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The Jewish Floridian ( May 25, 1956 )

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tewukHcridGkw Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY tome 30—Number 21 Miami, Florida, Friday, May 25, 1956 Price 20c fflAl CAHPHWt ROT5B TO TMPi OH POUTl^jm^j^^ SMT| |$ ^^ w-son's'Dwp Concern for Successful Near fosf Solution'Brings 'Hold' Order on Headline Ir LWMIMMN %  -—%  __ lrU> Jiwuh FtepMian Exclusive [pr**;t'ntial hopeful Gov. Adlai Sttymon told this i, Monday night that the present Administration's t1 ii to continue withdrawing from its commitment r the 1950 Tripartite Declaration, in which tho United Great Britain and France are pledged to guarantee JrtMiOfl and existing Israel-Arab borders as set by the 1949 armistice agreements. iGev. Stevenson's statement was a reaffirmation of a Jitstr ttstement made to this reporter here several weeks L which also emphasized his belief met tiny Israel's beierr*nu,t regain basically unchanged, and came prior or^r^iTT *-" i h "<'P "•"•" television program with Tennessee Sen. Boles Kafeuver. mm '.Stevenson indicated hie-belief^heteh. Tripartite Declaration. ,f successfully enforced, could have kept understand, ha Mid, that Israel is her. to stay, adding that arms to Israel to counterbalance recent Egypt !" acquisition of war materiel from Red-dominated Cz.choSlovakia was a fundamental necessity. During the course of the Monday night television apptarance. Gov. Stevenson, who returns to Miami Saturday in his tour of the state for the May M preferential Presidential primary, apparently indicated that he was prepared urge a meeemg between Isreel. the Arab nations, the 4ig "Miree end the Soviet Union "be it in Cairo or anywhere else" in an effort to resolve the Near East controversy. Reliable sources indicated Gov. Stevenson's belief that failure on the part of the Arabs or Russia to acquiesce to such a meeting would be proof of their unwillingness to be a partner to a peaceful solution. This reporter arrived at Miami Springs Villas early Continued on Page 2 A %  jMjjff TIPS ADAS fUK BY PQjjg agger ioviet Presents New Model Jet Plane As Gift to Egypt Strong Man Nasser I \ (.ITA)—Egyptian Premier Col. Gamal del Nasser was presented with a Soviet Ilyushin |jet plane :i~ a sift by the Soviet Ambassador The plane is the same type used by M leaders Bulganin and Khrushchev on their ent trips abroad. p i ..plian newsman newly returned from a MID VESSEL DUE TO BE SOLD JERl'SAI.EM (JTA)—The Cairo radio announced Wednesday that ypt wculd place on sale the Israeli vessel Bat Galinj which was seized *n it attempted to sail through the Suez Canal nearly two years ago. crew was eventually returned, after pressure from the United ens, but the vessel was not returned because the Israelis would not *pt it unless it was allowed to continue its journey through the Dal. Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the World Zionist Organization, dnesday categorically denied a charge by Egyptian Premier Nosaer the enect that the Zionist Congress had demanded the "liberation" the lecal visit to Israel declared Wednesday Israel is aiming, with American hacking, at economic domination of the Middle East. The newsman is Ibrahim Izzat. diplomatic correspondent for the Cairo weekly Rose al Youssef. He is the first Egyptian to enter Israel on a non-war mission since the Jewish State was founded in 1948. The Egyptian journalist reported in his first article that the Arab boycott in effect since the Palestine war of 1948 was essential for protection of the Arabs against Israeli dumping. He wrote that "the day Israel is permitted to smell the air in the Arab states" — by lifting of the boycott — it would start a dumping program sufficient to kill any Arab local industry. Describing Israeli industry as flourishing and expanding, largely supported by American capital, Mr. Izzat said: "All this greatness in Israeli industry and this huge in••raeli homeland" between the Nile and the Euphrates rivers. proceedings of the Zionist Congress, Dr. Goldmann pointed out, idustrial effort point to one target Jre open to the Israeli and foreign press. "Our resolutions were made j — to P ave ,ne wa >' for economic Ibhc property and there was not the slightest hint in them justifying domination of the Middle East. But Ratter's charges," he said. gglRE ETED ENTHUSIASTICAU.Y lorc/eco/ Oren Declares He Was the Victim of Violators; Sees Czech Regime Blameless JEL AVIV (JTA)—Mordecai Oren. imprisoned for five years by the ,? G( -ernment, came home to be greeted this week by the cheers luou^nds of followers of the Mapam Party, of which he is a leader. 1*** released from prison a few days ago and arrived here by air, %  Wnied by his wife and two Mapam officials. 1 carry within my heart a feeling of great protest and re sentment FJW fhe appearances of decay*P* Socialist countries, to which victim. I was not a victim of **mie, but of those who vio" we regime," Mr Oren dePJHe embraced his children. '••year old girl now serving in : %  *! Army, and an eight-yearly uhom he could hardly recW 8 ing t0 the microphone n J 1 he air Port building, Mr. !" M dr t>M>u hc crowd wno had %  tc greet him. He asserted m release was incomplete. p nnccence was not recognized; "* [act that I was not a crimi £" 'he victim of a crime, the *J cnar es against other £ Zionists and against the constructive progressive jnt. were not recognized." "• Those who compelled **> methods which are oppos!>th Socialist and humani which were never true, have not yet confessed to the crime they committed. Therefore, my release is incomplete." Gov. Adlai Stevenson (right) discusses campaign issues with Sen. Herbert Lehman prior to Stevenson's invasion of Florida lor the preferential primary Tuesday. SEN. LEHMAN WILL SEEK INQUIRY this effort is not Israeli alone. It is really an American aim working through Israel. "Peace with Egypt is the hope, dream and target of every Israe'i from Premier David Ben Gurion down," the Egyptian journalist wrote, "but this hope does not reduce Israeli preparations for an offensive." He added that there were "wide-scale preparations for war and incessant military movements in Israel." Commenting on the Egyptian, newsman's declaration, observers 1 he can expect no more a.d of in Western capitals this week said Administration Stunned By Second Cairo Arms Deal With Red Satellite WASHINGTON (JTA)—Grave concern was felt in government circles Wednesday following an announcement in Cairo that the Egyptian Government has concluded an arms deal with Poland similar to the one reached recently with Czechoslovakia. The announcement came on the heels of a report that Egypt is also negotiating an arms deal with Communist China. Some Administration leaders are reportedly pressing for a blunt warning to Egyptian Premier Nas-"*— ser that unless he ends his arms | deals with the Communist states MIGRATION RESUMED that it was the first break in Arab propaganda to indicate that fear of ompetition with Israeli industry is „t the root of the Near East conroversy. The observers said that a healthier attitude on the part of Arab leaders could, by inclusion, lead to a flourishing Near East. kind from the United States. This view is said to compliment that of the British Government which is reported to favor an economic boycott of Egypt. Other circles within the Administration favor a more easy-going policy in reference to the Egyptians, arguing that since the United States cannot—for political reasons Continued on Page 2 A INTEGRATION Of NON-IIONISTS MAJOR TASK Goldmann Outlines World Zionist Program of the new Organization JERUSALEM (JTA)-The program -atTeJ&Sgas-B Goldmann said, was preparing machinery for acwuiuinawn --~. %  A( j enc y tO help cepting non-Z.on. f ts the J JMSJ Aj J^.,.^ ^^tsjmm sunsbe shUshed! .ccoro.'n"ce with Congress £*£ Wiaciplee-*o confess things The oawcutive w,ll prepare by autumn specmc P posals for inviting non-Zionists on to the Jewish Agency executive. The executive will work for closer cooperation with the Israel Government in the work of immigration, absorption and settlement and plans to increase the number of members of the Agency-Government "coordinating council" for these activities. It will also attempt to double immigration from North Africa, he said, adding that S. Z. Shragi and Dr. Giora Josephthal, Agency executive members, have already gone to. Paris to prepare for this increased immigration. Six U.S. Rabbis Accorded Visas For USSR Study NEW YORK (JTA) — Another group of six American rabbis, representing Reform and Conservative congregations, have been granted Soviet visas, it was announced here. Led by Rabbi Morris Kertzer of New York, director of religious activities of the American Jewish Committee, the group will be permitted to visit the USSR for the purpose of studying Jewish religious life there, the announcement said. Similar permission was given earlier to a group of American Orthodox rabbis. Meanwhile, Jewish emigration from Poland has been resumed with Polish Government approval and without any discrimination among those who wish to leave for Israel to rejoin relatives, the New York Times reported from Warsaw.



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Fage 2 A +Jewlstfk>rklk*ri Fridc Stevenson's Deep Concern for Successful Near East Solution Brings 'Hold' Order on Top Headi Continued from Pare 1 A Tuesday morning for on elaboration on Cov. Stevenson's television proposal. The Governor, who was to have prepared an exclusive statement for The Jewish Floridian, left 8:30 a.m. for Tallahassee. In Gov. Stevenson's suite, this reporter later chatted with James Finnegan, Stevenson's national campaign manager, who declared that the Presidential hopeful had prepared the statement but had subsequently decided to withhold it pending confirmation from Washington. "Gov. Stevenson feels deeply and sincerely that every avenue must be explored to bring peace between Israel and the Arabs,'' Finnegan said. "Right now. Administration policy is to look to the UN for leadership in retofving the conflict, and Gov. Stevenson doesn't want to upset this policy before its success or failure is determined." Finnegan reaffirmed the candidate's concern for Israel "our sister democracy." But it was this reporter's impression that Gov. Stevenson would shortly make his proposal for a mooting official ir in l.gM of his prior insistence that th, MlfJ ., of all peoples, bo it Israel or anv oth. achl.vlog democracy, must be assisted by A i0n erthip in a positive policy for freedom *' Kt *l However, ponding the fear that his oJn"^^ make th. Russian. appear too importanT^N**"' negotiations; and in the interest of supporting7 Administration-led UN plan to th. .lusi would seem to be good politicking, Gov. StTi *_••" at thj^' •nnouncoment Seminary Will Honor Rabbi Lehrman At Dinner Function Here Sunday Rabbi Irving lA'hrman. spiritual da chairman for the Seminary, leader of Tempi)' Kiii.inu-KI. will Dr. Max Artzt. vice chancellor of he honored Sunday night at a dinthe Seminary, will be ftteet speakrter in behalf of the Jewish Theoler (isjical Seminary of America. The Rabbi Lehrman was recently unit ion. sponsored by the Friend* elected secretary of the Kabbinieal %  <: the Seminary of Temple FmanuAssembly of America He is a memEl ii Whl M d for 6:30 p.m. at her of the rabbinic cabinet of the Waldmail's Crown hotel. Seminary and is immediate past Rabbi lehrman will receive a president of the Greater Miami citation from the Seminary for his Rabbinical ASMI •thirteen years of dedicated serv'Rabbi Lehrman's leadership in to the Copservative movement." hehaii of the Jewish Theological Harry Human, a member of the Seminary has been of great MTViea il of trustees of Temple not only to the entire Conservative Emanu-El and outstanding leader movement, but to Temple Kmanuin hotel and civic activities, is coEl in guiding it. along with OUT li-chairman with Miami Beach Conntingm-hed lav leadership, lowat 1II) Samuel I Halperm. n> current position as the largest Halperm. vie*, president of the < 'onsen alive Congregation in the I .(No -erves as Soiilh lion South" MuNon said. attempt by Col. Nasser to evade what appears to be a forthcoming I'm ted Nations initiated arms embargo on the whole of the Middle Fast. Communist China is not a member of the UN and would not be bound by such a prohibition. The Soviet Union was reported here Tuesday to have delivered to Egypt this weekend 21 large.jet aircraft suitable for use by paratroopers. RABBI IRVING ItHRMAN Aronovitz Gives MacVicar Support tiding up a buaj week of cam i to retain his seal on the county commission, I l> Mae rounded out his campaign nization with the appointment ol two prominent Dade count] cm H his co-chairmen, former '" '"'' assurance ol a fine coiintv Mayor Abe Aronovitz and R commission. Warner Ring. Administration Hit By New Arms Deal Continued from Page 1 A —give the Arali -Litearms, the layor added 1: ~M' -'" Premier cannot be Mam ad for going to other sum, Washington views that possible Cairo-Peking rapprochement as an MOtTCAGIS $500,000 Privet. Money CHAS. HIME Permanent or Construction Loans on New or Old Properties Under Construction or Completed. Will Buy or Make Loans on 1st or 2nd Mortgage* Unlimited Insurance Funds. PHONE •3444 3S0 LINCOLN tOAl Eatreac. 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Aronovitz, coming out of politretirement, slated tins week thai I resigned mj poet as Mayor, pi Miami despite the fact that! n ave ( one m service to the county. voters hen gave me an overwhelm-' My entire platform is open to ining round ol support at the polls | ^oection as is my record in the virtually offered me a fran-' j ... county commission during the past ten years We are confident the voters in Dade county will let their good judgment guide their actions on Mav 1MI and chise to go ahead as their spokes ATUNTI0N INVESTORS WE HAVE MANY OUTSTANDING 1st ens' 2nd MORTGAGES THAT Will NET YOU 8. end 10% PER ANNUM. 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May 25. 1956 ^J**lstfk>ridikM) Page 3 A • • 'A man of stature ... whom we sincerely believe in." I. D. MacVICAR HAS SERVED HIS COUNTRY (in two World Wars; he fought for his country, receiving the DSC and other honors.) I. D. MacVICAR HAS SERVED HIS COUNTY (during the past 10 years; bringing many fine improvements to Dade County families.) 'We believe, therefore, that Commissioner I. D. Mac Vicar should be reelected to the County Commission. We need his valuable experience, his personal and official integrity and his leadership. 1 /. ft. MacVICAR II Mrs. Sylvia Levin Mrs. Clara Weintraub Martin Fine Henry E. Kopplow Herbert S. Shopiro Frank W. MacLean Hiram Blakey E. V. Duffy Ben Giller Paul Pollak Paul McRae Averitte Geo. B. Graham C. Jackson Baldwin John L. Ricciardelli Julius Gaines Paul Marks Abe Aronovitz Mrs. Henry O. Shaw Barco BSshcp George Coury B. Andrew Roth Richard E. McClean Bernard Janis R. Warner Ring Arthur H. Courshon Jack R. Courshon Cecil Mobley Joseph C. Arkin Harold G. Sweet J. M. Monahan Joseph G. Moretti Dr. Ben Sheppard I.D. MACVICAR MAY 2 9 t h LEVER 3-A (Pd. Pol. Ad*.)



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Page 4 A >L~l*tk>rk*Ml ._ wJenist Meridian Publlahad avary Friday alnca 1127 by *• Jawleh Ploridlan at 100 N. C. a.xth Street. Miami la, Florida. Entered aa accond-claaa matter July 4. 1M0. at the Poat Office of Miami, Fla., under tha Act of March a, lift. The Jewiah Floridian haa abaorbad the Jewieh Unity and the Jewiah Weekly. Member ef the Jewieh Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arta Feature Syndicate, Worldwide Newa Service, National Editenal Aaaociation. Amir•can Aaeociation of Engliah Jewieh Newepapere, Florida freea Aaaociation. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editor OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N. E. Sixth Str-jet Telephone. FR 4-1141 FR 4-8212 The Jewla* nortJIaa atoaa not ejuavrantee the Kaahmth of the merchandiae advertlaed Tn He coliniai. S U One Year IC'.'TION R A T E I I SS.S0 Two Veara •50. Sivan 15. 5716 Volume 30 Number 21 Friday. May 25. 1956 The Russians are Helping Us Freedom is Their Ideal To avoid dealing with a hot potato and to shun the need of making a firm policy decision :n the Near East, Washington has thrown the Israel-Arab controversy into the hands of the UN. U.S.inspired Big Three withdrawal from its commitment under the 1950 Tripartite Declaration, to make Washington look bad, has been met with an agqressive Soviet decision to "cooperate" with the United Nation s JJI bringing peace to the trouble spot. ^"^**^"^ < But the lull in fighting between Israel and the Arabs is not the result of either of these opportunistic events. Nor is it the result of the recent peace mission undertaken by UN secretary general Dag Hammarskjold at Washington's request. Fact is that Egypt is too busy these days absorbing its SIOO.OCJO.OOO purchase of arms from Red-dominated Czechoslovakia. Russian promises of "cooperation," coupled with suggestions that a general embargo on arms to the Middle East be set into force, cue a trick to give Egypt the time it needs for this absorption process and to assure Israel's continuing military disadvantage. But Washington refuses to be caught napping. A second secret State Department maneuver to continue its policy of arming the Arabs was uncovered last week when the 6.700-ton Monterey left from the obscure Atlantic port. Sunny Point, N.C.. with a shipment of military supplies for Saudi Arabia. The first such secret maneuver was last February, when the U.S. sent a cargo of Walker "Bull Dog" tanks. Administration policy has thrown the IsraelArab controversy into the hands of the UN, all right. But it is far from self-righteous in the matter of arming the Arabs. This means that Israel is continuing to get the short end of the deal from Washington, with Russia politely helping the whole thing along. The Sunny Point expose will now be used by the Russians as an example of American sabotage of the Middle East peace effort. All of which would most certainly seem funny to anyone who doesn't care that Israel's hope for survival becomes dimmer and dimmer while lumbering East and West take time out to play a game of chess. A Decade of Service Temple Beth Sholom takes time out Saturday evening to honor Cantor Samuel Kelemer. who has been cantor at the Temple for the past ten years. The celebration of this decade of service will mean more than honoring an individual dedicated to his personal expression of liturgical music. Cantor Kelemer has long been active here in many civic, religious and cultural affairs. He founded the Jewish Music Council of Greater Miami and has been identified with its pro arams ever since. Last year, he was cited by the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center with its Music Award for 1955 as a mark of the role Cantor Kelemer plays in local celebrations of Jewish Music Month. In his capacity as cantor, he founded the Cantors Assn. of Greater Miami and is its honorarv president. On the national scene. Cantor Kelemer was the first vice president of the Union Hebrew College School of Sacred Music. He is the youngest cantor to have been given a charter certificate of the American Conference of Certified Cantors — an orqanization dedicated to setting forth standards of qualitv and achievement, both scholastic and musical, in the cantorate. Possessing a fine voice of great mueical ranqe and aualitv, Contor Kelemer, in nil these capacities, has brouqht dignitv and stature to the rvwtion and meaning of the cantorate in th life of the synaaoque and the commnnitv. Miami Jewrv joins Temple Beth Sholom in areetina Cantor Kelemer OT the occasion of his first decade of service to this congregation. During The Week ...„„, .. ftW IIO Uluni ae* € ? n fi *l Ki\n* Jewish War Veteran posts and auxiliaries will honor the memory Wednesday of departed veterans in the Greater Miami area. Memorial Day will be marked by graveside services, with JWV's Honor Guard here participating. This is the time of the year when we recall the sacrifices made by our nation's young men in behalf of defending America's democratic ideals. In this regard, the Jewish comlaaTaVeaarfeJjpBakKome forward throughout our his'tory during Bmes of war to do its part In recent years, the Jewish War Veterans of the United States has done an admirable job in calling to the attention of our neighbors the extent of service performed by heroic Jewish men and women in the battle to preserve democracy and human freedom. On this Memorial Day, we will recall not only the memories of such men as Meyer Levin, who went down in flames with Colin Kelly over the PhiUipine Sea. and of Alexander Goode. who sank to a watery grave with his fellow chaplains on the Dorchester; we will also recall the living still among us. the nameless Jews who gladly served and continue to serve in the ranks of millions of Americans. From those who made the supreme sacrifice right down to the living veterans of all faiths and colors, who next Wednesday take time out to honor the departed—all of them stand as a symbol of this nation's dedication to the principle that freedom shall not perish from the earth. Vote in the Runoff Tuesday Tuesday, May 29, is the day on which we go to the polls to express our choice for various candidates in the primary runoff here. On that day, voters will also express their opinions by ballot in the preferential Presidential primary. We aqain take this opportunity of urging all qualified voters to go to the polls next Tuesday. A small, vote means minority government. A large vote means that the people have spoken—have put into office the candidates they believe will best fill the job. Less fortunate men and women throughout the world, without our political freedom, will look to us on that day as a symbol of a nation in which the individual shares in the election of his government. To do less than show them that democracy is effective and an expression of respect for human dignity and sslf-detormination is to nurture oppressors and would-be dictators. LOOKS LIKE A GOOD CROP %  V LEO MINDLIN JWO AND one-hslf years .go. during the McCarthy strongarmism. the word "revolution**"* But Mondav evening, over a nationally televised deh • WM '"** nent for the Democratic party nomination as lw! W lthhis l bearer. Gov Adlai Stevenson used that word ^532^ ***< tiveness— and with warning. revolution with ^ Calling the United States "the creature of revh„uof revolution." Gov. Stevenson outlined the urgent n^r^ 1 *' to meet the Soviet challenge for leadership in the nl '"** of the world. Declaring Soviet tactics a •'masquerade'^nTT* 1 : dential nominee said "we must aid these peoples to' JK MU "< determination and freedom for which we fought m eve ^*n Arguing that our destiny lies there, Gov Steven.*"* g If the contest is lost, then the three years of the Pre Z^i, tion's reliance on opportunistic military alliances n th. / ra H nurturing the spirit of liberty, as well as to the iJ^*"^ prestige abroad, would bear bitter fruit indeed Ur n Opponent Sen. Estes Kefauver committed himself to th phrases in the Monday night debate, which will certTinT "*<* further the hope of his supoorters. Gov. Stevenson'spr,Jl'ST the same, even if compounded by Incompetent moderator oTr!2 —his broad vision bestriding the world at a clip with HT. • result that he found it difficult, in a short period Tti£ £* that vast, complex vision. me t 0 Thus straining for simplicity. Gov Stevenson seemed hlW clipped wing*, skirting the landscape to fly n ,„e shadow 2 Kefauver i pat expression—yet. withal, steeping his thniwl sincere determination that conviction will not give wav to n n campaigning. WHOOJ .v .'VY "^ "**$ me of the Governor's advisors wouHMM* o 8 h ad 2' n ?i e ( T ,h0dS f w hiS PP nent lends """wuTcJS to the belief .that he is worth imitating: it also waters dointh?n ouent. precise and intellectual grasp of this nations and,J need which define Qpv. Stevenson as one of the most capable ,3 the Democratic arena today. p ou **< • • • • VALUE OF A SECTARIAN SERVICE yHE ANNUAL meeting of Jewish Family Service at the DiLufoi some ten days ago was. as usual, marked by manv |s4 developments. This organization traditionally comes up with fare, and the May 13 meeting was no exception. Apart from thought-provoking reports, there was a panel di* by Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice president of the University of Stanley C. Myers, president of Greater Miami Jewish FederationMiss Jane Wood, Miami Daily News feature writer. All panelists considered the value of a sectarian family x with special emphasis on its relationship to the community at Dr. Williams' presentation was perhaps the most academically wim featuring a carefully segmented discussion of these issues. Mr M* went one step further, examining the Jewish tradition of chanty, I clearly pointing out that contemporary family service organizat.otis I JFS are no longer motivated by charity in the classical sense • • • • a FAMILY SERVICE ORGANIZATION EVOLUTION THE EVOLUTION of such organizations, he observed, has Ion? in. brought to them a feeling of total community responsibilitywith the result that financial indigence is only one facet of a far Ian working horizon. JFS. for example, deals with vocational needs of I physically handicapped; disoriented family relationships due to one of a number of causes; psychologically disturbed children adults; foster home placement; and adoption programs. In this regard. Mr. Myers said, today's Jewish Family Servitt far outgrown the scope of activity in which its parent Jewish Wf Board engaged two decades ago. • • • • • | THE COMMUNITY IS MANY FACETED EEATURE WRITER Jane Wood presented the layman'point of 1 in contrast to Dr. Williams' as a representative "f the WfluJ Planning Council and Mr. Myers" as president "i the Jeui iiiuiuty's central fund raising agency. Apart from urging an increase in the level of personal idrtfflo] tion between familv service organizations and the iNwhoi their assistance. Miss Wood dashed with Dr. William*' belief Wl organizationx. JFS included, must move forward on a broad frost | relatively equal progress—no one outstripping another either in nsii or daring. Denying the value inherent in this kind <>l service ii^irmtj Miss Wood urged Jewish Family Service toward added ach\e\e wherever possible, illustrating her viewpoint with vast enmmuMj need in every category that is a part of the total JFS program. But it was JFS executive director Albert Comanor who pom out that the panelists could not properly discusa family ^"'".J relation to "the community"—whether the family service inques is sectarian or not. The three panelists themselves tie declared, sented at least three different communities. Thus, the comma large i*the aggregate of many others within It—each motivated own interests and requirements. • • • • W OFFICERS ILLUSTRATE THE POINT ITHOUT GOING into the implications of this position *jj# family service, its programs and financing, 1 am s V rUC ,J3i fact that the new officers and board of Jewish Family spr *'' c j\% the pdlatwell. Except for new JFS president Alvin


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May 25. 1956 +JmM> n-rw+r, Page 5 A K •' m^ 10 ^BVI • i9^mmY^ i' Cancer Society Needs Aid Here American Cancer Society needs help in it.s program of direct service to cancer patients in Dade county, according to an announce ment this week. One of the Cancer Society's 'projects is the provision of disposal pads for cancer victims. Sheets jused in making these pads are needed for the continuation of this Uervice. The local cancer unit currently is providing 24 home to • clinic round trips weekly for patients receiving x-ray and radium therapy or other treatment at the cancer clinics at Jackson, Mt. Sinai and St. Francis hospitals. "Each trip involves about thre hours of a volunteer driver's timo." the Society said. I (North Dade Jewish Center confirmands are (left to right) Dean Gottehrer, Gloria Labell. Cynthia Gordon, Susan Belsky, Phyllis Cohen, Rabbi Henry Okolica, spiritual leader, Rev. George Goldberg, education director. Sandra Goodman. Arlene Marlis. Marilyn Corenblum, Susan Beresh, Judith Waxman and Harriett Levine. Not pictured is Sandra Berger. ifirmation it North Dade fBabbi Henry Okolica, spiritual uder ni North Dade Jewish Cenlr officiated when 12 young ople participated in the confirtion ceremony Sunday at the biter. [Wrv Melvin Shrago, violinist, Mrs. Millie Blustein, pianist, ovidest music for the procesnal and recessional. Choir was der the direction of Mrs. Lucille ore and Cantor Maurice Neu. jConlirmands were Cocily BOMM Busan Harriet Beresh. Sanjoan Berber. Phyllis Cohen, ihn RJICorenblum, Sandra Goodman. Cynthia Arlene on. Dean Mary Gottehrer. one Jean Labell, Harriet Cecille vine. Arlene Marsha Marlis and dith I raneeWaxman. iimation fxercists Mtomi Hebrew School [Confirmation exercises of the DI Hebrew School and Congretion w;ll be held on Sunday eveIConfiraan'N are Haiman Clein, on Fisher, Harvey Meltzer. htrd Pierce and Howard •weiL- L"' t0 aU *h — • ''•tt>n K tnbute to the one who* 1 Oe*M. Erf? ,/* v ,,M wil1 v r *<* %  fitl, f0 "f"*met from an esuhluhF*UUT t d lm C< and *•"/• ^*!!!?" %  %  *! %  "" %  • katamt, Umtm* m—ft Jf* MONUMBITS INC. W S.W. 8th St. Mromi Ph. HI 4-2018 World'* first HEARING AID built completely within EYEGLASSES tfre result of 26 yeara* experience ... no cords, no ear buttom .. nothing to wear baft, regular glasses—prescription or plain lensea—no ear button, juaft a tiny colorless tube. LISTENER* ... the world's firat 100% cord' less multiple-transistor hearing; aid built right into modern eye-, glasses—all popular styles. LIFE LAMB'S HEARING CENTER 10S S.I. 3rd Aw. PHONI 1-3124 MIAMI, FLA. Syndicate Takes Over Hotel One of Miami Beach's newest corporation are vice presidents and plushest hotels, the Seville, Leonard A. Wien, of Miami Beach, Solomon Halperin (right), host at a parlor meeting for Israel Bonds recently in his Miami home, shows commitments lor $15,000 to Ehiel Lesowoder, Meyer Brown, Dr. A. I. Ishlon and Mrs. Halperin. Lesowoder is president of Greater Miami Histadrut Committee, and Dr. Ishlon heads Labor Zionist Assembly of Greater Miami. Brown, national president of Labor Zionist Order, was guest of honor at the meeting. located at 28th st. and the Ofean. has been acquired by a syndicate headed by New York business executive Morton F. Fish and Miami Beach hotel man Robert (Robbie) Robinson. The Seville, a 280-room hotel, was built and opened this season on the site of the old Grossinger hotel by Irving Kipnes and Morris Becker at a cost of over $8,000,000. It was leased here by the syndicate for a period of ten years at a total cost of $7,000,000. Other stockholders in the new and Irving Davidson, of New York; secretary, Milton Lemberger, of New York; treasurer, David J. Almour, of New York; and Sydney Grossman, of Long Island, N.Y. 'pOHstjnn ^HiUjov iif Rabbi Joseph E. 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Page 6 A Je*is*ftar*&ui Over 400,000 Taught by 4,000 Teachers as Shortage Mounts Over 400.000 pupils in Jewish education last year were taught by N lhan 4.000 professionally qualified teachers, it was disclosed by Dr. Judah Pilch, executive director oi the American Assn. for Jewish teacher's responsibilities and activities. Dr. Pilch indicated that communities can no longer depend on resources outside the United States and that local grass roots thinking Education, at a regional conference ; and action plus a national effort here last weekend. | will bring solution to the teacher Addressign an audience of some %  shortage. 200 religious leaders, teachers and I "It is a good omen that we have educators at the DiLido hotel. Dr arrived at a stage of development Filch pointed out that training > in our Jewish community life ,-chools throughout the country; where the position of the rabbi i* %  i duate a maximum of 60 to 70'receiving increasing recognition. teachers annually compared with the demand each year for 400 to 600 new teacherThe two-day conference on Meiting the Personnel C'risiin But the position of the Jewish edu cator still leaves much to be desired. His social and economic sit uation is sad and, precarious. There is as yet no genuine communal encouragement for able and ideali-tn young men to enter the profession and to grow and develop in it. We need a better understanding of the qualifications of the Jewish teach er and of the Jewish educational leader, but we also need better communal treatment of them," Dr. Pilch declared. The regional meetings are expected to culminate in a National Conference in Washington, D. C. in November, at which time plans will be crystalned for future action. The Greater Miami meeting was co-sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education and the American Assn. for Jewish Education. Our Jewish Schools'" was preceded I 1 other regional meetinus in Buf\ Y ; Baltimore; Md ; Provi H.I.; and Greater New| B Flagler Drive Gets Top Commendation York* "* """ *"""" %  "" %  £ Ertlhliisjyflg a campaign *eord chalked up by his area, represent In his principal address at the for increased contribution, in sub lag 53 8 percent additional conheon session Sunday. Dr Pilch urban area>. the Flagler-Granada : tr.butors over last year. FortlJ l lour point program deDivision this week received a tped to increase the teacher supcial citation from the ply in the field of Jewish educa Jewish Appeal at an awards lunchRaisc the economic and eon held in the Biscayne Terrace status <>f the Jewish teacher hotel. better the conditions of his I Campaign chairman Sam J. Hei< %  .. le t" make teaching I calling. suburban communities in Greater '3i improve the quality of teacher Miami ation— both pre service and luce establishing regional train i hoola tor the local communi! s. i4 widen the scope of the Accepting the citation on behalf of his volunteer group. Stiller pointed out that gifts increases of Singled out for special commendation in the Flagler-Granada campaign were the following volunteers: Joseph Masters. Bob Brown. Rabbi and Mrs. Leo Heim. Benj. Jones. Irving Lax, Mrs. Edward 149.3 percent over last year were | Peyser. Philip Schiff, Philip SeligHarry Shamis, Harold •i.' •HALF BLOCK FROM PLAYHOUSE THEATRE" Candle-Light Inn i l 3131 COMMODORE PLAZA, COCONUT GROVE Dinner 4:30 to 10 p.m. Servin§ Luncheons PRIVATE PARTY ROOMS FOR BANQUETS PLENTY OF FREE PARKING FOR RESERVATIONS CALL HI 8-2194 King i'ltti Cocktaili Steaks, Chops and Seafood* FULL COURSE DINNERS FROM $1.65 V l i! man, Strumpf. Robert Tauber. Mrs. Hyman Coverman. 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'MgrJ& 1956 Page 7 A t ^ >1 \S I i v* -i -f Twenty-three students of the Beth David nfirmation class oi 1956 conduct 3d and rticipated in service* ushering in ShavuTuesday. Participating were Lynda, [laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morton Beigel; Marcia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry uan; Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. George urney; Phyllis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ting Deich; Bonnie, daughter of Judge and [rs. Albert Dubbin; Geralyn, daughter of [r. and Mrs. Marx Faber; Fredrick, son of Ir. and Mrs. Max Feldman; Allan, son of Jr. and Mrs. Joseph Foodman; Renee, [laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Geyer; Allen, on of Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Goldman; RonI V* aid. son o Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Kaler; Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kane; Thomas, son of Dr. and Mrs. Morri, Kleiman; Betty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kopstein; Susan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Krisel: Muriel, daughter of Mrs. Edith Naurison; Arthur, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert PurischMyron, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sandier bandra, daughter of Mrs. Rose Schreidell; bnirra. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Serott; Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Siegel; and Alice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stone. Confirmed with honor were Irwin Siegel and Sandra Schreidell. CROWN FENCE • INDUSTRIAL • RESIDENTIAL CHAIN Lmx WOOD CONCHETE DODBLE LOOP 4 DIAMOND LAWN WIRE FENCING MIAMI 89-2578 FT. LAUDERDALE JA 3-0800 HOLLYWOOD 2-1752 mpie Israel Appoints Freehling Administrative Director as of Aug. 1 Jlen I. Freehling, for the last bears admim-trative assistant ItWversity ul Miami president Jay. Pearson, h;is been apBted by the board of trustees |Temple br* I i serve as TemladmiBistrative director begin;Aug. l. eehling will deal with probfund raising, facilities, manacement. cemetery (amp ttiqh Land far Boys & Girls SiBRiNG, FLORIDA %  hour from Miami. You canl tw your child every weekend. AH water and land (ports Ineluding horirb.ick riding. Matut, capable staff. The only! Jeanh camp m Florida that it] • accredited member of Amer-I iean Camping Astn. LIMITED ENROLLMENT PHONE NE 5-3142 Camp Sky Top fto BOYS l GIRLS IN THE BEAUTIFUL HUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS Of NORTH CAROLINA INKJII Anderson Miller Owner Director "50 N.W. 38th Terrace Miami Springs NONE TU 0-0704 "---n-al J < i < 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 *^4 lema of custodial care and sales, public relations and other non-reIiginu> a>pcct> of Temple groups activities A native of Chicago, III., and a resident of Greater Miami since 1938. Freehling attended Temple Israel Mligioui school and was president ( .f ,|s alumni youth group. After his Graduation from Miami Senior High School, he studied at the University of Alabama and was named Outstanding Freshman of 1950." as | result of his extensive radio work on cami pus. Before completing his studies in government at the University of Miami in 1953. he held many offices on the I'M campus, including the vice presidency of the student .body. At UM. Freehling was elect ed a member of Iron Arrow, highest honor for men; Omicron Delta i Kappa, national leadership honorary; and was listed in "Who's Who Among Students" and •American Student Leaders." Since 1951. Freehling has appeared as announcer for the university's "Band of the Hour" and has been master of ceremonies for all Orange Bowl festivities. He is a member of Phi Mu Alpha, national music honor society. Before his appointment to the university staff. Freehling served as public relations director of Stylaneze, Inc., furnituro manufacturers. Over a two-year period," he moderated a weekly radio program for the National Conference of Christians and Jews. He is a RE-ELECT Thelma R. HARDISON (Mrs. Luther T.) CONSTABLE DISTRICT 3, Dade County (Areo south of SW 8th Street, including Precincts 67A through 86) member of the education committee of the American Jewish Committee and has been chairman of the international relatnns committee of the Coral Gables Junior chamber of Commerce. He is a member of the American College Public Relations An. Freehling lives at 1540 Catalonia tve., Coral Gables, with his wife, Lee, and his daughter, Carol. Qualified by Experience Pull Lever 6A May 29 MRS. HARDISON'S ability to get the job done is shown by her past record. Her reputation for honesty is well known throughout our community. She is qualified and experienced and has been a resident of District 3 for 31 years. "Thanfcs for your vote of confidence in the Primary. I earnestly solicit your vote and support May 29 so that I may continue to serve you." S. 124 HWISN CAMP Same Ownership Sine* 0 f amp Osceola Mm fOR tOTS AN! eiRLS [S* 1 'r mi Silver La**, MVM She* M.C ""S • Pnvate L.k. All Land and W ICauhu e Sabbath Ssrvtces *W Seaaoned Staff, R.aidsnt Water Sporta ihyeiciar Nu ". Jewish American Cuisine aviL-i., A,, -TeOltaa Mxmber: JIKRI( AN CAMMNV. AHHOCIATION I 1 Burr l^fS : H r >* •"• •*'• ver Ls^^CCANEER AVB., MIAMI OBACH. FLA and Military School Application Date Set at June 10 Young men who seek enrollment in one of the nation's military academies in 1957 should get their applications in to Rep. Dante B. Fascell, according to an announcement Wednesday. Preliminary civil service rating examinations will be given on July 9 at all Civil Service offices throughout the United States, and the deadline for receiving applications in Fascell's Washington office has been set at June 10. Last Week Come On In... The Water's Rnt Ar MIAMI MILITARY ACADEMY SUMMER CAMP 10401 IISCAYhl IOULMARD OPENS JUNE 11 PHONE PL 7-4W1 "To see is to believe" Visit our showroom and display at 3253 S.W. 8th St. and see the finest in memorial style and design built and installed by skilled craftsmen. THURMOND MONUMENT CO. The 2-Story WUlt MHa9 3253 S.Wlt $• "• ***** MARKERS $40.00 plus Cemetery Charjes Open SumJayt



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Page 8 A *~*utnoridton Jjiday, JESS YARBOROUGH for COUNTY COMMISSIONER Heads of Seven Grand Juries \ Endorse YARBOROUGH'S Honesty and Integrity THE BEST RECOMMENDATIONS YOU CAN ASK FOR NOW MORE THAN EVER, DADE COUNTY NEEDS THE EXPERIENCE and PROVEN INTEGRITY of Jess Yarborough as COUNTY COMMISSIONER 1 T I %  The Grand Jury is the People's Jury—set up to make sure that our public officials perform thenduties properly, with honesty and integrity. Jess Yarborough's outstanding record has inspired the heads off the last seven Grand Juries to endorse his honesty and integrity: SAMUEL S. PARKER, foreman of Hit most recent Grand Jury, has known Yarborough for 20 years, and endorses him as "an honest man working for the good of the people of Dade County". Alt Of THESE GRAND JURY MADS ENDORSE JESS YARBOROUGH'S HONESTY AMD INTEGRITY: • Samuel S. Parker, Grand Jury Foreman, Fall Term 1955. • Edwin Wilson, Grand Jury Foreman, Spring Term 1955. • William J. Brown, Grand Jury Foreman, Fall Term 1954. • Raymond H. Batty, Grand Jury Vice-Foreman, Spring Term 1954. • Henry 0. Shaw, Grand Jury Foreman, Fall Term 1953. • Frank 0. Pruitt, Grand Jury Foreman, Spring Term 1953. • Wesley Ficht, Grand Jury Foreman, Fall Term 1952. Running your Dado County government is a vital, complex job—200 million dollars big. The people need a man of Jess Yarborough's experience and proven integrity who will act for you and the front man for any special group or >i and Accomplishment not as clique. JESS YARBOROUGH COUNTY COMMISSIONER • MAY 29 PROTECT BABE'S PROGRESS with a vote tor the man who wilt repreneut you and not art am a tront man for a special group or clique


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Page 9 A V'A birthday present. 37 years ago today JOSEPH JACOBS %  • %  "To win universal understanding of Jewish Culture and the fact that it richly endows our people with fundamental moral, spiritual and physical yalues lor becoming better Americans through the practice of our Faith." JOSEPH JACOBS £ M ? y K 2 ?.' l !£ Z OUn


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Pqge 1QA +Jmvl&aorXm*n By-Law Revisions For Federation By-Laws committee of the Croat er Miami Jewish Federation met laat weak In the offices o( chairman Leoa Kaplan to recommend revisions in existing provisions. Members ol the committe are lira. Jean Lehman, afirs. J Duniov. Judge Harold Spaet, at %  Kopelowiti and Federation dire* tor Benjamin B. Rosenberg. Amn' propoeed major chai for 1956-57 arc new officers in the form of aaaiatanl secretary, agsiatant treasurer and chairman of beard "t direetora. Governing bodies to )) %  established include an executive committee consisting of officers, chairmen of standing committee-, six to ei^ht members elected by the board of directors from among its members, keeping in mind the principle of broad community representation. Board of directoris to consist of officers, chairmen of standing committees, a representative selected by the Campaign Council, MX to eight members selected by the Delegates' Assembly and two or three representatives designated by the Women s Division, Federation of Delegates' Assentbl> lto sponsor community-wide •.lilies on major community problems and to act as the policyshaping body on major problems itcomposition includes representation from member stiona following the present pattern and approximately an equal numbi r to mi the communil largi Twelve trustees will be i by the board ol directors, each for riod of three yean, the president to appoint a I h...riii.iii from among th ise i l< cted. I is ;i hmit on terms ol office ol all offic< rablj a three year limit. If, J. Kopelowitz, a pioneer" founder ol Federation and I termer < .1 \ campal n chairman, waa inted to serve as chairman of ibeommittee to wort out wordlag of the revised i>> laws .,rec oounended by the comitti t Charm is Her Topic Sisterhood ol Hialeah Miami Spnni:Jewish Center will hold ;i business meeting Thursday evs> ,ii the Center Program includeguesl speaker Maria Marcy, Will discuss '< harm and Vow Pei sonalil Letters to the Editor Editor, The Jewish Ploridtan: Too many of us take our Ameriiystem tor granted. "Vfter serving as a Juror, I democracy in action. I %  inited States citi h p [or all "i the wealth in the i j., y of. Miami i : the i v hat ti sHisens who • our city B' merit'' It meana minority of our voters are electing our city government I can imagine this situation prevails in most local elections throughout the country. By look in at these facts it means it is ver\ easy lor an unfit candidate to become elected. We all have to live under our city, state and federal govern menU. Lets all of us get out and vote in each and every election. No election should be too small for all ni us to vote in. I hape we can have at least 85 percent of our re istered voters, vote in the cominu primaries local and throughout the country Let's really make this statement true from here on in. A government of the people, for the people and by the people. Don't take your American citizenship for granted. Let's each and everyone of us vote in all elections. May democracy always stand high in the world governments CKKAIJ) M ROTIIBARD Editor, The Jewish Floridian: The recent review (Apr. 27) of Julius Haber's book was excellent, and I think that because of the importance of the book some addi i comments might be in order. It habeen said the the .lews historical people. They have survived pogroms and massacres, In spite of exile, they have u I tor 2.000 years a units ol culture, religion and civilization without a homeland. They lived as citizens of practical!) every country on the face of the earth In fortunately, there have been few Jews who had a sense of history and were prompted to record the events of Judaism of their days. There are blind spots in the lnt'"\ of the Jewish people, even when they lived in their own land. iillustrated by the lack of Information of the period alter their return from exile in BO B.C. I the days of the last prophets Joaephua is the only historian of note III the beginning ol the common era There were many Jewish communities of which there iDO written record. Herd sired political Zionism in : 1897. Much has been written on the events that have taken place since that time. History is more than a chronology and more than political and economic developments Basically, history is a story of people. Julius Ilaber, in his book. "The Odyssey of an American Zionist" (which you recently reviewed) has made a significant contribution to the history of the past fifty years. • It is impossible for a single person to have been present at every place where historical events were occurring. Mr. Ilaber had the happy faculty of being present when many of the -outstanding events in the history of Zionism. Palestine and Israel took place. The reader scape the reeling ol hav, ) lived throu U after reading liis book. The Uliaad Zionism in the l owel i N.W York, the per tv disputes that have ai from time to time, the internal struggles in the various denoi of the rabbinate concerning attitudes toward political Zionism, the -biftmg of position by prominent American Jews from either anti Zionism or non-Zionism to an advocacy of Zionism are now recorded for posterity However, more than the valuable historical contribution made by the book, there is timeliness to its publication. Although Jews have not forgotten that six million of their brethren were exterminated by the Nazi and totalitarian hordes, many have forgotten the perfidy of Kngland as the mandatory power over Palestine. The persistent sabotaging of Jewish attempts to regain their homeland formed a pattern that England pursued until a few months ago. We should be reminded that Anthony Eden fostered the Arab League in 1944 to hinder Zionism's rightful claim to Palestine. It is the -ame Anthony Eden who recently sought to truncate Israel's smaH land. It la Eden who assails Russia and her satellites for selling arms to Egypt and other Arab nations while at the same time he and his government ship Centurion t.mks and other armament to the Arab countries which can be used onlj to attack Israel. Too many have forgotten the i S. S. Patra. S S Sturma, and S. S. KVHIUS. The lives of the innocent Java which were lost on these boats, the bestiality of treatment accorded them, reminds us that their blood is on the hands of America and England. "The Odyssey of an American Zionist'' is must reading for every person regardless of his faith, who has to be reminded of the history of the last few decades during which most of us have lived and so soon forgotten. SEYMOl'R B LIEBMAN Fortieth Wedding anniversary I was recently celebrated by Mr. ( a nd Mra. Joseph Horwitz, 963 SW 1 lfh at., at a surprise meet-, mg of the Golden Age FriendI ship club, of which Mr. Hor1 witz is president. Over 100, friends and gueats attended to 1 pay tribute to the couple. Zim Liners Offer J Summer Space First and Tourist class space to Naples is available on some late i spring and summer sailing of the ( r iew Israeli passenger liners. SS '/ion and SS Israel, it was annolinc ed Wednesday by the Zim Israel I America Lines, of 19 Rector sL, New York City. The newly-built 10,500 gross ton. 191 -knot steamersail every third Friday from Kent st.. Brooklyn, direct to Naples and Haifa. Arrival at Naples bj on the tenth day out of New York. The ships also call at Naples on their return voyages. The Zion. which arrived in New York on her maiden voyage on Mar. 23 and her five-month-old sis-1 tcrship. i sr% ul S Ulhern roSTW Mediterranean, rlrh l mo *< of which ELS' "" nalf "f the the Ziun and Israc-1 S| ,{125. in comfortable Ju Tour.., clas, stateroon? for de luxe twin-bed g ong t o First clays. Learn to D < hildcn V BEE'S STIL Lessons Given in ToHome or Our Shidjl Children 1 yrs. and up. Top, Tee, Ballet, etc. NEW f IW011MMT m REASONABLE RAT Phone for Appointi Plaza 7-1643 1534 WASHINGTON AM Miemi Beech LONG-DISTANCE MOVED! DAILY PICK-UPS M*w York, New Jorley. dekthia. Baltimore, Sfedi Albany, Boston, Protkteiti other points. DIAL JE 8-8353 RETURN LOAD RAT! M. LIEBERMAN & 655 COLLINS AVE I Friendly Advice from DADE FEDERAL S. Florida Dentists To Assemble Here Local dentists from cities and towns throughout South Florida will assemble in Miami Beach on Saturday, May 26. They will be attending two im\ portant professional meetings of the Florida East Coast Dental Society of over 500 members and the Florida State Dental Society, numbering nearly 1.200 practicing dentists. The state sessions run to May 30 at the Fontainebleau hotel. Dr. William R. Edwards, of Ft. Lauderdale, president of the East Coast Dental Society, will preside at the district meeting. Incoming president is Dr. E. Monroe Farber. of Delray Beach Other East Coast officers include Dr. William W Mitchell, Miami Beach, first vice pre*ident; Dr. Robert L. Kaplan. Miami Beach, second vice president: Dr. Wtllard Van Camp. Miami Beach, secretary treasurer; Dr. Albert E. Rosenthal. Miami, immediate past president. 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r May 25. 1956 Agers HoW jrds Night L stone and Diane Lapin, LJts oi Phi Sigma Tau and (were appointed as cow of the Greater Miami Community Center, Town j iward= night and teenage [Saturday evening at 430 SW [award ni?ht was culmina[ the w '>rk which ten teen w ps participated in. The, w cre made to that g'roiip [has done tho most communi-l lite, the winners of the girls' league and the boys' j ill Icaeu". organisations and fund) Have benefltted from the lfthe-e teen agers who have BTS collecting funds, put1 Kitormances at varleus in-! IDS, and being available for ..stable community" service d Kri-Teichin, super I'edneBS participating -were Jigs,! [Kappa Pi. Alpha Delta Pal, la. Phi Sigma Tau, Tau AlJiega. Omega Delta Psi, Sigtlta Phi, Kappa Tau and DIAHI CAROU can Industries Offer touts Totaling $7,500 of America's large inclusive awarded unrestricted! [totalling S7.50O to the Uniof Miami as part of their Ds of financial aid to instit of higher learning, [ihrec companies and their. i as announced by President W. Pearson are ColgateJive Company. $3,000; West-! Educational Foundation. and American Can Com1.500. i Board of Rabbis Denounces Council NEW YORK One thousand three hundred rabbis representing all three branches of American Judaism — Orthodox. Conservative and Reform—in a joint declaration issued recently, denounced the American Council for Judaism. The declaration here asserted that this group has "consistently misrepresented the Jewish people before the bar of public opinion The rabbis also charged that the American Council for Judaism "hasconsistenly maligned and impugned the integrity of Jewish institutions, organizations and causes, and has consistently distorted the precepts of Judaism which it purports to serve." The declaration and names of the signatories were made public by Rabbi Emanuel Rackman. president of the New York Board of Rabbis, which had circulated the statement in the wake ef attacks made upon Israel and Zionism by the American Council for Judaism at its convention in Chicago last week. for the Aged Wt Sinai Hospital committee are Kislak and Rabbi Jonah Caplan. Serving are Blechman. Dr. Kirsh, Weinkle, Duntov, Epstein and Honigbaum. Specific considerations will be agency allocations for the current ____^ Page 11 A A S c ,!! l0, s m Be Considered by Federation Groups l Miami Je'wUhSLJLSuS'fSiJ B reaU 0f Jewish ^""Hbers include Mrs. Bass, Daniel budget committee WednesdavT SSS'IKJ?!* Jewish ComBroad, Heller, Fred K. Shochet, "unced appointments of mlmh! t^ C nt r committee MemTopell and Mrs. Weinstein. of suDcommitteeTwni?! wiM J^K? H"^' 1 A 5 onovitz **'• Chairmen of the Jewish Home va > lcatjons of ^ -M.Korach. Mrs. Unman and Rab.n! M "1 agencies. Joseph Duntov Sam A Cold Budd Cu,,er hesMls a eommitstein, Morris Honigbaum and Jacob tee Wh Ch '*'" consider th PPbcaRabmowitz have been named to a tions of J wish Family Service, Sl Sid ,,,ee ISrae t0 ^ cnaired National CouncH •* Jewish WomSe'rvice an !" cuUural h I*"' "T2 5 ""* L an Fanv, 3277 ft -II SOUTHWEST Its STREET Ihxl !• Cermet ef 33rd Avenue PHONES, j HI 4-SM2 1 IN 4-StlT VBBBV ) 7 ^rnanj


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Page 12 A +J&istQc£&iacDedicating new dental clinic at Mount Sinai Hospital are Geft to right) Samuel Gertner, executive director; Dan B. Ruskin, vice president of hospital and chairman of hospital's development fund; Samuel F. Knowles. chairman of Miami Beach Rotary club, donating clinic's dental equipment; and Dr. J. Harold Klock. Rotarian and chcrrrrnan of~Motmt Sinai's department of dentistry and oral surgery. Rotary Club Gives Dental Equipment To Sinai Clinic A new dental clinic for Mount Hospital habeen He.heated at i buffet Mippcr at which the > club of Miami Beach for mally presented the hospital with tin ii. .1 % %  • dental equipment. The presentation was made here tlj by Samuel F. Knowles. rj club president, and received by Dan B. Ruskin, vice president ol Mount Sinai and chairman of the hospitals development bind, which is raising funds for a DM 300-bed building. Hmh -pot in the dedication ceremony was the unveiling of a plaque ordered by the hospital board of trustees. The plaque has • been placed at the entrance of the clinic, which is located on the ground floor of the hospital, just off the main lobby. Included in the gift are dentsl chair, drilling unit. X-ray machine, cabinet, operating light and sterilizer. Members of the Miami Besch Dental Assn. will contribute their serviceto the clinic. The Rotary' project is the culmination of three year's work byArnold Levy, chairman of the club's community service committee; Dr. Meyer Eggnatz, representing the Rotary club; Dr. Albert E Kii-enthal, representing Mount Sinai; and Dr. J. Harold Klock. Rotary club member and chairman of the Mount Sinai department of dentistry and oral surgery. Judaeans Hold Shavuoth Festfc Crpntor Miami 7>,mi.< v *"' Greater Miami Zionist Youth members V*?"* 1 held a "Ha B'Kirum patina IS £'* *M torn mission,.* festival in honor of Shavuoth Sun Kcrslar, u erry F ii day afternwn at the Beach Branch Carol* M w Barba fa of the Greater Miami Jewish ComResins R '','" **_ reunite Center hi,., • ner *•*£ Mem e*.nt mm procession t 5* by k*B*-**,•; Judaea group. M,„ '^ N Dance festival' was presented nan,,. 0 f l** under the direction of Stanley Judaea lamnl g "* Ssal. Partiripatmg were Harriet Judaea at 2w '* Sollowav. Nop Goraon, Diane CoRho.lu (i an, rl hen. Maine Cftlden. Harriet Fried. Meter Tprrv Uo nv man. Dcna Serotta. Phyllis DUhay Roth, Diane HJZ* and Marilyn Delson. berg, Edwins Pre**' i Avis Gerba, il a Gt ^ According to program chairman Mrs. Naomi Lesowoder, a special Levine, Marlenet* Young Judaea ceremony marked lor. Janie Maim** the graduation of Judaeans who witz. Roberta MiiL are turning 13 and will become l n AMMf KOSTUANtTZ FREE! NEW EDITION OF 24-YEAR HEBREWENGLISH CALENDAR Yahrzeit dates at a glance! A valuable booklet for every Jewish Home ISAAC STftaj Conference Slated Here Second annual Florida Traffic ; Court conference will be presented by the General Extension Division i of Florida and the Florida Bar Monday through Wednesday at the Dil.ido hotel. UM Orchestra Plans Brilliant 30th Seasor University of Miami Symphony Orchestra's 30th winter concert season will be a stellar one in all respects, according to the rundown of musical events being scheduled by music director and conductor John Bitter. Guest conductors will include such notables as Pierre Monteux. former head of the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra (1936-1952) and Boston Symphony (1919-1924); Howard Hanson, director of the Eastman School of Music; and James Christian Pfohl. founder of the Transylvania Music Camp. Guest conductors' stints begin Oct. 28 and 29. with the appearance here of Andre Kostelanetz. Hanson is scheduled Feb. 10 and 11. 1957; Monteux. Mar. 3 and 4; and Pfohl. May 5 and 6. According to concert manager Marie Volpe. soloists scheduled to appear with the orchestra during the 30th winter season will include Leonard Pennario, pianist, Nov. 18 and 19; Irmgard Seefried. soprano, Dec. 16 and 17; Raya Garbousova. violincellist. Jan. 20 and 21, 1957; Isaac Stern, violinist, Mar. 24; Jorge Bolet. pianist, Apr. 14 and 15; and Igor Gorin, baritone, May 5 and 6. As in the past, concerts will be Sunday evenings at Miami Beach auditorium and Monday evenings at Dade county auditorium. Subscriptions are $21, $18. $15, $12.50, $10.50 and $9. 'Open House' At Nursery Schools The community was invited to The community was invited toj visit the three Greater Miami Jewish Community Center schools this week. The three schools are located at Town Branch. 450 SW 16th ave.; Beach Branch. 1536 Bay rd.; and Flagler-Granada Jewish Center. 50 NW 51st pi. Head teachers in each Branch nursery schools discussed questions of admissions with parents of children ages three to six years. Advance registration for the next fall term took place, date. SSr. v Scni0rs ewhajl tional \oung Judaea Cali "•yville. NY.. re M i and Shirley Rachlin. Adults Y( or Old Learn to ftj Why SH Hoat? ] Meet New Leara tha Walh. F] Rhumba, t NEW ENSOUsslT For Appointmtnl I Plaza 71643 1534 Washington f MAtOtD PONT MS* IIVIN GOtDON GORDON and PONT WJ 17* N.W. Stfc ST., V KOSNII CATEIEtS freai hart afacwrei (• %  ct*tJttt I MIAMI rllOK Umdtr t mkMn i tml Sup*rrisit •PfN MOW! WI00IN0S IAI MiTZVANS IKE fJess Yarborough" AN Hebrew and English dates fro* lffld U IfSB. All Jewish iMlidaya • to 1N7. A new arilMM >>•• M il •* tk* pr** ml th* 2-Y*ar Ha m % %  En-lih CaWndar that >a %  *• %  *• vWkU lo huadrad* *f I How a a** *4 Javtaa famihe*. Tfcit •>••> *ditM*>. Ma all ta* atan. It trr* I. our ia*dra. SW r~tt —or. JuM writ* a Ml • M — r* •••— &f i. J. 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25, 1956 IGIOUS DIRECTORY I. ZAM0 A JEW,$H -"• W. Dm. hwy. Conservative l*w I f H Hf.ry Ofclka. c5T^lR *" r N.o. ITH ISRAEL. 7101 Cerlylo Rabbi laaoe Ivor. Baturdaj. IjM a.m ..Ji",.t ..I Our Kndurance. • &f E MES. 2343 Coral Way. • DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd avo. rtivt. R'bbi Raakov Rtn.' William W. Llpeon. r n m Sermon: "Jewish fir...ich' Jewlata l^arnlne;." Mi Itai Mltivah: Kermlt ill of Mr. ..n.l MM. Itubln • • I EL. 500 SW T7th avo. Or|Rtbbi Shmaryahu T. SwirLouis Gertenhaus. i-, p.m. Saturday *:.10 a.m. V..|.|,, \, h vt-menl and lhL •• ,-),,. in Talmud '5 p.m. ; • ilMETH. 12201 NW 17th [ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ava. Rabbi H. Louis RottU p m. SHIUI dav s *r> a.m. \i in Vfrme* <"lam In lb.I' P %  "> %  [JACOB. 301-311 WashingOrthodox. Rabbi Tibor ntor Maurice Mamchos. > m Katurdav v ; am. War That We ^RAPHAEL. 135 NW 3rd hodox. Rabbi Aria Bockor. i • [TFILAH. 935 Euclid avo. Rabbi Joseph E. ReckovItS p.m. Snliiiil.iv S:3f> a.m. "TJie RaM.ia Duty to the [swmnn ..I ",:lj |i in.: "Who'a CABLES CENTER. 320 F/ivt. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Irving Robinson. |:ir. p.m. Sermon: "What's Our Toulh Kiluratkin Tbbitui :•.('. .i in. Bar MltaM. son Of Mr. -nd Mrs. La>ula LERGRANADA. 50 NW Conservative. Rabbi Loo i p.m. Saturday s a.m. 8*rluklj 1 •• .i M. i Bar Miu•on of Mr. and M ra. Itiry • • PW ACADEMY. 918 • 6th ox. Rabbi Alexander 1 i''" v ''a.m. Ser&f kly Porti.in .Mini-ha :15 MMUAMI SPRINGS. 951 iMf. Conservative. RabiRKkovsky. P' !"" A Real In* 1 Saturday KTEAD CENTER. 113 NE [Homestead. Consarvativa. •rti officiates. % "WOOD BETH SHOLEM. woe st„ Hollywood. ConR'bbi Samuel Laror. ^00D TEMPLE SINAI. *t., Hollywood. ConservI Oa/id Sh-piro. Cantor lilbraun. • &'TE CENTER. 3198 SW 1 Con *rvative. Rabbi Mor'*. Cantor Samuol 10 a.m. "Of Mr. and Mm, ha t p.m. JH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ;" odo Rbbi Jonah •*" &f <* Abraham Saif. ',",. 10 a.m. Mnd Word." Rahi.fH Mau nca LOT ViU-^fteV !" ^ Mltavah: Konal.). !" ^,?. %  _£ < %  Morton Schoenfeld '"' Mri • • • NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620 75th t. Conservative. R.bbi Mayer ^MMwIffs. Cantor Edward Kl.i n Friday l.-S* |> ni. Hatnnltf a-in Mr". Arthur NVwinark \t!..h., i an of Mr. and Mrs. KSufVfSSi SOUTH DADE JEWISH CENRC S. Miami Community Hall. 4f CAWDl£UGIiTIVC TIME Sivan 15 — 6:46 pan. SCIENCE SHRINKS PILES New Way WITHOUT SURGERY Healing Substance Relieves Pain -Shrinks Hemorrhoids F nU h l Sfl tim€ • ci n co haa found !.t^n^ h 1', tubatanee with the JSm* "2 •Wity.to ahrink h.morrhoidt and to relievo surgery. Page 13 A mor pain—without TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Cbwti.v. Libor.l. R.bbi Laon Kronish. .Cantor Samuol Kelemar. • • TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 2701 NW 183rd at. Conaar-ativa. Cantor BonGroaab^. Q TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Waahington M^ 9 Consarvativa Rabbi Irving Lahrman. Cantor Philip Brummor. -wi a L.? 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^ Page 14 A IUTIB S1ER0TY — ^JmistihrkMar News Woman Hopes Nasser Reads Her Journalistic Efforts Mrs. Lea Ben Dor. assistant editor ot Israel's Knulish language newspaper, the "Jerusalem Post.'' Miys, "I like to think that Nasser reads me for breakfast." If the Egyptian Premier does, he surely has a dish to digest Mrs. Ben Dor. who is presently on a two-month speaking tour in this country, isn't a bit charmed by Nasser's smooth talk and sparkling teeth. But she fears too much of the world is. Even I'nited Nations Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold on his current mission to the Middle I has handled Nasser to deferentially tor her taste Hammarskjold. she insists, was all tOO willing to accept Nassei lire pledge even alter Egyptian fedavcen commando* had stain three faNeii ohiMren tnd their religious teacher •>' prayer. I face it, sinMenu to my, Nassers cease fire pledge isn't worth the paper it's written on. Not that Hammarskjold's \ has worsened the Arab Israeli conflict But. according to this journalist, neither has it bettered It. What she fears is the tendency to view with complacent sitisiaetion the cease-fire agree inent as an advance toward pe.ue in reality, she aeys, the n lire is several Steps backward from the armistice agreement of eight ranis ago and giant itCfM behind the longed-for goal ot I peace treaty. She doesn't envi Mini | lull sf.iUwar. hut calls it lea than political reality t<> hope lor an immediate end to ihe ViciOUl circle ol raidaril c nuiids Despite her seeming discourn ent, Mi Ben Dot ifar from a pessimist or a debunker. Her spuit is too positive; her thinking tOO reasonable. hi r imagination too livelj she ii %  III lUtl III ii. U FT — Rough Cut Seen of Ten Commandments Last week, in the small projection room behind the %  tUCCO walls of Paramount Studios in Hollywood, a "rough-cut" ol approximately two thirds of the final footage of "The Ten Command ments" was shown to a selected group, by imitation from Cecil B. DeMille In the audience was Barney Balaban. president of Paramount Pictures, whose job is predicated on his ability to make a cold evaluation of motion picture. He took one of DeMille's hands in both of his and congratulated him for placing before the world, in a language everyone can understand, the message of "The Ten Commandment' It will be still another year— the spring of 1957—before the picture will be reaching into every eity and town of the United States. Have \ou realized that whenever a movie is shown in a theatre, it takes a separate print of the film? DeMille and Anne Bauchens, hifilm editor of 40 years, are far from finished cutting and polishing 'The Ten Commandments. And our friend Elmer Bernstein is still working on the musical score. And when the last frame of film has been set and the final note is recorded on the sound track, those color prints, literally hundreds of them, which are expected to run three hours and fifty minutes, must be made. The picture will not be distributed to the multitude of theatres for another year, but a few pressrelease dates have been set for mix WOLFE November and December of 1956. The world premiere will take piaee at the "Criterion" in New York. And by the time anyone anywhere ran walk up to a bo\office to buy I ticket for "The Ten Commandments." DeMille will be nearing 76 years of age, having spent almost seven years of his life making the picture. There were three years devoted to research before the screenplay was assigned to two Jewish writers. Jesse Lasky. Jr. (son of the cinema pioneer and cofounder of Paramount) and Frederic Frank, with whom I worked on another religious film last year. During my recent interview, veteran movie maker DeMille termed "The Ten Commandments" the most compelling drama he has tackled in his 41 years as a film director. To him. Moses was far from being only the longbearded wise old prophet. His Moses is also a warrior who conquers Ethiopia for Egypt, a master strategist who led six hundred thousand Hebrews into Canaan to mold them into a new nation. DeMille told me that since the Bible has omitted mention of 30 years in the life of Moses, the young man, he supplemented the story from the writing of Jo.sephus. Philo. the "Midrash" and the "Mishnah." DeMille believes that his current opus will contribute to a realization of that Covenant on Mount Sinai and the spirit of brotherhood. Soccer Fans Were Duly Impressed Soccer fans who saw the game between the Israel hooters and the U.S. All-Stars played at Yankee Stadium in the Salute to Israel program went away with a high impression of Israel's soccer ability. The Israel guests walked off with a 2-1 victory before some 42.006 spectators. This was the climax of the afternoon, and the team could well feel triumphant on leaving the next day to return to Israel. One of the goals was made by Boaz Kaufman, Israel's center forward. The winning goal was made after 26 minutes of the opening half by Nachum Stelmach. He made his score on a pass from Glasser. who was given the award as the game's most valuable player. Originally, there had been the possibility of Israel playing in several other American cities, but as it turned out, the soccer team came here for one game and then promptly left for Tel Aviv. In July, Israel will meet Russia at soccer in the Soviet Union, and also in Israel as part of the pisy-off for the right to take part ia the Olympic Games. • • • On the tennis court. Israel has been less successful. Israel made an effort to win in the European Zone Davis cup competition, but was defeated at the hands of Norway in the singles matches. This was in the first round series, and by defeating Israel. Norway earned the right to play Sweden. The matches were between Elesear Davidman for Israel and Finn Soehoel for Norway, and Aryeh Avidan for Israel against Gunner Sjoewal of Norway. Davidman lost 7-6, 6-, 2-6, 6-3, and 6-4. And Avidan lost 6-2. 6-0, 6-1. But win or lose, the entry of Israeli tennis stars in the European Zone Davis cup competition is one more sign of the growth of athletics in the Jewish State. long, lean woman who chooses comfort in simple suits and -'ii Bible flal heeled ihoes. she %  peaks in Iresh flowing, effective MUM times witty English bringing forth a. rush of personal experiences and political insights to dramatize her point What is the hope for the Middle East? Her answer, in part. was found in a recent experience at a Connecticut university I lure lecturing as part of her lour the Israeli journalist was heckled by three Arab students But alter her speech, they approached her to apologize and to invite her lor a cup of coffee and conversation. These Arab students, under the influence of western liberal phil o sophies, had learned Ihe essential lesson: to exchange opposing ideas, fat I t ice. and not MOM faceeven if an argument had IK-CH found wanting. Visser needs help, said Mrs Ren Dor. But the West should slop cow-towing to his image of the conquering "hero" driving the Israelis into the ( sea and should start reminding and assisting him in his original, but now --forgotten rob' of the social reformer. With the right help, she envisions nothing less than I wonderful social revolution for Egypt directed against poverty and its inevitable, disastrous byproducts The west could make a good start, she feels, if Egypt accepted the World Bank's offer to assist m building the Aswan Dam. For 20 years. Mrs. Ben Dor has been working and writing in numerous positions for the "Jerusalem Post." On her first day of work she wrote 56 obituaries. "That colored my outlook." she said. In 1936 the Arabs were noting; the British were standing by: and many Jews were being killed. "From that day I understood the need for selfdefense and organization ultimately we must be responsible for our own affairs." Then she shifted to the present: "No one wants American troops. The last thing we want is for an American soldier to fight for us. We want just enough equipment to defend ourselves." ON THE AN END TO DYING. By Sam Astrsch.n. 246 oo Straus and Cudshy. $3.50. W N ** *•* By HILARY MINDLIN A DEFINITE DISTINCTION adheres ,„ the by the age of twenty-one, which i, Mr Astrachan^S this automatic accolade, a first novel by a vorv Wta| sign to critics to take off after it with an intelll? T l holler. It is to Mr. Astrachan's InestimableSredfSft ? a book which, for the most part, eschews the usual J'.^ 1 blings. and which MUMS off better than many main 1 e book is the saga ot his own family t"h* K..„. The family, the Kaians,, to become lumber barops. The fa-cm of the family is Sam's Cncle Jacob. "VhVweaUluel'jaS Russia." a magnificent, fully realized character with th l* overtones of a clever Paul Bunyan. Other m< mbers, of thaiS dwarfed b) him. particularly five of his brother* u*o' America and changed their name to Cohen. as n jd Jacob^ Thus the narrator. Sam Star, son of Jacob's, sister Either i"l twb different traditions, one the dangerously r.ishing woes|!,L Russia, known to Sam only by hear-say and ui old photos !" *? the other the usual American success story, beginning m£atl and ending in Long Island. Perhaps the great agony of death lies in the fact that %  ] signal to remember life. After his motherdeath from CURT j goes back into the past to relate the Kagan Russia part of tan It i> particularly interesting to note that this part of the I opposed to the Cohen-America section, is smooth and weft as though the past is more alive for the author than thei and as though he fmds it easier to garb the skeletal images oil than to strip the clutter of his own immediate experience iati thing resembling art. The last chapter, in which Sam Star goes to Paris, reta sense, to the world of the legends, and thus bringing the fanaj] cycle, is disappointing. The action, which seems pregnant witsi lutioa. labors to bring forth the new psychical one matron i expected. There is indeed, some sort of affirmation at the eaii book, but one is not quite sure exactly what has been affirmes,! 1 the problem never was presented with any clarity. The readeri content with a vague confronting of Cod and self and heritage, which, instead of fulfilling the beautiful promised) 120 pages, sounds like every other last chapter to every ottai biographical record of the sensitive young man whs is total I Himself What ought to come in for special praise is the cone the book in terms of its form. Working back and forth io tint! three generations is a difficult thing even for the mature mi Mr. Astrakhan has brought it off extremely well. There here akin to Faulkner's uw of 8 past consciousness in "The SaiMil the Fury;" Mr. Astrachan achieves nearly the same effect rfl constant impression of the past on the future, with much aertf on the part ef the reader. Certainly the well-ordered intricacy of technique and the i polish of the first half of "An End To Dying are the hallmafaj unmistakable talent. Uneasy lies the head of the newly-pur writer. Mr. Astrachan now has the doubly difficult job of 1 to all our expectations for him. XATHAN ZiPRiX — Chit Chat of Things a Writer Has Heard and Recorded ....._... third a Some 50.000 Jews have "vanished" in Brazil in recent years according to a census report recently released in that country. Statistically there are probably as many Jews in Brazil now as there were some years ago, 120.000, but some 50,000 of them, it appears, deliberately concealed or refused to identify themselves with their Jewish origin. The size of the figure is rather disturbing since it shows widespread existence of fear in the Jewish community. Since there aren't too many Jews in the hinterlands to account for the situation it must be assumed that Jews in large cities also concealed their identities. Paternity laws in Israel are governed by halachic law which provides that no man can be deemed the father of a child without his consent. A hill in Knesset would give equal weight to the mother as to the child's paternity. Some 50,000 MiLTON FRMEDMAN — tourists visited Israel last year, a third i\ Christians. .., Congressional circles are keeping % %  current developments in the Middle mm view to determining whether the *' ableness of the Arab states is not %  %  to conceal arms deals more disturbaU ] already announced. ^.i Has the Arab change of heart towirt M marskjold mission been maneuvered JT ton circle, bent on r.jecting Israel > P fensive arms? ... In the t'mted States vn l Jewish population there are so fe •• ^ House of Representatives.and inthe*JJ1 they can be counted on tha ^.V^f In England there are^some 17 Je ^ ment, almost equally divided am** major parties. Jewuh wrmunuu^ Parliament reached a height of n "• He Sees Food Vital Weapon in the Arssenal of Oef Did you ever hear of cows crossed with giraffes to develop a breed that could feed on Israel territory while being milked in Egypt? Nasser would love it. But the scientist who could do the trick, if it were possible, is s leading Israel animal breeding expert. Dr. Siegfried Hirsch. Dr. Hirsch. however, does not have time for such frivolous speculation. World popuations are increasing at a rate of 100.000 daily. By the year 2,000 the present global population will be nearly ? M ?^tu Dr 1hnch s es the row 'n need for food. To him. food is a vital weapon in the arsenal of peace. Population is growing most rapidly ia the underdeveloped tropical and semi tropical lands Food production especially milk and meat, is lagging. So it is with visionary concept and a briefcase full of notes that Dr Hirsch has come to America The notes that Dr. ^^M 1 Israel experimentation f "'"^.1*1 climates. During year, of such^, studied Syrian and to^£gimt* project brought him to^he joW ance of Israel cattle with a view production. jnd pel American cattlemen In 1 e*" idfrt tkW were confronted by m ,a ;j£L| idenJ coming the prospect of exen*£ ancf 1 other experts. Dr. Hirsch_ saw a m | a. well as an opportunity of ma ^ contribution in tms new aietce ^ with other Asmn and African -J 6 *^* equipped-to contribute, kraei J eMtlenm. hm combinedl^^H edge. The, want the world to share



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itoyi^jsse. fc/cf> mm<*m*n 3- %  SWMrm to be festejfed Louis Shafkin, chairman of thr Miami Beach planning board, will be installed chairman of the South Shore Citizens dub at a meeting Sunday evening in the Blackstonc hotel. LEGAL NOTICE Page 15 A **<* JACOB C W n HMM Director Will Calif. Region; Named Here L>b H. Cunningham, directs Florida regional office [National Conference of L> and Jews since Janufc. haaccepted the direc,1 the Southern California rinn. with hindquarters in tie-, effective Aug. 1, it hunced Wednesday by Dr. |w. Broun, executive vice I of I he national organizaotrn also announced that 1 presently director of the „hv NCCJ region, has been | by thf national personnel MI] Hi Ci and the Florida (board, for the Florida diip and will move to Klor) hi., Until) in late July. ida Slates it Cruise Beach Maaeda, Young oni-t District, will hold a hip >acht party" Sunday. i aboard the private yacBt • fcnt Howie Stein has anthat refreshments and bment have been planned |bership co-chairmen Dottie nd Jerry Miller, tacht will leave the King pi dock at 1.15 p.m. for a rrinse. Financial secrena Schcnkman will be at >r to accept membership Hollahan Raps 3% Food Tax Judge George Hollahan, candidate for state legislature in group 'one. May 29 primary runoff. Wednesday urged 'strong support to be mustered against the three percent sales tax for rood purchased in restaurants." "The South Miami judge feels that it is highly discriminatory." supporters indicated tbis week, "inasmucha* many of the working people in Dade county must out of | necessity eat away from home." In a statement here. Judge Holla|han declared that the tax "consti itutes an unfair burden on these working people. This tax is only a great revenue in populous Dade county and throws a disproportionate amount of the burden on resi! dents here. "The slack of this tax can be I picked up on the amusement or luxury tax yielded throughout the I.state or any other non-essential category like food," Judge Hollahan declared. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N(TICK IS HKRF.RY ,;i\ KV (ha) the in ,|. i|..yfrinv I,, engaije in huxin.'s-. unit* the fictitious na i I I.A.MIVC' i I.KT! i l: & PRIXTTNC •i ISO N 44ami, Internl t red Piers; of i he "II nit Com t of I >ade 1 '0 -iii >. Florida. %  K BillK -III-T ETHF.L sili '.in :T N T,CE NAM| R L F ,CT,T,OUS vi ,-,.-. .. rl, "tlus name „f Intend. A '" Miami, I'l., • SS.& rfe*£ reuM c ••< METAMN, MPR !" • I-....-...,. i:„ M,.„„i £ f 1 N TJ H F,,^ CUIT COURT "OF THE FOR n*n D B IC r!l L CIRCUIT TN AND CHANCERY V FLORiDA 'N r<> I HBODORE V TALDON %  ] i. Ralston i i ii,,-,.. Brans, New Yi.rk You are hereby notified that %  C I H ,r W" has i n riled I ui. i '' '""' """ ,p hereby required to serve %  CO pj of yow A nmr • HiComplain! on PtalntlfTi attorne>, ,,i,i riie he orlilnal Answer In ]%""" f •'•• 'l.-rk of the Circuit June, yi.r, mini nun, the HIUIK-UOIIS ;• i romptalnl for nnmwn be taken as confesses against vou Dated this MII das of May. MM E. B L.EATHER1IAN < leik of cin-ult Court ._ ,, by R. II. RICE, .II: I'l-t.iitv Clerk OEORtJE J TAUAKOPF MO I. in,,,ln Road, Miami Beach Ha -• 11 -1 v {j NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREHY tllVEN tbal tin nnftoi -I1 ed A ft In inilei the fid Itious nan • ol l.l RAY CARPET HERVICE al it s. W Hsuth RlYi I %  Miami Florida, Intends i" raslatar aaM aame iiii thi' Clark "t tin'ui uit Court of liade County, Florida BOl'THEKN CARPET SI'I'li.Y <"< >KI" IWII.I (A Florida Corporation) S/K — 6/I-H-I:, )N ROOFING AMD METAL WORKS '•MsiAVI. Ph. HI 6-5160 "J roof repaired now; you wv: on i ntw roof later % % %  "•etory Work by -Menenced Men" NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that the undersigned, desiring i" encase in Imsiiicf.under the fictitious name of ISLAM' TOWER APARTMENTS, at Bay Harbor Islands, Intends to reelsii'l n.in,,. ltli the Clerk "f the 'ii i uit Court "f Dade Count? i COAST ASS< KM \ rEM, IMC. A Mm ida Corp. THEODORE It NKI.SoN Attornes f-T Applicant I I.liici.lM Rd 5/H-U-K — /l NOTICE UNDER FICTITiOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN tini, IIM I" iimaKi" in .•y under the flt-titiotia ii.nr' f 7th STREET BAR-K-W, .it 710 X W -.'lild AuMiui', MUtmi. Ha., Int-n.l 10 %  eftiatel -.ii'l n I me with the 'U the Circuit C t ol Dade County, Florida HERBERT .1 BRCNJES I sola owner) M'SSI.EK .s.CARS. Aftorm Attorneys for Auatllraul 17s:' West Placler St reel a/11-18-23 — 6 1 Otfertno onty TM£ VERY BEST SANITARIUM FACILITIES 0 y B. Pinks Managing ri-..-t or ME *-TH RESORT [TTENTION FORNEYS! 1 T< 'jal nutkwc PP'aciat* T our and guarant** ••rvic at FR 4-4366 NOTICE UNDER FICTITiOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY RIVE.N tbal the underalfneil desuine to ensaRe In Intainesa under the fictitious name ol rilEKN WINE \SPIRITS, intends to register said name arlth tnp Clerk of the flreult. Court of Hade County. Florida. JiiSKI'll R. STEIN E S STEIN M \I!SIIAI.I. I STEIN LEWIS W. <;i'KI-'INE KATHERINE F HOTALINO JOHN I ROIHIERS tt£S£> ?„r K £.t N J£ Win. BPirtt. :. is-:'.'i — /!- ^_ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN thai nderalirned, desiring to engage In iiii-in.-.-.under the fictitious nam. of '_WHI.YI.I-: RARDENS, : ,,„| i arlyle Avenue, Miami Beach, %  with the 'l f .:k of the Circuit Court of Dade Florida i >Si\|; I.ICHT RAE I. i IOHT K" VNER S M kN.VHEIMER • %  •I Mi and Mrs, i.isl't ', I-S IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 24335 RE ESTATE uiLENA KCRZRl IK I' eased NOT.CE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE Ni ITICE Ii hereb) gleen thai l %  nal report and petition for i ii-, hai ge as i xei utoi "f the %  of LENA KCRZRl Ms. di i ased and that "n the l ith day "i June, I ill apply t" thi Honorable County le County, Florida, for appi iid final report and for final iii-, haigi i "i the n of l.r.\ \ Kl'RZRi iK, decei Df May, HARRY KURZROK, • M i utor of the estate of LENA KPRZROK MYERS. HE1MAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Executor r, U-18-J5 — 6/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN thai the undersig n ed, deslrim? i" engage in business under the rictltloua nam* of CLI'B \\ AI.I.V at 7',". s Shore Drive, Miami Beach, Florida, Intends to raglater said name with the i'1-rk of the ('mull Court of Made County, i-ioiida. BUROCNDY REST \i'i: ANT .•• BAR, IN'' I El"i Ida Corporation, Sole nvn-rs Bl'RENE HEIMAN Attorney fur Applicant :,n seyboM Bids. 6 1-8-1J In Re: EHTATE OP SERA AKBISE. also known as HA RAH ARB1 si-;, i leceased IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 37774 NOTICE TO CREDITORS T,. til "i ',iii"' and All Persons I'avPlaims oi liiiiianils Against Said Estati You. ami each of you arc herel V notified tnd Ired t" pn n( any claim" %  ""! demands which i; h, i ..I vou, maj ha> •• against the of SERA AKBISE, also known -,. SARAH ARBCSE, deceased late of Dade County, Florida,.to the Honorable County Judgei of Dade county, and file the same in then offices m the County Oourthouae in [Jane County. Florida, within eight calen,„,„thi from the date of the nrst ...Mlcation hereof. Baad claims or del „,. l ,„i.s ,., contain the legal address ,,r the Claimant and to he sworn t<> and pres<*n as aforesaid, or same will be barred Bee Bectlon ..13.1b of the IMS Probate Act. |,.,i,March W. A D. i-*. BEA BltOHY, As Administratrix of the r tate "' SERA AKBlsl-. also known as SARAH AltBlSi: Oeccased H*PIR<> AND FRIED, ESQS. Attoinevs for Administratrix Vi.. Lincoln R.d. Miami Beach Fla. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that tne undersigned, desiring to eiixaa:e in fictitious nam,of [ %  /}:l'.l: VI;NIV NAVY DEPART. MEN I STORES, at Miami. Dade < ounty, Florida, intends to res said name with ||„. Clelk Ol 1 Hi Court of Dade County, Florida. DADE WHOLESALE IMUllli'l'TS, INC I Mori.la corporation A IRON M KANNER, Bsq! Anon,,., for Lad,Whole I'rodui I.-, in, -". 11 -is..'", ,, ] LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHY RIVEN that the undexjdgnad, desiring to engage In business under the ctltlous na BJSI-AVM: I.IQII.I: STORE, al % %  i nUoutevasd, Miami. Fla., intende to reglater sadd name with thu Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dada County, Hlorlda BENJAMIN PLBDBL (Sole owner) g/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N"l ICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that |'"Y %  "• 'leslrinK to enpaBe In ,'.".' '—** l "" 1 "'' 'he fit itious nan f LASTf-HESTER VPARTMENTS, at BIO E. Bay Harbor Drive, Ba, Harhor Is. hit, nds I., r. Bister said name with Hi. Clerk of the Circuit Court of i i.ui.' i "ounty, i'l irida. THE REX CORPORATION a Florida Corp, THEODORE R NELSON Attornej for Applicant i Lincoln Road 5/ U-1S--.-, — 6/1 ,., ^NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES* COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 37969 In Re: ESTATE OF HORDON S. BROWN. Deceased To AII Creditors ami All Person! Haying Claims or Demands Agalnsi Said Betate. You. and each of you, are hereby notified ami required t" present any claims ami demands which you, or either of you, mav have against the estate of RORDON s. BROWN, dei late %  •' i '.ui.' Count). EI. i" the Honorable County Judges <>f Dade County, and file the same in their offices In the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Bald claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and i" !•• sworn i" and presented as afbiesaid, or will be I'.ii Date May 7th. A I> It • l STHER ': BROWN, FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI B) RALPH D. RODABAl'CH, Trust Officer | Executors of the I.ast Will an i Testament of RORDON s. BROWN, 11, MYERS, HEIMAN A K Ml. i S ybold Building. Miami. Florida %  foi Executors 5 ll-l--'.'.". — i; I I-' IN THE COUNTY JyOGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE CO"" 7 /-' FLORIDA. IN PROstATl. No. 86790-B In He. ESTATE OK 1.-VA iisllI'MtiiKK. |>ecea"NOTU'EVO CREDITORS To All Credit.., '••'7r, '' .1 ,., K Claim i nda Against .-.. : Y o!' : nd each ef •' notified and reqaired >"]""" any claims and d. •' %  estate of |N '•'•., ,,, ,,, the lion FRANK l>o\\ i.r.x .. %  >-'"•' f D; Co ; % %  I %J* I,, be sworn to and w'"' %  ld. or same win i-;""' ^ExtS'V-hel^Wd, KM Iece*sed MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Executor l/lI-ll- — •/! .V4-U-18-2.-, C'OSNV D V A N'CHA^ERNO.^ ABE BERKOFT, Plamiirr. ^B^BERKO^^ndsn, Roi ks>v.iv ng J. ,. in he entered anainst you. IT. "*% th £ ^IVHERMAV ,-Wk ol the rircolt Court K ii. RM *a ity Clerk nFNBT RBNET im AttoVSeya for Ptalntlff 4*0 lA.olci.ln Ra'l • Miami Beach, Florida l/dwtl-U-ae NOTICE TO DEFEND or ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 189801 VIVIAN ELSOM, Plaintiff, JOHNNIE El.si >M, l" fi ndant SUIT FOR DIVORCE To; JOHNNIE EI.Si'M Addri Cnknown fou arc hereby notified thai a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been flleil against you. and you are required i" serve %  copy t your Answer or Pleading to the Bin of complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney, '• %  A O'Brien. :i""'i Ponce d.I.con Boulevard, Coral Oables, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the off I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 4th day of June, IM*. If you fall to do so. judgment by default will he taken against vi.u for the relief demanded in the Bill ol Complaint. This notice shall he pul.lisheil oi e.n h week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH Fl.oltmiAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this tad day of May, A. D E. P.. T.EATIIEItMAN, cieik. t 'it,iiit Court, 1 Mile i 'ountv. Florida. B] JOAN COURNOTER, Deputy clerk. ill Court Seal) OKt iRRE \ i 1'BRIEN (300 Ponce '1c l.eon Boulevard Coral Rabies, Florida \ti,, n. I lor Plaintiff. :, iII -IS. 23 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 190143 EDNA C"l.OMAN, Plaintiff IONAH ROLDMAN, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE •p >' .H 'NA II '!' 'LDMAN in; E. Ssth it New York. N.Y. You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Inv..,,, Is bw-n filed against you. and you are reunited t" serve a oopy of your Answi i I.",.,..,,!,,,.; t„ the Bill of Complaint ,,„ the plnlntlfrs Attorney MEL\ N I I IEICHARD, 2* Lincoln RI.. Miami Beach Fla.. and file the original JJSSet or Heading I" the office of the Cl.rk of the Circuit < ourt on or Kfore the ltth day of June. 1956 H you fail to 00 BO, Judgment hy default will he taken against you for the relief demanded Tn the Bill of Com'''TI'I'S notice shall he published once each week for four •''.nsccutive weeks In THE JEWISH FE"ltll>IAN. VXD ORDERED Miami. ilus 11th day of May. A I' I MINE Florida. E B. I.EATHEltM \N. Cleik, Circuit Court. I Hide Countv Florldu R. H. RICE, lit. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk 8/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that the undersigned, dealrlni; to ensage in ill i cir, .on h ^k j A A W A ll_tli t .. M .,,,....,.-, .,,.i .\|,|,ncii ni 410 Lincoln Road, Miami IttMi.h. Fla. %  "• 18-M — 6/1-x NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY RIVEN that the Undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Foil: SEASONS BOOK\ VI > RECORD SHOP, at number 714 71st Street In the City of Miami' Beach. Florida. intendsto rewiater the said name with the ch-rk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. Bated at Miami Beach, Florida this 1st day of Mav, |!i.V6. IIAI.I.EN ASSOCIATES, INC. By: David Hallen, Prea. COl'RSHON FINK 0R Lincoln Road Mian i Beach, Flo ri d a Attorneys for Applicant 3/4-11-is-:'., NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that the undersigned, deetrlna to engage in business under the fictitious name of ELIZABETH HAIR STYI.IsT. at 6930 coiiin.s Avenue. Miami B e a ch, Florida, intends to register said name with the cierk of the Circuit Conrt of Dade County, Florida. ELIZABETH I KOVNBR & M VNNHE1MEK Attorneys for Elisabeth Rose 5 1-11-18-25 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that l. desiring to eneiige in business under the fictitious name of KIT KAT INN at S0T1 N. \V 17th Intend to register said nsune with the Cl.rk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida it BAI.KIIAIS Midi w-:i. KX.ECINSKY KEXSLER ft 0 %  Aiiin ne.vs for Applicants 1781 \v Plaglei si "..II-1S.J-, I I A neighbor's child falls out of a tree in your back yard. Does your liability insurance provide funds for the medical bills? ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATION! OUTFITS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at Fit I4366 i Artfiur M. Kohn Richord L. Powefl Daniel L. Harris PHONE 9-7555 KAHN & ALPERT Insurance Agency 998 S.W. First Street %  ., ,i -, rm TtAVatssV HertfeeJ 1 1 1 I



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Y J J E '£, 0(/< ovnan s Mr. ami Mrs. Harry L. Webb entertained some 70 members of the Miami Beach Music and Arts League in the penthouse and garden of their Collins ave. residence Friday. Socialites and patrons of the arts attending the lovely Webb affair heard plans for a concert Tuesday evening in the Roney's Surf room elaborated Aicx Dellerson, who's a spanking good baritone and who treated £ with his singing. Alo "giving out" in a jam session of operatic, classical and Km music was tenor Cut Freeman. Spanish dancer Birdie then entered the act, with popular music standard bearer Louis Heberman and concert pianist Mrs. S. Saslaw rounding the lively program. la addition, the Webbs were host to Mr. and Mrs. Charles k) Hall—he's the newly elected county commissioner—Mr. jfr,. Albert Hlrsch, the N. Z. Millers, Martin Blocks, Anton ^ William Obermans, Abe Malkins, Isaac Seslows, Mr. and Eli Samuels, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Heuer. Also Mr*. Dorothy Alperr, Mrs. Beatrice Oier, Mrs. Marie r j, Mr. Rosa Breakstene, Mrs. Helena W. Goldsmith, Anyuta ttev, Mary Smith, Rae Greenwald, Lillian Paul, Jeck Lebao, j Cashmen, Gus Traub, Dr. Abraham Wolf son and League ident Herman Binder. Mr. and Mrs. William Hoffman, 1701 Jefferson ave., are touring ope... fiends last received correspondence here from Muenchen eimany. The Hoffmans also plan to visit Milan and Florence in Italy— i Switzerland, Spai.—and back to France again before e'mbarkJur.e 23 on the Caronia. Haul and Irvine. Cypen are in the thick of things social, civic n after their brief flight to Nassau for a holiday the Emerald Beach hotel. Irving'* the pledged Adlai Stevenson gate to the national Democratic party convention. While in Nassau, the Cypens joined Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ross, %  ere also on vacation. Beef and Bird was the site last week of a farewell party for end Mr*. Hyman Polier, who have since left for California. Party included Georgians Mr. and Mrs. Abner G. Hirsch Hartai and Mrs. Henry Zerman (Savannah). Participating also Beef and Bird hostess' Mrs. Joe Cohen. Mi. Murray (Lillian) Baron, 3759 Pine Tree dr.. is hack from York, where she attended a number of fabric shows for the tfl dress business. Brother Mike Stern is the noted author, who makes his home iRore. Italy. >>€ ul the Joseph Waldmans' sons-in-law. Howard Treirman, I been named assistant manager of the Waldman family's Crown el... Howard recently was married to the former Lolly Waldman, |ingc-t ol the Waldmans' daughters. Mr. and Mr*. Earl Pertnoy, 5000 Cherokee, and Mr. and Mr*. t* M. Simon, 1398 Normandy dr., traveled across state to ekend it in Naples. Ardent his, the Pertnoys and Simons spent much of their ft on the Naples green. Abraham Rabinowiti and wife Sarah will again be neighbors, of ry and Morri* Marder when they move into their new adjoining pa on Parkview Island Aug. 1. The Rabinowitxes and Marders lived in the same apartment pWmg on Hay rd. for six years. ing in to her island home is Kitty Gilbert, widow of Lou Gilbert, who recently arrived here from |Ma. Kitty* been staying with Coral Gables-ite Leona Shapiro, hut t move will mean that she's now just a hop from Normandy Mr*. Harry B. Hendel and the Si Steinhaosers, former Pittssh friends. When Edward Melniker, Murray Friedman and Daniel Safer Hied th.' national convention of Variety clubs in Gotham Waldorf-Astoria, they were also busy showing the town *ives, who joined them. The couples are neighbors on Hibiscus Island Mrs. Melniker | ';"> oj the women's committee of Variety Children's Hoshen *e Pancoast dr.'s Mrs. Benjamin Hammerman left town "% in the wake of a round of farewell parties for summer wion at the Buena Vista hotel in Belmar, N.J. *n will join Mrs. H. there in July. s, *n'ey Levine and law partner Michael Pelle are in Europe ** an important client. s, n and Mike had to make arrangements with less than 24 ["* n, "K< so important was the call and so urgent to get to wntinent in a hurry. Wends got word by card that Stan and Mike could at leasl B "or a few days on the deck of the S.S. Liberte. J[netian dr.'s Dr. end Mrs. Philip Greenbere are on a 16-day [* aboard the S.S. Alcoa Corsair to Jamaica. Curacao. Trinidad •>n*r Venezuelan cities. Tbe Cr *"ber9 sailed from New Orleans. W*r (;, ungs and coming, rjep't. ... The Arthur Burrels. ww st., motored northward Tuesday to visit friends in MM* • They W i|| tour Nova seoti. before going to Chicago to £" time with Mr.. •.'. family. Herbert Gimbel li* out-of*? u "d tor Sa Antonio. Tex., with a later stop •>^ du J h 7, rtf cb *ota hotel sites were the Albert Pellaks. "* oelmar here to World it^li^uviislb-IEIIioipldliigyn Miami, Florida, Friday, May 25. 1956 Section B New president of Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood shown with officers at annual installation luncheon May 8 at the Algiers hotel. Standing (left to right) are the Mesdames Charles Silvers, vice president; Leon Kronish, chaplain; Michael Mersel, treasurer; Harry W. Greenberg, vice president; 1. A. Discussing results of Wednesday meeting of Mr. and Mrs. club of Temple Beth Sholom are Neil Schiff, newly elected president; Mrs. Jordan Bitlel, immediate past president; Mrs. Leonard Silverman, vice president; Mrs. Harry B. Smith, corresponding secretary; and Mrs. Joseph Friedman, recording secretary. Not shown is Gerard Shainuch, treasurer. Meeting was at home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Friedman. 5315 Alton rd. Dr. Stephen C. Wright, director of Dade County Child Guidance Clinic, spoke on "Psychological Development of the child." Durbin, financial secretary; Samuel Kelemer, social secretary. Seated (left to right) are the Mesdames Barry Cameron, vice president; Sol S. Pine, president; Albert L. Rosen, recording secretary; Louis Shapiro, vice president; Benjamin Mandel, corresponding secretary. Miami Sisterhood To Hold Installation Mrs. George Goldberg will be installed president of Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew School and Congregation at a luncheon in the Ritz Plaza hotel on Tuesday noon, May 29. Rabbi Simon April, spiritual leader, will be installing officer. Cantor Bcrele Kelemer will render musical selections. Other officers to be installed are Mrs. Abraham Barkan, first vice president; Mrs. Abraham Topol, second vice president; Mrs. Max S. Newberger, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Aaron Dixon, recording secretary; Mrs. David Meltzer, financial secretary; Mrs. Saul Bernstein, treasurer. Mrs. Nathan Coulton is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Robert Schweitzer is chairman of the day. Business, Pro Women Install Officers of the Miami Business and Professional Women's club, headed by Mrs. Leta Dawson Young, new president, were installed at their annual installation banquet recently. Mrs. Mattie Belle Davis, new Miami District 10 director of the Florida Federation, officiated. Officers installed with Mrs. Young were Miss Dorothy Robbins, Mrs. Mary Sue Lamb, vice presidents; Miss Bernadette Paradis. recording secretary, Mrs. Gladys Ehmke. corresponding secretary; Mrs. Edna F. Serpa, treasurer. Mrs. Young, program coordination chairman last year, awarded trophies to the winners of the club's "Best Program of the Year" and the "Health and Safety Commitee Project." it at the fewer Uh) in Jamaica. Mrs. Jennie Grossinger (third from left). Hebr^ Umvemry s Ti^st Lady of Miami." honor. Dr. Frederick Lachman (right). exiutWe vice president of American Friends of Hebrew UruSI d inne7 given at her home, 5941 Pinetree dr. Guests mcTud y ed Mr and^Mr.. David Provu. (left). Mr. and Mrs ChSto?Charcowsky. Mr.. Oida Rubin, president, and Dr. and Ste PhUip Gotheb. Provu. and Charcowaky are sponor. of Sent dormitory building at nbw Hebrew Umverwty in Jerusalem. Hadassah Delegates Leave Over 50 Greater Miami women will attend the regional conference of Hadassah this weekend in St. Petersburg. Leading the delegation here are Mrs. Oscar Sindell, president of Miami Beach chapter, and Mrs. Irwin Liss, Miami chapter president. Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, who returned this week from a trip to Israel, will give a report at the regional conference.



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When ready to haTce. cut the roll unto 1-inch piece-, -traight or diagonally Place cut-side down on a lightly greased cookie sheet and bake at 425 F 12 to 15 minutes or till lightly browned, fictneye with *pfhiht"oc>*.in,£ak' tilfner ttfatfrving platters or trays These can be 'hing easy to make on short notice ^^j hot or co|H Iandv because 1 ,v ,oo! they CM be eaten out of hand. Pastry Spirals (and tIndeed ideas) 7 Sweoi-rilllng for Spiral.: ComI. Chickn filled Spirals are bjnp rpfJ raspnorrv preserves with made by rolling out your favorite (iqua| am<)1|n( of fjn(1 flry bread or pie pastry to 'inch th.ckne-s rrackpr u idd ition. chill the rolled Spread finery uround up cook „ p ,,,;,„ .,,,,.,. tlIIinc M H1 No i hk*fl giblets and qreban, ||K ,„,„.,,,,,, .... .,,„ nbtned with hard cooked egg 3 Cnopped Dri d Fruitt nd whites maj servo with anR jtin F j,| if q i. u ihroegh the mixtun '. and nanned food chopper ten dried EniHi ., smool i "ii hand pitted I •( paprika, mixed herbs teaprun< ifter soaking 1 hoar); I i ii r nutmc I pastry v with l Sprinkle II >hl ltd "P %  nd roll up Chill and M above, only till lightly • nod. Maj be baked before tiring into one inch piec.s, straight or diagonally -lu-t before sen big, place cut side up on a cookie sheet and slip under broiler 'flame for 2 or 3 minutes Pastry Wrap-around* (Flelsttlej) After rolling out pie pastn to ', inch thickness, cut into 1 inch 'wide strips, then into 2'_. to 3 inch 'lenghts Wrap each around inchwide cuts of franfurters. place cut side up on a lightly greased cookie %  heel and bake at 425 3 F for 12 to j 15 minutes or till nicely browned. \ Stick a toothpick in each for easy I handling. Serve hot. Milchig or Pareve Wrap-arounds Wrap pastry strips around stuffed green olhSM Press, together to prevent pastry spreading apart durins baking procc Large prunes tl ;it hrve boon soaked overnight then dried with paper i>>wels may lie pitted and may IM tilled With cream c 1 then wrapped with pa-try. Bake only till pa-try Ilightly browned 10 to 12 minuteat 425" F. Servo hot or cold. MA BfcSAH HfDiCAu HP Mrs. Irwin Weinntein (left). Florida reqion of P n ,t„_ official delegate to 24th World Zionist CongresTt^ which concluded its seesione recently, is shown at tion of excavation* for new Hadossah-Hebrew U medical center at Ain Karem otatside of Jerusalem on are Pabbi and Mrs. Herman Cohen, of Miami. Afternoon Chapter Holds Installation Miami Beach afternoon chapter man. Mr(ieoree Linden -Hn of Women's American ORT held Harry Raskin vice preafa? an installation luncheon Wednes Irs ... „„ h ...... day noon at the Sea Gull hotel. \ J^fi ,^ Mrs. Irving Sussman. regional' responding secretam president, installed Mrs. Sam PolPcrlman. financial seu. lark, president: Mrs. Milton Perl Harold Miller, treasurer T w ,„jja Excitingly Different Taste! Left to right are cast members Shirley Berman, Lenore Wander, Sylvia Kirschner. Lynne Howard, Sally Paqe and Beverly Sadler. Graduation Due at Temple Emanu-EI Temple Cmanu El will hold clos i Mluation exereiaea for -tudintof tinaleraentarg Sunday and daily religionMIIOOU on Sundaj morning, according to an announcement this week. To receive diplomas are the following graduateRachel le Abram-. Linda Adelman Marilyn Axelrod, Elaine Bass, .lay Beskind. Klandra Bialolenki. i 11ubeth Block. Gloria Brickman. Sandy Cohen. Stephen Cypen, Jimmy Diamond. Jack niftier. Israel Diner, Rhoda Deutschman. Phyllis Frank. Restef Friedman, the production is having two more showingsMay 26 and 27—at the Fulford school auditorium. 1740 NE 161st st North Miami Beach. Original songs will be introduced with lyrics by Sylvia Kirschner and music by Friedman. In the cast are Harold Berman. Lenore Wander, Harold Brown, Shirley Herman. Sylvia Brown, Sidney Diamond. Ruth Fleishman, Letter Friedman, Moe Gromet. Dorothy Qrotawald, Boh Hilton, Lynne Howard. Milton Janis. Carol Katzker. Sylvia Kirschner. Sol Kulchin, Bernice Lazar, Manny Mandel, Dolores Miller. Beverly Nadler, Sally Page. Bernard Phillips, Harold Samuels, Eros Seigler, Jeri Sorosky, Elaine Stone and Bernard Wander. Stage manager is Edward CapIan. Sets were designed and constructed by Charles Philo Art director is Samuel Gallas, and lighting is by Charles Philo. Theater Guild of North Miami Beach is sponsored by the Jewish War Veterans of North Miami Beach, Post 682. REDUCING? • %  then li,h from <>..* Mt man >cl olorle-frce No J'npffis.iiH irurUM. For liuhen or ub! uw "•• rVCrt $„„., florte ATrooo*o,uosTot,v^rfw; B i a. w m CetMa Good Any Time! PICKLED, CMKEOw^SM^^ COASTLINE PROVISION CO, INC S5S HSCAYNf $T, IM*ai ? PHONES: if I41M PU 4a1 MT



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Fri^y' May_25, 1956 *J*ishfhrkHan feminine fair: \^J Page 3'B n the ter'sHelm |Lorber chapter of the Jewish itional Home for Asthmatic Chilheld its annual installation ncheon at the DiLido hotel last Chairman of the affair was X Charles Greenberg. I Outgoing president, Mrs. Harold lolomon. announced that the chapfr had raised $5,600 which will be nt to the Home this year. •Hirers installed were Mrs. B. Wilensky. president; Irving Goldstein, first vice tsktent; Mrs. J. William Baros, second vice president; Mrs. Cygielman, third vice preaint [Mrs. Leslie Rome, recording secV; Mrs. Eli Argintar and Mrs. Rosen, corresponding secrete; Mrs. Herman Alexander, ncial secretary; Mrs. Robert ftt, treasurer; and Mrs. Irving u as auditor. [Entertainment also included a nt called "H.M.S. Lorber," which directed by Mrs. Leonard otsch. Mrs. Friedland Will Lead Chapter Slate Mrs. Larry Friedland will be installed president of the LouiseBrandeis chapter, American Jewish Congress, at ceremonies Monday noon in the Lucerne hotel. The former New York woman leader assumes the office for her third term. Others to be installed at the luncheon are the Mesdames Sidney Finger, Harry Levy and Joe Singer, vice presidents; Allen Becker, treasurer; Abe Malkin, financial secretary; Henry Berg, recording secretary; Jack Edward, corresponding secretary; and James Paulen, social secretary. Temple Beth Sholom spiritual leader Rabbi Leon Kronish and Beth David spiritual leader Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will be installing officers at the affair, which will feature a special membership award to Mrs. Sam Gartner. Musical program will include Miss Susan Penny Talianoff and Luke Salem, accompanied at the piano by Willie Hollander. The installation luncheon will be carried out jointly with similar ceremonies for officers of the Florida Women's Division of American Jewish Congress. ,ea and annual Child Rescue party. While installing officers for the new term, they will be aiding the children of Israel. Drafted for a third term. Mrs. Isaac Pushkin will be installed as president of the Pioneer Women Council. Other officers to be installed include the Mesdames Abe Seltzer, first vice president; Sam Wilensky. Ida Jacobs, Oscar Zeltzer. Jacob Raffel. M. S. Green and Morris Seeman, vice presidents representing club I, club II, Golda Myerson club, Kadimah chapter. Coral Gables chapter and Tlkv'a club respectively; Milton Green, recording secretary; Robert Miller, treasurer; and Jacob Raffel, financial secretary. Prepared for presentation following the installation ceremony is a gala Child Rescue party with musical entertainment by Paul Millstone, who will accompany singer Luba Roy. La Casita tea room, Coconut Grove, will be the scene for Kadimah chapter's installation of officers on Thursday noon. Mrs. Ceil Segal, chairman, reveals that Mrs. Pushkin will be installing officer and that Mrs. Albert Shkoler and Mrs. David Meltzer have prepared a skit and musical program. Officers who will be installed cial secretary; Eleanor Miller, Lillian Kimler. Sylvia Braus, corresponding secretaries; Lillian Cohen, Rose Kamps, Florence Ginsberg, Ida Meyers, Fanny Strauss, Judy Braun and Ida Zabarsky, board members at large. Mizrcschi Chapter Slates Luncheon Mrs. Samuel M. Grundwerg, 4561 Prairie ave., will hold a luncheon Wednesday noon at her home. Proceeds are for the Children's Village in Israel, with Miami Beach chapter of Mizrachi Women the 1 sponsors. According to Mrs. I. B. Eisenstein, president, Rabbi H. Louis Rottman, Beth Israel Congregation spiritual leader, will give the invocation. Anna Brenner Meyers will speak on the Children's Village. Rabbis to Address Dov Chapter Meeting Sunday Mrs. Rachel Sakowitz, president of Dov chapter, Mizrachi Women, announces a supper party Sunday evening at Beth El Congregation to celebrate Mother's Day and the eighth birthday of the State of Israel. Mrs. Emanuel Karger will be master of ceremonies. Guest speakers will be Rabbi S. T. Swirsky, Beth El spiritual leader, and Rabbi Tibor Stern, of Beth Jacob Congregation. NO SKILL NEEDED „ f */ Just mix and bake mm CAKE MIXES make WWtiCakiWx'YeHttr Cake Mix Devil's Feed Mi • Siagerbread Mix Pound Cakt Mix Hooey V Spice Cake Mix "I WANT MY MILK a Dtatrlbawd toy PALM DlSTHWUTOBto. IMC I•"• Ml* ST., MIAMI J7, PU. MWMI %  3^166 and be sure its FLORIDA DAIRIES nomoetmzio Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Doer* Prartcfte' ML FR 4-2621 Greater Miami Deliery ^PRODUCTS fJUNE ^BUTTER •a* tarn MARGARINE r&s • i Rest, Relax, Regain Vigor HOTIL ^j/ and BATHS Renew your health at one of the South's finest resort hotels! 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Page 4B +Je*lst> thrkMan Beach Woman Leader President Of Florida Women's Division, AJC Mrs. Charles P. Feinber*. 5987 N. Bay rd recently elected a national vice president of American Jewish Congress at an AJCongress convention in New York City, will be installed president of the Florida VdOMO'l I>ivision at ceremonies Monday, May 28. in the Lucerne hotel. Men Become 'Sisters' Initiation was included on the program for Roosevelt Temple 33, Pythias Sisters, when the group met Wednesday at Dora August Hall. Nat Fields and Ralph GfOaaman became honorary "sisters." Both men are members of Roosevelt lodge 177. Knights of Pythias. Receiving president's citation at GMJCC annual invitational ball is present head of organization. Mrs. Milton Sirkin 'right). First and only woman to be president of any unit of Jewish community center movement here, Mrs. Sirkin was one of over 20 honored last week at the affair. Chairman was A. Budd Cutler (left), presenting citation. MffS. OSCAK SINDtll Donor Committee In Meeting Here Ii'inor luncheon committee of Ladies' Auxiliary, Coral Gabtea IWV Post 243. met last week at the home of chairman Mrs Tanya Le Use, 7930 S\V 8th t.r Present were the Me. s dames Lillian Sutta. coupon chairman; May IVrlman, co-chairman; Ruth Bo\er and Lorraine Fn.dman. gifts and clerical %  sttrtanta; Shirlee Agress, fund raising chairman, and Harriet Bornstein. president. Mrs. Sindell First Chapter President Mrs. Oscar S. Sindell was installed as the first president of the newly formed Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah at a brunch in the Algiers hotel Monday noon. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El. conducted the installation ceremony. Serving with Mrs. Sindell will be Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Mrs. Irwin Weinstein and Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais, honorary vice presidents; Mrs. Jack Davis. Miss Lillian Goodman. Mrs. Harold Melnick and Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, vice presidents: Mrs. Joseph Sugarmaa, treasurer; Mrs. J. H. Witt, financial i secretary. Mrs. Abe Greenberg. financial secretary for membership; Mrs. Harry Platoff. auditor; Mrs. James Cordon, recording secretary; Mrs. Herbert G u t m a n corresponding secretary; Mrs Louii Cidney. social secretary; and Mrs. Moses Krieger. parliamentarian. For the musical portion of the program, Miss" Ruth Sulheriin. soloist, was accompanied bu Mt, Margaret Yemen at Ihefsanoj Mrs Harold llelnick was j n charge of arrangements and program. Chicago Club Slates Installation Sunday Beach attorney Samuel Pearlman will be installed "president of the Chicago club here Sunday evening at a dinner in the Rubaiyat room of the Algiers hotel. Others to be installed are Mrs. Benjamin Schanfald, Samuel Greenfield and Mrs. Herman Steinman, vice presidents; Maurice L. Eisenberg, Abe Tunick and Mrs. Ezra Finegold. secretaries; and Sol Litvak, treasurer. Board of governors will also be installed, with Councilman Harold B. Spaet as installing officer. Outgoing president is Irving Schatzman. Florida Women's Division is composed of Miami, Louise-Brandeis and Stephen Wise chapters. Mrs. Feinberg is affiliated with Louise Brandeis chapter. Rabbis Yaakov Rosenberg, Beth David Congregation, and Leon Kronish. Temple Beth Sholom, will install the woman leader, who succeeds Mrs. Charles Alter, of Miami Beach. Formerly of Detroit. Mich.. Mrs. Feinberg served three terms as president of the Women's Division there. In addition, she was an AJCongress national vice president from that city. She was active in the Detroit Jewish Welfare Federation and the Community Council. In Miami, Mrs. Feinberg belongs to the board of governors. Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and is a member of the Joint Advisory Committee on religion m the public schools. Mrs. Feinberg, on the board of Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood, is also an active board member of the Bureau of Jewish Education. .-. The Miami Beaeh leader has two sons, Daniel, in service at Ft. Bragg. N.C.. and William, who attends Nautilus school. Mr. Feinberg, who is semi-retired, was a lumber dealer in Detroit. Other officers to assume their duties at the May 28 installation are the Mesdames David Brodsky, Sidney Finger, Ben Greene, Louis Haffner, Willie Hollander, Harry Koretsky. Albert Ladd. Harry Levy, Alfred Rubinstein. Joseph Singer and Joseph Weisman. **S. CHM US f. tmttK Group Elects Julia Sussman Julia Sussman has bn flu president of 'Nai 'Rith BBG.\ \ stallation was at a recent neeti | in the home of Miss Esther : 1909 SW 27th ave. Other officers who i their posts were Sandri A der. vice president: Sanih reidell, secretary; and Arlene] treasurer. Initiated as new member* Elaync Ginsberg, Miriam and Marcia Schwartz. J Installing officer was Mia I ma Berger, Nai Rith advia*. bara Miller initiated newi VEGETARIAN BEANS 'N TOMATO SAUCE New President in Charge Miami ihapter of B'nai B'rith I Women met Tuesday evening at Beth David auditorium. Ntw president Mrs. Murray Gladstone otti ciated. 70 Years of BAD EXPERIENCE is Enough! Mr. MacVicar says we should reeled him so his experience can guide the new County Commission. Remember,"one apple..." Let's Make Sure We Open Those Doers To STAY strictly KOSHER! There it is ... the all-important 0 of approval of THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS Of AMERICA ... your guarantee of a Kosher food! A delightful, quick-to-fil Kosher food! The most popular "meichel" of them all in every Jewish: neighborhood! How about Heinz Kosher Beans today! jQ HEINZ VEGETARIAN BEANS Strictly Kosher \



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Ley, May 25, 1956 free Sisters Here „ officers rlhur Stone was installed I'nited Order of here at ceremo In Hibiscus an ,. (he iTCsibound "lit, warB!oom, guardian; monitrefls. InstalWorthy Sister Hat *J^i^nrrHi^r) ITw^istep, krou^h jtional Cancer Serv. recfBli e.iurwH'd ad ruifciin.th<|>e laboratory at Ml. hnai hospital. The organization %  so operates a mobile unit and linings program for cancer paents through the Dade unit of lie American Cancer Society and, addition, supports the programs the Mental Research Foundao. The organization will shortly Itlebrate its 110th anniversary. What the State of Israel Means to a Young Miami Girl flow i< k. • Page 5 B Irs. Reich Again leads Sisterhood Si-tprh I ol (oral Gables JewOHiter has reelectod Mrs. ^tfred K •:• ii as president for the 67 J Mrs R has been an active fmher 'iihood. In addition, be haI as Girl Scout leader, pa< electpi treasurer on the State wl at the recent B'nai B'rith (onvention and takes a leading role Emunah chapter of Order of istern Stan [Other officers elected were the pesdameWilliam Bloom, Henry y, Charles Rosenberg and Ben tpkin, nee presidents; Samuel JlOcb, recording secretary; Sam an. treasurer. The Mesdames Maurice Waldorf, financial secretary; Jerome Weiss, wrespondm % secretary; Jason prosiman. historian; Louis Schnein, parliamentarian; and Bernard tamer, assistant correspondxg secretarv Tamara Chapter Slates Installation Newly elected officers of Tamara chapter, Mizrachi Women's Organization of America, will be installed at a luncheon Monday noon at the Ritz Plaza hotel. Mrs. Henry B. Wernick will install the following officers: Mrs. Charles Turk, president; | Mrs. Jack Farber. first vice president; Mrs. Isadore Yulish. second iVice president; Mrs. Max Sternstein, third vice president; Mrs. Sidney Margolis, financial secretary. Mrs. Irving Levy, treasurer; Mrs. Mildred Kunslich. corresponding secretary; Mrs. Jack Greenhouse, recording secretary; Mrs. Irving { T urk, social secretary; Mrs. Alex; ander Gross, chaplain; and Mrs. Alfred Stone, parliamentarian. Mrs. M. Frank and Mrs. Edna Selis are chairmen of the luncheon. Mrs. Emanuel Karger will be guest speaker. Mrs. Alexander Gross will i give the invocation. Benediction .will be given by Mrs. Max Sternistein. For more than a quarter of a 'century, Mizrachi Women, recogjnized as the major women's religious Zionist organization in the United States, has devoted itself to meeting the needs of Israel's youth and newcomers by sponsoring and maintaining an extensive network of child M. Mrs. Miriam Stein and P "edwin Benjamin were in "**' of arrangementa. Mrs. Al"ubbm is president of the New Sisterhood Names Leaders New Sisterhood of Temple Sinai in North Miami held its first meetling at the home of Mrs. David JKoppelman last wepk. The followling were elected officers: Mrs. Howard A. Novell, president; Mrs. Leon P. Lipsick. first vice president; Mrs. Herman Rod' stein, second vice president; Mrs. Lois Bergert. corresponding secretary: Mrs. Carl Lipton. recording 'secretary : Mrs. Howard Apte, financial secretary; Mrs. Walter Wilner, treasurer. Trustees are Mrs. Al Sherman. Mrs. Ralph W h i t e h o u s e Mrs. | Charles Korach, Mrs. Ellis Marks and Mrs. Harvey Cutler. Mrs. Aaron Kanner, vice president of Temple Israel Sisterhood, and Mrs. Harold Thurman. vice president of the Southeastern Council of the American Federal tion of Temple Sisterhoods, were guest advisors. Meetings will be held on the third Thursday of each month, alternating afternoons and evenings. The next meeting will take place on June 21 at 2 p.m. in the Oval room of Arthur Maisels restaurant. Mlltt AIIZIR %  %  VICI "AtT" — -mMKf" — "HMJ" COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wracks t*WHf tWy Repair* mi rW* itej? "aH. *•** Mt S.W. I* Street VSJ 1 IS 1 I hi 1 LM I "THANK YOU, the Voters of Dade County for making Me the Leading candidate in the Small Claims Court Race YOU THE VOTERS GAVE ME OVER 51,000 VOTES EXPRESSING CONFIDENCE IN MY RECORD. I earnestly solicit your continued support to insure complete and final victory on May 29." —Judge Sidney L. Scgall PULL LEVER 5-A Keep JUDGE SIDNEY L SEGALL Small Claims Court \ir Endorsed by: Miami Harold; Miami Daily News; Miami Beach Sun; Hfadeak Home News; Times of Coral Gables-South Miami. i+ Appointed as Judas of Dade County Small Claims Court by Gar. Leroy Collins. Sept.. 1955. !-£ As Judge ol the Small Claims Court set a record oi handling 3400 cases in lees than eight months. ir Natirs Floridian. Born In Tampa. 1907. Doxie County resident—IS years. Pi oneer %  family. -fa Practicing attorney for 22 yean. + Assistant Attorney General of Florida. 1941-42. if U. S. Department of Justice. 1943-46. •ff Member of State Improvement Commission. 1952-54. (Pd. Pol. Adv.) hi i)



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Page 6 B Initi' rkwMton AIRS. SOL SHVtMAH We*v Membership' Party Molly Torchon, membership i of B'nai B'rith Women, i (,,.! lev this \M k innoanoad :.i-i He. member-hip'' party : Ihc yroiip ;ing Authority, lira. Dorothj Kriegar Fink, will lie installing officer when itet Miami Women Auxiliary, Jewish Home tor the Aged, installs officers am) board members Tuesda) noon in the Kubaiyat room of the Algiers hotel. MrSol S;l\erm.m will ;i"iimp the post ol president for her lizth ecutiva term, Also to he Installed are the MrsBenjamin Appe! honorary lent; Max Greenberg, Baron de Hirach Mayer and Irving Frankel. honorar\ vice presidents; David Phillips, .lack Udell, Louis Makovsky. Herman Jacobs and Trudy Hamerachlag, vice presidents. The Uesdames MornKriegel, treasurer; Frances Ratine,, financial secretan. Benjamin Hammerman, record.n.: -ecretary: Nat K. Kat/. correaponding secretary; Manuel Tanenbaum. membership lecretary; Nathan Peika, auditor; Mo-, s (Crieger, parliamentarian; and bidet Cohen. Morris Publer. Helen Sparber and Anna Kaplan, trustees Program chairman is Mrs, Louis Makovsky. Temple Emanu-El's < ir:-or Philip Brummer will present a musical program, with llv Fried at the piano. Invocation will be 1>> Mrs Krieger. ay <_y Mitzvalt Kermit Bott Will Be Bar Mitzvah Kermit Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs Rubin Bott. 1421 S\V 16th ave.. Miami, and Nassau. Bahamas, will become Bar Mitzvah during Sabbath morning services. May 26, of Beth David Congregation. Rabbi Yaakov G. Rosenberg will officiate, with Cantor William W. Lipeon rendering the musical portion of the liturgy. Mr. and Mrs. Bott will be hosts at an Oneg Shabbat Friday evening and at Kiddush Saturday in honor of their son. Kermit Howard is a seventh grade student at Shenandoah JunAwards for Se!e! Nancy Has Them Nancy Jane Pepper has been presented with the DAH Award. The honor went to the Miami Senior High School student for outstnnd ing achievement in citizenship leadership, scholarship and service to the school. Nancy is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs Max Pepper, 2101 S\V 17th st., Miami. She graduates from Miami High June 7 and will attend the University of Florida in September. Nancy also holds the Delta Gamma Award granted each semester to the outstanding girl graduate. She is a member of National Honor Society, National Forensic League. "MIAJ1I," school year book and is parliamentarian of the Girls Athletic Assn. She has, in addition, received the Honoraria Service Award and has been chosen "Miss Good Sportsmanship," "Stingaree Sweetheart" and "Miss Mistletoe." President of the Girls Council and panelist for the Miami Herald's 'Teen About Town," Nancy is the school's brotherhood representative to National Conference of Christians and Jews, Allied Youth Star of Tomorrow, the recipient of the Pepsi-Cola Award and has been chosen to the Hall of Pame. ••'• %  J ^YMay 25, U "W/$ CMfN > Art* Cohen to Head Dorm Assn. Lewis Franklin Cohen, m, Mr. and Mrs Mortimer Cohen, Normandy Isle, has been ele president of the MenReside Halls Assn of the I'nivwtoJ Miami. ^' The Assn reprcstntin| >i 1.500 men. controls all men's i mitory activities Cohen, now in his junioryesrt a prelaw student, i< also am of the highest accounting ho_ society and Tau Delta Phi frit, ty, and has been on the Dean'jl DAVID KUNl Bar Mitzvah Will Assist at Service David Lewis, son of Mr and Mrs Max Kline, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at Temple Sinai. Holly wood, on Friday night and Saturday morning. David will participate in the service Friday night and deliver a message of dedication. Traditional Bar Mitzvah service will be held Saturday morning, with Rabbi David Shapiro officiating and breaking on the theme "Short Cuts" Cantor Yehudah L. Heilbraun and the Temple choir will chant the liturgy. A reception will be tendered by Mr. and Mrs. Kline at the conclusion of the services Friday night and Saturday morning. Beth David Plans Annual family Picnic an Sunday Beth David's annual familv picnic will be held at Gulfstream Park on Sunday. Isidor Bakst. chairman, has an,-' unced that a full program of sporting events, contest, ^,1 hal lieen arranged for all levels. Serving on the committee with I are Murray Baum. Max Hand shu. Sam Levitan. Dr. Herman Meyers. Robert Purisch, I-ester nberg. Louis Rosenson. Edward Rothbart. Gus Shaw. Charles Spingarn and Mesdames Jack Geyer. Robert Nedbor. Homer Rievman, Rose Schreidel and Israel SJoUky. Ardmorr Howard, son oi Mrs. Rae Weiselberg. will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday, May 26, at Temple Emanu-El. Howard is a seventh grade student at Nautilus High and attends Temple Emanu-El religious school. Pomerance Groups Wind up Campaign Rocky Pomerance. supporters will conduct two motor marches on District 5 and several breakfast meetings as a windup in their campaign to elect Pomerance as constable in the May 29 runoff. Leonard Coleman, former president of the Civic League, will coordinate the motorcades along with Theodore Goldstein, civic leader here. In the last few days before the runoff, Pomerance will continue' his "in person" meetings with vot-' ers who gave the Miami Beach; policeman-detective top position in l the May 8 primary for constable. Additional support for Pomerance came this week as Louis Shaf; kin. former candidate for con1 stable, endorsed Pomerance for the post. "Alrmy business hf e I have beeq an appraiser," the Miami Beach businessman said. "Now I' sjw my appraisal of Pomerance.' He is the best qualified by training [ and experience. He has achieved an excellent, unblemished record' in his years of law enforcement! f am asking all my friends who voted for me to east their ballots for Pomerance this time." Ai ilmore Kumn lorr ior High and has been attending Beth David religious school for the past four years. A reception in his honor will be held Sunday evening at Hibiscus auditorium. Out-of-town guests will include Cantor Samuel Zimmelman. an uncle, of Portland. Me ; Jack Bott, uncle, of Nassau; and William YanowiU. also of Nassau. \\>t n.r-Kuhn Perry, eon of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Steinberg, will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday, May 26, at Temple Emanu-El. Perry is a seventh grade student at Miami Beach High and attends Temple Emanu-El religious school. Chapter to Mar Eighth Birthday North Shore chapter. Vl B'rith Women, will celebrate eighth birthday at a general i ing Monday afternoon in the I Shore Jewi-h Center. The chapter, organized in 1948 with 18 members, is ly the largest in the South Flo area, with an enrollment of i 800 members, serving local, and national projects. That which is the oldest newst in the chapter will be theme of the birthday program. honor of the oldest, the names i members who have served B1 B'rith 25 years or more will be I nounced. And for the newest, i cussion will be focused on B'rith's latest get together i—a social group for Greater, mi's "unattached.'' In the absence of newly-i president Mrs Emanuel vice president Mrs. Sam will preside. Annual Chains Weizmann group of Hadassah held its annual donor dinner at Charys restaurant Sunday. Guest speaker was Mrs. Dorothy Kreiger Fink. Co-chairmen were Miss Sylvia Heller end Mrs. Harry Baaaine. Double Bar hiitnak James, son of Mr. and Arthur Newmark. of 1330 SB ter dr., and Michael, son olv.i Mrs. Benjamin Wagner, 7W r enaave.. will be Bar Mitmk day morning at the Nor* Jewish Center. Bab*' Abramowitx will (deduct W> ices. Both boys are studs*""' religious school of the CsaW attend Nautilus JunierBII*_ f %  'W-'WW**. --WWA. -*wwww>~ Ralph FOSSEY is Qualified for COUNTY COMMISSION by • Education Graduate Wharfon School off Finance ond Commerce, University of Pennsylvania. • Temperament Willingness to cooperate and work with people to solve problems. He firmly believes there IS a solution to any problem. •business Background Successful Realtor, Vice-Prf*** Miami Board of Realtors. • Public Service Former Director Public Welfarf^ of Miami, Director Community CMS. Director Dade-Miami Cbarnber Commerce, Founding P"*** Boys Clubs of Miami.


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^Jjtoy 25, 19K faOead Wilt Honored Here • i. War Veterans Honor -Tof Dado County will hold K Ma> 30. 10 a.m., at Mt. r ., Morl past department Laruiri -• ite of Florida, is Jrnun ol the Memorial Day m. ^ncipal address will be Riven [Rabin Mired Waxman. depart., chaplain. Jack Silver, chap,of the Minor Guard, will chant ..pi Mo'.i' Kachamim" tradij memorial prayer. Ljcewill conclude wi'h the M of three volleys by the firnLad. under command of Maj. ;v Horn, and the sounding of Color guards of Jewish War lerans posts and auxiliaries in [area will participate with their jjvidual colors Pile services will be held at Nebo cemetery, the grave of ^rv Jewish veteran in the area. [ill cemeteries, will be visited decorated with an American Ensign Saul Grundwerg has arrived in Gibraltar on a sixmonth tour of duty with the United States Naval supply corps in the Mediterranean area. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Grundwerg, Miami Beach, he attended Yeshiva University and graduated from the University of Miami witn a BBA degree. Rabbinical Assn. Will Convene Here Rabbi Iforrii V Skop, president "! U Asm, of Florida Rabbis, announced this week the annual meeting of the Asm. to be held Monday. Hay 28. and Tuesday, Maj 29, at the Waldman Crown hotel Opening reception will be held Monday night with the members of Miami Rabbinical Assn. acting as hosts important session! will be held Tuesday on subjects dealing with integration, sectarian •n in Florida publk schools, expansion of Jewish education, exm ol Jewish youth club activities, teachers training institutes and community problems in the State of Florida. Election of officers and install* I tion banquet will close the sessions on Tuesday night. Page 7 B Three Appointed Committee Heads Leonard A. Wien. co-owner of | the Seville hotel, has been aplochet to Chair Federation Annual Meeting. Committee Heads Revealed Fred K Shu Int. editor and pubpresident Stanley C. Meyers, who a of The Jewish Floridian. said the annual event will be held been named chairman of the June It at the Seville hotel. i annual meeting of the Greater shocnc( Wednesday named Mrs. U Jewish Federation. (arl Wcinkle chairman of the appointm.-nt ol Shochet was annostCvsOS committee and Mrs by_rcderation MonU KeIig ., 0 act as chairman of the reservations committee. Shochet is the son of .1 Louis Shochet, a pioneer founder of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation in 1938. The publisher of the English Jewish weekly has lu < n active for a quarter of a century in local and national Jewish affairs, and has been a board member and director of most of the major JewDiscussing the education conference which opened here Saturday are (left to right) Charles Gottlieb, chairman, and Mrs. Joseph Duntov and Mrs. Benjamin Greene, co-chairmen ct arrangements committee. >ssey Groups iir Endorsements a!ph ; -importers this |k revealed that hi> candidac-v coun :i has been 33rd Democratic of D inty, the Demotic club ol Miami Beach and j. s |, agencies in the Greater Miami eral r. here. •ned public contactdurii III48 years in this nunity." his supporters said. Ml borne hi re. He is the oldson HI ,,,1 coal estate ierand foi mer mayor of Miami. |D. H. POSM He was graduated from Miami Schi.nl m 1926. and won area. Shochet is a member of Federation's hoard of governors and executive committee. For many years he heade.l Federation's publicitycommittee and served with distinction as a leader in Combined Jewiab Appeal campaigns. In 1954. Shochet visited Israel upon invitapointed chairman of the committee ———————— on hotels, motels and apartments! for the Mt. Sinai Hospital develop-! ment fund, Dan B. Ruskin. fund' chairman, announced Wednesday. Mt. Sinai is engaged in a fund drive to raise over S4.000.000 for a new 300-bed hospital to be located on Collins Island in Miami Beach. Wien headed up this year's Miami Beach division of the Community Chest drive. He is vice president ol Mt. Sinai and a governor of the j Greater Miami Jewish Federation. | Meanwhile. Howard Kane and Isadore Hecht have been named as chairmen of the initial gifts committee. Both Kane and Hecht are trustees of Mt. Sinai. Kane is a local banking executive and Hecht a prominent businessman. Lever 6 A Restore Dignity and Honor t. the CONSTABLE'S Office ELECT ROCKY POMERANCE CONSTABLE DISTRICT 5 Career Officer with Distin guished, unblemished Recor> Endorsed by Leadinr Citizens. 6 A POMERANCE FOR PERFORMANCE -6A (Pd. Pol. Adv.) Gif i" to Finance Sanctuary Seats A gift sufficient to complete the seating arrangement of Agudath 1 Israel Hebrew Institute was an \ nounced this week by Rabbi Isaac \ BVer, spiritual leader. < Rabbi Ever revealed Wednesday that Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schenker, 501 74th st-.. have offered a cash contribution to the synagogue sufficient to install individual seals with foam rubber upholstery in Agudath Israel's sanctuary. This is the Schenkers' second j hn'T n rea est ". letu r i: District, ureau of Jewish EducaI St Where .K h tion and in 1954 he was national tion of the Israel government, with lelor ol Science dejjree in ecofoiir ,„ hcr publishers of Knglis-hJM ir.n, the tnnersity of Jt wj>h m UM)a|H r I Miami's direc *SJffAS> S£S < NJ, ..Ijare in 1940 and H*-** ££*£ ^Z gift to the congregation, the spirit, II t^omn d i*iSI\fiJ£S organization. In addition, he is a ua | leader said, adding that the < e IN lRetrvi LS> !" ^ of ,hc Miami Hlks Bnai > >> was responsible for the com1 IiYith. an officer ... the Eonisl ,,|,, ion of the synagogue." Installation of the seating is lion, ami in me* M* %  •• slated for Aug. 1 and will be comI of 10. organuaUon W,U1 "president of the American Assn. of | p i e ted in time for the High Holy "•Key was the first president of English-Jewish newspapers. Irami Boyg club when it was nearly 20 years ago. more than three years, has been a member of the %  committee of the Welfare WiK Council, which reviews budgets of all Community <* agencies. y also is chairman of the W committee of the Miami of Realtors, which spends $150,000 a year. He is vice ent of that group and a direcot the Florida Assn. of Realtors. H'fJ EXTERMINATE CHINCH BUGS! MO 7-9207 SERVING GREATER MIAMI Free Estimate — With No Obligation FREE LIQUID FERTILIZER WRITTEN GUABABTTEE Complete Garden Supplies for Florida Living SEED & GARDEN SUPPLY 6714 W. FLAGLER ST. — MO 7-9207 les Grads [ Get Diplomas graduates will receive *1 late Friday evening of Coral Gables Jewish Di presentation will be by Louis Kisqer, education *. to Linda Solomon. Ariene •* %  Sheila ReHer. Jo Ann Matthew Bernstein. Eli '•M Beverly Jacobsoe. *** blessing will be led by *nry Cohan, outgoing PTA '-.and Mrs. Charles Rosenmcoming chairman. GUSQ hlfON H >f 'l f h. 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Page 8 B +JelstiJ1crldian_ <^fn the recall m o f <^5ociet\j August Wedding For Bride-Elect Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Marston. 945 SW 76th ave., announce the engasement of their daughter. Judith Binnie Sniderman, to Melvin Donald Marcus, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Marcus, Kokomo, Ind. The couple is planning to wed Aug. 26 ul Kokomo. The bride-elect is a graduate of Miami Senior High. She attends the University of Miami school of education and is a member of the l"M Symphony. Alpha Lambda Delta and a pledge of K:ippa Delta Theta education honorary. Mr, IfarctU attended the I'niversit> nt Indiana and the University of Miami. He served tor three years in the .Marine Corps. Lois' Betrothal to Neighbor Told Lois Zweigi nthal loves her in bor. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs Arthur Zweigenthal, I960 Marseille dr., Miami Beach, are announcing her engagement to Gilbert Bruce ,irtz. Mr. Schwartz, son of Mrs. Irene Schwartz. Miami Beach, and Nathan Schwartz. Celt %  veland. <>. lives at IBM Marseille dr.Miami Beach. A Miami resident for 17 year-;. the bride-elect graduated from Coral Gables High School and attended the Universit) "I Miami. Her fiance served in the Pacific with the Army during World War II. attended the University of Pennsylvania and graduated from the University of Miami. He is a certified public accountant. MISS CAROL BOXLEY They Will Marry In Richmond Club Miss Carol Boxley and Stanley L. Wellins didn't meet when they were attending the University of Miami. But they did meet last September at Friday night religious services when both had transferred to Richmond. Va.. schools Now Mr. and Mrs. J. Harry Boxley. Richmond. Va.. are announcing the couple's engagement. The prospective bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrc. A. Frank Wellins, l!i Montiila ave.. Coral Gables. The couple is planning a June 3 weddmi at Oak Hill Country Club. Richmond. Mi-Huxley g rad u a ted with honors from Thomas Jefferson High School. Richmond. She attended the University of Miami for two years and now studies journalism It Westhampton C ol leg e, Bichmond. Mr. Wellins is a graduate of Miami Senior High School. He attended the Universities of Florida and Miami. He now attends the medical college of Virginia, Richmond. He i> a member of Zeta Beta Tau social fraternity and Alpha Omega dental fraternity. X Bride-Elect is In Army Corps Karen R o c h e 11 e Langer Gerald Broder met in Miami and last MISS MAKILYH KATZ B. Z. Goldstrich Betrothed to Miss Ward-Both are Honor Scholars Mr and Mrs. Harold A Ward Jr.. Winter Park, announce the engagement of their daughter. Kathleen Elizabeth, to B. Z. Goldstntch. He is son of Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Goldstritch. 2838 Prairie ave.. Miami Beach. The bride received her AB decree at the University of Chicago, Myrna Burke Will Be Summer Bride Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Burke. 2271 SW 19lh ter.. announce the engagement of their daughter. Myrna llean. to Lawrence Morton Alboum. son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Alboum. 6735 SW 27th U The couple plan to wed ia Miami tne law **ool. this winter. Mr Goldstntch December at his cousin's engage ment party. Now their engagement is being announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Langer, 1920 SW 32nd Pi Mr. Broder*s parents the Simon Broders, live in Brooklyn. N.Y. Miss Langer attended Miami Senior High School, where she was a member of the Student Council and Cisum Music Group. She is in the Wacs, stationed with the Army Medical Division at Fort Dix. N.J. Her fiance attended Boys High having graduated with special honSchool, Brooklyn. A certified pubOtl in the humanities. She attended th* uni-ersity on a three year scholarship. Her fiance also received his AB degree from the University of Chicago and is completing his fifth year on scholarship, having received the Frances Kosnierel award He is the Blake Scholar in lie accountant, he graduated from New York University, where he majored in commerce and accounting. is on the law Miami High School, where she was, l ors ,or ,ne comin 8 y ear a member of Tri Beta Council. She attends the University of Florida. Her fiance is a graduate of Miami Senior High School and the • University of Florida. He is now in training at the Naval Aeronautical school, Norman, Okla. The couple will wed on June 25, the bridegroom's 21st birthday. Univ. Students Eye Sept. Rites Mr. and Mrs, Ben Wolf. 5565 La | Gorce dr.. Miami Beach, announce Miss Burke graduated from review a d W H be one of the edithe engagement of their daughter. Suzanne, to Alan Jav Baum, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Baum, Hollywood. A Sept 12 wedding is planned. Miss Wolf was graduated from Miami Beach High School, where she was a member of Phi Sigma Sigma sorority and Future Teachers of America. She attends the University of Miami. Her fiance, formerly of Hartford. Conn., is a graduate of S. Broward High School, where he was a member of the band. He attends the University of Florida, where he is a member of Zeta Beta Tau fraternity and a past member of the Florida Union Social Board. JEWISH DAUGHTER, personable, iatel lifMt, sincere, wishes (• awet aeatle %  MM feed aockerewnd, mature. Prefer %  He e ajf easier Westerner. G. V., Re* 2973, Miami IB, JOEY'S GUEST HOUSE 1253 N.W. 5 th STREET h)ic rooms, single and dowSle bd, private entrance, patio, aood parkinq facilities and bus transportation. $6-7 weekly by year. Katz, Goldberg Plan for July A summer wedding is planned by Miss Marilyn M. Katz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David W. Katz. 820 7th st.. Miami Beach, and Michael Edward Goldberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Israel Goldberg, of Hartford. Conn. Miss Katz, formerly of Holyoke. Mass., is a graduate of YVhitfield School. Miami Beach, and is a member of Phi Delta. Mr. Goldberg attended schools in Connecticut, and is employed by the U.S. government there. The couple will be married July 21 in RrbsKOS Lodc. Miami Beach. *-**< eeeeeeee# Speciofiirnf in Hand Addressing or •m/.f.fioNi, Place Cards for tVeW•"fieas. Showers, eto Mitrvohi, etc. airs, Harry ,,,„, US toy Drh; Mlmmi leach, ., fc. UN o eloJ. *••+••••• e e e & urtnnes,. S~*SJUA* &OHW/ the home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS' •ret. U.S. pat. oft AMARU MIAMI REACH FT. lAURERDAlE WEST PALM REAC4 ANN0UNCIN0 the opening of another Syhia H DESIGN FOR BEAUTY Specializing in Hair Tints 1t7 71st ST.. MIAMI BEACH Telephone UN I Ull a 1*0 SYLVIA BEAUTY SALON BELMAR HOTEL F^cry. 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r.May.25.J.9M l^cus bland'!) Hal Pelton succeeds Sidney Meyer as president of E country club. Hal also serves on the board of Lighthouse JjJlinil, Junior Museum and Gov. Collins' employ the physical!) jpped movement. Vice presidents are Carl Weinkle, Herbert l0 m ami John Sarbln. „ Ltfcoort will be treasurer, with Mayer taking over the slot %  an of the board. „.'Sydney (Claira) Weintraub, friends report, did a bang-up job IWamittee welcoming Adlai Stevenson's sister here. But, her bsay. "no wonder". Any task taken on by Claira is performed I Witness her Mothers March on Polio, which has taken on I proportions. • • r • • • • • HONORS GALOKt fLIGHT TO NtW YORK jG. Rosenberg, 1119 Collins, was among 200 students recog„ Jfonor Day ceremonies at Emory U. Don was named to i Omega Alpha, national honorary medical frat. Joan Freeman ten presented the Stevenson Medal at New York City Community [ for the niftiest scholastic standing in her dental hygiene She's the daughter of Mrs. Mildred Freedman, I960 Drexel fcrandmother Mrs. Yetta Forkosch, 1518 Drexel, will fly to New [(or Jean's graduation June 14. ilee Hand has been named to Alpha Lambda Delta, honorolastic society for freshman women at the University of ,.. She's the daughter of Mrs. Naomi B. Hand, 4750 Alton rd Mated into Phi (hi Theta, national profession busineswomen'sI lity at thi I diversity of Florida, is Sandra Thiarman, daughtes [.Samuel Thiermans, 736 13th St. She's on ol 15 charter for the Alpha Omicron chapter recently installed on • • • • • IS 8411 UNIUD MATIOHS EXCHANGE T. B. Feders, of 8620 'Byron ave., entertained Monday at a i in the Veranda room of the Saxony. Cantor Philip Brummer i week to attend the Ambassadors Ball in honor of Abba Eban ilovely wife. Cantor Brummer will sing at the stellar Saturday in Washington. |TifK him is daughter Regirta, who will accompanv her father from .Chicago Incidentally, wife Sylvia is in receipt of word from uis Biderman, away on a four-week vacation in New York and ng much of the time at the United Nations. and Mrs. Jacob D. Katz have been beaming with pride. er Phyllis was recently inducted into National Honor Society, ; I the one-year French medal and was installed as vice president I club at Miami Beach High. fters to Make Home in Gables Marri.i Hornstein and ^5* nrM9*„ Ai dmofsj) MM. WILLIAM GIVNlft [Itltter were married in the ftotel Saturday. Rabbi taowitz performed the is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Hornstein, 421 Luenga ave., Coral Gables, who gave her in marriage. She wore a gown of white lace over nylon tulle and carried white orchids on a Bible. Mrs. Sondra Kramarz. sister of the bride, was matron of honor, wearing white and pink nylon tulle. Mrs. Phyllis Weissman and Mrs. Leila Thomson, sister of the bridegroom, were flower maids, in embroidered gowns of pink nylon. SUDS, ANIMALS and SUPRochelle Hitter and Ronnie "~ MALE PARAKEETS, cater-1Thomson, niece and nephew of the CANARIES, TROPICAL ami bridegroom, were flower girl and Bascom's Pet Shop %  .ted MM. JAMS MACK H"aen at Mail Lecafieat |W. Flagler St. at 14 Awe. W & MONKEY EXHIBIT 1 0. Lacadejite, it.. Owner %  Mrs, Mmmmmmr COMBINED PET EXPERIENCE Hm 4-6362 ring bearer. Marty Hornstefh. brother of the bride, was best rnaiL Irwin Weissman and Don Farberman were ushers. A reception at the hotel followed the ceremony. Alter a honeymoon in Nassau, the couple will nralre their home in Coral Gables. Kosher Bouquet Facilities for SocialFunctions *)10ING •MWETS 'KTZVAHS >lSta 1,000 PERSONAL MAHACIMENT a SAUL HERMAN M the Oceew mi Umflm feed '0 RESERVATIONS TELEPHONE JE l-Mll MeTS. 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Kabbi Leon Kronish, Temple Beth Sholom spiritual leader, officiated at the pink and white ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Miss Cohen Weds James L. Mack thropist, 765 W. 50th st., and the late Samuel Beckerman. Her husband's parents are Mr. and Mrs. A. Givner, 800 Lenox ave. Given in marriage by her older brother, Kenneth, newlywed Mrs. Givner chose a traditional wedding gown of imported chantilly lace over satin, with fitted bodice, square neck and short sleeves. Her very bouffant skirt of chantilly Rabbi Morton Malavsky officiatlace fe over pleated nylon tulle ed at the candlelight ceremony i a n( extended into a chapel train, that united in marriage Miss Cuna I Tne bride's four-tiered French Cohen and Mrs. James L. Mack at i illusion veil was attached to a the Colony on May 20. i headpiece of matching chantilly The bride is the daughter of %  lace and tulle. She carried an arMrs Samuel Leib Cohen and the ""Wnient f *ds and J''^' late Mr. Cohen, 3662 SW 22nd ter the-valley in hands covered by deliThe groom is the son of Mr. and' c at m atc hmg lac f e gantlets. Mrs. Joseph Mack, 512 12th st Maid of honor for her cousin was Miami Beach. Sheila Lce Reiser, of New York, .... ... attired in a pink satin gown under The bride was Riven in marriage orchid tul| with slippers and by her uncle. Mr. Leon Stein, of fIowers t() match Best man fof Ambridge. Pa. his cousin was. Hyman Givner, of Matron of honor, at the blue and Havana. Cuba. White decor wedding, was Mrs. i Ushers included Dr. Arnold Dick Harden dressed in a light Sampson, Melvin Wolpert and blue, short-length gown. Gilbert Stanley Feingold. Jacobs was best man for the groom. The bride, who wore a fine and Paul Goldfarb and Lothur strand of pearls and matching Scholl served as ushers. I earrings that had been a gift from Mrs. Helen Stock, aunt of the hcr father, is a graduate of Miami bride, kept the guest book, and, Beach High School and attended Miss Myrle Iris Schwartz was solo-1 the University of Miami. The [at. | groom attended schools in Lorain, The bride is a graduate of Mi-' O., and Havana. He spent two years ami Senior High School, where i in the United States Armv. she was sweetheart of Hillel, AZA. She attended the University of followed the ceremony at the Florida, where she pledged Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority, and the University of Miami. She is a past president of Sharet B'nai B'rith Young Women. Reception and formal dinner Seville hotel. Mrs. Beckerman, escorted down the aisle by her younger son, Stuart, chose a pink beaded torso gown with silk tulle skirt. Mrs. Givner. also carrying out the Mr. Mack graduated from the pink and white wedding theme. University of Florida in 1948. | was attired in pink lace, where he received the Bachelor of | The couple flew to Acapulco and Arts cum laude. He belonged to!Mexico City. They will make their Pi Lambda Phi social fraternity, j home in Miami Beach on their reHe received his law degree at the turn. University of Miami in 1950, cum laude. where he was in Nu Beta Epsilon legal fraternity. He has been practicing law in Miami for the past five years and is a member of the Dade County Bar Assn. and past chancellor of Knights of Pythias. Dorothy's Troth Told by Mother Mrs. Pauline Feit, 835 Collins ave., Miami Beach, announces the engagement of her daughter, DoroThe bride wore a ballerina-1 thy, to Mr. Robert L. Neulander. length gown of French imported lace with a bouffant skirt. Her elbow-length veil of French illusion Miss Feit. a native of Miami, was graduated from Miami Beach Senior High School and attended the was attached to a Juliet cap. She j University of Georgia, where she carried a white orchid over a Bible. Out-of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Leon Stein, of Ambridge, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Alex Cohen, of Newark. N.J.; and Mr. Joe Edison, Washington, D.C. Following a trip to New York, the couple will be at home at 2975 SW 23rd st. after June 10. pledged Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. She is now employed by the Bank of Miami Beach. Mr. Neulander, a former resident of New York, attended school there. He served a four-year term with the regular United States Navy. No date has been set for the wedding. Tne FRANKLIN PRESS, live. TltatfaefW Worn ENGRAVED WEDDINGS CAL_L_IN3 CARDS a INFORMAL* STOCK* %  ONDR a tTTATIONKftV FlNKST QUALITY • atXCaTLLatNT SERVlCht PHONE FH 3-8308 028 SOUTHWISf TaWTH •TRaTaTT so easy to buy with your MORRIS BROS/ Revolving Charge Account pay nothing down ... 1/3 your balanco each month and NO CARRYING CHARGE MORRIS BROS. 70 I. FLAGlrt PHONE 12-4*41 i



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Page 10 B vJewistincrkfibr £. f 4* k MISS JANl SINCIK Singers Reveal Jane's Betrothal Mr ami Mrs Henry l Miami where ihe ia I psychology major ami a pli er ol loU Alpha Pi. Mr. c'arr received bis BA and IIS di 'i'"" the Universit) el Miami He ia current!) attending the i niversit) <>i rexas, studying for a PhD in psychology Miis a memlx r ol Psi Chi, national ud \ipha Omi ional service fraI' > wedding will take place in • lyn. MISS *ITA COHtN MISS MAHCIA GtlOiK Rose and Ben Goldfarb examine a display of trophies they have won for their exhibition dancing. 'THE GOLDFARB MAMBO' Diane Krause and %  Jacob Petrosky Betrothal Told Mr. and Mrs. Frank Krause. 701 nth st., Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter. Diane .loan, to Jacob B. Pctroky. use attended Syra University, Bjrracoea H.Y., and plani,) graduate from Beaver ColJenkintoarn, Pa., this JajM Her fiance i> the B0BJ of the late Mr and Mrs. Harry Petmaky, Philadelphia. He graduated with ree In buaineaa administration from Drexel Institute of TechnolPhiladelphia. During World War 11 Mr. Petrosky served with the Army The couple plan a summer wedding. 1 Yarborou§h Foreman's SH LThe foreman of ih P ^ of 'he reelection oTSfl ouRh as a county Yarbe; thU week s "PPorters MISS DIANl KKAUSt UM Sophomores Will Tie the Knot Two sophomores at the University of Miami are planning a summer wedding. Marcia Joan Gelder and her fiance. Melvin Richard Koven. have boeen Coral Gables Jewish Center Wedding Bells to for Rita Ann SucaS In making the en


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L May 25, 1956 >ff Scheduled on Tuesday county's qualified voters [to the palls Tuesday to vote [May 29 runoff. They will Late i 1 "'"" choices between Le Sen. Estes Kefauver and flllinu.Gov. Adlai Steven-;. j nocratie party prefer[, tial primary. are to be contested county commission, upset incumbent p ett r and chuck Hall deKrar.t Stockdlk in the first Ma} 3 I Jess Yarborough nK ui i : 'in his seat against bwart In District 3, ineumir will be running i contender John MacLeod. itnr 4 race will shape up Slacey Howell and Raiph both men seeking the teat of Commissioner PresBoaatable'a race, Leonard bod Rocky Pomerantz will [out for victory' in District in District 3 the contenderThelma Hardison and tills. runoff races here, in Dade residents will voice preferences May 29, are IDUV.I! opposed by George |n for state legislature in, and Luther Youngla.^ n-\ incumbent Judge 1 Sesj.il 1 in the small claims btest. Segall was appointed to Hi by Gov. LcRoy Collins. ZtZlstnerldnan Page 11 B Double celebration by Golden Age Friendship club is held at Beach branch of Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Officers and volunteers responsible for raising funds m behalf of Combined Jewish Appeal are shown honoring Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Horwitt on occasion of their 40th wedding anniveraary. Horwita, club president, displays SI30 check, later presented to CJA chairman Sam J. Heiman. Seated (left to right) are Clara Chaiken, Dora Kaminsky, Mr. and Mrs. Horwitz, Eva Friedman and Minnie Rosen. Standing rear are Joe Elman, Pearl Mathews. Minnie Sandrnnjil. flay Lessen, Bessie Marcus and Heiman. Adult Studnts Will Get Certificates "Spiritual Maturity" will he the theme of a sermon by Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz and Mrs. Mathilda Ratner, president of the Bureau of Jewish Education, at closing late Friday evening services of Zamora Jewish Center. The service will he dedicated to students of the Zamora Institute of Adult Jewish Studies. Bureau of Jewish Education certificates will be distributed. Oneg Shabbat hosts will be Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Davidow, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Goldy and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Brown, marking their respective anniversaries, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hummel and Mr. and Mrs. Irving Perlman. marking the occasions of .the Bar Milzvah of their sons, Howard .Hummel and Stuart Perlman. during the month of June. Beneficiary Agencies in Total CJA Effort as Drive Enters Final Stage ..SjEl^'nf" h f f S^K**! All employee of the Jewish agencies of the Greater Miami Home for the Aged are contributJewish Federation are participate ; ing this year, according to execuing 100 percent in the Combined tive director Maurice Jewish Appeal, it has been anHiss Eva Katz nounced by chairman Sam J. Hei-1 contributions man. Member Pearlstein. was chairman of in this important, ^ agencies of Federation agency. Albert Comanor, executive direcfell Schedules id of Talks Rowel I. candidate for icommisMon. District 4, is up his campaign in the %  off. have received substantial contributor of Jewish Family Service, also Uons, in many cases increases over. announced that there is 100 perlast year, from all types of workers cent participation in the drive by in various income brackets. Heiagency emplovees. The same is man indicated, and a unique rec-jtrue of the National Council of ord unparalleled in CJA history Jewish Women, with Minnie Feinhas been established. j berg, in charge of contributions. At the Bureau of Jewish EducaNorma Ederer and Ida Kars. at tion. executive director Louis mt. Sinai Hospital, have distributed Schwartzman and assistant Zvi nearly 400 pledge cards and report Berger conducted the CJA solicita-, gifts from all but a few. tion. At the Greater Miami Jewuh i ... f-n__i__ 1 following accepted assignTHE SWING IS TO ROWELL T*#e veninc. Rowell will atCommunity < enter, assistant direcments as solicitors for CJA at he ah fry given in his honor,£'. n Tr PP ^.^""f hospital: Samuel Gertner. execui and supporters at HomeJ lsk n were in char e <* lhe CJA tive director. Samuel Zibit. assistpark. He will then jourdr>veant director. Samuel Farber. Nathan Gaines, Beatrice Schwartz. Mary Jo Frv. Mrs. Matilda Brenner, Elmer Pickett. Mrs. Ina Edel, William McMahon. Mrs. Eva Saw| itz, John Thomas, Mrs, Josephine Gershen, Irene Makowski. Marv Wernersbach, Mrs. Edna Old Cutler rd. and Coral where supporters in that planning a turnout. At Rowell will speak to memPlff+farm TflllfQ I the Polish American club, Cowart in Final 11115. he will appear on i Courtney show, radio staSBS Faris Cowart, county commission candidate from District 1. was busy this week winding up his camStephenson, Mrs. Josephine Foster, lay il| fmd Rowell speakpaign prior to the May 29 runoff. Mildred Ann Vogel, Marie Oscar, members of the Flagami j The candidate is running on a Miss M. B. Hennessey. Carmel Grieity Center. At 12:30, Rowplatform including restrictive zonC o, Mrs. Mary Templeton, Alma ak on station WTVJ. At ling for residential areas, adequate Davis, Okel Welsh. Dolores Moss, to attend the \ county wide police protection, j Louise Carlsen. Irene Wishnack, equalization and reduction of taxj August Specse and Richard Hanes, adequate pay and pension plans. son. for county employes and greater | The entire s(aff of tne Greater county-wide recreational facilities.; Miami Jewish Federation, from Cowart has also been talking to by the Miami' supporters this week about the ln dinner and dance of m Jaycees at the Miami untry club. evening, Rowell will an is campaign by speaking sponsored ague. [Homed to Committee; Dartmouth VP Lefcoe, 2120 SW 21st MS recently been electjudiciary committee of "mouth Undergraduate student governing body *>n of Mr. and Mrs. Wcoe, is a graduate of u r High School and is in J"k>n year at Dartmouth. •n to his duties on the e .e will be holding the T e president of his class need for increased airport, hospital and road programs, closer surveillance of county institutions, elimination of home owner personal property taxes, adequate countywide fire protection, equal planning for city and county needs, deposit of county funds in interestbearing accounts and continued and increased homestead exemption. office up to executive director, has already made their increased contributions to the life-saving drive. Comptroller Nat Pollack directed the solicitations in the major Jewish agency. Heiman reported that in practically every case, the health and welfare workers in Greater Miami gave an extra gift towards the UJA emergency fund, "realizing the desperate need for saving the lives of thousands of Moroccan Jews seeking entry into Israel." In addition, it has been announced that Rabbi Leon Kronish Religious School Picnic Annual outing of the Israelite, Center religious school will be held | and Emanuel Tropp are appointing on Sunday at Matheson Hammock.; representatives in the various HeProgram will be arranged by Bob brew schools to secure pledges iMirkin, chairman. I within the next ten days. c CM i WHMTIAIII ... in the interest ot HONEST GOVUtMNtNT, we sincerely recommend lor County Commissioner T D7MacVICAR" Tuesday, May 29 Lever 3-A DADl COUNTY URGtHTW mm HIS ixmntKi" I I'd. Pol. Adv.) OUTSTANDING CANDIDATE COUNTY COMMISSIONER DOT. A FOR Stacy Rowell, ENDORSED BY THE PEOPLE, warrants the support of every voter in bis fight against special interests and pressure groups who seek to control your County Commission, He will deeply appreciate your support now and vote on May 29. With proven leadership and business ability he will work unceasingly to: • Open the doors of your County Commission meetings. • Take politics, out of Jackson Memorial Hospital and Welfare Department. e Provide immediate relief of our traffic situation and build adequate roads. • Protect your homos with a realistic overall zoning plan, e Strongly support tho U. of M. Medical School. e Provide open and competitive bidding on County contracts. e Establish County offices in outlying areas for services such as permits, licenses and voting registration. e Work in close harmony with all municipalities fn Dado County. • Hold the line on taxes by eliminating waste and inefficiency. Vote May 29 Pull Lever 4-B (Pd. I\>l. Advft % 



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Page 12B + Jew 1st FlcrAfian Jii^y.May '>ue-ts all members] Sisterhood who worked project at a dinner Matador room of the Sunday evening. Mrs. Maurice Wal( Max Mayer. ADD A R< WE SUPPLY PLANS FREE TO YOUR SPECII Alterations, Rtmodli*Q *•' • anting achittctuf*. Uj". •d. Free Eitimatri. FM CALL RAY. r* *" Dial-A-Thon Moves Into High Gear Duval Advocates Immediate Action The Combined Jewish Appeal | KopelowiU and co-chairman Alice Dial-A-Thon moved into its second Mayne Wednesday optimistically i *^ %  >% week with every indication that a predicted a record in telephone ^rffH JUrY KeDOl final tally may bring CJA within solicitations this year. LEGAL NOT reach of $1,500,000. Dial A Thon chairman M J. A steady stream of telephone Harvie DuVal, candidate for state representative in the May 29 South Dade Will Break Ground N. Kendall dr. west of Red rd. will be the address of the new nP8n by South Dade Jewish Center when ( the Center building is completed. Groundbreaking ceremonies ea this site are scheduled for Sunday noon, and construction will begin almost immediately, according to an announcement this week. volunteers have been working for, Democratic primarv, advocated the past two weeks in the Miami Tuesdlv immediate action on the office of the Congress bldg. as well as the Beach headquarters, 420 Lincoln rd. Chairman Sam J. Heiman has been assisted in the telephone Jack Carner, Lou J. A. Greenhouse. Joseph MechU w and president* of all CJA beneficiary agencies. Joint Card Forty Slated Building fund committee of Roosevelt Temple 33, Pythian Sisters, and Roosevelt lodge 177. Knights of Pythias, is sponsoring a co-ed card party at Dora August hall Saturday evening. Co-chairmen are Mrs. Manpy Rudes and Al Chaykin. JNF Council Sets Final Meeting Final general meeting of the season for the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami will take place Wednesday evening at the Floridian hotel. JNF workers who have distinguished themselves during the past year will be honored. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader of the North Shore Jewish Center, will be guest speaker. Louis Hittleman. noted violinist, acompanied by concert pianist Mrs. Ada Yaslo, will render musical selections. Temple University Alumni MM l em i ets thry IMCMM Temple University club of Miami will have its annual founder's day luncheon Tatusaarr eftaanaai Miami Shores Country club. la charge of reservations la Miss FJizabeth M Aaotine. 8975 NE secretary-treasurer of Sixth ave the club. Other officers include Dr. Charles H. McDevitt. 7 Alcazar ave.. Coral Gables, president; and Dr. Charles C. Eppelman. 901 S. 22nd ct Hollywood. recent controversial Grand Jury report so that the cloud now hang ing over the circuit court and entire judiciary can be removed and confidence restored in the courts. "Immediate steps should be taken by the Speaker of the House of Representatives to appoint a legislative committee to bold public hearings on this matter," DuVal said. DuVal pointed out that any delay in holding these hearings until the 1957 legislature convenes or until the Florida Bar studies the mat•*•-ter. cearM result in "irreparable harm and injury to the reputation of the courts and could cause the public to lose confidence in the NOTICE UNDER rteti NAME LAW KOTH'K IS HERMIT tf „. ,|„,|... .L-tiwt. "telrii bu.ln.'sunder Jj*3& Almerla Avenue. Wi 'y lu I-K-I 11 n-n "gg ,,r ,h. Circuit I <'irt "— RICH A K|' '' T Vp JIM M I v\' A „ wtl Attorney, tor APPIICMU J01 I '''' %  ;, K %  *-_ ~ N0TICE ** the un.le -'-7'''\ h rt "3 Mile. -"• H tathTH N.K. IMrl 3f^tSm Florid.: "".f^'/'Jr with the I'lerk <*J"L Marks Anniversary Motion picture. "Lsufhter Through Teara," will be shown at a meeting of the David Adetshtat reading circle Sunday evening. Place is 429 Lenox ave. Judiciary." "If after such hearings the evidence is sufficient to warrant impeachment immediate steps should be taken to place the matter before a special session of the legislature sometime this summer." DuVal asserted. S I BROS R\ i Mndrnhortt ">"* cult •'•'"•' ^(."herw'-'tl •' '* m i, lerk. dfrtl" |*df •/ B> aaaj Dea*"" 0*1



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,.Moy2S. 1956 sing Director in Chicago teal Program [jjildred Ann Vogel, R.N., %  ector of nursing at Mt. (spital. has received the ty Mahoncy award of the n Nurses' Assn. She is the %  rse in Greater Miami and Kda to receive the national [according to Max Orovitz, L of the hospital. [Vogel was presented the I (he ANA national conveni week in Chicago. The [award nw.ird is presented %  son, group of persons, %  Edition to making a signifbiribution in nursing genlas been instrumental in [opportunities to members rial and religious groups rie basi-. ntributions of the Jndi^Borsine generally and to [ration of nurses from (he groups." explained Sam%  ner. hospital executive difm'ist bo iiirrent and of longevity to permit the gets of the contribution lbridnari Mrs. Blank Dies; Was Top Leader s, u ,h\!; liza,,p,h Blank 5 7 o f %  i b ouln Sh re dr., died May 17 She came here 17 years ago from Knmklyn and was a member of Temple Beth Sholom, B'nai Brith women, Hadassah, American Jewton Congress and Mt. Sinai Women s Auxiliary She is survived by ; her husband. David; two sons, | Sheldon and Arthur; a daughter, Mrs. Arlene Alt man; two sisters and her father. Sendee, were May 18 at Newman-Gordon Funeral Home, with burial in Mt. Nebo Cemetery Pago 13 B Chapel, Normandy [ale, with burial In .star of Kavl.l Cemetery. PHILIP OREENBEBG W, •>' KM Weal 1V ,.. died MHV It. M' I .111,,. I,,.,,. |s |r Mra Ug ,,.,,„, (,,,„_ ton and waa the retired owner of a tailor 8ho|>. II,i, survived by his Wire, Annie, three daughters, a sister and lx grandchildren. Services and burial were In Boston, with Newman"" I"n.iiil Home In charge of local arrangements A NUKSE MILDKtD VOGU Mdeod Vows He'll Hold Line on Taxes IV i • EDWARD SCHMACH • ailment Mas '"I KW in, •, v "al .,. h. rorr, NV„ %  %  '" 'ha; i. mn, Kes moui ,„d ,.„,.. n mirvlve R M .„ 'V 1 ""'; 1 H with buriai in Alt \, -n u*,"^. SARA SNIDERMAN "'•> I" Sh „ %  here two """' : "-'' '' W,,i, tei Mas 770 M-: | .,;,,, „ sl „. w:iu ., 1 H;.,i, lewlh i %  • ""• Ived t ;i da ighter, Mm n two brothers, l"H.idln Inane Hoffman a %  -..., H nd elahi •_-,-, n.i.t.il Iren Ben lce vrere T-L„ „ MM l ordon imoral Home, with ine rapidly growing municipals I,;| '" su S; "" <*emetei ties of Dade county have not been getting their proper share of county improvements and aid. it was charged Wednesday T)y John Mrcommis MAX HOROWITZ n, of MO NW sith st., died May ft. A retired dreaa manufacturer, he came nere rrom Brooklyn tan years ago and %  eaves his wife, Kva; a daughter. Mis H.I/..I .sh.ihlll; four sons, including Hldnej and a brother Servf. were May M in FUveralde-Beach Mam < napei. Normsndv isle, with burial In Alt. Neno ( eniet,l v. other aurvlvora Include three children. MRS. IDA CHERNOFF of New York City, winter visitor here for many years, died lant week, sinla survived by her husband, la.uis. tin,, sons, Including Brnaat Chernoff, 16<'1 s\\ ISrd a\c. and two grandchildren. S, lilies were In New York. MRS. LENA ARENSON MJ. of Ml Pennsylvania ave., died Mas shwas %  charter member ol navld SMI. mot;,,.., Ufa member of the lh Horn,. f,,r thAu. ,| and .i "," r "' Badasaah, Hurvlvom Include a son, Samuel daughti r, Mn taiadyi DeLeon; a brother, Mas Hoif'"'"' Wld II Kr.inil.hililr.n. Scrv'• v Maj SO in Newman-flordon Funeral Home, with burial In W ilawn I "ark. Leod, candidate for Dade sion in the run-of^primary next Tuesday. "Despite county taxes which have increased more than five times during the last decade." McLeod pointed out, "little of it finds its way into the many needs of our various towns and cities. "Much of the plight of our incorporated towns is traceable directly to the fact that county and state gobble up almost alt available revenues," McLeod said. And with taxes already eating away the very foundations of our | ~J hl \', IS, of ."Ol Indian t'l • • k dr M an I died M;i17 v, v ma-n-Gordnn i Home wax in charge of arrangements. MRS. KATARINA DUBOVY [ of M \vs with st.. who came Hum New York, died Mav 1. 5he is survived b> h.r husband. Michael; a son. I..s|)e; uuPa brother. Services wi re Mas M ill RiversideI!,:,, h M.. !"'"' l [ "hapel, Plaglar St., with burial in star ,,f i ia\ i.i Cemetery. MRS. ROSE SHER of IS2S Ku.li.l av., .lied iii New York ItV follow inc. a IOIIK illn.ss Sh.was an active oiembei ,.f Keth Tfllah H terhood al thsame time her husband Hvman, who is „ .survivor, was president .,f Congregation Ketii Tfiiah Wide Width Shoes MO PROBLEM HERE I TRAIL SHOES 1646 S.W. 8 St. FR 3-6863 EVERYTHING IN SHOES & SLIPPERS FOR THE WIDE FOOT. TO 10EEE. JOSEPH MILl ER J. of_ HID Pi nnsylvanla ave., .u.-.l Mav 13. ll in,, here :.'", v.-,is ,,._.,, from Toledo, O an,I is survived bj his wife, Rav, five -onand two -i-ter. includlns Miss Itisnchf Mlllei a member of Kneseth Israel Congregation Services and burial were in Toledo, with Rlvernlde-Bach Memorial Chanel, Washington ave.. in charge locally. '-' %  'WWWWWW" e^/^^/^V^A^^^^^^^V* MRS. SADIE BAUER !. of in"? ISth st.. Miami Beach, resl.iriit here for six months ami coming from X. w York, died here, Services and burial were i>> New York, with New inan-'ioriion Cnneral Home in charge "' local arrangements. SAMUEL SIEGEL '.'" sw Kth ave., .li.d Mav N vlattfne in law-reuc*. I.I. 11.is invived by his wife. Mollie, two sons and two daughteni Ha as a member of Beth Kl Conjrreeratlon Bervlci ami burial were in Lawrence teounces Association kn Hancock Company tZalij announces his relation ith the John L I-ife Insurance jl f lfr88 SW 14th amSCma sw 66th ave.. f* Ifclnian born here in |toterl fron Miami Senior ; lrxl attended the OniMian i He is active in M civic roups in the f>and was past president [ung Adult league of the Tmi Jewish Center. llancnck ''ompany spelanphas, of life insur> s retirement, mortgage p. family security and fundlPiali/cs in group life ^walth and accident ineconomie system, the cities and towns are facing an impossible sit uation in attempting to provide needed services." McLeod listed as one of his major aims as county commissioner to "hold the' Hneon ta*e*.v He said this can be done "by applyim, the same principles of private business to county business. Whoever ^...i-cr., 1,1 unii.,,. on, heard of a man in private business |i -' %  JJrs Pearl K NM ... .. .. "'l -' Hervlce* and burial wi selling his property to the low bidv..,. Y,„I ( wi.', Gordon's i der. and buyin| from the high, 1 1 charg a ofloca l atrai bidder?" McLeod a:>ked. "I would like to MORRIS KRIEGER M, of til \w _'II, i si died Ma) 11 A r#iir,,| carpenter, he cam.bars nine years ago from Sew York and was a member of Beth Raphai I %  ifftIon He is BUI v Ived bi three %  ..I-. Ralph, William and Irvine: two daughters, Mis s.oii, Lynn and Mra. \nnle T.ynn \\ %  gmndc'H Mr en. *"'o sisl.r and his YOUR CMLO Through a well planned and carefully guided Kindergarten and Primary School program will be provided with rich and meaningful group experiences designed to develop proper social habits and positive basic attitudes—all in a happy and culturally rich environment. TRANSPORTATION and LUNCHES PROVIDED REGISTER YOUR CHILD TODAY in our KINDERGARTEN or FIRST GRADE LIMITED ENROLLMENT The Hebrew Academy 918 • 6th STREET. MIAMI BEACH PHONE JE 8-4o41 t } \ 1 > i MRS. FANNIE SCHRANK ,171 .•,.'. -oiiins ave 'ii' i serve Dade/Ku. rsi|l. i:. ... h Memorial I VYashUiKto in haige Of county as one of the live commit.i, l( .,aamngements. sioners. But more than for mj - her husband, i. s. ., daughter, Mm (Sladyi Humuhi II. Harold I n ... .. 1 \.-. L-|..._ •P forum Meets ffoup Forum of MontiTMBgrecation met Wed*"ng al the home of Mr. PPh Parkar, 16175 NE tjopic ol discussion was He East." In), ri • I .,.., i.n, \i rr i:'. inoi i'• i kman and Mi %  nor,.„, • %  iankensteln; two brothel new to Dade county, 6r to-business; inn, s ami Miium Henjamin: and nciu.uui}nin,w andchlldren, Hervlces were small and big." 'May l". In Riverslde-Beacll Memorial %  A %  %  ei— %  >, %  < y ^&'-eA~-^i>eA>^^_ LET'S FINISH THE JOB! ON MAY 29 i; L K C T Faris COWART County Commissionor lUst. 1 PULL 2-A LEVER rwM ,i',l Pol. Adv.) WTVJ Television Program Schedule Friday thru Monday FRI. SAT. SUN. MON. (HI .Morning Show I 15 •" Sign On Child. Rospel Ii Show, W.-aih.r J_ ".ve at Wife !Tom. Search Quidlng Light Unroll Your Chiidren JVoir ••.•! %  the NORMAMOY MUSIC & ART CAMP 1 g^2?ffl?^ t as%  %  — I-: oni draaMitici. m ATHLETIC PROGRAM ^ Cfk Swimmi n 9 r-.. • WW, •wlinmlwt acttvltlw etwttrtd t th. Mart* $"• "'t • %  •ti.. Hi hlv MlM rafassUwg4 staff. „ SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM • Remedial ReWing and High UU—\ $tai#rs. wmniion Coll %  —. %  iui,on -ON 6-6811 81 IIAKRITZ DIIVI 1 t*CH, Flo*. wA STATE ACCHDMD NORMANDY SCHOOL I 3(1 "" Noon Killtlon Klshlng Club I Christophers Noon Edition Id Shopper ilnicle Shopper Guide ;i" World Turns To It.Ann'cod Hill Hi.-kok World Tunis IS Mas..hall |'r. > _^ on Menu Magic Dodg.-Olanta 151 ;i" House I'arty 4f.| 2=; .." Big l'ayoff 18 :to it,ii. Crosby C. Dodg.-Glants ''•.n-liKorner I Menu Magic T<> Re Ann'ead I To Be Ann'ced I House Tarty I |__^ Bowling Time I Big Payoff i Bob Crosby ii .laki.-'s House Do.lg.-i liants Big I'ii.ture Ja<-kie' House ir, •• I I | :io ICIgf of Night 'Adventure M I 1 I Edge of Night 00'Alec Gibson ir.l • V> )., Glenn, Mickey ITo Be Ann. eil Disneyland Teh phone T. I Alec tllbaon I OOlClenp, Mickey I:, Superman |SI 4.". Hong. Kdwards I'OI llss Archer Capt. Gallant II Weather, Sports.Lone Ranger I., K.nnk Reports I lSO'KVienil Flleka Brown. Wthr. !Jack Benny 4.-,| !Jack of Spoi'tal JGIenn._ Mickey Tou Are There IGlenn Ml,kf>> I Annie Oakley Marionette* News Pi cture ID. Kdwar.ls W'ther, Sport a ; 11,-ni, k Report I Robin Hood studio r,7 7 8 OOlMama iv %  SO Miss. Brooks 4.11 ill'njmooners i Stage Show I !Kd Sullivan I Burns, Allen 'Talent Scouts mi Dr Hudson lil 30 Star Playhouse Always Jan. SI •>• i •• Two F. Money R'nalil Reagan U laive Lucy Man Called N !TV Theater i mi I .in, up Cunsiruflt* $ti4,m


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PageMB Musical Tribute Will Fete Cantor Kelemei Ralph Spero, president of Temple Beth Sholom. announced Wed ,v tlKit the entire weekend of May 25 to 2(> will be deducted >v the congregation and the coninninil> to the ob-ervaiHo of Cantor Samuel Kelcmer's tenth anniverlry at the Temple. Rablll Leon Kronish. spiritual leader >>f the congregation, h..In vited Cantor Irving Robinson, of tiv Coral Gables Jewish Center, and Cantor Jacob Rornstein. of Temple Israel of Miami, to participate in the sci-Mces Pridaj evenini and Saturday morning, respective d special lalections will be meorpoMted into the reguUr nrvka in tribute to Cantor Kelemer by his colleagues. At the dinner in the Cantor's honor, which the congregation is Kkni^ p& MMarL Communtty leader Harry Mufson is co-chaiiman of a dinner in honor oi Rabbi Irving Lehrtendering him on Saturday evening man Sunday evening at Wald; ,t the Sevllfc hotel, music, too, will mang Crown hotel. Friends of he the ke>notr according to Leon he Jewigh Theo i 0 g, cal SeminaJ Ell, dinner chairman America are sponsors. A musical tribute will be feaJ_ £2. tured in the program. "Although Rabbi Manus Hansom, of ft. LauDaughter born to Mr. and Mrs. derdale. will be keynote speaker. Bernard Lippman Apr. 6. all other tributes will be musical," Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs Ell said. Robert Bender Apr. 6. The tenth anniversary dinner ^ ^^ {Q Mr and M stan'ey I committee under the chairmanship p ra( ( ^pr. 5 <>t Ell consists of Mrs. Sol S. Fine. Son hom fl Mr and Mpg Q^„\ ea t Mrs Barn Cameron. Jacob C. FishRost nkran2 Apr 5. man. David I> Pollack. James M ^ ^^ |(J Mr apd Mpv Arthur Local Leaders Honer Segall Top busine-s ;.nd n-ofession.il „„.„ .... continuing their Minor! ,,f Ju !.. Sidney L Segall. Judge of the Dadc count* small claims curt In his race for the May 29 runoff. Judge Segall, a candidate to remain In the bench to which he was appointed last August by C.ov. Leroy Collins. %  lauded "for maintaining his court calendar despite his busy camnaign schedule.' Ju.' ill, who set a record for the number of cases he has handled since his appointment. has bet te red hi> own record by handling MOO cases since September, the largest numNr of cases handled in so short a time. The judge has reduced the court calendar so that now cases can he heard in less than six weeks. It us,.-1 to take six months. Judge Segall is, running on his record as a jadge and his* tfTjnlifi cations' 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 than three years under a service appointment by the U.S. attorney general. £!<%.MayJ 2-4'i ACRE PIECES Htfh mni cltartd\ an pwi $7,250 Mch. Near St. Incut Canal Statt Hiahway 76. NORMAN E. BUTLER tEAlTOX 13030 N.W. 7th Avt. MU 11440 0PA-10CKA INOUSTtlAL 235' FRONTAGE RR Siding — CBS Building, 525,000 with only 56,000 Down. Excellent Tartm. Caff WILLIE ABRAMSKY HI 65712 FR 31901 RAYMOND C. ASMAR, Realtor Sunset Cc Mortga^ We Can Offer To Well-Secured l$t L "t inttmt n jj that art m*^] 7225 S.W. 57ti I So th Miami ^HOWMOMu Unlimited Funds ftr Top ^rode Industrial and Commercial Mortgage Loans R. K. COOPER, INC 2733 PMCC 4, laaa Bl... HI 4-4611 Albert Ud Mrs Irving B Kaplan. Births MT. SINAI HOSPITAL Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Won dell Myers May 8 Daughter l>rn to Mr. and Mrs Melvin Murofl Mas 8Son bora to Mr and MrHarold Priehling Mej 1 Daughter born to Mr and Mrs. R-rt Stuart May 7. S..n txirn to Mr and Mrs Martin Kleiman May 2. Son horn to Mr. and Mrs. Leon StoUcr May 1. Daughter bora to Mr and Mrs. Herman Rothstein May 1. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Morris Waldaoan Apr 30. Son born to Mr. and Mrs Jerome Schulman Apr. 30 ... SOB born to Mr. and Mrs Martin "MMieS fO Graduate B nlr„ht Pr ^ a. .. Nursery-kindergarten school Daughter born to Mr and Mrs spon90red bv lh Slste rhood of the n a U h T V w w r "' G**** J '" h Center 3 Daughter born o Mr and Mrs. fto d graduiltlon ex „ cises Fnd sTn hnrnlo "H V? Jun • the Center. Rabbi Morri. FlkTn A^r%7 *"* *""* Jack ( S kop and Lou.* Sebwartrman. of nT..oMr1kn ... th Bureau of *••* Education. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs Bieler Apr. 5. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Stein Apr. 4. Mr. and Mrt. Bernard Norman— BOO, Apr 2. Mr. end Mr. Morton Levin—son. j Apr 2. Mr. and Mrt. Myron Spondor —' daughter. Apr. 2. Mr. and Mr*. Milton Brenman— son. Mar. 29. Mr. and Mrt. Herbert Novack — > daughter. Mar. 29. Mr. and Mrt. Howard Rotenthal daughter. Mar. 28 Mr. and Mr*. Jerome Blank—son. Mar. 28,Mr. and Mr*. Richard Rosen—son. Mar 26. Mr. and Mr. Jos* oh Liebmjn — daughter. Mar. 25. Bertram Feffer Apr. 27. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs Leo Martin Apr 27. will be guest speaker*. Mrs. Herman Fisher is supervisor. 12.000 Acres TO IE SOLO IN 10 ACH TRACTS OR %  ORE. North lai* Toono-ai Trail, to •ad Collier Cooaty, fraaa $65 to SI •er acre. Aha teverot aaien of Call froafaft at Cedar lay at oaly $35 •or acre. CAll HEATH 84*3475 or IEN MILLER, e.eam, ..* Sa-daytie-6032-or MRS. StaHtAN, 4-S71S. EUREKA and NARANJA AREA 10 20 Sisee ER ACRE $40 JOS sisoo rat ACRE S acres oaoa p l ailewl tcoriHed Sisee PER ACRE 2': ecroa heflli o l wi l ani Marffied 0WNER-817-2102 Doctors Hold Sixth Seminar at Sinai Mt. Sinai Hospital held its sixth annual postgraduate seminar on "Recent Advances in Dianosis and Therapy" through Sunday at the Fontanebleau hotel. Faculty included Dr. Alexander Brunschwig. Cornell I'niversity; Joseph J. Bunim. National Institute of-Arthritis and Metabolic Diseases; George Crile, jr., Cleveland Clinic Foundation; Maurice Greenhill, University of Miami; Keith S. Crimson, Dnke University. Drs. Ralph Jones, jr.. University of Miami; Louis Letter. Columbia University; William F. Reinhoff. jr.. Johns Hopkins: Hans Seyle, University of Montreal: Solomon Silver. Columbia; and Edward Weha. Temple University. Executive committee foe the seminar here includes Drs. Mor. timer Abrashkin. Jack Falk. Bernard Goodman. Robert Gray son. Jesse Halpern. Saul Kaplan, Louis Lemberg. Leon Manheimer, Jacob Neber, Julius Pearson. Jandon Schwarx. Theodore Strnhl. S. Charles Werblow and William Wickman. Dr. Falk headed the banquet committee. with Dr. Lemberg in charge of exhibits. Dr. Harold Rand was in charge of publicity. 1 I&U IvjGUST BROS dYr ji t h at sj i 20 Acres High W0 FT. R0A0 FRoiJ *'.000 PER ACRtj 20 Acres IDEALLY LOCATED oj FRONTAGE ON SHVE||| OniVE, 330 FT. WEST Oft '-S00 PER ACM | Keen-lovell Reel 16121 reawtlawM CALL FOR APP0NTH Phone 817-9 rTJjGUST B?0S| fa the bl r' • NAPLES ACREAGE 5-ACRE TRACTS Located 6 Miles from Naples-S75 Down, $24 perl 20-ACRE TRACTS located DNtECTlY on Now Naples-lmmokalee Unusually Low Terms NO INTEREST MO-ACRE TRACTS $60 per Acre and up Write for FoM Information SUN COAST REALTY SEN W. f. STAINAKM, f*f. a7ter 630 5th Avt., So., Naples, Fie. Phono: Midway 3-2801 LOCAL NOTICB HOMESTEAD 10 ACRES PINEUH0 HOMESTEAD IS HURTING for ORDER OF PUBLICATION HOUSES tarma \Um kmt. ^V. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OT THE !" "' uoto ••. W have OthSV E S NTH JUO'CIAL CIRCUIT OF w AcfaQm aU OTOJT th State ft P. L>. A • IN AND FOR DADE: MI PW-IJI ewnn %  1 IN CHANCERY. 0 rToclda. SNYDER. Broker. 80-9914 — Eraning. 84-6711. Sunset Island 4 $35,000 Attractively Furnished 3 Bedroom, 2 Both Home COUNTY NO 19047* BKNJVMIN lU'THHKIl. i JKAN IHTF>RKRr; auiT FOR DIVORCE TO .IKAN l? •TMIll lirj llvj Rhorc l'nrkv Braoklroj, N> Torfc Tou. JKAN R'ITH atifl*i. • ru ,y. _^ _. or l^for.. thr Hih '1> ..f .1 :n^. |!V< "•"•' %  ^••" •*• *<" •>•§ If Km fml to to w. ju.iani.nl i.v u,-foraiMea if *• deir*4. ffctl'l will b* (.ik.n anal rli-f driiuinilf. K~..:lla. alt \V rvu-RNOTER IVIHIIV t'terk. r. ILIIMtl REAOV FOR DEVELOPMENT 117 Acres All SET FO* 75' 10TS Coat f U.S. 1. ciM ta Homiituf Air %  <• High pin* land located •*'• th prcttnt demand far honfi it the grralaat Prct far FHA VA i finanta. I3.S00 an acre, vary hoaral tarma. DOROTHY B. FlYNN, ffeoffor meeieioM PM, MO 7-na* %  tad ma J 2J21 Regatta Avo. Call Owner-JE 1-0107 AUGUST BROS R>-; Fl l> [lirBMf Specialists sioce 1924 in dbeke rool ost ore M Tropical Soofowest fiorida larva Acraata. Wafarfraat, kaMMh, Hl^eiwfaTy rrMHVM lowNIt JEFFCOn RIAin INVESTMENTS 2400 FltST ST. FOOT MTUS, FlOtMA S-A471 LARD OF PROMISE r~ Uf fo.a ala a^t a p. H^ atRra !" r+i$ -. AH FWrMa tmi h m §m4 ar.ta*at-kat K "" %  t I • • A ^a>^afabaa oairEf OOOf BBOT •W ..aataa.r 044. H. Tlfaa^araTHbMiM*.-|" r* H Wy H taOa-> • IWrt rihrfi ^, r km. Imi .Horfaa.. •^•^" &f ^^.irlJjM booai aoM atoc* i mm* %  laaliia rooi OM Stott **V*~y wt kort *ow Maat aeeeeo ocro* • **• tf S ^j "WlfO I laiaa" Oa^ oaHartwrf IMOM mU I— — :m to it* er*#-i.i0 fre se% • He** Tint """^ ^ ywr Safety C0UIEJ* COUNTY BARGAINS i..t lacatiM mmd taiL Nih altaatfc <•*** Arwi. 998 par acra, a*. Wa> odTavHa* only Bcotjcrln ACT**/* Mr. Webb K. M. JONES REALTOR N. W.



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Hoy 25 1956 Dade Groups imunity Fete ... %  nibly" for Isby %  < 0 { North Miami Wed9, at North) |feh i ker was Rabbi Irving Di spiritual leader of Tem:i Beach, who Hi,, i, on the current ithe Middle Salt. nan "I th assembly *nd r Combined Jewish Ap, e in this city is Morton [He i assisted by co-chairFred lilank and RabbM lolica Sponsoring organNorth Dade Jewish I North Dado Jewish Center Iclub. North Dade Jewish Sisterhood, North Dade Center teen age clubs, |Dade chapter 809 B'nai (forth Dade chapter Wornnerican ORT, Albert Einup of Hadassah, Temple the Greater Miami Jewition. his announced that the community leaders are n the committee of the LalS f V nd Chapler hold Pi"' (left To S JtS C M 8 a V aS1S cl "bShown rh !" £ ngh,) re M 8 Car line Sachs, new tTZJT 1 ?*?; ? QVid Sachs immediate past present of lodge; Mrs. Jane Robin _fhapter past president and installation son, cochairman; Ben Essen, master of ceremonies; Mrs. Essen; Ted Robinson, lodge past president and installation co-chairman; Mrs. Gertrude Kirschbaum. immediate past president of chapter; Frank Kershner. new lodqe president. ^ Apf e 1 ha u m Nathan ijr. Val Bloch. Dr. William Mrs. Frank Brant, Dr. Irezin. Frank Biel. Irving ark, Dr. Albert A. Feldvid Goodman, Dr. F. F. jr. Mrs Charles Hinoer, and Mrs. Edward FP & L's 30th Annual Report Shows Florida Economy Continues to Grow Thirty thousand stockholders in, in aerirultiiro ami. t every state in the nation and many 'IncSea'tt te/thaV !" = foreign countries will receive Florlast year, it now exceeds SSMSX .da Power & Light Company's 30th lion annually m "' annual report this week, contain-; Industrially, the state is also 2U a ,17" f 2" W in Eaininfi new *** according o 1955 and a report on the forces the report. Manufacturing plants wh.ch are shaping Florida's have doubled since 1946 and manusotind expanding economy." facturing income reached $1 MlWritten in hard-hittin*. reporlion over and above value of raw tonal style and chock full of facts materials used and figures, the report names 1955 Uranium, new chemicals from as Hondas best year yet. the pine tree, pulp and paper are Highlight of the 14-page, macaa few of the state's products credzinc-type report was a letter to the ited with helping manufacturing stockholders from (lov. I.cKoyColemployment to Ml new records. | re J. B. Keys, Una, hailing Florida Utilities for Florida has actually exceeded Maurice H. Lfr'Keeping pace with, and giving gains in Mich great manufacturing jrgeN. Leader. Tobin Mes-jleadership to Florida'sustained states as Illinois, Indiana, Pennsyl•r. Benjamin growth in population and business vania, New Jersey and Connecticut, •k Powi Mrs. Nat Robactivity. it was stated. I : M.IX "Growtog two and a half timej ^ear-round visitoi een as pOliordI Schiller. Andrew M fns| M lhe MUon FIorida is h) another stabilizing influence which Al Sherman, Mrs. H f;M( M ,| ( V( 1((pJn ,, ^able state in ,s !" *n8 firm markets in resort Spelton, Ar, hl> ,.„„,„ ( m( ( own am • IV l n SCb I l Ed < !" yourself." Go* Collins wrote, pun f ,.,Thaw Hcrry thcn intlu(|( d ;in imit;i ,:„ n ,„ >t;irt Waxman. Ernest a busiru ,^ u n un ,„,,.,,. the year corroborated these statistics and reflected the way in which Florida is outstripping the rest of the nation in development of population and prosperity. imne BUYS CLOSE IN NEAR BAY 250 Acres High Pine, Subdivided into over 500 Building Sites. VA & FHA APPROVED. Ready to Go-Exceffenf Terms DOROTHY B. FLYNN, Realtor 7210 RED ROAD PH. MO 7-25*8 _____ Pago 15 B — 9 Card Party Scheduled Card and mah jong party is scheduled by Louis I). Brandeis Women's club Sunday evening at the Seville hotel. In charge of reservations arc Mrs. Gladys Plotkin and Mrs. Alice Edwards. 1956 SUMMER PRICES ON MARTIN COUNTY ACREAGE in Fast Growing Stuart areawill double in value by 1957 1,600 ACRES 2 road frontages (2 miles) West of Stuart— Worth double askinq price of 1110.00 per acre. 29% down—5 equal annual 5". interest. 385 ACRES 1.320 feet on paved road—good land. Buy and sell off in 1-5 acre tracts nr : developQuick action takes at S225.00 per acre—*9% down 5 equal annual 5*. interest. 590 ACRES With 3,500 feet on turnpike ac road. A steal at $875.00 per acre—29% down 5 equal annual 5% interest. 2,000 ACRES 1V4 mile of U.S. No. 1 frontage—10,000 feet on State Road 3,000 feet of waterfrontage (St Lucie River) 2 miles of other road frontage. Fast action required to buy at $550.00 per acre. 29% down—7 years on balance. 1,700 FEET WATERFRONT on beautiful St. Lucie River (17 acres) and on Intra coastal waterway by the famous St. Lucie Inlet. Home, guest cottage. Ideal for marina, or vacation spot for executives, hotel, etc. — $175,000.00 — excellent terms. M. P. NELSON, Realtor P. 0. BOX 1281, STUART FLORIDA No telephone information please Joseph Wcnger and Harry [School Will late Students will he awarded to 12 honl studentttha anuuul summer comexercise. rs throughout the state.' The company rth during Chairman of the board McGregor Smith pointed out in his letter to stockholders that planning and building ahead to keep pace with the state's rapid growth and exa PP ointed to ,hc umpired Mrs. Hardison in May 29th Runoff Mrs. Thelma Hardison, who was panding economy continued to be the utility's "biggest job." constable's term of her husband, killed in the line of duty and who; iwas reelected four years ago, is Its ten-year expansion program acajn a candidate jn thc May 29 s who nave has twice been revised upward. runo __ Wh school studies dur-|from a $332 million figure set m -^ ,, ardison Wednesday said nonies to be held Friday 1951 to a new high of $435 mi.., am confident of victory in the the auditorium. | lion, to cover expansion of comS( cond primary and win continue ward G Lear will be guest Pany facilities during the ten year* toRcthor witn my ca pable depuending in 1961. ies (nc qujek, efficient service Keyed to FFL's year-round prorendered in the past in the sen the ceremonies a play, |8ram of boosting Florida, particj n g 0 f warrants and criminal paMant."'win |„. presented by u'arly in investment circles, the pors and the duties of the office PS ^Indents. Those in the' r e P ort included as much informa0 f constable at the public's beck Vh OUTSTANDING Small Acre Tracts In Collier County Near Naples Acre Jwve Evans, Donald Stone. 1 Ellen Gross and fhbaefc. -and awards for -schol"lence will be presented the tion about Florida as it did about ;md ca n a t a n times, as I have in FPL. I the past. Five facets of J^ufi(lt>V.UM!Ntir r,h Snor I>nocratic club is "T Circuit Judge Pat Cannon. Shown 15 "igning are (left to right) Morris tor. Joe Russell, third vice presin Hoffman, president; John Mahoney, treasurer; Judge Cannon (seated), Lou Wolff, second vice president; Lawrence Green, executive secretary; and Frederick N. Barad. first vice president. Ovr 8,000 Asm *f Hws tya* •< snf*rtr k Mi MO by thU *Hnm Wrsta • SajSSB &f •* • brochure ^ SUNSHINE REALTY "jkti anckh ihs Sun Land and lavMfmMt Sfeiolisfs // Noptes Office 878 Fifth Art. So. Phone Midway 2-4291 Pompano Beech Office P.O. Bex 1606 Phones 3 3201 3-2803 SUNSHINE RIALTY 1 Name Address City Sfo* Without obtigotion pfeO,e snd me your FREE fcVdchuM on these 2 section*.



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*L**istrk>rklto!L GLOBAL SHORTS HASHES EROM THE NEAR EAST ISTANBUL (JTA)—A front page attack on Jews has cost the newspaper Buyuk Dogu (Great East) a three-day suspension. accord.nR: to a military communique issued here. The newspaper has a small cjculu tion The article, by Necip Fazil Kisakurek. who has served .severe pnson terms for similar offenses, charged that the Jews had. '^hm,. ihe.r h.storv. sought to destroy Turkey. It also saddled the Jews with ,,Monsibilitv for a revolt With* the Democratic Party against its leader. Premier Adrian Menderes. and charged that the attack was a cover lor an attempt by the Jews to destroy the party. ALGIERS (WNS)—In a fresh outbreak of fighting in the Jewish quarter of Constant ine. a city some 200 miles east of heresix person. were Wiled and lour wounded on Sunday. This followed the wounding Ol IS Jews the dav before during a series of running battles between Arab rebels and Europeans m that city The 13 Jews were injured when %  hand grenade was thrown, presumably by an Arab, into a Jewhjh cafe on the edge of the Jewish quarter of Constantine. After shots we..' fld elsewhere in the Jewish quarter, also by Arab terrorists, the European vigilante forces retaliated in a series oilraids or. cafes and -hops in the Arab quarter, using submach.no guns chiefly Arab ia>ualt.e> were put at about 15 dead and nearly 40 wounded. NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS LONDON .WNS>-Mrs. Helen <\ Bentwich. wife of Prof. Norman Bentwich. O.B.E., has been elected chairman of the I-ondon < ounty Council, which is the local governing body of the London area^ Mrs Bentwich il tb <-<>nd Jewish woman to be so honored, I.arly Nathan having been chairman in 1347 48. and the fourth woman to rereive the nighesl office in the 67-year history of the L.C.C. Dptfd Ben C.urion. who spoke to Haifa's Mayor Abba Hushi by tele phone the Haifa Industrial Exhibition was kept closed last Saturday. 1 Heligious groups had charged that by remaining open on Se'jrdajrs the Fxhibition was 'desecrating the Sabbath." The Haifa municipality an nounced that although it would continue to tight against what it termed •enforced conscience." it had decided that the exhibition would be opeaonly on Saturday nights in order to avoid incidents. NAT 6AM! 300 •• ** kmjSJ BONN WAS. -The Grand Gross of Merit <.f the Federal Bepublic was bestowed this week upon violinist Yehudi Menuh.n by West German President Theodor Heusa at a reception in the presidential residence Mr Menuhm made his Berlin debul as a 13-year-old in 1929 islol with an orchestra conducted by Bruno Walter. He was one of the first Jew ish artists !,, play for German audiences shortly after the war, often donating proceeds of his concerts to charity. PARIS WNSi—The French Government has announced that it will deliver 12 more Mv-tere .i<'t fighters to Israel to augment the dozen delivered last month Thou plane* were urgently sought by Israel to balance the Soviet jel bomben and fighters purchased bj Egypt. A French Foreign Ministry announcement said that the United States had waived >trights to the delivery of these planes under arrangements that culled tor the manufacturer to deliver them to NATO. ZURICH .WNSI Mordecai Oren. Israeli Mapam leader, who for nearl) five years wai confined in %  Czech prison camp on charges ot Pspionagi I here this week after being freed by the Czech authorities den. who was implicated in the Slansky "treason" trials in Prague and sentenced to IB years' imprisonment, reasserted his inno Oj the charges on which he was convicted. Mr. Oren was met here bj Ins wife Who flea in from Israel He said that while he was not misted physicall) by the C/ech authorities, the methods they Use arc quite formidable ON THE AMERICAN SCENE LOS ANGELES (JTA) — A charge that the 57th Assembly District Republican Committee, which covers Studio City, Hollywood and part i \orth Hollywood bad endorsed the view that anyone who supports el or the United Jewish Appeal is disloyal to the United states was made in a front page editorial in the "Valley Jewish News" here. A subsequent editorial said that I copy of the first editorial mailed to the chairman of the Los Armeies County Republican central committee and the chairman Of the National Rapublien committee had failed to elicit an] response. BOSTON (JTA) Dt Harry C Solomon, head of 'be Department of Psychiatry at Harvard medical school and medical directo* of the Boston Psychopathic Hospital, has been name.I president el. < %  ..I the American Psychiatric tsan at its annual meeting in Chicago. The ..sociation has's (l nic 90 members, more than MM) ol whom have been trained by Dr. Solomon himself WASHINGTON (JTA) William Friedman. 64 year -old code expert, has been voted $100,000 by the Senate for his 35 yean of service is the government's top crypUnalytt The unusual measure is intended to compensate Friedman, in part, for seven machines he invented but could never rxbibit cominerc i,.lh because they were anil still aretop secret. LIBERTY, N.Y. i.ITAi Support for the expanded adult education program of the Conservative movement and for the greater stress ,,n youth activities and leadership training proposed by the Jewish Theolal Seminary of America and the t nited Synagogue of America was pledged here at the closing plenary session of a convention of the National Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs, an affiliate of the (on y,ervative movement. LATEST WIRES FROM ISRAEL TEL AVIV (WNS*—Rabbi Yeehiel Maximoff. of Samarkand. Soviet Uzbekistan, who served as the only religious Jewish functionary in the whole territory, arrived this week in Israel. He told newsmen that the religious life of the Jews of Samarkand, fabled ancient city, had remained untouched throughout the Communist regime. JERUSALEM (WNS) — The Foreign Ministry has acknowledged that the Israeli Government had wrongly accused Egyptians of having violated the frontier last Monday at Nirin. near the Gaza strip. A spokesman said Israelis, and not Egyptians, had crossed the demarcation line in that incident, Israeli laborers and "a patrol protecting them" having entered the Gaza strip by "mistake." On the same day. however, an Israeli military spokesman stated that "a number of shots were fired this morning from an Egyptian position at an Israeli Army vehicle moving within Israeli territory near Ein Hashlosha village." TKL AVIV (WNS)—Following the intervention ot Prime Minister iORTOX TIRE U. S. ROY \l I Ms^Qti £^s HHtNW DURING THIS AMAZING SALE COME BY AND SEE FOR YOURSELF! AT NORTON TIRE PROTECT YOUR NMIL1 with Blowout-Proof Steel V,'e have if! Kew Safely Age • • y' y*! fhe only tire with a flexible tfeW Safety Crown'that makes tread BIOWOUT-PROOFI AMAZING TESTS PROVEIT! t i ./ KING SIZE ALLOWANCES FOR OlDffl EASY CREDIT jTfe OVM 32 YEARS kirUiKmi DIALING ASSURfS YOU or BETTER VALUE it BETTER SERVICE NORTON TIIH^ MIAMI 1 500 W. 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May 25, 1956

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
May 25, 1956

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:01477

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
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tome 30Number 21
Miami, Florida, Friday, May 25, 1956
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Jiwuh FtepMian Exclusive
[pr**;t'ntial hopeful Gov. Adlai Sttymon told this
i, Monday night that the present Administration's
t1 ii to continue withdrawing from its commitment
r the 1950 Tripartite Declaration, in which tho United
, Great Britain and France are pledged to guarantee
JrtMiOfl and existing Israel-Arab borders as set
by the 1949 armistice agreements.
iGev. Stevenson's statement was a reaffirmation of a
Jitstr ttstement made to this reporter here several weeks
L which also emphasized his belief met tiny Israel's
beierr*nu,t regain basically unchanged, and came prior
or^r^iTT *-"i-h"<'P """ television
program with Tennessee Sen. Boles Kafeuver.
mm'.Stevenson indicated hie-belief^heteh. Tripartite
Declaration. ,f successfully enforced, could have kept
understand, ha Mid, that Israel is her. to stay, adding
that arms to Israel to counterbalance recent Egypt
acquisition of war materiel from Red-dominated Cz.cho-
Slovakia was a fundamental necessity.
During the course of the Monday night television ap-
ptarance. Gov. Stevenson, who returns to Miami Saturday
in his tour of the state for the May M preferential Presi-
dential primary, apparently indicated that he was prepared
* urge a meeemg between Isreel. the Arab nations, the
4ig "Miree end the Soviet Union "be it in Cairo or any-
where else" in an effort to resolve the Near East con-
troversy.
Reliable sources indicated Gov. Stevenson's belief that
failure on the part of the Arabs or Russia to acquiesce to
such a meeting would be proof of their unwillingness to
be a partner to a peaceful solution.
This reporter arrived at Miami Springs Villas early
Continued on Page 2 A
jMjjff TIPS ADAS fUK BY PQjjg agger
ioviet Presents New Model Jet Plane
As Gift to Egypt Strong Man Nasser
I \ (.ITA)Egyptian Premier Col. Gamal
del Nasser was presented with a Soviet Ilyushin
|jet plane :i~ a sift by the Soviet Ambassador
The plane is the same type used by
M leaders Bulganin and Khrushchev on their
ent trips abroad.
p i ..plian newsman newly returned from a
MID VESSEL DUE TO BE SOLD
JERl'SAI.EM (JTA)The Cairo radio announced Wednesday that
ypt wculd place on sale the Israeli vessel Bat Galinj which was seized
*n it attempted to sail through the Suez Canal nearly two years ago.
crew was eventually returned, after pressure from the United
ens, but the vessel was not returned because the Israelis would not
*pt it unless it was allowed to continue its journey through the
Dal.
Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the World Zionist Organization,
dnesday categorically denied a charge by Egyptian Premier Nosaer
the enect that the Zionist Congress had demanded the "liberation"
the
lecal visit to Israel declared Wednesday Israel is
aiming, with American hacking, at economic domi-
nation of the Middle East. The newsman is Ibrahim
Izzat. diplomatic correspondent for the Cairo weekly
Rose al Youssef. He is the first Egyptian to enter
Israel on a non-war mission since the Jewish State
was founded in 1948.
The Egyptian journalist reported
in his first article that the Arab
boycott in effect since the Pales-
tine war of 1948 was essential for
protection of the Arabs against Is-
raeli dumping. He wrote that "the
day Israel is permitted to smell
the air in the Arab states" by
lifting of the boycott it would
start a dumping program sufficient
to kill any Arab local industry.
Describing Israeli industry as
flourishing and expanding, largely
supported by American capital, Mr.
Izzat said: "All this greatness in
Israeli industry and this huge in-
raeli homeland" between the Nile and the Euphrates rivers.
proceedings of the Zionist Congress, Dr. Goldmann pointed out, idustrial effort point to one target
Jre open to the Israeli and foreign press. "Our resolutions were made j to Pave ,ne wa>' for economic
Ibhc property and there was not the slightest hint in them justifying domination of the Middle East. But
Ratter's charges," he said.
gglREETED ENTHUSIASTICAU.Y
lorc/eco/ Oren Declares He
Was the Victim of Violators;
Sees Czech Regime Blameless
JEL AVIV (JTA)Mordecai Oren. imprisoned for five years by the
,? G('-ernment, came home to be greeted this week by the cheers
luou^nds of followers of the Mapam Party, of which he is a leader.
1*** released from prison a few days ago and arrived here by air,
Wnied by his wife and two Mapam officials.
1 carry within my heart a feeling of great protest and resentment
FJW fhe appearances of decay*-------
P* Socialist countries, to which
* victim. I was not a victim of
**mie, but of those who vio-
" we regime," Mr Oren de-
PJ- He embraced his children.
'year old girl now serving in
: *! Army, and an eight-year-
ly uhom he could hardly rec-
W 8ing t0 the microphone
n j1 'he airPort building, Mr.
Mdrt>M>u ,hc crowd wno had
tc greet him. He asserted
m release was incomplete.
p nnccence was not recognized;
"* [act that I was not a crimi
" 'he victim of a crime, the
*J cnares against other
Zionists and against the
* constructive progressive
jnt. were not recognized."
" Those who compelled
**> methods which are oppos-
!>th Socialist and humani
which were never true, have not
yet confessed to the crime they
committed. Therefore, my release
is incomplete." ___
Gov. Adlai Stevenson (right) discusses campaign issues with
Sen. Herbert Lehman prior to Stevenson's invasion of Florida
lor the preferential primary Tuesday.
SEN. LEHMAN WILL SEEK INQUIRY
this effort is not Israeli alone. It
is really an American aim working
through Israel.
"Peace with Egypt is the hope,
dream and target of every Israe'i
from Premier David Ben Gurion
down," the Egyptian journalist
wrote, "but this hope does not
reduce Israeli preparations for an
offensive." He added that there
were "wide-scale preparations for
war and incessant military move-
ments in Israel."
Commenting on the Egyptian,
newsman's declaration, observers1 he can expect no more a.d of
in Western capitals this week said
Administration Stunned
By Second Cairo Arms
Deal With Red Satellite
WASHINGTON (JTA)Grave concern was felt in government cir-
cles Wednesday following an announcement in Cairo that the Egyptian
Government has concluded an arms deal with Poland similar to the one
reached recently with Czechoslovakia. The announcement came on the
heels of a report that Egypt is also negotiating an arms deal with
Communist China.
Some Administration leaders are reportedly pressing for a blunt
warning to Egyptian Premier Nas-"*
ser that unless he ends his arms |
deals with the Communist states
MIGRATION RESUMED
that it was the first break in Arab
propaganda to indicate that fear of
ompetition with Israeli industry is
t the root of the Near East con-
roversy.
The observers said that a health-
ier attitude on the part of Arab
leaders could, by inclusion, lead to
a flourishing Near East.
kind from the United States. This
view is said to compliment that
of the British Government which
is reported to favor an economic
boycott of Egypt.
Other circles within the Admin-
istration favor a more easy-going
policy in reference to the Egyp-
tians, arguing that since the United
States cannotfor political reasons
Continued on Page 2 A
INTEGRATION Of NON-IIONISTS MAJOR TASK
Goldmann Outlines World Zionist Program
of the new
Organization
JERUSALEM (JTA)-The program
-atTeJ&Sgas-B *
Goldmann said, was preparing
machinery for ac-
wuiuinawn --~. A(jency tO help
cepting non-Z.on.fts the JjmsJ Aj J^.,.^
^^tsjmm suns-
be
shUshed! .ccoro.'n"ce with Congress *
Wiaciplee-*o confess things The oawcutive w,ll prepare by autumn specmc p
posals for inviting non-Zionists on to the Jewish
Agency executive.
The executive will work for closer cooperation
with the Israel Government in the work of immigra-
tion, absorption and settlement and plans to increase
the number of members of the Agency-Government
"coordinating council" for these activities. It will
also attempt to double immigration from North
Africa, he said, adding that S. Z. Shragi and Dr.
Giora Josephthal, Agency executive members, have
already gone to. Paris to prepare for this increased
immigration.
Six U.S. Rabbis
Accorded Visas
For USSR Study
NEW YORK (JTA) Another
group of six American rabbis, rep-
resenting Reform and Conservative
congregations, have been granted
Soviet visas, it was announced
here. Led by Rabbi Morris Kertzer
of New York, director of religious
activities of the American Jewish
Committee, the group will be per-
mitted to visit the USSR for the
purpose of studying Jewish reli-
gious life there, the announcement
said. Similar permission was giv-
en earlier to a group of American
Orthodox rabbis.
Meanwhile, Jewish emigration
from Poland has been resumed
with Polish Government approval
and without any discrimination
among those who wish to leave for
Israel to rejoin relatives, the New
York Times reported from Warsaw.


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Stevenson's Deep Concern for Successful Near East Solution Brings 'Hold' Order on Top Headi
Continued from Pare 1 A
Tuesday morning for on elaboration on Cov. Stevenson's
television proposal. The Governor, who was to have pre-
pared an exclusive statement for The Jewish Floridian,
left 8:30 a.m. for Tallahassee.
In Gov. Stevenson's suite, this reporter later chatted
with James Finnegan, Stevenson's national campaign man-
ager, who declared that the Presidential hopeful had pre-
pared the statement but had subsequently decided to
withhold it pending confirmation from Washington.
"Gov. Stevenson feels deeply and sincerely that every
avenue must be explored to bring peace between Israel
and the Arabs,'' Finnegan said. "Right now. Administra-
tion policy is to look to the UN for leadership in retofving
the conflict, and Gov. Stevenson doesn't want to upset
this policy before its success or failure is determined."
Finnegan reaffirmed the candidate's concern for Israel
"our sister democracy."
But it was this reporter's impression that Gov. Steven-
son would shortly make his proposal for a mooting official
ir
in l.gM of his prior insistence that th, MlfJ.,
of all peoples, bo it Israel or anv oth. *
achl.vlog democracy, must be assisted by a 'i0n *
erthip in a positive policy for freedom *'Kt*l
However, ponding the fear that his oJn"^^
make th. Russian. appear too importanT^N**"'
negotiations; and in the interest of supporting7 '
Administration-led UN plan to th. .lusi
would seem to be good politicking, Gov. StTi "
*_" at thj^'
nnouncoment
Seminary Will Honor Rabbi Lehrman
At Dinner Function Here Sunday
Rabbi Irving lA'hrman. spiritual da chairman for the Seminary,
leader of Tempi)' Kiii.inu-KI. will Dr. Max Artzt. vice chancellor of
he honored Sunday night at a din- the Seminary, will be ftteet speak-
rter in behalf of the Jewish Theol- er
(isjical Seminary of America. The Rabbi Lehrman was recently
unit ion. sponsored by the Friend* elected secretary of the Kabbinieal
<: the Seminary of Temple Fmanu- Assembly of America He is a mem-
El ii WhlMd for 6:30 p.m. at her of the rabbinic cabinet of the
Waldmail's Crown hotel. Seminary and is immediate past
Rabbi lehrman will receive a president of the Greater Miami
citation from the Seminary for his Rabbinical Asmi
thirteen years of dedicated serv- 'Rabbi Lehrman's leadership in
to the Copservative movement." hehaii of the Jewish Theological
Harry Human, a member of the Seminary has been of great MTViea
il of trustees of Temple not only to the entire Conservative
Emanu-El and outstanding leader movement, but to Temple Kmanu-
in hotel and civic activities, is co- El in guiding it. along with OUT li--
chairman with Miami Beach Conn- tingm-hed lav leadership, lowat 1-
II) Samuel I Halperm. n> current position as the largest
Halperm. vie*, president of the < 'onsen alive Congregation in the I
.(No -erves as Soiilh lion South" MuNon said.
attempt by Col. Nasser to evade
what appears to be a forthcoming
I'm ted Nations initiated arms em-
bargo on the whole of the Middle
Fast. Communist China is not a
member of the UN and would not
be bound by such a prohibition.
The Soviet Union was reported
here Tuesday to have delivered to
Egypt this weekend 21 large.jet
aircraft suitable for use by para-
troopers.
RABBI IRVING ItHRMAN
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MacVicar Support
tiding up a buaj week of cam
i to retain his seal on the
county commission, I l> Mae
rounded out his campaign
nization with the appointment
ol two prominent Dade count] cm
H his co-chairmen, former '" '"'' assurance ol a fine coiintv
Mayor Abe Aronovitz and R commission.
Warner Ring.
Administration Hit
By New Arms Deal
Continued from Page 1 A
give the Arali -Lite- arms, the
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'A man of stature
... whom we sincerely
believe in."
I. D. MacVICAR HAS SERVED HIS COUNTRY
(in two World Wars; he fought for his country,
receiving the DSC and other honors.)
I. D. MacVICAR HAS SERVED HIS COUNTY
(during the past 10 years; bringing many fine
improvements to Dade County families.)
'We believe, therefore, that Commissioner I. D. Mac Vicar should be re-
elected to the County Commission. We need his valuable experience, his
personal and official integrity and his leadership.1
/. ft. MacVICAR
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Mrs. Sylvia Levin
Mrs. Clara Weintraub
Martin Fine
Henry E. Kopplow
Herbert S. Shopiro
Frank W. MacLean
Hiram Blakey
E. V. Duffy
Ben Giller
Paul Pollak
Paul McRae Averitte
Geo. B. Graham
C. Jackson Baldwin
John L. Ricciardelli
Julius Gaines
Paul Marks
Abe Aronovitz
Mrs. Henry O. Shaw
Barco BSshcp
George Coury
B. Andrew Roth
Richard E. McClean
Bernard Janis
R. Warner Ring
Arthur H. Courshon
Jack R. Courshon
Cecil Mobley
Joseph C. Arkin
Harold G. Sweet
J. M. Monahan
Joseph G. Moretti
Dr. Ben Sheppard
I.D. MacVICAR may29th
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The Russians are Helping Us Freedom is Their Ideal
To avoid dealing with a hot potato and to
shun the need of making a firm policy decision
:n the Near East, Washington has thrown the
Israel-Arab controversy into the hands of the
UN.
U.S.inspired Big Three withdrawal from its
commitment under the 1950 Tripartite Declara-
tion, to make Washington look bad, has been
met with an agqressive Soviet decision to
"cooperate" with the United Nations jji bringing
peace to the trouble spot. ^"^**^"^ <
But the lull in fighting between Israel and the
Arabs is not the result of either of these oppor-
tunistic events. Nor is it the result of the recent
peace mission undertaken by UN secretary
general Dag Hammarskjold at Washington's
request.
Fact is that Egypt is too busy these days ab-
sorbing its SIOO.OCJO.OOO purchase of arms from
Red-dominated Czechoslovakia. Russian prom-
ises of "cooperation," coupled with suggestions
that a general embargo on arms to the Middle
East be set into force, cue a trick to give Egypt
the time it needs for this absorption process and
to assure Israel's continuing military disad-
vantage.
But Washington refuses to be caught nap-
ping. A second secret State Department maneu-
ver to continue its policy of arming the Arabs
was uncovered last week when the 6.700-ton
Monterey left from the obscure Atlantic port.
Sunny Point, N.C.. with a shipment of military
supplies for Saudi Arabia.
The first such secret maneuver was last Feb-
ruary, when the U.S. sent a cargo of Walker
"Bull Dog" tanks.
Administration policy has thrown the Israel-
Arab controversy into the hands of the UN, all
right. But it is far from self-righteous in the mat-
ter of arming the Arabs. This means that Israel
is continuing to get the short end of the deal
from Washington, with Russia politely helping
the whole thing along.
The Sunny Point expose will now be used by
the Russians as an example of American sabo-
tage of the Middle East peace effort. All of
which would most certainly seem funny to any-
one who doesn't care that Israel's hope for
survival becomes dimmer and dimmer while
lumbering East and West take time out to play
a game of chess.
A Decade of Service
Temple Beth Sholom takes time out Saturday
evening to honor Cantor Samuel Kelemer. who
has been cantor at the Temple for the past ten
years.
The celebration of this decade of service will
mean more than honoring an individual dedi-
cated to his personal expression of liturgical
music.
Cantor Kelemer has long been active here
in many civic, religious and cultural affairs.
He founded the Jewish Music Council of Great-
er Miami and has been identified with its pro
arams ever since. Last year, he was cited by
the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center
with its Music Award for 1955 as a mark of
the role Cantor Kelemer plays in local celebra-
tions of Jewish Music Month.
In his capacity as cantor, he founded the
Cantors Assn. of Greater Miami and is its
honorarv president. On the national scene.
Cantor Kelemer was the first vice president of
the Union Hebrew College School of Sacred
Music.
He is the youngest cantor to have been given
a charter certificate of the American Confer-
ence of Certified Cantors an orqanization
dedicated to setting forth standards of qualitv
and achievement, both scholastic and musical,
in the cantorate.
Possessing a fine voice of great mueical
ranqe and aualitv, Contor Kelemer, in nil these
capacities, has brouqht dignitv and stature to
the rvwtion and meaning of the cantorate in
th life of the synaaoque and the commnnitv.
Miami Jewrv joins Temple Beth Sholom
in areetina Cantor Kelemer ot the occasion of
his first decade of service to this congregation.
During The Week ...,
.. ftW IIO Uluni ae*
?n fi*l Ki\n*
Jewish War Veteran posts and auxiliaries
will honor the memory Wednesday of depart-
ed veterans in the Greater Miami area. Me-
morial Day will be marked by graveside serv-
ices, with JWV's Honor Guard here partici-
pating.
This is the time of the year when we recall
the sacrifices made by our nation's young
men in behalf of defending America's demo-
cratic ideals. In this regard, the Jewish com-
laaTaVeaarfeJjpBakKome forward throughout our his-
'tory during Bmes of war to do its part
In recent years, the Jewish War Veterans of
the United States has done an admirable job
in calling to the attention of our neighbors the
extent of service performed by heroic Jewish
men and women in the battle to preserve
democracy and human freedom.
On this Memorial Day, we will recall not
only the memories of such men as Meyer Levin,
who went down in flames with Colin Kelly
over the PhiUipine Sea. and of Alexander
Goode. who sank to a watery grave with his
fellow chaplains on the Dorchester; we will also
recall the living still among us. the nameless
Jews who gladly served and continue to serve
in the ranks of millions of Americans.
From those who made the supreme sacrifice
right down to the living veterans of all faiths
and colors, who next Wednesday take time
out to honor the departedall of them stand
as a symbol of this nation's dedication to the
principle that freedom shall not perish from
the earth.
Vote in the Runoff Tuesday
Tuesday, May 29, is the day on which we
go to the polls to express our choice for various
candidates in the primary runoff here.
On that day, voters will also express their
opinions by ballot in the preferential Presi-
dential primary.
We aqain take this opportunity of urging
all qualified voters to go to the polls next
Tuesday. A small, vote means minority gov-
ernment.
A large vote means that the people have
spokenhave put into office the candidates
they believe will best fill the job.
Less fortunate men and women throughout
the world, without our political freedom, will
look to us on that day as a symbol of a nation
in which the individual shares in the election
of his government.
To do less than show them that democracy
is effective and an expression of respect for
human dignity and sslf-detormination is to
nurture oppressors and would-be dictators.
LOOKS LIKE A GOOD CROP

V LEO MINDLIN
JWO AND one-hslf years .go. during the ,
McCarthy strongarmism. the word "revolution- **"*
But Mondav evening, over a nationally televised deh WM '"**
nent for the Democratic party nomination as lw!Wlthhisl
bearer. Gov Adlai Stevenson used that word ^532^ ***<
tiveness and with warning. revolution with ^
Calling the United States "the creature of revhu-
of revolution." Gov. Stevenson outlined the urgent n^r^1*'
to meet the Soviet challenge for leadership in the nl '"**
of the world. Declaring Soviet tactics a 'masquerade'^nTT*1:
dential nominee said "we must aid these peoples to'Jk MU"<
determination and freedom for which we fought m eve ^*n
Arguing that our destiny lies there, Gov Steven.*"* *g"
If the contest is lost, then the three years of the PreZ^i,
tion's reliance on opportunistic military alliances n th. / raH
nurturing the spirit of liberty, as well as to the iJ^*"^
prestige abroad, would bear bitter fruit indeed Ur n
Opponent Sen. Estes Kefauver committed himself to th
phrases in the Monday night debate, which will certTinT "*<*
further the hope of his supoorters. Gov. Stevenson'spr,Jl'ST
the same, even if compounded by Incompetent moderator oTr!2
his broad vision bestriding the world at a clip with hT. "
result that he found it difficult, in a short period Tti *
that vast, complex vision. me-t0
Thus straining for simplicity. Gov Stevenson seemed hlW
clipped wing*, skirting the landscape to fly ,n ,e shadow 2
Kefauver i pat expressionyet. withal, steeping his thniwl '
sincere determination that conviction will not give wav to n 'n
campaigning. whooj
.v .'VY "^ "**$ *me of the Governor's advisors wouHMM*
o8 had2'n?ie(T,h0dS f whiS PPnent lends """wuTcJS
to the belief .that he is worth imitating: it also waters dointh?n
ouent. precise and intellectual grasp of this nations and,- J
need which define Qpv. Stevenson as one of the most capable ,3
the Democratic arena today. p ou **<

VALUE OF A SECTARIAN SERVICE
yHE ANNUAL meeting of Jewish Family Service at the DiLufoi
some ten days ago was. as usual, marked by manv |s4
developments. This organization traditionally comes up with
fare, and the May 13 meeting was no exception.
Apart from thought-provoking reports, there was a panel di*
by Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice president of the University of
Stanley C. Myers, president of Greater Miami Jewish Federation-
Miss Jane Wood, Miami Daily News feature writer.
All panelists considered the value of a sectarian family x
with special emphasis on its relationship to the community at
Dr. Williams' presentation was perhaps the most academically wim
featuring a carefully segmented discussion of these issues. Mr M*
went one step further, examining the Jewish tradition of chanty, I
clearly pointing out that contemporary family service organizat.otis I
JFS are no longer motivated by charity in the classical sense
a
FAMILY SERVICE ORGANIZATION EVOLUTION
THE EVOLUTION of such organizations, he observed, has Ion? in.
brought to them a feeling of total community responsibility-
with the result that financial indigence is only one facet of a far Ian
working horizon. JFS. for example, deals with vocational needs of I
physically handicapped; disoriented family relationships due to
one of a number of causes; psychologically disturbed children
adults; foster home placement; and adoption programs.
In this regard. Mr. Myers said, today's Jewish Family Servitt
far outgrown the scope of activity in which its parent Jewish Wf
Board engaged two decades ago.

| THE COMMUNITY IS MANY FACETED
EEATURE WRITER Jane Wood presented the layman'- point of 1
in contrast to Dr. Williams' as a representative "f the WfluJ
Planning Council and Mr. Myers" as president "i the Jeui
iiiuiuty's central fund raising agency.
Apart from urging an increase in the level of personal idrtfflo]
tion between familv service organizations and the iNwhoi
their assistance. Miss Wood dashed with Dr. William*' belief Wl
organizationx. JFS included, must move forward on a broad frost |
relatively equal progressno one outstripping another either in nsii
or daring. Denying the value inherent in this kind <>l service ii^irmtj
Miss Wood urged Jewish Family Service toward added ach\e\e
wherever possible, illustrating her viewpoint with vast enmmuMj
need in every category that is a part of the total JFS program.
But it was JFS executive director Albert Comanor who pom
out that the panelists could not properly discus- a family ^"'".j
relation to "the community"whether the family service inques
is sectarian or not. The three panelists themselves tie declared,
sented at least three different communities. Thus, the comma
large i*the aggregate of many others within Iteach motivated
own interests and requirements.

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OFFICERS ILLUSTRATE THE POINT '
ITHOUT GOING into the implications of this position *jj#
family service, its programs and financing, 1 am sVrUC,,J3i
fact that the new officers and board of Jewish Family spr*''cj\%
the pdlatwell. Except for new JFS president Alvin ha* had prior, maW identification with the Greater Miami
Federation. If thi/||ffa.s deliberately planned, then l( s*7rf(
Federation's leadetiMp and understanding of the multiplier
munities within the total community. -^e
As the central fond raising agency of Greater Miami Jewry
tion annually seeks to support local participating "W" |bg
JFS. as well as national and overseas groups dedicated w ^
interests of iews here and abroad. Principally. Federaten^
the cause of Israel for the motivation of its campaigns w ^ ^^
traditional obligation apart, manv Jews in Miami ana .^
are not Israel-oricnted and unfortunately shy away Jrom
programs for this very reason. |ffH
The identification of these Jewstheir ta,f"' ^Triumph
energies, with a local Jewish organization like "-s wltftdra*
Federation selflessness and total community rtsion. '" tfd
m lea making way for men and women who have )
Spring BrinQS Out Jewish C^nvmntU* -_____' P<'r|l'h"- "' activity here. Federation has tors .jjjhJ.
jjnmg ormgs UUJ JCWISfl LODVenffO/l Season ,h. m.t.ation of other types of vitality into its complex locw


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Cancer Society
Needs Aid Here
American Cancer Society needs
help in it.s program of direct serv-
ice to cancer patients in Dade
county, according to an announce
ment this week.
One of the Cancer Society's
'projects is the provision of dispos-
al pads for cancer victims. Sheets
jused in making these pads are
needed for the continuation of this
Uervice.
The local cancer unit currently
is providing 24 home to clinic
round trips weekly for patients
receiving x-ray and radium therapy
or other treatment at the cancer
clinics at Jackson, Mt. Sinai and
St. Francis hospitals.
"Each trip involves about thre
hours of a volunteer driver's timo."
the Society said.
I
(North Dade Jewish Center confirmands are
(left to right) Dean Gottehrer, Gloria Labell.
Cynthia Gordon, Susan Belsky, Phyllis Co-
hen, Rabbi Henry Okolica, spiritual leader,
Rev. George Goldberg, education director.
Sandra Goodman. Arlene Marlis. Marilyn
Corenblum, Susan Beresh, Judith Waxman
and Harriett Levine. Not pictured is Sandra
Berger.
ifirmation
it North Dade
fBabbi Henry Okolica, spiritual
uder ni North Dade Jewish Cen-
lr officiated when 12 young
ople participated in the confir-
tion ceremony Sunday at the
biter.
[Wrv Melvin Shrago, violinist,
Mrs. Millie Blustein, pianist,
ovidest music for the proces-
nal and recessional. Choir was
der the direction of Mrs. Lucille
ore and Cantor Maurice Neu.
jConlirmands were Cocily BOMM
Busan Harriet Beresh. San-
joan Berber. Phyllis Cohen,
ihn Rji- Corenblum, Sandra
Goodman. Cynthia Arlene
on. Dean Mary Gottehrer.
one Jean Labell, Harriet Cecille
vine. Arlene Marsha Marlis and
dith I ranee- Waxman.
iimation fxercists
Mtomi Hebrew School
[Confirmation exercises of the
di Hebrew School and Congre-
tion w;ll be held on Sunday eve-
IConfiraan'N are Haiman Clein,
on Fisher, Harvey Meltzer.
htrd Pierce and Howard
weiL- |H. M. Drewich. president of- the
Miregaiion. will make a pre&enta-
I Parents of the confirmands will
! host.'- to a reception which will
held m the social hall later.
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One of Miami Beach's newest corporation are vice presidents
and plushest hotels, the Seville, Leonard A. Wien, of Miami Beach,
Solomon Halperin (right), host at a parlor meeting for Israel
Bonds recently in his Miami home, shows commitments
lor $15,000 to Ehiel Lesowoder, Meyer Brown, Dr. A. I. Ishlon
and Mrs. Halperin. Lesowoder is president of Greater Miami
Histadrut Committee, and Dr. Ishlon heads Labor Zionist
Assembly of Greater Miami. Brown, national president of
Labor Zionist Order, was guest of honor at the meeting.
located at 28th st. and the Ofean.
has been acquired by a syndicate
headed by New York business ex-
ecutive Morton F. Fish and Miami
Beach hotel man Robert (Robbie)
Robinson.
The Seville, a 280-room hotel,
was built and opened this season
on the site of the old Grossinger
hotel by Irving Kipnes and Morris
Becker at a cost of over $8,000,000.
It was leased here by the syndicate
for a period of ten years at a total
cost of $7,000,000.
Other stockholders in the new
and Irving Davidson, of New York;
secretary, Milton Lemberger, of
New York; treasurer, David J. Al-
mour, of New York; and Sydney
Grossman, of Long Island, N.Y.
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Over 400,000 Taught by 4,000 Teachers as Shortage Mounts
Over 400.000 pupils in Jewish
education last year were taught by
N lhan 4.000 professionally qual-
ified teachers, it was disclosed by
Dr. Judah Pilch, executive director
oi the American Assn. for Jewish
teacher's responsibilities and activ-
ities.
Dr. Pilch indicated that commun-
ities can no longer depend on re-
sources outside the United States
and that local grass roots thinking
Education, at a regional conference ; and action plus a national effort
here last weekend. | will bring solution to the teacher
Addressign an audience of some shortage.
200 religious leaders, teachers and I "It is a good omen that we have
educators at the DiLido hotel. Dr arrived at a stage of development
Filch pointed out that training > in our Jewish community life
,-chools throughout the country; where the position of the rabbi i*
iduate a maximum of 60 to 70'receiving increasing recognition.
teachers annually compared with
the demand each year for 400 to
600 new teacher-
The two-day conference on
Meiting the Personnel C'risi- in
But the position of the Jewish edu
cator still leaves much to be de-
sired. His social and economic sit
uation is sad and, precarious. There
is as yet no genuine communal en-
couragement for able and ideali-tn
young men to enter the profession
and to grow and develop in it. We
need a better understanding of the
qualifications of the Jewish teach
er and of the Jewish educational
leader, but we also need better
communal treatment of them," Dr.
Pilch declared.
The regional meetings are ex-
pected to culminate in a National
Conference in Washington, D. C.
in November, at which time plans
will be crystalned for future ac-
tion.
The Greater Miami meeting was
co-sponsored by the Bureau of
Jewish Education and the Ameri-
can Assn. for Jewish Education.
Our Jewish Schools'" was preceded I
1 other regional meetinus in Buf-
\ Y ; Baltimore; Md ; Provi
H.I.; and Greater New|B
Flagler Drive Gets Top Commendation
York* "* """ *"""" "" Ertlhliisjyflg a campaign *eord chalked up by his area, represent
In his principal address at the for increased contribution, in sub lag 53 8 percent additional con-
heon session Sunday. Dr Pilch urban area>. the Flagler-Granada : tr.butors over last year.
FortlJ l lour point program de- Division this week received a tpe-
d to increase the teacher sup- cial citation from the
ply in the field of Jewish educa Jewish Appeal at an awards lunch-
Raisc the economic and eon held in the Biscayne Terrace
status <>f the Jewish teacher hotel.
better the conditions of his I Campaign chairman Sam J. Hei-
Combined niation were Mrs. Hay Berrin and
Mrs. Sidney Stiller.
Heiman also commended the
North Miami Beach area headed by
H. B. Novinson; Hialeah Miami
^iplovoicnt:"^. afford'the teacher man presented the citation to j Springs area. .J'rected by Frank
and Sidney Stiller, chairman of the (Goodman: and North Miami, led by
Flagler Granada area drive, for j Mrs. Frank Blank and Mort Jacobs.
achieving the highest percentage' In each instance, these areas show-
increase in funds raised over all ed increases over 1955. he said.
I greater feeling of personal
nal satisfaction in his
WOrk in order to motivate ><..
le t" make teaching I calling.
suburban communities in Greater
'3i improve the quality of teacher Miami
ation both pre service and lu-
ce establishing regional train
i hoola tor the local communi-
! s. i4 widen the scope of the
Accepting the citation on behalf
of his volunteer group. Stiller
pointed out that gifts increases of
Singled out for special commend-
ation in the Flagler-Granada cam-
paign were the following volun-
teers: Joseph Masters. Bob Brown.
Rabbi and Mrs. Leo Heim. Benj.
Jones. Irving Lax, Mrs. Edward
149.3 percent over last year were | Peyser. Philip Schiff, Philip Selig-
Harry Shamis, Harold
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Twenty-three students of the Beth David
nfirmation class oi 1956 conduct 3d and
rticipated in service* ushering in Shavu-
Tuesday. Participating were Lynda,
[laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morton Beigel;
Marcia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
uan; Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. George
urney; Phyllis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Ting Deich; Bonnie, daughter of Judge and
[rs. Albert Dubbin; Geralyn, daughter of
[r. and Mrs. Marx Faber; Fredrick, son of
Ir. and Mrs. Max Feldman; Allan, son of
Jr. and Mrs. Joseph Foodman; Renee,
[laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Geyer; Allen,
on of Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Goldman; Ron-
I V*
aid. son o Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Kaler; How-
ard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kane; Thomas,
son of Dr. and Mrs. Morri, Kleiman; Betty,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kopstein; Su-
san, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Krisel:
Muriel, daughter of Mrs. Edith Naurison;
Arthur, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Purisch-
Myron, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sandier
bandra, daughter of Mrs. Rose Schreidell;
bnirra. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Se-
rott; Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Siegel; and Alice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Stone. Confirmed with honor were
Irwin Siegel and Sandra Schreidell.
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other non-reIiginu> a>pcct> of Tem-
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A native of Chicago, III., and a
resident of Greater Miami since
1938. Freehling attended Temple
Israel Mligioui school and was
president (.f ,|s alumni youth
group. After his Graduation from
Miami Senior High School, he
studied at the University of Ala-
bama and was named Outstanding
Freshman of 1950." as | result of
his extensive radio work on cam-
i pus.
Before completing his studies in
government at the University of
Miami in 1953. he held many offi-
ces on the I'M campus, including
the vice presidency of the student
.body. At UM. Freehling was elect
ed a member of Iron Arrow, high-
est honor for men; Omicron Delta
i Kappa, national leadership honora-
ry; and was listed in "Who's Who
Among Students" and American
Student Leaders."
Since 1951. Freehling has ap-
peared as announcer for the uni-
versity's "Band of the Hour" and
has been master of ceremonies for
all Orange Bowl festivities. He is
a member of Phi Mu Alpha, na-
tional music honor society.
Before his appointment to the
university staff. Freehling served
as public relations director of Sty-
laneze, Inc., furnituro manufac-
turers. Over a two-year period," he
moderated a weekly radio pro-
gram for the National Conference
of Christians and Jews. He is a
RE-ELECT
Thelma R.
HARDISON
(Mrs. Luther T.)
CONSTABLE
DISTRICT 3, Dade County
(Areo south of SW 8th Street, including
Precincts 67A through 86)
member of the education commit-
tee of the American Jewish Com-
mittee and has been chairman of
the international relatnns commit-
tee of the Coral Gables Junior
chamber of Commerce.
He is a member of the American
College Public Relations A- n.
Freehling lives at 1540 Catalonia
tve., Coral Gables, with his wife,
Lee, and his daughter, Carol.
Qualified
by
Experience
Pull Lever
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May 29
MRS. HARDISON'S ability to get the job done is shown by her past
record. Her reputation for honesty is well known throughout our
community. She is qualified and experienced and has been a resident
of District 3 for 31 years.
"Thanfcs for your vote of confidence in the Primary.
I earnestly solicit your vote and support May 29 so
that I may continue to serve you."

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Young men who seek enrollment
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demies in 1957 should get their
applications in to Rep. Dante B.
Fascell, according to an announce-
ment Wednesday.
Preliminary civil service rating
examinations will be given on July
9 at all Civil Service offices
throughout the United States, and
the deadline for receiving applica-
tions in Fascell's Washington of-
fice has been set at June 10.
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Jjiday,
JESS YARBOROUGH for COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Heads of Seven Grand Juries \ Endorse
YARBOROUGH'S
Honesty and Integrity
THE BEST RECOMMENDATIONS YOU CAN ASK FOR
NOW MORE THAN EVER, DADE COUNTY NEEDS THE
EXPERIENCE and PROVEN INTEGRITY of
Jess Yarborough
as COUNTY COMMISSIONER
1 T I
The Grand Jury is the People's Juryset up to
make sure that our public officials perform then-
duties properly, with honesty and integrity. Jess
Yarborough's outstanding record has inspired the
heads off the last seven Grand Juries to endorse
his honesty and integrity:
SAMUEL S. PARKER, foreman of Hit most recent
Grand Jury, has known Yarborough for 20 years,
and endorses him as "an honest man working for
the good of the people of Dade County".
Alt Of THESE GRAND JURY MADS ENDORSE JESS
YARBOROUGH'S HONESTY AMD INTEGRITY:
Samuel S. Parker, Grand Jury Foreman, Fall Term 1955.
Edwin Wilson, Grand Jury Foreman, Spring Term 1955.
William J. Brown, Grand Jury Foreman, Fall Term 1954.
Raymond H. Batty, Grand Jury Vice-Foreman, Spring Term 1954.
Henry 0. Shaw, Grand Jury Foreman, Fall Term 1953.
Frank 0. Pruitt, Grand Jury Foreman, Spring Term 1953.
Wesley Ficht, Grand Jury Foreman, Fall Term 1952.
Running your Dado County government is a vital,
complex job200 million dollars big. The people
need a man of Jess Yarborough's experience and
proven integrity who will act for you and
the front man for any special group or
>i
and Accomplishment
not as
clique.
JESS YARBOROUGH
COUNTY COMMISSIONER MAY 29
PROTECT BABE'S PROGRESS
with a vote tor the man who wilt repreneut you
and not art am a tront man for a special group or clique


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A birthday present.
37 years ago today
JOSEPH JACOBS

"To win universal understanding
of Jewish Culture and the fact
that it richly endows our people
with fundamental moral, spiritual
and physical yalues lor becoming
better Americans through the
practice of our Faith."
JOSEPH JACOBS
M?yK2?.' l! ZOUn job which he still calls "Sort of a birthday present."
For on his birthday 37 years ago. Joseph Jacobs embarked on a new
career which has resulted in a fruitful life of service to the Jewish
Communities of America.
"I cut out for myself the job," says Mr. Jacobs, "of getting America's
great companies to promote their products and services directly to
Jewish people with strictly Jewish appeals in our own Jewish Media "
Now. ,n honor of Joseph Jacobs' 65th birthday The Jewish Floridian would like to recount just a few of
his contributions as America s foremost Jewish Advertising and Public Relations Council, to Miami and
Miami Beach and all other Jewish Communities of the Nation.
To create special Jewish messages for American manufacturers of food, drug and household products
Joseph Jacobs had to build an entirely new kind of Organization. New and different skills and talents
had to be developed for creating original Jewish Consumer Advertising, trade and public relations
methods. r
Nothing like this had ever been done before, or since, except by the Joseph Jacobs Organizationtoday
an aggregate of over 70 people, performing the highly specialized work of Jewish planning, writing.
art, research, home economics, radio and television programming.
In the held of Public Relations, over the years, Joseph Jacobs has injected into all arteries of communi-
cation, a constant flow of service articles, stories and bulletins, all based on better understanding
between Jewish and non-Jewish people.
Over the years he has published a number of important works devoted to the same goal of "better
understanding." The titles of some of his publications are:
Customs and Traditions of Israel
The Jewish Culture
Patterns of Health and Hygiene
The Lowest-Cost Admission to the World's Richest Market (Buying Habits of Jewish People)
The Yiddish Language A Key to Jewish Living
The Joseph Jacobs Handbook of Familiar Jewish Words and Expressions
Child's Treasure Chest of Jewish Holidays
Tales and Legends of Israel '
Passover Haggadab*
'To win universal understanding of Jewish Culture and the fact that it richly endows our people with
fundamental moral, spiritual and physical values for becoming better American citizens through the
practice of our Faith..." .,-,.--,
This has been the*iear and constant pursuit of Joseph Jacobs* life. On his 65th birthday, we congratu-
late him on his splendid achievements; we wish him happiness and many, many more years of fruitful
service to all people in America.
FRED K. SHOCHET, Publisher
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By-Law Revisions
For Federation
By-Laws committee of the Croat
er Miami Jewish Federation met
laat weak In the offices o( chair-
man Leoa Kaplan to recommend
revisions in existing provisions.
Members ol the committe are
lira. Jean Lehman, afirs. J
Duniov. Judge Harold Spaet, at '
Kopelowiti and Federation dire*
tor Benjamin B. Rosenberg.
Amn' propoeed major chai
for 1956-57 arc new officers in the
form of aaaiatanl secretary, agsiat-
ant treasurer and chairman of
beard "t direetora. Governing
bodies to )) established include
an executive committee consisting
of officers, chairmen of standing
committee-, six to ei^ht members
elected by the board of directors
from among its members, keeping
in mind the principle of broad
community representation.
Board of director- is to consist
of officers, chairmen of standing
committees, a representative se-
lected by the Campaign Council,
mx to eight members selected by
the Delegates' Assembly and two
or three representatives designated
by the Women s Division,
Federation of Delegates' Assent-
bl> l- to sponsor community-wide
.lilies on major community
problems and to act as the policy-
shaping body on major problems
it- composition includes represen-
tation from member stiona
following the present pattern and
approximately an equal numbi r to
mi the communil
largi
Twelve trustees will be i -
by the board ol directors, each for
riod of three yean, the presi-
dent to appoint a I h...riii.iii from
among th ise i l< cted.
I is ;i hmit on
terms ol office ol all offic<
rablj a three year limit.
If, J. Kopelowitz, a pioneer"
founder ol Federation and I ter-
mer < .1 \ campal n chairman, waa
inted to serve as chairman of
ibeommittee to wort out word-
lag of the revised i>> laws .,- rec
oounended by the comitti t
Charm is Her Topic
Sisterhood ol Hialeah Miami
Spnni:- Jewish Center will hold ;i
business meeting Thursday evs>
,ii the Center Program in-
clude- guesl speaker Maria Marcy,
Will discuss '< harm and Vow
Pei sonalil
Letters to the Editor
Editor, The Jewish Ploridtan:
Too many of us take our Ameri-
iystem tor granted. "Vfter serv-
ing as a Juror, I
democracy in action. I
inited States citi
h p [or all "i the wealth in the
i
j., y of. Miami i
: the
i v hat ti
sHisens who
our city B'
merit'' It mean- a minority of our
voters are electing our city govern-
ment I can imagine this situation
prevails in most local elections
throughout the country. By look
in at these facts it means it is
ver\ easy lor an unfit candidate to
become elected. We all have to
live under our city, state and fed-
eral govern menU.
Lets all of us get out and vote
in each and every election. No
election should be too small for all
ni us to vote in. I hape we can
have at least 85 percent of our re
istered voters, vote in the cominu
primaries local and throughout the
country Let's really make this
statement true from here on in. A
government of the people, for the
people and by the people. Don't
take your American citizenship for
granted. Let's each and everyone
of us vote in all elections. May
democracy always stand high in
the world governments
CKKAIJ) M ROTIIBARD
Editor, The Jewish Floridian:
The recent review (Apr. 27) of
Julius Haber's book was excellent,
and I think that because of the im-
portance of the book some addi
i comments might be in
order.
It ha- been said the the .lews
, historical people. They have
survived pogroms and massacres,
In spite of exile, they have u
I tor 2.000 years a units ol
culture, religion and civilization
without a homeland. They lived as
citizens of practical!) every coun-
try on the face of the earth In
fortunately, there have been few
Jews who had a sense of history
and were prompted to record the
events of Judaism of their days.
There are blind spots in the ln-
t'"\ of the Jewish people, even
when they lived in their own land.
i- illustrated by the lack of
Information of the period alter
their return from exile in BO B.C.
I the days of the last proph-
ets Joaephua is the only historian
of note iii the beginning ol the
common era There were many
Jewish communities of which there
i- DO written record.
Herd sired political Zionism in
: 1897. Much has been written on
the events that have taken place
since that time. History is more
than a chronology and more than
political and economic develop-
ments Basically, history is a story
of people. Julius Ilaber, in his
book. "The Odyssey of an Ameri-
can Zionist" (which you recently re-
viewed) has made a significant
contribution to the history of the
past fifty years.
It is impossible for a single per-
son to have been present at every
place where historical events were
occurring. Mr. Ilaber had the hap-
py faculty of being present when
many of the -outstanding events in
the history of Zionism. Palestine
and Israel took place. The reader
scape the reeling ol hav-
, ) lived throu
U after reading liis book. The
Uliaad Zionism in the
lowel i n.w York, the per
. tv disputes that have ai
from time to time, the internal
struggles in the various denoi
of the rabbinate concerning
attitudes toward political Zionism,
the -biftmg of position by promi-
nent American Jews from either
anti Zionism or non-Zionism to an
advocacy of Zionism are now re-
corded for posterity
However, more than the valuable
historical contribution made by
the book, there is timeliness to its
publication. Although Jews have
not forgotten that six million of
their brethren were exterminated
by the Nazi and totalitarian hordes,
many have forgotten the perfidy of
Kngland as the mandatory power
over Palestine. The persistent sa-
botaging of Jewish attempts to re-
gain their homeland formed a
pattern that England pursued un-
til a few months ago.
We should be reminded that
Anthony Eden fostered the Arab
League in 1944 to hinder Zionism's
rightful claim to Palestine. It is the
-ame Anthony Eden who recently
! sought to truncate Israel's smaH
land. It la Eden who assails Rus-
sia and her satellites for selling
arms to Egypt and other Arab na-
tions while at the same time he
and his government ship Centurion
t.mks and other armament to the
Arab countries which can be used
onlj to attack Israel.
Too many have forgotten the
i S. S. Patra. S S Sturma, and S. S.
KvhIus. The lives of the innocent
Java which were lost on these
boats, the bestiality of treatment
accorded them, reminds us that
their blood is on the hands of
America and England. "The Odys-
sey of an American Zionist'' is
must reading for every person re-
gardless of his faith, who has to
be reminded of the history of the
last few decades during which
most of us have lived and so soon
forgotten.
SEYMOl'R B LIEBMAN
Fortieth Wedding anniversary
I was recently celebrated by Mr.
(and Mra. Joseph Horwitz, 963
SW 1 lfh at., at a surprise meet-,
mg of the Golden Age Friend-
I ship club, of which Mr. Hor-
1 witz is president. Over 100,
friends and gueats attended to
1 pay tribute to the couple.
Zim Liners Offer
J Summer Space
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Naples is available on some late
i spring and summer sailing of the
(riew Israeli passenger liners. SS
'/ion and SS Israel, it was annolinc
ed Wednesday by the Zim Israel
I America Lines, of 19 Rector sL,
New York City.
The newly-built 10,500 gross ton.
191 -knot steamer- sail every third
Friday from Kent st.. Brooklyn, di-
rect to Naples and Haifa. Arrival
at Naples bj on the tenth day out
of New York. The ships also call
at Naples on their return voyages.
The Zion. which arrived in New
York on her maiden voyage on
Mar. 23 and her five-month-old sis-1
tcrship. isr%,
ul S"Ulhern roSTW
Mediterranean, rlrh
lmo*< of which ELS'
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Saturday, May 26.
They will be attending two im-
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the Florida East Coast Dental So-
ciety of over 500 members and the
Florida State Dental Society, num-
bering nearly 1.200 practicing
dentists. The state sessions run to
May 30 at the Fontainebleau hotel.
Dr. William R. Edwards, of Ft.
Lauderdale, president of the East
Coast Dental Society, will preside
at the district meeting. Incoming
president is Dr. E. Monroe Farber.
of Delray Beach Other East Coast
officers include Dr. William W
Mitchell, Miami Beach, first vice
pre*ident; Dr. Robert L. Kaplan.
Miami Beach, second vice presi-
dent: Dr. Wtllard Van Camp. Mi-
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Albert E. Rosenthal. Miami, imme-
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r May 25. 1956__________
Agers HoW
jrds Night
L stone and Diane Lapin,
LJts oi Phi Sigma Tau and
(were appointed as co-
w of the Greater Miami
Community Center, Town
j iward= night and teenage
[Saturday evening at 430 SW
[award ni?ht was culmina-
[ the w '>rk which ten teen
wps participated in. The,
, wcre made to that g'roiip '
[has done tho most communi-l
lite, the winners of the girls'
league and the boys' j
ill Icaeu".
organisations and fund)
Have benefltted from the
lfthe-e teen agers who have
bts collecting funds, put-1
Kitormances at varleus in-!
Ids, and being available for
..stable community" service
d Kri-Teichin, super .
I'edne-
bs participating -were Jigs,!
[Kappa Pi. Alpha Delta Pal,
la. Phi Sigma Tau, Tau Al-
Jiega. Omega Delta Psi, Sig-
tlta Phi, Kappa Tau and
DIAHI
carou
can Industries Offer
touts Totaling $7,500
of America's large inclus-
ive awarded unrestricted!
[totalling S7.50O to the Uni-
of Miami as part of their
Ds of financial aid to insti-
t of higher learning,
[ihrec companies and their.
i as announced by President
W. Pearson are Colgate-
Jive Company. $3,000; West-!
Educational Foundation.
and American Can Com-
1.500. i
Board of Rabbis
Denounces Council
NEW YORK One thousand
three hundred rabbis representing
all three branches of American
Judaism Orthodox. Conservative
and Reformin a joint declaration
issued recently, denounced the
American Council for Judaism.
The declaration here asserted
that this group has "consistently
misrepresented the Jewish people
before the bar of public opinion "
The rabbis also charged that the
American Council for Judaism
"hasconsistenly maligned and im-
pugned the integrity of Jewish in-
stitutions, organizations and
causes, and has consistently dis-
torted the precepts of Judaism
which it purports to serve."
The declaration and names of
the signatories were made public
by Rabbi Emanuel Rackman. presi-
dent of the New York Board of
Rabbis, which had circulated the
statement in the wake ef attacks
made upon Israel and Zionism by
the American Council for Judaism
at its convention in Chicago last
week.
for the Aged Wt Sinai Hospital
committee are Kislak and Rabbi
Jonah Caplan. Serving are Blech-
man. Dr. Kirsh, Weinkle, Duntov,
Epstein and Honigbaum.
Specific considerations will be
agency allocations for the current
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ASc,!!l0,!s m Be Considered by Federation Groups
l Miami Je'wUhSLJLSuS'fSiJ B"reaU 0f Jewish ^""Hbers include Mrs. Bass, Daniel
budget committee WednesdavT SSS'IKJ?!* Jewish Com- Broad, Heller, Fred K. Shochet,
"unced appointments of mlmh! t^ C*nt*r committee- Mem- Topell and Mrs. Weinstein.
of suDcommitteeTwni?! wiM J^K? h"^'1* ,A5onovitz' **' Chairmen of the Jewish Home
v- a >lcatjons of ^ -M.- Korach. Mrs. Unman and Rab.n-
! *M "1 agencies.
Joseph Duntov Sam A Cold Budd Cu,,er hesMls a eommit-
stein, Morris Honigbaum and Jacob tee Wh'Ch '*'" consider th* PPbca-
Rabmowitz have been named to a tions of Jwish Family Service,
S-lSid,,,ee ISrae' t0 ^ cnaired National CouncH Jewish Wom-
Se'rvice ancuUural h I*"' "T2 5 ""* Lan Fan Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, wUh'wIfham Jewish Children's Service. Mem-1 year, chairman Cassel explained.
Blechman. Daniel Neal Heller
Irvin Korach, Mrs. Jean Lehman
and Jack Topell on this committee.
Leon Epstein will head civic de-'
tense committee, with Dr. David
Kirsh, Meyer Baskin, Mrs. David
Bass. Jay Kislak and Julian Weink-
le as members.
_Dn_the local front, Golstein will
Top Author Named
Special Director
WALTHAM. Mass. Marvin
I-owenthal. historian, essayist and
critic, has been appointed director
of special services at Brandeis Uni-
versity library, it was announced
this week by Dr. Abram L. Sachar.
president of the university.
Lowenthal will also conduct a
course in the Brandeis University
school of humanities on "The Age
of Montaigne."
A distinguished editor and
author, his latest work. "The Di-
aries of Theodor Herzl," is being
published this month by Dial Press.
Translated and edited, the book
will present for the first time in
English a substantial portion of
the dramatic, personal narrative of
the founder of the political rebirth
of Israel movement.
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Dedicating new dental clinic at Mount Sinai Hospital are Geft
to right) Samuel Gertner, executive director; Dan B. Ruskin,
vice president of hospital and chairman of hospital's develop-
ment fund; Samuel F. Knowles. chairman of Miami Beach
Rotary club, donating clinic's dental equipment; and Dr. J.
Harold Klock. Rotarian and chcrrrrnan of~Motmt Sinai's depart-
ment of dentistry and oral surgery.
Rotary Club Gives
Dental Equipment
To Sinai Clinic
A new dental clinic for Mount
Hospital ha- been He.heated
at i buffet Mippcr at which the
> club of Miami Beach for
mally presented the hospital with
tin ii. .1 dental equipment.
The presentation was made here
tlj by Samuel F. Knowles.
rj club president, and re-
ceived by Dan B. Ruskin, vice
president ol Mount Sinai and chair-
man of the hospitals development
bind, which is raising funds for a
DM 300-bed building.
Hmh -pot in the dedication cere-
mony was the unveiling of a plaque
ordered by the hospital board of
trustees. The plaque has been
placed at the entrance of the clinic,
which is located on the ground
floor of the hospital, just off the
main lobby.
Included in the gift are dentsl
chair, drilling unit. X-ray machine,
cabinet, operating light and steril-
izer. Members of the Miami Besch
Dental Assn. will contribute their
service- to the clinic.
The Rotary' project is the culmi-
nation of three year's work by-
Arnold Levy, chairman of the
club's community service commit-
tee; Dr. Meyer Eggnatz, represent-
ing the Rotary club; Dr. Albert E
Kii-enthal, representing Mount Si-
nai; and Dr. J. Harold Klock. Rota-
ry club member and chairman of
the Mount Sinai department of
dentistry and oral surgery.
Judaeans Hold Shavuoth Festfc
Crpntor Miami 7>,mi.< v....., *"'
Greater Miami Zionist Youth membersV*?"*1*
held a "Ha B'Kirum patina IS '* *M
torn mission,.*
festival in honor of Shavuoth Sun Kcrslar, u erry Fii
day afternwn at the Beach Branch Carol* m wBarbafa
of the Greater Miami Jewish Com- Resins r '','" **_
reunite Center hi,., ner- **
. Mem e*.nt mm procession t 5*
by k*B*-**,; Judaea group. M,- '^N
Dance festival' was presented nan,,. 0f l**
under the direction of Stanley Judaea lamnl ,g"*
Ssal. Partiripatmg were Harriet Judaea at 2w '*
Sollowav. Nop Goraon, Diane Co- Rho.lu (i an, rl
hen. Maine Cftlden. Harriet Fried. Meter TprrvUo"nv
man. Dcna Serotta. Phyllis DUhay Roth, Diane hJZ*
and Marilyn Delson.
berg, Edwins Pre**' i
Avis Gerba, ila
Gt^
According to program chairman .
Mrs. Naomi Lesowoder, a special Levine, Marlenet*
Young Judaea ceremony marked lor. Janie Maim**
the graduation of Judaeans who witz. Roberta MiiL
are turning 13 and will becomeln"
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Second annual Florida Traffic
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, by the General Extension Division
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Monday through Wednesday at the
Dil.ido hotel.
UM Orchestra Plans
Brilliant 30th Seasor
University of Miami Symphony
Orchestra's 30th winter concert
season will be a stellar one in all
respects, according to the rundown
of musical events being scheduled
by music director and conductor
John Bitter.
Guest conductors will include
such notables as Pierre Monteux.
former head of the San Francisco
Symphony Orchestra (1936-1952)
and Boston Symphony (1919-1924);
Howard Hanson, director of the
Eastman School of Music; and
James Christian Pfohl. founder of
the Transylvania Music Camp.
Guest conductors' stints begin
Oct. 28 and 29. with the appear-
ance here of Andre Kostelanetz.
Hanson is scheduled Feb. 10 and
11. 1957; Monteux. Mar. 3 and 4;
and Pfohl. May 5 and 6.
According to concert manager
Marie Volpe. soloists scheduled to
appear with the orchestra during
the 30th winter season will include
Leonard Pennario, pianist, Nov. 18
and 19; Irmgard Seefried. soprano,
Dec. 16 and 17; Raya Garbousova.
violincellist. Jan. 20 and 21, 1957;
Isaac Stern, violinist, Mar. 24;
Jorge Bolet. pianist, Apr. 14 and
15; and Igor Gorin, baritone, May
5 and 6.
As in the past, concerts will be
Sunday evenings at Miami Beach
auditorium and Monday evenings
at Dade county auditorium. Sub-
scriptions are $21, $18. $15, $12.50,
$10.50 and $9.
'Open House'
At Nursery Schools
The community was invited to
The community was invited toj
visit the three Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center schools this
week.
The three schools are located at
Town Branch. 450 SW 16th ave.;
Beach Branch. 1536 Bay rd.; and
Flagler-Granada Jewish Center. 50
NW 51st pi.
Head teachers in each Branch
nursery schools discussed ques-
tions of admissions with parents
of children ages three to six years.
Advance registration for the next
fall term took place,
date.
SSr. vScni0rs ewhajl
tional \oung Judaea Cali
"yville. NY.. re Mi
and Shirley Rachlin.
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or Old
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IGIOUS DIRECTORY I. ZAM0"A JEW,$H -"
W. Dm. hwy. Conservative l*w I f h ,
Hf.ry Ofclka. c5T^- lR*"r
N.o.
ITH ISRAEL. 7101 Cerlylo
Rabbi laaoe Ivor.
Baturdaj. IjM a.m
..Ji",.t ..I Our Kndurance.
? *
EMES. 2343 Coral Way.
.
DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd avo.
rtivt. R'bbi Raakov Rtn-
.' William W. Llpeon.
r n m Sermon: "Jewish
fir...ich' Jewlata l^arnlne;."
Mi Itai Mltivah: Kermlt
ill of Mr. ..n.l MM. Itubln

I EL. 500 SW T7th avo. Or-
|Rtbbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
Louis Gertenhaus.
i-, p.m. Saturday *:.10 a.m.
V..|.|,, \, h vt-menl and lh-
L ,-),,. in Talmud '5 p.m.
; *
ilMETH. 12201 NW 17th
[ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ava.
Rabbi H. Louis Rott-
U p m. ShIui dav s *r> a.m.
' \i in Vfrme* <"lam In
lb.- I' P">
. *
[JACOB. 301-311 Washing-
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor
ntor Maurice Mamchos.
> m Katurdav v ;" am.
War That We
^RAPHAEL. 135 NW 3rd
hodox. Rabbi Aria Bockor.
i *
[TFILAH. 935 Euclid avo.
, Rabbi Joseph E. Reckov-
ItS p.m. Snliiiil.iv S:3f> a.m.
"TJie RaM.ia Duty to the
[swmnn ..I ",:lj |i in.: "Who'a
CABLES CENTER. 320
F/ivt. Liberal. Rabbi Morris
Irving Robinson.
|:ir. p.m. Sermon: "What's
Our Toulh Kiluratkin Tb-
bitui :.('. .i in. Bar Mlta-
M. son Of Mr. -nd Mrs. La>ula
LERGRANADA. 50 NW
Conservative. Rabbi Loo
i p.m. Saturday s a.m. 8*r-
luklj 1 .i m. i Bar Miu-
on of Mr. and Mra. Itiry
*
PW ACADEMY. 918 6th
ox. Rabbi Alexander
1 i''" v ''a.m. Ser-
?kly Porti.in .Mini-ha :15
MMUAMI SPRINGS. 951
iMf. Conservative. Rab-
iRKkovsky.
P' !"" A Real In*
1 Saturday
KTEAD CENTER. 113 NE
[Homestead. Consarvativa.
rti officiates.
?"WOOD BETH SHOLEM.
woe st Hollywood. Con-
R'bbi Samuel Laror.
^00D TEMPLE SINAI.
*t., Hollywood. Conserv-
I Oa/id Sh-piro. Cantor
lilbraun.
*
&'TE CENTER. 3198 SW
1 Con*rvative. Rabbi Mor-
'*. Cantor Samuol
- 10 a.m.
"Of Mr. and
Mm, ha t p.m.
JH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
;"odo"- Rbbi Jonah
*"?<* Abraham Saif.
',",. 10 a.m.
Mnd Word." Rahi.fH
Mau
nca
LOT ViU-^fteV ^
Mltavah: Konal.).^,?. <"
Morton Schoenfeld '"' Mri

NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620
75th t. Conservative. R.bbi Mayer
^MMwIffs. Cantor Edward Kl.in.
Friday l.-S* |> ni. Hatnnltf a-in
Mr". Arthur NVwinark \t!..h., i an"
of Mr. and Mrs. KSufVfSSi
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701
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tt. Reform. R.bbi Joseph Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
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Rabbi Alfrad
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Waxman.
Friday :30 p.m. Saturday am s. r-
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p.m.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N.
Miami avo. Conservative. Rabbi
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News Woman Hopes Nasser Reads Her Journalistic Efforts
Mrs. Lea Ben Dor. assistant
editor ot Israel's Knulish lan-
guage newspaper, the "Jerusalem
Post.'' Miys, "I like to think that
Nasser reads me for breakfast."
If the Egyptian Premier does, he
surely has a dish to digest
Mrs. Ben Dor. who is presently
on a two-month speaking tour in
this country, isn't a bit charmed
by Nasser's smooth talk and
sparkling teeth. But she fears
too much of the world is. Even
I'nited Nations Secretary Gener-
al Dag Hammarskjold on his cur-
rent mission to the Middle I
has handled Nasser to deferen-
tially tor her taste Hammar-
skjold. she insists, was all tOO
willing to accept Nassei
lire pledge even alter Egyptian
fedavcen commando* had stain
three faNeii ohiMren tnd their
religious teacher >' prayer. I
face it, sin- Menu to my, Nas-
sers cease fire pledge isn't worth
the paper it's written on.
Not that Hammarskjold's \
has worsened the Arab Israeli
conflict But. according to this
journalist, neither has it better-
ed It. What she fears is the ten-
dency to view with complacent
sitisiaetion the cease-fire agree
inent as an advance toward pe.ue
in reality, she aeys, the n
lire is several Steps backward
from the armistice agreement of
eight ranis ago and giant itCfM
behind the longed-for goal ot I
peace treaty. She doesn't envi
Mini | lull sf.iU- war. hut calls it
lea than political reality t<> hope
lor an immediate end to ihe
ViciOUl circle ol raid- aril c nui-
ids
Despite her seeming discour-
n ent, Mi Ben Dot i- far
from a pessimist or a debunker.
Her spuit is too positive; her
thinking tOO reasonable. hi r
imagination too livelj she ii
III lUtl III ii. U FT
Rough Cut Seen of Ten Commandments
Last week, in the small projec-
tion room behind the tUCCO walls
of Paramount Studios in Holly-
wood, a "rough-cut" ol approxi-
mately two thirds of the final
footage of "The Ten Command
ments" was shown to a selected
group, by imitation from Cecil
B. DeMille In the audience was
Barney Balaban. president of
Paramount Pictures, whose job is
predicated on his ability to make
a cold evaluation of motion pic-
ture. He took one of DeMille's
hands in both of his and congrat-
ulated him for placing before the
world, in a language everyone
can understand, the message of
"The Ten Commandment- '
It will be still another year
the spring of 1957before the
picture will be reaching into
every eity and town of the United
States. Have \ou realized that
whenever a movie is shown in a
theatre, it takes a separate print
of the film?
DeMille and Anne Bauchens,
hi- film editor of 40 years, are
far from finished cutting and
polishing 'The Ten Command-
ments. And our friend Elmer
Bernstein is still working on the
musical score. And when the last
frame of film has been set and
the final note is recorded on the
sound track, those color prints,
literally hundreds of them, which
are expected to run three hours
and fifty minutes, must be made.
The picture will not be distrib-
uted to the multitude of theatres
for another year, but a few press-
release dates have been set for
mix WOLFE -
November and December of 1956.
The world premiere will take
piaee at the "Criterion" in New
York. And by the time anyone
anywhere ran walk up to a bo\-
office to buy I ticket for "The
Ten Commandments." DeMille
will be nearing 76 years of age,
having spent almost seven years
of his life making the picture.
There were three years devoted
to research before the screen-
play was assigned to two Jewish
writers. Jesse Lasky. Jr. (son of
the cinema pioneer and co-
founder of Paramount) and Fred-
eric Frank, with whom I worked
on another religious film last
year.
During my recent interview,
veteran movie maker DeMille
termed "The Ten Command-
ments" the most compelling dra-
ma he has tackled in his 41 years
as a film director. To him. Moses
was far from being only the long-
bearded wise old prophet. His
Moses is also a warrior who con-
quers Ethiopia for Egypt, a mas-
ter strategist who led six hundred
thousand Hebrews into Canaan to
mold them into a new nation.
DeMille told me that since the
Bible has omitted mention of 30
years in the life of Moses, the
young man, he supplemented the
story from the writing of Jo.se-
phus. Philo. the "Midrash" and
the "Mishnah." DeMille believes
that his current opus will contrib-
ute to a realization of that Cove-
nant on Mount Sinai and the
spirit of brotherhood.
Soccer Fans Were Duly Impressed
Soccer fans who saw the game
between the Israel hooters and
the U.S. All-Stars played at
Yankee Stadium in the Salute to
Israel program went away with a
high impression of Israel's soccer
ability.
The Israel guests walked off
with a 2-1 victory before some
42.006 spectators. This was the
climax of the afternoon, and the
team could well feel triumphant
on leaving the next day to return
to Israel.
One of the goals was made by
Boaz Kaufman, Israel's center
forward. The winning goal was
made after 26 minutes of the
opening half by Nachum Stel-
mach. He made his score on a
pass from Glasser. who was given
the award as the game's most
valuable player.
Originally, there had been the
possibility of Israel playing in
several other American cities, but
as it turned out, the soccer team
came here for one game and then
promptly left for Tel Aviv.
In July, Israel will meet Russia
at soccer in the Soviet Union,
and also in Israel as part of the
pisy-off for the right to take part
ia the Olympic Games.

On the tennis court. Israel has
been less successful. Israel made
an effort to win in the European
Zone Davis cup competition, but
was defeated at the hands of
Norway in the singles matches.
This was in the first round series,
and by defeating Israel. Norway
earned the right to play Sweden.
The matches were between Ele-
sear Davidman for Israel and
Finn Soehoel for Norway, and
Aryeh Avidan for Israel against
Gunner Sjoewal of Norway. Da-
vidman lost 7-6, 6-, 2-6, 6-3, and
6-4. And Avidan lost 6-2. 6-0, 6-1.
But win or lose, the entry of
Israeli tennis stars in the Euro-
pean Zone Davis cup competition
is one more sign of the growth
of athletics in the Jewish State.
long, lean woman who chooses
comfort in simple suits and -'ii
Bible flal heeled ihoes. she peaks
in Iresh flowing, effective MUM
times witty English bringing
forth a. rush of personal experi-
ences and political insights to
dramatize her point
What is the hope for the Mid-
dle East? Her answer, in part.
was found in a recent experi-
ence at a Connecticut university
I lure lecturing as part of her
lour the Israeli journalist was
heckled by three Arab students
But alter her speech, they ap-
proached her to apologize and to
invite her lor a cup of coffee
and conversation. These Arab
students, under the influence of
western liberal philosophies, had
learned Ihe essential lesson: to
exchange opposing ideas, fat I
t ice. and not MOM face- even if
an argument had Ik-ch found
wanting.
Visser needs help, said Mrs
Ren Dor. But the West should
slop cow-towing to his image of
the conquering "hero" driving
the Israelis into the( sea and
should start reminding and as-
sisting him in his original, but
now --forgotten rob' of the social
reformer. With the right help,
she envisions nothing less than
I wonderful social revolution for
Egypt directed against poverty
and its inevitable, disastrous by-
products The west could make
a good start, she feels, if Egypt
accepted the World Bank's offer
to assist m building the Aswan
Dam.
For 20 years. Mrs. Ben Dor has
been working and writing in nu-
merous positions for the "Jeru-
salem Post." On her first day of
work she wrote 56 obituaries.
"That colored my outlook." she
said. In 1936 the Arabs were
noting; the British were stand-
ing by: and many Jews were be-
ing killed. "From that day I
understood the need for self-
defense and organization .
ultimately we must be responsi-
ble for our own affairs." Then
she shifted to the present: "No
one wants American troops. The
last thing we want is for an
American soldier to fight for
us. We want just enough equip-
ment to defend ourselves."
ON THE
AN END TO DYING. By Sam Astrsch.n. 246 oo !
Straus and Cudshy. $3.50. W' N** **
By HILARY MINDLIN
A DEFINITE DISTINCTION adheres the
by the age of twenty-one, which i, Mr Astrachan^S
this automatic accolade, a first novel by a vorv W- ta|
sign to critics to take off after it with an intelll? Tl
holler. It is to Mr. Astrachan's InestimableSredfSft ?
a book which, for the most part, eschews the usual J'.^1
blings. and which MUMS off better than many main 1
e book is the saga ot his own family t"h* k...
The
family, the Kaians,,
to become lumber barops. The fa-cm
of the family is Sam's Cncle Jacob. "VhVweaUluel'jaS
Russia." a magnificent, fully realized character with th l*
overtones of a clever Paul Bunyan. Other m< mbers, of thaiS
dwarfed b) him. particularly five of his brother* u*o'
America and changed their name to Cohen. as njd Jacob^
Thus the narrator. Sam Star, son of Jacob's, sister Either i"l
twb different traditions, one the dangerously r.ishing woes|!,L
Russia, known to Sam only by hear-say and ui old photos*?
the other the usual American success story, beginning matl
and ending in Long Island.
Perhaps the great agony of death lies in the fact that ]
signal to remember life. After his mother- death from curt j
goes back into the past to relate the Kagan Russia part of tan
It i> particularly interesting to note that this part of the I
opposed to the Cohen-America section, is smooth and weft
as though the past is more alive for the author than thei
and as though he fmds it easier to garb the skeletal images oil
than to strip the clutter of his own immediate experience iati
thing resembling art.
The last chapter, in which Sam Star goes to Paris, reta
sense, to the world of the legends, and thus bringing the fanaj]
cycle, is disappointing. The action, which seems pregnant witsi
lutioa. labors to bring forth the new psychical one matron i
expected. There is indeed, some sort of affirmation at the eaii
book, but one is not quite sure exactly what has been affirmes,!1
the problem never was presented with any clarity. The readeri
content with a vague confronting of Cod and self and
heritage, which, instead of fulfilling the beautiful promised)
120 pages, sounds like every other last chapter to every ottai
biographical record of the sensitive young man whs is total I
Himself
What ought to come in for special praise is the cone
the book in terms of its form. Working back and forth io tint!
three generations is a difficult thing even for the mature mi
Mr. Astrakhan has brought it off extremely well. There
here akin to Faulkner's uw of 8 past consciousness in "The SaiMil
the Fury;" Mr. Astrachan achieves nearly the same effect rfl
constant impression of the past on the future, with much aertf
on the part ef the reader.
Certainly the well-ordered intricacy of technique and the i
polish of the first half of "An End To Dying are the hallmafaj
unmistakable talent. Uneasy lies the head of the newly-pur
writer. Mr. Astrachan now has the doubly difficult job of 1
to all our expectations for him.
XATHAN ZiPRiX
Chit Chat of Things a Writer Has Heard and Recorded
* ....._... _____ third a
Some 50.000 Jews have "vanished" in Brazil in
recent years according to a census report recently
released in that country. Statistically there are
probably as many Jews in Brazil now as there
were some years ago, 120.000, but some 50,000 of
them, it appears, deliberately concealed or refused
to identify themselves with their Jewish origin.
The size of the figure is rather disturbing since
it shows widespread existence of fear in the Jewish
community. Since there aren't too many Jews in
the hinterlands to account for the situation it must
be assumed that Jews in large cities also concealed
their identities. Paternity laws in Israel are
governed by halachic law which provides that no
man can be deemed the father of a child without
his consent.
A hill in Knesset would give equal weight to the
mother as to the child's paternity. Some 50,000
MiLTON FRMEDMAN
tourists visited Israel last year, a third i\
Christians. ..,
Congressional circles are keeping
current developments in the Middle mm
view to determining whether the *'
ableness of the Arab states is not *,
to conceal arms deals more disturbaU ]
already announced. ^.i
Has the Arab change of heart towirt M
marskjold mission been maneuvered JT
ton circle, bent on r.jecting Israel > P
fensive arms? ... In the t'mted States vn l
Jewish population there are so fe ^
House of Representatives.and inthe*JJ1
they can be counted on tha ^.V^f
In England there are^some 17 Je ^
ment, almost equally divided am**
major parties. Jewuh wrmunuu- ^
Parliament reached a height of n "
He Sees Food Vital Weapon in the Arssenal of Oef
Did you ever hear of cows crossed with giraffes
to develop a breed that could feed on Israel terri-
tory while being milked in Egypt? Nasser would
love it. But the scientist who could do the trick,
if it were possible, is s leading Israel animal breed-
ing expert. Dr. Siegfried Hirsch.
Dr. Hirsch. however, does not have time for
such frivolous speculation. World popuations are
increasing at a rate of 100.000 daily. By the year
2,000 the present global population will be nearly
?M?^tuDr 1hnch s*es the *row'n need for
food. To him. food is a vital weapon in the arsenal
of peace.
Population is growing most rapidly ia the under-
developed tropical and semi tropical lands Food
production especially milk and meat, is lagging.
So it is with visionary concept and a briefcase full
of notes that Dr Hirsch has come to America
The notes that Dr. ^^M1
Israel experimentation f "'"^.1*1
climates. During year, of such^,
studied Syrian and to^gimt*
project brought him to^he joW
ance of Israel cattle with a view
production. jnd pel
American cattlemen In 1 e*" idfrttkW
were confronted by m',a;jL| idenJ
coming the prospect of exen*ancf1
other experts. Dr. Hirsch_ saw a m |
a. well as an opportunity of ma ^
contribution in tms new aietce ^
with other Asmn and African -J6*^*
equipped-to contribute, kraei J
eMtlenm. hm combinedl^^H
edge. The, want the world to share


itoyi^jsse.
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3-

SWMrm to be festejfed
Louis Shafkin, chairman of thr
Miami Beach planning board, will
be installed chairman of the South
Shore Citizens dub at a meeting
Sunday evening in the Blackstonc
hotel.
LEGAL NOTICE
Page 15 A
**<*
JACOB CWnHMM*
Director Will
Calif. Region;
Named Here
L>b H. Cunningham, direc-
ts Florida regional office
[National Conference of
L> and Jews since Janu-
fc. ha- accepted the direc-
,1 the Southern California
rinn. with hindquarters in
tie-, effective Aug. 1, it
hunced Wednesday by Dr.
|w. Broun, executive vice
I of I he national organiza-
otrn also announced that
1 presently director of the
hv NCCJ region, has been
| by thf national personnel
mi] Hi Ci and the Florida
(board, for the Florida di-
ip and will move to Klor-
) hi., Until) in late July.
ida Slates
it Cruise
Beach Maaeda, Young
oni-t District, will hold a
hip >acht party" Sunday.
i aboard the private yacBt

fcnt Howie Stein has an-
that refreshments and
bment have been planned
|bership co-chairmen Dottie
nd Jerry Miller,
tacht will leave the King
pi dock at 1.15 p.m. for a
rrinse. Financial secre-
na Schcnkman will be at
>r to accept membership
Hollahan Raps
3% Food Tax
Judge George Hollahan, candi-
date for state legislature in group
'one. May 29 primary runoff. Wed-
nesday urged 'strong support to be
mustered against the three percent
sales tax for rood purchased in
restaurants."
"The South Miami judge feels
that it is highly discriminatory."
supporters indicated tbis week,
"inasmuch- a* many of the working
people in Dade county must out of
| necessity eat away from home."
In a statement here. Judge Holla-
|han declared that the tax "consti
itutes an unfair burden on these
working people. This tax is only a
great revenue in populous Dade
county and throws a disproportion-
ate amount of the burden on resi-
! dents here.
"The slack of this tax can be
I picked up on the amusement or
luxury tax yielded throughout the
I.state or any other non-essential
! category like food," Judge Holla-
han declared.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N- (TICK IS HKRF.RY ,;i\ kv (ha)
the in ,|. i|..yfrinv I,, engaije in
huxin.'s-. unit* the fictitious na i
I I.A.MIVC' i I.KT! i l: & PRIXTTNC
i ISO N 44ami,
Internl t red
Piers; of i he "ii nit Com t of I >ade
1 '0 -iii >. Florida.
k BillK -iii-t
ETHF.L sili '.in :t
NT,CE nam|RlF,ct,t,ous
vi ,-,.-. .. rl,"tlus name f
Intend. A'" Miami, I'l.,
SS.& rfe*reuM c.....' <
METAMN, mPR
I-....-...,. i: M,.i f ,
1NtJHF,,^CUIT COURT "of THE
FOR n*nDBICr!lL CIRCUIT Tn AND
CHANCERY V* FLORiDA 'N
r<> I HBODORE V TALDON
] i. Ralston
i i ii,,-,..
Brans, New Yi.rk
You are hereby notified that C
I H',r W"..... has i.....n riled
I ui. i '' '""' """ ",p hereby re-
quired to serve COpj of yow Anmr
Hi- Complain! on PtalntlfTi attor-
ne>, ,,i,i riie ,he orlilnal Answer In
]%""".....f 'l.-rk of the Circuit
June, yi.r, mini nun, the hIUik-Uoiis
; .....i romptalnl for nnmwn be
taken as confesses against vou
Dated this mii das of May. MM
E. B L.EATHER1IAN
< leik of cin-ult Court
._ ,, by R. ii. rice, .ii:
" I'l-t.iitv Clerk
OEORtJE J TAUAKOPF
MO I.in,,,ln Road, Miami Beach Ha
- 11 -1 v {j
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREHY tllVEN tbal
tin nnftoi -I-1 ed A ft In
inilei the fid Itious nan ol
l.l RAY CARPET HERVICE al it s.
W Hsuth RlYi I Miami Florida,
Intends i" raslatar aaM aame iiii thi'
Clark "t tin- 'ui uit Court of liade
County, Florida
BOl'THEKN CARPET SI'I'li.Y
<"< >KI" iwii.i
(A Florida Corporation)
S/K 6/i-h-i:,
)N ROOFING AMD
METAL WORKS
'MsiAVI. Ph. HI 6-5160
"J roof repaired now; you
wv: on i ntw roof later
"etory Work by
-Menenced Men"
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring i" encase in
Imsiiicf.- under the fictitious name of
ISLAM' TOWER APARTMENTS, at
Bay Harbor Islands, Intends to reels-
ii'l n.in,,. ltli the Clerk "f the
' 'ii i uit Court "f Dade Count? i
COAST ass< km \ rEM, IMC.
A Mm ida Corp.
THEODORE It NKI.SoN
Attornes f-T Applicant
I I.liici.lM Rd
5/H-U-K /l____________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITiOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN
tin- i, iim I" iimaKi" in
.y under the flt-titiotia ii.nr' f
7th STREET BAR-K-W, .it 710 X W
-.'lild AuMiui', MUtmi. Ha., Int-n.l 10
eftiatel -.ii'l n I me with the 'U
the Circuit C.....t ol Dade County,
Florida
HERBERT .1 BRCNJES I sola owner)
M'SSI.EK .s.- CARS. Aftorm
Attorneys for Auatllraul
17s:' West Placler St reel
a/11-18-23 6 1
Otfertno
onty
TM VERY BEST
SANITARIUM
FACILITIES
"0y B. Pinks
Managing
ri-..-tor
ME*-TH RESORT
[TTENTION
FORNEYS!
1 T<* 'jal nutkwc
PP'aciat* Tour
and guarant**
rvic at
FR 4-4366
NOTICE UNDER FICTITiOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY RIVE.N tbal
the underalfneil desuine to ensaRe In
Intainesa under the fictitious name ol
rilEKN WINE \- SPIRITS, in-
tends to register said name arlth tnp
Clerk of the flreult. Court of Hade
County. Florida.
JiiSKI'll R. STEIN
E S STEIN
M \I!SIIAI.I. I STEIN
LEWIS W. <;i'KI-'INE
KATHERINE F HOTALINO
JOHN I ROIHIERS
ttS> ?rK.tNJ Win. BPirtt.
:. is-:'.'i /!- ^________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN thai
nderalirned, desiring to engage In
iiii-in.-.-.- under the fictitious nam. of
'_WHI.YI.I-: RARDENS, :,,|
i arlyle Avenue, Miami Beach,
with the
'lf.:k of the Circuit Court of Dade
Florida
i >Si- \|; I.icht
RAE I. i IOHT
K" VNER S M kN.VHEIMER
I Mi and Mrs, i.isl't
', I-S
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 24335
RE ESTATE ui-
LENA KCRZRl IK I' eased
NOT.CE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
Ni ITICE Ii hereb) gleen thai l
nal report and petition for
i ii-, hai ge as i xei utoi "f the
of LENA KCRZRl Ms. di i ased
and that "n the l ith day "i June,
I ill apply t" thi Honorable County
le County, Florida, for
appi iid final report and for
final iii-, haigi i "i the
n of l.r.\ \ Kl'RZRi iK, decei
Df May,
HARRY KURZROK,
m i utor of the estate of
LENA KPRZROK
MYERS. HE1MAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Executor
r, U-18-J5 6/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN thai
the undersigned, deslrim? i" engage in
business under the rictltloua nam* of
CLI'B \\ AI.I.V at 7',". s Shore Drive,
Miami Beach, Florida, Intends to rag-
later said name with the i'1-rk of the
('mull Court of Made County, i-ioiida.
BUROCNDY REST \i'i:ANT .
BAR, IN'' I El"i Ida Corpora-
tion, Sole nvn-rs
Bl'RENE HEIMAN
Attorney fur Applicant
:,n seyboM Bids.
6 1-8-1J
In Re: EHTATE OP
SERA akbise. also known as
HA RAH ARB1 si-;, i leceased
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 37774
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
t,. til "i ',iii"' and All Persons I'av-
Plaims oi liiiiianils Against Said
Estati ,
You. ami each of you arc herel V
notified tnd .......Ired t" pn n( any
claim" ""! demands which
, i; h, i ..I vou, maj ha> against the
. of SERA AKBISE, also known
-,. SARAH ARBCSE, deceased late
of Dade County, Florida,.to the Hon-
orable County Judgei of Dade county,
and file the same in then offices m
the County Oourthouae in [Jane
County. Florida, within eight calen-
,,thi from the date of the nrst
...Mlcation hereof. Baad claims or de-
l,.l,i.s ,., contain the legal address
,,r the Claimant and to he sworn t<>
and pres<*n..... as aforesaid, or same
will be barred Bee Bectlon ..13.1b of
the IMS Probate Act.
|,.,i,- March W. A D. i-*.
BEA BltOHY,
As Administratrix of the
r tate "'
SERA AKBlsl-.
also known as .
SARAH AltBlSi: Oeccased
H*PIR<> AND FRIED, ESQS.
Attoinevs for Administratrix
Vi.. Lincoln R.d. Miami Beach Fla.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
tne undersigned, desiring to eiixaa:e in
' fictitious nam,- of
[/}:l'.-l: VI;NIV NAVY DEPART.
MEN I STORES, at Miami. Dade
< ounty, Florida, intends to res
said name with ||. Clelk Ol
1 Hi Court of Dade County, Florida.
DADE WHOLESALE
IMUllli'l'TS, INC I
. ,...... Mori.la corporation
A IRON M KANNER, Bsq!
Anon,,., for Lad,- Whole
I'rodui I.-, in, .
-". 11 -is..'", ,, ]
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY RIVEN that
the undexjdgnad, desiring to engage In
' business under the ctltlous na
bjsi-avm: i.iqii.i: STORE, al
in- Uoutevasd, Miami. Fla., in-
tende to reglater sadd name with thu
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dada
County, Hlorlda
BENJAMIN PLBDBL (Sole owner)
- g/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N"l ICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that
|'"Y '" 'leslrinK to enpaBe In
,'.".''** l""1"'' 'he fi-titious nan.....f
LASTf-HESTER VPARTMENTS, at
bio E. Bay Harbor Drive, Ba, Harhor
Is. hit, nds I., r. Bister said name
with Hi. Clerk of the Circuit Court of
i i.ui.' i "ounty, i'l irida.
THE REX CORPORATION
a Florida Corp,
THEODORE R NELSON
Attornej for Applicant
i Lincoln Road
5/U-1S--.-, 6/1
,., ^NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES* COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 37969
In Re: estate of
HORDON S. BROWN. Deceased
To aii Creditors ami All Person! Hay-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnsi Said
Betate.
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified ami required t" present any
claims ami demands which you, or
either of you, mav have against the
estate of RORDON s. BROWN, de-
i late i '.ui.' Count). ei.
i" the Honorable County Judges <>f
Dade County, and file the same in
their offices In the County Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Bald claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and i" sworn
i" and presented as afbiesaid, or
will be I'.ii
Date May 7th. a i> It
l STHER ': BROWN,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF MIAMI
B) RALPH D. RODABAl'CH,
Trust Officer
| Executors of the I.ast Will
an i Testament of
RORDON s. BROWN,
11, .
MYERS, HEIMAN A K Ml. i S
ybold Building. Miami. Florida
foi Executors
5 ll-l--'.'.". i; I
I-'
IN THE COUNTY JyOGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE CO""7/-'
FLORIDA. IN PROstATl. No. 86790-B
In He. ESTATE OK
1.-VA iisllI'MtiiKK. |>ecea-
"nOtU'eVo CREDITORS
To All Credit.., ''7r, '' .1
,.,K Claim i nda Against .-..
":Yo!':-nd each ef ..... '
notified and reqaired >"]""" any
claims and d. .
estate of |N ''., ,,, ,,, the
lion FRANK l>o\\ i.r.x ..
>-'"' f D;..... Co.....; I %J*
I,, be sworn to and w- '"'' '
ld. or same win i- -;""'
^ExtS'V-hel^Wd,
KM Iece*sed
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Executor
l/lI-ll- /!
.V4-U-18-2.-,
c'oSnVDvA,n'cha^erno.^
ABE BERKOFT, Plamiirr.
^B^BERKO^^ndsn,
Roi ks>v.iv
ng
J. ,. in he entered anainst you.
IT. "*%th ^IVHERMAV
,-Wk ol the rircolt Court
k ii. rm *a
ity Clerk
nFNBT RBNET im
AttoVSeya for Ptalntlff
4*0 lA.olci.ln Ra'l
Miami Beach, Florida
l/dwtl-U-ae
NOTICE TO DEFEND or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 189801
VIVIAN ELSOM, Plaintiff,
JOHNNIE El.si >M, l" fi ndant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To; JOHNNIE EI.Si'M
Addri Cnknown
fou arc hereby notified thai a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
flleil against you. and you are re-
quired i" serve copy t your Answer
or Pleading to the Bin of complaint
on the Plaintiff's Attorney, '
A O'Brien. :i""'i Ponce d.- I.con Boule-
vard, Coral Oables, Florida, and file
the original Answer or Pleading in the
off......I the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 4th day of June, IM*.
If you fall to do so. judgment by de-
fault will he taken against vi.u for the
relief demanded in the Bill ol Com-
plaint.
This notice shall he pul.lisheil oi.....
e.n h week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl.oltmiAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this tad day of May, a. D
E. P.. T.EATIIEItMAN,
cieik. t'it,iiit Court,
1 Mile i 'ountv. Florida.
B] JOAN COURNOTER,
Deputy clerk.
ill Court Seal)
OKt iRRE \ i 1'BRIEN
(300 Ponce '1c l.eon Boulevard
Coral Rabies, Florida
\ti,, n. I lor Plaintiff.
:, i- II -IS.23__________________'
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 190143
EDNA C"l.OMAN, Plaintiff
IONAH ROLDMAN, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
p >' .H 'NA II '!' 'LDMAN
in; E. Ssth it
New York. N.Y.
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Inv..,,, Is bw-n
filed against you. and you are re-
united t" serve a oopy of your Answi i
I.",.,..,,!,,,.; t the Bill of Complaint
,, the plnlntlfrs Attorney MEL\ N
I I ieicHARD, 2* Lincoln RI.. Miami
Beach Fla.. and file the original
JJSSet or Heading I" the office of
the Cl.rk of the Circuit < ourt on or
Kfore the ltth day of June. 1956 H
you fail to 00 BO, Judgment hy default
will he taken against you for the
relief demanded Tn the Bill of Com-
'''ti'i's notice shall he published once
each week for four ''.nsccutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FE"ltll>IAN.
VXD ORDERED Miami.
ilus 11th day of May. A I'
I MINE
Florida.
E B. I.EATHEltM \N.
Cleik, Circuit Court.
I Hide Countv Florldu
R. H. RICE, lit.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
. 8/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlni; to ensage in
ill i cir, .on h ^k j a A W a ll_tli t ..____ ___ M
.,,,....,.-, .- ,,.i .\|,|,ncii ni
410 Lincoln Road, Miami IttMi.h. Fla.
" 18-M 6/1-x
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is Hereby riven that
the Undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Foil: SEASONS Book- \ VI > REC-
ORD SHOP, at number 714 71st Street
In the City of Miami' Beach. Florida.
intends- to rewiater the said name with
the ch-rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
Bated at Miami Beach, Florida this
1st day of Mav, |!i.V6.
IIAI.I.EN ASSOCIATES, INC.
By: David Hallen, Prea.
COl'RSHON FINK
0R Lincoln Road
Mian i Beach, Florida
Attorneys for Applicant
3/4-11-is-:'.,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that
the undersigned, deetrlna to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ELIZABETH HAIR STYI.IsT. at 6930
coiiin.s Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida,
intends to register said name with the
cierk of the Circuit Conrt of Dade
County, Florida.
ELIZABETH I
KOVNBR & M VNNHE1MEK
Attorneys for Elisabeth Rose
5 1-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that
l. desiring to eneiige in
business under the fictitious name of
KIT KAT INN at S0T1 N. \V 17th
Intend to register said nsune with the
Cl.rk of the Circuit Court of Hade
County, Florida
it BAI.KIIAIS
Midi w-:i. KX.ECINSKY
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Mr. ami Mrs. Harry L. Webb entertained some 70
members of the Miami Beach Music and Arts
League in the penthouse and garden of their Col-
lins ave. residence Friday. .
Socialites and patrons of the arts attending the
lovely Webb affair heard plans for a concert Tues-
day evening in the Roney's Surf room elaborated
Aicx Dellerson, who's a spanking good baritone and who treated
with his singing. .
Alo "giving out" in a jam session of operatic, classical and
Km music was tenor Cut Freeman. Spanish dancer Birdie
then entered the act, with popular music standard bearer
Louis Heberman and concert pianist Mrs. S. Saslaw rounding
the lively program. .
la addition, the Webbs were host to Mr. and Mrs. Charles
k) Hallhe's the newly elected county commissionerMr.
jfr,. Albert Hlrsch, the N. Z. Millers, Martin Blocks, Anton
^ William Obermans, Abe Malkins, Isaac Seslows, Mr. and
Eli Samuels, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Heuer. .
Also Mr*. Dorothy Alperr, Mrs. Beatrice Oier, Mrs. Marie
rj, Mr. Rosa Breakstene, Mrs. Helena W. Goldsmith, Anyuta
ttev, Mary Smith, Rae Greenwald, Lillian Paul, Jeck Lebao,
j Cashmen, Gus Traub, Dr. Abraham Wolf son and League
ident Herman Binder.
Mr. and Mrs. William Hoffman, 1701 Jefferson ave., are touring
ope...
fiends last received correspondence here from Muenchen
eimany. .
The Hoffmans also plan to visit Milan and Florence in Italy
i Switzerland, Spai.and back to France again before e'mbark-
Jur.e 23 on the Caronia.
Haul and Irvine. Cypen are in the thick of things social, civic
n after their brief flight to Nassau for a holiday
the Emerald Beach hotel. Irving'* the pledged Adlai Stevenson
gate to the national Democratic party convention. .
While in Nassau, the Cypens joined Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ross,
ere also on vacation.
Beef and Bird was the site last week of a farewell party for
, end Mr*. Hyman Polier, who have since left for California. .
Party included Georgians Mr. and Mrs. Abner G. Hirsch
Hartai and Mrs. Henry Zerman (Savannah). Participating also
Beef and Bird hostess' Mrs. Joe Cohen.
Mi. Murray (Lillian) Baron, 3759 Pine Tree dr.. is hack from
York, where she attended a number of fabric shows for the
tfl dress business. .
Brother Mike Stern is the noted author, who makes his home
iRore. Italy.
>>
' ul the Joseph Waldmans' sons-in-law. Howard Treirman,
I been named assistant manager of the Waldman family's Crown
el...
Howard recently was married to the former Lolly Waldman,
|ingc-t ol the Waldmans' daughters.
Mr. and Mr*. Earl Pertnoy, 5000 Cherokee, and Mr. and Mr*.
t* M. Simon, 1398 Normandy dr., traveled across state to
ekend it in Naples. .
Ardent his, the Pertnoys and Simons spent much of their
ft on the Naples green.
Abraham Rabinowiti and wife Sarah will again be neighbors, of
ry and Morri* Marder when they move into their new adjoining
pa on Parkview Island Aug. 1. .
The Rabinowitxes and Marders lived in the same apartment
pWmg on Hay rd. for six years. .
ing in to her island home is Kitty Gilbert, widow of
Lou Gilbert, who recently arrived here from
|Ma. .
Kitty* been staying with Coral Gables-ite Leona Shapiro, hut
t move will mean that she's now just a hop from Normandy
Mr*. Harry B. Hendel and the Si Steinhaosers, former Pitts-
sh friends.
When Edward Melniker, Murray Friedman and Daniel Safer
Hied th.' national convention of Variety clubs in Gotham
Waldorf-Astoria, they were also busy showing the town
*ives, who joined them. .
The couples are neighbors on Hibiscus Island Mrs. Melniker
| ';"> oj the women's committee of Variety Children's Hos-
hen
*e Pancoast dr.'s Mrs. Benjamin Hammerman left town
"% in the wake of a round of farewell parties for summer
wion at the Buena Vista hotel in Belmar, N.J. .
*n will join Mrs. H. there in July.
s,*n'ey Levine and law partner Michael Pelle are in Europe
** an important client. .
s,n and Mike had to make arrangements with less than 24
["* n,"K< so important was the call and so urgent to get to
wntinent in a hurry. .
Wends got word by card that Stan and Mike could at leasl
B "or a few days on the deck of the S.S. Liberte.
J[netian dr.'s Dr. end Mrs. Philip Greenbere are on a 16-day
[* aboard the S.S. Alcoa Corsair to Jamaica. Curacao. Trinidad
>n*r Venezuelan cities. .
Tbe Cr*"ber9 sailed from New Orleans.
W*r (;,ungs and coming, rjep't. ... The Arthur Burrels.
' ww st., motored northward Tuesday to visit friends in MM-
* They Wi|| tour Nova seoti. before going to Chicago to
" time with Mr.. .'. family. Herbert Gimbel li* out-of-
*?u"d tor Sa Antonio. Tex., with a later stop >^duJh7,
rtf cb*ota hotel sites were the Albert Pellaks.
"* oelmar here to
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Miami, Florida, Friday, May 25. 1956
Section B
New president of Temple Beth Sholom Sis-
terhood shown with officers at annual in-
stallation luncheon May 8 at the Algiers
hotel. Standing (left to right) are the Mes-
dames Charles Silvers, vice president; Leon
Kronish, chaplain; Michael Mersel, treasur-
er; Harry W. Greenberg, vice president; 1. A.
Discussing results of Wednesday meeting of Mr. and Mrs. club
of Temple Beth Sholom are Neil Schiff, newly elected presi-
dent; Mrs. Jordan Bitlel, immediate past president; Mrs. Leon-
ard Silverman, vice president; Mrs. Harry B. Smith, corre-
sponding secretary; and Mrs. Joseph Friedman, recording sec-
retary. Not shown is Gerard Shainuch, treasurer. Meeting was
at home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Friedman. 5315 Alton rd. Dr.
Stephen C. Wright, director of Dade County Child Guidance
Clinic, spoke on "Psychological Development of the child."
Durbin, financial secretary; Samuel Kele-
mer, social secretary. Seated (left to right)
are the Mesdames Barry Cameron, vice
president; Sol S. Pine, president; Albert L.
Rosen, recording secretary; Louis Shapiro,
vice president; Benjamin Mandel, corre-
sponding secretary.
Miami Sisterhood
To Hold Installation
Mrs. George Goldberg will be in-
stalled president of Sisterhood of
Miami Hebrew School and Congre-
gation at a luncheon in the Ritz
Plaza hotel on Tuesday noon, May
29.
Rabbi Simon April, spiritual
leader, will be installing officer.
Cantor Bcrele Kelemer will render
musical selections.
Other officers to be installed are
Mrs. Abraham Barkan, first vice
president; Mrs. Abraham Topol,
second vice president; Mrs. Max S.
Newberger, corresponding secreta-
ry; Mrs. Aaron Dixon, recording
secretary; Mrs. David Meltzer, fi-
nancial secretary; Mrs. Saul Bern-
stein, treasurer.
Mrs. Nathan Coulton is in charge
of arrangements. Mrs. Robert
Schweitzer is chairman of the day.
Business, Pro
Women Install
Officers of the Miami Business
and Professional Women's club,
headed by Mrs. Leta Dawson
Young, new president, were in-
stalled at their annual installation
banquet recently.
Mrs. Mattie Belle Davis, new
Miami District 10 director of the
Florida Federation, officiated.
Officers installed with Mrs.
Young were Miss Dorothy Robbins,
Mrs. Mary Sue Lamb, vice presi-
dents; Miss Bernadette Paradis. re-
cording secretary, Mrs. Gladys
Ehmke. corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Edna F. Serpa, treasurer.
Mrs. Young, program coordina-
tion chairman last year, awarded
trophies to the winners of the
club's "Best Program of the Year"
and the "Health and Safety Com-
mitee Project."
it at the fewer Uh) in Jamaica.
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger (third from left). Hebr^ Umvemry s
Ti^st Lady of Miami." honor. Dr. Frederick Lachman (right).
exiutWe vice president of American Friends of Hebrew Uru-
SI dinne7 given at her home, 5941 Pinetree dr. Guests
mcTudyed Mr and^Mr.. David Provu. (left). Mr. and Mrs
ChSto?Charcowsky. Mr.. Oida Rubin, president, and Dr. and
Ste PhUip Gotheb. Provu. and Charcowaky are sponor. of
Sent dormitory building at nbw Hebrew Umverwty in Jeru-
salem.
Hadassah Delegates Leave
Over 50 Greater Miami women
will attend the regional conference
of Hadassah this weekend in St.
Petersburg. Leading the delegation
here are Mrs. Oscar Sindell, presi-
dent of Miami Beach chapter, and
Mrs. Irwin Liss, Miami chapter
president. Mrs. Irwin Weinstein,
who returned this week from a
trip to Israel, will give a report
at the regional conference.


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SOME HELPFUL SUSGIS7IOM
Speaking 9? Se-rsg Prepared When
Company Ccmes Try These Hints
By LEAH LEONARD eti W h I m di blade
knife or patela, pi iad the filling
Speaking oi betas prepared for ,,xt,,,,. ,,n ,h(. n |,,-in
'company,-' here am a fee idea |nd ,,.;, up from lh- long end,
j n'ii ward io trj mil. We sen t|gMI Wr.m in t|uminum foil or
luggestiona to several
"Foods to Remember" reader- m
recent week* and have received
thank-you letter-.' which we ap-
,itc sincerely. So. here goes!
For readers who are seeking
novelty tidbit- for-entertaining on
the special occasions of Ms holi-
day season, or when coektaiK'arsJ'
-. rvod impromptu, here's some
wax paper and chill at least one
hour in the refrigerator. When
ready to haTce. cut the roll unto
1-inch piece-, -traight or diagon-
ally Place cut-side down on a
lightly greased cookie sheet and
bake at 425 F 12 to 15 minutes or
till lightly browned, fictneye with
*pfhiht"oc>*.in,ak' tilfner ttfatfrv-
ing platters or trays These can be
'hing easy to make on short notice ^^j hot or co|H ,Iandv because
1 -,v ,oo! they CM be eaten out of hand.
Pastry Spirals (and tIndeed ideas) 7 Sweoi-rilllng for Spiral.: Com-
I. Chickn filled Spirals are bjnp rpfJ raspnorrv preserves with
made by rolling out your favorite (iqua| am<)1|n( of fjn(1 flry bread or
pie pastry to '- inch th.ckne-s rrackpr into a rectangle on aluminum foil nul, 2 tab|e or pa-try cloth Cut awaj edges to mhng ..omhination pius a ,,.
e it ahoW 4 to 5 ncfies one fri|fd ,,,mon or r3nR0 rmd makps
and the length wfl not mat ., >u iddition. chill the rolled
Spread finery uround up cook p ,,,;, .,,,,.,. tlIIinc M H1 No. i
hk*fl giblets and qreban, .||K, ,,.,,,,,, .... .,,
nbtned with hard cooked egg 3 Cnopped Dri.d Fruitt ,nd
whites maj servo with an- R,jtin Fj,|if,q. i.u, ihroegh the
mixtun '. and nanned food chopper ten dried EniHi
., smool i "ii hand pitted I
( paprika, mixed herbs tea- prun< ifter soaking 1 hoar);
I
i ii !
r nutmc
I
pastry
v with l Sprinkle
II >hl ltd "P
nd roll up Chill and
m above, only till lightly
nod. Maj be baked before
tiring into one inch piec.s,
straight or diagonally -lu-t before
sen big, place cut side up on a
cookie sheet and slip under broiler
'flame for 2 or 3 minutes
! Pastry Wrap-around* (Flelsttlej)
After rolling out pie pastn to
', inch thickness, cut into 1 inch
'wide strips, then into 2'_. to 3 inch
'lenghts Wrap each around inch-
wide cuts of franfurters. place cut
side up on a lightly greased cookie
heel and bake at 4253 F for 12 to
j 15 minutes or till nicely browned.
\ Stick a toothpick in each for easy
I handling. Serve hot.
Milchig or Pareve Wrap-arounds
Wrap pastry strips around
stuffed green olhSM Press, together
to prevent pastry spreading apart
durins baking procc
Large prunes tl ;it hrve boon
soaked overnight then dried with
paper i>>wels may lie pitted and
may Im tilled With cream c1
then wrapped with pa-try. Bake
only till pa-try i- lightly browned
10 to 12 minute- at 425" F. Servo
hot or cold.
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Mrs. Irwin Weinntein (left). Florida reqion of Pn,t_
official delegate to 24th World Zionist CongresTt^
which concluded its seesione recently, is shown at
tion of excavation* for new Hadossah-Hebrew U
medical center at Ain Karem otatside of Jerusalem
on are Pabbi and Mrs. Herman Cohen, of Miami.
Afternoon Chapter Holds Installation
Miami Beach afternoon chapter man. Mr- (ieoree Linden -Hn
of Women's American ORT held Harry Raskin vice preafa?
an installation luncheon Wednes- Irs ... h ......
day noon at the Sea Gull hotel. \ J^fi ,^
Mrs. Irving Sussman. regional' responding secretam
president, installed Mrs. Sam Pol- Pcrlman. financial seu.
lark, president: Mrs. Milton Perl Harold Miller, treasurer
Tw,jja
Excitingly Different Taste!
Left to right are cast members Shirley Berman, Lenore Wan-
der, Sylvia Kirschner. Lynne Howard, Sally Paqe and Beverly
Sadler. *
Graduation Due at Temple Emanu-EI
Temple Cmanu El will hold clos
i Mluation exereiaea for -tu-
dint- of tin- aleraentarg Sunday
and daily religion- miiooU on
Sundaj morning, according to an
announcement this week.
To receive diplomas are the
following graduate-
Rachel le Abram-. Linda Adel-
man Marilyn Axelrod, Elaine Bass,
.lay Beskind. Klandra Bialolenki.
i 11ubeth Block. Gloria Brickman.
Sandy Cohen. Stephen Cypen, Jim-
my Diamond. Jack niftier. Israel
Diner, Rhoda Deutschman. Phyllis
Frank. R ner, Mar-ha Glas-man, Linda Gor-
don. Carolyn Gray, Pamela Greene
I (nil- t.reonfield.
Pamela Croman. David Haher,
Howard Kreinberg, Stanley Lane,
F.frem Lieber. Delsie Lipton. Karen
Lytton, Robert Mandel. Alan
I Medof. Robert Menaker. Regina
I". rlmutter, Edward Philips. Leon-
ard Pollane. Jack Rabin. Sheldon
! Rose. Loti Ro.s-. Ronald Rubin, Lois
Samuel
Matthew Schneider. Sandra
; Semiring. Urry Schwartz. Richard
Schwartz. Alan Sirkin, Edward
Slater. Arnold Sommerman, Mitch-
el Stark. Charles Sutnick. Mark
Travis. Jane Tennenbaum. Steven
Welder, Scott Trent. Henry Zang"
' will and Andv Zivitz.
TETLEY TEA
|N A GLASS.
That't the fine old Jewish way to en.
joy ica at its finest..."flavor crushed"
Tetley for fullest strength and stimu-
lation .. richer taste and pleasure ...
served in a gUw or cupl
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North Miami Beach
Theater Production
Shows Top Comedy
Having a Wonderful Time." the
stage and screen success by Arthur
Koher is S hilarious three-act com-
df of life in an adult summer
camp in the "borscht belt" of the
(atskill Mountains. New York, and
is the fjnal production of the sea-
son for the Theater Guild of North
Miami Beach.
Produced and directed by l>estef
Friedman, the production is having
two more showings- May 26 and
27at the Fulford school audi-
torium. 1740 NE 161st st North
Miami Beach.
Original songs will be introduc-
ed with lyrics by Sylvia Kirschner
and music by Friedman.
, In the cast are Harold Berman.
Lenore Wander, Harold Brown,
! Shirley Herman. Sylvia Brown,
Sidney Diamond. Ruth Fleishman,
Letter Friedman, Moe Gromet.
Dorothy Qrotawald, Boh Hilton,
Lynne Howard. Milton Janis. Carol
Katzker. Sylvia Kirschner. Sol
Kulchin, Bernice Lazar, Manny
Mandel, Dolores Miller. Beverly
Nadler, Sally Page. Bernard Phil-
lips, Harold Samuels, Eros Seig-
ler, Jeri Sorosky, Elaine Stone and
Bernard Wander.
Stage manager is Edward Cap-
Ian. Sets were designed and con-
structed by Charles Philo Art
director is Samuel Gallas, and
lighting is by Charles Philo.
Theater Guild of North Miami
Beach is sponsored by the Jewish
War Veterans of North Miami
Beach, Post 682.
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Fri^y' May_25, 1956
*J*ishfhrkHan
feminine fair: \^J
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n the Mrs. Pushkin Will Take Third Term
Wwi. nd gawto of HOBWrlaw the Mesdames ^Jacob Raffel,
xCrll Mrtre-at m S,0re when Presiden<; Albert Shkoler. first
1 uf am' Counoil of Wo- v* president; Moses Meyer, ne-
necr women s organizations gather |ond vice president; Marvin Copen-
n!n! t !*0te1, Tuesdav eve-;hagen, recording secretary; Aaron
nmt, lor a combination installation Shevin, treasurer; Jack Bo'tt finan
.-
njoying visit to Gulf coast, where they stayed at Beach club
otel in Naples, are Dr. and Mrs. E. P. Rosenblatt, 1232 Aduana
ve.. Coral Gables.
i
MKS. LAW nttttHAHB
Irs. Wilensky at
>ter'sHelm
|Lorber chapter of the Jewish
itional Home for Asthmatic Chil-
held its annual installation
ncheon at the DiLido hotel last
Chairman of the affair was
X Charles Greenberg.
I Outgoing president, Mrs. Harold
lolomon. announced that the chap-
fr had raised $5,600 which will be
nt to the Home this year.
Hirers installed were Mrs.
B. Wilensky. president;
Irving Goldstein, first vice
tsktent; Mrs. J. William Baros,
second vice president; Mrs.
Cygielman, third vice preai-
nt
[Mrs. Leslie Rome, recording sec-
V; Mrs. Eli Argintar and Mrs.
Rosen, corresponding secre-
te; Mrs. Herman Alexander,
ncial secretary; Mrs. Robert
ftt, treasurer; and Mrs. Irving
u as auditor.
[Entertainment also included a
nt called "H.M.S. Lorber," which
directed by Mrs. Leonard
otsch.
Mrs. Friedland Will
Lead Chapter Slate
Mrs. Larry Friedland will be in-
stalled president of the Louise-
Brandeis chapter, American Jew-
ish Congress, at ceremonies Mon-
day noon in the Lucerne hotel.
The former New York woman
leader assumes the office for her
third term.
Others to be installed at the
luncheon are the Mesdames Sidney
Finger, Harry Levy and Joe Singer,
vice presidents; Allen Becker,
treasurer; Abe Malkin, financial
secretary; Henry Berg, recording
secretary; Jack Edward, corre-
sponding secretary; and James
Paulen, social secretary.
Temple Beth Sholom spiritual
leader Rabbi Leon Kronish and
Beth David spiritual leader Rabbi
Yaakov Rosenberg will be instal-
ling officers at the affair, which
will feature a special membership
award to Mrs. Sam Gartner.
Musical program will include
Miss Susan Penny Talianoff and
Luke Salem, accompanied at the
piano by Willie Hollander.
The installation luncheon will be
carried out jointly with similar
ceremonies for officers of the Flor-
ida Women's Division of American
Jewish Congress.
,ea and annual Child Rescue party.
While installing officers for the
new term, they will be aiding the
children of Israel.
Drafted for a third term. Mrs.
Isaac Pushkin will be installed as
president of the Pioneer Women
Council. Other officers to be in-
stalled include the Mesdames Abe
Seltzer, first vice president; Sam
Wilensky. Ida Jacobs, Oscar Zelt-
zer. Jacob Raffel. M. S. Green and
Morris Seeman, vice presidents
representing club I, club II, Golda
Myerson club, Kadimah chapter.
Coral Gables chapter and Tlkv'a
club respectively; Milton Green,
recording secretary; Robert Miller,
treasurer; and Jacob Raffel, finan-
cial secretary.
Prepared for presentation fol-
lowing the installation ceremony is
, a gala Child Rescue party with mu-
sical entertainment by Paul Mill-
stone, who will accompany singer
Luba Roy.
La Casita tea room, Coconut
Grove, will be the scene for Kadi-
mah chapter's installation of offi-
cers on Thursday noon.
Mrs. Ceil Segal, chairman, re-
veals that Mrs. Pushkin will be in-
stalling officer and that Mrs.
Albert Shkoler and Mrs. David
Meltzer have prepared a skit and
musical program.
Officers who will be installed
cial secretary; Eleanor Miller, Lil-
lian Kimler. Sylvia Braus, corre-
sponding secretaries; Lillian Co-
hen, Rose Kamps, Florence Gins-
berg, Ida Meyers, Fanny Strauss,
Judy Braun and Ida Zabarsky,
, board members at large.
Mizrcschi Chapter
Slates Luncheon
Mrs. Samuel M. Grundwerg, 4561
Prairie ave., will hold a luncheon
Wednesday noon at her home. Pro-
ceeds are for the Children's Vil-
lage in Israel, with Miami Beach
chapter of Mizrachi Women the
1 sponsors.
According to Mrs. I. B. Eisen-
stein, president, Rabbi H. Louis
Rottman, Beth Israel Congregation
spiritual leader, will give the invo-
cation.
Anna Brenner Meyers will speak
on the Children's Village.
Rabbis to Address Dov
Chapter Meeting Sunday
Mrs. Rachel Sakowitz, president
of Dov chapter, Mizrachi Women,
announces a supper party Sunday
evening at Beth El Congregation
to celebrate Mother's Day and the
eighth birthday of the State of
Israel.
Mrs. Emanuel Karger will be
master of ceremonies. Guest speak-
ers will be Rabbi S. T. Swirsky,
Beth El spiritual leader, and Rabbi
Tibor Stern, of Beth Jacob Congre-
gation.
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Beach Woman Leader President
Of Florida Women's Division, AJC
Mrs. Charles P. Feinber*. 5987
N. Bay rd recently elected a na-
tional vice president of American
Jewish Congress at an AJCongress
convention in New York City, will
be installed president of the Flori-
da VdOMO'l I>ivision at ceremonies
Monday, May 28. in the Lucerne
hotel.
Men Become 'Sisters'
Initiation was included on the
program for Roosevelt Temple 33,
Pythias Sisters, when the group
met Wednesday at Dora August
Hall. Nat Fields and Ralph GfOaa-
man became honorary "sisters."
Both men are members of Roose-
velt lodge 177. Knights of Pythias.
Receiving president's citation at GMJCC annual invitational
ball is present head of organization. Mrs. Milton Sirkin 'right).
First and only woman to be president of any unit of Jewish
community center movement here, Mrs. Sirkin was one of
over 20 honored last week at the affair. Chairman was A.
Budd Cutler (left), presenting citation.

MffS. OSCAK SINDtll
Donor Committee
In Meeting Here
" Ii'inor luncheon committee of
Ladies' Auxiliary, Coral Gabtea
IWV Post 243. met last week at the
home of chairman Mrs Tanya Le
Use, 7930 S\V 8th t.r
Present were the Me.s dames
Lillian Sutta. coupon chairman;
May IVrlman, co-chairman; Ruth
Bo\er and Lorraine Fn.dman. gifts
and clerical sttrtanta; Shirlee
Agress, fund raising chairman, and
Harriet Bornstein. president.
Mrs. Sindell First
Chapter President
Mrs. Oscar S. Sindell was in-
stalled as the first president of the
newly formed Miami Beach chap-
ter of Hadassah at a brunch in the
Algiers hotel Monday noon.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-El. con-
ducted the installation ceremony.
Serving with Mrs. Sindell will be
Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Mrs. Irwin
Weinstein and Mrs. Samuel Z. Sak-
rais, honorary vice presidents;
Mrs. Jack Davis. Miss Lillian Good-
man. Mrs. Harold Melnick and
Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, vice presi-
dents: Mrs. Joseph Sugarmaa,
treasurer; Mrs. J. H. Witt, financial i
secretary.
Mrs. Abe Greenberg. financial
secretary for membership; Mrs.
Harry Platoff. auditor; Mrs. James
Cordon, recording secretary; Mrs.
Herbert G u t m a n corresponding
secretary; Mrs Louii Cidney. so-
cial secretary; and Mrs. Moses
Krieger. parliamentarian.
For the musical portion of the
program, Miss" Ruth Sulheriin.
soloist, was accompanied bu Mt,
Margaret Yemen at Ihefsanoj
Mrs Harold llelnick was jn
charge of arrangements and pro-
gram.
Chicago Club Slates
Installation Sunday
Beach attorney Samuel Pearl-
man will be installed "president of
the Chicago club here Sunday eve-
ning at a dinner in the Rubaiyat
room of the Algiers hotel.
Others to be installed are Mrs.
Benjamin Schanfald, Samuel
Greenfield and Mrs. Herman Stein-
man, vice presidents; Maurice L.
Eisenberg, Abe Tunick and Mrs.
Ezra Finegold. secretaries; and Sol
Litvak, treasurer.
Board of governors will also be
installed, with Councilman Harold
B. Spaet as installing officer.
Outgoing president is Irving
Schatzman.
Florida Women's Division is
composed of Miami, Louise-Bran-
deis and Stephen Wise chapters.
Mrs. Feinberg is affiliated with
Louise Brandeis chapter.
Rabbis Yaakov Rosenberg, Beth
David Congregation, and Leon
Kronish. Temple Beth Sholom, will
install the woman leader, who suc-
ceeds Mrs. Charles Alter, of Miami
Beach.
Formerly of Detroit. Mich.. Mrs.
Feinberg served three terms as
president of the Women's Division
there. In addition, she was an
AJCongress national vice president
from that city. She was active in
the Detroit Jewish Welfare Feder-
ation and the Community Council.
In Miami, Mrs. Feinberg belongs
to the board of governors. Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, and is a
member of the Joint Advisory
Committee on religion m the pub-
lic schools. Mrs. Feinberg, on the
board of Temple Beth Sholom Sis-
terhood, is also an active board
member of the Bureau of Jewish
Education. .-.
The Miami Beaeh leader has two
sons, Daniel, in service at Ft.
Bragg. N.C.. and William, who at-
tends Nautilus school. Mr. Fein-
berg, who is semi-retired, was a
lumber dealer in Detroit.
Other officers to assume their
duties at the May 28 installation
are the Mesdames David Brodsky,
Sidney Finger, Ben Greene, Louis
Haffner, Willie Hollander, Harry
Koretsky. Albert Ladd. Harry
Levy, Alfred Rubinstein. Joseph
Singer and Joseph Weisman.
**S. CHMUS f. tmttK
Group Elects
Julia Sussman
Julia Sussman has bn flu
president of 'Nai 'Rith BBG.\
\ stallation was at a recent neeti
| in the home of Miss Esther:
' 1909 SW 27th ave.
Other officers who i
their posts were Sandri A
der. vice president: Sanih
reidell, secretary; and Arlene]
treasurer.
Initiated as new member*
Elaync Ginsberg, Miriam
and Marcia Schwartz. J
Installing officer was Mia I
ma Berger, Nai Rith advia*.
bara Miller initiated newi
VEGETARIAN
BEANS
'N TOMATO SAUCE
New President in Charge
Miami ihapter of B'nai B'rith
I Women met Tuesday evening at
Beth David auditorium. Ntw pres-
ident Mrs. Murray Gladstone otti
ciated.
70 Years of
BAD EXPERIENCE
is Enough!
Mr. MacVicar says we should reeled him
so his experience can guide the new
County Commission. Remember,"one apple..."
Let's Make Sure We Open
Those Doers To STAY

strictly
KOSHER!
There it is ... the all-important 0
of approval of the union of
ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS Of
AMERICA ... your guarantee of a
Kosher food! A delightful, quick-to-fil
Kosher food! The most popular
"meichel" of them all in every Jewish:
neighborhood! How about Heinz
Kosher Beans today!
jQ
HEINZ
VEGETARIAN BEANS
Strictly Kosher
- \


Ley, May 25, 1956
free
Sisters Here
officers
rlhur Stone was installed
I'nited Order of
here at ceremo
In Hibiscus an
,. (he
iTCsi-
bound
"lit, war-
B!oom, guardian;
monitrefls. Instal-
Worthy Sister Hat
*J^i^nrrHi^r)
ITw^istep,
krou^h
jtional Cancer Serv-
. recfBli e.iurwH'd ad ruifc-
iin.th<- |>e laboratory at Ml.
hnai hospital. The organization
so operates a mobile unit and
linings program for cancer pa-
ents through the Dade unit of
lie American Cancer Society and,
addition, supports the programs
the Mental Research Founda-
o.
The organization will shortly
Itlebrate its 110th anniversary.
What the State of Israel Means to a Young Miami Girl
flow i< k.__ .
Page 5 B
Irs. Reich Again
leads Sisterhood
Si-tprh I ol (oral Gables Jew-
OHiter has reelectod Mrs.
^tfred K : ii as president for the
67 J
Mrs R has been an active
fmher 'iihood. In addition,
be ha- I as Girl Scout leader,
pa< electpi treasurer on the State
wl at the recent B'nai B'rith
(onvention and takes a leading role
Emunah chapter of Order of
istern Stan
[Other officers elected were the
pesdame- William Bloom, Henry
y, Charles Rosenberg and Ben
tpkin, nee presidents; Samuel
JlOcb, recording secretary; Sam
an. treasurer.
The Mesdames Maurice Waldorf,
financial secretary; Jerome Weiss,
wrespondm % secretary; Jason
prosiman. historian; Louis Schnei-
n, parliamentarian; and Ber-
nard tamer, assistant correspond-
xg secretarv
Tamara Chapter
Slates Installation
Newly elected officers of Tamara
chapter, Mizrachi Women's Organi-
zation of America, will be installed
at a luncheon Monday noon at the
Ritz Plaza hotel.
Mrs. Henry B. Wernick will in-
stall the following officers:
Mrs. Charles Turk, president;
| Mrs. Jack Farber. first vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Isadore Yulish. second
iVice president; Mrs. Max Stern-
stein, third vice president; Mrs.
Sidney Margolis, financial secre-
tary.
Mrs. Irving Levy, treasurer; Mrs.
Mildred Kunslich. corresponding
secretary; Mrs. Jack Greenhouse,
recording secretary; Mrs. Irving
{Turk, social secretary; Mrs. Alex-
; ander Gross, chaplain; and Mrs.
Alfred Stone, parliamentarian.
Mrs. M. Frank and Mrs. Edna
Selis are chairmen of the luncheon.
Mrs. Emanuel Karger will be guest
speaker. Mrs. Alexander Gross will
i give the invocation. Benediction
.will be given by Mrs. Max Stern-
istein. .
For more than a quarter of a
'century, Mizrachi Women, recog-
jnized as the major women's religi-
ous Zionist organization in the
United States, has devoted itself to
meeting the needs of Israel's youth
and newcomers by sponsoring and
maintaining an extensive network
of child services and educational projects.
Below i, tn. priM.winnj
rr.;,8...... e* zssl
By CYNTHIA GROSSMAN
Coral Gable, j,wish Center
,J! brael mean- to me

it.
I
they have wandered over the face
": "" earth, They have been
wred and separated, abused and
'""'''l into slavery, Thus have had
to learn to live in .siranuc coun-
iu-s wnen- the, h*f to make a
home for themselves and their
families.
And yet, in spite of all these
hardships, and even the passing of
the thousands of years, every Jew
has always prayed to God that he
might return to Israel.
To me, Israel is my religion. To
me, Israel is the home of my an-
cestors. To me, Israel is the Holy
Land the land of the Bible,
which gave us our beliefs and our
wavs of life.
Israel has opened its arms and
its heart to the oppressed Jews of
the world and they have come in
to settle on the holy soil of their
ancestors.
Today, we read the newspapers
and see headlines that are very
frightening. I look at the map and
I see a tiny little country with less
than two million people completely
surrounded by enemies who are
so many times greater than the
size of Israel and who have so
many greater times the number of
millions of people and who want
to drive the Jews out of Israel and
once again scatter them over the
face of the earth.
Mrs. Matilda Ratner, president of the Burecro of Jewish Edu-
cation, awards first prize, Israel-made Passover plate, in an-
nual essay-art contest sponsored by Bureau to Cynthia Gross-
man, age 13, of Coral Gables Jewish Center. Award was made
as part of inter-School rally to salute eighth birthday of State of
Israel. Some 1,000 students of 20 Jewish schools attended
rally.
I feel that God will not permit
this. I feel that now that the Jews
are back in Israel, they will remain
there. I feel that Jews all over
the world and here in the United
States, in particular, will do every-
thing possible to help the people
of Israel.
I hope that the free-thinking j
countries of the world and their
people will continue to recognize I
the right of the Jewish people to
their homeland, and will guarantee
that right.
To me, the State of Israel is like
a beacon, a light that shines forth I
and beckons to the suffering Jews
of the world and invites them to,
come forth and live in the warmth
of its rays.
The Jewish people in the State
of Israel have shown to the world
that they can live and sustain
themselves there. They have re-
built their cities and have reclaim-
ed their soil and out of the desert
they have made a paradise.
In the streets where once walked
the Prophets, now walks the child
who is taught the teachings of the
Prophets. A child who grows and
blooms into manhood and woman-
hood and who walks in the path
of the teaching of the Prophets of
Israel.
And, in so doing, they bring, to
the world a heritage, tradition, and
a culture that is rich in the good-
ness of mankind. This is an ex-
ample of the way of life that all
mankind may well enough pursue.
These are the things that fhe
State of Israel means to me anil
these are the things that will con-
tinue to inspire me, an American
Jew, to help the Jews in Israel
to continue to live as the people
of the Bible and to show, by exam-
ple, how mankind can live in peace
and dignity.
'*' ,-
(s++
*S- AUtfDMKM
JjjJ* Phi Epallon Mothers club
, the season1! activities with
lTkTr WTty Su^V evening at
hr.n I "f Mrs- Ro9t "?. W50
"> M. Mrs. Miriam Stein and
P "edwin Benjamin were in
"**' of arrangementa. Mrs. Al-
"ubbm is president of the
New Sisterhood
Names Leaders
New Sisterhood of Temple Sinai
in North Miami held its first meet-
ling at the home of Mrs. David
JKoppelman last wepk. The follow-
ling were elected officers:
Mrs. Howard A. Novell, presi-
dent; Mrs. Leon P. Lipsick. first
vice president; Mrs. Herman Rod-
' stein, second vice president; Mrs.
Lois Bergert. corresponding secre-
tary: Mrs. Carl Lipton. recording
'secretary-: Mrs. Howard Apte, fi-
nancial secretary; Mrs. Walter Wil-
ner, treasurer.
Trustees are Mrs. Al Sherman.
!Mrs. Ralph W h i t e h o u s e Mrs.
| Charles Korach, Mrs. Ellis Marks
and Mrs. Harvey Cutler.
Mrs. Aaron Kanner, vice presi-
dent of Temple Israel Sisterhood,
and Mrs. Harold Thurman. vice
president of the Southeastern
Council of the American Federal
tion of Temple Sisterhoods, were
guest advisors.
Meetings will be held on the
third Thursday of each month, al-
ternating afternoons and evenings.
The next meeting will take place
on June 21 at 2 p.m. in the Oval
room of Arthur Maisels restau-
rant.
Mlltt AIIZIR VICI
"AtT" -mMKf" "HMJ"
COULTON BROS. GARAGE
Wracks t*WHf tWy Repair* mi rW*
itej? "aH. *** Mt S.W. I* Street
VSJ
1
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1
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I
"THANK YOU, the Voters of Dade County for making Me
the Leading candidate in the Small Claims Court Race
YOU THE VOTERS GAVE ME OVER 51,000 VOTES EXPRESSING
CONFIDENCE IN MY RECORD.
I earnestly solicit your continued support to
insure complete and final victory on May 29."
Judge Sidney L. Scgall
PULL LEVER 5-A
Keep JUDGE
SIDNEY L
SEGALL
Small Claims Court
\ir Endorsed by: Miami Harold; Miami Daily
News; Miami Beach Sun; Hfadeak Home
News; Times of Coral Gables-South
Miami.
i+ Appointed as Judas of Dade County
Small Claims Court by Gar. Leroy
Collins. Sept.. 1955.
!- As Judge ol the Small Claims Court set a
record oi handling 3400 cases in lees than
eight months.
ir Natirs Floridian. Born In Tampa. 1907.
Doxie County residentIS years. Pioneer
family.
-fa Practicing attorney for 22 yean.
+ Assistant Attorney General of Florida.
1941-42. *
if U. S. Department of Justice. 1943-46.
ff Member of State Improvement Commis-
sion. 1952-54.
(Pd. Pol. Adv.)
hi
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* Initi' rkwMton
AIRS. SOL SHVtMAH
We*v Membership' Party
Molly Torchon, membership
. i of B'nai B'rith Women,
i (,,.! lev this \m k innoanoad
:.i-i He. member-hip'' party
: Ihc yroiip ; mme Kimmcl. 530 Caligula, on
Thursday noon. June 5 Thii will
rfi'im ttntiarl luncheon, with
i rds and man iongg also slated
Sixth Term for
Mrs* Silverman
Former mimi'ivc director of
Miami Beach Federal IIou>ing Au-
thority, lira. Dorothj Kriegar Fink,
will lie installing officer when
itet Miami Women Auxiliary,
Jewish Home tor the Aged, installs
officers am) board members Tues-
da) noon in the Kubaiyat room of
the Algiers hotel.
Mr- Sol S;l\erm.m will ;i"iimp
the post ol president for her lizth
ecutiva term,
Also to he Installed are the Mrs-
- Benjamin Appe! honorary
lent; Max Greenberg, Baron
de Hirach Mayer and Irving Frank-
el. honorar\ vice presidents; David
Phillips, .lack Udell, Louis Makov-
sky. Herman Jacobs and Trudy
Hamerachlag, vice presidents.
The Uesdames Morn- Kriegel,
treasurer; Frances Ratine,, finan-
cial secretan. Benjamin Hammer-
man, record.n.: -ecretary: Nat K.
Kat/. correaponding secretary;
Manuel Tanenbaum. membership
lecretary; Nathan Peika, auditor;
Mo-, s (Crieger, parliamentarian;
and bidet Cohen. Morris Publer.
Helen Sparber and Anna Kaplan,
trustees
Program chairman is Mrs, Louis
Makovsky. Temple Emanu-El's
< ir:-or Philip Brummer will pre-
sent a musical program, with llv
Fried at the piano. Invocation will
be 1>> Mrs Krieger.
ay <_y
Mitzvalt
Kermit Bott Will
Be Bar Mitzvah
Kermit Howard, son of Mr. and
Mrs Rubin Bott. 1421 S\V 16th ave..
Miami, and Nassau. Bahamas, will
become Bar Mitzvah during Sab-
bath morning services. May 26, of
Beth David Congregation.
Rabbi Yaakov G. Rosenberg will
officiate, with Cantor William W.
Lipeon rendering the musical por-
tion of the liturgy.
Mr. and Mrs. Bott will be hosts
at an Oneg Shabbat Friday evening
and at Kiddush Saturday in honor
of their son.
Kermit Howard is a seventh
grade student at Shenandoah Jun-
Awards for Se!e!
Nancy Has Them
Nancy Jane Pepper has been pre-
sented with the DAH Award. The
honor went to the Miami Senior
High School student for outstnnd
ing achievement in citizenship
leadership, scholarship and service
to the school.
Nancy is the daughter of Dr. and
Mrs Max Pepper, 2101 S\V 17th st.,
Miami. She graduates from Miami
High June 7 and will attend the
University of Florida in Septem-
ber.
Nancy also holds the Delta Gam-
ma Award granted each semester
to the outstanding girl graduate.
She is a member of National Honor
Society, National Forensic League.
"MIAJ1I," school year book and is
parliamentarian of the Girls Ath-
letic Assn.
She has, in addition, received
the Honoraria Service Award and
has been chosen "Miss Good
Sportsmanship," "Stingaree Sweet-
heart" and "Miss Mistletoe."
President of the Girls Council
and panelist for the Miami Her-
ald's 'Teen About Town," Nancy
is the school's brotherhood repre-
sentative to National Conference
of Christians and Jews, Allied
Youth Star of Tomorrow, the reci-
pient of the Pepsi-Cola Award and
has been chosen to the Hall of
Pame. '
______J^Y- May 25,
U
"W/$ CMfN
>
Art*
Cohen to Head
Dorm Assn.
Lewis Franklin Cohen, m,
Mr. and Mrs Mortimer Cohen,
Normandy Isle, has been ele
president of the Men- Reside
Halls Assn of the I'nivwtoJ
Miami. ^'
The Assn reprcstntin| >i
1.500 men. controls all men's i
mitory activities
Cohen, now in his junioryesrt
a prelaw student, i< also am
of the highest accounting ho_
society and Tau Delta Phi frit,
ty, and has been on the Dean'jl
DAVID KUNl
Bar Mitzvah Will
Assist at Service
David Lewis, son of Mr and Mrs '
Max Kline, will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Sinai. Holly
wood, on Friday night and Satur-
day morning.
David will participate in the
service Friday night and deliver a
message of dedication. Traditional
Bar Mitzvah service will be held
Saturday morning, with Rabbi
David Shapiro officiating and
breaking on the theme "Short
Cuts"
Cantor Yehudah L. Heilbraun
and the Temple choir will chant
the liturgy. A reception will be
tendered by Mr. and Mrs. Kline
at the conclusion of the services
Friday night and Saturday morn-
ing.
Beth David Plans Annual
family Picnic an Sunday
Beth David's annual familv pic-
nic will be held at Gulfstream
Park on Sunday.
Isidor Bakst. chairman, has an-
,-' unced that a full program of
sporting events, contest, ^,1
- hal lieen arranged for all
levels. *
Serving on the committee with
I are Murray Baum. Max Hand
shu. Sam Levitan. Dr. Herman
Meyers. Robert Purisch, I-ester
nberg. Louis Rosenson. Ed-
ward Rothbart. Gus Shaw. Charles
Spingarn and Mesdames Jack
Geyer. Robert Nedbor. Homer
Rievman, Rose Schreidel and Israel
SJoUky.
Ardmorr
Howard, son oi Mrs. Rae Weis-
elberg. will become Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday, May 26, at
Temple Emanu-El. Howard is a
seventh grade student at Nau-
tilus High and attends Temple
Emanu-El religious school.
Pomerance Groups
Wind up Campaign
Rocky Pomerance. supporters will
conduct two motor marches on Dis-
trict 5 and several breakfast meet-
ings as a windup in their campaign
to elect Pomerance as constable in
the May 29 runoff. Leonard Cole-
man, former president of the Civic
League, will coordinate the motor-
cades along with Theodore Gold-
stein, civic leader here.
In the last few days before the
runoff, Pomerance will continue'
his "in person" meetings with vot-'
ers who gave the Miami Beach;
policeman-detective top position in l
the May 8 primary for constable.
Additional support for Pomer-
ance came this week as Louis Shaf-;
kin. former candidate for con-1
stable, endorsed Pomerance for the
post. "Alrmy business hfe, I have
beeq an appraiser," the Miami
Beach businessman said. "Now I'
sjw my appraisal of Pomerance.'
He is the best qualified by training [
and experience. He has achieved
an excellent, unblemished record'
in his years of law enforcement!
f am asking all my friends who
voted for me to east their ballots
for Pomerance this time."
Ai ilmore
Kumn lorr
ior High and has been attending
Beth David religious school for the
past four years.
A reception in his honor will be
held Sunday evening at Hibiscus
auditorium.
Out-of-town guests will include
Cantor Samuel Zimmelman. an
uncle, of Portland. Me ; Jack Bott,
uncle, of Nassau; and William Yan-
owiU. also of Nassau.
\\>t n.r-Kuhn
Perry, eon of Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Steinberg, will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday, May 26, at
Temple Emanu-El. Perry is a
seventh grade student at Miami
Beach High and attends Tem-
ple Emanu-El religious school.
Chapter to Mar
Eighth Birthday
North Shore chapter. Vl
B'rith Women, will celebrate
eighth birthday at a general i
ing Monday afternoon in the I
Shore Jewi-h Center.
The chapter, organized in
1948 with 18 members, is
ly the largest in the South Flo
area, with an enrollment of i
800 members, serving local,
and national projects.
That which is the oldest
newst in the chapter will be
theme of the birthday program.
honor of the oldest, the names i
members who have served B1
B'rith 25 years or more will be I
nounced. And for the newest, i
cussion will be focused on
B'rith's latest get together
ia social group for Greater,
mi's "unattached.''
In the absence of newly-i
president Mrs Emanuel
vice president Mrs. Sam
will preside.
Annual
Chains Weizmann group of Hadas-
sah held its annual donor dinner at
Charys restaurant Sunday. Guest
speaker was Mrs. Dorothy Kreiger
Fink. Co-chairmen were Miss Syl-
via Heller end Mrs. Harry Baaaine.
Double Bar hiitnak
James, son of Mr. and
Arthur Newmark. of 1330 SB
ter dr., and Michael, son olv.i
Mrs. Benjamin Wagner, 7W r
enaave.. will be Bar Mitmk *
day morning at the Nor*
Jewish Center. Bab*'
Abramowitx will (deduct W>
ices. Both boys are studs*""'
religious school of the CsaW
attend Nautilus JunierBII*_
f
''W-'WW**.
--WWA.
-*wwww>~
Ralph FOSSEY
is Qualified for COUNTY COMMISSION by

Education
Graduate Wharfon School off Finance
ond Commerce, University of Penn-
sylvania.
Temperament
Willingness to cooperate and work
with people to solve problems. He
firmly believes there IS a solution to
any problem.
business Background
Successful Realtor, Vice-Prf***
Miami Board of Realtors.
Public Service
Former Director Public Welfarf^
of Miami, Director Community cms.
Director Dade-Miami Cbarnber
Commerce, Founding P"***
Boys Clubs of Miami.


^Jjtoy 25, 19K
faOead Wilt
Honored Here
i. War Veterans Honor
-Tof Dado County will hold
K Ma> 30. 10 a.m., at Mt.
r ., Morl past department
Laruiri ite of Florida, is
Jrnun ol the Memorial Day
m.
^ncipal address will be Riven
[Rabin Mired Waxman. depart-
., chaplain. Jack Silver, chap-
,of the Minor Guard, will chant
..pi Mo'.i' Kachamim" tradi-
j memorial prayer.
Ljce- will conclude wi'h the
M of three volleys by the fir-
nLad. under command of Maj.
;v Horn, and the sounding of
Color guards of Jewish War
lerans posts and auxiliaries in
[area will participate with their
jjvidual colors
Pile services will be held at
Nebo cemetery, the grave of
^rv Jewish veteran in the area.
[ill cemeteries, will be visited
decorated with an American
Ensign Saul Grundwerg has ar-
rived in Gibraltar on a six-
month tour of duty with the
United States Naval supply
corps in the Mediterranean ar-
ea. The son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Grundwerg, Miami
Beach, he attended Yeshiva
University and graduated from
the University of Miami witn a
BBA degree.
Rabbinical Assn.
Will Convene Here
Rabbi Iforrii V Skop, president
"! U Asm, of Florida Rabbis, an-
nounced this week the annual
meeting of the Asm. to be held
Monday. Hay 28. and Tuesday, Maj
29, at the Waldman Crown hotel
Opening reception will be held
Monday night with the members of
' Miami Rabbinical Assn.
acting as hosts important session!
will be held Tuesday on subjects
dealing with integration, sectarian
n in Florida publk schools,
expansion of Jewish education, ex-
m ol Jewish youth club activ-
ities, teachers training institutes
and community problems in the
State of Florida.
Election of officers and install* I
tion banquet will close the sessions
on Tuesday night.
Page 7B
Three Appointed
Committee Heads
Leonard A. Wien. co-owner of |
the Seville hotel, has been ap-
lochet to Chair Federation Annual
Meeting. Committee Heads Revealed
Fred K Shu Int. editor and pub- president Stanley C. Meyers, who
a of The Jewish Floridian. said the annual event will be held
been named chairman of the June It at the Seville hotel.
i annual meeting of the Greater shocnc( Wednesday named Mrs.
U Jewish Federation. (arl Wcinkle chairman of the
appointm.-nt ol Shochet was an- nostCvsOS committee and Mrs
by_rcderation MonU, KeIig.,0 act as chairman of
the reservations committee.
Shochet is the son of .1 Louis
Shochet, a pioneer founder of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
in 1938. The publisher of the
English Jewish weekly has lu < n
active for a quarter of a century in
local and national Jewish affairs,
and has been a board member and
director of most of the major Jew-
Discussing the education conference which opened here Sat-
urday are (left to right) Charles Gottlieb, chairman, and Mrs.
Joseph Duntov and Mrs. Benjamin Greene, co-chairmen ct
arrangements committee.
>ssey Groups
iir Endorsements
a!ph ; -importers this
|k revealed that hi> candidac-v
coun :i has been
33rd Democratic
of D inty, the Demo-
tic club ol Miami Beach and j.s|, agencies in the Greater Miami
eral r. here.
ned public con-
tact- durii III- 48 years in this
nunity." his supporters said.
Ml borne hi re. He is the old-
son hi ,,,1 coal estate
ierand foi mer mayor of Miami.
|D. H. POsm
He was graduated from Miami
Schi.nl m 1926. and won
area.
Shochet is a member of Federa-
tion's hoard of governors and ex-
ecutive committee. For many years
he heade.l Federation's publicity-
committee and served with dis-
tinction as a leader in Combined
Jewiab Appeal campaigns. In 1954.
Shochet visited Israel upon invita-
pointed chairman of the committee
on hotels, motels and apartments!
for the Mt. Sinai Hospital develop-!
ment fund, Dan B. Ruskin. fund'
chairman, announced Wednesday.
Mt. Sinai is engaged in a fund
drive to raise over S4.000.000 for a
new 300-bed hospital to be located
on Collins Island in Miami Beach.
Wien headed up this year's Mia-
mi Beach division of the Communi-
ty Chest drive. He is vice president
ol Mt. Sinai and a governor of the j
Greater Miami Jewish Federation. |
Meanwhile. Howard Kane and
Isadore Hecht have been named as
chairmen of the initial gifts com-
mittee. Both Kane and Hecht are
trustees of Mt. Sinai. Kane is a
local banking executive and Hecht
a prominent businessman.
Lever 6 A
Restore Dignity and Honor t.
the CONSTABLE'S Office
ELECT
ROCKY
POMERANCE
CONSTABLE DISTRICT 5
Career Officer with Distin
guished, unblemished Recor>
. Endorsed by Leadinr
Citizens.
6 A POMERANCE FOR
PERFORMANCE -6A
(Pd. Pol. Adv.)
Gif i" to Finance
Sanctuary Seats
A gift sufficient to complete the
seating arrangement of Agudath 1
Israel Hebrew Institute was an \
nounced this week by Rabbi Isaac \
BVer, spiritual leader. <
Rabbi Ever revealed Wednesday
that Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schenker,
501 74th st-.. have offered a cash
contribution to the synagogue suf-
ficient to install individual seals
with foam rubber upholstery in
Agudath Israel's sanctuary.
This is the Schenkers' second j
hn'T n rea' est".leturi: District, ureau of Jewish Educa-
ISt Where.Kh! tion and in 1954 he was national
tion of the Israel government, with
lelor ol Science dejjree in eco- foiir ,hcr publishers of Knglis-h-
JM ir.n, the tnnersity of Jt.wj>h m.UM)a|H.r,
I Miami's direc *SJffAS> SS __________
< NJ, ..Ijare in 1940 and H*-*** ^Z gift to the congregation, the spirit, II
t^omn d i*iSI\fiJS organization. In addition, he is a ua| leader said, adding that the <
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Installation of the seating is
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I of 10. organuaUon W,U1 "president of the American Assn. of | pieted in time for the High Holy
"Key was the first president of English-Jewish newspapers.
Irami Boyg club when it was
nearly 20 years ago.
' more than three years,
has been a member of the
committee of the Welfare
WiK Council, which reviews
budgets of all Community
<* agencies.
y also is chairman of the
W committee of the Miami
of Realtors, which spends
$150,000 a year. He is vice
ent of that group and a direc-
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August Wedding
For Bride-Elect
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Marston.
945 SW 76th ave., announce the
engasement of their daughter.
Judith Binnie Sniderman, to Mel-
vin Donald Marcus, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Max Marcus, Kokomo, Ind.
The couple is planning to wed
Aug. 26 ul Kokomo.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Senior High. She attends
the University of Miami school of
education and is a member of the
l"M Symphony. Alpha Lambda
Delta and a pledge of K:ippa Delta
Theta education honorary.
Mr, IfarctU attended the I'niver-
sit> nt Indiana and the University
of Miami. He served tor three years
in the .Marine Corps.
Lois' Betrothal to
Neighbor Told
Lois Zweigi nthal loves her in
bor.
Her parents, Mr. and Mrs Arthur
Zweigenthal, I960 Marseille dr.,
Miami Beach, are announcing her
engagement to Gilbert Bruce
,irtz.
Mr. Schwartz, son of Mrs. Irene
Schwartz. Miami Beach, and Na-
than Schwartz. Celt veland. <>.
lives at IBM Marseille dr.- Miami
Beach.
A Miami resident for 17 year-;.
the bride-elect graduated from
Coral Gables High School and at-
tended the Universit) "I Miami.
Her fiance served in the Pacific
with the Army during World War
II. attended the University of
Pennsylvania and graduated from
the University of Miami. He is a
certified public accountant.
MISS CAROL BOXLEY
They Will Marry
In Richmond Club
Miss Carol Boxley and Stanley L.
Wellins didn't meet when they
were attending the University of
Miami.
But they did meet last Septem-
ber at Friday night religious serv-
ices when both had transferred to
Richmond. Va.. schools
Now Mr. and Mrs. J. Harry Box-
ley. Richmond. Va.. are announc-
ing the couple's engagement. The
prospective bridegroom is the son
of Mr. and Mrc. A. Frank Wellins,
l!i Montiila ave.. Coral Gables.
The couple is planning a June 3
weddmi at Oak Hill Country Club.
Richmond.
Mi-- Huxley g rad u a ted with
honors from Thomas Jefferson
High School. Richmond. She at-
tended the University of Miami for
two years and now studies journal-
ism It Westhampton College, Bich-
mond.
Mr. Wellins is a graduate of
Miami Senior High School. He at-
tended the Universities of Florida
and Miami. He now attends the
medical college of Virginia, Rich-
mond. He i> a member of Zeta
Beta Tau social fraternity and
Alpha Omega dental fraternity.
X
Bride-Elect is
In Army Corps
Karen R o c h e 11 e Langer
Gerald Broder met in Miami
and
last
,
MISS MAKILYH KATZ
B. Z. Goldstrich Betrothed to Miss
Ward-Both are Honor Scholars
Mr and Mrs. Harold A Ward Jr..
Winter Park, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter. Kathleen
Elizabeth, to B. Z. Goldstntch. He
is son of Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel
Goldstritch. 2838 Prairie ave.. Mia-
mi Beach.
The bride received her AB de-
cree at the University of Chicago,
Myrna Burke Will
Be Summer Bride
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Burke. 2271
SW 19lh ter.. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter. Myrna
llean. to Lawrence Morton Alboum.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Al-
boum. 6735 SW 27th U
The couple plan to wed ia Miami tne law **ool.
this winter. Mr Goldstntch
December at his cousin's engage
ment party.
Now their engagement is being
announced by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Langer, 1920 SW 32nd
Pi
Mr. Broder*s parents the Simon
Broders, live in Brooklyn. N.Y.
Miss Langer attended Miami
Senior High School, where she was
a member of the Student Council
and Cisum Music Group.
She is in the Wacs, stationed
with the Army Medical Division at
Fort Dix. N.J.
Her fiance attended Boys High
having graduated with special hon- School, Brooklyn. A certified pub-
Otl in the humanities. She attended
th* uni-ersity on a three year
scholarship.
Her fiance also received his AB
degree from the University of
Chicago and is completing his fifth
year on scholarship, having re-
ceived the Frances Kosnierel
award He is the Blake Scholar in
lie accountant, he graduated from
New York University, where he
majored in commerce and account-
ing.
is on the law
Miami High School, where she was,lors ,or ,ne comin8 year-
a member of Tri Beta Council. She
attends the University of Florida.
Her fiance is a graduate of
Miami Senior High School and
the University of Florida. He is
now in training at the Naval Aero-
nautical school, Norman, Okla.
The couple will wed on June 25,
the bridegroom's 21st birthday.
Univ. Students
Eye Sept. Rites
Mr. and Mrs, Ben Wolf. 5565 La
| Gorce dr.. Miami Beach, announce
Miss Burke graduated from review a"d WH be one of the edi- the engagement of their daughter.
Suzanne, to Alan Jav Baum, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Baum, Holly-
wood.
A Sept 12 wedding is planned.
Miss Wolf was graduated from
Miami Beach High School, where
she was a member of Phi Sigma
Sigma sorority and Future Teach-
ers of America. She attends the
University of Miami.
Her fiance, formerly of Hart-
ford. Conn., is a graduate of S.
Broward High School, where he
was a member of the band. He at-
tends the University of Florida,
where he is a member of Zeta Beta
Tau fraternity and a past member
of the Florida Union Social Board.
JEWISH DAUGHTER, personable, iatel
lifMt, sincere, wishes ( awet aeatle
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Plan for July
A summer wedding is planned
by Miss Marilyn M. Katz, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. David W. Katz.
820 7th st.. Miami Beach, and
Michael Edward Goldberg, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Israel Goldberg, of
Hartford. Conn.
Miss Katz, formerly of Holyoke.
Mass., is a graduate of YVhitfield
School. Miami Beach, and is a mem-
ber of Phi Delta.
Mr. Goldberg attended schools in
Connecticut, and is employed by
the U.S. government there.
The couple will be married July
21 in RrbsKOS Lodc. Miami Beach.
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r.May.25.J.9M
l^cus bland'!) Hal Pelton succeeds Sidney Meyer as president of
E country club. Hal also serves on the board of Lighthouse
JjJlinil, Junior Museum and Gov. Collins' employ the physical!)
jpped movement. Vice presidents are Carl Weinkle, Herbert
l0m ami John Sarbln. .
Ltfcoort will be treasurer, with Mayer taking over the slot
an of the board. .
.'Sydney (Claira) Weintraub, friends report, did a bang-up job
IWamittee welcoming Adlai Stevenson's sister here. But, her
bsay. "no wonder". Any task taken on by Claira is performed
I Witness her Mothers March on Polio, which has taken on
I proportions.
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HONORS GALOKt fLIGHT TO NtW YORK
jG. Rosenberg, 1119 Collins, was among 200 students recog-
Jfonor Day ceremonies at Emory U. Don was named to
iOmega Alpha, national honorary medical frat. Joan Freeman
ten presented the Stevenson Medal at New York City Community
[ for the niftiest scholastic standing in her dental hygiene
. She's the daughter of Mrs. Mildred Freedman, I960 Drexel
fcrandmother Mrs. Yetta Forkosch, 1518 Drexel, will fly to New
[(or Jean's graduation June 14. .
ilee Hand has been named to Alpha Lambda Delta, honor-
olastic society for freshman women at the University of
,.. She's the daughter of Mrs. Naomi B. Hand, 4750 Alton rd
Mated into Phi (hi Theta, national profession busineswomen'sI
lity at thi I diversity of Florida, is Sandra Thiarman, daughtes
[.Samuel Thiermans, 736 13th St. She's on ol 15 charter
for the Alpha Omicron chapter recently installed on

IS 8411 UNIUD MATIOHS EXCHANGE
T. B. Feders, of 8620 'Byron ave., entertained Monday at a
i in the Veranda room of the Saxony. Cantor Philip Brummer
i week to attend the Ambassadors Ball in honor of Abba Eban
ilovely wife. Cantor Brummer will sing at the stellar Saturday
in Washington. .
|TifK him is daughter Regirta, who will accompanv her father from
.Chicago Incidentally, wife Sylvia is in receipt of word from
uis Biderman, away on a four-week vacation in New York and
ng much of the time at the United Nations. .
. and Mrs. Jacob D. Katz have been beaming with pride. .
er Phyllis was recently inducted into National Honor Society,;
I the one-year French medal and was installed as vice president I
club at Miami Beach High.
fters to Make Home in Gables
Marri.i Hornstein and
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Ai dmofsj)
MM. WILLIAM GIVNlft
[Itltter were married in the
ftotel Saturday. Rabbi
taowitz performed the
is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. William Hornstein,
421 Luenga ave., Coral Gables, who
gave her in marriage.
She wore a gown of white lace
over nylon tulle and carried white
orchids on a Bible.
Mrs. Sondra Kramarz. sister of
the bride, was matron of honor,
wearing white and pink nylon
tulle.
Mrs. Phyllis Weissman and Mrs.
Leila Thomson, sister of the bride-
groom, were flower maids, in em-
broidered gowns of pink nylon.
SUDS, ANIMALS and SUP- Rochelle Hitter and Ronnie
"~ MALE PARAKEETS, cater-1Thomson, niece and nephew of the
CANARIES, TROPICAL ami' bridegroom, were flower girl and
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Marty Hornstefh. brother of the
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Irwin Weissman and Don Farber-
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A reception at the hotel followed
the ceremony.
Alter a honeymoon in Nassau,
the couple will nralre their home in
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Miss Beckerman Weds Wm. Givner
In Pink and White Ceremony Here
Miss Joyce Fraydel Beckerman Mrs. Frances Beckerman, active
became Mrs William Givner in local woman leader and philan-
7 p.m. wedding rites Saturday eve-
ning. May 19, at the Seville hotel.
Kabbi Leon Kronish, Temple Beth
Sholom spiritual leader, officiated
at the pink and white ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
Miss Cohen Weds
James L. Mack
thropist, 765 W. 50th st., and the
late Samuel Beckerman.
Her husband's parents are Mr.
and Mrs. A. Givner, 800 Lenox ave.
Given in marriage by her older
brother, Kenneth, newlywed Mrs.
Givner chose a traditional wedding
gown of imported chantilly lace
over satin, with fitted bodice,
square neck and short sleeves. Her
very bouffant skirt of chantilly
Rabbi Morton Malavsky officiat- lace fe" over pleated nylon tulle
ed at the candlelight ceremony ian(* extended into a chapel train,
that united in marriage Miss Cuna I Tne bride's four-tiered French
Cohen and Mrs. James L. Mack at i illusion veil was attached to a
the Colony on May 20. i headpiece of matching chantilly
The bride is the daughter of lace and tulle. She carried an ar-
Mrs Samuel Leib Cohen and the ""Wnient f *ds and J''^'
late Mr. Cohen, 3662 SW 22nd ter the-valley in hands covered by deli-
The groom is the son of Mr. and'cat m,atc,hmg lacfe gantlets.
Mrs. Joseph Mack, 512 12th st Maid of honor for her cousin was
Miami Beach. Sheila Lce Reiser, of New York,
.... ... attired in a pink satin gown under
The bride was Riven in marriage orchid tul| with slippers and
by her uncle. Mr. Leon Stein, of fIowers t() match_ Best man fof
Ambridge. Pa.
his cousin was. Hyman Givner, of
Matron of honor, at the blue and Havana. Cuba.
White decor wedding, was Mrs. i Ushers included Dr. Arnold
Dick Harden dressed in a light Sampson, Melvin Wolpert and
blue, short-length gown. Gilbert Stanley Feingold.
Jacobs was best man for the groom.' The bride, who wore a fine
and Paul Goldfarb and Lothur strand of pearls and matching
Scholl served as ushers. I earrings that had been a gift from
Mrs. Helen Stock, aunt of the hcr father, is a graduate of Miami
bride, kept the guest book, and, Beach High School and attended
Miss Myrle Iris Schwartz was solo-1 the University of Miami. The
[at. | groom attended schools in Lorain,
The bride is a graduate of Mi-' O., and Havana. He spent two years
ami Senior High School, where i in the United States Armv.
she was sweetheart of Hillel, AZA.
She attended the University of followed the ceremony at the
Florida, where she pledged Alpha
Epsilon Phi sorority, and the Uni-
versity of Miami. She is a past
president of Sharet B'nai B'rith
Young Women.
Reception and formal dinner
Seville hotel. Mrs. Beckerman, es-
corted down the aisle by her young-
er son, Stuart, chose a pink beaded
torso gown with silk tulle skirt.
Mrs. Givner. also carrying out the
Mr. Mack graduated from the pink and white wedding theme.
University of Florida in 1948. | was attired in pink lace,
where he received the Bachelor of | The couple flew to Acapulco and
Arts cum laude. He belonged to!Mexico City. They will make their
Pi Lambda Phi social fraternity, j home in Miami Beach on their re-
He received his law degree at the turn.
University of Miami in 1950, cum
laude. where he was in Nu Beta
Epsilon legal fraternity.
He has been practicing law in
Miami for the past five years and
is a member of the Dade County
Bar Assn. and past chancellor of
Knights of Pythias.
Dorothy's Troth
Told by Mother
Mrs. Pauline Feit, 835 Collins
ave., Miami Beach, announces the
engagement of her daughter, Doro-
The bride wore a ballerina-1 thy, to Mr. Robert L. Neulander.
length gown of French imported
lace with a bouffant skirt. Her
elbow-length veil of French illusion
Miss Feit. a native of Miami, was
graduated from Miami Beach Sen-
ior High School and attended the
was attached to a Juliet cap. She j University of Georgia, where she
carried a white orchid over a
Bible.
Out-of town guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Leon Stein, of Ambridge, Pa.;
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Cohen, of New-
ark. N.J.; and Mr. Joe Edison,
Washington, D.C.
Following a trip to New York,
the couple will be at home at 2975
SW 23rd st. after June 10.
pledged Delta Phi Epsilon sorority.
She is now employed by the Bank
of Miami Beach.
Mr. Neulander, a former resi-
dent of New York, attended school
there. He served a four-year term
with the regular United States
Navy.
No date has been set for the
wedding.
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MISS JANl SINCIK
Singers Reveal
Jane's Betrothal
Mr ami Mrs Henry Brooklyn, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter. Jane, to
Richard II. Cut son "1 Ml* W41
ham Lev} and tin' late Herbert
Cut, ioi5 s,.uth Shore dr., Miami
Beach.
The bride-elect is i lenior at the
Universit) <>l Miami where ihe ia
I psychology major ami a pli
er ol loU Alpha Pi.
Mr. c'arr received bis BA and
IIS di 'i'"" the Universit) el
Miami He ia current!) attending
the i niversit) <>i rexas, studying
for a PhD in psychology Mi-
is a memlx r ol Psi Chi, national
, ud \ipha
Omi ional service fra-
I' >
wedding will take place in
lyn.
MISS *ITA COHtN
.
MISS MAHCIA GtlOiK
Rose and Ben Goldfarb examine a display of trophies they
have won for their exhibition dancing.
'THE GOLDFARB MAMBO'

Diane Krause and
Jacob Petrosky
Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Krause. 701
nth st., Miami Beach, announce
the engagement of their daughter.
Diane .loan, to Jacob B. Pctroky.
use attended Syra
University, Bjrracoea H.Y., and
plan- i,) graduate from Beaver Col-
Jenkintoarn, Pa., this JajM
Her fiance i> the B0BJ of the late
Mr and Mrs. Harry Petmaky,
Philadelphia. He graduated with
ree In buaineaa administration
from Drexel Institute of Technol-
Philadelphia. During World
War 11 Mr. Petrosky served with
the Army
The couple plan a summer wed-
ding.
1 Yarborouh
Foreman's Sh
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The foreman of ihP ^
of 'he reelection oTSfl
ouRh as a county *
Yarbe;
thU week
s"PPorters
MISS DIANl KKAUSt
UM Sophomores Will Tie the Knot
Two sophomores at the Univer-
sity of Miami are planning a sum-
mer wedding.
Marcia Joan Gelder and her
fiance. Melvin Richard Koven. have
boeen Coral Gables Jewish Center
Wedding Bells to
for Rita Ann SucaS
In making the en Parker said that -dS"
[* "" integrity of "
horough whom I h'ave
20 year-
Parker referred to v.
asan -honest man who is,
lor the good of the p^u
county."1
Yarborouyhs ,
ger. Boyce Ezel. Jr.. pj
that Dade county needs
one experienced man on |C]
of commission) i
"If we return our com
ment over to five incx
men the progress oi Date,
will be retarded.
"A
completely ine
Ring
Wedding bells will ring Aug. 26
for Miss Rita Ann Cohen and Paul
Berg
She is the daughter of Mrs. Max
Sugarman. Charleston, W.Va., and
the late Joseph Cohen.
Mr. Berg is the son of Mr. and
Mrs.' Michael Berg. 10 NE 69th st
lliaa Cohen attended the Univer-
sities of Florida and Illinois and
belongs to the Charleston Light
opera Ouild and Phi Sigma Sigma.
Mr. Berg is majoring in commer
cial art at the I mversity of Florida
and is a member of Pi Lambda Phi.
Couple-He's 71-Simply Love to Dance
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Goldfarb. of 246 Jefferson ave., Miami
Beach, are knewq everywhere as "the dancing Goldfarbs." And there
is a good reason for the name.
Rose and Bon Goldfarb have had dancing as their bobby for about
the past ten years. "We mean every kind of dancing." they explain
proudly, "from ballroom dancing down to the mambo.
And this is proven fact, for a Miami Reach band leader .has com-
posed a piece in their honor called "The Goldfarb Mambo."
Ben is a retired housepainter and will be 71 in July. "Of course."
he says, "I'll still take a job when It's available"hia eyes twinkle gayly
"and if Rosa and I aren't busy dancing."
Amateur dance champions, the couple have amassed a collection
of 75 trophies to date won in exhibitions across the nation.
Each has three married sons from their first titif*, "and we've
13 grandchildren between us." They are just back from a trip to Cleve-
land. O.. and Toronto. Canada, where they attended the Bar Milzvah of
Ben's grandson and visited relatives.
And during their four weeks away, "we danced whenever and
wherever we could." Thus far, Rose and Ben have given two exhibitions
at the Fontainebleau betel.
And the reason for all this? It's simple: "We just love to dance."
WTVJ Gets Mew Award
NEW YORK Miami's WTVJ
television station was presented
the Alfred P. Sloan Award, the top
TV honor for public service in
promoting traffic safety, at the
eighth annual award dinner in the
Waldorf-Astoria hotel here last
week. WTVJ ia now the only TM
station in the country to win the
Sloan Award twice. Burt Toppan,
WTVJ public relations director,
accepted the bronze plaque on be-
half of WTVJ president Mitchell,
Wolf son, who is out of the country.
Author Co!. Nasser
Tells AH About His
Plans in Booklet
By RINA GROSSMAN
AJP
In a modest booklet railed
"The Philosophy of the Egyptian ,
Revolution." ("ol. Nasser has Ugf
ed for posterity the methods he
intends to employ in order to
create what is grandiosely en-
visaged as an Asiatic-African Em-
pire, presumably under his per-
sonal Jurisdiction. First, he would
unite toil vast bloc of population
through emphasis on the racial
ties of the Arab world. Second,
he would wield the instrument of
a common faith in order to bring
about a Pan-Islamic movement,
and, third, he would exploit the,
latent anti-colonialism, or anti-
We.sterni.sm of that area. Hia own
immediate failures at home he
has succeeded in concealing, for .
the moment at least, by using,
Israel, not to say anti-Semitism,
as a blind and as a scapegoat.
The one thing which unite* i
Natter's country right now is its j
hysterical and well-directed ha-
tred of the Jewish State, and as
long as he is able to use this tool
properly, he need not worry
about undue unrest directed
against himself. The other area
of similarity is bis lack of scru-
ples in terms of' his alliances. Aa
a thoroughgoing meglomaniac, he
believes that his alliance with the
Soviet Union is wholly to his ben-
efit and cannot possibly bring
him to. the brink of disaster.
This ia the kind of political
cocksoreneas which distinguishes
the dictators who have used these
methods long before Nasser rose
to powerand it is typical that
he has not studied their downfall
closely. In his relationship with
Saudi Arabia, there is undoubted-
ly an exploration of the possibili-
ty of taking over this territory
either by turning its mpnarch
into a puppet or by some other
means.
R is time that these facts gain
prominence ia the Western world,
as the place where they will marry.
Their engagement is being an-
nounced by Mama's parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Harris H. Gelder, 1725 SW
16th ter. The prospective bride- board can bedangerou",
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. to the taxpayers" the
Joseph M. Koven, Phoenix. Ariz. ; said Yarborough is an L
Marcia is a native Miamian and j link on the commi
a graduate of Miami High School, municipal, state and
She is majoring in mathematics rials. We need someom
ion. Her sorority is Sigma board who knows the
L^^3 Phi live details of workiai
Melvin is a graduate of Coral. (){ ,
Gables High. He attended Tulane v-
University, where he was a mem-1 Ezo" Pmted *
ber of Alpha Epsilon Pi, before, county is a $200,000.0001
enrolling at the UM. He is an en- "anil needs someone situs
gmeering student. ence.'
TO ALL MY FRIENDS ... I sincerely urge yeur
in the run-off primary for
HARVIE DUVAL
for STATE RKPKEKEXTATIll
I hove worked with him for many years in e*
and military activities and can vouch for his inte
Sandy Swerdlin
(SANFORD M. SWERDLIN)
i 'ri :
Better QuaWW
for AH I
H ARVIE
DUVAL
STATE REPRESENT*
Group 1
1.
2.
3.
4.
S.
4.
7.
I
t.
Modern Constitution. ____
Work fee yeor round stable economy
Socrotory of Lebor with cabinet status-
Stronethonme Criminal Code t. prevent cn
becewse of toebnlcoHtios.
fish-
miiul*
B llrTMnilt #V#fl10JMe%0
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niece to
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of Oeale Cejwty.
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U.S. lipailiset at hasMara. I^rint ah* **
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Cooory e^ tM SteH el riorieo. sdAY
PULL LIVER 1-A MAT ^
PULL LEVER
IVI- Adv


L May 25, 1956
>ff Scheduled
on Tuesday
county's qualified voters
[to the palls Tuesday to vote
[May 29 runoff. They will
Late i1"'"" choices between
Le Sen. Estes Kefauver and
flllinu.- Gov. Adlai Steven-;.
j nocratie party prefer-
[, tial primary.
are to be contested
county commission,
upset incumbent
pett,r. and chuck Hall de-
Krar.t Stockdlk in the first
Ma} 3
I Jess Yarborough
nK ui i : 'in his seat against
bwart In District 3, ineum-
ir will be running
i contender John MacLeod.
itnr 4 race will shape up
Slacey Howell and Raiph
both men seeking the
teat of Commissioner Pres-
Boaatable'a race, Leonard
bod Rocky Pomerantz will
[out for victory' in District
in District 3 the contend-
er- Thelma Hardison and
tills.
runoff races here, in
Dade residents will voice
preferences May 29, are
IDuV.i! opposed by George
|n for state legislature in,
and Luther Young-
la.^ n-\ incumbent Judge
1 Sesj.il 1 in the small claims
btest.
Segall was appointed to
Hi by Gov. LcRoy Collins.
ZtZlstnerldnan
Page 11 B
Double celebration by Golden Age Friend-
ship club is held at Beach branch of Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center. Officers
and volunteers responsible for raising funds
m behalf of Combined Jewish Appeal are
shown honoring Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hor-
witt on occasion of their 40th wedding an-
niveraary. Horwita, club president, displays
SI30 check, later presented to CJA chairman
Sam J. Heiman. Seated (left to right) are
Clara Chaiken, Dora Kaminsky, Mr. and
Mrs. Horwitz, Eva Friedman and Minnie
Rosen. Standing rear are Joe Elman, Pearl
Mathews. Minnie Sandrnnjil. flay Lessen,
Bessie Marcus and Heiman.
Adult Studnts Will
Get Certificates
"Spiritual Maturity" will he the
theme of a sermon by Rabbi B.
Leon Hurwitz and Mrs. Mathilda
Ratner, president of the Bureau of
Jewish Education, at closing late
Friday evening services of Zamora
Jewish Center.
The service will he dedicated to
students of the Zamora Institute of
Adult Jewish Studies. Bureau of
Jewish Education certificates will
be distributed.
Oneg Shabbat hosts will be Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Davidow, Mr. and
Mrs. Nat Goldy and Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Brown, marking their re-
spective anniversaries, and Mr. and
Mrs. Leo Hummel and Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Perlman. marking the
occasions of .the Bar Milzvah of
their sons, Howard .Hummel and
Stuart Perlman. during the month
of June.
Beneficiary Agencies in Total CJA
Effort as Drive Enters Final Stage
..SjEl^'nf" hf f S^K**! All employee of the Jewish
agencies of the Greater Miami Home for the Aged are contribut-
Jewish Federation are participate ; ing this year, according to execu-
ing 100 percent in the Combined tive director Maurice
Jewish Appeal, it has been an- Hiss Eva Katz
nounced by chairman Sam J. Hei-1 contributions
man.
Member
Pearlstein.
was chairman of
in this important, ^
agencies of Federation
agency.
Albert Comanor, executive direc-
fell Schedules
id of Talks
Rowel I. candidate for
icommisMon. District 4, is
up his campaign in the
off.
have received substantial contribu- tor of Jewish Family Service, also
Uons, in many cases increases over. announced that there is 100 per-
last year, from all types of workers cent participation in the drive by
in various income brackets. Hei- agency emplovees. The same is
man indicated, and a unique rec-jtrue of the National Council of
ord unparalleled in CJA history Jewish Women, with Minnie Fein-
has been established. j berg, in charge of contributions.
At the Bureau of Jewish Educa- Norma Ederer and Ida Kars. at
tion. executive director Louis mt. Sinai Hospital, have distributed
Schwartzman and assistant Zvi nearly 400 pledge cards and report
Berger conducted the CJA solicita-, gifts from all but a few.
tion. At the Greater Miami Jewuh i ... f-n__i__ ____, .
1 following accepted assign-
THE SWING IS TO
ROWELL
T*#e
veninc. Rowell will at- Community < enter, assistant direc- ments as solicitors for CJA at ,he
ah fry given in his honor,'. n TrPP ^.^""f hospital: Samuel Gertner. execu-
i and supporters at Home- Jlsk'n were in chare <* lhe CJA tive director. Samuel Zibit. assist-
park. He will then jour- dr>ve-_____ ant director. Samuel Farber. Na-
than Gaines, Beatrice Schwartz.
Mary Jo Frv. Mrs. Matilda Bren-
ner, Elmer Pickett. Mrs. Ina Edel,
William McMahon. Mrs. Eva Saw-
| itz, John Thomas, Mrs, Josephine
Gershen, Irene Makowski.
Marv Wernersbach, Mrs. Edna
Old Cutler rd. and Coral
. where supporters in that
planning a turnout. At
Rowell will speak to mem- Plff+farm TflllfQ
I the Polish American club, '
Cowart in Final
11115. he will appear on
i Courtney show, radio sta-
SBS
Faris Cowart, county commission
candidate from District 1. was busy
this week winding up his cam- Stephenson, Mrs. Josephine Foster,
lay il| fmd Rowell speak- paign prior to the May 29 runoff. Mildred Ann Vogel, Marie Oscar,
members of the Flagami j The candidate is running on a Miss M. B. Hennessey. Carmel Grie-
ity Center. At 12:30, Row- platform including restrictive zon- Co, Mrs. Mary Templeton, Alma
ak on station WTVJ. At ling for residential areas, adequate Davis, Okel Welsh. Dolores Moss,
to attend the \ county wide police protection, j Louise Carlsen. Irene Wishnack,
equalization and reduction of tax- j August Specse and Richard Han-
es, adequate pay and pension plans. son.
for county employes and greater | The entire s(aff of tne Greater
county-wide recreational facilities.; Miami Jewish Federation, from
Cowart has also been talking to
by the Miami' supporters this week about the
ln dinner and dance of
m Jaycees at the Miami
untry club.
evening, Rowell will
an
is campaign by speaking
sponsored '
ague.
[Homed to Committee;
Dartmouth VP
Lefcoe, 2120 SW 21st
ms recently been elect-
judiciary committee of
"mouth Undergraduate
student governing body
*>n of Mr. and Mrs.
Wcoe, is a graduate of
ur High School and is in
J"k>n year at Dartmouth.
n to his duties on the
e.e will be holding the
' Te president of his class
need for increased airport, hospital
and road programs, closer surveil-
lance of county institutions, elimi-
nation of home owner personal
property taxes, adequate county-
wide fire protection, equal plan-
ning for city and county needs,
deposit of county funds in interest-
bearing accounts and continued
and increased homestead exemp-
tion.
office up to executive director, has
already made their increased con-
tributions to the life-saving drive.
Comptroller Nat Pollack directed
the solicitations in the major Jew-
ish agency.
Heiman reported that in prac-
tically every case, the health and
welfare workers in Greater Miami
gave an extra gift towards the UJA
emergency fund, "realizing the de-
sperate need for saving the lives
of thousands of Moroccan Jews
seeking entry into Israel."
In addition, it has been an-
nounced that Rabbi Leon Kronish
Religious School Picnic
Annual outing of the Israelite,
Center religious school will be held | and Emanuel Tropp are appointing
on Sunday at Matheson Hammock.; representatives in the various He-
Program will be arranged by Bob brew schools to secure pledges
iMirkin, chairman.
I within the next ten days.
c

CM'i WHMTIAIII
" ... in the interest ot
HONEST GOVUtMNtNT, we
sincerely recommend lor
County Commissioner .
T D7MacVICAR"
Tuesday, May 29
Lever 3-A
DADl COUNTY URGtHTW
mm his ixmntKi"
I I'd. Pol. Adv.)
OUTSTANDING CANDIDATE
COUNTY COMMISSIONER dot. a
FOR
Stacy Rowell, ENDORSED BY THE PEOPLE, warrants
the support of every voter in bis fight against special
interests and pressure groups who seek to control your
County Commission,
He will deeply appreciate your support now and
vote on May 29.
With proven leadership and business ability he will
work unceasingly to:
Open the doors of your County Commission meetings.
Take politics, out of Jackson Memorial Hospital and Welfare
Department. '
e Provide immediate relief of our traffic situation and build
adequate roads.
Protect your homos with a realistic overall zoning plan,
e Strongly support tho U. of M. Medical School.
e Provide open and competitive bidding on County contracts.
e Establish County offices in outlying areas for services such as
permits, licenses and voting registration.
e Work in close harmony with all municipalities fn Dado County.
Hold the line on taxes by eliminating waste and inefficiency.
Vote May 29
Pull Lever 4-B
(Pd. I\>l. Advft
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Page 12B
+Jew 1st FlcrAfian
Jii^y.May
' T k<
25.
Past presidents of Jewish community center movement in Greater Miami
area received citations at second annual invitational ball last week of
Greater Miami Jewish Community Center at Di Lido hotel. Past presidents
of Miami YM-YWHA. Miami Beach YM-YWHA. Flaqler-Granada Jewish
Community Center and GMJCC are front row (left to right' Murry Grossman.
E. Albert Pallot. Milton Friedman. Dr. Sam Beckman, Mrs. Milton Sirkin.
Leo Ackerman, Philip Berkowitz, George Chertkof and Leon Kaplan. I
row (left to right) are Stanley C. Myers, Uen Essen, Milton Sirkin.
Huberman. Joseph Mastem. Sidney Stiller, Ben Clein. Irving Lax,
Strumpf. Stuart Winston and Leon Epstein. Not shown are Alvin Gro
Al Rosenfeld, Max Silver. Sam Weber, Herman Feldman. Harry
nick. Carl Weinkle and Bernard Weksler.
Social Workers
Elect Officers
Mrs Dorothy Alberts, of Travel-
\i.i Society, baa been named
chairman of the Dade county
chapter. National Assn. of Social
Workers, for the coming year
other Oficen are Maxwell Fil-
ler. Jewish Family and Child
Service, vice chairman; Miss Cath-
erine Bittcrmann. Family Service,
recording secretary; Miss Farle
Overby, Visiting Teachers Aaan,,
corresponding secretary; and Miss
Yvonne de Jong. Travelers Aid
Societv. treasurer.
Named to the executive commit-1
tea were Farley Neasman. Family
Service; Emanuel Tropp. Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center;
and Mrs. Myrtle Duckworth. Chir-
dren's Home Society.
The recently expanded National
Asm of Social Workers is now in
it- second year. Mrs. Alberts is at-
tending as a delegate of the local
groin,
Librarians Will
Convene on Beach
American Library Assn. will
hold its 75th annual convention
here June 17 to 23 The convention
will meet in Florida for the first
time in the group's history The
last time it met in the South was
20 yean ago.
City of Miami Beach will play
host to the American Library As-n..
with main quarters slated at the
Fontainebleau hotel. Some 4.500
librarians throughout the United
States and I pected to attend
Miami Public Library director
Dr. Frank B. Sessa i- a leading
member of the arrangements com-
mitee. Dr. Archie L. MscNeal. di-
rector of the University of Miami
Library, is committee chairman.
Miss Bertha Aldhch. of the Mia-
mi Beach library, will also partici-
pate in arrangements, with Mrs.
Helga F.ason. of the Miami branch,
in charge of publicity. Coral Gables
librarian Miss Margaret Beaton
will act as co-chairman of hospi-
tality.
Meetings will be scheduled
mornings and afternoons, with op-
portunity left for visiting conven-
tion delegates to take pert in Beech
resort activities. A "first" at the
convention here will be a fashion
show.
Big social event is the award din-
ner at the Eden Roc hotel June 10,
with the Newbery-Caldeeott award
to be presented at that time.
Beth fmeffi Sfudeifil
Present Silver Poutf*
Beth Kmeth Sunday
dents will present thei
with a sterling silver i
used in the reading of |
at commencement
urday evening.
The pointer will be ...
the congregation or HeH
wald. Kach class will til
the program, and AHiirt
present awards to stu
sonal achievement.
New officials of Miami Beach lodge, B'nai
B'rith. at the lodge's recent installation ban-
quet in the Saxony hotel are (left to right)
upper row, Nathan Kushin, William Agran-
ove, Paul Seiderman. Allen Goldberg. Alvin
Hellman, Edwin Marger. Center are Sieg-
fried Geismar, George J. Talianoff. toast-
master and Resident of State Federation
B'nai B'rith Lodges, Harry Milton Laser,
Gershon S. Miller. Abe Sweats. Sol S. Gold-
strom. Seated are Michael Soeain. outgoing
president. Daniel M. Broad, George Kron-
engold, president. Jack M. Fink, president
elect, and Irving Schatzman.
Project Worker* fefWj
To culminate one of I
projects of the season, I
book." Sisterhood of
Gables Jewish Center l
their >>ue-ts all members]
Sisterhood who worked
project at a dinner
Matador room of the
Sunday evening.
Mrs. Maurice Wal(
Max Mayer.
ADD A R<
WE SUPPLY PLANS
FREE TO YOUR SPECII
Alterations, Rtmodli*Q *'
anting achittctuf*. Uj".
d. Free Eitimatri. FM
CALL RAY. r* *"
Dial-A-Thon Moves Into High Gear
Duval Advocates
Immediate Action
The Combined Jewish Appeal | KopelowiU and co-chairman Alice
Dial-A-Thon moved into its second Mayne Wednesday optimistically i *^ >%
week with every indication that a predicted a record in telephone ^rffH JUrY KeDOl
final tally may bring CJA within solicitations this year.
LEGAL NOT
reach of $1,500,000.
Dial A Thon chairman
M J.
A steady stream of telephone
Harvie DuVal, candidate for
state representative in the May 29
South Dade Will
Break Ground
N. Kendall dr. west of Red rd.
will be the address of the new nP8n by
South Dade Jewish Center when (
the Center building is completed.
Groundbreaking ceremonies ea
this site are scheduled for Sunday
noon, and construction will begin
almost immediately, according to
an announcement this week.
volunteers have been working for, Democratic primarv, advocated
the past two weeks in the Miami Tuesdlv immediate action on the
office of the Congress bldg. as well
as the Beach headquarters, 420
Lincoln rd.
Chairman Sam J. Heiman has
been assisted in the telephone
Jack Carner, Lou
J. A. Greenhouse.
Joseph MechU w and president* of
all CJA beneficiary agencies.
Joint Card Forty Slated
Building fund committee of
Roosevelt Temple 33, Pythian Sis-
ters, and Roosevelt lodge 177.
Knights of Pythias, is sponsoring
a co-ed card party at Dora August
hall Saturday evening. Co-chair-
men are Mrs. Manpy Rudes and
Al Chaykin.
JNF Council Sets
Final Meeting
Final general meeting of the sea-
son for the Jewish National Fund
Council of Greater Miami will take
place Wednesday evening at the
Floridian hotel.
JNF workers who have distin-
guished themselves during the past
year will be honored. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz, spiritual leader of the
North Shore Jewish Center, will be
guest speaker.
Louis Hittleman. noted violinist,
acompanied by concert pianist Mrs.
Ada Yaslo, will render musical se-
lections.
Temple University Alumni
Mm lemiets thry Imcmm
Temple University club of Miami
will have its annual founder's day
luncheon Tatusaarr eftaanaai
Miami Shores Country club.
la charge of reservations la Miss
FJizabeth M Aaotine. 8975 NE
secretary-treasurer of
Sixth ave
the club.
Other officers include Dr.
Charles H. McDevitt. 7 Alcazar
ave.. Coral Gables, president; and
Dr. Charles C. Eppelman. 901 S.
22nd ct Hollywood.
recent controversial Grand Jury
report so that the cloud now hang
ing over the circuit court and en-
tire judiciary can be removed and
confidence restored in the courts.
"Immediate steps should be
taken by the Speaker of the House
of Representatives to appoint a
legislative committee to bold pub-
lic hearings on this matter," DuVal
said.
DuVal pointed out that any delay
in holding these hearings until the
1957 legislature convenes or until
the Florida Bar studies the mat-
*-ter. cearM result in "irreparable
harm and injury to the reputation
of the courts and could cause the
public to lose confidence in the
notice under rteti
NAME LAW
KOTH'K IS HERMIT
tf. ,|,|... .L-tiwt. "telrii
bu.ln.'s- under Jj*3&
Almerla Avenue. Wi 'y
lu i-k-i.....11 n-n "gg
,,r ,h. Circuit I <'irt "
RICH A K|' ''TVp
JIM M I v\' A wtl
Attorney, tor AppIIcmU
J01 I ''''
;, K *-_
~ N0TICE **
the un.le -'-7'''\hrt"3
Mile. -".....HtathTH
N.K. IMrl 3f^tSm
Florid.: "".f^'/'Jr
with the I'lerk <*J"L
Marks Anniversary
Motion picture. "Lsufhter
Through Teara," will be shown at
a meeting of the David Adetshtat
reading circle Sunday evening.
Place is 429 Lenox ave.
Judiciary."
"If after such hearings the evi-
dence is sufficient to warrant im-
peachment immediate steps should
be taken to place the matter before
a special session of the legislature
sometime this summer." DuVal as-
serted.
S I BROS R\ i
Mndrnhortt ">"*
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,.Moy2S. 1956
sing Director
in Chicago
teal Program
[jjildred Ann Vogel, R.N.,
ector of nursing at Mt.
(spital. has received the
ty Mahoncy award of the
n Nurses' Assn. She is the
rse in Greater Miami and
Kda to receive the national
[according to Max Orovitz,
L of the hospital.
[Vogel was presented the
I (he ANA national conven-
i week in Chicago. The
[award nw.ird is presented
son, group of persons,
Edition to making a signif-
biribution in nursing gen-
las been instrumental in
[opportunities to members
rial and religious groups
rie basi-.
ntributions of the Jndi-
^Borsine generally and to
[ration of nurses from (he
groups." explained Sam-
ner. hospital executive di-
fm'ist bo iiirrent and of
longevity to permit the
gets of the contribution
lb L\A award cited the pro-
kommended by Miss Vogel
[individual Negro register-
1st were placed in various
(departments over the four-
wd from 1950-1954.
' result, all nursing em-
|now function on the same
Ik ANA added that the
initiated by Miss Vogel
ued with the hospital's
! trustees, executive direc-
Ical staff, hospital persor-
lleaders of the local Negro
pogel has been director of
I Mt. Sinai since 1950 and
|free years as an officer in
Nurse Corps during
I* II. She is president of
I2S of the Florida State
|Assn. and a member of
a State Nurses'. Assn.
J!*trk>ridnari
Mrs. Blank Dies;
Was Top Leader
s, u,,h\!;liza,,p,h Blank-57'of
ibouln Shre dr., died May 17 She
came here 17 years ago from
Knmklyn and was a member of
Temple Beth Sholom, B'nai Brith
women, Hadassah, American Jew-
ton Congress and Mt. Sinai Wom-
en s Auxiliary She is survived by
; her husband. David; two sons,
| Sheldon and Arthur; a daughter,
Mrs. Arlene Alt man; two sisters
and her father. Sendee, were May
18 at Newman-Gordon Funeral
Home, with burial in Mt. Nebo
Cemetery
Pago 13 B
Chapel, Normandy [ale, with burial
In .star of Kavl.l Cemetery.
PHILIP OREENBEBG
W, >' KM Weal .1V,.. died Mhv It.
M' I .111,,. I,,.,,. |s |rMra Ug ,,.,,, (,,,_
ton and waa the retired owner of a
tailor 8ho|>. II,- i, survived by his
Wire, Annie, three daughters, a sister
and lx grandchildren. Services and
burial were In Boston, with Newman-
....."" I"n.iiil Home In charge of
local arrangements
A
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NUKSE MILDKtD VOGU
Mdeod Vows He'll
Hold Line on Taxes
IV
i -
EDWARD SCHMACH
ailment Mas
'"I KW in, v
"al.......,. h.
rorr, nv
'" 'ha; i. mn, Kes moui
,d ,.,..
n mirvlve R M .
'V1""';1' H....... with bur-
iai in Alt \,
-n u*,"^. SARA SNIDERMAN
' "'> I" Sh....... here two
"""' :"-'' ''..... W,,i, tei Mas
' 770 M-: | .,;,,, sl. w:iu .,
1 H;.,i, lewlh i
"" Ived t ;i da ighter, Mm
n two brothers,
l"H.idln Inane Hoffman a --..., Hnd
elahi _-,-, n.i.t.il Iren Ben lce vrere
t-l____. ,Mm.....lordon i- moral Home, with
ine rapidly growing municipals I,;|..... '" su S;"" <*emetei
ties of Dade county have not been
getting their proper share of coun-
ty improvements and aid. it was
charged Wednesday T)y John Mr-
commis
MAX HOROWITZ
n, of MO nw sith st., died May ft.
a retired dreaa manufacturer, he came
nere rrom Brooklyn tan years ago and
eaves his wife, Kva; a daughter. Mis
H.I/..I .sh.ihlll; four sons, including
Hldnej and a brother Servf. were
May M in FUveralde-Beach Mam
< napei. Normsndv isle, with burial In
Alt. Neno ( eniet,l v.
other aurvlvora Include three children.
MRS. IDA CHERNOFF
of New York City, winter visitor here
for many years, died lant week, sin- la
survived by her husband, la.uis. tin,,
sons, Including Brnaat Chernoff, 16<'1
s\\ ISrd a\c. and two grandchildren.
S, lilies were In New York.
MRS. LENA ARENSON
MJ. of Ml Pennsylvania ave., died Mas
. sh- was charter member ol
navld smi.mot;,,.., Ufa member of the
lh Horn,. f,,r th- Au. ,| and .i
"," ".....r "' Badasaah, Hurvlvom In-
clude a son, Samuel daughti r, Mn
taiadyi DeLeon; a brother, Mas Hoif-
'"'"' Wld II...... Kr.inil.hililr.n. Scrv-
' v" Maj SO in Newman-flordon
Funeral Home, with burial In W.....i-
lawn I "ark.
Leod, candidate for Dade
sion in the run-of^primary next
Tuesday.
"Despite county taxes which
have increased more than five
times during the last decade."
McLeod pointed out, "little of it
finds its way into the many needs
of our various towns and cities.
"Much of the plight of our in-
corporated towns is traceable di-
rectly to the fact that county and
state gobble up almost alt available
revenues," McLeod said.
And with taxes already eating
away the very foundations of our | ~Jhl\',
IS, of ."Ol Indian t'l k dr M an I
died M;i- 17 v, v ma-n-Gordnn
i Home wax in charge of ar-
rangements.
MRS. KATARINA DUBOVY
[ of M \vs with st.. who came
Hum New York, died Mav 1. 5he is
survived b> h.r husband. Michael; a
son. I..s|)e; uuPa brother. Services
wi re Mas M ill Riverside- I!,:,, h M..
!"'"'l[ "hapel, Plaglar St., with burial
in star ,,f i ia\ i.i Cemetery.
MRS. ROSE SHER
of IS2S Ku.li.l av., .lied iii New York
' ItV follow inc. a Ioiik illn.ss Sh.- was
an active oiembei ,.f Keth Tfllah H -
terhood al th- same time her husband
Hvman, who is .survivor, was presi-
dent .,f Congregation Ketii Tfiiah
Wide
Width
Shoes
MO PROBLEM HERE I
TRAIL SHOES
1646 S.W. 8 St.
FR 3-6863
EVERYTHING IN SHOES &
SLIPPERS FOR THE WIDE
FOOT. TO 10EEE.
JOSEPH MILl ER
J. of_ HID Pi nnsylvanla ave., .u.-.l
Mav 13. ll.....in,, here :.'", v.-,is ,,._.,,
from Toledo, O an,I is survived bj
his wife, Rav, five -on- and two -i--
ter. includlns Miss Itisnchf Mlllei
- a member of Kneseth Israel
Congregation Services and burial
were in Toledo, with Rlvernlde-Bach
Memorial Chanel, Washington ave..
in charge locally.
'-''WWWWWW"
e^/^^/^V^A^^^^^^^V*
MRS. SADIE BAUER
!. of in"? ISth st.. Miami Beach,
resl.iriit here for six months ami com-
ing from X. w York, died here, Serv-
ices and burial were i>> New York,
with New inan-'ioriion Cnneral Home
in charge "' local arrangements.
SAMUEL SIEGEL
'.'" sw Kth ave., .li.d Mav N
vlattfne in law-reuc*. I.I. 11.- is
invived by his wife. Mollie, two sons
and two daughteni Ha as a member
of Beth Kl Conjrreeratlon Bervlci
ami burial were in Lawrence
teounces Association
kn Hancock Company
tZalij announces his re-
lation ith the John
L I-ife Insurance
jl f lfr88 SW 14th
amSCma sw 66th ave..
f* Ifclnian born here in
|toterl fron Miami Senior
; lrxl attended the Oni-
Mian i He is active in
M civic roups in the
f>and was past president
[ung Adult league of the
Tmi Jewish Center.
llancnck ''ompany spe-
lanphas, of life insur-
> s retirement, mortgage
p. family security and
' fund-
lPiali/cs in group life
^walth and accident in-
economie system, the cities and
towns are facing an impossible sit
uation in attempting to provide
needed services."
McLeod listed as one of his
major aims as county commission-
er to "hold the' Hneon ta*e*.v He
said this can be done "by applyim,
the same principles of private busi-
ness to county business. Whoever ^...i-cr., 1,1 unii.,,. on,
heard of a man in private business ......|i-' JJrs Pearl K NM
... .. .. "'l -' Hervlce* and burial wi
selling his property to the low bid- v..,. y,i(. wi.', Gordon's i
der. and buyin| from the high,11.......'" charga oflocal atrai
bidder?" McLeod a:>ked.
"I would like to
MORRIS KRIEGER
M, of til \w _'ii,i si died Ma) 11
A r#iir,,| carpenter, he cam.- bars
nine years ago from Sew York and
was a member of Beth Raphai
I ifftIon He is bui v Ived bi three
-..I-. Ralph, William and Irvine: two
daughters, Mis s.oii, Lynn and Mra.
\nnle T.ynn \\ gmndc'HMren. *"'o
sisl.r and his
YOUR CMLO .
Through a well planned and carefully guided Kindergarten
and Primary School program will be provided with rich and
meaningful group experiences designed to develop proper social
habits and positive basic attitudesall in a happy and culturally
rich environment. .
TRANSPORTATION and LUNCHES PROVIDED
- REGISTER YOUR CHILD TODAY -
in our
KINDERGARTEN or FIRST GRADE
LIMITED ENROLLMENT
The Hebrew Academy
918 6th STREET. MIAMI BEACH PHONE JE 8-4o41
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MRS. FANNIE SCHRANK
,171 .,.'. -oiiins ave 'ii' i
serve Dade/Ku. rsi|l. i:. ... h Memorial I
- VYashUiKto in haige Of
county as one of the live commit.- i,l(.,aamngements.
sioners. But more than for mj - I hope for Dade county that a new
commission gets off Hr an all-<-l**.tr
start.
"I'm new to politics. But I'm not
it
from
MRS. RADIE BLYN
i ,\i-: iioth si
-I,. ..... In i nine vearf ao '
\, u Y-rU in,I Ii iui vlved h> her hus-
band, i......s. ., daughter, Mm (Sladyi
Humuhi ii. Harold I n
... .. .........1 \.-. L-|..._
P forum Meets
ffoup Forum of Monti-
TMBgrecation met Wed-
*"ng al the home of Mr.
PPh Parkar, 16175 NE
tjopic ol discussion was
He East."
In), ri I .,.., i.n,-----
\i rr i:'. inoi i' i kman and Mi nor-
,., i- ankensteln; two brothel,
new to Dade county, 6r to-business; inn, s ami Miium Henjamin: and
nciu.uui}nin,w andchlldren, Hervlces were
small and big." 'May l". In Riverslde-Beacll Memorial
_________________ A ei>, ^&'-eA~-^i>eA>^^_
LET'S FINISH THE JOB!
ON MAY 29
i; l K C T
Faris COWART
County Commissionor lUst. 1
PULL 2-A LEVER
rwM" ,i',l Pol. Adv.)
WTVJ Television Program Schedule
Friday thru Monday
FRI.
SAT.
SUN.
MON.
(HI .Morning Show I
15 Sign On
Child. Rospel
Ii Show, W.-aih.r "___________J_
.....". IS

15
sign on
.....mry Moora
15
10
45
'Buffalo Bin
K-, y
Man to Man I _
11.nip Into Ft. Ctery Moore
I-ook Up, Live
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3
II J.:ii BUtlka U nich T'xas Raatgem Camera I
_t.-.i ____________L. ;___________i__z___________
mi \ -alianl 1-kIv Big Top Take a Ti ip
-1 -i l". Love oi l.if.,
I ::n Tom Search
__ CuWlrm List
~" on
12H
Morning Show
Show. Wihr. j
Cant. K'ng'roo
"" Cary Moore
IS
Sky King
Living Fslth
A. Coilfrey
A. Godfrey
.Strike It ^Ich
Ife
oh
;ht
!Thls Is Life
I Valiant I-dy
I lA>ve at Wife
!Tom. Search
Quidlng Light
Unroll Your Chiidren JVoir .! the
NORMAMOY MUSIC & ART CAMP
1 g^2?ffl?^ t as- -........
I-: oni draaMitici.
m ATHLETIC PROGRAM ^ Cfk Swimmin9 r-..
. WW, wlinmlwt acttvltlw etwttrtd t th. Mart* $" "'t -
ti.. Hi*hlv MlM rafassUwg4 staff. __________________
SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM
Remedial ReWing and High UU\ $tai#rs.
wmniion Coll
".iui,on
-ON 6-6811
81 IIAkRITZ diivi
1 t*CH, Flo*.wA
STATE ACCHDMD
NORMANDY SCHOOL
I 3(1
"" Noon Killtlon Klshlng Club I Christophers Noon Edition
Id Shopper ilnicle Shopper Guide
;i" World Turns To It.- Ann'cod Hill Hi.-kok World Tunis
IS "_______________ Mas..hall |'r. > _^_____________
on Menu Magic Dodg.-Olanta
151
;i" House I'arty
4f.|
2=;
.." Big l'ayoff
18
:to it,ii. Crosby
C.
Dodg.-Glants
''.n-li- Korner I Menu Magic
T<> Re Ann'ead I "
To Be Ann'ced I House Tarty
I "___________________|__^________________
Bowling Time I Big Payoff
i Bob Crosby
ii .la- ki.-'s House Do.lg.-i liants Big I'ii.ture Ja<-kie' House
ir, I I -
| :io ICIgf of Night 'Adventure
M ___ I "__________1 ________
I Edge of Night
00'Alec Gibson
ir.l "
V>
)., Glenn, Mickey
ITo Be Ann. eil Disneyland
Teh phone T.
I Alec tllbaon
I
OOlClenp, Mickey
I:, Superman
|SI
4.". Hong. Kdwards
i'oi llss Archer
Capt. Gallant
ii Weather, Sports.Lone Ranger
I., K.nnk Reports I
lSO'KVienil Flleka Brown. Wthr. !Jack Benny
4.-,| _____ !Jack of Spoi'tal "
"_____________JGIenn._ Mickey
Tou Are There IGlenn Ml,kf>>
I Annie Oakley
Marionette*
News__Picture ID. Kdwar.ls___
W'ther, Sport a
; 11,-ni, k Report
I Robin Hood
studio r,7
7
8
OOlMama
iv '
SO Miss. Brooks
4.11 "
ill'njmooners
i
Stage Show
I
!Kd Sullivan
"
I Burns, Allen
'Talent Scouts
mi Dr Hudson
lil "
30 Star Playhouse Always Jan.
SI > i
Two F. Money R'nalil Reagan U laive Lucy
Man Called N
!TV Theater
" i
mi I .in, up
Cunsiruflt* ,
$ti4,m 9SO i.rn.-to-Pera. 'Rtinyon Thr. What's^-My L.I
I -M I "
10
00 i;.. Fishing
i.-, pattl Pagg
So Political
4". ______
I Led 3 Livea ID'nny Thomas FVankle Lain.-
Pattl Cage
Confi.l. File Wyatt Ksrp Colin, al
vs. Weather Big Town
1*1 B Ci usart. i
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Sunday Thtl Hil.li.-oik
for Men Only
ature Midi He Thtr. Sunday Thtr. Cr Men Only


PageMB
Musical Tribute Will
Fete Cantor Kelemei
Ralph Spero, president of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom. announced Wed
,v tlKit the entire weekend of
May 25 to 2(> will be deducted >v
the congregation and the coninnini-
l> to the ob-ervaiHo of Cantor
Samuel Kelcmer's tenth anniver-
lry at the Temple.
Rablll Leon Kronish. spiritual
leader >>f the congregation, h..- In
vited Cantor Irving Robinson, of
tiv Coral Gables Jewish Center,
and Cantor Jacob Rornstein. of
Temple Israel of Miami, to partici-
pate in the sci-Mces Pridaj evenini
and Saturday morning, respective
d special lalections will be m-
eorpoMted into the reguUr nrvka
in tribute to Cantor Kelemer by
his colleagues.
At the dinner in the Cantor's
honor, which the congregation is
Kkni^p&MMarL
Communtty leader Harry Muf-
son is co-chaiiman of a dinner
in honor oi Rabbi Irving Lehr-
tendering him on Saturday evening man Sunday evening at Wald-
;,t the Sevllfc hotel, music, too, will mang Crown hotel. Friends of
he the ke>notr according to Leon ,he Jewigh Theoi0g,cal Semina-
J Ell, dinner chairman America are sponsors.
A musical tribute will be fea- J____________________2._________
tured in the program. "Although
Rabbi Manus Hansom, of ft. Lau- Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
derdale. will be keynote speaker. Bernard Lippman Apr. 6.
all other tributes will be musical," Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs .
Ell said. Robert Bender Apr. 6.
The tenth anniversary dinner ^ ^^ {Q Mr and M_ stan'ey I
committee under the chairmanship pra(( ^pr. 5
<>t Ell consists of Mrs. Sol S. Fine. Son hom ,fl Mr and Mpg_ Q^\ea t
Mrs Barn Cameron. Jacob C. Fish- Rost.nkran2 Apr 5.
man. David I> Pollack. James M ^ ^^ |(J Mr apd Mpv Arthur
Local Leaders
Honer Segall
Top busine-s ;.nd n-ofession.il
. .... continuing their Minor!
,,f Ju !.. Sidney L Segall. Judge
of the Dadc count* small claims
curt In his race for the May 29
runoff.
Judge Segall, a candidate to re-
main In the bench to which he was
appointed last August by C.ov.
Leroy Collins. lauded "for
maintaining his court calendar de-
spite his busy camnaign schedule.'
Ju.' ill, who set a record
for the number of cases he has
handled since his appointment.
has bettered hi> own record by
handling MOO cases since Septem-
ber, the largest numNr of cases
handled in so short a time.
The judge has reduced the court
calendar so that now cases can he
heard in less than six weeks. It
us,.-1 to take six months.
Judge Segall is, running on his
record as a jadge and his* tfTjnlifi
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
than three years under a service
appointment by the U.S. attorney
general.
!<%.MayJ
2-4'i ACRE PIECES
Htfh mni cltartd\ an pwi
$7,250 Mch. Near St. Incut Canal
Statt Hiahway 76.
NORMAN E. BUTLER
tEAlTOX
13030 N.W. 7th Avt. MU 11440
0PA-10CKA
INOUSTtlAL 235' FRONTAGE
RR Siding CBS Building, 525,000
with only 56,000 Down. Excellent
Tartm.
Caff WILLIE ABRAMSKY
HI 65712 FR 31901
RAYMOND C. ASMAR, Realtor
Sunset Cc
Mortga^
We Can Offer To
Well-Secured l$t L
"t inttmt n, jj
that art m*^]
7225 S.W. 57ti I
Soth Miami ,
^HOWMOMu
Unlimited Funds
ftr
Top ^rode
Industrial and
Commercial
Mortgage Loans
R. K. COOPER, INC
2733 Pmcc 4, laaa Bl...
HI 4-4611
Albert Ud Mrs Irving B Kaplan.
Births
MT. SINAI HOSPITAL
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Won
dell Myers May 8
Daughter l>rn to Mr. and Mrs
Melvin Murofl Mas 8-
Son bora to Mr and Mr- Harold
Priehling Mej 1
Daughter born to Mr and Mrs.
R-rt Stuart May 7.
S..n txirn to Mr and Mrs Martin
Kleiman May 2.
Son horn to Mr. and Mrs. Leon
StoUcr May 1.
Daughter bora to Mr and Mrs.
Herman Rothstein May 1.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Waldaoan Apr 30.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs Jerome
Schulman Apr. 30 ... ,
SOB born to Mr. and Mrs Martin "MMieS fO Graduate
BnlrhtPr ^ a. .. Nursery-kindergarten school
Daughter born to Mr and Mrs spon90red bv lh, Slsterhood of the
na Uh T V w w r"' G**** J'"h Center 3
Daughter born o Mr and Mrs. fto,d graduiltlon excises Fnd
sTn hnrnlo "h v? Jun* the Center. Rabbi Morri.
FlkTn A^r%7 *"* *""* Jack (Skop and Lou.* Sebwartrman. of
nT..oMr1kn ... th* Bureau of ** Education.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs
Bieler Apr. 5.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin ,
Stein Apr. 4.
Mr. and Mrt. Bernard Norman
BOO, Apr 2.
Mr. end Mr. Morton Levinson. j
Apr 2.
Mr. and Mrt. Myron Spondor '
daughter. Apr. 2.
Mr. and Mr*. Milton Brenman
son. Mar. 29.
Mr. and Mrt. Herbert Novack >
daughter. Mar. 29.
Mr. and Mrt. Howard Rotenthal
daughter. Mar. 28
Mr. and Mr*. Jerome Blankson.
Mar. 28,-
Mr. and Mr*. Richard Rosenson.
Mar 26.
Mr. and Mr. Jos* oh Liebmjn
daughter. Mar. 25.
Bertram Feffer Apr. 27.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs
Leo Martin Apr 27.
will be guest speaker*. Mrs. Her-
man Fisher is supervisor.
12.000 Acres
TO IE SOLO IN 10 ACH TRACTS OR
ORE. North lai* Toono-ai Trail, to
ad Collier Cooaty, fraaa $65 to SI
er acre. Aha teverot aaien of Call
froafaft at Cedar lay at oaly $35
or acre.
CAll HEATH 84*3475
or IEN MILLER, e.eam, ..* Sa-dayt-
ie-6032-or MRS. StaHtAN,
4-S71S.
EUREKA and NARANJA
AREA
10
20
Sisee ER ACRE
$40 JOS
sisoo rat acre
S acres oaoa plailewl tcoriHed
Sisee PER ACRE
2': ecroa heflli olwilani Marffied
0WNER-817-2102
Doctors Hold Sixth
Seminar at Sinai
Mt. Sinai Hospital held its
sixth annual postgraduate seminar
on "Recent Advances in Dianosis
and Therapy" through Sunday at
the Fontanebleau hotel.
Faculty included Dr. Alexan-
der Brunschwig. Cornell I'niversi-
ty; Joseph J. Bunim. National In-
stitute of-Arthritis and Metabolic
Diseases; George Crile, jr., Cleve-
land Clinic Foundation; Maurice
Greenhill, University of Miami;
Keith S. Crimson, Dnke Univer-
sity.
Drs. Ralph Jones, jr.. University
of Miami; Louis Letter. Columbia
University; William F. Reinhoff.
jr.. Johns Hopkins: Hans Seyle,
University of Montreal: Solomon
Silver. Columbia; and Edward
Weha. Temple University.
Executive committee foe the
seminar here includes Drs. Mor.
timer Abrashkin. Jack Falk. Ber-
nard Goodman. Robert Gray son.
Jesse Halpern. Saul Kaplan, Louis
Lemberg. Leon Manheimer, Jacob
Neber, Julius Pearson. Jandon
Schwarx. Theodore Strnhl. S.
Charles Werblow and William
Wickman.
Dr. Falk headed the banquet
committee. with Dr. Lemberg in
charge of exhibits. Dr. Harold Rand
was in charge of publicity.
1
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IvjGUST BROS dYr
ji th, at sj
i
20 Acres High
W0 FT. R0A0 FRoiJ
*'.000 PER ACRtj
20 Acres
IDEALLY LOCATED oj
FRONTAGE ON SHVE|||
OniVE, 330 FT. WEST Oft
'-S00 PER ACM |
Keen-lovell Reel
16121 reawtlawM
CALL FOR APP0NTH
Phone 817-9
rTJjGUST B?0S|
fa the bl r'
NAPLES ACREAGE
5-ACRE TRACTS
Located 6 Miles from Naples-S75 Down, $24 perl
20-ACRE TRACTS
located DNtECTlY on Now Naples-lmmokalee
Unusually Low Terms
NO INTEREST
MO-ACRE TRACTS
$60 per Acre and up
Write for FoM Information
SUN COAST REALTY SEN
W. f. STAINAKM, f*f. a7ter
630 5th Avt., So., Naples, Fie.
Phono: Midway 3-2801
LOCAL NOTICB
HOMESTEAD 10 ACRES
PINEUH0
HOMESTEAD IS HURTING for
ORDER OF PUBLICATION HOUSES tarma \Um kmt. ^V.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OT THE "'uoto' W have Oth-
SVE SNTH Juo'Cial circuit of w AcfaQm aU otojt th State
ft P. L>.A IN and for dade: mi pw-ijI ewnn 1
in chancery.0* rToclda. SNYDER. Broker.
80-9914 Eraning. 84-6711.
Sunset Island 4
$35,000
Attractively Furnished
3 Bedroom, 2 Both Home
COUNTY
NO 19047*
BKNJVMIN lU'THHKIl. i
JKAN IHTF>RKRr;
auiT FOR DIVORCE
TO .IKAN l? TMIll lirj
llvj Rhorc l'nrkv
Braoklroj, N> Torfc
Tou. JKAN R'ith
atifl* ';. Im^II til..I
and you r^ n
of \..ur Anover or llrailinr t.. th- Bill
irf <-..ii;i.I.iiiii ..:i in. Ptaintl'r* Aifr-
BKN K8SI
Uwr. MUml. Plorkla, and ill- th.
Anawor or I'Un.l nr in th<- off:
of Ihr rWrk of t>i. ru,y. _^ _.
or l^for.. thr Hih '1> ..f .1 :n^. |!V< ""' ^", *<" >
If Km fml to to w. ju.iani.nl i.v u,-- foraiMea if deir*4.
ffctl'l will b* (.ik.n anal
rli-f driiuinilf plain I
DONE \M ORPKREH at Miami.
I la, this id Uy of May. A D
r. b i.KKTiirr.Mw.
i
I Hull- "ouiit>. K~..:lla.
alt
\V rvu-RNOTER
Ivihiiv t'terk.
r.
ILIIMtl
REAOV FOR DEVELOPMENT
117 Acres
All SET FO* 75' 10TS
Coat f U.S. 1. ciM ta Homiituf
Air < High pin* land located
*' th prcttnt demand far honfi
it the grralaat Prct far FHA VA i
finanta. I3.S00 an acre, vary hoaral
tarma.
DOROTHY B. FlYNN, ffeoffor
meeieioM pm, mo 7-na*
'
tad
ma J
2J21 Regatta Avo.
Call Owner-JE 1-0107
August bros r>-;
Fl
l> [lirBMf
Specialists sioce 1924 in
dbeke rool ostore m
Tropical Soofowest fiorida
larva Acraata. Wafarfraat, kaMMh,
Hl^eiwfaTy rrMHVM lowNIt
JEFFCOn RIAin
INVESTMENTS
2400 FltST ST. FOOT MTUS, FlOtMA
S-A471
LARD OF PROMISE
r~ Uf fo.aalaa^tap.H^atRra *r+i$
-. AH FWrMa tmi h m m4 ar.ta*at-kat K ""
t I A ^a>^afabaa oairEf OOOf BBOT
W ..aataa.r 044. H. Tlfaa^araTHbMiM*.-|"
r* H Wy H taOa-> IWrt rihrfi ^,
r km. Imi .Horfaa.. ^^"?^^.irlJjM
booai aoM atoc* i mm* laaliia rooi Om Stott **V*~y
wt kort *ow Maat aeeeeo ocro* ** -tfS^-j
"WlfO I laiaa" Oa^ oaHartwrf Imom mU I
:m to it* er*#-i.i0 fre
se% He** Tint """^ ^
ywr Safety
C0UIEJ* COUNTY BARGAINS
i..t lacatiM mmd taiL Nih altaatfc <***
Arwi. 998 par acra, a*.
Wa> odTavHa* only Bcotjcrln Act**/*
Mr. Webb
K. M. JONES REALTOR
N. W.


Hoy 25. 1956
Dade Groups
imunity Fete
...nibly" for Is-
by <
0{ North Miami Wed-
9, at North)
|feh i
ker was Rabbi Irving
Di spiritual leader of Tem-
:i Beach, who
Hi,, i, on the current
ithe Middle Salt.
nan "I th assembly *nd
r Combined Jewish Ap-
,e in this city is Morton
[He i assisted by co-chair-
Fred lilank and RabbM
lolica Sponsoring organ-
North Dade Jewish
I North Dado Jewish Center
Iclub. North Dade Jewish
Sisterhood, North Dade
Center teen age clubs,
|Dade chapter 809 B'nai
(forth Dade chapter Worn-
nerican ORT, Albert Ein-
up of Hadassah, Temple
the Greater Miami Jew-
ition.
his announced that the
community leaders are
n the committee of the
LalS f V nd Chapler hold Pi"'
(left ToSJtS CM8 aVaS1S cl"b- Shown
rh ngh,) re M'8' Carline Sachs, new
tTZJT1?*?; ?QVid Sachs' immediate
past present of lodge; Mrs. Jane Robin
_fhapter past president and installation
son,
co-
chairman; Ben Essen, master of ceremonies;
Mrs. Essen; Ted Robinson, lodge past presi-
dent and installation co-chairman; Mrs. Ger-
trude Kirschbaum. immediate past president
of chapter; Frank Kershner. new lodqe
president. ^
Apf e 1 ha u m Nathan
ijr. Val Bloch. Dr. William
Mrs. Frank Brant, Dr.
Irezin. Frank Biel. Irving
ark, Dr. Albert A. Feld-
vid Goodman, Dr. F. F.
jr. Mrs Charles Hinoer,
and Mrs. Edward
FP & L's 30th Annual Report Shows
Florida Economy Continues to Grow
Thirty thousand stockholders in, in aerirultiiro ami. t
every state in the nation and many 'IncSea'tt te/thaV =
foreign countries will receive Flor- last year, it now exceeds sSmSx
.da Power & Light Company's 30th lion annually m"'
annual report this week, contain-; Industrially, the state is also
2Ua ,17" f 2" W in Eaininfi new *** according o
1955 and a report on the forces the report. Manufacturing plants
wh.ch are shaping Florida's have doubled since 1946 and manu-
sotind expanding economy." facturing income reached $1 Ml-
Written in hard-hittin*. repor- lion over and above value of raw
tonal style and chock full of facts materials used
and figures, the report names 1955 Uranium, new chemicals from
as Hondas best year yet. the pine tree, pulp and paper are
Highlight of the 14-page, maca- a few of the state's products cred-
zinc-type report was a letter to the ited with helping manufacturing
stockholders from (lov. I.cKoyCol- employment to Ml new records.
| re J. B. Keys, Una, hailing Florida Utilities for Florida has actually exceeded
! Maurice H. Lfr- 'Keeping pace with, and giving gains in Mich great manufacturing
jrgeN. Leader. Tobin Mes-jleadership to Florida'- sustained states as Illinois, Indiana, Pennsyl-
r. Benjamin growth in population and business vania, New Jersey and Connecticut,
k Powi Mrs. Nat Rob- activity. it was stated.
I : m.ix "Growtog two and a half timej ^ear-round visitoi een as
pOliordI Schiller. Andrew M fns| M lhe MUon FIorida is ,h), another stabilizing influence which
Al Sherman, Mrs. H f;M(,M ,|(,V(.1((pJn,, ^able state in ,s "*n8 firm markets in resort
Spelton, Ar- ,hl> ,., (,,m(, (,own am,
IVln,SCbIl Ed" < yourself." Go* Collins wrote,
pun f ,.,- Thaw Hcrry thcn intlu(|(,d ;in imit;i,:n >t;irt
Waxman. Ernest a busiru,^ u.n,un. ,,,.,,.
the year corroborated these sta-
tistics and reflected the way in
which Florida is outstripping the
rest of the nation in development
of population and prosperity.
imne buys *
CLOSE IN NEAR BAY
250 Acres
High Pine, Subdivided into over 500
Building Sites. VA & FHA APPROVED.
Ready to Go-Exceffenf Terms
DOROTHY B. FLYNN, Realtor
7210 RED ROAD PH. MO 7-25*8
__________ Pago 15 B
------- 9
Card Party Scheduled
Card and mah jong party is
scheduled by Louis I). Brandeis
Women's club Sunday evening at
the Seville hotel. In charge of
reservations arc Mrs. Gladys Plot-
kin and Mrs. Alice Edwards.
1956 SUMMER PRICES ON
MARTIN COUNTY ACREAGE
in Fast Growing Stuart area-
will double in value by 1957
1,600 ACRES
2 road frontages (2 miles) West of
StuartWorth double askinq price of
1110.00 per acre. 29% down5 equal
! annual 5". interest.
385 ACRES
1.320 feet on paved roadgood land.
! Buy and sell off in 1-5 acre tracts nr
: develop- Quick action takes at S225.00
per acre*9% down 5 equal annual
5*. interest.
590 ACRES
With 3,500 feet on turnpike ac
road. A steal at $875.00 per acre29%
down 5 equal annual 5% interest.
2,000 ACRES
1V4 mile of U.S. No. 1 frontage10,000
feet on State Road 3,000 feet of
waterfrontage (St Lucie River) 2
miles of other road frontage. Fast
action required to buy at $550.00 per
acre. 29% down7 years on balance.
1,700 FEET WATERFRONT
on beautiful St. Lucie River (17 acres)
and on Intra coastal waterway by the
famous St. Lucie Inlet. Home, guest
cottage. Ideal for marina, or vacation
spot for executives, hotel, etc.
$175,000.00 excellent terms.
M. P. NELSON, Realtor
P. 0. BOX 1281, STUART FLORIDA
No telephone information please
Joseph Wcnger and Harry
[School Will
late Students
* will he awarded to 12
honl student-
ttha anuuul summer com-
exercise.
rs throughout the state.'
The company rth during
Chairman of the board McGreg-
or Smith pointed out in his letter
to stockholders that planning and
building ahead to keep pace with
the state's rapid growth and ex- aPPointed to ,hc umpired
Mrs. Hardison in
May 29th Runoff
Mrs. Thelma Hardison, who was
panding economy continued to be
the utility's "biggest job."
constable's term of her husband,
killed in the line of duty and who;
iwas reelected four years ago, is
Its ten-year expansion program acajn a candidate jn thc May 29
s who nave has twice been revised upward. runo__
Wh school studies dur-|from a $332 million figure set m -^ ,,ardison Wednesday said
nonies to be held Friday 1951 to a new high of $435 mi- .., am confident of victory in the
the auditorium. | lion, to cover expansion of com- S(,cond primary and win continue
ward G Lear will be guest Pany facilities during the ten year* toRcthor witn my capable depu-
ending in 1961. ,ies (nc qujek, efficient service
Keyed to FFL's year-round pro- rendered in the past in the sen
the ceremonies a play, |8ram of boosting Florida, partic- jng 0f warrants and criminal pa-
Mant."'win |. presented by u'arly in investment circles, the pors and the duties of the office
PS ^Indents. Those in the'rePort included as much informa- 0f constable at the public's beck
Vh
OUTSTANDING
Small Acre Tracts
In Collier County Near Naples
Acre
Jwve Evans, Donald Stone.
1 Ellen Gross and
fhbaefc.
-and awards for -schol-
"lence will be presented
the
tion about Florida as it did about ;md can at an times, as I have in
FPL. I the past.
Five facets of J^ufi(lt>V.UM!Ntir economy were shown, with details lived in her district for over a
_ on how each segment moved ahead quarter of a century. "I know
in 1955. Population wjas shown as' most of my constituents by their
ne and the farewell by
an.
to receive diplomas are
JWafia. Marjorie .Ash-
Basker, Steven Evans.
Carol Lachman, Ronni
V Rosen, Kalvin Sokol.
wre. Donald Stone and
er.
B Lear, director-prin-
school President of nearly doubled to the last 15 years, first names,
uating class is David bringing new residents into Flor-j Mother of four children, two
!* welcome will be given "da at the rate of 370 a day since married, Mrs. Hardison is a Baptist.
1950. | belongs to WOW. Auxiliary.!
While Rtt million visitors an- American Legion Auxiliary and the
nually bring more than $1 billion PTA.
into the state, to make depression- j ..j want to take this opportunity,"
resistant tourism one of the state's Mfs Hardjson sajd, "to thank ev-
greatest blessings it is no longer me and
Florida's only stable industry, the wyn
report stated.
The state has come into its own
voted for me
humbly ask them to please come
out and vote for me again May 29"
Tracts
M75. Down
$20. Month
No
Interest
5 Acre
Tracts
$80. Down
$15. Month
No
Inleresf
This section isi V2 mile north of Tamiami
Trail with access road Your own acres
that you can use right away Where
you have ample room to build, farm,
raise cattle, etc, yet just a few miles
drive to the White Beaches of the Gulf
of Mexico ond some of the world's best
fishing and minutes to Naples.
FULL PRICE ................ $875
Only 5 miles from proposed road running
from Hendry County line to the Trail
and wonderful fishing at Turners River
and Everglades City, the gateway to the
Ten Thousand Islands Good high
ground, plenty of trees suitable for
forming,' grazing, camping and hunting.
FULL PRICE............$500
Ik r> r,h Snor* I>nocratic club is
"T Circuit Judge Pat Cannon. Shown
15 "igning are (left to right) Morris
tor. Joe Russell, third vice presi-
n Hoffman, president; John Ma-
honey, treasurer; Judge Cannon (seated),
Lou Wolff, second vice president; Lawrence
Green, executive secretary; and Frederick
N. Barad. first vice president.
Ovr 8,000 Asm *f Hws tya* < snf*rtr k Mi mO by thU *Hnm
Wrsta SajSSB ?* brochure
^
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Midway 2-4291
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Phones
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GLOBAL SHORTS
HASHES EROM THE NEAR EAST
ISTANBUL (JTA)A front page attack on Jews has cost the news-
paper Buyuk Dogu (Great East) a three-day suspension. accord.nR: to a
military communique issued here. The newspaper has a small cjculu
tion The article, by Necip Fazil Kisakurek. who has served .severe
pnson terms for similar offenses, charged that the Jews had. '^hm,.
ihe.r h.storv. sought to destroy Turkey. It also saddled the Jews with
,,Monsibilitv for a revolt With* the Democratic Party against its lead-
er. Premier Adrian Menderes. and charged that the attack was a cover
lor an attempt by the Jews to destroy the party.
ALGIERS (WNS)In a fresh outbreak of fighting in the Jewish
quarter of Constant ine. a city some 200 miles east of here- six person.
were Wiled and lour wounded on Sunday. This followed the wounding
Ol IS Jews the dav before during a series of running battles between
Arab rebels and Europeans m that city The 13 Jews were injured
when hand grenade was thrown, presumably by an Arab, into a Jewhjh
cafe on the edge of the Jewish quarter of Constantine. After shots
we..' fld elsewhere in the Jewish quarter, also by Arab terrorists, the
European vigilante forces retaliated in a series oilraids or. cafes and
-hops in the Arab quarter, using submach.no guns chiefly Arab ia>ual-
t.e> were put at about 15 dead and nearly 40 wounded.
NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS
LONDON .WNS>-Mrs. Helen <\ Bentwich. wife of Prof. Norman
Bentwich. O.B.E., has been elected chairman of the I-ondon < ounty
Council, which is the local governing body of the London area^ Mrs
Bentwich il tb.....<-<>nd Jewish woman to be so honored, I.arly Nathan
having been chairman in 1347 48. and the fourth woman to rereive the
nighesl office in the 67-year history of the L.C.C.
Dptfd Ben C.urion. who spoke to Haifa's Mayor Abba Hushi by tele
phone the Haifa Industrial Exhibition was kept closed last Saturday.1
Heligious groups had charged that by remaining open on Se'jrdajrs the
Fxhibition was 'desecrating the Sabbath." The Haifa municipality an
nounced that although it would continue to tight against what it termed
enforced conscience." it had decided that the exhibition would be
opeaonly on Saturday nights in order to avoid incidents.____________
NAT 6AM!
300 ** kmjSJ
BONN WAS. -The Grand Gross of Merit <.f the Federal Bepublic
was bestowed this week upon violinist Yehudi Menuh.n by West German
President Theodor Heusa at a reception in the presidential residence
Mr Menuhm made his Berlin debul as a 13-year-old in 1929 islol
with an orchestra conducted by Bruno Walter. He was one of the first
Jew ish artists !,, play for German audiences shortly after the war, often
donating proceeds of his concerts to charity.
PARIS WNSiThe French Government has announced that it will
deliver 12 more Mv-tere .i<'t fighters to Israel to augment the dozen
delivered last month Thou plane* were urgently sought by Israel to
balance the Soviet jel bomben and fighters purchased bj Egypt. A
French Foreign Ministry announcement said that the United States had
waived >t- rights to the delivery of these planes under arrangements
that culled tor the manufacturer to deliver them to NATO.
ZURICH .WNSI Mordecai Oren. Israeli Mapam leader, who for
nearl) five years wai confined in Czech prison camp on charges ot
Pspionagi I here this week after being freed by the Czech au-
thorities den. who was implicated in the Slansky "treason" trials in
Prague and sentenced to IB years' imprisonment, reasserted his inno
Oj the charges on which he was convicted. Mr. Oren was met here
bj Ins wife Who flea in from Israel He said that while he was not mis-
ted physicall) by the C/ech authorities, the methods they Use arc
quite formidable
ON THE AMERICAN SCENE
LOS ANGELES (JTA) A charge that the 57th Assembly District
Republican Committee, which covers Studio City, Hollywood and part
i \orth Hollywood bad endorsed the view that anyone who supports
el or the United Jewish Appeal is disloyal to the United states was
made in a front page editorial in the "Valley Jewish News" here. A
subsequent editorial said that I copy of the first editorial mailed to the
chairman of the Los Armeies County Republican central committee and
the chairman Of the National Rapublien committee had failed to elicit
an] response.
BOSTON (JTA) Dt Harry C Solomon, head of 'be Department of
Psychiatry at Harvard medical school and medical directo* of the
Boston Psychopathic Hospital, has been name.I president el. <' ..I the
American Psychiatric tsan at its annual meeting in Chicago. The ..-
sociation has's(lnic 90 members, more than MM) ol whom have been
trained by Dr. Solomon himself
WASHINGTON (JTA) William Friedman. 64 year -old code expert,
has been voted $100,000 by the Senate for his 35 yean of service is the
government's top crypUnalytt The unusual measure is intended to
compensate Friedman, in part, for seven machines he invented but
could never rxbibit cominerc i,.lh because they were anil still are-
top secret.
LIBERTY, N.Y. i.ITAi Support for the expanded adult education
program of the Conservative movement and for the greater stress ,,n
youth activities and leadership training proposed by the Jewish Theol-
al Seminary of America and the t nited Synagogue of America was
pledged here at the closing plenary session of a convention of the
National Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs, an affiliate of the (on
y,ervative movement.
LATEST WIRES FROM ISRAEL
TEL AVIV (WNS*Rabbi Yeehiel Maximoff. of Samarkand. Soviet
Uzbekistan, who served as the only religious Jewish functionary in the
whole territory, arrived this week in Israel. He told newsmen that the
religious life of the Jews of Samarkand, fabled ancient city, had re-
mained untouched throughout the Communist regime.
JERUSALEM (WNS) The Foreign Ministry has acknowledged
that the Israeli Government had wrongly accused Egyptians of having
violated the frontier last Monday at Nirin. near the Gaza strip. A spokes-
man said Israelis, and not Egyptians, had crossed the demarcation line
in that incident, Israeli laborers and "a patrol protecting them" having
entered the Gaza strip by "mistake." On the same day. however, an
Israeli military spokesman stated that "a number of shots were fired
this morning from an Egyptian position at an Israeli Army vehicle
moving within Israeli territory near Ein Hashlosha village."
TKL AVIV (WNS)Following the intervention ot Prime Minister
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