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l SIO.OOO.OOO needed to construct and JgtiSSOJPS*** ecuip the Albert Einstein College versity's decision to name the medthe led Wry 'lety of an American [Ping a foreign governhatred against a secAmerican public was Urwhi was called into 1' Assistant Secretary A liyroade. in Eastern Affairs, an explanation. •Sized to his superior • Witty his action. j at which Wright ah Propaganda speech a conference for corNrtives sponsored by Sen Ice l!KV2 Uh ^


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Yeshiva Campaign For Medical School R^SSfoi VSA Increases Pace; Dinner Slated April 2nd n**mmt**m Key workers for the national an expected to attend the Sonntag NEW YORK Willian,iRjjenki c k off dinner of h ene wIy -na ni oc, ~Z~S££2S "" 2tS rJt^d^S Albert Einstein College of Medi' ,. ... Appeal, has been named chairman Cine will meet the B,ca>ne *rJSTJtli *E*S*Z *" *-^^ raee hotel at 12:15 p.m.. today. „ thc dinnt r fcc-Senator Claude t,on uhuh thWAJ %  poiuor Highlight of the luncheon session Pepper is chairman of the dinner on Sunday, arcn aw rr ... ,, • n, fiirm <>l 1 -ITU"nt rallies ooin in Mb.^.i^^-i^Mjs'i; v t *M c T throughout th? country to voice American Jewry'i concern for the and future of Eastern than 2.500,000 u was announced this week executive offices of the Einstein by Edward M. M. Warburg genMedical college. Suite 222. One oral chairman of the I nited JewLincoln Road, or by telephoning lh Appeal, chairmen of the South Florida 158-2454 or 5-7080. i ~ campaign for the Einstein College. "Interest in the April 2nd | 0 wH|* To IIV will discuss the Princeton meeting fair h s heightened greatly "-.. g% g—,1W— they attended as representatives | announcement of the naming of %  ** %  € %  IPIR 3UHtIM> of Greater Miami. A fourth local: the Albert Einstein College of |> lonPPr Women, Club No 2, will civic leader. Leon B Jacobs, was I Medicine." Levenson reported | h((nor Mr and Mrs B i owe ll at toric session at Princeton, New Jersey, which officially named the S1O.O00.OOO medical school sponsored by Yeshiva University in conjunction with the City of New York. R. Williams Apte. Samuel C. Levenson and Mrs. Louis Cilasser, coper said. The Biscayne Terrace met l will launch an intensive two %  •'''> campaign to tell dinner tickets Europes mow Reservations may be made at the Jews liable* Center To MaHP SreoRti" PattHOver \ujhi The traditional Passover ceremonies will be celebrated on the second night of Passover, Tuesdav, March 31st. 7 p.m., at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. Ladies of the Sisterhood are pre paring foods for the Sedar service. Melodies will be sung by Can tor Robinson. The Haggadah will be read by Rabbi Morris Skop. Chairman of this affair is Mrs tttph*. among the 100 persons from! Wednesday. throughout the United States and Apte reported that more than the Lincoln Manor on Sunday evening. March 22nd. 6 p.m. Mrs. Canada who attended the luncheon : $3,000,000 already has been raised p owe |j ls president of the group. tendered by Dr. Samuel Belkin. for the medical school, first unit Yeshiva president. in a projected $25,000 medical Guest speaker will be Mrs. Miriam Gingold, member of the Pioneer Dr. Belkin returned to Miami i ^ pn,er Additional pledges at the Womon s Natlona i Board. Beach Tuesday night to confer with Princeton meeting pushed the nathe local leaders on the April 2nd "< nal > ,al "* %  thp S3.500.000 dinner which will launch the namark he reported tional campaign. Some 500 persons J#"% *£tii eJimo 350 Lincoln Road Mezzanine — Phone 5-5419 Entrance on Washington Ave. OCULISTS • Prescriptions Filled • Lenses and Frames Duplicated • Large Selection in Latest Styles In charge of arrangements BM the Mesdames William Malmuth, Joseph Minima, Rose Pressman. Mrs. Glasser said that activity Manya shubm aml Abraham Shedin the Women's Division, aided by ,, a recent visit here by Miss Fannie I Hurst, national vice chairman, also was "considerabLj greater" follow UnMM#?8 MMPM ing the announcement from f || 3l( k 4 k t 3IOIMll V Princeton. ... Sisterhood of the (oral Gables Jewish Center will meet 00 Monday March 23rd, 8 30 p.m., at the Center. tured will be a fashion show with new numbers U hostesses Chairman iMrs Nathan B, Rood! PfSrfONM RATS • ROACHES • MICE • FLIES Worfd'i lorposf P#jf Control Co. 'MEMBER OF B'NAI B'RITH" Call 2-1776 DAY WORKERS $5 & $6 and Fare COLORED MAIDS PART TIME OR FULL TIME IN PRIVATE HOMES SPECIALIZING Hotel Maids Porters Dishwashers ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. lit Avi. Ph. -S607 No Charge to Employer IMlS.W.Ithsi*, MiamL Florida Telephone 82-500, For the Best Selection Place! 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KCH_201953_ *Jg*Mt*>r**btfi PAGE 3 A jt Names Local Officers; Rabbi Is Greater Miami Chairman Kronish. spiritual Greater Miami is in formation and BcI h Sholom, was „an of the Israel HisC„ee of Creator • st Soulhcastern C onHibiscus I-odge last ,rs named were Israel drman of the Labor c il o f Greater Miami, frmaii; Mrs. Bee Jaf0 f Pioneer Women s fchairman; M. Burstein Bburg, associate chair|jli er treasurer; and orin Bild. secretary. ; G. Heller, principal upon the Histadrut icontinue its activities Histadrut in Greater I keep the community the vital contribuJjstadrut is making in vocational, educanployment institutions iller said, "It is now international Comoping to weld the antiJtiments of the great fct Europeans as an in• strengthening the toegimes within these the following have been named to serve in addition to the officers: Mrs. Jaffer, chairman, Jacob | Fishman, Saul Ashkenazy, B. Powel, Mrs. Ida Jacobs Powel, N. Bookspan, Mrs. Sophie Krantz, Henry: Seitlin, Dr. Harry Queen, Mrs. An-1 na Seltzer, E. Lesowoder, Rabbi I. Lehrman. Leon Ell, Rabbi Max Shapiro, Mrs. Lena Pushkin. Nathan Ostrov, S. Halpern, Burnett Roth, Harold Turk, Mrs. Joseph Mintzes, Sam Saks, Rabbi Moses Mecheloff, Mrs. Tillle Sandier and Mr. Max Friedson. Henry Goldstein is Southeastern Regional director of Histadrut and will help set up activities for Histadrut in this area. Rabbi James G. Heller, president of the Labor Zionist Organization of America, is shown (second from left) congratulating top leaders of the Greater Miami Israel Histadrut Committee. Left to riaht are Israel Shapoff, honorary chairman; Rabbi Heller; Mrs. Bee Jaffer, co-chairman; and Rabbi Leon Kronish, chairman and spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom. |ha been true, he exit Anti-Semitism is one I signs of internal fear nithin the totalitarian states, he said we can hat this new outburst i by Russia is the | downfall of the nation IDIS one-third of the lies. The tragedy is Jews, are again the bple". htheastern Conference \n\ resolutions sending members of the Hissrael and pledged to efforts on behalf of Israel, members to attend eder for Histadrut at Bs Lodge on Thursday, [when David Wertheim | principal speaker. Roth, vice mayor of Mi, Mrs George M. Cohen, pf the South Florida tincil. ami lulian Venezan of the National AdCouncil for State of \ gave personal greet! Conference. In addiI Ha:n!in. national secrepadrut. Louis Segal, naetary of the Farband kist Order. Dr. Sarah Fepal president of Pioneer nd Haim Brand, of the Circle, sent telegrams he delegates, m of Directors of the Utadrut I ommittee of Flagler Women Hoar Lindlahr i ouph's I iiititrtl Feature** Play Couples Limited, of Temple Israel, will feature its second dramatic presentation, Three's A Family, a comedy by Phoebe and Henry Ephron, in Kaplan Hall, on Sunday, March 22nd, through Wednesday, March 25th. Proceeds will be given to the Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman Religious School Fund for the purchase of modern classroom equipment. Directed by Kenneth Stanleigh, Miami actor, the cast is led by Sol Lewis, Pat Fuchs, Vicki Dunn and Betty Wrinkle and includes Ted Williams, Leslie Bukstel, Bertha Burrows, Marcia Pritikin, Natalie Pritikin, Lewis Gorfine, Jules Werner, Nettie Werner, Morris Lust. Ruth Labar, Jerry Fuchs and Dick Stern. Name Med School For Dr. Einstein Continued from P*g 1 A ican Jewry; it is an act of self-help to make it possible for many of our young people in this country to study medicine. Yeshiva University's medical school will be unique in that, while it will bear the imprint of a Jewish university devoted to the Arts and Sciences and will represent a collective effort by our people to make its contribution in the field of medical science, it will welcome students of all races and creeds." Reminiscing on the influences that led to his choice of a scientific career, Dr. Einstein recalled how impressed he was as a child by his first sight of a compass at the age of 5 and his introduction to plane geometry at the age of 12. Evaluating these early impressions, Dr. Einstein said: "To me it appears as if those outside stimuli have had a considerable influence on my development. Man, however, has had very little insight into what is going on within himself. Seeing a compass for the first time may not have a similar elfect on every child. What is it that determines the particular reaction of an individual? One may theorize about it more or less plausibly but will scarcely reach a deeper insight." Speaking of young men about to embark on scientific careers, Dr. Einstein said: "He who has the urge to do creative scientific work will find his own way. It is not advice but stimulating example that matters." The Women's Group of the Flag ler-Granada Jewish Community Center held its annual election of officers last night. The new slate will be announced and introduced at the group's banquet on March 26th, at the Colony Restaurant. Guest speaker was Victor H. Lindlahr who discussed: Keeping Young With The Years. Flagler-Granada Women will hold a regular monthly luncheon on Tuesday, March 24th, at 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Leon Bernard, chairman, will be assisted by the Mesdames Ralph Lang, Aaron Shapiro, Jack Cohen, Walter Stewart, Sam Kirschner, Harry Hirsch, Al Farberman and lack Whitman. Mrs. Sidney Raskin will announce plans for the group's scheduled affair at the Dixie Belle Inn. Seder At Beth Sholom A traditional Seder will be held on Monday evening, March 30th. at 6:45 p.m., in the Banquet Hall of Temple Beth Sholom, according to an announcement by Leon J. Ell, president. The Seder will be conducted by Rabbi Leon Kronish and Cantor Samuel Kelemer, with organist Hy Fried at the piano. ARON STREIT, INC. 150 RIVINGTON ST., NEW YORK 2, N.Y. products are mada under the strictest Rabbinical supervision, and guaranteed to ba All STREIT products are DISTINCTIVE IN TASTE... DISTINGUISHED FOR QUALITY... DEDICATED TO KASHRUTH! 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Friday tinee 1927 by the Jewish [, Sixth Street, Miami 18, Florida. Published tvery Fr Floridian at 120 N. E. sixth street, Miami is, norm. Entered as second-class matter July 4, 1930, at the Poet 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 Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwide News Service. National Editorial Association, American Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, Florida Press Association. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editor What's In A Name The Albert Einstein College of Medicine is a fitting name for Yeshiva University's new medical center. The most renowned scientist in the world has, for the first time in his long and eventful career, given his name to an institution of learning. Yeshiva's college of medicine will gain in stature thereby. During the course of his life. Dr. Einstein has labored in a relatively seclus. ive manner. It is difficult at this point to evaluate the degree to which he identified himself with the Jewish world. We do know that he was the target for anti-Semitic attack at least twice. • WhSn Dr. Einstein presented his theory of relativity to the Berlin Physical Society in 1904, he was deliberately ignored by Germany's greatest scientist, Max Planck. Earlier, his presence there had been challenged in blatant, "racial" terms. We also know of the "invitation" extended him to leave the Third Reich in the early '30's, and that like countless other refugees, he fled to America and exile. But these were all negative and incidental aspects of Dr. Einstein's Jewish identification or, indeed, his identification with any problem extending beyond an immediate interest in philosophy and science. It was not until his letter lo the late Franklin Delano Roosevelt, which subsequently led to the hiqhly secret Manhattan Project on atom bomb research, that Dr. Einstein showed an awareness of and major concern for the occurrences in man's contemporary history. Since then, this genius has identified himself to an increaslnq extent with world affairs and especially with Jewish problems. Early in Yeshiva University's campaign to organize a medical school, Dr. Einstein lent his name to that project. He has become more and more vocal on matters of state and of social justice, generally. Throughout, he has shown the hulity tact has marked the course of his entire life. When Dr. Chaim Weizmann died, the State c: Israel invited him to become its second President. Refusing, he brushed aside his age and physical infirmities, concentrating on what r.e considered his "weaknesses" -his inability to deal with human problems which had been the direct result of life-long research in the laws governing the physical universe. But he was no less expressive about the needs of Israel and about the latest plight of World Jewry. His acceptance of Yeshiva University s honor in naming the medical school after him was marked by Dr. Einstein's reference to our people", a final and complete identification of his existence with Jewish tradition and history. The Albert Einstein College of Medicine is time, from the start, endowed with the name ot one of the rarest geniuses of all time It oegins with the tradition of social awareness as an aspect of its non-sectarian policy. And the groundwork has been laid for a center of research in which scientific inquiry will ever be drawn forward by the great wisdom of its namesake. It May Strike You" The Heart Fund of Greater Miami has been ?imnnn nCmg w ?KSJ l! prob,em in !" !" <3 5 fortunate W ^ tha ,his un Our city has become a notable area of resiThat the drive finds it hard to meet what we fee li a modest local goal does not speak iaS understanding of Greater MiamCampaign Chairman Paul Walker put it succinctly when he said that coronary afflictions can strike at anyone and that lack of campaign support indicates a prevalent insensitivity to his fact. Heart research is currently moving forward rapidly. The nation's No. 1 killer mav soon very well be under total control. Let us pitch in to make sure the campaign reaches its mark here. We will be aiding those stricken with heart ailments now. We may be aiding ourselves in the future. wJewistiflcridian OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141 2-8212 The ruth of S U One Year Jrwish Florid Ian dOM not ruarantee the Kashthe IPT Chandlae ii ilver t liwl In Its column.. e ii %  e r R I PTION RATH: B S C R I P T $3.00 0 N A T Two Years $5.00 HWA^W Nisan 4, 5713 Volume 27 Number 12 FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1953 •lake Sher Jake Sher represents the humble approach to communal activity, the tireless worker who deliberately avoids public acclaim. But Mr.! Sher's participation in Greater Miami affairs' has been so varied and frequent that recognition of his contributions in this regard inevitably came to the fore. In many cases, Mr. Sher acted as a mediator in setting right difficulties before they received general notice. His efforts in these directions have served to eliminate much friction' that might otherwise have reflected on the in dividuals involved and on our community, as Mr 'v. S u e \ has also been an crQ ent worker in behalf of his synagogue and numerous local service and philanthropic agencies. He has denied his energies to no worthwhile cause, tho. !f' herefore Particularly gratifying to learn bv t£ N^" 1 10 ^ T enU y acc rded Mr. Sherj Jews tr hi' n H al C n,erence <* Christians and ews tor his humanitarian efforts comes from his overal organization whose activities serve he area at large rather than from another ol 1 e7deav 0 rT Sh ^ !" *—' During The Week... A Br LEO MW DIJ1| LAST THURSDAY Nl( beginning to end. A Urge %  udJenwIlL^ • 3 tonum to prove the popularity of Mr,** 0 lh tail name It listened impatiently through /^ffij Israels Minister of State Dov Joseph L*^ h MJ Roosevelt's quiet but pointed messag^"" 1 *? midst of Dr. Frank Kingdon's pathetic rT„ ? epMt *U. I should still like U) be toldI th„ T '* lo £1 and would appreciate even the least Wt^SS of *HL to explain It Certainly, no Israel Bonds W2L"!**4 If, as it has been suggested, the rally ZZ ? me8, J rent drive against the Jews, bond leaders h ***%4 a secret of that fact. In short, the ,„£ "*M whelming number of stereotyped phrase Tl !? f J emotional cues to hiss the villain and ran „7T hough %  In reality, nothing significant was accora-lS".***. anti-Semitic policy found mention only bv V ?' S ^l Europe was ploughed up again to prove that T '*! ish blood. Mrs. Roosevelt's stated appear''**^ ized. And Dr. Kingdon gave a capsull £.."* ?1 at the Delano Hotel last Fall before the PiXpaign. Shapiro's extremelv SS rec gnition of Mr. which does credTto hm ZfST %-~* he will now direct d ,he CJA drive number of responsihilitiJo 'ncreasing -ea are wSSSfffSj^ *"* in ,h future for all of ui. Ut a meaningful Li Both scrupulously avoided reference to the world it, regard, Dr. Joseph went one step further. He exhtatf 1 bit about Israel and prophesy fulfilled And he named i had sought to destroy Judaism only to find destruction I At one point, Dr. Joseph skirted an essential issw. H to Israel's open immigration policy and said that no world could match it. This was a veiled allusion to the, !" but even here the fundamental problem remained untotdkfl. ended on a peculiar note. It had the bitterly humorous iifa| Bliatk challenge. Despite the crying need for mod?i| social cunning, it waved the old banner of the Jew a-aafl human being through whom, alone, the salvation of found. The cherished seal of spiritual superiority wa o ed and applauded. The naive isolationist thinking which' contintiei to foster emphasized the failure of the rallv IT REMAINED FOR MRS. ROOSEVELT TO speak li healthier terms. The former First Lady spoke of collected^ made mention of democracy, generally, and viewed the Jnn an expression of free thinking everywhere In this regard,l| veil referred to the United Nations and alluded to the i indigent people in other areas of the world America Ml intelligent lesson in foreign policy. We could no longer.*! think of what is best for us; we must now think of wkilj everyone. This suggestion concerning US overseas attitude %  applauded and further demonstrated the confused thinkiaiy rally-goers. For it is precisely this collectivist approach'tor vation with which Israel and World Jewry must become in* ?eace and security are ever to be achieved The battle a U for democratic determination is as surely a significant phM future safety as are the current Arab machinations in *f" State Department offices. Choosing to nurture senseless emotional attitude, stj failed to touch upon these salient points himself He cottldjj orated upon his allusion to the McCarran Act and emphiaej can reticence to assume the role of world leadership whi< **jj velt stated was ours. He might have cautnmed IS top Wf j against their duplicity in the pivotal Near Kast. Avoiding** I less affirmation of an ingrown history that has brought tkA fortune. Dr. Joseph should have represented hiGovernmeftf j in human destiny at large. MRS. ROOSEVELT MADE MUCH OF THE problem cf I tiny before students at the University of .Miami on Fndaj. warned against capitulation to defeatism and despair, tclusfl tale of disabled Finnish war veterans who built a hospiuJ*] culars outside of Helsinki a few years ago. Kxistence and l*~ continue, she said, in the face of seemingly insurmountal* %  Hysteria can have no place in mankind's scheme if the M secu'ed. J In this regard. Mrs. Roosevelt urged the general study J language and the humanities, and observers could notice %  & termination in the faces of the young college men 1J J failed, at toast then, to understand the workings of worw^ science its modern godhead. M It seems that Israeli ministers and Jewish fund rawj would have benefited much from Mrs. Roosevelt's renurn There, she spoke unhampered by the atmospherei emotionalism. It no longer befits us to think in indlU r demand individual salvation and to regard ourselves w bearers of Grace. We must become sympathetic to *1^| freedom everywhere and work toward achieving >' J versally. The Thursday rally was a horrifying example of nu*| wasted motion. Its tone of self-righteousness. *' U, J*J C cere, did not advance the cause of Israel. Jewry "SH relief because it turned out to be an expression of sen ^i Mrs Roosevelt's serenity there and before Univers*t j enu on Friday was a startling contrast. It represent" determination to attain total understanding and pe**



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pTPTA ksor [institute I Sholom PTA will Lnual Passover lnLder luncheon on Lfh 25th. 11 a.m., [.patio. fa program will be Lhops conducted by bonish. Sydney J. Lor Samuel Kelemer [embers of the Re [ Mrs. Edward MenLonstrate the makL Passover dishes, he Sisterhood Choral Oder a Pesach MusiIprogram will be detection of I'TA offiB53-54 school year, n Kogen and Mrs. j are co-chairmen of ervatloni are being Abe Schwartz, act Irving Kaplan. PTA %  +Jewlsltfk>r*Jtogj PAGE SA Because Lives Depend On Us. was the theme of the Food Division Dinner held last week in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Shown at the head table prior to an address by Rabbi Joseph Narot are (left to right) Maurice Daum. Morty Neiman. Abe Malorf. Herbert Sher, Aaron Weinkle. Leo "Chick" Chaikin, Murray Mattes and Sam Heiman. chairman of the CJA Trades Division. Beth Sholom Social Dr. Alexander Robbins. president of the Men's Club of Temple Beth Sholom, announces that a dance and social will be held on Sunday evening, March 22nd, in the Temple patio. Herbert F. Linick, program cnairman, is in charge of the function. Lee In Talk On Jewish Contributions To Science Charles H. Lee, retired New York engineer, astronomer and lecturer, will be guest speaker torow afternoon, 3 p.m., at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum under the canopy on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson, 11th Street and Ocean Court. Lee will speak on: Jewish Contributions To Science. Max Azar will recite humorous tales from Sholom Aleichem. Lottie Ratshprecher, active Hadassah worker, will introduce the speaker and conduct the discussion norinH College Discussed Harold Shapiro, commentator on the radio program. Meet Your Neighbor, has invited Samuel C. Levenson, co-chairman of the local Yeshiva Medical College Campaign to be his guest Sunday, March 23rd, at 8:15 p.m., over station WINZ. W PASSOVER SHOPPING LIST! |ff4CN SERV/Cf np. ro* ****** ^ SAVE TIME! SAVE WAITING! % % % %  i Finest-quality borscht, made from choice ripe beets .. with true Old World flavor. The modern, convenient way to serve the traditional Passover treat. 4 servings from every jor. ORDER THE BEST FOR PASSOVERORDER ROKEACHI ROKEACH GEFIllTE FISH-thriftiest costs you less than home-made! Saves you work and lime, too. Passover just isn't a Holiday without ill 6 high-quality, delicious portions in every Jar. ORDtR THE BEST FOR PASSOVERORDER ROKEACH! MAKEUP YOUR ORDER... GIVE IU0.T0.Ult GROCER TODAY! OROFRnrHriKrFORPASSOVER-ORDERROKEACH^^^ ,! fMMtV ROKEACH >LlTE FISH 9. (lakeacit & So**, M* O:WACH:KOSHER:SOAP: gj D^OttACH^OAMING'QEANSER n,ROKEACH:SllVER POLISH CREAM Q' .*%  -ROKEACH SILVER RASH Instant Liquid Silver Cleaner %¡ ROKEACH BORSCHT %¡ ROKEACH CREAMED-STYLE SCHAV %¡ ROKEACH GEFILLTE FISH %¡ ROKEACH FISHBITS %¡ ROKEACH NYAFAT %¡ ROKEACH NYAFAT-Neutral %¡ ROKEACH PEANUT OIL %¡ ROKEACH HONEY %¡ ROKEACH PRUNE JUICE %¡ ROKEACH TOMATO & MUSHROOM SAUCE a ROKEACH STRAWBERRY PRESERVES %¡ ROKEACH RASPBERRY PRESERVES %¡ ROKEACH CHERRY PRESERVES a SOKEACH GRAPE PRESERVES %¡ ROKEACH BLACKBERRY PRESERVES %¡ ROKEACH SEEDLESS BLACK RASPBERRY PRESERVES %¡ ROKEACH APPLE SAUCE %¡ MATZOS %¡ MATZO MEAL %¡ MILK .^ADDRESS..~ ~ %¡ ROKEACH APPLE JUICE %¡ ROKEACH CRANBERRY SAUCE %¡ ROKEACH PEACHES %¡ ROKEACH ELBERTA PEACHES %¡ ROKEACH FRUIT COCKTAIL %¡ ROKEACH BARTLETT PEARS %¡ ROKEACH FRUIT COMPOTE Q ROKEACH STEWED PRUNES %¡ ROKEACH MARASCHINO CHERRIES %¡ ROKEACH APPLE CIDER VINEGAR %¡ ROKEACH PEPPER—White, %¡ Block %¡ ROKEACH PAPRIKA %¡ ROKEACH SOUR SALT %¡ ROKEACH GINGER %¡ ROKEACH CINNAMON %¡ ROKEACH HORSERADISH %¡ ROKEACH KOSHER NEW PICKLES %¡ ROKEACH KOSHER NEW SPEARS %¡ ROKEACH DELUXE MIX %¡ ROKEACH KOSHER TOMATOES %¡ ROKEACH SLICED TOMATOES %¡ ROKEACH MACAROONS—Almond, %¡ Cocoanut, Q Chocolate %¡ ROKEACH CANDLES %¡ BUTTER D EGGS D SUGAR riTf MB !#/• r $fo limited time) WITH E FREjE SPONb t 2 BARS Of ROKEACH ROSIER EVERY SOAP s %  Distribute by Hl-GRADE FOOD CO.. Phone 9-8456



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PAGE 6 A +Je*is*ncrkik*ri Shirley Gerstein's Betrothal To Hans Picard Told Here; Fall Wedding Planned Mrs. Louis Manas, of Miami Beach, announces the engagement of her daughter, Shirley Doris Gerstein, to Hans E. Picard Mr. Picard is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Julius Picard, Fall River, Massachusetts. Miss Gerstein and Mr. Picard met at a childhood party ten years ago. Miss Gerstein attended Florida State College for Women and graduated from the University of Miami, where she was secretary of Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority and Gamma Alpha Chi Advertising Honorary. She also received the Gamma Alpha Chi award for being the outstanding woman grad uate in the field of advertising in the 1950 University of Miami graduating class, Miss Gerstein is vice president ol Junior Hadassah and pa>t sec retary of the Miami Beach (hap ter. Universit) of Miami Alumnae Association, Active in the Delta I'ln Epsilon Alumnae Association. -lie is now working for the Bonds of Israel Office. Mr Picard graduated from Worcester Polytechnic Institute, where he received the BS degree in Electrical Engineering He served as treasurer of Alpha Kp silon Pi Fraternit) and was a i r ni the Masque Dramatic Societ) He was vice president ol Miss Shirley Gerstein Personally Speaking Sam Rosner has been accepted as an Air Cadet with the United States Army Air Force and left last week for Lackland Field, Texas to report for duty. He is the son of Mr and Mrs. David Rosnet, Miami Beach. Rabbi anil Mrs Alfred Waxman, Ol 8081 S\V 11th Street, announce the birth of their daughter. Martha, at Mercy Hospital on March 0th. Martha joins her seven -yearold sister, Faith Rabbi Waxman is spiritual leader of the West Miami Jewish Center Dr and MrSam Wilonsky were recint hosts to a charity luncheon at their home, 1004 Pennsylvania Avenue Proceeds are going to the Jewish National Fund in Israel Mrs Wilensky is JNF chairman nt the Pioneer Women's Organisation, < "lub No 1. Saul Raskin Views Jewish Art At Forum Saul Raskin will be principal -peaker before th? Viddisher Forum which meets tomorrow evening, March 21st. 8:15 p.m.. at the Kneseth Israel Congregation Raskin Is a noted painter and the Debating Society, a member author. Mainly on Jewish themes. nt the Varsity Debating Team and his works are exhibited In 15 Amrman Of the Student Chapter encan art museums, including the ol the American Institute of Metropolitan Museum in New York i • ctrical Engineers, Having served two years with the United states Army S i > orps, Mr Picard is now associ ..led with the Signal Corps ig Laboratories at Red Bank. New Jersej The couple plan a Fall wedding :n Massachusetts THE NEW Camp Osceola FOR BOYS A\D GIRLS On Miilt River 4 Silver Lake Horse Shoe. North Carolina Horseback Riding %  Private lake Swim mini Pool Capable Seasoned StaH Resident Physician and Nurse Directors. Herbert Silver BS M.ED Belle Segal Silver, B.A., L I, |"36 Buccaneer Ave.. Miami Beach [Ph 84-9:21 Limited Enrollment NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS Citj Raskin has published 10 bonks. illustrating the Hebrew classics be ginning with Pirke Avoth and con eluding with the Kabbalah. The Yiddisher Forum will hear Raskin in a discussion on the problems in Jewish art. its history and its destiny Mr and Mrs Harry S Mosko i vit/ are vacationing at the Billows Hotel Mi. Ifoakovib is nationally known for his oil portraits. He has painted such notables as Leopold Stokowaki, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Harry S Truman and Pierre Van Paassen Dr and Mrs Alfred Gcronemus, of 1010 Polk Street. Hollywood, held Open House on Sunday in honor of their newborn son. Roy. He joins his sister. Lynn Fern. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Geronemus, of Dania. and Dr. and Mrs Jacob Rosenbluth, New York City. ir Mr and Mrs Ben Boskin, of 4399 SW Sod Street, are entertain ing Mr. Boskin's brother and sister in-law. AI and Diana Boskin. of Brooklyn, New York. 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[y, MARCH 20. 1953 "Jewish fkyrklton Stoffs Feted On Anniversary, [l,lc Birthday l M d Mrs. Benjamin PuchLre honored on Thursday, j 12th. with a joint anniverL„d birthday dinner party L tnc Sea Isle Hotel on the bn of their 46th wedding antry and 80th and 70th birthRespectively. fand Mrs Morry Morris, son kughterin-law, Mr. and Mrs. w. Feldman, daughter Chin-law, and Miss Esther daughter, acted as hosts Ltesses for the evening's parL es were extended by Morsel. Joseph Topper and Mrs. i Seenuin. friends of the honouple. Cantor Berele Keleftecompanied by Hy Fried, (d traditional anniversary Mrs. Bernard Lash, cousin, kngbns; guests present were Mrs. Jl'urhkoff. Mr. and Mrs. Mil|ub!in. Mr and Mrs. Lewis I.Mrs Anna Warner, Mr. and on Newman, Mr. and Mrs. Feitzman. Mr. and Mrs. I. nd MrJimmy Stearn, Mr. k J. Zivien. Mr. and Mrs. fcn. Mr and Mrs. Jack Olf, Mr and Mrs. I. Sitkoff, Mrs M Schwartz, Mr. and I Shar.iff. Mrs. O. A. Axellbv Feldman, Mr. and Hy Konmroff and Mr. and Tolmach. brd Sternlieb To fin* Mitzvah lard Sternlieb, son of Mr. and Sternlieb. 133 NW 43rd will become Bar Mitzvah on morning. March 20th, at kgler-Gninada Jewish Com' Center. krd has attended Hebrew Iat the (enter for the past pears and is being tutored tph Hurwitz. i a student at Kinloch Park High School, where he is Ith grade He is also a mem|the Flagler Granada Junior nen's Group. PAGE 7 A Miller, Abbot Wed Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Ella Miller and Harold Abbott, Miami Beach. The ceremony took place at Temple Beth Sholom on March 7th, with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating. A reception followed at the Cadillac Hotel. Carl Abbott served as best man for his brother. — Ardmore Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hitter Miami Beach Leaders Attend Dedication Of Torah; Samuel Bitters To Be Honored Culture Society jrend Joseph Barth, MinisIthe First Unitarian Church |ill be guest speaker before ni Society for Ethical CulSunday. March 22nd, 11 ^ the I.indsey Hopkins His topic will be: The I Being. Spiritual leaders, prominent dignitaries and heads of many Miami Beach civic organizations will attend the dedication of a new Sefer Torah to be presented by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ritter on Sunday evening, 8 p.m., at the Hebrew Academy. The presentation will take place in the Academy Auditorium. Cantors of the community and Academy pupils will participate. Toastmaster for the evening will be Dr. David S. Andron, president of the Hebrew Academy. The dedication address will be delivered by Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Messages of congratulations will be delivered by Rabbi Moses Meschcloff, of Beth Jacob Congregation, and Rabbi Leon Kronish, of Temple Beth Sholom. Greetings on behalf of the Academy Board of Directors will be presented by Isidore Goldberg, vice president. A tribute to Mr. and Mrs. Ritter, founders of the Academy and currently its vice presidents both in the men's and women's organizations, will be delivered by Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal. In addition to their service to the Hebrew Academy, Mr. and Mrs. Sfiztt&wwJSi KOSHER FOR PASSOVER pdS^3ik^^^rMim • CREAM CHIESI • COTTAGE CHEESE • FARMER CHEESE • SOUR CREAM • ROT CHEESI • BUTTER WHIRRED OR IN PRINTS Miami Office 153 N.K. 2tii su %  S^JUJU ^^vw the home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS Ritter were among the early founders of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, are members of the Board of Directors of Beth Jacob Congregation and active workers in the Jewish Home for the Aged. American Jewish Congress, Temple Beth Sholom and Hadassah. Dr. Andro^,said this week that the presentation of the Torah will mark the sixth anniversary of the the Hebrew Academy. City Councilmen who will take part in the ceremonies honoring the Ritters will be Burnett Roth, Melvin Richards, Bernard Frank, Marcie Lieberman and Harold Turk. Artists appearing on the program will include Cantor Samuel Kelemer, Cantor Jacob Tambor, Miss Ruth Brotman and Joseph Schriebman. Garden Party For Thomas Kleiman Bar Mitzvah Thomas Albert Kleiman, son of Dr. and Mrs. Morris A. Kleiman, 2368 SW 18th Street. Miami, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, March 21st, 9 a.m., at Beth David Congregation. The Bar Mitzvah is a 7th grade student at Shenandoah Junior High School. He is an active Boy Scout in Troop 89. Out-of-town guests here for the occasion are his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Rebecca Kleiman, Mrs. A. VVeisenberg, Mr. and Mrs. E. Smith, Mrs. Rose Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Spiegel, all of New York City. A garden reception will be held in the evening at the Bar Mitzvah's home. — Ardmore David Lee Goldin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris J. 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PAGE 8 A ,i ,, iii -Jmistncr***" lrtr*—4* T> ,1 Off The Record MORALS AND LAWS By NATHAN ZII'HIN French justice moved quickly, i The scandal about the .wo J.w-jbu U seems to have been impeded have '^"^^Z ish children who were kidnapped j by forces stronger than the Ian The who j e a ff a ir is a maloi in France and carried off to Spain Arrests were made, hut the accus^ ^ ^ ^ M ( ri ih| ,„ ,wty of the two children certainly \i||||lin SpOaliN brm gs them within the purvey ol TiiVrf'tll | sr2ll l llu SiflnHion. The French court. -*I %  %  %  %  %  which exonerated the accused must SJf>rlMMMl >l'i'i have arrived at the conclusion |V(| Ai(Jman wi u ^ gues( hroug h circuitous logic whichimay ^ d (hp mon mcol ated trom sources otn I Dg of the Tifereth Israel North =J*!*y involved elclodoroui he ec after a court ordered them return-i ed were quickly released on the Jjjeriaatical elements II involved In ed to their legal guardian — an flimsy theory that those who aided [addition, the aunt residing in Israel — throws and abetted tin light again on the plight of Hitler-, children across an international orphaned Jewish children who fell, border were not "kidnappers" but under the protection of Christian Uv of ,,.„„,,, vto lated an side (enter Sisterhood on Monday. March 23rd. Subject of Aidman's talk U removal of the nients to whom conversion of Jews scheduled as: The Importance Of 'plyco'pathic Soil Acceptance In Physiological Temple Israel^ Temple Israel,,^ Passover Seder „ n Mond ^ March 30th, 630 Pit The ritual w Rabbi J P.m., a ''U! Wertheimer is n *l rangements. benefactors whose inhuman price for mercv has been conversion of order giving custody of thi cr.ilthe children. The story about the Iren to their legal guardian two Finely children who were Among the arrested was a ( -ternmore sources than from sublime or Adjustment. heavenly motives: The Order of the A report will be given by Mrs. Sisterol Mercy, Km of whose Silas Lakin. chairman of the Donounc were in oii the abduction, is or Dinner. Refreshments will be an organization consisting of Jewarranged by Mrs. David Collins. ish converts to Christianity whose true ChrisProgram chairman is Mrs. Hyman Katz. spirited awav with the connivance lie priest who subsequent to his 7va \ out/eals that of of clerical elements of the Catharrest gave a vivid description of tians. Olic nursing school at Grenoble has the abduction while making the' I, now appears that an arrange-, Emotional Problems Of made the news headlines only beself serving statement that "it men." has been made uni er wn.cn Q^JJ A DisCUSSed cause it was sensational and incould not be called kidnapping ,he children are to be returned but ^nuuMi rare ava^uawu volved a series of actions trans The priest described the journey In „ n condition that they be held in j The Beth El Hebrew Academy cending Frances border. But in es glowing terms and said, ol curse, custody until the higher courts of will present Dr. Charles Rosen sence it revealed a pattern to that the children were very happy F ran ce rule on the question of feld. pediatrician, on Thursday. which Jewish organizations have and more than willing partners to th eir custody This legal move March 26th. 8:15 p.m., in the Dora unfortunately not been paying merthe abduction. If there is an> sense strikes us as ill becoming from August Memorial Hall ited attention. to semantics, the priests statement sources who are defenders of the Dr. Rosenfeld will hold an mWhen the court ruled that the is more than an admission of disfaith. Since when do men of Cod formal discussion on: Emotional children must be turned over to obedience to a court order It is place legality above morality? The Problems Of Infants And Chiltheir aunt, the soul-snatchers deadmission of active participation in children were born Jews Through dren. A movie will be shown. fied organized authority by smug the physical removal of the chil a tragic misfortune their parents ^^ glint the youngsters over to Spain dren to Spain. were killed by 8 murderer whose where. ironically. fellow soul\ If kidnapping can be defined as .objective it was to obliterate all snatchers waited impatiently to the unlawful carrying awaj ol I Jews The) were saved from that shelter them under a sky still person by force or fraud or seizing f a t,. when they were placed for tainted with the blood of the vieand detaining him for the purpose shelter at Grenoble, tims of the Spanish Inquisition i of carrying him away, the spiriting \ specious process of reasoning which may perhaps stand up before a court of law but not before the court of heaven It is an absur ditj to claim that the children He sire to remain in their new faith UPT01 DELICATESSEN 1 DEUCACTI • Unexcelled hw* j^^ • M Sood -•„„,,, Mode on f reaiiei • Delicatessen I. | akt ^ I • Northern Smoked fill, • Baler, Dairy Pre,*, 7438 COUINS AVB* MIAMI BUCK Phtn* 147077 Heart 7:30 u..I M mi ofuvur AIR-CONDITIONED TR0CADER0 KOSHER RESTAURANT 23rd Street — 1 block west Roney Plaza WE ARE NOW ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS FOR PASSOVER SEDERS TWO SEDERS EACH NIGHT 5 30 to 8 o.m. I 8-30 -vm. Wine Charases Bitter Herbs Etc. RESERVATIONS E0UIRED CANTOR Ell SAMUELS Assisted by Symphonic Choir Supervision Rabbi Moses Mescheloff Mashqioch on Premises FOR RESERVATIONS CALL 5-0551 I Passover Greetings to Our friends and Customers Hebrew National Restaurant and Delicatessen 1437 WASHINGTON AVENUE PR! Have they been counselled and advised about their old faith'.' Were the) ever told the Horror story of %  their parents and of their sanctified deaths at the hands of Hitler? Have they ever been told what happened to their parents'' Have i they ever been counselled .that I there were living family hands ready to tender them and bring them solace and perhaps some joy in an atmosphere into which they had been born? It is with great reluctance that I touch upon this subject. It is a painful one. 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MARCH 20. 1953_ -Jetrtstifkr/dtor fti-Zionists In State Department ik Out Openly; Carry Arab Banner PAGE 9 A Lud from P9 1 A [••it has long been a primLm of mine that there t a strong Israel which can faven to the countless perfjews of the world." He d that HELP was comprisgarge part of persons who tbliciy taken a position Ihc creation of an indepenL e l." Dulles is the brother Jtary of State John Foster lackson. publisher of Forjazinc, a part of the Luce interests. The Luce h which include Time and tve indicated anti-Israel Jackson has been named %  dent Kiscnhower as State lent representative on the |t's Committee on Internaiformation Activities. lessman Frances P. Bolton, nublican. who is chairman of the Near Eastern Subcommittee of the House Foreign Affairs Com mittee; Paul H. Nitze, director of the Policy Planning Staff, Department, of State; Harry D. Collier, director of the Standard Oil Company of California; Dr. Philip w. Thayer, dean of the School of Advanced International Studies and a trustee of the Foreign Service Education Foundation. He was asked by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency if it is the policy of his organization to permit religious hatred like that exhibited in the Iraqui speech read by Wright. Speaking for the interests he represents, Thayer said that what he regretted was that "the news leaked out." The source of the leak, he thought, was "one or two Jewish individuals" who were not present at previous conferences. This particular conference covered the subject of "developments in the Middle MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW FOR THE FIRST SEDER MONDAY. MARCH 30th II, Hlonfe Vcmjo ON THE OCEAN AT 65th Phone 86-8721 LU ^A*^A^^\** rf \*^A-^A^^*^VN^^/ ^>^ ^*r'V*r^^A*i^A^^\-^^. ASTOR HOTEL WASHINGTON AVE. & 10th ST.. 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He defended Wright for reading the speech, saying that Wright was not only chairman of the meeting but a member of the faculty of the Foundation After siding with Wright, he expressed bitterness against the "individuals" who revealed the facts of the anti-Jewish speech. Asked if it were not natural that decent-minded people should re sent the injection of religious bias into an "objective" search for international truth, Thayer's reply was that there were Jewish business executives at the conference who were pleased by the proceedings. He said, "it all depends on the type of Jew." He indicated that followers of Lessing Rosenwald's anti-Zionist group were reasonable but that "the others" were beneath comment. In this latter category, presumably, are those who fight anti-Semitism even when it is disguised as anti-Zionism— whether in the Soviet Union or the United States. Wright read the Iraqui speech because the Iraqui Minister was away that day at the United Nations. However, the Iraqui press attache. Madam Bedi Afnam, was present and Wright decided to assist her in presenting the Arab propaganda. The conference was attended by government officials and executives of such vital firms as the Chase National Bank and ArabianAmerican Oil Company. Denying that the conference was pro-Arab. Thayer explained that the speeches represented "certain important points of view" and that there just wasn't room on the program for the Israel or Zionist viewpoint. Thayer said he knew what would happen to any protests Zionists might make at the State Department. He did not elaborate on this point. However, all inquiries at the State Department about the conference were referred to Thayer. Wright apparently went too far because Byroade felt that some explanation was necessary. However, Wright feels confident because of support from elements higher up in the Department. Byroade is a Truman-appointee. The previous position held by Wright was that of Intelligence Adviser of the Near Eastern Division of the Department, a position presumably demanding objectivity. However, his theme at that time was Israel was to blame for the absence of peace in the Near East. Many letters of protest were received by the Department when the pressreported anti-Israel remarks by Wright from various parts of the country. The Department said he was "not speaking offically." Wright said he was misquoted. In November. 1950, Wright told an audience at the US Naval Academy at Annapolis that Israelis murdered Arabs. He made similar remarks before the Army War College in Washington in 1951. A gifted speaker, he was invited to the University of Indiana, the University of Maryland and other MMOTWMMM c iaiialllMHIMI1 1 RESERVATIONS NOW For Traditional Passover Seders Conducted By CANTOR JACOBSON And Traditional Meals During The Holiday Week PHONE MR. ARROW 5-7381 THE Royal Palm HOTEL DIM CW ON THt OCIM Cellini Avt. off Lincoln M. Miami leach places where thousands got the "unofficial" facts on Israel. Finally, on February 28, 1952, Wright stood on the platform of the auditorium of the State Department in Washington. This time he had the official assignment of the Department to brief a group of American editors who were preparing to leave for a visit to Israel and elsewhere. According to the United Press dispatch of that date, "he and the US had to give financial aid to Israel when the United Jewish Appeal fell short in its quest for funds but, he contended, as long as American aid is forthcoming, Israel does not feel the need to compromise with its Arab neighbors." The question of American policy in the Near East may be answered when the attitude of the Administration toward Wright and his high-level fellow travellers becomes known. 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JSSRC HJ 20. 1M53 *JeUtrUrirU->„ PAGE 11 A Gxibles Rummage Sale t^ Sisterhood of the Coral Gables Jewish Center will hold a rummage sale Monday on March 23rd, at 3616 Grand Avenue, Coconut Grove. Clothing and household articles are needed. Mrs. S. Barish is in charge of arrangements. e Beth Sholom Religious School student representatives ask Rabbi Leon Kronish to ac leir services in the Temple s $500,000 Building Fund Campaign. Standing (left to riant) [rr y Greenberg, Janet Bernstein Ronnie Fenias, Jan Copland, Stephen Kogan Mamie I and Beth Kaplan. Seated are Sidney J. Greenberg, Religious School director and Rabbnish. Sholom ic.'ii ion Set [Sunday %  dedication ceremony and kg of the ground on which j Temple Beth Sholom will led will take place on SunLrch 22nd. 11:30 a.m., on Ui lawn adjacent to the preshple at 4144 Chase Avenue. bits of the Religious School, Lling in the $500,000 Beth [Building Fund Campaign, It the main part in the cerefacconlinu to Sidney J. Irs. Religious School direcght of the program will given by students of the [High School Department, gram will also include presof colors by the Temple's kit Troop No, 45. selections Nautilus Junior High School prected by Pierre F. Little. lighting of the torch of student speakers. Leon Kronish will give (diction. Rabbi Lehrman Speaks To United Synagogue Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, will be principal speaker at a banquet marking the 40th anniversary of the United Synagogue of America scheduled for March 24th, in Temple Israel, Daytona. The United Synagogue of America is the organization which unites all Conservative congregations in America. Rabbi Lehrman is a member of the Rabbinic Cabinet of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America and of the Rabbinical Assembly of America. •mi Plant* ifif Dinner [regular meeting of the If Directors of the Bureau Ish Education will be held day. March 23rd, at 8:15 Ration of officers for the i beginning May. 1953, will ented by Rabbi Max Shalirman of the Bureau NornCommittee. Plans for the %  Jewish Kducation Dinner Bureau will be formulated. ^ner is scheduled for Sunnl 2fith. at 6:30 p.m. %  Matilda Ratner. vice presi[ill preside in the absence >min Meyers, president. Synagog Program S. M. Machtei's sermon [on the Radio Synagog at punchy over station WQAM [Other Gods. The liturgical 601 Miami. Florida Wise Study Group A Study Group of the Stephen S. Wise Group of Hadassah will be held at the home of Mrs. Samuel Sklar, 1300 South Biscayne Point Road on March 23rd, 12:30 p.m. The topic will be the works of Chaim Nachman Bialik. A film will also be shown based on Brotherhood and featuring Bob Hope and Bing Crosby. Mrs. Sam Fuchs is chairman. Lear School Competes With Palm Beach Visitors from the Palm Beach School competed in swimming and diving contests with The Lear School last Friday. Contestants from the Lear School were Larry Lieberman. Alan Zeilinger. Ronnie Zivitz. Alan Slatkin. Sanford Borjnsky. Barbara Galcwitz. Valerie Solomon, Debbie Les lie, Jan Melniker and Adrienne Green. Views Anti-Semitism At the weekly luncheon meeting of Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai Brith, scheduled for Tuesday, March 24th, 12:15 p.m., in the Na tional Hotel, Harold Shapiro, local j attorney, will talk on: The Rise Of Anti-Semitism In Communist Countries. Luncheon chairman is Gershon S. Miller. fioopon 11 o ii or ed By Pythian* Former Mayor Louis V. Cooper, of Nyak, New York, and Supreme Representative of the New York District of the Knights of Pythias, was honored by Roosevelt Lodge No. 177, on Monday evening at Congregation Beth El. The special award ceremony consisting of gifts and honorary life memberships was conducted by Grand Deputy Nat Miller and P. M. Adolph Rachline. According to Chancellor Commander Murray Friedberg, "this special Louis V. Cooper Night was a spontaneous expression by all Pythians in recognition of his 51 years as a member in our Order". I YOUR 5^^' PASSOVER FOOD WITH YOUR FRIENDS AND RELATIVES IN ISRAEL THROUGH SCRIP* 15ES.EL THE SOUP WAY It SO EASY I ... All you hint le do it und the Wojld Foiwm Scrip HlMnHl in donomkotlont of $10. ma up IHEY EXCHANGE THEM IMMEDIATELY IN ANY OF SCIIP S TEN CONVENIENTLY LOCATED ISRAEL STORES lot onjlhing thty won! Ml ol ovu 100 dinVin! kindl 0* ebsoiuiely KOSHER F0I PASSOVER lrnh Ironn end conoid loodi. SCIIP ALSO OFFERS A VARIETY OF SPECIAL PASSOVER PACKAGES. \ VoKt "Delay. .. ScKd76e>H Sctifi TUwf' SCRIP TO ISRAEL, INC., 250 W. 57th St., N. Y. .9, N. Y. • Columbus 5-3800 Local Agents: MIAMI BEACH-ISRAEL ZIONIST DISTRICT 420 Lincoln Road — Telephone 5-0346 HARRY J. SONZ 1595 Washington Avenue NOW YOU CAN GET THAT WORLD FAMOUS SALAMI At FOOD FAIR STORES



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lli^vii^tUEIloiciidliiaun LORIDA FRIDAY. MARCH 20, 1953 j Shapiro Is Named Chairman Of Beach Metropolitan Campaign in Israel and in countries behind the Iron Curtain depend on our generosity in Miami Beach," ShaV*PI1 oj/f*""***""" — chairman in the Compiro stated, accepting his appoint. A poal Metropolitan ment. "More than two and one has been announced half million Jews in Iron Curtain countries are now threatened by Soviet tyranny and, once again, our effort must be geared to save lives through th.e agencies supported by our Combined Jewish Appeal." Shapiro urged every resident of Miami Beach, and everyone in Dade County, "to give more in 1953 because lives in Israel depend upon us." bhapiro. Miami Beach [d community welfare been appointed Miami Lkernick. overall Metijairman. Lch volunteer workers [jcernick and Shapiro at I Jewish Appeal lunchMonday in the offices Lf Miami .Jewish Federorganized plans for a kfast t" be held at a hotel in mid-April to (Metropolitan campaign HI Beach area. majors to direct the Effort were Miss Clara I Mrs. Anna Strauss. A. er. Murray Friedberg, Glasser. and Henry I has served for many Ichief speaker for the Jewish Appeal local [Bureau and addressed organizations in the aign. He is a member ird of Directors of the for the Aged, the liami Jewish Federate Bureau of Jewish Edcommentator in the nday radio program. Neighbor. A Zionist years he served with Beach Zionist District %  Directors and as chair1 Luncheon Club for four | is a past president of District and a past krman of the Jewish NaI Council. J has also worked in bc|he Miami Beach Civic he American Legion, |th and the Jewish War j ; He has been a partici-1 I Florida Chapter of the Conference of Christians [and hai served with the Red Cross and Combest in positions of leadilso a member of the unty and Miami Beach ciation Speakers' Com_ Shapiro came to Miami ] Pwaukee. Wisconsin, in j received the LLB and' es from Marquette Unipere. honored to accept this responsibility in the nbined Jewish Appeal, %  many thousands of lives Harold Shapiro / O \ PIAis Intensive Bond Kales Campaign NEW YORK—Every member of the Zionist Organization of America is expected to be, and must become, a purchaser of State of Israel Bonds. That is the heart of the program which has just been announced by Dr. Irving Miller, president of the ZOA, and Abraham Goodman, chairman of the Inner Committee, following a decision taken by the Inner Committee of the organization. The period from March 1st to August 31st, has been set aside for the most intensive activity thus far engaged in by the ZOA on behalf of State of Israel Bonds. There will be two phases of the program, according to current plans. One is to enroll local Zionist leadership and i manpower in the conversion of all 1 outstanding Bond c o mmitments %  into cash. The other is to see to it ; that every member of the ZOA bt I comes a purchaser of State of Israel Bonds. Award Board Names of the Board of Judges who will consider selections tor the Outstanding Man and Woman of 1952 have been announced by Colonel Michael M. Isenberg, chairman oi the committee. They an judge George £. Holt. Senior Circuit Judge of Dade County: Ralph Renick, news editor, WTVJ; Jack Bell, columnist, Miami Heraldr Betty Ward, youth editor, Miami Daily News. Walter B. Humkey, president, Dade County Bar Association; Mrs. Elizabeth Virrick, prominent club woman and civic worker; Mrs. Madelon Ravlin, and Mrs. iRegina McLinden, of the Miami {Chamber of Commerce. The committee also announced that Joseph H. Lipton. president of the Dade Federal Savings and I Loan Association, will again donate the award to the man and woman selected as the outstanding citizen of 1952. Lipton urged every citizen and group to participate in the event. The award will be given in Bayfront Park on April 8th. rimer May To ik At ZOA . Rye Tupler and Mrs. I And Arts League I Beach Music and Arts |*ni meet tonight, 8 p.m.. 1 2 at 240 Lincoln Road. Kosher All Year and for PASSOVER too **s63r BEEF, all BEEF, choice BEEF. 1 You just don't know how good a frankfurter can be until you taste these plump and juicy tSMtt %  "•" %  W* the matchless flavor of western corn-fed beef superbly blended with subde seasonings. Demand Israel Hosfter and jet what you demand I ^ FRANKFURTERS • CORNED BEEF SALAMI • BOLOGNA • PASTRAMA Under the supervision of Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky and the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth ISRJftL NATIONAL KOSHER SAUSAGE CO., INC. 230 N.W. 5th Street. Miami. Florida Phones 3-0721-2 — 3-4225



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:ms^M^jg£Msif!&^M PAGE 2 B jyb$£>0& CJA Units Report Active Campaigning; Soviet Threat Spurs Giving In Miami Nearly 500 members of Work bined Jewish Appeal in (ireater men's Circle branches in this area j Miami is Sl.398.000. have received a message from | Representatives of more than „ ... ,. i40 industries, trades and profesDavid Ben-Gunon. saluting the K ^ MpreMnted „ ,„,. tM splendid services performed in Isd j,j ona i dinner affair which cli rael through the Combined Jew, maxed the intensive campaign ish Appeal conducted by business men in Announcement was made by '. *•* County for the past eight WOPKS Joseph Duntov of the communi-. ... .n in the form Principal speaker* at the m picture bookaffair uhl„f.,„ • •*>' Magid, Jerry Schwartz and Joe new wave Of refugees escaping j, (i Iron Curtain tyranny and that Other units reportins more your community campaign is (h;in tme h jU ol th| pWdge ((| your greatest instrumentality for lected include Liquor Unit. Proves and building Israel." duce Unit. Building Trades. Feed Division, Drugs and Sundries. Restaurant SHrlne South Beach Men's Club receives its charter of incorporation bora Crawford (seated). Looking on are Qeft to right) Harry Perkel, Dave Topp Nom Al Hellman. Saul Friedman and Jack lynn. The organization has been meetinq, the past few years, fostering good vrtill among residerits and businessmen oi the' area. (arsinoft lt'|irls On L.iml In Hands Of .l.\F irred forward by the remark'. ol Ral bi Joseph Narot. the Food Amusemenl n ol the Combined Jewish I IU "> S Dr Alisa Bskol, noted lecturer and writer from Israel whose ap5sed its 1952 gifts 1 rcenl al an anlinni : 1 arlii r this week pcarances in the United States .... uuiiicj I.IHK'1 nils weeK %  ...>. .....n^ Announcement of the increased %  ""' Candada to tell her country's unit achievement was made b) %  Chairman Sam Heiman and Food Division chairman Leo Chaikin at the close ol a record NEW YORK Dr Abraham Granott, chairman of the Hoard of i>i and Atrectors ol the Jewish National Fund in Jerusalem, land purchasing and development arm of the World Zionist Movement and the siaie ol Israi!. revealed at the annual meeting oi the National Advisor] Hoard of the .INF held at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel last Friday that 80 percent of the total Jewish agricultural land in the •'•wish State is in the hands of the and that 1 visory Board, presided. Dr. Harris J. LeVine. president of the Jewish National Fund of America, greeted %  the guest from oven Fisher, executive dered a report. flOWTfl Drive safely today — save lives. storj have earned her the reputa tion oi being "Israel's most captivating good-will ambassador." u will speak at the Jewish Com breaking ^inevent attended by munity Center of Homestead on 50 top leaders in the food indus* ul >day. March 22. 8 p.m. try here. Announcement of Dr Eskol's -''wish National Eund The traditional annual affair appearance in Homestead was four-fifths of the total agricultural Was held in thPanorama Room nia(l( ,,v Herman Marks, president Production of Israel derives from of the Biscayne Terrace Hotel and ol ,ne Jew i s h Center. She will Jewish National Eund holdings. ..marked by substantial in s|H ak in "chalf of the Combined Congressman Emanucl Celler creases on the part of contribut Jewisn Appeal. Subject of Dr. Es chairman of the JNF National Adors kol's address will be: Israel In A Chairman of the event was HerDemocracy At The Crossroads. bert sher. assisted by co-chairmen Murraj Mattes, Murray Daum and Melvin Weinkle. Rabbi Narot. of Temple Israel and a former I'nited Jewish Appeal chairman in Atlantic City, pointed out that "we are witnesses to the new threat against world Jewrj and specifically the poten tial danger of the new Soviet threats to Jews in the iron Curtain countries He predicted the possible historic repetitions of new waves oi refugees streaming towards Israel and emphasized that Jews everywhere, and in (ireater Miami, controlled the fate and destinies, of these new comers Indicating the need for emerg ency funds—"gift dollar-, with no Strings attached'—needed to diminish the severe austerity program which prevails in Israel, he urged Miami Jewry to face the historic reality that Israel must be strengthened economically, u well as militarily. Members of the Dinner Arrangements Committee were Mitchell Adler. Nathan Alexander. Harry August, Sam Badanes. Robert Eelik. Joseph Garvett, Al Green. Max Handshu, Maurice H< Id. Leonard Jacobus. Harry Rap chuk. Irving Moss, Morty Neiman Aaron Neiss, Ed Kay. Marvin Ros enberg. Irving Rotfort, Ben Silver. Aaron Weinkle and Julian Weinkle. More than 65 percent of the Combined Jewish Appeal's Trades Division quota has been reached, it was reported at a trades dinner rally at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel late last week. This places the Trades Division well out in front of the amount collected in the campaign at the same time last year. The Trades Division quota is $700,000. General campaign goal for the Com_'*"• •"•" ""••' sara.^ Our own' famous! eggmatzofi... with rich chocolate coating! 1 nee? utrz 'A 1GG m pfr notf? -Nja m Tc*o o** .-c-m** |lM *-'


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UL IGIOUS DIRECTORY I L T H ISRAEL HEBREW K will hold Friday eveL C s at 6:30 p.m. Saturday services are at 9 a.m.. ,bbi Isaac Kverw.ll d.sering And Sacrifice. KidC he bv Mrs. 1.. Schenker. ", at 5:30 p.m.. followed by wdos and Maanv. Dally [are at 8:30 a.m., and at i L TH ISRAEL CONGREGAIn] hold Friday evening a t 5:45 p.m. Saturday services are at 8:30 a.m. [Abraham Seif will render kical port' 00 of the lltur 8ynioon Bible class is sched% 5 pm., with Rabbi Shimon iincha is at 5:45 p.m.. fol Shalos Seudos. Daily I are at 8 a.m., and at 5:45 G. Toloff. Norman Singer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Singer, will be Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services at 10:15 a.m. • • • FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Saturday morning services at 9 a.m. Howard Stcrnlieb, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Sternlfcb, and David Katz, son of Mrs. Louise Katz, will become Bar Mitzvah at that time. Joseph Hurwitz, of the Center Faculty, will officiate. Gre^er^crmi's Synagogue Directory PAGE 3 B Shabbat will be Mr. and Mrs. "Pa r %  t he services: Subjectuf a discourse ney Fisher. Saturday morning servto be delivered by Rabbi Shapiro {LITE CENTER will hold Evening services at 5:30 and n officiating will be Hy president, and Ben Katz, Guest speaker will be Lieu| Colonel Matthew M. Slebbject of his discourse is w as: My Experience In |Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Cohen (hosts at the Oneg Shabbat. ly morning services are at Junior services are sched9. Rabbi Abraham Sachs cuss the Weekly Portion. • • • PLE ISRAEL of Miami will riday evening services at n., with Dr. Joseph Narot jg. Cantor Jacob Bornstein ader the musical portion of r. A Reporter In Search | a current book by Howard will be the subject of ot's sermon. • • HG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE kid Friday evening services |p.m. Saturday morning servl at 8:30 a.m. Mincha will be p.m., followed by Shalos under the sponsorship of ISaof, Baltimore, Maryland. • • • M. GABLES JEWISH CENirill hold Friday evening at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Morris (will officiate, assisted by Irving Robinson and the Choir under the direction i Schiff Subject of the Rabliseourse is scheduled as: (About Tho Next Chapter Of iggadah In Russia And Israel. prs of the Coral Gables Zlonktrict will be hosts at the [Shabbat following. Blessing pbbath candles will be* the nes Morris Simon, Abe Golenry Barancik and Lucille MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:15 p.m. Saturday morning scrvicaa are at 8:30 a.m., with Rabbi Simon April officiating and discussing: The Mediator Who Failed. Cantor Berele Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. A class in Customs and Laws is scheduled for 5 p.m., followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos. \ • • • MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN TER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will preach on the topic: Is God In Our Midst. Saturday morning services are at 8 a.m., with the Rabbi scheduled to discuss the Weekly Portion. A Bible class will be at 4:15 p.m., followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos. Cantor David Silverman will render the Agudath Israel—Kafolii Inane Ever Orthodox. :,2.-, 78th St.. Miami H.'... h Beth David — Habbl Max Shapiro, Conservative, 22j 8\V 3rd An., Miami. Beth El—Dr. Shmaryahu Swirsky, Orthodox. .',00 HW nth An., Miami Beth Jacob— Kabbl Moses Mem-heloff. Orthodox, 301-SI 1 Wash. Ave., M II Beth Sholom—Itabbi Leon Kronlxh, Liberal, i: 11 chaae Ave., M.B. Beth TfHah—Rabbi Joseph Kaikovsky, Orthodox, 935 Euclid Ace., Miami Beach. Coral Cablet— Rabbi Morris Skop, Liberal, 320 Palermo Ave., C. Gables. Downtown Synagogue—Orthodox, U5 NW 3rd Ave., Miami. Flagler.Granada—50 NW 51st T'.ace, Miami. Hebrew Academy — Rabbi Alexander Gross, Orthodox. 918 8th .St.. M.B. Hialeah-Miami Springs — Reverend Leo Helm. Conservative. 951 E. 4th Ave.. Hlaleah. Hollywood — Conservative. 2030 Polk St.. Hollywood. Israelite Center — Rabbi Abraham Sachs, Conservative, 3198 SW 24th Ter., Miami. Kneseth Israel—Rabbi Abraham Caasel, Orthodox, 1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Ileach. Miami Beach—Rabbi Irving I


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Judge Raymond Speaks Newly appointed Judge Raymond G. flfbthan, of the Small Claims Court, was guest speaker at the Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith To Honor Bernard Sterling Beth David Congregation will ai me anoiem Lodge B nai B nth | *"**" %  *" •—-luncheon meeting on Thursday at honor Bernard A. Sterling, who the Variety Club of the Security [ served as its president for three Building. Subject of his speech consecutive vears, 1950 through pas: T he Setup Of The New Court.1 1 592 dllrin Fri(lav ,,,„„„ vrv i ices tonight it 8:15 p.m. It was ouring Sterling's term of | office that the building program for the new Beth David Sym gogue and Religious School WU carried through on Coral Way and 26th Road Sterling has been a resident of the community for over 30 years and resides here with his wife. Libby; two sons. Stanley and RobLocal Women Attend Council's Triennial Confab Four local women are representing the Greater Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women at the 20th Triennial Con vention of the national organiza-1 1 tion in Cleveland. The convention |ertTand a daughter Judv. 11,' is opened last Monday and will conowncr of sterlings Department elude today. The Miami delegates are the Mesdames Aaron Farr. who has reStore. 5717 SW 8th Street. Miami A reception will follow the services during which Louil HeiKl I lit.' Udl III.. nilllll I .'(*|Ill 1 cently been nominated to the Na-; man chairman of the Committee, tional Board; Theodore Pritikin i wj || p rpsu | P president of the Miami Section. I and Ben Rich. Mrs. Stanley Myers.) National Board member from Mi Academy Mothers ami. is also attending the conven ^i tion Passover Program Highlights of the convention creating A Passover Spirit In which is being attended bv dele_. ,, ... ..... gates from 245 local Council Sec i Thc H me U 1 bc ,hc ,hemc of a tions will be addresses by Mrs. |gu.|special Passover program arranged licent C. Mclntosh, president of by the Hebrew Academy Room Barnard College; Mrs. Edward W. Mothers at the home of Mrs AlexiSiK J'r", 1 "" 1 i* ,hcl ^derKogan. 3722 Royal Palm Av>oung Women a Christian Associa-; tion: Thurman Arnold, former associate justice of the IS Court of Dr. MlrhHson At Dr. Donald Michelson, Hillel director at the University of Miami, will speak at a Tropical Lodge B'nai B'rith Hillel Program on Tuesday. March 24th. 8:30 p.m., at the Creater Miami Jewish Community Cemer. Morton Gilman, program chair man and campus representative, has announced that there will be a discussion on the topic: Passover Throughout The? M?cnaJ Spec' Con rT c "'" %  la c ^* LEO *LLE N -.w^N p honti a. ^'"•II 4kt —.. MANISCHEWin Bernard Starling morning. Appeals; and Mrs. Irving M Bngel, national president of Council. On the local scene. Council's most recent project is the preparation for setting up of a class for JjJ !" pre-school-age blind children in! the Miami area it is expected that the Dade County Public School System will incorporate such da ses into its regular curriculum. enue. on Wednesday March 25th. at 10 a.m. The meeting will be designed to acquaint the parents with the cere monials. significance, laws and customs relating to the Passover noliHadassah Book Review The Big Change, by Frederick Lewis Allen, will be the subject of a book review by Mrs. 1. M. Weinstein on Tuesday. March 24th. 1:30 p.m., at Temple Beth Sholom. The affair is a function of the Tuesdav Review sponsored by the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah. RELIEVES PAIN OF HEADACHE NEURALGIA NEURITIS Thii if whal /•'• /


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RCH2019531/ %  l ill •1*1 lads Iff fa +Jewk *ionoH c 9 ->i w •PAGE 5B hyaAvodah Plans Convention r Rabbi Siegel Is Speaker Li S. Siegel, of he TJgiou. Ubor in the land dose assoc ate of lister of Reli'ons in I will ho the guest frorah VaAvodah 80*Inod for the Greater ,hc near future. ivodah Is 'he FederJuovement of religious |d workers in Israel Led with the World boss and the Jewish to his appearance eaker. Babbi Siegel i e prineipal addresses Lber <>f M^mi connd the Greater Miami Association. E cl was national cxJctor of the Hebrew College of Chicago I n c js former execuesident of the Rescue Station Fund <>f Amerof the ltelicious DiIthe Chicago United Ml. chairman of the %  Dzrachi Organisation member of the naHap'X 1 HamizraeW. iel is also a member finical Council of ChiI author of a book in lUlurgical music. Mevo Hazimrah. He was Iructur in Traditional IMusic for over two the Theological Colling the lorthcoming lodh convention here, said that the organ*ntly concluded its ttional meeting in Isgigniiicent factions oved to be a deterrent wi re abolished.' 1 He kted that efforts are Rabbi Samuel Siegel currently being joined to reestablish the Sanhedrin. lers of Immortal torials for the Drt $ ms*B ewish Trade is> II it, W. h Mr**, ft the 2-Story White ~iuildmg W Monument Co. CERS $40.00 PLUS ETERY CHARGES Indays Phone 4-3249 Israeli Youth Official Will Visit Miami The Assistant Director of the Youth Department of the Jewish Agency for Palestine. Zvi Caspi, of New York City and Israel, will visit Miami and Miami Beach on March 23rd through 25th, as part of a two-week Southern tour. Announcement of Caspi's visit was made by Harry J. Sonz, chairman of the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission. Purpose of the Israeli's visit is to meet with educators and students here who are interested in working and travelling in Israel during the summer months. On Tuesday, March 24th, an open meeting is being planned for members of all Young Adult groups in the area to hear Caspi. The meeting will be held at the Bureau of Jewish Education Building. Psychology And Religion Viewed At Beth Sholom Psychology And Religion was the theme of the program of the open meeting of the Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood on Wednesday, according to Mrs. Aaron Farr, Sis! terhood president. Dr. Florence Orin Wechsberg, of the University of Miami and a clinical psychologist, discussed: What Religion Means To Me, Dr. Joseph Narot, Rabbi of Temple Israel, spoke on: What Psychology Means To Me. Mrs. Leon Kronish is chairman of the Sisterhood programs. Miss America Prelims On Miami Beach The Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring the 1953 Miss America official preliminary pageant on Sunday evening. March 29th, at the Roney Plaza patio gardens. The pageant is the only Greater Miami area competition which will vanguard the Florida State and finally the Miss America finals in Atlantic City. New Jersey. Seventeen scholarship awards totaling $26,000 will be awarded finalists in the nationals, and Miami Beach entrants will be eligible to receive valuable prizes of clothing, lingerie, beachwear, flowers. vacation trips to Nassau or Cuba, exclusive gowns, a weekend at the Roney Plaza Hotel and oil paintings. The queen chosen at the Roney Plaza will compete in the state finals She will represent Florida at Atlantic City. Local judges for the Miami Beach Pageant will be announced soon by the Judging Com-' mittee headed by Max B. Kogcn and George J. Albaum. members of the Junior Chamber of Commerce. PASSOVER give your family and fries* food-short Israel th gift that really counts...our governmeetapproved, ration-fret Safe Certificates, $10, SIS end $25. lor their choice of Kosher Passover foods in our Israel gift shoes... or a certificate for your choice of five special paresis, SI 1.50 to $25.50. i*Bl • w in SOD** pnt> pmaR r,n nrurro PSeVrn pi! WD 'MR r.M3f1 TV33 3*1 D**3"in w5i ,D'J3in rrruetf *ian 45 MONTGOMERY STREET, N. Y. C. WHOLESALERS HENRY E. MANGELS CO. 122 N." ^Street. Miami Telephone 3-8311



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PAGE 6 B L^mncrKHw. Heth Dai id Musical is Miami §fttfre|[gfj Will ASSISt Id AJCommittee Drive STARS IN YOUR EYES, a satirical revue, will be presented under the sponsorship of the Beth David Sisterhood at the Miami High School Auditorium on Sunday evening. March 22nd, p.m. The show is an onninal production written and cted by Trixie Levin and is under the chairmanship of Mrs. Beit Slier and Mrs. IsiJor Eckst. Above is a dance ice winch f3ctures bottom row, left to right) Gilda ShavZ^lda Jccobson. In the rear left to rightare Judy Zip3nd Nathalie Eqert. Photographed below is a scene entitled. Motherhood. Participatina aie (left to right] the Mes. dcrr.es Donald Hack, Samuel Shavin and Harold Drucker. Frank l-efi. national member ship director of the American Jewish Committee, has been invited t<> a.-.-ist in a membership drive by the Greater Miami Chap ter. American Jewish Committee, it has been announced by Burton B Goldstein, chapter membership chairman, l,ii. who helped organize the chapter lasl year, will spend nfv-1 eral da>in Miami organizing the, current drive. Calling upon the Jewi-h com-i munit> t" support and join the) American Jewish Committee, Goldstein quoted a message from tar) of State John Foster Dull)>s sent to the recent annual meeting of the Committee. "Your efforts to put down racial and re1 ligious bigotry," Dulles wrote.; "serve the highest ideals of citizenship, .md you deserve the support and gratitude of all loyal Americans The American Jewish Committee i the oldest Jewish agency in the United States organized for the promotion of intcrgnnip understanding. Baron de Hirsch [ Meyer is chairman of the Greater j Miami Chapter, Seymour Samet ithe Southeast Area Director.; with offices at 213 NE 2nd Avenue YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DAD£ J\ ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TIUE^ 1 Thk haawMM p,ii titl K. City Tif|e Cap*.,, Swrplu, l „,„,, Exceed $3,000,000 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHom, Lm tlflnt*. HELLMAN. ~£SK FUNEtAl CHAPIU. let, 1743 BAYftOAD % NEAJt DAM BOULIVARD 580323 5-0664 24 HR. AMBULANCE SERVICI NIW YORK CITYi 15)2 GRAND CONCOURSf TRIMONT 2-4800 MM H.llm.. Bert*. Haffaeaa SWwkk H.ll.— |M. H.Die*. Urn loafer, 9.0. "Ce>rio Ft* TIMM Yea Cor. rW 3*N ASSOCIATES ;:.,. SAVINGS Accounts are INSURED up to $10 the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance l ^ a£ fc>'J*xle^ Sam %  *ss** %  • • 9 WS AND .CAN ASSOCIATION "I SAVINGS Accounts EARN liberal dividnds ttnj a year for yon at the current rate of 2VJ,O pnenaj nsss**^ i#9v^ ..^ ASSOCIATION HOME LOANS make home ownership easy. Your inquiries are invited. There's no obligate nnns*^ •• &f&f '^LDAN ASSOCIATION •: has THREE OFFICES to serve yon. All offices en i 9 A.M. to 3 P.M. Weekdays ... 12 Noon Sotsrden., our Branch offices are open each Friday Events, '111 •ssns*^ ww%W %* iso .:ts ASSOCIATION r^BSsfetTl^l Is the Otsr aim TAW I AMI MANCH MAIN OFFICE ALUMTUHI USt S.W. SHi St. 41 N.E. Iff A. UN %  .* %  All offices of Dad* Federal are ooen weekdiys fnnM to 3 PM. Saturdays until 12 Noon Timiwiij pattah Branches are open each Friday evening until II OUR RESOURCES EXCEED 45 MILLION -JMKWAY_ Retail KOSHER Wholesale 1255 S.W. 22nd St.. Ph. 9-0968 DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELF RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-1 EMPLOYMENT SER/ICE *7 N E. 5th Str. t p hone 9.^, AL MEIDENBERG, Owner 170 N. W. FIFTH STREET PHONE 2 9814 HAROLD PONT IO „ rKT IP-VIN GORDON The Finest Kosher Passover Wines Imported and Domestic Look For This 5* ontheBolttaC WHY TAKE LESS-WHEN PEPSI'S %  "]



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PAGE 8 B jjp4btJ&g£*L= %  ,<"' %  • < %  %  '.. FRlDAi Obituaries PHILIP SIMKOWITZ 1, „r 4SS3 Pine Tree Ur., Mtoml passed awi) auddeni) al n March loth. He was state operator. S. rvlcea took MI Klveraide Memoi Inl i Impel, ritermenl In Ml Nebo Cemeterj !.. .,ii Kronlsh ofl [led s. rvlvliiR are hiwife, Blna; a soil. %  B., and a daughter. Mra.Flor, ,..,„ an ol Miami Beach, and ther, Chlam, of Russia. CHARLES STILLMAN •:, i aased awaj Man h i Ith In Holly i„, Miami Beach Klveraide the remains to New iork roi .. Htlllman was a prominent to weal manufacture! aasoi with David frystal. Su %  re a wife, Ky, and three i h dn Robert and Mr* Susan u ..... i The Stlllmans are n ol Q ; Neck. N.V JOHN MILLER Ins Avi M I Ben It. PjssM n | 12th. A %  i„ ,.,,,,. here eight months ago fri 'hli igo %  irvl* ... Helm Hi bodj to t'hli ago I -• 41 lal. %  WILLIAM PASTERNACK worked o! Kra i sent the remains to hlcago %  HYMAN HOLTZMAN ST. ,,,,,.,,. Sen Miami %  MRS. JENNIE LEVINE Ml LESLIE SALL ADBOTT MR. ANN,, B. E OEL M iar ,1 March l Miami S. H i VI nnces Levlne: a H; I ,, Id a sis er. Mrs. Sarah WeinAhramsoi Mlai -• "Ml* SHI srot i llnltlver. % % %  .ior.ii!! fl ,:. I In S ';.,,' I.;i/..if At Wost Miami \ childrfflu Bazaar will be held on Sundaj afternoon at the Waal Miami le*isn Center x circus tide show. art and handicraft exhibit will be featured on the program. Children will be in chirge ol tne varioua bootni and %  ••HI offer for sale such fenu aa ,„,.:v ii toys ''id clothing. Eleanor Bolner and Shirley Ha are in chai t ol refftaoments Tifereth Iar atj features Merch Tifereth Israel er Will sponsor a to (enter tomorrow J5*\ 21M ; .nd all day S ^< Featured win be iblc items and -,M. —iu mertha Miss Charlotte Epstein. %  !" enU, games .. %  hi.1 \i ml MRS. FANN'E MILLER HERMAN MILLER MRS FANN't ni.l-l.Kn ,-, t n ... %  %  %  • M | y IVr. N ra.'ll Mi esste. falhi •hi .igo f"i %  nd '""" ttrui %  and f 1, and Nathan. 1 r .i it. %  -i it" r it • %  %  : %  MRS. LOIS VANGILDER del "I W MRS GERTRUDE E. METZ 7327 Hill ... i '• % % % %  ,. I, on MondiO %  %  < • %  I It II I'lmpcl. wil x %  • SELIG MILLER March 1411 here for t hi i threi • t i' %  !i N • •Hi : A %  %  ; %  • • n. Krai uchtei Ml Belt M wen "I %  ... Interment %  • oi Mounl %  I • ti. !.-! > nlghi \l in MRS NETTIE AVIDAN KANE x rvlvlna C.J two Using. S w • Alii t. N.J : I %  napel, Bui l Pur*. ISAAC KARP -, ,, Kihlld Avi M ami B. i h, %  .: ,,| rin la> ill as owner or %  Ing are hli A ., x ,wo sol two ilaugn.... nd burial wll •• B Ii h II nl • i %  .. i i Bonn STANLEY HOWARD GOLDMAN ,. \u ih St ifatallj InT II sda) Ighl when *" autoear his home < •' ,.., ,„r\ ked bj hli I irenta, Mi ind Mrs Isldi a brother, AI I, ., .-.:. i Man .ill ••' UlaPlI, .,ii.I. gi-andfnlhi Servl %  wer hel iVedm >d thi llordon FMnerml .,1 in Ml NI-IIM i •••...%  I.var Srhool Unit* ArtU-UivH The school presented a Spring Festival <>f song, dance and poetry last Friday. On March 6th the Senior Class nl ihe Lear School observed the traditional Senior Day. Guests Hi'li' Senior advisor, and Mrs. Ida R. | A complete „ ne Ix'ar. director and principal of Products will also be the Lear School. Halwortriy Hall's. The Valiant, was presented at the Lear School a> part of an assembly program. Philip Solomon took the lead of James Dyke. Larry Lieberman played the warden of the prison and Adrienne Green, the sister of the condemned. 'bj and i Se NAT GAN& 3-4111 flfl Melropolitin LttThSV "0' BI KJyn 1 W. 3-., Kom.r icr .<„.... FOR THf HH£ST IN PASSOVER fOODS | MAHISCHEW! AND BE £h/tf Such Rich, Winey |%AII*J Only (hoiu. | young gord M | could naki i 'oy bond*.. only MoniidaldJ "ioki ii Iw ml you'd moii jt g Thi JY*>M h •* Aunrann ol STRrCTItT KASMRUTM em PIMffl LENA SPELKE .. died n Manli \ .i int. i vlsltoi ihi la sur\ i\i-.l %  band Hem %  • on HI d H %  ihe Bronx. New 1 •..-. %  %  %  Miami Beai'h Riv< ROBERT SELTZER ,sth Stree! died I March Hew ret In y Seltxei rvlved \ii %  rjussle, tw %  daugh,v. Sew Vork %  • Hi %  Ii DINA POTRUCH Ma Tth. It %  \ %  %  r thi veai MrK 'I'urti \ with whi ere sent to New Vol II, %  ersldi f LOR I PA /i DAIRIES COMPANY nnounces • • • The PERFECT Package For Passover Milk] in the & yyyy^j^y^-'^'-^r jy-.jy.j^fjy.-^ Listen To SCHACHTER'S New Yiddish Program Every Sunday, WMBM, 12 to 2 p.m. Thi* program is the first and has the largest listening audience Features the Jewish Philosopher NORMAN R. LYONS, News SHOSHANA SPECTOR and RABBI S. A. RUBIN Sealking Plastic-Coated Leakproof Paper Carton Here is the milk package steriliied in our dairy when it is filled and sealed. Here is the milk package that is leakproof. sturdy, strong. Here is the milk package that you open, and pour from the top corner with such perfect control that you can pour as little AS a half teaspoonful without spilliny a drop; gushing action and after-drip have been eliminated, at last. Here is the milk package whose plastic coating preserves the flavor and the rich freshness of your milk. Under the Supervision ol Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashrus Rabbi Moses MeFcheloff Congregation Beth Jarob, Director Be Sure It's Florida Dairies %  •IMIM 2-2H2I PLACE YOUR PASSOVER ORDER NOW OR TELL YOUR DRIVER LOOK FOR THE PASSOVER EMBLEM ON ALL PRODUCTS



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ition Period red By Heer nil*'ii 300 volunteers in fined Jewish Appeal Division to assume "saviors of our people %  Heal time of internalon." Rah"' James G. ess'ed a Southwest area at the Colony Rest^ Sunday morning. |g the period of 1938 Lent as the period of |he pointed out that the Israel has already re750.000 refugees from iirope and stands ready [to keep its doors open jews are threatened jeller. president of the Inist Organization of jid a former United ppeal chairman, derecent trip to Israel the need for emergfunds to enable the cracy to become selfTrie predicted that the IKI will continue to be • the two and one-half in Soviet Russia and I Curtain countries now I by now tyranny. area chairman Irving lliami chairman M. J. [greeted the workers final instructions beking the door-to-door annual campaign, an chairman for Dade rry Zukernick, introki Heller and Carl fcsident of the Greater fch Federation. Beach nan Harold Shapiro [that his group would community campaign prxt ton days. rris Skop. of the Coral B tenter, delivered %  on. ing Majors distribDenta and workers' pnteers who pledged Jail solicitations with%  en days: Mrs. Samuel %  nan Kam, B. II. LibRegal. Abe VVhitekcar Zeltzer. Ihe Captains who atpickoff event included isterdam, Alex Aronp>ll. Willard H. BenBierman. Kenneth i lanuel Burstein, Mrs. j Itein. Julius Deutsch, j Sylvia Kriedson. uld. Murris Jacobs, Laufer, Mrs. Joyce frs. Frieda Levine, B. orge N'athanson, Mrs. Mrs. R. Pertes. Dr. Oscar Rappaport, jenkraru. Walter RosFred A. Sandier, jpl. Herman Sokolow, ptor and Larry White. Chudnovsky Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Rose Chudnovsky, formerly of 4244 S. W. 9th Street, will take place Sunday, March 22nd, 2 p.m. Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery with Rabbi A. Becker officiating. Mrs. Chudnovsky is survived by her husband Phillip. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Mounment Co. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Sterling Unveiling -The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Leo H. Sterling, formerly of 900 S. W. 3rd Street, will take place Sunday, March 22nd, 1 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Mr. Sterling is survived by his wife Lena. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Co. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. PAGE 9 B MADE Stern Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Benjamin Stern, formerly of 911 7th Street, Miami Beach, will take place Sunday. March 22nd, 2:30 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Mr. Stern is survived by his wife Fannie and two sons, George and Paul, also three daughters, Evelyn Morrison, Anna Cowan and Mrs. Barney Ross, also two brothers. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Co. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. be vubUTor, 7 u Zu {H SeHeS 1 leSSOns in modern conversational Hebrew which will 2^7? ^ JeWiSk Fl ridian The Com ^ lete "•• institutes a course aimed at bZTlZrZ MTT I 0/ tke lan mae aS H is n0W sP0ken in < !" 1 • "sed on a textami Belch rr w "; y Miss Shoshana Spector acult m ember at the Heb !" **. Mi ~ radioZLwZZ SUb c SeqUent lessons !" a PP*r here in conjunction with a program over dttelb'l I r WldttVS 0t U n n EntMed Let Us L a !" "cbrew, the program is co„wUltrJj'l ^ lS ,eatUre JaC b Scha chterS Jewish Hour. The Jewish Floridian will prov,de the v,sual aid necessary to participate in the course. Ha, ha! 111 read the menu tfa, ha, 'a-ni 'ek-ra' 'et *qi?8 *} !Hn ,nn ha-uf-rit *7..\*. .trnsrirj nx Kepke Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Betty Kepke, formerly of 12801 N. E. 5th Avenue, North Miami, will take place Sunday. March 22nd. 3.30 p.m., at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery with Rabbi S. T. Swirsky officiating. Mrs. Kepke is survived by her husband Solomon and her mother, Mrs. Mary Frankel. Arrangements arc in charge of Palmer's Miami Mounment Co. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. >poiiNpm *Sfc vpv inn flabbl loMDh E. Rackormky 945 Michigan Arenu* Miami Beach PboM 5-3595 Mosheh, I am very hungry Mo-sheh, 'a-ni ra'cv me'od My appetite is big What is on the first course? ENTREE soup vegetable soup pea soup lentil soup rice soup Yesh li te'a-von ga-dol Mah yesh ba-ma-nah ha-ri'-sho-nah? MA-NAH RI'-SHO-NAH ma-rak me-rak ye-ra-kot me-rak kit-niy-yot me-rak 'a-da-shim me-rak 'ore? Mi} pa^n f? £ tnjiifcnn njaa cr no T T T ,nij?^ pi?? .nripi? pip .nk jn Hebrew Made Easy is published by the Liveright Publishing Company, New York City. Persons wishing to purchase a copy may do so by writing Miss Shoshana Spector, care oj The Jewish Floridian, and enclosing a check or money order for $1.50. Sadye G. 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PAGE 10 B 6^00 Persons Jam Beach Auditorium; Mrs. Roosevelt, Joseph, Kingdon Speak An estimated 6.500 persons show ed up for a Defend Israel Rally last Thursday evening sponsored by the Greater Miami Committee for the Bonds of Israel Government. Thousands of residents here were turned away in their effort to hear Dr. Dov Joseph, Israel's minister of State, Mrs. Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Dr. Frank Kingdon. noted author and radio commentator. Dr. Joseph set the theme for the rally by noting that this was the second time within a generation for Jews to be persecuted in Rus sia. "The only difference in this latest effort," he said, "is that now Israel is an established haven for refugees from the Communist cam paign." Warning that this haven needs economic aid, Dr. Joseph pointed out that "there is much more t be done, and it can man. spiritual leader oi the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Colors were posted hy .lewish U v Veterans under the command of Major Kenneth Braidman Lillian Robbins sang the national an them. Jan Bart also appeared Guests included Julian Venez kv of Peoria. national chairman State Sa HI Hir**h To Plav Lad In Kin;: L&mr The Cniv.rsily of Miami Ring Theatre has announced the cast for King Utr, feature production of the Third Annual Shakespeare Fes tival dated tor April 14th through 25th. Sam Hirsch will play the title role in addition to directing the plav. Also in the cast are Maggie Bill Blair Kelly Norm Somach and Smith.' Other cast members include Eli Del Sette, Byron Sperow, George Sapios, Nick Ryder, Norman McKinley. Howard Soloman, Strickler Pollack, Frances McNainara and James Kilbride. Don"t rush, others may suffer W •!*•..„, til km OFFICE Ms£ i SHE =:~ E^ri^J-ss ami area. Israel Bonds. eiivn. i'ii* t-w-R"-" —* ... 1 Charles Shuts. Robert Altman, Barton's Bonbonniere Solves Problem; Makes Kosher For Passover Candies Years ago in Europe and in the duce not just one but a fasc.natLnited States, when Passover "ing variety of kosher for Passcame, all food items including over confection: ucn .uu.id wcre amoved from the not be done ; SAKA -". *=rr": ders with what it has had on hand." he said, "and the state can not be charged with neglect. But the simple fact remains that we must have additional investment to further our economic development." Appearing here for the first time. Mrs. Roosevelt stressed the importance of building Israel as a strategic bastion for democracy in the Middle East. "Israel is not just a refuge for unhappy people," she explained "I think the country will be one of the leaders in that area of the world and will help all of us to keep the peace." The pace for bond purchases was the manufacturing of set by Dr. Kingdoms address in gredient which he described his recent trip to the Jewish state. Chairman of the rally was Rabbi Irving LehrDr. David Hendel OPTOMETRIST Announces the removal to his New and Modern Offices at 247 71st Street corner of Harding Avenue Miami Beach (formerly at 7107 Collins Ave.i Phone 86-4195 to eat them during the Passover season. The only Passover sweet that was available was a type of Jelly candy. To have interesting sweets at Passover was out of the question. Stephen Klein, president of Barton's Bonbonniere. tells us why Passover sweets were not possible in the past. He explains that the manufacture of raw ingredients was impossible to control without a prohibitive amount of time and effort. In Europe, many of the ingredients came from different countries, and there was no way of supervising those inwould be Kosher for Passover. Having come from Europe, where he and many of the Barton executives had been brought up to understand the significance of traditional requirements for Passover. Klein and his organization had the knowledge needed to solve all the difficulties involved. Barton's took upon itself this trail-blazing undertaking. Thus, through the combination of years of advance planning. supervised production of raw materials, research in developing ingredients suitable for Passover production and through technical advancement Barton's finallyfound itself in a position to proThis year the list of Paassover items includes some of the most attractively designed and ingeniously conveived items that Barton's has ever carried. Added to this are some of the most fascinating packages, designed by artists to make Barton boxes, not only colorful and attractive but richly instructive as well. Barton's bonboonniere produces all its products under the supervision of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America and its affiliate, the Rabbinical Council, consisting of 560 Rabbis. Rabbis, representing this US and Canadian organization, supervise and endorse as Kosher, every item produced at the Barton factory. —Selma Thompson Attk Your Urovvr -V r Sunshine Sweets All Packages Packed under Sup of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Director BETH JACOB VAAD HAKASHRUS 100% Pure Sugar Use it for Passover as well as every { of the year Distributed by Green Bros., Miami, Fla. Southern Dairies To Serve Its Many Jewish Patrons Announces with Pride and Pleasure KOSHER FOR PASSOVER Homogenized Milk Sweet Cream Pasteurized Milk Sour Cream Country Style Cottage Cheese and Popcorn Cottage Cheese SPKCIAt Kosher L'Pesach Ices Lemon. Lime and Raspberry Under the Supervision ol Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashrus RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF Tell Your Driver or Phone 9-6501 For Service SOUTHERN DAIRIES TIP TO OUR VISITORS: 'ASH IN ON HONDAS \ mm "KNOW HOW DAIRY PRODUCTS 62 N.E. 27th St Phone 9^501 Fishing's imtincf"*• InBorfa.-.m.nru.kU.bep.'" or...rouknor<'U|**' world-. t*.dvic. •'"*** •*" fcMttsckk..-mKfc %  *** 4.hMi~*d. u CHH



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Unvoting id To [p Officer* jvid S. Andron. president, I this week that a mectfe Board of Directors of iew Academy will be held by evening. March 24th, 8 ithc Academy Auditorium. Genet, chairman of the linns, will present the slate. |11 also present the 20 recJcted meml>ers of the Board {tors who will serve for and three year terms. [LEGAL NOTICE CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY OIVEN that Igned, di drlng ngac.. In uodi-" I'"' fictitious name of DTKS I lEI.H'ACIEK, at 1747 u AM Miami, intends to Thg name with the Clerk of [I, c I of 1 Mile County, q.li: K SIIARPSTEEN K. KEHHLER |f,ir Applicant ATI I 'ICE TO CREDITORS ICOUNTY JUDGE'S COURT FOR DADE COUNTY. IN PROBATE. No. 29204-B |TATK HP SKV.Mi 'I It. Deceased idltors an I All lYraoiiB Hav, .• I>. i ,.nds Against Said of you, are hereby to present any |d ill nianda hlch you, or u. i! have against the ftTIII'l. SKYMl MR. do HIS%  i 'oui %  | Florida, to i udges of I 'ail.. ^ -a in.In their |ht I'ouill} l 'OUI thOUM ill n'v, l la, wli hin eight the date of the Eitlon i iil Bald claims i: the legal a.i.1 to be sworn i aforesaid, or • i ii 19(1. IN, of the Last h n. nt of [iu:i. SEYMOUR, Deceased lor I' CE BY PUBLICATION CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF IN AND FOR DADE INCHAN;ERY. NO. 157658 1IT FOR DIVORCE IK TRASK, Plaintiff [A TRASK, Defendant A Trash 04 I:.IM Bih Sea York :-. NY. notified that %  Hill I Divorce has been tft you, and you are reiiulr• i ni your Answer %  Kill of Complalnl Palntiff s Attorney, IRYVIN I s u _'_„,i Avenue, Miami, ni file the original Answer in the office of the Clerk 1 i on ..r before the If you fail to %  sin.-nt bj default will be I I the relief detlW II II of I'.miplalnt t unaii i., published onoa Jfot %  foui nneecutlve weeks ll.UI.-ll KI.OR1DIAN M' "l:l>i:i:ED ai Miami, "Ml da i M ii, h. A.l>. LEATHERMAN, • Court, Florida. ) M liltKKN i Deputy Cli rh UNDER FICTITIOUS .NAME LAW M Ki:i:Y GIVEN that to ranee in i.,' 1 .. 'ni tloua name ..f %  P'-V at 1 % %  :-, Lincoln Road, %  register said ol the Circuit hlorida Bll I-IU.1I0 illBIN, INC. •M ii.ii ,v |.-I:II:D W Applicant nd NAM D E ER LA ^ CT,TIOU 9 !>• iii.Ki.r.v QIVBM that ..'." engage In '"-..name of U '"". i KtH>vcTa Co.. I,.., K ; lirrace, Miami, K 'I '•: 1*1 said nan,,. I 'il'iCircuit Court K,,">. riuinl., fclMAv'i!*^' s "'" Onw y ,m.A.N H m^ C0UR T OF THE •OADK IC r^ L CIR CUIT IN IHANCE^NTV. FLOR%  I:\TI\I l %  efendant. V-LICATioN I I | | '"TON. Mine i .1 to „erv r "I fcr l no to nerve 1 • the Hill of A H. 19 I Hils 2 %  fATHBRMA* I Court %  jol'lle.... ,,, K \ lU'fi'ev K? Uldg -. :n-.'/ .lli-l M •iirr LEGAL MOTICE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 27200B KI: B8TATB OK l.i:\A SMITH, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is here b y given that I have filed my final report ami petition for Final lHsclinrgc as Administratrix of the estate of I.KNA SMITH, deceased; and that on the 13th day of April, 1953, I will apply to the Honorable County Judges of Dad* County. Florida, for approval of said final report anil for final discharge as Administratrix of the KSTATI-: nF I.KNA SMITH, deceased This 6th day of March, 1953. ANNE SATIN. Administratrix of the F.atatc of I.KNA SMITH. Deceased Tt'KK & N i:\VM \\ Attorneys for Anne Hatln 420 I.inc..In Kd.. Miami Heaeh, Flu. 3/13-20-L-7 — 4/3 IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 28072-B RE: ESTATE < IP IKVIXC O. KiU.HY. Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTIOol-TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR. FINAL DISCHARGE ;• NOTICK isienUy given that 1 hav'e filed my final report ajid. petition for Final I'ischarfte as Isx.-ctttrlx of the estate of IHVIN'ii Ii Kulil.KY, dereas.il; anil that on the l"th day of April, ItSt, will apply tq the Honorable County .luilgcs of l>aile County, Florida, for approval of said fmui report and for final dlacharj|e as Exeoutrix of the Kstate of IKVINti ii. KOBLBT, deceased. This 11th day of March, 1 !•:.*'. MIRIAM KtlHDKY. aflLTON A. FRIKHMAN Attorney for ICxecutrlx 3/(3-20-27 — 4/3 ; NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME IJplW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that the underslgneil. desiring to engage In business under the fictitious ninie of JACK'S TAVERN \BNACK UAH. at I14M B W. .Till Avenue, Miami, intend to register said name itji the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County, Florida. JACK AJ.BAUI.I Al.li'K R.AI.KAi il.l STEPHEN KKSSl.Kl:. Attorney i B.W. ISnd Ave. 1/11-S0-27 — 4/3 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 157510 Ji>HN LEE GRANT ami AGARTHA ELOISE GRANT, hla wife. Plaintiff a, vs. Dt'HA (JARVIN and OARVIN, bar husband, Defendants, NOTICE TO APPEAR IN TI1K NAME OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: DURA OARVIN, If living, and OARVIN, her husband. If living, whose resiliences are'unknown: ALL UNKNOWN heirs, devisees, Kiantees. creditors or other parties claiming by, through, under or sigalnsl DORA liAKVIN, not known to be dead or alive; AND Al.su as to each of the above named defendant Individuals. If they be 'deceased, then all unknown heirs, 'devisees, grantees, creditors or other parties claiming by, through, under or against such defendants: A.VD ALSO nil other and unknown persons having or claiming to have any right, title or interest in the property which Is the subject matter of this suit, said -property lying and being in Dade 1 County, Florida, and more particularly described as follows: I ...Is U B nil 3d. in Block !>, of DIXIE HEIGHTS OARDENS, according to th.I'lat thereof, iv orded in I'lat l!..ok 21 at Cage SI of the Wuhlic Reoordi . the plaintiffs above named, for the pirlil.se of guletlng tltu"f the ptalntlffa, In ami to the proper!) involvf-d hereInabove described. YOU ARE HEREBY i • lifj l-H > AND REQCHtKD to file y, r \,r %  anee in said suit on or beforeVJJP'l"tli day of April, 1963, and In-default of such Appearance, a Decree !*ro Confeaao w t: 1 be antgred against yuu and eai h of \ >u This Order (0 be published 1 once a week tor fmir.it) coneecuUva weeks in The Jewish Florldlan, a Nejrapaper published in Dade County, Plorlda. DONE AND ORDERED .at the Courthouse in Dade IV.UUW-, Florida, this 10th day of M-nruIr, 19a3 "^ F:. It. l.KATHKI'.JIAN. Clerk Of the Circuit Cant By M. 0: <:I:I:KN. { (Seal) Depute '.Clerk BEN KSSKN Attorney for I'lalniitfa* S23 ScylKjld Itldg., Miami, EliC 3/13-20-27 — I i •i i.ie Miii'iii Hie I'.ainly, YuC :u4 heieLEGAL NOTICE IN "?'i5 7'?Foo BV PUBLICATION FLOBAF-C-CU F ,T T 0 Vs JAylll:l( I'lalntif" e OF DADE %  ;•,;";:;, v, 1 r l f ,"""•; "" %  sriWiE c -,i i%?, r V "', "ri lk •' 'he i in ult i r.uri .,,1 ,„ before the nth dav of April. A D 1951: ..tli.-rwise. "Si of Complalnl for Divorce, heretofore "J1 y herein, wUI be taken a. confeiSed -a^lKrc1J.*T.'i," 0rld "' t h 'M w *>' K H. LEATHERMAN. i'-rk of the Circuit Court, r'ii. r. Uade Couniy, liorida (Circuit Court Baal) Byl V..M. w. 8TOCKINO. M Deputy Clerk ."same and Address of PiMntlfs Solicitor: MILTON A. FRIEDMAN VCH^V ""**• M,a,ni norid ,M -fl?J'S E BV PUBLICATION 'N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE li L rtB. E rtV H .s JUOICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADF S1P v T r IN CHANCERY 0 No 157?, 7 MARY ElhENBERO, Plaintiff, MORRIS EISENBERa. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE rOi MORRIS BISENBERG 4114 Manhattan Avenue Sea Gate, Brooklyn. New York IOU, MORRIS EI8ENBERG. are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divi.n-e has been filed against you, and you arc required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to. the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney MKN ESSEN ESQ., > %  : : s,. y i„,i,i itT.lg Miami. Hor'..."' !; ni1 '"'' ""' "i"'g'iial Answer or %  'leading in the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the :•, day of April, I9M. if you fall to do so, Judgment by ibttault will be taken against you f„r th.r.-li.-f demanded In the 11111 ,,f Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week tor four consecutive weeks m THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami Florida, this 3 day of March, AD l !•:.::. fin-nit Court, Dade County, Florida K. It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, By M. C. GREEN i Court Seal) Deputy Clerk BEN ESSES AH. .in.-, for Plaintiff .:: Seybold Hldg. M lami. I";. : ,,l.i t/*-I3-2 1-27 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 157280 ROSEMARIE CLEONTES, Plaintiff \ i ROBERT JOHN CLE< i.NTKS, • Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ROHKRT JOHN CLBONTE8, •'.7 West B7th Street, New York City. New Y'ork. You arc reiiuired to serve a OOpy of the Answer to the Hill of Complalnl Upon the plaintiff's attorney, MORTON ROTHENBEROJ 420 Lincoln Road. .Miami Beach. F'lorlda, and file the original in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before April 2. 1953: otherwise, said Hill will be taken as confessed by you. Dated this 2 day of February. 1953. B. It. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of II iivuit Court By R. II RICK. JB. i Sean Deputy Clark 3/6-13-20-27 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 157185 MARY SHINN. Plaintiff KiiRWnuD SHINN. Defend.mi Ynr. NORWOOD SHINN. are hereby notified to file your defensive ts i" this suit with tliis Court's Clerk, and serve a copy on Plaintiffs attorneys, Hutnei A.Kutner, Olympla Bldg.. .Miami. Fla., on "i before March .: i, 1953, else the Complaint will be taken as confessed bj you. Dal.,I: l-.li. 2, 1953, K. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Court Seal) By W.M W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. 8-11-20-S? IN THE CIRCUIT COURT C> THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCLrtT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. RJ-OR • IDA. IN CHANOCRY.No.*57463 I KAN'iTS E. KTJJK1., JR. JVaJAjJU /vs. i'AI'l.a A. 4CTKi-:L" -D.-fi'iidag*. NOTICE BY FUBLlCATeON Tut I'Afi.A A I:TZI:I. c o*Mr. and Mrs Kle, oil. luia South Roa* Hi nil iv rol VKI-: HEREBY NuTlFlED thai a Hill of Complaint for. I has bean filed aamlnsl you in the above entitled %  and you are hereby required i i serve a copy of youi Answer to the Bill of Complalnl .m PI nifs attoi nej -. and file the • %  tiKIn i! in the office of the Clerk of the Cnellit OoUli "O or before C Itl -I i) of API II, 1953. othi Dei res i % %  .. i I be i ntei ed • I you. This notice shall be published onc< each ,ek for four consecutive wteks in Tin: .IKWISII I-I.OMDIAN Dated al Miami, Florida., this Sth daj of March, I %  B, i: LEATHERMAN, Cb-rk. Circuit coin i lly. \\ M \Y BTOCKING, Deputs Clerk I'ALLOT'I". SILVER / Jll'l.i.uV Attorneys for Plaintiff 8U4 lugiaham Building Miami, Florida 1/U-M-n — 4/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTH'K IS HEREBY GIVEN that tinundersigned, desiring to engage in lusiuess under the fictitious name ol THE CHICKEN cool', at 13M N.W. 3rd Avenue. Miami. Dade County, Florida,, intends to register said name t>TMh the Cl.rk of the Circuit Court of Dade Counts. Florida. ROA8TMASTER Culll-ORATION nlFLORIDA, a I'....' Ida orporatlon RICHARD KRBIOER FINK Attorney for Roaatmaster Corporation of Florida lit i '..unless Building ml I Wl-M LEGAL NOTICE II i. Mill, -ri-'ffi" 1 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 28363.B RE: ESTATE OP LUCAS \V. SIFIFKER iioe.n..H N0T ^,,^? TE "'^ ?o'AK E APPLICATION FOR FINAL „„_ „ DISCHARGE .% nil K is hereby Kiven that I have v „,,",'*' %  'V'" 1 r 'l'<'-l and petition for rin.il Discharge as Adinliilsti-atrlx of uu estate of LUCAS w. MEFKER ed: and that on the lUth day of April, 19(3, will apply to the Honorable County Judges ol Dade County, Fiorina, for approval of said final report ?"'!,'"' J"",' discharge as Admtiiis^!!*:: "" Ktte of LITAS W. Mi-.l-h.ER. deceased. This Hit, day of March, l'.Ga. MAltll. lll'.Ml-.S SIKCKER, Ailministratrix of the Estate of LUCAS W. SiEIKKR. I It. MAYER* deceased Attprne) for Administratrix -'. 13-20-27 — 4/3 LEGAL NOTICE IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 28354-B RE: ESTATE Or HKN.IAMI-N 1 RANK, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby giv.-n that I have rued my final report and petition for arg.as Executrix of the estate of BENJAMIN PRANK, deceased: and that ..n the :'ith day of April, S :. will apply to the Honorable county .ludccs ,f bade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Executrix Of the Estate of BENJAMIN FRANK ii.-eased This 17th day of March. 1!.:,3. .,„ %  SARAH FRANK Mlf.ToN A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Flxecutrix :i .'n-L'7 — i. 3-10 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 157620 ERNEsr w, RJE8E, Plaintiff GERDA R1ESE. Defendant. YOU, GERDA R1BSE, are berebj notified to tile your defensive pleadings to ibis suit with this Court's Clerk, and serve II copy on Plaintiffs attorneys, Hl'TNER .-, HL'TNER, Olympla Bldg., Miami, Fla. on or April i:,, 1933, els.the Complaint win be taken at i oflfeased by i Dated: -Mar 12, 1933. E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk .f the circuit Court. (Court Seal) B) W.M. \v. BTOCKING, i %  • pui 'lei k. :: 20-27 I j-io NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the flctitlouf name of FISHERMAN'S WHARF RE.-TAl RSNT, at ;l"l Blscayne lllvd In the I Miami. Honda. Intend to register ihe said name with the Clerk of the Circuit court -d Dadi County, lili-i-Y BARNBTT CLARA IIAKNETT Bl RNETT ROTH Attorney for Fisherman's Wharf I 13 Coir: -•Building Ml mi I %  NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 157394 JULIA ADELINE bHERIDAN, Plaintiff. vs. THOMAS PATRICK SHERIDAN, 1 lefendant. Tn: THOMAS PATRICK SHERIDAN 1:;;.", New York Avenue Brooklyn, New York You are required to aerVe a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the pMinffrTs in I -m. %  -. and co file the original .answer m the office of the Clerk ofj the circuit Court on or before the ttrTi dav of April. A.D. 1963: otherwise, the Rill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed by you. Da led at Miami, Florida, this the 4th day of March, 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN, clerk of the Circuit Court, i lade i 'otiniy. Florida (Circuit Court S. all l!> W.M W STOCKING, Deputy Clerk Name and Address of Plaintiff's Solicitor: MILTON A FRIEDMAN l": 1 :: Seybold Hldg., Miami, Florida :i 6-13-20-27 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PR03ATE. No. 29626-B In Ru; EMATE OF riUI.Ilscil.MERTZl.Ei:. Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Ag.iin.~i Bald Estate: You. and each of you, are hereby notified and required te*preaenl any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the of PHILIP SCHMERTZLER, %  ed late of Dade County, Florida, io the Honorable County .Indues of Dade County. And file the same In their offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar month's from the date of the flral publication hereof. BaM claims or demands ti> contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as-aforesaid, or same will lie barred Date February 23. A.D. 1953. 1.11.1.IAN SCIIMERTKlJOR, Al Administratrix of the Estate of lllll.II' SC.HMEKTZ1.EK. Deceaaed. TI'RK A NEWMAN, 420 Lincoln Rd., M .urn IV...fi. Fla Attorneys for Administratrix 3 27 — I/6-1I-M II s NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAVX. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undi gned, desiring Io nigage In titftus n mi, i i K till If Uncoln Road. Miami Beai h. I lOCida, Intend* h the i lerk „r the ilrcu.t Court of Dade C '•' """ a HARRY KILI.V. 150 I,in .-In Road. Afiaml Beach, Florida. MnllTi IN ROTHKNItERii. Attorney for Harry Kllby 42" Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 3/-U--TT NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nan f WEINRICHS BAKERY AND OVEN HAKE .--iii -1'. al -tin I'onee ii.i. on Blvd., Coral Oables, intend to i said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Da.bCounty, Florida. VICTOR REISS OTTO BOCK LI owners \Co-Partners MYERS, HE1MAN A KAPLAN Al n-i neya for Applicants s >i Hds 1,3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of GRANADA REALTY, at 201-211South Miami Avenue. Miami, Dade County, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MORRIS HONIGBAUM ROSE A HONIGBAUM BERYL MORRISONANNIE MORRISON ISRAEL STKINP.ACM ROSF: STKINBAL'M CIIERTKOF AND KAL1SH Attorneys for Owners 3/20-27 — 4/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage m business under the fictitious nan f TRC-LITE, at 3071 B.W 87th Avenue, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of tn,. Circuit Court of Dade County, Flo DAVE DOBBY L. D. TUCK FREIDMAN AND MIAPIRo At toiii..\s for Dave Dobby and L. D. Tuck :i L'II27 1/8-10 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 157371 HELENE DKDE BUYER. ITalnttff, vs. ERNEST STAR BOYEM, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ERNEST STAR BOYBR Address t'nknown YOU ARK NOTIFIED that a bill of complaint for divorce has beet against you, and you are required-to %  erve a copy of your angwei on plaintiff's attorney. MARX 1-AI: F:H. 112 Congress Building. Miami, Florida, and file the original In the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before the ith day Of April, 19.-.3, otherwise a decree ;: %  confess,, will be entered against you. Dated this 4th day of March E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Clrcull I By M. C. GREEN, i s.ali Deputy Clerk :: 6-18-20-27 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 29178-B In R( ESTATE i IF MAURICE FISHER. D.e.a-. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against said Estate: You, ami each of you, are I notified and required to preaei and dema n Is which you culler ol you, may have ... tati of MAURIi i: FISHER, di ed la te of I >ade Count). Floi da, li thl HON. FRANE E. HOWLING, 'ounty Judge of l lade Couni no file th.-an..in his office ,n the Canty Courthouse In I'ad.County, Floi Ida, within .in lit i alendai from the date of the fir.-t pu lion hereof. Said claims or demandc to contain the legal address -•: the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will lie bai red. Da to FebMary 19, A.D. I9SS. MINNIE FISHER, As Administratrix of the Estate of .MAURICE FISHER. De-eased BURNETT ROTH Attorney for Administratrix 412 CoiiKiess Building .Miami. Florida 2 27 — 3/6-13-20 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDAT IN CHANCERY. No. 156982 PEGGYRITKES, Plaintiff. \s. 11 Y.MAN RITKES, Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION To: HY.MAN RITKES. 130 South 1'th street, Brooklyn, New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Ii • lias been filed against >on ami you ..re required to serve %  < copy ol anawer or pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs attor DAVID A FRANK. 4o:i Olyn Building, Miami, Florida, and f i the original Answer or Pleading in I office of the clerk of the ] curt on or before the 25th da... ol March, 1953, If you fall t" do Judgment by default will be MNH % ou. „ DATED al Miami. Florida, this 19th day of February, I9r.3. E 1! LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County. Florid. Bi w.M. w. BTOCKINO Deputy Clerk CIRCUIT COURT SEAL DAVID A FRANK Attorney for Plaintiff 403 Olympla Building -7 — :t 1-13-80 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Th* Jewish Florldlan *oUcitg your legal nottcM. W appreciate yonr patronagg and guarantee) accurate service) al tegal ratM. Phon* 2-1141 lor monsenggr gorvicey. 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PAGt 12 B t-Jewisfil****" 1 FRIDAY,] Bureau Of Jewish Education Sponsors Passover Preparation Workshop Miami Hebrew School Sisterhood Meet. Passover Preparation Institutes sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education are now in full swing in workshop sessions, on radio and television. On Tuesday, March 24th, a Passover Preview will be held at the Beach Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center in collaboration with Mrs. Ethel Grossman, director of the GMJCC nursery schools. A model Seder will be held under the direction of Louis Schwartzman, executive director, and a Passover melody workshop under the direction of Cantor Jack Bornstein, of Temple Israel. A similar Passover Preview will be held on March 25th. at Flagler-Granada Jewish Center, with a song workshop under the direction of Mrs. Jack Donncrstafi. All workshops are open to the general public. On Thursday, March 26th. the Bureau and Community tenter will sponsor the Tiny-Tot Seder over Station WTVJ at 2:45 p.m. The television program will feature the elude Cantor Irving Robinson, of Coral Gables Jewish Center, and Miss Laurel Rubin, Soprano, in a descriptive Seder scene. Ilr. Swirskv Will DfacoM Passover Dr. Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. Kab bi of Congregation Beth El, will deliver another in a series of lee tures on Judaism. Tuesday. March 24th, at 8:15 p.m. The topic for the evening will be: The Paisover An tosighl Inln hs Customs, Rituals and Ceremon ials. Or. Swirsky received hi* Doctor ate from the University "f Chicago, where he was awarded mem bership in Phi Beta Kappa In ad dition to being on the faculty of the graduate school of the t'ni versity of Chicago, i>r Swirsky was Professorial Lecturer of Prac tical Rabbinics at the Hebrew The ological College there. He is a member of the Board of Governors of Lincoln Universitj and a member of the Speaker's nursery school children of the Mi! Bureau of the Mi/.rachi Organiza ami Branch and will headline traditional sections of the Passover Haggadah. Passover In Song, an original song narrative by Louis Schwartzman, will be broadcast over St a tion WKAT on Saturday. March 28th. at 7:15 p.m. The cast will in tion of America. Dr. Swirsky for merly was a member of the Minnesota Labor Relations Board. The evening is being sponsored by the Men's Club of Congregation Beth El. A question and answer period will follow the lecture. -A OIVISION OF rm %  OWOKW COMPANY. ,!.'•"'/JSft announces that onl-, the products bearing .he following endorsement 1 — tct am MSI v %  *• ft • './> •?./. i are KOMI I :it IMSMh lit MILK LH.IIT & HEAVY ritKA.M soi it CREAM BUTTER, EGGS CHEESE These Products are Supervised and Endorsed by the 4 ItlVI III MIAMI VAAII IRAK ASH It I I II (the only community-wide Vaad Hakashruth. whi'-h is a Participating agenry of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation) as Kosher for Passover RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY Director of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth, takes personal care of the order of Kashruth Mashgichim are taking care of Kashruth at the farms and the pasteurizing and bottling plants TELL YOUR DRIVER OR PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW ASK FOR BORDEN'S AT YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD STORE Phono 7-1011 The next regular meeting of th Sisterhood of the Miami Hebrev School and Congregation will t held a. 1 p.m., March 24 th. in th U.S. ROYAL ^fitr^ai ynagogue, it has been announced y Mrs. Edward L. Becker, presi ent. A Nominating Committee will i elec, *d. Mr, sj ^ assov Progr, !" ^ April will bo pru.eip^ U-S.IQtAll MOST RESPECTED GUARAI WORLD FAMOUS U.S. ROYAL LIFETIME GUARANT* EVERY TIRE TUBE RECAP SOLD BY NORTON TIRE FULLY GUARANTEED WITHOUT UMIT AS TO TIME OR FIRST QUALITY NO BLEM ISHES — NO S ECONDS U.S. EXTRA LOW PRESSURE 670xJ5 ONLY $13.95 710x15 ONLY 15.63 760x15 ONLY 17.28 U.S. CENTIPEDE GRIP 600x16 ONLY $11.95 650x15 ONLY 15.75 650x16 ONLY 15.95 NO MOUNTING CHARGE EXCHANGE PLUS TAX SENSATIONi OPPORTUNITY! LIFE PROTECTION INSURE AGAINST PUNCTURE BIOWOUTS U.S. ROYAL MASTER SEAL TUBES SIZE REG. PRICE SALE PRICE 670x15 $12.15 $7.98 710x15 12.45 8.16 700x15 12.96 8.45 7*0x15 12.97 8.46 800x15 12.98 8.47 820x15 13.87 9.03 SEALS PUNCTURES INSTANTLY NO COUNTING CHARGEYOUR OLD TUIE + TAX U.S. ROYAL FULL CAPS' Guaranteed Safety-Economy SIZE 650x15 670x15 710x15 700x15 760x15 800x15 820x15 REO, PRICE $12.10 11.90 13.15 14.25 14.30 15.75 15.75 EXCHANGE ON ""' %  = CASIWC ""^. EASY CREDITJUST $1. GETS YOU NORTON INC. TIRE CO. Serving Florida Over t7 Year* MIAMI UIAUIMA^U Ml AM >00 W. Fl.,1., MIAMI REACH NORTON PALLOT Till CO. 1 454 ALTON IOAD *"*AP^P^*^^^^P^P^PV 40C M.W.



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liew^islbJElDipidliiQun FLORIDA FRIDAY, MARCH 20. 1953 ,bi Miller, Herzog Will ddress ZOA Conference of the ZOA Administrative Council meeting at tha Van1 on Sunday. March 22nd, will be a banquet honoring delei, 0 pnl in Temple Beth Sholom. Guest speakers will be r Miller, president of the Zionist Organization of America. If Chain) Herzog. Israel Military Attache in Washington. A Umiliar figure on the World Zionist and Jewish scene. Rabha, also been a leader I ervative Synagogue and leader oj the EdgeYork Congregation. I of active work in ZOA, osen lo succeed Zionist Dr. Stephen Wise as t){ the American Jewish ear's convention in New Miller was elected dent. I Eire, where his father ost of Chief Rabbi, ColHerzog received his bling there and emigratfcstine in 1935. Followjdies in law and langIreturned to England to ffafcfci hrlm§ Mllhr eludes Fred Jonas. Miami BeachIsrael Zionist District president, Mortimer May, honorary chairman, S. A. Goodman, Judge Harold Spaeth and Elvin Hellman, co-chairmen. Associate chairmen are Judge Edward Oka. Councilman Burnett Roth, Councilman Bernard Frank, Seymour B. Liebman, Alex Van Straaten, Sidney Sachs, Miami, Morris Simon, Coral. Gables, and | Dr. E. Kaplan, Hollywood. Presiding officer at the sessions from this area. end of World War II. He is also a member of the Board of Hebrew i Union College and a leader in the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Now rounding out his 2nd term of office as president of the South More than 400 members of ihe American Jewish community eastern Region, Robert Persky, i' former Kentucky legislator, comes | m, ? ,on DC al ,he National from a Louisville family noted for | Leadership Conference f o r its may scholars and Hebraists. [ State of Israel Bonds to inaugAs Regional president, he traveled I urate the 1953 campaign of last year to the World Zionist Conthe Israel Bond drive. One of gress in Jerusalem as a delegate tntl (na>m Nerio| hieducation at the UniCambridge and Longraduation. he qualiiBarrister at Law in PalIwell as in Kngland. outbreak of World War [enlisted as a private in After attending the Royal Military College nmissioned Second Lieusorved j n the armored r'd on the General Staff the European theatre. North Shore Jewish Center Will Break Ground On Sunday Ground breaking ceremonies of the North Shore Jewish Center will be held on Sunday afternoon. March 29th. at 3:30 p.m. Appearing as guest speaker will be Claude Pepper, ex-Senator from the State of Florida, as well as city officials of Miami Beach, Surfside and Bay Harbor Islands. D. Lee Powell, Mayor of Miami Beach, will deliver greetings in the name of the Miami Beach Council. The building program will immediately follow the ground breaking ceremonies and will include the construction of the main Synagogue, as well as an up-to-date modern Religious School with 14 classrooms. Rabbis of Greater Miami will participate in the ceremony, with | Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of the Mi' ami Beach Jewish Center, deliver ing the invocation and Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, president of the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami, delivering the benediction. A Cantata, Torah—The Inheritance, written by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader of the North Shore Jewish Center, will be presented, with Cantor Edward Klein chanting the musical portion assisted by children of the Religious School. the prominent personalities who addressed the three day meeting was (upper left) Sen ator Robert A. Taft, of Ohio, Majority Leader of the United States Senate, shown receiving a plaque for his "historic contribution to the creation and development of Israel" from Henry Morgenthau, Jr., chairman of the Board of Governors of the Israel Bond organization. In the center is Abba Eban, Israel Ambassador to the United States. Shown below are Senator Herbert H. Lehman (left), of New York, and Dr. Dov Joseph, Israel's Minister of State. Konn I'assvs On Dr. Ran son. Cantor Reparations Paet Cerner Officiate BONN (JTA) — The agreement At Seder Services Cantor Elisha Cerner will officiate with Rabbi Marius Ranson at The Federal Parliament of | the Temple Emanu-El Community Seder service scheduled for Monon Sunday is Mortimer May, Nashville. A Zionist figure of many years. May is now a member of the Actions Committee of the World Zionist Congress and has attended its meetings since the iteigel Will Run For Mayor Oi Went Miami Morton Beige;, an accountant, qualified as a candidate for mayor of West Miami shortly before the deadline Monday for the town's April 14th municipal election, making it a two-way race. Beigel has been a council member for two years. to pay Israel $822,000,000 in reparations for Nazi persecution of the Jews was ratified Wednesday night here. West Germany passed on the measure, with aid coming from the Socialist opposition to support Chancellor Konrad Adenauer. Final vote in the Bundestag was 238 to 39, with 86 members abstaining. The agreement had been approved in the Bundesrat on February 20th. Reports here indicate that it may return today for final approval before the Federal President signs the $822,000,000 pact into law. According to the stipulations of I the agreement, the sum designated will be paid to Israel in manufactured goods mainly and over a period of 12 to 14 years. Lighthouse Drive Hal S. Pelton, president of the Lighthouse for the Blind, has an nounced plans to mail fund raising seals for the 1953 Lighthouse Drive. The seals are already circulating in the Greater Miami area. He said members of the Miami Lions Club Auxiliary, under the chairmanship of Mrs. J. J. Wicker, prepared the seals for mailing on a completely voluntary basis. More than 132.000 envelopes were mailed to residents here. day evening. March 30th. 6:30 p.m., in the Hollywood Beach Hotel. Cantor Cerner was born in Austria and has performed as a concert artist throughout Europe. He is now a resident of Miami Beach. The major portion of his life was spent in Chicago, where he served as Cantor with Rabbi Morton Berman and Rabbi B. Goldman. In addition to traditional songs affiliated with the Seder, Cantor Cerner will render a musical program of Jewish folk song favorites. Hollywood women participating in the affair are the Mesdames Evelyn Boren. A. W. Davis, Charles Greenman. J. J. Matz, Samuel L. Ross, H. G. Schlafer, Simon Schwob. H. J Siegel, Ben D. Silver and Arthur Strauss. Fort Lauderdale women are the Mesdames Milton Goldsmith. Mollie Newman. A. S. Shwartz and Jacob Stillman. Tamara Chapter Meeting Tamara Chapter Mizrachi Women will hold a meeting on Tuesday, March 24th. 8:30 p.m., at the Prince Michael Hotel. I *rfimer May i.k'J 946 hc was d >nlh 'he rank of Major. pe Israel War of IndeL ga Herzog suspend' Practice and joined the £* Anm in January, P Promoted t„ the rank E an K is the elder son of ft* the Chief Rabbi of I Is c Herzog. f> u et Committee here in..„„ .h„ firmnaed the Sunday evening dinner of the Zionist Organization of America Shown above are members of a committee tha J"^^ z ionist8 Y T he dinner will be held in Temple Beth Sholom. Front Administrative Council in comunction ****** rl !" 1 £ ) od inaili M. May, F. Jonas, D. Borad. M. Weiss and E. Hellman. row (left to right) are L. Falk. S. Sachs. M. Jg^^AgSS J. Bernstein. J. Kahn. A. Pearlmutter. J. Alter. C. Lee. S. Pros^^^^Ts^TsoVt^ HPlato* L. Osheroff. M. Meyers and A. Rubin. 11



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Goldberg Again Heads Beach Advisory Board Our Film Folk By LEON GUTTERMAN (Copyright, IMS, Jwh* T.>I-BMC I >. Inc i Charles Goldberg, manager of| HOLLYWOOD — With Danny the Delano Hotel, has been reKaV( consistently racking up I virelected chairman of the Miami tU al capacity $55,000 week after Beach Public Relations Board. week at the New York Palace, the Addressing committee members comedian il headed for .1 new and guests. Goldberg reviewed the n j e | M j n Broadway show business role of the board he heads in the history ... It was Danny who told overall Miami Beach scheme. j us recently. "A successful man is •"I have had the pleasure of be oru w ho earns more than his wife ing a member of the Citizens Pub-; can S p Cn d A successful woman is licity Advisory Board for the past ono wno finds such a man" __ _____ Av Gardner, back from Africa weeks back has continued at such a favorable pace that shell be Incorporated into additional Mi ments this season Mrs. Berg, under contract to NBC-TV, has been on the sidelines all season because of the network's inability to clear time, despite sponsor interest Gertrude says whether or not a man succeeds in pulling the wool over his wife's eyes depends on the yarn he's using %  • • While a $50,000 down payment j. the binder to producer Charles of the V A S S O V K It iT? Kosher L'Pescirh ARCHER FRUIT 317 Lincoln Road ZAltfc C MrA N ARCHIE BRICK PHONE. K Feldman'i purchase where she had been locationing M r ,. ( .,i rights to Seven Year Itch. with Clark Cable on the film Mo the author. George Axelrod. | kambo. will start preparation on „,„..„ t w .mt to start getting paid until January 31. 1956. and thereafter That's the starting line for the film version's release, and young Axelrod has arranged for hi80 percent author's share of the $225,000 purchase price to be her new MGM picture King Arthur And The Hound Table, which is to be tensed in Britain ... It MM Ava who confided: You can get any thing you want in life, if you just wait until you can't use it" Director Merwn LcRoy's younu spread over three years from that son, Warner, an unusually bright date Al Rosen, company man student at Stanford University, is ager 'if The Country Girl, the Clifset to follow in the foootsteps of lord Odetl drama, is diekcrng with his famous father. Papa LeRoy directs MGM'8 biggest box office hits year after year while son Warner writes and directshows for hicollege classmates Mervyn calls one of MGH's big stars income Tax because of her staggering figure Writer Nor man Krasna got $100,000 from three years and its chairman for Paramount for his White Christtile past year.'' lie explained that mas original story which wai balk Charles Goldberg Christine Jorgenson to tour for bun next season in Mary Had A little, a play Rosen had on the n ad several seasons ago which cleaned up IIIoffer is being seriOUsly considered Irving Ravetch. screen writer and son ol a Los Angeles Rabbi. returned to Hollywood following the folding Of his play Certain Joy the board's duty is to act as a buffer and to advise the Council on the allocations ol one mill ol the taxpayers' money. Gold I to a rec• : 16mm film called. The Miami SI rj inch 111 ing dis tributed by the Chamber of Com merce. 'To date." he said, "the film had bad 57 showings in 44 different cities and 25 states. Total sd audience is over 25.000,000 persons." According to Goldberg, the j board appropriated S100.000 for newspaper and magazine ads during the past year. Oother allocations included S1.T50 for the annual Good Neighbor Tennis Tournament. S2.500 for the Spring and ed bj both Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire because the rolemade them out "too young Crosby, IrvBerlin and Paramount are three-way partneron the independent picture for Paramount reli ase, wit* Berltn in for a $250,000 guarantee for Insongs, old and new Irving says some dogs are pointers, but his is a nudger. He's too polite to point' Impresario Sol Hurok iflying to London next week to finalize details on next fall's visit of the Sadler Wells' Ballet to America Groueho Marx missed his first scheduled performance in seven years because of flu. His TV show is filmed And its Groueho who comments: "Man cannot be cerSummer Fishing Tournament and : tain of which is more deadly—the S 1.500 for posterto be placed in transportation offices all over the country and to be shown to audiences meeting in different cities. Also re-appointed to serve on the board for another year are Jess Bramson, C. w Chase, Edward Merr. Morton Gottlieb, Ira art and Ernest Woolfe. hydrogen bomb or the hydrogen blonde" Harpo Marx has invented a three-dimensional popcorn: You wear glasses on your mouth to eat it ... It looks like there's a Texaco Star Theatre fu ture in Gertrude Berg's TV career Reaction to Mrs Berg's integration into the Milton Berle stanza a lew An Announcement to all our Good Friends and Policyholders Effective March 13. 1S53, the Corporate Title of Feuer & Ossip Insurance Aacncy Inc. has been officially changsd to: OSSIPJNSIRANCE 235 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-7B53 It is cur sincere pledge to continue to render vou the same high typa oi professional insurance service whi-h has merited ycur past confidence in our Agcnc;. -CAM EO T II %  : A T B K WASHINGTON AT II MIAMI BEACH TUESDAY thru THURSDAY. MAR. 24 26 YIDDISH STAGE SHOW Featuring TOP STARS OF YIDDISH STAGE AND SCREEN Direct From New York DIRECTED BY LEON SCHACHTER Irving Pietrack's Orchestra during itPhiladelphia tryout. According to reports, the production! involved a loss of about 188,000 MrSamuel (ioldwyn has Renned j I Like To Make Movies for the 1 April edition of Woman's Home Companion Arthur Kober is back from Rome and working on a new play Arthur wrote the Immensely successful Having A Wonderful Time which made him a pile of money (Ireer Garson .planes from Hollywood to Boston 1 tinweek to help kick off the local Red Cross drive Barney Bala1 ban. president of Paramount Pictures, will serve as honorary chairman of the 1953 Joint Defense Ap. peal Producer-Director Anatol I.itvak's picture, now shooting in Paris with Kirk Douglas, is tentaI lively called Somewhere In The World ... It was Kirk who wrote us from Paris: "You don't have to I run away with another man's wife ; these days: you can walk" Milton Berle made a special trip to Miami Beach to emcee the an nual Police and Fireman's Benefit this week Milton's advice to young men: "Never tell a girl you are unworthy of her; let that come BS S complete surprise" • e Sanders has gone to Naples irf Shooting the new Roberto • Mini picture |)on't 1111-Ethel Merman In Call Me j It's a riot Eddie ationing in Palm Springs looking great Don vice presidi nt in charge of production at MGM studio, pre I with a plaque by the American Legion of Texas tor his mag•a\ documentary, The Hoaxters Producer Samuel Gold>n cited by the Federation of Womenclubs for his "outstand1 ing contributions to moral and cultural development ol the screen" Georgie Jesael tells us confident ly that he is going with a brilliant but ugl) girL Georgie says she's probably the ugliest person in the I* 'rid. 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IHCH 20, 1953 +JewlstiFkrMinn • • PAGE 3C [^Institute Set For Wednesday [~J e Hankoff, presiChairman of the Institute. CVarent-Teacher Asso|thc Miami Beach Jewwill greet mothers of Religious School stuPas^ovrr preparation InVednrsday. March 25th. Mrs. Henry Waitzkin, announces that Ihe workshop is designed to give par ents a complete orientation on the forthcoming festival of Passover through a series of sessions revolving around Passover traditions, rituals and foods. A complete Seder will be demonstrated by Rabbi Irving Lehrman, with the mothers participating. Feature of the day's sessions will be the awarding of a prize to one of 14 mothers competing in a Seder table decoration contest. Candles will be lit by Mrs. Harry Kaplan. The Mesdames Irving Firtel, Samuel Lurie and Henry Hillman will narrate the story of Passover. The musical portion of the workshop will be under the direction of Cantor David Silvcrman and Joseph Schreibman. Israelite Center Seder The PTA of the Israelite Center is having a model Seder at 10 a.m., Sunday, March 22nd, for children of the Hebrew and Sunday School. The Seder will be under the supervision of Andrew Kornreich. Mrs. George Kessler is chairman. BE A BERYEH BUY ALL 3 KOSHER PARVE FOR PASSOVER B"3 -IUJ3 Two > jgaTg^j^r *55S CLEM am 85S%\ COTS GrU'^ IGlMtt Sill" I lV a* *ko* illV 0 o* .\o on" b to* o* *0 e r/ *# KOSHER AND PARVE AJAX Cleans sinksTpots, pans bathrooms up to twice as fast with half the work...thanks to "FOAMING ACTION". It floats dirt and grease right down the drain! KOSHER AND PARVE FAR washes clothes WHITER WITHOUT a BL6ACH than any other product with a bleach in the wash water. Saves work, saves hands. Washable colors look brighter, too. Also wonderful for dishes. LoMWWUL KOSHER AND PARVE VEL Makes Dishes Shine without washing or wiping-don't wash, just soak; don't wipe, just rinse. And no "Detergent Burn" to hands with VEL.


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PAGE 4C jgaaftflag^B THE J (Copyrlnhi. I?"'-. Jewish Actncy, inc.) Telegraphic I nknown Jewish Martyr had its original conception during the Nazi occupation of France. Schneersohn, though he went into hiding, felt that it was important to collect and protect for the future the record (1 f those dayi of tension. He orBy SAMUEL EPSTEIN Museum of Archives—the dOCUOne would hardly expect to find ments detailing the authenticated a library in a tomb, but there will I history of the Nazis persecution of i :in i /( .,| a team of research work.lews Hero will be found the ver> en who. at the risk of their lives %  i ii .1 .. .,„A r„h laid the foundation of the Jewish papers signed by Hitler and ( %  ocn" ,u ,.,,;.,„<•„„ Contemporary Documentation (enbe both a library and a museum in the Tomb of the Unknown Jewish Martyr whose cornerstone will be laid in Paris in a few short weeks—on April 19th—in the res ence of the President of France and a wnole galaxy of notable. The Museum and library is in fact all ready. Books and documents are being added from time bels. ter. Six of the founders fell into The designer of the Tomb of Uhc hands of the Gestapo and were the Unknown Martyr is the noted killed, but the work went on. French Jewish architect. Alexis U/hen Paris was liberated, the Persitz. and here. too. truth is j ew jj n Documentation Center took stranger than fiction. For the fad OV( r ,„,. f,| e s ,,f (he Institute for is that the Persitz was himself ne study of Jewish Questions, the saved from a gas chamber He ac V n h> General Department for tually was consigned to destruc,,, wlsh Questions, the German F.m of SSri-ldeS „ a ?h S H Z > !" fi^^JjlJS *"? '" "JT S "" ^ persecution of Jews extant conZStSRJTSSt^ taming more than 70.000 docu-; v ments. a large part of them taken The P 1 ""-^' altogether is so drafrom the archives of the Nazis I matic as ,0 a PP ear "ncrcdibliwere themselves. it not lor 'he fact that much of it Many monuments to the 6.000.is already an accomplished fact 000 Jews who perished in the Nazi: a nd nas behlnd not onl > ,no gas chambers arc being projected i Government of France but the sup in various parts of the world, but i P rt of eminent Jewish leaders the none, it may be said, will match worl(l over, as well as such non the uniqueness of the Tomb of the Jewishs p o n sors as Winston Unknown Jewish Martyr Churchill and several reigning (OVUM Tomb of the Unknown Jewereigns. ish Martyr is conceived in a threeThe man who originally con fold aspect. It will contain a crypt ceived the project. Isaach Schneerwhere the actual ashes of the marsohn, is an important French intyred slain of Auschwtiz and other dustnali-t Originally, he lived in death camps will be reinterred. Russia, leaving that country at the It will also house a Hook of Re time of the Bolshevik revolution. Schneersohn has four sons, three of whom were officers in the French army during the last year, and one was a commander of the French underground resistance unit after the Nazi occupation. The fourth son served for a time as Mayor of a French town. The idea Ol the Tomb of the membrance. where it is proposed to inscribe the names of as many of the 6.000.000 who perished at the hands of the Nazis as can be identified. The Book of Remeffl brance will also tell the story of all the hundreds of Jewish com munities destroyed by the Nazis Lastly, the Tomb will house the Much of the material which they possessed themselves were placed at the disposal of the prosecution in the Nuremberg Tribunal and helped convict the Nazi criminals. Later, with the aid of General Tel ford Taylor. Chief American prosecutor at the trial of the war criminals, the Jewish Documentation Center added to its collection the anti-Jewish archives of the Nazi Government Here are to be found the ver> papers of Hitler and Him ler dealing with their dastardly crimes against the Jews There is I a special list with the names of j 5.000 German war criminals and over 3.000 collaborators. Not only has the Jewish Docu mentation Center been of help in the trial of the war criminals, but the Center has sponsored from time to time the publication of books digesting and interpreting nvast collection of material. The Center has so far published 17 such works All of the material is catalogued in over 100.000 index cards It is a place for the continuing study of the greatest crime in historyThe whole collection will be housed in the Tomb of the Unknown Martyr, a living documen tary memorial of all the evil deeds —in one wing. In another wing will be the crypt, containing the ashes of the Martyred Jews taken from the sites of the death chambers and concentration camps. Along side the grave will be a Ner Tamid. with six lights symbolizing the six million who perished. Here the kin of the dead may offer memorial prayers for their loved ones. The French Government is cooperating in every way and has assigned a site for the memorial in one of the most historic parts of the city of Paris. Schneersohn feels that Paris is the ideal site for such a memorial. Paris is the crossroads of the world. Everyone, he tells you, at one time or another, goes through Paris whether in crossing Europe, or going from Israel to America or vice versa. The French capital is a proper location, he believes, also by reason of the fact that France has always occupied an advanced position in the fight for religious and racial freedom. The President of Israel, Issac Ben Zvi. as well as Prime Minister Ben-Giirion. has joined the World Committee for the erection of the Jewish Memorial. The Committee also includes such famous names as the Rothschilds. Dr. Albert Einstein and Robert Schumann. In America, such men as Edward M. Warburg, Dr. Abba Hillel Silver and Nahum Goldman are associated with it. 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•'AC — .-_.--inum 1953 >tween You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR t, 1951, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) IfON T R E NDS: Did | that the $50,000 for the investigaLni.-t leaders lose all Washington? This ow being asked with quency by rank-andMany wonder how it hat the Zionist leaderfcountry was not aware ,e committee planned nds for a study of Arab refugee issue location was actually announced .'. The caught the Zionist appinu. indicated that elements in Washingnri their way not only > Department but also ri. This, at a he impression existed el friend-hip has not mong ilie members of Hi i ongress despite k" policj of the State Isri I... op of the Senate comllocate sfiO.000 for a Arab refugee situaa> with the above imealls lor great vigiIi ]. obvious that the any other .study—may recommendations Ion tion of the Arab refugee problem was allocated unanimously by the Senate committee and at a time when everybody in Washington spoke o* reducing government expenses This gives the key to the appeasement sentiments now penetrating even Congress The money could have easily been saved, since a study of the Xrab refugees, available to every member of the US Senate was long ago completed by the United Nations. DANGER SIGNALS: Israel faces five serious dangers should the i announced "new look" policy of the State Department on the ArabIsrael issue become a pressure policy in favor of pro-Arab elements in Washington The first danger is a possible "suggestion" that Israel admit Arab refugees now living in the neighboring Arab countries Such a suggestion could not possibly be accepted by Israel because it would increase the Arab population in the Jewish State and would change the entire character of the country ... Israel would thenfor all practical purposes—become not a Jewish ie trend in Washington j State but a bi-national state, with a more and more prostrong irredentist Arab population backed by the neighboring Arab countries The second danger is the possible tearing off of a piece of the Negev from Israel in order to create a common border between Egypt and Jordan Such a scheme is being talked for both Israel and about in the Egyptian press and y turn out to be very I seems to be favored by Britain for or the Jewish State strategic reasons ... It would give if the] suggest the reBritain the possibility of withdrawIirael of a portion of ing its armed forces from the Suez, fugee in order to ap-1 as requested by Egypt, and to move ab rulers who are be-1 than to Jordan where they would the State Departremain close to the suez must not be forgotten' At present, such a transfer of kighl) important that htcndations should not Mher surprise to Amer; leader. This is no caught napping nemberof the Senate er "compromise" recBritish forces from the Suez to Jordan would require their passage of Israel territory in the Negev The third possible danger is in the internationalization of Jerusalem on which the Arab countries, except Jordan, insist under the pretext that there is a decision of the United Nations to this effect ... It seems that the US Government is not interested in this issue at present, but the Vatican is, and no one can foretell what the State Department's stand on' the issue may be if the policy of j appeasing the Arab rulers continues .. The fourth danger is a rej vision of the Israel-Syrian border! which Syria requests and which lane] cannot afford to accept because of water power projects I The fifth, and greatest, danger is the possibility of an American, or Anglo-American, imposition of a solution of the Arab-Israel dispute on terms unacceptable to Israel which is eager to conclude peace with the Arabs but on reasonable terms There is also, of course, the danger of Britain and America's supplying modern arms to the Arab countries in quantities which would substantially change the present balance of armed power between these countries and the Jewish State. JEWISH GENERALS: A very interesting book on Jewish participation in military life in the Western World during the last 60 years has just been published in England under the title, 140 Jewish Marshals. Generals and Admirals The author. E, Rubin, has done a good deal of research on the Jewish military leaders in various armies, except the Soviet Army ... He has no chapter on Jewish generals PAGE 5 C in the USSR because of the impossibility of freely checking facts there However, his chapters on Jewish military leaders in other countries contain material of great value to Jewish historians They give the biographies, the military activities and the promotions of each Jewish general and admiral in 15 countries, including the United States ... It must, however, be pointed out here that the list of the Jewish generals and admirals in the American forces is far from being complete There is no mention, for example, of Rear Admiral Lewis Strauss, who is now President Eisenhower's special assistant on atomic energy matters Nor do we find Brigadier General David Sarnoff, or Brigadier General Morris C. Troper, as well as a number of others The country which figures in the book with the largest number of Jewish generals and admirals is Italy with 40 names, followed by Frances with 26 names The United States has 23, names listed, and England is represented with more than 15 names .'. The book is being distributed in the United States by j Bloch Publishing Company. Goodwill Group Meeting The Goodwill Group of Greater Miami will meet on Tuesday, March 24th, 7:30 p.m.. at the McAllister Post, 1608 SW 27th Avenue. SUNtWMIK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM roe atST. COMVAI c*cr ct AMD 'j-."'< kfc • %  io'r covai a* _M.ArM rtO"i_*. 01HITI RGRRETER! f SO SWEET! SO HtAVY-BODIED! SO DELICIOUS! You'll love its real old-fashioned goodness.' INDUSTRIES CO., INC., CANANDAIGUA, N, Y. • Distributed by World Wide Importing & Exporting Co. 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PAGE 6 C Miss Rosner Wears Sister's Bridal down Mr. and Mrs. Abe Rosner. of 1460 West Avenue. Miami Beach, announce the marriage of their daughter. Sandra, to Sheldon Green, son of Mr. and Mrs. Art Green. 7500 Abbott Avenue. The ceremony took place on Sunday at the Kneseth Israel Congregation. with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating. The former Miss Rosner was married on her birthday and on the wedding anniversary' of ner twin sister. Mrs Abe Friedman, whose bridal gown she wore. Mrs Friedman acted as matron of hon or. White nylon marquisette over taffeta fashioned the skirt of the gown. The bride's bodice was of lace. A seed pearl crown held her fingertip veil, and she carried a bouquet of white orchids. Mr. Friedman was best man. Ushers were Martin Saxon. Rich ard Renick. Carl Warner. Ronald Levy. Harvey Stein and Lawrence Craig. Following a wedding trip to New Orleans, the couple will re9.leislincrk#*ri Mrs. ihtHn Green side at 1375 • 13th Terrace. Miami Beach Mr Green is now in the WTVJ production department Scmuel.Reinhard (centeri receives a plaque for his service to Yeshiva Torah Vodaath and Mesivta from David Levinson (left), as Councilman Gernard Frank looks on. Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard were honored during a Sunday dinner at the Hotel Edward, with Levinson and Frank srvinq as co-chairmen. Bidu Sayao Begins American Career Under Toscanini Bidu Styao, who will be the featured performer with the University .f Miami Symphony Orchestra under the baton of John Bitter on Sunday and Monday evenings. March 29th and 30th, at the Miami Beach and Dade County Auditoriums, is one of the most fascinating personalities of the music world today. MOM Sayao was born into one ,of the oldest families in Rio as Balduina de Oliveria Sayao. Bidu i.i diminutive. She grew up on a big island banana plantation ringed by a private four mile beach facing Botafoga Bay in Rio. She was educated at home by tutor.ibefitted the daughter of a wealthy Brazilian family. When she was in the pigtail period, she rode spirited horses around the family fazenda and never dreamed that one day she would be a worldfamous prima donna. Neither did her parents. Young Bidu's hobby was theatre. A physician uncle, with a talent for verse making used to write monologues for her which she would recite at performances for charities That was her only dramatic outlet. Until she was fourteen. IffJM. Sayao thought very' little of music She studied piano, but without enthusiasm, and liked to sing Confiding this to her in dulgcnt uncle, she loved music as well as theatre. He took her secretly to a Roumanian voice teacher in Rio. Mme. Theodorini. The latter heard her sing, said her voice had great possibilities and told her -he must study. In 1936. Bidu Sayao was in New York as a tourist when she met Arturo Toscanini at a party. The Maestro turned to her and asked: "Did you ever sing Debussy's BlessDamozel No." Bidu Sayao answered. Then go home and learn it We will rehearse it with the Philharmonic next week." Engel, Effemon Wedding Announced Newlyweds Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kffenson are now residing on Mi ami Beach. Announcement of the couple's marri-::* has been made by the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs Sydney Engel. of 7777 Tatum Waterway Drive. Miami Beach. The bride is the former Edythe F. Engel. Mr. Effenson is The son of Mr. Jack Effenson, Miami, and Mrs. Sally Aronson. Boston. Massachusetts. The wedding took place at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel on March 8th. with Rabbi Simon April officiating. Maid of honor was Miss Lenora Kerstman. Lawrence Engel acted as best man. The bride graduated from Lindsey Hopkins Vocational High School. Mr. Effenson is a Marine Corps veteran and is now in the banana importing business. %  r *tn. Mania J. Mostows Are Honored Mr. and %frs. Abraham Mostow were tendered a reception at the Young Israel Synagogue last Sat-1 unlay evening on the occasion of Mr. Mostow's recovery from a proj longed illness. Hosts at the affair were Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Zinnamon, civic and religious leaders. Mr. Zinnamon.! who is an officer and member of' the Board of Directors of Temple ] Beth Sholom, was one of the Temple's charter founders. Toastmaster at the celebration was Solomon Lobel, president of the Young Israel Synagogue who assisted the Zinnamons with Mrs. Saturday Eva Lobel Guest' speakm greetings were Rabbit I dron and Alexander S.< cipal of The Hebrew, Among the invited | Mr. and Mrs Ma Mrs. T Sarason, Mr Spund. Dr. Irwin H. mon (layman. Mr a_ Beiger. Mrs. Julius Tn and MrC. Bullnun,, Sherry. Jacob Kaufman.| Mrs. A M. Siegel adl Mrs. Witt Cantor Jacob Tambor|, a program of musical i during the evening. 2/ N Aathan Xaiiicd Small riaims Court 1 Judge Appointment of Raymond G. Nathan. Miami lawyer, as judge of the Dade County Small Claims Court was announced in Tallahassee Wednesday by Governor Dan McCarty. The court, set up to handle legal actions involving claims up to $250. came into being March 1st, under a 1951 legislative act It will take over most of the small claims work which has been over-burdening peace justice courts in recent years. Nathan, informed of his appoint men! Wednesday afternoon, said he will begin holding court as soon as a clerk is appointed and as soon as courtroom facilities are provided. Balkin At Oneg Shabbat j A feature of the Oneg Shabbat I to be held on Friday. March 20th. at the Congregation Monticello Park will be an address by Gilbert J. Balkin, executive director of the | Anti Defamation League. South eastern Region, according to Jules Klion. president of the Congregation Balkin will discuss: The Obituaries LOUIS SONNENBERG 71. president of the Manhattan Stationery Co.! New York, died Wednesday A winter visitor for the last 20 yean, he lived at 1565 Collins Ave., Miami Services will be in New York with Beach Memorial Funeral Home handling local arrangements. Mr Sonnenberg is survived by a son. Ben. and a brother, Irving, both of New York LOUIS CORDON 64. of 1821 James Ave.. Miami Beach, retired furniture manufac turer. died Tuesday. He came from Chicago 12 years ago He is survived by a son. James, of Chicago. Beach Memorial Funeral Home is arranging services in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Mostow (left) were honored! ception Saturday evening tendered by Mr. and MmX Zinnamon (right) at Young Israel Synagogue of "* Workmen's Circle Workmen's Circle Women's Club, Branch No. 692, will hold a donor dinner on Sunday, March 22nd. 6 p.m., at the Lyceum, 25 Washington Avenue. Members of the club decided to underwrite all expenses connected with the dinner. Chanties which will benefit from the proceeds are the UJA, Israeli institutions, the Y. L. Peretz School, the Cancer Sanatorium m the City of Hope and other cultural and health organizations. Entertainment will consist of songs by Luba Roy. with Paul Millupborn i Hi.. Hold stone at the xylopt erary reading and i Sonia Roseman. fin* of the club, is cruimq dinner Symphony Club The next Preview the University of Mul Club will take pl March 27th. 12:30 p.| ami Women's Ci Clarke will be th and Marion Seifert. sing a group of song* &d na> w && i mm m JBP m m SUCCESSFUL RALLY: Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt is shown receiving the thanks of Julian Venezky. of PeOria (left), national chairman of the Executive Committee. State of Israel Bonds and Joseph Rose, chairman of the Miami area, at the Defend Israel Rally in the Miami Beach Auditorium. Mrs. Roosevelt was guest speaker at the rally last Thursday. X. Cuttin gJfadMWirt J* birthday cak. ax. (toll to right) Ruth Oltoi. ^J^ff Klein' 22T C< ~ rdm or EUa Beckerman and Ro~ Honigbaum. Not ho> *, Klein. ROM L. vi ,an. Mu* Ro*xl yn Ktoin. 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MARCH 20. 1953 Jjg&UUterl&nn PXCEE 7 C bbi Silver Assails •o-Arab Propaganda LRK (JTA)—"Mischievanda" which is being Iro-Arab elements to the "the American Governespecially favored the %  ael and has poured faof money into that s assailed here by Dr. l, el Silver at a dinner he formal opening of the jcwipaiKn of the United of Greater New cr pointed out that Israel ljv ed from the United ivernment only $276,000,i and contrasted that with of more than $30,000,Ipven to all countries reach aid in the first five [years and the $7,000,000.i on foreign aid last year tailing that some of the wiving IS Government "oldest and most powEurope." l>r. Silver deew State of Israel, recovi the ravages of invasion 1 harassed by the continuoycott and blockade, conLith the necessity of abfcoo.OOO impoverished refof defending its fronIhe very time that it was lp the machinery of government and layin? the bases for its agricultural and industrial development, has received since its founding aid in the amount of $276,000,000, half of which was in the form of a loan from the ExportImport BanR, which is being repaid at three and a half percent interest." Dr. Silver emphasized that "Israel is profoundly grateful for the aid which it has received from this country, whidi was the first to grant it recognition and which did so much to bring it into existence." By so doing, he pointed out, the United States has assured for itself and mankind, "a faithful and dependable ally for freedom and demrocray in a most critical and strategic area of the world." The recent violent outburst and denunciation both of Israel and of Zionism on the part of the Zovist bloc are clear proof of this fact, he stressed. •Whatever aid the United States will deem it wise and just to extend to Israel in the future as part of its foreign aid program will of course be deeply appreciated by the hard-pressed young State of Israel," he continued. "A strong Israel will be a deterent to any attempt at aggression on the part of any unreconciled neighbor-and will insure peace in a part of the world where an outbreak of war may be difficult to localize." Dr. Silver called for continued support by American Jews of efforts to strengthen Israel economially. He particularly asked increased contributions to the United Jewish Appeal to speed the absorption of 240,000 recently arrived immigrants who "still dwell in the economic wasteland of temporary villages under "primitive conditions." William Rosenwald, a national chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, voiced a plea to the Soviet Union's new Premier, Georgi Malenkov, and to those who rule the Communist world with him, to allow the Jews of the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, "who now live in dread of renewed persecution," to emigrate to Israel. Speaking after receiving an award for distinguished service to the causes represented in the UJA, Mr. Rosenwald said: "It is not too late for the masters of Kremlin to change the antiJewish and anti-Israel policies which are indicated by their recent actions and pronouncements. Today, the Leadership of the Soviet Union is in new hands. Malenkov and those who rule with him have it in their power to reverse the ominous trend of Soviet anti-SemMetropolitan Division CJA leaders launch the door-to-door campaign in the Southwest area at a kickoff breakfast last Sunday. Shown greeting principal speaker Rabbi lames G. Heller (second from right) are Rabbi Morris Skop; Jimmie Kopelowitz, Miami chairman; Harry Zukernick, Metropolitan chairman; Rabbi Heller; and Irving Saal, Southwest area chairman, itism. They have it in their power, manity: They can remove the issue to let the Jews emigrate." Mr. Rosenwald expressed a belief that such a move would have an ameliorative effect on the cold war. "The Communist rulers," he stated, "can show the world that of anti-Semitism from the struggle between East and West and thus help to relieve the tensions which shake* our world. Such an action would give to millions of people all over the world a renewthe Kremlin has not lost all hued hope for peace." licious Passover Treat *-* fiiff 'Vf:Wtf. >'Jtfi .'ANSWER to Passover refreshment problem is found in | cookies—delicately flavored with coffee and topped with bits of nuts—served with tall glasses of chilled Rokeach; uice. This recipe is one of many holiday foods developed in t kitchen of I. Rokeach and Sons. MOCHA NUT BARS i EUte (Israel) bitter-twee' 1 cup sugar '•' %  < % %  1/4 teaspoon sail inch ihorlcning I tablespoon Rokeach Instant coffee •., cup silted Passover cake meal '/a Cup chopped nuts kit chocolate and shortening; cool. Beat eggs and sugar; blenj I chocolate and shortening. Gradually stir in coffee and cafe Turn into two well-greased 9-inch-square pans; sprir 1 Wte in a moderately slow oven (325* F.) 20 to 25 >e still warm. inkle with! minutes. >er can be a week enlivative fare, depending upon the I meils that are excitingly ingenuity of the woman in the •fit can be a time for kitchen. self to unimaginTo assist the Jewish homemakpig one'' I TO SERVE OUR JEWISH CUSTOMERS McArthur Jersey Farm Dairy Provide KOSHER FOR PASSOVER Products • CREAM • SOUR CREAM • COTTAGE CHEESE | Your Orders with Your Driver or Call 84-4521 6851 N.E. 2nd AVENUE GLASS FOB EVERY PURPOSE %  T* FRONT PLATE tad WINDOW CLAM Tops. B*rUd Mirrora sad fUritortag On SpectaltT BAH*" mnd Mirror Work* PASOTISPHONE MW4 RUN IRVISG GORDON er in planning tempting menus within the restrictions set by her religion, I. Rokeach & Sons, manufacturers of Kosher foods since 1870, have added several new items this season to their list of over fifty Passover products. Since chicken or turkey is traditionally served as a main dish on one of the Seder nights, Rokeach has announced the appearance of a jellied cranberry sauce on its 1953 holiday list. Removed from its sixteen-ounce tin, the bright red shimmering mold imparts a festive atmosphere suitable for the joyous occasion of Passover, yet it requires no effort on the part of the busy homemaker. Rokeach fruit products will be on the shelves this year as additional answers to the perennial problem of finding quick, economical Passover desserts. Top grade Bartlett pears, packed in a heavy syrup, have been introduced, as have equally delicious and extra-flavorful Elberta peach halves. Both are packed in No. 2'/ 2 cans. Good news for those following diets, who find it difficult to meet the -double problem of religious and medical restrictions, is the inclusion of dietetic stewed prunes in the Rokeach Passover selections. The nourishing prunes come in a 16-ounce jar, ready to be served in a variety of ways. Gefillte fish, always ranking high among popular holiday delicacies, is now available in a sixteen-ounce jar of giant-sized pieces, enough for four portions. As usual, gefillte fish is also available in regular-sized pieces, sold in 16 or 32-ounce jars, and in the small fishbit size, suitable for cocktails and hors d'oeuvres. that comes in a 16-ounce glass jar Another Rokeach innovation for 1953 is a pure, soluble coffee, rabbinically sanctioned for Pass over use. 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PAGE 8C *L*L tf fork/toll. Our UN Newsletter By ARTHUR LEWIS (Copyright, 1953, Jewish Telegraohic Ag.ncy. Inv.) UNITED NATIONS-Ever since the American elector, tbjre haj been -some concern among Zionists about the new AJgJ*gJ attitude toward the Middle East. In fact, it has beer, taken for < here, not only among delegates friendly to towl ^i**£ tomato at large, that the Eisenhower goveraianl wooW haw pro-A tendencies, if only to be different from the Truman reg m e. Thus the question being asked in the corndors at the I n, Nations is: how far would these American pro-Arab, tendwcie. go and to what extent would they affect Israel? Among the pessimists, and they are a flounsh.ng ^breed here, there have been predictions that the United States wold now apply the policy of "equal treatment" to the states In he Middle M. This would, of course, mean discriminate against Israel. F.^ exam pie: under this so-called policy of "equal treatment, h s,af would be allowed .0 buy a single jet ptan.. with the tm* &f ••-* Israel would have one jet plane while the Arab States_ which a e combined in an aggressive alliance against the Jewish State wou d have seven. Thus "equal treatment" is a discrimination of one to "^Actually, we have nol had much indication ol whal the new administrations attitude toward the Middle Easl would be Thai is why there ,. considerable interest in the recent statements ol Senator RoDert Tafl and Secretarj ol State John Foster Du Senator Tali said that the prevention of any Communist onslaught in ,,„. M %  ,... contingent on a peace settlement beti eei el and the M-.ii. States, only in such a way, could the l nited 1 the united fronl irHhat area which it wanted The Senator fell that the consolidation ol 1economic structure would benefit .he %  ,. He stress, i the necessitj ol the United States continuing "our polio "' assistance to Israel" as an answer to the Kremlins anti-Brael laign There had been some waste in the assistance provided by the United States abroad, Senator Taff said, but added that he had "never heard of anyone saying "that one cent of money that has gone to Israel has been wasted." At the same time, the Senator declared that the economic stiength of the Arab States should also be our concern and can be built up by American aid or in other ways." While Senator Taft, who was speaking at the National Leadership Conference of the Israel Bond Organization in Washington, was not absolutely clear in his statement, Mr. Dulles was much more specific in the first press conference he gave at the United Nations. When the Secretarj of State was asked by an Arab correspondent il the Administration's new approach to the Middle Bast the cor indent mentioned in framing the question itpurported pro Irab enc ies he replied thai higovernment had a new approach to many problems. Mr. Dulles described It aa "new look" and said that he felt it was possible to do better in the future than in the past He was anxious to see an increase in security in the Middle Hast but added, and he was quite categorical in this, that the area could not be strengthened without a restoration ol peace between Israel and the Aral) -'aleCutler Announces Candidacy For Miami Beach City Council; Calls For Changes \ Budd (utler. Miami Beach active in community affairs. He „ Ionl( ,s announces his candidacy is presently the president of Trop{or city Council in the Miami leal Lodge. B'nai Bnth. a member „,,„.„ election, on June 2. 1953. of the Board and Executive ComCutler planto campaign on the mittee of the Greater Miami Jew platform Miami Beach 1our jsh f or nmunily Center and a mem home town'" |,cr of the Board of the Men's Club Cutler's supporters feel tha m Beach fc ( ^ the past the emphasis in cltj M" *" ,,,„,;„.„, bas been upon the de He is also active in the Junior velopment of Miami Beach comchamber of Commerce-. menially While recognizing the Before coming to Miami Beach. importance ol the tourist economy, ne sprver | j n the Combat'Engineers the candidate said this week "that gg |ne 102nd Infantry Division in the time has come to make a WorW War n 0 change in emphasis, so thai cit) T | u carr ,p ;UKri headquarters for government will be directed toA Hu()( | cutter for Miami Beach wardmaking Miami Beach 1 bet(jtv ( minc ji are located at One tor place in which to live and raise jm .„ ln Road Building. 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[y, MARCHMJ^ GREENBERG IS DEAD 0B K-Dr. Hayim Greenwere attended by more than 500 *Je*Jstncridia,rL PAGE 9 C ember of the Jewish Agcn tivc and one of the foreptemporary philosophers of died at his home here irday morning after a prollness. enberg is survived by his |Lea. and a son, Emanuel. ney. of Dr Greenberg's death Israelis and messages of v were received by the agency in New York from ling Israel personalities, „ne Minister David Beni close personal friend who tly sought Dr. Greenberg's jiber of the Jewish Agenutive and long a leader of or Zionist movement. Dr. rg was an outstanding fig|jie world Zionist scene for an 35 years as editor, esrator and political theoretierg's advice and opinions Lays solicited by the top (leaders In recent years, Jinister Ben-Gurion had freIsought his advice and anaIproblcms affecting the refctween Israel and overseas Dr. Greenbcrg played a Die in the United Nations lions which led to the esent of Israel by winning ny of the Latin American i to the Jewish cause. ill of the Department for and Culture of the Kionist Organization, Dr. K directed efforts to forge pltural ties between Israel the world over, partickose in the United States kin American countries. pe past year alone, his DeI organized and conducted seminars and lecture six countries, including I the United States, which low time. J i' teachers of Hebrew, students and student-teachers from all parts of the world. The Department has also been instrumental in providing trained Israeli teachers to fill vacant posts in several South American communities. In New York it is the co-sponsor, witb Columbia University, of the Center of Israeli Studies on the Columbia campus. Dr. Greenbcrg, who was selftaught in both Hebrew and Russian, was born in 1889, in the Bessarabian village of Todoristi. He joined the Zionist movement while a boy and, at the age of 15, delivered his first address at an illegal Zionist demonstration jn Russia. While still in his teens he moved to Odessa, then one of the great centers of Russian Jewry and plunged into the Jewish cultural and Zionist circles dominated by such historic figures as Bialik and I Ussishkin. As a young man, he emerged as I one of the key personalities in the I revival of Hebrew culture and letjters among European Jewry. He excelled as an orator and essayist on philosophical and cultural subjects and Jewish ethics. He was the outstanding theoretician of the Labor Zionist movement which envisaged a Jewish National Home built on the principles of socialism. While his political convictions were strong, he was able to see both sides of an issue and never hesitated to argue for an opposing point of view if he felt it was correct. These qualities won him the respect and admiration of his contemporaries including his bitterest political opponents. "Though he may be partisan in his party affiliation," a contemporary wrote of him, "his warm humanity and spiritual qualities know no boundaries, political or otherwise." Dr. Greenbcrg had long been active in the editorial field. The outbreak of World War One found him in Moscow editing the Russian-Jewish weekly, Rassweit—The Dawn. For a time after the March revolution of 1917. he was an in-! %  tractor in medieval Jewish literature and Greek drama at the University of Charkov and was also a lecturer at the Kiev Academy. The Bolshevik revolution and the anti Zionist policies of the Soviet Gov-, ernment led to his several arrests. In 1921, he left Russia and moved to Berlin where he edited Haolam — The World — official weekly of i the World Zionist Organization. He also edited the Zionist monthly Atideou—Our Future. Dr. Greenbcrg settled in the : United States in 1924. and became editor of the Yiddisher Kempfer— The Jewish Fighter—Yiddish language organ of the Labor Zionist i Organization of America. In 1934, he became editor of the group's English magazine. The Jewish Frontier. He held both these posts until his death. Dr. Greenberg was elected to the Jewish Agency Executive at the 22nd World Zionist Congress in Basle. Switzerland, in 1946. His philosophy was eloquently expressed in an address he delivered before the 23rd Zionist Congress in Jerusalem, in August, 1951, on the relationship between Israel and the rest of world Jewry, particularly the Jews of America and the West. He said: "The American Jew (and where ever I use the word American' my remarks might equally well be applied to a number of other Western countries) is bound by objective circumstances to live in a certain cultural dualism which must naturally be reflected in his educational process. Culturally, he is at one and the same time both an American and a Jew Now, in order to avoid harmful complexes, as well as conflicts with their environment, Jews in the West must clearly and boldly declare their cultural dualism and uphold its legitimacy. Idf some see in this a 'double set of I *-05JZZ accounts' we need not argue over terms and expressions. I am pre j pared to accept this description. faTSrSJSlTL bta ? M?Y "**• their workers' kits and assignments in readiness dav of me Hnofli A PP eal u klckoU More than 330 volunteers participated in the first Lmk? 7 ( ,? Va l 8 ; bnng A ng the ,0,al CJA cam P ai gn ^* above the million man KZ lo.f R Wn PI?/EftS? 0 Zeltzer B Liberman M Samuel Gertner. Hyman Kam, Jack Regal and Abe Whitehouse. r I to select nily Mate. fhen select Du should pmily. Don't put it off fee your survivors 0 it alone, in great haste k'ow. •fiU cmmi>:'y InitiivKon to|orphone lot lnfriflng boMti. lount Sinai iwia! Park" *'" Jo wish *<1Hional pmefory :ASH PRICES! 9 Sqles Offices: I 1 S -W. 8th St. 4-5407 What causes friction and trouble are not so much 'double' or parallel accounts as the keeping of secret accounts." Speaking of the effect of Israel jon the rest of 4ewry. Dr. Greenberg said: "The influence of present day Israel can be a fertilizing j factor for Jewish cultural life in the Diaspora only on one condition: if the civilization of Israel should lean on certain, so to speak, extra-' geographical elements in traditional Jewish culture, elements that | have shown their ability to sur-1 vive without the support and nour\ ishment of a national soil. I find it hard to express this point clearly, and I should like as far as possible to avoid using abstract or | philosophical terms. In a sense. I one may say that the Jews have for many centuries — throughout the so-called Galut period — lived I more in the sphere of time than in i the sphere of space "Undoubtedly, a civilization with out a soil of its own, without territorial bounds, is from many an-' gles an abnormal phenomenon. But ; Jews were successful in sublimating this abnormality The Jew! ish capacity for living creatively,' as a people, in the sphere of time alone has been sadly depleted. This : is not the place nor the time to analyze the historical causes that deprive us of that rather unique capacity. But we know that not only our political and socio-economic position in many countries of the Diaspora but also our spiritual and cultural station everywhere demand that we resume national life in the sphere of space, of territorial rootedness and of politi-1 cal independence ... I would be less than honest with you if I failed to note in a few words a new spiritual danger which may arise from the accentuation — or rather, the hyper emphasis — of our new j orientation toward space ." Mrs. Rose L. Halprin. acting chairman of the Jewish Agency Executive, issued the following Statement on behalf of the Executive: •The passing of Hayim Greenberg deprives his colleagues on the Jewish Agency Executive of a wise, kind and deeply understanding counsellor and deprives Zionism and world Jewry of one of its great contemporary moral leaders and cultural guides. In a career; which spanned several continents, he was witness to severe crises for his people from which he emerged with increased faith in the ethical verities of Jewish history'The American Jewish c o m m unity, I amidst whom he has lived for a : major part of his life, the people of Israel whose state and society he has helped to shape, and Jewish communities throughout the world stand bowed jn grief at the passing of a great teacher." PROGRESSIVE COUNTRY An Israeli visited America. He rented a room and immediately inquired of his landlord about the various regulations. "What time", he asked, "can I get hot water?" "Oh, you have hot water twentyfour hours of the day," said the landlord. "And what time can be use the electricity?" "The electricity is also available throughout the day," said the landlord. "And on what day can I buy eggs?" "Any time you want, just go into a grocery store," said the landlord. "To think of it," commented the Israeli. "I always thought America was a progressive country, but you are back where wc in Israel were fifteen years ago." AVAILABLE AT ALL LEADING MARKETS Clicquot Club KOSHER FOR PASSOVER GINGER ALE SPARKLING WATER AND ORANGE in full 32 ounce quarts DAY WORKUS S5 i $6 and Far* COLORED MAIDS PART TIME OR FULL TIME IN PRIVATE HOMES SPECIALIZING Hotel Meids Porters DUhwathen ACE EMPLOYMENT 1W N-E. 1st Av. fh. 9.3*07 No Chargo to Employer KOSHER FOR PASSOVER Under the supervision of RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF oi Congregation Beth Jacob Miami Beach nD95 TO3 Bottled and Distributed by SOUTHERN BEVERAGES INC. PHONE 64-7633 :



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PAGE IOC +JmuJBixj&gm = .FRIDAY Sehor Named VP At Regional Meet of CJFWF Herbert Scher. of Miami, has been elected vice president at a recent Southeastern Regional Conference of the I'ouncil of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. Other regional officers elected include Barney Medintx, Atlanta, president; Sydney Lewis. Richmond, vice president; David Blumberg. Knoxville, vice president; Alex Rittenbaum, Birmingham, vice president; and Lester Sherrick, Norfolk, chairman of the Regional Finance Committee. Delegates to the regional conference resolved that the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds should encourage the (level opment of local community rela tions programs "utilizing all avail able national, regional and local resources in the community." Other deliberations included resolutions expressing "horror over the accusations and vilifications by the Communist dominated countries of Europe against the Jews in those countries, against the Jews in Israel and against Jews every where", calling for change in the present McCarran Immigration Act and for furth-r C.IFWF study of the "interrelated problems of aged care" and extended social services for children and the aging. Younq Adults Plan Coronation Kail To Raise Funds For iUS CSA Hrive \qudath Israel Founds Worth lleaeh Vaad Samuel i.andau. president of Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute, announces that a Vaad Hakash ruth has been organized for the area of North Miami Beach which includes Surfside. Normandy Isle. Treasure Island. Little River and Baj Harbor Island Landau said that the Vaad will be directed by Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. Serving as officers will he Landau, chairman; Robert Keller, treasurer: and Hersch Weiss, secretary. The Committee consists of Morris Babok. Jacob Karzen, Har2 Kaplan Loui, The Younq Adults Unit of the Combined Jewish Appeal plans a dance and social for Sunday, March 29th, in behalf of the 1953 campaign to raise funds for Israel relief and for local institutions. Shown at Federation offices preparinq distribution of tickets for the affair are (left to right) Joan Weiss, dance chairman, and members of the Solicitation Committee. Sue Hertz and Flora Eichner. The event will be a Coronation Ball in the Empress Hotel. filled out honor roll awards which A Coronation Ball to raise funds ^ thp names flf tenanls par tj c ipatfor the Combined Jewish Appeal jng jn he Combincd Jewish Ap will be sponsored by the Young, ppa| M((rc han 2(m apartment Adults Division on Sunday. March ^^ mana) ors are participating 29th. at the Empress Hotel, it DML hc campaiKn „, raise funds for been announced ny F.fra.m Gale. emcrgc|)CV relief in lsrae ,, ove rseas coordinator of the Young Adults to n a host o{ health and Division. The benefit affair is headed by welfare agencies throughout the Chairman Joan Weiss She is re-! United States and in Greater MiSo fresh r Compare fyr f ^ 0 us ceiving the assistance of presidents of nearly 40 young adult organizations in Dade County. The social event will climax many weeks of intensive organization work to insure complete coverage of all pledges in this unit. Joined with the Youth Division, the Young Adults have a total quota of $5,000 in the current camami. The Apartment House-Motel Unit has a quota of $25,000 in the current campaign. Total campaign goal is $1,398,000. A record has been set by Mrs. Morris Kogan. assisting Mrs. Saul Herman, on the Combined Jewish Appeal Life Saver's Luncheon. Mrs. Kogan sold 41 tickets to You don't save time by speeding. I m Compare essi*"**. paign which has been accelerated i he Women's Division affair which in recent weeks. climaxed its fund raising activities Assistmg Joan Weiss with ar-. jfJ ^^ )f hc Appca| on Tu


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sa^PSSi +Jm>ist>nrw*f*>„ PAGE 11C e W S In SpOrtS FoodF !" rStar*HVtMz e T h<>r*m*h Sanitation Pramr am By BILL WOLF Lball >ta rs of thc past [iip brightly when fans (ho exploits of Jewish Uo have been in the LaghOUl baseball hisi spnn; exhibition ^ames nder way and the openC [round Ihe corner, the Ipe to go nostalgic and • some of the most imporI of vears K"ne by. GREENBERG: While avinR days are over, he fccy figure in baseball as Onager of the Cleveland he former first baseman [be remembered for his ho diamond. His greatest ijevcmcnt was hitting 58 j in 1938. to come within firm (he mark held by h. Detroit gave Hank a [in 1SW. after he had nint of money for thc (abruptly shipping him to I. Greenbcr^ is to be renot only for his excelng but for his contributing baseball a more game. He has been a crimination, and as genger of Cleveland, he has has come to be known lost democratic team in |His assistance in breakharriers av.ain.st Negro las also contributed to I easier for a Jewish ath*ak into baseball V KLING: This player nly the firsi Jewish basc• in the majors but was |of thc best catchers in of the game. Kling Chicago Cubs in 1901. no part of the famous lEvers-to Chance squad. |of adequate records for robs us of much valubrmation about Kling. lone statistic shows that 1.312 in the 1906 World bat this high in those fcn the ball was not as ft is now. was a tremenpplishment. Kling died of 71, in 1947 .COHEN: The famous raw was convinced that i good business to find a layer who might attract | the Polo Grounds. Andy the answer to his r'hen took over at second he Ghmts to replace Rogb>' in the late 1920's. Co%  light hard against antifcults before he was finpled'" in the game. Cokjli'l a good hitting and jrpcord but was always overshadowed by thc magnificeni record of his predecessor. He play ed about three years in the majors MOE BERG: Known as one oi the most educated men in Base ball. Berg doubled as a catchei and a linguist. In 1927, he started as a catcher for thc Chicago White | Sox and later played for Cleveland I and Boston. A graduate of ColumI bia Law School, he speaks nine | languages. In 1941. he was appoint |ed good will ambassador to South America for the US Government HARRY DANNING: "Harry the Horse," as his nickname went, was one of the Giants' top catchers in the thirties. An excellent man behind the plate, Harry endeared himself to Giant fans. His biggest drawback was his slowness. Harry was a strong hitter and proved to be a mighty asset to the Giants His career ended when he went into the Army in WorlcTWar II. AL SCHACHT: No list of out standing Jewish stars would be complete without Schacht wh< earned the title of Clown Prince of Baseball. Schacht started off as a pitcher and played for the Washington Senators. A knee injury ended his career in 1924, when he began coaching. He became known as a very funny man who made fans roar with his antics as a baseball clown. In 1937. he stopped coaching but continued to make people laugh. In World War II. he entertained US troops throughout the world • > Seidman Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of thc late Isaac Seidman. formerly of 824 N.W. 7th Street Road. Miami, Will take place Sunday, March 22nd, 1 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. He is survived by his wife, Bessie, three sons, Leo of Plainfield, Connecticut, Abe of Mousup, Connecticut, Gabriel of Norfolk, Virginia, and one daughter, Mrs. Joseph Botnick of Stamford Springs, Connecticut. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Pictured above is one of the 24 Food Fair Stores in this area. Agudath Israel Installs Installation of officers of the Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute will take place on Sunday evening. 7:30 p.m., at the Broadmoor Hotel. Installing officer will be Harold Shapiro. Cantor Maurice Mamchcs. of Beth David Congregation, will present a program of Orkin Exterminators are now in much larger quarters on the MacArthur Causeway at 509 NE 13th Street. According to Leo Lefkowitz. pest control sales manager, Orkin's service to Miamians has increased rapidly during the past three years. Orkin exterminating experts have now instituted a new" program of sanitation work at the Food Fair Stores of Florida, Incorporated. Lefkowitz. accompanied by Lester Neis, a member of the Orkin Institute of Industrial Sanitation and an ex-California health official, recently madf an inspection of Food Fair stores as a preliminary to the introduction of Orkin's new floor-level sanitation program. "The purpose of the preliminary investigation," Lefkowitz said, "is to come up with recommendations for the individual stores regarding measures to be taken against conditions causing pest control." According to Lefkowitz and Neis, Food Fair stores takes among the most progressive precautionary measures against pest infestation they had ever seen in any large organization, whether dealers in foods or in other merchandise. "Food Fair." said Neis. "is as clean a chain of stores of its type to be found anywhere.'' The local Orkin office, under the management of Bernard Kolkana. is currently in the midst of preparing for its Absentee Service. This service takes care of homes here whose owners are vacationing in other parts of thc United States during the summer months. Orkin airs and exterminates pests in the homes, assuring owners of freshly ventilated and spotlesquarters upon their return here for the winter. Kalkana said that the Absentee Service is expanding this year. "Home owners." Kolkana explained, "recognize the value of allaround Orkin sen Use, and we are hard put to keep up With the company's constantly expanding pro-j gram in order to meet Miami's pest control and saniiation needl LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY fJIVEN thai the underaignod, desiring to engrave In hualni M undei the rtctutoun n ime of PRECISION HHKET METAL WORKS ai 1381 N Miami Avenue, Mla/nl, Intends < % %  reglatei said nami a.iili the Clerk of the Circuit Court of t>ade Countj. I )<• 'i.i. run.if TASHMAN CHERTKOF' A; KAUSil Attorneys for Applicant Ulympla Bids. :! :'"-:'; i :t-n> NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underslsne i. deatctns t" enrage In bualneaa under the flctuloua name of TAYLOR MADE HOMES, at S718 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Intenda tn registei said name with the Clerk of the Ciretlrt Court of Dade Bounty, Florida. JACK TAYLOR BWEET a WOLF Attorney! for Applicant 1102 Security Hldg. :< ::-:;7 — . Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ROSE DIAMOND 353 Cypreaa Avenue Bronx r,4. New York l"OU arthereby required t" aerve ;i copy of your Answer i" the mil of Complaint for Divorce on Plaintiff's Attorney, and t<> file Original Answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before the 17th day of April, I9S3; otherwise, the Bill I of Complaint heretofore filed "ill be ; taken .iconfessed by von. 1> \TKI> it Miami, Florida, thli iTih day of March, 1933 E i: LEATHKRMAN, Clerk "f thc Circuit Com i Dade County, Klo Qj VVM. W. STOCKING I k mt] C Name and a Vtt< rni v : NORMAN n LYONS 910-12 Florida :. --:: 4 ::m IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 157729 ISIDORE WEISER, Plaintiff, \ g. SOI'lllK WKISKl:, Defendant ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: SOPHIE WEISER 171" Hull Avenue Bronx, New Yi You me heiebj notified thai %  B n Complaint for Wvorce has been i it you and you are hereby required to gervi a ci pj "f your An~,!• to the inn of Complaint on Plaintiff's attoriu I nd f It the orlg Inal Anaw< r in the office > %  ( the Clerk ,,f the C lit i 'oui i on or before tli.16th daj of April, 1951; otherwise, tii< i %  : I I trill be taken gi i \ .u. I late : this ITU, da) of Mar B H LEATHERMAN i k ..r Clrcull '' Bj R H RICE, JH tSeall Deputs I (JKORGK .1 T U.IANOFF, ESQ. All. I ne> fur V : i in Roi i M Bei h, I : LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 15773D FLORENCE ROSE BRAYTON, Plaintiff, ALOYSICS ROBERT BRAYTON, I lefendant, ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: ALOYSIUS ROBERT BRAYTON 1212 Taylor Avenue Bronx, New York You herebj notified thai a B I of Complain! for Divorce haa been filed ajralnsl you and you are hereb requ red t" aei re .i cops of your anawei to the BUI of Complaint o Plaintiff's attorney and file Hie original Answ.-r in the offl I the C of the Clrcull Court, on oi before the lth da) of April, 1958: otherwise the allegations "i said Bill of Complain! will lie taken as confessed agalnsl you. Dated thla ITih day of March, lo3. K. IS LEATHERMAN Clerk of Circuit Court B) It II KICK. JR. (Seal) Deputy Clerk aBOROE J. TALIANOFF, B9Q. Attorney for Plaintiff IM Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Kiorlda 3 20-31 — 4/3-Hl IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDtCIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 157761 BTEPHEN J. VENBZIA, Plaintiff EMU. J. KASKMKTZ, Defendant, et als NOTICE TO APPEAR TO: Kmll .1. Kaaemeta, and If married, his unknown wife Kaaemeta; all parties claiming Interesl by, through. [ under or agalnsl Emll J. Kasemets and his unknown wife, ,n parties h it n or claiming to have any right, mic or Interest ;n the foil .wing descrlb"' 'I'J,', 1 M Block IM, Ida M-Stebbina Subdh Islon, Plal Book :>. page 183, of the public rec., ,,. County, Florida: I .nii allvj > If dead, in their unknown Ions, di egnteei I anti • „f y„u %  re %  notified thai a suit has been '* A" ,i„. above named court bj the p i.nt purpose of t lng^l .bove d propertj md rou and each ol you ,,, %  reoiil ed to %  a i '!'> of > % %  '< ., rjjnnkjlnt on 11„ula in attorney. Pred. i c-k N I ,-,, VJII l.iio-oln Itoad, Beach Morlda. and file the oi hTthe office of the Clerk of the I i rultC %  of ,..,.... c.univ. norida.on ,. the l.ib oay of April, t otherwise a decree pro confeaao a be •no,-. ,i uralnal you, Dated the 18.li ^A^SkK Clerk of said Court B) i: II KICK. JR. (Saall Deputy 1 lerk KREDERICK N BARAfi Mtorne) for Plaintiff 120 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida I 3-10 I PrlcsTi Urael s fishing fleet is being accomplishiwcitv ee i S 1 tr 0m e Israel Independence Bond Issue. liaeljL J and "^ fi bin 9 ha b- n expanded Iai i funds to approximately. 35.000 tons, thus r > closer to seU-aumciency in this important food ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATiON OUTFiTS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at 2-4366 ... -rue riBCIIIT COURT OF THE EL. EVEN T H JU Die I AL CIRCUIT IN, AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORfii IKT ruAN ERY, No. 15777-* IScHARD C £ TATSANT, PlalnUff, OfNA^OUINAN TAKi : ANT. n iiui; ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO : ANNA (ins w TARRANT !.;•• |...'i • V> ,: SERVBT^NOTI h \ Bill of Complain! for H hi* been filed aaalnal you, ari £nVffBBBERT n &"- Pleading In the offlc"f the Clera ,,f %  th. ciiv.iit Ceair! on or before the sth day f April. 1W. if vJ' ; to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against yon. DATED. March lh.. 1S-|3_ B B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court Dade County. Florida By M. C. GREEN (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk 3/20-27 — 1/3-10



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March 20, 1953

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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Full Text
l -Number 12
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
"" .. ... _........
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 20. 1953
PRICE: TEN CENTS
[ic Grows Behind Iron
tain; Jews Are Herded
ito Special 'Reservations'
(Copyright, 1953, by the Jewish Tlegrphic Agency, Inc.)
, .. ^ t, 'n Israel from Poland this week,
and guarded by the German Peo-1 .. _. rorrpsDondpn, tha,
K (JTA) Dispatches received here this week by the
bphie Agency from its correspondents at numerous points
I Curtain unfolded a pattern of growing #anic and terror
-ts in Communist-ruled territory.
Cunist dominated Hungary, Vienna dispatches reported,
[ Jews from their homes has been extended to a number
jid industrial centers
fa- along the Czecho-
Uav, Austrian and Ru-
lers.
led Jews are sent into
J the country to work
[labor projects. There
oil regularly to spe-
fcuthorities. Most of
lered to leave their
ion short notice. A
: is made by the po-
any have ever re-
tjm the Joint Distribu-
man Army officer of World War
I, who served with the Spanish
Loyalists under the name of Gen-
eral Gomez.
Panic Rising
A group of immigrants, arriving
I In Reservations
lermany, according to
reported from Frank-
bmmunist authorities
Jewish families in
Irvations" near the
in the vicinity of
Oder The German
tr Spiegel, said that
t outside of that city,
ne herded into tents
I in with barbed wire
pies Police. The "reservations," ac-
cording to Der Spiegel, are under
the administration of a special
Jewish section of the East Ger-
man Security Ministry known by
the code designation of P-6.
Orders have been issued by P-6
to separate families in the camps,
permitting only children under the
age of four to remain with their
mothers. The magazine said that
all resistance and protests are ruth-
lessly suppressed by a number of
measures, including the killing of
inmates "while trying to escape."
Der Spiegel added that "reserva-
tion" inmates are forced to ex-
change their clothes for a prison
garb consisting partly of uniforms
of the former Nazi Party.
The publication also reported
that the East German Ministry of
Security is headed by a veteran
Communist, Wilhelm Zaisser.
Zaisser is said to be a former Ger-
Anti-Zionists
\eak Out Openly
iTON FRIEDMAN
TON Anti-Zionists
| Department who con-
! bias during the Tru-
ktration are beginning
pmselves.
^publican Administra-
its new Israel-Arab
State Department offi-
| far as to read an anti-
*h on behalf of the
jter to Washington. He
Wright, officer in
Brkish affairs, who has
of prejudice against
February 24th, Wright
pge of an 'off-the-rec-
fnce of business execu-
1 Statler Hotel here to
b propaganda speech
loyalty of
Foundation's trustees, overseers,
and officers is lluminating. Among
them are:
Governor Christian A. Herter, of
Massachusetts, who is president of
the Foundation; Allen W. Dulles,
new chief of the Central Intelli-
gence Agency. Dulles was an orig-
inal executive committeeman of
HELP, an organization so violent-
ly anti-Zionist that Governor Her-
ter gave that as his reason for re-
signing from it. Governor Herter
said membership in HELP placed
him in an "inconsistent position"
Continued on Pe?e A
told the JTA correspondent that
the mounting panic among Jews in
Poland following the Prague trials
had been heightened by the Soviet
rupture of relations with Israel and
the attack on Jewish doctors in
Moscow.
The group numbered 23, most
of them aged. One of them report-
ed that he had burned all his He-
brew books, fearing that they
might be used to "prove" that he
was a "cosmopolitan." He said oth-
er Jews had done likewise and
that even active Jewish Commun-
ists now regretted they had not
registered for emigration to Israel.
Several of the immigrants ex-
pressed the opinion that Poland
would continue to permit small
number of Jews to leave for Israel
and that It would use that oppor-
tunity to rid itself of non-produc-
tive elements. The immigrants
said they had been allowed to take
with them only small objects. Such
items as gold rings, watches and
fountain pens had to be left be-
hind.
A trickle of Jewish refugees
from East Germany continued this
week to reach the relative security
of West Berlin. Fifty-two new ar-
rivals were counted in three days.
The total number of Jewish refu-
gees in West Berlin was given this
week as 530, about half of whom
had lived in the Soviet sector of
Berlin. They will be flown from
West Berlin to camps in Wesphal-
ia, Hesse, Wuerttemberg and
Baden.
Meanwhile, the Communist anti-
Semitic policy had repercussions
in Amsterdam when the Dutch
Communist Party ordered Dr. Ber-
nard S. Polak, a Dutch Jewish phy-
sician, to resign his posts as Com-
munist member of the City Coun-
cil and of the North Holland Pro-
vincial Legislature. His expulsion
from the party was forecast.
On the occasion of his 74th birthday, Yeshiva University nam-
ed its new medical college the Albert Einstein College of
Medicine. The non-sectarian institution will be constructed
in New York City. Shown are Dr. Samuel Belkin (left), presi-
dent of Yeshiva University, presenting a model of the pro-
posed medical college to Dr. Einstein (center) during a special
birthday party Sunday at Princeton. At right is New York
State Attorney General Nathaniel Goldsein. national chair-
man of the medical college campaign.
Name School For
Dr. Albert Einstein
PRINCETON America's first medical college under Jewish
auspices was named Sunday the Albert Einstein College of Medicine
at notification ceremonies held here in connection with the renowned
scientist's 74th birthday observance. Dr. Einstein became 74 on March
14th.
Simultaneously. Dr. Einstein discussed his new theory which aims
at explaining all physical laws. The |"~
new unified field theory is mathe-120 different cities in the United
matically correct, the white-haired j States and Canada were Present
scientist told a news conference.! |o witness the naming of the Col-
but he has "not been able to find j lege and the presentation to Dr.
out if there are any physical truths Einstein of a model of the pro-
. ., jected medical college building
ln .,, ..._ I with its facade bearing the name
Dr. Einstein told a news confer-K^ Einstein Col|ege q{ Medj.
ence that he has not been able to ^.^
determine whether the theory "is "
true in the ordinary sense of the The model was presented by
true in me oruirn y j Ngw york SMf Attorncy General
word' ,. ,, Nathaniel L. Goldstein who is serv-
The new medical college part of as national chairman of the
Yeshiva University, is to be local-; .. ., camoaien. Samuel
ed in New York City. It will be
constructed in the northeast Bronx
as the first unit of a $25,000,000
Medical Center, eventually to in-
clude Colleges of Dentistry, Nurs-
ing. Public Health, Post Graduate
studies and student dormitories.
Dr. Samuel Belkin, president of
medical college campaign. Samuel
S. Schneierson, of New York, a
member of the University's Board
of Trustees, also spoke.
Attorney General Goldstein an-
nounced that prior to the meeting
a little over $3,000,000 in cash and
pledges had been raised of the
v k- .tnivPrVi v formaUy noti- > SIO.OOO.OOO needed to construct and
JgtiSSOJPS*** ecuip the Albert Einstein College
versity's decision to name the med-
the
led
Wry
'lety of an American
[Ping a foreign govern-
hatred against a sec-
American public was
Urwhi was called into
1' Assistant Secretary
A liyroade. in
Eastern Affairs,
an explanation.
Sized to his superior
Witty his action.
j at which Wright
ah Propaganda speech
a conference for cor-
Nrtives sponsored by
Sen Ice
l!KV2 Uh.....^ Near
for
Educational
'"cooperaiu.n with the
wvance.1 International
'on"s Hopkins Univers-
unahon of some of the
HARRY S. TRUMAN ". con-
sistent and courageous lead-
ership in the cause of civil
rights .
YOSEF SPRINZAK "... devel-
opment of parliamentary
practices i n
State "
t h e Jewish
of Medicine. An additional $520.-
STco2SriX-STlS 000 was raised at the birthday cel-
eon a the Princeton Inn. One ebrat.on in'honor of the renowned
hundred community leaders from .scientist
Responding to the notification
and presentation, Dr. Einstein wel-
comed the new college of medicine
as a contribution of significance
to the general welfare affording
wider opportunities for young peo-
ple to pursue medical careers. Ex-
pressing appreciation for the honor
offered him, Dr. Einstein said:
"I am grateful that Yeshiva Uni-
versity has honored me by using
my name in connection with the
new college of medicine. There
is a shortage of physicians in this
country, and there are many young
people, able and eager to study
medicine who, under present cir-
cumstances, are deprived of the
opportunity to do so. The new
medical college, founded on a truly
liberal basis, will contribute to the
improvement of this situation and
its establishment is therefore of
real significance for the general
HAYIM GREENBERG welfare."
who has enriched Jew- | "To my mind this undertaking
ish thought and culture ..." j is of greatest importance to Amer-
(He died this week.) Continued on Pr* 3 A
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Yeshiva Campaign For Medical School R^SSfoi vsa
Increases Pace; Dinner Slated April 2nd n**mmt**m
Key workers for the national an expected to attend the Sonntag NEW YORK Willian,iRjjen-
kickoff dinner of henewIy-nanioc, ~Z~S2S "" 2tS rJt^d^S
Albert Einstein College of Medi- ,. ... Appeal, has been named chairman
Cine will meet the B,ca>ne *r- JSTJtli *E*S*Z *" *-- ^^
raee hotel at 12:15 p.m.. today. thc dinnt,r fcc-Senator Claude t,on uhuh thWAJ poiuor
Highlight of the luncheon session Pepper is chairman of the dinner on Sunday, arcn aw '
rr ... ,, ...... n, fiirm <>l 1 -itu"- nt rallies ooin in
Mb.^.i^^-i^Mjs'i; '......v.....t.....*m cT
throughout th? country to voice
American Jewry'i concern for the
and future of Eastern
than 2.500,000
u was announced this week
executive offices of the Einstein by Edward M. M. Warburg gen-
Medical college. Suite 222. One oral chairman of the I nited Jew-
Lincoln Road, or by telephoning lh Appeal,
chairmen of the South Florida 158-2454 or 5-7080. i ~
campaign for the Einstein College., "Interest in the April 2nd |0wH|* To IIV
will discuss the Princeton meeting fair h*s heightened greatly "-.. g% g,1W
they attended as representatives | announcement of the naming of ** IPIR 3UHtIM>
of Greater Miami. A fourth local: the Albert Einstein College of |>lonPPr Women, Club No 2, will
civic leader. Leon B Jacobs, was I Medicine." Levenson reported | h((nor Mr and Mrs B iowell at
toric session at Princeton, New
Jersey, which officially named the
S1O.O00.OOO medical school spon-
sored by Yeshiva University in
conjunction with the City of New
York.
R. Williams Apte. Samuel C. Le-
venson and Mrs. Louis Cilasser, co-
per said.
The Biscayne Terrace met l
will launch an intensive two '''>
campaign to tell dinner tickets Europes mow
Reservations may be made at the Jews
liable* Center To
MaHP SreoRti" '
PattHOver \ujhi
The traditional Passover cere-
monies will be celebrated on the
second night of Passover, Tuesdav,
March 31st. 7 p.m., at the Coral
Gables Jewish Center.
Ladies of the Sisterhood are pre
paring foods for the Sedar serv-
ice. Melodies will be sung by Can
tor Robinson. The Haggadah will
be read by Rabbi Morris Skop.
Chairman of this affair is Mrs

tttph*.
among the 100 persons from! Wednesday.
throughout the United States and Apte reported that more than
the Lincoln Manor on Sunday eve-
ning. March 22nd. 6 p.m. Mrs.
Canada who attended the luncheon : $3,000,000 already has been raised powe|j ls president of the group.
tendered by Dr. Samuel Belkin. for the medical school, first unit
Yeshiva president. in a projected $25,000 medical
Guest speaker will be Mrs. Miri-
am Gingold, member of the Pioneer
Dr. Belkin returned to Miami i ^pn,er Additional pledges at the Womon s Natlonai Board.
Beach Tuesday night to confer with Princeton meeting pushed the na-
the local leaders on the April 2nd ",al "** thp S3.500.000
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jt Names Local Officers; Rabbi
Is Greater Miami Chairman
Kronish. spiritual Greater Miami is in formation and
BcIh Sholom, was
an of the Israel His-
Cee of Creator
,st Soulhcastern C on-
Hibiscus I-odge last
,rs named were Israel
drman of the Labor
cil of Greater Miami,
frmaii; Mrs. Bee Jaf-
0f Pioneer Women s
fchairman; M. Burstein
Bburg, associate chair-
|jlier, treasurer; and
orin Bild. secretary.
; G. Heller, principal
upon the Histadrut
icontinue its activities
Histadrut in Greater
I keep the community
the vital contribu-
Jjstadrut is making in
vocational, educa-
nployment institutions
iller said, "It is now
international Com-
oping to weld the anti-
Jtiments of the great
fct Europeans as an in-
strengthening the to-
egimes within these
the following have been named to
serve in addition to the officers: ,
Mrs. Jaffer, chairman, Jacob |
Fishman, Saul Ashkenazy, B. Pow-
el, Mrs. Ida Jacobs Powel, N. Book-
span, Mrs. Sophie Krantz, Henry:
Seitlin, Dr. Harry Queen, Mrs. An-1
na Seltzer, E. Lesowoder, Rabbi I.
Lehrman.
Leon Ell, Rabbi Max Shapiro,
Mrs. Lena Pushkin. Nathan Ostrov,
S. Halpern, Burnett Roth, Harold
Turk, Mrs. Joseph Mintzes, Sam
Saks, Rabbi Moses Mecheloff, Mrs.
Tillle Sandier and Mr. Max Fried-
son.
Henry Goldstein is Southeastern
Regional director of Histadrut and
will help set up activities for His-
tadrut in this area.
Rabbi James G. Heller, president of the Labor Zionist Organ-
ization of America, is shown (second from left) congratulating
top leaders of the Greater Miami Israel Histadrut Committee.
Left to riaht are Israel Shapoff, honorary chairman; Rabbi
Heller; Mrs. Bee Jaffer, co-chairman; and Rabbi Leon Kronish,
chairman and spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom.
|ha been true, he ex-
it Anti-Semitism is one
I signs of internal fear
nithin the totalitarian
states, he said we can
hat this new outburst
i by Russia is the
| downfall of the nation
IdIs one-third of the
lies. The tragedy is
Jews, are again the
bple".
htheastern Conference
\n\ resolutions sending
members of the His-
srael and pledged to
efforts on behalf of
Israel,
members to attend
eder for Histadrut at
Bs Lodge on Thursday,
[when David Wertheim
| principal speaker.
Roth, vice mayor of Mi-
, Mrs George M. Cohen,
pf the South Florida
tincil. ami lulian Venez-
an of the National Ad-
Council for State of
\ gave personal greet-
! Conference. In addi-
I Ha:n!in. national secre-
padrut. Louis Segal, na-
etary of the Farband
kist Order. Dr. Sarah Fe-
pal president of Pioneer
nd Haim Brand, of the
Circle, sent telegrams
he delegates,
m of Directors of the
Utadrut I ommittee of
Flagler Women Hoar Lindlahr
i ouph's I iiititrtl
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Couples Limited, of Temple Is-
rael, will feature its second dra-
matic presentation, Three's A
Family, a comedy by Phoebe and
Henry Ephron, in Kaplan Hall, on
Sunday, March 22nd, through
Wednesday, March 25th.
Proceeds will be given to the
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman Relig-
ious School Fund for the purchase
of modern classroom equipment.
Directed by Kenneth Stanleigh,
Miami actor, the cast is led by Sol
Lewis, Pat Fuchs, Vicki Dunn and
Betty Wrinkle and includes Ted
Williams, Leslie Bukstel, Bertha
Burrows, Marcia Pritikin, Natalie
Pritikin, Lewis Gorfine, Jules Wer-
ner, Nettie Werner, Morris Lust.
Ruth Labar, Jerry Fuchs and Dick
Stern.
Name Med School
For Dr. Einstein
Continued from P*g 1 A
ican Jewry; it is an act of self-help
to make it possible for many of
our young people in this country
to study medicine. Yeshiva Uni-
versity's medical school will be
unique in that, while it will bear
the imprint of a Jewish university
devoted to the Arts and Sciences
and will represent a collective ef-
fort by our people to make its con-
tribution in the field of medical
science, it will welcome students
of all races and creeds."
Reminiscing on the influences
that led to his choice of a scientific
career, Dr. Einstein recalled how
impressed he was as a child by
his first sight of a compass at the
age of 5 and his introduction to
plane geometry at the age of 12.
Evaluating these early impressions,
Dr. Einstein said:
"To me it appears as if those
outside stimuli have had a con-
siderable influence on my devel-
opment. Man, however, has had
very little insight into what is go-
ing on within himself. Seeing a
compass for the first time may
not have a similar elfect on every
child. What is it that determines
the particular reaction of an in-
dividual? One may theorize about
it more or less plausibly but will
scarcely reach a deeper insight."
Speaking of young men about to
embark on scientific careers, Dr.
Einstein said: "He who has the
urge to do creative scientific work
will find his own way. It is not
advice but stimulating example
that matters."
The Women's Group of the Flag
ler-Granada Jewish Community
Center held its annual election of
officers last night. The new slate
will be announced and introduced
at the group's banquet on March
26th, at the Colony Restaurant.
Guest speaker was Victor H.
Lindlahr who discussed: Keeping
Young With The Years.
Flagler-Granada Women will
hold a regular monthly luncheon
on Tuesday, March 24th, at 12:30
p.m. Mrs. Leon Bernard, chair-
man, will be assisted by the Mes-
dames Ralph Lang, Aaron Sha-
piro, Jack Cohen, Walter Stewart,
Sam Kirschner, Harry Hirsch, Al
Farberman and lack Whitman.
Mrs. Sidney Raskin will an-
nounce plans for the group's
scheduled affair at the Dixie Belle
Inn.
Seder At Beth Sholom
A traditional Seder will be held
on Monday evening, March 30th. at
6:45 p.m., in the Banquet Hall of
Temple Beth Sholom, according to
an announcement by Leon J. Ell,
president.
The Seder will be conducted by
Rabbi Leon Kronish and Cantor
Samuel Kelemer, with organist Hy
Fried at the piano.
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Friday tinee 1927 by the Jewish
[, Sixth Street, Miami 18, Florida.
Published tvery Fr
Floridian at 120 N. E. sixth street, Miami is, norm.
Entered as second-class matter July 4, 1930, at the Poet
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, World-
wide News Service. National Editorial Association, Amer-
ican Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, Florida
Press Association.
FRED K. SHOCHET............Editor and Publisher
LEO MINDLIN.................................. News Editor
What's In A Name
The Albert Einstein College of Medicine is a
fitting name for Yeshiva University's new med-
ical center. The most renowned scientist in the
world has, for the first time in his long and
eventful career, given his name to an insti-
tution of learning.
Yeshiva's college of medicine will gain in
stature thereby. During the course of his life.
Dr. Einstein has labored in a relatively seclus.
ive manner. It is difficult at this point to eval-
uate the degree to which he identified himself
with the Jewish world. We do know that he
was the target for anti-Semitic attack at least
twice.
WhSn Dr. Einstein presented his theory of
relativity to the Berlin Physical Society in 1904,
he was deliberately ignored by Germany's
greatest scientist, Max Planck. Earlier, his pres-
ence there had been challenged in blatant,
"racial" terms. We also know of the "invita-
tion" extended him to leave the Third Reich
in the early '30's, and that like countless other
refugees, he fled to America and exile.
But these were all negative and incidental
aspects of Dr. Einstein's Jewish identification or,
indeed, his identification with any problem ex-
tending beyond an immediate interest in phil-
osophy and science. It was not until his letter
lo the late Franklin Delano Roosevelt, which
subsequently led to the hiqhly secret Manhat-
tan Project on atom bomb research, that Dr.
Einstein showed an awareness of and major
concern for the occurrences in man's contem-
porary history.
Since then, this genius has identified him-
self to an increaslnq extent with world affairs
and especially with Jewish problems. Early
in Yeshiva University's campaign to organize
a medical school, Dr. Einstein lent his name to
that project. He has become more and more
vocal on matters of state and of social justice,
generally. Throughout, he has shown the hu-
lity tact has marked the course of his entire
life.
When Dr. Chaim Weizmann died, the State
c: Israel invited him to become its second
President. Refusing, he brushed aside his age
and physical infirmities, concentrating on what
r.e considered his "weaknesses" -- his inability
to deal with human problems which had been
the direct result of life-long research in the laws
governing the physical universe.
But he was no less expressive about the
needs of Israel and about the latest plight of
World Jewry. His acceptance of Yeshiva Uni-
versity s honor in naming the medical school
after him was marked by Dr. Einstein's refer-
ence to our people", a final and complete
identification of his existence with Jewish tra-
dition and history.
The Albert Einstein College of Medicine is
time, from the start, endowed with the name
ot one of the rarest geniuses of all time It
oegins with the tradition of social awareness
as an aspect of its non-sectarian policy. And
the groundwork has been laid for a center of
research in which scientific inquiry will ever
be drawn forward by the great wisdom of its
namesake.
It May Strike You"
The Heart Fund of Greater Miami has been
?imnnnnCmgw ?KSJl! prob,em in <3 5
fortunate W* ^ tha' ,his un"
Our city has become a notable area of resi-
That the drive finds it hard to meet what we
fee li a modest local goal does not speak
iaS understanding of Greater Miam-
Campaign Chairman Paul Walker put it suc-
cinctly when he said that coronary afflictions
can strike at anyone and that lack of campaign
support indicates a prevalent insensitivity to
his fact. Heart research is currently moving
forward rapidly. The nation's No. 1 killer mav
soon very well be under total control.
Let us pitch in to make sure the campaign
reaches its mark here. We will be aiding those
stricken with heart ailments now. We may be
aiding ourselves in the future.
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Volume 27 Number 12
FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1953
lake Sher
Jake Sher represents the humble approach
to communal activity, the tireless worker who
deliberately avoids public acclaim. But Mr.!
Sher's participation in Greater Miami affairs'
has been so varied and frequent that recog-
nition of his contributions in this regard inevit-
ably came to the fore.
In many cases, Mr. Sher acted as a mediator
in setting right difficulties before they receiv-
ed general notice. His efforts in these direc-
tions have served to eliminate much friction'
that might otherwise have reflected on the in
dividuals involved and on our community, as
Mr'v. Sue\ .has also been an crQent worker
in behalf of his synagogue and numerous local
service and philanthropic agencies. He has
denied his energies to no worthwhile cause,
tho. !f'herefore Particularly gratifying to learn !
bv t N^"1!10^ TenUy accrded Mr. Sherj
Jews tr hi'nHal Cn,erence <* Christians and
ews tor his humanitarian efforts comes from
his overal organization whose activities serve
he area at large rather than from another ol
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Br LEO MWDIJ1|
LAST THURSDAY Nl(
beginning to end. A Urge udJenwIlL^ 3
tonum to prove the popularity of Mr,**0 lh tail
name It listened impatiently through /^ffij
Israels Minister of State Dov Joseph L*^hMJ
Roosevelt's quiet but pointed messag^""1 *?
midst of Dr. Frank Kingdon's pathetic rT ?epMt*U.
I should still like U) be toldI th T '* lo 1
and would appreciate even the least Wt^SS of *HL
to explain It Certainly, no Israel Bonds w2L"!**4
If, as it has been suggested, the rally ZZ? me8,J
rent drive against the Jews, bond leaders h ***%4
a secret of that fact. In short, the "*M
whelming number of stereotyped phraseTl!? f* J
emotional cues to hiss the villain and ran 7T hough the feeling that some great, concrete endh,n TM >
In reality, nothing significant was accora-lS".***.
anti-Semitic policy found mention only bv V?'S ^l
Europe was ploughed up again to prove that T '*!
ish blood. Mrs. Roosevelt's stated appear''**^
ized. And Dr. Kingdon gave a capsull .."* ?1
at the Delano Hotel last Fall before the PiX Bond Campaign. professional Qj
If we are to continue dealing with hysterical *
suppose such rallies have a safe future If 1 **
,h?Cy,de.?f mUtUa.1 se,-esteem through projects 1l
pathy for the fate of Israel, then nothing ,ne "*
For it seems that such are the primitive rituaklT
now prosper. Somewhere in our souls, there i, .Z "I
ed by the comfortable situation tha, u America? ^
is the certain road to doom. If World Jewry andIISfl1
rest of mankind are to survive, then let there be 2
made of further cultural snobbism.
DR. JOSEPH TREATED HIS AUDIENCE TO aD
statistical tabulations that staggered the minds of nJl
ent. He described in mathematical detail Israel's Drocrsii
course of its short history. Throughout, his face was
ed like the old man who was telling himself an anecdote
tne time and who expressed constant disappointment taJ
heard it so often before. Indeed, he was not alone thereT
The parallel between his and Foreign Minister Mosbi
address at the Dade County Auditorium last June could Ml
Both were intensely nationalistic. Both were essential]
A Tireless Worker
Harold Shapiro came to Miami Beach sever
lt nJmhWUl? b6 n'qh -possibb ,o S
"* tc.return to his hoXTi ^ST"
Cross6 Corntun^Snirrht 2^
of the National Cogenceof rl Chap,er
Jews, the Miami Erh 7 ^Sl'ans and
Jewish ItaSSptaSNO* Z,on Strict, the
the Aged a^VZ^StSl ST.- !?
amona n h. < ~.v- Jewish tducation.
among a host of nth------ lsn tdU(
beenLr^.!,hfr..or?.an^ons. have all
arentl
I his var-
was named L2t!W. la1 we* when h
been the nduZ^^**^ have all
bottomless energSs ShaPu apparently
JtCe^^^J^'-veinhi.
was named chairman the (LI T?n he
Appeals Miami Beach MetoSS?'*d Iewiah
We feel that this is htrTn' Pb,an can>paign.
Shapiro's extremelv SS recgnition of Mr.
which does credTto hm ZfST %-~*
he will now direct d ,he CJA drive
number of responsihilitiJo 'ncreasing
-ea are wSSSfffSj^ *"* in ,h
future for all of ui. Ut a meaningful
Li
Both scrupulously avoided reference to the world it,
regard, Dr. Joseph went one step further. He exhtatf 1
bit about Israel and prophesy fulfilled And he named i
had sought to destroy Judaism only to find destruction I
At one point, Dr. Joseph skirted an essential issw. H
to Israel's open immigration policy and said that no
world could match it. This was a veiled allusion to the,
but even here the fundamental problem remained untotdkfl.
ended on a peculiar note. It had the bitterly humorous iifa|
Bliatk challenge. Despite the crying need for mod?i|
social cunning, it waved the old banner of the Jew a-aafl
human being through whom, alone, the salvation of
found. The cherished seal of spiritual superiority wa o__
ed and applauded. The naive isolationist thinking which'
contintiei to foster emphasized the failure of the rallv
IT REMAINED FOR MRS. ROOSEVELT TO speak li
healthier terms. The former First Lady spoke of collected^
made mention of democracy, generally, and viewed the Jnn
an expression of free thinking everywhere In this regard,l|
veil referred to the United Nations and alluded to the i
indigent people in other areas of the world America Ml
intelligent lesson in foreign policy. We could no longer.*!
think of what is best for us; we must now think of wkilj
everyone.
This suggestion concerning US overseas attitude *
applauded and further demonstrated the confused thinkiaiy
rally-goers. For it is precisely this collectivist approach'tor
vation with which Israel and World Jewry must become in*
?eace and security are ever to be achieved The battle a U
for democratic determination is as surely a significant phM
future safety as are the current Arab machinations in *f"
State Department offices.
Choosing to nurture senseless emotional attitude, stj
failed to touch upon these salient points himself He cottldjj
orated upon his allusion to the McCarran Act and emphiaej
can reticence to assume the role of world leadership whi<**jj
velt stated was ours. He might have cautnmed IS top Wf
j against their duplicity in the pivotal Near Kast. Avoiding**
I less affirmation of an ingrown history that has brought tkA
fortune. Dr. Joseph should have represented hi- Governmeftf
j in human destiny at large.
MRS. ROOSEVELT MADE MUCH OF THE problem cf I
tiny before students at the University of .Miami on Fndaj.
warned against capitulation to defeatism and despair, tclusfl
tale of disabled Finnish war veterans who built a hospiuJ*]
culars outside of Helsinki a few years ago. Kxistence and l*~
continue, she said, in the face of seemingly insurmountal*,
Hysteria can have no place in mankind's scheme if the M
secu'ed. J
In this regard. Mrs. Roosevelt urged the general study J
language and the humanities, and observers could notice&*
termination in the faces of the young college men 1JJ
failed, at toast then, to understand the workings of worw^
science its modern godhead. -M
It seems that Israeli ministers and Jewish fund rawj
would have benefited much from Mrs. Roosevelt's renurn
There, she spoke unhampered by the atmospherei
emotionalism. It no longer befits us to think in indlU"r
demand individual salvation and to regard ourselves w
bearers of Grace. We must become sympathetic to *1^|
freedom everywhere and work toward achieving >'J
versally.
The Thursday rally was a horrifying example of nu*|
wasted motion. Its tone of self-righteousness. *'U,J*JC
cere, did not advance the cause of Israel. Jewry "SH
relief because it turned out to be an expression of sen ^i
Mrs Roosevelt's serenity there and before Univers*t j
enu on Friday was a startling contrast. It represent"
determination to attain total understanding and pe**


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Because Lives Depend On Us. was the theme of the Food Division Dinner held last week in behalf of the Combined Jewish
Appeal. Shown at the head table prior to an address by Rabbi Joseph Narot are (left to right) Maurice Daum. Morty Neiman.
Abe Malorf. Herbert Sher, Aaron Weinkle. Leo "Chick" Chaikin, Murray Mattes and Sam Heiman. chairman of the CJA
Trades Division.
Beth Sholom Social
Dr. Alexander Robbins. presi-
dent of the Men's Club of Temple
Beth Sholom, announces that a
dance and social will be held on
Sunday evening, March 22nd, in
the Temple patio. Herbert F. Lin-
ick, program cnairman, is in
charge of the function.
Lee In Talk On Jewish Contributions To Science
Charles H. Lee, retired New
York engineer, astronomer and
lecturer, will be guest speaker to-
row afternoon, 3 p.m., at the Spi-
noza Outdoor Forum under the
canopy on the lawn of the home
of Dr. Abraham Wolfson, 11th
Street and Ocean Court.
Lee will speak on: Jewish Con-
tributions To Science. Max Azar
will recite humorous tales from
Sholom Aleichem.
Lottie Ratshprecher, active Ha-
dassah worker, will introduce the
speaker and conduct the discus-
sion norinH
College Discussed
Harold Shapiro, commentator on
the radio program. Meet Your
Neighbor, has invited Samuel C.
Levenson, co-chairman of the local
Yeshiva Medical College Cam-
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Shirley Gerstein's Betrothal To Hans
Picard Told Here; Fall Wedding Planned
Mrs. Louis Manas, of Miami
Beach, announces the engagement
of her daughter, Shirley Doris
Gerstein, to Hans E. Picard
Mr. Picard is the son of Dr. and
Mrs. Julius Picard, Fall River,
Massachusetts. Miss Gerstein and
Mr. Picard met at a childhood
party ten years ago.
Miss Gerstein attended Florida
State College for Women and
graduated from the University of
Miami, where she was secretary
of Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority and
Gamma Alpha Chi Advertising
Honorary. She also received the
Gamma Alpha Chi award for be-
ing the outstanding woman grad
uate in the field of advertising in
the 1950 University of Miami
graduating class,
Miss Gerstein is vice president
ol Junior Hadassah and pa>t sec
retary of the Miami Beach (hap
ter. Universit) of Miami Alumnae
Association, Active in the Delta
I'ln Epsilon Alumnae Association.
-lie is now working for the Bonds
of Israel Office.
Mr Picard graduated from
Worcester Polytechnic Institute,
where he received the BS degree
in Electrical Engineering He
served as treasurer of Alpha Kp
silon Pi Fraternit) and was a
i r ni the Masque Dramatic
Societ) He was vice president ol
Miss Shirley Gerstein
Personally
Speaking
Sam Rosner has been accepted
as an Air Cadet with the United
States Army Air Force and left
last week for Lackland Field, Tex-
as to report for duty. He is the
son of Mr and Mrs. David Rosnet,
Miami Beach.
Rabbi anil Mrs Alfred Waxman,
Ol 8081 S\V 11th Street, announce
the birth of their daughter. Mar-
tha, at Mercy Hospital on March
0th. Martha joins her seven -year-
old sister, Faith Rabbi Waxman
is spiritual leader of the West Mi-
ami Jewish Center
Dr and Mr- Sam Wilonsky were
recint hosts to a charity luncheon
at their home, 1004 Pennsylvania
Avenue Proceeds are going to the
Jewish National Fund in Israel
Mrs Wilensky is JNF chairman
nt the Pioneer Women's Organisa-
tion, < "lub No 1.
Saul Raskin Views
Jewish Art At Forum
Saul Raskin will be principal
-peaker before th? Viddisher For-
um which meets tomorrow even-
ing, March 21st. 8:15 p.m.. at the
Kneseth Israel Congregation
Raskin Is a noted painter and
the Debating Society, a member author. Mainly on Jewish themes.
nt the Varsity Debating Team and his works are exhibited In 15 Am-
rman Of the Student Chapter encan art museums, including the
ol the American Institute of Metropolitan Museum in New York
i ctrical Engineers,
Having served two years with
the United states Army S i
> orps, Mr Picard is now associ
..led with the Signal Corps
ig Laboratories at Red Bank.
New Jersej
The couple plan a Fall wedding
:n Massachusetts
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its destiny
Mr and Mrs Harry S Mosko
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Hotel Mi. Ifoakovib is nationally
known for his oil portraits. He
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Roosevelt, Harry S Truman and
Pierre Van Paassen
Dr and Mrs Alfred Gcronemus,
of 1010 Polk Street. Hollywood,
held Open House on Sunday in
honor of their newborn son. Roy.
He joins his sister. Lynn Fern.
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Al-
exander Geronemus, of Dania. and
Dr. and Mrs Jacob Rosenbluth,
New York City.
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Mr and Mrs Ben Boskin, of
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in-law. AI and Diana Boskin. of
Brooklyn, New York. Also visit-
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Bertha Fine. Los Angeles. Cali-
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"Jewish fkyrklton
Stoffs Feted On
Anniversary,
[l,lc Birthday
lMd Mrs. Benjamin Puch-
Lre honored on Thursday,
j 12th. with a joint anniver-
Ld birthday dinner party
L tnc Sea Isle Hotel on the
bn of their 46th wedding an-
try and 80th and 70th birth-
Respectively.
fand Mrs Morry Morris, son
kughterin-law, Mr. and Mrs.
w. Feldman, daughter
Chin-law, and Miss Esther
daughter, acted as hosts
Ltesses for the evening's par-
Les were extended by Mor-
sel. Joseph Topper and Mrs.
i Seenuin. friends of the hon-
ouple. Cantor Berele Kele-
ftecompanied by Hy Fried,
(d traditional anniversary
Mrs. Bernard Lash, cousin,
kng-
bns; guests present were Mrs.
Jl'urhkoff. Mr. and Mrs. Mil-
|ub!in. Mr and Mrs. Lewis
I.Mrs Anna Warner, Mr. and
on Newman, Mr. and Mrs.
Feitzman. Mr. and Mrs. I.
nd Mr- Jimmy Stearn, Mr.
k J. Zivien. Mr. and Mrs.
fcn. Mr and Mrs. Jack Ol-
f, Mr and Mrs. I. Sitkoff,
! Mrs M Schwartz, Mr. and
I Shar.iff. Mrs. O. A. Axel-
lb- v Feldman, Mr. and
Hy Konmroff and Mr. and
Tolmach.
brd Sternlieb To
fin* Mitzvah
lard Sternlieb, son of Mr. and
Sternlieb. 133 NW 43rd
will become Bar Mitzvah on
morning. March 20th, at
kgler-Gninada Jewish Com-
' Center.
krd has attended Hebrew
Iat the (enter for the past
pears and is being tutored
tph Hurwitz.
i a student at Kinloch Park
High School, where he is
Ith grade He is also a mem-
|the Flagler Granada Junior
nen's Group.

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Miller, Abbot Wed
Announcement has been made
of the marriage of Miss Ella Miller
and Harold Abbott, Miami Beach.
The ceremony took place at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom on March 7th,
with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiat-
ing. A reception followed at the
Cadillac Hotel. Carl Abbott served
as best man for his brother.
Ardmore
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hitter
Miami Beach Leaders Attend Dedication
Of Torah; Samuel Bitters To Be Honored
Culture Society
jrend Joseph Barth, Minis-
Ithe First Unitarian Church
|ill be guest speaker before
ni Society for Ethical Cul-
Sunday. March 22nd, 11
^ the I.indsey Hopkins
His topic will be: The
I Being.
Spiritual leaders, prominent dig-
nitaries and heads of many Miami
Beach civic organizations will at-
tend the dedication of a new Sefer
Torah to be presented by Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Ritter on Sunday ev-
ening, 8 p.m., at the Hebrew Acad-
emy.
The presentation will take place
in the Academy Auditorium. Can-
tors of the community and Acad-
emy pupils will participate.
Toastmaster for the evening will
be Dr. David S. Andron, president
of the Hebrew Academy. The dedi-
cation address will be delivered by
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center. Messages of congratula-
tions will be delivered by Rabbi
Moses Meschcloff, of Beth Jacob
Congregation, and Rabbi Leon
Kronish, of Temple Beth Sholom.
Greetings on behalf of the Acad-
emy Board of Directors will be
presented by Isidore Goldberg, vice
president. A tribute to Mr. and
Mrs. Ritter, founders of the Acad-
emy and currently its vice presi-
dents both in the men's and wom-
en's organizations, will be deliver-
ed by Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,
principal.
In addition to their service to the
Hebrew Academy, Mr. and Mrs.
Sfiztt&wwJSi
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Center, are members of the Board
of Directors of Beth Jacob Congre-
gation and active workers in the
Jewish Home for the Aged. Amer-
ican Jewish Congress, Temple
Beth Sholom and Hadassah.
Dr. Andro^,said this week that
the presentation of the Torah will
mark the sixth anniversary of the
the Hebrew Academy. City Coun-
cilmen who will take part in the
ceremonies honoring the Ritters
will be Burnett Roth, Melvin Rich-
ards, Bernard Frank, Marcie Lieb-
erman and Harold Turk.
Artists appearing on the program
will include Cantor Samuel Kele-
mer, Cantor Jacob Tambor, Miss
Ruth Brotman and Joseph Schrieb-
man.
Garden Party For
Thomas Kleiman
Bar Mitzvah
Thomas Albert Kleiman, son of
Dr. and Mrs. Morris A. Kleiman,
2368 SW 18th Street. Miami, will
become Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
day morning, March 21st, 9 a.m.,
at Beth David Congregation.
The Bar Mitzvah is a 7th grade
student at Shenandoah Junior
High School. He is an active Boy
Scout in Troop 89.
Out-of-town guests here for the
occasion are his maternal grand-
mother, Mrs. Rebecca Kleiman,
Mrs. A. VVeisenberg, Mr. and Mrs.
E. Smith, Mrs. Rose Brown and
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Spiegel, all of
New York City.
A garden reception will be held
in the evening at the Bar Mitz-
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Ardmore
David Lee Goldin, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris J. Goldin,
4233 Royal Palm Avenue, Mi-
ami Boach, will be Bar Mitz-
vah on Saturday morning,
March 21st, 10:45 a.m., at
Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi
Leon Kronish will officiate.
David is an 8th grade student
at Nautilus Junior High
School.
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MORALS AND LAWS
By NATHAN ZII'HIN
French justice
moved quickly, i
The scandal about the .wo J.w-jbu U seems to have been impeded have '^"^^Z
ish children who were kidnapped j by forces stronger than the Ian The whoje affair is a maloi
in France and carried off to Spain Arrests were made, hut the accus- ^ ^ ^ ^ M (.ri.ih| ,
,wty of the two children certainly \i||||lin SpOaliN
brmgs them within the purvey ol TiiVrf'tll |sr2lll
llu. SiflnHion. The French court. -*I **
which exonerated the accused must SJf>rlMMMl >l'i'i
have arrived at the conclusion .|V(| Ai(Jman wiu ^ gues(
hrough circuitous logic whichimay ^ d (hp mon mcol
ated trom sources otn I
Dg of the Tifereth Israel North
=J*!*y
involved elc-
lodoroui
he ec
after a court ordered them return-i ed were quickly released on the Jjjeriaatical elements II involved In
ed to their legal guardian an flimsy theory that those who aided [addition, the
aunt residing in Israel throws and abetted tin
light again on the plight of Hitler-, children across an international
orphaned Jewish children who fell, border were not "kidnappers" but
under the protection of Christian Uv of ,,.,,, vtolated an
side (enter Sisterhood on Mon-
day. March 23rd.
Subject of Aidman's talk U
removal of the nients to whom conversion of Jews
scheduled as: The Importance Of
'plyco'pathic Soil Acceptance In Physiological
Temple Israel^
Temple Israel,,^
Passover Seder n Mond^
March 30th, 630
Pit
The ritual w
Rabbi J
P.m.,
a''U!
Wertheimer is ,n *l
rangements.
benefactors whose inhuman price
for mercv has been conversion of order giving custody of thi cr.il-
the children. The story about the Iren to their legal guardian
two Finely children who were Among the arrested was a (
-tern- more
sources than from sublime or Adjustment.
heavenly motives: The Order of the A report will be given by Mrs.
Sister- ol Mercy, Km of whose Silas Lakin. chairman of the Don-
ounc were in oii the abduction, is or Dinner. Refreshments will be
an organization consisting of Jew- arranged by Mrs. David Collins.
ish converts to Christianity whose
true Chris-
Program chairman is Mrs. Hyman
Katz.
spirited awav with the connivance lie priest who subsequent to his 7va\ out/eals that of
of clerical elements of the Cath- arrest gave a vivid description of tians.
Olic nursing school at Grenoble has the abduction while making the' I, now appears that an arrange-, Emotional Problems Of
made the news headlines only be- self serving statement that "it men." has been made uni er wn.cn q^jj a DisCUSSed
cause it was sensational and in- could not be called kidnapping ,he children are to be returned but ^nuuMi rare ava^uawu
volved a series of actions trans The priest described the journey In n condition that they be held in j The Beth El Hebrew Academy
cending Frances border. But in es glowing terms and said, ol curse, custody until the higher courts of will present Dr. Charles Rosen
sence it revealed a pattern to'. that the children were very happy F-rance rule on the question of feld. pediatrician, on Thursday.
which Jewish organizations have and more than willing partners to their custody This legal move March 26th. 8:15 p.m., in the Dora
unfortunately not been paying mer- the abduction. If there is an> sense strikes us as ill becoming from August Memorial Hall
ited attention. to semantics, the priests statement sources who are defenders of the Dr. Rosenfeld will hold an m-
When the court ruled that the is more than an admission of dis- faith. Since when do men of Cod formal discussion on: Emotional
children must be turned over to obedience to a court order It is place legality above morality? The Problems Of Infants And Chil-
their aunt, the soul-snatchers de- admission of active participation in children were born Jews Through dren. A movie will be shown.
fied organized authority by smug the physical removal of the chil a tragic misfortune their parents ^^
glint the youngsters over to Spain dren to Spain. were killed by 8 murderer whose
where. ironically. fellow soul- \ If kidnapping can be defined as .objective it was to obliterate all
snatchers waited impatiently to the unlawful carrying awaj ol I Jews The) were saved from that
shelter them under a sky still person by force or fraud or seizing fat,. when they were placed for
tainted with the blood of the vie- and detaining him for the purpose shelter at Grenoble,
tims of the Spanish Inquisition i of carrying him away, the spiriting \ specious process of reasoning
which may perhaps stand up be-
fore a court of law but not before
the court of heaven It is an absur
ditj to claim that the children He
sire to remain in their new faith
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MARCH 20. 1953_
-Jetrtstifkr/dtor
fti-Zionists In State Department
ik Out Openly; Carry Arab Banner
PAGE 9 A
Lud from P9 1 A
[it has long been a prim-
Lm of mine that there
t a strong Israel which can
faven to the countless per-
fjews of the world." He
d that HELP was compris-
garge part of persons who
tbliciy taken a position
Ihc creation of an indepen-
Lel." Dulles is the brother
Jtary of State John Foster
lackson. publisher of For-
jazinc, a part of the Luce
interests. The Luce
h which include Time and
tve indicated anti-Israel
. Jackson has been named
dent Kiscnhower as State
lent representative on the
|t's Committee on Interna-
iformation Activities.
lessman Frances P. Bolton,
nublican. who is chairman
of the Near Eastern Subcommittee
of the House Foreign Affairs Com
mittee; Paul H. Nitze, director of
the Policy Planning Staff, Depart-
ment, of State; Harry D. Collier,
director of the Standard Oil Com-
pany of California; Dr. Philip w.
Thayer, dean of the School of Ad-
vanced International Studies and a
trustee of the Foreign Service Edu-
cation Foundation. He was asked
by the Jewish Telegraphic Agen-
cy if it is the policy of his organ-
ization to permit religious hatred
like that exhibited in the Iraqui
speech read by Wright. Speaking
for the interests he represents,
Thayer said that what he regretted
was that "the news leaked out."
The source of the leak, he thought,
was "one or two Jewish individ-
uals" who were not present at pre-
vious conferences. This particular
conference covered the subject of
"developments in the Middle
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East ; yet no Israeli or Zionist rep-
resentatives were invited. There
were a number of Arabs and anti
Zionist Americans listed on the
program.
Thayer said he was "very sorry
the news leaked out" because it
might inhibit other speakers from
giving their candid views at fu-
ture conferees. He defended
Wright for reading the speech, say-
ing that Wright was not only chair-
man of the meeting but a member
of the faculty of the Foundation
After siding with Wright, he ex-
pressed bitterness against the "in-
dividuals" who revealed the facts
of the anti-Jewish speech.
Asked if it were not natural that
decent-minded people should re
sent the injection of religious bias
into an "objective" search for in-
ternational truth, Thayer's reply
was that there were Jewish busi-
ness executives at the conference
who were pleased by the proceed-
ings. He said, "it all depends on
the type of Jew." He indicated
that followers of Lessing Rosen-
wald's anti-Zionist group were rea-
sonable but that "the others" were
beneath comment. In this latter
category, presumably, are those
who fight anti-Semitism even when
it is disguised as anti-Zionism
whether in the Soviet Union or the
United States.
Wright read the Iraqui speech
because the Iraqui Minister was
away that day at the United Na-
tions. However, the Iraqui press
attache. Madam Bedi Afnam, was
present and Wright decided to as-
sist her in presenting the Arab
propaganda.
The conference was attended by
government officials and execu-
tives of such vital firms as the
Chase National Bank and Arabian-
American Oil Company.
Denying that the conference was
pro-Arab. Thayer explained that
the speeches represented "certain
important points of view" and
that there just wasn't room on the
program for the Israel or Zionist
viewpoint. Thayer said he knew
what would happen to any protests
Zionists might make at the State
Department. He did not elaborate
on this point. However, all inquir-
ies at the State Department about
the conference were referred to
Thayer.
Wright apparently went too far
because Byroade felt that some ex-
planation was necessary. However,
Wright feels confident because of
support from elements higher up
in the Department. Byroade is a
Truman-appointee. The previous
position held by Wright was that
of Intelligence Adviser of the Near
Eastern Division of the Depart-
ment, a position presumably de-
manding objectivity. However, his
theme at that time was Israel was
to blame for the absence of peace
in the Near East.
Many letters of protest were re-
ceived by the Department when
the press- reported anti-Israel re-
marks by Wright from various
parts of the country. The Depart-
ment said he was "not speaking
offically." Wright said he was mis-
quoted. In November. 1950, Wright
told an audience at the US Naval
Academy at Annapolis that Israelis
murdered Arabs. He made similar
remarks before the Army War Col-
lege in Washington in 1951. A
gifted speaker, he was invited to
the University of Indiana, the Uni-
versity of Maryland and other
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places where thousands got the
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Finally, on February 28, 1952,
Wright stood on the platform of
the auditorium of the State De-
partment in Washington. This time
he had the official assignment of
the Department to brief a group of
American editors who were prepar-
ing to leave for a visit to Israel and
elsewhere. According to the Unit-
ed Press dispatch of that date, "he
and the US had to give financial
aid to Israel when the United
Jewish Appeal fell short in its
quest for funds but, he contended,
as long as American aid is forth-
coming, Israel does not feel the
need to compromise with its Arab
neighbors."
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in the Near East may be answered
when the attitude of the Adminis-
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high-level fellow travellers be-
comes known.
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JTUDAY.
Arabs Express Resentment Over MS
Jewru's \on-Taxe NEW YORK , statement made by a spokesman for the Arab United Nations that -.he Arabs object to the practice of allowinj
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The Arab spokesman said that
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cited Arab opposition to the prae-
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publicly espousing bond drives for
Israel At the MM tlM, Prince
FmJ el Saud, Saudi Arabian For-
eign Minister who "P*""1"
countr, at the current IN Qf
,.,,,1 Assembly session, said he was
encouraged bj bis recent conversa-
tions with Secretary of State John
Fost Dulles and predicted that "the
t'nited States would modify its pol-
icy and recognize the importance
of the Middle East."
Observers here emphasized that
the remarks by the Arab spokes
man constitute intervention Into
the internal affairs of the United
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Gxibles Rummage Sale t^
Sisterhood of the Coral Gables
Jewish Center will hold a rummage
sale Monday on March 23rd, at
3616 Grand Avenue, Coconut
Grove. Clothing and household ar-
ticles are needed. Mrs. S. Barish is
in charge of arrangements.
e Beth Sholom Religious School student representatives ask Rabbi Leon Kronish to ac
leir services in the Temple s $500,000 Building Fund Campaign. Standing (left to riant)
[rry Greenberg, Janet Bernstein Ronnie Fenias, Jan Copland, Stephen Kogan Mamie
I and Beth Kaplan. Seated are Sidney J. Greenberg, Religious School director and Rab-
bnish.
Sholom
ic.'ii ion Set
[Sunday
dedication ceremony and
kg of the ground on which
j Temple Beth Sholom will
led will take place on Sun-
Lrch 22nd. 11:30 a.m., on
Ui lawn adjacent to the pres-
hple at 4144 Chase Avenue.
bits of the Religious School,
Lling in the $500,000 Beth
[Building Fund Campaign,
It the main part in the cere-
facconlinu to Sidney J.
Irs. Religious School direc-
ght of the program will
given by students of the
[High School Department,
gram will also include pres-
of colors by the Temple's
kit Troop No, 45. selections
Nautilus Junior High School
prected by Pierre F. Little.
lighting of the torch of
student speakers.
Leon Kronish will give
(diction.
Rabbi Lehrman Speaks
To United Synagogue
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center, will be principal speaker
at a banquet marking the 40th an-
niversary of the United Synagogue
of America scheduled for March
24th, in Temple Israel, Daytona.
The United Synagogue of Amer-
ica is the organization which
unites all Conservative congrega-
tions in America. Rabbi Lehrman
is a member of the Rabbinic Cab-
inet of the Jewish Theological Sem-
inary of America and of the Rab-
binical Assembly of America.
mi Plant*
ifif Dinner
[regular meeting of the
If Directors of the Bureau
Ish Education will be held
day. March 23rd, at 8:15
Ration of officers for the
i beginning May. 1953, will
ented by Rabbi Max Sha-
lirman of the Bureau Norn-
Committee. Plans for the
Jewish Kducation Dinner
Bureau will be formulated.
^ner is scheduled for Sun-
nl 2fith. at 6:30 p.m.
Matilda Ratner. vice presi-
[ill preside in the absence
>min Meyers, president.
Synagog Program
S. M. Machtei's sermon
[on the Radio Synagog at
punchy over station WQAM
[Other Gods. The liturgical
by Cantor Richard Tuck-
ers and a question box
the program.
Skit Featured At
3lest'li Meeting
The annual dinner meeting of
the Miami Beach Jewish Center
will take place on Thursday eve-
ning. March 26th, at the Hibiscus
Lodge, according to Samuel Fried-
land, president. Election of offi
cers and Board of Directors will
take place at that time.
Feature of the program will be
a skit presented by the Sisterhood
entitled. Snatched From A Cruel
Fate. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
present the principal message.
George J. Talianoff is chairman
of the affair.
Gables Zionists
Meet Thursday;
Attend Banquet
The Coral Gables Zionist Dis
trict will meet on Thursday, March
26th, at the Coral Gables Jewish
Center.
Featured will be a discussion of
Leo Pinsker. noted Zionist, and his
book, Auto Emancipation.
Members of the district planning
to attend the ZOA National Ad-
ministrative Council banquet on
Sunday evening at Temple Beth
Sholom include Mr. and Mrs. Mey-
er Fine, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Hure-
witz, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Levick,
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lclchuk.
Dr. and Mrs. Abraham Kitzen.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Simon and
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Sanders.
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Wise Study Group
A Study Group of the Stephen S.
Wise Group of Hadassah will be
held at the home of Mrs. Samuel
Sklar, 1300 South Biscayne Point
Road on March 23rd, 12:30 p.m.
The topic will be the works of
Chaim Nachman Bialik. A film will
also be shown based on Brother-
hood and featuring Bob Hope and
Bing Crosby. Mrs. Sam Fuchs is
chairman.
Lear School Competes
With Palm Beach
Visitors from the Palm Beach
School competed in swimming and
diving contests with The Lear
School last Friday.
Contestants from the Lear School
were Larry Lieberman. Alan Zei-
linger. Ronnie Zivitz. Alan Slatkin.
Sanford Borjnsky. Barbara Galc-
witz. Valerie Solomon, Debbie Les
lie, Jan Melniker and Adrienne
Green.
Views Anti-Semitism
At the weekly luncheon meeting
of Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai
Brith, scheduled for Tuesday,
March 24th, 12:15 p.m., in the Na
tional Hotel, Harold Shapiro, local j
attorney, will talk on: The Rise Of
Anti-Semitism In Communist Coun-
tries. Luncheon chairman is Ger-
shon S. Miller.
fioopon 11 o ii or ed
By Pythian*
Former Mayor Louis V. Cooper,
of Nyak, New York, and Supreme
Representative of the New York
District of the Knights of Pythias,
was honored by Roosevelt Lodge
No. 177, on Monday evening at
Congregation Beth El.
The special award ceremony con-
sisting of gifts and honorary life
memberships was conducted by
Grand Deputy Nat Miller and P. M.
Adolph Rachline.
According to Chancellor Com-
mander Murray Friedberg, "this
special Louis V. Cooper Night was
a spontaneous expression by all
Pythians in recognition of his 51
years as a member in our Order".
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FRIDAY. MARCH 20, 1953
j Shapiro Is Named Chairman Of
Beach Metropolitan Campaign
in Israel and in countries behind
the Iron Curtain depend on our
generosity in Miami Beach," Sha-
V*PI1 oj/f*""***"""
chairman in the Com- piro stated, accepting his appoint-
. A poal Metropolitan ment. "More than two and one
has been announced half million Jews in Iron Curtain
countries are now threatened by
Soviet tyranny and, once again,
our effort must be geared to save
lives through th.e agencies sup-
ported by our Combined Jewish
Appeal."
Shapiro urged every resident of
Miami Beach, and everyone in
Dade County, "to give more in
1953 because lives in Israel de-
pend upon us."
bhapiro. Miami Beach
[d community welfare
been appointed Miami
Lkernick. overall Met-
ijairman.
Lch volunteer workers
[jcernick and Shapiro at
I Jewish Appeal lunch-
- Monday in the offices
Lf Miami .Jewish Feder-
organized plans for a
kfast t" be held at a
hotel in mid-April to
(Metropolitan campaign
hi Beach area.
majors to direct the
Effort were Miss Clara
I Mrs. Anna Strauss. A.
er. Murray Friedberg,
Glasser. and Henry
I has served for many
Ichief speaker for the
Jewish Appeal local
[Bureau and addressed
organizations in the
aign. He is a member
ird of Directors of the
for the Aged, the
liami Jewish Federa-
te Bureau of Jewish Ed-
commentator in the
nday radio program.
Neighbor. A Zionist
years he served with
Beach Zionist District
Directors and as chair-
1 Luncheon Club for four
| is a past president of
District and a past
krman of the Jewish Na-
I Council.
J has also worked in bc-
|he Miami Beach Civic
he American Legion,
|th and the Jewish War j
; He has been a partici-1
I Florida Chapter of the
Conference of Christians
[and hai served with the
Red Cross and Com-
best in positions of lead-
ilso a member of the
unty and Miami Beach
ciation Speakers' Com- _
Shapiro came to Miami ]
Pwaukee. Wisconsin, in j
received the LLB and'
es from Marquette Uni-
pere.
honored to accept this
responsibility in the
nbined Jewish Appeal,
many thousands of lives
Harold Shapiro
/O \ PIAis
Intensive Bond
Kales Campaign
NEW YORKEvery member of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica is expected to be, and must
become, a purchaser of State of
Israel Bonds. That is the heart of
the program which has just been
announced by Dr. Irving Miller,
president of the ZOA, and Abra-
ham Goodman, chairman of the
Inner Committee, following a deci-
sion taken by the Inner Committee
of the organization.
The period from March 1st to
August 31st, has been set aside for
the most intensive activity thus far
engaged in by the ZOA on behalf
of State of Israel Bonds. There will
be two phases of the program, ac-
cording to current plans. One is to
enroll local Zionist leadership and
i manpower in the conversion of all
1 outstanding Bond c o mmitments
into cash. The other is to see to it
; that every member of the ZOA bt
I comes a purchaser of State of Is-
rael Bonds.
Award Board
Names of the Board of Judges
who will consider selections tor
the Outstanding Man and Woman
of 1952 have been announced by
Colonel Michael M. Isenberg,
chairman oi the committee.
They an judge George Holt.
Senior Circuit Judge of Dade
County: Ralph Renick, news ed-
itor, WTVJ; Jack Bell, columnist,
Miami Heraldr Betty Ward, youth
editor, Miami Daily News.
Walter B. Humkey, president,
Dade County Bar Association;
Mrs. Elizabeth Virrick, prominent
club woman and civic worker;
, Mrs. Madelon Ravlin, and Mrs.
iRegina McLinden, of the Miami
{Chamber of Commerce.
The committee also announced
! that Joseph H. Lipton. president
of the Dade Federal Savings and
I Loan Association, will again do-
nate the award to the man and
woman selected as the outstand-
ing citizen of 1952. Lipton urged
every citizen and group to par-
ticipate in the event.
The award will be given in
Bayfront Park on April 8th.
rimer May To
ik At ZOA
cr May. Zionist leader,
*ss the Zionist Luncheon
Wednesday. March 25th,
at the Ititz-Plaza Hotel.
'will be: Israel Lives.
Wst speaker is a native
pie, Tennessee. He now
Position of chairman of
onal Administrative Com-
20 A.
ftdnwday function marks
luncheon of the current
nes. Sponsor is the Mi-
lch Israel Zionist District.
h ''red Jonas, acting presi-
Pert E. Ossip is chairman
|astma-ii.r. assisted by
[H_ 1-ee Dan Broad. Jack
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CJA Units Report Active Campaigning;
Soviet Threat Spurs Giving In Miami
Nearly 500 members of Work bined Jewish Appeal in (ireater
men's Circle branches in this area j Miami is Sl.398.000.
have received a message from | Representatives of more than
_ ... ,. i40 industries, trades and profes-
David Ben-Gunon. saluting the K ^ MpreMnted ,,. tM
splendid services performed in Is- dj,jonai dinner affair which cli
rael through the Combined Jew- maxed the intensive campaign
ish Appeal conducted by business men in
Announcement was made by '. ** County for the past eight
WOPKS
Joseph Duntov of the communi-. ...
.n in the form Principal speaker* at the m
picture book- affair uhl n Yiddish en- *
itled. I'nser Ent-
ver.
Members of the
Workmen's Circle chairman
who have been Leading the field of
raditionally ae- units was the Finance and Insur
ive in the local ance group led by Leo Ackei
'ampaign were man. Edward I.eitner and Arthur
idxised by the Kahn. reporting 85 4 percent oi
Jewish leader the quota attained Close behind
that "we have with more than 8.1 percent of it
helped Israel pledges collected was the Ac-
welcome more than 700.000 home- eountants Cnit led by I)r. Kurt
Wellisch. Joseph Post and David
In third place is the Heal Estate


-
made by
communi-
cation in the form
,f a picture book- affair which attracted nearly 100
et in Yiddish en- key trades workers were ( an
Weinkle, president of the (.real
er Miami Jewish federation, and
Howard Kane, general campaign
trades
in
Hj
1 13
Duntov
less Jews from lands of danger
and oppression since the new ,
Division, headed hv Oorge J.
States establishment five years Bertman, with more than 83 per-
ago." The communication point- cent of the quota achieved to date
ed out that in 1953. it is again Serving with the Real Estate Unit
necessary to help Israel accept a ar<' "arrv So1"- s"' Goldman, Har
naw .,,. ,.r >f., *>' Magid, Jerry Schwartz and Joe
new wave Of refugees escaping j,(i .
Iron Curtain tyranny and that '
Other units reportins more
your community campaign is (h;in tme_h.jU ol th|. pWdge ((|,
your greatest instrumentality for lected include Liquor Unit. Pro-
ves and building Israel." duce Unit. Building Trades. Feed
Division, Drugs and Sundries.
Restaurant
SHr-
lne South Beach Men's Club receives its charter of incorporation bora
Crawford (seated). Looking on are Qeft to right) Harry Perkel, Dave Topp Nom
Al Hellman. Saul Friedman and Jack lynn. The organization has been meetinq,
the past few years, fostering good vrtill among residerits and businessmen oi the'
area.
(arsinoft lt'|irls
On L.iml In
Hands Of .l.\F
irred forward by the remark'.
ol Ral bi Joseph Narot. the Food Amusemenl
n ol the Combined Jewish ,"I'IU">S-
Dr Alisa Bskol, noted lecturer
and writer from Israel whose ap-
5sed its 1952 gifts
1 rcenl al an an-
linni : 1 arlii r this week
pcarances in the United States
.... uuiiicj i.ihk'1 nils weeK *........... ...... ...>. .....n^
Announcement of the increased ""' Candada to tell her country's
unit achievement was made b)
Chairman Sam Heiman and
Food Division chairman Leo
Chaikin at the close ol a record
NEW YORK Dr Abraham Gra-
nott, chairman of the Hoard of i>i
and At- rectors ol the Jewish National
Fund in Jerusalem, land purchas-
ing and development arm of the
World Zionist Movement and the
siaie ol Israi!. revealed at the an-
nual meeting oi the National Ad-
visor] Hoard of the .INF held at
the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel last Fri-
day that 80 percent of the total
Jewish agricultural land in the
'wish State is in the hands of the
and that
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visory Board, presided. Dr. Harris
J. LeVine. president of the Jewish
National Fund of America, greeted
-
the guest from oven
Fisher, executive
dered a report.
flOWTfl
Drive safely today save lives.
storj have earned her the reputa
tion oi being "Israel's most cap-
tivating good-will ambassador."
........... u, will speak at the Jewish Com
breaking ^in- event attended by munity Center of Homestead on
50 top leaders in the food indus- *ul>day. March 22. 8 p.m.
try here. Announcement of Dr Eskol's -''wish National Eund
The traditional annual affair appearance in Homestead was four-fifths of the total agricultural
Was held in th- Panorama Room nia(l(' ,,v Herman Marks, president Production of Israel derives from
of the Biscayne Terrace Hotel and ol ,ne Jewish Center. She will Jewish National Eund holdings.
..- marked by substantial in s|H'ak in "chalf of the Combined Congressman Emanucl Celler
creases on the part of contribut Jewisn Appeal. Subject of Dr. Es chairman of the JNF National Ad-
ors kol's address will be: Israel In A
Chairman of the event was Her- Democracy At The Crossroads.
bert sher. assisted by co-chairmen
Murraj Mattes, Murray Daum and
Melvin Weinkle.
Rabbi Narot. of Temple Israel
and a former I'nited Jewish Ap-
peal chairman in Atlantic City,
pointed out that "we are witnesses
to the new threat against world
Jewrj and specifically the poten
tial danger of the new Soviet
threats to Jews in the iron Cur-
tain countries He predicted the
possible historic repetitions of
new waves oi refugees streaming
towards Israel and emphasized
that Jews everywhere, and in
(ireater Miami, controlled the fate
and destinies, of these new com-
ers
Indicating the need for emerg
ency funds"gift dollar-, with no
Strings attached'needed to di-
minish the severe austerity pro-
gram which prevails in Israel, he
urged Miami Jewry to face the
historic reality that Israel must
be strengthened economically, u
well as militarily.
Members of the Dinner Ar-
rangements Committee were Mit-
chell Adler. Nathan Alexander.
Harry August, Sam Badanes. Rob-
ert Eelik. Joseph Garvett, Al
Green. Max Handshu, Maurice
H< Id.
Leonard Jacobus. Harry Rap
chuk. Irving Moss, Morty Neiman
Aaron Neiss, Ed Kay. Marvin Ros
enberg. Irving Rotfort, Ben Sil-
ver. Aaron Weinkle and Julian
Weinkle.
More than 65 percent of the
Combined Jewish Appeal's Trades
Division quota has been reached,
it was reported at a trades din-
ner rally at the Biscayne Terrace
Hotel late last week.
This places the Trades Division
well out in front of the amount
collected in the campaign at the
same time last year. The Trades
Division quota is $700,000. Gen-
eral campaign goal for the Com-
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IGIOUS DIRECTORY
I
LTH ISRAEL HEBREW
K will hold Friday eve-
LCs at 6:30 p.m. Saturday
services are at 9 a.m..
,bbi Isaac Kverw.ll d.s-
ering And Sacrifice. Kid-
C he bv Mrs. 1.. Schenker.
", at 5:30 p.m.. followed by
wdos and Maanv. Dally
[are at 8:30 a.m., and at
i *
LTH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
In] hold Friday evening
at 5:45 p.m. Saturday
- services are at 8:30 a.m.
[Abraham Seif will render
kical port'00 of the lltur8y-
nioon Bible class is sched-
? 5 pm., with Rabbi Shimon
iincha is at 5:45 p.m.. fol-
Shalos Seudos. Daily
I are at 8 a.m., and at 5:45
G. Toloff. Norman Singer, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Singer, will be
Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morn-
ing services at 10:15 a.m.

FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
Saturday morning services at 9 a.m.
Howard Stcrnlieb, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sol Sternlfcb, and David Katz,
son of Mrs. Louise Katz, will be-
come Bar Mitzvah at that time. Jo-
seph Hurwitz, of the Center Facul-
ty, will officiate.
Gre^er^crmi's
Synagogue Directory
PAGE 3 B
Shabbat will be Mr. and Mrs. "Par the services: Subjectuf a discourse
ney Fisher. Saturday morning serv- to be delivered by Rabbi Shapiro
{LITE CENTER will hold
Evening services at 5:30 and
n officiating will be Hy
president, and Ben Katz,
Guest speaker will be Lieu-
| Colonel Matthew M. Sle-
bbject of his discourse is
w as: My Experience In
|Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Cohen
(hosts at the Oneg Shabbat.
ly morning services are at
. Junior services are sched-
9. Rabbi Abraham Sachs
cuss the Weekly Portion.

PLE ISRAEL of Miami will
riday evening services at
n., with Dr. Joseph Narot
jg. Cantor Jacob Bornstein
ader the musical portion of
r. A Reporter In Search
| a current book by Howard
will be the subject of
ot's sermon.
*
HG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
kid Friday evening services
|p.m. Saturday morning serv-
l at 8:30 a.m. Mincha will be
p.m., followed by Shalos
under the sponsorship of
ISaof, Baltimore, Maryland.

M. GABLES JEWISH CEN-
irill hold Friday evening
at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Morris
(will officiate, assisted by
Irving Robinson and the
Choir under the direction
i Schiff Subject of the Rab-
liseourse is scheduled as:
(About Tho Next Chapter Of
iggadah In Russia And Israel.
prs of the Coral Gables Zlon-
ktrict will be hosts at the
[Shabbat following. Blessing
pbbath candles will be* the
nes Morris Simon, Abe Go-
lenry Barancik and Lucille
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
evening services at 6:15 p.m. Satur-
day morning scrvicaa are at 8:30
a.m., with Rabbi Simon April offi-
ciating and discussing: The Medi-
ator Who Failed. Cantor Berele
Kelemer will render the musical
portions of the liturgy. A class in
Customs and Laws is scheduled for
5 p.m., followed by Mincha and
Shalos Seudos.
" \
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man will preach on the topic: Is
God In Our Midst. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 8 a.m., with the
Rabbi scheduled to discuss the
Weekly Portion. A Bible class will
be at 4:15 p.m., followed by Min-
cha and Shalos Seudos. Cantor
David Silverman will render the
Agudath IsraelKafolii Inane Ever Or-
thodox. :,2.-, 78th St.. Miami H.'... h
Beth David Habbl Max Shapiro,
Conservative, 22j 8\V 3rd An.,
Miami.
Beth ElDr. Shmaryahu Swirsky, Or-
thodox. .',00 HW nth An., Miami
Beth Jacob Kabbl Moses Mem-heloff.
Orthodox, 301-SI 1 Wash. Ave., M II
Beth SholomItabbi Leon Kronlxh,
Liberal, i: 11 chaae Ave., M.B.
Beth TfHahRabbi Joseph Kaikov-
sky, Orthodox, 935 Euclid Ace., Mi-
ami Beach.
Coral Cablet Rabbi Morris Skop, Lib-
eral, 320 Palermo Ave., C. Gables.
Downtown SynagogueOrthodox, U5
NW 3rd Ave., Miami.
Flagler.Granada50 NW 51st T'.ace,
Miami.
Hebrew Academy Rabbi Alexander
Gross, Orthodox. 918 8th .St.. M.B.
Hialeah-Miami Springs Reverend
Leo Helm. Conservative. 951 E. 4th
Ave.. Hlaleah.
Hollywood Conservative. 2030 Polk
St.. Hollywood.
Israelite Center Rabbi Abraham
Sachs, Conservative, 3198 SW 24th
Ter., Miami.
Kneseth IsraelRabbi Abraham Caa-
sel, Orthodox, 1415 Euclid Ave.,
Miami Ileach.
Miami BeachRabbi Irving I Conservative. 1701 Wash. Ave., M.B.
Miami Hebrew SchoolKabbl Simon
April. Orthodox, 1181 SW 12th Ave..
Miami.
Monticello Park184th Street and NE
Uth Avenue, North Miami Deach.
North DadoRabbi Harry Ettlnger,
Conservative. 11830 W. Dixie High-
way, North Miami.
North ShoreRabbi Mayer Abrame-
wlta. Conservative. 820 75th St.,
Miami Beach.
Temple UraelDr. Joseph Narot, Re-
form, 137 NE 19th 8t.. Miami.
Tiftreth Israel 6500 N. Miami Ave..
Miami.
West MiamiRabbi Alfred Waxman,
Conservative. 5720 SW 17th 8t.,
Miami.
Young Israel Orthdox, 4001 Chase
Are.. Miami Beach.
ZamoraReverend Rudolf Brill. Con-
servative, 44 Zamora Ave., Coral
Oables.
ices are,at 9 a.m., with Junior serv-
ices at 11 a.m. Mincha will be at
5:45 p.m., followed by Shalos Seu-
dos. Daily services arc at 7 a.m.,
with Samuel Richman officiating.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Leon Kro-
nish officiating and discussing:
Ten Years Of Liberal Judaism.
Saturday morning services are at
10:45 a.m., when David Lee, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris J. Goldin,
will become Bar Mitzvah. Cantor
Samuel Kelemer will render the
musical portion of the services.
is scheduled as: Portrait Of A
President. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 9 a.m. Thomas, son of;
Dr. and Mrs. Morris A. Kleiman,
will become Bar Mitzvah at that
time.

HOLLYWOOD Jfcwisn COM-
MUNITY CENTER will hold Fri-
day evening services at 8:30 p.m.
Guest speaker will be Ben Essen,
Miami attorney. Cantor Joseph W.
Malek will officiate. Kiddush will
be recited by Joey Miller, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Miller. The
Oneg Shabbat is scheduled to be
sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Brill.
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services at
sundown. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Shmar- TER w.ll hold Friday evening serv-
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
yahu Swirsky will officiate and dis- ic
cuss: Catholic Israel. A class in
Talmud is scheduled for 5 p.m.,
and will be conducted by Rabbi
Samuel Krolowitz. Mincha will be
at 6:15 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seudos. Rabbi Swirsky will discuss
the Weekly Portion at that time.
Junior congregation services are in
the Academy Hall at 10 a.m.
Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz will officiate and dis-
cuss: A Call In The Wilderness.
Cantor Edward Klein will render
the musical portion of the liturgy,
assisted by the Center Choir under
the direction of A. Louis Mechlo-
witz. Saturday morning services
are at 8:45 a.m.
musical portions of the liturgy, as- services are at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Al-
sisted by the Center Choir under I fred Waxman will discuss: A Land
the direction of Joseph Schreib-
man. Baily services are in the
chapel at 8 a.m., and 6:15 p.m.

BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 6 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Moses
llecchelcff will officiate and dis-
cuss: Call To Israel. Junior con-
gregation services are at 9 a.m.,
under the direction of Benjamin
Kaminetzky. Mincha is at 6 p.m.,
followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi
Mescheloff will speak on the
Weekly Portion. Daily services are
at 7 and 8 a.m., and at 6 p.m.
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold early Friday eve-
ning services at 6 p.m., with Abra-
ham Goldstein officiating
Of Promise. Hosts at the Oneg
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold the last in its winter series of
late Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Max Shapiro
and Cantor Maurice Mamches offi-
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold regular evening services on
Friday at 8:15 p.m., with Reverend
Rudolf E. Brill officiating. Arthur
Deutsch, head of the Religious
Committee, will speak on the
dating. The Student Choir, under I Weekly Portion. An Oneg Shabbat
the direction of Mrs. Jack Dormer- will be given by Mr. and Mrs. Ben
stag, will officiate. Bernard A. Cohen. Services will begin at 9
Sterling, past president of the1 a.m., Saturday, and will be fol-
Synagogue, will be honored during lowed by a Kiddush._____________
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Judge Raymond Speaks
Newly appointed Judge Ray-
mond G. flfbthan, of the Small
Claims Court, was guest speaker
at the Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith
To Honor
Bernard Sterling
Beth David Congregation will
ai me anoiem Lodge B nai B nth | *"**" *".........--
luncheon meeting on Thursday at honor Bernard A. Sterling, who
the Variety Club of the Security [ served as its president for three
Building. Subject of his speech consecutive vears, 1950 through
pas: The Setup Of The New Court.11592 dllrin, Fri(lav ,,, ,vrv.
i ices tonight it 8:15 p.m.
It was ouring Sterling's term of
| office that the building program
for the new Beth David Sym
gogue and Religious School WU
carried through on Coral Way and
26th Road
Sterling has been a resident of
the community for over 30 years
and resides here with his wife.
Libby; two sons. Stanley and Rob-
Local Women
Attend Council's
Triennial Confab
Four local women are represent-
ing the Greater Miami Section of
the National Council of Jewish
Women at the 20th Triennial Con
vention of the national organiza-11
tion in Cleveland. The convention |ertTand a daughter Judv. 11,' is
opened last Monday and will con- owncr of sterlings Department
elude today.
The Miami delegates are the
Mesdames Aaron Farr. who has re-
Store. 5717 SW 8th Street. Miami
A reception will follow the
services during which Louil Hei-
Kl I lit.' Udl III.. nilllll I .'(*|- Ill 1
cently been nominated to the Na-; man chairman of the Committee,
tional Board; Theodore Pritikin i wj|| prpsu|P
president of the Miami Section. I_______.___!____________________
and Ben Rich. Mrs. Stanley Myers.)
National Board member from Mi Academy Mothers
ami. is also attending the conven ^i
tion Passover Program
Highlights of the convention creating A Passover Spirit In
which is being attended bv dele- _. ,, ... ..... ,
gates from 245 local Council Sec i Thc Hme U"1 bc ,hc ,hemc of a
tions will be addresses by Mrs. |gu.|special Passover program arranged
licent C. Mclntosh, president of by the Hebrew Academy Room
Barnard College; Mrs. Edward W. Mothers at the home of Mrs Alex-
iSiK J'r",1""1 i* ,hcl^derKogan. 3722 Royal Palm Av-
>oung Women a Christian Associa-;
tion: Thurman Arnold, former as-
sociate justice of the IS Court of
Dr. MlrhHson At
Dr. Donald Michelson, Hillel di-
rector at the University of Miami,
will speak at a Tropical Lodge
B'nai B'rith Hillel Program on
Tuesday. March 24th. 8:30 p.m., at
the Creater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Cemer.
Morton Gilman, program chair
man and campus representative,
has announced that there will be
a discussion on the topic: Passover
Throughout The?
M?cnaJ
Spec'
Con
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LEO
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phonti a.
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Bernard Starling
morning.
Appeals; and Mrs. Irving M Bngel,
national president of Council.
On the local scene. Council's
most recent project is the prepar-
ation for setting up of a class for JjJ
pre-school-age blind children in!
the Miami area it is expected that
the Dade County Public School
System will incorporate such da
ses into its regular curriculum.
enue. on Wednesday
March 25th. at 10 a.m.
The meeting will be designed to
acquaint the parents with the cere
monials. significance, laws and cus-
toms relating to the Passover noli-
Hadassah Book Review
The Big Change, by Frederick
Lewis Allen, will be the subject of
a book review by Mrs. 1. M. Wein-
stein on Tuesday. March 24th. 1:30
p.m., at Temple Beth Sholom. The
affair is a function of the Tuesdav
Review sponsored by the Greater
Miami Chapter of Hadassah.
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Rabbi Alexander S Gross, princi-
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lis K.it/. Hth Grade pupil and
daughter of Rabbi and Mrs Jacob
Km/ will explain the various cere
monials Mrs Sam Puchs will act
as narrator
Miriam Donnerstag, Academj
music director, win lead the sing-
ing ol Passover melodies,
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hyaAvodah Plans Convention
r Rabbi Siegel Is Speaker
Li S. Siegel, of he
TJgiou. Ubor in the
land dose assoc ate of
lister of Reli'ons
inI will ho the guest
frorah VaAvodah 80*-
Inod for the Greater
,hc near future.
ivodah Is 'he Feder-
Juovement of religious
|d workers in Israel
Led with the World
boss and the Jewish
. to his appearance
eaker. Babbi Siegel
ie prineipal addresses
Lber <>f M^mi con-
nd the Greater Miami
Association.
Ecl was national cx-
Jctor of the Hebrew
College of Chicago
I nc js former execu-
esident of the Rescue
Station Fund <>f Amer-
of the ltelicious Di-
Ithe Chicago United
Ml. chairman of the
Dzrachi Organisation
member of the na-
Hap'X 1 HamizraeW.
iel is also a member
finical Council of Chi-
I author of a book in
lUlurgical music. Mevo
Hazimrah. He was
Iructur in Traditional
IMusic for over two
the Theological Col-
ling the lorthcoming
lodh convention here,
said that the organ-
*ntly concluded its
ttional meeting in Is-
gigniiicent factions
oved to be a deterrent
wi re abolished.'1 He
kted that efforts are
Rabbi Samuel Siegel
currently being joined to reestab-
lish the Sanhedrin.
lers of Immortal
torials for the
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Indays Phone 4-3249
Israeli Youth
Official Will
Visit Miami
The Assistant Director of the
Youth Department of the Jewish
Agency for Palestine. Zvi Caspi,
of New York City and Israel, will
visit Miami and Miami Beach on
March 23rd through 25th, as part
of a two-week Southern tour.
Announcement of Caspi's visit
was made by Harry J. Sonz, chair-
man of the Greater Miami Zion-
ist Youth Commission. Purpose of
the Israeli's visit is to meet with
educators and students here who
are interested in working and tra-
velling in Israel during the sum-
mer months.
On Tuesday, March 24th, an open
meeting is being planned for mem-
bers of all Young Adult groups in
the area to hear Caspi. The meet-
ing will be held at the Bureau of
Jewish Education Building.
Psychology And
Religion Viewed
At Beth Sholom
Psychology And Religion was
the theme of the program of the
open meeting of the Temple Beth
! Sholom Sisterhood on Wednesday,
according to Mrs. Aaron Farr, Sis-
! terhood president.
Dr. Florence Orin Wechsberg,
of the University of Miami and a
clinical psychologist, discussed:
What Religion Means To Me, Dr.
Joseph Narot, Rabbi of Temple
Israel, spoke on: What Psychology
Means To Me.
Mrs. Leon Kronish is chairman
of the Sisterhood programs.
Miss America
Prelims On
Miami Beach
The Miami Beach Junior Cham-
ber of Commerce is sponsoring the
1953 Miss America official prelim-
inary pageant on Sunday evening.
March 29th, at the Roney Plaza
patio gardens.
The pageant is the only Greater
Miami area competition which will
vanguard the Florida State and
finally the Miss America finals in
Atlantic City. New Jersey.
Seventeen scholarship awards
totaling $26,000 will be awarded
finalists in the nationals, and Mi-
ami Beach entrants will be eligible
to receive valuable prizes of cloth-
ing, lingerie, beachwear, flowers.
vacation trips to Nassau or Cuba,
exclusive gowns, a weekend at the
Roney Plaza Hotel and oil paint-
ings.
The queen chosen at the Roney
Plaza will compete in the state
finals She will represent Florida at
Atlantic City. Local judges for the
Miami Beach Pageant will be an-
nounced soon by the Judging Com-'
mittee headed by Max B. Kogcn
and George J. Albaum. members of
the Junior Chamber of Commerce.

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Heth Dai id Musical is Miami fttfre|[gfj Will ASSISt Id
AJCommittee Drive
STARS IN YOUR EYES, a satirical revue, will be presented
under the sponsorship of the Beth David Sisterhood at the Mi-
ami High School Auditorium on Sunday evening. March 22nd,
. p.m. The show is an onninal production written and
cted by Trixie Levin and is under the chairmanship of
Mrs. Beit Slier and Mrs. IsiJor Eckst. Above is a dance
ice winch f3ctures bottom row, left to right) Gilda Shav-
Z^lda Jccobson. In the rear left to right- are Judy Zip-
3nd Nathalie Eqert. Photographed below is a scene en-
titled. Motherhood. Participatina aie (left to right] the Mes.
dcrr.es Donald Hack, Samuel Shavin and Harold Drucker.
Frank l-efi. national member
ship director of the American
Jewish Committee, has been in-
vited t<> a.-.-ist in a membership
drive by the Greater Miami Chap
ter. American Jewish Committee,
it has been announced by Burton
B Goldstein, chapter membership
chairman,
l,ii. who helped organize the
chapter lasl year, will spend nfv-1
eral da>- in Miami organizing the,
current drive.
Calling upon the Jewi-h com-i
munit> t" support and join the)
American Jewish Committee,
Goldstein quoted a message from
tar) of State John Foster
Dull)>s sent to the recent annual
meeting of the Committee. "Your
efforts to put down racial and re-1
ligious bigotry," Dulles wrote.;
"serve the highest ideals of cit-
izenship, .md you deserve the
support and gratitude of all loyal
Americans "
The American Jewish Commit-
tee i the oldest Jewish agency in
the United States organized for
the promotion of intcrgnnip un-
derstanding. Baron de Hirsch [
Meyer is chairman of the Greater j
Miami Chapter, Seymour Samet
i- the Southeast Area Director.;
with offices at 213 NE 2nd Ave-
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Obituaries
PHILIP SIMKOWITZ
1, r 4SS3 Pine Tree Ur., Mtoml
passed awi) auddeni) al n -
..... March loth. He was
state operator. S. rvlcea took
mi Klveraide Memoi Inl i Impel,
ritermenl In Ml Nebo Cemeterj
!.. .,ii Kronlsh ofl [led
s. rvlvliiR are hi- wife, Blna; a soil.
B., and a daughter. Mra.Flor-
, ,.., an ol Miami Beach, and
ther, Chlam, of Russia.
CHARLES STILLMAN
:, i aased awaj Man h i Ith In Holly -
i, Miami Beach Klveraide
the remains to New iork roi
. .. Htlllman was a prominent
to weal manufacture! aasoi
with David frystal. Su
re a wife, Ky, and three i h dn
. Robert and Mr* Susan
u ..... i The Stlllmans are n
ol Q ; Neck. N.V
JOHN MILLER
Ins Avi M I Ben It. Pjss-
M n | 12th. A
. i ,.,,,,. here eight months
ago fri.....'hli igo irvl*
... Helm Hi
. bodj to t'hli ago I 41"
lal.
WILLIAM PASTERNACK
worked o! Kra i
sent the remains to hlcago

HYMAN HOLTZMAN
ST. .
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Miami
MRS. JENNIE LEVINE
- Ml
LESLIE SALL ADBOTT
MR. ANN,, B.EOELMiar
,1 March l Miami S. H
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VI nnces Levlne: a H;
I ,, Id a sis er. Mrs. Sarah Wein- Ahramsoi
Mlai "Ml* Shi srot i
llnltlver. .ior.ii!! fl
,:. I In S ';.,,'
I.;i/..if At
Wost Miami
\ childrfflu Bazaar will be held
on Sundaj afternoon at the Waal
Miami le*isn Center
x circus tide show. art and
handicraft exhibit will be featured
on the program. Children will be
in chirge ol tne varioua bootni
and HI offer for sale such fenu
aa ,,.:- v ii toys ''id clothing.
Eleanor Bolner and Shirley
Ha, are in chai t ol refftao-
ments
Tifereth Iaratj _
features Merch
Tifereth Israel
er Will sponsor a to
(enter tomorrow J5*\
21M ;.nd all dayS^<
Featured win be
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-,m. iu mertha
Miss Charlotte Epstein. "enU, games
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HERMAN MILLER
MRS FANN't ni.l-l.Kn ,-, t n ... --------
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hi .igo f"i nd '""" ttrui and
f 1, and Nathan. 1
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MRS. LOIS VANGILDER
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MRS GERTRUDE E. METZ
7327 Hill
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ISAAC KARP
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Ing are hli
A ., x. ,wo sol two ilaugn-
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STANLEY HOWARD GOLDMAN
,. \u ih St i- fatallj In-
T ii sda) Ighl when *" auto-
ear his home < '
,.., ,r\ ked bj hli I irenta, Mi ind
Mrs Isldi a brother, AI
I, ., .-.:. i Man .ill UlaPlI,
.,ii.I. gi-andfnlhi Servl wer hel
iVedm >d thi llordon FMnerml
.,1 in Ml Ni-Iim i ...-

I.var Srhool
Unit* ArtU-UivH
The school presented a Spring
Festival <>f song, dance and poetry
last Friday.
On March 6th the Senior Class
nl ihe Lear School observed the
traditional Senior Day. Guests
Hi'li'
Senior advisor, and Mrs. Ida R. | A complete ne ,
Ix'ar. director and principal of Products will also be
the Lear School.
Halwortriy Hall's. The Valiant,
was presented at the Lear School
a> part of an assembly program.
Philip Solomon took the lead of
James Dyke. Larry Lieberman
played the warden of the prison
and Adrienne Green, the sister of
the condemned.
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STRrCTItT KASMRUTM em PIMffl
LENA SPELKE
. .. died n Manli
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band Hem on hi d
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ROBERT SELTZER
,sth Stree! died I March
Hew ret In
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ition Period
red By
Heer
nil*'ii 300 volunteers in
fined Jewish Appeal
! Division to assume
"saviors of our people
Heal time of interna-
lon." Rah"' James G.
ess'ed a Southwest area
at the Colony Rest-
^ Sunday morning.
|g the period of 1938
Lent as the period of
|he pointed out that the
Israel has already re-
750.000 refugees from
iirope and stands ready
[to keep its doors open
jews are threatened
jeller. president of the
Inist Organization of
jid a former United
ppeal chairman, de-
recent trip to Israel
the need for emerg-
funds to enable the
cracy to become self-
Trie predicted that the
IkI will continue to be
the two and one-half
in Soviet Russia and
I Curtain countries now
I by now tyranny.
area chairman Irving
lliami chairman M. J.
[greeted the workers
final instructions be-
king the door-to-door
annual campaign,
an chairman for Dade
rry Zukernick, intro-
ki Heller and Carl
fcsident of the Greater
fch Federation. Beach
nan Harold Shapiro
[that his group would
' community campaign
prxt ton days.
rris Skop. of the Coral
B tenter, delivered
on.
ing Majors distrib-
Denta and workers'
pnteers who pledged
Jail solicitations with-
en days: Mrs. Samuel
nan Kam, B. II. Lib-
Regal. Abe VVhite-
kcar Zeltzer.
Ihe Captains who at-
pickoff event included
isterdam, Alex Aron-
p>ll. Willard H. Ben-
Bierman. Kenneth i
lanuel Burstein, Mrs. j
Itein. Julius Deutsch, j
Sylvia Kriedson.
uld. Murris Jacobs,
Laufer, Mrs. Joyce
frs. Frieda Levine, B.
orge N'athanson, Mrs.
Mrs. R. Pertes. Dr.
Oscar Rappaport,
jenkraru. Walter Ros-
Fred A. Sandier,
jpl. Herman Sokolow,
ptor and Larry White.
Chudnovsky Unveiling
The dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late Rose Chud-
novsky, formerly of 4244 S. W. 9th
Street, will take place Sunday,
March 22nd, 2 p.m. Mt. Sinai Me-
morial Park Cemetery with Rabbi
A. Becker officiating. Mrs. Chud-
novsky is survived by her husband
Phillip. Arrangements are in
charge of Palmer's Miami Moun-
ment Co. Friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
Sterling Unveiling
-The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Leo H.
Sterling, formerly of 900 S. W.
3rd Street, will take place Sun-
day, March 22nd, 1 p.m. at Mt.
Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery
with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiat-
ing. Mr. Sterling is survived by his
wife Lena. Arrangements are in
charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Co. Friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
PAGE 9 B
MADE
Stern Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Benja-
min Stern, formerly of 911 7th
Street, Miami Beach, will take
place Sunday. March 22nd, 2:30
p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Mr.
Stern is survived by his wife
Fannie and two sons, George and
Paul, also three daughters, Eve-
lyn Morrison, Anna Cowan and
Mrs. Barney Ross, also two broth-
ers. Arrangements are in charge
of Palmer's Miami Monument Co.
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
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Kepke Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Betty
Kepke, formerly of 12801 N. E.
5th Avenue, North Miami, will
take place Sunday. March 22nd.
3.30 p.m., at Mt. Sinai Memorial
Park Cemetery with Rabbi S. T.
Swirsky officiating. Mrs. Kepke is
survived by her husband Solomon
and her mother, Mrs. Mary Frankel.
Arrangements arc in charge of
Palmer's Miami Mounment Co.
Friends and relatives are asked
to attend.
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PAGE 10 B
6^00 Persons Jam Beach Auditorium;
Mrs. Roosevelt, Joseph, Kingdon Speak
An estimated 6.500 persons show
ed up for a Defend Israel Rally last
Thursday evening sponsored by the
Greater Miami Committee for the
Bonds of Israel Government. Thou-
sands of residents here were turn-
ed away in their effort to hear Dr.
Dov Joseph, Israel's minister of
State, Mrs. Franklin Delano Roose-
velt and Dr. Frank Kingdon. noted
author and radio commentator.
Dr. Joseph set the theme for the
rally by noting that this was the
second time within a generation
for Jews to be persecuted in Rus
sia. "The only difference in this
latest effort," he said, "is that now
Israel is an established haven for
refugees from the Communist cam
paign."
Warning that this haven needs
economic aid, Dr. Joseph pointed
out that "there is much more t
be done, and it can
man. spiritual leader oi the Miami
Beach Jewish Center.
Colors were posted hy .lewish
U v Veterans under the command
of Major Kenneth Braidman Lil-
lian Robbins sang the national an
them. Jan Bart also appeared
Guests included Julian Venez
kv of Peoria. national chairman
State
Sa hi Hir**h To
Plav Lad In
Kin;: L&mr
The Cniv.rsily of Miami Ring
Theatre has announced the cast for
King Utr, feature production of
the Third Annual Shakespeare Fes
tival dated tor April 14th through
25th.
Sam Hirsch will play the title
role in addition to directing the
plav. Also in the cast are Maggie
Bill
Blair Kelly Norm Somach and
Smith.'
Other cast members include Eli
Del Sette, Byron Sperow, George
Sapios, Nick Ryder, Norman Mc-
Kinley. Howard Soloman, Strickler
Pollack, Frances McNainara and
James Kilbride.
Don"t rush, others may suffer
W !- *..,
til km
OFFICE Ms
i she =:~ E^ri^J-ss
ami area. Israel Bonds.
eiivn. i'ii* t-w-R"-" ...
1 Charles Shuts. Robert Altman,
Barton's Bonbonniere Solves Problem;
Makes Kosher For Passover Candies
Years ago in Europe and in the duce not just one but a fasc.nat-
Lnited States, when Passover"ing variety of kosher for Pass-
came, all food items including over confection:
ucn .uu.i- d wcre amoved from the
not be done ; '
saka -". *- =- rr":
ders with what it has had on
hand." he said, "and the state can
not be charged with neglect. But
the simple fact remains that we
must have additional investment to
further our economic develop-
ment."
Appearing here for the first
time. Mrs. Roosevelt stressed the
importance of building Israel as a
strategic bastion for democracy in
the Middle East. "Israel is not just
a refuge for unhappy people," she
explained "I think the country will
be one of the leaders in that area
of the world and will help all of
us to keep the peace." ,
The pace for bond purchases was the manufacturing of
set by Dr. Kingdoms address in gredient
which he described his recent trip
to the Jewish state. Chairman of
the rally was Rabbi Irving Lehr-
Dr. David
Hendel
OPTOMETRIST
Announces the removal to his
New and Modern Offices
at
247 71st Street
corner of Harding Avenue
Miami Beach
(formerly at 7107 Collins Ave.i
Phone 86-4195
to eat them during the Passover
season. The only Passover sweet
that was available was a type of
Jelly candy. To have interesting
sweets at Passover was out of
the question.
Stephen Klein, president of
Barton's Bonbonniere. tells us
why Passover sweets were not
possible in the past. He explains
that the manufacture of raw in-
gredients was impossible to con-
trol without a prohibitive amount
of time and effort. In Europe,
many of the ingredients came
from different countries, and
there was no way of supervising
those in-
would be
Kosher for Passover.
Having come from Europe,
where he and many of the Barton
executives had been brought up
to understand the significance of
traditional requirements for Pass-
over. Klein and his organization
had the knowledge needed to
solve all the difficulties involved.
Barton's took upon itself this
trail-blazing undertaking.
Thus, through the combination
of years of advance planning.
supervised production of raw ma-
terials, research in developing in-
gredients suitable for Passover
production and through technical
advancement Barton's finally-
found itself in a position to pro-
This year the list of Paassover
items includes some of the most
attractively designed and ingeni-
ously conveived items that Bar-
ton's has ever carried. Added to
this are some of the most fascin-
ating packages, designed by art-
ists to make Barton boxes, not
only colorful and attractive but
richly instructive as well.
Barton's bonboonniere produces
all its products under the super-
vision of the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations of America
and its affiliate, the Rabbinical
Council, consisting of 560 Rabbis.
Rabbis, representing this US and
Canadian organization, supervise
and endorse as Kosher, every item
produced at the Barton factory.
Selma Thompson
Attk Your Urovvr
-Vr

Sunshine Sweets
All Packages Packed under Sup
of
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Director
BETH JACOB VAAD HAKASHRUS
100% Pure Sugar
Use it for Passover as well as every {
of the year
Distributed by
Green Bros.,
Miami, Fla.
Southern Dairies
To Serve Its Many Jewish Patrons
Announces with Pride and Pleasure
KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
Homogenized Milk Sweet Cream
Pasteurized Milk Sour Cream
Country Style Cottage Cheese
and Popcorn Cottage Cheese
SPKCIAt
Kosher L'Pesach Ices
Lemon. Lime and Raspberry
Under the Supervision ol Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashrus
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
Tell Your Driver or Phone 9-6501 For Service
SOUTHERN DAIRIES
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Unvoting
id To
[p Officer*
jvid S. Andron. president,
I this week that a mect-
fe Board of Directors of
iew Academy will be held
by evening. March 24th, 8
ithc Academy Auditorium.
Genet, chairman of the
linns, will present the slate.
|11 also present the 20 rec-
Jcted meml>ers of the Board
{tors who will serve for
and three year terms.
[LEGAL NOTICE
CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY OIVEN that
Igned, di drlng .....ngac.. In
uodi-" I'"' fictitious name of
DTKS I lEI.H'ACIEK, at 1747
u Am Miami, intends to
Thg name with the Clerk of
[I, c I of 1 Mile County,
q.li: K siiarpsteen
K. KEHHLER
|f,ir Applicant
ATI
I
'ICE TO CREDITORS
ICOUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN PROBATE. No. 29204-B
|TATK HP
SKV.Mi 'I It. Deceased
idltors an I All lYraoiiB Hav-
, I>. i ,.nds Against Said
of you, are hereby
to present any
|d ill nianda hlch you, or
u. i! have against the
ftTIII'l. SKYMl MR. do his-
i 'oui | Florida, to
i udges of I 'ail..
^ -a in.- In their
|ht I'ouill} l 'OUI thOUM ill
n'v, l la, wli hin eight
the date of the
Eitlon i iil Bald claims
i: the legal a.i-
.1 to be sworn
- i aforesaid, or
-
. i ii 19(1.
IN,
of the Last
h n. nt of
[iu:i. SEYMOUR, Deceased
lor
I'
CE BY PUBLICATION
circuit court of the
th judicial circuit of
in and for dade
INCHAN;ERY. No. 157658
1it for divorce
IK TRASK, Plaintiff
[a TRASK, Defendant
A Trash 04 i:.im Bih
, Sea York :-. NY.
notified that Hill
I Divorce has been
tft you, and you are reiiulr-
i ni your Answer
, Kill of Complalnl
Palntiff s Attorney, IRYVIN
I s u _'_,i Avenue, Miami,
ni file the original Answer
! in the office of the Clerk
1 i on ..r before the
If you fail to
sin.-nt bj default will be
II the relief de-
tlW II II of I'.miplalnt
t unaii i., published onoa
Jfot foui nneecutlve weeks
ll.UI.-ll KI.OR1DIAN
M' "l:l>i:i:ED ai Miami,
"Ml da i M ii, h. A.l>.
LEATHERMAN,
Court,
. Florida.
) M liltKKN
. i Deputy Cli rh
UNDER FICTITIOUS
.NAME LAW
M Ki:i:Y GIVEN that
to ranee in
i.,'1.. 'ni tloua name ..f
P'-V at 1 :-, Lincoln Road,
register said
ol the Circuit
hlorida
Bll
I-IU.1I0 illBIN, INC.
M ii.ii ,v |.-i:ii:d
W Applicant
nd
NAMDEERLA^CT,TIOU9
!> iii.Ki.r.v QIVBM that
..'." engage In
'"-..- name of
U '"". i KtH>vcTa Co..
I,..,K ; lirrace, Miami,
K 'I ': 1*1 said nan,,.
I 'il'i- Circuit Court
K,,">. riuinl.,
fclMAv'i!*^' s"'" Onw
y ,m.A.N
H m^C0URT OF THE
OADKICr^L CIRCUIT IN
IHance^NTV. FLOR-
i:\ti\i
l efendant.
V-LICATioN
I I | | '
'"TON. Mine
i .1 to erv
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no
to nerve
1 the Hill of
A
H. 19 I Hils 2
fATHBRMA*
I Court
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, -. :n-.'/ .lli-l M
iirr
LEGAL MOTICE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 27200- B
ki: B8TATB ok
l.i:\A SMITH, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed my final report ami petition for
Final lHsclinrgc as Administratrix of
the estate of I.KNA smith, deceased;
and that on the 13th day of April,
1953, I will apply to the Honorable
County Judges of Dad* County. Flor-
ida, for approval of said final report
anil for final discharge as Administra-
trix of the KSTATI-: nF I.KNA
SMITH, deceased
This 6th day of March, 1953.
ANNE satin.
Administratrix of the
F.atatc of
i.kna smith. Deceased
Tt'KK & N i:\VM \\
Attorneys for Anne Hatln
420 I.inc..In Kd.. Miami Heaeh, Flu.
3/13-20-L-7 4/3
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 28072-B
RE: ESTATE < IP
IKVIXC O. KiU.HY. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTIOol-TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR. FINAL
DISCHARGE ;
NOTICK isienUy given that 1 hav'e
filed my final report ajid. petition for
Final I'ischarfte as Isx.-ctttrlx of the
estate of IHVIN'ii Ii Kulil.KY, de-
reas.il; anil that on the l"th day of
April, ItSt, will apply tq the Honorable
County .luilgcs of l>aile County, Flor-
ida, for approval of said fmui report
and for final dlacharj|e as Exeoutrix
of the Kstate of IKVINti ii. KOBLBT,
deceased.
This 11th day of March, 1 !:.*'.
MIRIAM KtlHDKY.
aflLTON A. FRIKHMAN
Attorney for ICxecutrlx
3/(3-20-27 4/3 ;
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME IJplW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that
the underslgneil. desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious ninie of
JACK'S TAVERN \- BNACK UAH. at
I14M B W. .Till Avenue, Miami, in-
tend to register said name itji the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado
County, Florida.
JACK AJ.BAUI.I
Al.li'K R.- AI.KAi il.l
STEPHEN KKSSl.Kl:. Attorney
i B.W. ISnd Ave.
1/11-S0-27 4/3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 157510
Ji>HN LEE GRANT ami AGARTHA
ELOISE GRANT, hla wife.
Plaintiff a,
vs.
Dt'HA (JARVIN and
OARVIN, bar husband,
Defendants,
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN TI1K NAME OP THE STATE OF
FLORIDA
TO: DURA OARVIN, If living, and
OARVIN, her husband. If
living, whose resiliences are'un-
known: ALL UNKNOWN heirs,
devisees, Kiantees. creditors or
other parties claiming by,
through, under or sigalnsl DORA
liAKVIN, not known to be dead
or alive; AND Al.su as to each
of the above named defendant
Individuals. If they be 'deceased,
then all unknown heirs, 'devisees,
grantees, creditors or other par-
ties claiming by, through, under
or against such defendants: A.VD
ALSO nil other and unknown per-
sons having or claiming to have
any right, title or interest in the
property which Is the subject
matter of this suit, said-property
lying and being in Dade1 County,
Florida, and more particularly
described as follows:
I ...Is U Bnil 3d. in Block !>,
of DIXIE HEIGHTS OAR-
DENS, according to th.- I'lat
thereof, iv orded in I'lat l!..ok
21 at Cage SI of the Wuhlic
Reoordi Florida.
Yi '1 AND EACH Ol
by notified thai a suit has ben filed
in the almYe nanicil Court, |>. the
plaintiffs above named, for the pir-
lil.se of guletlng tltu- "f the ptalntlffa,
In ami to the proper!) involvf-d here-
Inabove described.
YOU ARE HEREBY i lifj l-H >
AND REQCHtKD to file y, r \,r
anee in said suit on or before- VJJP- 'l"tli
day of April, 1963, and In-default of
such Appearance, a Decree !*ro Con-
feaao w t: 1 be antgred against yuu and
eai h of \ >u .
This Order (0 be published1, once a
week tor fmir.it) coneecuUva weeks
in The Jewish Florldlan, a Nejrapaper
published in Dade County, Plorlda.
DONE AND ORDERED .at the
Courthouse in Dade IV.UUW-, Florida,
this 10th day of M-nruIr, 19a3 "^
F:. It. l.KATHKI'.JIAN.
Clerk Of the Circuit Cant
By M. 0: <:i:i:kn.{.
(Seal) Depute '.Clerk
BEN KSSKN ,
Attorney for I'lalniitfa*
S23 ScylKjld Itldg., Miami, EliC
3/13-20-27 I i
i i.ie Miii'iii
Hie I'.ainly,
YuC :u4 heie-
LEGAL NOTICE

IN "?'i5,7'?FooBV PUBLICATION
FLoBa- F-- C-CUF,TT0
Vs JAylll:l(- I'lalntif"
e
OF
DADE
;,;";:;-,v,1r,"lf,"""; "" sriWiE
c -,i i%?,rV "', "- ri"lk 'he
i in ult i r.uri .,,1 before the nth dav
of April. A D 1951: ..tli.-rwise. "Si
of Complalnl for Divorce, heretofore
"J1y herein, wUI be taken a. confeiSed
-a^lKrc1J.*T.'i,"0rld"'th'-Mw*>'
K H. LEATHERMAN.
' i'-rk of the Circuit Court,
r'i- i. r. Uade Couniy, liorida
(Circuit Court Baal)
Byl V..M. w. 8TOCKINO.
M Deputy Clerk
."same and Address of
PiMntlfs Solicitor:
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
vCh^v ""** M,a,ni' norid
,m -fl?J'SE BV PUBLICATION
'N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
liLrtB.ErtVH.sJUOICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADF
S1P vTr, IN. CHANCERY0 No 157?,7
MARY ElhENBERO, Plaintiff,
MORRIS EISENBERa. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
rOi MORRIS BISENBERG
4114 Manhattan Avenue
Sea Gate, Brooklyn. New York
IOU, MORRIS EI8ENBERG. are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divi.n-e has been filed
against you, and you arc required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to. the Hill of Complaint on the
plaintiffs Attorney MKN ESSEN
ESQ., >:: s,.yi,i,i itT.lg Miami. Hor-
'..."' !;ni1 '"'' ""' "i"'g'iial Answer or
'leading in the office of the Clerk of
the circuit Court on or before the :,
day of April, I9M. if you fall to do
so, Judgment by ibttault will be taken
against you fr th.- r.-li.-f demanded
In the 11111 ,,f Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week tor four consecutive weeks
m THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami
Florida, this 3 day of March, AD
l !:.::.
fin-nit Court, Dade County, Florida
K. It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
By M. C. GREEN
i Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
BEN ESSES
ah..in.-, for Plaintiff
.:: Seybold Hldg.
M lami. I";. : ,,l.i
t/*-I3-2 1-27
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 157280
ROSEMARIE CLEONTES, Plaintiff
\ i
ROBERT JOHN CLE< i.NTKS,
Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ROHKRT JOHN CLBONTE8,
'.7 West B7th Street,
New York City. New Y'ork.
You arc reiiuired to serve a OOpy of
the Answer to the Hill of Complalnl
Upon the plaintiff's attorney, MOR-
TON ROTHENBEROj 420 Lincoln
Road. .Miami Beach. F'lorlda, and file
the original in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before Ap-
ril 2. 1953: otherwise, said Hill will be
taken as confessed by you.
Dated this 2 day of February. 1953.
B. It. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of II.....iivuit Court
By R. II RICK. JB.
i Sean Deputy Clark
3/6-13-20-27
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
IDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. No. 157185
MARY SHINN. Plaintiff
KiiRWnuD SHINN. Defend.mi
Ynr. NORWOOD SHINN. are here-
by notified to file your defensive
ts i" this suit with tliis Court's
Clerk, and serve a copy on Plaintiffs
attorneys, Hutnei A.- Kutner, Olympla
Bldg.. .Miami. Fla., on "i before March
.: i, 1953, else the Complaint will be
taken as confessed bj you.
Dal.,I: l-.li. 2, 1953, K. B LEATH-
ERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Court Seal) By W.M W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk. 8-11-20-S?
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT C> THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCLrtT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. RJ-OR
IDA. IN CHANOCRY.- No.*57463
I KAN'iTS E. KTJJK1., JR.
JVaJAjJU
/vs.
i'AI'l.a A. 4CTKi-:L" -D.-fi'iidag*. -
NOTICE BY FUBLlCATeON
Tut I'Afi.A A i:tzi:i.
. c o*Mr. and Mrs Kle, oil. luia
South Roa* Hi nil iv
rol VKI-: HEREBY NuTlFlED
thai a Hill of Complaint for. I
has bean filed aamlnsl you in the
above entitled and you are here-
by required i i serve a copy of youi
Answer to the Bill of Complalnl .m
PI n- ifs attoi nej -. and file the tiK-
In i! in the office of the Clerk of the
Cnellit OoUli "O or before C Itl
-I i) of API II, 1953. othi Dei res
i .. i I be i ntei ed I
you.
This notice shall be published onc<
each ,ek for four consecutive wteks
in Tin: .ikwisii i-i.oMdian
Dated al Miami, Florida., this Sth
daj of March, I
B, i: LEATHERMAN,
Cb-rk. Circuit coin i
lly. \\ M \Y BTOCKING,
Deputs Clerk
I'ALLOT'I". SILVER / Jll'l.i.uV
Attorneys for Plaintiff
8U4 lugiaham Building
Miami, Florida
1/U-M-n 4/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTH'K IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- undersigned, desiring to engage in
lusiuess under the fictitious name ol
THE CHICKEN cool', at 13M N.W.
3rd Avenue. Miami. Dade County,
Florida,, intends to register said name
t>TMh the Cl.rk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Counts. Florida.
ROA8TMASTER Culll-ORATION
nl- FLORIDA,
a I'....' Ida orporatlon
RICHARD KRBIOER FINK
Attorney for
Roaatmaster Corporation of Florida
lit i'..unless Building
ml I Wl-M .
LEGAL NOTICE
ii i. Mill, -ri-'ffi"1'
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 28363.B
RE: ESTATE OP
Lucas \v. sififker iioe.n..H
N0T^,,^?TE"'^ ?o'AKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
_ DISCHARGE
.% nil K is hereby Kiven that I have
v ,,",'*' 'V'"1 r'l'<'-l and petition for
rin.il Discharge as Adinliilsti-atrlx of
uu estate of LUCAS w. mefker
ed: and that on the lUth day of
April, 19(3, will apply to the Honorable
County Judges ol Dade County, Fior-
ina, for approval of said final report
?"'!,'"' J"",' discharge as Admtiiis-
^!!*:: "" Ktte of LITAS W.
Mi-.l-h.ER. deceased.
This Hit, day of March, l'.Ga.
MAltll. lll'.Ml-.S SIKCKER,
Ailministratrix of the
Estate of
LUCAS W. SiEIKKR.
I It. MAYER* deceased
Attprne) for Administratrix .
-'. 13-20-27 4/3
LEGAL NOTICE
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 28354-B
RE: ESTATE Or
HKN.IAMI-N 1 RANK, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby giv.-n that I have
rued my final report and petition for
arg.- as Executrix of the
estate of BENJAMIN PRANK, deceas-
ed: and that ..n the :'ith day of April,
S :. will apply to the Honorable
county .ludccs ,f bade County, Flor-
ida, for approval of said final report
and for final discharge as Executrix
Of the Estate of BENJAMIN FRANK
ii.-- eased
This 17th day of March. 1!.:,3.
., SARAH FRANK
Mlf.ToN A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Flxecutrix
:i .'n-L'7 i. 3-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
IDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. No. 157620
ERNEsr w, RJE8E, Plaintiff
GERDA R1ESE. Defendant.
YOU, GERDA R1BSE, are berebj
notified to tile your defensive plead-
ings to ibis suit with this Court's
Clerk, and serve ii copy on Plaintiffs
attorneys, Hl'TNER .-, HL'TNER,
Olympla Bldg., Miami, Fla. on or
April i:,, 1933, els.- the Com-
plaint win be taken at i oflfeased by
i
Dated: -Mar 12, 1933. E B. LEATH-
ERMAN. Clerk .f the circuit Court.
(Court Seal) B) W.M. \v. BTOCKING,
i pui 'lei k.
:: 20-27 I j-io
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the flctitlouf name of
FISHERMAN'S WHARF RE.-TAl R-
SNT, at ;l"l Blscayne lllvd In the
I Miami. Honda. Intend to reg-
ister ihe said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit court -d Dadi County,
lili-i-Y BARNBTT
CLARA IIAKNETT
Bl RNETT ROTH
Attorney for Fisherman's Wharf
I 13 Coir: -- Building
Ml mi I

NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 157394
JULIA ADELINE bHERIDAN,
Plaintiff.
vs.
THOMAS PATRICK SHERIDAN,
1 lefendant.
Tn: THOMAS PATRICK SHERIDAN
1:;;.", New York Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
You are required to aerVe a copy of
your answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the pMinffrTs in I -m.-. .
and co file the original .answer m the
office of the Clerk ofj the circuit
Court on or before the ttrTi dav of Ap-
ril. A.D. 1963: otherwise, the Rill of
Complaint for Divorce, heretofore fil-
ed herein, will be taken as confessed
by you.
Da led at Miami, Florida, this the
4th day of March, 1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
clerk of the Circuit Court,
i lade i 'otiniy. Florida
(Circuit Court S. all
l!> W.M W STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
Name and Address of
Plaintiff's Solicitor:
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
l":1:: Seybold Hldg., Miami, Florida
:i 6-13-20-27
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PR03ATE. No. 29626-B
In Ru; EMATE OF
riUI.Il- scil.MERTZl.Ei:. Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Ag.iin.~i Bald
Estate:
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required te*preaenl any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
of PHILIP SCHMERTZLER,
ed late of Dade County, Florida,
io the Honorable County .Indues of
Dade County. And file the same In
their offices in the County Courthouse
In Dade County. Florida, within eight
calendar month's from the date of the
flral publication hereof. BaM claims
or demands ti> contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as-aforesaid, or same
will lie barred
Date February 23. A.D. 1953.
1.11.1.IAN SCIIMERTKlJOR,
Al Administratrix of the
Estate of
lllll.II' SC.HMEKTZ1.EK.
Deceaaed.
TI'RK A NEWMAN, 420 Lincoln Rd.,
M .urn IV...fi. Fla
Attorneys for Administratrix
3 27 I/6-1I-M
II s *
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAVX.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undi gned, desiring Io nigage In
titftus n mi, i i
K till If Uncoln
Road. Miami Beai h. I lOCida, Intend*
h the i lerk
r the ilrcu.t Court of Dade C
'',"""a- HARRY KILI.V.
150 I,in .-In Road.
Afiaml Beach, Florida.
MnllTi IN ROTHKNItERii.
Attorney for Harry Kllby
42" Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
3/-U--TT
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nan.....f
WEINRICHS BAKERY AND OVEN
HAKE .--iii -1'. al -tin I'onee ii.- i. on
Blvd., Coral Oables, intend to i -
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Da.b- County, Florida.
VICTOR REISS
OTTO BOCK LI
owners \- Co-Partners
MYERS, HE1MAN A KAPLAN
Al n-i neya for Applicants
s >i.......Hds
1,3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
GRANADA REALTY, at 201-211- South
Miami Avenue. Miami, Dade County,
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
Morris HONIGBAUM
rose a honigbaum
beryl morrison-
annie morrison
israel stkinp.acm
rosf: stkinbal'm
ciiertkof and kal1sh
Attorneys for Owners
3/20-27 4/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage m
business under the fictitious nan.....f
TRC-LITE, at 3071 B.W 87th Avenue,
Miami, Florida, intend to register said
name with the Clerk of tn,. Circuit
Court of Dade County, Flo
DAVE DOBBY
L. D. TUCK
FREIDMAN AND MIAPIRo
At toiii..\s for Dave Dobby
and L. D. Tuck
:i l'ii-27 1/8-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 157371
HELENE DKDE BUYER. ITalnttff,
vs.
ERNEST STAR BOYEM, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ERNEST STAR BOYBR
Address t'nknown
YOU ARK NOTIFIED that a bill of
complaint for divorce has beet
against you, and you are required-to
erve a copy of your angwei
on plaintiff's attorney. MARX 1-AI:
f:h. 112 Congress Building. Miami,
Florida, and file the original In the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, on or before the ith day Of
April, 19.-.3, otherwise a decree ;:
confess,, will be entered against you.
Dated this 4th day of March
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Clrcull I
By M. C. GREEN,
i s.ali Deputy Clerk
:: 6-18-20-27
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 29178-B
In R( ESTATE i IF
MAURICE FISHER. D.e.a-. !
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
said Estate:
You, ami each of you, are I
notified and required to preaei
and dema n Is which you
culler ol you, may have ... .
tati of MAURIi i: FISHER, di
ed la te of I >ade Count). Floi da, li
thl HON. FRANE E. HOWLING,
- 'ounty Judge of l lade Couni no
file th.- -an..- in his office ,n the
Canty Courthouse In I'ad.- County,
Floi Ida, within .in lit i alendai
from the date of the fir.-t pu
lion hereof. Said claims or demandc
to contain the legal address -: the
claimant and to be sworn to and pre-
sented as aforesaid, or same will lie
bai red.
Da to FebMary 19, A.D. I9SS.
MINNIE FISHER,
As Administratrix of the
Estate of
.MAURICE FISHER. De-eased-
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for Administratrix
412 CoiiKiess Building
.Miami. Florida
2 27 3/6-13-20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDaT IN CHANCERY. No. 156982
PEGGY- RITKES, Plaintiff.
\s.
11 Y.MAN RITKES, Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
To: HY.MAN RITKES. 130 South 1'th
street, Brooklyn, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for I- i
lias been filed against >on ami you
..re required to serve < copy ol
anawer or pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiffs attor
DAVID a frank. 4o:i Olyn
Building, Miami, Florida, and f i the
original Answer or Pleading in I
office of the clerk of the ]
curt on or before the 25th da... ol
March, 1953, If you fall t" do
Judgment by default will be Mnh
' % ou. .
DATED al Miami. Florida, this 19th
day of February, I9r.3.
' E 1! LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florid.
Bi w.M. w. BTOCKINO
Deputy Clerk
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
DAVID A FRANK
Attorney for Plaintiff
403 Olympla Building
-7 :t 1-13-80
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FRIDAY,]
Bureau Of Jewish Education Sponsors
Passover Preparation Workshop
Miami Hebrew School Sisterhood Meet.
Passover Preparation Institutes
sponsored by the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education are now in full
swing in workshop sessions, on
radio and television.
On Tuesday, March 24th, a Pass-
over Preview will be held at the
Beach Branch of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center in
collaboration with Mrs. Ethel
Grossman, director of the GMJCC
nursery schools. A model Seder
will be held under the direction of
Louis Schwartzman, executive di-
rector, and a Passover melody
workshop under the direction of
Cantor Jack Bornstein, of Temple
Israel.
A similar Passover Preview will
be held on March 25th. at Flag-
ler-Granada Jewish Center, with
a song workshop under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Jack Donncrstafi. All
workshops are open to the general
public.
On Thursday, March 26th. the
Bureau and Community tenter will
sponsor the Tiny-Tot Seder over
Station WTVJ at 2:45 p.m. The
television program will feature the
elude Cantor Irving Robinson, of
Coral Gables Jewish Center, and
Miss Laurel Rubin, Soprano, in a
descriptive Seder scene.
Ilr. Swirskv Will
DfacoM Passover
Dr. Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. Kab
bi of Congregation Beth El, will
deliver another in a series of lee
tures on Judaism. Tuesday. March
24th, at 8:15 p.m.
The topic for the evening will
be: The Paisover An tosighl Inln
hs Customs, Rituals and Ceremon
ials.
Or. Swirsky received hi* Doctor
ate from the University "f Chi-
cago, where he was awarded mem
bership in Phi Beta Kappa In ad
dition to being on the faculty of
the graduate school of the t'ni
versity of Chicago, i>r Swirsky
was Professorial Lecturer of Prac
tical Rabbinics at the Hebrew The
ological College there.
He is a member of the Board of
Governors of Lincoln Universitj
and a member of the Speaker's
nursery school children of the Mi! Bureau of the Mi/.rachi Organiza
ami Branch and will headline tra-
ditional sections of the Passover
Haggadah.
Passover In Song, an original
song narrative by Louis Schwartz-
man, will be broadcast over St a
tion WKAT on Saturday. March
28th. at 7:15 p.m. The cast will in
tion of America. Dr. Swirsky for
merly was a member of the Min-
nesota Labor Relations Board.
The evening is being sponsored
by the Men's Club of Congrega-
tion Beth El. A question and an-
swer period will follow the lec-
ture.
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Mashgichim are taking care of Kashruth at the farms and
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liew^islbJElDipidliiQun
FLORIDA
FRIDAY, MARCH 20. 1953
,bi Miller, Herzog Will
ddress ZOA Conference
of the ZOA Administrative Council meeting at tha Van-
1 on Sunday. March 22nd, will be a banquet honoring dele-
i,0 pnl in Temple Beth Sholom. Guest speakers will be
r Miller, president of the Zionist Organization of America.
If Chain) Herzog. Israel Military Attache in Washington. A
Umiliar figure on the World Zionist and Jewish scene. Rab-
ha, also been a leader I
ervative Synagogue and
leader oj the Edge-
York Congregation.
I of active work in ZOA,
osen lo succeed Zionist
Dr. Stephen Wise as
t){ the American Jewish
ear's convention in New
Miller was elected
dent.
I Eire, where his father
ost of Chief Rabbi, Col-
Herzog received his
bling there and emigrat-
fcstine in 1935. Follow-
jdies in law and lang-
Ireturned to England to
ffafcfci hrlm Mllhr
eludes Fred Jonas. Miami Beach-
Israel Zionist District president,
Mortimer May, honorary chair-
man, S. A. Goodman, Judge
Harold Spaeth and Elvin Hell-
man, co-chairmen. Associate
chairmen are Judge Edward
Oka. Councilman Burnett
Roth, Councilman Bernard Frank,
Seymour B. Liebman, Alex Van
Straaten, Sidney Sachs, Miami,
Morris Simon, Coral. Gables, and
| Dr. E. Kaplan, Hollywood.
Presiding officer at the sessions
from this area.
end of World War II. He is also
a member of the Board of Hebrew i
Union College and a leader in the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations.
Now rounding out his 2nd term
of office as president of the South
More than 400 members of ihe
American Jewish community
eastern Region, Robert Persky, i'
former Kentucky legislator, comes | m,?,on- DC- al ,he National
from a Louisville family noted for | Leadership Conference f o r
its may scholars and Hebraists.[ State of Israel Bonds to inaug-
As Regional president, he traveled I urate the 1953 campaign of
last year to the World Zionist Con- the Israel Bond drive. One of
gress in Jerusalem as a delegate
tntl (na>m Nerio|
hi- education at the Uni-
Cambridge and Lon-
graduation. he quali-
iBarrister at Law in Pal-
Iwell as in Kngland.
! outbreak of World War
[enlisted as a private in
After attending the
Royal Military College
nmissioned Second Lieu-
sorved jn the armored
r'd on the General Staff
the European theatre.
North Shore Jewish
Center Will Break
Ground On Sunday
Ground breaking ceremonies of
the North Shore Jewish Center will
be held on Sunday afternoon.
March 29th. at 3:30 p.m. Appearing
as guest speaker will be Claude
Pepper, ex-Senator from the State
of Florida, as well as city offic-
ials of Miami Beach, Surfside and
Bay Harbor Islands.
D. Lee Powell, Mayor of Miami
Beach, will deliver greetings in
the name of the Miami Beach
Council.
The building program will im-
mediately follow the ground break-
ing ceremonies and will include
the construction of the main Syn-
agogue, as well as an up-to-date
modern Religious School with 14
classrooms.
Rabbis of Greater Miami will
participate in the ceremony, with
| Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of the Mi-
' ami Beach Jewish Center, deliver
! ing the invocation and Rabbi Mos-
es Mescheloff, president of the
Rabbinical Association of Greater
Miami, delivering the benediction.
A Cantata, TorahThe Inher-
itance, written by Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz, spiritual leader of the
North Shore Jewish Center, will
be presented, with Cantor Edward
Klein chanting the musical por-
tion assisted by children of the
Religious School.
the prominent personalities
who addressed the three day
meeting was (upper left) Sen
ator Robert A. Taft, of Ohio,
Majority Leader of the United
States Senate, shown receiv-
ing a plaque for his "historic
contribution to the creation
and development of Israel"
from Henry Morgenthau, Jr.,
chairman of the Board of Governors of the Israel Bond organ-
ization. In the center is Abba Eban, Israel Ambassador to the
United States. Shown below are Senator Herbert H. Lehman
(left), of New York, and Dr. Dov Joseph, Israel's Minister of State.
Konn I'assvs On Dr. Ran son. Cantor
Reparations Paet Cerner Officiate
BONN (JTA) The agreement At Seder Services
Cantor Elisha Cerner will offic-
iate with Rabbi Marius Ranson at
The Federal Parliament of | the Temple Emanu-El Community
Seder service scheduled for Mon-
on Sunday is Mortimer May, Nash-
ville. A Zionist figure of many
years. May is now a member of
the Actions Committee of the
World Zionist Congress and has
attended its meetings since the
iteigel Will Run
For Mayor Oi
Went Miami
Morton Beige;, an accountant,
qualified as a candidate for mayor
of West Miami shortly before the
deadline Monday for the town's
April 14th municipal election, mak-
ing it a two-way race.
Beigel has been a council mem-
ber for two years.
to pay Israel $822,000,000 in repar-
ations for Nazi persecution of the
Jews was ratified Wednesday night
here.
West Germany passed on the
measure, with aid coming from the
Socialist opposition to support
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer.
Final vote in the Bundestag was
238 to 39, with 86 members ab-
staining.
The agreement had been approv-
ed in the Bundesrat on February
20th. Reports here indicate that
it may return today for final ap-
proval before the Federal Presi-
dent signs the $822,000,000 pact
into law.
According to the stipulations of I
the agreement, the sum designated
will be paid to Israel in manufac-
tured goods mainly and over a per-
iod of 12 to 14 years.
Lighthouse Drive
Hal S. Pelton, president of the
Lighthouse for the Blind, has an
nounced plans to mail fund rais-
ing seals for the 1953 Lighthouse
Drive. The seals are already cir-
culating in the Greater Miami area.
He said members of the Miami
Lions Club Auxiliary, under the
chairmanship of Mrs. J. J. Wicker,
prepared the seals for mailing on
a completely voluntary basis.
More than 132.000 envelopes
were mailed to residents here.
day evening. March 30th. 6:30 p.m.,
in the Hollywood Beach Hotel.
Cantor Cerner was born in Aus-
tria and has performed as a con-
cert artist throughout Europe. He
is now a resident of Miami Beach.
The major portion of his life was
spent in Chicago, where he served
as Cantor with Rabbi Morton Ber-
man and Rabbi B. Goldman.
In addition to traditional songs
affiliated with the Seder, Cantor
Cerner will render a musical pro-
gram of Jewish folk song favor-
ites.
Hollywood women participating
in the affair are the Mesdames Ev-
elyn Boren. A. W. Davis, Charles
Greenman. J. J. Matz, Samuel L.
Ross, H. G. Schlafer, Simon
Schwob. H. J Siegel, Ben D. Silver
and Arthur Strauss.
Fort Lauderdale women are the
Mesdames Milton Goldsmith. Mol-
lie Newman. A. S. Shwartz and
Jacob Stillman.
Tamara Chapter Meeting
Tamara Chapter Mizrachi Wom-
en will hold a meeting on Tuesday,
March 24th. 8:30 p.m., at the Prince
Michael Hotel.
I *rfimer May
i.k'J946 hc was d>-
nlh 'he rank of Major.
pe Israel War of Inde-
L ga" Herzog suspend-
' Practice and joined the
* Anm in January,
P Promoted t the rank
E an F Air Attache at the Is-
K! m Washington, DC.
F*>K is the elder son of
ft* the Chief Rabbi of
I Isc Herzog.
f>uet Committee here in-
.. .h firmnaed the Sunday evening dinner of the Zionist Organization of America
Shown above are members of a committee tha J"^^ zionist8. YThe dinner will be held in Temple Beth Sholom. Front
Administrative Council in comunction ****** rl 1)odinaili M. May, F. Jonas, D. Borad. M. Weiss and E. Hellman.
row (left to right) are L. Falk. S. Sachs. M. Jg^^AgSS J. Bernstein. J. Kahn. A. Pearlmutter. J. Alter. C. Lee. S. Pros-
^^^^Ts^TsoVt^ H- Plato* L. Osheroff. M. Meyers and A. Rubin.
11


Goldberg Again
Heads Beach
Advisory Board
Our Film Folk
By LEON GUTTERMAN
(Copyright, IMS, Jwh* t.>I-bMc
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Charles Goldberg, manager of| HOLLYWOOD With Danny
the Delano Hotel, has been re- KaV(, consistently racking up I vir-
elected chairman of the Miami tUal capacity $55,000 week after
Beach Public Relations Board. week at the New York Palace, the
Addressing committee members comedian il headed for .1 new
and guests. Goldberg reviewed the nje|M jn Broadway show business
role of the board he heads in the history ... It was Danny who told
overall Miami Beach scheme. j us recently. "A successful man is
"I have had the pleasure of be !oru. who earns more than his wife
ing a member of the Citizens Pub-; can SpCnd A successful woman is
licity Advisory Board for the past ono wno finds such a man" .
__-_____ Av Gardner, back from Africa
weeks back has continued at such
a favorable pace that shell be In-
corporated into additional Mi
ments this season Mrs. Berg, un-
der contract to NBC-TV, has been
on the sidelines all season because
of the network's inability to clear
time, despite sponsor interest ,
Gertrude says whether or not a
man succeeds in pulling the wool
over his wife's eyes depends on
the yarn he's using
While a $50,000 down payment
j. the binder to producer Charles
of the
V A S S O V K It iT?
Kosher L'Pescirh
ARCHER FRUIT
317 Lincoln Road
ZAltfc
CMrAN,
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PHONE.
K Feldman'i purchase
where she had been locationing M.r,.(.,i rights to Seven Year Itch.
with Clark Cable on the film Mo the author. George Axelrod. |
kambo. will start preparation on ,.. t w.mt to start getting paid
until January 31. 1956. and there-
after That's the starting line for
the film version's release, and
young Axelrod has arranged for
hi- 80 percent author's share of
the $225,000 purchase price to be
her new MGM picture King Arthur
And The Hound Table, which is to
be tensed in Britain ... It MM Ava
who confided: You can get any
thing you want in life, if you just
wait until you can't use it" .
Director Merwn LcRoy's younu spread over three years from that
son, Warner, an unusually bright date Al Rosen, company man
student at Stanford University, is ager 'if The Country Girl, the Clif-
set to follow in the foootsteps of lord Odetl drama, is diekcrng with
his famous father. Papa LeRoy di-
rects MGM'8 biggest box office
hits year after year while son
Warner writes and direct- shows
for hi- college classmates .
Mervyn calls one of MGH's big
stars income Tax because of her
staggering figure Writer Nor
man Krasna got $100,000 from
three years and its chairman for Paramount for his White Christ-
tile past year.'' lie explained that mas original story which wai balk
Charles Goldberg
Christine Jorgenson to tour for
bun next season in Mary Had A
little, a play Rosen had on the
n ad several seasons ago which
cleaned up III- offer is being seri-
OUsly considered .
Irving Ravetch. screen writer
and son ol a Los Angeles Rabbi.
returned to Hollywood following
the folding Of his play Certain Joy
the board's duty is to act as a buf-
fer and to advise the Council on
the allocations ol one mill ol the
taxpayers' money.
Gold I to a rec-
: 16mm film called. The Miami
SI rj inch 1- 11 ing dis
tributed by the Chamber of Com
merce. 'To date." he said, "the
film had bad 57 showings in 44
different cities and 25 states. To-
tal sd audience is over 25.000,000
persons."
According to Goldberg, the j
board appropriated S100.000 for
newspaper and magazine ads dur-
ing the past year. Oother alloca-
tions included S1.T50 for the an-
nual Good Neighbor Tennis Tour-
nament. S2.500 for the Spring and
ed bj both Bing Crosby and Fred
Astaire because the role- made
them out "too young Crosby, Irv-
Berlin and Paramount are
three-way partner- on the indepen-
dent picture for Paramount re-
li ase, wit* Berltn in for a $250,000
guarantee for In- songs, old and
new Irving says some dogs are
pointers, but his is a nudger. He's
too polite to point' .
Impresario Sol Hurok i- flying
to London next week to finalize
details on next fall's visit of the
Sadler Wells' Ballet to America .
Groueho Marx missed his first
scheduled performance in seven
years because of flu. His TV show
is filmed And its Groueho who
comments: "Man cannot be cer-
Summer Fishing Tournament and : tain of which is more deadlythe
S 1.500 for poster- to be placed in
transportation offices all over the
country and to be shown to audi-
ences meeting in different cities.
Also re-appointed to serve on
the board for another year are
Jess Bramson, C. w Chase, Ed-
ward Merr. Morton Gottlieb, Ira
art and Ernest Woolfe.
hydrogen bomb or the hydrogen
blonde" Harpo Marx has in-
vented a three-dimensional pop-
corn: You wear glasses on your
mouth to eat it ... It looks like
there's a Texaco Star Theatre fu
ture in Gertrude Berg's TV career
Reaction to Mrs Berg's integration
into the Milton Berle stanza a lew
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DIRECTED BY LEON SCHACHTER
Irving Pietrack's Orchestra
during it- Philadelphia tryout. Ac-
cording to reports, the production!
involved a loss of about 188,000
Mr- Samuel (ioldwyn has Renned j
I Like To Make Movies for the 1
April edition of Woman's Home
Companion Arthur Kober is
back from Rome and working on a
new play Arthur wrote the Im-
mensely successful Having A Won-
derful Time which made him a
pile of money (Ireer Garson
.planes from Hollywood to Boston
1 tin- week to help kick off the local
Red Cross drive Barney Bala-
1 ban. president of Paramount Pic-
tures, will serve as honorary chair-
man of the 1953 Joint Defense Ap-
. peal Producer-Director Anatol
' I.itvak's picture, now shooting in
! Paris with Kirk Douglas, is tenta-
I lively called Somewhere In The
World ... It was Kirk who wrote
us from Paris: "You don't have to
I run away with another man's wife
; these days: you can walk" .
Milton Berle made a special trip
to Miami Beach to emcee the an
nual Police and Fireman's Bene-
fit this week Milton's advice to
young men: "Never tell a girl you
are unworthy of her; let that come
BS S complete surprise" .
e Sanders has gone to Naples
irf Shooting the new Roberto
Mini picture |)on't 1111--
Ethel Merman In Call Me j
It's a riot Eddie
ationing in Palm Springs
looking great Don
vice presidi nt in charge of
production at MGM studio, pre
I with a plaque by the Amer-
ican Legion of Texas tor his mag-
a\ documentary, The Hoax-
ters Producer Samuel Gold-
>n cited by the Federation of
Women- clubs for his "outstand-
1 ing contributions to moral and cul-
tural development ol the screen"
Georgie Jesael tells us confident
ly that he is going with a brilliant
but ugl) girL Georgie says she's
probably the ugliest person in the
I* 'rid. It- the fir-t time he has
een garlic back away from
a person People always look at
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oivalr) 1- a man's de-ire to
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[^Institute Set For Wednesday
[~j e Hankoff, presi- Chairman of the Institute.
CVarent-Teacher Asso-
|thc Miami Beach Jew-
will greet mothers of
Religious School stu-
Pas^ovrr preparation In-
Vednrsday. March 25th.
. Mrs.
Henry Waitzkin, announces that Ihe
workshop is designed to give par
ents a complete orientation on the
forthcoming festival of Passover
through a series of sessions revolv-
ing around Passover traditions, rit-
uals and foods. A complete Seder
will be demonstrated by Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman, with the mothers
participating.
Feature of the day's sessions will
be the awarding of a prize to one
of 14 mothers competing in a Se-
der table decoration contest.
Candles will be lit by Mrs. Harry
Kaplan. The Mesdames Irving Fir-
tel, Samuel Lurie and Henry Hill-
man will narrate the story of Pass-
over. The musical portion of the
workshop will be under the direc-
tion of Cantor David Silvcrman
and Joseph Schreibman.
Israelite Center Seder
The PTA of the Israelite Center
is having a model Seder at 10 a.m.,
Sunday, March 22nd, for children
of the Hebrew and Sunday School.
The Seder will be under the super-
vision of Andrew Kornreich. Mrs.
George Kessler is chairman.
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Actncy, inc.)
Telegraphic
I nknown Jewish Martyr had its
original conception during the Nazi
occupation of France. Schneersohn,
though he went into hiding, felt
that it was important to collect and
protect for the future the record
(1f those dayi of tension. He or-
By SAMUEL EPSTEIN Museum of Archivesthe dOCU-
One would hardly expect to find ments detailing the authenticated
a library in a tomb, but there will I history of the Nazis persecution of i.:ini/(.,| a team of research work-
.lews Hero will be found the ver> en who. at the risk of their lives
i ii .1 .. .,a rh laid the foundation of the Jewish
papers signed by Hitler and (ocn- ",u _____,.,,;.,<
Contemporary Documentation (en-
be both a library and a museum
in the Tomb of the Unknown Jew-
ish Martyr whose cornerstone will
be laid in Paris in a few short
weekson April 19thin the res
ence of the President of France
and a wnole galaxy of notable.
The Museum and library is in
fact all ready. Books and docu-
ments are being added from time
bels.
ter. Six of the founders fell into
The designer of the Tomb of Uhc hands of the Gestapo and were
the Unknown Martyr is the noted killed, but the work went on.
French Jewish architect. Alexis U/hen Paris was liberated, the
Persitz. and here. too. truth is jewjjn Documentation Center took
stranger than fiction. For the fad OV(.r ,,. f,|e_s ,,f (he Institute for
is that the Persitz was himself ,ne study of Jewish Questions, the
saved from a gas chamber He ac Vnh> General Department for
tually was consigned to destruc- ,,,wlsh Questions, the German F.m
of SSri-ldeS a?hSh Z> fi^^JjlJS *"? '" "JT S "" ^
persecution of Jews extant con- ZStSRJTSSt^
taming more than 70.000 docu-; v
ments. a large part of them taken The P1""-^' altogether is so dra-
from the archives of the Nazis I matic as ,0 aPPear "ncrcdibli- were
themselves. it not lor 'he fact that much of it
Many monuments to the 6.000.- is already an accomplished fact
000 Jews who perished in the Nazi:and nas behlnd not onl> ,no
gas chambers arc being projected i Government of France but the sup
in various parts of the world, but i Prt of eminent Jewish leaders the
none, it may be said, will match worl(l over, as well as such non
the uniqueness of the Tomb of the Jewish- s p o n sors as Winston
Unknown Jewish Martyr Churchill and several reigning (OV-
UM Tomb of the Unknown Jew- ereigns.
ish Martyr is conceived in a three- The man who originally con
fold aspect. It will contain a crypt ceived the project. Isaach Schneer-
where the actual ashes of the mar- sohn, is an important French in-
tyred slain of Auschwtiz and other dustnali-t Originally, he lived in
death camps will be reinterred. Russia, leaving that country at the
It will also house a Hook of Re time of the Bolshevik revolution.
Schneersohn has four sons, three
of whom were officers in the
French army during the last year,
and one was a commander of the
French underground resistance
unit after the Nazi occupation. The
fourth son served for a time as
Mayor of a French town.
The idea Ol the Tomb of the
membrance. where it is proposed
to inscribe the names of as many
of the 6.000.000 who perished at
the hands of the Nazis as can be
identified. The Book of Remeffl
brance will also tell the story of
all the hundreds of Jewish com
munities destroyed by the Nazis
Lastly, the Tomb will house the
Much of the material which they
possessed themselves were placed
at the disposal of the prosecution
in the Nuremberg Tribunal and
helped convict the Nazi criminals.
Later, with the aid of General
Tel ford Taylor. Chief American
prosecutor at the trial of the war
criminals, the Jewish Documenta-
tion Center added to its collection
the anti-Jewish archives of the Nazi
Government Here are to be found
the ver> papers of Hitler and Him
ler dealing with their dastardly
crimes against the Jews There is I
a special list with the names of j
5.000 German war criminals and
over 3.000 collaborators.
Not only has the Jewish Docu
mentation Center been of help in
the trial of the war criminals, but
the Center has sponsored from
time to time the publication of
books digesting and interpreting
n- vast collection of material. The
Center has so far published 17 such
works All of the material is cata-
logued in over 100.000 index cards
It is a place for the continuing
study of the greatest crime in his-
tory-
The whole collection will be
housed in the Tomb of the Un-
known Martyr, a living documen
tary memorial of all the evil deeds
in one wing. In another wing will
be the crypt, containing the ashes
of the Martyred Jews taken from
the sites of the death chambers
and concentration camps. Along
side the grave will be a Ner Tamid.
with six lights symbolizing the six
million who perished. Here the kin
of the dead may offer memorial
prayers for their loved ones.
The French Government is co-
operating in every way and has
assigned a site for the memorial
in one of the most historic parts
of the city of Paris. Schneersohn
feels that Paris is the ideal site
for such a memorial. Paris is the
crossroads of the world. Everyone,
he tells you, at one time or an-
other, goes through Paris whether
in crossing Europe, or going from
Israel to America or vice versa.
The French capital is a proper lo-
cation, he believes, also by rea-
son of the fact that France has al-
ways occupied an advanced position
in the fight for religious and ra-
cial freedom.
The President of Israel, Issac
Ben Zvi. as well as Prime Minister
Ben-Giirion. has joined the World
Committee for the erection of the
Jewish Memorial. The Committee
also includes such famous names
as the Rothschilds. Dr. Albert Ein-
stein and Robert Schumann. In
America, such men as Edward M.
Warburg, Dr. Abba Hillel Silver
and Nahum Goldman are associ-
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inum 1953
>tween You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
t, 1951, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
IfON T R E NDS: Did | that the $50,000 for the investiga-
Lni.-t leaders lose all
Washington? This
ow being asked with
quency by rank-and-
Many wonder how it
hat the Zionist leader-
fcountry was not aware
,e committee planned
nds for a study of
Arab refugee issue
location was actually
announced .'. The
. caught the Zionist
appinu. indicated that
elements in Washing-
nri their way not only
> Department but also
ri. This, at a
he impression existed
el friend-hip has not
mong ilie members of
Hi i ongress despite
k" policj of the State
Isri I...
op of the Senate com-
llocate sfiO.000 for a
Arab refugee situa-
a> with the above im-
ealls lor great vigi-
Ii ]. obvious that the
any other .studymay
recommendations
Ion
tion of the Arab refugee problem
was allocated unanimously by the
Senate committee and at a time
when everybody in Washington
spoke o* reducing government ex-
penses This gives the key to
the appeasement sentiments now
penetrating even Congress The
money could have easily been sav-
ed, since a study of the Xrab
refugees, available to every mem-
ber of the US Senate was long ago
completed by the United Nations.
DANGER SIGNALS: Israel faces
five serious dangers should the i
announced "new look" policy of
the State Department on the Arab-
Israel issue become a pressure pol-
icy in favor of pro-Arab elements
in Washington The first dan-
ger is a possible "suggestion" that
Israel admit Arab refugees now liv-
ing in the neighboring Arab coun-
tries Such a suggestion could
not possibly be accepted by Is-
rael because it would increase the
Arab population in the Jewish
State and would change the entire
character of the country ... Is-
rael would then- for all practical
purposesbecome not a Jewish
ie trend in Washington j State but a bi-national state, with a
more and more pro- strong irredentist Arab population
backed by the neighboring Arab
countries The second danger
is the possible tearing off of a
piece of the Negev from Israel
in order to create a common bor-
der between Egypt and Jordan .
Such a scheme is being talked
for both Israel and about in the Egyptian press and
y turn out to be very I seems to be favored by Britain for
or the Jewish State strategic reasons ... It would give
if the] suggest the re- Britain the possibility of withdraw-
Iirael of a portion of ing its armed forces from the Suez,
fugee in order to ap-1 as requested by Egypt, and to move
ab rulers who are be-1 than to Jordan where they would
the State Depart- remain close to the suez .
must not be forgotten' At present, such a transfer of
kighl) important that
htcndations should not
Mher surprise to Amer-
; leader- This is no
caught napping .
nember- of the Senate
er "compromise" rec-
British forces from the Suez to
Jordan would require their pas-
sage of Israel territory in the Ne-
gev The third possible danger
is in the internationalization of
Jerusalem on which the Arab coun-
tries, except Jordan, insist under
the pretext that there is a decision
of the United Nations to this ef-
fect ... It seems that the US Gov-
ernment is not interested in this
issue at present, but the Vatican
is, and no one can foretell what
the State Department's stand on'
the issue may be if the policy of j
appeasing the Arab rulers contin-
ues .. The fourth danger is a re- j
vision of the Israel-Syrian border!
which Syria requests and which
lane] cannot afford to accept be-
cause of water power projects I
The fifth, and greatest, danger is
the possibility of an American, or
Anglo-American, imposition of a
solution of the Arab-Israel dispute
on terms unacceptable to Israel
which is eager to conclude peace
with the Arabs but on reasonable
terms There is also, of course,
the danger of Britain and Amer-
ica's supplying modern arms to the
Arab countries in quantities which
would substantially change the
present balance of armed power
between these countries and the
Jewish State.
JEWISH GENERALS: A very in-
teresting book on Jewish participa-
tion in military life in the Western
World during the last 60 years has
just been published in England
under the title, 140 Jewish Mar-
shals. Generals and Admirals .
The author. E, Rubin, has done a
good deal of research on the Jew-
ish military leaders in various arm-
ies, except the Soviet Army ... He
has no chapter on Jewish generals

PAGE 5 C
in the USSR because of the impos-
sibility of freely checking facts
there However, his chapters
on Jewish military leaders in other
countries contain material of great
value to Jewish historians They
give the biographies, the military
activities and the promotions of
each Jewish general and admiral in
15 countries, including the United
States ... It must, however, be
pointed out here that the list of the
Jewish generals and admirals in
the American forces is far from
being complete There is no
mention, for example, of Rear Ad-
miral Lewis Strauss, who is now
President Eisenhower's special as-
sistant on atomic energy matters
. Nor do we find Brigadier Gen-
eral David Sarnoff, or Brigadier
General Morris C. Troper, as well
as a number of others The
country which figures in the book
with the largest number of Jewish
generals and admirals is Italy with
40 names, followed by Frances with
26 names The United States
has 23, names listed, and England
is represented with more than 15
names .'. The book is being dis-
tributed in the United States by
j Bloch Publishing Company.
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Miss Rosner Wears
Sister's Bridal down
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Rosner. of
1460 West Avenue. Miami Beach,
announce the marriage of their
daughter. Sandra, to Sheldon
Green, son of Mr. and Mrs. Art
Green. 7500 Abbott Avenue. The
ceremony took place on Sunday
at the Kneseth Israel Congrega-
tion. with Rabbi Moses Meschel-
off officiating.
The former Miss Rosner was
married on her birthday and on
the wedding anniversary' of ner
twin sister. Mrs Abe Friedman,
whose bridal gown she wore. Mrs
Friedman acted as matron of hon
or.
White nylon marquisette over
taffeta fashioned the skirt of the
gown. The bride's bodice was of
lace. A seed pearl crown held her
fingertip veil, and she carried a
bouquet of white orchids.
Mr. Friedman was best man.
Ushers were Martin Saxon. Rich
ard Renick. Carl Warner. Ronald
Levy. Harvey Stein and Lawrence
Craig.
Following a wedding trip to
New Orleans, the couple will re-
9.leislincrk#*ri
Mrs. ihtHn Green
side at 1375 13th Terrace. Miami
Beach Mr Green is now in the
WTVJ production department
Scmuel.Reinhard (centeri receives a plaque for his service to
Yeshiva Torah Vodaath and Mesivta from David Levinson
(left), as Councilman Gernard Frank looks on. Mr. and Mrs.
Reinhard were honored during a Sunday dinner at the Hotel
Edward, with Levinson and Frank srvinq as co-chairmen.
Bidu Sayao Begins
American Career
Under Toscanini
Bidu Styao, who will be the fea-
tured performer with the Univer-
sity .f Miami Symphony Orches-
tra under the baton of John Bitter
on Sunday and Monday evenings.
March 29th and 30th, at the Miami
Beach and Dade County Auditor-
iums, is one of the most fascinat-
ing personalities of the music
world today.
MOM Sayao was born into one
,of the oldest families in Rio as
Balduina de Oliveria Sayao. Bidu
i- .i diminutive. She grew up on
a big island banana plantation
ringed by a private four mile
beach facing Botafoga Bay in Rio.
She was educated at home by tu-
tor- .i- befitted the daughter of a
wealthy Brazilian family. When
she was in the pigtail period, she
rode spirited horses around the
family fazenda and never dreamed
that one day she would be a world-
famous prima donna. Neither did
her parents.
Young Bidu's hobby was theatre.
A physician uncle, with a talent
for verse making used to write
monologues for her which she
would recite at performances for
charities That was her only dra-
matic outlet. Until she was four-
teen. IffJM. Sayao thought very' lit-
tle of music She studied piano,
but without enthusiasm, and liked
to sing Confiding this to her in
dulgcnt uncle, she loved music as
well as theatre. He took her sec-
retly to a Roumanian voice teach-
er in Rio. Mme. Theodorini. The
latter heard her sing, said her voice
had great possibilities and told her
-he must study.
In 1936. Bidu Sayao was in New
York as a tourist when she met
Arturo Toscanini at a party. The
Maestro turned to her and asked:
"Did you ever sing Debussy's Bless-
Damozel......No." Bidu Sayao ans-
wered. Then go home and learn
it We will rehearse it with the
Philharmonic next week."
Engel, Effemon
Wedding Announced
Newlyweds Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
Kffenson are now residing on Mi
ami Beach. Announcement of the
couple's marri-::* has been made
by the bride's parents. Mr. and
Mrs Sydney Engel. of 7777 Tatum
Waterway Drive. Miami Beach.
The bride is the former Edythe
F. Engel. Mr. Effenson is The son
of Mr. Jack Effenson, Miami, and
Mrs. Sally Aronson. Boston. Mas-
sachusetts.
The wedding took place at the
Biscayne Terrace Hotel on March
8th. with Rabbi Simon April of-
ficiating. Maid of honor was Miss
Lenora Kerstman. Lawrence En-
gel acted as best man.
The bride graduated from Lind-
sey Hopkins Vocational High
School. Mr. Effenson is a Marine
Corps veteran and is now in the
banana importing business.
r
*tn. Mania J.
Mostows Are Honored
Mr. and %frs. Abraham Mostow
were tendered a reception at the
Young Israel Synagogue last Sat-1
unlay evening on the occasion of
Mr. Mostow's recovery from a pro- j
longed illness.
Hosts at the affair were Mr. and
Mrs. Abraham Zinnamon, civic and '
religious leaders. Mr. Zinnamon.!
who is an officer and member of'
the Board of Directors of Temple ]
Beth Sholom, was one of the Tem-
ple's charter founders.
Toastmaster at the celebration
was Solomon Lobel, president of
the Young Israel Synagogue who
assisted the Zinnamons with Mrs.
Saturday Eva
Lobel Guest' speakm
greetings were Rabbit I
dron and Alexander S.<
cipal of The Hebrew,
Among the invited |
Mr. and Mrs Ma _
Mrs. T Sarason, Mr
Spund. Dr. Irwin H.
mon (layman. Mr a_
Beiger. Mrs. Julius Tn
and Mr- C. Bullnun,,
Sherry. Jacob Kaufman.|
Mrs. A M. Siegel adl
Mrs. Witt
' Cantor Jacob Tambor|,
a program of musical i
during the evening.
2/
N
Aathan Xaiiicd
Small riaims
Court1 Judge
Appointment of Raymond G.
Nathan. Miami lawyer, as judge
of the Dade County Small Claims
Court was announced in Tallahas-
see Wednesday by Governor Dan
McCarty.
The court, set up to handle legal
actions involving claims up to $250.
came into being March 1st, under
a 1951 legislative act
It will take over most of the
small claims work which has been
over-burdening peace justice
courts in recent years.
Nathan, informed of his appoint
men! Wednesday afternoon, said
he will begin holding court as soon
as a clerk is appointed and as soon
as courtroom facilities are provid-
ed.
Balkin At Oneg Shabbat
j A feature of the Oneg Shabbat
I to be held on Friday. March 20th.
at the Congregation Monticello
Park will be an address by Gilbert
J. Balkin, executive director of the
| Anti Defamation League. South
eastern Region, according to Jules
Klion. president of the Congrega-
tion Balkin will discuss: The
Obituaries
LOUIS SONNENBERG
71. president of the Manhattan
Stationery Co.! New York, died
Wednesday
A winter visitor for the last 20
yean, he lived at 1565 Collins Ave.,
Miami Services will be in New
York with Beach Memorial Funeral
Home handling local arrange-
ments.
Mr Sonnenberg is survived by
a son. Ben. and a brother, Irving,
both of New York
LOUIS CORDON
64. of 1821 James Ave.. Miami
Beach, retired furniture manufac
turer. died Tuesday. He came
from Chicago 12 years ago He is
survived by a son. James, of Chi-
cago. Beach Memorial Funeral
Home is arranging services in Chi-
cago.
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Mostow (left) were honored!
ception Saturday evening tendered by Mr. and MmX
Zinnamon (right) at Young Israel Synagogue of "*
Workmen's Circle
Workmen's Circle Women's Club,
Branch No. 692, will hold a donor
dinner on Sunday, March 22nd. 6
p.m., at the Lyceum, 25 Washing-
ton Avenue.
Members of the club decided to
underwrite all expenses connected
with the dinner.
Chanties which will benefit
from the proceeds are the UJA,
Israeli institutions, the Y. L. Per-
etz School, the Cancer Sanatorium
m the City of Hope and other cul-
tural and health organizations.
Entertainment will consist of
songs by Luba Roy. with Paul Mill-
upborn i
Hi.. Hold
stone at the xylopt
erary reading and i
Sonia Roseman. fin*
of the club, is cruimq
dinner
Symphony Club
The next Preview
the University of Mul
Club will take pl *
March 27th. 12:30 p.|
ami Women's Ci
Clarke will be th
and Marion Seifert.
sing a group of song*
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SUCCESSFUL RALLY: Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt is shown re-
ceiving the thanks of Julian Venezky. of PeOria (left), national
chairman of the Executive Committee. State of Israel Bonds
and Joseph Rose, chairman of the Miami area, at the Defend
Israel Rally in the Miami Beach Auditorium. Mrs. Roosevelt
was guest speaker at the rally last Thursday.


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Klein' 22T C<~rdm*or' EUa Beckerman and Ro~ Honigbaum. Not ho> *,
Klein. Rom L.vi,an. Mu* Ro*xlyn Ktoin. MiM Franc- Ubon and Dorothy **


MARCH
20. 1953
Jjg&UUterl&nn
PXcee 7 c
bbi Silver Assails
o-Arab Propaganda
LrK (JTA)"Mischiev-
anda" which is being
Iro-Arab elements to the
"the American Govern-
especially favored the
ael and has poured fa-
of money into that
s assailed here by Dr.
l,el Silver at a dinner
he formal opening of the
jcwipaiKn of the United
of Greater New
cr pointed out that Israel
ljved from the United
ivernment only $276,000,-
i and contrasted that with
of more than $30,000,-
Ipven to all countries re-
ach aid in the first five
[years and the $7,000,000.-
i on foreign aid last year
tailing that some of the
wiving IS Government
"oldest and most pow-
Europe." l>r. Silver de-
ew State of Israel, recov-
i the ravages of invasion
1 harassed by the continu-
oycott and blockade, con-
Lith the necessity of ab-
fcoo.OOO impoverished ref-
of defending its fron-
Ihe very time that it was
lp the machinery of gov-
ernment and layin? the bases for
its agricultural and industrial de-
velopment, has received since its
founding aid in the amount of
$276,000,000, half of which was in
the form of a loan from the Export-
Import BanR, which is being repaid
at three and a half percent inter-
est."
Dr. Silver emphasized that "Is-
rael is profoundly grateful for the
aid which it has received from this
country, whidi was the first to
grant it recognition and which did
so much to bring it into existence."
By so doing, he pointed out, the
United States has assured for it-
self and mankind, "a faithful and
dependable ally for freedom and
demrocray in a most critical and
strategic area of the world." The
recent violent outburst and denun-
ciation both of Israel and of Zion-
ism on the part of the Zovist bloc
are clear proof of this fact, he
stressed.
Whatever aid the United States
will deem it wise and just to ex-
tend to Israel in the future as part
of its foreign aid program will of
course be deeply appreciated by
the hard-pressed young State of Is-
rael," he continued. "A strong Is-
rael will be a deterent to any at-
tempt at aggression on the part of
any unreconciled neighbor-and will
insure peace in a part of the world
where an outbreak of war may be
difficult to localize."
Dr. Silver called for continued
support by American Jews of ef-
forts to strengthen Israel econom-
ially. He particularly asked increas-
ed contributions to the United
Jewish Appeal to speed the ab-
sorption of 240,000 recently arrived
immigrants who "still dwell in the
economic wasteland of temporary
villages under "primitive condi-
tions."
William Rosenwald, a national
chairman of the United Jewish
Appeal, voiced a plea to the Soviet
Union's new Premier, Georgi Ma-
lenkov, and to those who rule the
Communist world with him, to al-
low the Jews of the Soviet Union
and Eastern Europe, "who now live
in dread of renewed persecution,"
to emigrate to Israel. Speaking
after receiving an award for dis-
tinguished service to the causes
represented in the UJA, Mr. Rosen-
wald said:
"It is not too late for the mas-
ters of Kremlin to change the anti-
Jewish and anti-Israel policies
which are indicated by their recent
actions and pronouncements. To-
day, the Leadership of the Soviet
Union is in new hands. Malenkov
and those who rule with him have
it in their power to reverse the
ominous trend of Soviet anti-Sem-
Metropolitan Division CJA leaders launch the door-to-door
campaign in the Southwest area at a kickoff breakfast last
Sunday. Shown greeting principal speaker Rabbi lames G.
Heller (second from right) are Rabbi Morris Skop; Jimmie
Kopelowitz, Miami chairman; Harry Zukernick, Metropolitan
chairman; Rabbi Heller; and Irving Saal, Southwest area
chairman,
itism. They have it in their power, manity: They can remove the issue
to let the Jews emigrate."
Mr. Rosenwald expressed a be-
lief that such a move would have
an ameliorative effect on the cold
war. "The Communist rulers," he
stated, "can show the world that
of anti-Semitism from the strug-
gle between East and West and
thus help to relieve the tensions
which shake* our world. Such an
action would give to millions of
people all over the world a renew-
the Kremlin has not lost all hu- ed hope for peace."
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PAGE 8C
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Our UN Newsletter
By ARTHUR LEWIS
(Copyright, 1953, Jewish Telegraohic Ag.ncy. Inv.)
UNITED NATIONS-Ever since the American elector, tbjre haj
been -some concern among Zionists about the new AJgJ*gJ
attitude toward the Middle East. In fact, it has beer, taken for <
here, not only among delegates friendly to towl ^i**
tomato at large, that the Eisenhower goveraianl wooW haw pro-A
tendencies, if only to be different from the Truman reg m e.
Thus the question being asked in the corndors at the I n,
Nations is: how far would these American pro-Arab, tendwcie. go and
to what extent would they affect Israel?
Among the pessimists, and they are a flounsh.ng ^breed here,
there have been predictions that the United States wold now apply
the policy of "equal treatment" to the states In he Middle M.
This would, of course, mean discriminate against Israel. F.^ exam
pie: under this so-called policy of "equal treatment, "h s,af
would be allowed .0 buy a single jet ptan.. with the tm*.?-*
Israel would have one jet plane while the Arab States_ which a e
combined in an aggressive alliance against the Jewish State wou d
have seven. Thus "equal treatment" is a discrimination of one to
"^Actually, we have nol had much indication ol whal the new admin-
istrations attitude toward the Middle Easl would be Thai is why there
,. considerable interest in the recent statements ol Senator RoDert
Tafl and Secretarj ol State John Foster Du
Senator Tali said that the prevention of any Communist onslaught
in ,,. m ,... contingent on a peace settlement beti eei
el and the M-.ii. States, only in such a way, could the l nited 1
the united fronl irHhat area which it wanted The Senator fell that
the consolidation ol 1- economic structure would benefit .he
,. He stress, i the necessitj ol the United States continuing "our
polio "' assistance to Israel" as an answer to the Kremlins anti-Brael
laign ,
There had been some waste in the assistance provided by the
United States abroad, Senator Taff said, but added that he had "never
heard of anyone saying "that one cent of money that has gone to
Israel has been wasted." At the same time, the Senator declared that
the economic stiength of the Arab States should also be our con-
cern and can be built up by American aid or in other ways." While
Senator Taft, who was speaking at the National Leadership Confer-
ence of the Israel Bond Organization in Washington, was not ab-
solutely clear in his statement, Mr. Dulles was much more specific
in the first press conference he gave at the United Nations.
When the Secretarj of State was asked by an Arab correspondent
il the Administration's new approach to the Middle Bast the cor
indent mentioned in framing the question it- purported pro Irab
encies he replied thai hi- government had a new approach to
many problems.
Mr. Dulles described It a- a "new look" and said that he felt it
was possible to do better in the future than in the past He was anxious
to see an increase in security in the Middle Hast but added, and he
was quite categorical in this, that the area could not be strengthened
without a restoration ol peace between Israel and the Aral) -'ale-
Cutler Announces Candidacy For Miami
Beach City Council; Calls For Changes
\ Budd (utler. Miami Beach active in community affairs. He
Ionl(,s announces his candidacy is presently the president of Trop-
{or city Council in the Miami leal Lodge. B'nai Bnth. a member
,,. election, on June 2. 1953.' of the Board and Executive Com-
Cutler plan- to campaign on the mittee of the Greater Miami Jew
platform Miami Beach 1- our jsh fornmunily Center and a mem
home town'" |,cr of the Board of the Men's Club
Cutler's supporters feel tha m Beach fc (^
the past the emphasis in cltj m" *"
,,,,;., bas been upon the de He is also active in the Junior
velopment of Miami Beach com- chamber of Commerce-.
menially While recognizing the Before coming to Miami Beach.
importance ol the tourist economy, ne sprver| jn the Combat'Engineers
the candidate said this week "that gg |ne 102nd Infantry Division in
the time has come to make a WorW War n 0
change in emphasis, so thai cit) T|u, carr,p;UKri headquarters for
government will be directed to- A Hu()(| cutter for Miami Beach
ward- making Miami Beach 1 bet- (jtv (-mincji are located at One
tor place in which to live and raise jm.ln Road Building. Suite 319.
a family -------------------------------
Cutler said that he wants voters L } Q j Card p ,
to write him their views concern- *^ 1
ins the welfare ol the city. He Laurel < irdc will sponsor a card
hopes to Incorporate their suggea partj on Monday evening. March
tions into his final platform ; 23rd. 8 p.m.. at the Odd Fellows
Cutler has been lor man> yean Temple. 215 NW 4th Street
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0BK-Dr. Hayim Green- were attended by more than 500
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PAGE 9 C
ember of the Jewish Agcn
tivc and one of the fore-
ptemporary philosophers of
died at his home here
irday morning after a pro-
llness.
enberg is survived by his
|Lea. and a son, Emanuel.
ney.
of Dr Greenberg's death
Israelis and messages of
v were received by the
agency in New York from
ling Israel personalities,
ne Minister David Ben-
i close personal friend who
tly sought Dr. Greenberg's
jiber of the Jewish Agen-
utive and long a leader of
or Zionist movement. Dr.
rg was an outstanding fig-
|jie world Zionist scene for
an 35 years as editor, es-
rator and political theoreti-
erg's advice and opinions
Lays solicited by the top
(leaders In recent years,
Jinister Ben-Gurion had fre-
Isought his advice and ana-
Iproblcms affecting the re-
fctween Israel and overseas
Dr. Greenbcrg played a
Die in the United Nations
lions which led to the es-
ent of Israel by winning
ny of the Latin American
i to the Jewish cause.
ill of the Department for
and Culture of the
Kionist Organization, Dr.
K directed efforts to forge
pltural ties between Israel
the world over, partic-
kose in the United States
kin American countries.
pe past year alone, his De-
I organized and conducted
seminars and lecture
six countries, including
I the United States, which
low
time.
Ji'
teachers of Hebrew, students and
student-teachers from all parts of
the world. The Department has also
been instrumental in providing
trained Israeli teachers to fill va-
cant posts in several South Ameri-
can communities. In New York it
is the co-sponsor, witb Columbia
University, of the Center of Israeli
Studies on the Columbia campus.
Dr. Greenbcrg, who was self-
taught in both Hebrew and Rus-
sian, was born in 1889, in the Bes-
sarabian village of Todoristi. He
joined the Zionist movement
while a boy and, at the age of 15,
delivered his first address at an
illegal Zionist demonstration jn
Russia. While still in his teens he
moved to Odessa, then one of the
great centers of Russian Jewry and
plunged into the Jewish cultural
and Zionist circles dominated by
such historic figures as Bialik and
I Ussishkin.
As a young man, he emerged as
I one of the key personalities in the
I revival of Hebrew culture and let-
jters among European Jewry. He
excelled as an orator and essayist
on philosophical and cultural sub-
jects and Jewish ethics. He was
the outstanding theoretician of the
Labor Zionist movement which en-
visaged a Jewish National Home
built on the principles of socialism.
While his political convictions were
strong, he was able to see both
sides of an issue and never hesitat-
ed to argue for an opposing point
of view if he felt it was correct.
These qualities won him the re-
spect and admiration of his contem-
poraries including his bitterest
political opponents.
"Though he may be partisan in
his party affiliation," a contem-
porary wrote of him, "his warm
humanity and spiritual qualities
know no boundaries, political or
otherwise."
Dr. Greenbcrg had long been ac-
tive in the editorial field. The out-
break of World War One found
him in Moscow editing the Rus-
sian-Jewish weekly, RassweitThe
Dawn. For a time after the March
revolution of 1917. he was an in-!
tractor in medieval Jewish liter-
ature and Greek drama at the Uni-
versity of Charkov and was also a
lecturer at the Kiev Academy. The
Bolshevik revolution and the anti
Zionist policies of the Soviet Gov-,
ernment led to his several arrests.
In 1921, he left Russia and moved
to Berlin where he edited Haolam
The World official weekly of i
the World Zionist Organization. He
also edited the Zionist monthly
AtideouOur Future.
Dr. Greenbcrg settled in the:
United States in 1924. and became
editor of the Yiddisher Kempfer
The Jewish FighterYiddish lan-
guage organ of the Labor Zionist i
Organization of America. In 1934,
he became editor of the group's
English magazine. The Jewish
Frontier. He held both these posts
until his death.
Dr. Greenberg was elected to
the Jewish Agency Executive at
the 22nd World Zionist Congress
in Basle. Switzerland, in 1946. His
philosophy was eloquently expres-
sed in an address he delivered be-
fore the 23rd Zionist Congress in
Jerusalem, in August, 1951, on the
relationship between Israel and
the rest of world Jewry, particular-
ly the Jews of America and the
West. He said:
"The American Jew (and where
ever I use the word American' my
remarks might equally well be ap-
plied to a number of other Western
countries) is bound by objective
circumstances to live in a certain
cultural dualism which must nat-
urally be reflected in his education-
al process. Culturally, he is at one
and the same time both an Ameri-
can and a Jew Now, in order to
avoid harmful complexes, as well
as conflicts with their environ-
ment, Jews in the West must clear-
ly and boldly declare their cultural
dualism and uphold its legitimacy.
Idf some see in this a 'double set of I
*-05JZZ accounts' we need not argue over
terms and expressions. I am pre j
pared to accept this description.
faTSrSJSlTLbta? M?Y "** their workers' kits and assignments in readiness
dav of me Hnofli APPeal uklckoU- More than 330 volunteers participated in the first
Lmk? 7(,?Val8; bnngAng the ,0,al CJA camPaign ^* above the million
man kZ lo.f RWn PI?/EftS?0" Zeltzer' B" Liberman' M- Samuel Gertner. Hy-
man Kam, Jack Regal and Abe Whitehouse. r
I to select
nily
Mate. ,
fhen
select
Du should-
pmily. Don't put it off
fee your survivors
0 it alone, in great haste
k'ow.
fiU cmmi>:'y InitiivKon to-
|orphone lot lnfriflng boMti.
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What causes friction and trouble
are not so much 'double' or paral-
lel accounts as the keeping of se-
cret accounts."
Speaking of the effect of Israel
jon the rest of 4ewry. Dr. Green-
berg said: "The influence of pres-
ent day Israel can be a fertilizing
j factor for Jewish cultural life in
the Diaspora only on one condition:
if the civilization of Israel should !
lean on certain, so to speak, extra-'
geographical elements in tradition-
al Jewish culture, elements that |
have shown their ability to sur-1
vive without the support and nour- \
ishment of a national soil. I find
it hard to express this point clear-
ly, and I should like as far as pos-
sible to avoid using abstract or |
philosophical terms. In a sense. I
one may say that the Jews have for
many centuries throughout the
so-called Galut period lived I
more in the sphere of time than in i
the sphere of space .
"Undoubtedly, a civilization with
out a soil of its own, without ter-
ritorial bounds, is from many an-'
gles an abnormal phenomenon. But ;
Jews were successful in sublimat-
ing this abnormality The Jew-!
ish capacity for living creatively,'
as a people, in the sphere of time
alone has been sadly depleted. This :
is not the place nor the time to
analyze the historical causes that
deprive us of that rather unique
capacity. But we know that not
only our political and socio-eco-
nomic position in many countries
of the Diaspora but also our spirit-
ual and cultural station everywhere
demand that we resume national
life in the sphere of space, of ter-
ritorial rootedness and of politi-1
cal independence ... I would be
less than honest with you if I
failed to note in a few words a new
spiritual danger which may arise '
from the accentuation or rather,
the hyper emphasis of our new j
orientation toward space ."
Mrs. Rose L. Halprin. acting
chairman of the Jewish Agency
Executive, issued the following
Statement on behalf of the Execu-
tive:
The passing of Hayim Green-
berg deprives his colleagues on the
Jewish Agency Executive of a
wise, kind and deeply understand-
ing counsellor and deprives Zion-
ism and world Jewry of one of its
great contemporary moral leaders
and cultural guides. In a career;
which spanned several continents,
he was witness to severe crises for
his people from which he emerged
with increased faith in the ethical
verities of Jewish history'- The
American Jewish c o m m unity, I
amidst whom he has lived for a :
major part of his life, the people
of Israel whose state and society
he has helped to shape, and Jewish
communities throughout the world
stand bowed jn grief at the pass-
ing of a great teacher."
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An Israeli visited America. He
rented a room and immediately in-
quired of his landlord about the
various regulations.
"What time", he asked, "can I
get hot water?"
"Oh, you have hot water twenty-
four hours of the day," said the
landlord.
"And what time can be use the
electricity?"
"The electricity is also available
throughout the day," said the land-
lord.
"And on what day can I buy
eggs?"
"Any time you want, just go
into a grocery store," said the
landlord.
"To think of it," commented the
Israeli. "I always thought America
was a progressive country, but you
are back where wc in Israel were
fifteen years ago."
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.FRIDAY
Sehor Named VP
At Regional Meet
of cjfwf
Herbert Scher. of Miami, has
been elected vice president at a
recent Southeastern Regional Con-
ference of the I'ouncil of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds.
Other regional officers elected
include Barney Medintx, Atlanta,
president; Sydney Lewis. Rich-
mond, vice president; David Blum-
berg. Knoxville, vice president;
Alex Rittenbaum, Birmingham,
vice president; and Lester Sher-
rick, Norfolk, chairman of the Re-
gional Finance Committee.
Delegates to the regional con-
ference resolved that the Council
of Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds should encourage the (level
opment of local community rela
tions programs "utilizing all avail
able national, regional and local
resources in the community."
Other deliberations included
resolutions expressing "horror ov-
er the accusations and vilifications
by the Communist dominated coun-
tries of Europe against the Jews
in those countries, against the Jews
in Israel and against Jews every
where", calling for change in the
present McCarran Immigration Act
and for furth-r C.IFWF study of
the "interrelated problems of aged
care" and extended social services
for children and the aging.
Younq Adults Plan Coronation Kail
To Raise Funds For iUS CSA Hrive
\qudath Israel
Founds Worth
lleaeh Vaad
Samuel i.andau. president of
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute,
announces that a Vaad Hakash
ruth has been organized for the
area of North Miami Beach which
includes Surfside. Normandy Isle.
Treasure Island. Little River and
Baj Harbor Island
Landau said that the Vaad will
be directed by Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever.
Serving as officers will he
Landau, chairman; Robert Keller,
treasurer: and Hersch Weiss, sec-
retary. The Committee consists of
Morris Babok. Jacob Karzen, Har-
2 Kaplan- Loui,
The Younq Adults Unit of the Combined Jewish Appeal plans
a dance and social for Sunday, March 29th, in behalf of the
1953 campaign to raise funds for Israel relief and for local
institutions. Shown at Federation offices preparinq distribution
of tickets for the affair are (left to right) Joan Weiss, dance
chairman, and members of the Solicitation Committee. Sue
Hertz and Flora Eichner. The event will be a Coronation Ball
in the Empress Hotel.
filled out honor roll awards which
A Coronation Ball to raise funds ^ thp names flf tenanls partjcipat-
for the Combined Jewish Appeal jng jn ,he Combincd Jewish Ap.
will be sponsored by the Young, ppa| M((rc ,han 2(m apartment
Adults Division on Sunday. March ^^ mana),ors are participating
29th. at the Empress Hotel, it DML ,hc campaiKn raise funds for
been announced ny F.fra.m Gale. emcrgc|)CV relief in lsrae,, overseas
coordinator of the Young Adults to n a host o{ health and
Division. .
The benefit affair is headed by welfare agencies throughout the
Chairman Joan Weiss She is re-! United States and in Greater Mi-
So fresh
r
Compare
fyr .f^0us
ceiving the assistance of presidents
of nearly 40 young adult organiza-
tions in Dade County.
The social event will climax
many weeks of intensive organiza-
tion work to insure complete cover-
age of all pledges in this unit.
Joined with the Youth Division,
the Young Adults have a total
quota of $5,000 in the current cam-
ami.
The Apartment House-Motel
Unit has a quota of $25,000 in the
current campaign. Total campaign
goal is $1,398,000.
A record has been set by Mrs.
Morris Kogan. assisting Mrs. Saul
Herman, on the Combined Jewish
Appeal Life Saver's Luncheon.
Mrs. Kogan sold 41 tickets to
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paign which has been accelerated i ,he Women's Division affair which
in recent weeks. climaxed its fund raising activities
Assistmg Joan Weiss with ar-. jfJ ^^ ,)f ,hc Appca| on Tu rangenunts are Bob Stone. Arthur ^ njarcn i7(n
Cohen. Kllie Goodman. Douglas _________'
Kaplan and Arthur Friedman.
A workers' meeting of the j__',
Apartment House I'nit was held
i.iNt Thursday to plan a final clean-'
up of outstanding pledges in be-1
half of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal
The luncheon meeting was called
by Apartment House Unit Chair-
man Seymour Rubin for the pur-
pose of insuring contact of remain-
ing pledges in the Miami Beach
area Assisting with arrangements
for th(? luncheon event were Meyer
Teigman, Dan Broad. Jacob Sklar
and Charles Levin.
Many apartment house owners
and managers reported completely
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e W S In SpOrtS FoodFrStar*HVtMzeTh<>r*m*h Sanitation Pramr
am
By BILL WOLF
Lball >tars of thc past
[iip brightly when fans
(ho exploits of Jewish
Uo have been in the
LaghOUl baseball his-
i spnn;
exhibition ^ames
nder way and the open-
C [round Ihe corner, the
Ipe to go nostalgic and
some of the most impor-
I of vears K"ne by.
GREENBERG: While
avinR days are over, he
fccy figure in baseball as
Onager of the Cleveland
he former first baseman
[be remembered for his
ho diamond. His greatest
ijevcmcnt was hitting 58
j in 1938. to come within
firm (he mark held by
h. Detroit gave Hank a
[in 1SW. after he had
nint of money for thc
(abruptly shipping him to
I. Greenbcr^ is to be re-
not only for his excel-
ng but for his contribu-
ting baseball a more
game. He has been a
crimination, and as gen-
ger of Cleveland, he has
has come to be known
lost democratic team in
|His assistance in break-
harriers av.ain.st Negro
las also contributed to
I easier for a Jewish ath-
*ak into baseball .
V KLING: This player
nly the firsi Jewish basc-
in the majors but was
|of thc best catchers in
of the game. Kling
Chicago Cubs in 1901.
no part of the famous
lEvers-to Chance squad.
|of adequate records for
robs us of much valu-
brmation about Kling.
lone statistic shows that
1.312 in the 1906 World
bat this high in those
fcn the ball was not as
ft is now. was a tremen-
pplishment. Kling died
! of 71, in 1947 .
.COHEN: The famous
raw was convinced that
i good business to find a
layer who might attract
| the Polo Grounds. Andy
the answer to his
r'hen took over at second
he Ghmts to replace Rog-
b>' in the late 1920's. Co-
light hard against anti-
fcults before he was fin-
pled'" in the game. Co-
kjli'l a good hitting and
jrpcord but was always
overshadowed by thc magnificeni
record of his predecessor. He play
ed about three years in the majors
MOE BERG: Known as one oi
the most educated men in Base
ball. Berg doubled as a catchei
and a linguist. In 1927, he started
as a catcher for thc Chicago White
| Sox and later played for Cleveland
I and Boston. A graduate of Colum-
I bia Law School, he speaks nine
| languages. In 1941. he was appoint
|ed good will ambassador to South
America for the US Government
HARRY DANNING: "Harry the
Horse," as his nickname went, was
one of the Giants' top catchers in
the thirties. An excellent man be-
hind the plate, Harry endeared
himself to Giant fans. His biggest
drawback was his slowness. Harry
was a strong hitter and proved to
be a mighty asset to the Giants
His career ended when he went
into the Army in WorlcTWar II.
AL SCHACHT: No list of out
standing Jewish stars would be
complete without Schacht wh<
earned the title of Clown Prince
of Baseball. Schacht started off as
a pitcher and played for the Wash-
ington Senators. A knee injury
ended his career in 1924, when he
began coaching. He became known
as a very funny man who made
fans roar with his antics as a base-
ball clown. In 1937. he stopped
coaching but continued to make
people laugh. In World War II. he
entertained US troops throughout
the world .
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Seidman Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of thc late Isaac
Seidman. formerly of 824 N.W. 7th
Street Road. Miami, Will take place
Sunday, March 22nd, 1 p.m., at
Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi
Max Shapiro officiating.
He is survived by his wife, Bes-
sie, three sons, Leo of Plainfield,
Connecticut, Abe of Mousup, Con-
necticut, Gabriel of Norfolk, Vir-
ginia, and one daughter, Mrs. Jos-
eph Botnick of Stamford Springs,
Connecticut. Arrangements are in
charge of Thurmond Monument
Company. Friends and relatives
are asked to attend.
Pictured above is one of the 24 Food Fair Stores in this area.
Agudath Israel Installs
Installation of officers of the
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute
will take place on Sunday even-
ing. 7:30 p.m., at the Broadmoor
Hotel. Installing officer will be
Harold Shapiro. Cantor Maurice
Mamchcs. of Beth David Congre-
gation, will present a program of
Orkin Exterminators are now in
much larger quarters on the Mac-
Arthur Causeway at 509 NE 13th
Street. According to Leo Lefko-
witz. pest control sales manager,
Orkin's service to Miamians has in-
creased rapidly during the past
three years.
Orkin exterminating experts
have now instituted a new" pro-
gram of sanitation work at the
Food Fair Stores of Florida, In-
corporated.
Lefkowitz. accompanied by Les-
ter Neis, a member of the Orkin
Institute of Industrial Sanitation
and an ex-California health offi-
cial, recently madf an inspection
of Food Fair stores as a prelimin-
ary to the introduction of Orkin's
new floor-level sanitation pro-
gram.
"The purpose of the prelimin-
ary investigation," Lefkowitz said,
"is to come up with recommenda-
tions for the individual stores re-
garding measures to be taken
against conditions causing pest
control."
According to Lefkowitz and Neis,
Food Fair stores takes among the
most progressive precautionary
measures against pest infestation
they had ever seen in any large
organization, whether dealers in
foods or in other merchandise.
"Food Fair." said Neis. "is as
clean a chain of stores of its type
to be found anywhere.''
The local Orkin office, under the
management of Bernard Kolkana.
is currently in the midst of prepar-
ing for its Absentee Service. This
service takes care of homes here
whose owners are vacationing in
other parts of thc United States
during the summer months.
Orkin airs and exterminates
pests in the homes, assuring own-
ers of freshly ventilated and spot-
les- quarters upon their return
here for the winter.
Kalkana said that the Absentee
Service is expanding this year.
"Home owners." Kolkana explain-
ed, "recognize the value of all-
around Orkin sen Use, and we are
hard put to keep up With the com-
pany's constantly expanding pro-j
gram in order to meet Miami's pest
control and saniiation needl "
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fJIVEN thai
the underaignod, desiring to engrave In
hualni m undei the rtctutoun n ime of
PRECISION HHKET METAL WORKS
ai 1381 N Miami Avenue, Mla/nl, In-
tends < reglatei said nami a.iili the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of t>ade
Countj. I )< 'i.i.
run.if TASHMAN
CHERTKOF' A; KAUSil
Attorneys for Applicant
Ulympla Bids.
:! :'"-:'; i :t-n>
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underslsne i. deatctns t" enrage In
bualneaa under the flctuloua name of
TAYLOR MADE HOMES, at S718 Col-
lins Avenue, Miami Beach, Intenda
tn registei said name with the Clerk
of the Ciretlrt Court of Dade Bounty,
Florida.
JACK TAYLOR
BWEET a WOLF
Attorney! for Applicant
1102 Security Hldg.
:< ::-:;7 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA IN CHANCERY. No. 15772*
EDWARD I!. DIAMOND, Plaintiff
* v*
ROSE DIAMO.NI>. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ROSE DIAMOND
353 Cypreaa Avenue
Bronx r,4. New York
l"OU art- hereby required t" aerve
;i copy of your Answer i" the mil of
Complaint for Divorce on Plaintiff's
Attorney, and t<> file Original Ans-
wer In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court, on or before the 17th
day of April, I9S3; otherwise, the Bill
I of Complaint heretofore filed "ill be
; taken .i- confessed by von.
1> \tki> it Miami, Florida, thli iTih
day of March, 1933
E i: LEATHKRMAN,
Clerk "f thc Circuit Com i
Dade County, Klo
Qj VVM. W. STOCKING
I k mt] C
Name and a
Vtt< rni v :
NORMAN n LYONS
910-12 '
Florida
:. --:: 4 ::-m___________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 157729
ISIDORE WEISER, Plaintiff,
\ g.
SOI'lllK WKISKl:, Defendant
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: SOPHIE WEISER
171" Hull Avenue
Bronx, New Yi
You me heiebj notified thai B n
Complaint for Wvorce has been
i it you and you are hereby
required to gervi a ci pj "f your An~-
,! to the inn of Complaint on
Plaintiff's attoriu I nd f It the orlg -
Inal Anaw< r in the office >( the Clerk
,,f the C lit i 'oui i on or before tli.-
16th daj of April, 1951; otherwise, tii<
i : I I
trill be taken gi i
\ .u.
I late : this ITU, da) of Mar
B H LEATHERMAN
i k ..r Clrcull ''
Bj R H RICE, JH
tSeall Deputs I
(JKORGK .1 T U.IANOFF, ESQ.
All. I ne> fur V
: i.....in Roi i
m Bei h, I
:
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 15773D
FLORENCE ROSE BRAYTON,
Plaintiff,
ALOYSICS ROBERT BRAYTON,
I lefendant,
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: ALOYSIUS ROBERT BRAYTON
1212 Taylor Avenue
Bronx, New York
You ..... herebj notified thai a B I
of Complain! for Divorce haa been
filed ajralnsl you and you are hereb
requ red t" aei re .i cops of your ana-
wei to the BUI of Complaint o
Plaintiff's attorney and file Hie orig-
inal Answ.-r in the offl......I the C
of the Clrcull Court, on oi before the
lth da) of April, 1958: otherwise the
allegations "i said Bill of Complain!
will lie taken as confessed agalnsl you.
Dated thla ITih day of March, lo3.
K. IS LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
B) It II KICK. JR.
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
aBOROE J. TALIANOFF, B9Q.
Attorney for Plaintiff
IM Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Kiorlda
3 20-31 4/3-Hl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDtCIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLOR-
IDA IN CHANCERY. No. 157761
BTEPHEN J. VENBZIA, Plaintiff
EMU. J. KASKMKTZ,
Defendant, et als
NOTICE TO APPEAR
TO: Kmll .1. Kaaemeta, and
If married, his unknown wife
Kaaemeta; all parties
claiming Interesl by, through.
[ under or agalnsl Emll J. Kase-
mets and his unknown wife,
,n parties h it n or claiming
to have any right, mic or In-
terest ;n the foil .wing descrlb-
"' 'i'J,',1 M Block IM, Ida M-Steb-
bina Subdh Islon, Plal Book
:>. page 183, of the public rec-
., ,,. County, Florida:
. I .n- ii allvj >
If dead, in their unknown Ions, di -
egnteei I anti -
f yu re
notified thai a suit has been '* A"
,i. above named court bj the p i.nt '
. purpose of ......tlng^l
. .bove d
propertj md rou and each ol you
,,, reoiil ed to a i '!'> of >'<
., rjjnnkjlnt on
11- ula in attorney. Pred. i c-k n
I ,-,, Vjii l.iio-oln Itoad,
Beach Morlda. and file the oi
hTthe office of the Clerk of the I i
rultC....., of ,..,.... c.univ. norida.on
,. the l.ib oay of April, t
otherwise a decree pro confeaao a
be no,-. ,i uralnal you, .
Dated the 18.li ^A^SkK
Clerk of said Court
B) i: ii kick. JR. ,
(Saall Deputy 1 lerk
KREDERICK N BARAfi
Mtorne) for Plaintiff
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
I 3-10______________.
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iwcitveeiS1tr,0m *e Israel Independence Bond Issue.
liaeljL j and "^ fi*bin9 ha b-n expanded
. Iai i funds to approximately. 35.000 tons, thus
r > closer to seU-aumciency in this important food
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IScHARD C TAtSaNT, PlalnUff,
OfNA^OUINAN TAKi:ANT.niiui;
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: ANNA (ins w TARRANT
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Pleading In the offlc- "f the Clera
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sth day f April. 1W. if vJ' ;
to do so. Judgment by default will
be taken against yon.
DATED. March lh.. 1S-|3_
B B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By M. C. GREEN
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
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