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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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r^Number 8
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20. 1953
PRICE: TEN CENTS
ISSIA BREAKS WITH ISRAEL
lust Stand Behind Jewish State, Leaders \ftfdke Further Demand
L. Nations Balk In Favor Of Egypt And East p lmm;nir^iirxn 1 run
" Cooyri9M 1953 by TH. J.W.K T.,^.pMc A9.ncy. .nc TOr ImmigtatlOH LCLW
Revisions In Capital
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L?K (ITUThe Kremlin's rupture of diplomatic relations with the State of Israel last week
Li on I he shoulders of the Western Powers the obligation and responsibility to stand squarely
[wish State tt it faced up to the anger of the Soviet Empire.
Ip in" Israel maximum support in this crisis, diplomats here noted this week, could the free
hpYnmmunists that it was solidly united in resistance to all forms of pressure and aggression,
they asserted, was imperative if the Communists were to be deferred from further aggres-
tic circles at the United Nations, quick to sense the-r
, united front in support of Israel as the tiny sUte faced
of the East, privately voiced apprehensions, however, that
(rael might be subordinated to efforts to win Egypt all the
[participation in a Middle East defense project.
Lt break of relations with Israel had been anticipated
Udio Moscow exposed a "Jewish plot" to assassinate Soviet
. onlv question remaining was when and under what cir-
|he Kremlin would translate its bitter hostility against the
into an open diplomatic rupture. ___________
It Pretext
Ision came last week
fcie misguided right-
lists or provocatuers
six-and a half pound
iSoviet Legation in Tel
pusly damaging the
injuring four Rus-
nrisfa child in a near-
ne of the wounded was
ivel Ycrshov, the So-
foreign diplomatic mission but at
the heart of the state itself.
"Every effort will be made to
find the perpetrators of this foul
deed and when found, they will be
brought to swift justice. The gov-
ernment expresses its sense of af-
fliction and deep regret to the So-
viet Mihister and members of the
legation staff, particularly to the
injured who are now being attend
ed in the hospital."
Reject Apologias
The Israel press was unanimous
in its condemnation of the bomb-
ing. All newspapers agreed that
the entire community was horri-
fied by the bombing and would
fight terrorism with every means
at its disposal. They also agreed
with the government that the blast
was a blow to the State, as well as
to the Soviet legation. One news-
paper speculated that the bomb
might have been placed by Arab
infiltrees hoping to embitter So-
viet-Israel relations.
In seizing on the bombing as a
pretext to sever relations, the
Continued on Pago 5 A
WASHINGTON (JTA>Three major Christian groups last week
took a strong position on the McCarran-Walter Immigration legislation
and called for its speedy correction and revision. A statement o!
princips adopted by the Board of the National Council of Catholic
Women meeting in Washington called for revision of the law.
"We have a real obligation to help relieve the problems of ref
ugees, escapees and prospective
emigrants, preferably through an
immediate change in our basic im-
migration law, or if necessary,
through emigration legislation,"
the board declared. It asserted that
"just and workable" plan to re-
place the present national origins
quota system, called for a three-
year "statuory priority" to perm:"
admission of 100.000 refugees a
w,v w.m w ii mi -* ~-~. .------- HUIIIISMUU III 1W.WU uriug^c^ a
the present law had resulted in re-, year ana> asked amendment of the
duction of available quota numbers present law to secure the rights c,f
"to some of the very persons that naturalized citizens.
need them most." The organizati0n represents four
The statement disclosed that mjnion church members of cight
visa distribution should not be on Lutheran den0minations.
the basis of race or racial ances-
. The National Board of the Young
'Women's Christian Association.
meeting in New York, adopted a
The National Lutheran Council,
in its 35th annual convention at
Atlantic City, requested Congress
resolution urging laws to assure
Ified Israel Government
I offered profuse apolo-
ow. promised to pay
iges and launched a
suspects.
I for the bombing out-
jlaimed by an organiza-
itself The Young He-
len proclaimed in letters
uld blew up the other
: legations in Israel and
fngQ European Jewish
Communists.
!tion. however, centered
Knti-Communist League
[which were rounded up
king.
David Ben Gurion, re-
the Knesset on the
it, denounced the bomb-
abominable outrage."
pgn Ministry issued a
1 which it declared:
fcemment views with hor-
letestation the dastardly
mitted this evening on
legation in Tel Aviv,
of criminal folly stands
in the eyes of all de-
is who will recognize it
not merely against a
Dominican Republic Will Raise
Soviet-Jewish Issue Before UN
NEW YORK tJTA) The dele-
gation of the Dominican Republic, I
headed by Generalissimo Rafael L.
Trujillo, will raise the issue of I
Communist anti-Semitism in the
UN General Assembly later this
month and will also seek Security
Council action, it was learned at
the United Nations this week.
UN action was being mapped as
Jews and non-Jews throughout
the free world swelled the grow-
ing chorus of protest against the
anti-Semitic policies of the Com-
munists. In American Jewish com-
munities, as elsewhere in the free
world, huge public protests were
being organized in the hope that
the Communist leaders m the
Kremlin might be influenced by a
truly massive display of public
sentiment.
General Trujillo, former* presi
dent of the Republic and sponsor
of a Jewish refugee settlement |
scheme on the island during the
Nazi regime, announced that his
country would be willing to admit
25,000 Jewish refugees from the
Iron Curtain countries.
The Dominicans were reported
as consulting with other Latin
American states on a joint action
at the United Nations. Meanwhile.
Israel Ambassador Abba Eban con-
ferred with Ambassador Henry Ca-
bot Lodge. Jr., head of the Amer-
ican delegation at the UN.
The hour-long conversation was
devoted to a discussion of the gen-
eral situation in the Middle East
and about Middle East questions
before the UN. particularly those
pertaining to Israel and the Arab
states. Arthur Lourie and Gideon
Raphael, members of the Israel
I Atlantic City, requested congress that our immigration poHcy was
|to rewrite the law. proposed a based on g ^^deration ^ numan
welfare, as well as on our ow.i
special needs and responsibilities.
The resolution further advocated
immediate legislation to admit to
the United States its fair share of
refugees and remaining displace.;
persons.
The Board declared that the
McCarran-Walter system fixing Im-
migration quotas on the basis of
national origins of our population
was "manifestly unfair because irr
migrants from Great Britain and
Western Europe will still receive
preferential treatment."
Co-Author Disappointed
Representative Francis E. Wal-
ter, co-author of the McCarran-
Walter Immigration Act. complain-
I ed last week that he was disap-
I pointed by President Eisenhower s
State of the Union message because
' the President "makes the broad.
; sweeping charge that the Act is
I discriminatory and contains inju-
1 tices without citing one single in-
1 stance to back it up." In this re-
spect. Representative Walter said.
the President "is entirely in error
or has been misinformed."
I Senate Judiciary Chairman Wil-
Continued on Page S A
delegation at the UN. participated
in the meeting, as did two of Am-
bassador Lodge's assistants. It is
understood that Ambassador Eban
was encouraged by the atmosphere
which prevailed during the meet-
ing, which took place at the Israel
consulate.
Addressing the opening session
of an Israel Institute at the Jew-
ish Theological Institute of Amer-
ica later, Eban said that "Israel to-
day incurs the hostile menace of
totalitarianism precisely because it
brings the contrary doctrine of
liberty into an area which seemed
safe for despotism." He added that
since Israel's security is threat-
I ened as a result of its devo+i'w to
iihf democratic cause, it should be
entitled to expect "increased soli-
Continued on Pago 5 A
iticafBottdMeeting Is Slated For Sunday
P***^* ^^w"~ -* __________and progress of the young d
|eppert up Anti-Semitic |
by Russia and her satl-
[ prompted the calling of
goncy conference to be |
I Sunday at Miami Beach.
I Israel Bonds are the 1
[of the luncheon meeting
the Saxony Hotel. Prin-
1 include Kdward G. Rob-'
f>|ed start of theatre and
Go\ ern.it Theodore Mc .
Df Maryland.
B Vene/ky, of Pcoria,
MB the Executive Commit
^e national Israel Bond
.arrive,! here early in the
"rect preparations for the
*y conference He reported
? leadors Present will in-
pS Montor vice | ...
sIael ^nd organization,
Rothbe
[Special Sales.
ru. national chair-
ng the
Purpose of the
littart 6. Ji*'
luncheon conference Venezky said:
-Recent events have highlight]
ed the urgent necessity for all I
American Jews to consider how:
best to aid Israel in the crisis!
which confronts it. The severance
by Russia of diplomatic relations'
with Israel and growing anti-sem-
itism in countries behind the Iron
Curtain, threaten the security of
millions of Jews. Assistance to Is-
rael's economic development
through the State of Israel Bond
is all '' 'cans of meet-
bis challenge "
Th" Stat.^ ef I-rael Bond organ-
ization has already raised more
than $150,000,000 for the economic
expansion md development f th-
rew democracy
Governor McKeldin recently
> .srael. met,
wi.h le0>" of th- country and ,
studied the economic conditions
Coveroer Thtodtre McKeldin
and progress of the young democ-
racy.
Elected in 1950 to the highest
office in Maryland by the largest
majority ever given any candidate
for that office. Governor McKeldin
had previously served for five
years as Mayor of Baltimore. In
that post, he was responsible for
significant governmental reforms
and improvements. A graduate of
the University of Maryland and a
holder of honorary degrees from
six colleges and universities. Gov-
ernor McKeldin first achieved
prominence as a lawyer and public
speaker, lecturing throughout the
country and teaching public speak-
ing at many institutions for highe.-
learning.
Mr. Robinson has also made a
trip to Israel and is one of the
I foremost exponents of the upbuild-
ing of democratic institutions in
I the State of Israel.


PAGE 2A
Air Crash Kills
46; Miamians Are
Now Identified
A National Airlines DC-6 crash-
ed into the Gulf ot Mexki on Sat-
urday, killing the 46 ;
aboard. The plane's route includ-
4 : Miami and New Orlean-
. stopover in Tampa.
The giant aircraft was only 35
minutes from its destination A
heavy storm over the Gulf was
<-d by company officials I r
the tragedy
Concentrated search of the crash ,
area ha> thusfar yielded only 17
bodies of the 41 pas
five crew members aboard
these, only 12 are now positively
identified
Among the p
Mrs Jean Diemar. 6795 SW 16:h
Terrace Miami: Robert B Fried-
man, who had been here with his
siting I ghter. Mr-
P.jth Huru.-. | SW 4th
Street Mrs. lomon,
i \. i .; Ifiami Beach
Mrs S D are
..... 11

- survived by her hu-

rii barge ol
Experimental* At reced bv!r#in,
IV Bmm Theater 1^!^"
The third experimental brll of
one act. student-written plays of
the University of Miami Drama De j
partment's 1952-53 season will be
prattad at the Box Theatre to
night and Saturday. February 20th
and 21st
The one act plays are Bob Hil
dreth's Merry-Go Round, directed
bj Sally Singer and Mary Bryant;
Eleanor Adams' Finale, directed by
John Martucci: and Frank Kck
blom'l Tars And Feathers, di
Tickets io: lubilea are delivered to Mrs. Abe Biienbaum by
Mrs. How-rd Kane. The Mount Sinai Hospital Jubilee, which
will be chaired by Ed Sufliv |Ota ,hls >"" ic a
4'j-hcur fund raiting shew with tor entertainers hom the-
and>nighi clubs in Ihe Miami area, as well as hom New
York and H:'.. -zed- Volunteer workers for the Jubilee have
been busy taking orders fcr ::c.-:e:s answering requests and
delivering keto as Mrs. Kane is doing here.
liliflic Spirit Is
In Rehearsal
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TO Dedicate New Dr Lookstein Here To
Aid Yeshiva Campaign
Dr Joseph H. Lookstein, oi New
lional chairman of the
-.. I y*i
Yeshiva

He will fei -
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South Flori la
i met to be
Ireati spring
n the
ill ad-
join tl
Party For Laurel Court
Mr and Mr- Joseph Sterner will
sor a social and card party on
Monday evening. February 23rd. at
8 p.m.. for Laurel Court No. 11.
Order of the Amaranth The affair
K-duled for the Odd Fellow,
Ti -pie at 215 NW 4th Street Mi
35C Lincoln Road
Mezzanine Phone 5-5419
Entrance on Washington Ave.
OCULISTS
Prescriptions Filled
Lenses and Frames
Duplicated
Large Selection in Latest
Styles
Addition At Mt.
Sinai Cemetery
The
held
tion I
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ti.". and

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M Drewich, president oi the Mi
ami Hebrew Si
gation ami president of the Greater
Mian-.. i i meter] Associa
tion, owi operator
Mi int Sinai.
Historic of the ceme
lerj will be given by 'hairman
Simon.-. Other- >peaking will be
Sidney H F'almer. executive direc
tor. and members of the Board of
Directors
- The official dedication and con-
seeration will include: Psalm Reci-
tation. Rabbi Swirsky and Cantor:
Opening Prayer. Rabbi Shapiro
Dedicatory Address, Rabbi April.
Chanting Psalms, the Cantors
Munches. Weingarten and Kele-
mer; and Closing Prayer. Rabbi
Mescheloff
Life Of Thomas Paine
Discussed On Sunday
Edward Clarke, of the faculty
at the l'niversity of Miami, will
peak on the Life of Thomas Paine
on Sunday. February 22nd. 11 a.m..
at the Lindsey Hopkins School.
Name Officers
At Synagogue
Reelected president of the I
n Syi : iiius Sapiro
Other officers are Abraham
Bantz. 1st vice president: Morris
ft mer, 2nd vice president: Louis
Masken, tinancial secretary:
Adolph Freedman. recording secre
, tary; and A S. Perl, treasurer
Installation of officer- i- ached*
uled for Purim night. March 1st,
when the Sisterhood will hold a
: dance in honor of Rabbi Arie
Becker.
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LRUARY2a_1953_
gT^^rskyToSpeakAt
Ifltrons' CJA Fashion Affair
.. taank9 internationally known Jewish communal
} r rvecut'ive director of the American Jewish Con-
former '* Youn Matrons- Division gifts
LTuTh Combined Jewish Appeal.
r hPduled for Tuesday noon, February 24th. in the
| "om of the Algiers Hotel, it has been announced by
[per. chairman of the
fJmilstfhrkUnr,
PAGE 3 A.
Lky has made more
L overseas in connec-
Lnms of a.d to home-
Cesscd Jews. He rec-
hree months in Israel.
inferred with govern-
ors on the needs of
[newcomers streaming
igh state from Eastern
[Moslem countries.
Iber of the Executive
kf th World Jewish
I pctegorsky has trav-
Xcly through Europe,
[Israel, as well as the
i jn conjunction with
j was engaged in ref-
a-ork in England. He
Rabbinical Degree
ra University and was
1 Doctorate in Political
i the London School of
Dollar Trousseau will
tht the fashion show
bn sponsored by the
on's Division.
|with arrangements for
.. he Ethel Thornsen.
Idinator lor the Dumont
Jetwork A host of pro-
Uels will be headlined
pn parade scheduled for
xn. February 24th, in
fcrezade Boom of the
r
of the Young Matrons
I Leo Kupper. with Mrs.
Jnatz assisting. Area
charge of securing
of young women in
' Dade County include
fcam Goodman. Leo
*nce I.evinson, Jay R.
filliam Sharpe and Mel-
Is. director of the Flor-
I Beverage Department,
and Edwin Browder, Jr., district
supervisor, will be guests of honor
at a breakfast sponsored by the
Liquor Division of the 1952 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal, it has been
announced by Sam Heiman, Trades
Division chairman.
The traditional breakfast affair
is set for 9 a.m., Sunday, February
22nd, at the Biscayne Terrace Ho-
tel.
Arrangements are under the di-
rection of Leo Chaikin, Marvin Le-
vin, Leo Host and Marvin Rauzin.
Levin is Editor of the Florida State
Beverage Journal. More than 120
representatives of the division are
expected to attend the breakfast
function.
A cocktail party for leaders in
the building trades industry will
be held at the home of Emil Gould,
7550 Ponee de Leon Road, South
Miami. The affair has been set for
Tuesday, February 24th, at 8 p.m.,
to discuss participation of the
building trades leaders in the cur-
rent Combined Jewish Appeal. As-
sisting Gould with arrangements
are James Albert, Arthur Shandloff
and Irvin Korach.
Delegates To CJFWF
Conference Gather
In Atlanta, Georgia
Representatives of the organized
Jewish communities of the South-
east will gather in Atlanta, Geor-
gia, at the Biltmore Hotel on Feb-
ruary 21st and 22nd, for the 17th
annual Regional Conference of the
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds.
Stanley C. Meyers, past national
president of the CJFWF, Benja-
min B. Rosenberg, director of Field
Service, and other national Jewish
leaders will participate in the con-
ference.
Mrs. Lien man Is
Panel Moderator
Mrs. Seymour Liebman, princi
pal of the Central Beach Elemen-
tary School and past Scholarship
chairman for the local Youth Com-
mission, was moderator of a
radio program presented on Sun-
day, over station WMIE.
Sponsor was the Greater Mi-
ami Zionist Youth Commission in
conjunction with S. A. Goodman,
former chairman of the Commis-
sion.
Entitled, Investment In The Fu-
ture, the program presented Sid-
ney Sachs, president of the Miami
Zionist District, in a discussion on
youth work. Harry Sonz, current
chairman, introduced Joseph
Murray in a talk on: Zionism For
American Youth.
The program is a feature of Si-
mon Seiden's Jewish Forum of the
Air.
Music* Pageant '
Featured Sunday
The Nationality Music Pageant
sponsored by the Guardians of Lib-
erty will be presented at the Dade
County Auditorium on Sunday ev-
ening, February 22nd, 7:30 p.m.
Narrator will be Philip A. Kelle-
her, of radio station WQAM. Jack
Berry, of station WMIE, will act
as master of ceremonies.
The program will include the
posting of colors, prayer, musical
numbers and addresses by foreign-
born citizens in their native tongue
to their countrymen behind the ir-
on curtain.
Robert Floyd and George Okell,
of the Florida House of Repre-
sentatives, and Miami Mayor Chel-
sie Senerchia, will be guests of
honor.
Nationalities represented are Ar-
menia, Czechoslovakia, Germany,
Hungary, Israel, Latin America,
Lithuania, Poland and the Ukraine.
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FORMAL DEDICATION
Mount Sinai Cemetery
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22 2 P.M.
Participating in the Ceremonies will be Rabbis of
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
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Russia Break* Relations
Russia's break with Israel is a final act of
intimidation which clearly demonstrates that
Kremlin threats in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem have
gone unheard.
The provocation was essentially a matter of
minor significance. Since the death of striped-
rants diplomacy, wrangling nations have ig-
nored far greater examples of hostility. This
do#8 not mean to say that the bombing of the
Soviet legation was either advised or intelli-
gent.
But we do take the position that this terror-
istic action merely served as a convenient ex-
cuse for the Russians and that they would have
sought another to affect c break now. No
coubt. Foreign Minister Moshe Shared has for
o long time been aware of the political strain
between ihe two nations. No doubt, also, he
has been attempting to avoid the situation's
coming to a head.
The Israel Government's concerted effort to
uncover the terrorists and its immediate, pro-
found apology to Soviet officials in Moscow
ere proof of this fact. Principally at stake are
the lives of some 2.500,000 Jews behind the
Iron Curtain for whose free passage from the
USSR Mr. Sharett should have liked to bargain.
Now that the Kremlin has called for the with-
drawal of the Israel legation from the Soviet
capital, there remains little than can be done
ior those Jews. We do not believe that the
cvoidance of last week's provocation would
rave essentially altered the situation. Russia's
policy of preventing free exit applies to all its
c:tizens. It is hardly conceivable that the Krem-
lin would make an exception of the very peo-
ple its leadership now chooses to murder sys-
tematically.
It is clear, however, that Mr. Sharett and
~:.rr.e Minister David Ben-Gurion sought to
_eep open even the slightest avenue of escape.
rhe Communist move to sever relations with
Ihe Jewish State was Moscow's final effort to
move Israel into the Eastern orbit. Long rec-
cgnizing its failure in this regard, it is now
courting the Arab League and German Fascists
1-irough a brutal campaign of anti-Semitism.
The open break merely clears the air for
s.epped-up atrocities and placates the feelings
cf Russia's latest allies who could not under-
stand the Soviet war against Zion in the face
cf Jewish representation at Moscow.
Adar 5. 5713
Volume 27
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20. 1953
, TWO RECENT COLUMNS, I DlSCUSSer,
beset the editors of English Jewish newspane ***
fell to he the purpose of such publications and .' "
Number a lnlin,acy readers entertain toward them is'ih
PUTTING THE KEYSTONE IN PLACE
properly balanced weekly. I defined "proper hi '"^
relationship between worldwide news and local it e *M
- that the editor's failure to achieve such a rclat.nk """^
of his journalistic inadequacy but of the constant ^
u.i.r a-ainst a confused readership. w bn{
This confusion is a product of acute intellect* ,
personal design The subscriber to an English wh
'- :-J^7\ 4 reads the publication of his choice because he ne"1'
'%& large, he finds little or no notice in the metroS,?*1-,
.' national and international events pertaining i.Vj Pf**"
comes its weekly appearance in his home becaustl! *
presented with extensive reports in its columns of i, r*
iurtioni that combine his traditional and religloi jj *"
experience of daily living in a total community "^
The .subscriber's awareness, however, becomes dului
essential motive. His hunger for news of Jewish im \
fleeted in his identification with some specific oaZ9
regard, he turns amateur publicist and bombards the Z9
items reporting even the most insignificant function taV
publication assumes the role or a bulletin board fartU
demand for a newspaper in the fullest sense is deuiTJ!
flagging search for personal notice.
This search is singularly confined to the Engli
Timidly, and with utmost deference, he approaches ZL
newspaper for similar notice. When denied, he withdraw,
an.l expresses great "understanding". The large dailv >tL
reading. But his approach to the English-Jewish publuata!
ed by a completely different psychological set There hri
! and none may put him off. His "intellectual awareness |
the function of the paper is to report all occurrences as L
Jewish factor obtains. The editor can have no choice ua
his purpose is merely toerve the immediate interest of tan
A Laurel For JVS
THIS STRANGE PSYCHOLOGY IS THE RESULT *,
stranger attitude. The professional wall that puts the sub
distance from the city desk of the metropolitan daily dis
-, offices of the English Jewish publication bv \ irtue nf a <.i.
,TCTT:y "T2 r,ePr,ur^mmend; 'ntimacy. He places great emphasis on the faci,ha,tBn
ing the dissolution of the Jewish Vocational with this as a significant lever, he tears down all editonij
Service must be commended for its forthright made in the name of journalistic discrimination and obuaH
honesty and courage.
The combined study of major organizations
here called for cessation of the agency's oper-
ation a a result of the considered opipion that
JVS had successfully accomplished its job.,
iV J"X 4 t V* *"J *K *H a& .r^ m& .a. & __ -_ __________- l_ ll T 1 I
number of displaced persons arriving in our
community by offering them job opportunities
and facilities for refugee rehabilitation.
by virtual blackmail.
This sort of bludgeon-like public relations denies his i
terest in the English Jewish press as an organ of news^.
The concern for stories reporting Jewish events beeoraai
hoax superceded by the publication of a local organuauorti
Gaining a dominant position, the calendar finds a parasitM
rounded on an emergency basis, the Jewish turn, feeds on it the area resident, often not a subscnber.i
Vocational Service dealt with a significant personal social notice merely to feed an irrepressible vawtj.,
As news editor oi The Jewish Floridian. 1 must deal ittj
organizations demanding coverage of their activity I must4
countless persons who have assumed the responsibility*'
chairmen" for these organizations. (The duphcative processl
The study indicates that the agency saved, leads to great difficulty, especially when the individual chi
the Greater Miami area hundreds of thous- fort as an agent receives no mention.) I must finally deal]
ands of dollars through its well-functioning pro !" men and women who subtly extort social notice as"
gram. Egually important is the fact that it sug- faithful renewal of their subscriptions.
gested the dissolution of an organization after
its purposes have been fulfilled.
JVS must be cited for a job successfully ac-
Critleal Itonil Meeting
The National Committee for Bonds of Israel
will hold an emergency meeting here on Sun-
day. Emphasized will be the stepped up anti-
Semitic campaian by Russia aaainst Jews be-
mnd the Iron Curtain and the Soviet diplo-
matic break with Israel last week.
The national bond orqanization is sendinq
>t8 biq auns here for the Sunday meetinq
Julian B. Venezky. Sam Rothberq and Henry
Montor will outline the essential means for
combatting this latest challenge to Jewry
This intensive demand for local coverage obviously raaWJ
tion of a significant amount of wire dispatches impossible W
week. The Jewish Floridian appears stuffed by an inordioalfl
- such coverage, with national and international ncwsevwitsl~
complished. The agency should also be com- in ihe sea of personal gratification. I fully believe that real
menaed because it entered into the spirit of Jw1h Floridian have a perfect right to be given the sort i
refusing to prolong an unneeded program for mwr ,hev desire. But clearly, the paper is not universal!! i
the sake of maintaining its identity. near a Rood bit of distaste expressed over its imbalance.
Mount Sinai Jubilee
We have frequently used these columns tc
call upon the community's support of various Hanll> (l"(" he rc'' that his own hand ha^ shaped tit
local organizations. Amonq them has been c"nt,'nt The convenient divorce closes the cycle, wit*
Mount Sinai Hospital. "intellectual awareness" causing him to be critical and I
ONCE THE SUBSCRIBER WHETHER AN INDIVID
Sanitation or a synagogue has performed his function si
!'.1 \'!S l?ack .and dcPlores what is the combined result oi I
haped the r'
causing
-larded aj a rank amateur
i ^"hrJ^iJi-9^'!!'"!?115 l P*"^- V,r n" sub-wber is willing to sacrifice his personal
ached .1J t m p u Sc J /d Annual ,ubilee "' "ak "l added worldwide material. Equally gu.lt> in
furthpr H Seems to us ,hat an' many s-vl*oguM and their affiliate groups here. I hi
The Israel Bond campaign has already rais ach,Pv.mf ?3S'n 'he medlca' institution's inna\y horrified oy a professional sort of publicity e*
ed more than S150.00fj.000 for the eccLmt h?!! T 'S unne"ssary. All residents of ""*'<" 'hose spir.tual centers. Theirs is the loudest cr,d
expansion of the new state In itself this iT n tv haVe been bene,1,ed hY Mount Sinai's T KnR,,sh J"w,sh "^'spapcr that reflects the current oisWj
significant amount of doUars to b i-ecNcJ in nw ,\ ^ ^ r ano,he' Gnd well JE ^H targe,y i({nored >' our "ie,r,"w",an *1
dustrial development. But" t^t tfi SUASSS^ *"* amoS & TVl IS f=J- ^JZZ^d
dustrial development. But i is only a
sum in light of the fact that the campaign is
;w Ie along i,s midmark and that S350.
000.000 of the issue still remains to be bought.
The bond drive can hardly be expected to
gain momentum in the face of a proportionally
waning index of purchases. The Sunday meet-
ing, we trust, will do much to awaken United
States Jewry's responsibility in this regard It
is to be hoped that the pleas of Maryland Gov-
ernor Theodore McKeldin and dramatic actor
Ldward G. Robinson will establish a more com-
plete understanding of the currently critical
situation among leaders gathered here from
all ports of the country.
Israel's economic and military problems
were certainly acute in previous years. But
Russia's latest diplomatic moves and veiled
threats represent a challenge to free men ev-
erywhere; especially are they a challenge to
----V H'?"Jllinence nmnnn c u i -- w mr i-iassriiiiiii.s ui 1111- '"'-
hospitals in the South. among Schools. And theirs is the greatest wrath raised when
The ltwKh.nM.< j i m l"T the ^P011 f e^n the most minor event.
of it. "i S l'C" is larc,ely ,he result T,h'- ****** shouts: Peace- Peace- But there is !
and If r-^, I m!d!Cal research programs M"s for a newspaper of which he can be properly proud I
nl, COnUnued Policy of rendering free and T rr8niz* that h > intruded on the understanding of
part-free assistance whenever necessary Th !' c,,nfuses desire with utility and that he shows W*J
Jubilee. Mount Sinai's major fund raisina !,,/ lZrtm f P"i Sia~,... Mch yL ,0 wTe^^u':hr,-irs-l^urts*M''',
I the fact that a four
Mount Sinai's noble cause "d helP "* .___________ Pathetic with the Jewish people
i who must once again listen to at-
on their co-religionists and
INDIANAPOLIS (JTA)-Senator
the sovereignty of the Iewih -,, tv. n^Lu* {hflT c-reh*ionists and
issue is a fundamental ml The ^^ I. "" f Some of ,heir *
day meeting wmirnoeTnSK,aid- The Sun" SnovS S?*" inhum*n ">" re
with that fa?, mpreSS us yond guest.on ^"hJS Mid .hf no
pf* ,n American ratification of the in
Genocide Convention.
The Indiania RfP"
ing to a telegram
.pohs Jewish C**
tion* Council, s*0
afraid that I can *
|MK
remedy in our
Genocide Treaty
ratifie*
piard
remedy was to--
unity and wot*
in every way *"" .|
its power to tort**""


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BRUARY
20, 1953
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PAGE 5 A
[Breaks Relations With Israel;
lust Stand Behind Jewish State
L from P9 I A
Bashed aside tawjj
r protestations. Soviet
._: trie
Make Further
Demands For
Change In Lav/
Continued from Pje 1 A
Ler Andrei Vishir.sky
s(.rUMl notice of the
S-i minister, Shmuei
,e ,old him of the So-
, to withdraw its dip-
LenUttves from Israel
rted the Israel legation
'leavl. Soviet territory
hV handed the Israeli
. Israel Governments
r the bombing, assert-
ich ap<^ogies were in-
cover up the traces of
,mitted against the So-
and to f^ape the re-
of the Israeli Govern-
is evil deed." The note
at public statements of
, parties in Israel" were
the USSR and "bear pro-
character."
asserted that the
, the Soviet Legation in
ias carried out by "crim-
the obvious connivance
The note declared that
jversally known" and an
fact" that the Israel
it had participated in
,tic fanning of hatred
toward the Soviet
, an incitement to hostile
lainst the Soviet Union."
singled out the state-
Foreign Minister Moshe
the Knesset last month
f inciting anti-Soviet
je bombing of the lega-
tes the lack of elementary
in Israel for normal
. activities of representa-
ie Soviet Union," the note
ap-
fincd in the Soviet Empire.
The Israelis were expected to
ask Switzerland to represent their
interests in Moscow while the Rus- j Ham Langer announced the
sians were expected to have the i pointment of Senator Arthur Wat-
Bulgarians act for them in Israel, kins as chairman of the Senate
Bulgaria alone of the Soviet satel-1 Immigration Subcommittee. The
lites in Eastern Europe was not I Subcommittee
expected to follow the Soviet ex- \ Senators R. C.
ample and break off relations with | ctt Dirkson. Arthur Herman Wcl
Dominican Leaders To Bring Soviet,
Jewish Issue Before UN Assembly
darity"
friends.
Continued from Page 1 A
from its democratic
USA To Lead
Israel. Czechoslovakia, Poland and
A request to President Eisen-
will also include j hower to designate February 24th,
Hendrickson. Ever-1 as Protest Against Soviet Anti-
Semitism Day, was made in Wash
Rumania were expected to emulate
the Russians in short order. gore and Estcs Kefauver.
Motives Mysterious Senator Langer named himself
Why the Russians chose such a chairman of a special subcommittee
dramatic final closing of a chapter i to investigate the problem of ref-
in Soviet-Jewish relations that had u8ees and escapees. This subcom
kcr, John M. Butler, Pat McCarran. ington by Congressman Isidore
James O. Eastland, Harley M. Kil-! Dollinger, of New York, in a resolu-
tion submitted to Congress.
her
Unites To Break
(officials were unable to
j polemics with the Com-
rto reply to some of the
legations in the manner in
ley should have been an-
Dver Israel, and through-
entire Jewish community
j world, hung awareness
Tat to the safety and well
the 2.500.000 Jews con-
[Jacob Journal
mature
jrial History
torial and verbal descrip-
ic beginnings and growth
Rogation lii'th Jacob since
lization over 25 years ago
the feature of a journal
ill be issued in conjunc-
the Founders' Day cele-
|of the institution.
isearch and compilation of
irial are in charge of Mor-
?ank. president of the Con-
I, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff,
leader, and Leo Meyer,
chairman.
mrnal will distributed at
mial banquet honoring the
on March 1st. Aaron Ler-
leneral chairman. Joseph
in charge of reservations
J. Si.nz is chairman of
igram
opened in 1948 when Russia sup
ported establishment of the Jewish
State remained as much of a mys-
tery as why the Communists had
launched their anti-Jewish cam-
paign.
"The precise goal of the Polit-
bureau's anti-Semitic drive may be
subject to varying interpretations,"
the New York Herald Tribune said
editorially this week, "but obvious-
ly it is moving according to a ruth-
less plan." The editorial declared
that "the speed with which the
pressure was built up indicates an
urgency greater than that which
long-range plans for infiltration of
the Arab world would demand; it
suggests some sharp internal
strains on the Soviet system such
as those which, in Czarist days, pro-
duced the pogroms."
The Manchester Guardian de-
clared editorially that the Tel Aviv
explosion was "clearly a pretext"
for the Soviet action. The London
News Chronicle said that the con-
clusion that must be drawn is that
"the Kremlin has broken with Is-
rael in pursuance of an anti-Semi-
tic policy and for reasons with lit-
tle bearing on the explosion. The
London Daily Mirror said that Rus-
sian, "in writing off Israel, is go-
ing all out to woo the Moslem;
world and cause trouble."
Foreign experts in Washington!
voiced agreement this week that
the actual reason for Moscow's
break with Israel was not the bomb-
ing of the Soviet Legation in Tel
Aviv, but the opportunity that pre-
sented itself to bring the Soviet
campaign against the Jews and Is-
rael to a dramatic climax. These
experts were all of the opinion that
the anti-Jewish campaign in the
Soviet Union and in the satellite
countries would now be intensi-
fied.
miller includes Senators Watkins,
The resolution also called upon
the American people, and partic-
ularly patriotic and religious
groups, "to -voice their concern for
Watkins. | the Jewjsn victims and their pro-
Hendrickson, Kilgore, and John- \ ,, ;,.? c.,; nrfUh*Mm
ston. Senator Hendrickson was
ing that necessary action be taken
by the United Nations, to the M
that the Soviet plan of persecution
and race murder may be halted.
Both houses of the New Jersey
states legislature adopted identica1
resolutions condemning the Soviet
Union for "beastly and inhumane
persecution of Jews in the Com-
munist countries. The resolution
also urged President Eisenhower.
the State Department and Congre:^
to condemn the persecution ar..'
"use every means at their cor.' -
mand" to halt it.
In London, according to JTA di -
patches, a plea to the British Go.
ernment and the other Western
named chairman of the Civil Rights
Subcommittee. Senators Dirkson,
Walker, Kefauver and Hennings
are also in this body.
Senator Arthur V. Watkins, of
Utah, newly-appointed chairman of
the Senate Immigration Subcom-
mittee, said this week he was will-
ing to "review" the McCarran-
Walter Immigration Act in keeping
with President Eisenhower's re-
quest but that he did not think the
act was a failure. He added, how-
ever, that it was up to the White
House to propose specific changes
in the Act. "I voted for the bill
and to override the President's
veto and I'm not willing to say the
law is a failure," Senator Watkins
said. "However, my mind is not
closed and I'm ready to consider
concrete proposals to change the
law."
Senator Herbert H. Lehman dis-
closed that a bill would be intro-
duced in the near future to "d/as-
tically revise" the controversial
Act.
tests against Soviet anti-Semitism i Allies to open their doors to tK.:-
to delegates and representatives of I immigration of Jewish refugee,
the United States and other coun- from Eastern Europe was made by
tries to the United Nations, as
well as to appropriate officials of
the United States Government, urg-
Chanin To Speak
For lHt'ut'1 ttondtt
Nathan Chanin, who several
months ago visited Israel at the
invitation of the United Jewish
Appeal, will speak on the econ
omic conditions of that country
on Friday, February 20th, 8:15 p.
m., at the Lyceum.
Chanin. who is general secretary
of the Workmen's Circle now vis-
iting here, will deliver the lecture
on behalf of the Workmen's Circle
Bonds for Israel Committee of
Branches 692. 699 and 1050 and
their Women's Clubs.
JNF Project Will
Plant Forest For
Martyred Children
A special meeting was announc-
ed this week by Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff, president of the Jewish
National Fund Council, of all rep-
resentatives from Zionist groups of
South Florida for Wednesday, Feb-
ruary 25th, 8 p.m., at the North
Shore Jewish Center.
Children of all religious schools
of the area will be called upon to
participate in the planting of a
Forest For The Unknown Child,
honoring martyred children of the
last two decades. The project calls
for the planting of one million
trees as part of the Forest Of Six
Million Martyrs in the Jerusalem
Corridor in Israel.
Plans will also be completed for
the Flower Day observance which
will take place here on April 13th
and 14th.
A new Israeli film. Hope From
The Huleh, will also be shown.
Abram Chasins Will Be Commentator At
University Symphony Program March 4
' mmmtm Wo u/a the first contem
Abram Chasin will be commen
tator for the next preview of the
University of Miami Symphony
Club program
in Wednesday.
March 4th, 8:30
p.m., at the Dade
V "lunty Auditori-
um,
Mr. Casins was
one of the first
casts. He was the first contem
porary American composer to have
Christian Groups
Deplore Bigotry
Forty prominent A m e r ican
Catholics, including Secretary' of
Labor Martin P. Durkin, two Sen-
ators and three college presidents,
have signed a public statement de
nouncing the Soviet anti-Jewish
campaign and urging worldwide
protests by governments and the
United Nations. The statement was
printed by Commonweal, leading
Catholic magazine.
The current issue of the publica-
tion carriers the statemen, the list
of signatories a n d an editorial
which declares: "It is particularly
purai7 niticii\ii *."!------ wnicn aeciares. n is panaMwiij
his work performed by Arturo Tos-, important tnat non-Jews speak, for
canini. Mr. Chasin has lectured ... -i;j.-;.., f fr
Cfcosim
1..HIIII. *- ---------
at leading universities, is the auth
or of many articles and has made
extensive research. His findings
have been incorporated in scientif-
ic and musical text books.
Chasins was a member of the
faculty of the Curtis Institute from
1926 to 1935, and of the Berkshire
well-known art! Music Center at Tanglewood in
Ists to play with | 194o He became Music Director of
the University of i vv*QXR, the AM-FM radio network
of the New York Times, in 1943.
Miami Symph-
ony Orchestra.
His in:iial appearance here was on
February 3, 1936, when he per
"***^^^^
Miss Picon On Jewish
February 3, iwm. wnen ne i~-, j.
formed the Schuman Piano Con | Hour For Israel UOnOS
certo. He appeared again on Feb- Moy picon internationally
I ruary 2, 1937, with the Beethoven known star 0f stage and radio, will
Piano Concerto No. 3 in C minor. I ^ featuref} performer on Jacob
The evening of March 4th will | schacters Jewish Hour thus Sun-
open the symphony subscription | dav, i2 p.m.. over station wmbm.
drive for the 1953-54 season. All Miss Picon, currently visiting here
in behalf of the Israel Bond cam-
paign, will discuss the importance
__.^ ... ,(. ill-fill.
a
subscribers have until April 1st for
renewing their subscriptions, ac
cording to Mrs. Marie Volpe. Con- of aia;ng the new state in MM"
cert manager. I omic and industnal development
Born in New York City, Mr. plan. ^____________
Chasins is the composer of over r*o
i 100 published works used exten Heart CanVaSS UeiS
isively in the standard concert and j Excess 0f $5,500
there must be solidarity of free
men in something like this. When
Jews are threatened, we are
threatened."
The outbreaks of Anti-Semitism
in* the Communist countries "un
derline the importance of keeping
Israel strong ai}d vigorous," Asso
ciate Supreme Court Justice Wil-
liam O. Douglas told the Jewish
Welfare Fund of San Francisco
this week.
The Justice, who saw in the So-
viet Union's action an expression
of confidence in its strength, said
that the Communists were working
toward domination of the Middle
East and considered anti-Semitism
"a useful ally in a political ap-
proach to many of the people who
inhabit the region." He stressed
that "Israel is a far-flung outpost
of Western civilization. Western
culture. Western ideology" in the
Middle East.
the World Jewish Congress Execu-
tive committee.
In identical letters addressed to
the Allied governments, A. L. Eas-
terman, political director of the
WJC, pointed out that it would to
inadvisable to keep the refugees i 1
West Germany in view of the re-
vival of Nazism in Germany.
In New York, the United Jew-
ish Appeal leaders called on Amer-
ican Jewry to support the UJA's
1953 campaign to make possible
the immigration of Jewish refu-
gees from the Communist cou I-
tries to Israel, in the event ti".e
Communist leaders heed Israel's
appeal to let the Jews emigrate.
The appeal, in the form of an ad-
vertisement in the nation's leadi -
newspapers, was signed by UJA
General Chairman Edward M. M.
Warburg and seven national chair-
men.
Opening the 1953 drive of the
Women's Division of the UJA of
Greater New York. Mrs. Eleano.'
Roosevelt this week declared that
it had shocked many people to
suddenly "find behind the Iron
Curtain the same kind of anti-
Semitism in action which the S
viets condemned so harshly in t'.:e
Nazi state." She added that "we
have again the spectacle of people
fleeing from oppression."
The difference for the Jewish
the State of Israel exists, and
"these people know that there is
a place to which thev can (">." S
emphasized that "without the help
of all of us" Israel cannot be mac e
refugees today, she stressed, is that
the kind of permanent home t.:-
refugees need.
In Stockholm, the JTA reported,
the Federation of Jewish Commu-
nities in Sweden adopted a resolu-
tion expressing concern over the
"anti-Semitic agitation spreading
behind the Iron Curtain" and de-
scribing the latest Soviet anti-Jew-
ish attacks as "a method terrible
in its cynicism." The resoluti. i
warned that the Jews of Eastern
Europe are in immediate danger
and urged "action to keep lltye
the public feeling of revulsion at
the latest Soviet propaganda."
Saringn Montis iio
To Hrotherhood
E*ay WimmmrB
Highlight of the Brotherhood ob-
servences of Nautilus and Ida If.
Fisher Junior High Schools, Miami
Beach, is the presentation of two
$25 United States Savings Bends
to the winners of an essay contest
on a phase of Brotherhood con-
ducted at each school by the Miami
Beach Women's Chapter of B'r.at
B'rith.
The presentation ceremony will
take place today, at 8:30 a.m.. in.
the auditorium of each school. Par-
ticipants in the essay contest o
| these schools are the seventh,
eighth and ninth grade student*,
i In charge of the contest progra-i
! at Ida M. Fisher is Joseph A. Tuck-
in Washington, diplomatic ex- j er. student counsel sponsor. A.t
perts quoted by JTA expressed in-, Nai
creased belief in the connection
i between Soviet anti-Semitism and
ty member, isUn charge.
Contest judges for each school
""i 8. Frmk
teaching literature and internation .
I ally performed by foremost orches-
tras and soloists. jyj-j -,,. Heart Fund.
As radio artist, he was the first. ^s ~. Bernard
to initiate a Master Class of the acordmg teMr ^ ^^ ^ ^
,," of SJSS."C2I < volunteer ladies.
V, ,Zlwa nav canvass of ho- in Europe and Asia. "It is a stan
Valentines Da> canvas ^ technique tQ resor( t0
tels and night clubs MKO in w ^^ wheneyer fl ^pe,,^ is
needed to take the people's minds
off internal troubles," one of them
stated.
Soviet fear of losing her command are Mr. Wilfred Rice, principal.
Mrs. Satin, and Mrs. Charles Sil-
vers, member of Miami Beach
Women's Chapter, B'nai B'rith. foe
Nautilus: and Tucker. Mrs. Ainiee
Casey. English Dept.. and Mrs. Ber-
nard Lowenthal, Chapter member.



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FRIDAY
USA Let Down European Jewry During^
New York, from which a great cry n.ted its general counsel, A few! should h. _
.ACW lOIK. irwni "* f^*- --., ----------- ------
wont up that the Allies do some J weeks later, 239 rabbis arrived in
hing t" help the Jews Washington occupied France.
Released from Auschwitz after
obtaining passports from some of
the Latin American republics, they
were awaiting freedom via an ex-
change for German war prisoners
being held in Texas. But owing to
the involved clearance procedures
instituted by the State Department
wok.' up but not the State Depart
ment. But let the author himself
tell about it.
"Not until June did the Treas
ury get a copy of a second urgent
appeal which Harrison had sent in
April Harrison reported that
man) lows could escape from
France through hiding places in
By DR. JOSEPH TENENBAUM
(BUTOR'B XoTK: 1'r Jtiitph Ten- '
rnl-aum. author of I VOitUIMI
Bast Buropaan Jewry, is a phyaictaaj
nnil Jewish .statesman. A lt-ader of
PaUah -It-wish until ht- oarnt- to the;
i Ited Statei 1MV in haa aervod it
t'halriTian of th*- Executive Committee
and vice president nf tin- American
Jt-wi?th Conaraaa and preekleiil --f both
f American and World K. '
.: FoUeti Jewi Be traa <-n- of th,-
rounder! >>f tht- world Jewish i\>n-
j H s latest bo-k is rndVnffr,-unl.
Btory Of a People. >
Much has been written about the
black Hitler period and the Jew
ish catastrophe, although still not
enough in comparison to the mag-
nitude of that disaster We have
learned a great deal about the An
gel of Death who unleashed the
frightful campaigns of genocide,
but we are sorely puzzled about the
apparent absence of an Angel of
Redemption who might have ef-
fected the rescue of the victims of
that ghastly era.
We ask in retrospective grief the njties of rescuing Jews squarely
Obvious and heartbreaking ques- upon Ihc IS Department of State wnole R nave M
'1,5, ,h"e n0 **" no Here is what former Secretary of ed in two mlnutes over thl, tele.
' Ht'nr> Mor8en,hau Phone This aroused the Treasury
those unfortunates0 In answer. ir mmlt, ^ ...
we are vouchsafed all sorts of ex- ~jjL nas no cau,e t0 ^ P^ThV "TZ? f
cuses and explanations-economic. Dr0ud of Us hand line of the re fu St n m I.*" "nds ( on,rL
strategic, diplomatic and even p>y, ^robi Vknew n W h ^ ^h, J** h ?
rhnanaktir ,n nf lakuii or,o to *" Pr0Dlem we *ncw ln asn deeper into the matter in order to
rhoanahtic-all of which serve to ington from Ausust 1942 on. that find oul whv no ncws whatever
obscure rather than hed light on thc Naii planning to exter t a kT no news whatever
the truth This becomes the more mate"l*S Jews Europe Yet ,h h Th v
nod-the dry dutches' docl ^J'T^Z iSEL^Z Apr'.' "< *< Sl^ Depart-1 putting off a definite answer.
Dr. Jiieph Tenenbavm
southern France, from Rumania j lost that the 238 rabbis were ship
ped back to the gas chambers of
Birkenau. Such was the inauspi-
cious beginning of the "great res-
cue action."
Let me recount briefly a few de-
tails from this book concerning
England's part in all those negotia-
tions.
One of the prime difficulties was
how to supply dollars abroad for
the rescue work without breaking
the economic blockade of Germany.
The US Treasury Department had
worked out a kind of transfer ar
rangement which, it seemed, could
satisfy both sides. But there arose
a long controversy with London
about the matter. The British, too,
had two factions. The Ministry of
Economic Warfare gave its approv-
through Turkey and Switzerland
An underground of secret sym-
pathizer-;, mercenaries and corrup
tible officials stood ready to assist
Could the I'nited States find a
method of financing these escapes
that wouldn't at the same time
benefit thc enemy?" (p 185
Since this involved a financial
question, the State Department had
to turn to the Treasury It did this,
however, after a "short"' delay of
fully two months, although the
whole thing could have been set-
riod the dry dispatches, docu
nents and conference protocols
among the heads of the govern
nents.
These papers and notes, hitherto
so carefully guarded and kept un
tier lock and key. are beginning
slowly to emerge from the files
and are being Strewn about like
fallen leaves in autumn. A few of
them find their waj into different
l<"k- a- footnotes or incidental
and cursory paragraphs, but it i<
precisely these which cast a piti-
cuP*d territory
"d.ff.cuUie, of dL^W
s,d"able numbed "
v**d the whoL
Disappointed J"
the Bntish auj*',
>t to see Hull
decision He nm '
for cablegrams, so much time was Jews and treated ill
I...I Ih-.t th.. OtU rshhic .,-.. -hi- crs of war it
than letting Hf
upon Hull sent nm
cablegram stating^l
view "has been^J
jshment and the SUt,
* unable to .g",
to Bern by cable the 1
license for such tra_
parently without BritS
It is but fair to a |
ng practical help.
admitted more n*.
United States hich [_
clination to become i|
refuge for Jews
It is not my purpoaj
lengthy dissertation j
ject. I wrote about iU
greater detail in my bod
al. but the Foreign Office objected. 'Jews, and there are
John Winant. the US Ambassador' important treatises ta.
in London, hastened to see Eden, j of the war refugees ut
The latter spoke sweetly but kept I tal work of Dr. Aha
plan, the State Department
practically nothing.
"Officiais dodged their grim re
sponsibilities. procrastinated when
concrete rescue schemes were
placed before them, and even sup
ment had waited two months be
fore acting upon the important
April cable from Harrison There
was something suspicious about it.
Pehle insisted on a thorough in
vestigation Officials of the Treas-
rrcs-ed information about atroc. ury Department, recheck.ng the
ties in order to prevent an outrag cables turned over to bv ,he s j resulting difficulties if any Jews
J'hrir'h^H P,m0n "8 D men- nanci to a cab|e numbered ^ whjch
All this was made public by Mor was an answer sent to Harrison in
genthau in 1947 But a book has February All inquiries about this
recently appeared which now, five message elicited thc evasive reply
But as the American Ambassa
dor was anxious for a decision in
the matter, he finally wrung one
from the Foreign Office, which in
an official letter expressed opposi-
tion to such a financial arrange
ment because of concern about the
and the briefer book
Warhaftic. both pubL
Institute of Jewish AL.
World Jewish Congnx|
less, it would be usthll
new study of thi?
of history on the btaii
est sources many of I
buried in the archives.
,---------.. ..... ........ ^ .. K,w- ...... -,.,------.......... ,,. ,,,v iin-ss.itt- i-mnCTi inc evasive reply
-ht on the brute tacts, the years later, exposes the shameful that it was "purely political" in | The Miami "Beach Civic Orches-
Beach Civic Orchestra In Debvfj
Monday; Sandra McEntaffer
recollection of which even
i r,"'. let one sleep nights.
I am going to dwell on two
I .-.- which incorporate precisely
such facts The firsl is Robert E
is work. Roose-
velt and Hopkins, published in
content
Thereupon, our author, who was
then Assistant to the Secretary of
the Treasuryand let it be noted
that this was already in December.
1943. or nearly a year after the re
ceipt of the first cable from Har
behavior of some members of the
State Department The name of the
book is The Devil's Chemists (Bea-
con Pn : a was written by
Josian E DuBois, .ir. former \-
sistant to Secretary of the Treas-
. urj Morgenthau and General
1948 On page 712 ol the book, Counsel to the War Refugee Board
then is an account of a meeting in w'hich President Roosevelt. a> we
Washington on March 27. 1942. be- know, entrusted later verj
tween President Roosevelt, his con and with limited meanswith the
iser Harr\ Hopkins, task of rescuing Jewish victims
Secretary of State Cordell Hull and from the clutches of the murder-
Undersecretary of State Sumner ous Nazis.
Welles on one side and British For Strictly speaking, the book is an
TEE&S3 ^L 13 rT^arnen'wa'r"'^ K22 T ^ ^ ** "
William Stnng Assistant Under took oeT in WrTrL h ^^ hCad f th S,ate D^rt
80 or TO thousand Jews in Bulgaria the State Department Jn2 ZJ nSn l l^an'sm,,
ukn ur th-.j .....u ____ u. t" "-parimint s attitude to more "private messages'
ward the problem presented by the Apparently, Sumer Welles ,
tra will present its debut concert
of the 1953 season, with Vasilios
Priakoa conducting, on Monday ev-
ening. February 23rd. 8 p.m.. at
the Miami Beach Auditorium.
Featured performer will be Miss
r. ... ,,,. ,,.-., v.n'M- ii,fio nar -**> i"n"nuii mm ia .,iis>
rison went to Secretary Morgcn Sandra McFntaffer in a reading of
thau and laid the whole shady bus-
u! tae8a bci"n' him and begged him
to intercede personally with Secre-
tary of State Hull in order to clear
up the mystery of the pigeonholed
cables. Hull at once questioned his
Mozart's Concerto for Piano in D
minor Other works scheduled are
b) Micolai. tiranados, Strauss and
Bizet.
Sandra McEntaffer, eleven-year
I't'.'and ,heanlaBrC,hkCnnd,J!iold prodiRy from Fort I^deniaie.
the second the pi.no soloist at the free public
concert, is haled by critics as hav-
any
der th
replied that he
text of another report from
Dr.
who were threatened with exter
mnation unless they could be got phght'of ST^TELl b ^^"^1 SUmer W**> dd
ten out of the country at the earl, Nazi net W 'hc "'" know about il' for April 10,
est possible moment, and he very | Let us begin with cahlr sr>- Wli he ,ha,i asked "arnson for c
urgently pressed Eden for an an which will SJta a HLSL 2?"^ TS *r"'" "r "* "
^wer Eden's reply was a brque Stain on the cln'"enc in an" "" ^ "l,Shl ( ,he ,WS
negative. "If we do th.s" take all kind it was in January^ .943 ,ha,
Jews out of Bulgaria, he argued, Undersecretan of sSe Bweken
then the Jews of the world will ridge Long received ,1 i "'
he wanting us to make similar of- front Bern sSSna V ,
fers in Poland and Germany. Hitler mass execution f. "'
might well take Us up on any such than 60O0 of^whom "T
offer and there simply are no, \ one sour^. i belr'Seo
enough ships and means of trans-; day in camps ,n tPi"er s t '
portation in the world ,0 handle Poland. The cabfe uS"
" Il Jews were lK-in
Furthermore. an\ such
movement as that would be ven : the clothing of ,he'\7ct"r, waj
'th. and that I be permitted to *as CM*W because of sudden
91\
Sonira
that
mg the ability of a mature artist.
Her piano talent was discovered by
chance about four years ago, when
she had been taking elementary
piano lessons for only six months. 1
Since then she has been under the
instruction and guidance of Cyrus
Ullian. former member of the staff
of the Boston Conservatory^ Mus <^| j]| ||ti-Monti?
siJr&TSis! ssiijasr**llas
he was nnding the ,h' v Vuhfu"8e0f nine' Wlth| The Miami-Moan
he Miami Philharmonic Society ciub. organized by
oonducted by Oliver I dents of Sullivan (
this:
Card
ciub,:
- protested "......' "rTneslr tnat same year, j Btphore Driw. on
May l luggesl thai measag.....f stu' had been engaged to appear ruary 23rd, 11:30 am-,
racter should not be 5s ;;"<",, sok>'st with the Boston Mrs ju'ms M
symphony Orchestra in the sum-
such mass'looted and extermma,it'"nJU,^ Jj^ to ^fnaion'i'mpo [
i,i k- -----.U-------. hat ed by your (cable, 354 I-Vhniarx "u'r "f 1952- bt her performance
dangerous to security l^cause the ing shipped to (iermam
Germans would be sure to put 1' tnhufon amon
number of their agents
for dis transmit meaaagea from
R (I)r
; group
> osity.
The fact is that Eden knew more
than he chose to say For at least,
the Nazis had toyed with the idea
of letting the Jews go and spoke
of various "reservations," first in
Lublin, then on the Island of Mada
gascar. and had even designated a
special official at the Foreign Min
istry. Dr. Franz Jtademacher. to
execute the plan. But in March,
1942. it was already too late for
such negotiations, the extermina
tion machine having already begun
the reaping of its grim harvest.
We have before us the Morgen-
thau articles in Collier's, which put
the blame for wasting the opport
pui a : intuition among the neonl,. Th. """" ""aS lrom R (
'" the cable had been transmS bv '.'. "^"h TTi T^^ ,n *
L'ener- anH -- .l **e ol tie hemful in ,,r........ ..
illness She will
So much for Eden's gener | land Harrison, the A
------- ..,(1, tK il|( >iiq
Ister In Bern, at the request of and
on the basis of documentarv evi
dence submitted by Dr. Cerhart M
Riegner. World Jewish Congress
representative stationed in Swit
zcrland.
The diplomats of the State De-
partment were skeptical, suspect-
>ng as always, that this wu -s,,,,
Ply some more Jewish propagan
da As one of them put it several
years later. "Stuff like that has
been coming from Bern every since
nefw'n 184' ST-"*** Sum
ner Welles passed the cable on to
the Jewish organizations, and the
helpful information which
rr-tsa '";=:
appear as guest
soloist with the Boston Symphony
during the Summer of 1953,
I881 '".....' "' 'P
caWe"^1 U" l,h"t lhv "'-W"r> "'
Cable .(.,4 was eleared up The guU
ty Assistant Secretaries of tht.
Mate Department were
peeved
and his
made
mutter
Hibiscus Lodge To
Honor Dr. Mechlowitz
On Sunday. February 22nd. 6
* "t the "Jew MorgeShau1, |1-|"Vne Ud uart'r- P"
l Jewish assistants," who had y 2 J^' **" '^ No -
^uch a fuss over so trivia] a L a *'" pay tribute to its
r """"-'I'-te Past Master, Dr Her-
As we know, on January 22 1944 >?"" Mecn,owti. who recently
'resident Roosevelt announce, ,hc hT^ year as Master of
E? Refug": "sr;^:
some 500 Masons and their f.m-
mic war Refugee
o:sute0nwt,n'!of!heSecrrtries
.c isn organizations, and the utive riii-. %i.ppo,n,ed 1,s exec-
ut j result was a monster protes( ''"'"*?' The present author
"Itngat Madison Square GaS!. \S^* *~^ ^
a non Jew, was desig
lies will attend Mechlowitz serv-
ed as Worshipful Master during the
yerl952 Many high M.somcdi
mtaries will oe present. Dinner
HL a y res*rvton in the Ma
sonic dining room.
orarj' chairman.
affair is Mrs Murray J
sisted by Mrs Bess i
Betty Marcus and
lin. Mis* R'se Veisi i
with Mrs Rose
ticket chairman.
Mrs Hugo Shonbtfl)4
charge of the pn*
tieello Chapter of-
receive the proceed*'
Firtel
inraelite f <
Pmrim *#
The Israelite Ceaj*
Purim Masciuerad* t ^
ter on Sunday evenu*;
Music tor dancmj
vided by the MeUol
Queen Esther will be'
priaes will be aw"*"
costumes
Robert Becker"
sisted by Mrs. San*


+Jewi&Hlt*-*mnn
PAGE IK
Inks High,
lagazine
>d Patrick
,i\ "Israel ranks
4 ,o-i exciting pi**
fi,i to visit today,'
Jrick. editor of Holi-
cial report written
the March issue of
Lblished here.
Kte, the excitement
. ipirit of hope that
||,. lists this ex-
-i! other unconven-
flurcs which he says
lodav along with the
tonal ones of good
long lovely beach-
hunting, sunshine
pilropical weather,
Bour cafes, thermal
jpcctacular scenery.
fqualit) of drama in
in no other atmos-
re," writes Patrick.
he continues, "is
,"new slate with new
logical and econom-
test You can see
thlch that state rests
being changed from
I barren land into lush
hillsides and flow-
Bde. Von can feel the
It and drive of a peo-
|ied pride and confi-
heir victory over the
frt to their fight for
have now turned that
Mdence to protecting
the homeland they
Liebmans Will
Appear At Orlando
Zionist Dinner
On Sunday, February 22nd. the
Orlando Zionist District will hold
its annual dinner and production
known as. Living Magazine, accord
ing to an announcement by Arthur
Pariser. president of the local dis-
trict.
Feature of the program, which
portrays facets of Zionist life and
Israeli activities, will be Mr. and
Mrs. Seymour.B. Liebman and their
son, Charles.
Charles, who returned last sum-
mer after three years of study at
Hertzliah Gymnasium in Tel Aviv,
will speak op Youth In Israel.
Mrs. 4,iebman, pricipal of a Mi
ami Beach elementary school, will
discuss: Educational And Sociolog-
ical Problems In Israel.
Mr. Liebman. member of the Na-
tional Executive of the ZOA and
vice president of the Southeastern
Zionist Region, is scheduled to air:
Zionism Today And In The Fu-
ture.
Something to Share
LMwnMf, ieHeua mood
1 rSomr .ihjiu/lu f.,w,l,a., &JM Jul'r.rWi ,/*y. cwern-'ry feel. Vet, Sibhiknthc J*y I /.*< <'<-*/-
y tftita
.tf '' M| ii II'; ,1
.ton lft-W, IN* lit tic t iri\c,Piit wlu-nl giwb-); 'II one more'.
-f.l no-mey M a<~p<*l in the 'U, >1*r SJb-lulh cm j'o be Uft.
(iranada
llr. Sasla \v
pi's Group of the Flag-
Jewish Community
bt night
p Stiller chairman, an-
Mrs. Leon Bernard
pTf the monthly lunch-
for Tuesday. Feb-
ker was Dr. Milton S.
Discussed Rheumatic
Heart Disease In
, Saslaw is director of
arch at the National
krdiac Home.
of the (enter under
pship of Sidney Stiller
ek to complete the
he current year. Lat-
ktion was for a newly
|stage in the auditor
rschner. membership
held a meeting on
contact past mem-
ng were the Mesdames
kn. Berry (lein. Ben
go Gittleson, Maurice
I Hollander and Harry
I currently being corn-
summer camp which
Oer the chairmanship
iry Dansky,
Report Charges
Red Activities
On Miami Beach
"Supporters and at least one
authorized representative of a
Communist daily newspaper in
New York have been sponsoring
benefit concerts the most rec-
ent of which was on February 8th
at Miami Beach," wrote David
Kraslow, staff writer for the Mi-
ami Herald, in an article on Sun-
day.
Kraslow said the concerts were
for the benefit of the Morning Frei-
heit. Yiddish daily newspaper
which has been labeled as Com-
munist by the House Un-American
Activities Committee.
The article indicates that the
Sunday affair at the Jewish Cul-
tural Center, 42H' Lenox Avenue,
featured as guest speaker Chaym
Sutler, identified by the Congres-
sional body "as having been the
principal speaker at a Communist
Party meeting in Brownsville, New
York, on May 21, 1947."
The program was arranged by
Morris Roninsky, Miami, who is
a manager of the Morning Frei-
heit Committee, according to Kras-
low, and who was a charter presi-
dent of the Cultural Center.
The House Un-American Activ-
ities Committee may investigate re-
ports that meetings have been held
at the Center under the sponsor-
ship of the Freiheit, said a report
in the Miami Herald late this
week.
Chairman Harold Velde, Illinois
Republican, said the Congression-
al Committee "will see what is
back of" concerts held at the Jew-
ish Cultural Center and "find out
what else we can about Commun-
ist activity there." 9
By special arrangement with the United Synagogue ol America, the American jewish Pres3,
the feature and news service of the American Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, here-
with syndicates Songs To Share by Rose B. Goldstein. The piano settings are by Reuven Kosa-
koff. The illustrations are by E. Schloss.
This song is part of the book. Songs To Share Matnat Shir published by the United
Synagogue Commission on Jewish Education. (Copies of the complete book of 24 songs may
be purchased from the United Synagogue Commission, 3080 Broadway, New York 27, N.Y.)
In her preface to Songs To Share, the author calls attention to the fact that "religious Jew3
have always found support in Song"; that "they chanted their prayers, sang their Zemirct
and intoned their studies." Some of the melodies in her book are of her own composition_____
Call On AAA To
Halt Endorsing Of
Discriminating Hotel
NEW YORK The American
Automobile Association was called
upon last week to cease its en-
dorsement of hotels guilty of rac-
ial and religious discrimination.
The appeal was made by the
Travel Agents Committee to Com-
bat Discrimination in the Travel
Industry, an organization of 125
leading travel agents in the metro-
politan area. Agents Alfred F.
Schmeiss, James A. Sullivan and
Karl Tausig represented the Com-
mittee in its statement to the AAA.
"The AAA continues to follow
the practice of recommending ho-
tels that discriminate in its trip-
tiks. Its directories still list, as
approved, many such hotels," the
Committee said.
Such discrimination is contrary'
to American ideals and democratic
practices, it declared, and asked
the AAA to use its publications
and facilities to serve only "those
hotels and resorts free from the
blight of discrimination."
\
FP&L Approves High
Expenditures for 1953
New construction expenditures
for the coming year of $33,000.0000
more than $5,000,000 greater
than had been anticipatedwere
approved Monday by the Board of
Directors of Florida Power & Light
Company.
Much of the new program will
I be devoted to expanding and
strengthening the "pool ol power'
1 and network of transmission lines
that serve the fast growing South
Florida area, according to FP&L
President McGregor Smith.
Fashion Show
Featured
A Margaret Newman Fashion
Show featured the Sisterhood
i Day Tenth Anniversary uuncneon i
' at Temple Beth Sholom on Wednes- \
day in the Banquet Hall.
Mrs Trixie Levin was in charge of
special arrangements for the show,
I and Mrs. Alexander Robbins
] served as commentator, according
i to Mrs. Leon Kronish, program
chairman. Serving as models were
the Mesdames Walter Jacobs, Mil-
ton Jacobs, Stanford Jacobs, Nor-
man Arkin. William Loeb. Alex-
ander Kogan. Al Bernard, Ben
Grenald and William Iver.
Co-chairmen of the luncheon were
Mrs."Joseph L. Shawmut and Mrs.
Joseph L. Arkin. Mrs. Benjamin
Sabin was in charge of reserva-
tions. The luncheon menu was pro-
vided by the the Mesdames Wolfie
Cohen, Irving Westin, Louis Sha-
piro, Samuel Kelemer, George
Foss, Lillian Edell, Eddie Felton.
Pearl Hyams, Herman Ries, Maur-
ice B. Shein, Irving Bachraeh, Eli
Meltzer, Camille Baum, Louis
Stoff. Alexander Robbins, Aaron
Fair, Irving Marcus, Alex Straus,
Jack Chutkow, Emanuel Baskind,
Alfred D. Rajna. Irving B. Kaplan.
Hyman Silver and Benjamin Zim-
merman.
Sisterhood President is Mrs. Aar-
on Farr.
Forum Symposium
On Brotherhood
A symrjosium on Brotherhood
will be given at the Spinoza Out-
door Forum, 11th Street and Ocean
Court, tomorrow afternoon, 3:30
p.m.
Dr. Abraham Wolfson, director
j of the Forum, has invited the fol-
lowing speakers to address the
meeting:
Dr. Jacob H Kaplan. Rabbi Em-
eritus of Temple Israel. Miami;
Reverend Edward Ullrich, of the
Congregational Church, Miami; Dr.
Jacob H. Cunningham, Florida di-
rector of the National Conference
of Christians and Jews; and Rever-
end Donald Harrington, lecturer
for the United World Federalists
who is touring Florida this week.
Evelyn Stone, former member of
the Miami Opera Guild, will pre-
side.
>(iip}1
: ta expanding Israel's industry and agriculture was
[this week with the signing of an agreement in Jeru-
jy Finance Minister Levi Eshkol (left) and I. Edwin
Iser, New York philanthropist and financier, prepar-
ray lor the founding of Israel Investors Incorporated.
Kncan corporation with an authorized capital of
**> The plan of operation of IB. which has already
a its application for registration with the US Secur-
liu^ange Comrniion. is based on a partnership
[nds of Israel Government and a stipulated propor-
Production of sulphuric aadc is
i expected to beiin at the Fertilizers
1 and Chemicals plant at Haifa in
, March. Previously (his essential in^
! gredient for the manufacture of
'numerous basic chemicals had to
be imported. A large saving in pro-
, duction costs and foreign currency
will result from domestic produc-
I Uon. At the same time, it was re
ported that the production of su-
perphosphates at the Haifa plant
fs being increased from 2.000 to
8,000 tons a month. A substantial
.amount of Israel Bond funds have
I gone into this plant.
Roosevelt Lodge Has
Children's Day
Roosevelt Ixidgc, Knights of
Pythias, sponsored a Children's
Day last Sunday at Temple Beth
El."
Special entertainment was pro- j
vided by the Florida Institute of i
Music headed by David Zukerman !
and the Dance Arts Studio under,
the direction of Mrs Mvra Bruce. |
On Wednesday, the Lodge do-
nated a sot of curtain drapes for
Ithe special classroom of the men-
talk retarded children at Ada Mer-
ritt* Junior High School. The pres
entation was made by Abe Cutler
and Perry Botwin who represent
the Child Welfare Committee of
the Roosevelt Lodge.
Mrs. Helen L. Dietz, .instructor,
accepted the gift on behalf of the
school and was in charge of the
luncheon.
The Roosevelt Lodge has prev-
iously donated a wheel chair, as
well as a complete work shop of
arts and crafts, to the school.
Slaie YttununUnvn
Pivniv in Park
The second annual Voungstown,
Ohio Day Picnic will be held on
Sunday. February 22nd. 12 noon,
at Greynqlds Park, it has been an-
nounced by Sherburt S. Weiss. lo-
cal attorney and chairman of the
annual affair.
Former residents of Youngstowri
now residing here are invited. As-
sisting Veiss. are Herbert Harris.
of Hollywood, and Al McMahon. of
Fort Lauderdale.


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Lillian Cross Will Wed H. Mart Both On
Sunday; Couple To Reside In Syracuse
Mr
and Mrs. David Gross, of 8951 Abbott Avenue, Miarrfl Beach,
announce the marriage of their daughter. Lillian, to B Mark Roth.
E n of Mr. and Mrs. William Roth. Syracuse. New York
The wedding will take place on Sunday. February 22nd. 7 30 pm
nt the Miami Beach Jewish Center Rabbi bring Lehrman will officate
at the candlelight ceremony.
To be given in marriage by her
lather, the bride will be attired
in a gown of Florentine lace and
r; Ion tulle over a white satin-filled
<]ice and a vneckline in scallops
lace. Her full skirt will be high-
-hted by lace flowing down into
e tulle, with a chapel length
mi. A custom made Juliet cap
'i matching lace will highlight her
'.Tee-tired French illusion veil.
Matron of honor will be Mrs.
1 urge Gladen. sister of the groom.
uring an aqua net waltz-length
_ wn designed with strapless bod-
. :e and four-tired flounce skirts
I pped by net stoles.
Bridesmaids will be Mrs Sam
~\ibin. Miss Don< Weinstein and
- Gloria Torem. wearing aqua
-t waltz-length gowns designed
. th strapless bodices and skirts
d stole> matching the matron
. honor-
William Roth, father of the
n, will be best man Ishers
li be Marvin Gro~>. brother of
i-e bride. Seymour Roth. cousin
. the groom, and Sam Rabin
Miss Gross graduated from Mi-
.i Beach High School, attended
rsitj of Miami and i> a
ember < f Alpha Epsilon I'hi Sor-
ity
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Irving Markinsons Wed At bcil
Double Hintf Rites; Couple- HihS
Mr and Mrs. Morris Pepper, of 1683 SW i*
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TTie groom attended .schools in
Syracuse, the Universit) of S>ra
cuse and belongs to Zeta Beta Tau
Fraternity He served in the Unit-
ed States Navy.
A reception will follow at the
Temple After a trip to San Juan,
the couple will motor to Syracuse,
where they will be at home at 301
Columbus Avenue
Mrs. Theodore Dorlch
Tendler, Dortch
Wed; Motor
Through State
Mr and Mrs Harvey H Tendler.
of 220 Wa-hin^!on Avenue, an-
nounce the m a r r 1 age of their
daughter, Claire, to Theodore S.
Dortch, son of Mr. and Mrs R
Dortch, 825 NE 127th Street. North
Miami.
Rabbi Moses ftlescneioff officiat-
ed at Beth Jacob Congregation on
February 10th
nounce the marriage of their daughter.
-on of Mrs. Dora Markinson and the late &
The wedding waa held at the Beth El (,im, rk,l"i
, cember 14th. at 2:30 p.m. Dr. Swirskv perfoS?'
ceremony.
A reception immediately follow-
ed the ceremony in the Dora Aug-
ust Memorial Hall.
Mrs Markinson's wedding gown
was of imported chantilly lace and
nylon tulle. She wore an off-the-
shoulder finger-tip seed pearl veil
and carried a white Bible, with
two white orchids and steamers of
stephanotis.
Maid of honor, Miss Roslyn Fox,
won an aqua oa..erlna and car-
ried pale pink roses. Junior brides-
maid. Miss Nancy Pepper, cousin
of the bride, wore a pale pink bal-
lerina and carried roses.
Bridesmaids, Miss Lenore Horen-
stein. niece of the bridegroom,
Mi-- Nancy Hirsv.iaut, Miss Flor-
ence Marshall. Miss Barbara Lazar-
\ us, cousin of the bride, and Miss fa
Jessica Pepper, cousin of the bride,
all wore identical pale lavender
ballerinas trimmed in purple and
1 carried pink rose bouquets trim-
med in lavender and purple.
Flower girl. Miss Helene Ramer. ft.*
wore a pale pink ballerina and
carried a basket of rose petals. The
1 ring bearer. Sidney Pepper, Jr., 1 Mrs. Harry Pepper I
, cousin of the bride, wore formal Mr. and Mrs Tni
attire
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Personally Speaking...
Best man was Sergeant Martin Jainesvilk, Mrs Jeat
Mr am Mrs Phillip Venet of
lias Texas, announce the arm
: their second son, Kenneth
Paul Hospital on Feb-
6th Mr- Venet 1- the daugh
: Mi ; Mr- Bernard I Gel-
: Miami Paternal
- and] re Mr ami Mr- My-
Vi'.'' M Mr and Mrs
R ixl :r> Mas
Mr- Sid Lewi... of 31iO SW 13th
Street, is in Chicago. Illinoi-. to
attend the funerai of her mother
Mr- David Avelrod, who died
there Mr- Lewis will visit with
her sister, Mrs Edward Nashville, Tennessee, before re-
turning to Miami.
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Mr. and Mrs


.; A MTilcsinger.
Best man was .lo-eph Blum Maid
of honor was Hermene Silverstein
Sue Schorr and Mr- Don Ifayerson
acted a- bridesmaids I -her- wen
Gilbert Tendler and Bernard Ben-
dersky.
The bridal gown of imported
chantilly lace over white satin was
f.i-hioned with long tapered points
on hand sleeve- A fitted bodice.
Elizabethian collar and sweetheart
neckline were incrested with Med
pearl- Her shoulder length illusion
veil was attached to a headpiece of
real -r.indparent- { Gramercy Park. New York City. I "Etching lace and seed pearls. She
are visiting their sister and broth- carried orchid-
Mr Issic Plotkin west Massa
isetts furniture manufacturer, is
the 1 n Miami area to study
'-e possibilities of settling here
e Plotkin famih were among the
1 -t Jew- in Athol, Massachusetts
Ir- Prances Rubin, of the Nan-
.i- Hotel. 1- entertaining her sis-
Mrs Harry A Goodman,
" rir..:.. Massachusetts, here
. an extended vacation.
er-in-law. Mr.
'hen. 1320 -
Beach
and Mrs Jacques
15th Street. Miami
Mr- Kdward A 1'latkin. of r460
West Avenue, Miami Beach, under-
went surgery on February 12th. at
St. Francis Hospital and is conval-
e-cing there She is expected to
return home todav
The bride was gr?tuated from
Miami Beach High School and at-
tended the Universit] of Miami
Mr Dortch was a radio officer
in the merchant marines for four
years.
The couple will motor through
Florida and make their home in
Miami Beach
Wc
Mr and Mrs Henry A Keller, of! CStVieW I'lllHS 41 ll
125th Street, announce I A II 111 I ill ( iolf ToiiriK'V
Rabbi Morn- a Skop. -piritual
der of the Coral Gable- Jewish
1 enter, was guest -peaker at
C-.e new Temple in Orlando Flor-
a, where he served for 12 years
7>. lor to as-uming his pulpit here
Mr- Milton Dreyfu--. of 3415
E enrian Avenue, has left to -pend
'-.e coming Passover holiday- with
her relatives. Mr and Mrs H J
Samuels, Rego Park. Long I-land.
'.ew York
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Mr and Mrs Elias Roach, of
536 10th Street. Miami Beach, are |
entertaining their daughter. Mr-
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She 1- the wile of Rabbi I) Ber-
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j Mr and Mr- Benjamin Weiss
j man. of 1446 Meridian Avenue, will
be aying s dbye Sunday to their
{ daughter- in law-. Mr and Mr-
Max Moskowiti New York t'it>.>
j who have been their house guests'
for the pa-t five wei -
formerly of New fork and the
Norman Hotel, Miami Beach
WIDOW WILL SHARE
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in S.W. section with respectable
woman between ages of 50-60. Ret
The Westview Country Club will,
hold its Fourth Annual Invitation
al Women's Senior Golf Tourna-
ment on March 10th and 11th
The tournament is a 36 hole med-
al play, with the Wometco Per
petual Trophy up as prize
On the committee in charge of
arrangements are the Mesdames J
C. Spitz. S J Heiman. Sam Res
nuk. Sidney Meyer, Jack Ablin'
David Blume. Myron Greentree
and Mr Ro-s Sobel
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groom from New York, and ushers
were Arthur Pepper, brother of
the bride. Perry Horenstein, neph-
ew of the bridegroom from New
York. Marvin Mondres, Mel Paul
and Nortie Bloom.
Mrs. Gideon Litchtman. long
time friend of the bride, came in
from Newark. New Jersey, for the
wedding and kept the Bride's
Book.
The bride's mother wore a perri-
w inkle blue lace ballerina and
white orchids. The bridegroom's
mother wore an aqua lace baller-
ina and white orchids. The bride's
grandmother. Mrs. A. Pepper, wore
grey lace ballerina and purple or-
chids.
After a wedding trip through
the state, the couple are residing
at 2499 SW 27th Street, Miami.
Out-of-town guests included Mrs.
Newton Frishman, Jacksonville;
Sergeant Martin Markinson. Mrs.
Ben Tick. Miss Carol Tick and Per-
ry Horenstein. all of New York;
Mrs Gideon Lichtman, Newark.
New Jersey; Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Pepper. Houston, Texas; Mr and
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Mrs. Hj Altman and L,
Sam Silberman, KtyWn
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I1 Cohen, Crown Wed
I: At Seminary
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Cohen, of
2220 SW 19th Terrace, announce
the marriage of their daughter,
Theresa Ann, to Mr. Victor Crown
at the Jewish Theological Semin-
ary in New York City.
Newlywed Mrs. Crown met her
husband while they were studens
at Pennsylvania State College.
She is a graduate of Miami Senior
High School and has been a mot-
her of the staff of Time Marine
for the past four years. Prior to
her New York association, she was
a member of the staff of The Jew-
ish Floridian.
Following a honeymoon trip to
New Orleans, Louisiana, and Mi-
ami, where the couple visited Mrs.
Crown's parents, they are at home
in Philadelphia, where Mr. Crown
is in business.
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tf.n. R.chard Axman
|ss Klaine Sanders
eds Dr. Axman
liver. :i marriage by her par-
i Elaine Phyllis Sanders, daugh-
|of Mr and Mrs. Harry Sanders,
V\V 15th Avenue, Miami, be-
the bride of Dr. Richard Ax-
of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip
ii.-- 3113 Taney Road. Haiti
. Maryland, at the Bel Aire
on February 7th. Rabbi Max
biro officiated.
pier vi- Herald Sanders, broth-
' bride Hubert Axman, brother
he groom was best man. Mari-
parubin. of Baltimore, served
aid oi honor.-
h bri le -elected a gown made
nporte I plush satin, with long
i- a wrist point, round
Jline trimmed by seed pearls
la cathedral train. Her finger-
plusi veil was attached to a
of braided net and satin
ned with seed pearls. She car-
lorch.i- on a Bible.
bride attended the Uni-
Ity dI Miami. Dr. Axman spent
oath in the Navy. He attend
I University of Maryland and
gduated from the Dental
ol there
} is a member of alpha Omego
nal Dental Society.
|receptn>n and dinner followed
non>
Mitzvah Of
hthia Lee Bott
nthia Lee, daughter of Mr.
I Mrs Rubin Bott, of Nassau
tall, will be Bas Mitzvah i
hit aexl Friday evening's serv-1
[of Beth David Synagogue on ;
uan 27th. Rabbi Max Shapiro, |
(ual leader, will officiate.
I Ba- Mitzvah is an 8th grade
pit at Shenandoah Junior High
Marilyn Le Vine To
Wed October 4th
Mrs. Etta W. Le Vine, of the
Southmoor Hotel. Chicago, Illinois,
formerly of Miami, announces the
engagement of her daughter, Mar-
ilyn, to Sheldon L. Wagner, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wagner, also
of Chicago.
Miss Le Vine attended the Uni-
versity of Cincinnati, Ohio, where
she was affiliated with Sigma Delta
Tau Sorority.
Mr. Wagner attended Roosevelt
College, Chicago, and recently re-
turned from active duty with the
United States Army.
The wedding will take place Oc-
tober 4th. in Chicago.
Mils Deferes Pcckermon
Peckepman, Levine
Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Pecker-
man, of 1755 Calais Drive, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Delores Jeanne, to How-
ard Levine, son of Mrs. Jeanette
Levine, 9333 Byron Avenue.
Miss Peckerman is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School and at-
tended the University of Miami
and Florida.
Mr. Levine is a graduate of Me-
tuchin High School. Metuchin, New
Jersey, attended the University of
Miami and served in the Navy for
two and a half years. He is a mem-
ber of Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith.
The wedding is scheduled for
May 24th.
Stuclly Ale'M.

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Cynthia let Soft
1 and has attended Beth Dav-
lUgioua School for the past
Hears.
gk-es and friends wiU be
:';h"n,,r Cynthia Lee at
P Niabbat sponsored by Mr.
FWtion during services.
tori ,lShevin' of the Bron*-
t k,'nLe Bas Mitzvah's great
f J*k Bott, of Nassau B-
ys*win -*
*VZl ithe second*
" Beth David Synagogue.
Even while relishing the blithe blue waters of Haiti and Montego
Bay on his prizewinning trip, Al Lesser brooded in his mighty way on
how to create a spectacular success of the Miami Beach Civic Orches-
tra's first big free public concert in the Beach Auritorium. This takes
place Monday evening. Feb. 23rd. Spotlight-soloist is Ft. Lauderdale's
amazing child pianist Sandra McEntaffer. She studies with Cyrus Ull-
ian.
Of tremendous help net alone to parents but to all heart ttlrred
by mentally retarded children is the Society to Help Exceptional
Children. Despite its curiously protective name, this self-formed
group devote* itself to the interests of children living at home with
their more normal brothers and sisters, and parents. They're meet-
ing on Thursday, Feb. 26th, 8 p.m., in the Edison Center Auditorium
which, again, may send you off on a tangent: Edison Center is no
relation to the school, but is located at 327 N.W. 62nd St. .
Hannah Kahn and Dr. H. Franklin Williams earnestly invite all
folk to attend, 'as do the officers: president Harold Berger, vice presi-
dent Julian Henry, secretary Mrs. W. Archer and treasurer Murray
Beck They exchange views and suggestions, and share strengths.
Dues are a dollar a year. The meetings are free, regularly the second
and last Thursdays of each month.
REVIVAL:
Herman Binder is feeling like ye bigtime impresario again. A-
crackle with the zest of his Town Hall series is the Feb. 23rd ap-
pearance of Dr. Henry Jerald, booked as the Wizard of Denmark.
This is as was Kaplan Hall, 8:15 p.m., sponsored by Temple Is-
rael's Men's Club (proxy is Jerome Freehling). "Hi" Binder swears
this is the most excitini deal you can find that niohtl Dr. Jerald
is a mentalist who out marvels Dunninger, says he .
FAST FLASHES:
Ada Morley Greenfield's been uncomfortable with back trouble,
which she'll have to repair fast to be able to bow to the plaudits she's
getting as clever lyric writer for "Sand in Your Shoes" hit songs .
If Sid Garfield. new adman here, is the former Warner Brothers staffer,
he's asked to phone his old pal, Mr. Ebner, at 3-6587 .
To Herman J. Levine, manager of the Jewish Agricultural Society j
in New York: your letter was put directly, on Monday, in the hands of
Max Losner, Homestead pioneer and a more excellent source for you
than any excerpts from this column. You'll be fascinated to learn
that the other afternoon a well known farmer there said, "What we
need to pep up this place is more Jews!" They want you! .
Wonderful Sylvia Chertkof's been blushing for a week over an
error stating "Sand in Your Shoes" is her brainchild. It isn't. It's Sam
Hirsch's. His experience with "The Lost Colony" crystallized into
"Sand" as of historical appeal for South Florida Frances Makov-
sky still gaga over Yetta Shafkin's bonnet glittering like fish scales.
The Makovskys enjoyed St. Louis visitors Mr. and Mrs. Paul Koshner,
aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Sova, and also from New York
the Moe Berlins. Scenting the revelry, in came St. Louis' Pearl Blu-
stein. and newlywed cousins Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Oxenburg .
Brand new weekly over the Florida Keys is "The Keynoter", going
to press this week with Marie Natvig as top femme keynoter ... To
Dick Stern: sorry, the Girl Friday couldn't make it Irene Hilda
breezed in from her star spot at Palm Beach's El Patio in time to catch
Jane Fisher's yachting party. Windy, wasn't it? ... To Thea Schon
berg, Hilda Frank, others: hope you got the information .
The Sea Isle's Gallery o# Contemporary Art has opened a two-
week showing of Reyna U. Youngermen's paintings. Wander in any
time; you'll enjoy itl
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tamowitz, Tokayer
^itesln Miami
Mr. and Mrs Henry Samowitz,
| 785 SW 2'.-t R'>ad. announce
be marriage of their daughter.
Uilyn, to Harold, son of Mr and
,lrs. Louis Tokayer, Brooklyn, New
i'ork.
The ceremony took place on Feb-
;-ary 8th a l the Miami Hebrew
..no.4 and C ingregation. with i:
; Sim. n April and Cantor I',
Celemcr officiating.
Following the ceremony, a
at tl Royal Hungarian was
honor ol the newlyweds
- the immedii nd |n
I ests.
Five local Si,th<*xfa I Con-m*" Cagi- j"
, Theolcqica! & America. Shown "*
dents at the affiliated S:s:erhcods hereTheJ*^">
, Lauler. Beth Da* Khnqer Noi.h Shore Joseph
San. Miami Beach; and Samuel
pictured is Mrs. Nat She
Israelite Center.
Michael Shaw To
Be K;ir Mit/vah i
MickMl Shaw, son of Mr. and
M GUsta> Shaw, will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday morning. Feb-1
nun 2Ut. !' am. at Beth David
Congregation
Rabbi MM Shapiro, spiritual
[eader, will officiate, with Cantor
Maurice MaBichea assisting.
The Bar Mitzvah is an 8th grade
student at Shenandoah Junior High
School "here he is a member of
,Ac*rt Band He is also a
member oi Boj Scout Troop No.
pjg .it Beth David.
[Hi religious preparation for
rmation was under th guid-
,,f Mr Louis C.adon. member
oi ... Beth David faculty.
\ reception at the Temple and
B| home will follow the ceremony.
Mr and Mrs. Fritz Mokotoff. the
Mittvah's paternal grandpar-
ents, reside in Israel. Guests of
will be bis maternal grand
mother, Mrs Anna Shaw, and his
aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Spingarn.
Mrs. Harold Tokayer
, white chantilly
1 ., styled with
,.., long ':.. I
. n a white
with
s part her et semble,
h! mount'-
streamers.
rnard Bastack: I Pitts-
gh, Pennsylvania, sister of the
ras matron of honor and
[ yellow roses. Mrs
- if the
bridesi
lar his broth-
I in In ii tla
".en
- dinner the couple
i
e < iple will n ii Mis
Women To Study
\ Constitution
1 M( mbl r- of the !':
i League of Women Voters of Mi-
Beach will meet next week at
neighborhood discussion groups to
the first two items on the
program of the state League of
n Voters
The organization i- supporting
two bills to modernize the Florida
n -titution.
All meetings are at 10 a.m., and
will be Monday, Februarj 23rd.
Mrs Rand) Polansky 9720 Wesl
Baj Harbor Drive, Bay Harbor
I-land. Wednesday, February 25th
Mr- Robert Yaffey, 2074 Prairie
Avenue, and Friday, Februarj
27th. Mrs Roland Granat, 4550
Royal Palm Avenue
The two state items studied will
include establishing a Constitution-
al Commission and to chanainu the
lative article in the present
constitution providing f"r annual
salaries for legislators and an op-
en end session annually instead
of the present 60-da> session
0 art! Party \t
Hatlv Center
Anson Klinger Bar
\ card partj "ill
North Dade Jewish Center on Wed
j February 25th. 8
p.m
,.. of Mah Jongfi will be in
play, a- well as a variety of card
- and refreshments
will be provided bj Frieda Klein.
Sadie Greenberg, Esther Kaufman.
Ida Goodman Lil Marrow and Dor-
othy Helfenhem
be held at the MilZVilll TolllOITOW
I linns \ IVII H
MeCmrrmm Emu-
A meeting oi the Tamara Chap-, there
Anson I'eter Klinger. son of Mr
and Mrs Samuel S Klinger. 2601
SW 3rd Street, will become Bar
Mitzvah tomorrow morning. Feb
ruary 21st. 9 a.m.. at the Beth
David Synagogue.
Rabbi Max Shapiro, spiritual
leader, will officiate.
The Bar Mitzvah is a student at
Shenandoah Junior High School,
where he is active in sports. He re-
ceived his religious training at
Beth David and will continue
Jon I. Prager, son oi Mis. Rug
Prager. Miami Beach, 3
Donald A. Prager. Los Anqtj
es. will be Bar Mitzvah Sal
urday morning, 10:45 a.m.,it
Temple Beth Shoiom. Ra&
Leon Kronish will official,1
Jon is an 8th grade students
Riverside Military Academ
in Hollywood.
Arlene Byrnes Will
Bo June Bride
Ir Mrs David i hei
1710 SW 13th Street Miami, an-
nounce the engagement of their
\rlcne Lots Hymes.
Lar j ; radio Station an-
- .ince- ir. Plea^antville. New Jer-
The couple were introduced by
the bride-elect's brother and sis-j
Dr Leonard Hymes and Mrs
ft nnie Goodelman. while Mi-
ned ir. Atlantic Citj '
H; me< graduated from Mi-
i High School and is now a
lent at La France School oi

"Ir. Carle, with radio station
. 'Mi. gradui ti
h Scl Emersoi
atti "led American [nt tr-
nal i ollege.
The couple plan a Juni
Atlantic City. New Jersey
Member^ will also discuss reor-
ganizing the Executive Department
oi the state government in order
to reduce the 127 boards and ag-
< :. to about 26 departments.
emphasis the need f'>r a de-
of revenue instead of 19
tax colli lea
irts showing the present
-tructure of government and the
proposed reorganization, which
were made by Mrs. Thoma- .1
Wood, vice president of the Miami
I.YVV. will be displayed at all the
unit meetings, which are open to
the public Mrs Leonard Heller
will Ix- discussion leader.
ter. Mizrachi Women's Organiza-
tion, will be held on Tuesday ev
ening. February 24th. 8:30 p.m.. at
the Tides Hotel.
Guest speaker will be Norman
R. Lyons, attorney, news commen-
tator and honorary president of.
the Zionist District of Coral Gab-
les. He will discuss The Effect
Of The McCarran Immigration
Law
Bronner, Nardin Rites
Richard M Bronner. formerly
of Miami, was married to Miss Ed-
ith Nardin. daughter of Mr and
Mrs Arthur Nardin. New York
City, at the Esses House there on
February 8th
The Bronners are now residing
in Bismarck. North Dakota, where
Mr Bronner is an oil operator He
is a graduate of Miami Beach High
School and attended the Universtt)
of Florida
The Klingers will hold a recep-
tion in honor of Anson on Sunday.
2 p.m., at their home. Honored
guests will include his maternal
grandparents. Mr and Mrs. Joseph
Marcus, of Brooklyn, New York.
and his uncle. Morris Klinger. of
New York City.
Epsteins Mark
54th "Anniversary
Mr and .rs jacoo Epstein were
honored last Saturday on the oc-
casion of their 54th wedding anni-
versary
A dinner and reception was at-
tended by their children. Dr and
Mrs Morris Smith and Dr. and Mrs.
Elmer L Shaffer, all of Philadel-
phia. Pennsylvania.
Others present were Mr. and
Mrs Alexander Van Stratton. Mr.
and Mrs David Sfhiman. Mrs. Jean
Himmelfarb, Mrs Caroline Beren-
son. Mrs Ruth Klein and Mr. and
Mrs jo*. Smith
rr
Ronald Bowmar.. son oil
Ruth Bowman, 1559 Miciiga]
Avenue, will be Bai ^
at the Miami Beach
Cental on Saturflay, Fd
ary 21st. Rabbi lrvingT
man will officiate. A stn*
at Riverside Military
emy. Ronald is in the I
grade.
The Epsteins arc grandparents
of Dr. Alvin H Smith. Philadei-1 I ,,vv HftlTlS TV
ir and Mrs Hi.rari. Shaffer l"*- '
Dr. IVlt'oorsliY
At \J >kV< !.n
Dr David I'etegorsky, national phia. Dr and Mrs. Horace Shaffer
executive director of the American
Jewish Congress and member of
the Executive
World Jewish
guest speaker at the open meeting Residing at 1600 Collins Avenue. Beach, was made here mo
of the Florida Women's Division the Epsteins are Miami Beach pi- The couple plan an eartj
i of the American Jewi h Congress oneen Mr. Epstein is a former | wedding and will M*nd the*
idaj February 23rd. 12 30 mans hat manufacturer and was cymoon in Havana. Cuba.
at the Sea Gull Hotel owner of the Devon Hat Company, make their home in
L 'vine, Treister
i II Their Betrothal
- Max I.
Carolina
troth :
nneth Trei-,
1.
Mi ii ii
ride-eli radu it< I from
ei H -: Si h and m stu lenl al the Uni-
: Florida, where her fiance
in the (ollege of Archi-
rure.
Mr. Treister attended Miami
Beach High School and the I'ni-
> (it Miami, where he was
president of the F"reshman Class,
member of the band and winner
oj numerous debating honors. His
fraternity is- Zeta Beta Tau.
The couple plan a June wedding
i.i Charleston.
Kullman, Weede
To Star In Verdi's
La Traviata
The
"f Charles Kullman and 1:
Weede has I-'::; been acclaim
concert and opera fans Mui
ers of the Greater Miami an
have anmle opportunit]
hen ;>-.
two male lead- in I.., '.
Verd popular op
t ir K i

"
Miami.
and Miss Janice Shaffer. Trenton.
New Jersey: and Dr. and Mrs. Al-
( ommittee of the fred S Berne. New York City. They
Congress, will be also have four great grandchildren.
Announcement of the
ment of Miss Gladys Lerr. i
sity City. Missouri, to I
Levy. 850 Commerce
Street. 1
Kulli
the Metn
h most p
in the .. Id :' music. A nati'
New Haven Connecticut, si
Yale graduate, he orimnaliy plan-
ned a medical career but was per-
suaded otherwise when singing as
soloist with the college Glee Club
Robert Weede. baritone Mai
the Metropolitan Opera, radio and
TV who will appear as Georgio
Germont in Traviata. is also one
of the leading interpreters of Rig.
oletto. He began studying voice 1
in Baltimore with George Castello'
and continue* at the Eastman j
School of Music in Italv.
of his Ser^a^r, t" 'he Metropolitan Divmon (enter) point. ouJJ- '
wite tsTatedIcen^W TP' The mee,m<3 wa cad by Miami Chairman M-I-
mS^tSSiSA t door-10^00' campaign in the Combmed Jewish APP<
HvmanKorr, V ?hU. are% ^^ O-cor Zeltzer. Oaca, Zeltzer. Mr.. Samuel Gertt
Hyman Kam. Kopelow.tz, Mrs. Sam Seitlin. B. H. Liberman and Jack Regal- ,


LAy, FEBRUARY 20, 1953

ASKED TO HIT ANTI-SEMITISM
luNITED NATIONS (JTA) Forty-nine distinguished Americans
Led by the sudden rise of anti-Semitism in Russia and Eastern
Lpc and fearing its spread to the Middle East and Germany, made
lie a four point program of action submitted to President Eisen-
er with the request that it be initiated by the United States and
[united Nations in order to prevent disaster,
he request for action was con- -------------------------------------------
d in a letter addressed to | the Assembly through its attempts
Lident Eisenhower. Copies of *
[communication were sent to
Secretary General Trygve Lie
Ambassador Henry Cabot
Xe. Jr., principal United States
bate to the UN. Expressing
| lest some 3,000,000 Jews be ex-
Id to physical violence, the sig-
Iries requested the President:
f To issue a solemn public con-
biation and warning that this
tk against the Jewish people is
Incitement to massacre.
L As a deterrent, to declare
I the help of the United States

PAGE 11 A
to outlaw genocide, to end perse-
cution of racial and religious
groups and to end discrimination,
as well as to create an internation-
al body of law based on the deci-
sions of the Nuremberg war crimes
tribunal, has both the right and the
duty to act in this situation. The
League's plea said that the differ-
ence in the situation between the
Hitler regime's anti-Jewish activ-
ities and the present campaign is
the UN's attempts, through its
Lrms of funds. Point Four aid Ciia?ter and f lewhere. to prevent
[other forms of assistance will such Persecutions.
withheld from any country |
fch engages in such attacks. It'nil i lt~ r it It tills
I. To make clear to the Arab I ^^ _r_
Jd the importance of reaching | MwUt-Cn \ H'ttlitS
al settlement of the Pales-1 Washington A total of
I war as an end in itself and as i -on f^. j" n '
Uquisitc to productive rela- {Eg0J^JT 8-T by ,B 1"
Vwi.h the United States. ?2 u ,, "uT f the
t To place on the agenda rf gg JjJ*-* Be''Um nd
United Nations a proposal for
establishment of a 'watchdog'
nittec to prevent anti-Semitic
pice anywhere as contrary to
Charter of the United Nations
khe principle of peaceful asso-
pn between countries."
communication underscored
[the requests made are "in the
Frank Goldman, president of
B'nai B'rith, whose national head-
quarters are located here, present-
ed $10,000 to A. H. Van Roijen,
Netherlands Ambassador to the
US for use by the Netherlands Gov-
ernment for flood relief.
ne requests made are in the l. _
t not merely of possible new HlSlOry May Repeat
At Hialeah Saturday
Slate Leaders'
Conference On
Israel In March
NEW YORK A National Lead
ership Conference to speed Israel's
economic development in 1953, will
be held at the Mayflower Hotel in
Washington on Saturday evening,
March 7th, and Sunday. March 8th,
it was announced here by Rudolf
G. Sonneborn, president of the
State of Israel Bond Drive.
The Conference, which will be
attended by Jewish leaders from
communities throughout the Unit-
ed States, will mark the official op-
ening of the 1953 campaign for
the sale of Israel Independence
Bonds.
Dr. Dov Joseph, Israel Cabinet
Minister, is coming to the United
States to participate in the ses-
sions of the Conference. Dr. Jos-
eph, who has been Minister of Com-
merce and Industry, is an author-
ity on Israel's program of economic
development.
Israel Cabinet Discusses Implications
Of Russian Diplomatic Break
The Israel Cabinet has discussed
the implications of the Soviet
Union's rupture of diplomatic re-
lations and'decided to make a
statement in Pa/liament on the
situation, it was officially an-
nounced. Inter-parly consultations
on the statement have been in
progress for several days and
Premier David Ben-Gurion is ex-
pected to make one here soon
tics, they agreed that Foreign Min-
ister Moshe Sharett's speech in
Parliament last month on the So-
viet propaganda drive against Is-
rael was responsible for the Soviet
I action.
Campaign Backfires
The anti-Jewish campaign con-
ducted by the Communist author
ities in the Soviet part of Ger
many has apparently influenced the
i German youth to such an extent
that the authorities saw it in Bei -
ns of a blood purge; they ac-
| with the highest purposes of
national morality and interna-
1 peace." Among the signator-
fe presidents of colleges, lead-
If history repeats, and it very
often does, Hialeahs $100,000 Wid-
ener tomorrow. February 21st, is j
ltul.Ha.~i IIvails
Men'* Club At
Montievlla Park
Milton Balsam was named presi-
dent of the -'en's Club of Congre-
gation Monticello Park at an elec-
tion meeting last week. He will
also act as vice president of the
organization.
Other officers elected are David
Drucker, secretary, and william
Svigals, treasurer.
The Executive Board includes
Harry Fertig. Morris Ratlof, Joel
Miller, Max Levine and Al Lazar.
The Men's Club will meet again
on February 24th, at a Sweetheart
Night, when members of the Con-
gregation's Ladies Auxiliary will be
honored. In charge of arrange-
ments are Dan Abramowitz and
Saul Bill.
Meanwhile, four of the dozens of ,in to broadcast a special message
suspects arrested in connection Ito the 3,000,000, members of (he
with the bombing of the Soviet: German Communist Youth Orga I
legation last Monday night will be ization urging them to make a di I
charged with committing the crime. Ition between Jews and Zionists.
A number of persons have been re-
leased for lack of evidence, and a
number are out on bail. Unless
further evidence is produced
against most of the 20 still in jail.
they too will be released. A Com-
munist Party member was detained
for interrogation here when he was
found near the Soviet legation
with encoded documents.
The legation officials have not
yet requested exit visas for Rus
The broadcast told the youth >f
East Germany not to "hate the
Jews" but pointed out that "the
real enemy" was the Zionist move-
ment. It stressed that the Soviet
and East German constitution*
banned anti-Semitism. At the same
time, the broadcast quoted Hot
cow news papers describing the
leaders of the Israel Government u-
a "pack of mad dogs."
(The New York Times reported
sians returning to the USSR, and that the Soviet Government has
it is expected to take several more adopted a policy of banning Jewish
days before they are ready. In ad- technicians from strategic plants in
dition, persons holding Russian dip- i border areas. This policy is beir.a
lomatic passports will be asked lo followed even in cases where it
leave the country. They are known | means that such plants must oper
to include the head of the Tass : ate less efficiently than otherwise,
news service here, M. Kuvalov, the the report said.)
director of a Russian archaeologi-____________________
cal mission, M. Zaitzav, and Archil --....
mandrate Polakir, of the Russian j Kalin Circle Will
Orthodox Church. It was learned Meet* NaiTIP Offirorc
that Moscow has not yet agreed! -* **
the church world, heads of: a toss-up between Crafty Admiral
gica! seminaries, writers. Oil Capitol and Ken.
fcrs and business leaders.
New Epidemic
! group emphasizes in its corn-
Records show that 11 of the last !
12 Wideners have been won by i
horses that placed in the McLen-i
fton that the present policy nan, a prcJiminarv stako run two
fc Soviet Covcmment "could weeks ior to ,hc widencr
lead to a new epidemic of Craft Admira| oj| Ca jt(), an iTfeo,,nC<: ^^ fnt.'" Ken were one-two-three in this
I.feeling .. overt or latent. year.s McLennan
countries include not only: _.
in the Soviet bloc but Ger-1 The Pattern starte(l ln 939. with
'. East and West, the Arab Bu" *** runneruP '" the McLen-
nan, taking first money in the Wid-
ener. El Mono scored a double
victory in 1948, by winning both
of the big races. The mighty Arm-
ed won the 1946 Widener after
finishing second in the preliminary
event and came back in 1947 to
take both handicap features. < !oal
town galloped to a double victory
in 1949.
and North Africa as well."
| is expressed that the Kremlin
aign has as one of its purposes
Irpetuate a state of belliger-
jin the Middle East which even
Idid not produce anti-Semitic
pee. could produce "a new de-
for anarmed assault against
f International League for the
F uf Man, a non-governmental
fttfcHi with UN consultative
9. has appealed to Lester Pear-
irealdenl of the General As-
P\. to have that body initiate
|MU8 inquiry through appro-
l Wncies" to try to halt the
Ptjtion of Jews in central and
P Europe. It also asked the
"hly to discover means for
wcuted to find refuge in
[countries, notably Israel, and
pofr aid to all authorities and
1 m theii humanitarian
^appeal also pointed out that
Egypt In
Pressure
Tactics
lit: Lipkind At
Yiddish Forum
Dr. Max Lipkind will be guest
speaker at Der Yiddisher Forum
tomorrow evening. February 21st,
8:15 p.m.. in Kneseth Israel Con-
gregation.
A retired physician. Dr. Lipkind
will discuss: Socialized Medicine.
He is the author of numerous ar-
ticles in English and Hebrew on
Jewish humor and history.
Dr. Lipkind is also known for
his contributions in the field of
Jewish education here.
to the Israeli request that the
Dutch legation in Moscow be per
mitted to represent Israeli interests
in the USSR.
The severing of relations be-
tween Russia and the Jewish State
is not expected to have a great ef-
fect on Israel's economy because
the trade between the two states
has never been great. Trade be-
tween Israel and a number of the
other Communist states of East
Europe had been greater at one
time but recently dropped away al-
most to zero.
The Mapam and Communist par-
ties this week-end held meetings
in various parts of the country on
the diplomatic break between Is-
rael and the USSR. Although .he
Mapam speakers opposed the Com-
munist Party declarations and tee-
Shirley B. Kahn Circle No. 1714.
Companions Of The Forest of Ar
erica, will meet at the American
Legion Hall on Thursday. Febrj
ary 26th, 8 p.m.
New officers of the group recent
ly elected include the Mcsdamc
, Shirley B. Kahn. deputy; Mic I
Fain, chief companion: Jean Let
kowitz. sub-chief companion; Lot
tie Click, junior past chief cot'
panion; Ida Maizel. tinancial seCTC
tary; Sally Sternstein. treasurer;
Sidona Gross, recording secrctar.
The Mesdames Ruth Doan. cha
lain: Eleanor Bossak. first trustee:
Diane Leon, second trustee: Am
E. Rial, third trustee: Delia Jon
outer guard; Blanche Efass, innc-i
guard; Gussie Kahan. right guiH
Sally Barham. left guide: HI
Freed, hostess; and Frances Bru .
program chairman
'Payers Name
'is President
rJ'a^ P'0"**"- builder in
a. has been elected presi-
IMhe Miami Beach Taxpay
psociatum.
I* was builder of the 79th
VJeway. the Coral Gables
fit \ many Beach hotels.
; Presidents for the coming
ft August t;eiRer, Dr. Leon
WwSm Max 0rovit2-
and rl'",was *'*ted sec
andI chares H. Alcock is
[at ft fficers w' be in-
Club f^"" in the Monte
I Cas,no on February
iTE Mrs, Sidn*>- u
^" A plrt C Bu8wel1
--SRC6-***
BONN (JTA)An Egyptian at-
tempt to blackmail West Ger-
many into granting Egypt credits
of about one billion dollars as
the price of Egyptian silence on
est West German-Israel restitu
tion agreement resulted last
week in the suspension of trade
talks between the two countries.
The German authorities here
said the talks in Cairo had been
suspended because of "exagger-
ated Arab demands", but the
Germany mission headed by Dr.
L. Westrick, Bonn's Secretary of
State for Economic Affairs, was
instructed to remain in the
Egyptian capital.
The Bonn government had
been prepared to offer Egypt
credits up to about one hundred
million dollars and had looked
to an agreement with Egypt to
ease criticism in the Arab States
of the German pact with Israel
and to abate opposition by West
German industrialists to the Lux-
emburg agreement
Figuring prominently in 1953
plans of the Joint Distribi..
tion Committee, which wera
adopted at the 38th JDC An-
nual Meetina in New York
City January iOth, was aid lo
Jews in Moslem lands like
this Jewish tot (upper left), in
a JDC-supported hospital in
Teheran, Iran; to thousands cc
aqed, ill and handicapped
newcomers to Israel (uppai
right), now being cared for by
Malben, JDC program on ba-
half of "hard core" newcom
ers to the Jewish state; and
________tens of thousands in Europa
WlI such as these happy youn;
-^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ sters (lower left) at a JDC-su
ported orphans' home in France. JDC receives the funds for its relief, resettlement and re
construction operations from the United Jewish Appeal. More than 500 delegates from Jewish
communities throughout the United States are expected to hear Senator Herbert H. Lehman
deliver the featured address at the Hotel Astor in New York City.




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FRIDAY, FEBRUABv,
Sand In Your Shoes Cast Announced By
Hirsch; Rehearsals Gear For Opening
.......inn. Srhraii-'i '" '>
Miss Sfcber
Buckley
Opera Features
Steber, Buckley
One of the main attractions of
the opera Guild of Greater Miami's
production of a Traviata to be pre
rented on February 28th. at the
Dade County Auditorium, and
March 2nd. at Miami Beach Audi
torium. will be the appearance of
Eleanor Steber. one of the Metro-
politan Opera's most acclaimed
sopranos.
Since she won the Metropolitan
Opera Auditions of the Air in
April. 1940. she has added 19
major roles to her repertoire in-
cluding Carmen. Marguerite in
Fatut, Alice in Falstaff and Eva in
Die Meistersinger.
Television also has played an
important part in Miss Steber's
career When the Voice of Fire-
stone was first televised, she be-
come its star. She has since ap-
peared in mere than 40 telecasts,
including Ed Sullivan's Toast ol
the Town and the Milton Berle
show.
Emersin Buck!c>. who will con-
duct La Traviata. is not a new
comer to this area. This will mark
his fourth time as conductor foi
the Opera Guild
Currently serving as conductor
and musical director fur Will! in
New York. Buckley has been hailed
as a Fiery young conductor and the
most promising batoneer to be dis
covered in many years. Almost the
entire Metropolitan Opera roster
has been a guest soloist for con-
certs under his baton
Hand Sewers
Experienced only. Yeor round work.
Pleasant surroundings. Apply:
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Supports '"- "! u,!un,
teer workers act .rs dancers and
gingers. Sand In Your Shoes, must
cal cat ilcade ol Greater Miami s
pioneer days, this week released
it. tirsl official rast-list
Headins the dramatic cast, said
writer-director Sun Hirsch. i- Jane
Fisher who will plaj her original
role as a oioneer working side bj
side .th her former husband. Carl
Graham Fisher, Miami Beach de-
veloper.
Mrs Fisher is a resident "i Sun
Moore has been given the I arl
Fisher role Cast a.- the young
.lane Fisher is Barbara Green
field.
Narrator is local radio announc-
er Rick Nelson, with Emanuel
Publisher To Lead
Tour Of Israel
Following the announcement
: last week that Or Alexander Bnn.
publisher of the Jewish Advocate,
will lead a special tour to Israel
for the Passover holiday, numerous
. requests for information have been
received at the offices of the Ad-
vocate and local travel agents
Dr. Brin's group will leave New
York on the SS He de France on
March 14th. or via TWA on March
18th. for those travelling by plane
After stopovers in I'aris. the
French Kiviera and Rome, the par
t) will arrive at I.ydda Airport on
the morning of March 25th. for a
14 day tour of Israel, which will
include an extensive procram of
sightseeing from Dan to Beershe-
lia and stopovers in the principal
cities of IsraelJerusalem. Safed.
Haifa and Tel Avivat the finest
hotels available
The highlight of this special
tour will be the Seder in Jerusalem
on the first night of Passover.
On the morning of April 10th.
the yroup will leave by plane for
a second \. i^it to Rome and Paris
before N.-uling from Le Havre on
the SS Flandre April 17th on the
same day. air passengers will leave
from Paris
I The tour is being arranged by
' the University Travel Company of
Boston through the Stevens Travel
Service, 1905 Collins Avenue. Mi-
ami Beach Phone 5-0530
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Flakier teei Stanle: Chertko
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Richard k Finh a- Will B8ers.
Stanlej C Myer.....Umes [ngra
husband-wife team.
Mr a:..; Mr- Leo Sheiner M
pioneers
The Sheiners are prominent civic
leaders in the Greater Miami Jew
ish Communitj Cent,: sponsoring
organization for Sand In 1 >'..>-
shoes a- it- fund raising project
ihi- >ear.
ai.-o confirmed this week i- Ed
die Cohen's participation Cohen
will play the role of his father,
189ti pioneer Miami merchant Ifii
dor Cohen
Announced bj Robert Strass-
burg, well known choral director
who is composing the entire orig-
inal score for Sand In Your Shoe-.
is the two piano team of Irma Sch
warz and Lenore Gaynor. starring
with the chorus Professional solo
voices will carry the two hit-tunes,
Sand In Your Shoes and The Good
Old Days, with lyrics by Ada
Greenfield.
Dance sequences have been de
signed by I) Ann King. California
choreographer Including a Mos-
quito Ballet. Hurricane and Te-
questa Sun Cod rites, dance- will
spotlight Babs Wolfe. Olympia
Martinez. Dade French. Peggy Han
sen and .loan Cawgan. with other-
from the Patricia Steven modeling
and career school.
The full scale production will be
performed on March 1st at 8 15
p.m. in the Miami Beach Audi-
torium. Fund chairman is Mrs. Syl-
via Chertkof
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Sand In Your Shoes music is prevued by composer]
Strassburg (center) for Broadway songwriter Georgia
(left) and 87-year-old Mrs. George Welsh, Jane Fishesi
' right). Standing cut Dennice Norwood and Edward
officials of the Independent Composers, Authors. '
Association here.
D. Roiner Management
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[y, FEBRUARY 20, 1953
herhood Program At Beach Center
Feature Historic Washington Letter
*'Jewish'gkgMtm
a warm letter of welcome. George
Washington's reply is addressed to
the Hebrew Congregation of New-
port. It was seen by millions as
part of the Freedom Train Exhi
bition, and in 1946, the colonial
building in Newport, known as the
Touro Synagogue, was dedicated as
a national historic shrine."
Mr. and Mrs. Morgenstern will
be guests on the special Washing
ton Birthday program of Simon
Seiden's Jewish Forum over sta-
tion WMIE Sunday, at 10 am
Florida Region, National
encc of Christians and Jews,
m Men's Club of the Miami
[Jewish Center will present
Senator Claude Pepper and
Brving I-ehrman on Monday
;. 8:30 p m., in the Center
j on Washington Avenue.
evening devoted to broth-
, and democracy, the pro-
Hjll also feature the public
of the historic letter from
Washington to the Touro
fcgue of Newport in which
6l President stated the prin-
nf American democracy and
feme of brotherhood.
[rving Cypen will preside
| brotherhood meeting Mon-
ht as president of the Men's
..a'l'ii Irving Lehrman will
1 the significance ol the oc-
Mlami Beach Mayor D. Lee
will extend official greet-
nd there will be remarks by
bob Cunningham, executive
of (he Florida Chapter.
al conference of Christians
fars; Samuel N. Friedland,
fcni ol the Miami Beach Jew-
bter; Dr Wylie Scott, of the
pnlty church: and Morris
hstern. of New York, owner
[ historic Washington letter.
ittee members said they|
ite an attendance of 2,000',he memory of the late Lewis
a( Mondav nights meet-|Grant- formerly of 6102 SW 14th
c prosram will be open to '
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Mrs. (iottcsman Will
Host Garden Party
A garden party will be held at
the home of Mrs. Alfred Gottes-
man, 8021 Old Cutler Road, Coral
Gables, on Tuesday, February 24th,
12:30 p.m.
Assisting Mrs. Gottesman as hos-
tess will be Miss Sadye Nathan.
Proceeds are for asthmatic patients
in the National Home for Jewish
Children at Denver.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Barbakoff Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Esther
Barbakoff, formerly of 632 Hialeah
Drive, Hialeah. will take place Sun-
day, February 22nd. at 12 noon at
Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi S
T. Swirsky officiating. Mrs. Barba-
koff is survived by her husband
Max; two sons. Alec and Nathan;
also a sister, Mrs. Katziff and three
grandchildren. Arrangements are
in charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company; friends and rela
tives are asked tb attend.
Dr. Henry Gerald. Mentalist.
humorist and psychologist,
will appear before the Tem-
ple Israel Men's Club on
Monday evening, February
23rd, 8:15 p.m., in Kaplan
Hall. H. T. Shulenbergar will
be master of ceremonies.
Known as the Man Of Mys-
tery. Dr. Gerald offers a pro-
gram featuring telepathy and
hypnotism.
Grant Unveiling
The dedication of a monument to
(tire community, with mem
! the Miami Beach clergy of
nominations to be special
Street, will take place Sunday, Feb
ruary 22nd, at 10 a.m. at Mt. Sinai
Memorial Park Cemetery with Rab-
bi Alfred Waxman officiating. Mr.
Grant is survived by his wife, Dor-
othy Diane; a son, Arnold; two
showing of the Washington I daughter Sandra ^ and s
asarranged by Morgenstern 1^^. also his parents Mr and M
Iheolog.cal Sem- Harry Grant, of Toronto. Ontario;
a brother Norman and a sister, Mrs.
Rose Alber, both of Toronto. Mr.
Grant was a member of the West
Miami Community Center. Palmer's
Monument Company is in charge of
arrangements; friends and relatives
are asked to attend.
Jew :-li
' America.
flelter was written in the
of 1790. after the troub-
rs of the American Revo-
ording to Morgenstern.
in: Washington was touring
i Republic He came to
. Rhode Island, a seafaring
the part of the country
Id by the champion of re-
Iliberty. Roger Williams.
I people of Newport had felt
Uness nf the war. and they
Rued long and hard about
1 Constitution of the United
But when the General
town, they turned out to
Morgenstern explained.
es Seixas. sexton of the He-
lonaregation of Newport, a
|of Washington's, sent him
j Wiener Roast
I Miami Young Zionist Dis-
ks planned a wiener roast
ten Park on Sunday, Feb-
j22nd. A motorcade will
he Jewish Community Cen-
SW 16th Avenue, at 8:30
Miss Weiland On Meet
Your Neighbor Program
Meredith Weiland, daughter of
Mrs. Lenore and the late Jonas
Weiland, will be Harold Shapiro's
guest on The Meet Your Neighbor
Program this Sunday, 8:15 p.m.,
over station WINZ.
Miss Weil and, who was selected
by the Miami Beach Exchange Club
as Student Of The Month, will
speak on George Washington And
Brotherhood.
Fischler Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Elizabeth
Fischler, formerly of 631 SW 11th
Street, will take place Sunday, Feb-
ruary 22nd at 10 a.m. at Mt. Nebo
Cemetery with Rabbi Max Shapiro |
officiating. Mrs. Fischler is surviv-1
ed by her husband Louis; two sons, I
Herbert and .ra, and a daughter, j
Mrs. Benjamin Bloom, all of Miami;
also three brothers. Cy, David and
Abe Kronfeld, and a sister, Mrs.
Sylvia Rosenbloom, all of New
York. Arrangements are in charge i
of Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany: friends and relatives are
asked to be present.
k um ntnauHoi comiwhy
WTO BUJQ MIAMI M, ma
' rmm KUIDENlT .If .V.
Announcing Opening of the
Miami Beach
Speech Clinic
530 LINCOLN ROAD
Patio No. 7
For Treatment of
Speech Disorders
Phone* 48-3593 4-7343
Director-ANITA R. WEINBERG, B.S.
Cohen. Miller At Lunch
Oscar Cohen, national director
of the Community Service Divis
ion, Anti-Defamation League, and
Alexander F. Miller, southern di-
rector of the ADL, B'nai B'rith,
will be guest speakers at the week-
ly luncheon meeting of Miami
Beach Lodge No. 1591 on Tuesday
February 24th, 12:15 p.m., in the
National Hotel.
HOME FOR SALE
Neor Israelite Center, bus, starts and
schools, 2-bedroom turn, from* hams.
Air conditioned. Full price only $6000
if you can pay about '2 cash. Bartlett
Broker, 2240 S.W. 32nd Avenue
Ph. 4-1367.
CAIRO RESTAURANT !
Known for Its famous
Shish Kabab
Stuffed Cabbage
Stuffed Grape Leaves j
RESERVATIONS FOR PARTIES j
1626 Alton Road Phone N 91 72 |
"H you don't like the food |
you don't pay"
..-..-_ wiwn ritiiriOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
toe undersigned, ilexii in* to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
,.v,'MM'N MANI actikim; *
EXPORT CO., at Miami, Dado Coon-
t>. i- la mt,-nds to register Bald nanu
with the clerk ..f Ui Clfcull Cuurl ol
Dado County, flotilla
, LOUIS A. I1KV
1/30 2/B-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring, to encase In
;Vr,'';',"~.;:'",'-'' ''' nctRlous name of
PORMOST KOSHER SAUSAGE CO
at Wft.W. -in bireel Miami, intenui
t or the ( ircult Court ..f Dade County
Florida.
I ORMOST KOSHER b'A USAGE
COMPANY
u-i-iiV.'Y!"1"-*'}'""'' Corporaitlon
WEINKLE KEB8LER
Attorneys for Applicant
*U BeyboM Hid*
I M-H .1/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS Hr..lKi:i GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
puelneN under the fictitious name ol
RATIONAL KOSHER SAUSAGE
' OMPANY ami H.oi!||..\ NATION-
AL KIISHKIt SAUSAGE COMPANY,
at 230 N.W. Sth Btreet, Miami. Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the circuit Court of Hade County.
i-lorlda.
ISRAEL NATIONAL KOSHER
SAUSAGE COMPANY
WEINKLE ft KE8RLER
Vttorneys for Applicant
SI I Seyhold Uldg.
t/to-21 a/s-u
Any time is time foi
Tarn Tarn
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUN I V. jlObiUA
No. 27458-B
RE: ESTATE OF
E8REL FLITMAN, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I bar*
Hied my final ie]>o-t ami petition for
Final Discharge as Executrix of th-
eetat- of eskei. fi.itman. dec, -
eaj and fiat on the i'.,th day of March,
IMS, will apply to the Honorable.
FRANK II. IXIVVl.lNil, County Judge
of Dade County, Florida, for approval
of said final report and for final dis-
charge as Executrix of the Estate of
F.MlEI. KI.ITMAN. deceased
This lTih day of February, IMI
ETTA FLITMAN,
As Executrix of the Estate
kskki, i i.itman, deceased
I It MATERS
Attorney for Executrix
l/M-27 :: S-ll
the perfect cracker!
i
you don't pay"
OPEN 11 A.M. TILL 12 P.M.
DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELF
RELIABLE DAY WORKERS
A-1 EMPLOYMENT
SIR/ICE
S7 N. E. 5th Street Phone 9-8401
AL MEIDENBERG. Owner
LEGATION BETH EL
!w 17th AVENUE MIAMI. FLORIDA
P B E S E N T S
CANTORS SHIMELE
AND LAZARKE
to A Grand Concert
AY" FE*RUARY 22nd. 1953-8 P.M.
Donation SI.00
See or Phone Me
NAT GANS
3-4616 4-9981
LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS
Metropolitan Life Inc. Co.
07 Blecayne Bldfl.
IS W. Flsglsr St.
Let the others \.
hang on to a strap!
You hang on to
Tam Tains ...
those wonderful
crackers that
never let you
down in flavor
and flaky
freshness!
&
by >ne boxers of
MANISCHEWITZ MATZOS
rrnnon jd ptttiot
PARKWAY
;
Retail KOSHER Wholesale!
I25S S.W. 22nd St.. Ph. 9-0968
SUNkAl l-AfiK
HEALTH RESORT
HOTEL SANIIARIUM
rot mot. co#fv*ifjce aw'SoCTowvr
iMU MIAMI TLCRID*
^jy*-r CAMP OM KOLA
On Mills River A Silver Lake
H.r0,cl, "or" North Carolina
t""* ....n.a ." "l""': L*k wlmmi-S Poo.
r,: Hen,rt Sii Reeident Physician and Nurse
^"netr o ,r' "*" MED- Belle Sefal Silver. B.A., L.I.
neer *,,.,
M B.. Phone S4-S121
Limited Enrollment
FOR RENT
FOR WEDDINGS OR
AUDITORIUM
MEETING ROOMS
ft COMPLETE KITCHEN
FACILITIES
AMPLE PARKING
SPACE
APPLY: A. PEPPER
82-1047 or 9-3004
Rent a
TYPEWRITER
ADDING MACHINE
CALCULATOR
AM late Models
FREE DELIVERY
NEW HERMES
HEBREW TYPEWRITER
AMERICAN
Typewriter Co.
223 N.E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 3-34.41
in the circuit couri in and
for the eleventh judicial
circuit of dade county, flor-
ID* IN CHANCERY. No. 156957
"Hvknm.vx lini.i.K. I'l.iinurr
ve
TIIK PIR8T NATIONAL HANK
(>! MIAMI, -t al., Doienuant*
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ill" MIAMI. HUCCES80R I!Y
CONSOLIDATION Tu Till-:
FIRST TRl'ST COMPANY, FOR-
MERLY "KNOWN AS THE IlK.-i
TRL'ST BAVINGS BANK, and
all unknown successors, aaalgns,
Kianit >. iM-nc! liiari.'.-, creditors
or othar parties claiming by,
throuah, under "r aajalnsl skid
defendant, and who are n n
known to be dead or alive; and
all other parsons or psrtlea other-
srlae bavins or clalonlns any riKht,
title, claim or interest In or !-
the foiiowiae described prop<
sltuiitr. lylnB and lirlnu in I Ml
'ounty, Horirta. to wit: Lots II
and 12 In Itlock .1. of DIXIE
HEIGHTS QARDBN8, scoordlns
to thf I'lat thereof, rtronicd In
l'lai liook 21. ut I'age 32, of tar
Public Records ol i>a Florida.
TOU ARE HKKKHY NOTIFIED
that a suit to qulel title to the above
described property haw been filed
agalnM you in the above entitled
CaUSS, and you are hereby reutie?*ted
to nerve a QOpy Of your answer to the
bill of complaint herein on the plaint-
Iffs attorneys, itirilAKH KREIOER
KINK and STEPHEN A. SPEAR. 412
Consreaa HtilldinK. Miami. Florida.
and to file the onstnal in the office
of the t'lerk of the above Court on
or before the nth day of March, 1S5J,
or s dsfanlt srlll be entered sgs net
you.
rATED this !Mh dav of Pebruary,
ltd.
K B LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
l lade i ounty, Florida
I-.v WM W BTOCKINO
Rli'lHHIi KRFIOITB KINK and
BTEPHEN A b'PEAR
Attorneys fot Plaintiff
iij Consreaa Building, Miami. Kim i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 156396
IRVING SACKS. Plaintiff
\ s.
MAl.l.v sacks. Defendanl
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MALLY BACKS, IU DeNncej
Street, New ifork City, N v
Vnii are hcreliy notified that a BUI
of ComplSint for Divorce has I.....n
filed against you, and yon are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Ans-
wer or Pleading to the r.m of Com-
plaint on the plaintiffs Attorney,
FREDERICK N BARAD, 12" Lincoln
Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and file
the original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the ITth day of March,
IMS, If !" fiiil to do so. Judgment by
default will he taken against you for
the relief demanded in the P.ill of
Complaint.
This notice shall lie published once
each week for foui consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORID1AN. ?
DONE AND oRDKRKD al Mian
Florida, this 17th day of February,
A.D. 11
E. n. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court,
1 lade County. Florida
By R H. RICK. JR
(Circuit Court .-..ill Deputy Clerk
FREDERICK N. BARAD
Attorney for Plaintiff
ISO Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
I J0-I1 I S-ll
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN PROBATE. No 29535-A
In Ra ESTATE >F
REBECCA CORDOVI, Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Slid IM.it.:
Vou, and i-acll of >on. are he
notified and required to present any
, I ml ami demands which you. or
either of vou, may have against the
ealate of RJSBBCCA CORDOVA, de-
ceased late of Brooklyn, New York,
but owning assets III the State of
i.-i. -iiia. to the Honorable County
Judges of Dade County, and file the
....... In their offices In the Countv
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication here-
S.inl claims or demands to con-
tain the leaal address of the claimant
and to be sworn to and presented as
aforesaid, or same will be barred.
Date February II. A D lH.'.S.
MRS. RAY UOSENTHAL,
As Administratrix of the
K-tate of
REBECCA CORDOVI.
Dei-eased.
TIRK NEWMAN
Attorneys for Administratrix
420 Lincoln Ril., Miami Beach. Fill.
2/2H-27 3/6-1S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Fl.oKlDA KEYS' DRIFTWOOD
STUDIOS, IOtS N.W. S6th Street. Mi-
ami. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
BERNARD KLINOW
\V EINSTEIN. WEINSTEIN
ft WEINSTEIN
Attorneys for Applicant
42n Lincoln Road
2/M-Z7 3/6-13
T
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HUDAY, FEBRUA|*r
JOIN! STUDY COMMITTEE PROPOSES JIB DISSI
n the

iMlliiiuuii,' *..... .----------- into
has completed a report of its re- through December 5. 19o2
cent evaluation of the Jewish Vo New Amencar
rational Service, it has been an-
nounced by Leo A. Chaikin. chair-
man of the Committee.
a communication prefacing
Other Clients of JSSB
Community Referrals
,35 of the JSSB. Shall I'.' ,-.cned ,o
.., ;1ther agency in the community.
112 the Jewish Social Sendee Bureau.
____" j which is most suited to carry on
Total 476 this work.
AM .on,, ol the (i" Tim pu p -i=-u^ sir's:'
In
1he report addressed to Federation
President Carl Weinkle. Chaikin
stated that the study was approved
by the Executive Committee of
Federation "in light of changing
conditions in the community." Th
analysis was made for the purpos
of determining the present and
United Jewish Appeal National M J
Closes With Resolution To Reach Goal
Responding to the United Jewish Appeals emergency
help to meet the crisis stemming from continued Soviet L H
the Jews of Eastern Europe and on the State of isr4el !***|
leaders from 125 cities Sunday set a new high for support of ilTSS
as thev launched the Appeal's 1953 nationwide campaign with ^
outpouring of gifts totalling $14,190,000.
This unprecedented result was
marked by numerous contributions
representing increases of 25 per
cent to 100 percent over gifts made
bv the same persons one year ago.
' Response at the final session in
the Saxony Hotel of the Appeals
two-day National Inaugural Confer-
ence, attended by more than 600
Preside,
A forma, resolution commending ** *-=
Edward M. M Warburg, general
a short chairman of the United Jewish Ap-
This agency in its | peal, termed the action "a fore
A formal resolution commending ""'"- .... ce period of time. This agency in us peal, termea me mm*
s Board of D.rectors. Pres.dent ^^^25 Lit existence has established, runner of what American Jews
However, some New Americans em
-'"veTat the Workshop'of'the Na-j good relationships with many non-' will do this year in rallying be- man dignity"
programs of its ,hree
agencies. I
Mr. Warburg, who
the final session in u
Hotel here, characteriied 51
viet drive against Jew,V
emergency which in many (
ways resembles the Hitler <
He told the conference thai
Soviet and Satellite gormj
"have decided at last that ths!
not abide any group in their/
which holds to a belief in U
freedom," adding that 9
of Eastern Europe life g]
everywhere cherish their _
traditions of democracy ay]
Director Harold Kramer was m-
plo>fdattneosnupu. >.. l^orgi^ons and llM ex-IUnd millions of innocent men,
<,uded in the study for services ^ <*"" 'Z^^T* erted favorable influence to create >0men and children in Eastern
thev rendered to the agency and ma> reqi v _
2 A smal
number of other cli community interest in the voca- Europe and in Israel who have be-
Beach Center
Young Adults
Install Officers
to the community in fulfilling tne i'he'jSSB-perhaps one or tionally hand.capped person "
objectives for which the agency *a _m in pljl,,,
v. as established ment service.
The Studv Committee was com- .
Posed of the following represent I 3 The J\ S in recent month> -
lives of agencies affected by the become increasing ****
program of the JVS: Federation- ^ handicapped persons Sources
Leo Chaikin. Joseph Duntov, Mrs of referral vvere: Vocational Re-
Stanley C. Myers and Mrs Milton habitation Service. Chamber of
Sirkin JVS-Emil Could. Dave Commerce. Department of Wei-
Catsman. Melvin Weinkle and Leo fare. Rabbis, community agencies
Axelrod: JSSB-Herbert Scher. Dr and voluntary applications
Emanuel Pushkin and Mrs Aaron 4 Through the Workshop man)
New Americans, who could not
! Irwin otherwise find employment, were
placed on jobs under the supervi-
sion of the Workshop staff
A- a result of the intensive
study, the Committee made the
foilow ing recommendations
1 The JVS has completed the
task for which it was created on an
emergency basis the placement
ol New Americansand. therefore.
Farr: and GMJCCStanley C My-
ers. Milton Friedman
Katz.
The Jewish Vocational Service
as established in May. 1950. to
reduce high relief COStS of the
li cal New American program
Alter six months of operation, the
Community Planning Committee of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion recommended that JVS be
come targets of heartless and ty
rannical forces."
The Conference, whose actions
signalled the opening of United
Jewish Appeal campaign activity
in more than 5.000 communities
throughout the country, also voted
adoption of a main resolution call-
Rabbi Irving l-ehrman. spiritual jng on ..free men everywhere" to
leader of the Miami Beach Jewish support israci for lts "courageous
Center, installed newly elected attjtude in lhe face of totalitarian
officers of the Center Young Adult prcssure
Group on Sunday evening, in the The resoluljon. presented to the
Social Hall i conference bv I'JA National Chair-
Bob Stone, president-elect, heads man Joscph Holtzman. of Detroit.
the new slate of officers. Others ..reaffirms n e determination of
are Arlene Weisblatt. vice presi- ,he ,-nited Jevish Appeal to co-
dent: Rosalyn Elbaum. recording operate with Israel in providing a
secretary: Phylias Goldstein, cor haven 0f refuge to those Jews who
responding secretary: and Don i succeed jn escapjng from the coun-
tries of Eastern Europe" and re
The UJA General
termed the Soviet attack "an
sault on the free world,"
that the Communist governs]
"have corrupted AbrahwiJ
coin's observation that a state m
not remain half free and in
slave; they have resolved th*b|
Soviet world shall be all slaw.'
on recommennea mat jvajw ,erminate lts operations by
properly organised with officers 19_3
and a Board of Directors and that
it be accepted as a beneficiary
i encv for 1^51
'" ,. ,, derstanding and professional inter-
This was predicated on the fact .' ,,..
2. The Study Committee felt that
it required considerably more un
Members of the group working
on the Social Committee are Lucille
and Debbie Graboyes. Phyllis Gold-
stein. Rae Klein. Arlene Weisblatt
and Elaine Schwartzman
pretation to determine the need
for a vocational guidance program
in this communitv or for extended
that a large number of New
Americans requiring employment
::-si>tance were still expected to
come into the community." Chaikin
.-aid.
The study t it that the
agency in the following two
did an admirable job in fulfilling ( mmittee which will include rep-
function Relief costs ol the f^ntatives of Federation, the JVS
AcatfcVmv Adults
To liarii llclinw
news the UJA's pledge "to help
Israel consolidate its democracy
and freedom."
In daring "to offer refuge to
Jews seeking to leave Eastern
Europe" and in thus defying the
Soviet and Satellite governments,
the resolution declares. Israel has
become "the latest victim of Soviet
calumny "
"This National Inaugural Con-
Rabbi Alexander S Gross, prin
" 'acement of the handi cipal of the Hebrew Academy, an
capped group. nounccs a new -eries of Adult He ference of the United Jewish Ap-
w^\ more intensive surrey should brew classe-under the-ponsorship peal." the resolution states, "rec-
be conducted b) this or another of the Academy Adult Institute ords with pride the dignified stand
The initial course. Beginners' He-1 of the democratic State of Israel
S brew began on llondas even in the face of Soviet attacks and
Jewish Social Service Bureau were Sard and any other agency af- ing. 8 p.m. Sessions are scheduled vituperation
lowered from a high of S8.000 in fected '> '"'*' progrenu, the -ur weekly The resolution carried with it a
June. 1950. in serving fiftj New lertaken as soon as Conducting the course will be proviso that it be forwarded to
American families I less ; siDle- Thc gurvey should also [Miss Shoshanna Spector. Hebrew President Eiaenhowtf and to Sec-
than SI.700 in May of 1952 at "ul'lll( :'' evaluation ol the Work Academj instructor and coauthor reiary <>t State John Foster Dulles.
whiA time more than 150 new ration and its place in the ol..... Hebrew Made Easy Sunday's opening of the Appeal's
American families resided here vocational progra |Miss Spector is heard here each 15th successive nationwide drive
By the end of June. 1952.it be- 4 A consultant b. iged to week over station WMBM on the also focussed attention on the
ther the survey, and up to SI.- program. Let Learn Hebrew, in UJA's 1953 need for $144,524,250
'"" '" !'r"x from the conjuncliop with her weekl) to finance the urgent rescue, sct-
lo thc feature in The Jewish Floridian. Uement. welfare and rehabilitation
l\.s lor its I,
:> Pendh ilta ol this tur-
tle in
eluded in the 1953 < Jew
ISRAEL'S NEWEST FLOUR MILL
A contribution of SI00,000 to-
ward the establishment in
Israel of a School of Econ-
omics end Social Science has
been made by Joseph Chern-
er, industrialist and philan-
thropist, ol Miami Beach and
Washington. D.C. The school,
which will be the first of its
d in Israel, will be estab-
ed :n memory of Eliezer
: Ian, Minister of Finance
3 died last July.
'12 Association
Mil/ Sponsor
HvirvHhmvntH
The 52 Association i I Greater
Miami. Women's Auxiliary, spon-
sors of weekly parties in the wards
and recreation hall of the Veter-
ans Administration Hospital tor the
past five years, are now enlarging,,
the scope ol its endeavors
In cooperation with the Service
men's Center tage Door Canteen,
the association ha^ volunteered to
carry under its auspices the re-
freshments for a party to be given
in the Miami Beach Auditorium
on Sunday. February 22nd. when
some 1500 servicemen and service-
women will be present
Mrs Jessie O Marcus, president
of the 52 Association Women's
Auxiliary, has appointed Mn
Frank Steinberg as chairman of
, the Refreshment Committee, with
Now Human
Relations Aid
I JKlfl By AM
Education human relation |
terials produced by the Ant>
amation League of B'nai I
have been included in the I
ommended List Of Current]
ials For Your Professional!
of the Eighth Annual Sup
Conference held in Gainesnlk |
The list is for the us* of!
visors of Public Instruction
ADL materials include the I
The Troublemakers, which i
es the forces of intolerance il
United States today i
League's Freedom Pamphk
Children Too Be Free, by Dr. I
ard A. Lane, and How Do 1
Talk About People, by
Irving L. Lee.
Also listed as available
the ADL is the new book.'
Learn What They Live, by I"
Trager and Mr R Yam*
cribing the finding of the I
delphia study on prejudice!
young children
ICirn tinl Hurt*]
To Share RabH
Skop'n Pulpit
Reverend Joseph Barth. M
First Unitarian Church of
will share the pulpit i*J
Morris A. Skop at a spccttlj
night Sabbath Sen ice in M
Brotherhood Month tonisM
ruary 20th. 8 15 p.m.. at theMj
Gables Jewish t enter.
Reverend Barth's subject"
Kingdom Of David. W
I Shabbat following servicei
! sponsored by the InterW<
' mittee of the Center w-
Name New Aides
To Red Cross Drive j
The largest flour mill
history began operatiorts^h??*** 1**'* ***
Mrs. William Zeffert and Miss Lou-: mil!' k?own as Tachan.
ise Bushing as co-chairman
Thirty members of the 52 As-
tion will ,
n tbmenl ts i in Un
vicemena l i Si u Doi i i
ere this week. The ultra-modern
>ecially designed and equipped
Particular emphasie has been
with the newe., ^Z'V^f. d"i9^ ****
Clarence L Mott &*H
dale and B Hiram BtoW
been appointed to key pj
Red Cm* fund cam ^
begins on March Wugj,
an announcement by i'"
erson. general chairman.
Lott has ^P'f(.t%l,
of the drive in the t J)
Stockdale is ^hedu'l
teams in Dade Count)
porated arras ^rfl
Blakey will be cni
professional and spert
vision.
ol surrounding villages.


n-i v rta-r
mv FEBRUARY 20, 1953
*b*U,nnrMriin
inch $500,000 Campaign To Erect Beth Shoiom Temple
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Priakos Named
To Head Beach
Clvi<* Orli>s(ra
Vasilios Priakos, conductor .
the Foft Laudcndale Symphony Or-
chestra, has also been appointed
conductor of the Miami Beach Civ-
ic Orchestra, it was announced by
Alfred A. Lesser, executive direc-
tor of the Friends of the Miami
Beach Civic Orchestra, the spon-
soring group.
Priakos replaces William T.
Reivo, who has suddenly taken ill.
Priakos has a rich background
in symphonic music. He has played
| and conducted in leading cities of
j the United States and Europe.
The Miami Beach Civic Orches-
tra will give its first concert of
the year, free to the public, on
Monday, February 23rd. at the Mi-
ami Beach Municipal Auditorium.

Mrtt. Jacobs Will
fie Honored
A certificate for her work i>
behalf of the children's playgrouru
in Kanot, Israel, new aijricultura
project of the Pioneer Women':
Organization in the Negev, will b<
presented in honor of Mrs. Idi
Jacobs on Tuesday evening, Feb
ruary 24th, 6 p.m., at Kneseth Is
rael Congregation.
The presentation will be made bj
Mrs. Bea Jaffer, president of tht
Greater Miami Pioneer Women','
Council. Mrs. Jacobs is president
of Club No. 2.
Pioneer Women's Review
Pioneer Women, Club No. 1.
heard Rabbi David Shapiro last
night at Kneseth Israel Congre^a
tion in a book review of Robert St.
John's, Tongue Of The Prophet.
Cure above is the architect's preliminary study for the new House of Worship ot Temple
rth Shoiom. The building, estimated to cost approximately S500.000, will be erected ad
cent to the present religious center of the congregation. 'eciea aa-
tampaign to raise $500,000 for-----------------------------------------------____________________"_________
erection of
a new House of
^rhip for Temple Beth Shoiom
been announced by Leon Ell,
bdent
hi Kenneth oka is named
keral chairman of the campaign,
|h James Albert acting as co-
i harles Silvers will head
lal Gifts Committee, and
1 Ciifts Committee will
luntler the direction of Morry B.
i li Dr. Alexander Rob-
assist
he appeal for funds by 150
r> will get under way on; pin| program were San
ch 1st, and continue for a six- ner, executive director
period. Ell said.
he new Temple will be eretrted
[the vacant lot immediately ad-
pit to the present building used
congregation as its House
Worship and Religious School.
i lot is io8 by 205 feet and will
vide 21.000 square feet for the
(ice.
Iccording to preliminary studies
pe by the architect, the Temple
be of a functional, contempo-
design "Its simplicity will be
anced by horizontal styling,
a triple bayed portico serving
i bold frame for the sculptured
kbols of the faith," Ell ex
ned.
he interior of the Temple will
"ii an Ark, mounted high
e a platform. This will be of
tared wood. The main Temple
will have a seating capacity
approximately 1,800 persons.
rhn the new Temple is con-
ted, the present buildingone
he historic structures on the
and originally used by Carl
er as headquarters will be
pied to Religious School
I community center use.
Leon Kronish is spiritual
"of the Liberal Congregation
Mted with the Cnion of Amer-
Hebrew Congregations.
use
Students Capped
At Mount Sinai
Capping exercises for nine stud-
ents attending Mount Sinai Hos-
pital's School of Practical Nursing
were observed last Thursday in the
Memorial Room at the hospital.
Mrs. Max Dobrin. chairman of
the School's Advisors' Committee,
presided at the exercises. The prin-
cipal address was made by Miss
Dorothy Cason. director of the
Family Service Agency of Miami.
Others participating in the cap-
Cert-
of Mount
Sinai; Miss Frieda I.ebensbaum.
RN, school director who presented
the class; and Mildred A. Vogel.
RN, director of nursing, who ad-
ministered the Practical Nurses
Pledge.
Dr. Joseph Narot. Rabbi of Tem-
ple Israel, delivered the invocation.
Monseigneur W. Barry, of St. Pat-
rick's Church, made the Benedic-
tion.
Students receiving their caps
have completed four months of
classroom instruction and supervis-
ed practice in the year's course in
practical nursing at Mount Sinai.
They will now be given special
practice in all major services prior
to their graduation in October.
Those capped were Doris Clyde |
and Doris Chinsky. Miami Beach;
Elizabeth Donahue. Camden. New
Jersey; Mary Rita Fox, Evanston,
Illinois; Mary Resnick. Hialeah;
Helen Masci, Holden, West Virgin-!
ia; Beverlee Pryor, Havery, Illinois;
MM) Alice Palmer and Donna Sher-,
man, Miami.
Psychology, Magic At
Arts Society Discussion
Louis Class, executive director
of the Lincoln Institute, will dis-
cuss psychology and magic during
a meeting of the Friends 01 The
Seven Lively Arts on Sunday even-
ing. February 22nd. 7:30 p.m., at
123 11th Street. Miami Beach
Chain) Rose, chairman and found-
er ot the group, will preside.
Goodwill Group Meets
The Goodwill Group of Greater
Miami will meet on Tuesday, Feb-
ruary 27th, 7:30 p.m., at the Mc-
Allister Post, Veterans of Foreign
Wars, 1608 SW 27th Avenue.
Beth Tfilah Congregation
'ordimtty invites you fo a Kiddvsk
Tendered in honor of
REB MOSHE
MORGENSTERN
Outstanding National Leader
and Jewish Philanthropiat
At the Synagogue
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MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
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direction of Mr. Eli Samuels
will conduct the
Shabbos Services
This Saturday, fekrwary 21st
which will start at 8:30 a.m.
The Public is Invited
A Kiddush will follow Services

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FLORIDA
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 20, 1953
SEC. B
Our UN Newsletter
By ARTHUR LEWIS
Mtgress May Not Help
\lke Change Mc Carran Act
isident's Promise Seems
>med; Walter In Attack
|q| ON FRIEDMAN

li u;-ii Telegraphic
.. Ini i
jl\ i\ President Eis-
indicated in his State of
kg | sage that he might
(where Harry Truman left
Ightin; I lie McCarran-Wal-
I bigotry. However.
Lbiican leadership in both
anri House have made
bat the} are not so enthusi-
Lul helping the President
k campaign prom-
|risi Act already called
p'l firsl Nuremberg Law."
ca:' i no^uestion that
Men) has taken the first i
enting his pledge.,
I... iring the campaign |
k bc! "to get the big-1
of it." In his State of the j
lessage, Mr. Kisenhower in-1
kd : a complete revision, j
Act that "it does,
inate." This brought
oul'>ur>t from Represen-
ranci- E. Walter, the Act's
learlier tirade by Walter
persons he described $
fcsior.ii Jews" shocked
(Americans. But it appar-
ttid not disturb the Cen-
inal leaders of either maj-
fty. This was seen when
W. Martin, Jr., Speaker
House, named a "watch-
lommittee to study the Im-
lion Act and included Wal-
a member. Ironically, all
[ members named to this
tttee a'ss voted to pass the
|:a t jtvilon Pi
|ls \ow Home
[" ol Miami Chap-
V Dl ilon Pi Fraternity
ise on Red Road
- lirst fraternity
[!i i. i] .. Alpha.
B Id is scheduled to be-
cording to Stanley
[: 'Mho local chao-
nrw building will
P I: will bc a two-story
| h Ing 44 men.
I breaking will
|ace on March 1st. Arkin an-
H ad led that the house
for occupation in
Uer,
Act over Truman's veto. They
included, in addition to Welter,
Representatives Louis E. Gra-
ham, Ruth Thompson, Patrick J.
Hillings and J. Frank Wilton
Who would watch the watch-
dogs? That's what liberals wanted
to know when it was realized that
every member of the committee
favored the McCarran-Walter Act.
Minority Leader Sam Ray burn
came under fire from his own par-
ty after recommending Walter and
Wilson. He was responsible for
submitting to Martin the names of
Democrats to serve on the body.
The pressure was so great that
Rayburn might be forced to drop
Wilson and substitute a Jewish
Congressman. Represen tative
Emanuel Celler. Celler is former
chairman of the Judiciary Com-
mittee and has had more experi-
ence with immigration matters
than any other member of the
House. He was one of the few to
speak out against the McCarran-
on President Truman's Commis-
sion on Immigration and Natural-
ization. He told the Italian Cath-
olic Migration Committee that
the Act seemed to belie all the
fine things America stood for.
Monsignor O'Grady said "there
is a great danger lest many Ital-
ians, on the basis of complete dis-
illusionment in regard to our im-
migration legislation, may vote for
the Communists in the next elec-
UNITED NATIONS -*> Just what is behind the mounting tension
along the Israel-Jordanian border? This is a question which is being
asked here by those diplomats with an interest in Middle Eastern af-
fairs. During the past tew weeks, there has been an increase not only
in the number of frontier incidents, but in their seriousness.
These reached a peak recently with the mining of a section of the
Haifa-Tel Aviv Railway, (he main arterial communication in Israel,
which was carried out with the precision of a military operation by
the Jordanians. The incident occurred in the vicinity of Kalkilya
where the railway approaches the border; a police station on the Jor-
danian side opened fire to signal the approach of a freight train and
also provided covering fire so that the saboteurs could escape after
the train was derailed and some 200 feet of the track torn up. For-
tunately, no one was hurt, but traffic on this main line was tempor-
arily suspended.
Obviously, this was not the act of some "guerillas" working on
their own. It was a well planned coup which was carried out with
the cooperation of the Jordanian authorities, if not at their behest.
This incident is merely the outstanding example of what appears
to be a calculated policy on the part of Amman to create as much
trouble as possible along the border.
There is a separate agreement between Israel and Jordan to pre-
vent persons from cither side crossing the border, but during the la3t
few weeks, Jordan has been honoring this treaty more in breach than
in observance, and, if anything, has been encouraging infiltrators to
enter Israel. This attitude puts the Israeli authorities in a difficult
position; they have to wait for the Arabs to cross the border, then eith-
er try to arrest them, or chase them back across the border with the
tion. It is conceivable that by rea-:
son of our immigration legislation, danger of crossing it themselves.
Italy could go over to the Commu- As so often happens, the aggressors have the advantage. The Jor-
nists during the next few months." damans are prepared with a story that the Jews have killed or wound-
A general Italian election, the ed some wretched Arab peasants who wandered into Israel by mis-
first since 1948, is scheduled this I take, or that the Jews have invaded Arab territory and attacked Arab
spring. The present pro-American I outposts, and so on. The Israelis, who are on the defensive, are not
Government faces a bitter fight j ready with a report immediately and lose out in the propaganda battle.
Of course, all these incidents are brought before the United
Nation's Mixed Armistice Commission, and the "box score" there is
well on the side of Israel. For instance, according to a commission
report of October 8, 1952, Jordan was found guilty of 44 violations
of the armistice agreement and Israel of one. But by the time the
commission has made its findings, and the box score is out, every-
one has forgotten about the particular incidents.
Israeli representatives here believe that the h"igh*.cnpd campaign
of border incidents was decided upon at a meeting of all the Arab
members of the Mixed Armistice Commission at Amman last Novem-
ber. Apparently, the underlying purpose of this campaign is to create
propaganda more than to cause damage: although damage has been
! dustries thus contributing to Italy's done in the case of the mining of the railway and the constant pilfer-
' overpopulation situation. ing of irrigation piping and pumping machinery along the Egyptian
from the Reds, who claim 2,000.-
000 party members in Italy plus'
powerful pro-Communist Socialist
allies. Monsignor O'Grady said
'there is every evidence that the
Communists will make full use of
the discrimination against Italians"
contained in the Act. The Act fav-
ors the Germans, including ex-
Nazis who caused much of the un-
employment problem in Italy
through destruction of Italian in-
Walter ideas.
The appointment of the biased I overpopulation situation. in
"watchdog" committee showed j Monsignor u lirady said the i border,
c.ear.y that Democratic as well i ^^^^ charges against IsraeUoinvoke its
United States that favors a con- I utual security pact with Britain.
structive immigration policy."
Such a policy is supported by "the
great majority of church leaders
of all denominations," he added.
Republican leadership seeks no
quick revision of the Act. Leaders
knew full well that the committee
would have strong influence over '
any attempt to carry out changes
which both Truman and Eisen-
hower have said should be made.
The Senate displayed greater'
dignity but only a slightly more
promising attitude. Senator Arthur
V. Watkins was appointed chair-
man of the new Senate Immigration
Subcommittee. Watkins said he
was willing to "review" the Presi-
dential request but noted that he
personally does not think the Act
was a failure. This new chairman,
i who replaces Senator McCarran.
I voted with McCarran for the bill
and to override the veto. Watkins
did say that his mind was not clos-
j ed and that he was ready to "cdn-
j sider" concrete proposals to change
! the law
The Nazi-like ethnic discrimin-
ation in the Act is causing con-
! corn to leaders of the major re-
ligious faiths. An American
Catholic priest said in Rome re-
cently that disillwetionment over
the Act seriously threatened to
drive many Italians into Com-
munist ranks. The priest was
Monsignor John O'Grady, of
Washington, D.C.. who served
Lit i
The propaganda side of it was revealed when Jordan took advan-
British whose only reaction was to call on both sides to avoid inci-
dents It is felt here that the explanation of the present Israeli-Jor-
danian crisis is that the Arabs need propaganda badly to justify their
opoosition to a peace settlement with Israel. __
LOOK for this SIGN
Mr
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. displayed everywhere
Demand ISRAEL KOSHER!
Get What You Demand!
"A Pound of Goodness in Every Ounce"
et of the Mount Sinai Hospital Board oi Trustees, Her-
Scher. and Marie Oscar, assistant director oi nurses,
over the list of sponsors to the all-star Jubilee scheduled
Jch 5th. at the Miami Beach Auditorium. The honor
on the first floor oi the hospital, and new names are
taiiy as contributions continue to come in.
Israel National Kosher Sausage Co., Inc.
230 N.W. 5th STREET Phones 3-0721-2 3-4225 MIAMI FLORIDA
Under the supervision of Rsbbi Joseph E. Rsckovsky and the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrutl


PAGE 2B
* L~.l*f HUDAY.
Workers Pitch
Emanuel Celler Will Be Guest Speaker
At CJA Attorneys' Dinner On Thursday
In For CJA
Congressman Emanuel Celler. of
York, liberal member of the House
"f Representatives, will be guest
of honor and speaker at the annual
attorneys' dinner in behalf of the
Combined Jewish Appeal on Thurs-
ay. February 26th. at the Monte
Carlo Hotel.
Announcement of Representative
Teller's appearance in this area
U made public early this week
y Cam paign Chairman Howard
Cane.
Arrangements for the event are
^eing made by Miami attorney. Lou
-leiman. Judge Harold Spaet and
Aaron Kanner. administrative co-
rdinator in the 1953 campaign. A
.ecord turnout of Dade County at-
orneys is expected, according to
Heiman and Spaet. "because of
Congressman Celler's courageous
rnd forthright stand in advocating
ree immigration to Israel and in
view of Representative Celler's
prominence in the struggle against
rejudice and bigotry.'"
Congressman Celler has been a
-lember of the House of Represen-
tatives since 1923. and is a former
chairman of the House Committee
n the Judiciary. He was an active
supporter of the fight to remove
iscriminator) provisions from the
*)P law Thi -:r...:: was 'me
i the first American- to recognize
'he threat cracj and
>eace which Hitler and hi- anti-
Semitic doctrines constituted.
For n
. irefront for the support and es
CJA Women Hear
Mrs. Pilavin
Mr- Albert Pilavin, of 1'
ience. Rhode Island, chairm.
he National Women's Division of
.'he I'nited Jew-
h Appeal and
eader in many
. nd philan-
hropic
5, -poke
t the Security
ivisi n Lunch-
Great-
r Mi
:i \p
n i .
:'. in the S
H
hair-
an M
lounced th.it Mrs Pilavin has just
returned from ;. tact fin
>ion to Israel, North Africa and
France, where -he completed a
study "from the women- point of
view" of the problem- of women
and children whose welfare de-
pends on the outcome of the cur-
rent CJA drive.
Chairman of the third women's
solicitation function in behalf of
the local campaign is Mrs. Max
Weitz. Assisting as co-chairmen
will be the Mesdames Fred Jonas.
Harry Magid. Harry Platoff. Henry
Seitlin. John L Serbin, Joseph
Shawmut and Max Temchin.
The Women's Division has pass-
ed the halfway mark towards its
quota of $160,000 in the local cam-
paign, according to a recent report
by Mrs. Glasser. This unit led all
others in 1952 in exceeding its as-
signed quota.
The committee assisting Mrs.
Max Weitz with arrangements for
the social event included the lies-
dames David Bass. Sophie Berke.
Albert Dubbin. Leo Eisenstein. Aar-
ron Farr. William I. Feuer. Morris
Gettlemen. Morris Oarber. Adolph
Ginsberg. Louis Gold. Louis Gold-
man, Hazel Goodman. Ruth Good-
man.
The Mesdames Abe Greenberg.
David Hecht. Sara Holland. Ada
Joseph, Leon Kaplan, Sidney Kup-
ferberg. Murray Mattes, Joseph
u
Jules Gillette (left) is the first Lincoln Hoad merchant to post
his We Gave Placard as the Combined Jewish Appeal Trades
Division launches its drive in the Men's Wear Stores Unit.
At right is Trades Division Chairman Sam Heiman who recent-
ly announced a goal of S700.000 for the members of Dade
County's trades, professions and industries.
If
Imanutl Celler
tablishment of an ir-iependent Jew-
ish -tate IK' ha- played a promi-
nent role in Jewish communal or-
itions, working actively on
drives of the I'mtcti Jewish A|
and other national groups A na-
tive of Brooklyn, New York, he
een for many years an out-
standing attorney and a leading
proponent for human rights
The Hosts Committee assisting
the attorneys I 'nit. will be com-
: of top campaign cabinet
leadership including Kane and Carl
Weinkle, president of the Greater
Miami Jewish federation
"Your Contnoutor bigns here,'' says Trades (Jnairman Sam
Heiman second from left as he assians Combined Jewish
Appeal Pledge Cars to Jerome Stern (left), Leo Ackerman and
Jack Daner at a recent Trades Division workers meeting.
Heiman announced that increased needs of Miami's health
and welfare agencies and emergencies in Israel and overseas
called for intensive work by the trades division to attain the
campaiqn goal of Sl.398,000.
KoPelowlh
He4 Miami?
Metro Cami
M. J. Kopelowih v,
paigner with the r
Jewish Federation.^
pointed chairman
of the Miami ar-
ea in the Metro-
politan Division,
it has been an-
nounced by Di-
vision Chairman
Harry Zukernick.
Kopeiowitz serv-
ed in the 1952
campaign as Fed
eration district
representa t i v e
and is active in
many local, civic
and welfare or-
ganizations.
"Manpower will bring,j
in the Metropolitan DivyT
year." said Kopehmin 1
ceptance of the new af
entire city of Miami *n
ited. block-by block, in
campaign in an all-out |S
achieve the Metropolitan J
$75,000."
Zukernick also anno|
appointment of inmg g
chairman of the Southtt*
area in the Metropolitan
Saal has served for (our
a major with the MetropoJt,
vision and was head of tk-
Miami area in the 1952
The Metropolitan caip^
be officially launched Ik
week in March
A giant aeronautical rtfs
is under con-truction a I
strengthening its u-ruilnai
major Middle Eastern
rael Bond proceeds are adf|
build the project
Mrs. Pilavin
Apartment j.ouse unit launcnes a novei Drive-Witnin-A-
Drive to solicit 3.C00 Greater Miami residents in behalf of the
Combined Jewish Appeal. Shown with the Honor Roll Plague
awarded 2.500 apartment houses for 100 percent participation
are seated (left to riqht) Irvinq Schatzman. Apartment House
chairman; Seymour Rubin. Miami Beach chairman; and Mey-
er Teigman. Standing (left to right) are Dan Broad, Philip
Katzen. Sidney A. Sterner, executive secretary of the Miami
Beach Apartment House Association, Samuel Voqel and
SrSl ne1f NOt ?lW?.in Ph' are Mrs" Helen '&de
jmd Sol Goldman, of the Miami Beach Unit.
\amr i h'in To
llvad Flaglpr
Arva For (M
Ben B Clein. of 4360 SW 1st
Street, has been appointed chair-
man of the Flakier Granada area
in this year's Combined Jewish Ap-
peal
Metropolitan Chairman. Harry
Zukernick announced (loin's ap-
pointment early thi> week follow-
ing a planning mcetin; of top lev-
el Metropolitan campaign leaders.
Clein has been 0 Board member
of the Flaglcr Granada Jewish
Community Center for four years
I and was vice president during the
years 1950-51. He also headed the
Flaglcr Granada community for the
Metropolitan Division in the 1952
CJA campaign.
A resident of the Miami area
fit* I. CWi
for 28 years and in the <
business here, he is 11
Georgia Military Colk
University of Georgia.

Enthusiastic workers of the Security Div n ^**
Maze Samuel Bitter, In Rosen, day, February 17th, at the Saxony Hotel[G^T^'^^ Appea1' me P^n their Annual Gifts Luncheon*>
22 m a G1?Mer' Ma* Weitz- chairman ofS.n I 2 ,' me the Meedarae. Roee Ritter, Leon Kapkjj
Dubbm. Moms Garber. Henry Seitlin. Abe Gree^a M^r"'J^ Tomcl"n. Ruth Goodman. Pearl Graft. Ida I*
"*g. Max Goodman. Adolph Ginnberq and WiUkim I. Feuer.
Dr. Celia Wohl Schultz.
Spero. Irving Westin and
Zeltzer.
Ralph1
Oscar ,


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because
ives depend on us
A Statement on Developments in Eastern Europe
In nearly fifteen years of life saving work the United Jewish
Appeal has rescued or aided 2,240,000 people.
These are lives that might otherwise have been lost to hunger,
disease and oppression.
These lives saved show what can be done by free and deter-
mined men in the face of catastrophe and tyranny.
But today the headlines and newscasts tell of a new tyranny.
From behind the Iron Curtain come terrifying signs that
Jews are again being singled out for attack.
Free men everywhere ask this question:
Must two and a half million Jews in Eastern Europe, survi-
vors of the Hitler holocaust, fear for their safety once more?
In Humanity''s Name
In this dark and terrible hour that seems like 1933 not 1953, there
is, however, one great difference between yesterday and today.
Today-there is a State of Israel.
The hope that lifts the hearts of anxious millions is the
knowledge that Israel's door stands wide open to every Jew in
need of refuge.
A tablet fixed to the Statue of Liberty has these words
engraved upon it:
"Cite me your tired, your poor,
"Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free ."
Israelis leaders have addressed themselves to the Soviet
countries in virtually the same words.
They have called onthemin the name of humanityto let
their Jewish populations emigrate to the new state.
It remains to be seen if this will be done.
-T/
What We Must Do Now
Meanwhile, in this emergency there are vital tasks that need
loing.
If a new refugee wave is coming, then our help must be ready.
If more refugees will be arriving in Israel, then we must help
Israel be ready to receive them.
Realize that our help is needed quickly, swiftly-for time
lost now can mean lives lost later.
Remember that even in the darkest days of the last fifteen
years, lives were saved by swift, concerted actionthat since
the war U. J. A. funds helped 623,000 Jews from Iron Curtain
countries alone, to reach Israel and other democratic states.
To the continuation of its life saving, life building work in
1953, the United Jewish Appeal invites all Americans.
To save lives, to aid democracy, to aid Israel-the United
Jewish Appeal urges your help to meet crucial 1953 needs.
Because hves depend on us-give more, and get others to
give moretoday.
Give More in 1953
United Jewish ^\ppeal
to Meet Great Needs Totalling $144,524,250
on behalf of United Israel Appeal Joint Distribution Committee
United Service for New Americans
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f>AGE 4 B
*Jeistntrid(iar_
a
Between you and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 195i, Jev ish :" '
9
DIPLOMATIC NOTES: MOSCOW'S
diplomatic break with Israel will
11 prevent ol Soviet
anti-Semitism at the IN General
Assembly which resumes its ses-
b : February 24th Soviet For-
eign Minister Andrei Vishinsky,
I will head the Soviet
i. n at the Assembly, will have I i
do a lot of explainii after he
hear* his country denounced by
j-.. tnerous I'N delegates Israel
Ambassador Abba Eban will spare
no words in expressing the abhor-
rence of the entire Jewish world
of the Kremlin's incitement a
Jews And all in tions point
io the fact that he will be support
e by delegates of the United
States, various European countries
and Latin America The Amer-
ican delegation a; the Unit*
i will follow the line of Presi-
dent Eisenhower who. ;:: undiplo-
matic language, shar]
demned the S t iet anti Jewish
drive .
The Argentine delegation is ex-
pected fo take the lead among the
Latin American delegations, in lint
with the against S
anti-Semitism mad- Argentine
President Juan Pen I I
i>-. ,.-. egations \airt -
Brazil an
tion of
in the
i Iron Curtain
Simuitam
lets voiced at the I ted Nat i
.
Americans lews
tted to I
Nations n wit
. -..
lews
. re intensi
vities '
to inflw "' v' ",;'-,i;
- -.. : on Israel
.- me American d
i d -
enly against Israel until now an
becon bolder, i
ances aim to create ni-
di the American Govi i
atmosphere less men I i
... One su*i/i peitba isu
can diplomatic representati
Ethiopia, of all countries 0
re in the American drpforr.
service in Arab countri'^-. r. In
tal^y. the, po--:
ment of Loy Henderson as i E Km
I ..--., lor to Egypt is laki as an
indication that the State Di |
ent is embarking on a'policj i I
flirting with Egypt .
Henderson was known as strong
ly anti-Zionist both during hi-
e in Washington and as ^
n ember : the American !
tit n at the United Nations d
the period when the Pale-tine par
tition resolution was cons ler
His appointment to the Cairo
post when Israel is seeking to pre
vent the sending of American arms
i Egypt can only strengthen
WE HAVE SAVED 3,000,000 U
1939
LETS ASSURE THEIR fl
Hotel Unit Reaches 65 Percent Of Quota; i ,*"'""''*
Dan Richter Will Head Jewelers' Unit ""* "
I he Hoti L'nil I the Combined
Jewish Api attained 65 per
enl f its 1 153 quota it has been
announced here
\ ...' col-
lections : rted Sam I.ach-
man. Hotel ft in
10 per cei '
sition with thi State I ranee ol i tions at this same
WASHINGTON TRbNDS: It I
[Si .......
... ; of five 1
-. League foi
i e than thn
i- t trui fti
requests witl n gar I to l-
partment Another anti-Zionist
mal who is scheduled I
assigned lo an important post is
, u.id-worth H;- anti-
Zionist feelings have been no -<>
ret sii the daj hen he was in
tmei an liplomatic .
Palestine He is
ican Minister to Cze<
but the State Departmi
hit \ erican
r to Pakistan whi< h al
- sides with the v [ainst
nited Nations .
ISRAEL ART: Much is kl
in -.h;- country about Isj
litical affairs and economic pmb-
but little in fact very lit
tie i- known here about Israel's
contributions to modern art
give careful. ln ,nis r,..peft. the Israel theatre
cons requests an<] israeii
Those whi ai to 1 s me- more luck
time in the 1S52 campaign
U a lest number of
are I.achman.
Muravchick. Abe Kurman and
1 i lardner A three week
final push has been outlined by
hotel operators and owners in or-
der to reach the qui 'u : >175.0OO
n Uarch 1-'.
Sps. pros-
pects in the Miami area are N.
Raff. Irving Kipnis and J. J
Shepard Serving with the Work-
er- Committees t> cover all ho-
tel- in Hade County are:
Abe C.ureuiz. .lo-eph Dalle t. Leo
Eisenstein, Jack Fishman. Paul
Grossinger. Sam Kaplan cvecu-
live secretary. Miami Beach Hotel
Association. Harry Koretzky, Ralph
Lachman,
Appointments of
the Young Adult
Combined Jewish
been announced by
Division ordiutaf
week.
Named to head the!(
l group are co-chairajl
' Schwartz Douglas Li'*
chairman of i... ,. nd?JI
wets- Ga -tated a
, chairmen would be us
Assisting as co-chairmen will be: the kuk..:: -ii-.:.-<
Jacob Rabinowitz. Herman Rubin, i Division
David Bass. David Nossek and' .- .
Individual so!;
Representatives of approximate
l\ 40 trades, professions and in-
dustries attended the second report
meeting
Hc-iman also announced the ap-
point merit of Dan Richter to head
the Jewelers t'nit in Miami and
Max Paul to serve as
the Miami Beach Jewelers Unit.
- about this alleged meeting mer.ts in the field of modern paint- Simon
that the Arab representatives mg To build ^tler under. doff.
Joseph Rose. Bernard
music have had much Windt, Morris puhler. Lew Broth,
than Israeli achieve Harry Geraon, Victor Silverman.
Lachman and Martin Mol-
Arthur Sack- Bill Lehman was
named co-chairman of the Used
Car Dealer- croup, and Joe Zucker-
man will head the Auto Dealers
Unit.
Sam Luhy. Jr., was appointed co-
chairman of the Auto Showrooms
and Service- Stations Unit.
I :r-- trade- worker to complete
hi- entire assignment of card cov-
was Morrii Meyer, a volun-
teer in the Retail Division. Henry
active for many years in
philanthropic and welfare work
with local fraternal organizations,
has leen assigned pledge cards in
the Manufacturing and Women's
Apparel Unit Berg will cover
store- in til? downtown Miami
area
Young Adults groups
Dade Count} i- Sunday. March 15:h.
big worker- rai' k
The tv. i week period]
tation will be climaxed!
and dar.ee on Marts iM
Stone ha- l*en r.d-dttp
three co-chairmen sifu
ments.
Cards At KneseiWl
Kneseth I-rael fagf
terhood will hold I
Wednesda;.
25th. at 8 p.DL, act
Frances Lilian, prend
reported to their governments that
they expect lo en erg* fi American art lovers, the Gazi
standing of Israel paintings among] Announcing that more than one
Iheii conference with the Senates
majority leader Also that the>
asked Senator Tafl I an thi
mer.t in the near future
Anti Israc i element in Washing-
David M. Trau, Exalted r
r: :^;c:ni Beach Elks Lodge
1601, cr.d Maurice Doc
i the Arr.e:-
Qim Committee of the
Lodge and the Army & Navy
Union Gc:r:.scr. 235, completa
plans for a joint celebration
end observance of Brother-
he od Week the birthdays of
V/ashinqton and Lincoln and
the birthday cf the Benev-
olent Protective Order cf Elks
ci the United States of Amer-
ica. The join! meeting was
held at the Lodge last night
Publishing Company, a New York-
Tel Aviv enterprise, has just pub-
ii-hed I-rael Painters, an album of
excellent reproductions of the
work- of a number of outstanding
Israel artists The reproduc-
tion- give an excellent idea of the
hn.h calibre of art which i- l>eing
created in the Jewish State .
Not all of them reflect Israel local
themes, but all of them testify to
the fact that there i- today in Is-
i rael a group of painter- who
turity cannot be doubted
Among those represented in the
album are Hoshe Moka !> an I Mor
idecai Ardon-Bronstein, Moshs
Itel and Hayim ArtI
el Jancu and Hayim G
Menahem Shemi .
Zaritzky, Mordecai I..
Arieh Lubin Thesi
group kra<
ten a fin.
: i
preface wri
i to arl i

h
in the r.
The Ian
'
providi irn iti -. ,.'
'
- U a- abost the
half of the total pledge cards in
the Trades Division of the Com-
bined Jewish
the hands of
hairman Sam Heiman called
An expansion of
raising industry "
the importation of
sheep from Turkey. Aaj
tion of 400.000 Israel
Israel Bond funds hal]
The Israel Government last
month voted to advance 3.000.000
I-rael Pounds for the construe-
Appeal are now in tion of 3.000 dwelling units for new nounced by the
rkers. immigrants, to be located in farm this project A further
an- settlements The money will come rael Pounds has be
Budg- the Israel Governmeat
single share of sheep breeding. The
--------------- --- *.>. ..v """lit "III
other pep rally dinner meeting for out of the next Development
trades leaders last night in the et. the largest single sha..
i anorama Room of the Biscayne which is expected from the Israel distributed to sett
Terrace Hotel. Bond 1>suc immigrants.
u
L
I
ir.
Schwartzmcm To Speak
At Zionist Luncheon
Louis Schwartzman will address
the Zionist Luncheon Club on
nesday. February 25th. 12:15 pm
at the Ritz-Plaza Hotel, Miami
?nn n UU ,0piC Wi" be: Judals'"
And Democracy. The guest speak
, er is executive director of the Bur-
eau of Jewish Education here
.al?
'

t^O
ix^
ShTwn^c^^^^ns Uni, lend. fuJj cooprQt:on to ^ Comb.ned Je^
cards in the camrja'ian -hJv^CU' Sea,ed second b left) is the first group
and Greater mS^ ,ai* ,u"d for relief m Israel and for suppC { *'*
Weasel and Jack Colrra'; ^', ?a'ed (left ,0 ri?h' Rabbi Morm Skop. J--J3
Hi Schlacer end Si i. l^'^J^Q^l^to&tiVf-.KT,*.


[y, FEBRUARYJ0_1953_
+Jeistl fhridliar>_
PAGE 5 B
5h Home To
>Se Officers
Lg Committee of the *
( ,|,e Aged will
slate "i officers for the
a Eoard of Directors
Bn Wednesday. February i
inuriM Gardens. 150 NE
et, Miami, according to
Shochet. chairman.
of the Admissions
will also be elected at
king Other membens of
Casting Committee are
Jnjamin Appel. George
Barney B. Lee and Leo
Golda Myerson Party
Golda 'Myerson Club, Pioneer
Women's Organization, will hold a
card party on Tuesday evening,
February 24th, 8:15 p.m., at Con-
gregation Beth El, according to
Mrs. Anna Seltzer, president. In
charge of the evening will be the
Mesdames Vera Zeltzer. Helen Vic-
tor and Rose Gerstein.
issions Committee of
y c >m prised of 14 mem-
he Board including the
and executive director
ome. Six members are
/ the Board of Directors
aunointed by the presi-
.;'iet said the committee
reiponiibility "of objec-
alaa-ing all applicants to
,e which among them is in
the protective care which
Gardens provides for the
aged in Greater Miami.
ms who are at least 85'
a?e and have had legal j
Greater Miami for a
18 months are elig-j
.. >n." he explained,
j aeneral lack of ade-
, facilities at Doug-
e-pecially facilities
.. chronically ill, the
with the Greater Mi-
gration, is devel-
ter plan for a com-
i' at its present
p wardens. "It is en-
le capacity of the
u. will contain about
At ths opening of the 24th Food Fair in South Florida, 1700
Broadway, Riviera Beach the second in Palm Beach Coun-
ty are, left to right: A. J. Maloff. Florida general manager;
Samuel Friedland, chairman of the Board of Directors; and
George Friedland, president of Food Fair Stores, Inc., a chain
of super markets operating 161 stores in six states.
1:1
of
To Honor Dr. /inner
At Dinner Monday
Murray Kitman. entertainment
chairman of Roosevelt Lodge,
Knights of Pythias, announces that
Dr. Doran Zin-
ner, local dentist,
vill be honored
during a special
iffair at Congre-
I <55J iation Beth El on
Monday night,
"ebruary 23rd.
Dr. Zinner was
ecently elected
lational regent
of the Southeast-
ern District of
Alpha Omega,
national dental fraternity.
The meeting will be highlighted
by Dr. Zinner's address on: Car-
cinoma Of The Oral Cavity And
Gables Center Presents
Joint Brotherhood Affair
A program in honor of Brother-
hood Week will be presented by
the Sisterhood and Men's Club of
Coral Gables Jewish Center on Sun-
day, February 22nd. 8:30 p.m., at
the Center.
Folk dances and songs, as well
as a dramatic skit written by Nor-
man Corwin, will be featured.
Or. Zinner
the most modern I Pyorelia. Colored slides will be
cire of the cu"-' shown. A forum concerning den-
(ironically ill aged." tal information will follow.
5fe
W
jbr KreSSO'wER
make sure your family and friendt
in food-short Israel can enjoy
the traditional Seder feast .
five for $10, $15 or $25, which they can
redeem in our Israel gift shops tor
their choice of ration-free foods.
Strictly Kosher for Passover
... or fWc( &njftwk$
for your choice of five special
Passover parcels, packed from
bulk stocks in Israel and ready
Openings Available
New openings for membership
are still available in the Commun-
ity Art Singers, according to Paul
Held, founder and director.
Held conducts rehearsals every
Monday evening in the Pallette
Room, Miami Beach Community
Center, 21st Street and Washing-
ton Avenue, at 8 p.m.
MIAMI TOP
SOIL CO.
Wholesale and
Retail
Rough or Pulverised
Grade A. Soil
Phone 4-0331
EDWARD ALPER
1813 S. W. 21st Terrace
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
JEWISH KITCHEN
m nHUt
The finest of *I1 Mtio Meal ... beceuee
it's made from the finest of ell Metioet
Old-fashioned housewives end oese-
fashionec^ones, too ... rely on
STREIT'S MATZO MEAL
STREIT'S MATZOS
o< ittin. nK im nweten if.
n.
Distributee1 Eschrsnrefv t>
HI-GRADE FOOD CO.
1733 N.W. 7 th AVE. PHONE -S45*
Leaders' i oil mil
Meet* Monday
' The Greater Miami Young Ju-
daea Leaders' Council will hold a
put luck supper meeting on Mon-
day. February 23rd. 6:30 p.m., at
the home of Judy Shapiro.
The I-eaders' Council is compos-
ed of all leaders and co leaders of
Young Judaea groups in the South
Florida area. F.'.eanore Goodman,
regional chairman, will report on
recent activities of the National
and Regional Councils.
I
ITS SMART TO SEE THE
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MADE FKESH DAILY IN MIAMI!
Smoother !
Tastier I Fresher!
Recommended as a basic
Health Food Custard
smooth, easy to digest.
Sunny Shook QhSbDUfmhn, 9**.
2180 N.W. 13th Ave.. Miami, Fla.
Phone 9-0601
MADE FRESH DAILY IN MIAMI!
tor delivery, $11.50, $15.50,
120.50 and $25.50

pbooc. write OC ri.lt our
ibowtoomi Of out luihot-
lied aaenfiea trerrwhere
*l@l
mi 6-8.60
J1AMI BEACH ISRAEL ZIONIST DISTRICT
420 LINCOLN ROAD Tel. 5-0346
SIMON SE1DEN
503 S.W. 17th AVENUE Tel. 82 5480
ew and Used
adding machines.!7.\
Priced rigm"
for Ijou /
"one 3-3441
AMERICAN
TYPEWRITER CO.
e C4icvL4roas e nrpfwrre*
223 N.E. 2nd Ave.
Listen To
SCHACHTER'S
New Yiddish Program
Every S.ndey, WMiM, M 2 "
This eregrom is the first and hos the
largest listening audience
Feererts the Jewish Miil.seph.r
NORMAN R. LYONS, News
SH0SHANA SPECT0R
KAMI S. A. IUIIN
SEE YOU AT
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POST TIME 1:45 P.M. ADMISSIONS umfmm > cne..
D.ilr Double. Fir., .ad ...d 81 50. Rer.d leeN IIOO el*
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W.edowt close l:J P.M. P*.o J> ceoi.. No M.nor. Ad-u.ee.


PAGE G B
*JeMn*>d&*!L
3^?m\

Savings And Loan
Groups Here Among
Nation's Largest
The >eini-annual tabulation of
1ue 50 largest Savings and Loan
Associations in the nation reveals
that three of the associations in
. this area are on
the list.
The tabulation
is based upon as-
sets as of Decem-
ber 31. 1952. Jos
eph If. Lipton.
past president of
the Florida Sav-
lings, Building
|and Loan League
and president of
D a d e Federal,
-ted here that the Mree Create!
r iami associations are: First Fed
era! Savings and Loan Association
o: Miami, Miami Beach Federal
- ings and Loan Association and
Federal Savings and Loan
Association of Miami.
\--<-t- of the nations 50 largesl
Associations total more than three
on. three hundred and ninety-
m i n illion dollars
Lipton s;,id the outstandingI
th oi the Savings and Loan
Associations in this area is a good
ati n that people want and |
the services of these insti-
ll must be remembered
at & Loan A i iations
i but functions promot-
. thr It and providing economical
he expli
li such institutions pro-
al ii twi thirds ol the financ
ing foi h nership
mmgterFTAWm
Hear Patrolman
Mrs Maurice Dann. pr
chairman ol the I nmto
Nursery School PTA, announced
this week that Patrolman W D
Voges, originator ol Dope) Duck,
will present a discussion on. 1
school Children
The talk is scheduled for Wed
nesday. February 25th. 8 15 p.m.
at the Hauler Granada Jewish Com
munity Center.
lipton
B'nai B'rith Lodges
Join Armed Forces
Blood Program
The lodges and chapters ol B'nai
B'rith in (Ireater Miami hare join
i Teach Safetj To Pre ,.,i forces in i week long Mood don
or program for the Armed Forces
The local drive it part "I .i BJ
tional Armed Forces Blood Donor
Program instituted b] Prank GoM
man. national president of the or-'
ganization.
Leo Steinman, of Miami Beach.
B'nai B'rith national representa-
tive (or men. has been named chair-
I man of the (ireater Miami Blood
Donor Program Steinman has set
I goal of 1,000 pints of blood for
1 the week beginning March 2nd.
He emphasizes that the program
is non denominational and that all
are invited to participate
William Gladstone has been
named Special Gifts chairman for
the program In addition, many
restaurants here have volunteered
to give dinners to those who donote
blood during the week.
During the week a number of
mobile units will be scheduled at
various locations here The (ir-t
will be at the Biscayne ESementarj
School, 77th Street and Dickens
Avenue, from 2 p m.
-A
\
Rabbi Becker Downtown
Spiritual Leader
Announcement was made this
week by Julius Sapero. president
of the Downtown Synagogue, of
the appointment of Rabbi Arie
Becker as permanent spiritual
leader
Shown above are Mra. Helen Sanders, n
tive for women in the B'nai B'rith veterans nrJ. "
m^oi^no Qn^ini r?; -u_;_____ FIoqram
? inm roin rm
"\\r\v V?3i ina di%3
Gladstone, Special Gift* chairman; and leo^^'
national representative here who will participate111^
long blood donor program sponsored by B'nrt H'l'J
nnrl rhnnt#r in ^renter Mi,; al B:l
ATTENTION O R G A N I Z A TIoTT
New Building Available For Meetings and
WEST MIAMI MASONIC LODGE 1075 SW 67tk
Completely A.r Conditioned Comfortable Th.r. c.
Kitchen Facilit.es "'" Ml
FOR INFORMATION CALL 4-6013, 4 5747 or m*
Artists Exhibit
Paintinqs llvre
list \ li Sachey and Dr
r oi the Hotel Leonard,
heir paintii
lituti tl Work
i ton Av-
'
: Di Gerber's works are
plaj al thi '.

,poyn *ty inn
,npvon ina
! -ioru,i ijjiyo
JO
jo
in
UK
I WANT MY MILK
EL BARL'CH AMERICA"
. ..
1
Mil .
Ml:
Above is a Hebrew version
of God Bless America as
translated by Mr. Jacob Fish-
man, of 5334 LaGorce Drive,
Miami Beach. The song was
first performed over the Jew-
ish Forum of the Air on Jan-
uary 25th. Simon Seiden is
director.
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at Miami Parting Garaae,
224 S. Miami Ave____,
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VUt Our Para at
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aevinse famine to LiONARD L ABESS, Ptlilj'ijl
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^^ Rental of
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Entertainment and all other
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PHOr^f-1"
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Is r r.i m ^ r' *
YOUR INCOME TAX
PREPARED a> j
corwctuy j. MARQUA
FEDERAL TAX CONSULTANT
MIAMI REAL ESTATE MART 750 di
OPEN 9 A M. TO 8 P.M. PHONE'4PJ
STAR of DAVID MEMORIAL
A JtWISH CAKDEN OF HMUl Mill
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58th ST. I PAIMETTO ROAD, SOUTH MIAMI PN.
Reasonable Prices Terms May Be Arraejti HI
GORDON
FUNERAL HOMES
"DEDICATED TO THE SERVICE OF
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
OF GREATER MIAMI"
Two Convenient Locations
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TONIGHT
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fpEBRUARYJOI^L
+Jewish ThrHSnr,
PAGE 7B
Sets Sum For Mount Sinai Jubilee
ers; Deficit Goal is $150,000
Dav~ the quota set by
Chairman Leonard A.
Ibcinj! met by most of the
r, working on the All-Star
he given March 5th, at
each Auditorium, for the
d( Mount Sinai Hospital.
ibilce chairman explained
chairman of solicitations in the
building industry and of Joseph
Rose, a trustee, as chairman of the
Hotel Division.
Mrs. Stanley Frehling and Mrs.
Leonard A. Wien, co-chairmen of
the Women's Activities Committee.
have been supervising the work of
solicitor must obtain five the women volunteers, including
ions a day from now tin the Office Committee, with Mrs.
ime in order to meet the William Capland as chairman; the
deficit of $150,000, the Telephone Committee, under Mrs.
Jane Snetman; and the Motor
Corps, with Miss Felicia Orovitz.
Mrs. Sam Coolik and Mrs. Joseph
Postol as co-chairmen.
i
Last year's Jubilee, which was a
4 4-hour show, brought in $112,-
000, a record for any one-night
fund raising event. Wien pointed
out that with a higher goal this
year, the volunteers must' work
even harder in order to fill the
Auditorium.
esult f service workex-
rcsearch program, the
di Practical Nursing, in-
lininfi. Social Service ad-
and free or partly free
It through the Out Patient
en'
bird Annual Jubilee, which
udo star entertainers from
fobs and theatres in the
[Miami area, will be m.c.'d
Jivan who will bring with
rprisc" guests from New
Hollywood. Entertain-
liairman Ben Gaines re-
at the entire floor shows
ft, the Latin Quarter, Bill
Riviera and the Clover
ill be on hand, in addition
her performers.
expressed satisfaction with
! Young Israel To
Kteeelre Seroll
A Scroll of Law will be present-
ed to the Young Israel Svnagogue
on Sunday at 1 p.m., according to
an announcement early thij week
by Solomon Lobel, president.
Lobel said that the Scroll is be-
ing given by Morris Gordon, of
444 West 43rd Street, Miami Beach,
and Louis Gordon, New York City.
The brothers arc making the pres-
entation in memory of their moth-
er. Bela Minnie Gold, who passed
away in 1946.
According to Lobel, the Scroll
is worth upwards of $1,200, with
silver adornments valued at $500.
Kneseth Israel Will
Dedicate New Scroll
The dedication of a new Scroll
of Law will be marked by Knes-
! eth Israel Congregation on Sun-
day, February 22nd, at 2 p.m. The
affair will begin' at 1257 Alton
Road at 1 p.m., when the Scroll
will be marched to the Synagogue
in a formal procession. Donor of
the Scroll is Mr. Samuel Mitchell.
Beach Civic Orchestra
In Concert Monday
Pioneer Women
Will Show Film
As part of the fund raising pro-
gram for the Child Rescue FurA
in the State of Israel, the Pionee.-
Women's Organization will exhibit
the film, Israel Diary, under the
sponsorship of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
P. Litt, of Monticello Park.
The film will be shown at tie
Jewish Center on Sunday, Febru-
ary 22nd.
Announce
Opening Of
Speech Clinic*
Anita R. Weinberg announces
the opening of the Miami Beach
(fee volunteer committees j Speech Clinic at 530 Lincoln Road.
ten functioning. He an-
the appointment of Max
trustees president, as
Is Slated
I Children
er Women. Ciub No. 2, will
dinner on Tuesday, Fcbru-
(i. 6 p.m., at Kneseth Israel
at ion.
speaker will be Abraham
Histadruth director,
nan of the affair is Mrs.
Malmuth. Assisting are
dames Rose Marcus, Rose
Ida Jacobs, Pearl Gratz
Hie Witner.
ds arc for the Child Res-
Situated in Patio No. 7, the clinic
will specialize in the treatment of
articulatory and nervous disorders
of speech and the correction of
accent.
Mrs. Weinberg has the BS de-
gree, engaged in graduate studies
at Johns Hopkins University and
is a former speech correctionist in
the Baltimore public schools. She
is the wife of Albert K. Weinberg.
noted American historian who
wrote Manifest Destiny.
Mrs. Weinberg has worked on
the correction of speech maladies
for many years and has been suc-
cessful in stuttering and articula-
i tory cases.
ih Will Hear
fen, a novel by S. N. Behr-
III be discussed at the Tues-
jvicw ol the Greater Miami
of Hadassah on Tuesday.
y 24th. 8 p.m., at Temple
loin Mrs. I. M. Weinstein
receiver Mrs. Morris Al-
ill act as chairman.
All Women
ia Group of the West
Jewish (enter will present
othe s. The Women, on
' and Sunday nights, March
8th Directed by Blake W.
the play has a cast of 34
s, all women.
Zamora Plans
Stan, Orag Oanve
Saturday, February 21st, 8 p.m.,
is the date set for the annual Stag
and Drag Dance by the PTA and
Sisterhood of Zamora Jewish Cen-
ter.
Mrs. David Matter is in charge
of the arrangements. Highlight of
the evening will he a stage show
to be given by children of the He-
brew school.
Children's Purim Fete
The PTA of the Israelite Center
will hold a Purim Festival for
children of the Religious School on
Sunday, March 10th. Mrs. George
Kessler is chairman
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DOG RACING
NIGHTLY
{Kxcepl Sunday)
Iftrf floated
KENNELlUB
Apartment House
Unit Makes Dade
Assignments
More than one-half of the 2,500
prospect cards in the Apartment
House Division have been assigned
to volunteer workers for immedi-
ate coverage, it has been announc-
ed by Seymour Rubin, chairman of
the Apartment House Division.
The announcement came follow-
ing a workers' rally at the Ritz
Plaza Hotel which was attended by
more than 50 key workers. Alisa
Eskol. noted Israeli lecturer and
author, addressed the group.
Area assignments were made
throughout Dade County which
would guarantee coverage of each
apartment house tenant, owner and
lessee.
An Honor Roll Award placard
will be delivered to apartment
house offices this week, Rubin
said, upon which will be inscribed
names of contributors to the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal.
Daniel M. Broad, chairman of
the Board of the Miami Beach
Apartment Association, is serving
as CJA Apartment House chairman
for Miami Beach. Broad is assisted
by Meyer Teigman, Charles Levin
and Sol Goldman. Mrs. Helen San-
ders, well known for civic welfare
work with B'nai B'rith philanthrop-
ic organizations, also occupies a
position of leadership in this di-
vision.
A quota of approximately $25,000
has been set as goal. This sum also
includes motels in Dade County,
heretofore unsolicited in previous
campaigns. Named as area leaders
are Philip Katzen and Samuel Vog-
el. Sidney A. Steiner, executive
secretary of the Miami Beach
Apartment Association, has been
serving closely with the CJA unit.
Solicitation of apartment house
areas in Miami will be directed by
co-chairmen Harry J. Miller and
Moe Kurman. A volunteer work-
ers' force of some 60 men and
women will contact tenants of 400
apartments in the Miami area.
Among key workers are Joseph
Alexander, Mrs. Edward Alleva,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Alter, Mrs.
Albert Berg, Mrs. Ruth Berg, Jac-
ob Berkowitz, Harry Bodenstein,
Mrs. H. Boonshaft, William I. Bren-
ner, David Dogoloff, Sam Epstein,
Mr. and Mrs. M. Forer. Mrs. Gussie
Goldberg. Jane B. Gordon, Ben
Katzen. John Mantell. Aaron New-
man, Charles Oppenheim, Julius
Rubin. 1. 6. Smith, Charles Stur-
man. I and B. Teitch and Mrs. Doris
R. Yeager. ___
Israelite Center Party
A card party will be given I.y
jthe Dora Stein Sisterhood of the
The Miami Beach Civic Orches-1 Israelite Center on Saturday even
ing, February 21st, 8 p.m., at 319::
SW 24th Terrace. Mrs. I. Goldberg
is chairman of the affair. Proceeds
are for the Building Fund.
tra will be featured in a free con-
cert at the Miami Beach Auditor-
ium on Monday evening, February
23rd, 8 p.m.
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Testimonial For
Rabbi Rackovsky
Congregation Beth Tfilah will
tender a testimonial dinner to Rab
bi Joseph Rackovsky. its spiritual
leader, on Sunday evening. Fob
ruary 22nd. at the Hotel Edward.
Chairman of the affair will be
Morris J. Altshul. Assisting with
arrangements are Hyman Sher.
president, and Isidor Kramer, sec-
retary
Rabbi Rackov>k\ i> a member of
the Israel Committee. a> well as
the National Advisory Committee
of the Rabbinical Council of Amor
ica. He is chairman and former
vice president of the By-Laws Com
n.Uce of the Zionist Council.
A member of the Board of Direc
ti r.- of the Zioni>t Organization of
Miami Beach. Rabbi Rackovsky is
also on the Board of Education at
The Hebrew Academy and the
Board of Governors of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation He is
farmer president of the Mizrachi
Organization ot Syracuse and vice
president ot the Upstate Mizrachi
Recion.
To Honor Kopelowitz At Monday
Mr and Mrs. Baron de Hirsch ing, February r,*^
Meyer will be hosts at a party for Jimmy Kopefc,^?
125 Board members of the Jewish ,he^ "onie\ Bord.
Home for the Aged at their home,
20 Star Island, on Monday even-
e Home v BoirrJ .1
Kopel.,ulUwj||^1
*r Miami.
The Rabbi is a'
a member of
the Bureau oi Jewi-h Education of
Greater Miami. Union of Orthodox
Babbis of America and Canada.
Rabbinical Council of America and
Rabbinic Alumni Association of
iva Uniyersitj
:;. : executive director of the
Greater Mian I'm I Hakashruth.
A BAM IS BORN Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes left chairman of
the Babies Alumnae of Mount Sinai, registers hpr own lour-
day old son as a member of the Hospital's alumnae group.
BAM co-chairman, Mrs. Philip Hayden center aunt cf MM.
Mathes does the honors of enrolling her qreat-nephew while
catching a glimpse of him through the nursery windows at
Mount Sina:. Yearly dues of one dollar, collected by Wom-
en's Auxiliary volunteers working en the BAMS Committee,
are used to provide layettes and other assistance for needy
mothers and children in'Mount Sinai's maternity and padiatnc
sections. Nurse Donna Murphy has eyes only for her tiny
charges. ^^^^^^^
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ciety participating in the Religion
in-Life Week program at the In;
versit) of Florida. Gainesville, on
February 15th through 10th.
The National Federation of TVm
pie Brotherhood- sponsors the
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il Sponsors Washington Birthday
For New Americans On Saturday
__ ..- t -ii Ni. i Chairman fnr thw nartv \
eatcr Miami Srction. Na-
luncil of Jewish Women.
late George Washington's
bn Saturday evening, Feb-
8:30 p.m., at Congrega-
El.
leaker of the evening will
f\V Henderson, supervisor
Ira'ted Higtl School, Even-
School and the Evening
JEducati>'ii School of Dade
Henderson, whose expert-
ises that "f Coordinator
Veterans "<>n The-Job"
Program, entered the
uniy School system as a
teacher in 1!HS.
Jriotic atmosphere of the
Iwill he emphasized by a
, the Ha3 by two Boy
Lrry Levin and Jay Bruce
|o have just won thj Ner
ipard Hostesses will be
of Council's English
|ho are about to becone
i citi-ens.
on George Washington
litute the main portion of
ram
gharlrne I'.'idpman. accom-
y Mrs. Lina Maddaford,
the musical part of the
Mrs chapman is a pupil
|rturo Di Fillipi and will
hear.! in i.a Traviata here.
Hdaford is a member of
i Faculty at the Cniversity
School nf Music.
Chairman for the party is Mrs.
Sidney Lewis, Miami Division
chairman of Service to Foreign
Born. Co-chairman is Mrs. D. Rub-
in.
Two of Council's three ref far
English classes are now. under the
co-sponsorship of the Dale County
Board of Education and Council,
and all three classea-a.v mn.jj
tarian. Recently, a fojrtft <
English was begun at the Jewish
Home for the Aged.
jTo Honor Morris
> OVfflNNtWII At
Services More*
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, of
Congregation Beth Tfilah. and By-
man Sher. president, today an-
nounced that a Reception and Kid
dush will be tendered in honor of
Morris Morgenstern. banker and
philanthropist now vacationing oij
| Miami Beach, at the Synagogue,
I 935 Euclid Avenue. Saturday morn
ing, February 21st, 9 a.m.
The services. Rabbi Rackovsky
i said, will be conducted by Morris
Morgenstern. He will be assisted
by a choir conducted by Eli Sam-
uels. Samuel Grundwerg. of the
Tides Hotel, will be the host at
the reception.
Bureau Executive*
To Study Revision
Of Teachers'Codes
A special meeting of the Execu-
, tive Committee of th? Bureau of
Jewish Education will be held at
the home of Nathan Ratner on
Monday, February 23rd, at 8:15
p.m.
The agenda of the meeting will
include discussion of a contemplat-
ed revision of the Hebrew Teach
ers' Code and a new Sunday School
Teachers' Code.
Flans for the Annual Bureau
Dinner will also be discussed.
Mrs. Matilda H. Ratner will pre-
side.
csychiatrist Airs Film
Fears 01 Children, a Mental
Health film, will be shown at the
next PTA meeting of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center
Beach Branch Nursery School on
Wednesday. February 25th, 8:30
p.m. Dr. Seymour Blumenthal,
psychiatrist for the City of Miami
Beach, will discuss the film.
Tifereth Israel Sisterhood
Maps Plans For Dinner
The Sisterhood of Tifereth Israel
Northside Center will meet on Mon-
day evening, February 23rd, at
8:30 p.m. Mrs. Silas Lakin. chair-
man of a scheduled Donor Dinner,
will select committees in charge at
that time.
The President of Israel, Itzhak Ben Zvi, who has since 194"7
haaded the Hebrew University's Inst'tute for Research on the,
Jewish Communities cf the Middle East, returned to the Ur..
versiiy recently during an official tour of inspection. Here he
examines agricultural research equipment demonstrated by
Dr. Michael Evenari (left). Head of the Department of Botany
and Dsan of the Faculty of Science. The instrument shown is
the Warburg Apparatus for the respiration of lettuce seeds.
Ch
anning. Anderson At State Board Meeting
Two local engineers. Jules P.
Channing and E. A. Anderson, will
Beach, today and tomorrow, lor
the purpose of planning the ra-
attend a State Board of Directors tional convention of the National
meeting of the Florida Society of Society of Professional Engineers
Professional Engineers in Daytona in June.
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FRIDAY
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IN THE MAIL
List Sponsor's Of
GMJCC Affair
The names of individuals who
have agreed to act as sponsors for ] ^
the production. Sand In Your
Shoes, of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center, were an-
nounced here by Leon Kaplan.
Sponsors" Committee chairman
The production will be present
ed at the Miami Beach Auditorium j"^^, wl^r the f;iu|, lies
"-'UnS: ""IS- u!r"1S';,I ,, -.1 the wholesaler or retailer B
\ DeQuts, Mi .'! Mi
\i Dorolh) nii. Mrs .
boro, Mr and Mm H kurman, Mr.
,,-i i Ml 8. Ansln, Mr. and Mi -
I want to commend Mr> Robert
|F. Bloch for her letters in the
Floridian of February 13th. 183
regarding a very timely and pertm
cnt problem.
It is unfortunate that the prices
of kosher meat are 10 h:-:
gardless of whet he
. with the wholesale]
DeGtiti. Mr :>>! M'- Ben Ess.n. js cven more regrettable mat mis
stall! Ualns- .________.. ,, Jewish
Rubin, Mr. and Mr- Har> Id Thur-
I. : Mi an i Mra. -
. Palmer, Mr. and Mri M Is
Mr. .in.l Mr.- I- Tal hei Mi d
vi: H. /-- M I Mrs. M. Kell-
son. Mr and Mrs Bam Seiclln, I m-
berto Orvelte, Mr I M: '
Creanblatt. Mi and Mrs Ijeon kapuui,
\1t .im.i Mrs Bunlej C Myers, Mr.
and Mr.-. Leo Helman.
Mr. and Mrs L E| rti n, Mi nd
Mr- B I. Singer, Mr. and Mrs
Iner, Mi an I Mrs D B <
- Mi an I Mrs H R Mrs Max
Miss Evelj Rlfas Ml an
Mrs Sldnej Lef< mn I. Mi and Mi -
I K ...; .. ,.. u Mrs 8 s'l.i-
Mr and Mrs M Rosi nberg, Ml
and Mr- a Kann< Mr and Mrs
Siuart M and Mrs. Shi
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Mr and Mrs Kei etl Ok a)
M .. i nd Mrs. A. I
Pine. Mr. anil XI v
d M -
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Mr and M nd M
II T r. n M l Mr-
I Mrs
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Mrs M
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Marks. Ml
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Mrs. Bri
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-
?*. Imehmmm Goes Unheard
factor causes so man> Jewish
housewives to buy trefah meat.
But this is only one phase ol the
Kashruth problem. What should
those of us say who do pay the
high prices unwilling it is true
but to whom trefah meat is un-
thinkable when we read a pub
lie statement such as appeared in
the Miami Herald of February 6.
1953
In this statement. Mr Harry Sir-
kin, of the Greater Miami Vaad
Hakashruth. admitted that viola-
tions do exist in the administra-
tion of Kashruth It is perhaps a
sign of treat courage to make such
an admission publicly but to what
avail'.'
[snl it bad ehOUgh to have to
paj the price- we do without hav-
ing to worrj whether we an
ting kosher meat or not? To ad
niit that violation- exist, that such
violations are a "fraud'' and not
to have done anything to clnr.m
such violations is t" make a
mockery of the whole Kashruth
question.
To be a truly effective organiza
ti.m. a Vaad Hakashruth should
not only make every effort to as-
sure Kashruth but should also at-
tempt to keep the prices of kosher
Mrs. Louis Broido. chairman of the USNA Board, greets Sen-
ator Hubert H. Humphrey. Democrat of Minnesota, who bitter-
ly attacked the McCarran Immigration Act as the agency's
Annual Conference in New York. More than 400 Jewish com-
munity leaders were joined by representatives from Protes-
tant and Catholic groups, government and the United Nations
in the opening session of the two-day meeting. United Serv-
ice for New Americans, major immigration and resettlement
agency supported by the United Jewish Appeal, has helped
more than 300.000 Jewish survivors to resettle in this country
since 1934. From left to riaht are Walter H. Bierinqer, Boston,
president: William Rosenwald, New York, honorary president;
Senator Humphrey; Mrs. Broido. New York; and Arthur Green-
leigh. New York, USNA executive director.
IIif.leali Laities Have larlv
The Ladies Auxiliary will be
hostess for a di sert and a get ac
quainted partj at the Hialeah-Hi-
ann Springs Jewish Community
Center on Thursday. February
26th, 1 p.m.
Dutch Shulenbeger. humorist,
will have M his theme Best Foot
Forward. An original skit will be
presented under the direction of
Isable Kneapler.
.Th, "hn,vidl
dor the_ chairman.^
d E; "'anics and. \|R ,
'' ll Planning j cT
tival Luncheon on nj
i ruar>' h 12 nooa ?.
j gogue. I
! Serving on (g. c
: the Mesdame, Harry;
, Abrams. Isadore R*m
i Castle, Sarah Kap?
l>els Herman G^j
Rabinowitz. Frank C.
ney Eehloaa,
NameCo-Chari
Of Reinhardl
Three Miami Berth nj
civk leaders have beejj
co-chairmen of the te
ner to Mr and Mrs
hard.
The affair, schedjW^
15th, at the Edward |
honor the Reinhardsforfl
for Yeshiva Torah V
Mesivta.
Councilman Bernard 1
uel If. Crundwerg ;
Schechter were chosnaj
men to serve with D*
named last week as
the dinner
Councilman Frank, |i
sponsor of Yeshiva Ton||
and Mesivta. has uhat
role in local religious i
several years. Grun
er of the Tide- Hotel. 1
of the Torah Vodaath!
ecutive Committee.
the Edward Hotel, wait
founders of the Yfhm
Mr- F Oster
Call For Kosher
Meat Inspector
Opvn Hau Harbor
Ijuv Ollirt's
Theodore R Nelson and George
L. Jaekman have announced their
association for the practice of law
at 1011 Kane Concourse. Bay Har
bor Islands.
Judge Nelson has served as Town
Judge since June 1951 Jaekman
is a former associate professor of
insurance law at City College of
New York. He heads Jaekman As-
sociates. Inc.. general insurance ag
ents.
Nelson and Jaekman will each
continue his separate offices at
One Lincoln Road Building. Miami
Beach.
ISRAEL ENVOY TO CZECHS
HERE FOR BOND DRIVE
Pleas to appoint a Miami Beach
Kosher meat inspector are appar-
ently still going unheard despite
the continued demand for strict
regulation and the frank acknowl-
edgment that serious violations
Don exist which "amount to fraud".
The City Council tabled action
on the move to fill the S5.000>
year appointment after a session
recently broke out in heated
charge^ involving "politics and per
sonalitii- "
Malvin Englander. attorney for
the Greater Miami Live Poultry
Association, called on the City
Council to enforce the Kosher Food
Ordinance passed in 1938. Charg-
: ing that there is "no enforcement
either by police or religious
groups", he scored the Council's
action in turning over to a seven-
man laymen's group the selection
' of a suitable inspector.
It was Englander who received
information from Harry Sirkin. of
the Greater Miami Vaad Hakash-
ruth. that violations "of a fraudu-
lent nature" exist.
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The 100th anniversary of the
Yiddish playwright. Jacob Gordon,
wa- observed on Sunday even ,
log during the Yiddish Classical
Hour over station WINZ. according
to Morris Nasatir, director.
Guest speaker was Sholom
Pcarlmutter. writer, and Henry
Lefkowitz. composer and owner of
the Metro Music Company. New
York City.
Dr. Aneh Kubovy, Israel's
Minister to Czechoslovakia
and Poland, arrived in the
United States this week to in-
augurate a coast-to-coast
speaking tour in behalf of the
State of Israel Bond Drive.
Dr. Kubovy was proclaimed
persona non grata by both
the Czech and Polish Govern-
ments following false accusa-
tions leveled against him in
the recent Prague purge dial.
Miami Government
I Under Scrutiny
Isaac Levin Lodge, B'nai B'rith.
met on Monday evening at the Al
i cazar Hotel.
! Guest speaker was John F.
, Willmott, executive director of the
' Dadc County Research Foundation
, He discussed: What Makes It
TickMiami City Government Un-
der The X Ray.
Election of officers followed. In
, charge of arrangements were Rob
j ert Mann, Robert Levin and Moses :
Alter.
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rFRRIJARY 20, 1953
\th Annual intttitute On Judaism
Ef At IMh Sholom Wednettilau
JLkwiltBpridHajn
lurth Annual Institute On
|,,M he sponsored by the
lianii Intorfaith Council
|c-il.iv February 25th. 11
E p.m.. a! Temple Beth
Ur will be held in celc-
bf National Brotherhood
Is bcinij offered in co-
"with the Greater Miami
I0f Church Women, the
Ite of Jewish Women's Or-
' of Dade and Broward
Tand the Negro Branch of
jcil of Church Women.
Ln of the morning session
Ir. Herman Rubin. Rabbi
hnish. Beth Sholom spirit-
fcr, will deliver the wel-
jjdress and conduct mem-
En educational tour of the
m.
Ipeakor will be Rabbi Max
ICongreaation Beth David
Header. His topic is: Basic
If Judaism. An open for-
Sollow. Summation of the
Cession will be made by
Li Brenner Meyers, Miami
land active civic leader.
\ins; Lehrman, president
Inference of Jewish Worn-
Jnizations, will be after-
fion chairman, with Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz. North Shore
Jewish Center spiritual leader,
scheduled as guest speaker. He
will discuss Jewish Contributions
To World Civilization. Mrs. Mil-
ton Sirkin, member of the Confer-
ence, will be in charge of the sum-
mation.
Community singing will be led
by Mrs. Irwin Weinstein. In charge
of reservations are Mrs. Robert
Weitz and Mrs. Leonard Glasser.
PAGE II B
MADE
\er Plans
Hazaar
tmen's Group of the Flag-
da Jewish Community
bet at the home of Mrs.
ebar last week to further
an Annual Carnival and
March 8th.
tidncy Stiller, chairman,
fcntcd .Mrs. Hy Coverman
of food.
Launch New
UM Press Series
A new University of Miami Press
series will be launched on March
7th, with publication of Studies In
Shakespeare, a collection of 12 ar-
J tides delivered at the University's
Shakespeare Festival last Spring.
The book will be numbered Vol-
ume I of the "University Of Miami
Publications In English And Amer-
ican Literature.
Editors of Studies In Shake-
speare are Dr. Arthur D. Matthews
and Dr. Clark M. Emery, both of
the University's English faculty.
Dr. Matthews headed the scholarly
section of last year's Festival. Dr.
Emery, who is on leave this year
to complete a hook on Ezra Pound,
is in charge of bringing together
the Shakespearean scholars who
| will present this year's papers on
the last two days of the Festival,
; April 24th and 25th.
Published below is another in a series of lessons in modem conversational Hebrew which will
be pubhshed weekly by The Jewish Floridian. The complete series constitutes a course aimed at
providing the fundamentals of the language as it is now spoken in Israel and is based on a text-
book, Hebrew Made Easy, by Miss Shoshana Spec tor, faculty member at the Hebrew Academy, Mi-
ami Beach. This and subsequent lessons will appear here in conjunction with a program over
radio station WMBM on Sundays at 12 noon. Entitled, Let Us Learn Hebrew, the program ij con-
ducted by Miss Spector and is a feature of Jacob ScliachterS Jewish Hour. The Jewish Floridian
will provide the visual aid necessary to participate in the course.
There is jcllo (flavored with) Yesh ka rish mi-pri ha-'a re?
the fruits of the land
Have you pudding?
Surely!
Maybe pastry?
Excellent
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Ba-fuah
TJ-lai duv-sha-ni-yot?
Me-?uy-yan
Waiter, you forgot the nap- Mel-aar, shz-chah u ma pit
kin

Hern, internationally
violinist virtuoso,
i Eugene Ysaye in the
blor musical, Tonight
pg. having its South-
niere showing at the
[and Town theatres on
day. February 25th.
1)1 Muniv Svhool
Chamber Concert
The University of Miami School
of Music presented the third con-
cert in this year's series of Con-
temporary Chamber Music pro-
grams at the Lowe Gallery, Uni-
versity Main Campus, on Wednes-
day evening.
The program, prepared by Renee
Longy, consisted of Sonata for
Flute. Oboe, Clarinet and Piano,
by Milhaud; Quintet for Oboe.
Clarinet, Violin. Viola and Double
Bass, by Prokofiev; Suite for Oboe.
Clarinet and Viola, by Thompson;
and Cycle of Songs for Tenor and
Piano, by Vaughan Williams.
(So) sorry!
Sir, here is the knife
And here is the fork
And here is the spoon
Se-li-hah
'Ado-ni, hin-neh ha-sak-kin
Ve-hin-neh ha-maz-leg
Ve-hin-neh ha-kap-pit
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Congregation
Plans Pimm Ball
The Eighth Am...
ol the Miami Hebrew School ami
Congregation will be held it Elec
;i cian's Union Ha I, 1630 NW it;1'
Avenue, on Sun la) evening. March
l>t. 8 p.m.
This i.< the maj "' fund raisin?
project ol the year, with proceed*
going toward the maintenance of
the Congregation Talmud Torah
Dave Xleber is chairman of the
alfair. with Her-hey Glantz serving
as co-chairman.
Manny Gate, and his orchestra
will furnish music for dancing
Mill Ross is featured entertainer
Others on the committee include
Mrs. B. Edward, chairman of the
Journal: Mrs. Dave Kleber. prec
ioua jewels; Mrs. Michael Blank,
ticket chairman: Edward L Bock
ei. arrangements: Nathan Kail-
hack, decorations: Mrs Nathan
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*Jenistncridian
JGIOUS DIRECTORY
PAGE 13 B
ISRAEL
Miami will, the direction of B. Kamiiietzfcy.
services at [Kiddush will be
discourse Sisterhood. Mineha is at 5:45 p.m..
_.,, ~ sponsored by th
i a discourse 0mki^w.......-. .3 ut ., p..,
h N>i"' i- schedul-; followed by Shalos Seudos. Kabbi
K'',"im', B> Whittaker Mescheloff will preach on th-
Weekly Portion.
[ : BETH SHOLOM will |
L evening services at j
with Rabbi Leon Kron-
ituig an-i preachlni on!
L Ehvem Asch'i Ifoed
day mcirninu services are ,
r,', in when J rt Ruth Prsser, will be-1
i MitZVeh. Cantor Samuel
|wjjl Rii.Ur the musical j
the litnrgy.
' i
EL CONGREGATION will \
evoaiqg services at I
Saturoay morning serv-
830 u m when Rabbi
ill Swirsky will discuss:
beathendlltage. A class
, is M-h^uled for 4:30
|ch;i will at 5:15 p.m..
by Shalos Seudos. Junior
k<.n serviaw are at 10
^TH ISRAEL HEBREW
fE-\Mll hold Friday even-
Ces at 6 p.m. Saturday
Services are at 9 a.m..
hi Isaac Ever will preach
pic: Do The Present Syn-
)raw Inspiration And In-
Mineha is at 5:15 p.m..
[by Shalos Seudos and
XH-MIAMI SPRINGS
COMMUNITY CENTER
Friday evening services
i.m. wjth Reverend Leo
(dating. He will be as-
the Center Choir. Rev-
ederii- Nelson. Pastor of.
Sores Community Church
esentins the National
Dl ("hn-tians and Jews,
|uet speaker in honor of
od Week. Subject of his
scheduled as: F.ither '
bOr Death Mr. and Mrs. i
Igun will be hosts at the
kbhat.
*
Itfilah CONGREGA-
III hold Friday evening
Jat 5:45 p.m. Saturday !
services are at 8:30 a.m.. !
Ibi Joseph Rackovsky will
|nd discuss: Tabernacles,
he will preach on the
portion Mineha is at 4:30
lowed by Shalos Seudos
Kv. Daily services are at
and at 5:45 p.m.
TH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
hold Friday evening
I 5:?0 and 8:30 p.m.. with
iraham Cassel officiating.
If his discourse is sched-
|M> Yiddish Mama. Can-
Vm Seif and the Center
render the musical por-
' liturgy Saturday morn-
|es arc at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi
he h>-t at a special
Prior tu his departure for
Class in Bii>le is schedul-
|pm. Srliijcha is at 5:45
bwed by.Shalos Seudos.
BEACH..JEWISH CEN-
|hnlii i :. laj evening serv-
'Pm.-i.ith Rabbi Irving
[officiating and discus;
e Thoughts On Lincoln.
|n AnOAj-othL-rhooJ. Sat-
pnina Wviees are at 9
fhi. h !>,". th- Bar Mitz-
>"<* "I Mr, Ruth
r"'wdO Place The Rab-
"^"tMIVckly Portion.
I class is sched-
[* lrr.. toltowed by
| udos Cmtor
f' 111 render the
J"">" of.the services, as-
'l" "- Choir under
">n ' -
ACOB CONGREGATION
irnday evening services
'fjw 8:30 p.m., with
'Mescheloff officiating.
ms discourse is sched-
""""': Saturday morn-
* 8:30 am. Can-
r Pon.n lhl> Iit
I1* we at 9 a.m.. under
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Max Shapiro
and Cantor Maurice Mamchcs of-
ficiating. assisted by the Student
Choir under the direction of Mrs
Jack Donnerstag. Services will be
dedicated to Brotherhood Week
Co-chairmen of the Florida Chap-
ter, National fJonJeretce of Chris-
tians and Jewi,.G46tee Chtfjkof.
Roscoe Brunsletter and- rMtttfi.
Franklin Williams', will participate
in a discussion oa: '.Brotherhood
In Action. The One* Shabbat will
be sponsored by t>r."atfH Mrs. Har-
old Rand. Floral offerings will be
by Mr. and Mfs.jStan*aieW Hunger.
Saturday morri|nf;orxices are at
9 a.m.. when Aqsoti^Klinfter and
Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gus
Shaw, will become Bar Mitzvah.
The Bar Mitzvah of Jerome. Son of
Mrs. Mary Feinstein. will be held
during Mineha services at 5:30 p.m.
O 1 0
YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
will hold Friday evening services
at 5:45 p.m. Saturday morning
services are at 9 a.m. Mineha will
be at 5:45 p.m.. followed by Shalos
Seudos under the sponsorship of
Morris and Louis Gordon.
* 9
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening sen-
ices at 8:15 p.m. Guest speaker
will be Reverend Joseph Barth. of
the First Unitarian Church of Mi
ami. Mrs. Henry Cain and Mrs.
Sol, Halpert, co-chairmen of the
Center's Interfaith Committees,
will bless 4he Sabbath candles.
Hostess at the Oneg Shabbat fol-
lowing will be Mrs. Sidney Bloch.
Rabbi Morris Skop will present
David Sarbey. son of Mr. and Mrs.
S. W. Sarbey, 1651 SW 32nd Court,
for Bar Mitzvah at both the Friday
evening and Saturday morning ser-
vices, 9:30 a.m. The Sarbeys will
be hosts at the Kiddush following.
Cantor Irving Robinson will render
the musical portion of the liturgy,
assisted by the Center Choir under
the direction of Leon Shiff.
>
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi May-
er Abramowitz officiating. Guest
Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan will preach
on the topic: The Birth Of a Re
public. Richard, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Kirshberg. will be Bar
Mitzvah during Saturday morning
services at 8:45 a.m. Cantor Ed-
Greaier Miami's
Synagogue Directory
Agudtth Israel H : UN 10 Kvr. Or-
thodox, 525 TMh .-'! V...I-. : Boach
Btth David -- lull I Max .-
Conservative, SSlt SW Jrd Av*..
M ami
Btth El!>!. Shmaryahu Swlrtky. Or-
thouVx. I..... SW ;,tli Avt-, Miami
Btth JacobKabbi M-m-b M-" holofl
Orthodox. 301-IH Wah. Av-. MI'
Btth SholomRabbi L-"n K
Llbora.1, t'.u Cliaoc Av-. M U
Btth Tfllah Ravi M I ph i: kov-
-k-, nuhodox, di tiUilid At*.. Mi-
ami l'.-H'-b
Coral CabletRakbl lloJTta Skop. Lib-
oral, M0 1 a!>i mo -i i'
Dowrtown Synagooc? \. US
N\V :iul Av*. M
Flaoltr. Granada -lu NW :.:-t I".ac*.
Miami.
Htbrtw Acadtmv ':. xan'-i
(ir. firlh..Jox. Sll <*h !-t.. V U
Hialtah-Miami tpringt Rf*r.
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Avo., I. .al.-ah
Hollywood < v. -. J i
st Bath ww 'l.
Itratiitt Ctnttr i ;.'>> I
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1>r., Ml
Kntteth ItratlKa>) Ab:*thnm Cr\.-.-
wl. i ii I.....lox, MIS Euclid Ait.,
Ml;i- I .
Miami Btach- Rabat i IrttrfJ-
Coi it atlvi i Ive., M B
Miami Htbrtw School Kabbl
11 \, ii i tw nth a%<-
aflaml.
Montieetlo Park lt.r.Ii .- I .I'd M
llth A\. 'ttaoli.
Nortl Dado- -RaM I II.'
W U'm High-
way, North .V!;imt
Nortn Shore I: AHjamo-
/ l*o| ... I '," "i .-.
Miami rttach.
Ttmple UraolI'r Jni*ph Varot. Re-
form. 1S7 N'K l^i"! si Miami.
Tiftrtth Itratl S.'OO N, Miami Avo.,
\tli, ml.
Wool MiamiRabbi Alfred W.xman.
CoimervaUva. T.720 HW 17th Bt.,
Miami.
Young Itratl Ortbdox. 4001 Chaa
Aa.. Miami Ka 2amcra--Fte\^r^nd Rudolf Brill.
aerxatlve, 44 Zamoia Axe, Coial
ward Klein will be assisted by the
Center Choir under the dir.
of A. Louis Mechlowitz.
*
DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening
5:45 p,m.. with Rabbi Arie B k< i
tins. Satur I;
Ices are at 8:30 a.m., when
Becker will preach i a the
Portion. Subject of hi
tieduled as: And They Shall
Make Me A Century. A clan In
Bible i., at 5 p.m. Hineha wi I
1 5:30 p.m., followed by S
Seudos.
ISRAELITE CENTER will
Friday evening services at 8:30
p.m. Miit'.n Friedman, Miami at-!
torney. will be guest speaker. Sub-
ject ol hit discourse is scheduled
as: Building a Community. An
Oneg Shabbat. sponsored by Mr
and Mrs. Jack Finkelstein. will fol-
low. Saturday morning services are
at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Abraham Sachs J
will discuss the Weekly Portion.

WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 5:45 ar.-l 8:30 p.m. Mayor Jack <
Crini and West Miami Couneilmen '
will be guests during the special:
Brotherhood service. Subject of a
irse by Rabbi Alfred Waxman'
is: Brotherhood Of Man Mayor'
Crim will -peal; in behalf of town'
- Mr. and Mrs. "Ralph Law- j
rence will he hosts at the Oneg |
Shabbat in honor of their son, Lew- j
i-. whose B r Mitzvah is scheduled
during Saturday morning services
at 9 a.m. Afternoon serviees will |
be at 5 p.m.. followed by a dis-'
course on the Weekly Portion I
and Shalos Seudos,
* *
FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold;
Friday evening service at 8 p.m.'
Saturday morning services are at;
'.) a.m., with Cantor K'i-a Center
rendering the musical portion of'
all services. Daily services are at
T30 a.m.
* 4 *
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold services on Friday evening at
8:15 p.m.. with Reverqnd Rudolf
Brill officiating. The Quarry of Ju-
daism, will be the subject of a dis-
course by Arthur Deutsch. chair-
man of the Religious Committee.
An Oneg Shabbat will follow. Sat-
urday morning services are at 9
a.m. Howard, son of Mrs. Leah and
the late Arthur Seidner, will be-
come Bar Mitzvah at that time.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
evening sersices at 5:30 p.m Late
services are at 8:15 p.m., when
Rabbi Simon April will preach on
the topic: How Best To Remember
George Washington. Hostess at the
Oneg Shabbat will be Mrs. Freda
Rapapport. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30 a.m. A class in
Mi iir.a is scheduled for 5 p.m., and
will be followed by Mineha and
Shalos Seudos.
M'ami Convalescent Home
Spec;aliiing in Care to the Elderly and
Chronically III. 24-Hour Nursing Serv-
>cr Specal Diett Strictly Observed.
Private and Semi. Private Rooms.
LEO ALLEN. Director
335 S.W. 12th Avenue
Phones a.5437 and 9-0278
NEW 1953 "MAGIC CYCLE
#
defrosting KELVINAT0R!
ALL THESE BRILLIANT
NEW FEATURES!
. rflao *i" COO,,
D,'' Aa-iaa dtfroifnfl-
Model
rstrut applied lor.
BIG TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE
I or yovf prtstnl rtfrlgtralw
should cover down ptry-
ni.ni on a ntw "Mogie
Cyelt" Ktlvinator. Hurry In
lottoyl
c i Width Freeztr Chest.
tnll-Out "Dairy Shelf I
MiMfv Door Shelves!
tfcft Built-'" Butter Chest'
MIMee rtown to for ddlverr In your kUchen with ri-yMJ
SrotrrL.oii Pit* W*Ip an : lo*l lair* elra. nM Ba tp*W
flaUutsi lubjeel tu cboic :i!h ui nuiicr.

IT'S TiME TO TRADE FOR
RICHARDSON
FURNITURE-WAREHOUSE
Furniture for HOMES, HOTELS and APARTMENTS
636 N.W. 24th St., Near 7th Ave.
OPEN MON. AND THURS. EVENINGS CASH OR TERMS


PAGE 14 B
^i^utfkrkmr
FRIDAY.
EBRU
.Miami Window.
Forty Years Of Conserative Jud;
Professor Miller A. F. Ritchie, cha.rman of the Human RAtNM
department at the University of Mian... has accepted an ...vitaionM
become President of Hartwick College. Oneonta. New York "<' '"
remain ft the University until next July when he assumes hi* new
duties Attorney A. J. Kaplan has sprung one Of the mu\ uiiummi
initiative petitions in Miami Beach history. Kaplan started circuiatl
of a petition that would either force the Citj Council to appoint hin
City Judge or submit the matter to the electorate at the general elec-
"tion slated for June 2nd .
David Graver, 26. SOU of Mr. and Mrs Al Graver. 711 88th Street.
Miami Beach, returned home from two years of dutj in Gern
w.th him are his German-born wife, Hedy. and their six month-old
son. Charles Henry E. Wolff has been appointed general chair-
man for the local observance of National Crime Prevention wee*
which is being marked here from February 15th through 21st
Appointed to audit the city's books by the Miami Beach City Coun-
cil is Harry Blumin. Councilman Bernard Frank, Barnett Roth. Harold
Turk and Marcie Liberman voted to give Blumin the $3,000 contract ^
by RABBI HERBERT PARZEN
First in a Series
(Editor's N"t.' This year
marks the 40th anniversary of
the Conservative Movement, the
observance ol which will be cele-
brated m all states on February
20th through 22ml In prepara-
tion lor this observance. The
American Jewish Proas Syndi-
cate ha- edited a series oi artic-
les written by Rabbi Herbert
Parzen, director, Department of
United Synagogue of
America, on the Builders of The
Conservative Movement)
Conservative Judaism is a unique
religious movement unique in
V Manager E A. Evans has selected Harry Zuckerman a- "l";r )tna, it is committed to reversing
the prevailing processes in modern
" Judaism in
nrdw
uen
Judaism
viewpoint nor"atu*
tions; i--------
'*ncd with the-
He did b7'
ator of the city-owned Dinner Key Restaurant Zuckerman currently
heads the concession at Bay Front Park Auditorium and the Dinner
Key Convention Hall A Miami Beach public official will become
a part-time journalism instructor at the University of Miami He Is
Hank Meyer, Beach director of public relation-, who has boon sched-
uled to teach a course in publicitj methods in the Evening Division ,
Awarded a service bar representing 2.700 hours of volunteer work
at Mount Sinai Hospital is Mrs. CamiHe Baum. Also awarded recogni
tion by Mrs. Harold Spaet, vice president 61 the Board of Directors,
were volunteer- completing more than 2 drew J. Leon, Miami Beach physician, has been recalled to active d.it>
with the Army and left Monday for Brooke Arm) Medical Center.
Fort Sam Houston, Texas Si n a committee in charge of
arrangements for Miami's obsei e of Crime Prevention Week
Nit Elkins, Dr. Robert Litowitz, Dr. Eugene Weiss, Irving Wexler, O.
R. Wheat, Harry Gordon, Norman Giller and Ed Mandel .
Miar nd Civic leader Joe Adams has been i
chairman of the annual fund ci ol the Dade County Unit,
\ ericai I ncer Society Avia Shedroff Waitzman, of 1563 Dr. \el
lie. received the MA degrei from the I niversity ol Illinois at
ear commei I exercises there Pour ol a kind are now
in the Courshon family as Aaron H. Courshon .i- sworn in as a prac-
. attorne) hire last week Sons Jack, Charles and Arthur are
mbers oi the firm firm, Courshon & Courshon, which their father
will now join ... A scroll of honor has been presented to singer Lena
Home by the National Committee, State ol Israel Bond.-, for her "con
.-tant cooperation and help in the sale of bonds.'" .
Samuel C. Halpert was named deputy commissioner of the State
Industrial Commission by Chairman James T. Vocelle. He is a member
of the Florida and Michigan bars and has practiced law here since
1946
Jewish history, and. at the same
time, it is seeking to harness these
very processes in the service of
Judaism.
Dr. Trager Speaks Mrs. rilian Heads
At Beach Meeting Kneseth Israel
Sisterhood
Dr. Jesse Trager. of Baltimore.
Maryland, president of District
Grand Lodge No. 5. B'nai B'rith.
was featured speaker at the
meeting of Miami Beach Lodge on
Thursday, February 19th. at the
Hibiscus Masonic Auditorium.
A dinner meeting at 6:30 p.m
was followed by the regular
lodge meeting at 8.
Dr. Trager has recently returned
from a tour of European countries
and the State of Israel He des-
cribed current activities of the
B'nai B'rith service program, as
well as his foreign travels.
Entertainment was provided
by Miss Joan Gilbert, accordionist,
and Miss Susan Talianoff. vocalist,
according to A J. Kaplan, presi-
dent of the South Florida Council
of B'nai B'rith Lodges.
Siegfried Geismar. chairman of
the Lodge Nominating Committee,
reported on
coming year The program was un
Prefessor Giniburg
While Conservatism recognizes
fully the role of the Tradition in
Judaism, it rejects the concept that
the Tradition i- rigid, iron-clad,
hidebound Moreover. Conserva-
tive Judaism is determined to re
kmdie reverence for the Tradition,
to restore social and creative func-
tions to the synagogue and impress Reform: that the new immigrants
them the -tamp of the Syna- were either anti-religious or deep-
ProftSior Schtchler
lecturer in rabbinics at Cam-
bridge University in England.
While in this post, due to his
scholarship and industry, he dis
covered the Cairo Genizah. a most
valuable depository "of old Hebrew
and rabbinic texts, in a synagogue
in Cairo. Egypt In 1901. he agreed
to come to New York to assume
the presidency of the Jewish The
ological Seminary' of America, at
the invitation of Jacob Schiff and
Louis Marshall of New York, and
Jud e Sul/berger. Dr. Solis-Cohen
and Dr Cyrus Adler of Philadel-
phia.
When he arrived on these shores
he w.i- a distinguished public fig-
ure and a mature Scholar with a
world wide reputation. His views
on contemporary social problems
and Jewish affairs were on the
record. He consequently assumed
the presidency of the Seminary
with his convictions clearly estab-
lished and defined.
A- a Student of Jewish life he
was aware of the American Jewish
community and its problems: That
the established Jewish institutions
were preponderantly Reform; that
the old Seminary had proved in
effectual in stemming the tide of
tions: he rather soushT*
them to review Jg^i
" WbsMj
** Orthodox
?"r Parochial
?arn.l q.rb of ,h| S
Pean ghetto. H. J"i
thty study i,w\*
?hat they r,rd
language on a Mr ^I
that they institut,
um nd '"oty in H*I
service; that thty ni^?
rabbis and ttath*.,
have received a
?ion as well Hlld|
education in order Hull
introduce modem j
thair religious scheal i
HfcwU
This
program of
At a gala installation affair.
Kneseth Israel Congregation in-
stalled newly
lected officers
ind Board mem-
>ers of its Sister
lood. Rabbi Ab-
aham M. Cassel,
piritual leader,
ifficiated
France- Lilian
11 president oth
ers installed
were Ida Fine
stone. 1st vice
president. Cells Ruppert. 2nd vice-
president. Dorothy Moss, 3rd vice
president: Regina Morris. 4th vice
president.
Sirs. Ullian
on
gogue
The organization which charac
terizes the Conservative Movement
and its development is the United
Synagogue of America, which was
evolved from the Jewish Theolog-
ical Seminary when Solomon
Schechter assumed its presidencv
in 1902.
Solomon Schechter was born
in Romania, in 1887, and receiv-
ed a traditional Yeshiva educa-
tion. In dues course he became
ly immersed in their parochial con
cept of Judaism.
Dr. Schechter instituted for the
Seminary' a program of public edu-
cation to inform the Jewish com-
munity about its ideals and goals.
In brief, this program visualized
the Seminary as the Jewish insti-
tution which proposed to conciliate
all elements comprising the syna-
gogue in order to retain its cath-
olicity and unity.
He urged the adherents of Re-
form to re-study Jewish history
Cyras Mkr
called the Conservative l|
an effort to emphasis I
pects of Judaism which I
bolstering and strentflnafl
This selective emphahl
sisted. did not signify'Jail
servative tendency is a H
way house between orthail
reform as many people I
assume even today It *]
a constructive prograaW
religious problems of I
Jewry as they existed.
At Dr. Schechter'saUi
rary 23. 1913. repnaaUM
22 congregations, Semnai
ed rabbis, and nuUtiniiaj
scholars established tk I
Synagogue of America -i
of the Orthodox Consem*
es" in this country. ad' _
new creation the Consend
dency was transformed I
Conservative Movement
Clara Weinstock. treasurer: I-ena
Popkin. financial secretarv: Anna
Mitchel recording secretarY; char-
the slate for the ,te ^"'"S". corresponding sec-
.he program was un- I?,ary: arwl Esther Eisenstein,
der the chairmanship of Paul Seid- cnairman of social affairs.
erman. -------------------------
In charge of arrangements for
the dinner were Meyer Teigman.
assisted by Barnett Beckerman, Sol
Goldstrom and Irving Schatzman
U of M Secretary
Succumbs To Attack
Miami Sisters Meet;
Plan Package Party
luncheon of the
William J. Hester, secretarv of
the t niversity of Miami since J942
died of a heart attack last week
at his home. 239 Sarto
Coral Gables.
Avenue.
The monthly
Sisterhood of the
Miami Hebrew
Since he came to the University
934. as an instructor in law.
School and Congregation was: Mr Hester has served as dean of
held on Wednesday. February 11th.! administration, treasurer and sec-
according to Mrs. I. Sirkin. tary.
Serving as hostesses were the!. Because of the steadily increas-
Mesdames Berele Kelemer. Max '"g negotiations and legal prob-
Stein and Sam Herman. 'ems of the University he had been
The Sisterhood will hold a pack-, named last week Legal Counsel of
age party at the Synagogue on th University and was expected to
Sunday evening. February 15th. 8
p.m.
Auctioneers will include Nathan
Fullback. H. M. Drewich. Ed Beck-
er, Sam Cohen. Mrs. Ben Sokol-
off, Gabe Pearlman and Dave Melt
zer.
On the Refreshment Committee
is Dave Kieber.
assume theese duties after recover-
ing from an illness.
Club Everglades Party
Club Everglades, Workmen', Cir-
cle N0^ 1050. held a card partv
onSnnday evening, at 1545SW 3rd
Dr. H
Fratei
ZW fe^n^'SSEUn and h^o,"* J" fcii row 0
*JEg ?*2J!?syz! adta, upg^ m
J^ayne Terrace Hotel
2er. loccl pnejejej* E*
Shown in the front row (left to
in
Goldman, who
P*odonbahe*.:andr*.'S^:
in
charge of amrnoemMts.
gratagaport


WARY 20, 1953
*Jewist>ncr*imr)
,itotice
. {fl&EliY GIVES that
,,,[, County. Florida.
11 ;' mmM.KS JULIUS
HERMAN I.EVINE
(uNDER FICTITIOUS
ff&%Kfi?atvm that
,..d desiring to engage in
,. ,(,. fi'minus mime of
Fertisixo. 304 N-
mends to rMtll-
. huh the Clerk >f the
0( Dade County, Flor-
H.oMoN NIEDEI.MAN
UNDER FICTITIOUS
*AME LAW
, HEREBY UIVKN that
.,! desiring I"' engage In
r the fictitious name of
IIAMI H J" N.W. 48th
. i i.'iiilv to reg-
ime u <, Che Clerk of the
f | >.< I.- County, Florida,
j MSTRIBCTING CO,
IMS i KUAN. President
KN M.ll'.i'l'S, Secretary
-11
JNOER FICTITIOUS
AWE LAW
HEREBY (3IVEN that
, Ing to engage In
the n! ions name of
at the following ad-
i: uli yard,
I.....n lloiili-vard,
table*, Florida
i Street,
Florida
Ifnd Street,
! horldii
4th Court,
(florid i
Tih Avenue,
fcunty, Florida
bn Road,
(Beadi. llorlda
8th Street,
Miami. Klorlda
125th Street,
f i.nila
Street,
ki.t : i
n
Babies, Florida,
i:7tii ivenue,
Boutin. Florida
pul \' enue,
Oro \l ami, Florida
tins ivel
IB) I Klorlda
tth \ VImil',
, I da,
:!-' i Id nfl m with Ihf
Cl Court of Pade
Hot
FAIR STORES I IF
oltll'A INC.,
|rlda oration.
A" SOVITZ
ll'.n I |
K
I' i Fair Stores of
.i I lei Ula cornet .ii Ion.
1/6
UNDER FICTITIOUS
[NAME LAW
HEREBY GIVEN that
Ing to engage in
er the flctltloui name of
following ad-
Itnd Street,
F
lw 1 i Avenua,
Florida
7't Ii SI
i
* i ..I name with
I Hit c lit i ourt of Dado

i' 'I' PAIR, INC.,
prM oration,
All INOVITZ
H
( Fi i".....i Pair, inc..
DUIT COURT OF THE
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
IDADE COUNTY. FLOR-
.HANCERY. No. 156747
LR1TKKH, Plaintiff,
IB, Defendant,
FOR PUBLICATION
[ITKKS. r o Roae Kitkes.
. t Btreet.
Drk. New York
HEREBY NOTIFIED
_ Complaint for Divorce
against you and you
atrvc a copy of your
dint; to Uim Bill of
'" plaintiff's attorney,
TUNE, 402 Otympia
"l. Florida, and file the
"Or Hearting In the
* l*rk of the Circuit
Before the 16th day of
V you fall to do ho.
' dofault will be taken
Miami, f lorida. February
SuJ ''KATHERMAN.
Ujrk of the Circuit Court
uae County. Florida
RVWM. W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
)gnME,,,ymp,a
iffiEERL;;cTiTiou
with the" Clarbfof
"'"rt of Dad. Count?!
^HUTNER- S"'' """'
Sfaa^aivw .ha,
"tend^Tb"1'1 Bulldina,
,S AI'?&MI,I.KK
LEGAL HOTICE
IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR.
,DA- No. 55295
(JENERAL FINANCE A- SMaij,
LOAN CORP., a Florida corporation
Plaintiff',
vs.
WILLIAM J. sihukks and
MARY JANE SIDDKKS. Defendants
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: WILLIAM I SIDDERs and
MARY JANE HIDDEItH
Residence: I'nknoun
You are hereby notified that a ault
for the recovery i>f monies due and
owing on promissory note has bean
filed against you, anil you are hereby
required to serve a copy f your
answer to the Complaint on Plaintiff's
nttorney and file the original Answer
In the off ice'of the Clerk of the Civil
Court of Iteoord, on or before the loth
day of March. 1953: otherwise the al-
legations of said Complaint will be
taken as confessed against you.
Dated this loth day of February.
195J.
W. CECIL WATSON,
Clerk of Civil' Court of Record
By /s/ R. P. De WANO,
Deputy Clerk
PAGE 15 B
LEGAL HOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
,.NOTi<-K IS HEItEKYV(llVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
fi.. R 'DMI'ANY. at 2221 S.W.
27th Avenue, Miami, Intends to rea-
mer said name with the lerk of tn.
Ida "' l>ade c"u,ll>'. Flor-
i/3o -TRS-S^*0* So,e *
GEORGE J. TALIANOFP
Attorney at Law
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Bench, Florida
Attorney tor i'laiiinrf
2/13-2U-27 3/6
(Seal)
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
--_ NAME LAW
NOTICE is lie.Kh.nv QlVan that
the underslRiieil, desiring to engage In
'.V;.-".','Hl.unner the fictitious name of
KNN TERRACE APARTMENTa" at
1211 Pennsylvania Avenue, Miami
Beaab, Florida, Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
<-nurt of Dade County. Ii,. Ida
SAK HELLMAN
nmv,.- llosl': HFILMAN
Sill-.l.NER & bVlELBR
Attorneys for Applicants
,",'i JV,?er."U"<"n,{- Miami. F^rlda
-/0-I3-iU-27
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN PROBATE. No. 29b34
In He: ESTATK < >F
NF.LLIK S. POCLSON, Doceaaed
NOTICK TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands .\galnst
Said Instate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims anil demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of NKLLIK S I'Ol.LSdN, ,le-
eeaaed late of Miami. Dade County,
Florida, to the Hon. (bounty Judges of
I>ade County, and file the same In
their office in the County Courthouse
In I Mile County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant und to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
Will be barred Bag Section )2'l of the
lii33 Probate Act.
Date February nth, AD. 1933.
1*1 ALICE B. TIIARP,
As Administratrix of the
Estate .11
NELLIE 8. POULSON,
I .rased.
MYF.Its. HBIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administratrix
ISO Beybold Kulliling. Miami. F"la.
I II-10-S1 3/fi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA IN CHANCERY. No. 156301
ROGER BASHA, Plaintiff
vs.
OISF;i.F: PASHA. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: UI8ELE BASHA, IS 1-aFl.m
Duvlnnc, Port au Prince, Haiti.
K>U ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a 11111 of Complaint for Divorce
has Man filed against you in the
above entitled eaiise and you are here-
by required to serve a copy ,,f your
Answer to the PHI of Complaint on
the Plaintiff's attorneys, and file the
original tn the office of the clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the 2nd
day of March, IMS, otherwise a De-
cree Pro Confesso will be entered
against you.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive greeks
In THE JEWISH F'l.nRIDIAN.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 2Sth
day of January, r.' :
E II. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: M. c GREEN
(Seal) Deputy clerk
PALMiT, SILVER A Ml'LLOY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
SOI Ingraham-llulldl-ig. -Miami. Florida
1/30 t/e-lt-to
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
STOCKADE HHOW I1AR, at 5731 N.
W. 2nd Ave., Miami, Fla.. Intends
tn register said name with the Clerk
of the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MAURICE G. JONES
STEPHEN F. KESSLF.K
Attorney for Applicant
4 S.W. 22nd Avenue
2/13-2H-2- -- :t r,______________________
IN THE ClKCUl r COO Ml up TriS
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 154714
ALBINA SVKRZENY, Plaintiff,
vs.
ANTHONY SVBRZENT, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU, ANTHONY BVEBZENY. 4CS
Adams Street. Hohokenf New Jersey,
are hereby notified that a Bill ot Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney, thf*>di>RH J.
SAKOWITZ, 912 Seyliold Building, Mi-
ami, FlorMa, anil file the original
Answer or Pleading In the Office of
the Ci.rk of tin- Circuit Court, on or
before the 16th day of March, 19.".3. If
you fail to do so, judgment by default
will be taken against you for the relief
demanded In the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 10th day of February,
leSS.
!:. Ii. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, li.ule loiinn, Florida
lly WM. W STOCKING,
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
2.'13-20-27 3 6
IN THE COURT OF THE JUSTICE
OF THE PEACE, DISTRICT 1. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. No. 14,677
HARMON EDWARD LIBBERWITZ,
vs. Plaintiff,
LEWIS AI.F'RED SCoTT. Defendant
NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE
Notice is hereby gjven that under
and by virtue of a Writ of Fixeciition
Issued In the above styled cause by
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and
for Dado County, Florida, and levy
having been made, I will offer for
sale and sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash, between the hours of
11:00 o'clock In the forenoon and 2:00
o'clock In the afternoon on the 2nd
day of March. IMS. at the South Front
door of the Court House in Miami
Dade County. Florida, the following
described property: ,
lot 18. Bhx* St of LIBERTY
CITY. aooarUla* to the Fbxt there-
of, recorded is Plat Book 7 at
Page 71 of the Public Records of
Dade County. Ftorlda.
as the property of the Bald LFTWIS
ALFRED SCOTT to satisfy said Writ
of i-:,-.-oti..n
Dated this 23rd day of January, 1*53,
at Miami. Dade County. Florida.
THOMAS J. KFIU.Y, Sheriff,
Dads County. Florida
By JOHN O'BRIEN.
Deputy
1/S0 2/6-13-Ja
Sheriff
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED File 51005
Notice Is hereby given that JULES
PEAKI.MAN. holder of City rff Miami
Tax Sale Certificate Numbered H64.
dated the 5th day of June, AD IHf,
has filed said Certificate in my of-
flce, and has made application for
tax deed to Issue thereon In accord-
ance with law said Certificate em-
braces the folwiwing described prop-
erty, situated III Dade County, Flor-
ida, to-Wit
Lot 213, Grapeland Height, Pint
Book 14, Page 63. in the City of
Miami, Countv of Dade. State of
llorlda.
The assessment of said property
under the Certiflcste issued was in
the name of I'nknown. Unless said
Certificate shall be redeemed accord-
ing to law, tax deed will Issue thereon
on the 25th dsy of February. AD.
IS&S. _
Dated this 21st day of January, AD.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade CounV, Florida
By N. C. BTKRRKTT
IN THE CIRCUIT C0UP.T OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No 156684
JAMES SMITH and
LILLIAN SMITH, his wife.
, Plaintiffs.
vs.
MARTHA ROBERTS and
R0BF:RTS. her husband,
et al, Defendants.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE NAME OF' THE STATE
OF' F'l.OKIDA
TO: MARTHA ROMERTS. if living,
but liclive.l tn be dead, and
ROBERTS, her husband, If liv-
ing, whose residences are un-
known: RICHARDSON, if
living, husband of FLOSSIE
RICHARDSON, also known as
FLOSSIE ROBERTS: residence
of RICHARDSON is un-
known; BEARS ROBERTS and
ROBERTS, his wife, if liv-
ing, whose residence is unknown;
Ki.ll.Ali ROBERTS, if living.
and ROBERTS, hei hus-
band. If living, whose residences
are unknown: OLLIE DAVIS, if
living, but believed to be dead.
whose residence is unknown:
MAMIE ROBERTS, If living, and
R< 'BERTH, her husband.
If living, whos.- residences are
unknown; W1LLARD ROBERTS,
if living, and ROBF2RTS,
his Wife, if living, whos,. resi-
dences an- unknown: ezkkial
ROBERTS, if living, and
ROBERTS, his wife, if living,
whose residences are unknown:
LEON ROBERTS, if living, and
ROBERTS, his wife, if liv-
ing, whose residences are un-
known. ALL UNKNOWN IIF:IRS.
devisees, grantees, creditors, or
other parties claiming by.
through, under or against MAR-
THA RoPiaRTS. not known to
be dead or alive, but believed to
be dead: AND ALSO, as to eaoh
of the above named defendant
individuals. If they be deceased,
then all unknown heirs, devisees.
grantees, creditors or other par-
ties-claiming by, through, under
or against such defendants:- AHO
ALSO, all otner and unknown
persons having or claiming to
have any right, title or Interest
In the property which Js the sub-
ject matter of this suR, said
property lying and being In Dade
County. Florida, and more par-
ticularly described as follows:
I.ot 16. of Rlock 34. of I'ROW
HoMBSTFlAP. according to the
Plat thereof, recorded In Plat
Hook "B" at Pase luS.of the
Public Records of Inde County.
Florida.
TOl' AND EACH OF YOU are hereby
notified that a suit has been filed In
the above named Court, by the plaint-
iffs above named, for the purpose of
quieting title of the plaintiffs. In and
to the property Involved herelnabove
described._________
YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED
ANIi RBQl'IRED to file your Appear-
n .,,ii -mi on or before the 12th
day of March. ISSS, and in default of
such Appearance, a Decree Pro enn-
i" '., entered against you and
each of you.
Tbls Order to be published once a
'..r four 14) consecutive w.eks
In The Jewish Plorldlan. a newspaper
published In Dade County. Florida.
rx'N'K \ND ORDERED at the
Courthouse In Dade County. Miami,
Florida, this 10th day of F'ebruary,
"M E B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By M. C. GREEN
Deputy Clerk
(Seal)
HEN ESSEN
Attorney Sor Plaintiffs
83 Seyhold Bdg.
MlatwL FSnstda,
1/11-20-17 3/1
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HliKKHY GIVEN that
the. undersigned, desiring to engage In
l!,"1,"n;',??,.',nner fictitious name of
MILDREDS, at 515 Collins Ave., Mi-
ami Beach, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
2/S0-27 3/6-13 D'NAH WO,'DER
in -rNilT,CE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IrSJJHt JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
?,?,U,NT.T- IN CHANCERY. No. 156216
MILTON WIENER, Plaintiff,
vs.
QBRTRCDH WIENER. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: GERTRUDE WIENER, 178 E.
. 9..lh Bl Brooklyn, New York
ion, GERTRUDE WIENEH, are
hereby notified that a Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Ilead-
,*, to..,he ""l "f Complaint on the
plaintiffs Attorney. (IEoRGE J. TAL-
DANOFF. 421) Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach. Florida., and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 26th day of F'ebruary, lS3.
If you fall to do so, Judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint.
''ONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
I"."! ,his zl,,h day ot January, A.D.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By R. H. RICE, JR.
{Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
.1/30 2/6-13-20
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 29489B
In Re: ESTATE OF
KATHF:ri.\F: FERDA. Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said FIstate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, may have against the
estate of KATHER1NK FERDA, de-
ceased late of Dade County. F'lortda,
to the Hon. F'RANK II. DOWLINQ,
one of the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In his of-
Oee in the County Courthouse in Dade
County, Florida, within eight calendar
month! from the date of the first pub-
lication hereof. Said claims or de-
mands lo contain the legal address
of the claimant and to be sworn to
and presented as aforesaid, or same
win be barred.
Date January 21st. A.D. 19.".3.
MAURICE FERDA, as Executor of
the Last Will and Testatmcit of
KATUERINE FERDA, Deceased
MAX It. SILVER
Attorney for Fixecutor
1/30 S/6-1S-S0
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 156099
EDITH G. WARREN. Plaintiff
vs.
BARRY ALLEN WARREN,
aka HARRY WARREN, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: HARRY ALLEN WARREN,
aka HARRY WARREN
New Orleans. Louisiana
You, Harry Allen Warren, aka Har-
ry Warren, are hereby notified that a
Rill of Complaint for Divorce bus been
filed against you, and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Rill of Complaint on
the Plaintiff's Attorney, AMOS BEN-
JAMIN, 506 olvnipia Building, Miami.
Florida, and file ithe original Answer
or Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit court on or before U>
2:ird daj of February, IV51 if you
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW.
Ni HICK 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ALSTEVE APARTMENTS, at sJl
Meridian Avenue, Miami Peach, in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SAMUEL YANoWITZ
MOLLY YANOWITZ
KoV.NER a MA.NNIIEIMER
Attorneys for Samuel Molly Yanow
Attorneys of Samuel &
Molly Yanowltx
2/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREIIY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SIN HAD MOTEL, at Blscayne Boule-
vard and Northeast 6Sad Street, Mi-
ami, Florida, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
MARTIN HOTEL. INC.
By: MARTIN T. GOODMAN
President
ATTEST:
JEANNE GOODMAN
Seoretary
STANLEY JOEL LEV1NE, Esq.
Attorney for Applicant
!/ 2/-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HBRBBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
THREE CAPTAINS FISHERIES, at
1761 S.W. 8th Street. Miami. Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
BERNARD TRACHTENBERO
ALLEN DENN
|/(-ll-S0-Z7
LEGAL NOTICE
Lawrence Collard is no longer con-
IMCted With the Three Captains Fish-
BBRNARD TRAGHTENBBKI
and ALLEN DENN. own,
2/6-13-
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name" of
GRFIEN'H PARKING LOT. at 200 N.
W. 2nd Ave.. Miami, Fla.. intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
Li:o R. COHEN
MICHAEL W IftENBERG
Attorney for Applicant
1407 Blscayne llulldlng
2/13-20-S7 3/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MOORE'S INTERNATIONAL AG-
ENCY, at 1180 N.W. 3rd Avenue. Mi-
ami, Dade County. Florida, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JASPER MOORE
RICHARD KRIEOER KINK
Attorney for Jasper Moore
412 Congress lliiilding. Miami. Florida,
1/30 2/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS 1IF:RF;hY GIVF:N that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HOYS SHOES, at 143.1 N.W. Tth Av-
enue, Miami. Fla., intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
JACK COHEN
HARRY B. SMITH. ESQ.
Attorney for Applicant
350 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla,
1/30 2/g-lS-20_______________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTIOF2 IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY, al 67
K. 1st Avenue. Hialeah, F*la., Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ALBERT LEVITE. Sole Owner
I'ALLOT, SILVER Ai Ml'LLOY
Attorneys for Applicant
Mil Ingraham P.ldg.
2/6-13-20-27
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. No. 24697
RE: ESTATE 1 IF
ANTHONY SICo, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I
have filed my final report and pe-
tition for iinal Discharge as Admin-
istratrix de bonis nop of the estate
of antiiony sico. deceased;
thai on the 2nd daj "f March, 1S5S,
I will apply to the Honorable W F
BLANTON, County Judge of Dade
County, Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discharge
as Administratrix de bonis non of tho
Estate of ANTHONY SICO, deceased.
This 15th day of January, IBM
LOUISE BIO '
HARRY ZUKERNICK
Attorney for Administratrix de
lion is Non
420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla.
2/B-13-2U-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ACE MOVING CO., it SIM N W. 24th
Ave., intends to register said name
with the Clerk ol the circuit Court
of I lade Countv, Florida.
PAUL BERLIN
I 6-13-20-27
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 156372
PAUL Dl CANDIA, Plaintiff
LUCY i'l CANDIA. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: LUCY Dl CANDIA, St Monroe
Street. New York 2, New York.
YOD ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you in the
above entitled causa and you are here-
lo required to serve a oopy ol your
Answer to the Hill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorneys, and file the orig-
inal In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the Dtb
day of March. 19M, otherwise a Decree
Pro Contango will be entered against
you.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH F'LORIDIAN.
DATED at Miami, Florida, this 30th
day of January, 196S.
B. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Clreurt Coart
By: M. C. OREFIN
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
PALLOT, SILVER MIILLOT
Attorneys for Plaintiff. 804 Ingraham
llulldlng. Miami. Florida
2/6-1S-M-27
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PAGE G B *JeMn*>d&*!L 3^?m\ Savings And Loan Groups Here Among Nation's Largest The >eini-annual tabulation of 1 u e 50 largest Savings and Loan Associations in the nation reveals that three of the associations in this area are on the list. The tabulation is based upon assets as of December 31. 1952. Jos eph If. Lipton. past president of the Florida Savlings, Building |and Loan League and president of D a d e Federal, -ted here that the Mree Create! r iami associations are: First Fed era! Savings and Loan Association o: Miami, Miami Beach Federal ings and Loan Association and Federal Savings and Loan Association of Miami. \--<-tof the nations 50 largesl Associations total more than three on. three hundred and ninetyM i n illion dollars Lipton s;,id the outstandingI th oi the Savings and Loan Associations in this area is a good ati n that people want and | the services of these instill must be remembered at & Loan A i iations i but functions promot. thr It and providing economical he expli li such institutions pro• al ii twi thirds ol the financ ing foi H nership mmgterFTAWm Hear Patrolman Mrs Maurice Dann. pr chairman ol the I nmto Nursery School PTA, announced this week that Patrolman W D Voges, originator ol Dope) Duck, will present a discussion on. 1 school Children The talk is scheduled for Wed nesday. February 25th. 8 15 p.m. at the Hauler Granada Jewish Com munity Center. lipton B'nai B'rith Lodges Join Armed Forces Blood Program The lodges and chapters ol B'nai B'rith in (Ireater Miami hare join i Teach Safetj To Pre ,.,i forces in i week long Mood don or program for the Armed Forces The local drive it part "I .i BJ tional Armed Forces Blood Donor Program instituted b] Prank GoM man. national president of the or-' ganization. Leo Steinman, of Miami Beach. B'nai B'rith national representative (or men. has been named chairI man of the (ireater Miami Blood Donor Program Steinman has set I goal of 1,000 pints of blood for 1 the week beginning March 2nd. He emphasizes that the program is non denominational and that all are invited to participate William Gladstone has been named Special Gifts chairman for the program In addition, many restaurants here have volunteered to give dinners to those who donote blood during the week. During the week a number of mobile units will be scheduled at various locations here The (ir-t will be at the Biscayne ESementarj School, 77th Street and Dickens Avenue, from 2 p m. -A \ Rabbi Becker Downtown Spiritual Leader Announcement was made this week by Julius Sapero. president of the Downtown Synagogue, of the appointment of Rabbi Arie Becker as permanent spiritual leader Shown above are Mra. Helen Sanders, n tive for women in the B'nai B'rith veterans nrJ. m^oi^no Qn^ini r?; -u_; F Io qram ? inm roin rm "\\r\v V?3i ina DI % 3 Gladstone, Special Gift* chairman; and leo^^' national representative here who will participate 111 ^ long blood donor program sponsored by B'nrt H'l'J nnrl rhnnt#r in ^renter Mi,; al B: l ATTENTION O R G A N I Z A TIoTT New Building Available For Meetings and WEST MIAMI MASONIC LODGE 1075 SW 67tk Completely A.r Conditioned Comfortable Th.r. c. Kitchen Facilit.es "'" Ml FOR INFORMATION CALL 4-6013, 4 5747 or m* Artists Exhibit Paintinqs llvre list \ li Sachey and Dr • r oi the Hotel Leonard, %  heir paintii %  •' lituti tl Work i ton Av%  : Di Gerber's works are plaj al thi '. %  ,poyn *ty inn ,npvon ina -ioru,i ijjiyo JO jo in UK I WANT MY MILK •EL BARL'CH AMERICA" %  .. 1 Mil % %  Ml: Above is a Hebrew version of God Bless America as translated by Mr. Jacob Fishman, of 5334 LaGorce Drive, Miami Beach. The song was first performed over the Jewish Forum of the Air on January 25th. Simon Seiden is director. '/% /> INSURED SAVINGS Free 1 fun bear parfciesj at Miami Parting Garaae, 224 S. Miami Ave Bonk by Mail at fbe Industrial SAYINGS BANK FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" MOk "MTlk Products" Deere Pxetscted TEL. 2-2*21 Greater Miami Delivery VUt Our Para at n. of lird ftd. A npp.r Creek aevinse famine to LiONARD L ABESS, Ptlilj'ijl 110000 k, Federal AllAID-l •. ^ Deposit liuru. *• W. r-Kigler 5t. le.lnoe Rent t The eWk r Mi AMI % tlAB POUND fJC'lC ( S. W. 2nd Ave. at S. W. 1st St. ... A Downtown Location, Close to Everything! Nicely Appointed Rooms. Air-condi' tioned Rooms are Optional. Bonquef Rooms and Sample Rooms! '* L:.i % % %  %  %  e£ COMQ DINING ROOM COCKTAIL LOUNGE WORRY About Your FOOD A Complete Caterino Sertrtce Beautiful Hora D'oeuvree Made to Order ^^ Rental of CHINA SILVERWARE LINENS Entertainment and all other det.il. arranged for your PHOr^f1 /VUGUST BROS DVf Is r r.i m ^ r' • YOUR INCOME TAX • PREPARED %  a> j CORWCTUY j. £. MARQUA FEDERAL TAX CONSULTANT MIAMI REAL ESTATE MART 750 "•• %  di OPEN 9 A M. TO 8 P.M. PHONE'4PJ STAR of DAVID MEMORIAL A JtWISH CAKDEN OF HMUl Mill Bernard E. Sup worth. Prts. 58th ST. 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PAGE 14 A *jmist>f***#!*!L HUDAY, FEBRU A | r JOIN! STUDY COMMITTEE PROPOSES JIB DISSI n the iMlliiiuuii,' *..... %  into has completed a report of its rethrough December 5. 19o2 cent evaluation of the Jewish Vo New Amencar rational Service, it has been announced by Leo A. Chaikin. chairman of the Committee. a communication prefacing Other Clients of JSSB Community Referrals ,35 of the JSSB. Shall I'.' ,-.cned ,o .., ;1 „„ther agency in the community. 112 the Jewish Social Sendee Bureau. j which is most suited to carry on Total 476 this work. A M .on,, ol the (i"fdattneo !" snupu. >.. !" l££^ orgi ^ons and llM ex-IUnd millions of innocent men, <,uded in the study for services ^ <*""£ 'Z^^T* erted favorable influence to create >0 men and children in Eastern thev rendered to the agency and ma> reqi v •_ 2 A smal number of other cli community interest in the vocaEurope and in Israel who have beBeach Center Young Adults Install Officers to the community in fulfilling tne i'he'jSSB-perhaps one or tionally hand.capped person objectives for which the agency *a m £ in pljl ,,, v. as established ment service. The Studv Committee was com. Posed of the following represent I 3 The J\ S in recent month> lives of agencies affected by the become increasing ***£* program of the JVS: Federation^ handicapped persons Sources Leo Chaikin. Joseph Duntov, Mrs of referral vvere: Vocational ReStanley C. Myers and Mrs Milton habitation Service. Chamber of Sirkin JVS-Emil Could. Dave Commerce. Department of WeiCatsman. Melvin Weinkle and Leo fare. Rabbis, community agencies Axelrod: JSSB-Herbert Scher. Dr and voluntary applications Emanuel Pushkin and Mrs Aaron 4 Through the Workshop man) New Americans, who could not Irwin otherwise find employment, were placed on jobs under the supervision of the Workshop staff Aa result of the intensive study, the Committee made the foilow ing recommendations 1 The JVS has completed the task for which it was created on an emergency basis — the placement ol New Americans—and. therefore. Farr: and GMJCC—Stanley C Myers. Milton Friedman Katz. The Jewish Vocational Service • as established in May. 1950. to reduce high relief COStS of the li cal New American program Alter six months of operation, the Community Planning Committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation recommended that JVS be come targets of heartless and ty rannical forces." The Conference, whose actions signalled the opening of United Jewish Appeal campaign activity in more than 5.000 communities throughout the country, also voted adoption of a main resolution callRabbi Irving l-ehrman. spiritual jng on .. free men everywhere" to leader of the Miami Beach Jewish support i srac i f or lts "courageous Center, installed newly elected attjtude in lh e face of totalitarian officers of the Center Young Adult prcssure •• Group on Sunday evening, in the The resolul j on presented to the Social Hall i con ference bv I'JA National ChairBob Stone, president-elect, heads man Joscph Holtzman. of Detroit. the new slate of officers. Others .. reaffirms n e determination of are Arlene Weisblatt. vice presi, he ,nited Je vish Appeal to codent: Rosalyn Elbaum. recording operate with Israel in providing a secretary: Phylias Goldstein, cor haven 0 f refuge to those Jews who responding secretary: and Don i succeed jn escap j n g from the countries of Eastern Europe" and re The UJA General termed the Soviet attack "an sault on the free world," that the Communist governs] "have corrupted AbrahwiJ coin's observation that a state m not remain half free and in slave; they have resolved th*b| Soviet world shall be all slaw.' „on recommennea mat jvajw erminate lts operations by properly organised with officers 19 3 and a Board of Directors and that it be accepted as a beneficiary i encv for 1^51 '"„ „, ,. ,„„, derstanding and professional interThis was predicated on the fact .' ,,.. 2. The Study Committee felt that it required considerably more un Members of the group working on the Social Committee are Lucille and Debbie Graboyes. Phyllis Goldstein. Rae Klein. Arlene Weisblatt and Elaine Schwartzman pretation to determine the need for a vocational guidance program in this communitv or for extended that a large number of New Americans requiring employment ::-si>tance were still expected to come into the community." Chaikin .-aid. The study t it that the agency in the following two did an admirable job in fulfilling ( mmittee which will include repfunction Relief costs ol the f^ntatives of Federation, the JVS AcatfcVmv Adults To liar II llclinw news the UJA's pledge "to help Israel consolidate its democracy and freedom." In daring "to offer refuge to Jews seeking to leave Eastern Europe" and in thus defying the Soviet and Satellite governments, the resolution declares. Israel has become "the latest victim of Soviet calumny "This National Inaugural ConRabbi Alexander S Gross, prin • 'acement of the handi cipal of the Hebrew Academy, an capped group. nounccs a new -eries of Adult He ference of the United Jewish Apw^\ more intensive surrey should brew classe-under the ponsorship peal." the resolution states, "recbe conducted b) this or another of the Academy Adult Institute ords with pride the dignified stand The initial course. Beginners' He-1 of the democratic State of Israel S brew began on llondas even in the face of Soviet attacks and Jewish Social Service Bureau were Sard and any other agency afing. 8 p.m. Sessions are scheduled vituperation lowered from a high of S8.000 in fected '•> '"•'*' progrenu, the -ur weekly The resolution carried with it a June. 1950. in serving fiftj New %  %  lertaken as soon as Conducting the course will be proviso that it be forwarded to American families I less ; siDle Thc g urvey should also [Miss Shoshanna Spector. Hebrew President Eiaenhowtf and to Secthan SI.700 in May of 1952 at ul lll( : % %  %  %  evaluation ol the Work Academj instructor and coauthor reiary <>t State John Foster Dulles. whiA time more than 150 new ration and its place in the ol Hebrew Made Easy Sunday's opening of the Appeal's American families resided here vocational progra |Miss Spector is heard here each 15th successive nationwide drive By the end of June. 1952.it be4 A consultant b. %  iged to week over station WMBM on the also focussed attention on the ther the survey, and up to SI.program. Let Learn Hebrew, in UJA's 1953 need for $144,524,250 '"" '" !' r x from the conjuncliop with her weekl) to finance the urgent rescue, sctlo thc feature in The Jewish Floridian. Uement. welfare and rehabilitation •l\.s lor its I, %  :> Pendh ilta ol this turtle in eluded in the 1953 < Jew ISRAEL'S NEWEST FLOUR MILL A contribution of SI00,000 toward the establishment in Israel of a School of Economics end Social Science has been made by Joseph Cherner, industrialist and philanthropist, ol Miami Beach and Washington. D.C. The school, which will be the first of its d in Israel, will be estabed :n memory of Eliezer : Ian, Minister of Finance 3 died last July. '12 Association Mil/ Sponsor HvirvHhmvntH The 52 Association i I Greater Miami. Women's Auxiliary, sponsors of weekly parties in the wards and recreation hall of the Veterans Administration Hospital tor the past five years, are now enlarging,, the scope ol its endeavors In cooperation with the Service men's Center £tage Door Canteen, the association ha^ volunteered to carry under its auspices the refreshments for a party to be given in the Miami Beach Auditorium on Sunday. February 22nd. when some 1500 servicemen and servicewomen will be present Mrs Jessie O Marcus, president of the 52 Association Women's Auxiliary, has appointed Mn Frank Steinberg as chairman of the Refreshment Committee, with Now Human Relations Aid§ I JKlfl By AM Education human relation | terials produced by the Ant> amation League of B'nai I have been included in the I ommended List Of Current] ials For Your Professional! of the Eighth Annual Sup Conference held in Gainesnlk | The list is for the us* of! visors of Public Instruction ADL materials include the I The Troublemakers, which i es the forces of intolerance il United States today i League's Freedom Pamphk Children Too Be Free, by Dr. I ard A. Lane, and How Do 1 Talk About People, by Irving L. Lee. Also listed as available the ADL is the new book.' Learn What They Live, by I" Trager and Mr R Yam* cribing the finding of the I delphia study on prejudice! young children ICirn tinl Hurt*] To Share RabH Skop'n Pulpit Reverend Joseph Barth. M First Unitarian Church of will share the pulpit i*J Morris A. Skop at a spccttlj night Sabbath Sen ice in M Brotherhood Month tonisM ruary 20th. 8 15 p.m.. at theMj Gables Jewish t enter. Reverend Barth's subject" Kingdom Of David. W I Shabbat following servicei %  sponsored by the InterW< mittee of the Center wName New Aides To Red Cross Drive j The largest flour mill history began operatiorts^h ??*** 1* !" !" '* *** Mrs. William Zeffert and Miss Lou: mil !' k ? own as Tachan. ise Bushing as co-chairman Thirty members of the 52 Astion will •, • n tbmenl ts i in Un vicemena l % % %  i Si u Doi i i ere this week. The ultra-modern >ecially designed and equipped Particular emphasie has been with the newe., ^Z'V^f. d i 9^ •**** Clarence L Mott &*H dale and B Hiram BtoW been appointed to key pj Red Cm* fund cam ^ begins on March Wugj, an announcement by i'" erson. general chairman. Lott has ^P'f ( t %l, of the drive in the t J) Stockdale is ^he du 'l teams in Dade Count) porated arras ^rfl Blakey will be cni professional and spert vision. ol surrounding villages.



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PAGE 4 A *Je*is*ncrJdlk*n_ Published every Friday iinee 1927 by the Jewnh F oridian at 12C N. E Sixth Street. Miami 18. Florida matter July 4. 1930. at the Post 1879. ^Jeni5tHcfUiJr OFFICE end PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 21141 2-8212 *WWWWWW^^^*^*^fWw TbeJ.wW.1 ',;'.;K ruth Presi Association. S t One Year B S C R I P $3.00 T | 0 N RAT Two Years E S IS.OC During The Week... A BT LEO MINDL1H 8 I St IN FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor a nd Publisher 1EO MINDLIN News Editor Russia Break* Relations Russia's break with Israel is a final act of intimidation which clearly demonstrates that Kremlin threats in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem have gone unheard. The provocation was essentially a matter of minor significance. Since the death of stripedrants diplomacy, wrangling nations have ignored far greater examples of hostility. This do#8 not mean to say that the bombing of the Soviet legation was either advised or intelligent. But we do take the position that this terroristic action merely served as a convenient excuse for the Russians and that they would have sought another to affect c break now. No coubt. Foreign Minister Moshe Shared has for o long time been aware of the political strain between ihe two nations. No doubt, also, he has been attempting to avoid the situation's coming to a head. The Israel Government's concerted effort to uncover the terrorists and its immediate, profound apology to Soviet officials in Moscow ere proof of this fact. Principally at stake are the lives of some 2.500,000 Jews behind the Iron Curtain for whose free passage from the USSR Mr. Sharett should have liked to bargain. Now that the Kremlin has called for the withdrawal of the Israel legation from the Soviet capital, there remains little than can be done ior those Jews. We do not believe that the cvoidance of last week's provocation would rave essentially altered the situation. Russia's policy of preventing free exit applies to all its c:tizens. It is hardly conceivable that the Kremlin would make an exception of the very people its leadership now chooses to murder systematically. It is clear, however, that Mr. Sharett and ~:.rr.e Minister David Ben-Gurion sought to _eep open even the slightest avenue of escape. rhe Communist move to sever relations with Ihe Jewish State was Moscow's final effort to move Israel into the Eastern orbit. Long reccgnizing its failure in this regard, it is now courting the Arab League and German Fascists 1-irough a brutal campaign of anti-Semitism. The open break merely clears the air for s.epped-up atrocities and placates the feelings cf Russia's latest allies who could not understand the Soviet war against Zion in the face cf Jewish representation at Moscow. Adar 5. 5713 Volume 27 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20. 1953 ,„ TWO RECENT COLUMNS, I DlSCUSSer, beset the editors of English Jewish newspane *** fell to he the purpose of such publications and .' Number a lnlin ,acy readers entertain toward them is'ih PUTTING THE KEYSTONE IN PLACE properly balanced weekly. I defined "proper hi '"^ relationship between worldwide news and local it e *M that the editor's failure to achieve such a rclat.nk """^ • of his journalistic inadequacy but of the constant ^ • u.i.r a-ainst a confused readership. w bn { This confusion is a product of acute intellect* personal design The subscriber to an English w h ':-J^7\ 4 reads the publication of his choice because he ne 1 '%& large, he finds little or no notice in the metroS,?* 1 • .' national and international events pertaining i.Vj Pf **" comes its weekly appearance in his home becaustl! presented with extensive reports in its columns of i, r* iurtioni that combine his traditional and religloi jj *" experience of daily living in a total community "^ The .subscriber's awareness, however, becomes dului essential motive. His hunger for news of Jewish im \ fleeted in his identification with some specific oaZ9 regard, he turns amateur publicist and bombards the Z9 items reporting even the most insignificant function taV publication assumes the role or a bulletin board fartU demand for a newspaper in the fullest sense is deuiTJ! flagging search for personal notice. This search is singularly confined to the Engli Timidly, and with utmost deference, he approaches ZL newspaper for similar notice. When denied, he withdraw, an.l expresses great "understanding". The large dailv >tL reading. But his approach to the English-Jewish publuata! ed by a completely different psychological set There hri and none may put him off. His "intellectual awareness | the function of the paper is to report all occurrences as L Jewish factor obtains. The editor can have no choice ua his purpose is merely toerve the immediate interest of tan A Laurel For JVS THIS STRANGE PSYCHOLOGY IS THE RESULT *, stranger attitude. The professional wall that puts the sub distance from the city desk of the metropolitan daily dis -, offices of the English Jewish publication bv \ irtue nf a <.i. ,T C TT: y "T2 r eP r, u r ^ mmend ; 'ntimacy. He places great emphasis on the faci,ha,t B n ing the dissolution of the Jewish Vocational with this as a significant lever, he tears down all editonij Service must be commended for its forthright made in the name of journalistic discrimination and obuaH honesty and courage. The combined study of major organizations here called for cessation of the agency's operation a a result of the considered opipion that JVS had successfully accomplished its job., iV J"X 4 t V* *"J *K %  • *H a& .r^ m& .a. & -_ l_ ll T 1 I number of displaced persons arriving in our community by offering them job opportunities and facilities for refugee rehabilitation. by virtual blackmail. This sort of bludgeon-like public relations denies his i terest in the English Jewish press as an organ of news^. The concern for stories reporting Jewish events beeoraai hoax superceded by the publication of a local organuauorti Gaining a dominant position, the calendar finds a parasitM rounded on an emergency basis, the Jewish turn, feeds on it the area resident, often not a subscnber.i Vocational Service dealt with a significant personal social notice merely to feed an irrepressible vawtj., As news editor oi The Jewish Floridian. 1 must deal ittj organizations demanding coverage of their activity I must4 countless persons who have assumed the responsibility*' chairmen" for these organizations. (The duphcative processl The study indicates that the agency saved, leads to great difficulty, especially when the individual chi the Greater Miami area hundreds of thousfort as an agent receives no mention.) I must finally deal] ands of dollars through its well-functioning pro !•" men and women who subtly extort social notice as" gram. Egually important is the fact that it sugfaithful renewal of their subscriptions. gested the dissolution of an organization after its purposes have been fulfilled. JVS must be cited for a job successfully acCritleal Itonil Meeting The National Committee for Bonds of Israel will hold an emergency meeting here on Sunday. Emphasized will be the stepped up antiSemitic campaian by Russia aaainst Jews bemnd the Iron Curtain and the Soviet diplomatic break with Israel last week. The national bond orqanization is sendinq >t8 biq auns here for the Sunday meetinq Julian B. Venezky. Sam Rothberq and Henry Montor will outline the essential means for combatting this latest challenge to Jewry This intensive demand for local coverage obviously raaWJ tion of a significant amount of wire dispatches impossible W week. The Jewish Floridian appears stuffed by an inordioalfl such coverage, with national and international ncwsevwitsl~ complished. The agency should also be comin ihe sea of personal gratification. I fully believe that real menaed because it entered into the spirit of J w1h Floridian have a perfect right to be given the sort i refusing to prolong an unneeded program for mwr ,hev desire. But clearly, the paper is not universal!! i the sake of maintaining its identity. near a Rood bit of distaste expressed over its imbalance. Mount Sinai Jubilee We have frequently used these columns tc %  call upon the community's support of various Hanll> (l ( he rc '' that his own hand ha^ shaped tit local organizations. Amonq them has been c nt, nt The convenient divorce closes the cycle, wit* Mount Sinai Hospital. "intellectual awareness" causing him to be critical and I ONCE THE SUBSCRIBER — WHETHER AN INDIVID Sanitation or a synagogue — has performed his function si !'. 1 \'! S l ? ack and dc P lores what is the combined result oi I haped the r causing -larded aj a rank amateur i ^"hrJ^iJi9 ^'!!'"!? 115 l P*"^V,r n sub-wber is willing to sacrifice his personal ached .1J t M p u S c J / d Annual ,ubilee "' ak l added worldwide material. Equally gu.lt> in %  furthpr H Seems to us ,hat an many s vl *oguM and their affiliate groups here. I hi The Israel Bond campaign has already rais ach,Pv.mf ? 3S n he medlca institution's in !"!" na\y horrified oy a professional sort of publicity e* ed more than S150.00fj.000 for the eccLmt h?!! T S unne "ssary. All residents of ""*'<" 'hose spir.tual centers. Theirs is the loudest cr,d expansion of the new state In itself this iT n tv haVe been bene,1,ed h Y Mount Sinai's T KnR,,sh J w,sh "^'spapcr that reflects the current oisWj significant amount of doUars to b i-ecNcJ in nw ,\ ^ ^ r ano,he Gnd !" well JE ^H targe,y i({nored >' our ie,r, w ,an *1 dustrial development. But" t^t tfi SUASSS^ *" !" !" amoS &£ TVl IS f=—J^JZZ^d dustrial development. But i is only a sum in light of the fact that the campaign is ; !" w „ Ie along i,s mid mark and that S350. 000.000 of the issue still remains to be bought. The bond drive can hardly be expected to gain momentum in the face of a proportionally waning index of purchases. The Sunday meeting, we trust, will do much to awaken United States Jewry's responsibility in this regard It is to be hoped that the pleas of Maryland Governor Theodore McKeldin and dramatic actor Ldward G. Robinson will establish a more complete understanding of the currently critical situation among leaders gathered here from all ports of the country. Israel's economic and military problems were certainly acute in previous years. But Russia's latest diplomatic moves and veiled threats represent a challenge to free men everywhere; especially are they a challenge to • V • H'?"Jllinence nmnnn c u i— — --• w mr i-iassriiiiiii.s ui 1111'"'hospitals in the South. among Schools. And theirs is the greatest wrath raised when The ltwKh.n M .< J i m l T the ^P 011 f e^n the most minor event. of it. !" "i S l' C is larc,el y ,he result „ T h '****** shouts: PeacePeaceBut there is %  and If r-^, I m d!Cal rese arch programs M s for a ne wspaper of which he can be properly proud I nl, COnUnued Policy of rendering free and T r r 8niz that h > intruded on the understanding of part-free assistance whenever necessary Th %  c,,nfuses desire with utility and that he shows W*J Jubilee. Mount Sinai's major fund raisina !,,„/ lZ rtm f P"i" %  re with that fa?, mpreSS us yond guest.on ^"hJS Mid h f — no %  pf* ,n American ratification of the in Genocide Convention. The Indiania RfP" ing to a telegram • .pohs Jewish C** tion* Council, s* 0 afraid that I can |MK remedy in our Genocide Treaty ratifie* piard remedy was to-unity and wot* in every way *"" .| its power to tort**•""



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../ BRUARY 20, 1953 •• *-*/<#> ntv-Mtyr PAGE 5 A [Breaks Relations With Israel; lust Stand Behind Jewish State L from P9 I A Bashed aside tawjj r protestations. Soviet ._: trie Make Further Demands For Change In Lav/ Continued from Pje 1 A Ler Andrei Vishir.sky s( rU Ml notice of the S-i minister, Shmuei e ,old him of the So,„ to withdraw its dipLenUttves from Israel rted the Israel legation leavl Soviet territory hV handed the Israeli Israel Governments r the bombing, assertich ap<^ogies were incover up the traces of ,mitted against the Soand to f^ape the reof the Israeli Govern„is evil deed." The note at public statements of parties in Israel" were t he USSR and "bear procharacter." asserted that the the Soviet Legation in ias carried out by "crimthe obvious connivance The note declared that jversally known" and an fact" that the Israel it had participated in ,tic fanning of hatred toward the Soviet an incitement to hostile lainst the Soviet Union." singled out the stateForeign Minister Moshe the Knesset last month f inciting anti-Soviet je bombing of the legates the lack of elementary in Israel for normal activities of representaie Soviet Union," the note apfincd in the Soviet Empire. The Israelis were expected to ask Switzerland to represent their interests in Moscow while the Rusj Ham Langer announced the sians were expected to have the i pointment of Senator Arthur WatBulgarians act for them in Israel, kins as chairman of the Senate Bulgaria alone of the Soviet satel-1 Immigration Subcommittee. The lites in Eastern Europe was not I Subcommittee expected to follow the Soviet ex\ Senators R. C. ample and break off relations with | ctt Dirkson. Arthur Herman Wcl Dominican Leaders To Bring Soviet, Jewish Issue Before UN Assembly darity" friends. Continued from Page 1 A from its democratic USA To Lead Israel. Czechoslovakia, Poland and A request to President Eisenwill also include j hower to designate February 24th, Hendrickson. Ever-1 as Protest Against Soviet AntiSemitism Day, was made in Wash Rumania were expected to emulate the Russians in short order. gore and Estcs Kefauver. Motives Mysterious Senator Langer named himself Why the Russians chose such a %  chairman of a special subcommittee dramatic final closing of a chapter i to investigate the problem of refin Soviet-Jewish relations that had u 8 ees and escapees. This subcom kcr, John M. Butler, Pat McCarran. ington by Congressman Isidore James O. Eastland, Harley M. Kil-! Dollinger, of New York, in a resolution submitted to Congress. her Unites To Break (officials were unable to j polemics with the Comrto reply to some of the legations in the manner in ley should have been anDver Israel, and throughentire Jewish community j world, hung awareness Tat to the safety and well the 2.500.000 Jews con[Jacob Journal mature jrial History torial and verbal descripic beginnings and growth Rogation lii'th Jacob since lization over 25 years ago the feature of a journal ill be issued in conjuncthe Founders' Day cele|of the institution. isearch and compilation of irial are in charge of Mor% ank. president of the ConI, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, leader, and Leo Meyer, chairman. mrnal will distributed at mial banquet honoring the on March 1st. Aaron Lerleneral chairman. Joseph in charge of reservations J. Si.nz is chairman of igram opened in 1948 when Russia sup ported establishment of the Jewish State remained as much of a mystery as why the Communists had launched their anti-Jewish campaign. "The precise goal of the Politbureau's anti-Semitic drive may be subject to varying interpretations," the New York Herald Tribune said editorially this week, "but obviously it is moving according to a ruthless plan." The editorial declared that "the speed with which the pressure was built up indicates an urgency greater than that which long-range plans for infiltration of the Arab world would demand; it suggests some sharp internal strains on the Soviet system such as those which, in Czarist days, produced the pogroms." The Manchester Guardian declared editorially that the Tel Aviv explosion was "clearly a pretext" for the Soviet action. The London News Chronicle said that the conclusion that must be drawn is that "the Kremlin has broken with Israel in pursuance of an anti-Semitic policy and for reasons with little bearing on the explosion. The London Daily Mirror said that Russian, "in writing off Israel, is going all out to woo the Moslem; world and cause trouble." Foreign experts in Washington! voiced agreement this week that the actual reason for Moscow's break with Israel was not the bombing of the Soviet Legation in Tel Aviv, but the opportunity that presented itself to bring the Soviet campaign against the Jews and Israel to a dramatic climax. These experts were all of the opinion that the anti-Jewish campaign in the Soviet Union and in the satellite countries would now be intensified. miller includes Senators Watkins, The resolution also called upon the American people, and particularly patriotic and religious groups, "to -voice their concern for Watkins. | the Jew j sn victims and their proHendrickson, Kilgore, and John\ ,„„,„ „„„;„,. &f c.,; nrfUh*Mm ston. Senator Hendrickson was ing that necessary action be taken by the United Nations, to the M that the Soviet plan of persecution and race murder may be halted. Both houses of the New Jersey states legislature adopted identica 1 resolutions condemning the Soviet Union for "beastly and inhumane persecution of Jews in the Communist countries. The resolution also urged President Eisenhower. the State Department and Congre:^ to condemn the persecution ar..' "use every means at their cor.' mand" to halt it. In London, according to JTA di patches, a plea to the British Go. ernment and the other Western named chairman of the Civil Rights Subcommittee. Senators Dirkson, Walker, Kefauver and Hennings are also in this body. Senator Arthur V. Watkins, of Utah, newly-appointed chairman of the Senate Immigration Subcommittee, said this week he was willing to "review" the McCarranWalter Immigration Act in keeping with President Eisenhower's request but that he did not think the act was a failure. He added, however, that it was up to the White House to propose specific changes in the Act. "I voted for the bill and to override the President's veto and I'm not willing to say the law is a failure," Senator Watkins said. "However, my mind is not closed and I'm ready to consider concrete proposals to change the law." Senator Herbert H. Lehman disclosed that a bill would be introduced in the near future to "d/astically revise" the controversial Act. tests against Soviet anti-Semitism i Allies to open their doors to t K .:to delegates and representatives of I immigration of Jewish refugee, the United States and other counfrom Eastern Europe was made by tries to the United Nations, as well as to appropriate officials of the United States Government, urgChanin To Speak For lHt'ut'1 ttondtt Nathan Chanin, who several months ago visited Israel at the invitation of the United Jewish Appeal, will speak on the econ omic conditions of that country on Friday, February 20th, 8:15 p. m., at the Lyceum. Chanin. who is general secretary of the Workmen's Circle now visiting here, will deliver the lecture on behalf of the Workmen's Circle Bonds for Israel Committee of Branches 692. 699 and 1050 and their Women's Clubs. JNF Project Will Plant Forest For Martyred Children A special meeting was announced this week by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, president of the Jewish National Fund Council, of all representatives from Zionist groups of South Florida for Wednesday, February 25th, 8 p.m., at the North Shore Jewish Center. Children of all religious schools of the area will be called upon to participate in the planting of a Forest For The Unknown Child, honoring martyred children of the last two decades. The project calls for the planting of one million trees as part of the Forest Of Six Million Martyrs in the Jerusalem Corridor in Israel. Plans will also be completed for the Flower Day observance which will take place here on April 13th and 14th. A new Israeli film. Hope From The Huleh, will also be shown. Abram Chasins Will Be Commentator At University Symphony Program March 4 mmmtm Wo u/a the first contem Abram Chasin will be commen tator for the next preview of the University of Miami Symphony Club program in Wednesday. March 4th, 8:30 p.m., at the Dade V "lunty Auditorium, Mr. Casins was one of the first casts. He was the first contem porary American composer to have Christian Groups Deplore Bigotry Forty prominent A m e r ican Catholics, including Secretary' of Labor Martin P. Durkin, two Senators and three college presidents, have signed a public statement de nouncing the Soviet anti-Jewish campaign and urging worldwide protests by governments and the United Nations. The statement was printed by Commonweal, leading Catholic magazine. The current issue of the publication carriers the statemen, the list of signatories a n d an editorial which declares: "It is particularly purai7 niticii\ii *." %  — — wnicn aeciares. n is panaMwiij his work performed by Arturo Tos-, important tna t non-Jews speak, for canini. Mr. Chasin has lectured ... -„I;J.-;.., „f fr Cfcosim 1..HIIII. *- %  %  %  % %  • %  at leading universities, is the auth or of many articles and has made extensive research. His findings have been incorporated in scientific and musical text books. Chasins was a member of the faculty of the Curtis Institute from 1926 to 1935, and of the Berkshire well-known art! Music Center at Tanglewood in Ists to play with | 194 o He became Music Director of the University of i vv*QXR, the AM-FM radio network of the New York Times, in 1943. Miami Symphony Orchestra. His in:iial appearance here was on February 3, 1936, when he per "***^^^^ Miss Picon On Jewish February 3, iwm. wnen ne i~-, — %  j. formed the Schuman Piano Con | Hour For Israel UOnOS certo. He appeared again on FebMo „ y picon internationally I ruary 2, 1937, with the Beethoven known star 0 f stage and radio, will Piano Concerto No. 3 in C minor. I ^ featuref } performer on Jacob The evening of March 4th will | schacters Jewish Hour thus Sunopen the symphony subscription | dav i 2 p.m.. over station WMBM. drive for the 1953-54 season. All Miss Picon, currently visiting here in behalf of the Israel Bond campaign, will discuss the importance __.^ ... ,(. ill-fill. %  a subscribers have until April 1st for renewing their subscriptions, ac cording to Mrs. Marie Volpe. Conof aia ; n g the new state in MM" cert manager. I omic and industnal development Born in New York City, Mr. plan. ^_ Chasins is the composer of over r*o i 100 published works used exten Heart CanVaSS UeiS isively in the standard concert and j Excess 0 f $5,500 there must be solidarity of free men in something like this. When Jews are threatened, we are threatened." The outbreaks of Anti-Semitism in* the Communist countries "un derline the importance of keeping Israel strong ai}d vigorous," Asso ciate Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas told the Jewish Welfare Fund of San Francisco this week. The Justice, who saw in the Soviet Union's action an expression of confidence in its strength, said that the Communists were working toward domination of the Middle East and considered anti-Semitism "a useful ally in a political approach to many of the people who inhabit the region." He stressed that "Israel is a far-flung outpost of Western civilization. Western culture. Western ideology" in the Middle East. the World Jewish Congress Executive committee. In identical letters addressed to the Allied governments, A. L. Easterman, political director of the WJC, pointed out that it would to inadvisable to keep the refugees i 1 West Germany in view of the revival of Nazism in Germany. In New York, the United Jewish Appeal leaders called on American Jewry to support the UJA's 1953 campaign to make possible the immigration of Jewish refugees from the Communist cou Itries to Israel, in the event ti".e Communist leaders heed Israel's appeal to let the Jews emigrate. The appeal, in the form of an advertisement in the nation's leadi newspapers, was signed by UJA General Chairman Edward M. M. Warburg and seven national chairmen. Opening the 1953 drive of the Women's Division of the UJA of Greater New York. Mrs. Eleano.' Roosevelt this week declared that it had shocked many people to suddenly "find behind the Iron Curtain the same kind of antiSemitism in action which the S viets condemned so harshly in t'.:e Nazi state." She added that "we have again the spectacle of people fleeing from oppression." The difference for the Jewish the State of Israel exists, and "these people know that there is a place to which thev can (">." S emphasized that "without the help of all of us" Israel cannot be mac e refugees today, she stressed, is that the kind of permanent home t.•:refugees need. In Stockholm, the JTA reported, the Federation of Jewish Communities in Sweden adopted a resolution expressing concern over the "anti-Semitic agitation spreading behind the Iron Curtain" and describing the latest Soviet anti-Jewish attacks as "a method terrible in its cynicism." The resoluti. I warned that the Jews of Eastern Europe are in immediate danger and urged "action to keep lltye the public feeling of revulsion at the latest Soviet propaganda." Saringn Montis iio To Hrotherhood E*ay WimmmrB Highlight of the Brotherhood observences of Nautilus and Ida If. Fisher Junior High Schools, Miami Beach, is the presentation of two $25 United States Savings Bends to the winners of an essay contest on a phase of Brotherhood conducted at each school by the Miami Beach Women's Chapter of B'r.at B'rith. The presentation ceremony will take place today, at 8:30 a.m.. in. the auditorium of each school. Participants in the essay contest o£ | these schools are the seventh, eighth and ninth grade student*, i In charge of the contest progra-i at Ida M. Fisher is Joseph A. Tuckin Washington, diplomatic exj er. student counsel sponsor. A.t perts quoted by JTA expressed in-, Nai creased belief in the connection i between Soviet anti-Semitism and ty member, isUn charge. Contest judges for each school "•"•i 8. F rmk teaching literature and internation I ally performed by foremost orchestras and soloists. jyj-j -,„,. Heart Fund. As radio artist, he was the first. ^ s ~. Bernard to initiate a Master Class of the acordmg teMr ^ ^^ ^ ^ £,," of SJSS."C2I < volunteer ladies. V, ,Zlwa nav canvass of hoin Europe and Asia. "It is a stan Valentines Da> c anvas ^ technique tQ resor( t0 tels and night clubs MKO in w ^^ wheneyer fl ^pe,,^ is needed to take the people's minds off internal troubles," one of them stated. Soviet fear of losing her command are Mr. Wilfred Rice, principal. Mrs. Satin, and Mrs. Charles Silvers, member of Miami Beach Women's Chapter, B'nai B'rith. foe Nautilus: and Tucker. Mrs. Ainiee Casey. English Dept.. and Mrs. Bernard Lowenthal, Chapter member. ?



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llie^isltUEItoiciidliiaun FLORIDA FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 20, 1953 SEC. B Our UN Newsletter By ARTHUR LEWIS Mtgress May Not Help \lke Change Mc Carran Act isident's Promise Seems >med; Walter In Attack |Q| ON FRIEDMAN li u;-ii Telegraphic .. Ini i jl\ i\ President Eisindicated in his State of kg | sage that he might (where Harry Truman left Ightin; I lie McCarran-WalI bigotry. However. Lbiican leadership in both anri House have made bat the} are not so enthusiLul helping the President K campaign prom|risi Act already called p'l firsl Nuremberg Law." ca:' %  i no^uestion that Men) has taken the first i enting his pledge., I... iring the campaign | k BC! "to get the big-1 of it." In his State of the j lessage, Mr. Kisenhower in-1 kd : a complete revision, j Act that "it does, inate." This brought oul'>ur>t from RepresenranciE. Walter, the Act's learlier tirade by Walter persons he described •$ fcsior.ii Jews" shocked (Americans. But it apparttid not disturb the Ceninal leaders of either majfty. This was seen when W. Martin, Jr., Speaker House, named a "watchlommittee to study the Imlion Act and included Wala member. Ironically, all [ members named to this tttee a'ss voted to pass the |:a t jtvilon Pi |ls \ow Home [" ol Miami ChapV Dl ilon Pi Fraternity ise on Red Road lirst fraternity [!i i. i] .. Alpha. B Id is scheduled to becording to Stanley [: 'Mho local chaonrw building will P I: will bc a two-story | h Ing 44 men. I breaking will |ace on March 1st. Arkin anH ad led that the house for occupation in Uer, Act over Truman's veto. They included, in addition to Welter, Representatives Louis E. Graham, Ruth Thompson, Patrick J. Hillings and J. Frank Wilton Who would watch the watchdogs? That's what liberals wanted to know when it was realized that every member of the committee favored the McCarran-Walter Act. Minority Leader Sam Ray burn came under fire from his own party after recommending Walter and Wilson. He was responsible for submitting to Martin the names of Democrats to serve on the body. The pressure was so great that Rayburn might be forced to drop Wilson and substitute a Jewish Congressman. Represen tative Emanuel Celler. Celler is former chairman of the Judiciary Committee and has had more experience with immigration matters than any other member of the House. He was one of the few to speak out against the McCarranon President Truman's Commission on Immigration and Naturalization. He told the Italian Catholic Migration Committee that the Act seemed to belie all the fine things America stood for. Monsignor O'Grady said "there is a great danger lest many Italians, on the basis of complete disillusionment in regard to our immigration legislation, may vote for the Communists in the next elecUNITED NATIONS -*> Just what is behind the mounting tension along the Israel-Jordanian border? This is a question which is being asked here by those diplomats with an interest in Middle Eastern affairs. During the past tew weeks, there has been an increase not only in the number of frontier incidents, but in their seriousness. These reached a peak recently with the mining of a section of the Haifa-Tel Aviv Railway, (he main arterial communication in Israel, which was carried out with the precision of a military operation by the Jordanians. The incident occurred in the vicinity of Kalkilya where the railway approaches the border; a police station on the Jordanian side opened fire to signal the approach of a freight train and also provided covering fire so that the saboteurs could escape after the train was derailed and some 200 feet of the track torn up. Fortunately, no one was hurt, but traffic on this main line was temporarily suspended. Obviously, this was not the act of some "guerillas" working on their own. It was a well planned coup which was carried out with the cooperation of the Jordanian authorities, if not at their behest. This incident is merely the outstanding example of what appears to be a calculated policy on the part of Amman to create as much trouble as possible along the border. There is a separate agreement between Israel and Jordan to prevent persons from cither side crossing the border, but during the la3t few weeks, Jordan has been honoring this treaty more in breach than in observance, and, if anything, has been encouraging infiltrators to enter Israel. This attitude puts the Israeli authorities in a difficult position; they have to wait for the Arabs to cross the border, then either try to arrest them, or chase them back across the border with the tion. It is conceivable that by rea: son of our immigration legislation, danger of crossing it themselves. Italy could go over to the CommuAs so often happens, the aggressors have the advantage. The Jornists during the next few months." damans are prepared with a story that the Jews have killed or woundA general Italian election, the ed some wretched Arab peasants who wandered into Israel by misfirst since 1948, is scheduled this I take, or that the Jews have invaded Arab territory and attacked Arab spring. The present pro-American I outposts, and so on. The Israelis, who are on the defensive, are not Government faces a bitter fight j ready with a report immediately and lose out in the propaganda battle. Of course, all these incidents are brought before the United Nation's Mixed Armistice Commission, and the "box score" there is well on the side of Israel. For instance, according to a commission report of October 8, 1952, Jordan was found guilty of 44 violations of the armistice agreement and Israel of one. But by the time the commission has made its findings, and the box score is out, everyone has forgotten about the particular incidents. Israeli representatives here believe that the h"igh*.cnpd campaign of border incidents was decided upon at a meeting of all the Arab members of the Mixed Armistice Commission at Amman last November. Apparently, the underlying purpose of this campaign is to create propaganda more than to cause damage: although damage has been dustries thus contributing to Italy's done in the case of the mining of the railway and the constant pilfer' overpopulation situation. ing of irrigation piping and pumping machinery along the Egyptian from the Reds, who claim 2,000.000 party members in Italy plus' powerful pro-Communist Socialist allies. Monsignor O'Grady said 'there is every evidence that the Communists will make full use of the discrimination against Italians" contained in the Act. The Act favors the Germans, including exNazis who caused much of the unemployment problem in Italy through destruction of Italian inWalter ideas. The appointment of the biased I overpopulation situation. in "watchdog" committee showed j Monsignor u lirady said the i border, c.ear.y that Democratic as well i ^^^^ charges against IsraeUoinvoke its United States that favors a conI utual security pact with Britain. structive immigration policy." Such a policy is supported by "the great majority of church leaders of all denominations," he added. Republican leadership seeks no quick revision of the Act. Leaders %  knew full well that the committee would have strong influence over any attempt to carry out changes which both Truman and Eisenhower have said should be made. The Senate displayed greater' dignity but only a slightly more promising attitude. Senator Arthur V. Watkins was appointed chairman of the new Senate Immigration Subcommittee. Watkins said he was willing to "review" the Presidential request but noted that he personally does not think the Act was a failure. This new chairman, i who replaces Senator McCarran. I voted with McCarran for the bill and to override the veto. Watkins did say that his mind was not closj ed and that he was ready to "cdnj sider" concrete proposals to change the law The Nazi-like ethnic discrimination in the Act is causing con! corn to leaders of the major religious faiths. An American Catholic priest said in Rome recently that disillwetionment over the Act seriously threatened to drive many Italians into Communist ranks. The priest was Monsignor John O'Grady, of Washington, D.C.. who served Lit i The propaganda side of it was revealed when Jordan took advanBritish whose only reaction was to call on both sides to avoid incidents It is felt here that the explanation of the present Israeli-Jordanian crisis is that the Arabs need propaganda badly to justify their opoosition to a peace settlement with Israel. __ LOOK for this SIGN M r H** displayed everywhere Demand ISRAEL KOSHER! Get What You Demand! "A Pound of Goodness in Every Ounce" et of the Mount Sinai Hospital Board oi Trustees, HerScher. and Marie Oscar, assistant director oi nurses, over the list of sponsors to the all-star Jubilee scheduled Jch 5th. at the Miami Beach Auditorium. The honor on the first floor oi the hospital, and new names are taiiy as contributions continue to come in. Israel National Kosher Sausage Co., Inc. 230 N.W. 5th STREET Phones 3-0721-2 — 3-4225 MIAMI FLORIDA Under the supervision of Rsbbi Joseph E. Rsckovsky and the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrutl



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L A y, FEBRUARY 20, 1953 ASKED TO HIT ANTI-SEMITISM luNITED NATIONS (JTA) — Forty-nine distinguished Americans L e d by the sudden rise of anti-Semitism in Russia and Eastern Lpc and fearing its spread to the Middle East and Germany, made lie a four point program of action submitted to President Eisener with the request that it be initiated by the United States and [united Nations in order to prevent disaster, he request for action was con— — d in a letter addressed to | the Assembly through its attempts Lident Eisenhower. Copies of [communication were sent to Secretary General Trygve Lie Ambassador Henry Cabot Xe. Jr., principal United States bate to the UN. Expressing | lest some 3,000,000 Jews be exId to physical violence, the sigIries requested the President: f To issue a solemn public conbiation and warning that this tk against the Jewish people is Incitement to massacre. L As a deterrent, to declare I the help of the United States PAGE 11 A to outlaw genocide, to end persecution of racial and religious groups and to end discrimination, as well as to create an international body of law based on the decisions of the Nuremberg war crimes tribunal, has both the right and the duty to act in this situation. The League's plea said that the difference in the situation between the Hitler regime's anti-Jewish activities and the present campaign is the UN's attempts, through its Lrms of funds. Point Four aid Ciia ? ter and f lewhere. to prevent [other forms of assistance will such Persecutions. withheld from any country | fch engages in such attacks. It'nil i lt~ r it It tills I. To make clear to the Arab I —^^ r Jd the importance of reaching | MwUt-Cn \ H'ttlitS !" al settlement of the Pales-1 WASHINGTON A total of I war as an end in itself and as i on f^. j" n Uquisitc to productive rela{Eg 0 J^JT 8 T by B 1" Vwi.h the United States. • ?£2 u ,, „ "uT f the t To place on the agenda rf gg JjJ*-* Be '' Um nd United Nations a proposal for establishment of a 'watchdog' nittec to prevent anti-Semitic pice anywhere as contrary to Charter of the United Nations khe principle of peaceful assopn between countries." communication underscored [the requests made are "in the Frank Goldman, president of B'nai B'rith, whose national headquarters are located here, presented $10,000 to A. H. Van Roijen, Netherlands Ambassador to the US for use by the Netherlands Government for flood relief. ne requests made are in the l %  t not merely of possible new HlSlOry May Repeat At Hialeah Saturday Slate Leaders' Conference On Israel In March NEW YORK A National Lead ership Conference to speed Israel's economic development in 1953, will be held at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington on Saturday evening, March 7th, and Sunday. March 8th, it was announced here by Rudolf G. Sonneborn, president of the State of Israel Bond Drive. The Conference, which will be attended by Jewish leaders from communities throughout the United States, will mark the official opening of the 1953 campaign for the sale of Israel Independence Bonds. Dr. Dov Joseph, Israel Cabinet Minister, is coming to the United States to participate in the sessions of the Conference. Dr. Joseph, who has been Minister of Commerce and Industry, is an authority on Israel's program of economic development. Israel Cabinet Discusses Implications Of Russian Diplomatic Break The Israel Cabinet has discussed the implications of the Soviet Union's rupture of diplomatic relations and'decided to make a statement in Pa/liament on the situation, it was officially announced. Inter-parly consultations on the statement have been in progress for several days and Premier David Ben-Gurion is expected to make one here soon tics, they agreed that Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett's speech in Parliament last month on the Soviet propaganda drive against Israel was responsible for the Soviet I action. Campaign Backfires The anti-Jewish campaign conducted by the Communist author ities in the Soviet part of Ger many has apparently influenced the i German youth to such an extent that the authorities saw it in Bei ns of a blood purge; they ac| with the highest purposes of national morality and interna1 peace." Among the signatorfe presidents of colleges, leadIf history repeats, and it very often does, Hialeahs $100,000 Widener tomorrow. February 21st, is j ltul.Ha.~i IIvails Men'* Club At Montievlla Park Milton Balsam was named president of the -'en's Club of Congregation Monticello Park at an election meeting last week. He will also act as vice president of the organization. Other officers elected are David Drucker, secretary, and william Svigals, treasurer. The Executive Board includes Harry Fertig. Morris Ratlof, Joel Miller, Max Levine and Al Lazar. The Men's Club will meet again on February 24th, at a Sweetheart Night, when members of the Congregation's Ladies Auxiliary will be honored. In charge of arrangements are Dan Abramowitz and Saul Bill. Meanwhile, four of the dozens of ,in to broadcast a special message suspects arrested in connection I t o the 3,000,000, members of (he with the bombing of the Soviet : German Communist Youth Orga I legation last Monday night will be iza tion urging them to make a di I charged with committing the crime. I t ion between Jews and Zionists. A number of persons have been released for lack of evidence, and a number are out on bail. Unless further evidence is produced against most of the 20 still in jail. they too will be released. A Communist Party member was detained for interrogation here when he was found near the Soviet legation with encoded documents. The legation officials have not yet requested exit visas for Rus The broadcast told the youth >f East Germany not to "hate the Jews" but pointed out that "the real enemy" was the Zionist movement. It stressed that the Soviet and East German constitution* banned anti-Semitism. At the same time, the broadcast quoted Hot cow news papers describing the leaders of the Israel Government ua "pack of mad dogs." (The New York Times reported sians returning to the USSR, and that the Soviet Government has it is expected to take several more adopted a policy of banning Jewish days before they are ready. In adtechnicians from strategic plants in dition, persons holding Russian dipi border areas. This policy is beir.a lomatic passports will be asked lo followed even in cases where it leave the country. They are known | means that such plants must oper to include the head of the Tass : ate less efficiently than otherwise, news service here, M. Kuvalov, the the report said.) director of a Russian archaeological mission, M. Zaitzav, and Archil „. --.... mandrate Polakir, of the Russian j Kalin Circle Will Orthodox Church. It was learned Meet* NaiTIP Offirorc that Moscow has not yet agreed! -* **• %  the church world, heads of : a toss-up between Crafty Admiral gica! seminaries, writers. Oil Capitol and Ken. fcrs and business leaders. New Epidemic group emphasizes in its cornRecords show that 11 of the last 12 Wideners have been won by i horses that placed in the McLen-i fton that the present policy nan a prcJiminarv stako run two fc Soviet Covcmment "could weeks ior to hc widencr lead to a new epidemic of Craft Admira| oj| Ca jt() anu ^" A plrt C Bu8wel1 --SRC 6 *** BONN (JTA)—An Egyptian attempt to blackmail West Germany into granting Egypt credits of about one billion dollars as the price of Egyptian silence on est West German-Israel restitu tion agreement resulted last week in the suspension of trade talks between the two countries. The German authorities here said the talks in Cairo had been suspended because of "exaggerated Arab demands", but the Germany mission headed by Dr. L. Westrick, Bonn's Secretary of State for Economic Affairs, was instructed to remain in the Egyptian capital. The Bonn government had been prepared to offer Egypt credits up to about one hundred million dollars and had looked to an agreement with Egypt to ease criticism in the Arab States of the German pact with Israel and to abate opposition by West German industrialists to the Luxemburg agreement Figuring prominently in 1953 plans of the Joint Distribi.. tion Committee, which wera adopted at the 38th JDC Annual Meetina in New York City January iOth, was aid lo Jews in Moslem lands like this Jewish tot (upper left), in a JDC-supported hospital in Teheran, Iran; to thousands cc aqed, ill and handicapped newcomers to Israel (uppai right), now being cared for by Malben, JDC program on bahalf of "hard core" newcom ers to the Jewish state; and tens of thousands in Europa WLI such as these happy youn; •— -^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ sters (lower left) at a JDC-su • %  ported orphans' home in France. JDC receives the funds for its relief, resettlement and re construction operations from the United Jewish Appeal. More than 500 delegates from Jewish communities throughout the United States are expected to hear Senator Herbert H. Lehman deliver the featured address at the Hotel Astor in New York City.



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PAGE 2A Air Crash Kills 46; Miamians Are Now Identified A National Airlines DC-6 crashed into the Gulf ot Mexki on Saturday, killing the 46 ; aboard. The plane's route includ4 : Miami and New Orlean. stopover in Tampa. The giant aircraft was only 35 minutes from its destination A heavy storm over the Gulf was <-d by company officials I r the tragedy Concentrated search of the crash area ha> thusfar yielded only 17 bodies of the 41 pas five crew members aboard these, only 12 are now positively identified Among the p Mrs Jean Diemar. 6795 SW 16:h Terrace Miami: Robert B Friedman, who had been here with his siting I ghter. MrP.jth Huru.-. • | SW 4th Street Mrs. lomon, i \. i • .;• Ifiami Beach %  Mrs S D are ..... 11 %  • survived by her hu%  rii barge ol Experimental* At rec ed bv r#in IV Bmm Theater 1^!^" The third experimental brll of one act. student-written plays of the University of Miami Drama De j partment's 1952-53 season will be prat—tad at the Box Theatre to night and Saturday. February 20th and 21st The one act plays are Bob Hil dreth's Merry-Go Round, directed bj Sally Singer and Mary Bryant; Eleanor Adams' Finale, directed by John Martucci: and Frank Kck blom'l Tars And Feathers, di Tickets io: lubilea are delivered to Mrs. Abe Biienbaum by Mrs. How-rd Kane. The Mount Sinai Hospital Jubilee, which will be chaired by Ed Sufliv |Ota ,hls >"" %  ic a 4'j-hcur fund raiting shew with tor entertainers hom theand>nighi clubs in Ihe Miami area, as well as hom New York and H:'.. %  •• -zedVolunteer workers for the Jubilee have been busy taking orders fcr ::c.-:e:s answering requests and delivering keto as Mrs. Kane is doing here. liliflic Spirit Is In Rehearsal • '• Ann %  -• ad TO Dedicate New Dr Lookstein Here To Aid Yeshiva Campaign Dr Joseph H. Lookstein, oi New lional chairman of the %  %  •.. I y*i • Yeshiva • He will fei • %  R South Flori la %  i met to be Ireati spring n the ill adjoin tl Party For Laurel Court Mr and MrJoseph Sterner will sor a social and card party on Monday evening. February 23rd. at 8 p.m.. for Laurel Court No. 11. Order of the Amaranth The affair K-duled for the Odd Fellow, Ti -pie at 215 NW 4th Street Mi 35C Lincoln Road Mezzanine — Phone 5-5419 Entrance on Washington Ave. OCULISTS • Prescriptions Filled • Lenses and Frames Duplicated • Large Selection in Latest Styles Addition At Mt. Sinai Cemetery The %  %  %  •• held tion I :• %  • Maurice ti.". and %  %  -• %  n by H M Drewich, president oi the Mi ami Hebrew Si gation ami president of the Greater Mian-.. i i meter] Associa tion, owi operator Mi int Sinai. Historic of the ceme lerj will be given by 'hairman Simon.-. Other>peaking will be Sidney H F'almer. executive direc tor. and members of the Board of Directors The official dedication and conseeration will include: Psalm Recitation. Rabbi Swirsky and Cantor: Opening Prayer. Rabbi Shapiro Dedicatory Address, Rabbi April. Chanting Psalms, the Cantors Munches. Weingarten and Kelemer; and Closing Prayer. Rabbi Mescheloff Life Of Thomas Paine Discussed On Sunday Edward Clarke, of the faculty at the l'niversity of Miami, will %  peak on the Life of Thomas Paine on Sunday. February 22nd. 11 a.m.. at the Lindsey Hopkins School. Name Officers At Synagogue Reelected president of the I n Syi : iiius Sapiro Other officers are Abraham Bantz. 1st vice president: Morris ft mer, 2nd vice president: Louis Masken, tinancial secretary: Adolph Freedman. recording secre tary; and A S. Perl, treasurer Installation of officeriached* uled for Purim night. March 1st, when the Sisterhood will hold a : dance in honor of Rabbi Arie Becker. PEST CONTROL RATS • ROACHES • MICE • FLIES MEMBER OF B'NAI B'RITH" Call 2-1776 DAY WORKERS $5 & S6 and Fare COLORED MAIDS PART TIME OR FULL TIME IN PRIVATE HOMES SPECIALIZING Hotel Maids Porters Dishwashers ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. lit Ave. p h 9.5,07 No Charge to Employer THE FINEST SOAP! Cuts your cleaning time in hali 1 Made from pure coconut oil. W^bute^by H,L,rad. 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fpEBRUARYJOI^L +Jewish ThrHSnr, PAGE 7B Sets Sum For Mount Sinai Jubilee ers; Deficit Goal is $150,000 Dav~ the quota set by Chairman Leonard A. Ibcinj! met by most of the r working on the All-Star he given March 5th, at each Auditorium, for the D( Mount Sinai Hospital. ibilce chairman explained chairman of solicitations in the building industry and of Joseph Rose, a trustee, as chairman of the Hotel Division. Mrs. Stanley Frehling and Mrs. Leonard A. Wien, co-chairmen of the Women's Activities Committee. have been supervising the work of solicitor must obtain five the women volunteers, including ions a day from now tin the Office Committee, with Mrs. ime in order to meet the %  William Capland as chairman; the deficit of $150,000, the Telephone Committee, under Mrs. Jane Snetman; and the Motor Corps, with Miss Felicia Orovitz. Mrs. Sam Coolik and Mrs. Joseph Postol as co-chairmen. i Last year's Jubilee, which was a 4 4-hour show, brought in $112,000, a record for any one-night fund raising event. Wien pointed out that with a higher goal this year, the volunteers must' work even harder in order to fill the Auditorium. esult f service work—exrcsearch program, the DI Practical Nursing, inlininfi. Social Service adand free or partly free It through the Out Patient en' bird Annual Jubilee, which udo star entertainers from fobs and theatres in the [Miami area, will be m.c.'d Jivan who will bring with rprisc" guests from New Hollywood. Entertainliairman Ben Gaines reat the entire floor shows ft, the Latin Quarter, Bill Riviera and the Clover ill be on hand, in addition her performers. %  expressed satisfaction with Young Israel To Kteeelre Seroll A Scroll of Law will be presented to the Young Israel Svnagogue on Sunday at 1 p.m., according to an announcement early thij week by Solomon Lobel, president. Lobel said that the Scroll is being given by Morris Gordon, of 444 West 43rd Street, Miami Beach, and Louis Gordon, New York City. The brothers arc making the presentation in memory of their mother. Bela Minnie Gold, who passed away in 1946. According to Lobel, the Scroll is worth upwards of $1,200, with silver adornments valued at $500. Kneseth Israel Will Dedicate New Scroll The dedication of a new Scroll of Law will be marked by Knes! eth Israel Congregation on Sunday, February 22nd, at 2 p.m. The affair will begin' at 1257 Alton Road at 1 p.m., when the Scroll will be marched to the Synagogue in a formal procession. Donor of the Scroll is Mr. Samuel Mitchell. Beach Civic Orchestra In Concert Monday Pioneer Women Will Show Film As part of the fund raising program for the Child Rescue FurA in the State of Israel, the Pionee.Women's Organization will exhibit the film, Israel Diary, under the sponsorship of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob P. Litt, of Monticello Park. The film will be shown at tie Jewish Center on Sunday, February 22nd. Announce Opening Of Speech Clinic* Anita R. Weinberg announces the opening of the Miami Beach (fee volunteer committees j Speech Clinic at 530 Lincoln Road. ten functioning. He anthe appointment of Max trustees president, as Is Slated I Children er Women. Ciub No. 2, will dinner on Tuesday, Fcbru(i. 6 p.m., at Kneseth Israel at ion. speaker will be Abraham Histadruth director, nan of the affair is Mrs. Malmuth. Assisting are dames Rose Marcus, Rose Ida Jacobs, Pearl Gratz Hie Witner. ds arc for the Child ResSituated in Patio No. 7, the clinic will specialize in the treatment of articulatory and nervous disorders of speech and the correction of accent. Mrs. Weinberg has the BS degree, engaged in graduate studies at Johns Hopkins University and is a former speech correctionist in the Baltimore public schools. She is the wife of Albert K. Weinberg. noted American historian who wrote Manifest Destiny. Mrs. Weinberg has worked on the correction of speech maladies for many years and has been successful in stuttering and articulai tory cases. ih Will Hear fen, a novel by S. N. BehrIII be discussed at the Tuesjvicw ol the Greater Miami of Hadassah on Tuesday. y 24th. 8 p.m., at Temple %  loin Mrs. I. M. Weinstein receiver Mrs. Morris Alill act as chairman. All Women ia Group of the West Jewish (enter will present othe s. The Women, on and Sunday nights, March 8th Directed by Blake W. the play has a cast of 34 s, all women. Zamora Plans Stan, Orag Oanve Saturday, February 21st, 8 p.m., is the date set for the annual Stag and Drag Dance by the PTA and Sisterhood of Zamora Jewish Center. Mrs. David Matter is in charge of the arrangements. Highlight of the evening will he a stage show to be given by children of the Hebrew school. Children's Purim Fete The PTA of the Israelite Center will hold a Purim Festival for children of the Religious School on Sunday, March 10th. Mrs. George Kessler is chairman —-*r— DOG RACING NIGHTLY { K xcepl Sunday) Iftrf floated KENNELlUB Apartment House Unit Makes Dade Assignments More than one-half of the 2,500 prospect cards in the Apartment House Division have been assigned to volunteer workers for immediate coverage, it has been announced by Seymour Rubin, chairman of the Apartment House Division. The announcement came following a workers' rally at the Ritz Plaza Hotel which was attended by more than 50 key workers. Alisa Eskol. noted Israeli lecturer and author, addressed the group. Area assignments were made throughout Dade County which would guarantee coverage of each apartment house tenant, owner and lessee. An Honor Roll Award placard will be delivered to apartment house offices this week, Rubin said, upon which will be inscribed names of contributors to the Combined Jewish Appeal. Daniel M. Broad, chairman of the Board of the Miami Beach Apartment Association, is serving as CJA Apartment House chairman for Miami Beach. Broad is assisted by Meyer Teigman, Charles Levin and Sol Goldman. Mrs. Helen Sanders, well known for civic welfare work with B'nai B'rith philanthropic organizations, also occupies a position of leadership in this division. A quota of approximately $25,000 has been set as goal. This sum also includes motels in Dade County, heretofore unsolicited in previous campaigns. Named as area leaders are Philip Katzen and Samuel Vogel. Sidney A. Steiner, executive secretary of the Miami Beach Apartment Association, has been serving closely with the CJA unit. Solicitation of apartment house areas in Miami will be directed by co-chairmen Harry J. Miller and Moe Kurman. A volunteer workers' force of some 60 men and women will contact tenants of 400 apartments in the Miami area. Among key workers are Joseph Alexander, Mrs. Edward Alleva, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Alter, Mrs. Albert Berg, Mrs. Ruth Berg, Jacob Berkowitz, Harry Bodenstein, Mrs. H. Boonshaft, William I. Brenner, David Dogoloff, Sam Epstein, Mr. and Mrs. M. Forer. Mrs. Gussie Goldberg. Jane B. Gordon, Ben Katzen. John Mantell. Aaron Newman, Charles Oppenheim, Julius Rubin. 1. 6. Smith, Charles Sturman. I and B. Teitch and Mrs. Doris R. Yeager. Israelite Center Party A card party will be given I.y jthe Dora Stein Sisterhood of the The Miami Beach Civic Orches-1 Israelite Center on Saturday even ing, February 21st, 8 p.m., at 319:: SW 24th Terrace. Mrs. I. Goldberg is chairman of the affair. Proceeds are for the Building Fund. tra will be featured in a free concert at the Miami Beach Auditorium on Monday evening, February 23rd, 8 p.m. r^ \ Ued MAirzo \ MEAL Pare... white... just tight! Ideal for "breading" chops. cutlets, croquettes. Grand for all recipes. Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS. 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PAGE 14 B ^i^utfkrkmr FRIDAY. £EBRU .Miami Window. Forty Years Of Conserative Jud; Professor Miller A. F. Ritchie, cha.rman of the Human RAtNM department at the University of Mian... has accepted an ...vita i onM become President of Hartwick College. Oneonta. New York "<' '" remain ft the University until next July when he assumes hi* new duties Attorney A. J. Kaplan has sprung one Of the mu\ UIIUMMI initiative petitions in Miami Beach history. Kaplan started circuiatl of a petition that would either force the Citj Council to appoint hin City Judge or submit the matter to the electorate at the general elec"tion slated for June 2nd David Graver, 26. SOU of Mr. and Mrs Al Graver. 711 88th Street. Miami Beach, returned home from two years of dutj in Gern w.th him are his German-born wife, Hedy. and their six month-old son. Charles Henry E. Wolff has been appointed general chairman for the local observance of National Crime Prevention wee* which is being marked here from February 15th through 21st Appointed to audit the city's books by the Miami Beach City Council is Harry Blumin. Councilman Bernard Frank, Barnett Roth. Harold Turk and Marcie Liberman voted to give Blumin the $3,000 contract ^ by RABBI HERBERT PARZEN First in a Series (Editor's N"t.' This year marks the 40th anniversary of the Conservative Movement, the observance ol which will be celebrated m all states on February 20th through 22ml In preparation lor this observance. The American Jewish Proas Syndicate haedited a series oi articles written by Rabbi Herbert Parzen, director, Department of United Synagogue of America, on the Builders of The Conservative Movement) Conservative Judaism is a unique religious movement — unique in V Manager E A. Evans has selected Harry Zuckerman a"l"; r )tna it is committed to reversing the prevailing processes in modern " with the Army and left Monday for Brooke Arm) Medical Center. Fort Sam Houston, Texas Si n a committee in charge of arrangements for Miami's obsei e of Crime Prevention Week Nit Elkins, Dr. Robert Litowitz, Dr. Eugene Weiss, Irving Wexler, O. R. Wheat, Harry Gordon, Norman Giller and Ed Mandel Miar nd Civic leader Joe Adams has been i chairman of the annual fund ci ol the Dade County Unit, \ ericai I ncer Society Avia Shedroff Waitzman, of 1563 Dr. \el lie. received the MA degrei from the I niversity ol Illinois at ear commei I exercises there Pour ol a kind are now in the Courshon family as Aaron H. Courshon .isworn in as a prac. attorne) hire last week Sons Jack, Charles and Arthur are mbers oi the firm firm, Courshon & Courshon, which their father will now join ... A scroll of honor has been presented to singer Lena Home by the National Committee, State ol Israel Bond.-, for her "con .-tant cooperation and help in the sale of bonds.'" Samuel C. Halpert was named deputy commissioner of the State Industrial Commission by Chairman James T. Vocelle. He is a member of the Florida and Michigan bars and has practiced law here since 1946 Jewish history, and. at the same time, it is seeking to harness these very processes in the service of Judaism. Dr. Trager Speaks Mrs. rilian Heads At Beach Meeting Kneseth Israel Sisterhood Dr. Jesse Trager. of Baltimore. Maryland, president of District Grand Lodge No. 5. B'nai B'rith. was featured speaker at the meeting of Miami Beach Lodge on Thursday, February 19th. at the Hibiscus Masonic Auditorium. A dinner meeting at 6:30 p.m was followed by the regular lodge meeting at 8. Dr. Trager has recently returned from a tour of European countries and the State of Israel He described current activities of the B'nai B'rith service program, as well as his foreign travels. Entertainment was provided by Miss Joan Gilbert, accordionist, and Miss Susan Talianoff. vocalist, according to A J. Kaplan, president of the South Florida Council of B'nai B'rith Lodges. Siegfried Geismar. chairman of the Lodge Nominating Committee, reported on coming year The program was un Prefessor Giniburg While Conservatism recognizes fully the role of the Tradition in Judaism, it rejects the concept that the Tradition irigid, iron-clad, hidebound Moreover. Conservative Judaism is determined to re kmdie reverence for the Tradition, to restore social and creative functions to the synagogue and impress Reform: that the new immigrants them the -tamp of the Synawere either anti-religious or deepProftSior Schtchler lecturer in rabbinics at Cambridge University in England. While in this post, due to his scholarship and industry, he dis covered the Cairo Genizah. a most valuable depository "of old Hebrew and rabbinic texts, in a synagogue in Cairo. Egypt In 1901. he agreed to come to New York to assume the presidency of the Jewish The ological Seminary' of America, at the invitation of Jacob Schiff and Louis Marshall of New York, and Jud e Sul/berger. Dr. Solis-Cohen and Dr Cyrus Adler of Philadelphia. When he arrived on these shores he w.ia distinguished public figure and a mature Scholar with a world wide reputation. His views on contemporary social problems and Jewish affairs were on the record. He consequently assumed the presidency of the Seminary with his convictions clearly established and defined. Aa Student of Jewish life he was aware of the American Jewish community and its problems: That the established Jewish institutions were preponderantly Reform; that the old Seminary had proved in effectual in stemming the tide of tions: he rather soushT* them to review Jg^i *• ••WbsMj ** "• Orthodox „ &f "••r Parochial &f arn.l q rb of h| S Pean ghetto. H. J"i thty study i,w\* &f hat they r „, rd language on a Mr ^I that they institut, um • nd '"•oty in H*I service; that thty ni^? rabbis and ttath*., have received a &f ion as well Hlld| education in order Hull introduce modem j thair religious scheal i HfcwU This program of At a gala installation affair. Kneseth Israel Congregation installed newly •lected officers ind Board mem>ers of its Sister lood. Rabbi Ab•aham M. Cassel, %  piritual leader, ifficiated FranceLilian 11 president oth ers installed were Ida Fine stone. 1st vice president. Cells Ruppert. 2nd vicepresident. Dorothy Moss, 3rd vice president: Regina Morris. 4th vice president. Sirs. Ullian on gogue The organization which charac terizes the Conservative Movement and its development is the United Synagogue of America, which was evolved from the Jewish Theological Seminary when Solomon Schechter assumed its presidencv in 1902. Solomon Schechter was born in Romania, in 1887, and received a traditional Yeshiva education. In dues course he became ly immersed in their parochial con cept of Judaism. Dr. Schechter instituted for the Seminary' a program of public education to inform the Jewish community about its ideals and goals. In brief, this program visualized the Seminary as the Jewish institution which proposed to conciliate all elements comprising the synagogue in order to retain its catholicity and unity. He urged the adherents of Reform to re-study Jewish history Cyras Mkr called the Conservative l| an effort to emphasis I pects of Judaism which I bolstering and strentflnafl This selective emphahl sisted. did not signify'Jail servative tendency is a H way house between orthail reform as many people I assume even today It %  *] a constructive prograaW religious problems of I Jewry as they existed. At Dr. Schechter'saUi rary 23. 1913. repnaaUM 22 congregations, Semnai ed rabbis, and nuUtiniiaj scholars established tk I Synagogue of America -i of the Orthodox Consem* es" in this country. a d' new creation the Consend dency was transformed I Conservative Movement Clara Weinstock. treasurer: I-ena Popkin. financial secretarv: Anna Mitchel recording secretarY; charthe slate for the te ^"'"S". corresponding sec.•he program was unI ? ,ary: arwl Esther Eisenstein, der the chairmanship of Paul Seidcnairman of social affairs. erman. In charge of arrangements for the dinner were Meyer Teigman. assisted by Barnett Beckerman, Sol Goldstrom and Irving Schatzman U of M Secretary Succumbs To Attack Miami Sisters Meet; Plan Package Party luncheon of the William J. Hester, secretarv of the t niversity of Miami since J942 died of a heart attack last week at his home. 239 Sarto Coral Gables. Avenue. The monthly Sisterhood of the Miami Hebrew Since he came to the University 934. as an instructor in law. School and Congregation was : Mr Hester has served as dean of held on Wednesday. February 11th. administration, treasurer and secaccording to Mrs. I. Sirkin. tary. Serving as hostesses were the!. Because of the steadily increasMesdames Berele Kelemer. Max '"g negotiations and legal probStein and Sam Herman. 'ems of the University he had been The Sisterhood will hold a pack-, named last week Legal Counsel of age party at the Synagogue on th University and was expected to Sunday evening. February 15th. 8 p.m. Auctioneers will include Nathan Fullback. H. M. Drewich. Ed Becker, Sam Cohen. Mrs. Ben Sokoloff, Gabe Pearlman and Dave Melt zer. On the Refreshment Committee is Dave Kieber. assume theese duties after recovering from an illness. Club Everglades Party Club Everglades, Workmen', Circle N 0 ^ 1050. held a card partv onSnnday evening, at 1545SW 3rd Dr. H Fratei ZW fe^n^'SSEUn and h^o,"* J" fcii row 0 *JEg £?*2J!?s£yz! adta, upg^ m J^ayne Terrace Hotel 2er. loccl pnejejej* E* Shown in the front row (left to in Goldman, who P*odonbahe*. :a ndr*.'S^: in charge of amrnoemMts. gratagaport



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LRUARY2a_1953_ gT^^rskyToSpeakAt Ifltrons' CJA Fashion Affair .. taank9 internationally known Jewish communal } r rvecut'ive director of the American Jewish Conformer '* Youn Matrons Division gifts LTuT h Combined Jewish Appeal. r hPduled for Tuesday noon, February 24th. in the | "om of the Algiers Hotel, it has been announced by [per. chairman of the fJmilstfhrkUnr, PAGE 3 A. Lky has made more L overseas in connecLnms of a.d to homeCesscd Jews. He rechree months in Israel. inferred with governors on the needs of [newcomers streaming igh state from Eastern [Moslem countries. Iber of the Executive kf th World Jewish I pctegorsky has travX c ly through Europe, [Israel, as well as the i jn conjunction with J was engaged in refa-ork in England. He Rabbinical Degree r a University and was 1 Doctorate in Political i the London School of Dollar Trousseau will tht the fashion show bn sponsored by the on's Division. |with arrangements for .. he Ethel Thornsen. Idinator lor the Dumont Jetwork A host of proUels will be headlined pn parade scheduled for xn. February 24th, in fcrezade Boom of the r of the Young Matrons I Leo Kupper. with Mrs. Jnatz assisting. Area charge of securing of young women in Dade County include fcam Goodman. Leo *nce I.evinson, Jay R. filliam Sharpe and MelIs. director of the FlorI Beverage Department, and Edwin Browder, Jr., district supervisor, will be guests of honor at a breakfast sponsored by the Liquor Division of the 1952 Combined Jewish Appeal, it has been announced by Sam Heiman, Trades Division chairman. The traditional breakfast affair is set for 9 a.m., Sunday, February 22nd, at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel. Arrangements are under the direction of Leo Chaikin, Marvin Levin, Leo Host and Marvin Rauzin. Levin is Editor of the Florida State Beverage Journal. More than 120 representatives of the division are expected to attend the breakfast function. A cocktail party for leaders in the building trades industry will be held at the home of Emil Gould, 7550 Ponee de Leon Road, South Miami. The affair has been set for Tuesday, February 24th, at 8 p.m., to discuss participation of the building trades leaders in the current Combined Jewish Appeal. Assisting Gould with arrangements are James Albert, Arthur Shandloff and Irvin Korach. Delegates To CJFWF Conference Gather In Atlanta, Georgia Representatives of the organized Jewish communities of the Southeast will gather in Atlanta, Georgia, at the Biltmore Hotel on February 21st and 22nd, for the 17th annual Regional Conference of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. Stanley C. Meyers, past national president of the CJFWF, Benjamin B. Rosenberg, director of Field Service, and other national Jewish leaders will participate in the conference. Mrs. Lien man Is Panel Moderator Mrs. Seymour Liebman, princi pal of the Central Beach Elementary School and past Scholarship chairman for the local Youth Commission, was moderator of a radio program presented on Sunday, over station WMIE. Sponsor was the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission in conjunction with S. A. Goodman, former chairman of the Commission. Entitled, Investment In The Future, the program presented Sidney Sachs, president of the Miami Zionist District, in a discussion on youth work. Harry Sonz, current chairman, introduced Joseph Murray in a talk on: Zionism For American Youth. The program is a feature of Simon Seiden's Jewish Forum of the Air. Music* Pageant Featured Sunday The Nationality Music Pageant sponsored by the Guardians of Liberty will be presented at the Dade County Auditorium on Sunday evening, February 22nd, 7:30 p.m. Narrator will be Philip A. Kelleher, of radio station WQAM. Jack Berry, of station WMIE, will act as master of ceremonies. The program will include the posting of colors, prayer, musical numbers and addresses by foreignborn citizens in their native tongue to their countrymen behind the iron curtain. Robert Floyd and George Okell, of the Florida House of Representatives, and Miami Mayor Chelsie Senerchia, will be guests of honor. Nationalities represented are Armenia, Czechoslovakia, Germany, Hungary, Israel, Latin America, Lithuania, Poland and the Ukraine. OPERA GUILD OF GREATER MIAMI mums "La Traviata' u • ELEANOR STEBER • ROBERT WEEOE with • CHARLES KULLMAN of thr Metropolitan Miami Beach Auditorium — March 2nd TICKETS OM SAlf BURDINE'S 3rd floor-13M • MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM-5-0436 • MIAMI BEACH RADKJ-5B-7575 Priet$: 4.92 • 4.31 3.49 • 3.10 2.46 Ts Included if > FUMIGATION —" LON TENTS f*M*r Pfff tMiM M m mmm* TNI 11VD.PH.2-3I6I IRZEIT DATES A GLANCE! OUR READERS! fdition Of Famous 24brew-Engliah Calendar |To 1958, %  ^vz FORMAL DEDICATION Mount Sinai Cemetery SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22 2 P.M. Participating in the Ceremonies will be Rabbis of BETH DAVID CONGREGATION BETH JACOB CONGREGATION BETH EL CONGREGATION MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL & CONGREGATION AFTFR 10 YEARS OF IMPROVING AND BEAUTIFYING 25 ACRES OF RAW SAND CONVERTING SAME INTO A PARK-APPEARING CEMETERY WITH SS^HM^HONDHEDS OF TREES. FLOWER BEDS AND FISH PONDS. LOCATED AT 1125 N. W. 137 Street (West of 7th Avenue) T [Milion of the calendar! F nd Entliah date* 11 o 1955. All Jewish (to 1961. f"w hat .rr.nirt with one of [" lo iur* for our mJtn """on of th. f. mou i4. Y „, t" 0 "*' Fof 're. cop,. juH %  It'Ur tw; — I H "NX co.. o..,. a Come out and take part in the Dediiatorv tVremonios. General .Memorial Services will l* held by the official in?: Rabbis. mil OWING THE DEDICATION. A 30-DAY SPECIAL OFFER WILL TAKE PLACE ON PR^ED FAMILY PLOTS OF 4 GRAVES OR HOK FROM FEB. 22nd TO MARCH 31st. FAMILY PLOTS OF GRAVES WILL BE SOLD FOR $300.00 Time Payments Can Be Arranged COME OUT SUNDAY. FEB. 22nd. AND LOOK OVER THIS BEAUTIFUL CEMETERY. A Committee will be in waiting from 10 a.m. on. They will show you around. FOR PARTICULARS OR APPOINTMENTS. CALL 4-5922 H. SIMONS. Dedication Chairman



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-t'.i£ %  :' %  >,/?. %' %  f FEB RUARY201953 = +Je*ishhwlriinn PAGE 3 because ives depend on us A Statement on Developments in Eastern Europe In nearly fifteen years of life saving work the United Jewish Appeal has rescued or aided 2,240,000 people. These are lives that might otherwise have been lost to hunger, disease and oppression. These lives saved show what can be done by free and determined men in the face of catastrophe and tyranny. But today the headlines and newscasts tell of a new tyranny. From behind the Iron Curtain come terrifying signs that Jews are again being singled out for attack. Free men everywhere ask this question: Must two and a half million Jews in Eastern Europe, survivors of the Hitler holocaust, fear for their safety once more? In Humanity''s Name In this dark and terrible hour that seems like 1933 not 1953, there is, however, one great difference between yesterday and today. Today-there is a State of Israel. The hope that lifts the hearts of anxious millions is the knowledge that Israel's door stands wide open to every Jew in need of refuge. A tablet fixed to the Statue of Liberty has these words engraved upon it: "Cite me your tired, your poor, "Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free ." Israelis leaders have addressed themselves to the Soviet countries in virtually the same words. They have called onthem—in the name of humanity—to let their Jewish populations emigrate to the new state. It remains to be seen if this will be done. -T/ What We Must Do Now Meanwhile, in this emergency there are vital tasks that need loing. If a new refugee wave is coming, then our help must be ready. If more refugees will be arriving in Israel, then we must help Israel be ready to receive them. Realize that our help is needed quickly, swiftly-for time lost now can mean lives lost later. Remember that even in the darkest days of the last fifteen years, lives were saved by swift, concerted action—that since the war U. J. A. funds helped 623,000 Jews from Iron Curtain countries alone, to reach Israel and other democratic states. To the continuation of its life saving, life building work in 1953, the United Jewish Appeal invites all Americans. To save lives, to aid democracy, to aid Israel-the United Jewish Appeal urges your help to meet crucial 1953 needs. Because hves depend on us-give more, and get others to give more—today. Give More in 1953 United Jewish ^\ppeal to Meet Great Needs Totalling $144,524,250 on behalf of United Israel Appeal • Joint Distribution Committee United Service for New Americans <**ral Chairmen: Edward M. M. Warburg • Satianal Chairman: Morr* W. Berinsttin, IN GREATER MIAMI GIVE TO THE COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL 420 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH 39. FLA. % % %  *<* Bierintar, loatph Hokvnan, M 6-d— WOUam Oeamw M HW/ C Sonnebom. lack D. Weiler, ]o:-h B. Wtot • Chairman National Campaign Cabin*. S*m*\ H. D*of



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FE BRUARYflU953_ +Je*ltkttfrH*%* PAGS' 9 B il Sponsors Washington Birthday For New Americans On Saturday ... t -ii Ni. i Chairman fnr thw nartv %  \ eatc r Miami Srction. Naluncil of Jewish Women. late George Washington's bn Saturday evening, Feb8:30 p.m., at CongregaEl. leaker of the evening will f\V Henderson, supervisor Ira'ted Higtl School, EvenSchool and the Evening JEducati>'ii School of Dade %  Henderson, whose expertises that "f Coordinator Veterans "<>n The-Job" Program, entered the un iy School system as a teacher in 1!HS. Jriotic atmosphere of the Iwill he emphasized by a the Ha3 by two Boy Lrry Levin and Jay Bruce |o have just won thj Ner ipard Hostesses will be of Council's English |ho are about to becone i citi-ens. on George Washington litute the main portion of ram gharlrne I'.'idpman. accomy Mrs. Lina Maddaford, the musical part of the Mrs chapman is a pupil |rturo Di Fillipi and will hear.! in i.a Traviata here. Hdaford is a member of i Faculty at the Cniversity School nf Music. Chairman for the party is Mrs. Sidney Lewis, Miami Division chairman of Service to Foreign Born. Co-chairman is Mrs. D. Rubin. Two of Council's three ref far English classes are now. under the co-sponsorship of the Dale County Board of Education and Council, and all three classea-a.v mn.jj tarian. Recently, a fojrtft < English was begun at the Jewish Home for the Aged. jTo Honor Morris > %  O Vff lN NtW II At Services More* Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, of Congregation Beth Tfilah. and Byman Sher. president, today announced that a Reception and Kid dush will be tendered in honor of Morris Morgenstern. banker and philanthropist now vacationing OIJ | Miami Beach, at the Synagogue, I 935 Euclid Avenue. Saturday morn ing, February 21st, 9 a.m. The services. Rabbi Rackovsky i said, will be conducted by Morris Morgenstern. He will be assisted by a choir conducted by Eli Samuels. Samuel Grundwerg. of the Tides Hotel, will be the host at the reception. Bureau Executive* To Study Revision Of Teachers'Codes A special meeting of the Execu, tive Committee of th? Bureau of Jewish Education will be held at the home of Nathan Ratner on Monday, February 23rd, at 8:15 p.m. The agenda of the meeting will include discussion of a contemplated revision of the Hebrew Teach ers' Code and a new Sunday School Teachers' Code. Flans for the Annual Bureau Dinner will also be discussed. Mrs. Matilda H. Ratner will preside. c sychiatrist Airs Film Fears 01 Children, a Mental Health film, will be shown at the next PTA meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center Beach Branch Nursery School on Wednesday. February 25th, 8:30 p.m. Dr. Seymour Blumenthal, psychiatrist for the City of Miami Beach, will discuss the film. Tifereth Israel Sisterhood Maps Plans For Dinner The Sisterhood of Tifereth Israel Northside Center will meet on Monday evening, February 23rd, at 8:30 p.m. Mrs. Silas Lakin. chairman of a scheduled Donor Dinner, will select committees in charge at that time. The President of Israel, Itzhak Ben Zvi, who has since 194" 7 haaded the Hebrew University's Inst'tute for Research on the, Jewish Communities cf the Middle East, returned to the Ur.. versiiy recently during an official tour of inspection. Here he examines agricultural research equipment demonstrated by Dr. Michael Evenari (left). Head of the Department of Botany and Dsan of the Faculty of Science. The instrument shown is the Warburg Apparatus for the respiration of lettuce seeds. Ch anning. Anderson At State Board Meeting Two local engineers. Jules P. Channing and E. A. Anderson, will Beach, today and tomorrow, lor the purpose of planning the raattend a State Board of Directors tional convention of the National meeting of the Florida Society of Society of Professional Engineers Professional Engineers in Daytona in June. ^ S* /" I CALL MAULE FOR HIGHEST QUALITY Certified Concrete Building and Column Blocks Central and Transit-Mix Concrete tony Concrete Roofing Tile Concrete Aggregates Concrete Joists Cement Concrete Brick awl Stepping Stones Reinforcing Sttei ttW**9 \ Mill Wort Builders' Supplies Throughout its more than three decades of operation... every product manufactured or distributed by Maule has been designed, developed and perfected for maximum strength and durability under the rigors of South Florida's subtropical climate. So, for the finest building materials and builders' supplies, Call Maule... Florida's leader in quarry, concrete products and builders' supplies! PHONE 9-2881 .11 M/yjji INDUSTRIES, INC Sales Office: 3075 North Miami Ave. am



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MY FEBRUARY M, 18S3 r^t*ffrnftffl lr *z I 1 Cohen, Crown Wed I: At Seminary Mr. and Mrs. Alex Cohen, of 2220 SW 19th Terrace, announce the marriage of their daughter, Theresa Ann, to Mr. Victor Crown at the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York City. Newlywed Mrs. Crown met her husband while they were studens at Pennsylvania State College. She is a graduate of Miami Senior High School and has been a mother of the staff of Time Marine for the past four years. Prior to her New York association, she was a member of the staff of The Jewish Floridian. Following a honeymoon trip to New Orleans, Louisiana, and Miami, where the couple visited Mrs. Crown's parents, they are at home in Philadelphia, where Mr. Crown is in business. e> PAGE 9 A tf.n. R. chard Axman |ss Klaine Sanders eds Dr. Axman liver. :i marriage by her pari Elaine Phyllis Sanders, daugh|of Mr and Mrs. Harry Sanders, V\V 15th Avenue, Miami, bethe bride of Dr. Richard Axof Mr. and Mrs. Phillip ii.-3113 Taney Road. Haiti Maryland, at the Bel Aire on February 7th. Rabbi Max biro officiated. pier viHerald Sanders, broth' bride Hubert Axman, brother he groom was best man. Mariparubin. of Baltimore, served aid oi honor.h bri le -elected a gown made nporte I plush satin, with long ia wrist point, round Jline trimmed by seed pearls la cathedral train. Her fingerplusi veil was attached to a of braided net and satin ned with seed pearls. She carlorch.ion a Bible. bride attended the UniIty DI Miami. Dr. Axman spent oath in the Navy. He attend I University of Maryland and gduated from the Dental ol there } is a member of alpha Omego nal Dental Society. |receptn>n and dinner followed non> Mitzvah Of hthia Lee Bott nthia Lee, daughter of Mr. I Mrs Rubin Bott, of Nassau %  tall, will be Bas Mitzvah i hit aexl Friday evening's serv-1 [of Beth David Synagogue on ; uan 27th. Rabbi Max Shapiro, | (ual leader, will officiate. I BaMitzvah is an 8th grade pit at Shenandoah Junior High Marilyn Le Vine To Wed October 4th Mrs. Etta W. Le Vine, of the Southmoor Hotel. Chicago, Illinois, formerly of Miami, announces the engagement of her daughter, Marilyn, to Sheldon L. Wagner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wagner, also of Chicago. Miss Le Vine attended the University of Cincinnati, Ohio, where she was affiliated with Sigma Delta Tau Sorority. Mr. Wagner attended Roosevelt College, Chicago, and recently returned from active duty with the United States Army. The wedding will take place October 4th. in Chicago. Mils Deferes Pcckermon Peckepman, Levine Betrothal Told Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Peckerman, of 1755 Calais Drive, announce the engagement of their daughter, Delores Jeanne, to Howard Levine, son of Mrs. Jeanette Levine, 9333 Byron Avenue. Miss Peckerman is a graduate of Miami Beach High School and attended the University of Miami and Florida. Mr. Levine is a graduate of Metuchin High School. Metuchin, New Jersey, attended the University of Miami and served in the Navy for two and a half years. He is a member of Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith. The wedding is scheduled for May 24th. Stuclly Ale'M. • fits HELEN ALPERT ^-L-3T Cynthia let Soft 1 and has attended Beth DavlUgioua School for the past Hears. gk-es and friends wiU be :'; h n,,r Cynthia Lee at P Niabbat sponsored by Mr. FWtion during services. tori ,l Shevin of the Bro n*t k ,' n L e B as Mitzvah's great f !" J*k Bott, of Nassau Bys* w in -* %  *VZl i t he second Beth D avid Synagogue. Even while relishing the blithe blue waters of Haiti and Montego Bay on his prizewinning trip, Al Lesser brooded in his mighty way on how to create a spectacular success of the Miami Beach Civic Orchestra's first big free public concert in the Beach Auritorium. This takes place Monday evening. Feb. 23rd. Spotlight-soloist is Ft. Lauderdale's amazing child pianist Sandra McEntaffer. She studies with Cyrus Ullian. Of tremendous help net alone to parents but to all heart ttlrred by mentally retarded children is the Society to Help Exceptional Children. Despite its curiously protective name, this self-formed group devote* itself to the interests of children living at home with their more normal brothers and sisters, and parents. They're meeting on Thursday, Feb. 26th, 8 p.m., in the Edison Center Auditorium which, again, may send you off on a tangent: Edison Center is no relation to the school, but is located at 327 N.W. 62nd St. Hannah Kahn and Dr. H. Franklin Williams earnestly invite all folk to attend, 'as do the officers: president Harold Berger, vice president Julian Henry, secretary Mrs. W. Archer and treasurer Murray Beck They exchange views and suggestions, and share strengths. Dues are a dollar a year. The meetings are free, regularly the second and last Thursdays of each month. REVIVAL: Herman Binder is feeling like ye bigtime impresario again. Acrackle with the zest of his Town Hall series is the Feb. 23rd appearance of Dr. Henry Jerald, booked as the Wizard of Denmark. This is as was — Kaplan Hall, 8:15 p.m., sponsored by Temple Israel's Men's Club (proxy is Jerome Freehling). "Hi" Binder swears this is the most excitini deal you can find that niohtl Dr. Jerald is a mentalist who out marvels Dunninger, says he FAST FLASHES: Ada Morley Greenfield's been uncomfortable with back trouble, which she'll have to repair fast to be able to bow to the plaudits she's getting as clever lyric writer for "Sand in Your Shoes" hit songs If Sid Garfield. new adman here, is the former Warner Brothers staffer, he's asked to phone his old pal, Mr. Ebner, at 3-6587 To Herman J. Levine, manager of the Jewish Agricultural Society j in New York: your letter was put directly, on Monday, in the hands of Max Losner, Homestead pioneer and a more excellent source for you than any excerpts from this column. You'll be fascinated to learn that the other afternoon a well known farmer there said, "What we need to pep up this place is more Jews!" They want you! Wonderful Sylvia Chertkof's been blushing for a week over an error stating "Sand in Your Shoes" is her brainchild. It isn't. It's Sam Hirsch's. His experience with "The Lost Colony" crystallized into "Sand" as of historical appeal for South Florida Frances Makovsky still gaga over Yetta Shafkin's bonnet glittering like fish scales. The Makovskys enjoyed St. Louis visitors Mr. and Mrs. Paul Koshner, aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Sova, and also from New York the Moe Berlins. Scenting the revelry, in came St. Louis' Pearl Blustein. and newlywed cousins Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Oxenburg Brand new weekly over the Florida Keys is "The Keynoter", going to press this week with Marie Natvig as top femme keynoter ... To Dick Stern: sorry, the Girl Friday couldn't make it Irene Hilda breezed in from her star spot at Palm Beach's El Patio in time to catch Jane Fisher's yachting party. Windy, wasn't it—? ... To Thea Schon berg, Hilda Frank, others: hope you got the information The Sea Isle's Gallery o# Contemporary Art has opened a twoweek showing of Reyna U. Youngermen's paintings. Wander in any time; you'll enjoy itl IIV W-I-D-E WIDTH SHOES Bl.-.k Su.dt Anil. Strip. I i le E's. •19" T*n and WkiU or flu* and Whit. Straw and Calf Combinations, AA'i &f o ft, "->*I3 H MAIL ORDERS INVITED MtieeV W I. Nailer St.^Pv Kt Mfe^ MlamS OKtf MONDAY EVENINGS



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PAGE 10 B *-JmisU!sr^m FRIDAY --**!l IN THE MAIL List Sponsor's Of GMJCC Affair The names of individuals who have agreed to act as sponsors for ] ^ the production. Sand In Your Shoes, of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, were announced here by Leon Kaplan. Sponsors" Committee chairman The production will be present ed at the Miami Beach Auditorium j"^^, wl ^ r the f;iu |, lies "-' Un S: ""ISu!r"„ 1S ';,I ,, -.1 the wholesaler or retailer B \ DeQuts, Mi .•' %  Mi \i Dorolh) nii. Mrs boro, Mr and MM H kurman, Mr. ,,-i i Ml 8. Ansln, Mr. and Mi I want to commend Mr> Robert |F. Bloch for her letters in the Floridian of February 13th. 183 regarding a very timely and pertm cnt problem. It is unfortunate that the prices of kosher meat are 10 h:: gardless of whet he with the wholesale] DeGtiti. Mr :•>> %  M'Ben Ess.n. j s cve n more regrettable mat mis stall! Ualns. _.. _„ „,„, Jewish Rubin, Mr. and MrHar> Id ThurI. %  : • Mi an i Mra. Palmer, Mr. and Mri M Is Mr. .in.l Mr.ITal hei Mi • d vi: H. / % %  %  %  M I Mrs. M. Kellson. Mr and Mrs Bam Seiclln, I mberto Orvelte, Mr •• I M: %  %  Creanblatt. Mi and Mrs Ijeon kapuui, \1T .IM.I Mrs Bunlej C Myers, Mr. and Mr.-. Leo Helman. Mr. and Mrs L E| rti n, Mi nd MrB I. Singer, Mr. and Mrs Iner, Mi an I Mrs D B < Mi an I Mrs H R Mrs Max Miss Evelj Rlfas Ml an Mrs Sldnej Lef< mn I. Mi and Mi I K ...; .. ,.. u Mrs 8 s'l.iMr and Mrs M Rosi nberg, Ml and MrA Kann< Mr and Mrs Siuart M and Mrs. Shi ,,r' I'.Mr and Mrs Kei etl Ok a) M .. %  • • i nd Mrs. A. I Pine. Mr. anil XI v d M S | u • %  I I '• Mr and M nd M II T r. n M l MrI Mrs l. Mi Mrs M \ I r. N Ml Marks. Ml M .: M _. Mi M %  %  %  %  '•• M Mrs I :• • % %  Mrs • products in line VI Mn .-•' %  Mr and '•' • Ml .' W %  .%  Mrs. Bri V | it \|' \l • ?•*••. Imehmmm Goes Unheard factor causes so man> Jewish housewives to buy trefah meat. But this is only one phase ol the Kashruth problem. What should those of us say who do pay the high prices — unwilling it is true but to whom trefah meat is unthinkable — when we read a pub lie statement such as appeared in the Miami Herald of February 6. 1953 In this statement. Mr Harry Sirkin, of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth. admitted that violations do exist in the administration of Kashruth It is perhaps a sign of treat courage to make such an admission publicly but to what avail'.' [snl it bad ehOUgh to have to paj the pricewe do without having to worrj whether we an ting kosher meat or not? To ad niit that violationexist, that such violations are a "fraud'' and not to have done anything to clnr.m such violations is t" make a mockery of the whole Kashruth question. To be a truly effective organiza ti.m. a Vaad Hakashruth should not only make every effort to assure Kashruth but should also attempt to keep the prices of kosher Mrs. Louis Broido. chairman of the USNA Board, greets Senator Hubert H. Humphrey. Democrat of Minnesota, who bitterly attacked the McCarran Immigration Act as the agency's Annual Conference in New York. More than 400 Jewish community leaders were joined by representatives from Protestant and Catholic groups, government and the United Nations in the opening session of the two-day meeting. United Service for New Americans, major immigration and resettlement agency supported by the United Jewish Appeal, has helped more than 300.000 Jewish survivors to resettle in this country since 1934. From left to riaht are Walter H. Bierinqer, Boston, president: William Rosenwald, New York, honorary president; Senator Humphrey; Mrs. Broido. New York; and Arthur Greenleigh. New York, USNA executive director. IIif.leali Laities Have larlv The Ladies Auxiliary will be hostess for a di sert and a get ac quainted partj at the Hialeah-Hiann Springs Jewish Community Center on Thursday. February 26th, 1 p.m. Dutch Shulenbeger. humorist, will have M his theme Best Foot Forward. An original skit will be presented under the direction of Isable Kneapler. T h "hn,vid£l dor the_ chairman.^ d E ; "'anics and. \| R '•' % %  ll Planning j cT tival Luncheon on nj i ruar >' h 12 nooa ?. j gogue. I Serving on (g. c „ : the Mesdame, Harry; Abrams. Isadore R*m i Castle, Sarah Kap? l>els Herman G^j Rabinowitz. Frank C. ney Eehloaa, NameCo-Chari Of Reinhardl Three Miami Berth nj civk leaders have beejj co-chairmen of the te ner to Mr and Mrs hard. The affair, schedjW^ 15th, at the Edward | honor the Reinhardsforfl for Yeshiva Torah V Mesivta. Councilman Bernard 1 uel If. Crundwerg ; Schechter were chosnaj men to serve with D* named last week as the dinner Councilman Frank, |i sponsor of Yeshiva Ton|| and Mesivta. has uhat role in local religious i several years. Grun er of the TideHotel. 1 of the Torah Vodaath! ecutive Committee. the Edward Hotel, wait founders of the Yfhm MrF Oster Call For Kosher Meat Inspector Opvn Hau Harbor IJUV Ollirt's Theodore R Nelson and George L. Jaekman have announced their association for the practice of law at 1011 Kane Concourse. Bay Har bor Islands. Judge Nelson has served as Town Judge since June 1951 Jaekman is a former associate professor of insurance law at City College of New York. He heads Jaekman Associates. Inc.. general insurance ag ents. Nelson and Jaekman will each continue his separate offices at One Lincoln Road Building. Miami Beach. ISRAEL ENVOY TO CZECHS HERE FOR BOND DRIVE Pleas to appoint a Miami Beach Kosher meat inspector are apparently still going unheard despite the continued demand for strict regulation and the frank acknowledgment that serious violations Don exist which "amount to fraud". The City Council tabled action on the move to fill the S5.000> year appointment after a session recently broke out in heated charge^ involving "politics and per sonalitii" Malvin Englander. attorney for the Greater Miami Live Poultry Association, called on the City Council to enforce the Kosher Food Ordinance passed in 1938. Charg: ing that there is "no enforcement either by police or religious groups", he scored the Council's action in turning over to a sevenman laymen's group the selection of a suitable inspector. It was Englander who received information from Harry Sirkin. of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth. that violations "of a fraudulent nature" exist. \eed A HOME EM AX? WASHIN FEDERAL % Met George do Whether you're buying. bu'WJ1 modernizing, or refinancing, we ore pw, to serve you quickly ond efficiently. 1244 WASHINGTON AVE. • H I Mark Jacob Gordon 100th Anniversary Here The 100th anniversary of the Yiddish playwright. Jacob Gordon, waobserved on Sunday even log during the Yiddish Classical Hour over station WINZ. according to Morris Nasatir, director. Guest speaker was Sholom Pcarlmutter. writer, and Henry Lefkowitz. composer and owner of the Metro Music Company. New York City. Dr. Aneh Kubovy, Israel's Minister to Czechoslovakia and Poland, arrived in the United States this week to inaugurate a coast-to-coast speaking tour in behalf of the State of Israel Bond Drive. Dr. Kubovy was proclaimed persona non grata by both the Czech and Polish Governments following false accusations leveled against him in the recent Prague purge dial. Miami Government I Under Scrutiny Isaac Levin Lodge, B'nai B'rith. met on Monday evening at the Al i cazar Hotel. Guest speaker was John F. Willmott, executive director of the Dadc County Research Foundation He discussed: What Makes It Tick—Miami City Government Under The X Ray. Election of officers followed. In charge of arrangements were Rob j ert Mann, Robert Levin and Moses : Alter. 'Special^ With J**l THE BW THAT'S NATURAL* y[*t • fi,u>j, Brtad h ffl AUGUST BROS, BREAP %  %  I R %  ^



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•n-i v %  rta-r MV F EBRUARY 20, 1953 *b*U§,nnrMriin inch $500,000 Campaign To Erect Beth Shoiom Temple A 1.1 '-• PAGE 15 A a -r— %  of & *1 l.-v J H Jl^f < ^ i | 1 s 1 J 9 %  1 RfWr l \--: Priakos Named To Head Beach Clvi<* Orli>s(ra Vasilios Priakos, conductor the Foft Laudcndale Symphony Orchestra, has also been appointed conductor of the Miami Beach Civic Orchestra, it was announced by Alfred A. Lesser, executive director of the Friends of the Miami Beach Civic Orchestra, the sponsoring group. Priakos replaces William T. Reivo, who has suddenly taken ill. Priakos has a rich background in symphonic music. He has played | and conducted in leading cities of j the United States and Europe. The Miami Beach Civic Orchestra will give its first concert of the year, free to the public, on Monday, February 23rd. at the Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium. Mrtt. Jacobs Will fie Honored A certificate for her work i> behalf of the children's playgrouru in Kanot, Israel, new aijricultura project of the Pioneer Women': Organization in the Negev, will b< presented in honor of Mrs. Idi Jacobs on Tuesday evening, Feb ruary 24th, 6 p.m., at Kneseth Is rael Congregation. The presentation will be made bj Mrs. Bea Jaffer, president of tht Greater Miami Pioneer Women',' Council. Mrs. Jacobs is president of Club No. 2. Pioneer Women's Review Pioneer Women, Club No. 1. heard Rabbi David Shapiro last night at Kneseth Israel Congre^a tion in a book review of Robert St. John's, Tongue Of The Prophet. Cure above is the architect's preliminary study for the new House of Worship ot Temple rth Shoiom. The building, estimated to cost approximately S500.000, will be erected ad cent to the present religious center of the congregation. 'eciea aatampaign to raise $500,000 for — "_ erection of a new House of ^rhip for Temple Beth Shoiom been announced by Leon Ell, bdent hi Kenneth oka is named keral chairman of the campaign, |h James Albert acting as coi harles Silvers will head lal Gifts Committee, and 1 Ciifts Committee will luntler the direction of Morry B. i li Dr. Alexander Robassist he appeal for funds by 150 r> will get under way on; pin| program were San ch 1st, and continue for a sixner executive director period. Ell said. he new Temple will be eretrted [the vacant lot immediately adpit to the present building used congregation as its House Worship and Religious School. i lot is io8 by 205 feet and will vide 21.000 square feet for the (ice. Iccording to preliminary studies pe by the architect, the Temple be of a functional, contempodesign "Its simplicity will be anced by horizontal styling, a triple bayed portico serving i bold frame for the sculptured kbols of the faith," Ell ex ned. he interior of the Temple will "ii an Ark, mounted high e a platform. This will be of tared wood. The main Temple will have a seating capacity approximately 1,800 persons. rhn the new Temple is conted, the present building—one he historic structures on the and originally used by Carl er as headquarters — will be pied to Religious School I community center use. Leon Kronish is spiritual "of the Liberal Congregation Mted with the Cnion of AmerHebrew Congregations. use Students Capped At Mount Sinai Capping exercises for nine students attending Mount Sinai Hospital's School of Practical Nursing were observed last Thursday in the Memorial Room at the hospital. Mrs. Max Dobrin. chairman of the School's Advisors' Committee, presided at the exercises. The principal address was made by Miss Dorothy Cason. director of the Family Service Agency of Miami. Others participating in the capCertof Mount Sinai; Miss Frieda I.ebensbaum. RN, school director who presented the class; and Mildred A. Vogel. RN, director of nursing, who administered the Practical Nurses Pledge. Dr. Joseph Narot. Rabbi of Temple Israel, delivered the invocation. Monseigneur W. Barry, of St. Patrick's Church, made the Benediction. Students receiving their caps have completed four months of classroom instruction and supervised practice in the year's course in practical nursing at Mount Sinai. They will now be given special practice in all major services prior to their graduation in October. Those capped were Doris Clyde | and Doris Chinsky. Miami Beach; Elizabeth Donahue. Camden. New Jersey; Mary Rita Fox, Evanston, Illinois; Mary Resnick. 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f>AGE 4 B *Jeistntrid(iar_ a Between you and Me By BORIS SMOLAR (Copyright, 195i, Jev ish • : •9 DIPLOMATIC NOTES: MOSCOW'S diplomatic break with Israel will 11 prevent ol Soviet anti-Semitism at the IN General Assembly which resumes its sesB %  : February 24th Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Vishinsky, I will head the Soviet i. n at the Assembly, will have I i do a lot of explainii after he hear* his country denounced by j-.. tnerous I'N delegates Israel Ambassador Abba Eban will spare no words in expressing the abhorrence of the entire Jewish world of the Kremlin's incitement a Jews And all in tions point io the fact that he will be support e by delegates of the United States, various European countries and Latin America The American delegation a; the Unit* i will follow the line of President Eisenhower who. ;:: undiplomatic language, shar] demned the S t iet anti Jewish drive The Argentine delegation is expected fo take the lead among the Latin American delegations, in lint with the %  against S anti-Semitism madArgentine President Juan Pen I I i>-. ,.-. egations \airt Brazil an • tion of in the i Iron Curtain Simuitam lets voiced at the I ted Nat i Americans lews • tted to I Nations n wit %  • %  ••-.. %  %  • lews re intensi vities '• to inflw %  v ,; ',i; -•.. %  : on Israel .me American d i d enly against Israel until now an becon bolder, i ances aim to create nidi the American Govi i atmosphere less men %  % %  I i ... One su*i/i peitba isu can diplomatic representati Ethiopia, of all countries 0 re in the American drpforr. service in Arab countri'^-. r. In tal^y. the, po--: ment of Loy Henderson as i E Km I ..--., lor to Egypt is laki •. as an indication that the State Di | ent is embarking on a'policj i I flirting with Egypt Henderson was known as strong ly anti-Zionist both during hie in Washington and as ^ n ember : the American • !• tit n at the United Nations d the period when the Pale-tine par tition resolution was cons ler His appointment to the Cairo post when Israel is seeking to pre vent the sending of American arms • i Egypt can only strengthen WE HAVE SAVED 3,000,000 U 1939 LETS ASSURE THEIR fl Hotel Unit Reaches 65 Percent Of Quota; i ,*"'•""•''* Dan Richter Will Head Jewelers' Unit ""* I he Hoti L'nil I the Combined Jewish Api attained 65 per enl f its 1 153 quota it has been announced here \ ...' collections • : rted Sam I.achman. Hotel ft in 10 per cei sition with thi State I ranee ol i tions at this same WASHINGTON TRbNDS: It I • [Si • ....... ... ; of five 1 • • • %  -. %  League foi i e than thn it trui • %  • fti requests witl n gar I to lpartment Another anti-Zionist mal who is scheduled I assigned lo an important post is %  u.id-worth H;antiZionist feelings have been no -<•> ret sii the daj hen he was in tmei an liplomatic %  Palestine He is ican Minister to Cze< but the State Departmi hit \ erican r to Pakistan whi< h al sides with the v [ainst nited Nations ISRAEL ART: Much is kl in .h;country about Isj • litical affairs and economic pmbbut little — in fact very lit tie — iknown here about Israel's contributions to modern art give careful. ln nis r ,..pe f t. the Israel theatre cons requests an< ] i sra eii Those whi ai to 1 s memore luck time in the 1S52 campaign U a lest number of are I.achman. Muravchick. Abe Kurman and 1 i lardner A three week final push has been outlined by hotel operators and owners in order to reach the qui 'u : >175.0OO n Uarch 1-'. Sps. prospects in the Miami area are N. Raff. Irving Kipnis and J. J Shepard Serving with the WorkerCommittees t> cover all hotelin Hade County are: Abe C.ureuiz. .lo-eph Dalle t. Leo Eisenstein, Jack Fishman. Paul Grossinger. Sam Kaplan cveculive secretary. Miami Beach Hotel Association. Harry Koretzky, Ralph Lachman, Appointments of the Young Adult • %  Combined Jewish been announced by Division ordiutaf week. Named to head the!( l group are co-chairajl Schwartz Douglas Li'* chairman of i... • ,. nd?JI wetsGa -tated a chairmen would be us Assisting as co-chairmen will be: the kuk..:: -ii-.•:.-< Jacob Rabinowitz. Herman Rubin, i Division David Bass. David Nossek and' ,„ .• Individual so!; Representatives of approximate l\ 40 trades, professions and industries attended the second report meeting Hc-iman also announced the appoint merit of Dan Richter to head the Jewelers t'nit in Miami and Max Paul to serve as the Miami Beach Jewelers Unit. about this alleged meeting mer.ts in the field of modern paintSimon that the Arab representatives mg To build ^tler under do ff. Joseph Rose. Bernard music have had much Windt, Morris puhler. Lew Broth, than Israeli achieve Harry Geraon, Victor Silverman. Lachman and Martin MolArthur SackBill Lehman was named co-chairman of the Used Car Dealercroup, and Joe Zuckerman will head the Auto Dealers Unit. Sam Luhy. Jr., was appointed cochairman of the Auto Showrooms and ServiceStations Unit. I :rtradeworker to complete hientire assignment of card covwas Morrii Meyer, a volunteer in the Retail Division. Henry active for many years in philanthropic and welfare work with local fraternal organizations, has leen assigned pledge cards in the Manufacturing and Women's Apparel Unit Berg will cover storein til? downtown Miami area Young Adults groups Dade Count} i asked Senator Tafl I an thi •mer.t in the near future Anti Israc i element in WashingDavid M. Trau, Exalted r r: :^;c:ni Beach Elks Lodge 1601, cr.d Maurice Doc i the Arr.e:Qim Committee of the Lodge and the Army & Navy Union Gc:r:.scr. 235, completa plans for a joint celebration end observance of Brotherhe od Week the birthdays of V/ashinqton and Lincoln and the birthday cf the Benevolent Protective Order cf Elks ci the United States of America. The join! meeting was held at the Lodge last night Publishing Company, a New YorkTel Aviv enterprise, has just pubii-hed I-rael Painters, an album of excellent reproductions of the workof a number of outstanding Israel artists The reproductiongive an excellent idea of the hn.h calibre of art which il>eing created in the Jewish State Not all of them reflect Israel local themes, but all of them testify to the fact that there itoday in Isi rael a group of painterwho turity cannot be doubted Among those represented in the album are Hoshe Moka !> an I Mor idecai Ardon-Bronstein, Moshs Itel and Hayim ArtI el Jancu and Hayim G Menahem Shemi Zaritzky, Mordecai I.. Arieh Lubin Thesi group • kra< ten A fin. : i preface wri • i to arl i %  h in the r. %  The Ian • providi irn iti -. • ,.' %  %  U aabost the half of the total pledge cards in the Trades Division of the Combined Jewish the hands of %  hairman Sam Heiman called An expansion of raising industry the importation of sheep from Turkey. Aaj tion of 400.000 Israel Israel Bond funds hal] The Israel Government last month voted to advance 3.000.000 I-rael Pounds for the construeAppeal are now in tion of 3.000 dwelling units for new nounced by the rkers. immigrants, to be located in farm this project A further ansettlements The money will come rael Pounds has be Budgthe Israel Governmeat single share of sheep breeding. The ---— %  *.>. %  .. v """lit "III other pep rally dinner meeting for out of the next Development trades leaders last night in the et. the largest single sha.. i anorama Room of the Biscayne which is expected from the Israel distributed to sett Terrace Hotel. Bond 1>suc immigrants. u L I ir. Schwartzmcm To Speak At Zionist Luncheon Louis Schwartzman will address the Zionist Luncheon Club on nesday. February 25th. 12:15 pm at the Ritz-Plaza Hotel, Miami ?nn n UU ,0piC Wi be: Judals '" And Democracy. The guest speak er is executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education here a l? t^O ix^ ShTwn^c^^^^ns Uni, lend. fuJj coop€rQt : on to ^ Comb.ned Je^ cards in the camrja'ian -hJv^ CU Sea,ed second b !" left) is the first group and Greater MS^ ,ai ,u d for relief m Israel and for suppC { '* Weasel and Jack Colrra'; ^', ? a ed (left ,0 ri ? h • Rabbi Morm Skop. J--J3 Hi Schlacer end Si


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rFRRIJ ARY 20, 1953 \th Annual intttitute On Judaism Ef At IMh Sholom Wednettilau JLkwiltBpridHajn lurth Annual Institute On |,,M he sponsored by the %  lianii Intorfaith Council |c-il.iv February 25th. 11 E p.m.. a! Temple Beth Ur will be held in celcbf National Brotherhood Is bcinij offered in co"with the Greater Miami I 0 f Church Women, the Ite of Jewish Women's Or'„ of Dade and Broward Tand the Negro Branch of jcil of Church Women. Ln of the morning session Ir. Herman Rubin. Rabbi hnish. Beth Sholom spiritfcr, will deliver the weljjdress and conduct memEn educational tour of the m. Ipeakor will be Rabbi Max ICongreaation Beth David Header. His topic is: Basic If Judaism. An open forSollow. Summation of the Cession will be made by Li Brenner Meyers, Miami land active civic leader. •\ins; Lehrman, president Inference of Jewish WornJnizations, will be afterfion chairman, with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. North Shore Jewish Center spiritual leader, scheduled as guest speaker. He will discuss Jewish Contributions To World Civilization. Mrs. Milton Sirkin, member of the Conference, will be in charge of the summation. Community singing will be led by Mrs. Irwin Weinstein. In charge of reservations are Mrs. Robert Weitz and Mrs. Leonard Glasser. PAGE II B MADE \er Plans Hazaar tmen's Group of the Flagda Jewish Community bet at the home of Mrs. ebar last week to further an Annual Carnival and March 8th. tidncy Stiller, chairman, fcntcd .Mrs. Hy Coverman of food. Launch New UM Press Series A new University of Miami Press series will be launched on March 7th, with publication of Studies In Shakespeare, a collection of 12 arJ tides delivered at the University's Shakespeare Festival last Spring. The book will be numbered Volume I of the "University Of Miami Publications In English And American Literature. Editors of Studies In Shakespeare are Dr. Arthur D. Matthews and Dr. Clark M. Emery, both of the University's English faculty. Dr. Matthews headed the scholarly section of last year's Festival. Dr. Emery, who is on leave this year to complete a hook on Ezra Pound, is in charge of bringing together the Shakespearean scholars who | will present this year's papers on the last two days of the Festival, ; April 24th and 25th. Published below is another in a series of lessons in modem conversational Hebrew which will be pubhshed weekly by The Jewish Floridian. The complete series constitutes a course aimed at providing the fundamentals of the language as it is now spoken in Israel and is based on a textbook, Hebrew Made Easy, by Miss Shoshana Spec tor, faculty member at the Hebrew Academy, Miami Beach. This and subsequent lessons will appear here in conjunction with a program over radio station WMBM on Sundays at 12 noon. Entitled, Let Us Learn Hebrew, the program ij conducted by Miss Spector and is a feature of Jacob ScliachterS Jewish Hour. The Jewish Floridian will provide the visual aid necessary to participate in the course. There is jcllo (flavored with) Yesh ka rish mi-pri ha-'a re? the fruits of the land Have you pudding? Surely! Maybe pastry? Excellent Ha'im yesh le-cha Ha-vi-zah? Ba-fuah TJ-lai duv-sha-ni-yot? Me-?uy-yan Waiter, you forgot the napMel-aar, shz-chah u ma pit kin Hern, internationally violinist virtuoso, i Eugene Ysaye in the blor musical, Tonight pg. having its Southniere showing at the [and Town theatres on day. February 25th. 1)1 Muniv Svhool Chamber Concert The University of Miami School of Music presented the third concert in this year's series of Contemporary Chamber Music programs at the Lowe Gallery, University Main Campus, on Wednesday evening. The program, prepared by Renee Longy, consisted of Sonata for Flute. Oboe, Clarinet and Piano, by Milhaud; Quintet for Oboe. Clarinet, Violin. Viola and Double Bass, by Prokofiev; Suite for Oboe. Clarinet and Viola, by Thompson; and Cycle of Songs for Tenor and Piano, by Vaughan Williams. (So) sorry! Sir, here is the knife And here is the fork And here is the spoon Se-li-hah 'Ado-ni, hin-neh ha-sak-kin Ve-hin-neh ha-maz-leg Ve-hin-neh ha-kap-pit .rvpB nnp^ nfft Jnrr'pp .psn run rfn$ Hebreui Made Easy is published by thf Liveright Publishing Company, New York City. Persons wishing to purchase a copy may do so by writing Miss Shoshana Spector, care of The Jewish floridian, and enclosing a check or money order for $1.50. Sadye G. Rose 2113 CORAL WAY Phone 43-0781 Smathers On Committee WASHINGTON — Senate Demo cratic Leader Lyndon P. Johnson, of Texas, said today that the appointment of Senator George A. Smathers, of Florida, to the Senate Small Business Committee, "as ures small business the presence of one of its ablest and most ag gressive friends" upon Ibis impori tant group. The appointment was announced.here by Vice President Richard M. 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[y, FEBR UARY 20, 1953 herhood Program At Beach Center Feature Historic Washington Letter *'Jewish 'gkg Mtm a warm letter of welcome. George Washington's reply is addressed to the Hebrew Congregation of Newport. It was seen by millions as part of the Freedom Train Exhi bition, and in 1946, the colonial building in Newport, known as the Touro Synagogue, was dedicated as a national historic shrine." Mr. and Mrs. Morgenstern will be guests on the special Washing ton Birthday program of Simon Seiden's Jewish Forum over station WMIE Sunday, at 10 am Florida Region, National encc of Christians and Jews, m Men's Club of the Miami [Jewish Center will present Senator Claude Pepper and Brving I-ehrman on Monday ;. 8:30 p m., in the Center j on Washington Avenue. evening devoted to broth, and democracy, the proH jll also feature the public of the historic letter from Washington to the Touro fcgue of Newport in which 6 l President stated the prinnf American democracy and feme of brotherhood. [rving Cypen will preside | brotherhood meeting Monht as president of the Men's ..a'l'ii Irving Lehrman will 1 the significance ol the ocMlami Beach Mayor D. Lee will extend official greetnd there will be remarks by bob Cunningham, executive of (he Florida Chapter. al conference of Christians fars; Samuel N. Friedland, fcni ol the Miami Beach Jewbter; Dr Wylie Scott, of the pnlty church: and Morris hstern. of New York, owner [ historic Washington letter. ittee members said they| ite an attendance of 2,000' he memory of the late Lewis a( Mondav nights meet|Grant formerly of 6102 SW 14th c prosram will be open to PAGE 13 A Mrs. (iottcsman Will Host Garden Party A garden party will be held at the home of Mrs. Alfred Gottesman, 8021 Old Cutler Road, Coral Gables, on Tuesday, February 24th, 12:30 p.m. Assisting Mrs. Gottesman as hostess will be Miss Sadye Nathan. Proceeds are for asthmatic patients in the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Barbakoff Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Esther Barbakoff, formerly of 632 Hialeah Drive, Hialeah. will take place Sunday, February 22nd. at 12 noon at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi S T. Swirsky officiating. Mrs. Barbakoff is survived by her husband Max; two sons. Alec and Nathan; also a sister, Mrs. Katziff and three grandchildren. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company; friends and rela tives are asked tb attend. Dr. Henry Gerald. Mentalist. humorist and psychologist, will appear before the Temple Israel Men's Club on Monday evening, February 23rd, 8:15 p.m., in Kaplan Hall. H. T. Shulenbergar will be master of ceremonies. Known as the Man Of Mystery. Dr. Gerald offers a program featuring telepathy and hypnotism. Grant Unveiling The dedication of a monument to (tire community, with mem the Miami Beach clergy of nominations to be special Street, will take place Sunday, Feb ruary 22nd, at 10 a.m. at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery with Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating. Mr. Grant is survived by his wife, Dorothy Diane; a son, Arnold; two showing of the Washington I daughter Sandra ^ and s „ •asarranged by Morgenstern 1^^. also his parents Mr and M Iheolog.cal SemH arry Grant, of Toronto. Ontario; a brother Norman and a sister, Mrs. Rose Alber, both of Toronto. Mr. Grant was a member of the West Miami Community Center. Palmer's Monument Company is in charge of arrangements; friends and relatives are asked to attend. Jew :-li America. flelter was written in the of 1790. after the troubrs of the American Revoording to Morgenstern. in: Washington was touring i Republic He came to Rhode Island, a seafaring the part of the country Id by the champion of reIliberty. Roger Williams. I people of Newport had felt Uness nf the war. and they Rued long and hard about 1 Constitution of the United But when the General town, they turned out to Morgenstern explained. es Seixas. sexton of the Helonaregation of Newport, a |of Washington's, sent him j Wiener Roast I Miami Young Zionist Disks planned a wiener roast ten Park on Sunday, Febj22nd. A motorcade will he Jewish Community CenSW 16th Avenue, at 8:30 Miss Weiland On Meet Your Neighbor Program Meredith Weiland, daughter of Mrs. Lenore and the late Jonas Weiland, will be Harold Shapiro's guest on The Meet Your Neighbor Program this Sunday, 8:15 p.m., over station WINZ. Miss Weil and, who was selected by the Miami Beach Exchange Club as Student Of The Month, will speak on George Washington And Brotherhood. Fischler Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Elizabeth Fischler, formerly of 631 SW 11th Street, will take place Sunday, February 22nd at 10 a.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Max Shapiro | officiating. Mrs. Fischler is surviv-1 ed by her husband Louis; two sons, I Herbert and .ra, and a daughter, j Mrs. Benjamin Bloom, all of Miami; also three brothers. Cy, David and Abe Kronfeld, and a sister, Mrs. Sylvia Rosenbloom, all of New York. Arrangements are in charge i of Palmer's Miami Monument Company: friends and relatives are asked to be present. !" K um ntnauHoi COMIWHY WTO BUJQ MIAMI M MA rmm KUIDENlT .If .V.„„ Announcing Opening of the Miami Beach Speech Clinic 530 LINCOLN ROAD Patio No. 7 For Treatment of Speech Disorders Phone* 48-3593 — 4-7343 Director-ANITA R. WEINBERG, B.S. Cohen. Miller At Lunch Oscar Cohen, national director of the Community Service Divis ion, Anti-Defamation League, and Alexander F. Miller, southern director of the ADL, B'nai B'rith, will be guest speakers at the weekly luncheon meeting of Miami Beach Lodge No. 1591 on Tuesday February 24th, 12:15 p.m., in the National Hotel. 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PAGE 2B L~.l*feace which Hitler and hiantiSemitic doctrines constituted. For n irefront for the support and es CJA Women Hear Mrs. Pilavin MrAlbert Pilavin, of 1' ience. Rhode Island, chairm. he National Women's Division of .'he I'nited Jew%  h Appeal and eader in many nd philanhropic 5, -poke t the Security •ivisi n LunchGreat•r Mi :i \p n i :'. in the S H • hairan M lounced th.it Mrs Pilavin has just returned from ;. tact fin >ion to Israel, North Africa and France, where -he completed a study "from the womenpoint of view" of the problemof women and children whose welfare depends on the outcome of the current CJA drive. Chairman of the third women's solicitation function in behalf of the local campaign is Mrs. Max Weitz. Assisting as co-chairmen will be the Mesdames Fred Jonas. Harry Magid. Harry Platoff. Henry Seitlin. John L Serbin, Joseph Shawmut and Max Temchin. The Women's Division has passed the halfway mark towards its quota of $160,000 in the local campaign, according to a recent report by Mrs. Glasser. This unit led all others in 1952 in exceeding its assigned quota. The committee assisting Mrs. Max Weitz with arrangements for the social event included the liesdames David Bass. Sophie Berke. Albert Dubbin. Leo Eisenstein. Aarron Farr. William I. Feuer. Morris Gettlemen. Morris Oarber. Adolph Ginsberg. Louis Gold. Louis Goldman, Hazel Goodman. Ruth Goodman. The Mesdames Abe Greenberg. David Hecht. Sara Holland. Ada Joseph, Leon Kaplan, Sidney Kupferberg. Murray Mattes, Joseph u Jules Gillette (left) is the first Lincoln Hoad merchant to post his We Gave Placard as the Combined Jewish Appeal Trades Division launches its drive in the Men's Wear Stores Unit. At right is Trades Division Chairman Sam Heiman who recently announced a goal of S700.000 for the members of Dade County's trades, professions and industries. If Imanutl Celler tablishment of an ir-iependent Jewish -tate IK' haplayed a prominent role in Jewish communal oritions, working actively on drives of the I'mtcti Jewish A| and other national groups A native of Brooklyn, New York, he een for many years an outstanding attorney and a leading proponent for human rights The Hosts Committee assisting the attorneys I 'nit. will be com: of top campaign cabinet leadership including Kane and Carl Weinkle, president of the Greater Miami Jewish federation "Your Contnoutor bigns here,'' says Trades (Jnairman Sam Heiman second from left as he assians Combined Jewish Appeal Pledge Cars to Jerome Stern (left), Leo Ackerman and Jack Daner at a recent Trades Division workers meeting. Heiman announced that increased needs of Miami's health and welfare agencies and emergencies in Israel and overseas called for intensive work by the trades division to attain the campaiqn goal of Sl.398,000. Ko Pelowlh He 4 Miami? Metro Cami M. J. Kopelowih v, paigner with the r Jewish Federation.^ pointed chairman of the Miami area in the Metropolitan Division, it has been announced by Division Chairman Harry Zukernick. Kopeiowitz served in the 1952 campaign as Fed eration district representa t i v e and is active in many local, civic and welfare organizations. "Manpower will bring,j in the Metropolitan DivyT year." said Kopehmin 1 ceptance of the new af entire city of Miami *n ited. block-by block, in %  campaign in an all-out |S achieve the Metropolitan J $75,000." Zukernick also anno| appointment of inmg g chairman of the Southtt* area in the Metropolitan Saal has served for (our a major with the MetropoJt, vision and was head of tkMiami area in the 1952 The Metropolitan caip^ be officially launched Ik week in March week following a planning mcetin; of top level Metropolitan campaign leaders. Clein has been 0 Board member of the Flaglcr Granada Jewish Community Center for four years I and was vice president during the years 1950-51. He also headed the Flaglcr Granada community for the Metropolitan Division in the 1952 CJA campaign. A resident of the Miami area fit* I. CWi for 28 years and in the < business here, he is 11 Georgia Military Colk£ University of Georgia. Enthusiastic workers of the Security Div n ^** Maze Samuel Bitter, In Rosen, day, February 17th, at the Saxony Hotel [G^T^'^^ Appea1 me P^n their Annual Gifts Luncheon > !" 22 M A G1 ? Mer Ma Weitz chairman ofS.n • I 2 ,' me the Meedarae. Roee Ritter, Leon Kapkjj Dubbm. Moms Garber. Henry Seitlin. Abe Gree^ a M^r"'J^ Tomcl "n. Ruth Goodman. Pearl Graft. Ida I* •"*g. Max Goodman. Adolph Ginnberq and WiUkim I. Feuer. Dr. Celia Wohl Schultz. Spero. Irving Westin and Zeltzer. Ralph 1 Oscar



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-AGE 10 A *j^#stf#fcr**vL___ TODAY, FEBRUAR Y tamowitz, Tokayer ^itesln Miami Mr. and Mrs Henry Samowitz, | 785 SW 2'.-t R'>ad. announce be marriage of their daughter. Uilyn, to Harold, son of Mr and ,lrs. Louis Tokayer, Brooklyn, New i'ork. The ceremony took place on Feb;-ary 8th a l the Miami Hebrew • ..no.4 and C ingregation. with i: • ; Sim. n April and Cantor I', •Celemcr officiating. Following the ceremony, a at tl Royal Hungarian was honor ol the newlyweds the immedii %  %  nd |n I ests. Five local Si,th<*xfa I Con-m*" Cagij" Theolcqica! & America. Shown !"!" dents at the affiliated S:s:erhcods hereThe J*^ !" "> Lauler. Beth Da* Khnqer Noi.h Shore Joseph San. Miami Beach; and Samuel pictured is Mrs. Nat She Israelite Center. Michael Shaw To Be K;ir Mit/vah i MickMl Shaw, son of Mr. and M GUsta> Shaw, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning. Feb-1 nun 2Ut. !' am. at Beth David Congregation Rabbi MM Shapiro, spiritual [ ea der, will officiate, with Cantor Maurice MaBichea assisting. The Bar Mitzvah is an 8th grade student at Shenandoah Junior High School "here he is a member of ,Ac*rt Band He is also a member oi Boj Scout Troop No. pjg .it Beth David. [Hi religious preparation for rmation was under th guid,,f Mr Louis C.adon. member oi ..„. Beth David faculty. \ reception at the Temple and B | home will follow the ceremony. Mr and Mrs. Fritz Mokotoff. the Mittvah's paternal grandparents, reside in Israel. Guests of will be bis maternal grand mother, Mrs Anna Shaw, and his aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spingarn. Mrs. Harold Tokayer white chantilly 1 ., %  styled with ,.., %  • long ':.. I n a white with s part her et semble, H! mount'streamers. rnard Bastack: I Pittsgh, Pennsylvania, sister of the ras matron of honor and [ yellow roses. Mrs -•• • if the bridesi lar his brothI in In ii tla • ".en dinner the couple %  i e < iple will n • ii Mis Women To Study \ Constitution 1 M( mbl rof the !': i League of Women Voters of MiBeach will meet next week at neighborhood discussion groups to the first two items on the program of the state League of n Voters The organization isupporting two bills to modernize the Florida n -titution. All meetings are at 10 a.m., and will be Monday, Februarj 23rd. Mrs Rand) Polansky 9720 Wesl Baj Harbor Drive, Bay Harbor I-land. Wednesday, February 25th MrRobert Yaffey, 2074 Prairie Avenue, and Friday, Februarj 27th. Mrs Roland Granat, 4550 Royal Palm Avenue The two state items studied will include establishing a Constitutional Commission and to chanainu the lative article in the present constitution providing f"r annual salaries for legislators and an open end session annually instead of the present 60-da> session 0 art! Party \t Hatlv Center Anson Klinger Bar \ card partj "ill North Dade Jewish Center on Wed j February 25th. 8 p.m ,.. of Mah Jongfi will be in play, awell as a variety of card and refreshments will be provided bj Frieda Klein. Sadie Greenberg, Esther Kaufman. Ida Goodman Lil Marrow and Dorothy Helfenhem be held at the MilZVilll TolllOITOW I linns \ IVII H MeCmrrmm EMUA meeting oi the Tamara Chap-, there Anson I'eter Klinger. son of Mr and Mrs Samuel S Klinger. 2601 SW 3rd Street, will become Bar Mitzvah tomorrow morning. Feb ruary 21st. 9 a.m.. at the Beth David Synagogue. Rabbi Max Shapiro, spiritual leader, will officiate. The Bar Mitzvah is a student at Shenandoah Junior High School, where he is active in sports. He received his religious training at Beth David and will continue Jon I. Prager, son oi Mis. Rug Prager. Miami Beach, 3 Donald A. Prager. Los Anqtj es. will be Bar Mitzvah Sal urday morning, 10:45 a.m.,it Temple Beth Shoiom. Ra& Leon Kronish will official, 1 Jon is an 8th grade students Riverside Military Academ in Hollywood. Arlene Byrnes Will Bo June Bride Ir Mrs David i hei 1710 SW 13th Street Miami, announce the engagement of their \rlcne Lots Hymes. Lar j ; • %  radio Station an.inceir. Plea^antville. New JerThe couple were introduced by the bride-elect's brother and sis-j Dr Leonard Hymes and Mrs ft nnie Goodelman. while Mined ir. Atlantic Citj H; me< graduated from Mi %  i High School and is now a lent at La France School oi %  %  %  %  "Ir. Carle, with radio station 'Mi. gradui ti h Scl Emersoi atti "led American [nt trnal i ollege. The couple plan a Juni Atlantic City. New Jersey Member^ will also discuss reorganizing the Executive Department oi the state government in order to reduce the 127 boards and ag< :. to about 26 departments. emphasis the need f'>r a deof revenue instead of 19 tax colli lea irts showing the present -tructure of government and the proposed reorganization, which were made by Mrs. Thoma.1 Wood, vice president of the Miami I.YVV. will be displayed at all the unit meetings, which are open to the public Mrs Leonard Heller will Ixdiscussion leader. ter. Mizrachi Women's Organization, will be held on Tuesday ev ening. February 24th. 8:30 p.m.. at the Tides Hotel. Guest speaker will be Norman R. Lyons, attorney, news commentator and honorary president of. the Zionist District of Coral Gables. He will discuss The Effect Of The McCarran Immigration Law Bronner, Nardin Rites Richard M Bronner. formerly of Miami, was married to Miss Edith Nardin. daughter of Mr and Mrs Arthur Nardin. New York City, at the Esses House there on February 8th The Bronners are now residing in Bismarck. North Dakota, where Mr Bronner is an oil operator He is a graduate of Miami Beach High School and attended the Universtt) of Florida The Klingers will hold a reception in honor of Anson on Sunday. 2 p.m., at their home. Honored guests will include his maternal grandparents. Mr and Mrs. Joseph Marcus, of Brooklyn, New York. and his uncle. Morris Klinger. of New York City. Epsteins Mark 54th "Anniversary Mr and .rs jacoo Epstein were honored last Saturday on the occasion of their 54th wedding anniversary A dinner and reception was attended by their children. Dr and Mrs Morris Smith and Dr. and Mrs. Elmer L Shaffer, all of Philadelphia. Pennsylvania. Others present were Mr. and Mrs Alexander Van Stratton. Mr. and Mrs David Sfhiman. Mrs. Jean Himmelfarb, Mrs Caroline Berenson. Mrs Ruth Klein and Mr. and Mrs jo*. Smith rr Ronald Bowmar.. son oil Ruth Bowman, 1559 Miciiga] Avenue, will be Bai ^ at the Miami Beach Cental on Saturflay, Fd ary 21st. Rabbi lrvingT man will officiate. A stn* at Riverside Military emy. Ronald is in the I grade. The Epsteins arc grandparents of Dr. Alvin H Smith. Philadei-1 I ,, vv HftlTlS TV ir and Mrs Hi.rari. Shaffer l "*' Dr. IVlt'oorsliY At \J >kV< !.n Dr David I'etegorsky, national phia. Dr and Mrs. Horace Shaffer executive director of the American Jewish Congress and member of the Executive World Jewish guest speaker at the open meeting Residing at 1600 Collins Avenue. Beach, was made here mo of the Florida Women's Division the Epsteins are Miami Beach pi! The couple plan an eartj i of the American Jewi h Congress oneen Mr. Epstein is a former | wedding and will M*nd the* idaj February 23rd. 12 30 mans hat manufacturer and was cymoon in Havana. Cuba. at the Sea Gull Hotel owner of the Devon Hat Company, make their home in L 'vine, Treister i II Their Betrothal Max I. Carolina troth : nneth Trei-, 1. %  Mi II ii ride-eli radu it< I from ei H %  : Si h (it Miami, where he was president of the F"reshman Class, member of the band and winner oj numerous debating honors. His fraternity isZeta Beta Tau. The couple plan a June wedding i.i Charleston. Kullman, Weede To Star In Verdi's La Traviata The "f Charles Kullman and 1: Weede has I-'::; been acclaim concert and opera fans Mui ers of the Greater Miami an have anmle opportunit] •••hen ;>-. two male leadin I.., '. Verd popular op t ir K i %  Miami. and Miss Janice Shaffer. Trenton. New Jersey: and Dr. and Mrs. Al( ommittee of the fred S Berne. New York City. They Congress, will be also have four great grandchildren. Announcement of the ment of Miss Gladys Lerr. i sity City. Missouri, to I Levy. 850 Commerce Street. 1 Kulli the Metn h %  most p in the .. %  Id :' music. A nati' New Haven Connecticut, si Yale graduate, he orimnaliy planned a medical career but was persuaded otherwise when singing as soloist with the college Glee Club Robert Weede. baritone Mai the Metropolitan Opera, radio and TV who will appear as Georgio Germont in Traviata. is also one of the leading interpreters of Rig. oletto. He began studying voice 1 in Baltimore with George Castello' and continue* at the Eastman j School of Music in Italv. of his Ser^a^r, t !"!" he Metropolitan Divmon (enter) point. ouJJ' wite tsTatedIcen^W T P The mee,m< 3 wa ca d by Miami Chairman M-ImS^tSSiSA t door 10 ^ 00 campaign in the Combmed Jewish A P P< HvmanKorr, V ? hU are % ^^ O-cor Zeltzer. Oaca, Zeltzer. Mr.. Samuel Gertt Hyman Kam. Kopelow.tz, Mrs. Sam Seitlin. B. H. Liberman and Jack Regal,



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+Jewi&Hlt*-*mnn PAGE IK Inks High, lagazine >d Patrick ,i\ "Israel ranks 4 ,„o-i exciting pi** fi,i to visit today,' Jrick. editor of Holicial report written the March issue of Lblished here. Kte, the excitement „. ipirit of hope that • %  ||,. lists this ex-i! other unconvenflurcs which he says lodav along with the tonal ones of good long lovely beachhunting, sunshine pilropical weather, Bour cafes, thermal jpcctacular scenery. fqualit) of drama in in no other atmosre ," writes Patrick. %  he continues, "is ,"new slate with new %  logical and economtest You can see thlch that state rests being changed from I barren land into lush hillsides and flowBde. Von can feel the It and drive of a peo|ied pride and confiheir victory over the frt to their fight for have now turned that Mdence to protecting the homeland they Liebmans Will Appear At Orlando Zionist Dinner On Sunday, February 22nd. the Orlando Zionist District will hold its annual dinner and production known as. Living Magazine, accord ing to an announcement by Arthur Pariser. president of the local district. Feature of the program, which portrays facets of Zionist life and Israeli activities, will be Mr. and Mrs. Seymour.B. Liebman and their son, Charles. Charles, who returned last summer after three years of study at Hertzliah Gymnasium in Tel Aviv, will speak op Youth In Israel. Mrs. 4,iebman, pricipal of a Mi ami Beach elementary school, will discuss: Educational And Sociological Problems In Israel. Mr. Liebman. member of the National Executive of the ZOA and vice president of the Southeastern Zionist Region, is scheduled to air: Zionism Today And In The Future. Something to Share LMwnMf, i eH e u a mood 1 rSomr .ihjiu/lu f.,w,„l,a.,1*r SJb-lulh CM J'O be Uft .—— (iranada llr. Sasla \v pi's Group of the FlagJewish Community bt night p Stiller chairman, anMrs. Leon Bernard pTf the monthly lunchfor Tuesday. Febker was Dr. Milton S. Discussed Rheumatic Heart Disease In Saslaw is director of arch at the National krdiac Home. of the (enter under pship of Sidney Stiller ek to complete the he current year. Latktion was for a newly |stage in the auditor rschner. membership held a meeting on contact past memng were the Mesdames kn. Berry (lein. Ben go Gittleson, Maurice I Hollander and Harry I currently being cornsummer camp which Oer the chairmanship iry Dansky, Report Charges Red Activities On Miami Beach "Supporters and at least one authorized representative of a Communist daily newspaper in New York have been sponsoring benefit concerts — the most recent of which was on February 8th — at Miami Beach," wrote David Kraslow, staff writer for the Miami Herald, in an article on Sunday. Kraslow said the concerts were for the benefit of the Morning Freiheit. Yiddish daily newspaper which has been labeled as Communist by the House Un-American Activities Committee. The article indicates that the Sunday affair at the Jewish Cultural Center, 42H' Lenox Avenue, featured as guest speaker Chaym Sutler, identified by the Congressional body "as having been the principal speaker at a Communist Party meeting in Brownsville, New York, on May 21, 1947." The program was arranged by Morris Roninsky, Miami, who is a manager of the Morning Freiheit Committee, according to Kraslow, and who was a charter president of the Cultural Center. The House Un-American Activities Committee may investigate reports that meetings have been held at the Center under the sponsorship of the Freiheit, said a report in the Miami Herald late this week. Chairman Harold Velde, Illinois Republican, said the Congressional Committee "will see what is back of" concerts held at the Jewish Cultural Center and "find out what else we can about Communist activity there." 9 By special arrangement with the United Synagogue ol America, the American jewish Pres3, the feature and news service of the American Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, herewith syndicates Songs To Share by Rose B. Goldstein. The piano settings are by Reuven Kosakoff. The illustrations are by E. Schloss. This song is part of the book. Songs To Share — Matnat Shir — published by the United Synagogue Commission on Jewish Education. (Copies of the complete book of 24 songs may be purchased from the United Synagogue Commission, 3080 Broadway, New York 27, N.Y.) In her preface to Songs To Share, the author calls attention to the fact that "religious Jew3 have always found support in Song"; that "they chanted their prayers, sang their Zemirct and intoned their studies." Some of the melodies in her book are of her own composition Call On AAA To Halt Endorsing Of Discriminating Hotel NEW YORK — The American Automobile Association was called upon last week to cease its endorsement of hotels guilty of racial and religious discrimination. The appeal was made by the Travel Agents Committee to Combat Discrimination in the Travel Industry, an organization of 125 leading travel agents in the metropolitan area. Agents Alfred F. Schmeiss, James A. Sullivan and Karl Tausig represented the Committee in its statement to the AAA. "The AAA continues to follow the practice of recommending hotels that discriminate in its triptiks. Its directories still list, as approved, many such hotels," the Committee said. Such discrimination is contrary' to American ideals and democratic practices, it declared, and asked the AAA to use its publications and facilities to serve only "those hotels and resorts free from the blight of discrimination." %  %  \ FP&L Approves High Expenditures for 1953 New construction expenditures for the coming year of $33,000.0000 —more than $5,000,000 greater than had been anticipated—were approved Monday by the Board of Directors of Florida Power & Light Company. Much of the new program will I be devoted to expanding and strengthening the "pool ol power' 1 and network of transmission lines that serve the fast growing South Florida area, according to FP&L President McGregor Smith. Fashion Show Featured A Margaret Newman Fashion Show featured the Sisterhood i Day Tenth Anniversary uuncneon i at Temple Beth Sholom on Wednes\ day in the Banquet Hall. Mrs Trixie Levin was in charge of special arrangements for the show, I and Mrs. Alexander Robbins ] served as commentator, according i to Mrs. Leon Kronish, program chairman. Serving as models were the Mesdames Walter Jacobs, Milton Jacobs, Stanford Jacobs, Norman Arkin. William Loeb. Alexander Kogan. Al Bernard, Ben Grenald and William Iver. Co-chairmen of the luncheon were Mrs."Joseph L. Shawmut and Mrs. Joseph L. Arkin. Mrs. Benjamin Sabin was in charge of reservations. The luncheon menu was provided by the the Mesdames Wolfie Cohen, Irving Westin, Louis Shapiro, Samuel Kelemer, George Foss, Lillian Edell, Eddie Felton. Pearl Hyams, Herman Ries, Maurice B. Shein, Irving Bachraeh, Eli Meltzer, Camille Baum, Louis Stoff. Alexander Robbins, Aaron Fair, Irving Marcus, Alex Straus, Jack Chutkow, Emanuel Baskind, Alfred D. Rajna. Irving B. Kaplan. Hyman Silver and Benjamin Zimmerman. Sisterhood President is Mrs. Aaron Farr. Forum Symposium On Brotherhood A symrjosium on Brotherhood will be given at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum, 11th Street and Ocean Court, tomorrow afternoon, 3:30 p.m. Dr. Abraham Wolfson, director j of the Forum, has invited the following speakers to address the meeting: Dr. Jacob H Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus of Temple Israel. Miami; Reverend Edward Ullrich, of the Congregational Church, Miami; Dr. Jacob H. Cunningham, Florida director of the National Conference of Christians and Jews; and Reverend Donald Harrington, lecturer for the United World Federalists who is touring Florida this week. Evelyn Stone, former member of the Miami Opera Guild, will preside. >(IIP}1 : ta expanding Israel's industry and agriculture was [this week with the signing of an agreement in Jerujy Finance Minister Levi Eshkol (left) and I. Edwin Iser, New York philanthropist and financier, preparr a y lor the founding of Israel Investors Incorporated. Kncan corporation with an authorized capital of **>• The plan of operation of IB. which has already a its application for registration with the US Securliu^ ange Comr niion. is based on a partnership [nds of Israel Government and a stipulated proporProduction of sulphuric aadc is i expected to beiin at the Fertilizers 1 and Chemicals plant at Haifa in March. Previously (his essential in^ gredient for the manufacture of 'numerous basic chemicals had to be imported. A large saving in pro, duction costs and foreign currency will result from domestic producI Uon. At the same time, it was re ported that the production of superphosphates at the Haifa plant fs being increased from 2.000 to 8,000 tons a month. A substantial .amount of Israel Bond funds have I gone into this plant. Roosevelt Lodge Has Children's Day Roosevelt Ixidgc, Knights of Pythias, sponsored a Children's Day last Sunday at Temple Beth El." Special entertainment was proj vided by the Florida Institute of i Music headed by David Zukerman and the Dance Arts Studio under, the direction of Mrs Mvra Bruce. | On Wednesday, the Lodge donated a sot of curtain drapes for Ithe special classroom of the mentalk retarded children at Ada Merritt* Junior High School. The pres entation was made by Abe Cutler and Perry Botwin who represent the Child Welfare Committee of the Roosevelt Lodge. Mrs. Helen L. Dietz, .instructor, accepted the gift on behalf of the school and was in charge of the luncheon. The Roosevelt Lodge has previously donated a wheel chair, as well as a complete work shop of arts and crafts, to the school. Slaie YttununUnvn Pivniv in Park The second annual Voungstown, Ohio Day Picnic will be held on Sunday. February 22nd. 12 noon, at Greynqlds Park, it has been announced by Sherburt S. Weiss. local attorney and chairman of the annual affair. Former residents of Youngstowri now residing here are invited. Assisting Veiss. are Herbert Harris. of Hollywood, and Al McMahon. of Fort Lauderdale.



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WARY 20, 1953 *Jewist>ncr*imr) ,ITOTICE {fl&EliY GIVES that ,,,[, %  County. Florida. 11 ;'• MMM.KS JULIUS HERMAN I.EVINE (uNDER FICTITIOUS f f &%Kfi?atvm that ,..d desiring to engage in ,. ,(,.• fi'minus mime of FERTISIXO. 304 N mends to rMtll. HUH the Clerk >f the 0 ( Dade County, FlorH.oMoN NIEDEI.MAN UNDER FICTITIOUS *AME LAW HEREBY UIVKN that „.,! desiring I"' engage In •r the fictitious name of IIAMI H J" N.W. 48th i i.'iiilv to regime u %  <, Che Clerk of the „f | >.< I.County, Florida, j MSTRIBCTING CO, IMS i KUAN. President KN M.ll'.i'l'S, Secretary -11 JNOER FICTITIOUS AWE LAW HEREBY (3IVEN that Ing to engage In the n! ions name of at the following adi: uli yard, I n lloiili-vard, table*, Florida i Street, Florida Ifnd Street, horldii 4th Court, (florid i Tih Avenue, fcunty, Florida bn Road, (Beadi. llorlda 8th Street, Miami. Klorlda 125th Street, f i.nila Street, KI.T : i n Babies, Florida, i:7tii ivenue, Boutin. Florida pul \' enue, Oro \l ami, Florida tins ivel IB) I Klorlda tth \ VImil', I %  da, :!-' %  %  i Id nfl m with Ihf Cl Court of Pade Hot FAIR STORES I IF oltll'A INC., %  |rlda oration. A" SOVITZ ll'.n I | K • I' i Fair Stores of .i I lei Ula cornet .ii Ion. 1/6 UNDER FICTITIOUS [NAME LAW HEREBY GIVEN that Ing to engage in er the flctltloui name of following adItnd Street, F lw 1 i Avenua, Florida 7't Ii SI i i ..I name with I Hit c lit i ourt of Dado • i' 'I' PAIR, INC., prM oration, All INOVITZ H • ( %  Fi i" i Pair, inc.. DUIT COURT OF THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN IDADE COUNTY. FLOR.HANCERY. No. 156747 LR1TKKH, Plaintiff, IB, Defendant, FOR PUBLICATION [ITKKS. r o Roae Kitkes. t Btreet. Drk. New York HEREBY NOTIFIED Complaint for Divorce against you and you atrvc a copy of your %  dint; to UIM Bill of '" plaintiff's attorney, •TUNE, 402 Otympia "l. Florida, and file the "Or Hearting In the l*rk of the Circuit Before the 16th day of V you fall to do HO. dofault will be taken Miami, f lorida. February SuJ '' KA THERMAN. Ujrk of the Circuit Court uae County. Florida RVWM. W. STOCKING Deputy Clerk )gnME ,,ymp,a iffi E ER L ;; cTiTiou with the" Clarbfof "'" rt of Dad. Count?! ^HUTNERS "'' "" %  %  '• Sfaa^aivw .ha, "tend^T b 1 1 Bulldina, ,S AI '?&MI I.KK LEGAL HOTICE IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR. ,DA No. 55295 (JENERAL FINANCE ASMAIJ, LOAN CORP., a Florida corporation Plaintiff', vs. WILLIAM J. SIHUKKS and MARY JANE SIDDKKS. Defendants ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: WILLIAM I SIDDERs and MARY JANE HIDDEItH Residence: I'nknoun You are hereby notified that a ault for the recovery i>f monies due and owing on promissory note has bean filed against you, anil you are hereby required to serve a copy „f your answer to the Complaint on Plaintiff's nttorney and file the original Answer In the off ice'of the Clerk of the Civil Court of Iteoord, on or before the loth day of March. 1953: otherwise the allegations of said Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Dated this loth day of February. 195J. W. CECIL WATSON, Clerk of Civil' Court of Record By /s/ R. P. De WANO, Deputy Clerk PAGE 15 B LEGAL HOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ,. N OT i<-K IS HEItEKY V (llVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in •fi.. R 'DMI'ANY. at 2221 S.W. 27th Avenue, Miami, Intends to reamer said name with the lerk of tn. Ida "' l>ade c u,ll >'. Flori/3o -TRS-S^* 0 So,e !" GEORGE J. TALIANOFP Attorney at Law 420 Lincoln Road Miami Bench, Florida Attorney tor i'laiiinrf 2/13-2U-27 — 3/6 (Seal) NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS „--_„ NAME LAW NOTICE is lie.Kh.nv QlVan that the underslRiieil, desiring to engage In '.V;.-".',' H l. unner the fictitious name of %  KNN TERRACE APARTMENTa" at 1211 Pennsylvania Avenue, Miami Beaab, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit <-nurt of Dade County. Ii,. Ida SAK HELLMAN nmv,.. llosl : HFILMAN Sill-.l.NER & bVlELBR Attorneys for Applicants %  ,",'i JV ? er „." U < n,{ Miami. F^rlda -/0-I3-iU-27 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 29b34 In He: ESTATK < >F NF.LLIK S. POCLSON, Doceaaed NOTICK TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands .\galnst Said Instate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims anil demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of NKLLIK S I'Ol.LSdN, ,leeeaaed late of Miami. Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. (bounty Judges of I>ade County, and file the same In their office in the County Courthouse In I Mile County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant und to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same Will be barred Bag Section )2'l of the lii33 Probate Act. Date February nth, AD. 1933. 1*1 ALICE B. TIIARP, As Administratrix of the Estate .11 NELLIE 8. POULSON, I '• .rased. MYF.Its. HBIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Administratrix ISO Beybold Kulliling. Miami. F"la. I II-10-S1 — 3/fi IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 156301 ROGER BASHA, Plaintiff vs. OISF;I.F: PASHA. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: UI8ELE BASHA, IS 1-aFl.m Duvlnnc, Port au Prince, Haiti. K>U ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a 11111 of Complaint for Divorce has Man filed against you in the above entitled eaiise and you are hereby required to serve a copy ,,f your Answer to the PHI of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorneys, and file the original tn the office of the clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 2nd day of March, IMS, otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive greeks In THE JEWISH F'l.nRIDIAN. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 2Sth day of January, r.' % %  : E II. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court By: M. c GREEN (Seal) Deputy clerk PALMiT, SILVER A Ml'LLOY Attorneys for Plaintiff SOI Ingraham-llulldl-ig. -Miami. Florida 1/30 — t/e-lt-to NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of STOCKADE HHOW I1AR, at 5731 N. W. 2nd Ave., Miami, Fla.. Intends tn register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MAURICE G. JONES STEPHEN F. KESSLF.K Attorney for Applicant 4 S.W. 22nd Avenue 2/13-2H-2-:t r, IN THE ClKCUl r COO Ml up TriS ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 154714 ALBINA SVKRZENY, Plaintiff, vs. ANTHONY SVBRZENT, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION YOU, ANTHONY BVEBZENY. 4CS Adams Street. Hohokenf New Jersey, are hereby notified that a Bill ot Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney, THF*>DI>RH J. SAKOWITZ, 912 Seyliold Building, Miami, FlorMa, anil file the original Answer or Pleading In the Office of the Ci.rk of tinCircuit Court, on or before the 16th day of March, 19.".3. If you fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 10th day of February, leSS. %  :. Ii. LEATHERMAN, Clerk Circuit Court, li.ule loiinn, Florida lly WM. W STOCKING, (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk 2.'13-20-27 — 3 6 IN THE COURT OF THE JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, DISTRICT 1. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. No. 14,677 HARMON EDWARD LIBBERWITZ, vs. Plaintiff, LEWIS AI.F'RED SCoTT. Defendant NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE Notice is hereby gjven that under and by virtue of a Writ of Fixeciition Issued In the above styled cause by the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and for Dado County, Florida, and levy having been made, I will offer for sale and sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, between the hours of 11:00 o'clock In the forenoon and 2:00 o'clock In the afternoon on the 2nd day of March. IMS. at the South Front door of the Court House in Miami Dade County. Florida, the following described property: lot 18. Bhx* St of LIBERTY CITY. aooarUla* to the Fbxt thereof, recorded is Plat Book 7 at Page 71 of the Public Records of Dade County. Ftorlda. as the property of the Bald LFTWIS ALFRED SCOTT to satisfy said Writ of i-:,-.-oti..n Dated this 23rd day of January, 1*53, at Miami. Dade County. Florida. THOMAS J. KFIU.Y, Sheriff, Dads County. Florida By JOHN O'BRIEN. Deputy 1/S0 — 2/6-13-Ja Sheriff NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 51005 Notice Is hereby given that JULES PEAKI.MAN. holder of City rff Miami Tax Sale Certificate Numbered H64. dated the 5th day of June, AD IHf, has filed said Certificate in my offlce, and has made application for tax deed to Issue thereon In accordance with law said Certificate embraces the folwiwing described property, situated III Dade County, Florida, to-Wit Lot 213, Grapeland Height, Pint Book 14, Page 63. in the City of Miami, Countv of Dade. State of llorlda. The assessment of said property under the Certiflcste issued was in the name of I'nknown. Unless said Certificate shall be redeemed according to law, tax deed will Issue thereon on the 25th dsy of February. AD. IS&S. Dated this 21st day of January, AD. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court, %  Dade CounV, Florida By N. C. BTKRRKTT IN THE CIRCUIT C0UP.T OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No 156684 JAMES SMITH and LILLIAN SMITH, his wife. Plaintiffs. vs. MARTHA ROBERTS and R0BF:RTS. her husband, et al, Defendants. NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE NAME OF' THE STATE OF' F'l.OKIDA TO: MARTHA ROMERTS. if living, but liclive.l tn be dead, and ROBERTS, her husband, If living, whose residences are unknown: RICHARDSON, if living, husband of FLOSSIE RICHARDSON, also known as FLOSSIE ROBERTS: residence of RICHARDSON is unknown; BEARS ROBERTS and ROBERTS, his wife, if living, whose residence is unknown; Ki.ll.Ali ROBERTS, if living. and ROBERTS, hei husband. If living, whose residences are unknown: OLLIE DAVIS, if living, but believed to be dead. whose residence is unknown: MAMIE ROBERTS, If living, and R< 'BERTH, her husband. If living, whos.residences are unknown; W1LLARD ROBERTS, if living, and ROBF2RTS, his Wife, if living, whos,. residences anunknown: EZKKIAL ROBERTS, if living, and ROBERTS, his wife, if living, whose residences are unknown: LEON ROBERTS, if living, and ROBERTS, his wife, if living, whose residences are unknown. ALL UNKNOWN IIF:IRS. devisees, grantees, creditors, or other parties claiming by. through, under or against MARTHA RoPiaRTS. not known to be dead or alive, but believed to be dead: AND ALSO, as to eaoh of the above named defendant individuals. If they be decea s ed, then all unknown heirs, devisees. grantees, creditors or other parties-claiming by, through, under or against such defendants:AHO ALSO, all otner and unknown persons having or claiming to have any right, title or Interest In the property which Js the subject matter of this suR, said property lying and being In Dade County. Florida, and more particularly described as follows: I.ot 16. of Rlock 34. of I'ROW HoMBSTFlAP. according to the Plat thereof, recorded In Plat Hook "B" at Pase luS.of the Public Records of Inde County. Florida. TOl' AND EACH OF YOU are hereby notified that a suit has been filed In the above named Court, by the plaintiffs above named, for the purpose of quieting title of the plaintiffs. In and to the property Involved herelnabove described. YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED ANIi RBQl'IRED to file your Appearn .,,ii -mi on or before the 12th day of March. ISSS, and in default of such Appearance, a Decree Pro enni" '.,• entered against you and each of you. Tbls Order to be published once a '..r four 14) consecutive w.eks In The Jewish Plorldlan. a newspaper published In Dade County. Florida. rx'N'K \ND ORDERED at the Courthouse In Dade County. Miami, Florida, this 10th day of F'ebruary, M E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court By M. C. GREEN Deputy Clerk (Seal) HEN ESSEN Attorney Sor Plaintiffs 83 Seyhold Bdg. MlatwL FSnstda, • 1/11-20-17 3/1 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HliKKHY GIVEN that the. undersigned, desiring to engage In l!," 1 ," n ;',??,.' ,nner "• fictitious name of MILDREDS, at 515 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. 2/S0-27 3/6-13 D NAH WO, DER in -r N il T,CE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IrSJJHt !" JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE ?,?, U NT .TIN CHANCERY. No. 156216 MILTON WIENER, Plaintiff, vs. QBRTRCDH WIENER. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: GERTRUDE WIENER, 178 E. 9..lh Bl Brooklyn, New York ion, GERTRUDE WIENEH, are hereby notified that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Ilead,*, to .. ,he "" l f Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney. (IEORGE J. TALDANOFF. 421) Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Florida., and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 26th day of F'ebruary, lS3. If you fall to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. ''ONE AND ORDERED at Miami, I"."! ,his zl,,h day ot January, A.D. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida By R. H. RICE, JR. {Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk .1/30 — 2/6-13-20 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 29489B In Re: ESTATE OF KATHF:RI.\F: FERDA. Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said FIstate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of you, may have against the estate of KATHER1NK FERDA, deceased late of Dade County. F'lortda, to the Hon. F'RANK II. DOWLINQ, one of the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In his ofOee in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar month! from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands lo contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same win be barred. Date January 21st. A.D. 19.".3. MAURICE FERDA, as Executor of the Last Will and Testatmcit of KATUERINE FERDA, Deceased MAX It. SILVER Attorney for Fixecutor 1/30 — S/6-1S-S0 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 156099 EDITH G. WARREN. Plaintiff vs. BARRY ALLEN WARREN, aka HARRY WARREN, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: HARRY ALLEN WARREN, aka HARRY WARREN New Orleans. Louisiana You, Harry Allen Warren, aka Harry Warren, are hereby notified that a Rill of Complaint for Divorce bus been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Rill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney, AMOS BENJAMIN, 506 olvnipia Building, Miami. Florida, and file ithe original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit court on or before U> 2:ird daj of February, IV51 if you NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW. Ni HICK 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ALSTEVE APARTMENTS, at sJl Meridian Avenue, Miami Peach, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL YANoWITZ MOLLY YANOWITZ KoV.NER a MA.NNIIEIMER Attorneys for Samuel Molly Yanow Attorneys of Samuel & Molly Yanowltx 2/6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREIIY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SIN HAD MOTEL, at Blscayne Boulevard and Northeast 6Sad Street, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MARTIN HOTEL. INC. By: MARTIN T. GOODMAN President ATTEST: JEANNE GOODMAN Seoretary STANLEY JOEL LEV1NE, Esq. Attorney for Applicant !/• — 2/-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IK HBRBBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of THREE CAPTAINS FISHERIES, at 1761 S.W. 8th Street. Miami. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. BERNARD TRACHTENBERO ALLEN DENN |/(-ll-S0-Z7 LEGAL NOTICE Lawrence Collard is no longer conIMCted With the Three Captains FishBBRNARD TRAGHTENBBKI and ALLEN DENN. own, 2/6-13LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name" of GRFIEN'H PARKING LOT. at 200 N. W. 2nd Ave.. Miami, Fla.. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. Li:o R. COHEN MICHAEL W IftENBERG Attorney for Applicant 1407 Blscayne llulldlng 2/13-20-S7 — 3/6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MOORE'S INTERNATIONAL AGENCY, at 1180 N.W. 3rd Avenue. Miami, Dade County. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JASPER MOORE RICHARD KRIEOER KINK Attorney for Jasper Moore 412 Congress lliiilding. Miami. Florida, 1/30 — 2/6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS 1IF:RF;HY GIVF:N that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of HOYS SHOES, at 143.1 N.W. Tth Avenue, Miami. Fla., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. JACK COHEN HARRY B. SMITH. ESQ. Attorney for Applicant 350 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla, 1 /30 — 2/g-lS-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTIOF2 IS HEREBY OIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY, al 67 K. 1st Avenue. Hialeah, F*la., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ALBERT LEVITE. Sole Owner I'ALLOT, SILVER Ai Ml'LLOY Attorneys for Applicant Mil Ingraham P.ldg. 2/6-13-20-27 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. No. 24697 RE: ESTATE 1 IF ANTHONY SICo, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for iinal Discharge as Administratrix de bonis nop of the estate of ANTIIONY sico. deceased; thai on the 2nd daj "f March, 1S5S, I will apply to the Honorable W F BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administratrix de bonis non of tho Estate of ANTHONY SICO, deceased. This 15th day of January, IBM LOUISE BIO HARRY ZUKERNICK Attorney for Administratrix de lion is Non 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla. 2/B-13-2U-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ACE MOVING CO., it SIM N W. 24th Ave., intends to register said name with the Clerk ol the circuit Court of I lade Countv, Florida. PAUL BERLIN I 6-13-20-27 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 156372 PAUL Dl CANDIA, Plaintiff LUCY i'l CANDIA. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: LUCY Dl CANDIA, St Monroe Street. New York 2, New York. YOD ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you in the above entitled causa and you are herelo required to serve a oopy ol your Answer to the Hill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorneys, and file the original In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the Dtb day of March. 19M, otherwise a Decree Pro Contango will be entered against you. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH F'LORIDIAN. DATED at Miami, Florida, this 30th day of January, 196S. B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Clreurt Coart By: M. C. OREFIN (Seal) Deputy Clerk PALLOT, SILVER MIILLOT Attorneys for Plaintiff. 804 Ingraham llulldlng. Miami. Florida 2/6-1S-M-27 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Tha lavrlah Florldkm s*> Bda* your lsMjol notices*. W* fxpprwckrte your PCltfOSKSQtJi fSSSfJ CTUuiCrotM occ ur t rt w sarvlca al UKJOI rotas. Phots* 2-1.41 tar maasencjar aarvic*. SEITLIN & COMPANY PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGES PHONE 9-3836 V 5^ • N B M WTI mAm t wtjL. .*--.auuj4y..i/.;u iL. W^—MO HI ,.****** %  %  *1 -'



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[Y, FEBRUARYJ0_1953_ +Jeistl fhridliar>_ PAGE 5 B 5 h Home To >S e Officers Lg Committee of the • ( ,|, e Aged will slate "i officers for the a Eoard of Directors Bn Wednesday. February i inuriM Gardens. 150 NE et, Miami, according to Shochet. chairman. of the Admissions will also be elected at king Other membens of Casting Committee are Jnjamin Appel. George Barney B. Lee and Leo Golda Myerson Party Golda 'Myerson Club, Pioneer Women's Organization, will hold a card party on Tuesday evening, February 24th, 8:15 p.m., at Congregation Beth El, according to Mrs. Anna Seltzer, president. In charge of the evening will be the Mesdames Vera Zeltzer. Helen Victor and Rose Gerstein. issions Committee of y c >m prised of 14 memhe Board including the and executive director ome. Six members are / the Board of Directors aunointed by the presi.;'iet said the committee reiponiibility "of objecalaa-ing all applicants to ,e which among them is in the protective care which Gardens provides for the aged in Greater Miami. ms who are at least 85' a?e and have had legal j Greater Miami for a 18 months are elig-j .. >n." he explained, j aeneral lack of ade, facilities at Douge-pecially facilities .. chronically ill, the with the Greater Migration, is develter plan for a comi' at its present p wardens. "It is enle capacity of the u. will contain about At ths opening of the 24th Food Fair in South Florida, 1700 Broadway, Riviera Beach — the second in Palm Beach County — are, left to right: A. J. Maloff. Florida general manager; Samuel Friedland, chairman of the Board of Directors; and George Friedland, president of Food Fair Stores, Inc., a chain of super markets operating 161 stores in six states. 1:1 of To Honor Dr. /inner At Dinner Monday Murray Kitman. entertainment chairman of Roosevelt Lodge, Knights of Pythias, announces that Dr. Doran Zinner, local dentist, vill be honored during a special iffair at CongreI <55J iation Beth El on Monday night, "ebruary 23rd. Dr. Zinner was ecently elected lational regent of the Southeastern District of Alpha Omega, national dental fraternity. The meeting will be highlighted by Dr. Zinner's address on: Carcinoma Of The Oral Cavity And Gables Center Presents Joint Brotherhood Affair A program in honor of Brotherhood Week will be presented by the Sisterhood and Men's Club of Coral Gables Jewish Center on Sunday, February 22nd. 8:30 p.m., at the Center. Folk dances and songs, as well as a dramatic skit written by Norman Corwin, will be featured. Or. Zinner • the most modern I Pyorelia. Colored slides will be cire of the cu"-' shown. A forum concerning den(ironically ill aged." tal information will follow. 5fe W jbr KreSSO'wER make sure your family and friendt in food-short Israel can enjoy the traditional Seder feast • five HI-GRADE FOOD CO. 1733 N.W. 7 th AVE. PHONE •-S45* Leaders' i oil mil Meet* Monday The Greater Miami Young Judaea Leaders' Council will hold a put luck supper meeting on Monday. February 23rd. 6:30 p.m., at the home of Judy Shapiro. The I-eaders' Council is composed of all leaders and co leaders of Young Judaea groups in the South Florida area. F.'.eanore Goodman, regional chairman, will report on recent activities of the National and Regional Councils. I ITS SMART TO SEE THE ||0ABON4$ MADE FKESH DAILY IN MIAMI! Smoother Tastier I Fresher! Recommended as a basic Health Food — Custard smooth, easy to digest. Sunny Shook QhSbDUfmhn, 9**. 2180 N.W. 13th Ave.. Miami, Fla. Phone 9-0601 MADE FRESH DAILY IN MIAMI! tor delivery, $11.50, $15.50, 120.50 and $25.50 pbooc. write OC ri.lt our ibowtoomi Of out luihotlied aaenfiea trerrwhere *l@l mi 6-8.60 J1AMI BEACH ISRAEL ZIONIST DISTRICT 420 LINCOLN ROAD — Tel. 5-0346 SIMON SE1DEN 503 S.W. 17th AVENUE — Tel. 82 5480 ew and Used adding machines.! 7.\ Priced rigm" %  for Ijou / "one 3-3441 AMERICAN TYPEWRITER CO. e C4icvL4roas e nrpfwrre* 223 N.E. 2nd Ave. Listen To SCHACHTER'S New Yiddish Program Every S.ndey, WMiM, M • 2 •"•• This eregrom is the first and hos the largest listening audience Feererts the Jewish Miil.seph.r NORMAN R. LYONS, News SH0SHANA SPECT0R KAMI S. A. IUIIN SEE YOU AT J 1:45 P.M.! POST TIME 1:45 P.M. ADMISSIONS u mfmm > %  cne.. D.ilr Double. Fir., .ad ...d 81 50. Rer.d leeN IIOO el* Second Rues-DeilrDeuUe tioeel: Ctubhou.. $) 00; Blcicher. $ 0 W.edowt close l:J P.M. P*.o J> ceoi.. No M.nor. Ad-u.ee.



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^ BRU ARY^a_1953_ *Jenistncridian JGIOUS DIRECTORY PAGE 13 B ISRAEL Miami will, the direction of B. Kamiiietzfcy. services at [Kiddush will be discourse Sisterhood. Mineha is at 5:45 p.m.. _.,, ~ sponsored by th i a discourse 0MKI^W. -.— .3 ut „.,„ p. !" ., h N>i"' ischedul-; followed by Shalos Seudos. Kabbi K'',"im', B> Whittaker Mescheloff will preach on thWeekly Portion. [ : BETH SHOLOM will | L evening services at j with Rabbi Leon Kronituig an-i preachlni on! L Ehvem Asch'i Ifoed day mcirninu services are r ,', in when J Yiddish Mama. CanV m Seif and the Center render the musical por' liturgy Saturday morn|es arc at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi he h>-t at a special Prior tu his departure for %  Class in Bii>le is schedul|pm. Srliijcha is at 5:45 bwed by.Shalos Seudos. BEACH..JEWISH CEN|hnlii i :. laj evening serv'Pm.-i.ith Rabbi Irving [officiating and discus; •e Thoughts On Lincoln. |n AnOAj-othL-rhooJ. Satpnina Wviees are at 9 fhi. h !>,". t hBar Mitz>"<*• •• "I Mr, Ruth r"'wdO Place The Rab"^"tMIVckly Portion. I class is sched[*• lrr.. toltowed by | udos Cmtor f' 111 render the J"">" % % %  of.the services, as'l" "•Choir under ">n ' Iit I 1 we at 9 a.m.. under BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamchcs officiating. assisted by the Student Choir under the direction of Mrs Jack Donnerstag. Services will be dedicated to Brotherhood Week Co-chairmen of the Florida Chapter, National fJonJeretce of Christians and Jewi,.G46tee Chtfjkof. Roscoe Brunsletter and• rMtttfi. Franklin Williams', will participate in a discussion oa: '.Brotherhood In Action. The One* Shabbat will be sponsored by t>r."atfH Mrs. Harold Rand. Floral offerings will be by Mr. and Mfs.jStan*aieW Hunger. Saturday morri|nf;orxices are at 9 a.m.. when •Aqsoti^Klinfter and Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Shaw, will become Bar Mitzvah. The Bar Mitzvah of Jerome. Son of Mrs. Mary Feinstein. will be held during Mineha services at 5:30 p.m. O 1 0 YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 5:45 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Mineha will be at 5:45 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos under the sponsorship of Morris and Louis Gordon. 9 CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening senices at 8:15 p.m. Guest speaker will be Reverend Joseph Barth. of the First Unitarian Church of Mi ami. Mrs. Henry Cain and Mrs. Sol, Halpert, co-chairmen of the Center's Interfaith Committees, will bless 4he Sabbath candles. Hostess at the Oneg Shabbat following will be Mrs. Sidney Bloch. Rabbi Morris Skop will present David Sarbey. son of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Sarbey, 1651 SW 32nd Court, for Bar Mitzvah at both the Friday evening and Saturday morning services, 9:30 a.m. The Sarbeys will be hosts at the Kiddush following. Cantor Irving Robinson will render the musical portion of the liturgy, assisted by the Center Choir under the direction of Leon Shiff. %  > • NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiating. Guest Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan will preach on the topic: The Birth Of a Re public. Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Kirshberg. will be Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services at 8:45 a.m. Cantor EdGreaier Miami's Synagogue Directory Agudtth Israel — H •: UN 10 Kvr. Orthodox, 525 TMh .-'! V...I-. : Boach Btth David -lull I Max .-• Conservative, SSlt SW Jrd Av*.. M ami Btth El—!>!. Shmaryahu Swlrtky. OrthouVx. I SW ;,tli Avt, Miami Btth Jacob—Kabbi M-M-B M-" holofl Orthodox. 301-IH Wah. Av-. MI' Btth Sholom—Rabbi L-"n K Llbora.1, t'.u Cliaoc Av. M U Btth Tfllah Ravi M I '• ph i: kov-k-, nuhodox, di tiUilid At*.. Miami l'.-H'-b Coral Cablet— Rakbl lloJTta Skop. Liboral, M0 1 a!>i mo -i •• i' Dowrtown Synagooc? \. US N\V :iul Av*. 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liexwiislbJEIliDipidliiayn r^Number 8 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20. 1953 PRICE: TEN CENTS ISSIA BREAKS WITH ISRA EL lust Stand Behind Jewish State, Leaders \ftfdke Further Demand L. Nations Balk In Favor Of Egypt And East p l mm ; ni r^iirx n 1 run Coo yri9 M 1953 by TH. J.W.K T.,^.pMc A9 .nc y .nc TOr ImmigtatlOH LCLW Revisions In Capital Copyrioht, L?K (ITU—The Kremlin's rupture of diplomatic relations with the State of Israel last week Li on I he shoulders of the Western Powers the obligation and responsibility to stand squarely [wish State tt it faced up to the anger of the Soviet Empire. IP in" Israel maximum support in this crisis, diplomats here noted this week, could the free hpYnmmunists that it was solidly united in resistance to all forms of pressure and aggression, they asserted, was imperative if the Communists were to be deferred from further aggrestic circles at the United Nations, quick to sense the-r— united front in support of Israel as the tiny sUte faced of the East, privately voiced apprehensions, however, that (rael might be subordinated to efforts to win Egypt all the [participation in a Middle East defense project. Lt break of relations with Israel had been anticipated Udio Moscow exposed a "Jewish plot" to assassinate Soviet onlv question remaining was when and under what cir|he Kremlin would translate its bitter hostility against the into an open diplomatic rupture. It Pretext Ision came last week fcie — misguided rightlists or provocatuers— six-and a half pound iSoviet Legation in Tel pusly damaging the injuring four Rusnrisfa child in a nearne of the wounded was ivel Ycrshov, the Soforeign diplomatic mission but at the heart of the state itself. "Every effort will be made to find the perpetrators of this foul deed and when found, they will be brought to swift justice. The government expresses its sense of affliction and deep regret to the Soviet Mihister and members of the legation staff, particularly to the injured who are now being attend ed in the hospital." Reject Apologias The Israel press was unanimous in its condemnation of the bombing. All newspapers agreed that the entire community was horrified by the bombing and would fight terrorism with every means at its disposal. They also agreed with the government that the blast was a blow to the State, as well as to the Soviet legation. One newspaper speculated that the bomb might have been placed by Arab infiltrees hoping to embitter Soviet-Israel relations. In seizing on the bombing as a pretext to sever relations, the Continued on Pago 5 A WASHINGTON (JTA>—Three major Christian groups last week took a strong position on the McCarran-Walter Immigration legislation and called for its speedy correction and revision. A statement o! princip—s adopted by the Board of the National Council of Catholic Women meeting in Washington called for revision of the law. "We have a real obligation to help relieve the problems of ref ugees, escapees and prospective emigrants, preferably through an immediate change in our basic immigration law, or if necessary, through emigration legislation," the board declared. It asserted that "just and workable" plan to replace the present national origins quota system, called for a threeyear "statuory priority" to perm:" admission of 100.000 refugees a w,v W.M w • %  % % %  ii MI -* ~-~. .— HUIIIISMUU III 1W.WU uriug^c^ a the present law had resulted in re-, year ana > as k e d amendment of the duction of available quota numbers pres ent law to secure the rights c,f "to some of the very persons that naturalized citizens. need them most." The organ i za ti 0 n represents four The statement disclosed that mjnion church members of cight visa distribution should not be on Lutheran den0 minations. the basis of race or racial ances. The National Board of the Young 'Women's Christian Association. meeting in New York, adopted a The National Lutheran Council, in its 35th annual convention at Atlantic City, requested Congress resolution urging laws to assure Ified Israel Government I offered profuse apoloow. promised to pay iges and launched a suspects. I for the bombing outjlaimed by an organizaitself The Young Helen proclaimed in letters uld blew up the other : legations in Israel and fngQ European Jewish Communists. !tion. however, centered Knti-Communist League [which were rounded up king. David Ben Gurion, rethe Knesset on the it, denounced the bombabominable outrage." pgn Ministry issued a 1 which it declared: fcemment views with horletestation the dastardly %  mitted this evening on legation in Tel Aviv, of criminal folly stands in the eyes of all deis who will recognize it not merely against a Dominican Republic Will Raise Soviet-Jewish Issue Before UN NEW YORK tJTA) — The delegation of the Dominican Republic, I headed by Generalissimo Rafael L. Trujillo, will raise the issue of I Communist anti-Semitism in the UN General Assembly later this month and will also seek Security Council action, it was learned at the United Nations this week. UN action was being mapped as Jews and non-Jews throughout the free world swelled the growing chorus of protest against the anti-Semitic policies of the Communists. In American Jewish communities, as elsewhere in the free world, huge public protests were being organized in the hope that the Communist leaders m the Kremlin might be influenced by a truly massive display of public sentiment. General Trujillo, former* presi dent of the Republic and sponsor of a Jewish refugee settlement | scheme on the island during the Nazi regime, announced that his country would be willing to admit 25,000 Jewish refugees from the Iron Curtain countries. The Dominicans were reported as consulting with other Latin American states on a joint action at the United Nations. Meanwhile. Israel Ambassador Abba Eban conferred with Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge. Jr., head of the American delegation at the UN. The hour-long conversation was devoted to a discussion of the general situation in the Middle East and about Middle East questions before the UN. particularly those pertaining to Israel and the Arab states. Arthur Lourie and Gideon Raphael, members of the Israel I Atlantic City, requested congress that our immigration poHc y was |to rewrite the law. proposed a based on g ^^deration ^ numan welfare, as well as on our ow.i special needs and responsibilities. The resolution further advocated immediate legislation to admit to the United States its fair share of refugees and remaining displace.; persons. The Board declared that the McCarran-Walter system fixing Immigration quotas on the basis of national origins of our population was "manifestly unfair because irr migrants from Great Britain and Western Europe will still receive preferential treatment." Co-Author Disappointed Representative Francis E. Walter, co-author of the McCarranWalter Immigration Act. complainI ed last week that he was disapI pointed by President Eisenhower s State of the Union message because the President "makes the broad. ; sweeping charge that the Act is I discriminatory and contains inju1 tices without citing one single in1 stance to back it up." In this respect. Representative Walter said. the President "is entirely in error or has been misinformed." I Senate Judiciary Chairman WilContinued on Page S A delegation at the UN. participated in the meeting, as did two of Ambassador Lodge's assistants. It is understood that Ambassador Eban was encouraged by the atmosphere which prevailed during the meeting, which took place at the Israel consulate. Addressing the opening session of an Israel Institute at the Jewish Theological Institute of America later, Eban said that "Israel today incurs the hostile menace of totalitarianism precisely because it brings the contrary doctrine of liberty into an area which seemed safe for despotism." He added that since Israel's security is threatI ened as a result of its devo+i'w to iihf democratic cause, it should be entitled to expect "increased soliContinued on Pago 5 A iticafBottdMeeting Is Slated For Sunday P***^* ^^w"~— %  -* %  a nd progress of the young d |eppert up Anti-Semitic | by Russia and her satl[ prompted the calling of goncy conference to be | I Sunday at Miami Beach. I Israel Bonds are the 1 [of the luncheon meeting the Saxony Hotel. Prin1 include Kdward G. Rob-' f>|ed start of theatre and Go\ ern.it Theodore Mc Df Maryland. B Vene/ky, of Pcoria, MB the Executive Commit ^e national Israel Bond .arrive,! here early in the "rect preparations for the *y conference He reported ? leadors Present will inpS Montor vice | ... s I ael ^nd organization, Rothbe [Special Sales. ru. national chairng the Purpose of the littart 6. •Ji*' luncheon conference Venezky said: -Recent events have highlight] ed the urgent necessity for all I American Jews to consider how: best to aid Israel in the crisis! which confronts it. The severance by Russia of diplomatic relations' with Israel and growing anti-semitism in countries behind the Iron Curtain, threaten the security of millions of Jews. Assistance to Israel's economic development through the State of Israel Bond is all '' 'cans of meetbis challenge Th" Stat.^ ef I-rael Bond organization has already raised more than $150,000,000 for the economic expansion md development f threw democracy Governor McKeldin recently „ > .srael. met, wi .h le0>" of thcountry and studied the economic conditions Coveroer Thtodtre McKeldin and progress of the young democracy. Elected in 1950 to the highest office in Maryland by the largest majority ever given any candidate for that office. Governor McKeldin had previously served for five years as Mayor of Baltimore. In that post, he was responsible for significant governmental reforms and improvements. A graduate of the University of Maryland and a holder of honorary degrees from six colleges and universities. Governor McKeldin first achieved prominence as a lawyer and public speaker, lecturing throughout the country and teaching public speaking at many institutions for highe.learning. Mr. Robinson has also made a trip to Israel and is one of the I foremost exponents of the upbuilding of democratic institutions in I the State of Israel.



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PAGE 6 A +Jmistithridbri FRIDAY USA Let Down European Jewry During^ New York, from which a great cry n.ted its general counsel, A few! should h. .ACW lOIK. irwni "* f^*- --., wont up that the Allies do some J weeks later, 239 rabbis arrived in hing t" help the Jews Washington occupied France. Released from Auschwitz after obtaining passports from some of the Latin American republics, they were awaiting freedom via an exchange for German war prisoners being held in Texas. But owing to the involved clearance procedures instituted by the State Department wok.' up but not the State Depart ment. But let the author himself tell about it. "Not until June did the Treas ury get a copy of a second urgent appeal which Harrison had sent in April Harrison reported that man) lows could escape from France through hiding places in By DR. JOSEPH TENENBAUM (BUTOR'B XoTK: 1'r Jtiitph Ten' rnl-aum. author of I %  % %  VOitUIMI Bast Buropaan Jewry, is a phyaictaaj nnil Jewish .statesman. A lt-ader of PaUah -It-wish until htoarntto the; i %  Ited Statei •" 1MV in haa aervod it t'halriTian of th*Executive Committee and vice president nf tinAmerican Jt-wi?th Conaraaa and preekleiil --f both f • American and World K. .: FoUeti Jewi Be traa <-nof th,rounder! >>f thtworld Jewish i\>nj — H s latest bo-k is rndVnffr,-unl. Btory Of A People. > Much has been written about the black Hitler period and the Jew ish catastrophe, although still not enough in comparison to the magnitude of that disaster We have learned a great deal about the An gel of Death who unleashed the frightful campaigns of genocide, but we are sorely puzzled about the apparent absence of an Angel of Redemption who might have effected the rescue of the victims of that ghastly era. We ask in retrospective grief the n j ties of rescuing Jews squarely Obvious and heartbreaking quesupon Ihc IS Department of State wnole R „„,„ nave „„„ M '1,5, ,h e n0 **"• no Here is what former Secretary of „ ed in two mlnutes over thl tele Ht nr> Mor 8 en,hau Phone This aroused the Treasury those unfortunates 0 In answer. i r mmlt, £ ^ ... we are vouchsafed all sorts of ex~jj£L nas no cau e t0 ^ P^THV "TZ? f cuses and explanations-economic. Dr0 ud of Us hand line of the re fu St n M I.*" nds ( on,r L strategic, diplomatic and even p>y, ^robi !" Vknew n W h ^ ^H, J** !" H ? rhnanaktir ,n nf lakuii or,o to *" P r0Dlem we ncw ln asn deeper into the matter in order to rhoanahtic-all of which serve to ington from Ausust 1942 on. that find oul whv no ncws whatever obscure rather than hed light on thc Naii planning to exter t A KT no news whatever the truth This becomes the more „ m ate"l*S• Jews !" Europe Yet ,h h Th v nod-the dry dutches' docl ^J'T^Z iSEL ^Z Apr '.' "< *< Sl ^ Depart-1 putting off a definite answer. Dr. Jiieph Tenenbavm southern France, from Rumania j lost that the 238 rabbis were ship ped back to the gas chambers of Birkenau. Such was the inauspicious beginning of the "great rescue action." Let me recount briefly a few details from this book concerning England's part in all those negotiations. One of the prime difficulties was how to supply dollars abroad for the rescue work without breaking the economic blockade of Germany. The US Treasury Department had worked out a kind of transfer ar rangement which, it seemed, could satisfy both sides. But there arose a long controversy with London about the matter. The British, too, had two factions. The Ministry of Economic Warfare gave its approvthrough Turkey and Switzerland An underground of secret sympathizer-;, mercenaries and corrup tible officials stood ready to assist Could the I'nited States find a method of financing these escapes that wouldn't at the same time benefit thc enemy?" (p 185 Since this involved a financial question, the State Department had to turn to the Treasury It did this, however, after a "short"' delay of fully two months, although the whole thing could have been setriod — the dry dispatches, docu nents and conference protocols among the heads of the govern %  nents. These papers and notes, hitherto so carefully guarded and kept un tier lock and key. are beginning slowly to emerge from the files and are being Strewn about like fallen leaves in autumn. A few of them find their waj into different l<"kafootnotes or incidental and cursory paragraphs, but it i< precisely these which cast a piticu P*d territory „ "d.ff.cuUie, of dL ^W s,d "able numbed v **d the whoL Disappointed J" the Bntish auj*', !" >t to see Hull £ decision He nm for cablegrams, so much time was Jews and treated ill I...I Ih-.t th.. OtU rshhic .•,„-.. -hicrs of war it than letting Hf upon Hull sent nm cablegram stating^l view "has been^J jshment and the SUt, unable to .g", to Bern by cable the 1 license for such tra_ parently without BritS It is but fair to a | ng practical help. admitted more n*. United States hich [_ clination to become i| refuge for Jews It is not my purpoaj lengthy dissertation j ject. I wrote about iU greater detail in my bod al. but the Foreign Office objected. 'Jews, and there are John Winant. the US Ambassador' important treatises ta. in London, hastened to see Eden, j of the war refugees ut The latter spoke sweetly but kept I tal work of Dr. Aha plan, the State Department practically nothing. "Officiais dodged their grim re sponsibilities. procrastinated when concrete rescue schemes were placed before them, and even sup ment had waited two months be fore acting upon the important April cable from Harrison There was something suspicious about it. Pehle insisted on a thorough in vestigation Officials of the Treasrrcs-ed information about atroc. ury Department, recheck.ng the ties in order to prevent an outrag cables turned over to „ bv he s j resulting difficulties if any Jews J'hrir'h^H •• P,m0n 8 D we Washington on March 27. 1942. beknow, entrusted later verj tween President Roosevelt, his con and with limited means— with the iser Harr\ Hopkins, task of rescuing Jewish victims Secretary of State Cordell Hull and from the clutches of the murderUndersecretary of State Sumner ous Nazis. Welles on one side and British For Strictly speaking, the book is an TEE&S3 ^L 13 rT^arnen'wa'r"'^ K22 T ^ ^ ** —" William Stnng Assistant Under took o£eT in WrTrL H ^^ hCad f th S,ate D ^ rt 80 or TO thousand Jews in Bulgaria the State Department Jn2 Z J !" %  nS n l l^an sm,, ukn u r„ th !" -.— J u u t "-parimint s attitude to more "private messages' ward the problem presented by the Apparently, Sumer Welles tra will present its debut concert of the 1953 season, with Vasilios Priakoa conducting, on Monday evening. February 23rd. 8 p.m.. at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Featured performer will be Miss — r ... ,,,. ,,.-., v.n'Mii,fio nar %  •-*•*> i"n"nuii mm IA .,IIS> rison went to Secretary Morgcn Sandra McFntaffer in a reading of thau and laid the whole shady bus• u! tae8a bci n h im and begged him to intercede personally with Secretary of State Hull in order to clear up the mystery of the pigeonholed cables. Hull at once questioned his Mozart's Concerto for Piano in D minor Other works scheduled are b) Micolai. tiranados, Strauss and Bizet. Sandra McEntaffer, eleven-year I't'.'and ,he an la „ BrC ,h k Cnnd,J !i old prodiRy from Fort I^deniaie. the second the pi.no soloist at the free public concert, is haled by critics as havany der th replied that he text of another report from Dr. who were threatened with exter mnation unless they could be got phght'of ST^TELl b ^^"^1 SUmer W **> d d ten out of the country at the earl, Nazi net W hc "'" know about il for April 10, est possible moment, and he very | Let us begin with cahlr sr>Wli he ha,i asked "arnson for c urgently pressed Eden for an an which will SJta a HLSL 2?"^ TS r "'" r "*• %  ^wer Eden's reply was a brque Stain on the cln'"enc in an" "" ^ l,Shl ( ,he ,WS negative. "If we do th.s" take all kind it was in January^ .943 ha Jews out of Bulgaria, he argued, Undersecretan of sSe Bweken then the Jews of the world will ridge Long received % %  1 i "' he wanting us to make similar offront Bern sSSna V fers in Poland and Germany. Hitler mass execution f. "' might well take Us up on any such than 60O0 of^whom "T offer and there simply are no, \ one sour^. i belr'Seo enough ships and means of trans-; day in camps n t P i "er s t %  portation in the world ,0 handle Poland. The cabfe uS" Il Jews were l K -in Furthermore. an\ such movement as that would be ven : the clothing of ,he'\7ct"r, waj 'th. and that I be permitted to as C M*W because of sudden 91\ Sonira that mg the ability of a mature artist. Her piano talent was discovered by chance about four years ago, when she had been taking elementary piano lessons for only six months. 1 Since then she has been under the instruction and guidance of Cyrus Ullian. former member of the staff of the Boston Conservatory^ Mus <^| j]| ||ti-Monti? •siJr&TSis! ssiijasr** l las he was nnding the h v Vu h fu" 8e0f nine Wlth | The Miami-Moan he Miami Philharmonic Society ciub organized by oonducted by Oliver I dents of Sullivan ( this: Card ciub,: protested rTneslr tnat same year, j Btphore Driw. on May l luggesl thai measag f stu had been engaged to appear ruary 23rd, 11:30 am-, racter should not be 5 s ;; < ,, sok >'st with the Boston Mrs ju'ms M symphony Orchestra in the sumsuch mass'looted and extermma,i t '"nJ U ,^ Jj^ to ^fnaion'i'mpo [ „i,i k.U hat ed by your (cable, 354 I-Vhniarx u r f 1952 b t her performance dangerous to security l^cause the ing shipped to (iermam Germans would be sure to put 1 tnhufon amon number of their agents for dis transmit meaaagea from R (I)r ; group > osity. The fact is that Eden knew more than he chose to say For at least, the Nazis had toyed with the idea of letting the Jews go and spoke of various "reservations," first in Lublin, then on the Island of Mada gascar. and had even designated a special official at the Foreign Min istry. Dr. Franz Jtademacher. to execute the plan. But in March, 1942. it was already too late for such negotiations, the extermina tion machine having already begun the reaping of its grim harvest. We have before us the Morgenthau articles in Collier's, which put the blame for wasting the opport pui a : intuition among the neonl,. Th. "—""" %  — aS lrom R ( '" the cable had been transmS bv '.'. "^"h TTi T^^ ,n L'eneranH —-%  .L • ** e ol tie hemful in ,,r. .. illness She will So much for Eden's gener | land Harrison, the A .., (1 tK il|( >IIQ Ister In Bern, at the request of and on the basis of documentarv evi dence submitted by Dr. Cerhart M Riegner. World Jewish Congress representative stationed in Swit zcrland. The diplomats of the State Department were skeptical, suspect>ng as always, that this wu -s,,,, Ply some more Jewish propagan da „ As one of them put it several years later. "Stuff like that has been coming from Bern every since nefw'n 184 ST "*** Sum ner Welles passed the cable on to the Jewish organizations, and the helpful information which rr-tsa '—";=: appear as guest soloist with the Boston Symphony during the Summer of 1953, I881 '" •' — %  'P caWe"^ 1 U l h t lhv "'W r > "' Cable .(.,4 was eleared up The guU ty Assistant Secretaries of tht Mate Department were peeved and his made mutter Hibiscus Lodge To Honor Dr. Mechlowitz On Sunday. February 22nd. 6 "t the "Jew MorgeShau 1 | 1 | "V ne Ud uart r P" l Jewish assistants," wh o had y 2 J^' **" '^ No !" ^uch a fuss over so trivia] a L„ A *'" pay tribut e to its r """"-'I'-te Past Master, Dr HerAs we know, on January 22 1944 >?"" Mecn,ow ti. who recently 'resident Roosevelt anno unc e, ,h c HT^ year as Master of E£? !" !" Refug": "sr;^: some 500 Masons and their f.m• — MIC war Refugee o :sut e 0n w t ,n !of!heSecrrt ries • .c isn organizations, and the utive riii-. %i. ppo,n,ed 1,s execut j result was a monster protes( ''"'"*?•' %  The present author "Itngat Madison Square GaS!. \S£^* *~^ ^ a non Jew, was desig •lies will attend Mechlowitz served as Worshipful Master during the yerl 952 Many high M.somcdi mtaries will oe present. Dinner HL A y res rv ton in the Ma sonic dining room. orarj' chairman. affair is Mrs Murray J sisted by Mrs Bess i Betty Marcus and lin. Mis* R'se Veisi i with Mrs Rose ticket chairman. Mrs Hugo Shonbtfl) 4 charge of the pn* tieello Chapter ofreceive the proceed*' Firtel inraelite f < Pmrim *# The Israelite Ceaj* Purim Masciuerad* t ^ ter on Sunday evenu*; Music tor dancmj vided by the MeUo l Queen Esther will be' priaes will be aw"*" costumes Robert Becker" sisted by Mrs. San*



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fVPI • n I PAGE 12 A +je*istncrid&rh l FRIDAY, F EBRUABv, Sand In Your Shoes Cast Announced By Hirsch; Rehearsals Gear For Opening .inn. Srhraii-'i ••• '" •'•> Miss Sfcber Buckley Opera Features Steber, Buckley One of the main attractions of the opera Guild of Greater Miami's production of a Traviata to be pre rented on February 28th. at the Dade County Auditorium, and March 2nd. at Miami Beach Audi torium. will be the appearance of Eleanor Steber. one of the Metropolitan Opera's most acclaimed sopranos. Since she won the Metropolitan Opera Auditions of the Air in April. 1940. she has added 19 major roles to her repertoire including Carmen. Marguerite in Fatut, Alice in Falstaff and Eva in Die Meistersinger. Television also has played an important part in Miss Steber's career When the Voice of Firestone was first televised, she become its star. She has since appeared in mere than 40 telecasts, including Ed Sullivan's Toast ol the Town and the Milton Berle show. Emersin Buck!c>. who will conduct La Traviata. is not a new comer to this area. This will mark his fourth time as conductor foi the Opera Guild Currently serving as conductor and musical director fur Will! in New York. Buckley has been hailed as a Fiery young conductor and the most promising batoneer to be dis covered in many years. Almost the entire Metropolitan Opera roster has been a guest soloist for concerts under his baton Hand Sewers Experienced only. Yeor round work. Pleasant surroundings. Apply: FLOBERf OF FLORIDA 1410 20th ST., MIAMI BEACH Supports % %  '•"" u,!un teer workers act .rs dancers and gingers. Sand In Your Shoes, must cal cat ilcade ol Greater Miami s pioneer days, this week released it. tirsl official rast-list Headins the dramatic cast, said writer-director Sun Hirsch. iJane Fisher who will plaj her original role as a oioneer working side bj side .th her former husband. Carl Graham Fisher, Miami Beach developer. Mrs Fisher is a resident "i Sun '..>shoes aitfund raising project ihi>ear. AI.-O confirmed this week iEd die Cohen's participation Cohen will play the role of his father, 189ti pioneer Miami merchant Ifii dor Cohen Announced bj Robert Strassburg, well known choral director who is composing the entire original score for Sand In Your Shoe-. is the two piano team of Irma Sch warz and Lenore Gaynor. starring with the chorus Professional solo voices will carry the two hit-tunes, Sand In Your Shoes and The Good Old Days, with lyrics by Ada Greenfield. Dance sequences have been de signed by I) Ann King. California choreographer Including a Mosquito Ballet. Hurricane and Tequesta Sun Cod rites, dancewill spotlight Babs Wolfe. Olympia Martinez. Dade French. Peggy Han sen and .loan Cawgan. with otherfrom the Patricia Steven modeling and career school. The full scale production will be performed on March 1st at 8 15 p.m. in the Miami Beach Auditorium. Fund chairman is Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof I V V< % 4 Sand In Your Shoes music is prevued by composer] Strassburg (center) for Broadway songwriter Georgia (left) and 87-year-old Mrs. George Welsh, Jane Fishesi right). Standing cut Dennice Norwood and Edward officials of the Independent Composers, Authors. Association here. D. Roiner — Management GOOD mm U1JI STHIC oBsran HOTEL UUUli ON THE 0CEANFR0NT AT 43rd ST. MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA DINING ROOM OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Dinner Served 6 I PM. For ReserTilioo Phone 51-145; Triton Hotel Dining ROM| 2729 COLLINS AVE. — MIAMI BEACH Phone for Reservations 5 6651 S-49V, Air Conditioned — Ertcin and Louiu Frul Sonntag *W3 Restaurai 1417 WASHINGTON AVE. — Phone DINNERS FROM 4 TO 9 Catering tor Ail 0 ee mrim u Under Supervision of Greater Miami Vasd Has and Beth Jacob Vaad Hakaihruth Air Coru REST AURAfl THI MSI IN KOSHW POOD* DELICATESSM Beautifully Redecorated and Enlaraea 1 The Smart New Spot on Washington Delicious TRADITIONAL FRIDAY NIGHT DINNERS tnjoyohle Deliciews • Ceerse Net Dinners Settewichci UNfXCfUIB JfWISN SMCIA1TICS KMISHH. *"• CALL 5-2655 MIAMI 1 Hour. 11:90 — 1141 WASHINGTON AVENUE ; Opposite City Hall ROSEDALE # •KOSHER STYLE COOKING •PRIVATE DINING RO< 170 N.W. 5th ST. •FREE PABI1Good F< 1225 V*



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PAGE 8 A kmislUcr AZatL Lillian Cross Will Wed H. Mart Both On Sunday; Couple To Reside In Syracuse Mr and Mrs. David Gross, of 8951 Abbott Avenue, Miarrfl Beach, announce the marriage of their daughter. Lillian, to B Mark Roth. E n of Mr. and Mrs. William Roth. Syracuse. New York The wedding will take place on Sunday. February 22nd. 7 30 pm nt the Miami Beach Jewish Center Rabbi bring Lehrman will officate at the candlelight ceremony. To be given in marriage by her lather, the bride will be attired in a gown of Florentine lace and r; Ion tulle over a white satin-filled <]ice and a vneckline in scallops lace. Her full skirt will be high-hted by lace flowing down into e tulle, with a chapel length mi. A custom made Juliet cap %  'i matching lace will highlight her '.Tee-tired French illusion veil. Matron of honor will be Mrs. 1 urge Gladen. sister of the groom. uring an aqua net waltz-length wn designed with strapless bod. :e and four-tired flounce skirts I pped by net stoles. Bridesmaids will be Mrs Sam ~\ibin. Miss Don< Weinstein and Gloria Torem. wearing aqua -t waltz-length gowns designed th strapless bodices and skirts • d stole> matching the matron honorWilliam Roth, father of the n, will be best man Ishers li be Marvin Gro~>. brother of i e bride. Seymour Roth. cousin the groom, and Sam Rabin Miss Gross graduated from Mi.i Beach High School, attended rsitj of Miami and i> a ember < f Alpha Epsilon I'hi Sority -iu_ Irving Markinsons Wed At B C IL Double Hintf Rites; CoupleHIHS Mr and Mrs. Morris Pepper, of 1683 SW i* bor , u,] U7 1 j ("-norm K k TTie groom attended .schools in Syracuse, the Universit) of S>ra cuse and belongs to Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity He served in the United States Navy. A reception will follow at the Temple After a trip to San Juan, the couple will motor to Syracuse, where they will be at home at 301 Columbus Avenue Mrs. Theodore Dorlch Tendler, Dortch Wed; Motor Through State Mr and Mrs Harvey H Tendler. of 220 Wa-hin^!on Avenue, announce the m a r r 1 age of their daughter, Claire, to Theodore S. Dortch, son of Mr. and Mrs R Dortch, 825 NE 127th Street. North Miami. Rabbi Moses ftlescneioff officiated at Beth Jacob Congregation on February 10th nounce the marriage of their daughter. -on of Mrs. Dora Markinson and the late & The wedding waa held at the Beth El (, im rk,l "i cember 14th. at 2:30 p.m. Dr. Swirskv perfoS?' ceremony. A reception immediately followed the ceremony in the Dora August Memorial Hall. Mrs Markinson's wedding gown was of imported chantilly lace and nylon tulle. She wore an off-theshoulder finger-tip seed pearl veil and carried a white Bible, with two white orchids and steamers of stephanotis. Maid of honor, Miss Roslyn Fox, won an aqua oa..erlna and carried pale pink roses. Junior bridesmaid. Miss Nancy Pepper, cousin of the bride, wore a pale pink ballerina and carried roses. Bridesmaids, Miss Lenore Horenstein. niece of the bridegroom, Mi-Nancy Hirsv.iaut, Miss Florence Marshall. Miss Barbara Lazar\ us, cousin of the bride, and Miss fa Jessica Pepper, cousin of the bride, all wore identical pale lavender ballerinas trimmed in purple and 1 carried pink rose bouquets trimmed in lavender and purple. Flower girl. Miss Helene Ramer. ft.* wore a pale pink ballerina and carried a basket of rose petals. The 1 ring bearer. Sidney Pepper, Jr., 1 Mrs. Harry Pepper I cousin of the bride, wore formal Mr. and Mrs Tni attire *lr. frviai j Personally Speaking... Best man was Sergeant Martin Jainesvilk, Mrs Jeat Mr am Mrs Phillip Venet of lias Texas, announce the arm : their second son, Kenneth Paul Hospital on Feb6th MrVenet 1the daugh : Mi ; MrBernard I Gel: Miami Paternal and] • re Mr ami MrMyVi'.'' M Mr and Mrs • R ixl :r> Mas MrSid Lewi... of 31iO SW 13th Street, is in Chicago. Illinoi-. to attend the funerai of her mother MrDavid Avelrod, who died there MrLewis will visit with her sister, Mrs Edward . lor to as-uming his pulpit here MrMilton Dreyfu--. of 3415 E • enrian Avenue, has left to -pend '-.e coming Passover holidaywith her relatives. Mr and Mrs H J Samuels, Rego Park. Long I-land. '.ew York Louise BEAUTY SALON formerly/ Kathy's Beauty Salon, < 1 I t t • 1(170 S.W. 8th ST. 1 I • 1 1 t 1 1 1 1 1 Ph. 87-9406 J Soecialiiin? in • UPSWEEP HAIRDO • PERMANENT WAVING • HAIR DYING the birth of their daughter. Becky j Annette, at St Francis Hospital on February 10th. Maternal grand ; mother is Mrs. Minnie Raff, of] 3230 N\V 7th Street. Mr and Mrs Elias Roach, of 536 10th Street. Miami Beach, are | entertaining their daughter. MrNettie Stolper, Brooklyn. Ne York on her winter vacation here She 1the wile of Rabbi I) Bernard Stolper. pre-ident of the 1 Brookhr. Board of Rabbis %  j Mr and MrBenjamin Weiss j man. of 1446 Meridian Avenue, will be aying s dbye Sunday to their { daughterin law-. Mr and MrMax Moskowiti New York t'it>.> j who have been their house guests' for the pa-t five wei formerly of New fork and the Norman Hotel, Miami Beach WIDOW WILL SHARE HER LOVELY HOME in S.W. section with respectable woman between ages of 50-60. Ret The Westview Country Club will, hold its Fourth Annual Invitation al Women's Senior Golf Tournament on March 10th and 11th The tournament is a 36 hole medal play, with the Wometco Per petual Trophy up as prize On the committee in charge of arrangements are the Mesdames J C. Spitz. S J Heiman. Sam Res nuk. Sidney Meyer, Jack Ablin' David Blume. Myron Greentree and Mr Ros Sobel TV REPAIRS IMMlDIATt TElfV/SJON SftVfCf NIGHTS, SUNDAYS, HOLIDAYS $3 for Coll Phone CITY-WIDE TV 83-1298 Radiant Health Foods Markinson. brother of the bridegroom from New York, and ushers were Arthur Pepper, brother of the bride. Perry Horenstein, nephew of the bridegroom from New York. Marvin Mondres, Mel Paul and Nortie Bloom. Mrs. Gideon Litchtman. long time friend of the bride, came in from Newark. New Jersey, for the wedding and kept the Bride's Book. The bride's mother wore a perriw inkle blue lace ballerina and white orchids. The bridegroom's mother wore an aqua lace ballerina and white orchids. The bride's grandmother. Mrs. A. Pepper, wore grey lace ballerina and purple orchids. After a wedding trip through the state, the couple are residing at 2499 SW 27th Street, Miami. Out-of-town guests included Mrs. Newton Frishman, Jacksonville; Sergeant Martin Markinson. Mrs. Ben Tick. Miss Carol Tick and Perry Horenstein. all of New York; Mrs Gideon Lichtman, Newark. New Jersey; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pepper. Houston, Texas; Mr and Tamp;,. MrHarry H tenon. South CirolbJ Mrs. Hj Altman and L, Sam Silberman, KtyWn Pepper. West Palni 1 Going Formal? Forma that W tor frtihrjr eleanea, tmartly etyled, properly fitted. Complete outfits Including thoetPHONE 48-1 II MEN'S! 3121 Ponco Do Leool Coral MM YOU WILL FIND THE MOST COMPLETE SELECTK of BOYS AND GIRLS WEAR ON MIAMI at MORRIS BROTHERS MIAMI 1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE Mum,-, Popu'ar Health Sto-e FEATURING DIETETIC FOODS •i t F.ee and Sugar Free re-.on.ble. C.I. 48-6391. 9 ..„. J $EY lD *"*" 12 noon. I D


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PAGE 8 B t&is£no£&&L ranjXY. Testimonial For Rabbi Rackovsky Congregation Beth Tfilah will tender a testimonial dinner to Rab bi Joseph Rackovsky. its spiritual leader, on Sunday evening. Fob ruary 22nd. at the Hotel Edward. Chairman of the affair will be Morris J. Altshul. Assisting with arrangements are Hyman Sher. president, and Isidor Kramer, secretary Rabbi Rackov>k\ i> a member of the Israel Committee. a> well as the National Advisory Committee of the Rabbinical Council of Amor ica. He is chairman and former vice president of the By-Laws Com n.Uce of the Zionist Council. A member of the Board of Direc ti r.of the Zioni>t Organization of Miami Beach. Rabbi Rackovsky is also on the Board of Education at The Hebrew Academy and the Board of Governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation He is farmer president of the Mizrachi Organization ot Syracuse and vice president ot the Upstate Mizrachi Recion. To Honor Kopelowitz At Monday Mr and Mrs. Baron de Hirsch ing, February r,*^ Meyer will be hosts at a party for Jimmy Kopefc,^? 125 Board members of the Jewish ,he ^ "onie\ Bord. Home for the Aged at their home, 20 Star Island, on Monday evene Home v BoirrJ .1 Kopel.,u lUwj|| ^ 1 *r Miami. The Rabbi is a' a member of the Bureau oi Jewi-h Education of Greater Miami. Union of Orthodox Babbis of America and Canada. Rabbinical Council of America and Rabbinic Alumni Association of iva Uniyersitj : %  ;. :• executive director of the Greater Mian I'M I Hakashruth. A BAM IS BORN Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes left chairman of the Babies Alumnae of Mount Sinai, registers hpr own lourday old son as a member of the Hospital's alumnae group. BAM co-chairman, Mrs. Philip Hayden center aunt cf MM. Mathes does the honors of enrolling her qreat-nephew while catching a glimpse of him through the nursery windows at Mount Sina:. Yearly dues of one dollar, collected by Women's Auxiliary volunteers working en the BAMS Committee, are used to provide layettes and other assistance for needy mothers and children in'Mount Sinai's maternity and padiatnc sections. Nurse Donna Murphy has eyes only for her tiny charges. ^^^^^^^ TheQp comply the pkim ~s Albert Comanor Stephen Wise Group To Address Adult Has %  %  >* Hears Compare TETLEY TEA with any other brand •FAMOUS SiNCI 1U7 Institute Here A!'' • i : ihi Jewish Social Si ess the fourt \ lull Institute of Je \\ edn< • Iress ; fourth in the i The %  titled W hat 1 lewisl • %  Vgencii li wish I lev lewish >piti %  :. I old ac< hi ii .i pen to t egii Hi '< rttinue for t first :: %  to 9 Louis Schwartzman The Stud) Group of the Stephen s u tei of Hadassah met on v\. t thi home of Mrs 733 • Slst Street, Pcatun a musical presenMrMax Wise, with MrSakra i accompan it Guesl speaker was Louis Schwai ''I. itive director of ireau ol J< wish Education In k on Jewish philosophers Mrs Sam 1u is i hairman nl Ih .:: The on the Heinz label is the seal of approval of THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA HEINZ KOSHER SOUPS f rvi AIE "MaxHW... ONE is 'TAtfvy. 9000 N.W.] Avenue COMPtfTf SftVfCf ANi PARTS DEPARTMENT H-mil WE TRADE HIGH!! Miami's Xvtrvmi Vhevralvt fl then Compare TETLEY TEA with any other brand 6rV0H XvJGUST BROS Ry t ** la thc.BESTf 'J llahhi ZiHonka Represents • l'\\ isli l>rou|i Rabbi David I. Zielonka, of The pa, Florida, repre sented ihn Jewish t hautauqua Society participating in the Religion in-Life Week program at the In; versit) of Florida. Gainesville, on February 15th through 10th. The National Federation of TVm pie Brotherhoodsponsors the Jewish hautauqua Societ) which sends Rabbis to college campuses as part of an educational program to disseminate authentic information concerning Jud r BHIG 5 AN, KHEWITZ This Symbol is Your Assurance of STRICTEST KASHRUTH end FINEST QUALITY! THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI presents fe6. tftft, Oade County Auditorium feb. tilt, Miami Beoch Auditorium at 8:30 Arthur HvtUvr and Thv Hoston Pops TOUR ORCHESTRA (By arranflement with the Bo.ton S-mphony Orchestra) Ploy Tour Favorite Music HILDE SOMER. Pianist FEBRUARY 20th PROGRAM R A e y V V' ch Berlioi; Overture to "Miqnon". TnomasWl i„„ Der RosenkavaNcr-. R. Strauss: -EtpanlRhaotcdy Ch.tner %  ,?!" 7e n "'5'y: Hungarian Fantasy lor P,' 0 | n' '"" Lszt: Bolero. Ravel: Many Hapoy Return,. a., t" d l,i?.r iZu? y m M !!" 1 F,ddl F "Andenon: "Fast Track" raaTn % Polka. E. Straus.: Ride of the Valkyr.es. Wanner. tBahn Frel > Tickets: 11.00. 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