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The Jewish Floridian ( March 13, 1953 )

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 7__Number 11 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1953 PRICE: TEN CENTS ee World Ponders Dulles Plans Visit With Egypt's Head ussia's Next Move Copyright, 1953, By The Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. K ,JTA>—A world waited tensely this week for indications from the mystery-shrouded f what is in store for the peoples of the Soviet Empire—and the free world—as the result of ihof Joseph V. Stalin, master of the greatest empire in the history of man. (ate of the 2.500,000 Jews within the Soviet Empire who had been placed in peril by a series of %  •„... ..,,.,i,,li!nnism "hourffpois nationalism" and Will Meet With Naguib, Other Arab Leaders To Discuss East l -cosmopolitanism," "bourgeois nationalism" and •m" was bound up in the answer to the vaster questions posed [Stalin succession and the future course of events. No answer immediately forthcoming. d the anti-Semitic campaign been launched in Russia as part reel of a bitter underground fight to succeed to Stalin's throne. J appeared possible that this campaign could be developed and Bed and thus jeopardize the WASHINGTON (J T A) — SecreDulles will visit Israel during his tary of State John Foster Dulles trip to the Middle East However, it was learned that Israel Ambassador Abba Eban has conveyed to [ all the Jews in Soviet terjhe other hand, an anti-SemiCpaign having these origins tell be terminated suddenthe seizure of power by | the claimants to Stalin's j the new regime would its violently hostile policy State of Israel likewise an enigma within an to which time alone had iviet policy against Israel of its overall policy on lie East which, in turn, of its overall policy toe Western World. So long Imsters of the Kremlin conI Israel an ally of the Westrid and so long as they their policy of hostilhe West, so long would the launched by the Soviet hierarchy, was in frequent session to consider all the aspects of the powder-keg situation created by Stalin's death. Policy Postponed The Jewish Agency, sponsors of the international Jewish conference scheduled to open March 10th, in Zurich, to consider measures to combat Soviet antirSemitism, announced it had postponed the parley for a few weeks "in view of recent developments." The decision was taken following news of Stalin's collapse but before his death occurred. Jewish organizations in forty countries had been invited to the parley. In Washington, President Dwight D. Eisenhower showed his keen concern over the fate of the Soviet Empire's Jewish hostages at a press conference held at the White Ex-Mufti Is Invited To Russia lei polio remain a factor House prior to receipt of the news jve concern to Israel and to everywhere. Anti-Israel Policy I the capitals of the world, nxiously watched the Soviet [for portents of the future heirs would offer the And as Washington, Lonparis. Belgrade, Ankara and %  oriel's capitals prepared for mntnality, the free world (forced into an attitude of Iful waiting Jerusalem, the Israel Governwhich had been preparing I massive international protest floor of the United Nations the anti-Semitic campaign of Stalin's death. The President said that he could not tell if the death or incapacitatiqn of Premier Stalin would alter the "anti-Semitic situation" in the Soviet Union. He said this in response to a question Whether^he expected a worsening or improvement in the "anti-Semitic situation" in Russia in view of "what seems to be the inevitable change in Russian leadership." Mr. Eisenhower replied that, of course, he could not tell what would happen but that he found Soviet action against the Jewish people to be deplorable and heartbreaking. Continued on Page 5 A LONDON (JTA)—Haj Amin el Husseini, former mufti of Jerusalem, was invited to visit the Soviet Union, t h e Manchester Guardian reported this week. The paper said that the invitation was sent by Moslems in the Soviet Union through the Soviet Embassy in Cairo. The Mufti, lifelong foe of the Jews, worked with the Nazis during World War II in the mass extermination of Jews in Europe and was one of the organizers of Moslem support for the Nazis. Other evidences of interest in the Moslem world shown by the Soviet last week, the paper reported, included the arrival in Cairo of a group of Moslem students from the Soviet Union. They asked permission to study at Al Azhar University. The Soviet authorities also asked Saudi Arabia for permission to operate an airline from the USSR to Macca to enable Soviet Moslems to make the pilgrimage to the shrine of Islam. is planning a flying visit to Premier Naguib in Egypt and meetings with Arab leaders elsewhere in the Middle East in an attempt to strengthen American relations with the Arab states. The trip is expected to take place immediately after the Paris meeting of the Atlantic Pact Council in April. The new move became known here following an expression of concern by President Eisenhower to Prince Faisal, Saudi Arabia's Foreign Minister, over evidence of a "deterioration in relations between the Arab nations and the United S t a tes." Mr. Eisenhower told the Prince, who called on him at the White House, he was dej termined "to restore the spirit of. confidence and trust which had previously characterized relations with the Arabs and that he hoped Arab leaders would work toward the same end. Secretary Dulles an invitation to visit Israel whenever the Secretary plans a trip to that part of the world. The invitation was extended by the Ambassador on behalf of Israel Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett. Mr. Dulles was appreciative of the invitation and told the Ambassador he hoped he would have the opportunity of seeing the Continued on Page 5 A Taf t Urges Peace For Near East WASHINGTON — Senator Robert A. Taft, majority leader of the e same ena. United States Senate, Sunday said Sources in the State Department j we must achieve wtce ^^en said the Dulles visit would be part of the new Administration's efforts to learn the problems of the Arabs and win Arab participation in the proposed Middle East defense command. The Department is gravely concerned over bringing the Arab States into an alliance against Communism without regard to the fact that the Arabs' technical state of war against Israel continues. A i prime desire of the Eisenhower Administration is to alter the view j held by many Arabs that America ; is showing favoritism toward IsI rael. It could not be learned if Mr. must achieve peace between the Arab states and Israel in order to strengthen resistance to Communism "in a pretty soft spot" in the world. Referring to the anti-Israel program of the Iron Curtain countries. Senator Taft told the National Leadership Conference for Israel Bonds, which met here, that in view of Israel's determination to "resist regimentation from within and physical aggression from without, there is little wonder today that aggressive Communism bestows upon Israel the honor of its Continued on Pege 5 A Earthy Sees Red: |ebrew VOA Is Closed Economy Measure Monitor Correspondent Foresees Communist Anti-Semite Purges SHINGTON (JTA) — Charges |the Hebrew language broadthe Voice of America I to Israel had been ordered inued as a result of Cominfluence in the governR. drew a slashing rebuttal '"is week. charges had been made beJ t Sena,e sub ->mmittee jro by Senator Joseph R. Mc;'u2 GerM Dr "her, head 1 Middle East services of the •and n r Sidney Glazer, head Hebrew desk 1 that the They proorder to disoontin"eorew programs had come 'time when, they said, anti*m propaganda could have ^effective in Israel as a the Prague trials and kinwelopments the timony. Dr. Glazer told the sena torial committee that the Commun ist propaganda line exploited the "equation" — McCarthyism equals Fascism equals anti-Semitism. Reed Harris, acting head of the Voice of America, testifying before the committee this week, angrily denied allegations that the program suspension had been ordered as a result of Communist influence. He said the reason for the order was primarily an economic one. since the Voice of America BOSTON )JTA)-The Soviet authorit.es began-their P !" P !" tlon for the current anti-Semitic drive as far back as January. 1952 .he Christian Science Monitor reported from Munich this week in a dispatch X Smund Stevens, the papers Pulitzer Prizew.nning former Moscow correspondent. ____ Stevens, on the basis of information gathered through refugees, disclosed that confidential circulars reouesting incriminating data on leading members of the Jewish communities throuehout the USSR were sent out by the Kremlin to internal security authorities in January of last year. Within a month, in the Moscow reeion alone, dossiers had been collected on about 400 Jews in administrative and managerial portions. All were gradually e\i minated under varying charges of hriberv. embezzlement and Depot one. since the Voice of j America ion of respo nsibility. budget had been reduced and be~ ^^ ^^ programs r cause the Hebrew been found "lea>it effective. He declared that even in December, when Soviet anti-Semitism had reached a high point, the Voice of America received only 16 let ten from Israel in response Ho the ten irom israei in course of his televised tes-1 Hebrew broadcast gerial jobs. In Moscow, the report continued, practically everyone. Jew or Gentile, known to have had some contact with the Israeli Legation, and especially with Mrs. Golda Myerson, formerly Israeli Minister, either was arrested or hauled in for questioning. Those interrogated included persons who on Soviet and Communist Party orders had discussed with Israeli representatives plans for forming a Society for Soviet-Israeli Friendship and establishing a branch of VOKS (Society for Cultural Relations) in faism Stevens reported. Parentheti | ra el. In the big Ukrainian city of raTl'vinder the Soviet system, it I Kharkov, prominent Jew.sh memIs possible t„ build up cases of this bers of the Communist Party were accused of being in touch With the Israeli representatives in Moscow. Following this initial spadework by the security authorities, the anti-Jewish campaign began to snow ball in typical Soviet purge fashion. The first victims were forced to divulge the names and addresses of their relations and close friends. Many of these Were kind against almost anyone m a The central security authorities in Moscow used reports accumulated throughout the countrv in re sponse to the circulars to document a general "Jewish olot, the report declared. This then served as Pretext for a nationwide purge of Jews in administrative and manaarrested later and, in turn, charg ed with implication in the over-all "Jewish plot" in addition to the usual petty crimes. Among the first hit were Jews in the legal profession. Several Jewish members of the legislative drafting commission of the Supreme Soviet in Moscow have reportedly been arrested. The socalled International Association of Democratic Lawyers and the Moscow Collegium of Lawyers have been subjected to thorough screenings. Numerous Jewish members of both organizations are believed to have been disbarred, several of them arrested. Last June. 60 Jewish employees of the legal department of the Ministry of Railways, including the department chief. Erlich. were accused of falsifying accounts. Similar purge operations were reportedly carried out in other government ministries and throughout the entire civil service. • Moreover, government personnel departments proceeded to revise their lists of pensioners,' depriving many disabled Jewish employees of their pensions on the grounds that their medical certificates contained false statements. Continued en Page 5 A



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PAGE 2 A + IPWistincr*MM7_ Academy Slates Annual Meeting Dr. David S. Andron, president of the Hebrew Academy, announced this week that the annual membership meeting of the Academy will be held in the auditorium of the school, Monday, March 16th, at 8 p.m. Election of members to the Board of Directors will take place. Harry Genet, chairman of the Nominations Committee, will present the slate for the elections Servim! with Genet on the committee are Morris Cohen. Lewis V Escott, Sol Goldman, Samuel Grundwerg Sidney Rubinowitz, Samuel Rcinhard, Solomon Lobel and Nathan Benonfeld. Reports regarding the progress oi the activities of the Academy First Southeastern Conference For Histadrut To Open Here On Sunday The First Southeastern Conference for Histadrut will be held in the Hibiscus Lodge. 10th Street and Alton Road, on Sunday. March 15th 11 am. Rabbi James G. Heller, president of the Labor Zionist Organization of America and one of Americas foremost Jewish leaders, will be the principal speaker. Theme of his address will be: Stalin's Death And Its Effect I pon Jews Behind The Iron Curtain.. More than 400 representatives Jacob Synagogue, with Rabbi Mosand delegates from Jew.sh organ-|es Mescheloff presiding on Friday PI J ^-„ ..;„ „„J i morning. March 13th. 10 a.m. izations in Florida. Georgia and ^ •he Carolinas are expected to at L T ^ (V nter tend the conference to discuss supworin """. o J oon of the bneu rioneen and! P lans Meeting's, 3rd Workers Federation and of their j \mmal Seder Kve progress as the largest single or^ a m ink „.,,, jd( at thp Kanization in the Middle East .. The Labor Zionist Family of **&* •" the Sisterhood of the Greater Miami, composed oi the North Dade Jewish Center on MonFarband Labor Zionist Order and (j av evening, March 9th. 8 p.m. the Pioneer Women's Council, will A comprehensive report on the be hosts at the conference Israel bo presented to the memberShapoff is president of the Labor l ,! '"r '" :!, ,|ans tor %  ,,r -' •"' %aal To Head 1EWA Chapter Stanley Saal is new president of the Intercollegiate Zionist Federation of America Chapter at the University of Miami. Elections were held by the 1ZFA Chapter here on March 1st. Other officers include Charles Liebman, vice president; Flora Eichner, secretary'; and Eleanore Goodman, treasurer. The IZFA group meets on Sunday evenings. 8 p.m., at the University Hillcl House. FRIDAY, D^DO -Oft TaUpho,,,^ ship. An educational report will be delivered by Rabbi Alexander S. Gr >-. principal. Brief resumes will also be given by chairmen of affiliated organizations They include the Hebrew Acs len • Women. Mrs Sidney Rubinowitz; Hebrew Academy Room Mothers, Mr.-. Alexander Kogan: and Hebrew Academy Father's club. Irving Firtel. Zionist Council and Mrs BeeJaffer nual donor luncheon will be given ipresident of the Pioneer Wornb) Clair Apfelbaum. chairman of en's Council. tn ,. Luncheon Committee. Histadrut provides vocational, Qn Tttwday eve ning. March 10th, educational, employment "ndmed8 |u ^i, cllll) wU| „„.,,, leal services for more than 500.000, ... ">r:w si .. through school zones. #nWGANTS\ MAY 81... \reRMrr£s/M FOR FREE INSPECTION CALL World's Lorgtil fill Cc-'-c! Co. 'MEMBER OF B'NAI B'RITH' Call 2-1776 at the Center Following a short business meeting at which time the coming election of officers will be discussed, a full-length movie will be shown to the membership A ueneral meeting of the Center I will be held on Wednesday evening. March 11th. at 8 p.m. A report will be given by the Building ComI mittee on plans made for the annexation of new classrooms to the | Religious School. Plans are also under way for the third annual Passover Community Seder to be held at the Center on The cornerstone Of the New Pier Mondav evening. March 30th. RabI enter will be laid on Tuesday evbj Harrv i-; t tin t -r will officiate at March 17th. 8 p.m.. at OcUu rilua i and ccr ,monv. with the and l>t Street. Miami assistance of Cantor Alexander Cohen and the Youth Choir. The tra rhe New Pier Center wiH be the rational Passovci dinner will be meeting hail and recreation buildcatcm i b y Pearl Gottesman. of Mi iny of the South Beach Commitam j I In charge are Mrs Lena Mintzes ^ %  T u chairman: Louis Shafkin. Arrange^OUMHOll I O Il4 k ]|| ments Committee: Joseph Dube. {ajftEllos 1W\* INkSl 1 Executive Committee: and Mrs members, more than one-third of the infant nation's population Kupat Holim. Histadrut > medical service, provided medical care for more than 900.000 patients in 1952. treating Arab. Christian and Jew alike. The Rabbinical Assembly of Greater Miami will hold a reception for Rabbi Heller at the Beth To Lav Cornerstone On South Keach J Max Thursten. secretary. FASTER, BETTER PASSOVER CLEANING! %  %  % %  !• r ree Of fl-iA CHAtCf WITH EVERY TWO BARS For a limited time Murray Solomon has been elected Commander of the Coral Gables Post. Jewish War Veterans of the United States. Solomon is a Purple Heart disabled veteran of World War II. other officers are Lenny Lit shutz. Senior Vice Commander; Lou Segal. Junior Vice Commander; Al Gleiberman. officer of the day; mt Chaplain '• U'.vo tru lee; A var lru>. %  • in luck — it mi^ht utility Kosher Mt I and ) Poiiltiy Mark 161 S.W. 8th Sirm MlamL Florida Telephone 82-5001 THE LEADERS IN THE KOSHER FIELD We intend to continue offering the finest of quality merchandise at lowest possible prices Watch For Our Kosher Food Plan i Call 82-*"001 for prompt service R0KEACH 350 Lincoln Road Mezzanine — Phone 5-5419 Entrance on Washington Ave. OCULISTS • Prescriptions Filled • Lenses and Frames Duplicated • Large Selection in Latest Styles CHAPELS IN MIAMI AND MIAMI BEA Jewish Funerals with 5,713 years of tradition It it ilki)> %  .ourrr of profound i..inforl. *' thai Jewish M-nifr. at Riverside •• rertly with a thorough nolrnf 9-2664 Miami ll^ ^ A



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%  ,.w J 20th, 21st Designated As Zionist bath Day; Mangold Named Chairman ki -iitents of the Zionist dis,, lh e South Flor5JS jU of 'he Miami nitrid Morris Simon, of SEbta Zionist District; Kty G S achs, of the Miami f, District, this anweek LyippoliitnitBl <>f Max, %  u..,.l man ,T; Mangold, hotel man. as of the Zionist Sabbath ijreli 20th and 21st, In South cia! servicewill be held on | p lit. March 20th. and SatLrning, March 21st, to pray Lvation of the plight of JewLnd the Red Curtain. AidEgold in securing the coton of all ConKrcgations and L including reformed, contve and orthodox, is Leonard tsser. Alexander Van Straati Albert Sherman, lust Sabbath Day is being oblin cooperation with the City lami Beach Miami and Coral j n conjunction with the Rational Administrative Counting to be held in Miami _i on March 22nd. turner May. president of the |r,ji Administrative Council of |i, ir ,i-t Organization of Amernhcn notified <>f the event, lih.it he hoped "'that these In will be said throughout the plaining the purpose of the | ce, Mangold ex%  Ihat this is an oppnrtunorida Jewry to set [hi rest "f the naPSI oi the world in jewrj oi all factions will and present a courageous k ; %  a leading factor in lin^ the conservative Congrceth( r ni South Florida. (he youngest man in the i WhoWho. He is chairl>] the Father's Committee of I Seoul Troop associated 1 theMiami Beach Jewish Cen(i oi the Elk's Lodge liarr.i Beach, No. 1601. on the of tlu Men's Club of the bi Beach .lew l.-li Center and is ler chairman of the Atlantic Ih Inter faith Movement which I urer. PAGE a The significance of an ancient Italian brass Chanuka Menorah is explained to students of the Horace Mann School during its annual visit to the Jewish Museum of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Mrs. Silvio Sermoneta, chairman of the Museum Committee, point out interesting hiqhlights of the museum piece to (left to right) Jerry Irwin, a member of the Student Council of the school; Sally Butler, president of the Student Council; and Miss Norma Gavilan, Civics teacher and Student Council sponsor. BART, BARRY SISTERS, MEDOFF STAR ON AIR Jacob Schechtcr, director of the Jewish Hour on Station WMBM, will present an unusual program starring Jan Bart, the Barry Sisters and Sam Mcdoff and his Yiddish swing orchestra on Sunday, 12 noon. THE NEW Camp Osceola FOR BOYS AND GIRLS On Mills River Silver Lake Horse Shoe. North Carolina Horseback Biding Private Lake Swimminj Pool Capable Seasoned Staff Resilient Physician and Nurse Directors: Herbert Silver. B.S.. M.ED. Belle Segal Silver, B.A., L.I. bftM Buccaneer Ave., Miami Beachj iPh. 84-9121 Limited Enrollment] Maxwell Mangold is a division of the National Conference of Christians and Jews in Brotherhood work. He is also former chairman of the Council of Trade Executives of! the American Jewish Congress. Additional presidents sponsoring; the event are Arthur Pariser, of j the Orlando Zionist District; Dr. Louis Fcldman. of the Palm Beach Zionist District; and Dr. E. Kaplan, of the Hollywood Zionist District. A request has been forwarded to Governor Dan McCarty proclaiming the 20th and 21st as ZOA Sabbath Observance days to be set aside as a day of prayer in all Jewish Houses of Worship. Dr. Litowitz Heads Bench Denial Group Dr. Robert Litowitz has been elected president of the Miami Beach Dental Society, one of the largest in Florida. Installation will be on March 23rd, according to the new president. Other officers include: Dr. "William Van Camp, president-elect to take office next year; Robert Kaplan, vice president; and David Prensky, secretary-treasMiamian* Cited At KCCJ Dinner Three Miamians were given citations on Tuesday for their humanitarian efforts. The citations were made by the Florida Region of the National Conference of Christians and Jews at ceremonies held in the Columbus Hotel. Those cited were Jacob Sher, Mrs. L. J. McCaffrey and Denis Renuart. Sher served as a member of the Board of Directors of the Dade County Community Chest. He is also a past president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and served as chairman of one of its annual C.IA campaigns. He is president of the West Flagler Kennel Club. Mrs McCaffrey is presently a trustee of the Dade County Federation of Women's Clubs. Renuart has been identified with the Community Chest, Red Cross and Variety Children's Hospital. •^Principal speaker was Benson Ford, Detroit automobile manufacturer and NCCJ official. SUITE 416-421 DR. DAVID J. SEITLIN having recently returned from active duty with the United 1 States Army announces the resumini of his PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY and his association with DR. FRANK CORET and DR. JACK SEITLIN INGRAHAM BUILDING Til. 2-1215 BORDEN'S COFFE T\ SHER M PASSOVER Concentrated I sss than a teaspoon lakes a cup!' 100% PURE IFFEE CRYSTALS • rich*, mart concentrated .floj/or tha* •'•y o.K„ (S H M | SO RICH.; LESS THAN A TEASPOON MAKES A CUP I Unlike old-style weak-flavored I TAITV Bord -' ny CRYStr^ O V, 009 T P". concen C0 J ,ee J u d l boiling. [ "h r ,nd X ou 8e coffee %  '**> >ou ever brewed. HrandriK Member Day .11a roh I Mi Friday, March 13th, has been designated as Brandeis Membership Day. A series of teas will be held today at 1:30 p.m., for prospective members of the Greater Miami Chapter. National Women's (Committee of Brandeis University, according to Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsberg, president. The first concentrated membership drive of the group will be highlighted by teas held in the homes of Mrs. Sam Blank, Mrs. Gilbert Goldman and Mrs. Milton Friedman. A skit, followed by a musical program, will be presented at each tea. Overall membership chairman for the group is Mrs. Alexander Robbins. Area membership chairmen for Miami Beach are Mrs. Aaron Farr and Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich. Mrs. Nathan Strauss and Mrs. Harold Thurman are in charge of the Miami area. The National Women's Committee of Brandeis, with 35.000 members throughout the country, was organized for the purpose of building and maintaining the library at the University. In the past four years, the group has contributed 85.000 volumes. 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PAGE 4 A ''W^-^'W^M^^'W Published every Friday since 1927 by the Jewish Floridian at 121 N. E Sixth Street, Miami 18, Florida Entered as second-class matter July 4, 1930. at the Post Office of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March 3. 1879. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Tele, graphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service. National Editorial Association. Amer. ican Association of English-Jewish Newspapers. Florida Press Association. ^^ FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editor Metropolitan** Kickoff The Kickoff of the Combined Jewish Appeal's Metropolitan Division in the southwest area takes place on Sunday. The door-to-door phase oi the 1953 campaign begins at that time. Residents here will be afforded the opportunity of personally participating in this most vital fund raising effort. The forward echelons of the trades and professions are in the process of completing their solicitations. : Now, it remains for the individual to cooperate by welcoming the many volunteer workers who will knock on his door starting Sunday. This is virtually the only practical means by which he can demonstrate h ; s willinqness to stand behind the State of Israel, as well as the many social and cultural agencies that make his life richer and more meaningful here at home. Conscience, alone, can be the donor's guide. But it is important to remember that the Metropolitan Division drive is the expression of Miami Jewry's total faith. It is also important to remember that qiving Life Dollars now may aid considerably in bringing hope to some two and one-half million Jews trapped behind the Iron Curtain. Meridian Hurinn Thp Wf*k % OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street \MW^ I tlC WCCK A S Telephones 2-1141 -2-8212 ruth Tin Jewlah "" % % %  • %  Br LEO MINDLIN I s •tf uluimiS U B S C One Year R I P T S3.00 ON RATES Two Years THE CIVIL RIGHTS PROBLEM IN Anic Adar 26. 5713 Volume 27 Number 11 FRIDAY, MARCH 13. 1953 TinI'"* Association The United Nations Association of Greater Miami is coming into its own. The Association is but one of many local chapters throughout the nation dedicated to the ideal of One World. Miami's UN leaders will play host today to Mrs. Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Mrs. Roosevelt's activities in the world organization are known to all. Perhaps fewer know that she is currently working with the United Nations on a totally volunteer basis. This selfless dedication is a reflection of the UN's principal goal—the maintenance of universal peace through mutual understanding. Miami's United Nation's Association is determined to do its part within the framework of this goal. Much is being done by local leaders to make residents here aware of UN activity. But much still remains to be done. The organization's success depends upon total participation as it does on the world scene in New York. We are often prone to be critical of the shortcomings of the United Nations, and we speak with bitterness of man's inability to cope with man at this late point in history. We berate the obstructionism and sabotage one group sets against another as the terrible tale of social incompetence unfolds during international UN debate. But we can ill afford to assume such an "objective" position when we fail to accept the responsibility of living the One World principle. That can best be accomplished by supporting our local UN Association. &<^aUtl^ Bcwr. in his book, Equality By Statute, traces tho" **'** — I race relations since the end of the Civil War \1 l rogreis position is comfortable. He focusses his attention k %  As 1863 marks the thorencal date of the Negro's'liU **' (the wars end) denoting the year of his actual eman"'"" 1 '** be assumed that civil rights constituted no debate,! patl0 1 that time. laole issue Strict interpretation would accord this stand a MJ truth. The extreme in discriminatory practices \bT^ Negro to serfdom here can not now be regarded a* h • violation of civil rights since the slave had no l P a[ t '* individual in the American community. Nevertheless ^> ,i the nations history must be taken if we arc to I reasons behind a prevalent reluctance to accent ek-iiV even in our own day. v "Wil The Declaration of Independence aimed at "uaram dividual his inalienable rights. But the ConstitutioiT^, States met a very practical problem by ignoring a srJr individuals. To knit the schisms already manifest Mwwn era industrial society and the Southern agrarian world th 1 • I the Constitution agreed upon equating five Whites**' Negroes for purposes of representation. Seeking t„ proteri *i slave mode of living and its voice in the American CMO! same time, the South won its demand to maintain the W status U a serf and to consider him at least a partial hiT'i 1 when census tabulations would determine the number of nvwt ereign States sent to the House of Representatives But this "recognition" of the Negro mereh served to, reckoning that ultimately led to the Civil War Here again. L Emanicipation Proclamation was only the mural facade for essential issue. America's policy of manifest destiny-its push the western boundary of the nation to the Pacific Or* vast tracts of land over which the North and South argued a of free and slave states. Entrance of these territories into then constantly upset the balance of power between two societies, ( forever seeking to introduce and enforce Congressional most favorable to its particular needs THUS, THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION AND tiej V ar can not properly be regarded as having constituted a a against Negro serfdom. For America to continue as a Union i several States, Lincoln recognized the immediate need of elia the slave issue as a point of tension between North and Sou is not meant to deny the existence of moral abolitionists who | ly detested the slave system, but emancipation was mainly am feuaSZ *AJ-,' J,V • '• t*Jf^ JftJiSiTBi^Siir. • acxesIca ,ne slave system, but emancipation was mainlvane .'-..— *•>•. %  •• -;-Hr : #?••^-•.*v> ^ W| and political matter, with the more humanitarian, civil righto; CMAl nrDIKir won J7C nlavinf a snrnnfl^ri' f-..U. SMOLDERING SPARKS — oii^r.-ssMMi... ItoKolution A lt'-l>.-ii;< .Minn President Dwight D. Eisenhower this week called for Jewish youth in America to re-dedicate themselves to the principles and ideals of their religion. We feel this is a noble suggestion apart from the framework into which the President set his appeal. Mr. Eisenhower, of course, called for the re-dedication in light of the latest onslaught against Jews in Europe. But it is a good idea for our youth constantly to take cognizance of their heritage and tr a di'.ion, for it serves to strengthen belief in themselves as individuals. It also offers a bank of spiritual safety not atfoided those who ignore the precepts of Judaism. Mr. Eisenhower's suggestion comes at a good time and silences many in our ranks who have been lighting against Judaism as a day-to-day mode of living on the basis of the fact that it conflicts with the ideals of Americanism. His call for a re-dedication by Jewish youth shows that he recognizes the relationship between democracy and moral belief. playing a secondary role. Obvious violations of inalienable freedoms existed even isi times. Roger Williams' flight to Rhode Island, where he religious discrimination, is a famous example. Perhaps not Mi known is the tale of the Jews in that State who built a tunnel I There is an interesting story behind the Govthe Touro s > na gogue b y means of which worshippers might eminent s decision to let Russia know about """^ Fur,hcr "'stories of witch hunts and burnings at its complete distaste for the current anti-Semitic ^.hi lw* S f'?' 2 fS" 2* !" l Uon The > are clcar J^ campaiqn of ,he fear of America's early settlers who. themselves, saffenfl M .' b;,rbs f religious and political persecution in Kurope. Many Ub officials in key positions have writImportant to remember is the fact that this European a ten books, memoirs and syndicated columns P la > s a significant part in discrimination even in our own u,. exposing the Government's position with re,ion from the Asian and African worlds caused the prevalent, gard to Nazi terroristic activity before World Saxon settler here to regard East Europeans. Orientals, Negro War II. Most of them, in an effort to be purged Semi,es as strange and sub-human. The Jew. as usual, was land! of guilt or to exploit the fruits of sensational J' cwed wi,h singular suspicion. Carrying the external mark journalism, expressed the feelinq that a aood l U s,orncr he 1,ved Privately according to the values of a sock deal could have been done to save millions of -l ? ~ nf V sed by centu "es of travel in exile Such ig Jews in Germany's concnlrSiS^TTO JtSSS, "" ""* !" ^^ *" ^^ feTSL&S? WWe m re ,lrmly fashioned in Murr ^ Berger avoids this earlier chronicle of persecution! ncn airecuon. he choice of the Civ „ Wju M ^ be ^ ming of hls studv Alf inese omcials. in similar manner, said that indicated, this choice was no arbitrary matter. Mr Berger Nazi leaders made several overtures here ,he survey of progress in civil rights at the point where the npj through behind-the-scenes emissaries to trade Perhaps the most predominant target for American disainiii>fM Jewish lives for monetary considerations but sumed ,he le 8 a status of a citizen. But the book, as a whole, m that the Government ignored them. Apparent? result of his late sUrtin P in t. For in avoiding past hisW ly, American fear to upset the delicate balance B rger fai,s l0 take ""to account the Negro's struggle toward j" between its own neutral Dosition nnH r as an aspect of the Souths social and cultural destruction | many's war machine was nn. ,vl i Wa8ed on % %  • %  %  an Political grounds. reason, either ** P !" "!* 1 .*• "OER INDICATES THAT THE FIRST enforce* I Undoubtedly th* Unit*,, <:.„. I.J I designed ,0 protect universal civil rights came with the tt to be n £L f ? ,e f dld not core fourteenth and fifteenth amendmenU to the United States such unfeeling hindsight tion. These principally guaranteed the Negro's freedom, lendingi •ment to the thesis that democracy aims at tetherinj UetJl of thai dSnrin^R ^"^ Cc ^ ess ^^ ResoTuiion a Kreemen"t .. pionng nussia s current purges dealt mainly of ,he majority and at protecting the free determination of I Senate leaders, well beoritv Subs iuent conflicts in the area of civil rights, Mr. announced that thev attnbutes to labor's war against a continually expanding and ... 7 i •""auiuuun, announced that thev MU "' "• against a c didn t want the Iron Curtain world to consider S na American industrial economy. possible American silence as tacit endorsement ***?** lhe history of the struggle against discrimination IUMJ of the USSR's policy. endorsement 19Xs may ^ Urge y vjewed jn ^ IJght of efforts t0 ^ Negro's citizenship—his right to vote and to achieve equal SOCJ*J This was a stranae nmnramr^^. • ^KTOS citizenship— his right to vote and to achieve equal re of ColEK xL"? lt Z ::?n mic PP?rtuniy-and the workman's drive toward^ ing a mixture of Coioressionnl bit.. J l T I economic opportunity-and the workman's drive towarc matter, especially sm4 n 9 ln ,he ["P"'* 510 1 a "d happmess in a private enterprise economy tint *anti-Semitic meK *h "T^, CU,ipoken £"" decreasin 8 """iber of possibilities to find for U-jj durinq the MrCn'r^ 5 ? h W ed ,heir Colors ?£?* admi m S tration. accord.ng to Mr. Berger. represen^l bates add>H ,W al!ei la ^<* !" de' S Government's first dominant attempt to cope with the civil %  ftoof ,hn, ^. I' V T eS ,0 jt SUe M Ce ,he Emancipation Proclamation. J "t ,na P 1,1CS have taken priority over But ,he role Mr. Roosevelt played was primarily in the econai morality !S the fact that Arab spokesmen subspherc **"*"* ot opportunity for all races and religion* Jj sequently persuaded John Foster Dulles and ^ Ual •W""""'* U> partake of the benefits doled out ** he State Department tr a l !er the ori ; '••relief agencies. FDR was essentially afraid to toudi "*' lution. The Moslem leaders said that \,ll f unda mental problem. When Walter White, secretan of the %  resolution would mean intrusion n-T ^ x As 1 soc,ation { >" the Advancement of Colored People, asked *J Russian policy and that Comrnuni,, ,n,e / nal velt ,'" W5 why he didn't support the anti-lynching bill the JJ itism warmerely a matter of ^f an "-Sem"epl.ed that the SouthernersTy virtue of the seniority rule-' I gress. occupied all the strategic positions there he said. 1W' j, .. i % % %  ui oiaie. USSR's di^Sation r!^ ref ? 6 dGpl red ,he L :" COme out for7he'"MU-l7ncling"b"i"irnow. erally and^ SaHe^.hT "£!*" ^ S2 'TOJS! ,sk Co ,0 '*** t0 keep ^ZX sue We seem S t T'' OT ,ewish • SK Whether "" WM Po' ic expediency or sagacit** before WorWW ^ Serve u ,he shadow events "T kno Sufface it to say. it remained for the TrumaoaJJ -fore World War II on the international scene u n acUve,y to *" nation's first civil r.ghU pro^ 'solution denl rt ri„ o..^_. 'Pned level of democratic ideals. Truman's Fair Employment Practices Co*



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PAGE 5 A Urges Peace Between Israel h Leaque; Deplores Red Drive !" i Page 1 A to assure." -tinned from :_.„,,.i,,„;„,, c n „* n •v..c* Bnviel Union has come £ that .his small state Tone Oi the -strongest Soviet penetration and LIL penetration and aggresb J. rucal Middle East ," rscoring the importance of Bond Issue in promoting B nomic development of the Israel, the Senate Majority declared that economic aid 1 represent strength against luni-sm and a contribution to tor Taft stressed the fact .onomic strength for Israel I hurt the Arabs; it can only hem." Monitor Writer Foresees Purges In introducing Senator Taft, Hen ry Morgenthau, Jr., chairman of the Con,mued ,rom p '9 1 A Board of Governors of the Israel.. cha "S CR a,s <> served as the Bond Drive and former secretary polnt of d<, Parture for widespread of the US Treasury, urged that Isaccus a'<>ns against Jewish mem GLOBAL SHORTS Ike Addresses Message To Youth rael should receive the same meas ure of aid that the United States bers !The of the doctors medical recently profession, accused of has given to South Korea and In-I ,illn Politburo members Alexandonesia, "and we should not wait> d er Scherbakov and Andrei ZhdaUll the shooting starts". nov actualljr were arrested last Senator Taft's address climaxed [ June a three-day Conference which con. J *' h Editor* Accused sidered the new threats from SovSimultaneously, Jews in journalWASHINGTON (JTA)—President Dwight D. Eisenhower this week called on "young Americans of the Jewish faith to renew their study and their application of the ideals that belong equally to the traditions of America and to the ancient teachings of the Jewish religion." The President's call was contained in a message directed to the National Jewish Youth Conference in connection with the nationwide observance of Jewish Youth Week commencing March 20th. The conference, is sponsored by the National Jewish Welfare Board. Lcussins American policy in fiddle East, he said that our fto the Soviet attack on Israel continuation of our policy istance. lei must be prepared, he said, ke a decisive contribution to > of the free world" and Upt those refugees who may ed in escaping from behind on Curtain. a'.or Taft described the Israel Issue as a manifestation of of the people of Israel to themselves achieve sound eckc foundations. lerjf purpose of American poli served by a strong economy Irael. the strengthening of its nment and the kind of policy Bond.have undertaken iet countries and the Arab states ism were subjected to thorough I A Will Spend 8100,000.000 For Arabs Dulles Plans Visit With Nagiub Continued from Pag* 1 A situation at first hand. A high State Department official said here that neither President Eisenhower nor Secretary Dulles had any intention of "cold-shouldering Israel," although he said he could not confirm or deny press reports that a major change in American policy had occurred in the Arab-Israel area. He said it would be a mistake to draw the conclusion that the j State Department will practice j favoritism. There is no reason for; any Near Eastern country to feel j it might be overlooked by the United States, he said, because i there is a feeling of friendship for all parties. Expressions by Secre-1 tary Dulles at a recent press conference and by President Eisen-, hower to the Saudi Arabian For-1 eign Minister should be taken at iheir face value, he said. Text of Statement The White House statement read as follows: "The President received His Royal Highness Prince Faisal, Forfor one like him | eign Minister of Saudi Arabia, today at the White House. During the meeting matters of mutual interest to Saudi Arabia and the United States were discussed. The President expressed his great pleasure at having the opportunity of r e c eiving so distinguished a representative of a country with which the United States enjoy especially close relations. "He expressed his concern over some evidence that there had lately occurred a deterioration in relations between the Arab nations and the United States. He stated that it would be his firm purpose to seek to restore the spirit of confidence and trust which had previously characterized these relations, and he hoped that, the Arab leaders would be inspired by the same purpose. "The President alluded to the and the need for continued econ-' inv e s 'Uation The staff of Tass. the omic development to strengthen its offlcial ews agency, was carefully democratic defenses. screened. The purgers also concentrated on the field of literature. All books written by Jewish authors in the 1948-52 period were subjected to microscopic scrutiny in an effort to discover traces of "anti-Soviet feelings and ideological deviations." There was even talk of some form of literary conspiracy involving Jewish writers in Kiev. In Kharkov, a number of prominent Jewish members of the Communist Party, including writers and editors, was accused of secret contacts with the Israeli Legation in Moscow. Mass deportations of Jews according to the familiar Soviet deportation pattern began early last summer. Most of the deportees were shipped to the so-called Jewish Autonomous Region of Birobidjan in eastern Siberia, near the Manchurian frontier. A large part of the area is given over to forced labor camps whose inmates are entirely Jewish. But even those Jews UNITED NATIONS (JTA) — The United Nations will spend $100, 000,000 on Near Eastern projects for the benefit of Arab refugees, it was learned this week. John E. Blandford Jr.. whose resignation as head of the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees becomes effective this week, said construction would start this summer on the largest project—an irrigation plan for 20,000 families whose farms will get water from the Jordan's Yarmuk River. I Iii III iiis* George Welter Condemned DETROIT (JTA) —Jewish leaders here have condemned an antiIsrael address before the Detroit Economic Club this week by George A. Weller, foreign correspondent of the Chicago Daily News and Miami Herald. In the course of his address on What Is Our Future In The Middle East And The Significance Of The AntiZionist Drive Of The Soviets. Mr. Weller supported Jordan charges that Israel had destroyed many Arab villages and had defied the United Nations authorities. Mr. Weller's major thesis was that "Russia's anti-Semitism is due to the one-sided United States stand toward Israel" and that "tne Arabs no longer trust us." Deny America IN Exerting Pressure man said that the US diplomatic mission in Israel, like all other diplomatic missions in the country, maintaining contact with Iswas TEL AVrV (JTA) —The United States is not exerting pressure on the Israel Government in the Israel-Jordan border situation, a spokesman for the Foreign Ministry declared here this week, denying a US press report that the US had sent Israel a "strong" note on the border "incidents." The spokesTurks Organize To Fight Bigotry ISTANBUL (JTA)—A "National | movements." is composed of rael officials on various matters. He pointed out that "to take one ring out of a chain" creates an "unreal" picture. 26 [eWorld Ponders jsia's Next Move tinued from Page 1 A pointed out that, in a way. deprc.-sin. so much experience with |Nazi horror camps of World II. He said that Jews in Ipe were reduced to almost png in the (ierman camps. Of (current situation, he said he it rather depressing, adding i it was even worse than deping—it was heartbreaking. No Recommendations he President admitted that he I frankly puzzled as to whether fsaying anything about Soviet fSemitism would help the situor make it worse. Despite he indicated that the United %  and the free world depored et anti-Semitism and hoped for way to end it, although he no specific recommendation. more than 24 hours. The managers of all enterprises including collective and state farms, are Russians. Sharett Says To Go Easy ganized in Turkey to support the j youth, educators, veterans and government's drive against ultra-; professionals. Ismet Inonu, former nationalists and racists including i President of Turkey and leader Of anti-Semites. The organization, de jthe opposition in Parliament, prosigned to "defend liberties" from : claimed his support of the govern"Nazi-type racists or Communist' ment's anti-racist drive. Will lie Careful In Arming Arabs dying jet planes to the Middle East not to alter "appreciably" the M question of what effect the [in development might have on | many strong educational and culpet policy was discussed by j tural ties which had developed pident Eisenhower at a meeting | between the. Arab world and the phe White House with Jesse I United States over a period of National Commander of the many decades and stated that he ish War Veterans. This meet\ was confident that this provided a took place immediately before 1 Press conference at which Mr. enhower spoke out on the subMr. Moss told reporters after' <">g with Mr. Eisenhower that w not at liberty to divulge t the President told him. %  eanwhile, as Jews in many of the free world continued foundation of good will on which to build during the coming years to mutual advantage. 'The President also emphasized his great personal interest in the welfare and progress of Saudi Arabia and the other states in the Near East. The President request. ed Prince Faisal to convey his corPfotest the Soviet anti-Semitism, dial greetings to His Majesty King F Joseph, member of the Israel Abdul Alii Ibn Saud." F'net, expressed the hope here Pthe Soviet Government will P'Israel's appeal and "a subF" number of Jews will be fwed to go to Israel." mass meeting, held in Tel Eliw Week backed thi8 P ,M led for worldwide support for WHSS*. ,hat Russian Jews be & e d t o emigrate from the F" Inion. *ish U p d c 0n ,he A ociation of I Bri ,, rVicemcn and Women blicv ta n Dro,Ps,ed aKainst Sov** Pt> and warned that no Jew is "lobe Jewish can be made 1 a criminal r^ an individual.' indictment Musie Program At Free l*oan Dinner Affair The Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan Association will hold a dinner installation on Sunday evening, March 15th, at 900 SW 17th Avenue. A musical program is scheduled for the affair. Featured will be Miss Ruth Brotman and Paul Beck in operatic dnets. Miss Anyuta Mel icov will be at the piano. Chairman of the evening is Mrs. Rose Pertes. TEL AVIV (JTA)— Moshe Sharet, Israel's Foreign Minister, last week-end warned the neighboring Arab states against a rash renewal of the war with Israel. Commenting on the recent series of border "incidents," particularly with Jordan, Mr. Sharett suggested to the Arabs that they "think seven times" before they re-open hostilities. He spoke at the celebration of the fourth anniversary of the establishment of the Israel port of Eilath, on the northern tip of the Gulf of Akaba. Meanwhile, police throughout Israel were involved in widespread investigations of arms traffic believed to involve local Adabs. Israelis and Arabs from the neighboring countries. The inquiry was set off by the discovery of a considerable quantity of ammunition in the possession of an Arab identified as Azam Aligaan. An Israeli Army spokesman has announced here that an armistice commission team consisting of Israelis. Jordanians and United Nations personnel, who had yisited the scene of the latest "incident" between Israeli and Jordanian irregular forces last week, had agreed with the Israeli contention that the entire two-hour battle occurred on Israel territory. One Israeli soldier shot by the Arabs died of wounds and at least one Jordan death was reported. LONDON (JTA) — Prime Minis ter Winston Churchill assured the House of Commons this week that Britain would be careful in supllagaddah Returned To Library MUNICH (JTA)—At the request of the Central Council of Jews in Germany, the Hesse provincial government has returned the famed Darmstadt Haggadah to the balance between Israel and the Arab States. The statement was cheered. it will once again be available to students for research purposes. During the Nazi regime the Haggadah. one of the oldest in existence, was removed from Darmstadt and placed in a leather musprovincial state library nere where I eum in Offenbach. Gratified By Washington Friendship NEW YORK (JTA)—"The Gov-1 rael would be maintained and „ ,. strengthened," Ambassador Abba ernment of Israel has been grati-, srae „,„ here this week fied by the assurances it had re-, Mr Eban wno spoke on the situaceived in recent weeks from leadj t j on m the Middle East at Town ing figures in the United States I Hall, referred to press reports on aid to the Government that the friendship j increased American between the United States and IsArab states. Israel Not Prepared For Pea*e LONDON (JTA) — The United to the United Nations, told an official dinner for members of the diplomatic corps in Beirut, accordStates is "ready to understand the Arab case" now and this is a "golden opportunity" to establish the best of Arab-American relations. Dr. Charles Malik, Lebanese Ambassador to Washington and head of the Lebanese delegation ing to a report from the Lebanese j capital. Dr. Malik said that Israel needed peace today, "but I do not believe that the time has yet come for a discussion of peace with Israel." Egyptian Premier Reports Aid Offer LONDON (JTA)—Egyptian Prem ier Mohammed Naguib reported to a meeting of the envoys of Arab states in Cairo this week on an offer of economic assistance from West Germany conditioned on the Arab League's scrapping its threatened economic boycott of Germany over the Israel reparations past, according to a dispatch from the Egyptian capital. The dispatch said that Arab diplomatic circles feel that this is the most propitious moment for the Arab states to deal with Germany. It was pointed out that Egypt, for one, has found Bonn to be its third best customer for cotton this year and one of its most important suppliers of manuftcured articles. NEW YORK — A National FreeThe nationwide mobilization. Communist attacks on the Jews of | here where a ^ wi „ ^ inke<1 l '"*clred War. Traffic Death.! row. Promote Safety Prevent SorKNESSET SPEAKER ARRIVES LONDON (JTA) — Joseph Sprinzak Speaker of the Israel Parliament, and Mrs. Sprinzak were guests of honor at a reception here. Eartern Europe and the State of krasl has been called for Sunday, March 29th. by the United Jewish Appeal and will take place simultaneously in leading cities throughout the country to give American Jews their first opportunity for a nationwide expression of brotherhood with Jews undergoing Soviet oppression. il by radio-telephone with similar rallies in other parts of the nation. Officers of the United Jewish Appeal, in announcing the mobilization, said that "this will be the first demonstration to be held on a national scale for the purpose,pf voicing American Jewry's concerted indignation over Soviet assaults on Jews."



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PAGE 6 A *lfmistncrJdia(T_ aiSffi' — A' Billy Shaw, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Shaw, 8340 Byron Avenue, will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morninq services of the North Shore Jewish Center. Services begin at 8:45 a.m. A(lelber# Is Bar Mitzvah Bruce Leonard Adelberg, -on <>f Mr. and MrIrvine Adelber West 31-: Street, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, March 14th. at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Bruce ia student at the Relig& %  thr Miami Beach -h Center and at North Beach • mentary Sch %  %  '. TUTORING Elementary. High School Subjects, Hebrew. Also Typing and Translations. 1200 Pennsylvania Avenue., M.B.—Ph. 5-9814. Orthodox Rites Wed I'lic I);i\il01!tH*0ll0 I..M1lV> Meet HVcinosdav • Mrs. Jules Klion, president of the Ladies Auxiliary of Congregation Monticello Park, announces that the next meeting of the group will be held on Wednesday. March 18th. and will be a joint social event and fashion show The evening's arrangements are in charge of a committee headed b) Mrs. Saul Bell and Leonard Weiss. The program includes a display of Sun and Surf fashions which will be exhibited through the courtesy of Samson's of Little River. A Games Party will be held on Sunday, March 15th. at 8 p.m. Cards and games will be featured The committee is headed by Mrs. Aaron Weiss Mrs. Max Levine and Mrs. Harry Fertig. who are in charge of ticket distribu tion. report that over 300 tickets have already been distributed. Robert Goldwyn, son of Mr. and Mrs Martin Goldwyn, will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Rabbi Irv ing Lehrman will address the congregation. Robert, who resides at 235 Jefferson Avenue, is a student at the Ida M. Fisher Junior High School and the Religious School of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. RABBI Ordained, college graduate), excellent organizer, manyears experience, desires position in Florida. Write: O. R., Box 2973. Miami 18 FOR BOYS & GIRLS CAMP emm HENDERSONVIllE, NORTH CAROLINA SOUTH S OUTSTANDING JfW.'SH CAMP Free Horseback Ridina and GoH Instructions COMPLETELY MODERN CABINS WITH INSIDE SANITARY FACILITIES Doctor ana* Nurse on Premises of All Times OWNER: Mrs. jean Arnold, 8S0 Meridian Ave., Miami Beoch-Ph. 58-8359 Miami Representatives: Mrs. A. A. Hoyden Ph. 48-5490 Mrs. Murray Grossman Ph. 48-8920 Hou.sk Going Formal? %  UK* SBWH Formal Wear that Is freahly cleaned, amartly atyled, properly fitted. Complete outfit! Including ehoea. PHONE 48-2084 i NMRSr MEN'S 2 21 Pone* De Leon _. Coral Gablts Oir ownl |\WsS famotisl egg matzoh... with rich chocolate coating! !" ^ 1 HOB? TO3 **** r\Z^< ^ .ssovt .melt i your i 'Also in chocolate nee? *?-. DUtributd by PALM DISTRIBUTORS. INC • 14 RE. Mfc St. Miami 87. Flo. I*" 0



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JAY. MARCH 13. 1953 9> favist fkrSdlirtri PAGE 8 A PAGE 9 A lational Zionist Leaders Convene Here : or Administrative Council Conference The week-end of March 22nd will see Zionist leaders from all over serica coming to Miami Beach, where the Administrative Counci jf the Zionist Organization of America will meet in session at the Hote Vanderbilt. This marks the first time that the ZOA has held a nationa conference in Florida. Among the leaders who will be present are Rabbi Irving Miller — 1 ZOA president: Mortimer May, **hSi Former Vice President of the United States Alben W. Bark1 J ley will be guest speaker at I the Yeshiva University Medical School dinner in the Empress Hotel on April 2nd. CurI rently a news commentator for NBC-TV, Mr. Berkley has long been associated with Jewish philanthropic and eduI cational activities. Tame Coordinating Hood Bank Board Nine members of t:ie 10-member coordinating Board which will try bring peace between Dade Minty Blook Bank and hospitals rith their own blood banks were ned Monday. Named by hospitals to represent %  m were: St. Francis — Dr. Charles chwartz: Mt. Sinai — Dr. Harold land. Mercy — Dr. Theodore Kell ^r; Dade County. Kendall — Paul Walker: Doctors — Mrs. Mary leeder: Variety — Tracy Hare; Tictoria — C T. McCrimmon; Veterans Administration — Dr. Ed (ard V. Zimmerman chairman of the Administrative Council: Colonel Chaim Herzog Military Attache. Embassay of Is rael; Robert l'ersky, president of the Southeast Region: and the 20members of the Council who come from every region in the country i It is also expected that PereU | Bernstein. Minister for Trade anc j Industry' in the Israel Cabinet, wil I be present during the delibera tions. Friday evening and Saturday March 21st and 22nd. have beei designated as ZOA Sabbath and i officially being proclaimed as sue! bv Governor Dan McCarty Throughout Florida, special serv ices will be held in all Synagogue and Temples for the aleviation o the plight of East European Jew ry, according to Chairman Max Mangold, of the ZOA Sabbath Com mittee. Led by Fred Jonas, president o the Miami Beach Israel District and all Zionist chapters in the Metropolitan Miami area, a ban quet in honor of delegates to thi National and Regional Councilwill be given on Sunday evening March 22nd at 6:30 p.m. Scene oi the affair is Temple Beth Sholom A here ins dinner, under Dietary Laws, will be served. Toastmastei 'l Mr. Mortimer May, Nashville, £ ft ieran world Zionist leader anii spokesman for the American Zion ist movement. Guests of honor will be Rabbi Irving Miller and Colonel Chain Herzog, son of Israel's Chief Rabb Isaac Herzog. The Banquet Com mittee includes Fred Jonas, Mor timer May, S. A. Goodman, Judg Harold Spaet and Elvin Hellman Associates aare Judge Edwarc Oka. Councilman Burnett Roth Councilman Bernard Frank. Sey I mour B. Liebman. Alex Vai Straiten, Sidney Sachs. Morris Si man. Dr. E. Kaplan. Abe Kurmar. .nd Joseph Panto. Local Zionist leaders meet with national figures to plan the ZOA Administrative Council Conference scheduled for Miami Beech on the weekend of March 22nd. Shown seated (left to right) are S. A. Goodman, co-chairman of the 3anquet Committee; Mortimer May, honorary co-chairman; and Alex Van Straaten, executive of the Mian'i Zionist District. Standing (left to right) are Max Mangold, chairman of ZOA Sabbath; Fred Jonas, president of the Israel Zionist District; Seymour B. Liebman, vice president of the Southeast Zionist Region; and Elvin Hellman, editor of the Israel Zionist. t(oodN lli-ilit In Hatlkvah Author To Be Buried n Tel Aviv NEW YORK (WNS) — The body >f Naphtali Herz Imber. poet Ireamer whose immortality rests n his authorship of the Hatikvah, ewish national hymn, was shipped ast week for reinterment in Israel iboard the SS Tel Aviv of the American Israeli Line. The poet will be rcinterred in the 'el Aviv National Cemetery bural site of many Zionist immortals t was announced by Morris Mar lulies, former national secretary if the Zionist Organization of Am •ria who headed a committee that nade the arrangements. Following shipment of the body. i memorial service for Imber was K-ld at the Educational Alliance i ite of his funeral, where leading | innist personalities eulogized • him. linger compose*! th.' Hatih llomb Dropped At Sviingogue DENVER (WNS) — The fourth bombing incident in eighteen months within the vicinity of the BlfG SynagogUJB here occurred last week when a crudely made bomb w.idropped into a parked car whose owner was attending a PionUnited States polio toward Israel.' oer Woimm function in the synaa government spokesman announc! •i n> building. The Denver chief of police, on Shareit To Seek Mvvlintj With Eisvnhoirvr JERUSALEM i.ITA) — Israel Foreign Minister Moshe Sharctt will come to the United States ;ii the end of March and will seek to see I're-ident Eisenhower and Dr. Belkin Is Guest Of Honor At Yeshiva University Luncheon Here Dr. Samuel Belkin. president of Yeshiva University, was honored yesterday noon at a luncheon held in the Grossinger-Pancoast Hotel by leaders of the South Florida campaign for the medical school co-sponsored by Yeshiva and the City of New York. Dr. Belkin, now in his tenth year — as president of Yeshiva University, has led the University during its period of greatest academic and physical expansion. Dr. Belkin's tenure as president has seen the elevation of Yeshiva to University status, to become the first in America under Jewish auspices and the establishment of graduate departments in mathematics, education and community administration. Both the enrollment and budget have doubled, and the historic charter, to establish the nation's first non-sectarian Medical College under Jewish auspices, was acquired. The Medical College will be the first unit of a $25,000,000 Medical Center comprising Colleges of Dentistry, Nursing, Public Health and Post-Graduate units The Medical Center will be affiliated with the City's $36,500,000 Bronx Municipal Hospital Center. Today, Yeshiva University with an enrollment of some 2,000 students, comprises eight schools and divisions which offer courses of study leading to 15 different graduate and undergraduate degrees. Dr. Belkin, like his predecessor, the late Dr. Bernard Revel, brought to the presidency of Yeshiva, the Talmudic learning of the long-established Rabbinic centers of Europe, enhanced by the general scholarship and scientific training acquired in American universities. I'd following a meeting of th..Cabinet. Reporting on the Cabinet meet ing, the spokesman added that the Ministers had heard a comprchen1 in 7 0 stV-at"ion^ sive report by Premier David BcnGurion on Israel's security situation The spokesman brushed B tide all questions concerning the Premier's report complaint of the local Anti-Defamation league office, said he would take personal charge of the Options Clash I EL AVIV (JTA) — A new clash broke out at Kibbutz Yad Hannah. H I AS Purchases Vatican Building NEW YORK (WNS) — Purchase from the Vatican of a half-completed monestary in Jerusalem for the purpose of housing 100 women attending the Hebrew Universitywas announced this week by the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society in a statement by its president, Ben Touster. Jack and Irving Schapiro, of Schapiro's Kosher Wines, under orthodox supervision have appointed Victor Wines & Liquor, Incorporated, of Miami, as sole distributor for their strictly kosher line of wines. The Schapiros are under the supervision of Rabbi Abraham I. Shisgal. Israel Readies Hotels For 1% Tourists TEL AVIV (WNS) — With Passover expected to bring in a record influx of tourists, Israel is prepared with greatly augmented hotel accommodations. Twenty-five new hotels, representing a total foreign investment of $10,000,000 have ;


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PAGE 10 A Jmist>f*>r***r> Name Directors Of UM Symphony The general annual meeting of The Symphony Club of The University of Miami was held at the Miami Beach Auditorium on Tuesday. The following Board members were elected. The 1953 club officers will be chosen from among the directors at the next Board meeting. March 18th. at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Directors for One Year Term: Mrs. Ernest H. Bailey. Mrs. War ren Freeman. Mr. Phill C. Gallagher. Miss Jeanne Garrard. Mr Walter Jacobs. Mrs. Alexander Kogan. Mrs. P. R. Mallory. MrMabel P. Murray. Mrs. Clifton D. Pawley. Mrs. Albert Pick. Mr> Claude A. Kenshaw. Mrs. J Myer Schine. Directors for Two Year Term: Mr. George J. Bertman. Mr Herman A. Binder. Mrs Svend Droby. Mrs. Joseph Duntov. Mrs. Maurice Lev. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers. Mr. Henry J. Nelson. Judge Ken neth Oka. Mrs. John L. Prosser Mr. Leo Robinson. Mrs. I .Daniel Mr. William Taradash. Directors for Three Year Term: Mrs II Da>ton Allen. Mrs. Loui> Glasser, Sirs. A. Judson Hill. Mrs C. V Jackson, Mrs. Dorothy Stearns Mayer. Mrs. M. L. N'eher. Mrs Monte Selig, Mrs. Franz 1 Stewart, Weintraub, Mrs. Sydney L Weintraub. Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson. Mr. Richard F. Wolfson, Mrs V. D. Wright. Music For Every Occasion ,h th United Svnaqoque of America, the American jewiBh Press. By special arrangement w.^Umtod gjW, of En g, is h-Jewish Newspapers, herethe feature and news serviced the American ^ g are by Reuyen KOM with syndicates Songs To Share DTBOM O. ^oia* kofi. The Ulustrations are by E. S f loss M shir pub li 8 hed by the United This song is part of the ^h Ed'ucat^n Tuples of "hi complete" book of U songs may Synagogue Commission on Jewish Education, i^op. Broadway New York 27, N.Y.) J p23d ta, !" SSTl?2tt~EZ IhJ.ac, ft* 'TeHgiou. .ew. In her pr.lac e lo Songs To Stae. the auinor ^ fa>fco| All Men Are Brothers aN>*"*** a **"*"** in: Ittiirh Cemier Rvliqious Svhool Honor Roll Ben Zion Ginsburg. chairman of the Religious School of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, announces the Honor Roll in Scholarship for the mid-semester of the Spring term. CLASS 1A — Susan Bookspan. Stephen Cypen. Howard Hirschfield. Susan Scher and Norman Schwartz. CLASS IB — Alan Kurzweil, Sandra Katz. Ronald Seifer. Daniel Appelrouth. Stephen Chaikin. Jerome Chaves. Roger Grayman. Perry Steinberg. Larry Schwartz. Myron Lieberman. Eileen Nash and Theodore Nash. CLASS 1C — Robert Channon. Stephen Girard. Larry Israel. Melvyn Rosenthal. Warren Weisoff and Susan Zimmerman. CLASS 2A — Stuart Auerbach. Margaret Cohen. Stephen Farber. Charles Cans. Stanley Halpern. Gary Kaplan. Alan Medof. Michael Peyton. Jack Rabin and Ronald Rothstein. CLASS 2B — Elliott Friedwald. Simon Kreindler. Harvey Shapiro. Daniel Reinhardt. Edward PottliUer and Stephen Marks CLASS 3A — Robert Goldwyn.. Charles Homer, Jerome Weisberg. Donald Klein. Leonard Levy and Richard Steinbook. CLASS 3B — Stephen Bookspan. Also Borenstein. Rosalind Lehr-, man. Peter Perkel and Leopold j Winkler. GRADE 4 — Linda Aranoff. | Ronald Brodie. Edward Ginsburg. Raymond Sponder. GRADE 5 — Joel Channing. Stanton Pikus. Sheldon Reinhardt, Barbara Turoff and Bonnie Rubenstein. UPTOWN DELICATESSEN 1 DELICACY SHOP • Unexcelled Jewish Specialties • AH SaMs Roasts t Knishet Marfe en Premises • Delicatessen to take Heine • Northern Smoked fish • Bakery I Bmirr rVeeeeti 7438 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH •heae $6-7077 m Mean 7:30 mm. • Flff DfUVEir ..M;r<+ Ifnipe, heroic j" "if &f L FA" =—Irther? Alt wrQ %  thrrf. ... Grace Before Meals da •TTW P O" 1 ? *SV3.3 Ihm tt mi a t u %  Ttih At tali 4-donai E to hry mi ine4rh ru-0%  V birr* *o*', Lord, our God, Dear fk thrr of us **= J -Mi —:— H* *no tti twth yiuts lchem mm ha — — TU. ... *tt, a*p grttt ind ttmlt.... %  \\%  \ %  J ~ — r r | .•TITJIT:-ID Slumber Song Pmlmltl.i. FRIDAY. LEGAJ. L, ,N COUNTv~]7^ DAUt S C "NT D 1 N, ,-,;,,; D, S C HA3^ n.l thai ,. ,; NA „"^aj •i JJ N ,E 8ATM I-'M'' : '' 1: 'I T;;K ^iwW-1 Attorn, %  for Ann. r 0 Unc-oln 1M jl/ll-M-K 4 1 IN COUNTVjui-B DAOE COUNTY %  UK: I'STATK 0 ;,^'" IRVINiJ t! Ki>l.liY nJ NOTICE OF INTENTIOIM APPLICATION F0,r ftntv ,.f lltriN'a n" I %  % %  %  ••: and thai %  ,, i April. IS.,3, wlllapph tua 3 Count) Judtm of IM43I IIIH. for ., %  : %  Hiirt for final ( ]|..lur ~T %  the Kal in ol IKVlNos.1 lit. .i R4,f| %  This llth dai of ManU Mil: ••lll/niN \ HUEH1HI Attorni l/it-zo-:; NOTICE UNOER Fl NAME LA* NCJTI'i: IS HEREBTfJ the in.'I' I ilfrlM l.u :. %  j JACK .TA\ KRN i, sxH -1"s v\ 1'1,-rk (,f County, r JACK AL \UCE I! BTRI'HRN KESSLEH. I S.W !2nd Avi :: i IN THE CIRCUIT cowrr] 11TH JUDICIAL ClRCUlTl FOR DADE COUNT* I CHANCERY. JOHN l-li: .KANT .lull Kl.i USE URAST, his al vs. IMiltA C.AUVIN end QARV1.N hrr iiuisssi NOTICE TO IN' Till: NAME OF Tf I'l.nftll'V TO t>oii \ I;ARVL\ il UARVIS, il li\ me vih^sr ri eafc, kn..' ALL rfHI il,-\ i-.,.-. Erdnis\ i" %  •tli. i |i^nl tl thro .-•';. iindir nK mil rluht. ml* K| uhlch B Mia!'|j In, : ,i |....TJ in I I,. nl "• dea "1 as MM .'.' %  ,,< flXIE HSI |I|:\'S i-nline ( %  NOT (I *l I'ntKJ* R< Hi"f *j rTorlda ., YOI' \M' K.M'HOF. by notlfi-'l lhai "ft In th..II-AV names' plaintiff* 1H> ^' ra !" DOM of nui-llni ile/ In and to th* prnaertf inabovr 'l'-"-r"?. VOU ARE KR ?ANH UKU11KM' lofr an.-r In ""' %  •"".'ITS," dav of April. 1*. !" J su.h Appraram-e. • !" fraao will be enierrd i aaefe nf >"• This TdlT ti • rrk for f"Or ".Vi. ",'h, JewUJl, Hfrf* puhllahrd In Dt* %  IK.XK AN", *% Courthouse m I-sdeW thi. mh *y '^f^ By M. o r iHeal) H ,^ Beyhold Hide-. 1/13-2"-:': < tfsavM B8i,'cV£ A ffiE'| -• %  ^iw'p:^. T: PAIM.A A. rn* K|j ^^ s ,v^?.f^r Answrr lo """!: %  Inal "n ••"" "' or kl*l day of Al-r"; '"S be < tl— ITo Coat** 0 w y 4Ll. n.,l< % %  •• h Sll day of Msrrh. IJi-'leriL,' Bt **y£37fr*i?a



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VRCHlii^l %  %  La/dine Kulinberg L Rutenberg fcmorrow |rs. Morris Rulcnberg, Ohio, announce the their daughter, GerIrporal Ah in B. Greenfunitecl State Air Force licAD, Miami. ng will take place torch 14th, .it the home MrHarrj Plaakoff, i Street, cousins of the bi Alfred Waxman will nberg is employed as the Bureau of Jewbn of Greater Miami. plan to make their %  lean. sparentwill be in MiI wedding. Tobie Jacobskind, Nathanson To Wed Mr. and Mrs, Max Jacohskind announce the engagement of thr of their parents, Israel and Rose Neuman. Losner handed the Torah to Sam Shankman who originated the idea of a Jewish Center in Homestead, and Shankman accepted the scroll in the name of the Jewish Center. The Passover Week, commencing on March 30th, will be celebrated at the Jewish Center with a Seder. The Seder Committee is composed of Alex Rosen, Harry Jalfec and Mrs. Paul Losner. Herman Marks is in charge of reservations. Personally Speaking Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Duke, of New York City, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Komoroff, of 1812 SW 11th Street, and Mr. Duke's sister, Mrs. Sadie Sionsky. They will remain here through the Passover holidays. Before returning home, Mr. and Mrs. Duke will visit their son in Gainesville, where he is a member of the University of Florida faculty. •h & -tr Off for an extended vacation in the North are Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Dorff, of 972 SW 3rd Street, where Mr. Dorff will recuperate from a recent illness. While there, they will visit with their children, Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Hochheiser, of Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey, and Norman J. Dorff, Passaic, New Jersey. •Cr


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PAGE 12 A rjenistncridiari^ .FRIDAY Ritters Give Scroll To Academy Mr. and M Samuel Hitler. Miami Beach pioneers and hotel owners, will honor the sixth anniversary of the Hebrew Academy with the presentation of a Sefer Torah on Sunday evening, March 22nd. at 8 p.m.. in the Aca.leim Auditorium. Dr. David S. Andron. president, said that the Torah is the sixth Scroll of Law to be placed in the Ark of the Hebrew Academy. Mr. and Mrs. Ritter were among the early founders of the Miami Beach Jewish Center They are ac tive workers in the Jewish Home for the Aged. Haddassah. Board members of the Beth Jacob ("on gregation and are among the foun ders of the Hebrew Academy. Currently, they are vice presidents of the Hebrew Academy men's and women's organizations, respec tively. According to Rabbi Alexander S Gross, principal, many leading Rabbis, spiritual leaders, heads of congregations, civic leaders and lay citizens of the community have been invited to attend the dedication ceremonies. The 60-voice Hebrew Academy Chorus will be featured in musical selections, conducted by Miriam Donnerstag. mu>ic director Opera Workshop Vvaturvs Mvnotti tiravano Pnerlni The UniversitJ "i Mi.cn. n: • Workshop, headed by Dr Art ill F:iippi. will present two complete one Carlo Menotti's The Teleph me ..:•.! !' ic cini's Gianni Schicchi in I Hall on M t i I all March 16th. 8:30 p.m Barbara Cusuman i, coloral who tan \ % %  %  % %  %  jear's Fie dermaus, presented bj the Junior Opera Guild, will sin: the role of Lucy in Thi Telephone Richard Gordon, lyric baritone who sang Falke in Fladermaus, will sin:: the rule of Ben Singins the title role in Gianni Schicchi will be Edward Doe basso Doe is a member of the Opera Guild of Greater Miami and ol the Cincinnati Opera Company Frani Maddaford, mezzo-soprano, will sing Zita the old woman. Academy Pupils Vie For Prizes Through the cooperation of RahIbi Alexander S Gross, principal. students of the Hebrew ACS Ic: % %  > are now being ottered %  number of religious articles as prizes in th \ current Jewish Floridian subscription drive. Rabbi Gross indicated here this week that the religious pn/.es have great significance for students of the Hebrew Academy, since they are expressions of the cultural and traditional Jewish heritage so fun damental to their studies Among the prizes being offeree are a leather bound Siddur. a leather-bound Bible and the Sefer Hagfr doth, a set of four volumes. Students at the Hebrew Academy are currently participating in The Jewish Floridian subscription drive as part of a campaign to bring the English Jewish news paper into an increasing number of homes and classrooms in the Greater Miami area "Because it enlarges one's fund of knowledge of Jewish affairs, deepens one's understanding of Judaism and stimulates Jewish sol idarity. we feel that the Floridian deserves a place in every Jewish home." said Milton Balsam, the publication's circulation and public relations director. Balsam explained that the current drive is part of the newspapergeneral policy geared toward expansion and increased coverage 6^ Coffee Shop Real Life Pictures Serves 3-D Needs The Real Life Picture Company, "I 839 Lincoln Road, is currently specializing in three-dimensional natural color photography. The firn lunder the direction of Samuel Hohauser, in charge of photograpahy and advertising sales \ member of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce. Real Life Pictures has been affiliated with the Advertising Club of NewYork, the National Retail Dry IAssociation and the Advertising Federation of America. R< al Life has served many clientin the Greater Miami area They have serviced the three-dimensional photography needs of Mr an! Mrs II T Merrill. Mr and Mrs Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Mr and Mn F. drimmig. Mr and lira B Weiner, Jacques Pa-try Shop. Floral Arts Crafts, Playclothes of Miami. Gold Store Fixtures. Wof ford Beach Hotel. St Francis Hospital, Johnny Pineapple and Ha waiian Revue Air Conditioned RESTAURANT DELICATESSEN v A Unique Dining Experience Deliciaoi TRADITIONAL fKIDAT WIGHT DINNERS 2.50 Uneacelled Jewish SoecuHiei Kniihet. Knhka, Kroplach DfUCATfSSEN TO TAKE NOME 1141 WASHINGTON AVENUE Opposite City Hall CALL 5 2*55 Hours 11:30 a.m. to p.m. Uarteaberg and Srherhter of the HOTEL EDWARDS 953 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Xnnounvv That reservations art now being accepted for the ENTIRE PASSOVER WEEK Air Conditioned Dining Room & Lobby Swimming Pool Hiihest Quality in Food and Kashruth PHONE 5-4611 FOR RESERVATIONS Sealed (second from lefO is Milton Balsam, circulation manager and public rek._ of The Jewish Floridian. outlining plans for a subscription campaign to students] brew Academy as Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal (standing, right), looks on to right) are Herman Shapiro. Balsam and Joseph Lauer. Standing (left to right)" Briclcman. Efrom Mescheloff and Edwin Ginsbuig. PASSOVER SEDER MONDAY, MARCH 30th — 6:30 P.M. HOLLYWOOD BEACH HOTEL (Mirdi G r a s Room) Service to bo conducted by Rabbi Marius Ranson ... %  $8.00 ADULT (S5.00 CHILD UP TO 1J) Includes tip. !.,\ .i! %  .. e) Information: Mrs. M. Forman. Hollywood rfl Make chock payable to "SISTERHOOD" and < Temple Emanu-EI, 1801 S. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lav PUBLIC INVITED Rabbi N. Peter Levinson, the only Rubbi in East and West Berlin, will be s3nt by the Jewish Center Lecture Bureau of the National Jewish Welfare Board on a lecture tour of the United States from April 25th to May 17th, with the true story behind the Soviet persecution of the Jews. An American citizen, Rabbi Levinson was ordained by Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati in 1948. and during the same year was ecclesiastically endorsed as a chaplain by the National Jewish Welfare Board. ROSEDALE & • KOSHER STYLE COOKING • PRIVATE • AIR CONDITIONED • FREf J # ate ring tor all size P* 170 N.W. FIFTH STREET D. Rotner — Management Driving's a Privilege — Don't abuse it. G/Yowap'


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BCHJ3,J953_ [^umbs At 60; 38 Years Liman a pioneer Mit lm ,255 SW 19th 'Wednesday. March Kad opened BiUyJ (here 38 years WO, afI (rom New YorkHe land operator of the faff Street, and later l in the Seybold Arid since retired. Member of the Mason| the Shrine. fare his wife, Sophie; Lilian; a son, Harvey. hndidate School with e at San Antonio: and and three slstera, in L-ere held in Cordon's i W ith burial in the iMt. Nc bo Cemetery. ^JmlsLfbridiaiii PAGE 13 A [Unveiling %  linn of I monument U of the la'.e Harry tmcrly of 84<> !-cnox tmi Beach, will take C March 15th. 12 noon. (Memorial Park CemeUbi Hoses Meschelofi LMr. Zeilinger is surIwife. Esther, two sons. iarles. and four daughfuilian. Dorothy and linger was a member Congregation. Artc in charge of Palm• Monument Company, %  relatives are asked to Markowitz Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Nathan Markowitz. pioneer resident and business man of Miami, formerly of 837 Venetian Way. will take place Sunday, March 15th, 3 p.m., at VVoodlawn Park Cemetery', with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Mr. Markowitz is survived by his wife, Frieda, a daughter, Francine. his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Markowitz, of Miami Beach, and four brothers, including Abe Markowitz. of Ft. Lauderdale, Harry'. Isidore and Ben, of Miami, two sisters, Mrs. Harry Fischer, of Miami, and Mrs. Herbert O. May, of Hollywood. Fla. Mr. Ma'rkowitz was a member of Congregations Beth David and Beth Sholom. also a member of the B'nai B'rith, Miami Chamber of Commerce. Miami Builders Exchange, Master Plumbers Association. American Red Cross, Grid Iron Club. Westview Country Club, also honorary life member of the Mt. Sinai Hospital. Arrangements are in charge of Palmers Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to be present. Obituaries Unveiling Nation of a monument lory of the late Isaac formerly ol 139 Merid, will take place Su*.15th. 2 p.m., at Mt. try. with Rabbi Joseph Mfieiatinn Mr. Smelanled by his wife, Sophie, m. Lawrence and Samk. and a daughter. Mrs. ledman. of Miami, six an and three great |n. Arrangements are I Pelmer's Miami Monny. Friends and related to attend. Goldpin Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Isidore Goldpin. formerly of 850 Ocean Drive. Miami Beach, will take place Sunday. March 15th, 1 p.m., at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Goldpin is survived by his wife. Esther. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to be present. JULIUS A. CITRON 69. n winter M ...i,.i, died on March f.th in a ; %  ,'.,! hospital He is survived by hi* wife, Beuli two -ens, Ben and Irving; and t" daushtera, MrElsie Behun and Mrs. Ann Bpstcln, Re were sent i>> Chicago, i '"i •• vices and Interment b) tin M I•ml Beach Rlvei d< ABRAHAM MARCUS winter visitor, died in a local hospital • in March 7th. He isui vlved bj two sons and %  daughter, Mr Marcus wai ,i in, mber ol the I letroll Hebrew Eh nevolent Bocletj Remains were sen) to Detroit, Ml, hifin. for BI and Interment liy th,Miami Beach Riverside. EDGAR M. HARTZELL ItTi of HB 8. Mi,,i. Dr., Miami Bea S ,i Mai I d In Hollj wo „i He was a retired president of s retail clothlhi company, A Miami Beach resident f,.i -' |r< irs, be came from Youncstown, ii. Berylcea were bald In Toangstown I with Riverside Funeral Home handling i.:, in, Mis Sur\ Ivol ,"i •• III It... FCi ma, a da ichter, Ml Jane H New fork. one bi other an i two grandchildren DAVID WILLENS f.i>. of "i"i 'oM •;\ i • Ml "1 B, acl pauaaed away March Srd. The n were sanl to New ">' %  •,< citj f"i sen leas and burial, Beach Memorial Chapel was in charge. Ha had been a winter vlaltoi bare for ir. years. Surviving are his wife. Birdie, and two daughters, Mrs Helen Mo • Mrs. Iva Schlesln • MRS. LILLIAN KAY -,:i. ISO Kff 29th BL, died In a local ho pita I Tnuraday, March 5th, after %  brief lllnaaa, she came heri IS yean ago from Brooklyn Surviving are her mother, Mrs Qussle Fischer, Brooklyn; two daughters, Mrs. Jern Brhi an l Mrs. Ben Drucker, Miami four sisters anil two brothers. Funeral services were held Siinilay with Internieiit in Mi Nebo Cemetery. MRS. HELEN LOW }1, ol 2200 s\v iiih Ter passed away March 5th. Service* were heul s-.in-I [ay in tlordon's Miami Funeral Home Chapel, with burial in Ml Nebo Ceme%  n i.-iw an,,hen I rrom Detroit, She is sun Ived b her hutband, Hanruel; three sg| Paul of ii,,. A i Porci Jack of Miami, ami Allan ,,f Philadelphia; two MiLillian Zan. of Mimi, Be ich. a ml M i s Ruin -MIHI elsi I Mew York; a brother, Samuel tchelnoff ,.f Philadelphia; a slater,\liJack Lesser of Philadelphia, and lour siainl, hllilren. IRVING LEVY n v M^** ut V Y Is, a winter visitor from Brooklyn, N v.. who hail been here onlj ai >i i days, in--..,i away Ma/ch ith. lie was ; "-• al _';:i Plnetree I n.. Miami Burvtrlng are his wlf.e Bather; i daughter, a brother, and two sist< i Rlvt aide funeral Home, Miami Bi II h, wasa In harge of local Brand sent the remains to Mi a ITork for service I FANNIE MUCHMANTZ • ill I 'olllni .\i, passed away hi re Intel menl i uli i y, March 1st, on Mount Nebo Cemete s Ms Muchnsanti Is survived bj her husband, Max; and a nephew, MOM ii,,.i in. ,,r Miami Bi ach Arnenti were by the Beach Memoi ial i hapel, Hollywood, Fort Lauderdale Join In Seder Evening A dramatic presentation of the traditional Passover Eve Seder dinner and religious service is being planned for Monday evening, March. _30th. at the Hollywood Beach Hotel and will be conducted under the auspices of the Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El of Broward County and Golden Bearh. with Mrs. Marius Ranson, of Fort Lauderdale. and Mrs. Milton Forman, of Hollywood, as cochairmen. Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi of Temple Emanu-El will conduct the Seder, with Mrs. Ranson serving as master of ceremonies. Honors will be given to Jewish women of the area who have made distinctive contributions to the Temple. Assisting with arrangements are the Mesdames Evelyn Borcn, Mur%  •• — : -sis"""" ,MD >U* ,0 I"* Singer Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Morris Singer, formerly of 1028 Michigan Avenue, will take place Sunday. March 14th, 4 p.m., at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery', with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating. Mr. Singer is survived by his wife, Julia, a son. Harold, and three daughters, Charlotte Weinstein. Anna Lieberman and Sadie Price, also seven grandchildren and one great grandchild. Mr. Singer was a member of Beth Jacob Congregation. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to be present. MRS. SOPHIE PLAVNICK ;. of IS1 BW Hat Ave who .aimhere 10 years ago from New Yolk, ille.l FMday, Surviving are her husband. Alex J., Of Miami, and two daughters. Mrs Prances ll,.ffst<-ln and Mrs. Sylvia Kamlsh, both of N< a York. Private servlcei were held in Cordons Miami Funeral Home JULIUS BECK 18, of ",'.". SW 12th Avenue, former niuiit club operator and resident here for l", years, died Tuesdn) Ben ray Simons. Charles Greenman, H. ,,nd I,,,,, „i artll be in Detroit, with G Schlafer, Arthur D. Strauss, Milngements bj i, n i-un.iai **• "" %  !" ~ !" ...... Ho,,,, ton Forman. Joseph \V. Davis, Jos,,f ,,:, N M ^^,T^s,, awav eph J. Mate, Samuel Ross, Ben Sillav, March loth, in a hval hos, vers and II. J. Siegal, all of Hollypital. Burvlved by her husband, Alex. sisters, Nun Rosenberg, Hos, Cheeifetl and Mania Zlgberman and one brother, Boris Sllnitaer. I uneral rvlcea were held Wednesday, March llth. p.m., at Riverside Memor'tl Interment was in Mount Sinai Cemetery. SAMUEL FRANK 64, of 2009 Collins Ave.. died Thursiiav. March ttb. He came her,live vears ago from N. w York, retiring from the Jewelry business. Services and burial took place In New York llearh Memorial Chapel was in charge of local arrangements. MRS. TILLIE FLEISSIG 63. of ISM BW Kth S( died Sunday She had come From Broojklyn, N three vears ago. and was a member of Israelite C-iiter here. Surviving are her husbanl. Harry, a son. Canard, Miami; two daughters. Including Mis. Pauline Frellch of Miami. %  Mater and four grandihildren. Services were held Tuesday at Cordons Miami Chapel, with burial at Mount Sinai Cemetery. Rabbi Joseph K. Rnckovsk.v officiated. Aid Left To Other Fellow wood; and Harry Levy, president of the Sisterhood, and Morris Nankin, both of Fort Lauderdale. A unique feature of the dinner will be arrangement of tables according to the States of the Union. It is believed that more than 20 states will be represented by diners. Tables arc also being arranged for private parties and for visitors. This is the fifth annual Seder : : SSl'RANCE COMPANY LM. MIAMI 52, Pi* 3' RESIDENCE 67-J568 1BLE DOMESTIC HELP E 0AV WORKER8 MLOYMEHT I SERVICE 1 Mrstt phone •••401 %  4BERG, Owner Brown UnveUing The dedication of monument to the memory of the late Louis Brown, formerly of 1947 Adams Street, Hollywood, Fla.. will take place Sunday, March 15th 3 p.m., at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery, with Rabbi Samuel Lenrer of Temple Beth SJiolom officiating. Mr. Brown is survived by his wife. Sarah, and a sn. Earl. He was a member of Beth David Congregation. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to be present. MRS GUSSIE KUCHAR 55. a winter visitor at a Miami Reach hotel passed away March .".th The txiilv was sent to Toronto. Canada, for services and burial. Cordon Miami Beach Funeral Home was in charge locntlv. Surviving are a son. Lou, and a daughter, Mrs. Bydnay warmn, both of Toronto. JACOB KRASNER 60 drug store owner, of 14.,S SW C"'" St -died Saturday. A resilient here for the past 10 years, he was a member of the H'nai B'rith Lodge of Miami Beach. He is survived by a son. two daughters and two sisters. Serv•, ,1 were held Monday In Miami Riverside Chapel, with burial In Mt. Sinai Cemetery. Rent a TYPEWRITER ADDING MACHINE CALCULATOR All Late Models FREE DELIVERY j YOUR PASSOVER FOOD WITH YOUR FRIENDS AND RELATIVES IN ISRAEL THROUGH SUgsBtlSB. SCIIs WA Y II M [aSTI ll fH ken Is as I. • *• ***• '•""•" hdp IHlHisJsj Is itsssilsstHMi tl Jl. ese *t IHET ECH*W( '"t ReKMitu m wri or RW1 n* NMHnn i El S10IES KM esrlkHHj Ifcrf vest esl et em 100 iifcnsl Us* • *.l,i,| r (OSHEI roi PASS0VEI he* tnwss ss4 isssri fee*. u UH mm vaiiETY Of SM(II rusevu nuuis.\ W "0 W. S7tti St., M. Y. *.9, N. Y. • Columbui S-3100 Local Agents: BEACH ISRAEL ZIONIST DISTRICT J Lincoln Road — TwUphon* 5^348 HARRY I. 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. C J v PAGE + lrisUrTrridRirr FRIDAY Judge Rose To Musicians Club Speak At Beach Garden Party r The Musicians Club ol America Lodge Luncheon vm present an mi day Bazaar and Judge David A. Rose, of Boston, harden Tea on Saturday, March chairman ol the National Civil 14th, in the temporal") clubhouse Right Committee ol the Am* Defamation League, B'nai B'rith, will be featured speaker at the regular meeting ol Miami Beach Lodge on Wedi March 18th, 8:18 p.m at the Hibiscus Masonic Lodge Auditorium, it has been announo d b: Ge< rge J. Talianoff, president. A member ol the Executive Com mittee ol the Anti-Delamation League Nation Commission, Judge Rose is a noted national leader m Jewish and general community activity. An attorney by profession, Judge Strolling musician Teddy Jan va will play his accoi Muriel Hirsh Pick "ill tend the hat bar. Mrs. Helene Wl rail chair nan oi the event Herman Binder and Leonard Keller ili be Butloneera for the sun down Chinese auction A fashion showing of clothedonated by members ol the Miami Fash sion Council will be held at 4 30 p.m.. and the two dozen or more Coronet models will be introduced by Martha Chase. The Florida fashions will be sold alter the show, including the hatmade b) Mrs Helene Wig man. the corsages bj Blackstone THE FLORIDA SAFETY PROGRAM is Getting Results 1300 IZVJ 1100 1000 Rose has been a member ol the Flower Shops donated bj Elaine Massachusetts House ol RepresenWallach and is Lyon, as well as lat.ves and associate justice of the the jewelry given bj Burger of the Municipal Court of the Dorchester MFC. District. A large -white elephant' booth. \11 B'nai B'rith lodges and chapwith many treasure-, will he one ters in the South Florida area of the features. Registration for have been invited to attend the membership to the Restaurant ofmeeting which is open to the pubthemonth Club will also be taken lie. Paul Seiderman iprogram Dr. Bertha Foster and Mi Alchairman ben Tick will welcome the guests. VI X UJ o or Ul 3 z 900 eoo 700 600500 400 300 200 1945 1946 MILEAGE 0EATH BATE PROJECTED ON ACTUAL MILEAGE TRAVELED. ACTUAL PUBLIC MOTOR VEHICLE DEATH EXPERIENCE OF RECORD. 2/I/5L BEST STATE" DEATH RATES APPLIED TO FLORIDA TRAVEL MILEAGE. The chart above shows what was happening on Florida's hiqhways when the i program was started in the spring of 1950, and what has happened since thatt deaths were rising sharply when the program began and that there was anabruptl after it had been in operation a few months and had begun to take effect. Sinai ning of 1951. Florida has substantially held its own in highway deaths in spited) dous increase in traffic. It now seems possible to start the death line downward.^ the i.rs! %  ; 1 day? c: this vecu totalled 1C0, as compared to 127 for the KZBM LEGAL NOTICE Impressed by tne sweep.:iq new industrial strides made by Isrcel since his 1948 assignment in the country as United Nations Mediator in Palestine. Dr. Ralph Bunche, on a visit to the Jewish Slate as a quest of the Israei Government, inspected the young republic's industries, manv of them constructed or expanded through proceeds from the Israel Bond drive. Here Dr. Eunche talks with a worker at a modern Jerusalem shoe factory established with the assistance of Israel Bend investments. The Middle East peacemaker holds a pair cf shoes which has just come off the production line. 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RCH13J953 *Jewiitn^kU-^ PAGE 15 A shriber Is labbiAt lood Service %  m H Fineshriber will bi during Friday evenof the Hollywood Jew,ity Center tonight at Leshriber was ordained irew Union College in End received the Doctor T degree from Temple He has served congreLvenport and Memphis 1924 ha.been the spir| of the Reform CongreJeth Israel. Philadelphia, la. leshriber was appointed fof the Pennsylvania Lment Board in NRA b Housing Projects by franklin Roosevelt. He (lent of the Meritorious n the Stale of Pennsyljvic and state activities, inember of the Founda[ral Leadership, Nationhood. Marriage Counsel, Governors Philadelphia lard of Federation of irities in Philadelphia ian of the Executive [and the Citizens Com|Aberlc Strike Arbitrakhriber ithe author of I. including Religion As h. A Study In Religious Imitic Contributions To Popular Theology and Iv Enough. i Bonnie Lee Walsh, of Jacksonville, on behalf of the crippled children in Florida, sells the first sheet of Easter Seals to Govemer Dan T. McGarty last week to launch the 1953 appeal. Francis C. Walton, Daytona Beach, president of the Florida Society for Crippled children, is shown leading a helping hand to the 4-year-old girl. The Crippled Children's Society, 159 NE 51st Street, is an affiliate of the Florida Society for Crippled Children. Local citizens will receive Eastern Seals at their homes the week of March 8th. The Campaign will run through April 5th. The society served 286 children last year in Dade County. lers To The Editor br is a recent subscriber lidian. and I've enjoyed % h Issue | as I began reading Leo olumn today. I felt my ore rising rapidly and write you at once to let | how one person feels following closely the warding our State DeWforts to prevent the pies from going "proI feel it is of vast imi keep the Communists kg a strong foothold in [the world, which is exWould happen if we con[Truman policy of favand not doing much Hems, be fair about it! pt one sm.itl cog in the What Kisenhower is • is look at the over-all We world and do whatjtesnry to bring peace He world. 1 see that by trying to I between Israel and the Ither they would be a, 1 enemy of Communist would be in a much lion to help the rest of f^rld combat CommunkWl sake — give our d Mr. Dulles a chance I our foreign policy according to their ideas before jumping on them with caustic and prejudiced remarks as you've done! And may I suggest that we Jews stop the nasty cracks about the Republican administration until it has really had a chance to do things? Let's not cook our own goose. Accusing them of "double talk" and questioning Eisenhower's sincerity when he said" there will be no more Czechoslovakias" will not do "our people" one bit of good. What it may do is anger our good President. What I am trying to say is that your cutting remarks and the whole tone of your tirade is unwarranted, undiplomatic and somewhat immature. History is in the making—don't try to rush it. And let me add that I am as good a Jew as you are, believe me. Mrs. S. Levine Radio Synagogue Scheduled Again Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder and president of the Radio Synagogue of America, announced this week the reactivation of the Radio Synagogue which was heard on local stations in previous years. "In planning to resume the radio broadcasts over station WQAM, we are mindful of the ever-growing need for this service for the shut-ins who are otherwise denied religious inspiration and comfort," the Rabbi said. "The format of the program will be the same as in the past and will be acceptable to non-Jews, as well as to Jews." The initial program in the new series will be heard at 9 a.m., wn Sunday, and every Sunday thereafter, over radia station WQAM. Rabbi Machtei will conduct the Radio Synagogue. F R E S H FROM KELLOGG'S Crisp as crisp can be and slow baked to a rich.' golden' toast... golden toasty all over oven-fresh to your table from Kellogg's famous Flavor Kitchens. That's the story; of Kellogg's Com Flakes.. the original corn flakes and as delightful a dish as you ever tasted for nutritious dairy meals. Get the large family-site packege of Kellogg's Corn Flakes and enjoy them of ten ... the crisp, crisp flakes with the deep, deep flavor.' tfk&ypif* Bottle Creek May be used in all. Jewiah homes. sfcerl At h Forum M> Ueberl will address fher Forum tomorrow £ch Mth, 8:30 p.m., at ael Congregation. OutP !" Women In Amer* teacher and social written children's has Ihv nd English. To View 'den Works bio %  "" %  • director of the Mcal ""'•. continues "•"•'i'liie. „f fa mous ;a composers on ver sution WlNZ. '" d,scuss Abraham L is P r 'npal Sold At Carls Markets The Very Finest Frankfurters Corned IB'i %  Bologna PaKtrama BEEF, all BEEB choice BEEF! Kosher For Passover Formost Kosher Sausage Co. 230 N.W. 5th Street. Miami. Florida Phones 3-0721-2 — 3-4225 i j t= % 



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llie\wii§lbIBtonidliiqn LOBIDA FRIDAY. MARCH 13, 1953 #an Division Sets Kick Off For 500 Volunteers To Comb Area I urc mnnitv Center and National C< j 500 volunteer workers Llitan Division of the fJewish Appea I J launch tneir door-to-door solicitation on Sunday. March 15th, a B k i c k o f f breakfast in the Colony Restaurant. According t o Harry Zukernick, chairman, workers in the Southmst area will atWakfa4 together with [captains to launch the phase of the annual | to address the breaki % % %  is Rabbi James G. tident Of the Labor Zf,lion of America and fjtus of Isaac M. Wise [Cincinnati. Ohio. munity Center and National Council of Jewish Women Welfare Program. In all, 45 agencies receive direct aid 86 a result of Greater Miami's annual Combined JewUh Appeal. These include 11 Israel and United Jewish Appeal groups, eight service and cultural institutions, 16 religious and educational agencies and four civic defense organization!. Kane urged resident* to welcome volunteer workers and "to give generously in order to meet worldwide Jewish needs through a united community campaign." SEC. B Hold Seminar For Hebrew Teaicliers Seminar sessions for Hebrew teachers are now in progress sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Edu cation and the Hebrew Teachers' Association of Greater Miami. Sessions are held on Tuesdays at the Miami Beach Jewish Center from | 8:30 to 10:30 p.m. Harry Perach Kwhitney, instructor at the Hebrew Academy, leads the course in Bible on the book of Isaiah. Joshua Stadlan. Academy instructor, presents the discussions on methods of teaching subjects in the afternoon school. David Friedman, instructor at the Miami Beach Jewish Center, will continue the course in Bible and also acts as chairman of all Seminar sessions. Left to right ore Mrs. Millicent C. Mclntosh, president of Barnard College; Mrs. Edward W. Macy. national president of the Young Women's Christian Association; Mrs. Irving M. Engel, NCJW national president; and Thurman Arnold, former associate justice of the US Court of Appeals. They will be principal speakers at the 20th Triennial Convention of the National Council of Jewish Women which opens on Sunday evening. March 15th. at the Hotel Statler in Cleveland. The conference will close Friday mornina. March 20th. More than 800 deleqates from all parts of the United States, representing 100,000 women in 245 local Council Sections, will participate in the conference. Attending the Triennial Convention from Miami are Mrs. Theodore Pritikin, Mrs. Aaron Farr, Mrs. Ben Rich and Mrs. Stanley C. Meyers, National Board member. Weink/e line program with Rabbi ]be Howard Kane, generchairman; Carl Wein|ent of the Greater MiIFederation: and Zukerolitan Division chairding a group of 29 cap|six majors will be Irving trman of the Southwest i will receive instructions I Kopelowitz, Miami MetIchairrnan Southwest arMb ts include Mrs. Samuel Hyman Kam. B. H. Lib>ck Regal. Abe WhiteOscar Zeltzer. cardand workers' kits [issued to volunteers in |on for the house-to-house eginning Sunday and con1 until the Metropolitan {$75,000 has been attained, goal for the Greater Miami is Sl.398.000. Preliminhave roulted in attain[more than 64 percent of goal, according to Kane, j [Combined Jewish Appeal e-saving mission in 1953,"' kernick ahe urged resiithe Southwest section to kickoff affair. "Today, % day. Jews are agaain flec|heir live-, and we must be to feed, clothe and care Fho escaped from Iron Curds and to mov C th cm to Is""''' %  : %  c uintries." PWer Mi.,mi institutions j beneficiaries In the Compiah Appeal These inHospital, .'ew.sh jheAged, Bureau of JewMion. Jewish Social ServNew American ProEr Miami Jewish ComSta y from under the Kosher AH Year and for PASSOVER too **S0* 8EER all BEEF, choice BEEF! taste You just don't know how good a frankfurter can be until you these plump and juicy tSMU ** J^^T^Z of western corn-fed beef superbly blended with subtle seasonings. Demand /*// it*** ^ §• <** V M i mtti l ^FRANKFURTERS • CORNED BEEF SALAMI • BOLOGNA • PASTRAMA : v 6ilioknou)uiWjO|)iis/ \\ N Under the supervision of Rabbi *^ ***** %  *' *"* the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth Economical. *o Waste, less work at meil-lime. ftfft"" Sold at leading supermarkets TiuTHirAlillAl L'lL'ilrUJ featured at fine delicatessens. !" fe 230 N.W. 5th Street. Miami. Florida ISRAEL NATIONAL KOSHER SAUSAGE CO., INC. *-M %  'i.ujni. ^V.J-t^&te&dC^^^v* £/>



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PAGE 2 B bmtietifkwXflan Eban Plans Israel's Position At UNITED NATIONS OTA) — The question of aid to the State o Israel to bolster it against pressure from Moscow is being considered at high levels. Israel spokesman are making it clear that the Soviet-Israel diplomatic break and the worsened situation in the Middle East make increased aid to Israel a paramount need. Ambassador Eban raised again with the United States the question of military aid to Israel first raised a year ago and left unanswered and saw Harold Stassen. director of the Mutual Security Administration, to discuss current operations of the MSA in Israel and future developments. There were numerous indications in Washington that the Eisenhower Administration was hesitant on the subject of aid to Israel and inclined to "go slow." Although stepped up aid to the Jewish State was a logical expectation once that state came into line of Communist fire, high-level Washington was reported fearful of any move that might disturb the Arab States. In this connection, it appeared that the Arab States had won a fjArabs Tell Bedell State Because Smith Not To Help Jewish Of Russian Activities In Near East when a diplomat.c pressed the concern of our governthat he could not categorically an.-_•-u..... „„... >nur "VM' or "nn He said there Uill Mill-Ill ""' **' v -""•-to aid Israel because of the Sovietfor moral and %  %  %  ? %  *._ %  Israel imbroglio. They laid that I revealed. He said that the delega•rommunists are exploiting the tion expressed apprehension right and that aid to Israel at this over the "dangers involved in injuncture "will amount to throwing dulgcnce in such support, oil on smouldering fire." The Arabs were alarmed over Block Aid | the situation by which Israel may The group included the diploi get increased support he stated, matic representatives of Egypt, warning that this would aid vM?orSyria. Lebanon. Jordan. Iraq. Yeout Communist propaganda in the men and Saudi Arabia. The spokesMiddle East .' man was Egyptian Ambassador Kamil Bey Abdul Rahim. He said that aid to Israel would mean giving "more arguments and more weapons'" to the Communist cause The Egyptian said the Arab dip Additional Aid Following this development, the Washington Bureau of the Associated Press reported that "the Eisenhower Administration has de Mr. Dulles said that Israel would bo welcome in such a command. He said the command would be comparable to NATO, with the Middle East countries being linked with Turkey and Greece. He re vealed that there had been discussion on allowing Egypt to pur chase small quantities of military equipment of a type not suitable for warfare against Israel. No definite decision has been reached on this as yet, he said. Questioned on whether the State Department had turned down the Israel request for moral and macided to sidestep Israel's bid. ternterial assistance voiced by Ambas oniats decided to make the group poranly at least, in order to avoid sador Eban after the Soviet Union visit the State Department aa re suit of publicity arising from Russia's break with Israel. "We ex antagonizing ernments." When the strategic Arab govhad severed diplomatic ties, the Secretary said it was not correct to Jewish Telegraphic sav ,hat Israel's request had been Agency correspondent brought this j rejected, to the attention of Secretary ofi At another point in his press State John Poster Dulles. Mr. conference, the Secretary of State Dulles declared that the State Dcasserted that he was not fully fapartment had no policy of cold-1 miliar with the situation but that Ishouldering Israel in favor of the it was his recollection that Israel's Arab states but that he knows of needs were covered in the current no plans for additional aid to IsMutual Security Aid program and rael in the wake n! the Soviet dipthat further aid could be granted lomatic break with Israel. He adonly with Congressional approval. drd that any additional aid would He added that he knew of no plans require Congressional approval. for additional "aid. He sidestepped another ques-1 Strategy At UN tinn put to him by the JTA which An indication of the strategy to asked what action the State Debe pursued by Israel in dealing partment might take on the rewith the Communist anti-Semitism quest for non-reimhursible mili issue in the United Nations was tary aid placed by Israel with the!given during the week when AmDepartment over a year ago. Asked if there was not already a definite I plan for sending military aid to bassador Abba S. Eban unexpectedly voted with the Soviet bloc on place a Polish proposal on "measthe Arab states, the Secretary said ures to implement peace" third on ft P,,liti l fw Thc mo ''on fail* Ex Plaining hi,-_ 1 f. nd movement P urtain which be L. "> the attention of il Ho pointed out tad o do this 2' was supporting Z proposal forward L T "o Hem under g raise the issue of „, m a.ns m sixth pi*,own propaganda. Speaking j n x„_ Zmder. member oliJ gation. said that knil sont its case a gaijs,7 >n Soviet Russia sal nations before the ( bl >' 'he "second M| The Israel dele? United Nations, he make Soviet anti-Sea— implications behind q issue'' at the curresj the General AssemMjf that the Israel delei preparing its case t_ comprehensive rnwl es and effects of yM ism. In preparing its ( der said. "Israel's si ation will be concern! ty and well-being ofj lews remaining beiij Curtain.'' Many Latin Amen— promised full SL ? W| move which Israel: •gainst the Soviets! paign at the seventhi General Assembly. The Israeli dclea it was "greatly I support it had re^, lomats have bees j Latin Americas | as the repress, countries nn thet, nist antiSemitiai To attract and meet the expected larqe numbers of tourists to Israel from the United States and elsewhere durinq the season, a dozen top hotels in the young republic are enqaged in constructing additional facilities with the assistance of State of Israel Bonds. An important part of Israel's expanded tourist program, the construction of the new winas is expected to make available more than 1,000 first-class additional accomodations for visitors by the summer of 1953. Above is the modem Sharon Hotel on the coast near Herzelia. University Symphony Slates Soloists For 1953-54 Si Fightin' Gators By BRUCE KLION MIAMIANS AT U of F There an many stu from the Greater Miami ;,, tending school at the L'niversit) of Florida in Gainesville. Here Is the first in what I hope will be a constant advisory as to who is do ing what on the campus of the Fightin' Gators B'nai B'rith's Hillel Foundation is constructing a beautiful new building that will make it the standout religious center on campus here Fund raising for the building started under the presidencj of Stan Minti during the school years 1950-1992 The Foundation's new president, Madeline Wein-nan, 1 seein] thi through ... In th< n Hillel iholding brunch every Sunday in the Student Union or, Campus. GATOR GREEKS Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority is really proud of its new pledge class. It's composed of a clever and really beautiful group of gals. There's Sue Feldstein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Feldstein 2926 Royal Palm Avenue Not to be outdone are Kathy Klein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Klein, 320 West 25th Street; Edyna Luria, daughter of the Lester J. Luries, 1765 Bay Drive, Nor and Eleanor Krute!, %  Que< n of Miami Beach High ho U the da i bt< r of Mr. and Mrs .lack Krutel, 1519 I'cnni tvenue. ,ni '-' have been -elected in the pa-t to grace the pag< ol the student paper' The Alligator and the Orange Peel Magazine as Mysterj Co-eds and Freshmen Beauties WEDDING BELLS Incidentally, Zeta Bet. T u ia.i agog over the impending wed ding of Ken Treister, son ..i the Arthur Treisters. Miami Beach and M.ss Praidl Levine, ol I i '" n s % %  ina rhe couple i cember. •'' %  is now in Charleston pre the bi ihTc u ? K '' < r "< the School of Architecture The semester Is still y 0 un lot more names and news are in the offing. So until then aee you around Campi." Mrs. Spaet Holds Coffee Mrs. Harold Spaet. of 220 West Rivo Alto Drive, will hold a coffee at her home on Monday, 1030 am for volunteer workers in the ML ami Beach Red Croas drive. Announcement was made last wee:, by the University of Miami of the soloists who will appear with the University Symphony Orchestra next year. According to Mrs Marie Volpe, concert manager the Miami Beach and Dade County Auditoriums have alread) been reserved for nine pairs of concerts The drive for new subscription patront,, the I'M Symphony Orchestra's 27th year is now on. Local artist to i„. honored next season is Eugene Dubois, who will enter in the Fall upon his fourth .'•'ar as concertn.as.er with the orchestra. He has been given the final May dates for his appearance as soloist, Leading the l,,r of n;,;i.nal and international talent is Lukas Foss. pianist composer conductor, a nd Irmgard Seefried. leading soprano With the Vienna State Opera Both Mr lo and Mme Beefried will be making their initial appearances here others scheduled for premier performances in Miami are Szymon Goldberg, violinist; Pierre Four"XT. 'cellist; and the will participate .„ th University s production ol Verdi'i l;. 'I""'" 1 Ml i April l<)54 Thl "' lu 1 I Veend, %  onrano; Mem man; mezzo-soprano; S£S.2?' t onor !" S 2 Phaps the most renowned of the art,stl scheduled to app, „ next season ,s Vladimir Horowitz Mr Horowitz has achieved world acclaim for his dazzling perforr n ee„rn S a K nd %  We re P r ^"ed in i H \ b nnea ith his '"terpreu\SSLi C !!J Certi T^haikowsky. I Brahms and Rachmaninoff. Hi. rerendrtiao of MMMA.>, list Stevens Vladimir Morowif! ''"*" Pierre feurnier lukas Pictures At An Exhibition should be enough to assure packed houses when he appears here on February 14th and 15th. 1954. Principal repeat artist will be Rise Stevens, operative meno-soprano, who last was heard by Miami audiences in 1950. Also returning for another performance will ^ Robert Casadesus, this Ua wife. Baby, j^i scheduled rend| Piano work shooM "*1 lag n-tcning. i( I John Bilter. •> crship of "*rf ago. 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SCH13J^_ v. #-n vjewlsti norHton PAGE 3 B I • He can't forget... fee hasn't forgotten the nightmare of E933. Today's threatening headlines Ivun t let him forget. He thinks, now we must live in fear %  gain—and an old anguish twists inside Riim. Is there never to be an end to it? Nli.' whispered rumors .. the hate camIp'.i.'ii the mounting tensions ... And %  sally, the midnight pounding of secret Ipolice at the door ... "Will this recurrent [agony nc\ er he done \v!th? •. And then IK* thinks of Israeli • As long as a strong and growing Israel exists—how exists for those who lave in the shadow of tear. Their eyes are terncdon that embattled and pwgnifieent Lyoung democracy — pitting its courage against all odds—rescuing 750,000 Jews from doom in a few, furiously-paced years. That is the Israel you have helped build through the United Jewish Appeal. And now, more than ever, your help is needed. For in the midst of its struggle to house its homeless thousands to strengthen its burdened economy-Israel must brace itself for whatever fresh responsibilities tomorrow may bring. Yes, Kie oppressed, the persecuted, the fearful dare to live in hope because of Israel • and because of you. Can you deny them that life-sustaining hope? Then give generously through your community campaign. But give swiftlybecause the nightmare is clc them. Give now. Because Lives Depend on Us United Jewish APP eal Must Raise $144,524,250 in 1953 on behalf of United Israel Appeal Joint Distribution Committee United Service for New Americans IN 1953, THE UJ A MUSTi Help meet the needs of Jewish escapees from Eastern Europe and speed them to havens in Israel and elsewhere; Provide vital aid to 500.000 dependent Jews in Israel, Western Europe and Moslem lands; Strengthen Israel with aid in settling 240.MX) newcomers and increasing food production; Assist thousand-: of HP's in the U. S. —or coining this year. IN GREATER MIAMI -GIVE TO THE COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL 420 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH 39. FLA.



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PAGE 4 B —— %  ... %  • UMJCC Plans Addt'd Avtirities The regular bi-monthly socia and dance sponsored by the Adult Social Group of the Town Branch. Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, will be held on Saturday evening, .March 14!h. The Social will begin a series of novelty-type dances being sponsored by the Adult Social Group. A program of games, entertainment, dancing and refreshments is being plar.aned by a committee consisting of Stanley Loupos. Beat Kelter, Sam Billinkoff. Maralene Lurie. Zelda Rose aar.d Mona MarThe Social Club for junior high school boy.i will mod at the Greater Miami Jewish Communit) Center. Town Branch, each Monday evening at 7.30 p.m. The group, u.tJcr the leadership of Miss Dorothy Fishman who ia teacher in the Dade County Scboi System, will help plan a program of special interest for boys and girls of this age level A first hand report of experiences at the First Israeli Music Festival will be given to the memben and guests of the Liberal Arts Group by Ruth Brotman. Thursday night. March 19th. at 815 p.m. The group is sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, and its meetings are held at the Center's Town Branch. Miss Brotman. who has been active locally for years as a singer and impresario, was formerly i critic with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Her subject will i • I ased upon her recent visit to Israel as a participant in the Festival She will demonstrate her talk with a number of vocal n l< tions. ( hairman for the evening program will be Mrs Leo Sh. i am chairman for the Center's Town Branch Refreshments will bi •: /ed by Sue Moss rts of i commu.mai %  tot i v ansi i i I I tii s by theG Jewish mmunitj i i ar I Tuesdaj %  ..-. a • • ling oi the Center's i i Council in the home ol an Li FRIDAY TUNTjiii Sun., Marchi NBC NEm The Eternalt "I. A onthei andfhto| JEWISH NATIC Dr Harri, J I Consult v our daily, Pu-im favors for patents' trays at Mount Sinai Hospital are presented to Mrs. Leo Kupper. chairman of the Patients' Hospitality Committee, by Girl Scout Troop No. 223 of Nautilus Junior High School Troop leaders are Mrs. Abe Cohen and Mrs. Charles Gordon. Shown above arranging favors for distribution on trays in Mount Sinai's kitchen are (left to right) Sandra DeLeon, Beth Kaplan, Susan Bernstein. Helen Friedman. Wendy Postol. Rita Kamm, Barbara Burris. Barbara Boderman. Miss Nancy Eatough and Mrs. Kupper. Rear row are Mrs. Cohen. Mrs. Gordon. Carol Wolf, Susan Cohen. 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1CH13J953_ PAGE 5 B Off The Record By NATHAN ZIPRIN %  u 1QS2 Jewish Telegraphic Agen fcpyrigri. !•"•• cy, Inc.) been philanthropic effort, locally and abroad. We have known all along that our communities have not been ignoring what might properly be called their own vineweeks from leading figures in the yard while extending a helping Washington government. In other hand to Israel and Jewry wherever words, the picture according to j succor is needed. This thought Eban is less bleak than it is being j came to mind while I was examinviewed in informed circles. But it, ing reports on the construction of is quite likely t h o se utterances new synagogues throughout the were made more out of diplomatic j length and width of the country. than realistic motives. ; There was Los Angeles with an anAlso interesting to note in the nouncement that Temple Emanuel „__ ...— „ constructing a new S700 (100 i ....•* ....".. cnarge IS Mrs. num anuiuiner, weeks development was the letJJ" !" £ Un | • !" Ml the ceremonials, with the aul 2 484 sw 19th street, for the Mi£ ^J?iSS2iSf J2E I mils 8 a 8 nd Westwood A wish* com-1 <"*? P^-Pating in singing ; anu and Miraele Thea tres. and Edcil to the State Department urging! ". """ ""'"""" """"'V"".'" I Passover songs. that no arms be sold to the Arabs, munitiea. And there was To edo Cochairmcn of the affair are i unless they stop boycotting Israel i^ !" alchin Los Angeles by $100, Mfg R shreide „ and „„_ p I for tickets to the Canb Theatre. and make peace. Since this memo-1 000 / r synagogue which is to %  f randum was submitted a day after se Israe > marble for ,ts dec r n ON DULLES. •• ,„ of the new Admin* %  ? icy vis a vis Israel and ",es should emerge in fSecretary of State ers with Naguib. The (ive of Dulles's trip to %  sound out current Arab joining the Middle -and Since the Arabs C bargainers, the quesether our Secretary of instructions to make pite concessions or other commitments. #ee l(s have seen the adE ridinK on a two-faced he one hand, there have jington assurances that K be no change in Ameror attitude toward Isle other, there have been ens of playing ball with President Eisenhower's with Prince Faisal last in that category. The litself may not have been J significance except for |iat it was held against a ne background—lack of j n Washington. It may be due to eetinu with outstanding Eisenhower's uncertainty as he disconcerting |takes his early steps In office. failure to give immedij More likely it stems from another g rv it at ion by Am' orientation — the military rather \ Ehan that he visit than the political. If thert has been ir that a visit no change of policy toward Israel ht vitiate the effect of alK ) the Middle Eat. th<' assurance I'otfab in Cairo?should have come from the top announced it would formally dedi1 u here the' r a!hpr than from the confusing and | cate its new structure early in ng was the Conflicting State Department May. .. snurce These newItems, in this corThe issue is one of paramount eatimation, show a trend to Fsrael as it gropes which is as encouraging as it is hostility on the one necessary. hand and with Ar*b truculence inspired by Kremlin propaganda on the other. Beth David Women j Theater Proceeds Hold Joint Meeting I Go For Palsy The Beth David Sisterhood and ] Louis D. Brandeis Auxiliary No. FT A will combine their meetings 199. Free Sons of Israel, met last on March 18th. 8:30 p.m., in the. night at the Miami Beach AngSynagoguc. lers Club, the new permanent Mrs. H. Laufer and Mrs. A. Le-1 meeting hall for both the men's vine, respective presidents of the • lodge and their auxiliary, groups, announce that the meet-1 Tickets for a theatre party scheming will be dedicated to Passover.; u i ed for March 15th through 21st, A family Sedar will be the focal j are being sold for the Carib, Mipoint of the program. Mr. and Mrs. I am j anf j Miracle Theatres. In Max Feldman and family will con-' cna rge is Mrs. Ruth Shuldiner, na Finberg, 621 Jefferson Avenue, Proceeds go to Cerebral Palsy. the Eisenhower conference with Faisal, it can fairly be assumed it was intended to offset whatever arms pleas were made by the Arabs. When you add to all this a State Department denial of "paying more attention to Arab countries and less to Israel", there emerges a puzzle whose solution is indeed puzzling. It would be foolish to conjecture the motive behind this vacillation Detroit there was a report of the emergence of a new congregation, the Oak Park Synagogue and Center, while Milwaukee broke ground for a new Jewish Community Center at a cost of more than a million dollars. Then there was Florida, two of whose cities had important stories' —Miami with a report that a campaign has been launched by Temple Beth Sholom to raise $500,000 for a new synagogue and St. Petersburg with an announcement' that a seven-year project reached completion when the small Jewish community of Gulfort dedicated its new center and synagogue. This week also saw Chicago in the synagogue news when Congregation B'nai Jacob, of West Rogers Park. non's Ainf \< .. %  • • •!. Dr. Malik, I r 'W to importance t l caH f d ,h with Soviet there is L w to affect ican reiai here was ;i I idor ''•"' an to I :it of by the a^surihad GROWING UP Reading newspaper-, one would J think that the sole concern of the ed in recent Jewish community in America has SUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTELSANITARIUM roe £ST. COMV*LE5CEK AUD arnomc UJU --, -• ••. it* OT coon MIAMI FLOlP win RGRRETEnJ SO SWEET! ; : -SO HEAVY-BODIED! SO DELICIOUSL You'll love its red old-fashioned goodness ANDAICUA INDUSTRIES CO., INC.. CANANDAICUA. N. Y. Distri • by World Wide Importing & Exporting Co. Miami Florida AND 3)ai%ie& PRIDE AND PLEASURE IN AGAIN ANNOUNCING THAT IT WILL BE PRIVILEGED TO SERVE ITS MANY JEWISH PATRONS WITH 10SHER fOR f-aSSOME* Under the Supervision of Beth Jacob Vaad Hckashrus Rabbi Moses Mescheloff Congregation Beth Jacob. Director PHONE 5-5537 KW! TO INSURE YOUR REQUIREMENTS or order from route salesman



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PAGE 6 B ~ Our UN Newsletter By ARTHUR LEWIS (Copyright, ISSSi Jewlah Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) UNITED NATIONS—Now that the resumed Assembly is in full session, the anti Zionist. anti-Jewish campaign behind the Iron Cur tain is being talked about as the second most Important issue before this meeting of the United Nations—second only to Korea. Yet. at the same time, there is still a good deal of uncertainty as to what is going to happen over this question. The Israeli representative, Abba S. Eban, has given formal notice that he is going to raise it; he did so in the First Political Committee when that body was deciding the order of its agenda. The Israeli delegate voted for a Polish item entitled "measures to avert a new war and t strengthen oeace and friendship among nations" to be moved op to third place. He said that he did so because he had "observations of deep gravity and importance to make regarding certain measures which had been taken that did not avert the threat of a new war or strengthen peace and friendship among nations." As a result of Mr. Eban's intervention, it is taken for granted here that Israel intends to raise the issue during the discussion of the Polish item, which is second from last place on the present agenda of the First Committee. (The Soviet move to have it put third failed to gain the necessary majority i There are several possible alternatives Ix'fore the Israeli d< tion when it raises the issue during the consideration of the Polish item. It could put in a separate resolution denouncing thF Soviets for their persecution of the Jews, or it could add an amendment along the same lines to the catch all Polish resolution which includes proposals for a Korean armistice, a disarmament conference, a Big Five Peace Pact and all the other Communist nostrums for a worldwide settle ment. Still another alternative is for the Israeli delegation to join with other delegations herein sponsoring a general resolution merely deploring racial and religious persecution of any kind. At the moment, it would seem the latter is the most likely. Although there is the widest support for the Israeli case here, there are nevertheless some ticklish political problems involved. Obviously, the Asian end Arab group would not want to-fake part in any debate on Zionism and anti-Zionism and would not help if they did. Furthermore, the British and French delegations, with their concern over their colonial possessions, are not anxious to do anything which would suggest interference in the domestic affairs of a state. S.i far, Soviet spokesmen have made no mention of the dispute with Israel, even in passing. The waj that the Russians have played up the award of a Stalin prize to a Jen and the state funeral granted another would seem to indicate thai the Kremlin is somewhat embarrassed bj outraged public opinion throughout the world, This ln it sign that th( sharp Israeli reaction and the decisioi itism behind the Iron fur tain, bj tin t nited N lions haalreadj ha.I a beneficiary result It is doubtful ,i anythin could be achieved here by the passage oi no matter what resolul • iher ii be general and platitudinous or specific and a condemnation ol th % %  bj whatever majority Coral Gables Girds Area For Drive Coral Gables co-chairmen Harry Sands and Sam Weissel met with representatives of Jewish organisations at the Weissel home on Sunday. March 8th. to plan solicition for the Combined Jewish Appeal in that area. Majors were appointed at the meeting and plans outlined for participation by all Jewish residents in the Metropolitan Division campaign to launched on Sunday. A second workers meeting of the Coral Cables group has been called for Sunday at the Weissel business offices to map final plans before assignment of duties in the door-to-door canvassing. French Masters Art of the past and present by masters of French painting, plus a one-man exhibition of works of the young American contemporaryWalter Stuempfig, as well as over 200 examples Of home furnishings which comprise the Design 1953 Exhibition, open in the Lowe Gallery today at 2 p.m. In addition, there will be a continuous showing of Shakesperian films from 2 to 6 p.m. The combination of first showing of three important exhibitions and the film program comprise the first benefit opening sponsored by the Lowe Gallery Proceeds of the admission fee of SI will go toward the budget of the Third Annual Shakespeare Festival. Florida Authors Feature Moore, Gordon, Ross Louis Hector, vice president of the Miami Public Library Board of Trustees, served as chairman of the Florida Author Night last night. Featured speakers were Jean Gordon, author of Pageant Of The Rose; Philip Moore, president of the First Research Corporation of Miami; and Malcolm Ross, head of the University of Miami Press ^d auth J including, The Backward. %  p "vt inn fot m mfsr wfasSOW mK ^ m MANISCNEWITZ gefiltefish Thh ii what yov'rt looked lor in A 9551 %  d.ii„,..i, ...,. Md ; ov ^ w "" aa •ih. l Min„ rt,., „„; yaa II • ~M< MM ...I .idi, m way HM MaalicJttwiii .„,! fhii Symbol is Your Assurance of STKKTIST KASHRUTM M QUALITY! I WANT MY MILK Vl% INSURAN t;t H MIAMI BEACH | PHONE S-2978 / INSURED SAVINGS Free 1 fufl hour parkiacj at Miami Parking Garage, 224 S. Miami Are. aj Bank by Mail at the Industrial -A SAVINGS BANK And Be Sure in FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "MUk Product." 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+Je*Mfk>rjcfcr PAGE 7B f ers. ,er Named ining Board Q |(yera ;''' (l Max U'beenrcappointed iSe Social Planning Eth ii"' Council f Kon. and WU I been announced by Lent Julii.M Freeman .,' community PlanLet director for the Jewish Federation, llcy which conducts onibined Jewish Apl ans will assist the Inittee ol the social In organizing the folds (1) A workshop for C e care "I the aged. U for large cities on Lf hospital financing f(3i The development Lterials concerning fclfare services under fces. I is active in Greater [unity well are work, lent <>f the Jewish Solureau. a member of Committee and the [ernnrs of the Greater i Federation a n d is National Council of Dn At Forum [ Anderson, of RheinVork, will be guest irrow afternoon, 3:30 [Spinoza Outdoor For,n of the home of Dr. [son. 11th Street and The topic of Dr. Anress will be: Be Your Lotty Hathshrecher fcr Dr. Anderson and [question and answer ; the lecture. Grant Safety. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hava you: roof ropalrad now; you will MVO on a now roof latar "Satisfactory Work by Exparlancad Man" 414 S. W. On* Avanuo (•HONK 4-SiaO 4/5 Quart rs of Immortal kfials for the rish Trade a. w. •< S*M* 2-Sl iru White jBu.Id.ng Id Monument Co. S40.0O PLUS ERY CHARGES Says Phone 4-3249 Shown left to right discussing pledges for the S500.003 building campaign of Temple Beth Sholom are Dr. Alex Robbins, co-chairman of th Special Gifts Committee; Morry B. Morris, chairman of the Special Gifts Committee; and Judge Kenneth Oka, general campaign chairman. Beth Sholom Building Campaign Gets Under Way Pledges for the $500,000 building campaign for a new House of Worship by the congregants of Temple Beth Sholom are already under way. The Memorial Gifts Committee, under the leadership of Charles Silvers, met Monday night, according to Peace Justice Kenneth Oka, general campaign chairman. A Special Gifts Committee meeting Thursday discussed contacting potential subscribers to the new Temple at Chase Avenue and 41st Street. Co-chairmen are Morry B. Morris and Dr. Alex Robbins. Members of the congregation who are enlisted as workers include Joseph Arkin. Dr. William Bernstein, Shepard Broad, George Cohen, Aaron H. Courshon. Harry Dinnerstein. Leon Ell. Judge Harry A. Greenberg. Irving B. Kaplan, William H. Kogen. Ralph Lachman, David Levinson. Herbert R. Linick, Dave Phillips. Samuel I'rosterman, i Benjamin Rimer, John Serbin, Samuel Stein. Max Wehz and Benjamin Zimmerman. First reports of pledges will be Hivcn on March 16th, by the Memorial Gifts Committee.. The Special Gifts Committee will meet on the 17th. to give its report. MIAMI BEACH ISRAEL ZIONIST DISTRICT 420 LINCOLN ROAD — Ttl. 5-0346 SIMON SEIDEN 503 S.W. 17th AVENUE — T.I. 82-5480 WHY PAY MORE? 1/2 Gallon $2-45 Don't take your half of the road in the middle. DOG RACING ^ NIGHTLY (ttxcs'ici Sunday) ENNELCLUB ONE TASTE IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS BUY IT AT PACKAGE STORES & SUPER MARKETS rum toft nw7 ira |*n 5iOD'i HIT pro* a !" nnarna W7M1 PM WD 'WK r.M3n JV33 31 n'jain nr* jnaev mwJ "on 45 MONTGOMERY STREET, N. Y. C WHOLESALERS HENRY E. MANGELS CO. 122 N." 11th Street. Miami Telephone 3-83U



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PAGE 8 B g sWfft/Jar***" Greater Miami's KELIGIOUS DIRECTORY! Syna r gogue Diiectory CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening senices at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating and discussing: The First Jewish Settlers In America. Saturday morning services are ;.t 9:45 a.m.. at which time the Bar Mitzvah of Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Meyers, will take place. • KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold early Friday evening services at 5:45 p.m. Satur day rurning services are at 8:30 a"m. Cantor Abraham Seif will render the musical portion of the liti rgj Mincha is at 5:49 p.m lol I wed by Shalos Seudoa Daily services are at 8 a.m.. and at 5:45 p.m. • HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER Will hold Fridaj evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with Reverend Leo Heim officiating. Mr. and MrMax Stein will be hosts at the Oncg Shabbat. Guests speaker is Ben Essen. Miami attorne) Saturday morning serviceare at 0 a m m w tfa Reverend Heim discussing the Week!;. Portion. BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services al sundown. Saturday morning serviceare at 830 a.m. Dr. Shmaryahu Swirsky will officiate and i the topic. Hearts and \ Memorial Tribute To Sukenik A class in Talmud is scheduled for 5:45 p.m. be at 6:19 p.m.. 1 < by Shalos Seudos WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER \ Fri la) i \ ening sen ices v.ith %  '-i .i r w einsti ; • Lati sen ices will ... I will honor the [hers' Club. Mrs. Jennie bless the Sabbath cani Les Assisting will be Mrs Saul :"• • Subject of Rabbi Al: -• I v?i xman :.-. ourse is Won* Valor Mr and Mrs. Morns will be hosts aat the 1 • < bat i lowing. Floral • will l>e by Mr. and Mrs Morris Harris. Saturday Grace Your Seder Table w ith Available in 4/5 quart, full quart and halfgallon decanters. Haturally The Best... It's WELCH'S Kosher Wine PRODUCT OF THE WFACH GRAPE JUICE CO., INC. BROCT0N, N. morning services are at 9 a.m.. with Junior services scheduled for 11 a m. Mincha will be al 5 45 p.m., followed bj Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 7 a.m. • • AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve >rvices at 6:19 p.m.. followed by Kabbalat Sabbath Saturday morning services are at 9 a m with Rabbi Isaac Ever discussing Annihilation of Russian Jewrj In Times 01 Liberty And Emancipation. Mincha will be at 5:15 p.m., ,-ed b) Shalos Seudos under the sponsorship of William Feigenbaum. Daily services are at a m and at 6:30 p.m. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m.. when Rabbi Moses Me-ehelolt will diSJUSf Building The Judaism Of Tomorrow, Junior services are at 9 a.m.. under the direction of Benjamin Kaminetzky. Kiddush will be by the sisterhood Cantor Aaron Weingarten will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Mincha lat 6 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi Mescheloti will discuss the Weekly Portion. • • TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. with Dr Joseph Narot officiating. The service will feature an address bj Cantor Jacob (l Bornstein, with musical illustrations Subject of his discourse is scheduled as: This Is Jewi-h Music. &f BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services .it 8 19 p.m., with Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches officiating, assisted by the Student (hair under the direction of Mrs Jack Donnerstag. Rabbi Junes i. Heller. Rabbi Emeritus of the Isaac M Wi.se Temple. Cincinnati. Ohio, and president of the Labor Zionist Organization of America, will be guet speaker Mr and MrJacob Lieberman will tender the floral offering and act as hostat the Oneg Shabbat in honor of their 50th wedding anniversary. Also -; % %  nsoring the floral offering will be Mrs Rebecca Castle Bruce Fetter, of the Beth David Scout Troop No 89. will be presented with the Xair Tamid Award. Saturday morning services are at 9 a m Shapiro will discuss the Portion. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will Frida; evenii i ces at Leon Kro:, • ish Historj ni ah ol i: iward an son ol Mi frill take • thai • e mei In er tl %  NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will h •: late Frid i : 8 *5 ; K. : Mayei mowiu will officiate and discuss On Facing Realt) Cant r E I ward Klein will render the musical portion of the liturgy, a listed b) the Center Choir under the direction of A. Louis MechlowiU Saturday morning services are at ,8:45 am., at which time Billy I Shaw, son of Mr. and MrMilton Shaw, will become Bar Mitzvah MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening I services at 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi I Irving Lehrman officiating and i preaching on the topic: Reflections Of A Rabbi. Saturday morning service! are at 9 a.m. The Bar Mitzvoth of Bruce, son of Mr and Mrs. Irving Adelberg. and Robert son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Goldwyn. will take place at that time Rabbi Lehrman will address the congregation. Guest speaker will be Rabbi James G. Heller, president of the Labor Zionist Organization of America. A Bible class in the afternoon is scheduled for 4:19 .s .town Synagogue Ortho* x. IW v\v |rd n, M. oin Fi.gltr.Granada 50 NW list I Ac.d.my Rabbi Alnd|i i |„, %  > Mr, .'-I V II Hialtah-Miami spr.ngi n. • I vi %  • %  ...„,, T, r Miami. Kneseth laraal Rabbi Abraham < %  <• %  irthodox, MM Ku.-ll.l Ave Mian i:,..,'h v,.in., Beach Rabbi lrxinn la-hrman. Comervatlve. 1701 Wash. Ave, H 11 Miami Hebrew School Rabbi tprll, Orthodol, 111 BW ln AMI Ml .... VonticeHo Park l4th Slr.-t and M. 1 lih Wen u S •' Hi Ml oil i:,-.i. li North Dade Rabbi Hrrjr Ettlncer, .i ,-iv... ISSSO W. I'ixie Higli..\. North Miami. North Shore K.il'lii Mayer Abramonitz. TI — i\.,i:ve. 610 Tith Si.. v iml Resell Temple Urael—1'r Jn*-|ih Narot. Re' rm 1ST NK 1'oh St Miami. Titereth Urael — KM N .Miami Ave.. Wet' MiamiRabbi Alfft-d Waxrnan. ronwrvailve, ::•< BW Kth St.. M ami Young lrtl — •'rth-lox. 4 Ml Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Zamora Reverend Rudolf Brill, ''"I'll 7. mora Ave Coral j Oat • pm. followed by Mincha and' Shalos Seudos Cantor David Silverman will render the musical portion of the liturgy, assisted by the Center Choir under the direction of Joseph Schreibman. Daily services are at 8 a.m.. and at 6:15 p.m. • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold regular services Friday at 8:15 pm., with Reverend Rudolf E Brill officiating. A r t hur Deutsch. chairman of the Relig ious Committee, will speak on Responsibilities And Rights. An Oneg Shabbat will follow and will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Sam Altman. Saturday services will begin at 9 a.m.. with Kiddush following. • e • YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 6 p.m. Saturday morning serveran at 8:30 a.m. Mincha will be at 6:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos under the sponsorship of Simon Claymen. Daily services are at 8 am, and at 6:30 p.m. • • a ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 and at 8:15 p.m. Officiating will be children of the Religious School under the direction of Andrew Kornreich. principal. The Oneg Shabbat will be in honor of Mrs. Phil Barocas, president of the I'TA. and Sam Sandier, vice president. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Abraham Safhs will discuss the Weekly Portion. Junior senices are at 9:30 a.m. • e • NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Harry Ettinger officiating and discussing: Americans All. Cantor Alexander Cohen and the Youth Choir will render the musical portions of the liturgyAn Oneg Shabbat will follow. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. • • HOLLYWOOD JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Fri day evening services at 8:30 p.m. Guest Rabbi will be Dr. William H. Fineshriber. Kiddush will be recited by Russ Blumenthal. son of Mr. and Mrs. William Blumenthal An Oneg Shabbat will follow. • e HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday evening services at 6 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Alexander Gross will officiate, assisted by Cantor Jacob Tambor who will chant the liturgy. An Oneg Shabbat for children is scheduled at 3:30 p.m sponsored by Mrs Elias Rosch. with Mrs. Alexander Gross directing the games and story hour. Mincha is at 6 SU Pm.. follows b., D y servie*; 2* 7:30 • %  z a • MIAMI HEBRaw J evenmit -erv ices a u* "> %  mo rnini! ttr J am R^bi Simo *' CU : ,! <^ns.bi ,* ***\ 'i-ntor Bereft 1 J-. A class in L toms is scheduled f„j s <'


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MARCH 13. 1953 *-*** /frrfrJt^ ti P AGE 9 B *+pnds JNF \Keaeh .feuish Center Organization* Zu Meeting **& ********* +**—*>** institute ,$Ory IW"MMf An informal social evening wiU president, announced here that PW York City %  EH of 336 West 42nd iian!. Beach, is in New raiding a National AdLM meetinj of the JewBoard mee lonal Fund Lembor of L r so mo lime • M irom Emanuel the Advisory Ell received the meeting chairm an an< I member of bring together members and wives of the Men's Club of the Miami Beach Jewish Center on Sunday evening. March 15th. in the Center Social Hall, according to Jrving Cjipen, president. Entertainment, dancing tad refreshments will highii^h*. tli-• evening. Working on the Social Committee with Harry B. Smith, chairman, are Sam Katz. Allen G >ldberg, Irving Schatzman, Irving Cypen, Al Ossip and Gershon Miller. Mrs. Milton Sirkin. program chairman of the Sisterhood, said this week that a Passover feature will highlight the next meeting of the Sisterhood on Monday afternoon, March 16th. at 1 p.m., in the Center Dining Room. Mrs. Theodore Hankoff, PTA igV Ateon I. til ] States House of Reprefrom New York's 15th Consumptive Relief Annual Dinner As the culmination of a years of activity, the Greater Miami Auxiliary Jewish Consumptives' Reliet Society, will hold its annual donor dinner on Sunday evening. March 15th, in the Morocco Room of the Casablanca Hotel. The dinner will honor members who have raised their quotas and name the individual member who has raised the highest sum for the entire year. Mrs. Harry Siegel. donor chairman, said this week that among guests of honor will be Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman who have been present for each of these the annual Passover Preparation Institute for mothers will take place on Tuesday, March 24th, in the Center building. The session will last all day and luncheon will be S"rved by the PTA. The Workshop is designed for parents of students attending the Religious School, and will present a complete orientation on the forthcoming festival through a series of learning-by-doing sessions on such subjects as: The Story of Passover. How To Prepare The Home For The Holiday. How To Plan A Passover Party For Youngsters, How To Set The Seder Table and How To Conduct A Seder. Highlighting the day's sessions will be a complete traditional Seder conducted by Rabbi Irving Lehrman. with mothers participating. The musical portion of the Workshop will be under the direction of Cantor David Silverman and Joseph Schrcibman. The next meeting of the Young Adult Group will take place on representative of the Greater MiWednesday evening, March 18th,! ami Jewish Federation will explain in the Center Social Hall, accordthe work of Federation at that ing to Bob Stone, president. A • time. FOR PASSOVER YOU NEED ROKEACH i 1 ; These high-quality foods are a tradition. You just can't buy better Passover foods... there's no substitute for the true, old-fashioned flavor and wholesome goodness only ROKEACH offers. HDB5 1573 ROKEACH HONEY ROKEACH NYAFAT ROKEKH PEANUT OIL Abraham C.ranott, world i of the Board of Directors Kaycmeth in Jerunade a special trip to New j der to address the meet-1 a.""" !" s |n > the inception of opened yesterday with in his honor at the Waloria Hotel The consultation? are continuing today. ding to Representative CelAdvi-ory Board gathering "in view of the startling henU arising out of the world situation. "It is in fit of the gravity of the he wrote to Ell, "that we fcr to take counsel with you have your participation." active in local JNF and I activities on Miami Beach | president of Temple Beth itz Will Discuss On Radio Show r d Shapiro, commentator on I Meet Your br. ha 1 in ti I David Rabinbuth lea r to lie his guest 1 8:15 p.m., on V.iNZ RabinoAre Wc Doing For Our V iuth. Miami Auxiliary. Mrs. Muriel Hirsch Pick will be guest speaker. The local auxiliary has been instrumental in helping many residents here benefit from the nonsectarian sanatorium in Spivak, Colorado, where they have been sent for treatment for tuberculosis and other chest diseases. The local I auxiliary also visits patients con| fined in the tubercular wards of Miami hospitals. This work is coordinated by Mrs. Maurey Poncher, case chairman. Others serving with Mrs. Siegel on the Donor Committee are the Mesdames Jerry Poncher, co-chairman: John I.unin. donor, treasurer; Maurey Poncher, editor of the Donor Journal; Herman Schoenfeld, reservation and seating arrangements chairman, with Morris Goluskin and Irving Gilman. co-chairmen; and Jacques Assael and Irving Gilman. special pages in the Journal. J**> XoGUST BROS RY L e "BEST" in Kosher Wines for All Holidays chap iro's Jpuao Ol Kosher Wines "EG V S PAT. OFF. KOSHER WINE Jnder Strict Orthodox Supervision EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTORS VICTOR WINE & LIQUOR INC 1322 N. MIAMI AVE. Ph. 2-6141 %  42 Sold At All Liquor Stores Distributed by HI-GRADE FOOD CO., Phone 9-8456 4P a NEW 1953 "MAGIC CYCLE" defrostinq KELVINATOR! ALL THESE BRILLIANT NEW FEATURES I saws**? Boll-Out "Dairy Shelf R 0 V ,. v 0U r fin B ."&* Wo* Chest.' dtfro!l''"fl"I New M ilk and othr food! o l" ur Handy •*•*-' for mony Mod.l ST:-, + New, Built-in Butter Chest Ktop' •rtnt pi.ll<-1 for. 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PAGE lfrB +Jewl**ncridtor!_ FRIDAY. Yeshiva University Graduates 100 Rabbis; Sholum Rephun Is Ordained Rabbi Sholom Rephun. son of bonds of tradition that have carSugarman. of Miami Beach r. and Airs Max Rephun. 328 rfcd our people througn cemun ^ Torol ,to. has been appointed chairman oi public relations tor the Suparman To Direct B'naJ BVith Youth Public Relations Coral Gables Theatre Guild Coined) Tomorrow Evening; Herman Rubin Si Mr. Euclid Avenue. Miami Beach, director and principal of the Hillel Academy at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, was among the 85 Rabbis who received Semicha. the highc-t iegree in Jewish theological learning, last Sunday at Yeshiva of survival. The Semicha exercises, which are held once ever) three years. also marked (he 56th Uinivei of the founding oi the Seminary which was Incorporated on 20. 1897. as the Rabbi Isaac ElchPoppaa. a comedy in three acts,; Support will be the next presentation of! entoS the Coral Cables .lewish ("enter M,. V( ,,. S University's Rabbi Isaac Elchanan ;in;m Theological Seminar) S nee Theological Seminary in New York j ts organization, the institution's charier has been frequently amended by the State Board ol Rl Citj Characterizing the American Jewish community as containing remarkable capacities and assets. Dr. Samuel Belkin. president of Yeshiva University, warned the Rabbis that American Jewry must in.! •• misled by inadequate compromises, which, while immediately appealing, threaten us in the run, Dr. Belkin added that US leadermust remain fast in their beliefs and stand as reserve for a saner future. i : Belkin spoke at the convoI • witnessed by more than 1.500 people. ••Only through a Jewish education! system steeped in the rich tions of Jewish culture can Ul pe to develop the leaders who will guide our people in the da) ahead," he said. %  must learn to recognize ,-alues for what they arc and | stinguish between what is temporal and what is of lasting Our people today have remarkable capacities and assets We mu.-t utilize these to the fullest advantage to work together towards ping a program based on a firm foundation and rooted in the enabling it to a Id the eighl divisions which comprise Yeshiva University, the first American University under Jewish auspices. The principal address was given by i>r. Joseph B. Soloveitchik, Proof Jewish Philosoph) and Codes and a member ol the Seminary's Ordinal ion Hoard The Rahmittec will bi> win' presented by Dean Saminto action ucl L. Sar. Private Schools Meet The Private Schools Association of Hade County met last night at the home of its treasurer, MrUla R I.ear. 5825 Alton Road Miami Beach. The meeting spearheaded the annual membership drive B' n a i B' r i t h Youth Commission, it was announced by J. .1. i ; berman, o f Log Angeles. Commission head. The Youth Commission i s the arm ol B'rith whic h ..ra youth program for h and -irN embrac log 1,100 chapters United Stateand The function of Sugant'.an's combe to assess and put a program of public relations designed to interpret the worlds largest Jewish youth organization Sugarman, who has been BSSO ciated with the B'nai B'rith organization for 21 year-, ipresident of Ben Sugarman Limited. Public Relations Counsellors, of Miami Beach and Toronto. EfroMw. i2 ,r build Whan it presents thej Stolon SeliaMiS* production at the Little I „„u.... ,_. > h "U: hilarious u *.Sd for the alrcadv Sjjarnan in Canada, abroad the nokur. Sarah ] Theater. 320 Palermo Avenue. | Rosenberg K,|,th rl 1 Coral Cables, starting Saturday Feldstein mchlB i March Uth. 8:30 p.m. The producThp ,,,.„ „ ., 1 tion will run for three days. he program ()f ^ r ^ !" _*y| Herman Rubin, veteran of several of the Guild Productions, takethe starring role of Poppa. The story is involved around a; ward politician, who tries against tremendous odds to remain in politicand at the same time to remain honest under standards that Rneseth Israol ^iu he himself has set _, T 0U5,e underway for 54 program. nd thf J the direct ion „ f BobBrennto expand itactivities turc. Plans Lunch, Card, Appearing will be Mort Podell and Mort Levinc in principal roles. Frances Ullian, president tf Grtrud Marx, who is well Kneseth Israel Sisterhood] known for her dramatic back-1es a luncheon and card MM ground in the Miami area, plays i Tuesday. March 17th. at fc? the role of Mrs. Schwitsky, wife of | Restaurant. Assisting *i Poppa Mrs. Marx was active in j rangements are the MesdanJ ISO Stage and Radio work during j Finestone. Celia Ruppert. Di the war sears and has also been Moss. Regina Morris. Gatil seen in Civic Theater productions stock. Lena Popkin, Anna | here. and Charlotte Sellinger. M APE FRESH D Alt] Israel Tourist Service Arranges Cruise To Jewish State; Sail On Swedish Lines The Israel Tourist Service has arranged a luxury 28-day cruise to the Mediterraneon and Israel. It will sail from London on SepListen To SCHACHTER'S New Yiddish Program Every Si-ndoy, WMBM, 12 to 2 p.m. This program is the first and has the largest listening audience Features the Jcwhh Philosopher NORMAN R. LYONS, News SHOSHANA SPECTOR and RABBI S. A. RUCIN tember 29th. on the new Swedish Lloyd Flagship, the SS Patricia. Carrying 230 First class passengers lor the cruise, the SS Patricia will call at Lisbon Band Athens before proceeding to Haifa and Tel Aviv for five days in the Promised Land rs will use the ship as their hotel while in Israel. Special -hore excursions have been arranged with visits to Haifa. Jerusalem and Tel Aviv and the various settlements that have played such an important part in caring !"r In-placed Persons from Europe and other parts ol the Near Fast. ft ianticipated thai the President "i Israel and other leading Gov' officials will receive the during their stay, Returning, with stop overs in Al. iers and Cadiz, the cruise will terminate in Le Hi •• and pasengers tnaj spend a few days in Paris befon returning to New York. Transatlantic passage to aand • '!i Europe habet n made in conjunction with the lunard • U am Ship i i a ;'.:: from New York on S pti iber 23rd, "ti the H.MS Qui and retain n the RMS Q iei n E on October 28th. On arrival in bngland on September 28th, a reception and banquet will be held at' d bj pr rnagea, including MiExcellency the Israeli Minister to the Court ol St The n< w I.-irj l .'..-(• ship, the SS Patricia, ha; inten tures that will IK 1 appreciated by; American tourists The Royal j Suite, which is designed in the national colors of Sweden, is normally reserved for His Majesty, j the King, and members of the Royal Family. Flagship of the j Swedish Lloyd Line, the SS Patriacia holds the Blue Ribbon for the North Sea and is ideally suited for the De Luxe Mediterranean cruising. Maany leading figures from the United States will participate in the visit to Israel. For further information, inquiries may be addressed to Lsrael Tourist Service. 250 West 57th Street. 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MARCHOJ953 Roosevelt Is UN Association Guest jy; Speaks At U of M, Auditorium Franklin Delano Roosevelt, I the Board of Directors of the UN [now a volunteer worker for Association at 5 p.m., in the BisIcrican Association of the ne Terrace Hote [Nations, will speak here on | tiled Nations And Our ReCijtv at an open meeting on March 13th. 8:30 p.m., at ,de County Auditorium un[auspices of the United NaLociation of Greater Mi+Je*l*tnnrMi r Ll admission is free. A secFseats will he reserved for L of the Association here. [memberships are $3. Aprs mav be made with Mrs. Herman. 1159 NW 4th hedcrick Kouth. president jii's United Nations Assofwill preside over the meet\. ft Franklin William, vice nt of the University and f the faculty, will introduce posevelt. I for her stay include speakihe University at 11:30 a.m., luncheon in the Faculty %  Room following. There will Tpecial closed meeting with View Presentation Of Painting To lonaca; Irving Straus Is Portraitist 10.000 persons crowding It Park last week saw the (ation of an oil portrait to |La Monaca. conductor and f of Bayfront's weekly conire. kl portrait, painted by Irvlu>. was made of La Monline sittings. Miami Beach Councilman Harold Turk made the j presentation. La Monaca, who conducts his own symphonic band, came to Mi| ami Beach in 1924. Two years lat| cr, he organized the weekly conj cert series that has been presented | here ever since. He has also conducted the American Legion Drum and Bugle Corps and for 19 years was in charge of the Greater Miami Drum and Bugle Corps. For 12 years, the 66-year-old musician was conductor of the 265th Coastal Artillery National Guard Band, as well. Straus, who is a painter of considerable note, has had exhibitions of his work throughout the country, including Boston. New York City, Hartford and New Haven. More recently, he helped pioneer in the development of the Miami Beach Community Center. Straus studied painting in the major art centers of Europe. 1 *3\ VBK yn tva. ^jJO.lKpKl ^Sftt^OV lift Rabbi Joseoh E. RackoTsky 945 Michigan Arenue Miami Beach Phono 5-3595 WARD A. LEVINE • IRVING BLASBERG BEACH MEMORIAL CHAPEL IAIR CONDITIONED uur Own Parking Facilities; Adjoining The Chapel T i?L AND MI AMI BEACH'S FINEST AND LARGEST JEWISH FUNERAL HOME 5-2100 or 5-5844 24-HOUB SERVICE AMERICA-S MOST BEAUTIFUL FUNERAL HOMES I 850 ^TON ROAD • MIAMI BEACH c W. HEARD. Funeral Director PAGE 11 B MADE Published below i| another in a series of lessons in modem conversational Hebrew which will' be published 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 Spector, faculty member at the Hebrew Academy, Miami Beach. This and subsequent lessons will appear here in conjunction with a program over radio station WMDM on Sundays at 12 noon. Entitled, Let Us Learn Hebrew, the program is conducted by M,ss Spector and is a feature of Jacob SchachterS Jewish Hour. The Jewish Floridian will provide the visual aid necessary to participate in the course. Is the restaurant good? Ha'im ham-mis'a-dah TH^D TrfflW WQ None like it! En ka-mo-hah! 1^3 y$ O.K., let us go Tov, ha-vah ne-lech AT THE RESTAURANT BAM MIS-'A-DAH Good evening, Sir '£-rev tov 'ado-ni • i fti n ?7 '^ D myoaa TT I • .-ji-TJ? ,3lD 3*157 Waiter, please give me a Mel-?ar, be-vak-ka shah ten .men ,l ? Tfl 710222 nvbn menu li taf-rit, '" TIT % Here, Sir, is the menu and Hin-neh 'ado-ni ha-taf-rit a glass of water, too ve-gam kos ma-yim Thanks much To-dah rab-bah Mosheh, I am looking at Mo-sheh, 'a-ni mab-bit 'al the menu and I do not ha-taf-rit ve'en 'a-ni understand it me-vin Hebrew Made Easy is published by the Liveright Publishing Company. 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PAGE 12 B i dUtflvrkMar) FRIDAY. Plan Final Trades **> o, id seitlin Division Rally R n ""' l ^ metkl0 A final Trades Division dinner rally and report meeting has been called by Chairman Sam Heiman for Thursday evening. 6:30 p.m., March 19th. at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel. Responsible for the major portion of the SI.398.000 campaign goal of the Combined Jewish Appeal, the Trades Division has already raised 68.4 percent of its 1953 quota. Gifts collected to date in the Trades Division have alreadv exceeded 81 percent of the 1952 quota, according to Heiman. About 40 industries, trades and professions will be represented at the dinner affair which is scheduled to climax a whirlwind campaign conducted in the current drive by business-men throughout Dade County. Scheduled to appear on the program will be Howard Kane, general campaign chairman, and Carl Weinkle. president of the Greater Miami Jew:>h Federation and head : Carl's Markets here. La?t of the trade unitto hold their fund raising functionwas the big I"'-.,! Division which attracted more than 50 leaders in istry a* a dim r i n rhurs '. rch 12th. expect .... %  %  : Pro : .. %  \ • tion in the Manui ; v Dr. David J. Seitlin. of 2246 SW 1st Street. Miami, will resume the practice of dentistry after two Or. David Stittin ol n .'• %  wi'h th • I'nited Most of this i acl t in I : isl \ n. Dr. Seitlin Uj [enhr S II t ii i." il %  I reports i in -. •• %  I from i'.i i: Bai :• • Si Inej I loldstone, office tquipment and paper pnxiuct>: ard Sterling;, department stores: Leo Ackerman. Henry Gins; erg and Frank Rose. Insurance; Group in% %  • Coinccrv Drama! I ... Coh -i B ib l.\nn Sandy Michelberg, Maxine Brani I. %  •. ine Nornta Green. \1 Bolin ..:iil Martha Michelberg. Gersb in Miller is technical producer. Miss Marie Moscowitz will be the scenery director. Aaron Gluckowsky is stage manager and Dr Charles Werblow. Miami Stanley Bennet and Terry Wall will Beach physicians. Others scheduled to report are Dr. Kurt Wellisch. Joseph Post and David Stuzin. accountants; and Myron Zeientz. brokers. A quota be understudies. Mrs. Gershon Miller is director of the production. Meetings are held every Tuesday evening, 830 p.m., at the Beach Branch. The smashing report is expected from group is also beginning to cast for George J. Bertman, chairman of George Bernard Shaw's. Don Juan group. In Hell. To Our Jewish Customers Miami Dairies Inc. announePH Kotther For Passover Milk & Dairy Product* nee? -\cz Under the supervision oi Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashrus Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Director 42 0 N.W. 29th Street Pho ne 2-6022 Genera) Repair on all Make Truck* and Cars Electric and Acetylene Welding COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wreck. Rebuilt — Body Repairs and Painting Free Plck-Up and Delivery — Wrecker Service Phones 1-2244. MM g40 g w „ h gtr# t Outstanding: Citizens To Be Cited April 8th Plans for tb sixth annual Outstanding Citizen's Award were completed this week with the RDnouncemenl that the selection of the Outstanding Man And Woman ,.( 1(152 Will be held at Rayfront Park on Wedntwdajr evening. April 8th The announcement was made by Michael M Iwnberg. chairman of the committee in charge of arrangements. Nomination blanks have been distributed to all civic, veterans and service groups of Dade County. Nominations are also open to the general public, and anyone desiring to enter the name of a candidate may do so at 1407 Biscayne RuiMinC. Room HOT. or at any of the branches of the Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association. Deadline for nominations is midnight. April 1-t The award is made annually by a group representing various civic j organizations to the man and woman who have been outstanding in their civic contributions to and in Dade Count}'. The awards are in the form of ; metal figurines and are donated. b) Joseph ll Lipton, president of' Dade Federal % %  |i r wa< I %  %  >' iti %  • | ninenl s| [or the on April tion with the I concert LaMonaca The M ties in Counl : %  -, e< I proclamal Apri Bth as %  Amid celebrations marking the tilth anniversary 4\ liberation attended by Prime Minister David Ben-Gu eign Minister Moshe Sharett and other Israeli leads continued this week on the construction of new model] from locally quarried gypsum bricks. Specially i withstand the intense desert heat, the housei are I two walls—the exterior having a cons.r:: supply J flowing through it, thus cooling and insulating ttoj the house from the scortching sun. Zai icra Sisterhood Lists March Activity > iter Sistei I th in hi i 18th, 12:30 Chii H I : be ic. J :.. %  .*.< I i" and cards, acrig to Mrs Lou Kroll chair As-si ,.' are Mr Rub} rii ar and Mrs Mas Fi iedsoo. A Pui ntitled. Ms i Purim Spii I %  featured during the lunch. In charge are Mrs. Bernhard I hesman and Mrs Barn. j Flaum The cast includes Man. Kllen Hoodwin, Esther Rogers. Fanny Cohen. Betty Friedman, Sara Grcbin antf, Klza Ferdick. The Sisterhood will hold its regular monthly meeting on the 18th. at 8 p.m.. with the program under | the direction of Mrs. David Mat ter, religious vice president. Passover will be the featured theme. On Monday. March 23rd, 8 p.m.. Sisterhood members will hold a Paid Up Membership Coffee under the chairmanship of Mrs. Harry Freidson. Assisting are Mrs, Berta Marder and Mrs Romola Locke. A musical presentation by the Three i Score and Ten Club, under the guidance of Mrs F.mma Gilmartin, will be featured performers, Mrs. I Chesman and Mrs Flaum will cochair the affair. YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR ON NEW TIME WINZ proudly presents The Dean .1 Jewish Ceamoataten MORRIS NASATIR IVItT SUNDAY 7 to 1:1$ .... IVERY TUESDAY 7H lM POCONO HIGHLAND CAMfl BOYS SEPARATf. 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MARCH 13, J?53_ *-*i*l>nr>riei#un PAGE 13 B Helene Benator To Address Life 's Lunch; Women's CJA Is Sponsor lelene Benalar. authority m of the Modern world. Jthe French underground [ and a noted lawyer has L'r her first visit in this I participate in the Life tncheon sponsored by the [pivision tain government and to prepare records on each of the internees. The following year she was appointed United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration liaison officer for displaced persons in Philippeville. Algeria. Two of Greater Mij years later she was named Joint .b.neri Jewish Appeal. al gifts function of the paign will be held on %  R* Distribution Committee delegate for North Africa. Assisting Mrs. Herman with arrangements for the affair which is expected to attract 500 women is the following group of workers representing Dade County's largest women's organizations: The Mesdames Tena Katz. B'nai B'rith Women'* Council; Bernard Kanter, Kadimah Chapter Pioneer Women; Irwin Lobbic, Kadimah Chapter Pioneer Women; Harold Spaet, Mount Sinai Hospital Auxiliary; S. Nudelman, Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Women; I. B. Kaplan, Beth Sholem PTA; I: Laibson. B'nai B'rith Tropical Lodge; Frances Makovsky, Jewish Home for the Aged Auxiliary; Murray Mattes, North Shore B'nai B'rith Women; Herman Brenner, Coral Gables B'nai B'rith Women's Chapter; and Ruth Schuldiner, Louis Brandeis Auxiliary. Others serving on working committees for the Life Saver's Luncheon include the Mesdames Benjamin Appel, Max Applebaum, Joseph Arkin, Irving Bachrach, Abraham Barkan, Max Bergman, Herman Brenner. Fay Davis. Ben Diaive pledged support to the mond, Miss Clara Goldenberg. LilH. Helene Benator pioon, March 17th, at Bill liviera. is organizations in Dade hich is dedicated to the [of saving lives in Israel rid the Iron Curtain and Irtin? a host of welfare in this country, as well as It Miami. han Mrs Saul Herman will ltd bv Mrs. Sol Silverman lian Goodman, W. Groner, Howard Grove, Ben Hammerman, I. E. Harris, Joseph Hutner. The Mesdames Benjamin Kline, Morris Kogan, Herschel Leschel, Nettie Lane, Louis Loeb, Murray Mattes, Joseph Mintzes, David Murray, Samuel Nudelman. TheoJean Lehman, co-chairdore Pritikin. Alfred Rajna, Rob fund raising event will |terics of six programs conthc Women's Division of the Combined Jewish ert Rodenberg, Donald Rubin, Bob Schwartz, Henry Seitlin, Abraham Shedroff, Louis Shapiro. Harry Schiff, Frank Wallins. Irving WcsThe Division, headed by'tin, Oscar Zeltzer, Alexander Leis Glasser, has attained bow. Burton Engels. Frieda Kal80 percent of its quota st ein, William I. Feuer, Joseph Bent campaign. |shawmut, Gert Feldman, Matilda jBenatar is known as the j Ratner. Wolfic Cohen and Harry h'ho defied the pro-Nazi Khorities to save Jewish ortly after the French suri Nazi Germany, at a time ou-anrls of Jewish refusing Ilitlerism were arrivfcocco, Mme. Benatar helppnd became the first pres|be Moroccan Refugee Aid t later, the pro Nazi Vichyp in Morocco decreed that piffles was a criminal act. Platoff. (*ablcs Venter Men To If Id Winner MPnnee The Men's Club of the Coral Gables Jewish Center will hold a dinner dance on Tuesday evening, March 17th, 8:30. p.m.. at the Center. Featured will bdl Charlie Farrell, rtties closed the Refu0 f Park Avenue fafhe, and Milt off/ice and demanded that natar surrender her recjfcw. The records were W never recovered by the fng Morocco's liberation "Ps in 1943, Mme. Benafnvited by the authorities JgtD concentration camp "" in Morocco by the PeRoss and Louise Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Show Business. Chairman of the affair is Samuel B. Meyers. The committee in charge of arrangements includes Herb Gelernler, Sol Bodian, Joe Koven, Louis Tanner, Louis Auerbach and Sam Weissel. Proceeds are earmarked for the Center Fund. Matzos, Matzo Products, Coffee, Nuts—In Fact YOUR ENTIRE PASSOVER NEEDS may be obtained at the %  Ml %  mi % % %  in inn mum \ %  null nil ullllull II IIIII 170 N. W. FIFTH STREET PHONE 2-9814 HAROLD PONT IRVIN GORDON Dade County teen agers lend their support to the 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal. Shown at a breakfast of organization presidents held in the Royal Palm Hotel are (left to right) Emanuel 2r v rdmDl0r f ,he CIA Teen A( 3 e Unit -' Geor 9 e Lefcoe. president of the Town Branch OMJCC Youth Council; Paul Weiss, vice president of Senior Judaea Council (Zionist Youth); Edward Finkelstein, president of the B'nai B'riJi Youth Council; Cliff Freed, president of the Miami Beach Branch GMJCC; and Efraim Gale, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center and gene ral chairman of the CJ A Youth Di vision. CJA Workers Set Pep Rally Today A workers pep rally luncheon has been called by leaders in the Apartment House Division in behalf of the 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal, according to Seymour Rubin, chairman. The group, representing more than 1,000 volunteer workers in the new Division, will meet for lunch today in the offices of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, 420 Lincoln Road. Campaign Chairman Howard Kane will appear before the group to hear a report on the proeress in the Apartment House Division. Reporting for the Miami Beach group will be Daniel Broad and a key committee consisting of Meyer Teigman, Charles Levin, Sol GoldI man and Irving Schatzman. The : committee is responsible for cov, erage of nearly 2.000 apartment ; houses in the Miami Beach area. Reporting for the Miami section will be Moe Kurman and Harry J. Miller, co-chairmen. One-half the quota set for the Dade County area is expected to be announced at the luncheon meeting. Cooperation in the Combined Jewish Appeal was recently assured the CJA chairman at a meeting of the Miami Beach Apartment Association directed by Alfred A. Lesser, president. 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PAGE M B 9-JewlsiJhridSaiL Senators Protest Genocide; Won't Bricker Resolution Remains Touchy US Problem; Regard Anti-Semitism As World-Wide In Scope r^hoslovakia is %  worst alrodti f Nero against the By MILTON FRIEDMAN 1953, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc i WASHINGTON — A number of Senators protesting against Soviet 11 failed tO reach the level and Twelve. contracting partj therefore and we Christian are not. of those perpetrated by Hitler Since the US is not a contracting against the Jews," said Rusk, He parts we are nut qualified under; (<1 i ( | tn ,. Senators that "BO <>ne the pact to call on the UN to take ,..„, y ,, t have forgotten the organasking I tor me prevention ui BUHIWW !" — against "' genocide or related acts. The at the P ;IC < not "'v covers the actual exanti-Semitism find themselves in action governed by the UN Charter j/( (i butchery of racial groups by the Nazis, our enemies in World War II. which resulted in the extermination "t some 6.000000 termination of a group but also guards against anil Semitic incite ment and conspiracy to commit genocide. Last May. the Under Secretary ( u|( |);u I emerg ed during the last of state. David K. Bruce, told a ,•,,„_,,-,., ...mai year, it was revealsub-committee that enact the strange position of asking; for the prevention or suppression United Nations action Communist genocide and same time opposing American ratification of the United Nations Convention on Genocide. Senator Irving M Ives, a New 5 Republican, made a passion ate condemnation of Soviet action against Jews. He suggested that a proposed Senate protest resolution be "amended so that our government will be urged to bring this •.,m to the attention of the United Nations for appropriate action." Ives pointed out that "it should be handled through the instrumentality of the United Nations and not by direct contact beour government and the gov• oi Soviet Russia Bui what Ives forgot was thai he is tl [ tl 52 ners ol the i Ri itioi rhis lb. that Sei icker said ned to present & 1 tsas the G and Hum Con • n. son l\ es wanted the i il • thr igh thi V may thai he felt Soviet anti• -:n a world t an nment ; teat v harm than S it h a unilat jew s." The campaign to block Senate ratification Ol such international 1 human rights accord83 the geno Senate ment of the Bricker Resolution • %  would jeopardize the influem I the United State-In the world today." Bruce said, I believe thai if the government were prohibited from entering into anj such treaties, we must reckon with the obvious fact thai the United States would have losl itstanding in the forum of world politics to attack the d< spotism ol the Kremlin." Rabbi In in \ Miller, president of the Zionist Or aniz iti m %  : Vi e ica, suggested at a protest me in New York thai "the Ann • i at the United Nations would do well I er whether a and its satel re nol ves open to the chargi i ide II the Vmer ican di i t< ncluded thai a %  was iii-iii!''.! thej would be in no position to uch a charge. Apparently. the fighl %  'ide must first be won in the is Senate be fore it cap • • %  %  mda hich alleges that the l S is allied with Israel %  : iracy against the CominIronically. however, the t 'N l\ i sous hi u as pn • i Bricker Resolution to which bed. Hitler's ant Jewish m thi i\' nacted the i i i ; ad ..a safeguard against any repetition of the (pass destruc". %  i religious or ethnic groups, The US recommended at the I N that the pact be adopted because the US was mindful of what might be expected from the Soviet Union This pact was subject to ratification by individual UN mem herThe is Senate, however, refused to ratify it. The pact was ratified by Czechoslovakia with reservations regarding articleNine through the I N dnst the S Senator Robert .V Taft, Republican policy leader in the Senate. I thi I Irick -r Resolution. It idifficult to envision Republican nst the party own res i lution Tl '• Genocide i 'onvention has been pending before the Senate since 1949. Major Jewish oi izations, including the B'nai B'rith and American Jewish Committee, have sough) itratification. In liiJSO. Dean Rusk, then Deputy Under Secretary. Of State, begged the Senate to ratify the agreement. He told a Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee that our foreign polIcj required ratification of a treats designed to discourage persecution ,'d by the introduction in the Sen ate ol the Bricker Resolution tech nicalls identified as Senate .bunt Resolution 130. This resolution provided for a Constitutional amendment t" prohibit American ratification of 1 N eitorts on behalf ol minorities. Bricker openly proclaimed thai "the UN draft Cos enanl on Human Rights has been the primary target ol my criticism" When the new session ol Congress convened this year the resolution was re introduced and now bears 62 signatures. Secti in Three ol the original ition would actually nullify the le UN Charter requiring passage ol laws es tablishing religious and racial tj and non-discrimination. The Genocide and Human Rights i ntions wo killed by -%  ti 'i! One. Bricker condemned those trying lo protect minorities, branding them "opportunists." He said "Part Three ol the draft cos defining economic, social, and cultural rights, Would make the pretensions ol Marxian social ism the supreme lass oi the land.' Sponsors of the Brk :er Resolution claim that the t N desires to "interfere in matters essentially within the domestic jurisdiction oi its members." The Bricker [action favors the genocide pact give the UN a voice in domestic minority problemand thereby might "abridge" the "right" of Southern States to discriminate against Negroes what the i N seeks to do is not to abridge rights but to extend protection to individuals all over the world. Under the IN convention's definition of genocide there would be protection against any "intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a racial, cthHere's a suggestion that "takes the cake" — a to made with Dromedary Devil's Food Mix for the bottom I and Dromedary White Cake Mix for the upper one. R. are on the Dromedary packages. Top the cake with I dary Shredded Fresh Coconut and Dromedary Dat e5 Dromedary Fudge and Frosting Mix between layers, time, from Dackaae to pan, for preparing the two approximately seven minutes. The fros'ing takes 1 four minutes to fix. All these items, as well as all other! dary products, are strictly kosher and carry the "U" the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations on the pad <6 Ol religious or racial groups "The meal, national, or religious group." Between You and Ma By BORIS SMOLAR (Copyright, 195i, Jewish Telegraphic Agencv. for WASHINGTON TRENDS: Presi-1 Zionist Council, but also.. dent Eisenhower la being Hooded nd peiroimel prohtaij with letters and telegrams from all _„„„,,„,„ ,. _„_. f .,. i %  .. meantime, the -unimer parts ol the countrv asking that the United States Government act energetically through the United Nationto check the anti-Jewish propaj anda in the Iron Curtain countries Similar communications are also being received in lane numbers at the State Depart-' ment while Elsenhower doesj' DO) hesitate to lash out against i Moscow's anti.Somitism, the State Department's policy la not to attack the Kremlin for its specific campaign against Jews, and Israel It prefers to condemn Russia's prosecution of Jews. Christians and Moslems in general This puts the Jews in the same category with the Ukrainians, Byelorussians and Other nationalities in the Soviet I Union Whether this policy of. no, singling out the Jews as victim A encv wl ansfett of the Communist anti-Jewish drive will help check the drive, is doubt•'I by those who advocate stronger iction They point out that Mosow docs not hesitate to single out the Jewi in charging them with 'espionage" for the United States ... And they wonder why the State Department prevented the Senate from adopting a resolution speciii ally condemning Soviet anti-Semitism by watering it down The answer to this is. of course. hat some officials in the State Department are afraid that if Washington comes out in defense of the lews alone in Moscow's anti-Jew-h campaign, Stalin may utilize it "proof" that the Jews are ers are entitled to i vanowjl Thus, the real rooriaitanj the American Jewish kSSL^SS" mZS? Club officers are Balsam president, circulation director of Th^ewim Kan* wXTsv' gals, treasurer; and David Drucker, secretary. ". wunam bviis American agents" What a peculiar way of thinking! • •. ZIONIST AFFAIRS: Although 'he plenum of the American Zion'st Council voted this week to expand its activities by taking over -ome functions from the Jewish \gency, such expansion will not take place for some time There svill have to be protracted talks between the Jewish Agency and Jhe American Zionist Council on •he transfer of functions which the Vgency wants to hand over these talks cannot be started now. when some of the leaders of both groups are in Europe preparing for the international Jewish conference VIEWS ON JEWS: Men* the American Jewish who are pessimistic a ture of Judaism in thisi > should read The WordiON Brandeis just published man Publishers. .. Been views of the late Juswe" on many aspects of u. his views on the future' can Jewry and ho ,,. that Americanism and J* of the same pattern • • Brandeis said "' ha f. much thought to the w American Jewish corns* cause he was sure tW ways be there .. • AM" undoubtedly make in lieved. but what of % %  not persecution, coa^jj. difference claimed JJ he asked %  r !" L ,


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iy, MARCH J3,J953_ LEGAL KOilC ICE' +Jewlst> rkwMlnr, F5I H DA0B COUNTY. FLOR-eiRCUlT COURT.OFJHE .el !" JUC feER nitntiff. O APKtAR £2 fffiSS SST!&g tu-in. Wd ,. bhi m eomniaini to rile the original the Clerk "f tnis court, ii t ,, %  Apr" •• w '' lse Bald KHsrsi M y rss, .v.. mt < th t n LEATHERMAN, c'j,.,K ,,1 said Circuit Court u, u.u u sic" KINU, Deputj Clerk — 4/3 __ riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW I.-E IS HEREBY CIVEN that EriKned, deslrlna I" engage In under the fielitlous name of UCHS BAKF.KY AND OVEN tol', .11 .in. I'once de Leon Ej ,';,,i iii %  -. Intend to reglMer 1 with the Clerk of the Or, „[ n-i.i, County. Florida. VICTi Hi KEISS in-ltl |IIM.'KU Owners Ai Co-Partners k HKIM IN KAEI.AN [y< for A| rants BldK I 3 riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW "1 |8 HKItKHY C.IVEN that Jrdfiied, desiring to engage In uncle' Hi' f' t itlous name of BoW.NTOVVNKK DAK. I'Ai'KJTnltK AM 1 UH'NOBi at 3 sl Bin 1, Miami, Intends to ,1 wltn the Cer* iii 1 ..r 1 ijiir County, CIVIC HA It. INC. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. KLOR. IDA. IN CHANC&RY. No. 147306 LKNORE HAAS. PUlntlff l A "J{!,?' : tw HAA8 "efendant. NOIICI* BY PUULlCAIION TO: LAWRENCE J. HAAS, ;n> Radnor Roan, Urea! Neck, Long taiand New fork. YOU AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a mil of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you In the above entitle 1 1.. lee and you are hereby required to serve a copy ,,1 TOUT Answer to the BUI ol Complaint mi the I'lainilff'B attorneys, and file the original In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the Hat clay of March, 1963, otherwise a Deoree i*ro Confc.i*, win be entered against you. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive Weeks In THE JEWISH 1 LORIDIAN. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 2nd day of March, llij.'l. E. H LBATHERMAN Clerk, Circuit Court By: WM. W. .STOCKING Deputy Clerk I'ALLOT, SILVER & MULLOY Attorneys for I'lulnttfl MM Ingraham Building Miami, t-lorlda 3/6-13-20-27 ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 'i: is 11KREBY GIVEN that di -ii Ing in engage In %  ficiii loui name ol jl •. nil I'RI 'DUCTS CO., \ A %  Ti 1 race, .Miami. ti %  1 a ul name Circuit Court I'otinl IsEi'ii M UiRA M. Bole rwner HKIM KN .v K U'l.AN .nit CIRCUIT COURT OF THE iNTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN FOR DADL COUNTY, FLORCHANCERY. No. 157299 i VALENTINE, Plaintiff [ v w. I:\VI\I:. i', fendant. ICE BY PUBLICATION RK VALENTINE I.KRN'KH > S'l'i IRE .IN STKEE r I IAYTI >N, OHR > [AUI: hen in quired to sen %  uiir nnswer t.i the Kill of |lnt fur Divorce upon 1'laintiff's unil I.. f|l the in Initial ansIth the Clerk of the Circuit |n or before the day of ApDtherwlse the Bill of Comheretofore filed will i by you. Eh at Miami, Florida, this 2 tl ll i: I. I.EATHERMAN Clerk of circuit Court I'ul' County, Florida B) \\ \i W. STOCKINQ I •• It) Clerk nd Address of An • |N R LYONS' Jlyin|i:.i Hide. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF DADE COUNTY, FLORID/*. IN CHANCERY. No. 156957 QWBNDLTN ROLLE, Plaintiff va. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI, et al., Defendants NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To: THE FIRST NATIONAL HANK OF MIAMI, SICCESSOK BY CONSOLIDATION TO THE FIRST TRUST COMPANY, FORMERLY KNOWN AS THE FIRST TRUST & BAVINQB HANK, anil all unknown successors, assigns, grantei'M. beneficiaries, creditors or other parties claiming by. Ihroiigh, under or against said defendant, and who are not known to be dead or alive; and all other person* or parties otherwise having in claiming any right, title, claim or interest In or to the foUowIng described property, situate, lying ami being In Dade County, Florida, to wit: Lots II and 12 In Block 3, of DIXIE HEIQHTS GARDENS, RI cording to the i'lat thereof, recorded In i'lat Booh 81, at Page 32, of the I'ulil.c Records of Dade County, Florida. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a sun to MIIII t title to the above described property lias been filed against you m the above entitled cause, and you are hereb) requested to serve a copy of your answer to the bill of complaint herein on Hie plaintiffs attorneys, RICHARD KRKICER FINK and STEPHEN A. SPEAR. 112 I lulldlng, Mia mi, i and to file ti i Iglnal in the office of the clerk of the above Court on or before the nth day of March, 1953, or a default win be entered against you. DATED this ISth day of February, 1953. E. It LBATHERMAN Clerk of the circuit Court Dade County, Florida By: WM. W. STOCKING RICHARD KKEICEK FINK and STEPHEN A. SI'EAR Attorneys for Plaintiff 412 Congress Building, Miami, Florida 2/20-27 — 3/6-13 ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW f ,: IS IIKItEIIY GIVEN that di -.i lni in eng • IICtltloUB n mie Of l i '' i nlllna Ava Mlto n 1 ol the Cln in Dade County, Florida DINAH WOLDER flCE UNDER FICTITIOUS I NAME LAW IS HEREBY OrVEN that ina I" luigage in flctltl IM name of IV J l-I.NESB GUIDE, at I0M I ntend to 11 | i tel ''" n.-rk of the Clrsnof Dade County, Florida. '•HARLES JULIUS HERMAN LEVINS UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW i..., "KKEBY iMVEN that Vim, ,' -.I %  %  ""* to engage In lOPMiAui ,1 ,M % %  i ngage in [ RI .II nun,, of V Krome AvL f I I ,,|c Pw( U f,', :i '" IIISOWN s > fc A 8 .,, I .'lilt;, nvnir 1 it im %  '•, NK AI.'S;II-AI, £••• menu >l "' 1 Hulldliig, R.TON R^TJ^HjyueR NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 29535 A In Re: ESTATE OF REBECCA CORDOVI. Deceased To All Creditors a-.d All Persons Having Claims o* Demands Against Said Estate: ou. untl each Of you, are hereby notified and rei|iiireil to present any olalmi and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the state of RLBECCA CORDOVI, Beceased late of Brooklyn, New York, but owning assets In the Slate ol Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their i. fines In the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, Within eight calejnl.tr months from the date Ol the lu-t publication hereof. Bald claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant ami to be sworn to and presented aa %  nd, or same win be barred. Date February 14. AD. 1953. MRS. RAY I [OS EN THAI.. As Administratrix of the Estate of REBECCA CORDOVI, I in cased. TURK at N i:\v.\i \.v Attorneys for Administratrix 42" Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Fla. -720-27 — 3/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE '3 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In hilslnVss' under the fictitious name of NATIONAL KOSHER SACSAGE COMPANY and H'l.< HtlDA NATION Al. KOSHER SACSAGE COMPANY, .it ISO N.W. 5th Street, Miami. Intend to register said name with the Clara of the Circuit Cunt of Dade Cqunty, Florida. ISRAEL NATIONAL KOSHER SACSAGE COMPANY WEINKI.i: A KE88LER Attorneys for Applicant Nil S.yl.olil Bldg. —3/6-13 IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No 27458-B RE: ESTATE OF ESRKL KLITMAN, Dei i K I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is herein given thai I have filed niv fti .ii report and pi tltlon for Final Discharge as Executrix of the estate of B8REL, FLI I'M AN. <•,taken against you for the r.-iicf demanded in the Hill of Complaint. i'lns notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Honda, this 3 day ,,r March, A 11. Circuit Court, l >ade County, i E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, By M. c. GREEN ill Court Si aii i teputy I 'ink Attornes for Plaintiff S23 Seybold Bldg. .Miami, l-"l : :: 8-13-3 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 15728D H '.-KM \l:n: CLEONTES, Plaintiff vs. ROBERT JOHN CLEI INTES. I lefendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To. ROBERT JOHN CLEONTES, K7 West sTth Btreet, New York City, New York. You are required to serve a copy of the Answer to the Hill of Complain! IIIMIII the plaintiff's attorney, MORTON ROTHENBERO, 42" Lincoln Road, .Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before April 2, IMt; otherwise, said Hill will Intaken as confessed by you. Dated this 2 day of February, 1933. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit < iourl By It. II RICE. JR. I Seal I Deputy Clerk .1111.1-20-27 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 157185 MARY BHINN, Plaintiff vs. NORWOOD SIIIN.W Defendant. YOI', NORWOOD BHINN, arc hereby notified to file your defensive pleadings to this suli with this court's Clerk I serve n copj on Plaintiffs attorneys. Hutner .v Hutner, Olympla Bldg., Miami. Fla., on or before March 10. 1963 IComplain! will be taken as fi • i by you. Date,I: Feb. :'•;. 1953, E. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Court Beal) By WM, W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk, :: 3-lS-20'-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of THE CHICKEN COOP, at 1303 N.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami. Dade County. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court 01 Dade County, Florida. ROA8TMA8TER O HG'oRATION ii|. FLORIDA, a Florida corporation KHIIARD KREIGER FINK Attorney for Roeetmaster Corporation of Florida 119 c ingress Building 2 17 IM-lt'20 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION !! %  sX!l l L£L N ?.i T c OURT OF THE 5r5Yfi N TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 157394 II LIA ADELINE SHERIDAN, Plaintiff. TIIO.MAS PATRICK SHERIDAN. TO THOMAfl PATWCK^HBRIDAN IIBS New York Avenue Brooklyn, N, w York ion are required to serve a coinof your answer to the Hill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiffs attornev, and to file the original answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit lourt on or I,.fore the tith day of April. AD. 1H53: otherwise, the Bill of < pmplalnt for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will bo taken as confessed by you. Dated nt Miami. Florida, this the 4th day of March, IMS, E H LBATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, !" Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court Sea!) Hv: WM W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk Name and Address of Plaintiffs Solicitor: MILTON A. FRIEDMAN HUM Beybold Bldg., Miami. Florida J/e13-2U-27 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT UJ*S? .FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 29b26-B in Re: ESTATE OF liill.lc SLIIMERTZLER, Deceased All Creditors and All Pereons Having t lalma or Demands Against Said *. u and e ac h of you nre nereby notified and required to present anv claims and demands which you, or eitner of you, may have against the estate of PHILIP BCHMbRTZLER deceased late of Dade County, Florida to the Honorable County Judges or Dade Iminly, and file the same in their offices iii the Countv Courthouse 111 Dade County, Florida, within eight ean-iidar niontns trom the flate ,| the first publication hereof. Saul claims M demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and preaented as aforesaid, or same win be barred. Date February 2.1. AD. 19S3 LILLIAN SCHMERTZLER, AS Administratrix W NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of FORMOST KOSHER SAUSAGE CO., at 230 N.W. r,th Street. Miami, intends to register said name with the C.-ik of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. PORMOST KOSHHR SAUSAGE COMPANY A Pennsylvania Corporat. a WEINKLE & KES8LER Attorneys for Applicant 814 Seybold Rldg. 2/20-27 — 3/6-13 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 29178-B In Re: ESTATE OF' MAPRICE F'lSHER. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Aga.nst Said FJstate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to preaenl %  : %  > claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of MAPRICE FISHER, deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the HON. FRANK E. DOWLINO, County Judge of Dado County, ana file the same in his office in the county Courthouse In Dade C inty, Florida, within elghl ^A 1 ad from the date of the first pub 1tlon hereof. Said claims or di to contain the legal address %  :' the clalmanl and to be sworn to a 1 presented aa aforesaid, or same bai 11 I. 1 ate February 19, A D 1953 MINNIE FISHER, As Administratrix of the Estate ol MAURICE FISHER, 11 BURNETT K 'I'll Attorney for Administratrix 112 Coni 1 lilding Miami, Florida 2/27 — 3/6-13 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 156982 PEOGY KITKEs. Plaintiff, vs. HY.MAN RITKB8, Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION To: HY.MAN KITKES. 130 Bouth Bth Street, Brooklyn, New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce has bean filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your answer or pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiffs attorney. DAVID A. FRANK, 403 Olympia Building, Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in tho Office of the Clerk of the C Court on or before the 2.",th ii March. I95S. if you fail to d 1 so, Judgment by default will be taken against you, DATED at Miami. Florida, this 19tb) day ol February, ir>3. B, B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Com!. I ".ol.1 'ouniv. Flol Ida B) WM, w BTOCK Deput) Cli CIRCUIT COURT SEAL DWID A FRANK Mtnrnev for Plslntlff 4113 1 >Ij mpia Building _; .. 6-11-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the in ilersigm d. desiring to eng %  business under the fictitious name or F'LORIDA KEYS D It I FTWQO D STUDIOS, 1096 N.W, aiiih Street Miami, intends to register said name with the Cl.rk of the circuit Court or Dole County, Florida. BERNARD KLINOW \V EINSTEIN. W EINSTEIN A WKINSTEIN Attorneys (or Applicant lit) Lincoln Road 2/20WJ7 — 3/6-13 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Tha Jawlh Floridkm aoBdta your legal notice*. Wi appredala your putionaga and aricrrantj accurat* gerrlca al teaal rates. Phone 2-1141 fog messenger gerrice. SEITLIN E, COMPANY PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGE! PHONE 9-3836 I ^^^^^^ 19) N.E. InT. MIAMS 32. FLA. I



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PAGE 16 B k.utjk£k£3£. .FRIDAY, in Jubilee Proceeds May Top Record For the tliird successive year. a capacity audience of over 3.500 Greater Miami residents and visitors filled the Miami Beach Auditorium last week to make the hospital's Third Annual Jubilee a success both financially an.l from the standpoint of entertainment. Jubilee Chairman Leonard A. Mien estimated that the gross receipts would probably set a new record for one-night fund raising affairs in the country and would exceed last year's Jubilee returns of SI 12.000. Tickets were presented to contributors of sums from $10 to S100 to the Jubilee Fund. Television star Ed Sullivan was master of ceremonies for the fourhour show to which stars from the most popular Miami and Miami Beach clubs and hotels donated their services, thus helping the hospital make up a deficit incurred by such non-profit activities as re, search, interne training, free and cn ing. March 15th. 7 p.m at Blom partly free treatment in the Out j^rR Hall. 139 NW 3rd Avenue. The testimonial will celebrate Rabbi Arie Becker To Honor Rabbi Becker At Dinner Downtown Synagogue will tender a testimonial dinner in honor of Rabbi Arie Becker on Sunday evPatient Department and Mount Si nai's School of Practical Nursing. The hospital's services to the community were portrayed in a dramatic presentation written, diRabbi Becker's appointment as spiritual leader of the Synagogue. Formerly of Israel. Rabbi Beck I %  He attended European Yesh ivoth, including Romayle.at Wilna and the Tahkemony Rabbinical Seminary in Warsaw. He also en pa""d in private studv with Dr V dramatic nrese a'nn wnuen. in, _:,:,,,,i ted by Prof >r has appeared as guest pintual h. of the University oi a u,r „ ho ^.^. l a J n ^I"l SI [Drama Department Roll in the presentation were taki •. %  personnel. The Jubilee receives the comBte cooperation of the American Guild ol Variety Artists because I He !" *' chlf,f Rabhl of Isracl of Mount Sinai's year round policy Kabbi Becker has officiated in of providing all AGVA members Ahdut Israel Synagogue. Tel Aviv He was Rabbi Herzog's representative on numerous missions to France. Belgium. Germany. Switzerland. Denmark. Sweden. Norway. Finland. Tangier and Canada. Lively Art* <-roup Holds Affair Members of the Friends Of The Seven Lively Arti wl hoW the : first annual affair on March 14th. in the Palette Roof of the Miami Beach Community Center. Featured will be the creative work of members and friends in : everj fad of art Scheduled are Max Drossin on the Mandolin, Wil:,,,:„ Oberman's caricatures. Jerry Schultz in dramatic readings. Albert Hauer and his violin. Bernice Sir's piano recital Chain) Roses original poetry. Estclle Renkoff in a solo dance jazz ballet. Blacksmith Blues. Jimmy' March in folk songs and an art film from the University of Miami. Agudaih Israel Installs Oiiieers Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute will install officers on Sunday. March 22nd. 7 30 p.m.. at the | Broadmoor Hotel Samuel Landau will assume the office of president Others are Harr\ Kaplan, vice president; Isadore Chaplik. treasurer; Morris Babok. financial secretary; and Hersch Weiss, recording secretary. To be in -tailed as Gabaim are Jacob Kir/.:-, and William Feigenbaum Installing officer will be Harold Shapiro, Miami Beach at. and radio commentator Rabhi Isaac Ever will be principal ;er. Miami Wind 01 Humant with free hospitalization. Dinner Marks Shapiro To .Speak ll't'or /.ionisis Harold Shapiro, local attorney 'cwish leader, will address the Zionist Luncheon Club on Wednesday, March i8th. 12:15 p.m. at the Krantz Anniversary Ritz-Plaza Hotel. The topic of his „ r an(i ^ lp talk %  • ill bi The Jew 01 Israel. The guest speaker, former Wi sconsin, sen ed with the State; Navj at K< j I War II Folmade his Mr %  %  • McAskiU Is Speaker At the wi mi Bcaeh I rith, %  • .. %  i • 12:15 p.m., at tl Mai ... I [ the Nai alter will be Leon < Mc ference ol ans and Jews. He .\-kil! publisher of the Florida is commentator on the WIN/. SunSun. Gershon S Miller is luncheon day Radio Program, Meet Your chairman George J. Talianoff is Neighbor. I president. Compare TETLEY TEA with any other brand Joseph Krantz were honored on their 35th wed dins, anniversary during a dinner • if the Pioneer Women. Club No. 1. i k Mrs Kranti is ; resident J "i the group. \ certificate was given the their outstai i ball of the Pi I. %  th< norm were the %  •FAMOUS SINCE 13)7 r.i then Compare TETLEY TEH with any other brand firWWI The Miami Beach High School Debating Team o state championship on Sunday. Team members ir,clud"t''!a of 1361 Meridian Avenue; Herbert Kaplan, '\ chairman of judges in the High School Heart Educate test sponsored by the group ... Mr. and Mrs. Nat KiinLf* Gables, will be aboard the RMA Maurentania when it ai York tomorrow for a 16-day Caribbean cruise They arc L. General Electric Company in recognition of Mr, KMMJ plishments as a GE dealer An annual award of $1,000 will be given fo the py*. the top job each year in cancer research cytology, xm*l Dade County Cancor Institute. The awar I be,ng Leonard A. Wien, now serving his second y< ;.r as presides stitute. RedCrQHaTopH Mid-Way Mark] Red Cross volunteer workers Next meeting for ual here were told Monday that the | ers is set for March ljl drive that opened on March 1st,' not be just a report | has already cleared the halfway we hope, a victory mark toward $282,132 for Dade' Comer J Kimball and I County. ris. vice chairmen for tael GIANT,:: TRADE-IN! 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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 13, 1953

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

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
7__Number 11
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1953
PRICE: TEN CENTS
ee World Ponders Dulles Plans Visit
With Egypt's Head
ussia's Next Move
Copyright, 1953, By The Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
K ,JTA>A world waited tensely this week for indications from the mystery-shrouded
f what is in store for the peoples of the Soviet Empireand the free worldas the result of
ihof Joseph V. Stalin, master of the greatest empire in the history of man.
! (ate of the 2.500,000 Jews within the Soviet Empire who had been placed in peril by a series of
... ..,,.,i,,li!nnism "hourffpois nationalism" and ,------------------------------------------------
Will Meet With Naguib, Other
Arab Leaders To Discuss East
l -cosmopolitanism," "bourgeois nationalism" and
m" was bound up in the answer to the vaster questions posed
[Stalin succession and the future course of events. No answer
. immediately forthcoming.
d the anti-Semitic campaign been launched in Russia as part
reel of a bitter underground fight to succeed to Stalin's throne.
J appeared possible that this campaign could be developed and
Bed and thus jeopardize the
WASHINGTON (J T A) Secre- Dulles will visit Israel during his
tary of State John Foster Dulles trip to the Middle East However,
it was learned that Israel Ambassa-
dor Abba Eban has conveyed to
[ all the Jews in Soviet ter-
jhe other hand, an anti-Semi-
Cpaign having these origins
tell be terminated sudden-
the seizure of power by
| the claimants to Stalin's
j the new regime would
its violently hostile policy
State of Israel likewise
an enigma within an
to which time alone had
iviet policy against Israel
of its overall policy on
lie East which, in turn,
of its overall policy to-
e Western World. So long
Imsters of the Kremlin con-
I Israel an ally of the West-
rid and so long as they
their policy of hostil-
he West, so long would the
launched by the Soviet hierarchy,
was in frequent session to consider
all the aspects of the powder-keg
situation created by Stalin's death.
Policy Postponed
The Jewish Agency, sponsors of
the international Jewish confer-
ence scheduled to open March
10th, in Zurich, to consider meas-
ures to combat Soviet antirSemit-
ism, announced it had postponed
the parley for a few weeks "in
view of recent developments." The
decision was taken following news
of Stalin's collapse but before his
death occurred. Jewish organiza-
tions in forty countries had been
invited to the parley.
In Washington, President Dwight
D. Eisenhower showed his keen
concern over the fate of the Soviet
Empire's Jewish hostages at a
press conference held at the White
Ex-Mufti Is
Invited To
Russia
lei polio remain a factor House prior to receipt of the news
jve concern to Israel and to
everywhere.
Anti-Israel Policy
I the capitals of the world,
nxiously watched the Soviet
[for portents of the future
heirs would offer the
And as Washington, Lon-
paris. Belgrade, Ankara and
oriel's capitals prepared for
mntnality, the free world
(forced into an attitude of
Iful waiting
Jerusalem, the Israel Govern-
which had been preparing
I massive international protest
* floor of the United Nations
the anti-Semitic campaign
of Stalin's death.
The President said that he could
not tell if the death or incapacita-
tiqn of Premier Stalin would alter
the "anti-Semitic situation" in the
Soviet Union. He said this in re-
sponse to a question Whether^he
expected a worsening or improve-
ment in the "anti-Semitic situa-
tion" in Russia in view of "what
seems to be the inevitable change
in Russian leadership." Mr. Eisen-
hower replied that, of course, he
could not tell what would happen
but that he found Soviet action
against the Jewish people to be
deplorable and heartbreaking.
Continued on Page 5 A
LONDON (JTA)Haj Amin el
Husseini, former mufti of Jeru-
salem, was invited to visit the
Soviet Union, t h e Manchester
Guardian reported this week.
The paper said that the invita-
tion was sent by Moslems in the
Soviet Union through the Soviet
Embassy in Cairo.
The Mufti, lifelong foe of the
Jews, worked with the Nazis dur-
ing World War II in the mass
extermination of Jews in Europe
and was one of the organizers
of Moslem support for the Nazis.
Other evidences of interest in
the Moslem world shown by the
Soviet last week, the paper re-
ported, included the arrival in
Cairo of a group of Moslem
students from the Soviet Union.
They asked permission to study
at Al Azhar University. The Sov-
iet authorities also asked Saudi
Arabia for permission to operate
an airline from the USSR to Mac-
ca to enable Soviet Moslems to
make the pilgrimage to the
shrine of Islam.
is planning a flying visit to Prem-
ier Naguib in Egypt and meetings
with Arab leaders elsewhere in the
Middle East in an attempt to
strengthen American relations
with the Arab states. The trip is
expected to take place immediate-
ly after the Paris meeting of the
Atlantic Pact Council in April.
The new move became known
here following an expression of
concern by President Eisenhower
to Prince Faisal, Saudi Arabia's
Foreign Minister, over evidence of
a "deterioration in relations be-
tween the Arab nations and the
United S t a tes." Mr. Eisenhower
told the Prince, who called on him
at the White House, he was de- j
termined "to restore the spirit of.
confidence and trust which had
previously characterized relations
with the Arabs and that he hoped
Arab leaders would work toward
the same end.
Secretary Dulles an invitation to
visit Israel whenever the Secretary
plans a trip to that part of the
world. The invitation was extended
by the Ambassador on behalf of
Israel Foreign Minister Moshe
Sharett. Mr. Dulles was apprecia-
tive of the invitation and told the
Ambassador he hoped he would
have the opportunity of seeing the
Continued on Page 5 A
Taf t Urges
Peace For
Near East
WASHINGTON Senator Rob-
ert A. Taft, majority leader of the
e same ena. United States Senate, Sunday said
Sources in the State Department j we must achieve wtce ^^en
said the Dulles visit would be part
of the new Administration's efforts
to learn the problems of the Arabs
and win Arab participation in the
proposed Middle East defense com-
mand. The Department is gravely
concerned over bringing the Arab
States into an alliance against
Communism without regard to the
fact that the Arabs' technical state
of war against Israel continues. A
i prime desire of the Eisenhower
Administration is to alter the view
j held by many Arabs that America
; is showing favoritism toward Is-
I rael.
It could not be learned if Mr.
must achieve peace between
the Arab states and Israel in order
to strengthen resistance to Com-
munism "in a pretty soft spot" in
the world.
Referring to the anti-Israel pro-
gram of the Iron Curtain countries.
Senator Taft told the National
Leadership Conference for Israel
Bonds, which met here, that in
view of Israel's determination to
"resist regimentation from within
and physical aggression from with-
out, there is little wonder today
that aggressive Communism be-
stows upon Israel the honor of its
Continued on Pege 5 A
Earthy Sees Red:
|ebrew VOA Is Closed
Economy Measure
Monitor Correspondent Foresees
Communist Anti-Semite Purges
SHINGTON (JTA) Charges
|the Hebrew language broad-
the Voice of America
I to Israel had been ordered
inued as a result of Com-
influence in the govern-
R. drew a slashing rebuttal
'"is week.
' charges had been made be-
J t Sena,e sub->mmittee
jro by Senator Joseph R. Mc-
;'u2 GerM Dr"her, head
1 Middle East services of the
and nr Sidney Glazer, head
Hebrew desk
1 that the
They pro-
- order to disoontin-
"eorew programs had come
'time when, they said, anti-
*m propaganda could have
^effective in Israel as a
the Prague trials and kin-
welopments
the
timony. Dr. Glazer told the sena
torial committee that the Commun
ist propaganda line exploited the
"equation" McCarthyism equals
Fascism equals anti-Semitism.
Reed Harris, acting head of the
Voice of America, testifying be-
fore the committee this week, ang-
rily denied allegations that the pro-
gram suspension had been ordered
as a result of Communist influ-
ence. He said the reason for the
order was primarily an economic
one. since the Voice of America
BOSTON )JTA)-The Soviet authorit.es began-their PPtlon
for the current anti-Semitic drive as far back as January. 1952 .he
Christian Science Monitor reported from Munich this week in a dis-
patchX Smund Stevens, the papers Pulitzer Prizew.nning former
Moscow correspondent. ______________________________
Stevens, on the basis of informa-
tion gathered through refugees,
disclosed that confidential circul-
ars reouesting incriminating data
on leading members of the Jewish
communities throuehout the USSR
were sent out by the Kremlin to
internal security authorities in
January of last year.
Within a month, in the Mos-
cow reeion alone, dossiers had
been collected on about 400 Jews
in administrative and managerial
portions. All were gradually e\i
minated under varying charges of
hriberv. embezzlement and Depot
one. since the Voice ofj America ion of responsibility.
budget had been reduced and be- ~ ^^ ^^ ,
programs r
cause the Hebrew .
been found "lea>it effective.
He declared that even in De-
cember, when Soviet anti-Semitism
had reached a high point, the Voice
of America received only 16 let
ten from Israel in response Ho the
, ten irom israei in
course of his televised tes-1 Hebrew broadcast
gerial jobs.
In Moscow, the report continu-
ed, practically everyone. Jew or
Gentile, known to have had some
contact with the Israeli Legation,
and especially with Mrs. Golda My-
erson, formerly Israeli Minister,
either was arrested or hauled in
for questioning. Those interrogat-
ed included persons who on Soviet
and Communist Party orders had
discussed with Israeli representa-
tives plans for forming a Society
for Soviet-Israeli Friendship and
establishing a branch of VOKS (So-
ciety for Cultural Relations) in fa-
ism Stevens reported. Parentheti | rael. In the big Ukrainian city of
raTl'vinder the Soviet system, it I Kharkov, prominent Jew.sh mem-
Is possible t build up cases of this bers of the Communist Party were
'- accused of being in touch With the
Israeli representatives in Moscow.
Following this initial spadework
by the security authorities, the
anti-Jewish campaign began to
snow ball in typical Soviet purge
fashion. The first victims were
forced to divulge the names and
addresses of their relations and
close friends. Many of these Were
kind against almost anyone m a
The central security authorities
in Moscow used reports accumulat-
ed throughout the countrv in re
sponse to the circulars to document
a general "Jewish olot, the re-
port declared. This then served as
Pretext for a nationwide purge of
Jews in administrative and mana-
arrested later and, in turn, charg
ed with implication in the over-all
"Jewish plot" in addition to the
usual petty crimes.
Among the first hit were Jews
in the legal profession. Several
Jewish members of the legislative
drafting commission of the Su-
preme Soviet in Moscow have re-
portedly been arrested. The so-
called International Association of
Democratic Lawyers and the Mos-
cow Collegium of Lawyers have
been subjected to thorough screen-
ings. Numerous Jewish members
of both organizations are believed
to have been disbarred, several of
them arrested.
Last June. 60 Jewish employees
of the legal department of the Min-
istry of Railways, including the
department chief. Erlich. were ac-
cused of falsifying accounts. Sim-
ilar purge operations were report-
edly carried out in other govern-
ment ministries and throughout the
entire civil service.
Moreover, government person-
nel departments proceeded to re-
vise their lists of pensioners,' de-
priving many disabled Jewish em-
ployees of their pensions on the
grounds that their medical certifi-
cates contained false statements.
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+ IPWistincr*MM7_
Academy Slates
Annual Meeting
Dr. David S. Andron, president
of the Hebrew Academy, an-
nounced this week that the annual
membership meeting of the Acad-
emy will be held in the auditorium
of the school, Monday, March 16th,
at 8 p.m.
Election of members to the
Board of Directors will take place.
Harry Genet, chairman of the
Nominations Committee, will pre-
sent the slate for the elections
Servim! with Genet on the commit-
tee are Morris Cohen. Lewis V
Escott, Sol Goldman, Samuel
Grundwerg Sidney Rubinowitz,
Samuel Rcinhard, Solomon Lobel
and Nathan Benonfeld.
Reports regarding the progress
oi the activities of the Academy
First Southeastern Conference For
Histadrut To Open Here On Sunday
The First Southeastern Conference for Histadrut will be held in
the Hibiscus Lodge. 10th Street and Alton Road, on Sunday. March
15th 11 am. Rabbi James G. Heller, president of the Labor Zionist
Organization of America and one of Americas foremost Jewish leaders,
will be the principal speaker.
Theme of his address will be: Stalin's Death And Its Effect I pon
Jews Behind The Iron Curtain..
More than 400 representatives Jacob Synagogue, with Rabbi Mos-
and delegates from Jew.sh organ-|es Mescheloff presiding on Friday
pi j ^- ..; j i morning. March 13th. 10 a.m.
izations in Florida. Georgia and ^
he Carolinas are expected to at LT ^ (Vnter
tend the conference to discuss sup- worin """. o J
oon of the bneu rioneen and!Plans Meeting's, 3rd
Workers Federation and of their j \mmal Seder Kve
progress as the largest single or- ^a m.ink .,,, jd(, at thp
Kanization in the Middle East ..
The Labor Zionist Family of **&* the Sisterhood of the
Greater Miami, composed oi the North Dade Jewish Center on Mon-
Farband Labor Zionist Order and (jav evening, March 9th. 8 p.m.
the Pioneer Women's Council, will A comprehensive report on the
be hosts at the conference Israel
bo presented to the member- Shapoff is president of the Labor l,!'"-r'" :!,"! ,|ans tor ,,r-' "'
%aal To Head
1EWA Chapter
Stanley Saal is new president of
the Intercollegiate Zionist Federa-
tion of America Chapter at the Un-
iversity of Miami.
Elections were held by the 1ZFA
Chapter here on March 1st. Other
officers include Charles Liebman,
vice president; Flora Eichner, sec-
retary'; and Eleanore Goodman,
treasurer.
The IZFA group meets on Sun-
day evenings. 8 p.m., at the Univer-
sity Hillcl House.
FRIDAY,
D^DO -Oft
TaUpho,,,^
ship.
An educational report will be
delivered by Rabbi Alexander S.
Gr >-. principal.
Brief resumes will also be giv-
en by chairmen of affiliated or-
ganizations They include the He-
brew Acs len Women. Mrs Sid-
ney Rubinowitz; Hebrew Acad-
emy Room Mothers, Mr.-. Alexan-
der Kogan: and Hebrew Academy
Father's club. Irving Firtel.
Zionist Council and Mrs BeeJaffer nual donor luncheon will be given
i- president of the Pioneer Worn- b) Clair Apfelbaum. chairman of
en's Council. tn,. Luncheon Committee.
Histadrut provides vocational, Qn Tttwday evening. March 10th,
educational, employment "ndmed- 8 ,|u, ^i, cllll) wU| .,,,
leal services for more than 500.000, ...
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at the Center Following a short
business meeting at which time
the coming election of officers will
be discussed, a full-length movie
will be shown to the membership
A ueneral meeting of the Center
I will be held on Wednesday even-
ing. March 11th. at 8 p.m. A report
will be given by the Building Com-
I mittee on plans made for the an-
nexation of new classrooms to the
| Religious School.
Plans are also under way for the
third annual Passover Community
! Seder to be held at the Center on
The cornerstone Of the New Pier Mondav evening. March 30th. Rab-
I enter will be laid on Tuesday ev- bj Harrv i-;ttint-r will officiate at
March 17th. 8 p.m.. at Oc- Uu, riluai and ccr,monv. with the
and l>t Street. Miami assistance of Cantor Alexander Co-
hen and the Youth Choir. The tra
rhe New Pier Center wiH be the rational Passovci dinner will be
meeting hail and recreation build- catcmi by Pearl Gottesman. of Mi
iny of the South Beach Commit- amj
I ____________________
In charge are Mrs Lena Mintzes ^ T u
chairman: Louis Shafkin. Arrange- ^OUMHOll I O Il4k]||
ments Committee: Joseph Dube. {ajftEllos 1W\* INkSl1
Executive Committee: and Mrs
members, more than one-third of
the infant nation's population Ku-
pat Holim. Histadrut > medical
service, provided medical care for
more than 900.000 patients in 1952.
treating Arab. Christian and Jew
alike.
The Rabbinical Assembly of
Greater Miami will hold a recep-
tion for Rabbi Heller at the Beth
To Lav Cornerstone
On South Keach
J Max Thursten. secretary.

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J 20th, 21st Designated As Zionist
bath Day; Mangold Named Chairman
ki
-iitents of the Zionist dis-
,, lhe South Flor-
5JS jU of 'he Miami
nitrid Morris Simon, of
. SEbta Zionist District;
KtyGSachs, of the Miami
f, District, this
an-
week
LyippoliitnitBl <>f Max-
, u..,.l man ,t;
Mangold, hotel
man. as
. of the Zionist Sabbath
ijreli 20th and 21st, In South
cia! service-
will be held on
| p lit. March 20th. and Sat-
Lrning, March 21st, to pray
Lvation of the plight of Jew-
Lnd the Red Curtain. Aid-
Egold in securing the co-
ton of all ConKrcgations and
L including reformed, con-
tve and orthodox, is Leonard
tsser. Alexander Van Straat-
i Albert Sherman,
lust Sabbath Day is being ob-
lin cooperation with the City
lami Beach Miami and Coral
jn conjunction with the
Rational Administrative Coun-
ting to be held in Miami
_i on March 22nd.
turner May. president of the
|r,ji Administrative Council of
|i,ir,i-t Organization of Amer-
nhcn notified <>f the event,
lih.it he hoped "'that these
In will be said throughout the
plaining the purpose of the
| ce, Mangold ex-
Ihat this is an oppnrtun-
orida Jewry to set
[hi rest "f the na-
psI oi the world in
jewrj oi all factions will
and present a courageous
k ; a leading factor in
lin^ the conservative Congrc-
eth( r ni South Florida.
(he youngest man in the
i Who- Who. He is chair-
l>] the Father's Committee of
I Seoul Troop associated
1 the- Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
(i oi the Elk's Lodge
liarr.i Beach, No. 1601. on the
of tlu Men's Club of the
bi Beach .lew l.-li Center and is
ler chairman of the Atlantic
Ih Inter faith Movement which I urer.
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The significance of an ancient Italian brass Chanuka Men-
orah is explained to students of the Horace Mann School
during its annual visit to the Jewish Museum of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center. Mrs. Silvio Sermoneta, chairman of the
Museum Committee, point out interesting hiqhlights of the
museum piece to (left to right) Jerry Irwin, a member of the
Student Council of the school; Sally Butler, president of the
Student Council; and Miss Norma Gavilan, Civics teacher
and Student Council sponsor.
BART, BARRY SISTERS,
MEDOFF STAR ON AIR
Jacob Schechtcr, director of the
Jewish Hour on Station WMBM,
will present an unusual program
starring Jan Bart, the Barry Sis-
ters and Sam Mcdoff and his Yid-
dish swing orchestra on Sunday,
12 noon.
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Brotherhood work.
He is also former chairman of
the Council of Trade Executives of!
the American Jewish Congress.
Additional presidents sponsoring;
the event are Arthur Pariser, of j
the Orlando Zionist District; Dr.
Louis Fcldman. of the Palm Beach
Zionist District; and Dr. E. Kaplan,
of the Hollywood Zionist District.
A request has been forwarded
to Governor Dan McCarty pro-
claiming the 20th and 21st as ZOA
Sabbath Observance days to be set
aside as a day of prayer in all Jew-
ish Houses of Worship.
Dr. Litowitz Heads
Bench Denial Group
Dr. Robert Litowitz has been
elected president of the Miami
Beach Dental Society, one of the
largest in Florida.
Installation will be on March
23rd, according to the new presi-
dent. Other officers include:
Dr. "William Van Camp, presi-
dent-elect to take office next year;
Robert Kaplan, vice president; and
David Prensky, secretary-treas-
Miamian* Cited
At KCCJ Dinner
Three Miamians were given cita-
tions on Tuesday for their humani-
tarian efforts. The citations were
made by the Florida Region of the
National Conference of Christians
and Jews at ceremonies held in the
Columbus Hotel.
Those cited were Jacob Sher,
Mrs. L. J. McCaffrey and Denis
Renuart.
Sher served as a member of the
Board of Directors of the Dade
County Community Chest. He is
also a past president of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation and
served as chairman of one of its
annual C.IA campaigns. He is
president of the West Flagler Ken-
nel Club.
Mrs McCaffrey is presently a
trustee of the Dade County Feder-
ation of Women's Clubs.
Renuart has been identified with
the Community Chest, Red Cross
and Variety Children's Hospital.
^Principal speaker was Benson
Ford, Detroit automobile manufac-
turer and NCCJ official.
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The first concentrated member-
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homes of Mrs. Sam Blank, Mrs. Gil-
bert Goldman and Mrs. Milton
Friedman. A skit, followed by a
musical program, will be presented
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takes place on Sunday. The door-to-door phase
oi the 1953 campaign begins at that time.
Residents here will be afforded the opportun-
ity of personally participating in this most vital
fund raising effort. The forward echelons of
the trades and professions are in the process
of completing their solicitations.
: Now, it remains for the individual to cooper-
ate by welcoming the many volunteer workers
who will knock on his door starting Sunday.
This is virtually the only practical means by
which he can demonstrate h;s willinqness to
stand behind the State of Israel, as well as the
many social and cultural agencies that make
his life richer and more meaningful here at
home.
Conscience, alone, can be the donor's guide.
But it is important to remember that the Metro-
politan Division drive is the expression of Mi-
ami Jewry's total faith. It is also important to re-
member that qiving Life Dollars now may aid
considerably in bringing hope to some two and
one-half million Jews trapped behind the
Iron Curtain.
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Volume 27 Number 11
FRIDAY, MARCH 13. 1953 _____
Tin- I'"* Association
The United Nations Association of Greater
Miami is coming into its own. The Association
is but one of many local chapters throughout
the nation dedicated to the ideal of One World.
Miami's UN leaders will play host today to
Mrs. Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Mrs. Roose-
velt's activities in the world organization are
known to all. Perhaps fewer know that she is
currently working with the United Nations on
a totally volunteer basis.
This selfless dedication is a reflection of the
UN's principal goalthe maintenance of uni-
versal peace through mutual understanding.
Miami's United Nation's Association is deter-
mined to do its part within the framework of
this goal. Much is being done by local leaders
to make residents here aware of UN activity.
But much still remains to be done. The or-
ganization's success depends upon total par-
ticipation as it does on the world scene in New
York.
We are often prone to be critical of the short-
comings of the United Nations, and we speak
with bitterness of man's inability to cope with
man at this late point in history. We berate
the obstructionism and sabotage one group
sets against another as the terrible tale of social
incompetence unfolds during international UN
debate.
But we can ill afford to assume such an "ob-
jective" position when we fail to accept the
responsibility of living the One World principle.
That can best be accomplished by supporting
our local UN Association.
&<^aUtl^
Bcwr. in his book, Equality By Statute, traces tho" **'**
I race relations since the end of the Civil War \1 l!rogreis
position is comfortable. He focusses his attention k
As 1863 marks the thorencal date of the Negro's'liU **'
(the wars end) denoting the year of his actual eman"'""1'**
be assumed that civil rights constituted no debate,! patl0- 1
that time. laole issue
Strict interpretation would accord this stand a mj
truth. The extreme in discriminatory practices \bT^
Negro to serfdom here can not now be regarded a* h
violation of civil rights since the slave had no lPa[ t '*
individual in the American community. Nevertheless ^>
,i the nations history must be taken if we arc to I *
reasons behind a prevalent reluctance to accent ek-iiV
even in our own day. v" "Wil
The Declaration of Independence aimed at "uaram
dividual his inalienable rights. But the ConstitutioiT^,
States met a very practical problem by ignoring a srJr
individuals. To knit the schisms already manifest Mwwn
era industrial society and the Southern agrarian world th 1
I the Constitution agreed upon equating five Whites**'
Negroes for purposes of representation. Seeking t proteri *i
slave mode of living and its voice in the American Cmo!
same time, the South won its demand to maintain the W
status U a serf and to consider him at least a partial hiT'i1
when census tabulations would determine the number of nvwt
ereign States sent to the House of Representatives
But this "recognition" of the Negro mereh served to,
reckoning that ultimately led to the Civil War Here again. L
Emanicipation Proclamation was only the mural facade for
essential issue. America's policy of manifest destiny-its
push the western boundary- of the nation to the Pacific Or*
vast tracts of land over which the North and South argued a
of free and slave states. Entrance of these territories into then
constantly upset the balance of power between two societies, (
forever seeking to introduce and enforce Congressional
most favorable to its particular needs
THUS, THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION AND tiej
V ar can not properly be regarded as having constituted a a
against Negro serfdom. For America to continue as a Union i
several States, Lincoln recognized the immediate need of elia
the slave issue as a point of tension between North and Sou
is not meant to deny the existence of moral abolitionists who |
ly detested the slave system, but emancipation was mainly am
feuaSZ *aJ-,' J,V t*Jf^ JftJiSiTBi^Siir. acxesIca ,ne slave system, but emancipation was mainlvane
.'--.. *>. -;-Hr: #?^-.*v> ^W|" and political matter, with the more humanitarian, civil righto;
CMAl nrDIKir won J7C nlavinf a snrnnfl^ri' f-..U.
SMOLDERING SPARKS
oii^r.-ssMMi... ItoKolution
A lt'-l>.-ii;< .Minn
President Dwight D. Eisenhower this week
called for Jewish youth in America to re-dedi-
cate themselves to the principles and ideals of
their religion.
We feel this is a noble suggestion apart from
the framework into which the President set his
appeal. Mr. Eisenhower, of course, called for
the re-dedication in light of the latest onslaught
against Jews in Europe.
But it is a good idea for our youth constantly
to take cognizance of their heritage and tra.
di'.ion, for it serves to strengthen belief in them-
selves as individuals. It also offers a bank of
spiritual safety not atfoided those who ignore
the precepts of Judaism.
Mr. Eisenhower's suggestion comes at a good
time and silences many in our ranks who have
been lighting against Judaism as a day-to-day
mode of living on the basis of the fact that it
conflicts with the ideals of Americanism. His
call for a re-dedication by Jewish youth shows
that he recognizes the relationship between
democracy and moral belief.
playing a secondary role.
Obvious violations of inalienable freedoms existed even isi
times. Roger Williams' flight to Rhode Island, where he
religious discrimination, is a famous example. Perhaps not Mi
known is the tale of the Jews in that State who built a tunnel I
There is an interesting story behind the Gov- the Touro s>nagogue by means of which worshippers might
eminent s decision to let Russia know about """^ Fur,hcr "'stories of witch hunts and burnings at
its complete distaste for the current anti-Semitic ^.hi lw*Sf'?' 2 fS" 2* l*Uon* The> are clcarJ^
campaiqn of ,he fear of America's early settlers who. themselves, saffenfl
M .' b;,rbs "f religious and political persecution in Kurope.
Many Ub officials in key positions have writ- Important to remember is the fact that this European a
ten books, memoirs and syndicated columns Pla>s a significant part in discrimination even in our own u,.
exposing the Government's position with re- ,ion from the Asian and African worlds caused the prevalent,
gard to Nazi terroristic activity before World Saxon settler here to regard East Europeans. Orientals, Negro
War II. Most of them, in an effort to be purged Semi,es as strange and sub-human. The Jew. as usual, was land!
of guilt or to exploit the fruits of sensational J'cwed wi,h singular suspicion. Carrying the external mark
journalism, expressed the feelinq that a aood lU's,orncr- ,he 1,ved Privately according to the values of a sock
deal could have been done to save millions of -l ? ~nfVsed by centu"es of travel in exile Such ig
Jews in Germany's concnlrSiS^TTO JtSSS, "" ""* ^^ *" ^^
feTSL&S? WWe mre ,lrmly fashioned in Murr^ Berger avoids this earlier chronicle of persecution!
ncn airecuon. ,he choice of the Civ Wju. M ^ be^ming of hls studv Alf
inese omcials. in similar manner, said that indicated, this choice was no arbitrary matter. Mr Berger '
Nazi leaders made several overtures here ,he survey of progress in civil rights at the point where the npj
through behind-the-scenes emissaries to trade Perhaps the most predominant target for American disainiii>fM
Jewish lives for monetary considerations but sumed ,he le8a' status of a citizen. But the book, as a whole, m
that the Government ignored them. Apparent- ? result of his late sUrtin Pint. For in avoiding past hisW
ly, American fear to upset the delicate balance B*rger fai,s l0 take ""to account the Negro's struggle toward j"
between its own neutral Dosition nnH r as an aspect of the Souths social and cultural destruction |
many's war machine was nn. ,vl i Wa8ed on an Political grounds.
reason, either ** P"!*1. .* "OER INDICATES THAT THE FIRST enforce* I
Undoubtedly th* Unit*,, <:.. i.j I designed ,0 protect universal civil rights came with the tt"
to be n L f ?,ef dld not core fourteenth and fifteenth amendmenU to the United States _
such unfeeling hindsight tion. These principally guaranteed the Negro's freedom, lendingi
ment to the thesis that democracy aims at tetherinj UetJl
of thai
dSnrin^R ^"^ Cc^ess^^ ResoTuiion aKreemen"t ..
pionng nussia s current purges dealt mainly of ,he majority and at protecting the free determination of I
Senate leaders, well be- oritv Subsiuent conflicts in the area of civil rights, Mr.
announced that thev attnbutes to labor's war against a continually expanding and
... 7 ......i "- "auiuuun, announced that thev ------- MU"' against a c
didn t want the Iron Curtain world to consider Sna' American industrial economy.
possible American silence as tacit endorsement ***?** lhe history of the struggle against discrimination iumj
of the USSR's policy. endorsement 19Xs may ^ Urge,y vjewed jn ^ IJght of efforts t0 ^
Negro's citizenshiphis right to vote and to achieve equal socj*J
This was
a stranae nmnramr^^. ^ktos citizenship his right to vote and to achieve equal
re of ColEKxL"?ltZ" ::?-n-mic PP?rtuniy-and the workman's drive toward^
ing a mixture of Coioressionnl bit.. J'lTI" economic opportunity-and the workman's drive towarc
matter, especially sm4 n 9 ln ,he ["P"'*510'1 a"d happmess in a private enterprise economy tint *-
anti-Semitic meK *h "T^,CU,ipoken "" decreasin8 """iber of possibilities to find for U-jj
durinq the MrCn'r^ 5? hW,ed ,heir Colors ??* admimStration. accord.ng to Mr. Berger. represen^l
bates add>H ,W al!ei la^<* de- S Government's first dominant attempt to cope with the civil
ftoof ,hn, ^. I' VTeS ,0 jt' "SUe M"Ce ,he Emancipation Proclamation. J
"t ,na' P 1,1CS have taken priority over But ,he role Mr. Roosevelt played was primarily in the econai
morality !S the fact that Arab spokesmen sub- spherc **"*"* ot opportunity for all races and religion* Jj
sequently persuaded John Foster Dulles and ^Ual W""""'* U> partake of the benefits doled out **
he State Department tr al!er the ori ; '- relief agencies. FDR was essentially afraid to toudi "*'
lution. The Moslem leaders said that \,ll f,undamental problem. When Walter White, secretan of the
resolution would mean intrusion n-T ^ x As1soc,ation {>" the Advancement of Colored People, asked *J
Russian policy and that Comrnuni,, ,n,e/nal velt,'" W5 why he didn't support the anti-lynching bill the JJ
itism warmerely a matter of ^f an"-Sem- "epl.ed that the SouthernersTy virtue of the seniority rule-'
I gress. occupied all the strategic positions there
he said.'1W'
j, .. i ui oiaie.
USSR's di^Sation r!^ref?6 dGplred ,heL. :" COme out for7he'"MU-l7ncling"b"i"irnow.
erally and^ SaHe^.hT "!*" ^ S2 'TOJS! ,sk Co ,0 '*** t0 keep ^ZX
sue We seem S t T''OT ,ewish SK Whether "" WM Po'ic expediency or sagacit**
before WorWW ^Serveu,he shadow events "T kno* Sufface it to say. it remained for the TrumaoaJJ
-fore World War II on the international scene un acUve,y to *" nation's first civil r.ghU pro^
'solution denlrtri o..^_. 'Pned level of democratic ideals.
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Urges Peace Between Israel
h Leaque; Deplores Red Drive
i Page 1 A to assure."
-tinned from :_.,,.i,,;,, cn*n. v..c*
Bnviel Union has come !
that .his small state
Tone Oi the -strongest
' Soviet penetration and
lIL penetration and aggres-
b" J. rucal Middle East ,"
rscoring the importance of
Bond Issue in promoting
Bnomic development of the
Israel, the Senate Majority
declared that economic aid
1 represent strength against
luni-sm and a contribution to
tor Taft stressed the fact
.onomic strength for Israel
I hurt the Arabs; it can only
hem."
Monitor Writer
Foresees Purges
In introducing Senator Taft, Hen
ry Morgenthau, Jr., chairman of the Con,mued ,rom p'9 1 A
Board of Governors of the Israel.. cha"SCR a,s<> served as the
Bond Drive and former secretary polnt of d<,Parture for widespread
of the US Treasury, urged that Is- accusa'<>ns against Jewish mem
GLOBAL SHORTS
Ike Addresses Message To Youth
rael should receive the same meas
ure of aid that the United States
bers
!The
of the
doctors
medical
recently
profession,
accused of
has given to South Korea and In-I *,illn* Politburo members Alexan-
donesia, "and we should not wait>der Scherbakov and Andrei Zhda-
Ull the shooting starts". nov actualljr were arrested last
Senator Taft's address climaxed [June-
a three-day Conference which con- J*'h Editor* Accused
sidered the new threats from Sov- Simultaneously, Jews in journal-
WASHINGTON (JTA)President
Dwight D. Eisenhower this week
called on "young Americans of the
Jewish faith to renew their study
and their application of the ideals
that belong equally to the tradi-
tions of America and to the ancient
teachings of the Jewish religion."
The President's call was contained
in a message directed to the Na-
tional Jewish Youth Conference in
connection with the nationwide ob-
servance of Jewish Youth Week
commencing March 20th. The con-
ference, is sponsored by the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board.
Lcussins American policy in
fiddle East, he said that our
fto the Soviet attack on Israel
continuation of our policy
istance.
lei must be prepared, he said,
ke a decisive contribution to
> of the free world" and
Upt those refugees who may
ed in escaping from behind
on Curtain.
a'.or Taft described the Israel
Issue as a manifestation of
of the people of Israel to
themselves achieve sound ec-
kc foundations.
lerjf purpose of American pol-
i served by a strong economy
Irael. the strengthening of its
nment and the kind of policy
Bond.- have undertaken
iet countries and the Arab states
ism were subjected to thorough
I A Will Spend 8100,000.000 For Arabs
Dulles Plans Visit
With Nagiub
Continued from Pag* 1 A
situation at first hand.
A high State Department official
said here that neither President
Eisenhower nor Secretary Dulles
had any intention of "cold-shoul-
dering Israel," although he said he
could not confirm or deny press
reports that a major change in
American policy had occurred in
the Arab-Israel area.
He said it would be a mistake
to draw the conclusion that the j
State Department will practice j
favoritism. There is no reason for;
any Near Eastern country to feel j
it might be overlooked by the
United States, he said, because i
there is a feeling of friendship for
all parties. Expressions by Secre-1
tary Dulles at a recent press con-
ference and by President Eisen-,
hower to the Saudi Arabian For-1
eign Minister should be taken at
iheir face value, he said.
Text of Statement
The White House statement read
as follows:
"The President received His
Royal Highness Prince Faisal, For-
for one like him | eign Minister of Saudi Arabia, to-
day at the White House. During
the meeting matters of mutual in-
terest to Saudi Arabia and the
United States were discussed. The
President expressed his great
pleasure at having the opportunity
of r e c eiving so distinguished a
representative of a country with
which the United States enjoy es-
pecially close relations.
"He expressed his concern over
some evidence that there had
lately occurred a deterioration in
relations between the Arab na-
tions and the United States. He
stated that it would be his firm
purpose to seek to restore the
spirit of confidence and trust
which had previously character-
ized these relations, and he hoped
that, the Arab leaders would be
inspired by the same purpose.
"The President alluded to the
and the need for continued econ-' inves'Uation The staff of Tass. the
omic development to strengthen its offlcial "ews agency, was carefully
democratic defenses. screened. The purgers also con-
centrated on the field of litera-
ture. All books written by Jewish
authors in the 1948-52 period were
subjected to microscopic scrutiny
in an effort to discover traces of
"anti-Soviet feelings and ideologi-
cal deviations." There was even
talk of some form of literary con-
spiracy involving Jewish writers
in Kiev.
In Kharkov, a number of promi-
nent Jewish members of the Com-
munist Party, including writers
and editors, was accused of secret
contacts with the Israeli Legation
in Moscow.
Mass deportations of Jews ac-
cording to the familiar Soviet de-
portation pattern began early last
summer. Most of the deportees
were shipped to the so-called Jew-
ish Autonomous Region of Biro-
bidjan in eastern Siberia, near the
Manchurian frontier. A large part
of the area is given over to forced
labor camps whose inmates are en-
tirely Jewish. But even those Jews
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) The
United Nations will spend $100,
000,000 on Near Eastern projects
for the benefit of Arab refugees,
it was learned this week. John E.
Blandford Jr.. whose resignation as
head of the UN Relief and Works
Agency for Palestine Refugees be-
comes effective this week, said
construction would start this sum-
mer on the largest projectan ir-
rigation plan for 20,000 families
whose farms will get water from
the Jordan's Yarmuk River.
I Iiiiiiiiis* George Welter Condemned
DETROIT (JTA) Jewish lead-
ers here have condemned an anti-
Israel address before the Detroit
Economic Club this week by
George A. Weller, foreign corre-
spondent of the Chicago Daily
News and Miami Herald. In the
course of his address on What Is
Our Future In The Middle East
And The Significance Of The Anti-
Zionist Drive Of The Soviets. Mr.
Weller supported Jordan charges
that Israel had destroyed many
Arab villages and had defied the
United Nations authorities. Mr.
Weller's major thesis was that
"Russia's anti-Semitism is due to
the one-sided United States stand
toward Israel" and that "tne Arabs
no longer trust us."
Deny America In Exerting Pressure
man said that the US diplomatic
mission in Israel, like all other dip-
lomatic missions in the country,
maintaining contact with Is-
was
TEL AVrV (JTA) The United
States is not exerting pressure on
the Israel Government in the Is-
rael-Jordan border situation, a
spokesman for the Foreign Minis-
try declared here this week, deny-
ing a US press report that the US
had sent Israel a "strong" note on
the border "incidents." The spokes-
Turks Organize To Fight Bigotry
ISTANBUL (JTA)A "National | movements." is composed of
rael officials on various matters.
He pointed out that "to take one
ring out of a chain" creates an "un-
real" picture.
26
[eWorld Ponders
jsia's Next Move
tinued from Page 1 A
pointed out that, in a way.
deprc.-sin.
so much experience with
|Nazi horror camps of World
II. He said that Jews in
Ipe were reduced to almost
png in the (ierman camps. Of
(current situation, he said he
it rather depressing, adding
i it was even worse than de-
pingit was heartbreaking.
No Recommendations
he President admitted that he
I frankly puzzled as to whether
fsaying anything about Soviet
fSemitism would help the situ-
or make it worse. Despite
he indicated that the United
and the free world depored
et anti-Semitism and hoped for
way to end it, although he
no specific recommendation.
more than 24 hours. The managers
of all enterprises including collec-
tive and state farms, are Russians.
Sharett
Says To
Go Easy
ganized in Turkey to support the j youth, educators, veterans and
government's drive against ultra-; professionals. Ismet Inonu, former
nationalists and racists including i President of Turkey and leader Of
anti-Semites. The organization, de jthe opposition in Parliament, pro-
signed to "defend liberties" from : claimed his support of the govern-
"Nazi-type racists or Communist' ment's anti-racist drive.
Will lie Careful In Arming Arabs
dying jet planes to the Middle
East not to alter "appreciably" the
m question of what effect the
[in development might have on | many strong educational and cul-
pet policy was discussed by j tural ties which had developed
pident Eisenhower at a meeting | between the. Arab world and the
phe White House with Jesse I United States over a period of
, National Commander of the many decades and stated that he
ish War Veterans. This meet- \ was confident that this provided a
took place immediately before
1 Press conference at which Mr.
enhower spoke out on the sub-
Mr. Moss told reporters after'
<">g with Mr. Eisenhower that
w not at liberty to divulge
t the President told him.
eanwhile, as Jews in many
of the free world continued
foundation of good will on which
to build during the coming years
to mutual advantage.
'The President also emphasized
his great personal interest in the
welfare and progress of Saudi Ara-
bia and the other states in the
Near East. The President request-
. ed Prince Faisal to convey his cor-
Pfotest the Soviet anti-Semitism, dial greetings to His Majesty King
F Joseph, member of the Israel Abdul Alii Ibn Saud."
F'net, expressed the hope here
Pthe Soviet Government will
P'Israel's appeal and "a sub-
F" number of Jews will be
fwed to go to Israel."
mass meeting, held in Tel
EliwWeek' backed thi8 P,M-
led for worldwide support for
whSS*. ,hat Russian Jews be
&e.d.to emigrate from the
F" Inion.
*ishUpdc0n' ,he Aociation of
I Bri,, rVicemcn and Women
blicvta'n.Dro,Ps,ed aKainst Sov**
Pt> and warned that no Jew is
"lobe Jewish can be made
1 a criminal
r^ an individual.'
indictment
Musie Program
At Free l*oan
Dinner Affair
The Greater Miami Hebrew Free
Loan Association will hold a din-
ner installation on Sunday evening,
March 15th, at 900 SW 17th Av-
enue. .
A musical program is scheduled
for the affair. Featured will be
Miss Ruth Brotman and Paul Beck
in operatic dnets. Miss Anyuta Mel
icov will be at the piano.
Chairman of the evening is Mrs.
Rose Pertes. ____
TEL AVIV (JTA) Moshe Shar-
et, Israel's Foreign Minister, last
week-end warned the neighbor-
ing Arab states against a rash
renewal of the war with Israel.
Commenting on the recent series
of border "incidents," particu-
larly with Jordan, Mr. Sharett
suggested to the Arabs that they
"think seven times" before they
re-open hostilities. He spoke at
the celebration of the fourth an-
niversary of the establishment of
the Israel port of Eilath, on the
northern tip of the Gulf of
Akaba.
Meanwhile, police throughout
Israel were involved in wide-
spread investigations of arms
traffic believed to involve local
Adabs. Israelis and Arabs from
the neighboring countries. The
inquiry was set off by the dis-
covery of a considerable quan-
tity of ammunition in the pos-
session of an Arab identified as
Azam Aligaan.
An Israeli Army spokesman
has announced here that an arm-
istice commission team consist-
ing of Israelis. Jordanians and
United Nations personnel, who
had yisited the scene of the lat-
est "incident" between Israeli
and Jordanian irregular forces
last week, had agreed with the
Israeli contention that the entire
two-hour battle occurred on Is-
rael territory. One Israeli soldier
shot by the Arabs died of wounds
and at least one Jordan death
was reported.
LONDON (JTA) Prime Minis
ter Winston Churchill assured the
. House of Commons this week that
Britain would be careful in sup-
llagaddah Returned To Library
MUNICH (JTA)At the request
of the Central Council of Jews in
Germany, the Hesse provincial
government has returned the fam-
ed Darmstadt Haggadah to the
balance between Israel and the
Arab States. The statement was
cheered.
it will once again be available to
students for research purposes.
During the Nazi regime the Hag-
gadah. one of the oldest in ex-
istence, was removed from Darm-
stadt and placed in a leather mus-
provincial state library nere where I eum in Offenbach.
Gratified By Washington Friendship
NEW YORK (JTA)"The Gov-1 rael would be maintained and
. ,. strengthened," Ambassador Abba
ernment of Israel has been grati-, ,srae, here this week.
fied by the assurances it had re-, Mr Eban wno spoke on the situa-
ceived in recent weeks from lead- j tjon m the Middle East at Town
ing figures in the United States I Hall, referred to press reports on
aid to the
Government that the friendship j increased American
between the United States and Is- Arab states.
Israel Not Prepared For Pea*e
LONDON (JTA) The United to the United Nations, told an offi-
cial dinner for members of the
diplomatic corps in Beirut, accord-
States is "ready to understand the
Arab case" now and this is a
"golden opportunity" to establish
the best of Arab-American rela-
tions. Dr. Charles Malik, Lebanese
Ambassador to Washington and
head of the Lebanese delegation
ing to a report from the Lebanese
j capital. Dr. Malik said that Israel
needed peace today, "but I do not
believe that the time has yet come
for a discussion of peace with Is-
rael."
Egyptian Premier Reports Aid Offer
LONDON (JTA)Egyptian Prem
ier Mohammed Naguib reported to
a meeting of the envoys of Arab
states in Cairo this week on an
offer of economic assistance from
West Germany conditioned on the
Arab League's scrapping its
threatened economic boycott of
Germany over the Israel repara-
tions past, according to a dispatch
from the Egyptian capital. The
dispatch said that Arab diplomatic
circles feel that this is the most
propitious moment for the Arab
states to deal with Germany. It
was pointed out that Egypt, for
one, has found Bonn to be its third
best customer for cotton this year
and one of its most important sup-
pliers of manuftcured articles.
NEW YORK A National Free- The nationwide mobilization.
Communist attacks on the Jews of | here where a ^ wi ^ ,inke<1
l'"*clred War. Traffic Death.! row.
Promote Safety Prevent Sor-
KNESSET SPEAKER ARRIVES
LONDON (JTA) Joseph Sprin-
zak Speaker of the Israel Parlia-
ment, and Mrs. Sprinzak were
guests of honor at a reception here.
Eartern Europe and the State of
krasl has been called for Sunday,
March 29th. by the United Jewish
Appeal and will take place simul-
taneously in leading cities through-
out the country to give American
Jews their first opportunity for a
nationwide expression of brother-
hood with Jews undergoing Soviet
oppression.
il
by radio-telephone with similar ral-
lies in other parts of the nation.
Officers of the United Jewish
Appeal, in announcing the mobil-
ization, said that "this will be the
first demonstration to be held on
a national scale for the purpose,pf
voicing American Jewry's concert-
ed indignation over Soviet assaults
on Jews."


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Billy Shaw, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Shaw, 8340 By-
ron Avenue, will become Bar
Mitzvah during Saturday
morninq services of the North
Shore Jewish Center. Serv-
ices begin at 8:45 a.m.
A(lelber# Is
Bar Mitzvah
Bruce Leonard Adelberg, -on <>f
Mr. and Mr- Irvine Adelber
West 31-: Street, will celebrate his
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, March
14th. at the Miami Beach Jewish
Center. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
officiate.
Bruce i- a student at the Relig-
& thr Miami Beach
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ceremony i!l performed by
i Rabbi Moses Meschelofi for Mr
Mrs D:iv i'l Guttman who were
wed In .i civil ceremony on No-
er 30th. in Lexington County.
South Carolina.
The ritual will be held on Sun
daj al S p.m., in the Beth Jacob
Sj nago
Mrs Guttman is the former
Miller, of Charlotte.
North Carolina, She was president
ol the charlotte Dental Assl U
ciation and also president of
the North Carolina State Associa
tion.
Guttman. a Graduate of Mi-
ami Beach Hieh School, is the son
ot Mr. and Mr- Samuel Guttman.
He attended the University of dor-
Ida and the University of Miami
! ar.d now is in Army service at
Fort Jackson, South Carolina
For the ceremony. Mrs. Guttman
will wear a ehampacne lace baller-
ina sown with a clocho bonnet of
champagne lace trimmed with a
nose veil, matching champaqne lace
gauntlets and crepe de chine
champa"nc slippers. She will car-
ry a circlet of ice pink carnations
framine a single white orchid. Her
attendant will be her sister-in-law
Mrs Louis Guttman. who will wear
a Coronation blue afternoon gown,
matching -hoc-, a corsage of ice-
pink carnations and ice-pink gloves
and veiling
The junior bridesmaid will be
nine-year-old Susan Wiener, in a
sheer flower organdy and carrying
a nosegay, The groom's mother
has selected teal blue silk taffeta
and a white orchid
H. -t man will be the groom's
brother. Louis Guttman,
Because of the illness of Mrs
Guttman'.- father who is unable to
attend, she will he Riven in mar-
by Mr and Mr.-. Herman
Wiener
Following the ritual, a reception
will he held at the Guttman home.
.ri50 NW 39th Avenue.
FRIDAY,
Stephen H. Meyers
Stephen Meyers liar
Mitzvah Tomorrow
Stephen H. Meyers, son of Mr
and Mr- Samuel B Movers. 1710
NW 6th Street, will become Bar
Mitzvah tomorrow morning, March
14th. 9:30 a m at Coral Gables
ii wish Center
Rabbi Morris Skop will officiate
The liar Mit/vah is an 8th grade
student at Citrus Grove Junior
Hub School and attend- the Coral
Gables Jewish Center Religious
School. II,. i- viet president of the
Audio Visual club at Citrus Grove.
A reception will follow the cere
mony at the Rib Plaza Hotel. No
formal invitations are being issued.
Guests will include Mr- Jennie
Koch, of Miami, the Bar Mitzvah's
maternal grandmother. Mr. and
Mr- Benjamin Meyers, Sea Gate.
New York, uncle and aunt: and!
Mr- John Meyers. I,ong Island,
New York, his cousin.
, Rebecks Honeymoon
In Florida
111.1 Sherwin Rebecks motored
through Florida following their
al Mendelsohn's Restaur-
ant on February 28th. Rabbi Irv
I tan officiated at the dou-
ble rim: ceremony
The bride la the former Miss
Elaine VYeinstein, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice Weinstein, Ak-
ron, Ohio. Mr. Rebeck is the son
of Mrs. Fanny Rebeck, 2844 SW
24th Terrace.
For her ensemble, newlywed
Mrs Rebeck chose a gown of im-
ported chantilly lace, ballerina-
lens:! h. fashioned with an overskirt
of tulle, tight-fitted bodice and
long sleeves. Her fingertip veil of
illu-ion was held in place by a
cap of matching lace and seed
pearls. She carried a bouquet of
white orchids over a Bible.
Miss Barbara Weinstein was her
sister's maid of honor. Dorman
Savage served as best man.
The bride was graduated from
Buchtel High School in Akron and
attended the University of Ohio.
Mr. Rebeck graduated from West
High School and is now serving in
the Navy at Key West.
Goldwyn Is
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tion Monticello Park, announces
that the next meeting of the group
will be held on Wednesday. March
18th. and will be a joint social
event and fashion show
The evening's arrangements are
in charge of a committee headed
b) Mrs. Saul Bell and Leonard
Weiss. The program includes a dis-
play of Sun and Surf fashions
which will be exhibited through
the courtesy of Samson's of Little
River.
A Games Party will be held on
Sunday, March 15th. at 8 p.m.
Cards and games will be featur-
ed The committee is headed by
Mrs. Aaron Weiss Mrs. Max Le-
vine and Mrs. Harry Fertig. who
are in charge of ticket distribu
tion. report that over 300 tickets
have already been distributed.
Robert Goldwyn, son of Mr. and
Mrs Martin Goldwyn, will be Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center. Rabbi Irv
ing Lehrman will address the con-
gregation.
Robert, who resides at 235 Jef-
ferson Avenue, is a student at the
Ida M. Fisher Junior High School
and the Religious School of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center.
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Adults in this campaign.
Named to head the Young Adult.s
group are Elaine Schwartz. Joan
Weiss and Douglas Kaplan.
The group expects to launch its
solicitation beginning March 15th.
to coincide with the kick off of the
Metropolitan campaign.
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13, 1953
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[Jest UBifed Jewish Appeal
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& and his 11-year-old
(r, jerilyn. with narration
film, in black and
describes Jessel's findings
Kis recent trip to Israel in
I personal impressions.
,rthe debut of his 11-year
liter, the film was made
Jibe sweltering discomfort
hottest summer Israel has
1 years. Fighting glare and
Beramcn had to retake
r scene before they fin-
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plywood Motion Picture in-
the film brought camera-
well as Jessel and his
jer deep into the parched
Men they visited some of
pre rugged pioneer settle-
Covering his entire itiner-
film traces his arrival in
I a tour of the Haifa docks,
ore modern sights of Tel
I the ancient, bullet-pocked
Jerusalem and the outlying
bents.
[film is available for use by
organizations in Dade
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honal program telling t h e
[if the Combined Jewish Ap
i Florida residents.
Ibookings. organization presi-
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Art, Dance Classes
At Flagler
Kenneth Bare, well known in-
structor in commercial art at Lind-
sey Hopkins Vocational School, has
been engaged for an adult art class
in opaque water colors at Flagler-
Granada Jewish Community Cen-
ter. Classes will begin March 23rd,
and will be held every Monday at
8:30 p.m.
A ballet and tap dance class has
added to the Flagler-Granada After
School Program. Randolph Jack,
of Studio 4, is the instructor. Clas-
ses are held every Monday after-
noon at 3:30 and 4:30 p.m.
Ben Essen At
Beth El Sisterhood
Meeting Tuesday
Election of officers will take
place at a regular meeting of Con-
gregation Beth El Sisterhood on
Tuesday evening, March 17th, 8
p.m., according to Mrs. Eugene
Schwartz, president.
Plans will also be discussed for
the annual Passover Seder.
Ben Essen, Miami attorney, will
be guest speaker. He will address
the Sisterhood on the life of Shol-
em Aleichem.
Mrs. Isidor Bokst and Mrs. Bert Sher, chairmen, call attention
to Stars In Your Eyes, a fast-moving musical revue lampoon-
ing aspects of Miami life, which will be presented in the Miami
High School Auditorium on March 22nd, at 8:30 p.m., as Mrs.
Harry Laufer, president of the Beth David Sisterhood, pur-
chases a ticket from Mrs. Hy Abramowitz, ticket chairman.
The cast will include Zelda Jacobson, who models under the
name of Zee Jason; Milton Friedman, Miami attorney; Evelyn
Saluk, of the Miami Opera Guild; Mrs. L. Egart, who has ap-
peared in Variety Club shows; and Murray Baum, toastmaster
at the Sherry Frontenac Hotel.
tpCarlyle Accepting Applications
Summer; Mrs. Grossman On Staff
Carlylc for Boys and
[located at Hendcrsonville,
Carolina, announces that
stion is now open for the
Drawing many campers
he Miami area. Carlyle will
I meeting point for familiar
I and faces.
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with a faculty that is sup-
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standing in welfare and organiza-
tional activities.
Mrs. Murry Grossman, Miami
civic and social service leader, has
accepted a staff appointment. Com-
plementing her years of youth ac-
tivities leadership experience, she
will supervise the child-
ren assigned to her direction. She
is accepting the enrollment of a
limited number of campers whose
individual welfare and interest will
be her personal concern.
This summer is also Camp Car-
lyle for the Grossman girls. Dawn,
14; Cynthia, 10; and Pamela. 6, will
accompany Mrs. Grossman to Hen-
dersonville. She may be contacted
at 3500 SW 6th Street, 48-8920.
West Miami Slates
Communal Seder
The West Miami Jewish Center
will hold its communal Seder on
Tuesday, March 31st, at the Cen-
ter, 5720 SW 17th Street.
Rabbi Alfred Waxman, assisted
by lay members of the congrega-
tion, will conduct the services. A
dairy meal, prepared by members
of the Grandmother's Club, will
be served.
Bernard Weiner is chairman of
the affair.
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lational Zionist Leaders Convene Here
:or Administrative Council Conference
The week-end of March 22nd will see Zionist leaders from all over
serica coming to Miami Beach, where the Administrative Counci
jf the Zionist Organization of America will meet in session at the Hote
Vanderbilt. This marks the first time that the ZOA has held a nationa
conference in Florida.
Among the leaders who will be present are Rabbi Irving Miller
-----------------------------------------1 ZOA president: Mortimer May,
**hSi
Former Vice President of the
United States Alben W. Bark-1
J ley will be guest speaker at
I the Yeshiva University Med-
ical School dinner in the Em-
press Hotel on April 2nd. Cur-
I rently a news commentator
for NBC-TV, Mr. Berkley has
long been associated with
Jewish philanthropic and edu-
I cational activities.
Tame Coordinating
Hood Bank Board
Nine members of t:ie 10-member
coordinating Board which will try
bring peace between Dade
Minty Blook Bank and hospitals
rith their own blood banks were
ned Monday.
Named by hospitals to represent
m were:
St. Francis Dr. Charles
chwartz: Mt. Sinai Dr. Harold
land. Mercy Dr. Theodore Kell
^r; Dade County. Kendall Paul
Walker: Doctors Mrs. Mary
leeder: Variety Tracy Hare;
Tictoria C T. McCrimmon;
Veterans Administration Dr. Ed
(ard V. Zimmerman
chairman of the Administrative
Council: Colonel Chaim Herzog
Military Attache. Embassay of Is
rael; Robert l'ersky, president of
the Southeast Region: and the 20-
members of the Council who come
from every region in the country
i It is also expected that PereU
| Bernstein. Minister for Trade anc
j Industry' in the Israel Cabinet, wil
I be present during the delibera
tions.
Friday evening and Saturday
March 21st and 22nd. have beei
designated as ZOA Sabbath and i
officially being proclaimed as sue!
bv Governor Dan McCarty
Throughout Florida, special serv
ices will be held in all Synagogue
and Temples for the aleviation o
the plight of East European Jew
ry, according to Chairman Max
Mangold, of the ZOA Sabbath Com
mittee.
Led by Fred Jonas, president o
the Miami Beach Israel District
and all Zionist chapters in the
Metropolitan Miami area, a ban
quet in honor of delegates to thi
National and Regional Council-
will be given on Sunday evening
March 22nd at 6:30 p.m. Scene oi
the affair is Temple Beth Sholom
a here ins dinner, under Dietary
Laws, will be served. Toastmastei
'l Mr. Mortimer May, Nashville,
ft ieran world Zionist leader anii
spokesman for the American Zion
ist movement.
Guests of honor will be Rabbi
Irving Miller and Colonel Chain
Herzog, son of Israel's Chief Rabb
Isaac Herzog. The Banquet Com
mittee includes Fred Jonas, Mor
timer May, S. A. Goodman, Judg
Harold Spaet and Elvin Hellman
Associates aare Judge Edwarc
Oka. Councilman Burnett Roth
Councilman Bernard Frank. Sey
I mour B. Liebman. Alex Vai
Straiten, Sidney Sachs. Morris Si
man. Dr. E. Kaplan. Abe Kurmar.
.nd Joseph Panto.
Local Zionist leaders meet with national figures to plan the ZOA Administrative Council Con-
ference scheduled for Miami Beech on the weekend of March 22nd. Shown seated (left to
right) are S. A. Goodman, co-chairman of the 3anquet Committee; Mortimer May, honorary
co-chairman; and Alex Van Straaten, executive of the Mian'i Zionist District. Standing (left
to right) are Max Mangold, chairman of ZOA Sabbath; Fred Jonas, president of the Israel
Zionist District; Seymour B. Liebman, vice president of the Southeast Zionist Region; and Elvin
Hellman, editor of the Israel Zionist.
t(oodN lli-ilit In
Hatlkvah Author
To Be Buried
n Tel Aviv
NEW YORK (WNS) The body
>f Naphtali Herz Imber. poet
Ireamer whose immortality rests
n his authorship of the Hatikvah,
ewish national hymn, was shipped
ast week for reinterment in Israel
iboard the SS Tel Aviv of the
American Israeli Line.
The poet will be rcinterred in the
'el Aviv National Cemetery bur-
al site of many Zionist immortals
t was announced by Morris Mar
lulies, former national secretary
if the Zionist Organization of Am
ria who headed a committee that
nade the arrangements.
Following shipment of the body.
i memorial service for Imber was
K-ld at the Educational Alliance
i ite of his funeral, where leading
| innist personalities eulogized
him. linger compose*! th.' Hatih
llomb Dropped
At Sviingogue
DENVER (WNS) The fourth
bombing incident in eighteen
months within the vicinity of the
BlfG SynagogUJB here occurred last
week when a crudely made bomb
w.i- dropped into a parked car
, whose owner was attending a Pion-
United States polio toward Israel.' oer Woimm function in the syna-
a government spokesman announc- in> building.
The Denver chief of police, on
Shareit To Seek
Mvvlintj With
Eisvnhoirvr
JERUSALEM i.ITA) Israel
Foreign Minister Moshe Sharctt
will come to the United States ;ii
the end of March and will seek
to see I're-ident Eisenhower and
Dr. Belkin Is Guest Of Honor At
Yeshiva University Luncheon Here
Dr. Samuel Belkin. president of Yeshiva University, was honored
yesterday noon at a luncheon held in the Grossinger-Pancoast Hotel by
leaders of the South Florida campaign for the medical school co-spon-
sored by Yeshiva and the City of New York. _______ _
Dr. Belkin, now in his tenth year
as president of Yeshiva University,
has led the University during its
period of greatest academic and
physical expansion. Dr. Belkin's
tenure as president has seen the
elevation of Yeshiva to University
status, to become the first in Amer-
ica under Jewish auspices and the
establishment of graduate depart-
ments in mathematics, education
and community administration.
Both the enrollment and budget
have doubled, and the historic char-
ter, to establish the nation's first
non-sectarian Medical College un-
der Jewish auspices, was acquired.
The Medical College will be the
first unit of a $25,000,000 Medical
Center comprising Colleges of
Dentistry, Nursing, Public Health
and Post-Graduate units
The Medical Center will be af-
filiated with the City's $36,500,000
Bronx Municipal Hospital Center.
Today, Yeshiva University with
an enrollment of some 2,000 stud-
ents, comprises eight schools and
divisions which offer courses of
study leading to 15 different grad-
uate and undergraduate degrees.
Dr. Belkin, like his predecessor,
the late Dr. Bernard Revel, brought
to the presidency of Yeshiva, the
Talmudic learning of the long-es-
tablished Rabbinic centers of Eur-
ope, enhanced by the general
scholarship and scientific training
acquired in American universities.
I'd following a meeting of th..- Cab-
inet.
Reporting on the Cabinet meet
ing, the spokesman added that the
Ministers had heard a comprchen- 1 in70stV-at"ion^
sive report by Premier David Bcn-
Gurion on Israel's security situa-
tion The spokesman brushed b tide
all questions concerning the Pre-
mier's report
complaint of the local Anti-Defa-
mation league office, said he
would take personal charge of the
Options Clash
I EL AVIV (JTA) A new clash
broke out at Kibbutz Yad Hannah.
HI AS Purchases
Vatican Building
NEW YORK (WNS) Purchase
from the Vatican of a half-com-
pleted monestary in Jerusalem for
the purpose of housing 100 women
attending the Hebrew University-
was announced this week by the
Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society in
a statement by its president, Ben
Touster.
Jack and Irving Schapiro, of
Schapiro's Kosher Wines, under
orthodox supervision have appoint-
ed Victor Wines & Liquor, Incor-
porated, of Miami, as sole distrib-
utor for their strictly kosher line
of wines. The Schapiros are under
the supervision of Rabbi Abraham
I. Shisgal.
Israel Readies
Hotels For
1% Tourists
TEL AVIV (WNS) With Pass-
over expected to bring in a record
influx of tourists, Israel is prepar-
ed with greatly augmented hotel
accommodations. Twenty-five new
hotels, representing a total foreign
investment of $10,000,000 have
; f the new hotels have been aided
with loans from Israel Bonds.
While the pressure on Tel Aviv
and Jerusalem hotels has been re-
lieved, it is estimated that some
2.500 additional first class hotel
rooms are required in various oth-
er parts of Israel, particularly in
the Galilee and the Negeb.
Standards of some of the new
hotels nearing completion com-
pare with those of Florida and the
Riviera. The new Nordau-Plaza,
which will shortly open its doors
in Tel Aviv, offers its guests an
indoor swimming pool, as well as
a private beach. The Dan has air
conditioning, a great boon in sum-
mer. The Argall at Herzlia. which
will be opened in time for Pass-
over, boasts of a novelty in the
way of a subtropical garden grow-
ing may species of desert plants.
Three-thousand more American
tourists visited Israel this year
than the previous year. In all, a
total of 33,000 tourists came to Is-
rael in 1952. The introduction of a
more favorable rate of exchange
has proven a stimulus to the tour-
ist traffic.
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Name Directors
Of UM Symphony
The general annual meeting of
The Symphony Club of The Uni-
versity of Miami was held at the
Miami Beach Auditorium on Tues-
day.
The following Board members
were elected. The 1953 club of-
ficers will be chosen from among
the directors at the next Board
meeting. March 18th. at the Miami
Beach Auditorium.
Directors for One Year Term:
Mrs. Ernest H. Bailey. Mrs. War
ren Freeman. Mr. Phill C. Gallag-
her. Miss Jeanne Garrard. Mr
Walter Jacobs. Mrs. Alexander
Kogan. Mrs. P. R. Mallory. Mr-
Mabel P. Murray. Mrs. Clifton D.
Pawley. Mrs. Albert Pick. Mr>
Claude A. Kenshaw. Mrs. J Myer
Schine.
Directors for Two Year Term:
Mr. George J. Bertman. Mr Her-
man A. Binder. Mrs Svend Droby.
Mrs. Joseph Duntov. Mrs. Maurice .
Lev. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers.
Mr. Henry J. Nelson. Judge Ken
neth Oka. Mrs. John L. Prosser
Mr. Leo Robinson. Mrs. I .Daniel
Mr. William Taradash.
Directors for Three Year Term:
Mrs II Da>ton Allen. Mrs. Lou-
i> Glasser, Sirs. A. Judson Hill.
Mrs C. V Jackson, Mrs. Dorothy
Stearns Mayer. Mrs. M. L. N'eher.
Mrs Monte Selig, Mrs. Franz1
Stewart, Weintraub, Mrs. Sydney
L Weintraub. Mrs. Mitchell Wolf-
son. Mr. Richard F. Wolfson, Mrs
V. D. Wright.
Music For Every Occasion
. ,h th United Svnaqoque of America, the American jewiBh Press.
By special arrangement w.^Umtod gjW, of Eng,ish-Jewish Newspapers, here-
the feature and news serviced the American ^ g are by Reuyen Kom
with syndicates Songs To Share DTBOM o. ^oia*
kofi. The Ulustrations are by E. Sfloss- M shir publi8hed by the United
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Rvliqious Svhool
Honor Roll
Ben Zion Ginsburg. chairman of
the Religious School of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center, announces
the Honor Roll in Scholarship for
the mid-semester of the Spring
term.
CLASS 1A Susan Bookspan.
Stephen Cypen. Howard Hirsch-
field. Susan Scher and Norman
Schwartz.
CLASS IB Alan Kurzweil, San-
dra Katz. Ronald Seifer. Daniel Ap-
pelrouth. Stephen Chaikin. Jerome
Chaves. Roger Grayman. Perry
Steinberg. Larry Schwartz. Myron
Lieberman. Eileen Nash and The-
odore Nash.
CLASS 1C Robert Channon.
Stephen Girard. Larry Israel. Mel-
vyn Rosenthal. Warren Weisoff
and Susan Zimmerman.
CLASS 2A Stuart Auerbach.
Margaret Cohen. Stephen Farber.
Charles Cans. Stanley Halpern.
Gary Kaplan. Alan Medof. Michael
Peyton. Jack Rabin and Ronald
Rothstein.
CLASS 2B Elliott Friedwald.
Simon Kreindler. Harvey Shapiro.
Daniel Reinhardt. Edward PottliU-
er and Stephen Marks
CLASS 3A Robert Goldwyn..
Charles Homer, Jerome Weisberg.
Donald Klein. Leonard Levy and
Richard Steinbook.
CLASS 3B Stephen Bookspan.
Also Borenstein. Rosalind Lehr-,
man. Peter Perkel and Leopold j
Winkler.
GRADE 4 Linda Aranoff. |
Ronald Brodie. Edward Ginsburg.
Raymond Sponder.
GRADE 5 Joel Channing. Stan-
ton Pikus. Sheldon Reinhardt, Bar-
bara Turoff and Bonnie Ruben-
stein.
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La/dine Kulinberg
L Rutenberg
fcmorrow
|rs. Morris Rulcnberg,
Ohio, announce the
their daughter, Ger-
Irporal Ah in B. Green-
funitecl State Air Force
licAD, Miami.
ng will take place to-
rch 14th, .it the home
Mr- Harrj Plaakoff,
i Street, cousins of the
bi Alfred Waxman will
nberg is employed as
the Bureau of Jew-
bn of Greater Miami.
plan to make their
lean.
sparent- will be in Mi-
I wedding.
Tobie Jacobskind,
Nathanson To Wed
Mr. and Mrs, Max Jacohskind an-
nounce the engagement of th daughter, Tobie. to Ion Allen Nath-
anson, of Biddeford. 'Maine. He is
the son of Mrs. Sarah Nathanson,
of Maiden. Massachusetts, and the
late Rabbi Moqjfs Nathanson. The
bride-elect's family resides at 1765
SW 16th Terrace.
Miss Jacobskind. a native Miam-
ian. was graduated from Miami
Senior High School and received
the AB degree at the University
of Miami in 1949. She was a mem-
ber of Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority
and is now affiliated with the sor-
ority's local Alumnae Association.
While at the University, she was
named to Who's Who in American
Colleges and Universities, was a
member of Nu Kappa Tau Worn
en's Honorary, Lead And Ink, Jour
nalism Honorary and was graduat
cd cum laude. During the past few
years, she has been employed with
*JetlsiifhraU^fL
PAGE HA
and active in Jewish communal ac
tivities.
She was teenage and youth direc-
| tor with the Jewish Centers Asso-
ciation and also a case-aide with
the Jewish Social Service Bureau.
She was recently associated with
; the Personnel Department At
Johnnie & Mack. Incorporated.
Mr. Nathanson was graduated
from Biddeford High School and
attended Colby College in Water-
ville, Maine. During World War
II he was with the United States
Army Engineers.
The couple will be married on
March 22nd, and after a honey-
moon, will reside in Biddeford.
irds Will Be Feted Sunday For
fith Yesiiiva Torah Vodaath
I three decades of serv-
Jlmerican and Greater
pi communities by Mr.
muel Reinhard will be
I Sunday night, March
|the Miami couple will
th a testimonial din-
by Yeshiva Torah
Mesivta
bnce of more than 200
Hotel Kriward is.
[David Levinson, chair-
unction yeshiva Tor-
and Mesivta is the
dox Jewish seminary
I States.
hus Bryskman, Pro-
bbbinics and field di-
prah Vodaath, will be
*aker at the dinner.
Irs will include Rab-
pirman. of the Miami
1 Center; Rabbi Moses
if Beth Jacob Congre-
fresident of the Great-
abbinical Association;
Pn E. Rackovsky, of
Congregation; Rabbi
Mils Judy ttfcot
Miss Lefcoe Heads
Artzenu Habonim
Miss Judy Lefcoe has been nam-
ed president for her second term
,)f the Artzenu Habonim.
Other officers are the Misses
Norma Rabinowitz, vice president;
Judy Schear, secretary; Naida
Lehr, treasurer; Alice Stone, as-
sistant treasurer; Roberta Rand,
program chairman; and Joyce
Scheiner, assistant program chair-
man.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maur-
ice Lefcoe, 2120 SW 21st Street.
Judy is a charter member and
founder of Artzenu Habonim.
FsraeHte f'enter
I Fetes Weinheru.
ftFfi'a. Sandier
The Israelite Center will honor
, two of its members on Sunday ev-
ening, March 15th. 6:30 p.m.
Albert Wei nberg and Mrs. Sam
Sandier will be feted at a testi-
monial dinner, according to David
\ Granat, chairman of the affair.
Mrs. Sandier is chairman of the
Board of Education at the Center.
She is also a member of the Jew-
I ish War Veterans Auxiliary, the Sil-
ver Bluff PTA, Kadimah Chapter
of the Pioneer Women's Organiza-
| tion and a Woodman of the World.
Mrs. Sandier was the organizer
and first president of the Israelite
Center PTA.
Weinberg has served as financial
secretary of the Center since No-
vember, 1949. He is a Mason and
a memhor of Sholem Lodge, B'nai
B'rith.
Assisting with arrangements are
Mrs. Nathan Shcnkin, co-chairman,
and Irving Sperling, toastmastcr.
Simon April of Miami Hebrew
| School and Congregation; and Rab-
,bi Shmaryahu Swirsky of Beth El
Congregation.
Miami Beach Councilman Ber-
nard Frank, co-chairman of the
dinner, will extend greetings. Sam-
uel Grundwerg and Jacob Schecter
are vice chairmen of the affair.
CantorJVbraham Seif will render
the musical portion of the program.
Sandy and Faith Reinhard,
grandchildren of the honored
guests and students at the Hebrew
Academy, will extend their salu-
tations.
The Reinhards, founders of Tor-
ah Vodaath, will be presented with
a plaque honoring their service by
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, princi-
pal of the Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy and a Torah Vodaath
graduate.
Others taking part in the pro-
gram will include Councilman Har-
old Turk and Hyman Kolko, of
Rochester, New York, a national
director of Torah Vodaath.
1
v irsii Torah
In HoitMVstpad
At the first meeting held in the
newly-completed Jewish Center on
NE 8th Street, last Sunday evening,
i he' first Torah ever to be seen
.n Homestead was presented to
the first Jew ever to set foot in
Homestead, Max Losner.
Losner accepted the Torah. a gift
jf Sol and Nelson Neuman, in hoh-
>r of their parents, Israel and Rose
Neuman.
Losner handed the Torah to Sam
Shankman who originated the idea
of a Jewish Center in Homestead,
and Shankman accepted the scroll
in the name of the Jewish Center.
The Passover Week, commencing
on March 30th, will be celebrated
at the Jewish Center with a Seder.
The Seder Committee is composed
of Alex Rosen, Harry Jalfec and
Mrs. Paul Losner. Herman Marks
is in charge of reservations.
Personally
Speaking
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Duke, of
New York City, are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Hyman Komoroff, of 1812
SW 11th Street, and Mr. Duke's
sister, Mrs. Sadie Sionsky. They
will remain here through the Pass-
over holidays. Before returning
home, Mr. and Mrs. Duke will visit
their son in Gainesville, where he
is a member of the University of
Florida faculty.
h & -tr
Off for an extended vacation in
the North are Mr. and Mrs. A. M.
Dorff, of 972 SW 3rd Street, where
Mr. Dorff will recuperate from a
recent illness. While there, they
will visit with their children, Dr.
and Mrs. Arthur Hochheiser, of
Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey,
and Norman J. Dorff, Passaic, New
Jersey.
Cr Mr. Benjamin Russem, of Lawr-
ence, Massachusetts, is a guest at
the Norman Hotel, Miami Beach.
Named outstanding citizen by a
group of Christians and Jews in
Lawrence, he was the subject of
an address by the Massachusetts
Attorney General at a testimonial
dinner held in his honor. %
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cohen were
honored last Friday evening at a
surprise testimonial tendered them
by members of the Flagler-Granada
Jewish Community Center. The
Cohens are Miami residents, with
their daughters. Ina and Marianne,
since 1946. They were instrumen-
tal in founding the Flagler-Granada
Center.
Weinberg
Mrs. Sandier
On the committee are Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Backhaut, Mrs. Al Bart, Mrs.
Lillian Becker, Mrs. Robert Beck-
er, Mrs. Sam Benus.
Mrs. Marvin I. Boss
Schneiderman, Boss
To Live In Missouri
Miss Joyce Schneiderman was
married to Marvin L. Boss on
March 1st. The wedding took place
in the Monte Car!.) Hotel, with Rab-
bi Max Shapiro officiating.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. William Schneiderman,
517 SW 7th Court. The groom's
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Nat Boss,
Coral Gables and Potosi, Missouri.
Miss Barbara Loeb was maid of
honor for her cousin. Samuel Ev-
ans, the bride's brother-in-law was
best man.
Newlywed Mrs. Boss graduated
from Miami High School. The
groom attended Washington Uni-
versity at St. Louis and served four
years with the Air Force in the
Mrs. Sam Eisner. Charles Fidel- Pacfic and Alaskan theaters,
man, Mrs. Jack Finkelstein. Mrs. The couple will make their home
Jack Gorman, Sam Sandier and in St. Louis, where Mr. Boss is a
Nathan Shenkin. buyer for a chain of retail stores.
Tots About Town...
THE LAUGH'S ON YOU .
Phillip I. Goldstein. 3Vi-month-
old son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Gold-
stein, 310 Candia, Coral Gab-
les, laughs gayly to indicate he
knew about the matter all
along.

I DON'T QUITE AGREE.
SIR Terry Jay's expression
is decidedly one of superior
judgment. Terry is the 116.
month-old pride of Mr. and Mrs.
E. S. Seitlin. 3063 SW 16th Ter-
race, Miami. M'
'



THAT WAS A GOOD ONE
. quiDs Steven Friedman.
eVi-month-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. H. Friedman. 491 NE 62nd
Street.
AND THEN WHAT DID SHE
SAY? queries Abbey Lynn.
2-yearold daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. S. Kolber, 4110 Riviera
Drive.
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.FRIDAY
Ritters Give Scroll
To Academy
Mr. and M Samuel Hitler. Mi-
ami Beach pioneers and hotel own-
ers, will honor the sixth anni-
versary of the Hebrew Academy
with the presentation of a Sefer
Torah on Sunday evening, March
22nd. at 8 p.m.. in the Aca.leim
Auditorium.
Dr. David S. Andron. president,
said that the Torah is the sixth
Scroll of Law to be placed in the
Ark of the Hebrew Academy.
Mr. and Mrs. Ritter were among
the early founders of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center They are ac
tive workers in the Jewish Home
for the Aged. Haddassah. Board
members of the Beth Jacob ("on
gregation and are among the foun
ders of the Hebrew Academy. Cur-
rently, they are vice presidents of
the Hebrew Academy men's and
women's organizations, respec
tively.
According to Rabbi Alexander S
Gross, principal, many leading
Rabbis, spiritual leaders, heads of
congregations, civic leaders and
lay citizens of the community have
been invited to attend the dedica-
tion ceremonies.
The 60-voice Hebrew Academy
Chorus will be featured in musical
selections, conducted by Miriam
Donnerstag. mu>ic director
Opera Workshop
Vvaturvs Mvnotti
tiravano Pnerlni
The UniversitJ "i Mi.cn. n:
Workshop, headed by Dr Art
ill F:iippi. will present two com-
plete one Carlo
Menotti's The Teleph me ..:.! !' ic
cini's Gianni Schicchi in I
Hall on M t i I all March
16th. 8:30 p.m
Barbara Cusuman i, coloral
who tan \ jear's Fie
dermaus, presented bj the Junior
Opera Guild, will sin: the role of
Lucy in Thi Telephone Richard
Gordon, lyric baritone who sang
Falke in Fladermaus, will sin:: the
rule of Ben
Singins the title role in Gianni
Schicchi will be Edward Doe basso
Doe is a member of the Opera
Guild of Greater Miami and ol the
Cincinnati Opera Company Fran-
i Maddaford, mezzo-soprano, will
sing Zita the old woman.
Academy Pupils
Vie For Prizes
Through the cooperation of Rah-
Ibi Alexander S Gross, principal.
students of the Hebrew ACS Ic:>
are now being ottered number of
religious articles as prizes in th \
current Jewish Floridian subscrip-
tion drive.
Rabbi Gross indicated here this
week that the religious pn/.es have
great significance for students of
the Hebrew Academy, since they
are expressions of the cultural and
traditional Jewish heritage so fun
damental to their studies
Among the prizes being offeree
are a leather bound Siddur. a leath-
er-bound Bible and the Sefer Hagfr
doth, a set of four volumes.
Students at the Hebrew Acad-
emy are currently participating in
The Jewish Floridian subscription
drive as part of a campaign to
bring the English Jewish news
paper into an increasing number
of homes and classrooms in the
Greater Miami area
"Because it enlarges one's fund
of knowledge of Jewish affairs,
deepens one's understanding of
Judaism and stimulates Jewish sol
idarity. we feel that the Floridian
deserves a place in every Jewish
home." said Milton Balsam, the
publication's circulation and pub-
lic relations director.
Balsam explained that the cur-
rent drive is part of the news-
paper- general policy geared to-
ward expansion and increased cov-
erage
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The Real Life Picture Company,
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specializing in three-dimensional
natural color photography.
The firn l- under the direction
of Samuel Hohauser, in charge of
photograpahy and advertising
sales \ member of the Miami
Beach Chamber of Commerce. Real
Life Pictures has been affiliated
with the Advertising Club of New-
York, the National Retail Dry
......I- Association and the Adver-
tising Federation of America.
R< al Life has served many cli-
ent- in the Greater Miami area
They have serviced the three-di-
mensional photography needs of
Mr an! Mrs II T Merrill. Mr and
Mrs Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Mr
and Mn F. drimmig. Mr and lira
B Weiner, Jacques Pa-try Shop.
Floral Arts Crafts, Playclothes of
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brew Academy as Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal (standing, right), looks on .
to right) are Herman Shapiro. Balsam and Joseph Lauer. Standing (left to right)"
Briclcman. Efrom Mescheloff and Edwin Ginsbuig.
PASSOVER SEDER
MONDAY, MARCH 30th 6:30 P.M.
HOLLYWOOD BEACH HOTEL
(Mirdi G r a s Room)
Service to bo conducted by
Rabbi Marius Ranson
...
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, Includes tip. !.,\ .i- .. e)
Information: Mrs. M. Forman. Hollywood rfl
Make chock payable to "SISTERHOOD" and <
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PUBLIC INVITED
Rabbi N. Peter Levinson, the
only Rubbi in East and West
Berlin, will be s3nt by the
Jewish Center Lecture Bureau
of the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board on a lecture tour
of the United States from Ap-
ril 25th to May 17th, with the
true story behind the Soviet
persecution of the Jews. An
American citizen, Rabbi Lev-
inson was ordained by He-
brew Union College in Cin-
cinnati in 1948. and during
the same year was ecclesias-
tically endorsed as a chap-
lain by the National Jewish
Welfare Board.
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Liman a pioneer Mi-
tlm ,255 SW 19th
* 'Wednesday. March
Kad opened BiUyJ
(here 38 years WO, af-
I (rom New York- He
land operator of the
faff Street, and later
l in the Seybold Ar-
id since retired.
Member of the Mason-
| the Shrine.
fare his wife, Sophie;
Lilian; a son, Harvey.
hndidate School with
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i With burial in the
iMt. Ncbo Cemetery.
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[Unveiling
linn of I monument
U of the la'.e Harry
tmcrly of 84<> !-cnox
tmi Beach, will take
C March 15th. 12 noon.
(Memorial Park Ceme-
Ubi Hoses Meschelofi
LMr. Zeilinger is sur-
Iwife. Esther, two sons.
iarles. and four daugh-
fuilian. Dorothy and
linger was a member
Congregation. Ar-
tc in charge of Palm-
Monument Company,
relatives are asked to
Markowitz Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Nathan
Markowitz. pioneer resident and
business man of Miami, formerly
of 837 Venetian Way. will take
place Sunday, March 15th, 3 p.m.,
at VVoodlawn Park Cemetery', with
Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Mr.
Markowitz is survived by his wife,
Frieda, a daughter, Francine. his
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Marko-
witz, of Miami Beach, and four
. brothers, including Abe Markowitz.
of Ft. Lauderdale, Harry'. Isidore
and Ben, of Miami, two sisters,
Mrs. Harry Fischer, of Miami, and
Mrs. Herbert O. May, of Hollywood.
Fla. Mr. Ma'rkowitz was a member
of Congregations Beth David and
Beth Sholom. also a member of the
B'nai B'rith, Miami Chamber of
Commerce. Miami Builders Ex-
change, Master Plumbers Associ-
ation. American Red Cross, Grid
Iron Club. Westview Country Club,
also honorary life member of the
Mt. Sinai Hospital. Arrangements
are in charge of Palmers Miami
Monument Company. Friends and
relatives are asked to be present.
Obituaries
Unveiling
Nation of a monument
lory of the late Isaac
formerly ol 139 Merid-
, will take place Su*.-
15th. 2 p.m., at Mt.
try. with Rabbi Joseph
Mfieiatinn Mr. Smelan-
led by his wife, Sophie,
m. Lawrence and Sam-
k. and a daughter. Mrs.
ledman. of Miami, six
an and three great
|n. Arrangements are
I Pelmer's Miami Mon-
ny. Friends and rela-
ted to attend.
Goldpin Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Isidore
Goldpin. formerly of 850 Ocean
Drive. Miami Beach, will take place
Sunday. March 15th, 1 p.m., at Mt.
Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery.
Mr. Goldpin is survived by his
wife. Esther. Arrangements are in
charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to be present.
JULIUS A. CITRON
69. n winter m...i,.i, died on March
f.th in a ;,'.,! hospital He is survived
by hi* wife, Beuli two -ens, Ben and
Irving; and t" daushtera, Mr- Elsie
Behun and Mrs. Ann Bpstcln, Re
were sent i>> Chicago, i
'"i vices and Interment b) tin MI-
ml Beach Rlvei d<
ABRAHAM MARCUS
winter visitor, died in a local hospital
in March 7th. He i- sui vlved bj two
sons and daughter, Mr Marcus wai
,i in, mber ol the I letroll Hebrew Eh
nevolent Bocletj Remains were sen)
to Detroit, Ml, hifin. for bi and
Interment liy th,- Miami Beach River-
side.
EDGAR M. HARTZELL
ItTi of HB 8. Mi,,i. Dr., Miami Bea
S ,i Mai I d In Hollj wo i He was
a retired president of s retail clothlhi
company, A Miami Beach resident f,.i
-' |r< irs, be came from Youncstown,
ii. Berylcea were bald In Toangstown
I with Riverside Funeral Home handling
i.:, in, Mis Sur\ Ivol ,"i III
It... FCi ma, a da ichter, Ml Jane H
New fork. one bi other an i
two grandchildren
DAVID WILLENS
f.i>. of "i"i 'oM ;- \ i Ml "1 B, acl
pauaaed away March Srd. The n
were sanl to New ">',< citj f"i sen
leas and burial, Beach Memorial
Chapel was in charge. Ha had been
a winter vlaltoi bare for ir. years.
Surviving are his wife. Birdie, and
two daughters, Mrs Helen Mo
Mrs. Iva Schlesln
MRS. LILLIAN KAY
-,:i. ISO Kff 29th BL, died In a local
ho pita I Tnuraday, March 5th, after
brief lllnaaa, she came heri IS
yean ago from Brooklyn Surviving
are her mother, Mrs Qussle Fischer,
Brooklyn; two daughters, Mrs. Jern
Brhi an l Mrs. Ben Drucker, Miami
four sisters anil two brothers. Fun-
eral services were held Siinilay with
Internieiit in Mi Nebo Cemetery.
MRS. HELEN LOW
}1, ol 2200 s\v iiih Ter passed away
March 5th. Service* were heul s-.in-I
[ay in tlordon's Miami Funeral Home
Chapel, with burial in Ml Nebo Ceme-
n i.-iw an,,- hen
I rrom Detroit, She is sun Ived b
her hutband, Hanruel; three
- sg| Paul of ii,,. a i Porci Jack of
Miami, ami Allan ,,f Philadelphia; two
Mi- Lillian Zan. of Mi-
mi, Be ich. a ml M i s Ruin -mihi elsi I
Mew York; a brother, Samuel
tchelnoff ,.f Philadelphia; a slater,-
\li- Jack Lesser of Philadelphia, and
lour siainl, hllilren.
IRVING LEVY
, n v M^** ut V Y
Is, a winter visitor from Brooklyn, n
v.. who hail been here onlj ai >i i
days, in--..,i away Ma/ch ith. lie was
; "- al _';:i Plnetree I n.. Miami
Burvtrlng are his wlf.e Bather;
i daughter, a brother, and two sis-
t< i Rlvt aide funeral Home, Miami
Bi ii h, wasa In harge of local Br-
and sent the remains to
Mi a ITork for service I
FANNIE MUCHMANTZ
ill I 'olllni .\i,...... passed away
hi re Intel menl i....., uli........ .
i y, March 1st, on Mount Nebo Ceme-
te s Ms Muchnsanti Is survived bj
her husband, Max; and a nephew,
Mom i- i,,.i in. ,,r Miami Bi ach Ar-
nenti were by the Beach Me-
moi ial i hapel,
Hollywood, Fort
Lauderdale Join
In Seder Evening
A dramatic presentation of the
traditional Passover Eve Seder din-
ner and religious service is being
planned for Monday evening,
March. _30th. at the Hollywood
Beach Hotel and will be conducted
under the auspices of the Sister-
hood of Temple Emanu-El of
Broward County and Golden
Bearh. with Mrs. Marius Ranson,
of Fort Lauderdale. and Mrs. Mil-
ton Forman, of Hollywood, as co-
chairmen.
Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi of
Temple Emanu-El will conduct the
Seder, with Mrs. Ranson serving as
master of ceremonies. Honors will
be given to Jewish women of the
area who have made distinctive
contributions to the Temple.
Assisting with arrangements are
the Mesdames Evelyn Borcn, Mur-
: -sis""""
, ,MD >U* ,0 I"*
Singer Unveiling
The dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late Morris Sing-
er, formerly of 1028 Michigan Av-
enue, will take place Sunday.
March 14th, 4 p.m., at Mt. Sinai
Memorial Park Cemetery', with Rab-
bi Moses Mescheloff officiating.
Mr. Singer is survived by his wife,
Julia, a son. Harold, and three
daughters, Charlotte Weinstein.
Anna Lieberman and Sadie Price,
also seven grandchildren and one
great grandchild. Mr. Singer was
a member of Beth Jacob Congre-
gation. Arrangements are in
charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to be present.
MRS. SOPHIE PLAVNICK
;. of IS1 BW Hat Ave who .aim-
here 10 years ago from New Yolk,
ille.l FMday, Surviving are her hus-
band. Alex J., Of Miami, and two
daughters. Mrs Prances ll,.ffst<-ln and
Mrs. Sylvia Kamlsh, both of N< a
York. Private servlcei were held in
Cordons Miami Funeral Home
JULIUS BECK
18, of ",'.". SW 12th Avenue, former
niuiit club operator and resident here _
for l", years, died Tuesdn) Ben ray Simons. Charles Greenman, H.
,,nd I,,,,,i artll be in Detroit, with G Schlafer, Arthur D. Strauss, Mil-
ngements bj i,.......n i-un.iai ** """ ,~ ...... ,
Ho,,,, ton Forman. Joseph \V. Davis, Jos-
,,f ,,:, NM^^,T^s,, awav eph J. Mate, Samuel Ross, Ben Sil-
lav, March loth, in a hval hos- vers and II. J. Siegal, all of Holly-
pital. Burvlved by her husband, Alex.
sisters, Nun Rosenberg, Hos,
Cheeifetl and Mania Zlgberman and
one brother, Boris Sllnitaer. I uneral
rvlcea were held Wednesday, March
llth. p.m., at Riverside Memor'tl
Interment was in Mount Si-
nai Cemetery.
, SAMUEL FRANK
64, of 2009 Collins Ave.. died Thurs-
iiav. March ttb. He came her,- live
vears ago from N. w York, retiring
from the Jewelry business. Services
and burial took place In New York
llearh Memorial Chapel was in charge
of local arrangements.
MRS. TILLIE FLEISSIG
63. of ISM BW Kth S( died Sunday
She had come From Broojklyn, N .
three vears ago. and was a member
of Israelite C-iiter here. Surviving
are her husbanl. Harry, a son. Ca-
nard, Miami; two daughters. Including
Mis. Pauline Frellch of Miami. Ma-
ter and four grandihildren. Services
were held Tuesday at Cordons Miami
Chapel, with burial at Mount Sinai
Cemetery. Rabbi Joseph K. Rnckovsk.v
officiated.
Aid Left To
Other Fellow
wood; and Harry Levy, president
of the Sisterhood, and Morris Nan-
kin, both of Fort Lauderdale.
A unique feature of the dinner
will be arrangement of tables ac-
cording to the States of the Union.
It is believed that more than 20
states will be represented by din-
ers. Tables arc also being arrang-
ed for private parties and for visi-
tors. This is the fifth annual Seder
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Brown UnveUing
The dedication of monument to
the memory of the late Louis
Brown, formerly of 1947 Adams
Street, Hollywood, Fla.. will take
place Sunday, March 15th 3 p.m.,
at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Ceme-
tery, with Rabbi Samuel Lenrer
of Temple Beth SJiolom officiating.
Mr. Brown is survived by his wife.
Sarah, and a sn. Earl. He was a
member of Beth David Congrega-
tion. Arrangements are in charge
of Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany. Friends and relatives are
asked to be present.
MRS GUSSIE KUCHAR
55. a winter visitor at a Miami Reach
hotel passed away March .".th The
txiilv was sent to Toronto. Canada, for
services and burial. Cordon Miami
Beach Funeral Home was in charge
locntlv. Surviving are a son. Lou, and
a daughter, Mrs. Bydnay warmn, both
of Toronto.
JACOB KRASNER
60 drug store owner, of 14.,S SW C"'"
St -died Saturday. A resilient here
for the past 10 years, he was a mem-
ber of the H'nai B'rith Lodge of Mi-
ami Beach. He is survived by a son.
two daughters and two sisters. Serv-
, ,1 were held Monday In Miami Riv-
erside Chapel, with burial In Mt. Sinai
Cemetery.
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As the campaign neared its final
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FRIDAY
Judge Rose To Musicians Club
Speak At Beach Garden Party
. r The Musicians Club ol America
Lodge Luncheon vm present an mi day Bazaar and
Judge David A. Rose, of Boston, harden Tea on Saturday, March
chairman ol the National Civil 14th, in the temporal") clubhouse
Right Committee ol the Am*
Defamation League, B'nai B'rith,
will be featured speaker at the
regular meeting ol Miami Beach
Lodge on Wedi March 18th,
8:18 p.m at the Hibiscus Masonic
Lodge Auditorium, it has been an-
nouno d b: Ge< rge J. Talianoff,
president.
A member ol the Executive Com
mittee ol the Anti-Delamation
League Nation Commission, Judge
Rose is a noted national leader m
Jewish and general community ac-
tivity.
An attorney by profession, Judge
Strolling musician Teddy Jan
va will play his accoi
Muriel Hirsh Pick "ill tend
the hat bar. Mrs. Helene Wl
rail chair nan oi the event
Herman Binder and Leonard Kel-
ler ili be Butloneera for the sun
down Chinese auction A fashion
showing of clothe- donated by
members ol the Miami Fash
sion Council will be held at 4 30
p.m.. and the two dozen or more
Coronet models will be introduced
by Martha Chase.
The Florida fashions will be
sold alter the show, including the
hat- made b) Mrs Helene Wig
man. the corsages bj Blackstone
THE FLORIDA SAFETY PROGRAM
is Getting Results

1300
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Rose has been a member ol the Flower Shops donated bj Elaine
Massachusetts House ol Represen- Wallach and is Lyon, as well as
lat.ves and associate justice of the the jewelry given bj Burger of the
Municipal Court of the Dorchester MFC.
District. A large -white elephant' booth.
\11 B'nai B'rith lodges and chap- with many treasure-, will he one
ters in the South Florida area of the features. Registration for
have been invited to attend the membership to the Restaurant of-
meeting which is open to the pub- themonth Club will also be taken
lie. Paul Seiderman i- program Dr. Bertha Foster and Mi Al-
chairman
ben Tick will welcome the guests.
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700
600-
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400
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1946 MILEAGE 0EATH BATE PROJECTED ON ACTUAL MILEAGE TRAVELED.
ACTUAL PUBLIC MOTOR VEHICLE DEATH EXPERIENCE OF RECORD.2/I/5L
" BEST STATE" DEATH RATES APPLIED TO FLORIDA TRAVEL MILEAGE.
The chart above shows what was happening on Florida's hiqhways when the i
program was started in the spring of 1950, and what has happened since thatt
deaths were rising sharply when the program began and that there was anabruptl
after it had been in operation a few months and had begun to take effect. Sinai
ning of 1951. Florida has substantially held its own in highway deaths in spited)
dous increase in traffic. It now seems possible to start the death line downward.^
the i.rs! ; 1 day? c: this vecu totalled 1C0, as compared to 127 for the KZBM
LEGAL NOTICE
Impressed by tne sweep.:iq new industrial strides made by
Isrcel since his 1948 assignment in the country as United
Nations Mediator in Palestine. Dr. Ralph Bunche, on a visit
to the Jewish Slate as a quest of the Israei Government, in-
spected the young republic's industries, manv of them con-
structed or expanded through proceeds from the Israel Bond
drive. Here Dr. Eunche talks with a worker at a modern
Jerusalem shoe factory established with the assistance of
Israel Bend investments. The Middle East peacemaker holds
a pair cf shoes which has just come off the production line.
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End received the Doctor
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He has served congre-
Lvenport and Memphis
1924 ha.- been the spir-
| of the Reform Congre-
Jeth Israel. Philadelphia,
la.
leshriber was appointed
fof the Pennsylvania
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(lent of the Meritorious
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jvic and state activities,
inember of the Founda-
[ral Leadership, Nation-
hood. Marriage Counsel,
Governors Philadelphia
lard of Federation of
irities in Philadelphia
ian of the Executive
[and the Citizens Com-
|Aberlc Strike Arbitra-
khriber i- the author of
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Imitic Contributions To
, Popular Theology and
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Bonnie Lee Walsh, of Jacksonville, on behalf of the crippled
children in Florida, sells the first sheet of Easter Seals to Gov-
emer Dan T. McGarty last week to launch the 1953 appeal.
Francis C. Walton, Daytona Beach, president of the Florida
Society for Crippled children, is shown leading a helping
hand to the 4-year-old girl. The Crippled Children's Society,
159 NE 51st Street, is an affiliate of the Florida Society for
Crippled Children. Local citizens will receive Eastern Seals
at their homes the week of March 8th. The Campaign will run
through April 5th. The society served 286 children last year
in Dade County.
lers To The Editor
br is a recent subscriber
lidian. and I've enjoyed
?h Issue
| as I began reading Leo
olumn today. I felt my
ore rising rapidly and
write you at once to let
| how one person feels
following closely the
warding our State De-
Wforts to prevent the
pies from going "pro-
I feel it is of vast im-
i keep the Communists
kg a strong foothold in
[the world, which is ex-
Would happen if we con-
[Truman policy of fav-
and not doing much
Hems,
be fair about it!
pt one sm.itl cog in the
What Kisenhower is
is look at the over-all
We world and do what-
jtesnry to bring peace
He world.
1 see that by trying to
I between Israel and the
Ither they would be a,
1 enemy of Communist
would be in a much
lion to help the rest of
f^rld combat Commun-
kWl sake give our
d Mr. Dulles a chance
I our foreign policy ac-
cording to their ideas before
jumping on them with caustic and
prejudiced remarks as you've done!
And may I suggest that we Jews
stop the nasty cracks about the
Republican administration until it
has really had a chance to do
things? Let's not cook our own
goose. Accusing them of "double
talk" and questioning Eisenhow-
er's sincerity when he said" there
will be no more Czechoslovakias"
will not do "our people" one bit
of good. What it may do is anger
our good President.
What I am trying to say is that
your cutting remarks and the whole
tone of your tirade is unwarranted,
undiplomatic and somewhat imma-
ture.
History is in the makingdon't
try to rush it. And let me add that
I am as good a Jew as you are, be-
lieve me.
Mrs. S. Levine
Radio Synagogue
Scheduled Again
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder
and president of the Radio Syna-
gogue of America, announced this
week the reactivation of the Radio
Synagogue which was heard on
local stations in previous years.
"In planning to resume the radio
broadcasts over station WQAM,
we are mindful of the ever-grow-
ing need for this service for the
shut-ins who are otherwise denied
religious inspiration and com-
fort," the Rabbi said.
"The format of the program will
be the same as in the past and
will be acceptable to non-Jews, as
well as to Jews."
The initial program in the new
series will be heard at 9 a.m., wn
Sunday, and every Sunday there-
after, over radia station WQAM.
Rabbi Machtei will conduct the
Radio Synagogue.
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FRIDAY. MARCH 13, 1953
#an Division Sets Kick Off For
. 500 Volunteers To Comb Area
I .......urc mnnitv Center and National C<
j 500 volunteer workers
Llitan Division of the
fJewish Appea I J
launch tneir
door-to-door so-
licitation on Sun-
day. March 15th,
a,' b k i c k o f f
breakfast in the
Colony Restaur-
ant.
According t o
Harry Zukernick,
chairman, work-
ers in the South-
mst area will at-
Wakfa4 together with
[captains to launch the
phase of the annual
| to address the break-
i is Rabbi James G.
tident Of the Labor Zf-
,lion of America and
fjtus of Isaac M. Wise
[Cincinnati. Ohio.
munity Center and National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women Welfare Pro-
gram. .
In all, 45 agencies receive direct
aid 86 a result of Greater Miami's
annual Combined JewUh Appeal.
These include 11 Israel and United
Jewish Appeal groups, eight serv-
ice and cultural institutions, 16 re-
ligious and educational agencies
and four civic defense organiza-
tion!.
Kane urged resident* to welcome
volunteer workers and "to give
generously in order to meet world-
wide Jewish needs through a unit-
ed community campaign."
_________________________SEC. B
Hold Seminar For
Hebrew Teaicliers
Seminar sessions for Hebrew
teachers are now in progress spon-
sored by the Bureau of Jewish Edu
cation and the Hebrew Teachers'
Association of Greater Miami. Ses-
sions are held on Tuesdays at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center from |
8:30 to 10:30 p.m.
Harry Perach Kwhitney, instruc-
tor at the Hebrew Academy, leads
the course in Bible on the book of
Isaiah. Joshua Stadlan. Academy
instructor, presents the discus-
sions on methods of teaching sub-
jects in the afternoon school.
David Friedman, instructor at
the Miami Beach Jewish Center,
will continue the course in Bible
and also acts as chairman of all
Seminar sessions.
Left to right ore Mrs. Millicent C. Mclntosh, president of Bar-
nard College; Mrs. Edward W. Macy. national president of the
Young Women's Christian Association; Mrs. Irving M. Engel,
NCJW national president; and Thurman Arnold, former asso-
ciate justice of the US Court of Appeals. They will be prin-
cipal speakers at the 20th Triennial Convention of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women which opens on Sunday
evening. March 15th. at the Hotel Statler in Cleveland. The
conference will close Friday mornina. March 20th. More than
800 deleqates from all parts of the United States, represent-
ing 100,000 women in 245 local Council Sections, will partici-
pate in the conference. Attending the Triennial Convention
from Miami are Mrs. Theodore Pritikin, Mrs. Aaron Farr, Mrs.
Ben Rich and Mrs. Stanley C. Meyers, National Board mem-
ber.
Weink/e
line program with Rabbi
]be Howard Kane, gener-
chairman; Carl Wein-
|ent of the Greater Mi-
IFederation: and Zuker-
olitan Division chair-
ding a group of 29 cap-
|six majors will be Irving
trman of the Southwest
i will receive instructions
I Kopelowitz, Miami Met-
Ichairrnan Southwest ar-
Mb
ts include Mrs. Samuel
Hyman Kam. B. H. Lib-
>ck Regal. Abe White-
Oscar Zeltzer.
card- and workers' kits
[issued to volunteers in
|on for the house-to-house
eginning Sunday and con-
1 until the Metropolitan
{$75,000 has been attained,
goal for the Greater Miami
is Sl.398.000. Prelimin-
have roulted in attain-
[more than 64 percent of
goal, according to Kane, j
[Combined Jewish Appeal
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kernick a- he urged resi-
ithe Southwest section to
* kickoff affair. "Today,
?day. Jews are agaain flec-
|heir live-, and we must be
to feed, clothe and care
Fho escaped from Iron Cur-
ds and to movC thcm to Is-
""''': c uintries."
PWer Mi.,mi institutions
j beneficiaries In the Com-
piah Appeal These in-
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Eban Plans Israel's Position At
UNITED NATIONS OTA) The ,
question of aid to the State o
Israel to bolster it against pres-
sure from Moscow is being con-
sidered at high levels. Israel
spokesman are making it clear that
the Soviet-Israel diplomatic break
and the worsened situation in the
Middle East make increased aid to
Israel a paramount need.
Ambassador Eban raised again
with the United States the ques-
tion of military aid to Israel first
raised a year ago and left unan-
swered and saw Harold Stassen.
director of the Mutual Security Ad-
ministration, to discuss current op-
erations of the MSA in Israel and
future developments.
There were numerous indica-
tions in Washington that the Eisen-
hower Administration was hesitant
on the subject of aid to Israel and
inclined to "go slow." Although
stepped up aid to the Jewish State
was a logical expectation once that
state came into line of Communist
fire, high-level Washington was re-
ported fearful of any move that
might disturb the Arab States.
In this connection, it appeared
that the Arab States had won a
fjArabs Tell Bedell
State Because
Smith Not To Help Jewish
Of Russian Activities In Near East
when a diplomat.c pressed the concern of our govern- that he could not categorically an-
.-_- -u..... ... >n- ur "vm' or "nn He said there
Uill Mill-Ill ""' **'v -""-------------
to aid Israel because of the Soviet- for moral and *?*._
Israel imbroglio. They laid that I revealed. He said that the delega-
rommunists are exploiting the tion expressed apprehension
right and that aid to Israel at this over the "dangers involved in in-
juncture "will amount to throwing dulgcnce in such support,
oil on smouldering fire." The Arabs were alarmed over
Block Aid | the situation by which Israel may
The group included the diplo- i get increased support he stated,
matic representatives of Egypt, warning that this would aid vM?or-
Syria. Lebanon. Jordan. Iraq. Ye- out Communist propaganda in the
men and Saudi Arabia. The spokes- Middle East .'
man was Egyptian Ambassador
Kamil Bey Abdul Rahim. He said
that aid to Israel would mean giv-
ing "more arguments and more
weapons'" to the Communist cause
The Egyptian said the Arab dip
Additional Aid
Following this development, the
Washington Bureau of the Asso-
ciated Press reported that "the
Eisenhower Administration has de
Mr. Dulles said that Israel would
bo welcome in such a command.
He said the command would be
comparable to NATO, with the
Middle East countries being linked
with Turkey and Greece. He re
vealed that there had been dis-
cussion on allowing Egypt to pur
chase small quantities of military
equipment of a type not suitable
for warfare against Israel. No
definite decision has been reached
on this as yet, he said.
Questioned on whether the State
Department had turned down the
Israel request for moral and ma-
cided to sidestep Israel's bid. tern- terial assistance voiced by Ambas
oniats decided to make the group poranly at least, in order to avoid sador Eban after the Soviet Union
visit the State Department a- a re
suit of publicity arising from Rus-
sia's break with Israel. "We ex
antagonizing
ernments."
When the
strategic Arab gov-
had severed diplomatic ties, the
Secretary said it was not correct to
Jewish Telegraphic sav ,hat Israel's request had been
Agency correspondent brought this j rejected,
to the attention of Secretary ofi At another point in his press
State John Poster Dulles. Mr. conference, the Secretary of State
Dulles declared that the State Dc- asserted that he was not fully fa-
partment had no policy of cold-1 miliar with the situation but that
Ishouldering Israel in favor of the it was his recollection that Israel's
Arab states but that he knows of needs were covered in the current
no plans for additional aid to Is- Mutual Security Aid program and
rael in the wake n! the Soviet dip- that further aid could be granted
lomatic break with Israel. He ad- only with Congressional approval.
drd that any additional aid would He added that he knew of no plans
require Congressional approval. for additional "aid.
He sidestepped another ques-1 Strategy At UN
tinn put to him by the JTA which An indication of the strategy to
asked what action the State De- be pursued by Israel in dealing
partment might take on the re- with the Communist anti-Semitism
quest for non-reimhursible mili issue in the United Nations was
tary aid placed by Israel with the!given during the week when Am-
Department over a year ago. Asked
if there was not already a definite
I plan for sending military aid to
bassador Abba S. Eban unexpect-
edly voted with the Soviet bloc on
place a Polish proposal on "meas-
the Arab states, the Secretary said ures to implement peace" third on
ft P,,litil fw
Thc mo''on fail*
ExPlaining hi,-_ 1
f.nd movement P
urtain which be L.
"> the attention of il
Ho pointed out tad
o do this 2'
was supporting Z
proposal forward L
T"o Hem under g
raise the issue of ,
ma.ns m sixth pi*,-
own propaganda.
Speaking jn x_
Zmder. member oliJ
gation. said that knil
sont its case agaijs,7
>n Soviet Russia sal
nations before the (
bl>' 'he "second m|
The Israel dele?
United Nations, he
make Soviet anti-Sea
implications behind q
issue'' at the curresj
the General AssemMjf
that the Israel delei
preparing its case t_
comprehensive rnwl
es and effects of yM
ism. In preparing its (
der said. "Israel's si
ation will be concern!
ty and well-being ofj
lews remaining beiij
Curtain.''
Many Latin Amen
promised full sl?w|
move which Israel:
gainst the Soviets!
paign at the seventhi
General Assembly.
The Israeli dclea
it was "greatly I
support it had re^,
lomats have bees j
Latin Americas |
as the repress,
countries nn thet,
nist antiSemitiai
To attract and meet the expected larqe numbers of tourists to
Israel from the United States and elsewhere durinq the season,
a dozen top hotels in the young republic are enqaged in con-
structing additional facilities with the assistance of State of
Israel Bonds. An important part of Israel's expanded tourist
program, the construction of the new winas is expected to
make available more than 1,000 first-class additional accom-
odations for visitors by the summer of 1953. Above is the mod-
em Sharon Hotel on the coast near Herzelia.
University Symphony Slates
Soloists For 1953-54 Si
Fightin' Gators
By BRUCE KLION
MIAMIANS AT U of F .
There an many stu
from the Greater Miami ;,,
tending school at the L'niversit)
of Florida in Gainesville. Here Is
the first in what I hope will be a
constant advisory as to who is do
ing what on the campus of the
Fightin' Gators .
B'nai B'rith's Hillel Foundation
is constructing a beautiful new
building that will make it the
standout religious center on camp-
us here Fund raising for the
building started under the presi-
dencj of Stan Minti during the
school years 1950-1992
The Foundation's new president,
Madeline Wein-nan, 1 seein] thi
through ... In th< n Hillel
i- holding brunch every Sunday
in the Student Union or, Campus.
GATOR GREEKS .
Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority is
really proud of its new pledge
class. It's composed of a clever
and really beautiful group of gals.
There's Sue Feldstein, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Feldstein
2926 Royal Palm Avenue .
Not to be outdone are Kathy
Klein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Klein, 320 West 25th Street;
Edyna Luria, daughter of the Les-
ter J. Luries, 1765 Bay Drive, Nor
and Eleanor Krute!,
Que< n of Miami Beach
High ho U the da i bt< r of Mr.
and Mrs .lack Krutel, 1519 I'cnn-
i tvenue.
,ni'-' have been -elected
in the pa-t to grace the pag< ol
the student paper' The Alligator
and the Orange Peel Magazine as
Mysterj Co-eds and Freshmen
Beauties .
WEDDING BELLS .
Incidentally, Zeta Bet. T*u i-
a.i agog over the impending wed
ding of Ken Treister, son ..i the
Arthur Treisters. Miami Beach
and M.ss Praidl Levine, ol I i
'"n- s ina rhe couple
i cember.
''' is now in Charleston pre
the bi
ihTc u ? ,K '' the School of Architecture
The semester Is still y0un
lot more names and news ,
are in the offing. So until then
aee you around Campi."
Mrs. Spaet Holds Coffee
Mrs. Harold Spaet. of 220 West
Rivo Alto Drive, will hold a coffee
at her home on Monday, 1030 am
for volunteer workers in the ML
ami Beach Red Croas drive.
Announcement was made last
wee:, by the University of Miami
of the soloists who will appear with
the University Symphony Orches-
tra next year.
According to Mrs Marie Volpe,
concert manager the Miami Beach
and Dade County Auditoriums have
alread) been reserved for nine
pairs of concerts The drive for new
subscription patron- t,, the I'M
Symphony Orchestra's 27th year is
now on.
Local artist to i. honored next
season is Eugene Dubois, who will
enter in the Fall upon his fourth
.''ar as concertn.as.er with the or-
chestra. He has been given the
final May dates for his appearance
as soloist,
Leading the l,,r of n;,;i.nal and
international talent is Lukas Foss.
pianist composer conductor, a nd
Irmgard Seefried. leading soprano
With the Vienna State Opera Both
Mr lo and Mme Beefried will be
making their initial appearances
here
others scheduled for premier
performances in Miami are Szymon
Goldberg, violinist; Pierre Four-
"xt. 'cellist; and the
will participate th Uni-
versity s production ol Verdi'i l;.
'I""'"1 Ml.....i April l<)54 Thl
',"'lu'1" I Veend, onrano;
Mem man; mezzo-soprano;
SS.2?'tonor.....S2
Phaps the most renowned of
the art,stl scheduled to app,
next season ,s Vladimir Horowitz
Mr Horowitz has achieved world
acclaim for his dazzling perfor-
rneernS.aKnd We" rePr^"ed in
i H \bnnea *ith his '"terpreu-
\SSLi C!!JCerti T^haikowsky.
I Brahms and Rachmaninoff. Hi. re-
rendrtiao of Mmma.>,
list Stevens
Vladimir Morowif! ''"*"
Pierre feurnier
lukas
Pictures At An Exhibition should
be enough to assure packed houses
when he appears here on February
14th and 15th. 1954.
Principal repeat artist will be
Rise Stevens, operative meno-so-
prano, who last was heard by Mi-
ami audiences in 1950. Also return-
ing for another performance will
^ Robert Casadesus, this
Ua wife. Baby, j^i
scheduled rend| '
Piano work shooM "*1
lag n-tcning. *i(* I
John Bilter. > ,
crship of "*rf
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PAGE 3 B
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He can't forget...

fee hasn't forgotten the nightmare of
E933. Today's threatening headlines
Ivun t let him forget.
He thinks, now we must live in fear
gainand an old anguish twists inside
Riim.
Is there never to be an end to it?
Nli.' whispered rumors .. the hate cam-
Ip'.i.'ii... the mounting tensions ... And
sally, the midnight pounding of secret
Ipolice at the door ... "Will this recurrent
[agony nc\ er he done \v!th?
. And then Ik* thinks of Israeli
As long as a strong and growing
Israel existshow exists for those who
lave in the shadow of tear. Their eyes are
terncdon that embattled and pwgnifieent
Lyoung democracy pitting its courage
against all oddsrescuing 750,000 Jews
from doom in a few, furiously-paced
years. That is the Israel you have helped
build through the United Jewish Appeal.
And now, more than ever, your help
is needed. For in the midst of its struggle
- to house its homeless thousands to
strengthen its burdened economy-Israel
must brace itself for whatever fresh re-
sponsibilities tomorrow may bring.
Yes, Kie oppressed, the persecuted,
the fearful dare to live in hope because of
Israel and because of you. Can you
deny them that life-sustaining hope?
Then give generously through your
community campaign. But give swiftly-
because the nightmare is clc
them. Give now.
Because Lives Depend on Us
United Jewish APPeal
Must Raise $144,524,250 in 1953
on behalf of United Israel Appeal Joint Distribution Committee
United Service for New Americans
IN 1953, THE UJ A MUSTi
Help meet the needs of Jewish es-
capees from Eastern Europe and
speed them to havens in Israel and
elsewhere;
Provide vital aid to 500.000 depend-
ent Jews in Israel, Western Europe
and Moslem lands;
Strengthen Israel with aid in settling
240.MX) newcomers and increasing
food production;
Assist thousand-: of HP's in the U. S.
or coining this year.
IN GREATER MIAMI --
GIVE TO THE
COMBINED JEWISH
APPEAL
420 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH 39. FLA.


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...
UMJCC Plans
Addt'd Avtirities
The regular bi-monthly socia
and dance sponsored by the Adult
Social Group of the Town Branch.
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center, will be held on Saturday
evening, .March 14!h.
The Social will begin a series of
novelty-type dances being spon-
sored by the Adult Social Group. A
program of games, entertainment,
dancing and refreshments is be-
ing plar.aned by a committee con-
sisting of Stanley Loupos. Beat
Kelter, Sam Billinkoff. Maralene
Lurie. Zelda Rose aar.d Mona Mar-
The Social Club for junior high
school boy.- i will mod at
the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munit) Center. Town Branch, each
Monday evening at 7.30 p.m.
The group, u.tJcr the leadership
of Miss Dorothy Fishman who i-
a teacher in the Dade County
Scboi! System, will help plan a
program of special interest for
boys and girls of this age level
A first hand report of experi-
ences at the First Israeli Music
Festival will be given to the mem-
ben and guests of the Liberal Arts
Group by Ruth Brotman. Thursday
night. March 19th. at 815 p.m.
The group is sponsored by the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center, and its meetings are held
at the Center's Town Branch.
Miss Brotman. who has been ac-
tive locally for years as a singer
and impresario, was formerly
i critic with the Detroit Sym-
phony Orchestra. Her subject will
i I ased upon her recent visit to
Israel as a participant in the Fes-
tival She will demonstrate her
talk with a number of vocal n l<
tions.
( hairman for the evening pro-
gram will be Mrs Leo Sh. i
am chairman for the Center's
Town Branch Refreshments will
bi : /ed by Sue Moss
rts of i commu-
.- mai tot i v ansi i i I
I tii s by theG
Jewish mmunitj i
i ar I Tuesdaj ..-. a
ling oi the Center's i
i Council in the home ol
an Li
FRIDAY
TUNTjiii
Sun., Marchi
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JEWISH NATIC
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Consult v
our daily,
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chairman of the Patients' Hospitality Committee, by Girl Scout Troop No. 223 of Nautilus Jun-
ior High School Troop leaders are Mrs. Abe Cohen and Mrs. Charles Gordon. Shown
above arranging favors for distribution on trays in Mount Sinai's kitchen are (left to right)
Sandra DeLeon, Beth Kaplan, Susan Bernstein. Helen Friedman. Wendy Postol. Rita Kamm,
Barbara Burris. Barbara Boderman. Miss Nancy Eatough and Mrs. Kupper. Rear row are
Mrs. Cohen. Mrs. Gordon. Carol Wolf, Susan Cohen. Penny Parness and Glenn Gordon.
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Off The Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
u 1QS2 Jewish Telegraphic Agen
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been philanthropic effort, locally
and abroad. We have known all
along that our communities have
not been ignoring what might
properly be called their own vine-
weeks from leading figures in the yard while extending a helping
Washington government. In other hand to Israel and Jewry wherever
words, the picture according to j succor is needed. This thought
Eban is less bleak than it is being j came to mind while I was examin-
viewed in informed circles. But it, ing reports on the construction of
is quite likely t h o se utterances new synagogues throughout the
were made more out of diplomatic j length and width of the country.
than realistic motives. ; There was Los Angeles with an an-
Also interesting to note in the' nouncement that Temple Emanuel
__ ... constructing a new S700 (100 i ....* ....".. cnarge IS Mrs. num anuiuiner,
weeks development was the let- JJ"Un| Ml the ceremonials, with the au-l2484 sw 19th street, for the Mi-
^J?iSS2iSf J2E I mils8 a8nd Westwood A wish* com-1 <"*? P^-Pating in singing ; anu and Miraele Theatres. and Ed-
cil to the State Department urging!.....". """ ""'"""" """"'V"".'" I Passover songs.
that no arms be sold to the Arabs, munitiea. And there was To edo Cochairmcn of the affair arei
unless they stop boycotting Israel i^alchin Los Angeles by $100, Mfg_ R shreide and p I for tickets to the Canb Theatre.
and make peace. Since this memo-1000 /r synagogue which is to f
randum was submitted a day after "se Israe> marble for ,ts decr *n
ON DULLES.
, of the new Admin*
?icy vis a vis Israel and
",es should emerge in
fSecretary of State
ers with Naguib. The
(ive of Dulles's trip to
sound out current Arab
joining the Middle
-and Since the Arabs
C bargainers, the ques-
ether our Secretary of
instructions to make
pite concessions or other
commitments.
#eel(s have seen the ad-
E ridinK on a two-faced
he one hand, there have
jington assurances that
K be no change in Amer-
or attitude toward Is-
le other, there have been
ens of playing ball with
, President Eisenhower's
, with Prince Faisal last
in that category. The
litself may not have been
J significance except for
|iat it was held against a
ne backgroundlack of jn Washington. It may be due to
eetinu with outstanding Eisenhower's uncertainty as he
disconcerting |takes his early steps In office.
failure to give immedi- j More likely it stems from another
. g rv it at ion by Am- orientation the military rather
\ Ehan that he visit than the political. If thert has been
ir that a visit no change of policy toward Israel
ht vitiate the effect of alK) the Middle Eat. th<' assurance
I'otfab in Cairo?- should have come from the top announced it would formally dedi-
1 u here the'ra!hpr than from the confusing and | cate its new structure early in
ng was the Conflicting State Department May.
..snurce.- These new- Items, in this cor-
The issue is one of paramount eatimation, show a trend
to Fsrael as it gropes which is as encouraging as it is
hostility on the one necessary.
hand and with Ar*b truculence in-
spired by Kremlin propaganda on
the other.
Beth David Women j Theater Proceeds
Hold Joint Meeting I Go For Palsy
The Beth David Sisterhood and ] Louis D. Brandeis Auxiliary No.
FT A will combine their meetings 199. Free Sons of Israel, met last
on March 18th. 8:30 p.m., in the. night at the Miami Beach Ang-
Synagoguc. lers Club, the new permanent
Mrs. H. Laufer and Mrs. A. Le-1 meeting hall for both the men's
vine, respective presidents of the lodge and their auxiliary,
groups, announce that the meet-1 Tickets for a theatre party schem-
ing will be dedicated to Passover.; uied for March 15th through 21st,
A family Sedar will be the focal j are being sold for the Carib, Mi-
point of the program. Mr. and Mrs. Iamj anfj Miracle Theatres. In
Max Feldman and family will con-' cnarge is Mrs. Ruth Shuldiner,
na Finberg, 621 Jefferson Avenue,
Proceeds go to Cerebral Palsy.
the Eisenhower conference with
Faisal, it can fairly be assumed it
was intended to offset whatever
arms pleas were made by the
Arabs.
When you add to all this a State
Department denial of "paying more
attention to Arab countries and
less to Israel", there emerges a
puzzle whose solution is indeed
puzzling.
It would be foolish to conjecture
the motive behind this vacillation
Detroit there was a report of the
emergence of a new congregation,
the Oak Park Synagogue and Cen-
ter, while Milwaukee broke ground
for a new Jewish Community Cen-
ter at a cost of more than a mil-
lion dollars.
Then there was Florida, two of
whose cities had important stories'
Miami with a report that a cam-
paign has been launched by Tem-
ple Beth Sholom to raise $500,000
for a new synagogue and St. Pe-
tersburg with an announcement'
that a seven-year project reached
completion when the small Jewish
community of Gulfort dedicated its
new center and synagogue. This
week also saw Chicago in the syna-
gogue news when Congregation
B'nai Jacob, of West Rogers Park.
non's Ain-
f \< .. !. Dr. Malik,
I r'W to importance t
l caHfd ,h" with Soviet
there is
L w to affect
ican
reia-
i here was ;i
I idor ''"' an to
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by the a^sur-
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think that the sole concern of the
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~ Our UN Newsletter
By ARTHUR LEWIS
(Copyright, ISSSi Jewlah Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
UNITED NATIONSNow that the resumed Assembly is in full
session, the anti Zionist. anti-Jewish campaign behind the Iron Cur
tain is being talked about as the second most Important issue before
this meeting of the United Nationssecond only to Korea. Yet. at the
same time, there is still a good deal of uncertainty as to what is going
to happen over this question.
The Israeli representative, Abba S. Eban, has given formal
notice that he is going to raise it; he did so in the First Political
Committee when that body was deciding the order of its agenda.
The Israeli delegate voted for a Polish item entitled "measures to
avert a new war and t strengthen oeace and friendship among
nations" to be moved op to third place. He said that he did so
because he had "observations of deep gravity and importance to
make regarding certain measures which had been taken that did
not avert the threat of a new war or strengthen peace and friendship
among nations."
As a result of Mr. Eban's intervention, it is taken for granted here
that Israel intends to raise the issue during the discussion of the Polish
item, which is second from last place on the present agenda of the
First Committee. (The Soviet move to have it put third failed to gain
the necessary majority i
There are several possible alternatives Ix'fore the Israeli d<
tion when it raises the issue during the consideration of the Polish
item. It could put in a separate resolution denouncing thF Soviets for
their persecution of the Jews, or it could add an amendment along the
same lines to the catch all Polish resolution which includes proposals
for a Korean armistice, a disarmament conference, a Big Five Peace
Pact and all the other Communist nostrums for a worldwide settle
ment. Still another alternative is for the Israeli delegation to join with
other delegations herein sponsoring a general resolution merely de-
ploring racial and religious persecution of any kind.
At the moment, it would seem the latter is the most likely. Al-
though there is the widest support for the Israeli case here, there
are nevertheless some ticklish political problems involved. Ob-
viously, the Asian end Arab group would not want to-fake part in
any debate on Zionism and anti-Zionism and would not help if they
did. Furthermore, the British and French delegations, with their con-
cern over their colonial possessions, are not anxious to do anything
which would suggest interference in the domestic affairs of a state.
S.i far, Soviet spokesmen have made no mention of the dispute
with Israel, even in passing. The waj that the Russians have played
up the award of a Stalin prize to a Jen and the state funeral granted
another would seem to indicate thai the Kremlin is somewhat em-
barrassed bj outraged public opinion throughout the world,
This- ln it sign that th( sharp Israeli reaction and the
decisioi...... itism behind the Iron fur
tain, bj tin t nited N lions ha- alreadj ha.I a beneficiary result It is
doubtful ,i anythin could be achieved here by the passage oi
no matter what resolul iher ii be general and platitudinous or
specific and a condemnation ol th bj whatever majority
Coral Gables Girds
Area For Drive
Coral Gables co-chairmen Harry
Sands and Sam Weissel met with
representatives of Jewish organisa-
tions at the Weissel home on Sun-
day. March 8th. to plan solicition
for the Combined Jewish Appeal in
that area.
Majors were appointed at the
meeting and plans outlined for
, participation by all Jewish resi-
dents in the Metropolitan Division
campaign to launched on Sunday.
A second workers meeting of
' the Coral Cables group has been
called for Sunday at the Weissel
business offices to map final plans
before assignment of duties in the
door-to-door canvassing.
French Masters
Art of the past and present by
masters of French painting, plus a
one-man exhibition of works of the
young American contemporary-
Walter Stuempfig, as well as over
200 examples Of home furnishings
which comprise the Design 1953
Exhibition, open in the Lowe Gal-
lery today at 2 p.m.
In addition, there will be a con-
tinuous showing of Shakesperian
films from 2 to 6 p.m. The com-
bination of first showing of three
important exhibitions and the film
program comprise the first bene-
fit opening sponsored by the Lowe
Gallery Proceeds of the admission
fee of SI will go toward the budget
of the Third Annual Shakespeare
Festival.
Florida Authors Feature
Moore, Gordon, Ross
Louis Hector, vice president of
the Miami Public Library Board
of Trustees, served as chairman of
the Florida Author Night last
night. Featured speakers were
Jean Gordon, author of Pageant
Of The Rose; Philip Moore, presi-
dent of the First Research Corpor-
ation of Miami; and Malcolm Ross,
head of the University of Miami
Press ^d authJ
including, The
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Kon. and WU
I been announced by
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Let director for the
Jewish Federation,
llcy which conducts
onibined Jewish Ap-
lans will assist the
Inittee ol the social
In organizing the fol-
ds (1) A workshop for
Ce care "I the aged.
U for large cities on
Lf hospital financing
f(3i The development
Lterials concerning
fclfare services under
fces.
I is active in Greater
[unity well are work,
lent <>f the Jewish So-
lureau. a member of
, Committee and the
[ernnrs of the Greater
i Federation a n d is
National Council of
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Vork, will be guest
irrow afternoon, 3:30
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Shown left to right discussing pledges for the S500.003 build-
ing campaign of Temple Beth Sholom are Dr. Alex Robbins,
co-chairman of th Special Gifts Committee; Morry B. Morris,
chairman of the Special Gifts Committee; and Judge Kenneth
Oka, general campaign chairman.
Beth Sholom
Building Campaign
Gets Under Way
Pledges for the $500,000 build-
ing campaign for a new House of
Worship by the congregants of
Temple Beth Sholom are already
under way.
The Memorial Gifts Committee,
under the leadership of Charles
Silvers, met Monday night, accord-
ing to Peace Justice Kenneth Oka,
general campaign chairman. A
Special Gifts Committee meeting
Thursday discussed contacting po-
tential subscribers to the new Tem-
ple at Chase Avenue and 41st
Street. Co-chairmen are Morry B.
Morris and Dr. Alex Robbins.
Members of the congregation
who are enlisted as workers in-
clude Joseph Arkin. Dr. William
Bernstein, Shepard Broad, George
Cohen, Aaron H. Courshon. Harry
Dinnerstein. Leon Ell. Judge Har-
ry A. Greenberg. Irving B. Kaplan,
William H. Kogen. Ralph Lachman,
David Levinson. Herbert R. Linick,
Dave Phillips. Samuel I'rosterman,
i Benjamin Rimer, John Serbin,
, Samuel Stein. Max Wehz and Ben-
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First reports of pledges will be
Hivcn on March 16th, by the Me-
morial Gifts Committee.. The Spe-
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' the 17th. to give its report.
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Greater Miami's
KELIGIOUS DIRECTORY! Synargogue Diiectory
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening sen-
ices at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Mor-
ris Skop officiating and discussing:
The First Jewish Settlers In Amer-
ica. Saturday morning services are
;.t 9:45 a.m.. at which time the
Bar Mitzvah of Stephen, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Meyers, will
take place.
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KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE-
GATION will hold early Friday
evening services at 5:45 p.m. Satur
day rurning services are at 8:30
a"m. Cantor Abraham Seif will ren-
der the musical portion of the lit-
i rgj Mincha is at 5:49 p.m lol
I wed by Shalos Seudoa Daily
services are at 8 a.m.. and at 5:45
p.m.

HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
Will hold Fridaj evening services
at 8:15 p.m.. with Reverend Leo
Heim officiating. Mr. and Mr-
Max Stein will be hosts at the On-
cg Shabbat. Guests speaker is Ben
Essen. Miami attorne) Saturday
morning service- are at 0 a mmw tfa
Reverend Heim discussing the
Week!;. Portion.
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hold Friday evening services al
sundown. Saturday morning serv-
ice- are at 830 a.m. Dr. Shmar-
yahu Swirsky will officiate and
i the topic. Hearts and
\ Memorial Tribute To
Sukenik A class in Tal-
mud is scheduled for 5:45 p.m.
be at 6:19 p.m.. 1
< by Shalos Seudos
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
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v.ith '-i .ir weinsti
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AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve
. >rvices at 6:19 p.m.. followed
by Kabbalat Sabbath Saturday
morning services are at 9 a m.
with Rabbi Isaac Ever discussing
Annihilation of Russian Jewrj In
Times 01 Liberty And Emancipa-
tion. Mincha will be at 5:15 p.m.,
,-ed b) Shalos Seudos under
the sponsorship of William Fei-
genbaum. Daily services are at
a m and at 6:30 p.m.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
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Moses Me-ehelolt will diSJUSf
Building The Judaism Of Tomor-
row, Junior services are at 9
a.m.. under the direction of Ben-
jamin Kaminetzky. Kiddush will
' be by the sisterhood Cantor Aaron
Weingarten will render the musi-
cal portions of the liturgy. Mincha
l- at 6 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seudos. Rabbi Mescheloti will dis-
cuss the Weekly Portion.

TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m. with Dr Joseph Narot
officiating. The service will fea-
ture an address bj Cantor Jacob
(l Bornstein, with musical illus-
trations Subject of his discourse
is scheduled as: This Is Jewi-h
Music.
?
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services .it
8 19 p.m., with Rabbi Max Shapiro
and Cantor Maurice Mamches of-
ficiating, assisted by the Student
(hair under the direction of Mrs
Jack Donnerstag. Rabbi Junes i.
Heller. Rabbi Emeritus of the Isaac
M Wi.se Temple. Cincinnati. Ohio,
and president of the Labor Zion-
ist Organization of America, will
be guet speaker Mr and Mr-
Jacob Lieberman will tender the
floral offering and act as host- at
the Oneg Shabbat in honor of their
50th wedding anniversary. Also
-; nsoring the floral offering will
be Mrs Rebecca Castle Bruce Fet-
ter, of the Beth David Scout Troop
No 89. will be presented with the
Xair Tamid Award. Saturday
morning services are at 9 a m
Shapiro will discuss the
Portion.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
Frida; evenii i ces at
Leon Kro-
:,
ish Historj
ni
ah ol i: iward
an son ol Mi
frill take
. thai
e mei In er tl
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will h : late Frid i
' -: 8 *5 ; k. : Mayei
mowiu will officiate and dis-
cuss On Facing Realt) Cant r E I
ward Klein will render the musi-
cal portion of the liturgy, a listed
b) the Center Choir under the di-
rection of a. Louis MechlowiU
Saturday morning services are at
,8:45 am., at which time Billy
I Shaw, son of Mr. and Mr- Milton
Shaw, will become Bar Mitzvah
* *
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
I services at 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi
I Irving Lehrman officiating and
i preaching on the topic: Reflections
Of A Rabbi. Saturday morning
service! are at 9 a.m. The Bar
Mitzvoth of Bruce, son of Mr and
Mrs. Irving Adelberg. and Robert
son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gold-
wyn. will take place at that time
Rabbi Lehrman will address the
congregation. Guest speaker will
be Rabbi James G. Heller, presi-
dent of the Labor Zionist Organiza-
tion of America. A Bible class in
the afternoon is scheduled for 4:19
- .s .town Synagogue Ortho* x. IW
v\v |rd n, M. oin
Fi.gltr.Granada 50 NW list I
Ac.d.my Rabbi Alnd|i
i |, > Mr, .'-I V II
Hialtah-Miami spr.ngi
n. I vi
...,,
T, r Miami. _
Kneseth laraal Rabbi Abraham < <
, irthodox, MM Ku.-ll.l Ave. !
Mian i:,..,'h
v,.in., Beach Rabbi lrxinn la-hrman.
Comervatlve. 1701 Wash. Ave, H 11
Miami Hebrew School Rabbi
tprll, Orthodol, 111 BW ln Ami
Ml ....
VonticeHo Park l4th Slr.-t and M.
1 lih Wen u S Hi Ml oil i:,-.i. li
North Dade Rabbi Hrrjr Ettlncer,
.i ,-iv... ISSSO W. I'ixie Higli-
..\. North Miami.
North Shore K.il'lii Mayer Abramo-
nitz. ti i\.,i:ve. 610 Tith Si..
v iml Resell
Temple Urael1'r Jn*-|ih Narot. Re-
' rm 1ST NK 1'oh St Miami.
Titereth Urael KM N .Miami Ave..
Wet' Miami- Rabbi Alfft-d Waxrnan.
ronwrvailve, ::< BW Kth St..
M ami _
Young lrtl 'rth-lox. 4 Ml Chase
Ave.. Miami Beach.
Zamora Reverend Rudolf Brill, ''"I'-
ll 7., mora Ave Coral j
Oat
pm. followed by Mincha and'
Shalos Seudos Cantor David Sil-
verman will render the musical
portion of the liturgy, assisted by
the Center Choir under the di-
rection of Joseph Schreibman. '
Daily services are at 8 a.m.. and
at 6:15 p.m.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold regular services Friday at
8:15 pm., with Reverend Rudolf
E Brill officiating. A r t hur
Deutsch. chairman of the Relig
ious Committee, will speak on Re-
sponsibilities And Rights. An Oneg
Shabbat will follow and will be
sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Altman. Saturday services will be-
gin at 9 a.m.. with Kiddush fol-
lowing.
e
YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
will hold Friday evening services
at 6 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
er- an at 8:30 a.m. Mincha will be
at 6:30 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seudos under the sponsorship of
Simon Claymen. Daily services are
at 8 am, and at 6:30 p.m.
a
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 5:30 and
at 8:15 p.m. Officiating will be
children of the Religious School
under the direction of Andrew
Kornreich. principal. The Oneg
Shabbat will be in honor of Mrs.
Phil Barocas, president of the
I'TA. and Sam Sandier, vice presi-
dent. Saturday morning services
are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Abraham
Safhs will discuss the Weekly Por-
tion. Junior senices are at 9:30
a.m.
e
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Har-
ry Ettinger officiating and dis-
cussing: Americans All. Cantor
Alexander Cohen and the Youth
Choir will render the musical por-
tions of the liturgy- An Oneg Shab-
bat will follow. Saturday morning
services are at 9 a.m.
*
HOLLYWOOD JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER will hold Fri
day evening services at 8:30 p.m.
Guest Rabbi will be Dr. William
H. Fineshriber. Kiddush will be
recited by Russ Blumenthal. son
of Mr. and Mrs. William Blumen-
thal An Oneg Shabbat will follow.
* e
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening services at 6 p.m.
Saturday morning services are at
9 a.m. Rabbi Alexander Gross will
officiate, assisted by Cantor Jacob
Tambor who will chant the liturgy.
An Oneg Shabbat for children is
scheduled at 3:30 p.m sponsored
by Mrs Elias Rosch. with Mrs. Al-
exander Gross directing the games
and story hour. Mincha is at 6
SU
Pm.. follows b.,
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toms is scheduled fj
s<' Florida will gather
March 15th, for ,
ins to Harry J.
the Zionist Yo
joint educational
Hadassah and the W4
The Young JudWJM,
the afternoon at
mock Events Mmm
ing include a hasebiH,
ing and dancing and|
the Commission's su
program presented L
Camp Tel YehudaiL
mer In I-rarl coursaj
Assisting with it
be Arthur Cohen, L
ore Goodman. Roni]
Lewis and SanvSolj
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*+pnds JNF \Keaeh .feuish Center Organization*
Zu Meeting **& ********* +***>** institute
,$Ory IW"MMf An informal social evening wiU president, announced here that
pw York City
eh of 336 West 42nd
iian!. Beach, is in New
raiding a National Ad-
Lm meetinj of the Jew-
Board mee
lonal Fund
Lembor of
Lr somo lime
M irom Emanuel
the Advisory
Ell received
the meeting
chairm
an an<
I member of
bring together members and wives
of the Men's Club of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center on Sunday ev-
ening. March 15th. in the Center
Social Hall, according to Jrving
Cjipen, president.
Entertainment, dancing tad re-
freshments will highii^h*. tli- even-
ing. Working on the Social Com-
mittee with Harry B. Smith, chair-
man, are Sam Katz. Allen G >ld-
berg, Irving Schatzman, Irving
Cypen, Al Ossip and Gershon
Miller.
Mrs. Milton Sirkin. program
chairman of the Sisterhood, said
this week that a Passover feature
will highlight the next meeting of
the Sisterhood on Monday after-
noon, March 16th. at 1 p.m., in the
Center Dining Room.
Mrs. Theodore Hankoff, PTA
igV
A-
teon I. til
] States House of Repre-
from New York's 15th
Consumptive Relief
Annual Dinner
As the culmination of a years of
activity, the Greater Miami Aux-
iliary Jewish Consumptives' Reliet
Society, will hold its annual donor
dinner on Sunday evening. March
' 15th, in the Morocco Room of the
Casablanca Hotel.
The dinner will honor members
who have raised their quotas and
name the individual member who
has raised the highest sum for the
entire year.
Mrs. Harry Siegel. donor chair-
man, said this week that among
guests of honor will be Rabbi and
Mrs. Irving Lehrman who have
been present for each of these
. the
annual Passover Preparation Insti-
tute for mothers will take place
on Tuesday, March 24th, in the
Center building. The session will
last all day and luncheon will be
S"rved by the PTA.
The Workshop is designed for
parents of students attending the
Religious School, and will present
a complete orientation on the forth-
coming festival through a series
of learning-by-doing sessions on
such subjects as: The Story of
Passover. How To Prepare The
Home For The Holiday. How To
Plan A Passover Party For Young-
sters, How To Set The Seder Table
and How To Conduct A Seder.
Highlighting the day's sessions
will be a complete traditional Sed-
er conducted by Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man. with mothers participating.
The musical portion of the Work-
shop will be under the direction of
Cantor David Silverman and Jos-
eph Schrcibman.
The next meeting of the Young
Adult Group will take place on representative of the Greater Mi-
Wednesday evening, March 18th,! ami Jewish Federation will explain
in the Center Social Hall, accord- the work of Federation at that
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Abraham C.ranott, world
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nade a special trip to New j
der to address the meet-1 a.""" s|n> the inception of
opened yesterday with
in his honor at the Wal-
oria Hotel The consulta-
tion? are continuing today.
ding to Representative Cel-
Advi-ory Board gathering
"in view of the startling
henU arising out of the
world situation. "It is in
fit of the gravity of the
he wrote to Ell, "that we
fcr to take counsel with you
have your participation."
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| president of Temple Beth
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rd Shapiro, commentator on
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Miami Auxiliary. Mrs. Muriel
Hirsch Pick will be guest speaker.
The local auxiliary has been in-
strumental in helping many resi-
dents here benefit from the non-
sectarian sanatorium in Spivak,
Colorado, where they have been
sent for treatment for tuberculosis
and other chest diseases. The local
I auxiliary also visits patients con-
| fined in the tubercular wards of
Miami hospitals. This work is co-
ordinated by Mrs. Maurey Ponch-
er, case chairman.
Others serving with Mrs. Siegel
on the Donor Committee are the
Mesdames Jerry Poncher, co-chair-
man: John I.unin. donor, treasurer;
Maurey Poncher, editor of the Don-
or Journal; Herman Schoenfeld,
reservation and seating arrange-
ments chairman, with Morris Gol-
uskin and Irving Gilman. co-chair-
men; and Jacques Assael and Irv-
ing Gilman. special pages in the
Journal.
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+Jewl**ncridtor!_
FRIDAY.
Yeshiva University Graduates 100
Rabbis; Sholum Rephun Is Ordained
Rabbi Sholom Rephun. son of bonds of tradition that have car- Sugarman. of Miami Beach
r. and Airs Max Rephun. 328 rfcd our people througn cemun ^ Torol,to. has been appointed
chairman oi public relations tor the
Suparman To Direct
B'naJ BVith Youth
Public Relations
Coral Gables Theatre Guild Coined)
Tomorrow Evening; Herman Rubin Si
Mr.
Euclid Avenue. Miami Beach, di-
rector and principal of the Hillel
Academy at Pittsburgh, Pennsyl-
vania, was among the 85 Rabbis
who received Semicha. the high-
c-t iegree in Jewish theological
learning, last Sunday at Yeshiva
of survival.
The Semicha exercises, which
are held once ever) three years.
also marked (he 56th Uinivei
of the founding oi the Seminary
which was Incorporated on
20. 1897. as the Rabbi Isaac Elch-
Poppaa. a comedy in three acts,; Support
will be the next presentation of!entoS.
the Coral Cables .lewish ("enter m,.V(,,.s
University's Rabbi Isaac Elchanan ;in;m Theological Seminar) S nee
Theological Seminary in New York jts organization, the institution's
charier has been frequently amend-
ed by the State Board ol Rl
Citj
Characterizing the American
Jewish community as containing
remarkable capacities and assets.
' Dr. Samuel Belkin. president of
Yeshiva University, warned the
Rabbis that American Jewry must
in.! misled by inadequate com-
promises, which, while immediate-
ly appealing, threaten us in the
run, Dr. Belkin added that
US leader- must remain
fast in their beliefs and stand
as reserve for a saner future.
i : Belkin spoke at the convo-
I witnessed by more than
1.500 people.
Only through a Jewish educa-
tion! system steeped in the rich
tions of Jewish culture can
Ul pe to develop the leaders
who will guide our people in the
da) ahead," he said.
- must learn to recognize
,-alues for what they arc and
| stinguish between what is
temporal and what is of lasting
Our people today have re-
markable capacities and assets We
mu.-t utilize these to the fullest
advantage to work together towards
ping a program based on a
firm foundation and rooted in the
enabling it to a Id the eighl divis-
ions which comprise Yeshiva Uni-
versity, the first American Univer-
sity under Jewish auspices.
The principal address was given
by i>r. Joseph B. Soloveitchik, Pro-
of Jewish Philosoph) and
Codes and a member ol the Semin-
ary's Ordinal ion Hoard The Rah- mittec will
bi> win' presented by Dean Sam- into action
ucl L. Sar.
Private Schools Meet
The Private Schools Association
of Hade County met last night at
the home of its treasurer, Mr- Ula
R I.ear. 5825 Alton Road Miami
Beach. The meeting spearheaded
the annual membership drive
B' n a i B' r i t h
Youth Commis-
sion, it was an-
nounced by J. .1.
i ;, berman, o f
Log Angeles.
Commission head.
The Youth
Commission i s
the arm ol
B'rith whic h
..r- a youth
program for h
and -irN embrac
log 1,100 chapters
United State- and
The function of Sugant'.an's com-
be to assess and put
a program of public
relations designed to interpret the
worlds largest Jewish youth or-
ganization
Sugarman, who has been BSSO
ciated with the B'nai B'rith organ-
ization for 21 year-, i- president of
Ben Sugarman Limited. Public Re-
lations Counsellors, of Miami
Beach and Toronto.
EfroMw. i2
,r build Whan it presents thej Stolon SeliaMiS*
production at the Little I u.... ,_. >h"U:
hilarious
u*.Sd
for the
alrcadv
Sjjarnan
in Canada,
abroad
the
nokur. Sarah ]
Theater. 320 Palermo Avenue. | Rosenberg K,|,th rl 1
Coral Cables, starting Saturday Feldstein mchlB i
March Uth. 8:30 p.m. The produc- Thp ,,,. ., 1
tion will run for three days. ,he program ()f ^ r^_*y|
Herman Rubin, veteran of sev-
eral of the Guild Productions,
take- the starring role of Poppa.
The story is involved around a;
ward politician, who tries against
tremendous odds to remain in poli-
tic- and at the same time to re-
main honest under standards that Rneseth Israol ^iu
he himself has set _, T 0U5,e
underway for *
54 program. ,nd thf J
the direct ion f BobBrenn-
to expand it- activities
turc.

Plans Lunch, Card,
Appearing will be Mort Podell
and Mort Levinc in principal roles. Frances Ullian, president tf
Grtrud Marx, who is well Kneseth Israel Sisterhood]
known for her dramatic back-1es a luncheon and card mm
ground in the Miami area, plays i Tuesday. March 17th. at fc?
the role of Mrs. Schwitsky, wife of | Restaurant. Assisting *i
Poppa Mrs. Marx was active in j rangements are the MesdanJ
ISO Stage and Radio work during j Finestone. Celia Ruppert. Di
the war sears and has also been Moss. Regina Morris. Gatil
seen in Civic Theater productions stock. Lena Popkin, Anna |
here. and Charlotte Sellinger.
M APE FRESH D Alt]
Israel Tourist Service Arranges Cruise
To Jewish State; Sail On Swedish Lines
The Israel Tourist Service has
arranged a luxury 28-day cruise
to the Mediterraneon and Israel.
It will sail from London on Sep-
Listen To
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New Yiddish Program
Every Si-ndoy, WMBM, 12 to 2 p.m.
This program is the first and has the
largest listening audience
Features the Jcwhh Philosopher
NORMAN R. LYONS, News
SHOSHANA SPECTOR
and
RABBI S. A. RUCIN
tember 29th. on the new Swedish
Lloyd Flagship, the SS Patricia.
Carrying 230 First class passen-
gers lor the cruise, the SS Patricia
will call at Lisbon Band Athens be-
fore proceeding to Haifa and Tel
Aviv for five days in the Promised
Land rs will use the ship
as their hotel while in Israel. Spe-
cial -hore excursions have been
arranged with visits to Haifa. Jeru-
salem and Tel Aviv and the var-
ious settlements that have played
such an important part in caring
!"r In-placed Persons from Europe
and other parts ol the Near Fast.
ft i- anticipated thai the President
"i Israel and other leading Gov-
' officials will receive the
during their stay,
Returning, with stop overs in Al-
. iers and Cadiz, the cruise will
terminate in Le Hi and pas-
engers tnaj spend a few days in
Paris befon returning to New
York.
Transatlantic passage to aand
'!i Europe ha- bet n made in
conjunction with the lunard
U am Ship i i a ;'.:: from
New York on S pti iber 23rd, "ti
the H.MS Qui and retain
n the RMS Q iei n E
on October 28th. On arrival in bng-
land on September 28th, a recep-
tion and banquet will be held at-
' d bj pr rnagea,
including Mi- Excellency the Is-
raeli Minister to the Court ol St
The n< w I.-- irj l .'..-( ship, the
SS Patricia, ha; inten '
tures that will Ik1 appreciated by;
American tourists The Royal j
Suite, which is designed in the na-
tional colors of Sweden, is nor-
mally reserved for His Majesty, j
the King, and members of the
Royal Family. Flagship of the j
Swedish Lloyd Line, the SS Pa-
triacia holds the Blue Ribbon for
the North Sea and is ideally suited
for the De Luxe Mediterranean
cruising.
Maany leading figures from the
United States will participate in
the visit to Israel.
For further information, inquir-
ies may be addressed to Lsrael
Tourist Service. 250 West 57th
Street. New York City, or Farr
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MARCHOJ953
Roosevelt Is UN Association Guest
jy; Speaks At U of M, Auditorium
Franklin Delano Roosevelt, I the Board of Directors of the UN
[now a volunteer worker for Association at 5 p.m., in the Bis-
Icrican Association of the ne Terrace Hote,
[Nations, will speak here on |
tiled Nations And Our Re-
Cijtv at an open meeting on
March 13th. 8:30 p.m., at
,de County Auditorium un-
[auspices of the United Na-
Lociation of Greater Mi-
+Je*l*tnnrMir
Ll admission is free. A sec-
Fseats will he reserved for
L of the Association here.
[memberships are $3. Ap-
rs mav be made with Mrs.
Herman. 1159 NW 4th
hedcrick Kouth. president
jii's United Nations Asso-
fwill preside over the meet-
\. ft Franklin William, vice
nt of the University and
f the faculty, will introduce
posevelt.
I for her stay include speak-
ihe University at 11:30 a.m.,
luncheon in the Faculty
Room following. There will
Tpecial closed meeting with
View Presentation Of Painting To
lonaca; Irving Straus Is Portraitist
10.000 persons crowding
It Park last week saw the
(ation of an oil portrait to
|La Monaca. conductor and
f of Bayfront's weekly con-
ire.
kl portrait, painted by Irv-
lu>. was made of La Mon-
line sittings. Miami Beach
Councilman Harold Turk made the
j presentation.
La Monaca, who conducts his
own symphonic band, came to Mi-
| ami Beach in 1924. Two years lat-
| cr, he organized the weekly con-
j cert series that has been presented
| here ever since. He has also con-
ducted the American Legion Drum
and Bugle Corps and for 19 years
was in charge of the Greater Mi-
ami Drum and Bugle Corps.
For 12 years, the 66-year-old
musician was conductor of the
265th Coastal Artillery National
Guard Band, as well.
Straus, who is a painter of con-
siderable note, has had exhibitions
of his work throughout the coun-
try, including Boston. New York
City, Hartford and New Haven.
More recently, he helped pioneer
in the development of the Miami
Beach Community Center. Straus
studied painting in the major art
centers of Europe.
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FRIDAY.

Plan Final Trades **> o, id seitlin
Division Rally R'n""' l^metkl0
A final Trades Division dinner
rally and report meeting has been
called by Chairman Sam Heiman
for Thursday evening. 6:30 p.m.,
March 19th. at the Biscayne Ter-
race Hotel.
Responsible for the major por-
tion of the SI.398.000 campaign
goal of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal, the Trades Division has al-
ready raised 68.4 percent of its
1953 quota. Gifts collected to date
in the Trades Division have alreadv
exceeded 81 percent of the 1952
quota, according to Heiman.
About 40 industries, trades and
professions will be represented at
the dinner affair which is sched-
uled to climax a whirlwind cam-
paign conducted in the current
drive by business-men throughout
Dade County.
Scheduled to appear on the pro-
gram will be Howard Kane, gen-
eral campaign chairman, and Carl
Weinkle. president of the Greater
Miami Jew:>h Federation and head
: Carl's Markets here.
La?t of the trade unit- to hold
their fund raising function- was
the big I"'-.,! Division which at-
tracted more than 50 leaders in
istry a* a dim r i n rhurs
'. rch 12th.
expect
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tquipment and paper pnxiuct>:
ard Sterling;, department
stores: Leo Ackerman. Henry Gins-
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Sandy Michelberg, Maxine Bran-
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Gersb in Miller is technical pro-
ducer. Miss Marie Moscowitz will
be the scenery director. Aaron
Gluckowsky is stage manager
and Dr Charles Werblow. Miami Stanley Bennet and Terry Wall will
Beach physicians.
Others scheduled to report are
Dr. Kurt Wellisch. Joseph Post
and David Stuzin. accountants; and
Myron Zeientz. brokers. A quota
be understudies.
Mrs. Gershon Miller is director
of the production. Meetings are
held every- Tuesday evening, 830
p.m., at the Beach Branch. The
smashing report is expected from group is also beginning to cast for
George J. Bertman, chairman of George Bernard Shaw's. Don Juan
group. In Hell.
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the Outstanding Man And Woman
,.( 1(152 Will be held at Rayfront
Park on Wedntwdajr evening. Ap-
ril 8th
The announcement was made by
Michael M Iwnberg. chairman of
the committee in charge of ar-
rangements.
Nomination blanks have been
distributed to all civic, veterans
and service groups of Dade County.
Nominations are also open to the
general public, and anyone desir-
ing to enter the name of a candi-
date may do so at 1407 Biscayne
RuiMinC. Room HOT. or at any of
the branches of the Dade Federal
Savings and Loan Association.
Deadline for nominations is mid-
night. April 1-t
The award is made annually by
a group representing various civic j
organizations to the man and wom-
an who have been outstanding in
their civic contributions to and in
Dade Count}'.
The awards are in the form of ;
metal figurines and are donated.
b) Joseph ll Lipton, president of'
Dade Federal
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liberation attended by Prime Minister David Ben-Gu
eign Minister Moshe Sharett and other Israeli leads
continued this week on the construction of new model]
from locally quarried gypsum bricks. Specially i
withstand the intense desert heat, the housei are I
two wallsthe exterior having a cons.r:: supply J
flowing through it, thus cooling and insulating ttoj
the house from the scortching sun.
Zai icra Sisterhood
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> iter Sistei
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Chii hI': be ic.j:...*.-
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rig to Mrs Lou Kroll chair
As-si ,.' are Mr Rub}
- rii ar and Mrs Mas Fi iedsoo.
A Pui ntitled. Ms i
Purim Spii I featured dur-
ing the lunch. In charge are Mrs.
Bernhard I hesman and Mrs Bar-
n. j Flaum The cast includes Man.
Kllen Hoodwin, Esther Rogers.
Fanny Cohen. Betty Friedman,
Sara Grcbin antf, Klza Ferdick.
The Sisterhood will hold its reg-
ular monthly meeting on the 18th.
at 8 p.m.. with the program under |
the direction of Mrs. David Mat
ter, religious vice president. Pass-
over will be the featured theme.
On Monday. March 23rd, 8 p.m..
Sisterhood members will hold a
Paid Up Membership Coffee under
the chairmanship of Mrs. Harry
Freidson. Assisting are Mrs, Berta
Marder and Mrs Romola Locke. A
musical presentation by the Three
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Helene Benator To Address Life
's Lunch; Women's CJA Is Sponsor
lelene Benalar. authority
m of the Modern world.
Jthe French underground
[ and a noted lawyer has
L'r her first visit in this
I participate in the Life
tncheon sponsored by the
[pivision
tain government and to prepare
records on each of the internees.
The following year she was ap-
pointed United Nations Relief and
Rehabilitation Administration lia-
ison officer for displaced persons
in Philippeville. Algeria. Two
of Greater Mi- j years later she was named Joint
.b.neri Jewish Appeal.
al gifts function of the
paign will be held on
"R*
Distribution Committee delegate
for North Africa.
Assisting Mrs. Herman with ar-
rangements for the affair which
is expected to attract 500 women
is the following group of workers
representing Dade County's largest
women's organizations:
The Mesdames Tena Katz. B'nai
B'rith Women'* Council; Bernard
Kanter, Kadimah Chapter Pioneer
Women; Irwin Lobbic, Kadimah
Chapter Pioneer Women; Harold
Spaet, Mount Sinai Hospital Auxil-
iary; S. Nudelman, Miami Beach
B'nai B'rith Women; I. B. Kaplan,
Beth Sholem PTA; I: Laibson. B'nai
B'rith Tropical Lodge; Frances
Makovsky, Jewish Home for the
Aged Auxiliary; Murray Mattes,
North Shore B'nai B'rith Women;
Herman Brenner, Coral Gables
B'nai B'rith Women's Chapter; and
Ruth Schuldiner, Louis Brandeis
Auxiliary.
Others serving on working com-
mittees for the Life Saver's Lunch-
eon include the Mesdames Benja-
min Appel, Max Applebaum, Jos-
eph Arkin, Irving Bachrach, Abra-
ham Barkan, Max Bergman, Her-
man Brenner. Fay Davis. Ben Dia-
ive pledged support to the mond, Miss Clara Goldenberg. Lil-
h. Helene Benator
pioon, March 17th, at Bill
liviera.
is organizations in Dade
hich is dedicated to the
[of saving lives in Israel
rid the Iron Curtain and
Irtin? a host of welfare
in this country, as well as
It Miami.
han Mrs Saul Herman will
ltd bv Mrs. Sol Silverman
lian Goodman, W. Groner, Howard
Grove, Ben Hammerman, I. E. Har-
ris, Joseph Hutner.
The Mesdames Benjamin Kline,
Morris Kogan, Herschel Leschel,
Nettie Lane, Louis Loeb, Murray
Mattes, Joseph Mintzes, David
Murray, Samuel Nudelman. Theo-
Jean Lehman, co-chair- dore Pritikin. Alfred Rajna, Rob
fund raising event will
|terics of six programs con-
thc Women's Division
! of the Combined Jewish
ert Rodenberg, Donald Rubin, Bob
Schwartz, Henry Seitlin, Abraham
Shedroff, Louis Shapiro. Harry
Schiff, Frank Wallins. Irving Wcs-
The Division, headed by'tin, Oscar Zeltzer, Alexander Le-
is Glasser, has attained bow. Burton Engels. Frieda Kal-
80 percent of its quota stein, William I. Feuer, Joseph
Bent campaign. |shawmut, Gert Feldman, Matilda
jBenatar is known as the j Ratner. Wolfic Cohen and Harry
h'ho defied the pro-Nazi
Khorities to save Jewish
ortly after the French sur-
i Nazi Germany, at a time
ou-anrls of Jewish refu-
sing Ilitlerism were arriv-
fcocco, Mme. Benatar help-
pnd became the first pres-
|be Moroccan Refugee Aid
t later, the pro Nazi Vichy-
p in Morocco decreed that
piffles was a criminal act.
Platoff.
(*ablcs Venter
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Winner MPnnee
The Men's Club of the Coral Gab-
les Jewish Center will hold a din-
ner dance on Tuesday evening,
March 17th, 8:30. p.m.. at the Cen-
ter.
Featured will bdl Charlie Farrell,
rtties closed the Refu- 0f Park Avenue fafhe, and Milt
off/ice and demanded that
natar surrender her rec-
jfcw. The records were
W never recovered by the
fng Morocco's liberation
"Ps in 1943, Mme. Bena-
fnvited by the authorities
JgtD concentration camp
"" in Morocco by the Pe-
Ross and Louise Brown, Mr. and
Mrs. Show Business. '
Chairman of the affair is Samuel
B. Meyers. The committee in
charge of arrangements includes
Herb Gelernler, Sol Bodian, Joe
Koven, Louis Tanner, Louis Auer-
bach and Sam Weissel.
Proceeds are earmarked for the
Center Fund.
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Dade County teen agers lend their support to the 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal. Shown at
a breakfast of organization presidents held in the Royal Palm Hotel are (left to right) Emanuel
2rvrdmDl0r f ,he CIA Teen A(3e Unit-' Geor9e Lefcoe. president of the Town Branch
OMJCC Youth Council; Paul Weiss, vice president of Senior Judaea Council (Zionist Youth);
Edward Finkelstein, president of the B'nai B'riJi Youth Council; Cliff Freed, president of the
Miami Beach Branch GMJCC; and Efraim Gale, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center and general chairman of the CJA Youth Division.
CJA Workers Set
Pep Rally Today
A workers pep rally luncheon has
been called by leaders in the
Apartment House Division in be-
half of the 1953 Combined Jewish
Appeal, according to Seymour
Rubin, chairman.
The group, representing more
than 1,000 volunteer workers in
the new Division, will meet for
lunch today in the offices of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
420 Lincoln Road.
Campaign Chairman Howard
Kane will appear before the group
to hear a report on the proeress
in the Apartment House Division.
Reporting for the Miami Beach
group will be Daniel Broad and a
, key committee consisting of Meyer
Teigman, Charles Levin, Sol Gold-
I man and Irving Schatzman. The
: committee is responsible for cov-
, erage of nearly 2.000 apartment
; houses in the Miami Beach area.
Reporting for the Miami section
will be Moe Kurman and Harry J.
Miller, co-chairmen. One-half the
quota set for the Dade County area
is expected to be announced at the
luncheon meeting.
Cooperation in the Combined
Jewish Appeal was recently as-
sured the CJA chairman at a meet-
ing of the Miami Beach Apartment
Association directed by Alfred A.
Lesser, president.
Both Lesser and Morris Gold, As-
sociation secretary, extended full
cooperation of their group with the
Combined Jewish Appeal and
urged every' apartment house resi-
dent, owner, manager and lessee
to work and give in the humani-
tarian drive "to alleviate the plight
of unfortunate families in Israel
1 and in Eastern Europe."
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9-JewlsiJhridSaiL
Senators Protest Genocide; Won't
Bricker Resolution Remains Touchy US Problem;
Regard Anti-Semitism As World-Wide In Scope
r^hoslovakia is worst alrodti.....f Nero against the
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
1953, Jewish Telegraphic
Agency, Inc i
WASHINGTON A number of
Senators protesting against Soviet
11 failed tO reach the level
and Twelve.
contracting partj therefore and we Christian
are not. of those perpetrated by Hitler
Since the US is not a contracting against the Jews," said Rusk, He
parts we are nut qualified under; (<1i(| tn,. Senators that "BO <>ne
the pact to call on the UN to take ,.., y,,t have forgotten the organ-
asking I tor me prevention ui buhiww
against "' genocide or related acts. The
at the P;IC< not "'-v covers the actual ex-
anti-Semitism find themselves in action governed by the UN Charter j/(.(i butchery of racial groups by
the Nazis, our enemies in World
War II. which resulted in the ex-
termination "t some 6.000000
termination of a group but also
guards against anil Semitic incite
ment and conspiracy to commit
genocide.
Last May. the Under Secretary (.u|(, |);u.I emerged during the last
of state. David K. Bruce, told a ,,,_,,-,.,...mai year, it was reveal-
sub-committee that enact
the strange position of asking; for the prevention or suppression
United Nations action
Communist genocide and
same time opposing American rati-
fication of the United Nations Con-
vention on Genocide.
Senator Irving M Ives, a New
5 Republican, made a passion
ate condemnation of Soviet action
against Jews. He suggested that a
proposed Senate protest resolution
be "amended so that our govern-
ment will be urged to bring this
.,m to the attention of the
United Nations for appropriate ac-
tion." Ives pointed out that "it
should be handled through the in-
strumentality of the United Na-
tions and not by direct contact be-
our government and the gov-
oi Soviet Russia Bui
what Ives forgot was thai he is
tl [ tl 52 ners ol the
i Ri itioi rhis lb.
that Sei icker said
ned to present &
1 tsas the
G and Hum Con

n. son l\ es wanted the i il
thr igh thi V may
thai he felt Soviet anti-
-:n a world
t an nment
; teat v harm than
S it h a unilat
jew s."
The campaign to block Senate
ratification Ol such international
1 human rights accord- 83 the geno
Senate
ment of the Bricker Resolution
would jeopardize the influem.....I
the United State-- In the world to-
day." Bruce said, I believe thai
if the government were prohibited
from entering into anj such treat-
ies, we must reckon with the ob-
vious fact thai the United States
would have losl it- standing in the
forum of world politics to attack
the d< spotism ol the Kremlin."
Rabbi In in \ Miller, president of
the Zionist Or aniz iti m : Vi e
ica, suggested at a protest me
in New York thai "the Ann
i at the United Nations
would do well I er whether
a and its satel re nol
ves open to the
chargi i ide II the Vmer
ican di i t< ncluded thai a
was iii-iii!''.!
thej would be in no position to
uch a charge. Apparently.
the fighl 'ide must
first be won in the is Senate be
fore it cap
mda hich alleges
that the l S is allied with Israel
: iracy against the Comin-
Ironically. however, the t 'N
l\ i sous hi u as pn
i Bricker Resolution to which
bed.
Hitler's ant Jewish
m thi i\' nacted the i i
i ; ad ..- a safeguard against
any repetition of the (pass destruc-
". i religious or ethnic groups,
The US recommended at the I N
that the pact be adopted because
the US was mindful of what might
be expected from the Soviet Un-
ion This pact was subject to rati-
fication by individual UN mem
her- The is Senate, however, re-
fused to ratify it. The pact was
ratified by Czechoslovakia with res-
ervations regarding article- Nine
through the I N .....dnst the S
Senator Robert .V Taft, Repub-
lican policy leader in the Senate.
I thi I Irick -r Resolution. It
i- difficult to envision Republican
nst the party own res i
lution
Tl Genocide i 'onvention has
been pending before the Senate
since 1949. Major Jewish oi
izations, including the B'nai B'rith
and American Jewish Committee,
have sough) it- ratification. In
liiJSO. Dean Rusk, then Deputy Un-
der Secretary. Of State, begged the
Senate to ratify the agreement. He
told a Senate Foreign Relations
Subcommittee that our foreign pol-
Icj required ratification of a treats
designed to discourage persecution
,'d by the introduction in the Sen
ate ol the Bricker Resolution tech
nicalls identified as Senate .bunt
Resolution 130. This resolution
provided for a Constitutional
amendment t" prohibit American
ratification of 1 N eitorts on be-
half ol minorities. Bricker openly
proclaimed thai "the UN draft Cos
enanl on Human Rights has been
the primary target ol my criti-
cism" When the new session ol
Congress convened this year the
resolution was re introduced and
now bears 62 signatures.
Secti in Three ol the original
ition would actually
nullify the le UN Char-
ter requiring passage ol laws es
tablishing religious and racial
tj and non-discrimination.
The Genocide and Human Rights
i ntions wo killed by
-- ti 'i! One. Bricker condemned
those trying lo protect minorities,
branding them "opportunists." He
said "Part Three ol the draft cos
defining economic, social,
and cultural rights, Would make
the pretensions ol Marxian social
ism the supreme lass oi the land.'
Sponsors of the Brk :er Resolu-
tion claim that the t N desires to
"interfere in matters essentially
within the domestic jurisdiction oi
its members." The Bricker [action
favors the genocide pact
give the UN a voice in domestic
minority problem- and thereby
might "abridge" the "right" of
Southern States to discriminate
against Negroes what the i N
seeks to do is not to abridge rights
but to extend protection to indi-
viduals all over the world. Under
the IN convention's definition of
genocide there would be protec-
tion against any "intent to destroy,
in whole or in part, a racial, cth-
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Dromedary Fudge and Frosting Mix between layers,
time, from Dackaae to pan, for preparing the two
approximately seven minutes. The fros'ing takes 1
four minutes to fix. All these items, as well as all other!
dary products, are strictly kosher and carry the "U"
the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations on the pad
<6
Ol religious or racial groups "The meal, national, or religious group."
Between You and Ma
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 195i, Jewish Telegraphic Agencv. for
WASHINGTON TRENDS: Presi-1 Zionist Council, but also..
dent Eisenhower la being Hooded nd peiroimel prohtaij
with letters and telegrams from all _,,, ,.
__. f .,. i .. meantime, the -unimer
parts ol the countrv asking that
the United States Government act '
energetically through the United
Nation- to check the anti-Jewish
propaj anda in the Iron Curtain
countries Similar communica-
tions are also being received in
lane numbers at the State Depart-'
ment while Elsenhower doesj'
DO) hesitate to lash out against i
Moscow's anti.Somitism, the State
Department's policy la not to at-
tack the Kremlin for its specific
campaign against Jews, and Israel
It prefers to condemn Russia's
prosecution of Jews. Christians and
Moslems in general This puts
the Jews in the same category with
the Ukrainians, Byelorussians and
Other nationalities in the Soviet I
Union Whether this policy of.
no, singling out the Jews as victim Aencv wl" "ansfett
of the Communist anti-Jewish drive !
will help check the drive, is doubt-
'I by those who advocate stronger
iction They point out that Mos-
ow docs not hesitate to single out
the Jewi in charging them with
'espionage" for the United States
... And they wonder why the State
Department prevented the Senate
from adopting a resolution speci-
ii ally condemning Soviet anti-Sem-
itism by watering it down .
The answer to this is. of course.
hat some officials in the State De-
partment are afraid that if Wash-
ington comes out in defense of the
lews alone in Moscow's anti-Jew-
-h campaign, Stalin may utilize it
"proof" that the Jews are
ers are entitled to i vanowjl
Thus, the real rooriaitanj
the American Jewish probably not take place hi
months In the nieantind
Administrative CommittMO
been named tn funetn|
! the chairman-hip of Um\
. The fact that Mrs
prin has been elected vwl
man of the American Ziooistflf
cil indicates that that mil *l
harmony between the foadf
the Jewish Agency
talks of the transfer of I
since Mrs Ilalprin is I
ing chairman of the An
tion of the Jewish Ai
tive The functions'
'will be limited to those I
do with work on the
scene They will
stimulation of Zionist
among America Jewish:
creased Zionist particif
the Jewish federations I
fare Fund- and intensified 1
education in this country-
Final step in the incorporation of the Men's Club of Conqreqation of d i ,
Miami Beach, was taken last week when the club's charter S^td b?St Couri 52
Pat Cannon in his chambers. Shown attending are (left to riqht) MUton flSn ^
Judge Cannon; Joe Miller, member of the Charter Committee* and Man^TnolT T
acted as chairman of the Charter Committee when the club was in U> kSSL^SS" mZS?
Club officers are Balsam president, circulation director of Th^ewim Kan* wXTsv'
gals, treasurer; and David Drucker, secretary. ". wunam bvi-
is
American agents" What a
peculiar way of thinking! .
.
ZIONIST AFFAIRS: Although
'he plenum of the American Zion-
'st Council voted this week to ex-
pand its activities by taking over
-ome functions from the Jewish
\gency, such expansion will not
take place for some time There
svill have to be protracted talks
between the Jewish Agency and
Jhe American Zionist Council on
he transfer of functions which the
Vgency wants to hand over .
these talks cannot be started now.
when some of the leaders of both
groups are in Europe preparing for
the international Jewish conference
VIEWS ON JEWS: Men*
the American Jewish
who are pessimistic a
ture of Judaism in thisi >
should read The WordiON
Brandeis just published
man Publishers. .. Been
views of the late Juswe"
on many aspects of u.
his views on the future'
can Jewry and ho* ,,.
that Americanism
and J*
of the same pattern
Brandeis said "' haf.
much thought to the w
American Jewish corns*
cause he was sure tW
ways be there .. AM"
undoubtedly make in
lieved. but what of .
not persecution, coa^jj.
difference claimed JJ
he asked rL, fortitude of those ^J
vive will more
the losses
the
than
Americtf
my
oso
against Soviet anti-Semitism which
will take place this week in Zur-1 pie
ich Even upon their return to which repre*
New York no conclusive talks can u
be held since they involve not only
the transfer of some Jewish Agen-
cy departments to the American
have been -
rated from Je**. ^
I am very '*nor*nt
ish
**


iy, MARCH J3,J953_
LEGAL KOilC
ice'
+Jewlst> rkwMlnr,
F5IHDA0B COUNTY. FLOR-
-eiRCUlT COURT.OFJHE
.el JUC
feER nitntiff.
O APKtAR
2 fffiSS SST!&g
tu-in. Wd
,. bhi m eomniaini
to rile the original
the Clerk "f tnis court,
ii t ,, Apr" 'w' ''lse Bald
KHsrsi Myrss, .v.. mt
c'j,.,K ,,1 said Circuit Court
u, u.u u sic" KINU,
Deputj Clerk
4/3 _________
riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
, NAME LAW
I.-E is hereby civen that
EriKned, deslrlna I" engage In
- under the fielitlous name of
UCHS BAKF.KY AND OVEN
tol', .11 .in. I'once de Leon
Ej ,';,,iiii-. Intend to reglMer
1 with the Clerk of the Or-
, [ n-i.i, County. Florida.
VICTi Hi KEISS
in-ltl |IIM.'KU
Owners Ai Co-Partners
k HKIM IN KAEI.AN
[y< for A|.....rants
BldK
- I 3
riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
"1 |8 HKItKHY C.IVEN that
Jrdfiied, desiring to engage In
* uncle' Hi' f'titlous name of
BoW.NTOVVNKK DAK. I'Ai'K-
JTnltK AM 1 UH'NOBi at 3
sl Bin. 1, Miami, Intends to
. ,1 wltn the Cer* iii
1 ..r 1 ijiir County,
CIVIC HA It. INC.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. KLOR.
IDA. IN CHANC&RY. No. 147306
LKNORE HAAS. PUlntlff
l-A"J{!,?',': twHAA8' "efendant.
NOIICI* BY PUULlCAIION
TO: LAWRENCE J. HAAS, ;n> Radnor
Roan, Urea! Neck, Long taiand
New fork.
YOU AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a mil of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you In the
above entitle 1 1.. lee and you are here-
by required to serve a copy ,,1 tout
Answer to the BUI ol Complaint mi
the I'lainilff'B attorneys, and file the
original In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
Hat clay of March, 1963, otherwise a
Deoree i*ro Confc.i*, win be entered
against you.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive Weeks
In THE JEWISH 1 LORIDIAN.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 2nd
day of March, llij.'l.
E. H LBATHERMAN
Clerk, Circuit Court
By: WM. W. .STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
I'ALLOT, SILVER & MULLOY
Attorneys for I'lulnttfl
MM Ingraham Building
Miami, t-lorlda
3/6-13-20-27
ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
'i: is 11KREBY GIVEN that
di -ii Ing in engage In
ficiii loui name ol
jl nil I'RI 'DUCTS CO.,
\ a Ti 1 race, .Miami.
ti 1 aul name
Circuit Court
I'otinl
IsEi'ii M UiRA m. Bole rwner
HKIM KN .v K U'l.AN
.nit
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
iNTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
FOR DADL COUNTY, FLOR-
CHANCERY. No. 157299
i VALENTINE, Plaintiff
[ v w.i:\vi\i:. i', fendant.
ICE BY PUBLICATION
RK VALENTINE
I.KRN'KH > S'l'i IRE
.IN STKEE r I IAYTI >N, OHR >
[aui: hen in quired to sen
uiir nnswer t.i the Kill of
|lnt fur Divorce upon 1'laintiff's
unil I.. f|l the in Initial ans-
Ith the Clerk of the Circuit
|n or before the day of Ap-
Dtherwlse the Bill of Com-
heretofore filed will
i by you.
Eh at Miami, Florida, this 2
" tl ll '
i: I. I.EATHERMAN
Clerk of circuit Court
I'ul' County, Florida
B) \\ \i W. STOCKINQ
I It) Clerk
nd Address of
An .
|N R LYONS'
Jlyin|i:.i Hide.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
ID/*. IN CHANCERY. No. 156957
QWBNDLTN ROLLE, Plaintiff
va.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF MIAMI, et al., Defendants
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: THE FIRST NATIONAL HANK
OF MIAMI, SICCESSOK BY
CONSOLIDATION TO THE
FIRST TRUST COMPANY, FOR-
MERLY KNOWN AS THE FIRST
TRUST & BAVINQB HANK, anil
all unknown successors, assigns,
grantei'M. beneficiaries, creditors
or other parties claiming by.
Ihroiigh, under or against said
defendant, and who are not
known to be dead or alive; and
all other person* or parties other-
wise having in claiming any right,
title, claim or interest In or to
the foUowIng described property,
situate, lying ami being In Dade
County, Florida, to wit: Lots II
and 12 In Block 3, of DIXIE
HEIQHTS GARDENS, ri cording
to the i'lat thereof, recorded In
i'lat Booh 81, at Page 32, of the
I'ulil.c Records of Dade County,
Florida.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a sun to miiii t title to the above
described property lias been filed
against you m the above entitled
cause, and you are hereb) requested
to serve a copy of your answer to the
bill of complaint herein on Hie plaint-
iffs attorneys, Richard KRKICER
FINK and STEPHEN A. SPEAR. 112
I lulldlng, Mia mi, i .
and to file ti.....i Iglnal in the office
of the clerk of the above Court on
or before the nth day of March, 1953,
or a default win be entered against
you.
DATED this ISth day of February,
1953.
E. It LBATHERMAN
Clerk of the circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: WM. W. STOCKING
RICHARD KKEICEK FINK and
STEPHEN A. SI'EAR
Attorneys for Plaintiff
412 Congress Building, Miami, Florida
2/20-27 3/6-13
ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
f ,: IS IIKItEIIY GIVEN that
di -.i lni in eng
IICtltloUB n mie Of
l-i'- i nlllna Ava Ml-
to n
1 ol the Cln in
! Dade County, Florida
DINAH WOLDER
flCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
I NAME LAW
IS HEREBY OrVEN that
ina I" luigage in
, flctltl im name of
IVJl-I.NESB GUIDE, at I0M
I ntend to 11 | i tel
, ''" n.-rk of the Clr-
snof Dade County, Florida.
'HARLES JULIUS
, HERMAN LEVINS
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
i..., "KKEBY iMVEN that
Vim, ,' -.I'-""* to engage In
lOPMiAui ,1,M l!i ,."i i "','" ''-' S U <''"'
Ii tei ds to reg-
",1th the Clerk of the
ade County. Florida.
|AN j DISTRIBUTINQ CO.
\I JvS,','l;,JNN' ''resilient
MARCUS, Secretary
c;.E,nameRlaFw:T,T,OUS
v 0IVHN Hi.:,
to engage in
of
> i ngage in
[ RI .ii nun,, of
V Krome Av-
L
f
I I ,,|c Pw(U
f,',:i'" IIISOWN s
> fc A 8 .,,
I .'lilt;, ,
' nvnir
1 it im '',nkai.'s;ii-ai,
menu ,>l"'1" Hulldliig,
R.ton R^TJ^HjyueR
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN PROBATE. No. 29535 A
In Re: ESTATE OF
REBECCA CORDOVI. Deceased
To All Creditors a-.d All Persons Hav-
ing Claims o* Demands Against
Said Estate:
ou. untl each Of you, are hereby
notified and rei|iiireil to present any
olalmi and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
, state of RLBECCA CORDOVI, Be-
ceased late of Brooklyn, New York,
but owning assets In the Slate ol
Florida, to the Honorable County
Judges of Dade County, and file the
same In their i.fines In the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
Within eight calejnl.tr months from
the date Ol the lu-t publication here-
of. Bald claims or demands to con-
tain the legal address of the claimant
ami to be sworn to and presented aa
nd, or same win be barred.
Date February 14. AD. 1953.
MRS. RAY I [OS EN THAI..
As Administratrix of the
Estate of
REBECCA CORDOVI,
I in cased.
TURK at N i:\v.\i \.v
Attorneys for Administratrix
42" Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Fla.
-720-27 3/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE '3 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
hilslnVss' under the fictitious name of
NATIONAL KOSHER SACSAGE
COMPANY and H'l.< HtlDA NATION
Al. KOSHER SACSAGE COMPANY,
.it ISO N.W. 5th Street, Miami. Intend
to register said name with the Clara
of the Circuit Cunt of Dade Cqunty,
Florida.
ISRAEL NATIONAL KOSHER
SACSAGE COMPANY
WEINKI.i: A KE88LER
Attorneys for Applicant
Nil S.yl.olil Bldg.
3/6-13
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No 27458-B
RE: ESTATE OF
ESRKL KLITMAN, Dei i k I
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is herein given thai I have
filed niv fti .ii report and pi tltlon for
Final Discharge as Executrix of the
estate of B8REL, FLI I'M an.
< 19S3. will appl) to the Honorable
PRANK B. I'iiUI.ING. County Judge
i.t Dade County. Florida, for approval
of said fliml report and for final ds
charge as Executrix of Ihe Estate of
EsREL FLITMAN, deteased.
This 17th day of February, 1953.
ETTA FLITMAN. .
As Executrix of the Estate or
ESRKL n.ITMAN, deceased
I. R. MAYERS
Attorney for Executrix
2/10-27 l/i-I3
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 15 B
II 9 u
KLORmV" ,iUD'c'A'-^^c!rcuitToP
ron2VDvA'1N7H.ANNrDeoFOR DADE
MA.tioNr;:rl;l^;r{RT,il^ir,f57395
Froni Btreet, oty f LonrBeach
Nassau County, N y
inn are reipilred t serve a codv
,'. ,:;"'f r"nV'r "' '"- BUI '" Com*
I'-nut fin Divorce on the piiiitiuifa
attorney u,,d .., rii.- ti,.....-igi a an,-
wer In the office of the ClerlTof the
.'Apr, \uo T,-':'-'';'" '" '-""May
, '.""-*," 1953; otherwise, t|,e Hill
of "I.....,i.,i for invoice, heretofore
"*< herein, U be tahan a. eonfeMa1
-j^jSrSrw1.....ta-tW-t-* f
E. It I.EATHERMAN.
j Ink of (he circuit Court,
,,, gade c,,,,utv, Florida
< Ircult Court Baal)
By: WM. U stocking,
.. Deputy Clerk
Name and Address of
'" in-"-, So-ui. m
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
3/6-13-20-27' ***......""'' Kl'"'lda
im tmJ'ISE,?Y publication
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I. ^.ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
MARY EISENHKRG, Plaintiff,
MORRIS EISENBERG, Defendant.
_ .. SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MORRIS EISENDERG
1114 Man hat tin Avenue
Sen Gate. Brooklyn. New York
Ton. MORRIS ElSENBKRfi, are
hereby notified that a Hill of com-
plaint for Divorce bus been filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
SS\ ',".'*"' !"" "' '"'"I'li'lnt on the
plaintiffs Attorney. HEN ESSEN
ESy 23 Seybolil Bldg., Miami. Klor-
lila. and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the 3
"ay Of April. 1951, If you fail to do
so, judgment bj default win i>,- taken
against you for the r.-iicf demanded
in the Hill of Complaint.
i'lns notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Honda, this 3 day ,,r March, A 11.
. Circuit Court, l >ade County, i
E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
By M. c. GREEN
ill Court Si aii i teputy I 'ink
Attornes for Plaintiff
S23 Seybold Bldg.
.Miami, l-"l :
:: 8-13-3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 15728D
H '.-KM \l:n: CLEONTES, Plaintiff
vs.
ROBERT JOHN CLEI INTES.
I lefendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To. ROBERT JOHN CLEONTES,
K7 West sTth Btreet,
New York City, New York.
You are required to serve a copy of
the Answer to the Hill of Complain!
iiimiii the plaintiff's attorney, Mor-
ton ROTHENBERO, 42" Lincoln
Road, .Miami Beach, Florida, and file
the original in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before Ap-
ril 2, IMt; otherwise, said Hill will In-
taken as confessed by you.
Dated this 2 day of February, 1933.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit < iourl
By It. II RICE. JR.
I Seal I Deputy Clerk
.111-1.1-20-27
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
IDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. No. 157185
MARY BHINN, Plaintiff
vs.
NORWOOD SIIIN.W Defendant.
YOI', NORWOOD BHINN, arc here-
by notified to file your defensive
pleadings to this suli with this court's
Clerk......I serve n copj on Plaintiffs
attorneys. Hutner .v Hutner, Olympla
Bldg., Miami. Fla., on or before March
10. 1963 I- Complain! will be
taken as .....fi i by you.
Date,I: Feb. :';. 1953, E. B LEATH-
ERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Court Beal) By WM, W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk, :: 3-lS-20'-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
THE CHICKEN COOP, at 1303 N.W.
3rd Avenue, Miami. Dade County.
Florida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
01 Dade County, Florida.
ROA8TMA8TER O HG'oRATION
ii|. FLORIDA,
a Florida corporation
KHIIARD KREIGER FINK
Attorney for '
Roeetmaster Corporation of Florida
119 c ingress Building
2 17 IM-lt'20
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
!! sX!llLLN?.iT cOURT OF THE
5r5YfiN.TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 157394
II LIA ADELINE SHERIDAN,
Plaintiff.
TIIo.Mas PATRICK SHERIDAN.
TO THOMAfl PATWCK^HBRIDAN
IIBS New York Avenue
Brooklyn, N, w York
ion are required to serve a coin- of
your answer to the Hill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiffs attornev,
and to file the original answer in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
lourt on or I,.fore the tith day of Ap-
ril. AD. 1H53: otherwise, the Bill of
< pmplalnt for Divorce, heretofore fil-
ed herein, will bo taken as confessed
by you.
Dated nt Miami. Florida, this the
4th day of March, IMS,
E H LBATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
, Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Sea!) ,
Hv: WM W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
Name and Address of
Plaintiffs Solicitor:
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
HUM Beybold Bldg., Miami. Florida
J/e-13-2U-27
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
UJ*S? .FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 29b26-B
in Re: estate of
liill.lc sliimERTZLER, Deceased
. All Creditors and All Pereons Hav-
ing t lalma or Demands Against Said
_ *.u- and each of you nre nereby
notified and required to present anv
claims and demands which you, or
eitner of you, may have against the
estate of PHILIP BCHMbRTZLER
deceased late of Dade County, Florida
to the Honorable County Judges or
Dade Iminly, and file the same in
their offices iii the Countv Courthouse
111 Dade County, Florida, within eight
ean-iidar niontns trom the flate ,| the
first publication hereof. Saul claims
M demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and preaented as aforesaid, or same
win be barred.
Date February 2.1. ad. 19S3
LILLIAN SCHMERTZLER,
AS Administratrix Estate of
PHILIP SCHMERTZLER,
I if!.. 1 sed,
TURK & NEWMAN, I2(i Lincoln "Jtd.,
-Mian. Bl .1. l-la.
\ nej for Administratrix
2 27 :: 1.-1:1-211
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND l-OR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 29204-B
In Ri E8 I'A'I'i: 1 IF
I-. I'MEL .~i. 1 Ml 11 1:, I ii .iaa< '
To All 1 and aii Persons Hai
Ims or Demands Against Bald
Lsiat, :
You, .mil each of you, are hereby
notified ami required to present any
claims ami demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate 01 KTHEL SEYMOI ic. deceas-
ed late of Dade county. Florida, to
the Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, ami file the sun, in their
Offices in the County Courthouse In
Dad.- County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
fl si publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or
same will be barred,
Date February 24, A.D. MM.
BENNIE RosEN.
As the Executor Of the Last
Will and Testament of
ETHEL SEYMOUR, Deceased
HERMAN COHEN
Attorney for Executor
2 27 :: 6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage 111
business under the fit titlous name of
LILLIE RUBIN, at 1037 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach, Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dad.- County, Florida.
LILLIE RUBIN, INC.
BERICK, SHAPIRO A PRIED
Attorneys for Applicant
120 Lincoln Rd
t 27 9 6-13-20
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the underalgni I, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
EISHEKMAN-S WHARF REsTAI'i:-
\\T. at 1101 Bleeayne Blvd., In the
City of Miami, Florida, intend to reg-
ister the said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Coorl of Dad,- County,
"""'''' BUDDY BARNBTT
CLARA BARNETT
BURNETT ROTH
erman s M bai f
11! L'oii
\i .cc.i 1 Ii
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
.. engage In
business under the fictitious name pi
GLOBE ARTISTS, al 350 Lincoln
U 11 Beach, Florida, Intends
to register said same with the Clerk
,,' the Circuit Court Of Dade County,
"......' HARRY KII.HY.
3R0 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida.
MORTON ROTHENBERO,
Attorney for Harry Kllby
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
i/-n-tv-t7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 156896
IRVING SACKS, Plaintiff
\ l,
MAI.LY sacks. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MALLY SACKS. 218 Delancey
Street, NWS York City, N.Y.
You an- hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re*
1 nire-d to serve a copy of your Ans
wer or Pleading 10 the Hill of Com-
plaint on the. plalntlffe Attorney,
ritEltERlCK N. BARAD, 42" Lincoln
Road. Miami Beach. Florida, and file
he original Afnswei or Pleading 111 the
ifflce of the Clerk of the circuit Court
,-.n ul before the i~th day of March.
Pf urn fwil to do so. .lodgment by
default will be taken against you for
ih. relief demanded In the Hill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each Week for four .onseclltive Weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, tble l.ih da) of Pebnyary,
AD. 1953.
1: 1: LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Clrcull court.
1 lade County, 1 id Id 1
B) R II RICE, JR.
,1 -i, t Keal) Deputy Clerk
FREDERICK N BARAM
Plaintiff
120 I .: coin Road
Miami Peach. Florida
:: 6-13
IN THE CIRCUIT CdURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 157371
HELENE DEDE BOYEB, Plaintiff.
vs.
ERNEST STAR RoYEK, Defei lant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ERNEST STAR BOTBR
Address Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a bill of
complaint for divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your answer thereto
on plaintiff's attorney, MARX PAP-
ER, 412 Congress Building. Miami.
Florida, and file the original In th
< iff ice of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, on or before the th day of
April, lKfiS, otherwise a decree pro
eonf.sso will be entered against you.
Dated this 4th day of Marotl 1953.
E. P.. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the. Circuit Court
By M. C. GREEN.
(SealI Deputy Clerk
3/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME 1>W
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FORMOST KOSHER SAUSAGE CO.,
at 230 N.W. r,th Street. Miami, intends
to register said name with the C.-ik
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
PORMOST KOSHHR SAUSAGE
COMPANY
A Pennsylvania Corporat. a
WEINKLE & KES8LER
Attorneys for Applicant
814 Seybold Rldg.
2/20-27 3/6-13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 29178-B
In Re: ESTATE OF'
MAPRICE F'lSHER. Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Aga.nst
Said FJstate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to preaenl :>
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of MAPRICE FISHER, deceas-
ed late of Dade County, Florida, to
the HON. FRANK E. DOWLINO,
County Judge of Dado County, ana
file the same in his office in the
county Courthouse In Dade C inty,
Florida, within elghl ^a1' ad
from the date of the first pub 1-
tlon hereof. Said claims or di
to contain the legal address .:' the
clalmanl and to be sworn to a 1 pre-
sented aa aforesaid, or same
bai 11 I.
1 ate February 19, A D 1953
MINNIE FISHER,
As Administratrix of the
Estate ol
MAURICE FISHER, 11 .
BURNETT K 'I'll
Attorney for Administratrix
112 Coni 1 lilding
Miami, Florida
2/27 3/6-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 156982
PEOGY KITKEs. Plaintiff,
vs.
HY.MAN RITKB8, Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
To: HY.MAN KITKES. 130 Bouth Bth
Street, Brooklyn, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce
has bean filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
answer or pleading to the Hill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiffs attorney.
DAVID A. FRANK, 403 Olympia
Building, Miami, Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading in tho
Office of the Clerk of the C
Court on or before the 2.",th ii
March. I95S. if you fail to d 1 so,
Judgment by default will be taken
against you,
DATED at Miami. Florida, this 19tb)
day ol February, ir>3.
B, B, LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Com!.
I ".ol.- 1 'ouniv. Flol Ida
B) WM, w BTOCK
Deput) Cli
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
DWID A FRANK
Mtnrnev for Plslntlff
4113 1 >Ij mpia Building
. _; .. 6-11-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the in ilersigm d. desiring to eng
business under the fictitious name or
F'LORIDA KEYS D It I FTWQO D
STUDIOS, 1096 N.W, aiiih Street Mi-
ami, intends to register said name
with the Cl.rk of the circuit Court or
Dole County, Florida.
BERNARD KLINOW
\V EINSTEIN. W EINSTEIN
A WKINSTEIN
Attorneys (or Applicant
lit) Lincoln Road
2/20WJ7 3/6-13
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.FRIDAY, in
Jubilee Proceeds
May Top Record
For the tliird successive year.
a capacity audience of over 3.500
Greater Miami residents and visi-
tors filled the Miami Beach Audi-
torium last week to make the hos-
pital's Third Annual Jubilee a suc-
cess both financially an.l from the
standpoint of entertainment.
Jubilee Chairman Leonard A.
Mien estimated that the gross re-
ceipts would probably set a new
record for one-night fund raising
affairs in the country and would
exceed last year's Jubilee returns
of SI 12.000. Tickets were present-
ed to contributors of sums from
$10 to S100 to the Jubilee Fund.
Television star Ed Sullivan was
master of ceremonies for the four-
hour show to which stars from the
most popular Miami and Miami
Beach clubs and hotels donated
their services, thus helping the hos-
pital make up a deficit incurred
by such non-profit activities as re- ,
search, interne training, free and cning. March 15th. 7 p.m at Blom
partly free treatment in the Out j^rR Hall. 139 NW 3rd Avenue.
The testimonial will celebrate
Rabbi Arie Becker
To Honor Rabbi
Becker At Dinner
Downtown Synagogue will tender
a testimonial dinner in honor of
Rabbi Arie Becker on Sunday ev-
Patient Department and Mount Si
nai's School of Practical Nursing.
The hospital's services to the
community were portrayed in a
dramatic presentation written, di-
Rabbi Becker's appointment as spir-
itual leader of the Synagogue.
Formerly of Israel. Rabbi Beck
I He attended European Yesh
ivoth, including Romayle.- at Wil-
na and the Tahkemony Rabbinical
Seminary in Warsaw. He also en
pa""d in private studv with Dr V
dramatic nrese a'nn wnuen. in- _:,:,,,,i
ted by Prof.....>r has appeared as guest pintual
. h. of the University oi ,"a'u,rho^.^.la.Jn^I"l "SI
[Drama Department Roll -
in the presentation were taki
.! personnel.
The Jubilee receives the com-
Bte cooperation of the American
Guild ol Variety Artists because I He*' chlf,f Rabhl of Isracl
of Mount Sinai's year round policy Kabbi Becker has officiated in
of providing all AGVA members Ahdut Israel Synagogue. Tel Aviv
He was Rabbi Herzog's representa-
tive on numerous missions to
France. Belgium. Germany. Switz-
erland. Denmark. Sweden. Norway.
Finland. Tangier and Canada.
Lively Art* <-roup
Holds Affair
Members of the Friends Of The
Seven Lively Arti wl" hoW the:
first annual affair on March 14th.
in the Palette Roof of the Miami
Beach Community Center.
Featured will be the creative
work of members and friends in :
everj fad of art Scheduled are
Max Drossin on the Mandolin, Wil-
:,,,: Oberman's caricatures. Jerry
Schultz in dramatic readings. Al-
bert Hauer and his violin. Bernice
Sir's piano recital
Chain) Roses original poetry. Es-
tclle Renkoff in a solo dance jazz
ballet. Blacksmith Blues. Jimmy'
March in folk songs and an art film
from the University of Miami.
Agudaih Israel
Installs Oiiieers
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute
will install officers on Sunday.
March 22nd. 7 30 p.m.. at the |
Broadmoor Hotel
Samuel Landau will assume the
office of president Others are Har-
r\ Kaplan, vice president; Isadore
Chaplik. treasurer; Morris Babok.
financial secretary; and Hersch
Weiss, recording secretary.
To be in-tailed as Gabaim are
Jacob Kir/.:-, and William Feigen-
baum Installing officer will be
Harold Shapiro, Miami Beach at-
. and radio commentator
Rabhi Isaac Ever will be principal
;er.
. Miami Wind
01
Humant
with free hospitalization.
Dinner Marks
Shapiro To .Speak
ll't'or /.ionisis
Harold Shapiro, local attorney
. 'cwish leader, will address the
Zionist Luncheon Club on Wednes-
day, March i8th. 12:15 p.m. at the Krantz Anniversary
Ritz-Plaza Hotel. The topic of his r an(i ^lp
talk ill bi The Jew 01 Israel.
The guest speaker, former
Wi sconsin, sen ed with
the State; Navj at K< j
I War II Fol-
made his
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ference ol ans and Jews. He .\-kil! publisher of the Florida
is commentator on the WIN/. Sun- Sun. Gershon S Miller is luncheon
day Radio Program, Meet Your chairman George J. Talianoff is
Neighbor. I president.
Compare
TETLEY TEA
with any other brand
Joseph Krantz
were honored on their 35th wed
dins, anniversary during a dinner
if the Pioneer Women. Club No. 1.
i k Mrs Kranti is ; residentJ
"i the group.
\ certificate was given the
their outstai
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SINCE 13)7
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then Compare
TETLEY TEH
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firWWI
The Miami Beach High School Debating Team o
state championship on Sunday. Team members ir,clud"t''!a
of 1361 Meridian Avenue; Herbert Kaplan, Spevack, 395 Fairway Drive; and Richard Masin3t*,
All are 10 years old ... -
Among officers recently re-elected at tip
Greater Miami are Mrs. George M. Wisner, 1st vice
J. Ackerman, member of the Board of Directors n
Halpern, vice president of the Heart Association here \>'\
chairman of judges in the High School Heart Educate
test sponsored by the group ... Mr. and Mrs. Nat KiinLf*
Gables, will be aboard the RMA Maurentania when it ai
York tomorrow for a 16-day Caribbean cruise They arc l.
General Electric Company in recognition of Mr, KmmJ
plishments as a GE dealer .
An annual award of $1,000 will be given fo the py*.
the top job each year in cancer research cytology, xm*l
Dade County Cancor Institute. The awar I be,ng
Leonard A. Wien, now serving his second y< ;.r as presides
stitute.
RedCrQHaTopH Mid-Way Mark]
Red Cross volunteer workers Next meeting for ual
here were told Monday that the | ers is set for March ljl
drive that opened on March 1st,' not be just a report |
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