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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
27~Number 14
S. Plans No Change
Policy, Wiley Says
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. APRIL 3. 1953
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Celler OiHcusttes
Immigration Hill
WASHINGTON (JTA) Repre-
sentative Emanuel Celler of New
York called at the White House
this week to discuss the bill to be
introduced by a bipartisan group
of Representatives and Senators to
ON (JTA) Reports of "some new change of policy" on the
P.'k. Rpnublican Administration and the Republican Congress
Lto Lrael and the Arab states are unjustified. Senator Alex- P" J^TT" an,air*enalors <
fcSan of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, told Z'tL'oi '" Imm'"
L*ders from communities throughout New England attending *
[England Emergency Conference for Israel, sponsored by the
Tond drive.
.ijor address on American-j
the Middle East. Senator
rged that officers of Is-
ny be invited to the Unit-
for training to help
Israel's military ma-
called upon the Arab
Tend their economic block-
Israel and to join in estab-
peaceful cooperation to
isible the dynamic devel-
1 of the entire Mediterran-
es of aggression among any of the
states there."
Stressing his conviction
"Arab and Jew should and
live in peace side by side," Sena-
tor Wiley urged that "the states-
manship of the West and the
statesmanship of the East must
After talking with the President.
Rep. Celler said that Mr. Eisen-
hower expressed support for
"some changes" but that he would
go no further than that. Mr. Celler
that outlined to the President the legis-
t lation to be introduced which
would implement the President's
request as outlined in his State
of L'nion message.
If enacted, the new bill would
find a solution to the present econ-1 make -drastic changes in adminis-
omic blockade by the Arab States
against Israel. We do not intend
to interfere as outsiders," he add-
trative features" of the present
Act, increase the annual overall
immigration quota from 150,000 to
traditional friendship of
kited States for Israel re-
ong and firm, as it does
hen and all nations of good
enator Wiley, a leading
an on foreign affairs for
enhower Administration,
Conference at the Brad-
btel here.
Eisenhower Administra-
deeply aware," he said,
nel is a bastion of free-
of industrial, agricultural
itrength for the Mid-
It is the policy of this
ttration not only to
hen Israel hut to add to the
strength of the area, to
s relations with all the peo-
I the Near East."
pressing the hope "that
rill be an increasing ex-
I of military specialists with
1 Senator Wiley pointed out
fJnited States foreign policy
: as one of its principal ob-
the establishment of a
East Defense Command.
I why," he said, "there must
irdinated military defensive
ng, backed up by strong de-
forces. I emphasize 'de-
because we certainly don't
i see arms supplied for de-
lever to be used for purpos-
ed, "but we are merely stating a 250,000 and provide temporary re-
fact when we point out that the iicf for victims o[ overcrowding in
blockade stifles economic growth, | Western Europe and escapees
Continued on Ptp 5 A from Communism.
I.srai'l's Foreign 3iinittter Outlinett
tinniv Penee Conditions For Future
Communists Voice
Anti-Semitic Line
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (JTA) Bitter attacks on the Zionist
movement and on the State of Israel as alleged agents of American
aggression against the countries of the Soviet bloc featured the un-
successful Communist attempt this week to have the United Nations
condemn the USA for allegedly financing espionage and subversion
behind the Iron Curtain with Mutual Security Administration funds.
The repetition from the forum -------------------------------------------------
of the UN Political Committee of
the Communist anti-Jewish allega-
tions brought forth blistering re-
plies from Israel and the spokes-
men of the free nations.
Delegates of the six Arab States,
however, gleefully welcomed the
Communist attacks on Israel and
the Jews and sought to reopen the
whole Palestine question in dis-
cussion of the "Zionist conspir-
acy." All six abstained from vot-
ing on the Czechoslovak resolu-
tion, explaining that they support-
led the Communist charges of the
I conspiratorial and aggressive na-
j ture of "international Zionism."
Only the five members of the Sov-
iet bloc voted for the resolution.
Cztch Envoy Opens Attack
The Jewish issue was injected
early in the debate by Vaclaw Dav-
id, Czechoslovak Foreign Minister,
who described the Zionists as
ments
throw
er states allied with them." The
Czechoslovak and Polish spokes-
men replied that at that time they
would reply to what the former
called the "lous and incendiary
statements" of the "lady from Is-
rael."
Soviet delegate Andrei Gromyko,
however, told the session that his
Continued on Page 5 A
Reparations Pact
Welcomed In UN
TEL AVIV (JTA) The State of Israel is not ready to entertain
any peace proposals that dot not assure two basic conditions, the full
sovereignty of the state and no territorial changes, Israel Foreign
Minister Moshe Sharett declared this weekend in the Foreign Affairs
Committee of the Knesset.
The Foreign Minister denied reports published in a London paper
that peace proposals allegedly worked out by Dr. Ralph Bunche, Nobel
Prize winner, and Gen. Mohammed Naguib, Egyptian Premier, had
been submitted to the Israel Government. According to the published
report, these proposals called on Israel to pay 120,000.000 pounds in j came under attack from Dr. Jul-
reparations for confiscated Arab property and to cede a narrow strip i ius Katz-Suchy. himself a Jew,
in the southern desert for a corridor linking Egyptian and Jordanian ] speaking for Poland,
territory.
Mr. Sharett will leave for the United States with a few days, it
was learned here today. It is bclived that he will meet with President
Eisenhower. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles and other high
government officials. Among the matters to be discussed by Mr. Shar-' adopted by the governments of
ett with US officials will be American assistance to the Jewish State. Czechoslovakia, the USSR and oth-
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (JTA)
The hope that the German-Is-
rael reparations pact would be
"the beginning of good relations
between Israel and the Federal Re-
eie- public of Germany, in the interest
in a conspiracy" to over- j of peace and harmony between na-
the Czechoslovak Govern- tions," was expressed by UN Sec-
Mrs. Myerson said that Israel
would present before the General
Assembly "the record of the pol-
icies of anti-Jewish incitement
Zionist Isadora Call On President
iany Finances
.Is Oil Needs
I AVIV (JTA) Arrange-
I under which sterling credits
T West German Government
|made available to the State
1*1 to finance its oil pur-
1 London under the Ger-
trael reparations agreement,
|bwn extended to cover Is-
oil requirements for the
I year, Dr. F. Shinnar, head
(lsrael trade mission in Ger-
i reported here today to the
(advisory council on repara-
I Problems.
I Shinnar, who is to return to
y shortly, also reported
"nces had decreased on the
r market. Orders for most
//a* materials which are to
WUed within the coming
already been prepared,
"an, director of the repar-
Purchasing company, re-
Dr. Herbert Ferder. chair-
'u>e council, publicly voiced
1 all who had participated
f JParations negotiations and
T?..to D'- Nahum Gold-
*a.rman of the Conference
C"1 Mater'al Claims Aiainst
^Mrrf leaders ol the American Zionist Council that the United
President Etsenhower has -T^K feelings for Israel and the Arab states and will
State. Government ha. tfy ^JV^ j^ Pictud here during their visit to
UW it. best office to brmgcxboutp^"JJ^^SyE Kenen. Washington Representative
the White Houseon March 23rd are (hi ng^i Organization of America; Mrs.
of the AZC;-Rabbi James G^Helle: **? h vice chairrnan. AZC; Louis Lipsky, chair-
Samuel W. Halprin. former Pres.denofHadassan ^^ 0rganization of America;
man; Pre.ident Eisenhower; R^J^.^i/Rabbi Mordecai Kirshblum, president; Mix-
Rabbi Jerome Unger. Executive Director, AZC, ana
lacbi Organization of America.
ment. The Communist spokesman) retary Trygve Lie in connection
was immediately challenged by, with the exchange here last week
Golda Myerson, temporary head of | of the instruments of ratification
the Israel delegation, who, in turn, I of the agreement between the two
countries.
The exchange took place at a
formal ceremony in the office of
the UN Legal Department. Israel
was represented at the ceremony
by Arthur Lourie, Consul General
of Israel in New York and Deputy
Representative of Israel to the
United Nations. The Federal Re-
public of Germany was represent-
ed by Dr. Hans Riesser, German
Consul General in New York and
Deputy Permanent Observer to the
Unjted Nations. Mr. Lourie made
the following statement:
"This is an occasion of great
I solemnity. History cannot be
| changed and nothing can expiate
the anguish endured. But in the
building of the world's future it
Continued on Pag* 5 A
Lehman Lauded
On 75th Birthday
NEW YORK (JTA) Senator
Herbert H. Lehman, who last
Thursday celebrated his 75th birth-
day, was the recipient of many
messages hailing his work both as
as distinguished public servant
and a leader in philanthropic
causes.
The New York Times, in an edi-
torial reviewing his public record
as Lieutenant Governor and Gov-
ernor of New York State, director
of UNRRA and United States Sen-
ator, declared: "To all that he has
brought a keen intelligence, a hu-
mane spirit and an urgent sense
of responsibility."
The officers of the United Jew-
ish Appeal and the members of
the UJA national campaign cab-
inet paid their tribute to Senator
Lehman in a resolution noting his
"selfless devotion, vision and gen-
erosity." The UJA resolution,
which also stressed his career in
public life and in UNRRA, singled
out his leadership in and concern
with the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee and the UJA.

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Beach B'nai B nth
Name Gilbert Balkin
Lodge President
Gilbert J Balkin has been elect-
ed president of Miami Beach
Lodge No. 1591. B'nai B'rith, suc-
ceeding George J. Talianoff.
Mr. Balkin is director of the
Florida Regional Office of the An-
ti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith.
Elected to serve as officers of
the Lodge with Mr. Balkin are:
Barnctt Beckerman. Jules P Chan-
ning. Jack J. Gold and Gershon
S. Miller, vice presidents; Michael
M. Sossin, recording, secretary:
Irving Schatzman. treasurer; Sam-
uel Stein, financial secretary;
George J. Talianoff, Monitor; Mey-
Kimmtl
Beaeh Elks
install Kimmel
Marvin L. Kimmel was installed
as Exalted Ruler of the Miami
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i^^| I lowing dinner
w^ *bw at ,hc Hick"rv
K House Restaur-
J'Sfejflfe^ ant Thursday
night.
Others on the
new slate who
who were install-
ed by James P.
Wendler. past
district deputy
g a n d exalted
ruler, included Lawrence E. Hoff-
man, leading knight: Edward T.
Newman, loyal knight; Thomas F.
Smith, lecturing knight: Alan G.
Stratton. secretary; Al Finkelstein,
treasurer; William Delahunt. tiler;
Morris Warner, five-year trustee,
and David M. Trau. retiring exalt-
ed ruler, alternate delegate to the
grand lodge.
Mr. Kimmel. past president of
the Miami Beach Junior Chamber :
of Commerce and a former direc-
tor of the Miami Beach Bar Asso-
ciation, is a member of the citizens
planning committee of the Miami
Beach planning board and the
Presidents Council
Spaet Honored
By Fraternity
Harold B. Spact, prominent Mi-
ami Beach attorney, last Saturday
was named an honorary member
of Nu Beta Epsilon, honorary leg-
al fraternity at the University of
Miami.
Spaet, a former Miami Beach as-
sociate municipal judge, has prac-
tised law here for 16 years.
Currently president of the Mi-
ami Beach Bar Association, he rep-
resented that group at the Florida
Bar Convention
Thursday.
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Holh
He is also a member of...
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ror Synagogue, m
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Gilbert Balkin
er Teigman. assistant monitor: Abe
Frankel. warden: and Sol S. Gold-
strom, guardian.
Serving n the Board of Trus
tees are: Harry Zukernick. Paul
Seiderman. Sam A. Goldstein. Wal-
ter C. Kovner. Godfrey K. New-
man. Harold Turk. Jack August.
Samuel W. Shapiro and Joseph A.
Kogos.
Installation of the new Lodge
Officers will be held on May 24th.
Paul Seiderman is chairman of the
Installation Banquet Committee.
A native of St. Louis. Mr. Bal
kin is an honor graduate of Wash-
ington University. St. Louis, with
post graduate studies at the Uni-
versity of Cincinnati and Wash-
ington University He served for
5 years with the Federal Govern-
ment prior to joining the staff of
the Anti Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith. He is the author of
several published articles on hu-
man relations themes, including
"Miami Beach Hits Bias," "The St.
Petersburg Story," and "Terror By
Bombing A Challenge To De-
mocracy".
Mr. Balkin resides in Miami
Beach with his wife and two child-
ren, Joan Liberty and Louis Ellis.
Chest Plans For
Victory Dinner
Community Chest Board Mem-
bers, volunteers, contributors and
the general public are invited to
cell irate the recent Red Feather
million dollar success at the or-
ganization's 1953 Annual Meeting
and Victory' Dinner to be held
Thursday in the Columbus Hotel,
at B:30 p.m.
D. J. Mahoney. Chest president,
announced this week that Joseph
R. Narot. of Temple Israel, a mem-
ber of the Chest's 1953 Clergy i
Committee, will be featured speak-,
er at the annual affair. Rabbi Nar- j
ot addressed guests at the Chest's1
opening Big Gift's Dinner in No-'
ranter where $294,000 was rais-
ed in a single evening for the 22
Red Feather agencies and the ISO
Guests at the April 9th dinner |
meeting will pay their own checks
in keeping with the Chest policy .
of eliminating the use of campaign '
funds for dinners and luncheons. |
Twenty-five new members will
be elected to the Red Feather or-
ganization's Board of Directors at
the meeting. The Chest's 75-mem-
bcr Board is made up of 50 repre-
sentatives elected from the com-
munity at large and 25 members
selected by the Welfare Planning I
Council and the 22 local Red
Feather agencies.
Morris Gold, member of the
Miami Beach Planning Board
and chairman of the South
Shore Projects Committee,
has been instrumental in the
City Council's recent decis-
ion to build a public swim-
ming pool for children in the
South Beach area, according
to Sidney Steiner, executive
director of the Miami Beach
Apartment Association. The
Projects Committee serves to
rehabilitate the South Shore
to prevent deterioration of
real estate values there.
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PAGE 3 A
,rael Head Urges JNF Support
|y ITZHAK BEN-ZVI
President of iir^
have recently observed
anniversary, the 50th year
Jewish National Fund Ju-
chieh is also the fifth year
He existence of the State.
m dates arc firmly linked,
|USe |{ not for the work of the
National Fund in redeem-
ed of Israel, There may
"bive been a State of Israel
time.
bomeland is acquired in three
\ by the stirring of patriotic
by plain hard toil and by
ton of the land for the
It that is wresting the land
the wilderness and placing
the disposal of the entire na-
And just as national inde-
fcnee cannot be attained with-
Ihe stirrings of patriotism,
iut immigration and hard toil,
same measure independence
d be impossible with a hold
the land on which the people
live. In other words, without
efforts of the nation as a whole
iiji;c a defin.te hold on the
of thi homeland, not only
i oar agricultural settlement
impeded, hut urban settlement
Jd be in danger as well.
[my generations passed before
simple, national idea express-
Ly Professor Shapira the
l of the Jewish National Fund
tas crystallized. And since the
nist Organization arrived at
idea 50 years ago and began
carry i* out. we have seen that
the firm establishment of the
Mai interest on the national
the status of private persons
of companies, which was
cved before the foundation of
national project, was not
likened but, on the contrary,
i and was strengthened.
New Settlements
JEWS IN SPORTS
Bv BILL WOLF
(Copyright, 1953, Jewish
The scheduled opening of Bran-
dell University's huge new gymna-
sium will put Brandeis one step
, further along the road of big time
| athletics. It will be an important
factor in the growth of the Bran-
deis basketball team, which al-
ready has done very well for it-
self.
April 12 is the date set for the
dedication ceremonies. The gym
is to be known as the Abraham
Shapiro Athletic Center, in mem-
Telegraplilc Aironcy, Inc.)
There's been an early opportu-
nity to look at Saul Rogovin's form
in an exhibition game between the
Chicago White Sox and the New
York Giants. Saul pitched six
scoreless innings before he left the
game. He wasn't knocked out of
the box, but was replaced by a
pinch hitter. Saul, running true to
his usual form of knowing how
to handle a bat as well as a ball,
got a single in two times up.
He has a good chance to break
President Itzhak Ben-Zvi addressing a recent Jewish National
Fund gathering at the Habimah Theater in Tel Aviv. Left
to right are Rabbi Mordecai Nurock, member of Knesseth;
Joseph Weitz, JNF afforestation expert; Mr. Ben-Zvi; A. M.
Kamini, chairman of JNF in Jerusalem; and Berl Locker, chair-
man of Jewish Agency in Jerusalem.
present. The difference is not in rural settlement. One of the old-
that formerly we had no land and | est and bitterest of the diasporas
now we have, but that now great was Yemen. And the Jews of that
possibilities have been opened up|country, even though they do not,,
to us for the acquisition of land, occupy first place in numbers, to-. won him face. So it is with Jack
ory of a member of the school's into the 20 victory column this
board of trustees. Those taking year. If Rogovin does the trick, it
part in the dedication will include
athletic director Benny Friedman
and athlete Sid Goldfader.
The new gym will hold 3,000
spectators at Brandeis basketball
contests. The main section has 16,-
000 feet of floor space. There are
also three practice courts, locker
and shower rooms, massage and
physiotherapy facilities, offices,
and class rooms.
It is always a sad occasion to
see a top college athlete say fare-
its redemption, its settlement
possibilities in time and space
such as we never dreamed of, and
for this the united efforts of the
entire nation of Israel are requir-
ed.
The second point is the living
link which was forged between im-
migrants from various countries
and the earth of their true home-
land. For it follows that if the
land of the homeland belong! to
the entire nation, immigrants to
Israel have just as much right to
it as the present citizen of the
day occupy one of the primary po- Molinas, towering center who
sitions in sectional settlements, j captained the Columbia University
Today, there are 54 settlements of basketball team. Jack's four years
,,..,, ... are up, and he now is faced with a
Yemenite immigrants on Jewish I choice of going into further edu.
National Fund land, not counting I cation, a jobor maybe pro ball,
those who have joined settlements So far there have been no offi-
of mixed communities; at the!cial Paying offers with any pro
c, ;. 4V~ _.._v._ f ..;u' teams. But it is possible that Jack
same time, the number of villages ... ,
will get a couple of juicy ones. A
established by "sabras" come to
48, and those of Eastern Euro-
pean immigrants to 35. Another
diaspora which has been ingath-
cred is that of Iraq and Kurdistan
glimpse at his record at Columbia
will show up. Molinas, who hails
from the Bronx, holds virtually
every Columbia scoring record.
This season he was the top Lion jJonns
scorer with a 21.6 average. He j
made the All-Metropolitan squad
will be the first time a White Sox
pitcher has achieved the feat since
1941 .
Al Rosen, who is one of the best
prospects in the American League
for the coming season, wasn't do-
ing so well in opening exhibition
contests. Al went 18 times at bat
without a hit, then opened up. His
first hit was a two-run homer that
sent Cleveland into an extra inning
contest with San Francisco. But
Al's efforts went in vain.
Sid Gordon has a new home
base. Now that the Boston Braves
have moved to Milwaukee, Sid will
be playing out of that city instead
of Boston.
Yeshiva University will field a
tennis team this spring for its sec-
ond net season. The schedule will
be launched April 15th against
Army at West Point. There'll be a
total of 10 matches, the last of
which will be against Rider Col-
lege at Trenton on May 18. Among
the other schools on the roster are
Iona, Pace, Columbia and St.
whose members have already set
State. We look forward to the im-1 up 24 settlements, and the same i this year,
migration of the dispersed com- can be told of immigrants from Jack is six feet, six and one-half
munitics from the four corners of North Africa, Egypt and other! inches tall. His height has been a
countries. tremendous asset on the court. In
I do not wish to burden you fact, that's one of the reasons he
with more examples; those which got into basketball. As a kid he
I have already cited, I believe, are i was too tall to be chosen in most
the earth, from the free lands of
the west and from all other coun-
tries. We have already seen that
many diasporas which were far re-
moved from agriculture and from
all forms of rural settlement re-
turned to the land in an almost
miraculous way and are now deep-
ly attached to it.
Every Jew A Partner
Thirty-two communities are rep-
resented in our rural settlements,
lAnd then something happened
lich had no parallel in the an-
ils of Israel since the nation was
i from its homeland. The
which was the subject of
uonn ...,.!- ZLZ .-. I among them settlers from dispers-
ed communities which have been
entirely ningathered or are in the
process of being absorbed in Is-
rael. It is interesting to point out
that the members of these very
communities have contributed the
most appreciable percentage of
upon generation, came true,
inks to their sons and their
*' sons who gave their lives in
rtyrdom for their religion and
homeland. This hope has
realized with the renaissance
I. The State was establish-
became a reality. Two-
* of the land west of the Jor-
1 we in our hands; our Yishuv
been doubled. During these
five years, some 400 new set-
ents have been established,
ting the number of settle-
on Jewish National Fund
1 510. and the Jewish popu-
. as a hola has grown by
tm. All this we have seen
our own eyes, but it is only
beginning. Our brothers, dis-
*i throughout the world, are
thirsting for redemption' and
V number is many times that
m who have already reached
are still millions that are
under the heel of tyran-
' mes. Millions of Jews in
diaspora arc conscious of their
ration to help acquire land for
pelves and for their brothers,
L S genera,in and for the
rwon, t0 corne. th view M
Uege their participation in
Wi. of Claiming land for a
f* People With the rise of
tth.i,Volution was foun * TV as not been complct-
iftS? ? the fathering
% reaii has not ** b*en
Jh*d; we have only be-
ine beginnings of this vis-
*Lu a ,romendous differ-
**n the situation in
^* have been before the
1 he State and the
Mrs. Hartz Heads
Children's Sedar
For 20th Year
enouh to prove the worth of the, all other sports, but when basket-
Jewish National Fund as one I ball came around, Jack was al-
worldwide National Fund in > ways picked because he could
which Jews all over the world par- j reach the basket better than any on !
ticipate and which, as an instru- one else.
However, height also has its dis-
ment of realization and a potent
psychological force whereby every
community sees itself as a part-
ner, having equal privileges in the
upbuilding of the Land of Israel.
It is from this that the importance
of the Jewish National Fund after
the rise of Statehood stems its
force as welder of the many dis
advantages. "I find it hard buying
my clothes." Jack said. "I have
to get my suits made to order, and
I wear a size 14 shoe, something
hard to find."
Oddly enough, the successor to
Jack as captain of the Columbia
team is the shortest man on the
persed tribes of Israel into one | squad, Larry Wilkov. Larry stands
unit and its unique work as a ere- five-eight-eight. He is a guard and
ator of a Jewish agrarian popula! excels at playmaking and de-
tion devoted to its land. I tense _________^^
650 students of the Beth David
Sunday School participated in the
annual student model sedar held
morning, March 20th.
Portions of the Haggadah were
read and symbolic Passover foods
were served. Arrangements were
under the supervision of a com-
mittee headed by Mrs. Louis Hartz,
who has arranged the annual stud-
ent Scdars for the past 20 years.
Under the direction of Jerome
B. Gordon the following children
conducted the services: Tamara
Cole, Bruce Fetter, Helen Gold-
stein, Susan Schwartzman, Jerry
Shiver, Betsy Siegel and Eugene
Novogrodsky.
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FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1953
Number 14
Mr. Lehman's Birthday
Senator Herbert H. Lehman, of New York,
was 75 years old last Saturday. In the past
hundred years, only one man has served the
Empire State in its three highest offices.
Mr, Lehman has demonstrated his remark-
able gifts as executive, administrator and leg-
islator in the capacities of Lieutenant-Gover-
nor, Governor and United States Senator.
Recently, Mr. Lehman has become increas-
ingly vocal in matters relating to the Amer-
ican-Jewish community. It was he who, with
Senator Hubert Humphrey, led the battle in
Congress against the untenable McCarran Act.
Staunchly, he made brilliant rebuttals against
blatantly anti-Semitic remarks attending the
immigration law's passage.
And it was he who wept bitterly in a lonely
lounging room of the nation's capitol building
when Congress overrode the Presidential veto.
Mr. Lehman's participation in Jewish philan-
thropic and relief agency work is as notable
as his work now on the floor of the United
States Senate. At a time when it was fashion-
able for American-Jewish officials and indus-
trialists to hide their identities, Mr. Lehman
gave his unstinting efforts to organizations like
the United Jewish Appeal and the Joint Distri-
bution and American Jewish Committees.
On the occasion of his 75th birthday, Mr.
Lehman's countless friends wish him well.
The |fW IS \ .lew-
Jewish refugees are fleeing in increasing
numbers from Russian-dominated East Ger-
many. This must be an object lesson to them,
as well as to World Jewry at large.
Many of the refugees have only the faintest
connection with Judaism. Some have Chris-
tian husbands or wives; a number of them
are the children of mixed marriages.
Yet, as early as two months ago, East Ger-
man police made a list of all Jews in the zone.
Subsequently, they were interrogated regard-
ing the Jewish aspects of their lives, their kin
abroad, whether they received help from the
Joint Distribution Committee and their feelings
about Israel.
The result has been a vast influx of sus-
pected "international Zionist plotters" into West
Germany. By far, the smallest number of these
refugees are Zionists at all. Their Christian
husbands or wives, the mixed allegiances of
children of intermarriages none of these
factors saved them from the aggression of
anti-Semitic attack.
Stripped of belongings which they were forc-
ed to leave behind them, they may now re-
call one, Mr. Rudolf Slansky, the greatest of
the Czech Jew haters who died on the gallows
last November after being "convicted" of sec-
ret Zionist affiliations. Fearful for their futures,
they may study with apprehension the Jewish
death lists composed by West German Neo-
Nazis which were to be used to identify "Zion-
ist plotters" there.
All this adds up to one thing. The Jew is a
Jew. He may not, with impunity, divorce him-
11 r. i ii de is University
The founding of a new university is a mo-
mentous thing. This is especially true for a
world which is bent on its own destruction.
Brandeis University came into being some
five years ago crt a time when we were all
sure that wars would no longer plague us and
mass murder no longer place us beneath the
understanding of even the wildest beast. Since
then, our hopes in this regard have waned.
In the shortest possible span of history, we
have set out upon a new course of human de-
gradation, of misunderstanding, threat and
overt aggression. But Brandeis University has
continued to function according to the spirit in
which it was founded. On its campus, expres-
sion of man's experience in the arts and sci-
ences are each day pursued to affirm the fact
that intelligence and knowledge will ultimately
triumph over ignorance and prejudice.
The moreso is this significant in the case of
Brandeis University. For here is a center of
AfrfcH.
During The Week... a.
Bt LEO MINDLIN
THE PHYSICAL PROGRESS OP A PEOPLE
government and industry, in its educational bJZJS*
social structure. The soul of a people lies in its art u ""' '
ous to draw genuine conclusions about a neoni*'.' "* ft'B'
*r ""fit J> SDtnt f(>
ternal realities of physical progress.
S.
"Pressed J
Current attitudes on the American scene are
acase in poin
often take pride in our governmental democracy and con I"
American soul is framed there. But the fact remai S' ^l
is one in which habit yields to conformity and wherp 0nr l
reward for dissent, Increasingly, minds are being iV 1alty'
rather than to probe. We are presumably supposedIt.T*i l
of an unbiased educative process, but more and more ar '
ing the targets for indoctrination which is the essence If
those truly concerned with education and the dissent fc ^
pattern that knowledge and study produce are hushed hvT.-h
or overt threat. ned by
The gap between the democracy and the equality we *.,
the one hand, and the racism our immigration laws iJ l
fosters on the other, illustrates that external realities can in'"1
ner properly represent a people's soul. It remains for th, m
frame the consciousness of his race. His nature is such that 2
conformity in contempt and that he is impervious to mdL
His soul is such that he can never yield to intimidation OrS
his reason for being, and freedom is the vitality of his craft
History abounds with examples of the artist who star*!
course of future events, of the thinker who was ostracized or il
oned for failing to accept without understanding, of the orooh 7
was considered "dangerous" and set aside in one fashion
learning that was the first to loosen itself from by prevailing authorities so that general ignorance might prcv 5
the fetters of ignorance and prejudice as a j makers of physical progress have never been singled out lor
mntlcr nt nrrtr-li<~o ne iall rre rA .,,-;.^!,^ DUnishtllCnt. Their motives nrp nhi-cinsl ->n^ ,.. t,......
matter of practice, as well as of principle.
Founded under the aegis of Jewish sponsor-
ship, Brandeis has deplored and avoided every
possible form of sectarianism. Both its faculty
and student body include men and women
of all colors and denominations. Here is living
proof that there is no sociological limit to hu-
man intellectual possibility.
Friends of Brandeis University will meet here
punishment. Their motives are physical and most often selfish
produce for reward and not for the sake of producing Thcv are lb
fore, easily intimidated and can be made to accept any imposed .
tude so long as the road to the reward they seek is not" obstructed I
them.
A STORY BY YEHOSHUA BAR-YOSEF, The New House, is, J
ary gem which expresses the modern spirit of Israel. No foreign enfl
on Thursday evenina to DOV their" re'soectTto'"" J" dip,om?.*f. "C dea" with ,here No n,ilitarv matters are"
turing of human dignity as represented in
man's highest artistic and scientific achieve- Briefly. the story concerns itself with an Israeli pioneer who
ments will, we feel sure, turn out to pay their [me ., ,en uP.wlth the fanatjc desire to build a new house,
respects himself from his neighbors whose respect he rapidlv loses and
respects.
Jewish accomplishment in the many fields
of knowledge is without precedent. But the
fact remains that Jews have, heretofore, been
the guests in the world's hall of learning.
Brandeis represents American Jewry's effort
to play the host. Those attending the dinner
in honor of Dr. Sachar will also know their
appreciation of this heartwarming fact.
Ww Double Talk
The last four years of the Democratic ad-
ministration suffered from what the Republi-
cans called Truman Talk. This was their cyn-
ical term for much double meaning that can-
celled itself out to inaction.
It seems to us that the Republicans will now
have to come up with a new phrase for polit-
ical hair-splitting and hedging. Last week, the
White House issued a series of reports that
amounts to as neat an evasion of a campaign
promise as any we can remember during the
past twenty years.
According to the Washington grapevine.
President Eisenhower Is supposed to have told
Secretary of State John Foster Dulles to discuss
b ...uv uui, wiui impunny, aivorce h m- ~* possibility of changes in the McCarran
self from his heritage. Contrarily, he must Lnmigration Act with Alexander Wiley, chair-
embrace it ever more fervently if he, and hu- man of ,he Senate Foreign Relations Commit-
man freedom everywhere, are to survive.
KKK Is Repudiated
We are glad to note that the Federal Grand
Jury has come up with a public and judicious
repudiation of the Ku Klux Kkjn. Catalogued
by the jury was a series of 19 sets of racial
and religious violence in Florida.
While not all of these terroristic acts were
attributed to the KKK, the jury demonstrated
intelligence and foresight when
tee. Chairman William Longer, of the Senate
Judiciary Committee, said that he was in re-
ceipt of no such White House request.
Adding to tritj confusion' is the fact that
Senator Wiley conveniently does not remem-
ber any discussion on the McCarran Act with
Mr. Dulles. Apparently, this comedy of errors
is the reUtof wrong diplomatic signal* some-
where along the line, and President Eisenhow-
er has now been placed into a very uncom-
fortable position.
Developing as a minor Greek Chorus to
the love of his wife and son, he builds his house one which is I
superior to any other in the vicinity moves in and dies almost i
mediately from a heart attack.
Mr. Bar-Yosefs chief character is named Israel Shchori. and |
need have little intuitive understanding to recognize that this
is the Jewish state at large. While Israel Shchori is a happy c_
in the beginning, Mr. Bar-Yosef writes that he was no longer the I
quiet laborer, living soberly, "eating today what he had earned
terday, working so that could rest and resting to be able to wo
His new obsession supplants his original intention; the spiritual
vation to create a new land finds replacement with the personal'
for physical progress and aggrandizemenL
The matter becomes even worse when Israel's wife ceases to L
attention to the household they occupy during the construction
their new home. "In the kitchen, and in the house generally, e
thing was in wild confusion." But, writes Mr. Bar-Yosef, "on the
carefully laid out and assorted, were piled up tiny parts of elect-
apparatus for a diligent hand to gather in." Here, order prevails I
the sake of some external end; the present house of Israel
sacrificed by it.
The chaos of this spiritual emptiness is a life with but a sin
purpose. Inttjnctive human aggression finds an outlet in Israel Sa
ori's expression of cruelty against others and himself. He spends 1
moments of rest on a sofa, catching and killing flies. "He plucked (
their heads, wings and legs, and to cover his embarrassment wi
complain loudly of the annoyance they caused. At times, he would I
with his head hanging down, until the blood rushing to his head, t
fuddled him." In a moment of frenzy, he sets to beating his son i
Is "conscious of a keen pleasure that the emotions repressed witl
him had erupted."
the hooded playboys to a ''canceroU^o^th'^ ^ZTT9 ? minor Greek Chorus to
Many months oUUgaUon were^edtr f^L^^l. tT &t
this denunciation.
If nothing further comes of the Federal
Grand Jury inquiry, we can at least feel grate-
ful that this malicious group has been put into
its place by a proper tongue lashing. "A foul
pollution of the body politic that is founded on
the worst instincts of mankind," was perhaps
the choicest of ihe jury's observations so far as
the KKK is concerned.
The increasing amount of contempt with
which the'Klan is held, we trust, will hasten
the day when it is forever silenced.
Majority Leader last week declared that
Judiciary Committee is perfectly willing to con-
siaer changing the Act but that he has been
wvh!e xr-li9hl on L matter E *
Only a short time in office, the Republicans
have already acquired an inimitabto virtuos-
ity in passing the buck, Thi. is double talk-
has become increasingly critical of hi. .viper-
to replace the old cry of Truman Talk.
THE RETURN TO TRADITION AND TO SPIRITUAL quality
expressed in the fitful longings of Israel's wife who takes to thin*
of her youth and the Synagogue with its Arc. Nonetheless,
abounds. The couple's children are virtually forgotten. They
pale. "Their very soul was wounded, an injury that did not heal I
writes Mr. Bar-Yosef.
When the house is completed and before he dies. Israel has
come lean and .spar*, "knots of bone forming under his grey, rP
wrinkling skin." The high point of his physical concern is exp"
in a sudden carnal desire for his wife whom he has forgotten to
What is it Mr. Bar-Yosef has tried to say? As an artist, he
the upbuilding of the Jewish state. He is aware of the prevalent
terest in physical progress and in political and military matters.
he warns against the death of the spirit. For, says the autnor,
death of the spirit is tantamount to total annihilation The M*
Israel, indeed, must be built.
But its spirit must not be forgotten. The reward for **
is Israel Shchori's doom, the soul injury to his children and *
bridled cruelty now finding its expression in the Jewish states p
over armies, legations and diplomats. It remained for Mr
the artist, to observe and to comment while the impersonal mo
of progress makes sterile what must be a spiritual, as well a P*"
awakening.


APWL3;
1953
fiAaaStfi flgflfti*
PAGE 5 A
Off The Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
T.ll. Why H.
Si Theodore R. McKeldin
S recently received a
W from a Christian constit-
Aine why the Governor wu
" tXh .he Plight of ft-
Tnd not with the fate of the
%gees. am privileged to
'[!the Governor's reply, dat-
KJLj, 4, 1953. available to the
T through my column:
wish to acknowledge your
i in which you say:
L .mazed at your reasoning
Suing the Plight of Israel.
so much because you cham-
I 0^ country but because you
the 800,000 Arabs. One
rie impression that you may
|,oo close to the forest to see
j trees-'
mis subject interests me very
E and I am glad to set forth
Uews. Last year, as you know,
sited the Near Bast and talked
people on both sides of the
an that is to say. I learned
Arab as well as the Jewish
Dt of view.
fYou express wonder at my
jsing Israels need. First, let
[indicate the role Israel is play-
I in a great humanitarian work,
I shall later speak specifical-
|of the problem f the Arab ref-
in which I am also inter-
ims you know, over 6,000.00
ish men, women and children
murdered by Hitler in the
diabolical mass extermina-
program ever undertaken in
! history of mankind. Some few
SSSSub? Communisfs Voice Anti-Semitic Line
homes have disclaimed all respon-
sibility, whether on grounds of re
ligion or blood or otherwise, to
these unfortunates.
"Of course, the sad situation of
these people stirs compassion in
our hearts. But their problem is
not nearing solution because the
ruling classes in Transjordan and
the other Arab lands seemingly
would rather use this unsolved
problem as a political talking point
than see it dealt with constructive-
ly.
"The bitter tears of the Arab
propagandists would be more im-
pressive if they showed evidence
Continued from Page 1 A
is of the highest importance that i
the principles of moral responsibil-
ity enshrined in this Agreement
have received acknowledgment
and are now entering the stage of
implementation, Israel and the
Jewish people will welcome the
fact that the Federal Republic of
Germany has now definitely un-
dertaken this measure of recom-
pense for the material losses in
flitted by the Nazis.
"We are meeting in the home of
the United Nations, the free for-
um of a world yearning for peace
and human dignity. It is in every
way appropriate that we should be
exchanging this Agreement in this
In United Nation's Debate; Nations Reply
of genuine interest in mitigating' ft* Thc Unilecd Nations 0r*an-
the suffering of the victims of
false leadership.
"Again let me point out a con-
trast. Those Arabs who remained
in Israel during the war and were
loyal were not molested. In fact,
only the other day I read an inter-
esting story of the Juarish tribe
of Arabs, who had lived in Israel
and were among those induced to
flee. They were persecuted by
their fellow Arabs because of their
known friendliness to thc Jews.
Now they have returned to new
homes which the Israeli Govern-
ment has provided for them.
"Arabs in Israel are treated as
citizens and given equal rights.
They hold office, some are mem-
bers of the Parliament. As a
Christian I was glad to make a pil-
grimage to the town of Nazareth
in Israel, which is inhabited almost
exclusively by Arabs. I spoke to
some of them. I found them hap-
py with their Jewish neighbors
Continued from Pag* 1 A
delegation considered it "beneath
its dignity" to reply to the charges.
Mrs. Myerson told the assembly
that the Czechoslovak charges that
the Zionists were linked to sabo-
tage movements in that country
were "as absurd as they are slan-
derous." She noted that Mr. David
had made only passing references
in "most limited and most discreet
terms" to the Slansky trial and to
the alleged Zionist implication.
A new element had been added
to the conspiracy damages, she
said by the inclusion of Zionists
among those accused of trying to
subvert and destroy the Govern-
ment of Czechoslovakia as well as
other states associated with it. The
ization emerged from a great war
fought for freedom and the pro-
tection of the rights of individuals z'i0'n'ist"m;"Vement was
and peoples. It is the hope of us tion movcment of tne Jewish peo-
all that this vision will prevail." ple" and as such had long receiv.
Dr. Ricsser declared: "The Ger- ed the recognition of "the enlight-
man Government has made this I ened world," she stressed.
agreement in order to fulfill an
inevasible moral obligation of the
Germah people to Israel and the
Jewish people." He recalled the
statement of Chancellor Konrad
Adenauer on submitting the agree-
ment to the Bundestag (lower
as their aim to smokescreen a new
defeat suffered by American in-
telligence. The speech of the Is-
raeli delegate belongs right in this
campaign."
Assail Anti-Semitism
US Delegate Henry Cabot Lodge,
Jr., said he would not dwell on
"the show trials" held in these
countries, or on the persecution of
Christians, Moslems and Jews, or
on the persecution of non-Russian
ethnic groups in thc Soviet Union.
How long, he asked, was the Sov-
iet Union going to "perpetuate
vast and systematized oppres-
sion?" The world deserved a re-
ply to this question, he asserted.
Perhaps Mr. Vishinsky would
bring "new word from the Krem-
lin."
Sir uiaawyn Jebb, of Britain,
pointed out that "one rather hor-
rible new phenomenon" is now evi-
dent not only in Czechoslovakia
but also in other countries behind
the Iron Curtain. This, he said.
house of the German Parliament) had made -flamboyant" charges
The Czechoslovak Foreign Min-
ister had made only passing refer-
ences to the Slansky trial and to js "the new undeniable oppres-
Zionists as "elements in a conspir- j sion of Jews who are being made
acy," Mrs. Myerson stated, but at | scapegoats for the frightful con-
the home the Czechoslovak Gov- ditions in the Communist states."
ernment had been "less timid" and
in which Mr. Adenauer had said:
"We may hope that ratification
of the agreement will lead to a
new relationship between the Ger-
man and the Jewish peoples as
well as to a more normal relation-
ship between the Federal Repub-
lic of Germany and the State of
Israel. After all that has happen-
ed, we will have to be very pa-
tient, and we must have confidence
in the effect of our willingness to
What could the West do about
"these manifestations of hate and
of "an international Jewish con- [ fear?" asked Sir Gladwyn. Cer-
dred thousand who escaped his and their new government, which mak(, vqqA and ,flst but not
I were given asylum by differ-
; countries, including the Urrit-
| States, but the little nation of
received more than 400,000
upean Jews which is more than
i total who were admitted to all
ler lands together. To the ec-
mic dificultie.- that afflicted a
|dt country struggling to be born
5 added the burden of receiving
nit 300,000 of sick and desti-
refugees who were expelled
i Arab lands A population of
wt 700.000 was thus increased
1.400.000 in a matter of four
t Israel thus has performed
still performs at great sacri-
I a humanitarian task in which
! whole world has a responsibil-
l. As a Christian I have consider-
lita privilege to speak out for
j cause.
["Enormously aggravating the
i economic problem of Israel is
i (act that when it declared its
Impendence, with the consent of
United Nations, her seven
li neighbors, with a population
bout forty millions, invaded
borders. The attack was re-
an armistice was declared,
peace has not yet been con-
Med because thc Arab nations
(fuse to negotiate with Israel.
[This war of the Arab States
anst Israel, followed by their
pborn refusal to come to terms
P her, is at the root of the
* refugee problem which you
tttion.
"Did you know that these Arabs
* not driven out by the 1s-
*hs? The indisputable historic
" that the Arab leaders in
neighbor nations urged .the
in Israel to leave their
*s In great numbers they left
lu>e assurance that the invading
ui would soon drive the Jews
5 the sea and those who had
krael would then return to
nd possess the land. Those
P *ere reluctant to leave the
\| where they had dwelt at
with their Jewish neighbors
threatened, and violence was
,..against lhem by the political
m of the Arab nations.
^ategy misfired. When,
EC odds, the war went
tad ,L ,nvad*. ihese people
...Tmselves in Transjordan
homes and without means
mESX*: Thc leade *ho had
*l them to leave their
they told me accords them rights ^ jn the hea,. power of
and opportunities they never knew
before. |________________*
"In the Arab lands, on the other j --.. .,
hands. Jews have been robbed, dis-' It !*>' .^.Ulk4*U1.4 -?
spiracy involving the Zionist or-
ganization. Jewish relief agencies,
prominent Jews in various coun-
tries and even the State of Israel
itself.
Pol* Hits JDC
In his reply. Dr. Katz-Suchy de-
nounced Zionist organizations, the
Joint Distribution Committee and
possessed and killed. It has ap-1 T\ fllAllfigC For IS
parently never occurred to the ffgn. __... f?5:t
Arab nations that some of these I I ^J
refugees might be settled in the
homes from which Jews had been
driven, instead of insisting upon
Israel taking them back.
"Something should be done, I
agree. For some time I have been
saying to audiences of Christians
as well as Jews that thc greatest
service our country can perform
for the people of the Near East is
to insist with friendly firmness
that the Arabs make peace with
Israel. Then the United States
could and should help both to de-
velop their production and com-
merce. By strengthening them and
tainly it must not itself give vent
to hate and fear, or itself deny
freedom of thought. And it must
not fail to provide for its own
security. It should go on making
flear to the Communist govern-
ments that, in thc absence of ag-
gression on their part, they were
not going to be attacked by any-
thc IsraeTdelegation at the" United !body- Perhaps in timc this truth
Nations. In the course of a long ^\x\A dawn on them. In the
speech he charged the United meantime, said Sir Gladwyn. the
States with organizing and financ- "tree world" had to remain
"strong, resolute and calm."
Canada's representative, David
Johnson, spoke of the religious
persecutions behind the Iron Cur-
tain and called them a "disturb-
ing aspect" of Soviet policy. Mr.
establishing the stability of that than $160,000,000 in Israel Bonds.
ing espionage activities in Poland.
The United States, always seek-
ing "new paths and new people to
replace agents already compromis-
ed," had used for espionage pur-
poses all possible organizations
I and associations which, because of j Johnson expressed the fear that
Continued from rage a {hejr inlernational character, had these persecutions were spreading
and causes stagnation throughout' been able to penetrate the peoples' to minorities within the Commun-
an area where there should be dy-1 democracies, said Dr. Katz-Suchy.
namic advance to catch up after | "The recent trial of traitors to the
centuries of relative inertia."
Sen. Wiley stressed the vital role
ist>states and by that it is taken
for granted here he meant Jewish
minorities.
Mr. Gromyko termed the charg-
Czcchoslovak nation in Prague, as
well as other similar incidents,
Of Israel Bond funds in speeding j have exposed new channels of es by the American delegate a
economic development. criminal activities of the Amen- "concoction of falsifications."
Israel's
"The Israel Bond Issue is of critic-
al importance," the Wisconsin Sen-
ator said. "It must be successful
if Israel is to survive. It is a cred-
it to our nation that, as of today,
a half million American Christians
and Jews have purchased more
region the peace of the world will
be made more secure. But no gain,
political or humanitarian can
come from agitating for the re-
turn of these people to overwhelm
the small nation which must con-
tinue on a war basis under con-
stant fear of a renewal of violence.
What nation would ignore consid-
erations of security and receive a
hostile clement of such magni-
tude?
"The solution of this problem,
of which I assure you I am keenly-
aware, and of a myriad others, lies
along the path of peace. If the
Arab countries will not oppose
peace but work for it, this would
be the most constructive course
for all concerned. The refugee
problem should, and I am sure
would, receive attention in that
context. It has also offered to re-
ceive a considerable portion of the
520,000 (not 800,000) Arab refu
gees. The representative of Israel
has proposed that, as this is an
international problem, it is the
concern of the United Nations, and
Israel has offered to contribute
millions of dollars from its own
hard-pressed treasury to alleviate
and ultimately to solve this hu-
man problem.
"Indeed. I may add, that the
plain people in Transjordan with
whom I spoke, are perhaps wiser
than their leaders; I found them
eager to conclude a permanent
peace with Israel."
This campaign has a tremendous
objective to assure financial in-
dependence for Israel."
can intelligence service," he went
US representative, he said had
"discoursed" on the persecution ot
They consisted of Zionist or- ethnical groups in the USSR, in-
ganizations. among them the most eluding the Jews, for "opportun
istic" reasons. "The Soviet dele-
gations considers it beneath its dig-
nity to dwell on this slander," he
declared.
Mr. David in his final statement.
active being the American Joint
Distribution Committee. The loss
of this channel provoked a new
campaign of lies and slanders a-
gainst the countries of the popu-
lar democracies and against the i asserted that the Slansky trial in
Soviet Union. Those slanders have, Prague had "disclosed an all time
low in the shamefulness and hypo-
crisy of the conspiratorial gang
headed by Slansky." Stating that
there was a "new network of
treason" set up in the Communist
states, he charged that "this net-
work was Zionism." After the es-
tablishment of Israel, he said, "the
key antenna of the America es-
pionage organization" was provid-
ed by Zionism. He charged the
Zionists with "squeezing all pos-
sible capital from the horrors of
Auschwitz and Maidenek."
Henry Happenot of France saw
"the hideous spectre of anti-Semi-
tism" behind the Slansky trial in
Czechoslovakia.
Mrs. Myerson Replys
Mrs. Myerson replying, termed
his speech "a callous insult to the
Jewish victims" of the last war.
i She said his speech would arouse
the indignation of the world.
The Israel Minister told the UN
Mrs. Golda Myerson farad-. Minister of Labor examines a Ag- TheT^ 'echoes
bronze head oi herself, sculptured by the late Jo Davidson, a ^ defamation of thc Jews- lrom
the Israel Exposition in New York, sponsored by the state ot ^ Ups of a Czechoslovak repre-
Israel Bond drive, while Haya Tarnar (left), a hostess at the senUtive She called Mr. David's
Exposition, looks on. Mrs. Myerson arrived in the United referenCeS to Israel "slanderous)
States this week to serve as Israel's Chief Delegate to the and insulting" and asserted that
United Nations American Jewish communities throughout his contention that Israel was the
the country are now engaged in an intensive one-month cam. I key antenna of Zionist conspiracy"
rxiian to convert into cash sales all outstanding committments |was a repetition of the main theme
to purchase State of farael Independence Bonds. I of the "grotesque Prague trUL
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vJewisti fhrldian
Tobie Jacobskind Wed To .Ion Xathanson,
Couple To Make Home In Biddeford, Maine
Mr. and Mrs. Jon. A. Nathanson, whose marriage was solemnized
on March 22nd under a bower of canopy and flowers in an all ice-blue
and white wedding, are now making their home in Biddeford. Maine.
The ceremony and buffet dinner was held at the Miami Hebrew School
and Congregation, with Rabbi Simon April officiating.
The bride is the former Miss Tobie Jacobskind. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Max Jacobskind, of 1765 -
SW 16th Terrace, Miami. Her tra-
ditional white gown was fashion-
ed in all nylon tulle over satin
with Florentine lace. The bodice
pink carnation cascades. The
bride's mother selected a blue-grey
dinner gown of crepe with rhine-
stones delicately set into the belt
with illusion neckline and all-over buckle. Mrs. Sarah Nathanson. the
' groom's mother, who resides in
lace had long porine-to-hand
sleeves. The cloud-like skirt, all
(iloria Torem Weds Melvin Muroff
In Candlelight Ceremony March 9r.k
On March 28th at the Monte ^l"
Maiden. Mass.. wore a blue nylon
net gown trimmed with insets of
lace and accordi.in pleating. Both
mothers completed their ensem-
bles with long white gloves and
wore orchids.
The groom, whose father was
the late Rabbi Morris Nathanson,
of Biddeford and Maiden, was at-
tended by Mr. Bernard Osher. of
Biddeford. his best man Mr Sam 'Carole S Engagement
Samuel
Carole Janice Wat
Mr. And Mrs. Wax
Announce Daughter
Cohen, of Biddeford. also a life-
long friend of the groom, served
as the groom's mother's attendant.
Ushers were Mr. Barney Jacobs-
kind, the bride's brother. Mr. Ar-
thur Pearl. Mr. Seymour Glad-
stone and Mr Paul Daich. Master
Frank Gladstone carried a white
satin heart-shaped pillow adorned
with tiny tea roses, bearing the
ring.
Miss Doris Weinstein attended
the guest book, and Miss Isabel
Schaffer accompanied the proces-
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Wax.
8521 Harding Avenue, Miami
Beach, announce the engagement
of their daughter. Carole Janice.
Carlo Hotel, Miami Beach, in a
double ring candlelight ceremony,
Miss Gloria Torem, uaughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Torem, of 905
Fairway Drive, Normandy Isle,
was united in Marriage to Mr. Mel-
vin I. Muroff, son of Mrs. Joseph
Muroff, of Brookline, Mass., and
Bay Harbor Island, Miami Beach.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiated.
The bride was given in marriage
by her father.
Mrs. Walter Muroff was matron
of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss
Edith Cohen and Miss Doris Wein-
stein, sorority sisters of the bride.
Mr. Walter Muroff. brother of the
groom, was best man. Ushers in-
cluded Mr. Milton Torem, brother
of the bride, from Levittown, Long
Island, and Mr. Lawrence Small,
of Brooklyn. Melinda Torem,
nipce of the bride, and Jo Ann
Muroff, the groom's niece, were
flower girls. Miss Lenore Korman,
cousin of the groom, was soloist.
The bride selected a gown fash-
ioned of imported hand-clipped
to Mr. Charles B. Sonneborn. son i chantiily lace over silk taffeta. The
of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sonne-
born. Washington, D.C.
The couple are both students at
the University of Florida and fol-
lowing their summer wedding will
their studies.
Miss Wax.
a sophomore, is a
sional on the Organ. The bride's member of Alpha Epsilon Phi; her
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ris Rappaport. and Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Jacobskind. completed the
bridal party.
fiance Ls vice president of Pi
Lambda Phi. Mr. Sonneborn is
majoring in agriculture and is at
present a junior at the University.
strapless bodice was highlighted
with an all lace gotham jacket
with EIizaI>ethian wire collar, se-
quin trim. The bouffant skirt, de-
signed in tiers of imported lace
remain in Gainesville to complete n net. was in the waltz length.
Her imported illusion veil was at-
tached to a jeweled tiara. She car-
ried a white Bible with cattleyee
white orchids.
The matron of honor selected
bamboo pink silk organiza over
taffeta, fashioned with a pleated
bodice, bouffant skirt, hand ap-
pli-iued with an all over design of
Mrs. Jon Nathanson
tulle, was highlighted with inserts
of the lace which formed an over-
all flounce falling into a Cathedral
length train.
Her custom made headpiece of
satin with applique of wired lace
and dew drop sequins, had three
tiered French silk illusion veiling.
She carried a Mother-ofPearl Brid-
al Bible adorned with white or-
chids and stephanotis.
Her two attendants. Mrs. Sey-
mour Gladstone, matron-of-honor,
and her sister. Miss Lorraine Jac-
obskind. maid-ofhonor, wore for-
mal floor length gowns of white
nylon net over ice-blue taffeta. The
fitted bodices were of white lace
over the taffeta. They carried
Juan Nevel Weds Alfred Finkelstein In
Sunday Rites; Couple To Reside Here
Sunday. March 22nd, was the date chosen by Miss Jean Nevel
daughter of Mr and Mrs. Harry Nevel. 2362 SW 26th Lane, for hcj 5J h>'1)rul Phaleanos spray or-
marriage to Alfred A. Finkelstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Finkelstein,
1387 SW 22nd Terrace.
Rabbi Irving H. Lehrman officiated at the noon ceremony in the
Trocadero. The Rudy Baum Trio played the traditional weddings songs.
Best man was Corporal of the Air
Youngsters Invited
To Third Sedar At
Flagler-Granada
Fathers and sons of the Flagler-1 adero
Force Samuel B. Nevel, brother of
the bride.
For her wedding, the bride
chose a gown of white chantiily
lace, with full, waltz-length skirt,
capsleeves and V neck ending in
a calla collar. Her veil of French
illusion was held in place by a
lace coronet. Elbow-length mit-
tens of matching lace completed
her ensemble. She carried a white
satin Bible decorated with star-
light roses and showered with
white carnations and stephanotis.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Abe
Shavin. sister of the bride, who
came from Chattanooga, Tennes-
see, for the occasion. She wore a
steel blue silk faille ballerina with
beaded design and white orchid
corsage.
Mrs. Harry Nevel. mother of the
bride, chose powder blue lace and
white orchid corsage. Mrs. Sam
Finkelstein, mother of the groom.
Mrs. Talianoff Huli
Luncheon In Hond
Of Mrs. Einiger '
Mrs. George .1 TatiaiNll ten
ed a luncheon in honor it
gilt leaves and scattered rhine-1 sister, Mrs. Ernest Einigcr. c!!
stor.es. She earned a lace fan. de, York City, at the Shelborne I
signed by the bride, with shaded Jast wcek
pink hybrid phaleanos spray or-
chids Among guest- present were I
Mrs. Meftr.n I. Muroff
Caribbean and will make _
residence after May 1st at 933JJ
Bay Harbor Drive, Bay
Island.
The bride-maids were dressed
Mesdames Lewis Loeb. Irving I
in identical gows of pal aqua tulle | ter, Maxwell Sayett, Bert W;
wore royal blue antique taffeta
and white orchid corsage.
A wedding dinner at the Troc-1 bride chose a navy and white two-
followed the ceremony. | piece linen ensemble with red
Granada Jewish Community (* I ^fSSX TS**El l"?" d ~
ter will celebrate the Passover hoi- J were executed bv the Blackstone ' iday Friday night, April 3rd. with Flower Shops. Among the out of-! eymoon trip by motor through the
MwlS2 1, k CT"- M town C,,ests wcre Mr and Mrs.1 state, the newlyweds
Place. All boys between Alfred Block, sister and brother-. at
seventeen,' in-law of the bride, from Balti
more. Maryland: Sam Nevers. un-'
over taffeta, fashioned in tiers
of the tulle. They wore stoles of
matching tulle and carried fans
similar to that of the matron of
honor.
The bride, a graduate of Miami
High School, received her BS de-
gree from New York University.
She was Dean of Alpha Epsilon
Sorority and treasurer of the Jud-
son Council. She is an active mem-
ber of the Miami Alumni Associa-
tion of Alpha Epsilon Phi.
Mr. Muroff received his BA de-
gree from Union College, his Mas-
ters degree from Columbia Uni- ion and Irving Lehrman.
versity and his Law degree from
the University of Miami. He was
! a member of Kappa Nu Fraternity,
Phi Beta Kappa Honorary Society,
and secretary of the Miami Beach
Junior Chamber of Commerce. He
is now practicing law on Miami
Beach.
A reception and dinner followed
the ceremony at the Monte Carlo
Hotel. The couple left immediate-
ly for an extended tour of the
Ben Rodins. B. I. Binder. Pbi
Sagon. Julie Rosenfield, Lou Spi
tor, Sidney Gruber, Barney Ha
Michael Kratze. Ben Grenald. I
liam Iver, Edward Robbins,:
Kaplan, Mark Stern, George I
berg, Ben Z. Ginsburg.
The Mesdames Judy Jaffee. I
ing Rothman, Murray Rothn
Sam Nudelman. Sam Wolff,
mour Weiss, Ben Salzman. I
Carner, D. Finkel. Simon Rutfl
Reggie Friedman. Max Weitt I
ing Marcus, Sol Herman,
Staff, Yetta Moskowitz, Jerry I
Kadimah Chapter Me
The Kadimah Chapter ol
eer Women will hold its
meeting on April 9th. at the 1
ami Hebrew School and Con
gation. The theme of the
will be, Women In Israel.
Murachnick will he guest speH
A program, followed by reto
ments, will conclude the merti
Tots About Town...
the ages of nine and
and their dads, have been invited
will reside
720 SW 7th Street, Miami,
where Mr. Finkelstein is with the
to participate in this event, which cIe of the bride, from Chicago; ifirm of Webcr- Thompson & Lef
will begin at 7:30 p.m. and Max Rose materna| grand; court, certified public accountants
A joint committee of fathers
and sons has arranged a program
which will begin with a brief Fri-
day service, to be followed by a
puppet show depicting the story
of Passover, and a quiz program
based on the script of the dramatic
presentation. Community singing
and refreshments will complete
the program.
The Father and Son Program
Committee includes Sheldon Ros-
enthal, chairman: Mr. Edward
Mehler, Mr. Alfred Altman, Mr.
Berry Clein, Mr. Obie Rosenthal,
Danny Mehler, Robert Altman,
Dick Clein, Freddie Bernard and
Buddy Bernard. Harry L. Shamis,
area supervisor, acted as advisor
to the committee.
grand
father of the bride.
The bride is a graduate of Tuly
High School, Chicago, attended
Herzl Junior College there and
the University of Miami. She is
first vice president of the Miami
Unit of Junior Hadassah and a
member of the staff of Barnetts
Int.
The groom is a graduate of Mid-
West Miami Center
Holds Model Sedar
children of the West Miami
Jewish Center Religious School
held their model Seder Sunday
morning at the Center Rabbi Al-
wood~ High School? Brook!vn! New f rcd Waxman explained the Seder
York, and attended Hamilton col- procedure and wa assisted by
lege. the NYU School of Engin- children of the school
eering and graduated from NYi:| The committee in charge of the
Washington Square College with affair included Mrs Jennie Veil
a BA degree. During World War ler, Mrs. BecJde Harris. MrsAlice
II. he was with the Army Signal Newmark. Mrs. S Berlin Mrs J
S'JRE WE'RE INTERESTED
Barbara and Howard
Segal, child
SEAT ""- g-^ BT-^X? r
For her going away costume, the ^h^^1'J~ "*'**( North *>* Road' **
I willingness to coop3rate.
ON SECOND THOUGHT>
IS FUNNY... agree Fo^
Louto Cohen, children, of .
and Mrs. WoIIie Cohen,
Royal Palm Avenue. 1
_ Baby ri>10" M 1


iy.APHIL3, 1953
-JmMi fkriU-t
>n
Pauline Kallas Chooses Powder Blue
Ron For Sunday Rites In Lauderdale
tav March 17th, was the date chosen hy Miss Pauline Kallas
arriage to Mr. Jacob Brodzki. Miss Kallas is the daughter of
Uie and the late Mr. Louis Kallas, Cincinnati. Ohio. Mr. Brod
i^rt Lauderdale, is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Chajim
ceremony took place in the Green Room at Lincoln Manor
tat of an altar decorated with
nUoli. white shastas, white
flthemums and palms. Rab-
L, t Swirsky officiated, as-
, bv Rabbis David Shapiro
Lor Rothman. Traditional

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'"iwiii -Q
Kin. Jacob Brodiki
I melodies were offered by
|dor Drutin Trio. Best man
ar Feiler, Ludwlk Brod-
rother of the groom, was
(bride chose a powder blue
inkle-length gown made
large portrait collar of
|ly lace. ;! wide lace panel
from shoulder to hem,
bhinesiones outlining the
(sign. Her shell pink French
i veil was held in place by
leap. Full-length gloves of
i and pink shoes completed
emble. She carried a white
iridal Bible with white hy-
thid and a shower of white
ens.
n of honor was the bride's
Mrs. Harry Moschinsky,
He from Cleveland for the
occasion. She wore a gown of
beige alencon lace over pink taf-
feta and carried a heart-shaped
fan of pinochio roses.
Mrs. Nellie Kallas, mother of
the bride, who gave her daughter
in marriage, chose pale blue chif-
fon with grey print design and
wore an orchid corsage. Mrs. Lud-
wik Brodzki. sister-in-law of the
groom, chose dusty pink irides-
cent tissue taffeta and orchid cor-
sage.
A dinner-dance in the Rose
Room of Lincoln Manor followed
the ceremony. Table decorations
were carried out in white and I
pink rosebuds. Floral designs
were created by the Blackstone
Flower Shops.
For her going away costume,
the bride chose a navy crepe
coachman style with paisley print
accessories and white orchid cor-
sage.
The bride is a graduate of
Hughes High School in Cincinnati,
Ohio, and Dr. Parson's School for
Laboratory Technicians in Colum-
bus, Ohio.
The groom received his law de-
gree from the University of War-
saw.
Upon completion of a honey-
moon trip by motor, the newly-
weds will reside at 612 SW 7th
Street, Fort Lauderdale, where
Mr. Brodzki is with the Leonard
Company.
Personally
Speaking
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Komoroff
of 612 SW 11th Street, are enter-
taining their son and daughter in-
law, Mr. and Mrs. Irving H. Komor-
off, of New York, for the Pass-
over holidays. Mr. Komoroff is
engaged in the practice of law in
New York City.
Guests present in honor of the
couple on Monday night included
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Belanoff,
Mr. and Mrs. E. Tolmich, Mr. and
Mrs. S. Duke, Mr. and Mrs EL
Diamond. Mr. and Mrs. J. Shefsky,
Mr. and Mrs. M. Malkin, Mr. and
Mrs. M, Mendelsohn, Mr. and Mrs.
P. Strauss and Mrs. S. Sian.
Cr -tr -Cr
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Edelman, of
229 19th Street, are flying to
Philadelphia, where they will see
their son. Sidney. 20, inducted into
the Armed Forces. Sidney Edel-
man is a graduate of the Philadel-
phia High School and has been as-
sociated with his father in busi-
ness.
Mildred Krupsaw
Tolls Of May
Date For Wedding
May first has been selected as
the wedding date of Miss Mildred
Krupsaw to Mr. Samuel Caplan,
both of Miami. The couple will be
married by Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
at his study. Friends of the bride-
to-be have already begun a round
of parties and showers in her hon-
or, and she has been the recipient
of many lovely gifts.
Both Miss Krupsaw and Mr. Cap-
lan, although Miami residents for
the past seven years, formerly
came from Washington, D.C.
The bride-to-be is employed at
Morris Brothers Department Store.
She is a member of the I. R. Good-
man group of Hadassah. Mr. Cap-
lan is employed by the Len Cole-
man-Flair, Inc.
They plan to reside on Miami
Beach after a brief honeymoon in
Cuba.
ic of the Casa Renee Orchestra.
Entertainment, contests and ex-
hibitions have been planned for
the intermissions. Gil Rappaport,
fund raising chairman, announced
that the proceeds of the affair will
be used for Masada's Zionist ac-
tivities. Assisting Mr. Rappaport
are Ramon Abrams, posters; Bun-
ny Bass, door; Maralene Kalik, ar-
rangements; and Bev Seidel, cor-
respondence.
Going Formal?
isi m
Beach Masada Holds
Annual Matzo Ball
Masada Miami Beach Young
Adult Zionist District will present
their annual Matzo Ball this Sat-
urday night, at the Miami Beach
Elks Club. 720 West Avenue. Danc-
ing will start at 9 p.m. to the mus-
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*Jenistncrktian
Natalie Samuels Becomes Mrs. Leon Brush1
March 22nd; Couple Honeymoon In Canada

mrt. Leon Brush
Chamber Music
To Be Heard At
Beaumont Recitals
Two contemporary compositions
for small wind ensembles will have
FRIDAY.
APRIL'
Miss Natalie Samuels, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris H. Sam-
ules, 1045 West Avenue. Miami
Beach, became the bride of Leon
H. Brush, son of Mrs. Sarah Brush, j
Chicago. Illinois, on Sunday.
March 22nd. at the Monte Carlo
Hotel. Rabbi Irving Lehrman of-
ficiated.
The bride was attired in a gown
of white imported chant illy lace
and nylon tulle. Her headpiece a
pillbox encrusted with seed pearls.
She carried a Bible with white
orchids and phaelonopsis.
Matron of honor for her sister
was Mrs. Alfred E. Lampert. wear-
ing bouffant peach nylon tulle
fashioned in a ballerina-length
gown with matching accessories
consisting of a muff decorated by
a cascade of white rosebuds.
Miss Lillian Aronson was maid
of honor. Her gown was of cham-
pagne nylon tulle trimmed by tur-
quoise velvet. She carried a fan
arrangement of yellow rosebuds.
Best man for the groom was
Lee Adelson. Ushers included Sey-
mour Samuels. George J. Albauin.
Arnold Scher and Jerome Greene.
A reception followed the cere-
mony at the hotel. Out-of-town
guests included Mr. and Mrs. Kal
Wolfson, of Chicago; Miss Bella
Brush. Chicago, the grooms sis-
tor; Mrs Celia Greenberg and Mrs.
their f.rst Miami performances m pau,ine Bcrgman, New York, the
a program of woodwind chamber ;brides aunts; and Mr. an(i Mrs.
music to be performed by the class Bazelow. New York.
of Dr. T. C. Collins, of the Univer- Among locar guests
sitv of Miami School of Music, on land Mrs. Sol Goldman, as well as : State of Israel Bonds, it was announced here.
Monday evening. April 6th. at 8:30 Mrs. Goldman's mother. Mrs. B. She will take with her a list of all citizens in the Greater Miami
Cahlman. of Rio de Janiero. Brazil.' area who have redeemed their pledges for Israel Bonds, or who have
The couple arc honeymooning | bought additional bonds during the current Israel Redemption Month
on a motor trip through the north- j campaign.
ern part of the United States and At the same time it was learned
Canada. They will return to make ,hat fln Anniversarv Dinner will
their home on Bay Harbor Islands. ^ ^ ^ fc ^^ ^^ Ap_
cna
Stuart Blumin and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blumin. oi
Miami Beach, entertained friends at a buffet luncheon in the
Pagoda Room of the Saxony Hotel following Stuart's Bar
Mitzvah services at Temple Beth Sholom.
Mrs. Louis Glasser Will Leave For Israel
April 14th On Behalf Of Israel Bonds
Mrs. Louis Glasser, civic worker and leader, will travel to Israel
were Dr. | April 14th for a two-week tour of leading cities under auspices of
p.m.. in Beaumont Hall.
A trio for flute and two horns,
by Julius Berger, American com-
poser, and a septet for flute, clar-
inet, oboe. horn, bassoon, trumpet
and piano, by Marcel Mirouze,
French composer, are the first-
performance in Miami selections
chosen for this concert. Other
compositions are Quintet. Op. 16,
by Beethoven; Trio for violin, clar-
inet and piano, by Milhaud: and
the Clarinet Rhapsodic of Debus-
sy.
Performers will include Walter
Bradley. Dr. T. C. Collins, Arlinc
Florin. Betty Hazeltine. Barbara
Hughes. Betty Keator. Joseph Mas-
colo. Alan Neilson. Anne Nixon.
Jessica Schlappich. Sharon Tallant.
Sh?ila Tallant. Roland Vamos and
Bernard Wasser.
Violinist Max Rabinovitsj will
be presented in recital by the Uni-
versity of Miami School of Music
on Friday evening. April 10th, at
8:30. in Beaumont Hall. He will
be assisted by Mme. Inna Rublova.
member of the piano faculty, and
Alan Nielson. flutist.
Mr. Rabinovitsj is a scholarship
student in the symphony orchestra
and a pupil in the violin class of
Dr. Joel Belov. He comes from
Camden. N.J.. and was formerly
enrolled in the New School of Mus-
ic in Philadelphia. He was born
in Brussels, Belgium, where he at-
tended the Conservatory before
coming to this country.
The program for Friday evening
consists of the violin and piano
Sonata in F major. Op. 24. by Bee
thoven; Karl Philipp Emanuel
Bach's Trio for flute, violin and
piano; and the D Major Violin
Concerto of Mozart. The public is
invited.
Betty Hazeltine, June graduate
from the University of Miami
School of Music and pupil of Jef-
frey Stoll, will be presented in
her senior piano recital on Tues-
day evening. April 7th. in Beau-
mont Hall, at 8:30 p.m.
Miss Haseltine is a native of
West Palm Beach, Florida. Dur-
ing her four years in the School
of Music she has played oboe in
the University Symphony Orches-
tra as a scholarship student. She
has fulfilled the requirements for
two major instruments, piano and
oboe, with the oboe study done
under Domonique deLerma. Last
year she won the annual Harold
Bauer award given to the student
in the School of Music for out-
standing achievement during the
year.
HerZfVI(I-Hos
*VJe Wedaffi!
Mr. and Mrs. Nltfi
fcld.oftheParkL.***
i York, announce the t
; of their daughter, tyy]
Jfcld, to Mitchel B. R0sen
Mr. and Mrs. Sam **,'
Avenue. The wcddig -
Place June 25th at tnepu,,'
Miss Herzfeld is a H
Fieldstone School j '
attended Skidmore Coll* 1
will be graduated in Jfl
Finch College. Her t*f
dent of Tropical Park rJ
Mr Rosen was gradual
Franklin School, New y
Nichols College, Dudley
chusetts. He served for t*
with the Marines in u,
during World War II.
Flagler-faii7,
Elwts Officers]
Mrs. Herman Feldman I
elected president of the'
Group of the Klagler-Grani
ish Community Center.
ing for the coming yej
Mrs. Jess Freed, vice
Mrs. Michael Antin, con
secretary; Mrs. Phil Schi
ing secretary: and Mrs
Lebar, treasurer.
Mrs. Sidney Raskin, donor J
man. has completed plans I
luncheon to be held at the |
Bell Inn on Tuesday. April]
at 12:30 p.m.
The next regular board i
of the group will take plan
Center on Tuesday. April 1(|
1 o'clock.
ril 20th, on the occasion of Is-
rael's Fifth Birthday. Judge Har-
old B. Spaet is chairman of the
current campaign.
Names of all those who buy
bonds, or redeem pledges, in this
pcriodt March 20th April 20th)
will bo inscribed in a Book of Ded-
ication, suitably illustrated and
bearing a proclamation from Gov-
ernor Dan McCarty as a preface.
The book will be exhibited at the
dinner.
Mrs. Glasser, general chairman
of the Women's Division, Combin-
ed Jewish Appeal, has long played
an active part in Greater Miami's
community affairs.
She served for three years as
chairman of the Metropolitan Di-
vision of the Community Chest
and was awarded a citation by the
! National Conference of Christians
and Jews for promoting human re-
lations and good will on a national
scale.
Mrs. Glasser is a member of the
United Nations Speakers Bureau
and recently served as a chairman
of an International Art Exhibit in
Miami, sponsored as part of Unit-
ed Nations Week through the Uni-
versity of Miami and a host of
Dade County civic organizations.
Mrs. Glasser is a former school
teacher who was graduated from
Hunter College, receiving a Sum-
ma Cum Laude. the top scholastic
attainment at collegiate institu-
tions of learning.
Mel E. Harris, son of Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Al Harris, of
110 3rd Terrace, DiLido
Island, will be Bar Mitzvah
at Temple Beth Sholom on
Saturday, April 4th, at 10:45
a.m., with Rabbi L*on Kron-
ish officiating. Mei is a 7th
grade student at Nautilus
Junior High School.
Lgskow Unveiling
Dedication of a mom
the memory of the
Laskow, formerly of 117 N.I
Drive, Miami Beach, willl
place Wednesday, April
p.m., at Mt. Nebo CemeterjJ
Rabbi Isaac H. Ever off
Mrs. Laskow is survived I
daughters. Mrs Betty Ai
ami Beach. Pauline Silvers!
New York, and Ida Mann. (
ton; also two sons, Hym
Nathan, of New York;
brother. Isaac Marcus,
ments are in charge of|
Miami Monument Co mrt
Friends and relatives are)
to attend.
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LIGIOUS DIRECTORY
..EAH-MIAMI SPRINGS
U, COMMUNITY CENTER
joid Passover services Sun-
Lj Monday at 7 p.m. Services
iv and Tuesday morning are
jifd for 9 a.m., conducted
Kv Leo Heim, assisted by
W the Religious School. His
Monday morning will be "Let
L Ring". Yizkor is sched-
Jfor Tuesday at 10:30 a.m.,
|lhe Reverend will speak on
wring The Fountain Of
| BEACH JEWISH CEN-
Cjll hold Friday evening
i at 6:30. On Saturday
^ at 9 a.m.. Rabbi Lehrman
ach on the weekly portion
[ law. Services will be held
morning at 9 a.m., and
Jening services at 6:30. On
k services will be held at
, with Yizkor taking place
IjO. Rabbi Lehrman will
Tit all morning services, as-
hy Cantor Silverman. Child-
Lrvices will take place each
I morning in the assembly
10:30 a.m. Daily services
[chapel at 8 a.m., and 6:30
days of Passover Cantor Koslow
of Chicago, assisted by Henry Min-
kus, will render the liturgical serv-
ices.

DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE
Rabbi Arie Becker will preach the
sermon on Saturday morning His
topic will be based on chapter 37
of the Book of Ezekiel, which will
be read- in the Portion of the
Prophets entitled, "The Resurrec-
tion of the Dry Bones". Sunday
evening, April 5th, a well-known
Cantor will conduct the services
On Sunday evening, and Monday
and Tuesday, Rabbi Becker will
preach. On Monday, his topic will
be, "The Miracles at the Red Sea
and Those on the Earth Today".)
On Tuesday morning he will;
preach on, "The Significance of
Remembering the Souls of Our De-
parted Dear Ones". Yizkor at 10
a.m., Tuesday morning.
Greater Miami's
Synagogue Directory
Bth David itShM-u'""" I,each
r MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
Lid Friday evening services
, with Rabbi Waxman of-
K. Saturday morning serv-
t at 9 a.m. Rabbi Waxman
ktinue his junior congrega-
Ible lessons at 11 a.m. Af-
J services are scheduled for
I followed by Shalos Seudos.
r services will be held Sun-
wing at 6:30. Monday and
I mornings at 9 a.m., with
n Tuesday at 10:30. Rabbi
will speak on, "Remcm-
)ur Departed".
*
IE ISRAEL will hold Fri-
tting services at 8:15. Sub-
sermon by Dr. Joseph
'ill be. Passover In His-
In Folklore In Our
A late afternoon service
held on Sunday, at 5:30
today morning Temple Is-
conduct Passover and
1 senices at 11 a.m.
*
HEBREW ACADEMY will
its Friday evening services
p.m. Saturday morning
*"> at 9 a.m., conducted
1 Alexander S. Gross, who
liver the sermon, "Is The
Free' Saturday Mincha
"ill be at 6:15 p.m. Serv-
he two final days of Pass-
U| he held Monday and
" 8:30 a.m. Memorial
'U be held Tuesday, at
" Cantor Lsidor Lauer of
"11 be Guest Cantor
'. and will conduct both
W and Musaf services.
an, 8th Grade Acad-
let will Speak Tuesday
*r. Symbol Of Free
y services are at 7:30
30 P-m. Sunday morn-
s are at 8 a.m.
,
BL"K- H"REW
at 6.30 Pm., foilowed
"n Maanv services. Sab-
"""g senices are at a
S /abbi Isaac H Evef
a tri?,rael'S Deathlesa
a^bute,othe"SonE
Mincha services are
^.followed by Maariv
fi\$!Z 9Sunday mo-
I wL 9 'm- an J Monday the ^
*% KS?on:
Mincha Modern Hu"
flu serv'ces are at
i firby wS:
m Sa>' the day
^ h2 S- are at 9 am!
"n S'3' servi* are
*n- ^ore3^ WU1 de"
* "Th. i the Yukot
"^Epilogue Of
.^owedbTM068^'*
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ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 5:30
p.m. Daily services are at 8:30
a.m. Saturday services at 8:30 a.m.
Rabbi Abraham Sach will speak
on, "Songs of Songs". Passover
services Sunday, 5:30 p.m. and
Monday, 8:30 a.b. Rabbi Abraham
Sachs will speak on, "Children.of
Israel Are Passing Thru the Red
Sea". Eighth Day Passover serv-
ice Tuesday, 8:30 a.m. Yizkor at
11 a.m. Rabbi Sach will speak on
"Memorial In Our Festivals".

BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
usher in the concluding day of
Passover Sunday afternoon, at sun-
set. Services will be conducted
Monday and Tuesday, at 9 a.m.,
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor
Maurice Mamches officiating. Yiz-
kor will take place Tuesday morn-
ing, at 10 a.m. Rabbi Shapiro will
discuss the theme. "Death Is Not
An Unhappy Ending". A special
student service will be conducted
Wednesday and Thursday morn-
ings, at 10:30 a.m. The service
will be conducted by members of
the USY Chapter and supervised
byMr. Jerome B. Gordon, Mr. Lou-
MUm..
Beth Sholim iitai,l^a,"h- Av5- M-B.
Liberal, 4144 ,>.,.- a*0" Kr"'lh.
Miami BeachRabbi Irvine lehrman
Omaervatlve. 1701 Wash R
M?HhC'', Parl<-lR4th Street and NE
North Shora-Kiihl.i Mayer Abramn.
jSb/tsr^ 62: ?%
MlS. "rael ~ n! M'amlAve.,
Watt Miami-Rabbi Alfred Waxman,
<,n.rva,.ve. ^0 sw ,7th St.!
**5 i5Iaanlr^.,ehn,OX' 'netzky of the faculty. Kiddush of
refreshments sponsored by the Sis-
terhood after services. Mincha ser-
vices at 6:15, followed by Shalos
Seudos, Rabbi Mescheloff will
speak on the Portion of the Week.
Regular sessions of the Sunday
School and daily Talmud Torah
will be held Sunday, April 5th.
The closing services of the Pass-
over festival will be held Sunday
and Monday evenings, at 6;15 p.m
and Monday and Tuesday morn-
ings, at 8:30. Rabbi Mescheloff
will preach Monday on: A World
At Sea. Yizkor Memorial services
L e held Tuesday morning, at
10:30. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak
on: The Birth Of A Nation. Can-
tor Aaron Weingarten will chant
the liturgy at all services. The
Passover festival will be closed
with the evening service Tuesday
at 7:30 p.m.
*
CONGREGATION BETH EL will
hold Sabbath Eve services at sun-
down. Sabbath morning services at
8:30, sermon at 10:15. Dr. Shmary-
ahu T. Swirsky will preach on the
theme, "The Song Of Songs". The
last two days of Passover will be
observed Sunday and Monday ev-
enings, at 6:30. Monday and Tues-
day mornings at 8:30. Memorial
services Tuesday at 10 a.m. On
Monday morning Dr. Swirsky will
preach on the theme, "The His-
torical Background Of The Mir-
acle Of The Red Sea". On Tues-
day morning, prior to memorial
services, the Rabbi will preach on
the theme, "Should The Dead
Come Back To Life?"

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
conduct services Friday evening
at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Leon Kronish
will speak on, "What Does It
Mean To Be A Liberal Jew" the
first in a series of three discourses
on Liberal Judaism. Mel E. Har-
ris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Harris,
will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday
morning, at 10:45. The concluding
Passover services will be held Sun-
day evening, at 6:15 p.m., and
Monday morning, at 10:45 a.m.
(Yizkor services).
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cranz. Students attending servic-
es will be excused for their school
absence. Floral offering is being
sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Her-
bert Sher. Services Friday even-
ing, at 6:30, and Saturday morn-
ing, at 9 a.m., with Rabbi Shapiro
and Cantor Mamches officiating.
Rabbi Shapiro will discuss' the
Portion of the Law.
*
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB,
will hold Friday evening service at
6:15 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff will preach on the ser-
mon: In The Midst Of The Season
Of Freedom. Junior services at 9
under the direction of Mr. B. Kam-
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H
ouse o
f Living Judaism Dedicates Chapel Gi
NEW YORK A chapel of beau-
ty in the House of Living Judaism,
national headquarters of the Un-
ion of American Hebrew Congre-
gations, was formally dedicated
Sunday. March 22nd. following its
presentation to the Union by Os-
car M. Lazrus, chairman of Um
Board of Benrus Watch Company,
in memory of Jacob and ludith
Kronheim, the parents of his late
wife, Mrs. Paula Lazrus.
In a private ceremony. Lazrus
declared that his gift was inspired
by the "truly religious life" of his
late wife's parents. On behalf of
the Union, which is the parent
body of American Reform Congre-
gations, Dr. S. S. Hollender, chair-
man of the Executive Board,
thanked Lazrus "for an inspiring
act which will bring religious up-
lift to those who worship in the
chapel."
Rabbi Maurice N. Eisendrath.
president of the Union, officiated
at a special service of consecration
and delivered a dedicatory' sermon.
"In a world of turmoil and tu-1
mult." said Dr. Eisendrath, "when \
each individual and each nation |
must make momentous decisions,
daily, we are in ever greater need
of sanctuaries in which we can !
ponder what the Lord doth require j
of us. Man's destiny may well be
dttermined not on what transpires |
on playing fields but what inspires !
us in prayer sessions. This chapel, i
the product of benevolence, will j
be a source of renewed fidelity to
the principles which can transform
our age ir-!in one of fear to one
of faith."
The chapel is embellished by tlel-
JOHNSTON
SILVER
EISENDRATH
GLUECK
LAZRUS
SHAPIRO
ROOS
HOLLENDER
Among participants In General Assembly of American Reform Judaism. Shown above are
some of the leading figures connected with the 42nd General Assembly of the Union oi Ameri-
can Hebrew Congregations which will take place in New York City. April 19th through 23rd.
Three thousand delegates are expected to participate in proceedings which will commemor-
ate the 80th anniversary of the founding of the Union by Rabbi Isaac Mayer Wise. Eric John-
ston, president. Motion Picture Association of America, will speak at the banguet meeting.
Dr. Abba Hillol Silver will deliver an address on the significance of the tercentenary of Jew-
ish settlement in America. Dr. Maurice E. Eisendrath, UAHC president, will open the conven-
tion with a State Of The Union message. Dr. Nelson Glueck, president of the Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of Religion, will take part in a pre-convention broadcast on the Mes-
icate figure work in th- wood above I sage Of Iircal program Sunday, April 19th, on the ABC network. Dr. S. S. Hollender. Chicago,
the altar and by four stained glass
windows, containing symbolic pres-
intation of four phases of Jewish
history. A Torah Scroll in the Ark
\..is one resetted from a Herman
synagogue destroyed by the Na.'is.
On the door entering the chapel
lrom the lobby of the building.
Jewish ri'ual objects are executed
jn low relief and enriched with
burnished gold leaf.
The 80th anniversary of the birth
of organized Reform Judaism in
the United States will meanwhile
l>e observed at the 42nd biennial
-ssemblv of the Union of American i ary, Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, noted ,the proceedings on April 19th. The
Hebrew Congregations which will! Cleveland Rabbi, will deliver an!Pr2ress of the organization will ence to the Royal Family upon the
again be formally assessed at a death of Queen Mary. In addition
banquet meeting which will climax t0 conveying the condolences of
the convention on Thursday night, I the British communities of the
April 22nd, when the guest speak-; Commonwealth, Chief Rabbi Israel
er will be Eric Johnston, president Brodie issued a special prayer for
of the Motion Picture Association use during memorial services for
is chairman of the Union's Executive Board. Oscar M. Lazarus. New York, is chairman of the
Conven'ion Committse. Judge G. Shcpiro, Bridgeport, Connecticut, is program chairman.
Sydney W. Ross, president of New Yoik Federation of Reform Synagoguss, will welcome
delegates.
In addition to marking the mile- its 40th birthday, and the National I
stone of their own organization, Association of Temple Secretaries,
the congregational delegates, num-
British Jews Mourn
bering almost 3.000, will partici-
pate in the first official commem-
oration of the tercentenary of Jew-
ish settlement in America. At a
session devoted to the tercenten-
The Union's accomplishments ,
during the fourscore years of its R}pa?h |Jf flllPPII
history will be evaluated by Dr. ^CUIll VI yUU^II
Eisendrath. who became head of j LONDON (JTA) Jewish organ-
the organization ten years ago, in j7.atjons jn this country and
presidential address called, The ,, ... ... -
STnim.. n-i. c,..;.. .!,"roush"t the British Common-
wealth sent messages of condol-
State Of The Union. This will open
take place in New York City from
April 19th through the 23rd. The
first national Jewish religious ag-
ency to be established in America,
the Union is the parent body of
450 liberal congregations through-
out the Western Hemisphere.
address entitled, On The Thres-
hold Of The Fourth Century-.
Meeting in national convention
simultaneously with the parent
body will be two Union affiliates:
the National Federation of Temple
Sisterhoods, which will be marking
The entrance to the new chapel showing the doors inlaid with
raised symbols. The hands above the door are poised in a
traditional Hebrew benediction.
of America.
Another anniversary will be com-
memorated on Monday night of the
convention when Reform leaders
will salute the Union's Commission
on Jewish Education, creator of
textbooks and other pedagogic ma-
terials. The Commission was form-
ed just 30 years ago and has since
been directed by Dr. Emanuel
Gamoran. In honor of the occa-
sion. Dr. Gamoran and other panel-
ists will lead a discussion on, The
Philosophy Of Reform Jewish Edu-
cation.
The religious practices of Re-
form Jews will be the subject of
a major convention session which
Pwill address itself to a report of a
survey undertaken by the National
j Federation of Temple Brother-
hoods among members of Ameri-
can Temples. S. Herbert Kaufman,
of Pittsburgh, past Brotherhood
president, and Rabbi Morton M.
Bcrman of Chicago, will partici-
pate with others, in a symposium
designed to ascertain whether Re-
form Jewry is experiencing a re-
turn to traditionalism.
A highlight of the convention
will be the bestowal of the $5,000
Corinne Frieder Literary Award
upon David Weiss, whose novel.
The Guilt Makers, was adjudged
the best book on a Jewish theme
in a contest sponsored by Alex-
ander Frieder of Cincinnati, a
member of the Union's Executive,
in memory of his wife. The book
will be published by Rinehart &
Co., on April 22nd. the day of the
prize's presentation.
the late Queen to be held in all
synagogues.
Eliahu Elath, Israel's Minister to
the Court of St. James, sent a mes-
sage of condolence to Foreign Sec-
retary Anthony Eden. Later, he
called at Marlborough House, the
residence of the late Queen, and
at Buckingham Palace. The flags
over the Ambassador's residence
and over the Israel Embassy here
were lowered to half mast.
Fightin' Gate
B* BRUCE KU0N
Since my last ,.- ,
^ people of lhe JJjL
UP here at the Univi,S|
Ida, many people that Llf
have been in the news J
convocations were addren.
speakers from all pha*^
The Jewish population
campus gathered together tk
two nights of Passover J
being sponsored by the
Foundation. R.bbi Knt,
ficiated.
Speaking of Hillel, iu l
Madeline Weinman, hat
lected for the honorary
sorority, Trianon. Only m
were selected for this top"]
a co-ed can have on this m
Bob Olian, former Forensic!
pion in high school, read-
pinnacle of Florida success]
he was selected to the
Fame. This award was
upon Bob by the Semii
pus yearbook.
RAH! RAH!
Mrs. Beatrice Stitglih can|
more open her daughter "
scrapbook and add more clip)
Sandy garnered many high i
plaudits, and this time the I
has selected her to become i
its cheer leaders. Her best I
Stan (Raleigh Hotel) Angel t
is first alternate.
TEP has supplied the cap'J
this year's squad in Marvin |
bi) Goodman, son of Mr.
S. A. Goodman. AEPhi is j
sented by Edyne Lurk
Gator Greeks
Barry Horbein, of Tail |
Phi, is now playing short
the Gator nine. In a recent!
tin gaine against major
opposition. Barry went 3
Among the new brothers of
are Sherwyn Syn. His com
was initial into ZBT;L|
ner. Bob Blank and Mel |
sohn.
The big news over at
Beta Tau house is I 1
are in. Frank Lloyd Wr
al plans for the Zebe ho
presented to the Fraternity j
First Annual Blue and WhT
mal. The affairs set the j
for campus social affairs'
low. Work on the affair wl
by Arnie Stahl, who has
Zebes to the top of the I
social ladder. No one can |
take all the credit for
through the plans for the nfl
House, but I'm of the opinj*
much of the credit must be]
to the chapter's president, [
Guthmann.
Campus politics is ow*j
kicking up its heels, wdj"
you know are right in
ticing. Lack of space
me from telling you
people now but I proM
so next time. Til nex
you around campi.'
V
I'
Si?:?:
The interior of the Chapel presented by Mr. O
and hie late wile. Mrs. Paula Lazrus, in me|" ,'
ents. Jacob and ludith Kronheim. Three of tne
stained glass windows are shown.
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VJeWlxiinnrlrM^r,
Chooses
(Symbol
_ The symbol to
I during the observance Jn
i the 300th anniversary of
settlement in the United
i has been selected by the
E Jewish Tercentenary
3,w, David Bernstein, ex-
I director, announced here.
jjally designed for the
symbol has been se-
! by the American Jew-
ercentenary Committee
| use during the observ-
i in 1954 of the 300th cm^
isary of Jewish settle-
i the United States.
mining commemoration by
well-known artist, William
k, of New York City, the sym-
ppicts a menorah in a stars-
motif which illustrates
*dom Jews have found
i the democratic framework
| United States.
feel that this symbol,"
ton said, "is not merely a
example of graphic art
i an ingenious blending of
twin aspects of the forth-
! observance itself. It com-
h a Jewish and an Ameri-
c, since the menorah is a
nal symbol of Judaism, and
and stripes are equally
al symbols of the United
| Tercentenary next year will
js its theme. Man's Oppor-
i And Responsibilities Un-
Kdom.
I as born in Germany in
d has acquired an inter-
1 reputation as a specialist
[graphic arts. In February,
I took refuge from Hitler-
1 fled to the United States.
PAGE 11 A
Obituaries
SIMON MILLER
71. of 1*! Second Ter., Dl Lido Island,
Miami Beach, died Tuesday at home.
He had been .1 Miami Beach resident
12 yearn, coming from Newark, N.J.
Mr. Miner wan treasurer of Mt. Sinai
l>le. lOOF, Mason and a member
of the Mm mi Reach Jewish Center.
He Is survived by his wife, Pauline;
two daughters. Miss Kvelyn Miller
and Mrs. Beatrice Kamlnsky, and a
son, Gershon .Miller, all of Miami
Beach. Services were held Thursday
in Beach Memorial Chapel, with bur-
ial in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman officiated.
uania
J. Schwartz
-sses Seminar
Jacob Schwartz, Hebrew
pdish writer will address
*w Teachers Seminar in
**k series of lectures on
Hebrew Literature. The
rm be held on consecu-
M beginning April
BU Bureau of Jewish Ed-
Building, 135 NW 3rd Av-
E* 8:45 p.m.
was born in Kov-
and studied/in the
os there. He came
"> 1906 and wrote
Vvfifr for PublicaUon
Ut h Peri<>dicals. As
10 years spent in Lex-
Udvi,ucky- hc wrote M"
1 "Mb and poems. "Ken-
fcff translations in Yid-
1h.Ulius Ceasar and
."'Shakespeare; the Poetry
J. anth0|0gy of Hebrew
iJl^tO- and Prose of
^achman Bialik. Mr
**t book. "Early
*?>n be published.
Pf the Seminar will
*ral nrCn- a"d are <*"
JlPWe. The Semin-
T* by the Bureau of
,2^ and the Hebrew
***tl0n of Greater
Exports are the lifeblood of Israel's economic development. Israel's diamond industry, found-
ed in 1940 by expert diamond cutters emigrating from Belgium, has become the second lar-
gest industry in terms of exports which amount to approximately SI2,000,000 annually. The
stimulation of exports is a prime objective of the Israel Bond drive, proceeds from which are
expanding Israel's basic industries, creating new ones, developing the immense export po-
tential of the mineral deposits in the Negev and the Dead Sea, widening agriculture through
large-scale irrigation and changing the face of Israel with new factory buildings, homes and
tourist facilities. Photos here show various operations in the plant of the Hakohav Diamond
Industry, Limited, in Tel Aviv. (Upper left) Sawing raw diamonds. (Upper right) Cutting the
diamonds. (Lower left) Diamond polishing. (Lower right) Inspecting and grading the finished
diamonds. The cutting and polishing machines shown here are manufactured in Israel.
Jewish Congressmen
Of 1953 In Action
(First of a series of articles "New
Jewish Faces In Congress)
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
(Copyright, MM. Jewish Telegraphic
Agency, Inc.)
Lester Holtzman, who once or-
dered a client out of his law of-
fice for making remarks defam-
ing the Catholic faith, is a young
Jewish Congressman particularly
aware of minority problems.
Holtzman was elected last No-
vember, from a district in Queens,
New York. He was considered by
his predominately non-Jewish con-
stituency to be the man best equip-
ped to represent their interests
in Washington. This was despite
the fact that his opponent, ex-Con-
gressman Robert Tripp Ross, was
considerably more experienced in
politics. Although Holtzman is a
Democrat and the district went for
Eisenhower, Holtzman's spirited
campaigning defeated his Repub-
lican Congressional opponent.
Thus Holtzman became the first
Jew to be sent to Congress from
Queens.
Convinced of the justice of his
Fair Deal views, Holtzman stands
firmly behind the progressive
ideas of the Roosevelt-Truman era.
He feels that he won his seat by
facing issues squarely and cham-
pioning social progress and human
rights over the special interests of
the few. Holtzman believes that
it is only through safeguarding!
traditional civil liberties and guar-!
anteeing the fundamental rights of
all that democracy can remain vig-,
orous.
He is interested in the prob-!
lems of Jews because he is a de-
vout Jew. But this identification
makes him no less concerned with
the fate of all other human groups.
He feels that the Soviet Union
make it more.urgent than ever
trrrt^'We must all hang together
now or hang separately later."
Just as he is concerned with
the Communist threat to the indi-
vidual, Holtzman is alert to the
dangers of anti-Semitism in the
United States and to other forms
of emotional extremism advanced
by demagogues under the guise of
| anti-Communism. His life story,
that of a typical self-made man,
has taught him to value the typic-
ally American approach to equal-
ity and fair play. The American
approach consists of standing up
on your two feet and fighting for
the same ideals the Founding Fath-
ers sought to secure for this na-
tion in 1775. And it is on his two
feet that Holtzman has firmly
stood.
Holtzman was born 39 years ago
on the Lower East Side to parents
who followed the Orthodox Jew-
ish faith. Even today his father,
who came from Poland as a poor
shirtmaker. is active as an elder
in Congregation B'nai Israel in
Queens. His mother is president
of the ladies auxiliary of the con-
gregation. Holtzman came to know
the prophets during his eight
years of Talmud Torah attendance.
The family's financial situation
was such that Holtzman went to
work in a ribbon factory at the
age of 12. At the same age a
school bully derided Holtzman's
religion. Holtzman tore into thej
larger boy with the same guts that
he later exhibited in politics.
His work on a milk truck and
other early labors make his sup-
port of organized labor almost in-
stinctive. Since he was forced by
his work to quit day high school
after only one and one-half years
he painfully learned the impor-
tance of public education. His ten-
acity saw h;m through night school
and St. John's College. He was
graduated in 1935 as class presi-
dent.
Holtzman passed the bar in
1936. He later became known in
legal circles for his work on a
number of celebrated criminal
cases. Recently, he formed the
law firm of Holtzman, Sharf, Mack-
ell, and Hcllenbrand. His legal
training, coupled with the sense
of justice acquired in his family
background and early religious
training have made Holtzman a
man among men.
In his first public statement af-
ter assuming his Congressional
seat, Holtzman expressed himself
with courage and clarity. The oc-
casion was the Nazi-like denun-
ciation of "professional Jews" by
Rep. Francis E. Walter of Penn-
sylvania. Holtzman responded by
expressing his "shock and disillus-
ionment" at the "very unfair and
inflamatory" remarks of Walter.
As co-author of the controversial
McCarran -Walter Immigration
Act, Walter is one of the most
formidable demagogues in Con-
gress.
Holtzman made known that he
was not only shocked by Walter's
tirade in Congress but was dis-
turbed by the applause which fol-
lowed it. He also made known
that he will fight such anti-Semi-
tism with .the same vigor with
which he shall oppose all other
un-American poisons.
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NEW YOPk LIFE INSliSANCi COMPANY
319 B0PER BLOC M !2, FLA.
BENJAMIN FLESSEMAN
71, of 735 W 40th St., Miami Beach.
duM Tuesday. He was a retired
wholesale textile merchant, anil had
lived here 13 years. A daughter sur-
vives. Services were held i'hursuay
In Riverside Memorial Chapel, Miami
B)-nil. Burial lollowed In Mt. Nebo
Cemetery.
MRS DALE YAPHE
44. of 51 BW 1Mb ltd., died Tuesday.
She moved here 2u years ago from
New Vork City. A member of Tem-
ple Israel Sisterhood, she also w.,s
affiliated with the National Child-
ren*' Cardiac Home. Surviving are
her husband, Barney; u daughter.
Suzanne, her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred Weln -toc'i; (our lirothers, Sol-
omon, Harris and Joseph WelnstOCK,
of Miami, and Simon, of New Bruns-
wick; N.J. Berviboi were held Thurs-
day In Oordon'a Miami CbspeL with
Rabbi Joseph Narot officiating.
HARRY FERTIG
X2. of 1777 Collins Ay.-., Miami Beach,
passed away Tuesday. The body was
sent to Brooklyn for services and
burial. Riverside Miami Beach Chap-
el was In charge. He had been a
winter visitor to this area for many
years. He was retired pulp and
paper manufacturer. Surviving are
his Wife, Nettl. and two sons. Benja-
min anil Herman.
CHARLES LEVY
53, of 1749 W 47th St., Miami Beach,
died Cvedneada) In a local hospital.
v.! Levy had been In the trucking
business before ins retirement. A
Miami Beach resident for 25 ...:>.
ha was a native of Syracuse. N.Y.
Surviving are his wife, Betty; a
daughter, Mrs. Myra Lee; a brother.
Sam Levy; and a sister, Mrs. Jane
|..\ Cohen. Services were held
Thursday In Kiverslde Memorial
Chapel. Miami I leach, with burial In
Mt Nebo Cemetery.
MRS. KUNA L. WEINSTEIN
86, of SMI BW 5th Ter., died Tues-
lav. She had moved here three
months ago from Boston. Surviving
are three daughters, Mrs. Cella Jac-
obson, of Miami: Mrs Rebecca Dar-
en of Coral dables, and Mrs. Anna
Tavalln, of New York City; two sons
Bldney M., of Kast mam', N I and
Lewis II of Boston, and a sister,
Mrs. Goldlc Levlnsky. of Portland,
Me The bodv was sent to Portland
for services and burial, liordoii r'un-
eral Home was In charge locally.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No- 158112
In the matter of the Petition
of JERRY A. SPIEGEL. I the
adoption Of ROBERT MICHAEL
1SAKR, a Minor Child.
TO; DONALD BABR
C/o MRS. J. UAER. f>R-
P. (). BOX 14
RELLWOOD. NEBRASKA
YOU ARK HEREBY notified that
JKRRY A. SPIEGEL, the Petitioner,
has filed Petition In this cause for
the adoption of the white male Infant
h,,rn to JEANNE BABR. now
JEANNE BPUBGEL, on the 31st day
f December, l, in New York Uty,
NY and whose name is Kui.t-rii
MICHAEL BAKU, and you are hereby
notified to be and appear in the above
stvled Court on the ..th day of Ma).
1953. and then and there show cause
if any there be. why the said 1'etitlpn
for adoption of the said m nor child
!; the said petitioner, should not be
"i'lATKD at Miami. Bade County.
Florida, ,hl. 30th ^o^March. s.
Clerk of Circuit Court
Bade County. Florida
By; M. C. GREEN
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Cleric
NORMAN R. LYONS
910-12 Olympla Building
Miami. Florida.
Attorney for Petitioner
4/3-10-17-24__________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BLIZABETH APARTMENTS a, 2961
S.W. 5th Street, Miami, Florida. In-
tend to register said name WjtkCM
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Coanty.JJortd^, MARG()US
MOLLIE MAROOLI8
BLANCHE KEIGENSON
SAMI'EL ROSENTHAL
RUTH ROSENTHAL
WILLIAM SCHMITTKLL
C.ERTRUBE SCHMITTELL
KOVNER & MANNHEIMER
Attornevs for Elisabeth Apartments
420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Ha.
4/3-10-17-24________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 158021
CARMINE LONOOBARDI, Plaintiff
II URT LONQOBARDI, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO; MARY LONC.OBARKI,
;ill West 77th Street
New York City, New link
Toil are required to serve a copy
of the Answer to the Bill ol Com-
plaint upon the plaintiffs attorney.
Mo: ton Hotli. lib.rg. 120 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida, and file the
original In the office of the clerk Of
the Circuit Court on or before April
. otherwise, said bih win he
taken as confessed by you.
Dated this 2th day of March, A.D.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By R. H. RICE, JR.
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
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Our UN Newsletter
By ARTHUR LEWIS
(Copyright, 1953, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inv.)
FLORIDA
FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1953
SEC. B
EL tnti-Detamatlon League Head fnmmimjct A Mark
^diiivd W Grand Jura Report I WfflHIIUIlBI ATTdCKS
On Jews Continue
Behind Iron Curtain
riification was expressed this week by Samuel W. Shapiro, of
Florida State Chairman, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
W* concerning the interim report issued by the Federal Grand
f: Miami which has been investigating bombings and acts of
1*1 Z that occurred in Florida in recent years.
lliS note the severe cassation
tte Grand Jury of the KuKlux
^a5 a cancerous growth that
Cj deserves its inclusion on the
Sice Department's list of sub-
K organizations," Mr. Sha-
id "and this official expos-
KKK and acts of vio-
lajro
EL jn the state should further
Crt the citizi nry of Florida to
menace of the KKK and hate
ps which foment bigotry and
tolerance", he added.
Kr Shapiro noted particularly
te emphasis placed by the Fed-
gt\ Grand Jury on the need for
tnunite and explosives control
Egislation in Florida. "The ADL in
Iflorida (.riymall.v recommended
(adoption of explosives control leg-
jisUtion in the slate as a phase of
i three pronged counteractive pro-
followed the despicable
I bombing incidents which occurred
in Florida in 1951", Mr. Shapiro
pointed out. "We prepared at that
[lime a model municipal explosives
control ordinance, and have been
encouraged to note that the Flor-
ida cities of Miami, Miami Beach,
Hialeah. Miami Springs, Coral Ga-
bles and West Palm Beach have
enacted municipal explosives con-
jtrol ordinances as preventive
measures following the bombing",
I be stated.
We have also recommended
I that the state legislature enact a
comprehensive explosives control
| act covering the entire state when
it convenes, which will be on April
7," he said.
Mr. Shapiro also stated that the
Florida State Federation of B'nai
B'rith, of which Harry Goodmark
of West Palm Beach is president,
adopted a resolution at its 1952
state convention urging the enact-
ment of state wide explesives con-
trol legislation at the coming ses-
sion of the Florida state legisla-
ture.
George J. Talianoff, Miami
Beach attorney, is Chairman of the
Florida State B'nai B'rith Federa-
tion's Legislative Committee. Serv-
ing with him are Mr. Goodmark,
Mr. Shapiro, Edward I. Cutler of
Tampa and Tobias M. Simon of
Miami Beach.
"We join with freedom loving
citizens and organizations through-
out the state in looking forward
to the early adoption of a state
wide explosives control act, as rec-
omended by the Grand Jury, dur-
ing the approaching legislative ses-
sion," Mr. Shapiro said.
Other phases of the Florida
ADL's program for counteracting
the bombing incidents and pre-
venting acts of violence from oc-
curring in the future have been
the recommendation of surveys in
communities of possible tension
spots which might be danger
points for future outbreaks of vio-
lence and the immediate planning
NEW YORK (JTA) Commun-
ist attacks on the Jews and on I
the State of Israel continued j
throughout the Iron Curtain'
lands during the week. In Ru-1
mania, leadership in the attack
was vested this week in the Com-
munist Jewish publication, Viata
UNITED NATIONSIt is a sign i
of the best diplomatic practice to I
deposit tha ratified copies of aj
j treaty here; above all, it shows that
the agreement is in the best in-
terests of international law and
morality and follows the princi-
ples of the Charter of the United
Nations. For these reasons, more
than others, the German Israel
Reparations Pact was solemnly
filed here by the representatives
of both contracting parties.
Furthermore, as a number of
diplomats point out, the deposition
gives international publicity to an
act of restitution on the part of
the Bonn Government, in which it
gains no advantage, either eco-
nomic or political. As one dele-
Nova. Bucharest newspapers re-1 gate conceded: "For once, the Ger
ceived in Vienna and described in
a JTA dispatch from the Austrian
capital feature attacks on Ameri-
can Jews, the Zionist movement
and the State of Israel.
The Rumanian Communist au-
thorities this week were involved
in a typical comedy of errors.
First, they approved the grant of
visas to a six-member Israeli table
tennis team to compete in a cham-
pionship tournament in Bucharest.
Within 24 hours of the grant of
the visas, the Rumanian consulate
in Tel Aviv apologically notified
' the Israelis that the visas had been
cancelled.
A few days later, the cancella-
tion of visas was withdrawn, and
the players were told they could
proceed, but it was then too late
for them to reach ucharest in time
to compete. The Israeli Sports Fed-
eration cabled a protest to the
World Table Tennis Federation.
Florida Rabbis To Hold 15th Annual
Convention On Miami Beach In May
The 15th annual convention of the Association of Florida Rabbis
will he held in Miami Beach on May 24th and 25th, Dr. Jacob Kaplan,
president, announced. He also made public the appointment of Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz to serve as convention chairman, with Rabbi Mor-
ris Skop, of Coral Gables, on the Arrangement Committee.
Unique feature of the convention will be the participation of
chaplain'
The convention will conclude
with a public banquet featuring
an eminent guest speaker on the
subject: "The Jew And His Neigh-
bor.
The Association of Florida Rab-
the second largest ] bis represents the three religious
movements of Judaism Ortho-
dox, Reformed and Conservative.
Rabbis from Jacksonville, St. Pet-
ersburg, Tampa and other cities
will present reports and read pub-
lications at the convention.
and conducting of an educational
program designed to reach causes
of intergroup tensions and to
build harmonious understanding
among all groups.
mans seem to be putting moral
considerations above material."
Although most of the more than
800,000,000 dollars in marks which
the treaty provides as reparation
for the Nazi depradations of the
Jews is to be spent on capital
equipment in West Germany, what
has surprised observers here is
the generosity of the Bonn Gov-
ernment in allowing foreign Ger-
man assets to be used by the Is-
raeli Government. Already some
of the German balances have been
earmarked for the purchase of
such an essential commodity as
, oil, and other German balances un-
der the European Payments Union
are also available.
Under the pact, the money is
to be spent over a period of 12 to
14 years, but one of the provisions
is that no matter when the treaty
was ratified, the first year would
end at the end of March this year.
That, of course, means that a con-
siderable sum of money, up to 50,-
000.000 dollars, has been made
available to Israel immediately
after the ratification by both sides.
Of course, this past, in which
Dr. Jacob Robinson of the Israeli
delegation here had a hand in
drafting, contains the usual safe-
guards of any such agreement to
see that it is properly fulfilled,
including the possibility of obtain-
ing a ruling on any disputed sub-
ject from the International Court.
It is essentially a bi-lateral treaty,
and the fact that the instruments
of ratification were deposited here
does not mean that the United Na-
tions has any responsibility for it
whatsoever.
What has astonished most diplo-
mats here and embarrassed cer-
tain ones from the Middle East, is
the consummate ease with which
the ratification was obtained in
Bonn, and how little the threats
of the Arab States counted. It is
the view here that Dr. Adenauer
and his colleagues dealt with these
international blackmailers with
complete and utter realismthey
knew that the Arabs could not
back up their threat to boycott
Germany and merely called their
bluff.
Actually, of course, the Germans
knew full well long before the ra-
tification, even when the negotia-
tions were in progress, that the
Arabs were violently opposed to
the treaty, but paid no attention to
them. The utter confusion within
the Arab camp now is an object
lesson for the United Nations and
might apply to the Palestine prob-
lem here.
If the other states refused to
heed the Arab threats as the Bonn
Government has done, then we
might have a Palestine Peace Trea-
ty now, for, of course, there is no
question of a boycott. Quite the
reverse, in fact, as Egypt, the larg-
est and most powerful of the Arab
States is presently engaged in ne-
gotiations with Western Germany
for the construction of a huge new
dam on the Nile.
serving on active duty
with the armed forces, as well as
[idvisors to .Jewish students in
Jewish Universities. The conven-
tion will hear a report on the re-
ligious guidance of youth in the
armed forces and in college.
j "Florida
opanding state in the Union,"
jRbbi Abramowitz said, "and the
I convention will consider whether
I its religious facilities are increas-
ing proportionately to the popula-
tion growth here".
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(Copyright, :S52. Jewish Telegraphic .
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(>abl^ Kir-koff
Sandav. April 12
Dade C*aoty Cartnat Ceart vul be
peal ea Soeday Apni 12th. 10
a a at the Canary laaiaal
SM SW 22nd Street.
Aaaoaaceaaeat of tbe nest mas
llialpah Meeting
Set Far Thar^dav
m
rally behead tbear orga
linihri to participate is a asset
awctiag an Thaisaei evening Ap-
x 8 p-auc tbe HiaJeak-Mi-
aaa Springs Jewish Ceater. is be-
half of the Combined Jewish Ap-
anaeei -'.
a Urn-
-
6 .
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Pad

the
Bap al :--* r -
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raam.aad the lead-
ened by Metropoi-
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i ST. _Zi'
;....
wiag Coral Gabies or
have pit ait 100 per
. -..- .- .- .
fiinhiBi ia tbe
door^o-door eam-
ise funds for tbe emer-
gency hi Israel and to save tbe
lives of thaaaaaat of Jewish refu-
gees 10 tbe Middle East. Partsci
patiag organ nations will be Cor-
al Gables Jewish Center Men's
Club. Coral Gables Jewish Ceater
Sisterhood, Coral Gables B nai
B'rith Lodge Xo 12, B'nai B nth
Coral Gables Wossea's Chapter.
Zamera Jewish Center Men's dab,
Zaroora Jewish Ceater Sisterhood
and tbe Coral Gables Zaoaist Or
ganuation of America.
Accordant to an
by CJA MetropojtaE Ii.-.jkic co-
ehasnaea. Mrs. Ehas
William Kreapier. the
rally is called to hear an address
by Sabbi Morris Shop of the Coral
Cabs*i Jewish Center, who will
speik oo -IsraelA Democracy At
Tbe Crossroads." Rabbi Shop is
co-chan-maa of the Metropolitan
Division ia the Coral Gables area.
In issuing aa hsvitatioa to all
Jewish residents in the (Laleab-
Mianu Springs area to attend the
meeting. Mrs Rainbow and Mr.
Kneapler pointed out that every
Jewish community is tbe United
States. large and small, had a dis-
tinct responsibility at this time
to lead their unified support to tbe
community drive for funds to save
as many Jewish lives as possible
Assisting with arrangements for
the meeting will be: Mrs Irving
Seligmaa. Mrs Jack Kirsehbaum.
Mrs Theodore Robinson and Mrs
William Landers
atanaaed aa emergency raDy last
Taarsday eveaatg sa the offices
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
Metropofatac Chauaua Harry
Zaneraatfc and Rabbi Leon Kroa-
tsh exptasned that aiMiiiiaial vot-
aateers were needed badly ia the
final phase of the
der to solicit all
Reservations for the breakfast
star be made by contacting any
calling the offices of the Greater
Jewish Federation. 58-4331
CJA TEEN AGERS
PLAN "DAHCEOHAMA"
The Teen Age Division of the
Combined Jewish Appeal has se-
lected a Steering Committee to
plan their solicitation dme to
raise funds in the 1953 -|tg-r
George Lefcoe. president of the
Youth Council at the Town Branch
of the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center, has been chosen
chairman, and Rose Mane Strauss
as secretary
WASHINGTON' I m p o rtant these methods voiced by the Na]
chattels in Jewish religions life tsonal Council of Churches
have joined with leaders of other call upon other ieLz: jc bodies!
faith: m opposing Congressional join in the defeast of our ch
investigatioas of the McCarthy ed American mstnu'.iooi"
variety la fact, clergymen are read the lesosatioc, approved
saarkseg the first major revolt 700 Rabbis,
against McCarthyhaa since the as- ta Washington F.i- -; Paniui
saurt oa crril liberties began in shocked by Veld* idea of inve
gating religious leaders vhoi
as anerceaaoa came coed McCarthT^T. ;.j see if I
as aa aftermath of aa ad-' vere Cnmmnn-.st? The Rabbi i
at Atlantic City by Mr? Ag- his >ipftn^ thai Velde s'
ses E. Meyer, a Republican, be- science will oce daj have to i
fore the Amertcaa Association of swer for the foUy of equating -
School Administrators Mrs Mey- Communism the dean to furtha
McCarthy as a and impseasent the creat demo
r"M^n Arm\ tic ideals of An-.*r.ra" He said,
f0**. who has accased jaaoceiit -.\mencans ever>" here m a y bel
people of Cnmmaaiim stirred aroused to the dangers inherent ill
up hatred aad used every device the proceedings of the Veldes andl
to destroy the confidence of Amer- the McCarthys and the Jenr,ers,|
scans in each other ~ Immediately, and all Americans vail be
insinaatioas against Mrs. Meyers ed a new opportunity to
loyalty were made by Senators Me stand the vigorous oppoathi
Canhy aad William E Jenner and the churches and ^nagogues
Rep Harold H. Velde These are
tbe men who woe the chairman-
ship of key inrestigatiBZ. commit-
tees through the Republican vic-
tory last November.
Religious leaders, who had ob- of the day in the aght of eth
served with alarns the audacity insights"
shewn by the mvestigators since
Coauaaaism and to the rio
forces of godlessness Rabbi
nita told how it a the duty
teachers of religion and moraliq
to comment upon tbe vital is
Minority groups were caution*
November decided that Uungs ^ M ?Z*M
were getting out of hand
vigorously counter-attacked.
TBe>" mer chairman of the Subversii
^ Activities Control Board, that crrt
couater attack ntered f^t in the libefties mu$t ^ prwerved 4
Shhiey B. Kahn Orcle
Meess In New Quarters
The Shirley B Kahn Circle No
1714 of The Companions of the
Forest of America, will until fur-
ther notice meet at new quarters
at 223 East Flagler Street, room
314.
The next regular meeting will
be held on April 9th. at 8 p m
Visiting members are welcome.

District of Columbia because Mrs
Meyer, who is wife of the publish-
er of tbe Washington Post, lives
here. The eiergymea were familiar
with her humanitarian activities
and knew that she was no Com-
munist. The very Rev. Francis B.
Sayre. Jr.. dean of the Washington
Episcopal Cathedral; Bishop G.
Bromley Omasa; Dr A. Powell'
Davies. a leader of the Unitarian j
Church: Rabbi David H. Panrtx, of
Washington's Adas Israel Syna-
gogue, and others throughout the
-ity spoke defiance at McCarthy
from the pulpit.
Meanwhile, the Central Confer
nee of American Rabbis adopted
i resolution that said Congression-
al "witch hunts and spurious in
you wont have erri! rights
long." He issued this warning
representatives of the major Je*J
ish orgaaiobons and other group
assembled here in a national
ference oa civil liberties.
La FaUette compared
"Bookburaers" with Nans
gave many reasons to sub
has conclusions- He
"the sweep of American
now plainly evident" and said tMI
imliiidaali particularly b*7K|
throughout the nation were po|
mg afraid to stand up forernll j
ertJes
Mrs Orya Margolin. Wa*|JJ
rcpresenUtive of tbe N,J*Jr|
Couadl of Jewish Women, told j
esttgatioris" threaten democratic I nieeting that people must
-eedom more than a few Comma-' *de are that they not
ist teachers "While
-J
o,.; should speak up but must do
nine that Communists are not fit' they want to sun ivc as a ^
n for our children." the' People. ^^
it the danger to our democratic lyn Democrat, emerged in
*dom" from witch hunts" is House of ReprescnUti" -as;one
ma ereiter." 1 the two Congressnien with 'T
We ha%e no need for the re- age enough to vote against i
ramu on freedom of speech con-' latest appropriation for vew
tamed in the Smith Act nor in'. committee on un-American acu
... ^vum; lire*. law*
Act. We condemn the underoocra- soul-searching by indiv
I
Mc m-_ ... .. ; iHmlS "l
I
Miami Beach community leaders attend emergency rally of the Beacn Meaopolitan Divi-
sion to enlist volunteers for the Combined Jewish Appeal The groups pledged support of
the Beach drive scheduled for Idckofi on April 19th. Shown seated deft to right, are Gershon
Miller. Mrs. Meyer Katz. Mrs. Lena Mintzes. Mrs Minnie Shubow and Mrs Bea Jafier Stand "** 'D Cooreioo*, m and out of the V>***? -
ingi Frank A. Gordon. Harry Sonz. Mrs Francine Muchruck, Beach chairman/Coldlha"- S Jenner ^Tl *?2L ?"* VTZ?wl"
- o R-V L^n Kronish. Metropolitan chairm^i. Harry Zukerniek. Mrs. Ye^ta Greetzman^ fo^&tXSZ^ZS 3?1^ B"H
i -- dorse the vijorous cnticism of would do about McCarthy.


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PAGE 3B
tor Town Group Plans Musicale And Softball Activities "fir*-1- mmB vlnaly Case
JCI I""" .," p i r nvimnvj pARIS (JTA) Baron Guy d(J Rothschild, leader o
Musicale, "H.M.S.
be sponsored by
Adult League of the
Jewish Commun-
f pation
Re," wn
oung
"^Townl ch, 4
.Avenue, on
Tuesday evening,
ITlb. at 9 p.m.
Entertainment will inaugurate a
regular Tuesday evening bi-month-
ly program of events presently be-
ing organized by the Young Adult
group, to include interpretations
of Judaism, Orthodox, Conserva-
tive, and Reform, by prominent
rabbinical representatives; and
culminating on June 2nd with a
disc jockey jamboree.
The Center Town Branch opens
its Sunday morning Men's Soft-
ball Intramurals at Flagler Field,
on April 12th. at 10:00 a.m.
of the French
Jewish community, has blamed the Catholic Church in France for the
disappearance of the Finaly children from the country and compared
the incident with the Dreyfus case. The children are reported to be
in Spain. Baron de Rothschild insisted that the Jewish community
would never accept the "forced conversion" of the children who had
been left in a municipal institution in 1944 by their parents just before
the parents were murdered by the Nazis.

t-<
PHOTO T HinaiftT Wh.IHHLO
The dictators fear this child's questions
the "Four Questions" of Passover.
They're afraid because the answers
arc ahout freedom.
That's why the wonderful observ-
ance that takes place Passover eve in
Jewish homes in many lands will be
frowned upon behind the Iron Curtain.
Wherever men are free this will be
the scene: a happy family and friends will
gather at the holiday table. A boy like this
will rise to ask:
"Why Njhis night different from all
other nights?"
A proud father or grandfather will
then relate the story of Exodusthe epic
of freedom that for 4,000 years has in-
spired men M> throw off bondage. The
father, will tell his son:
"Staves were weraito Pharaoh in the
land of Egypt, and the Eternal our God!
brought us forth from thence. ..."
Obvious, isn't it, why today's phar-
aohs want no questions asked by two and
a half million Jewish subjects?
Even so, men whose lips may be si-
lent will cry out in their hearts the ancient
prayer:
'This year we are as slaves; next year
we shall be as free men in the land of
Israel."
But will they? that is a Passover
question for you to answer. Your support
of the United Jewish Appeal will aid
those who hve already escaped from
tyranny and those who will escape. It will
aid Israel to absorb those who have come
and will continue to come.
So for freedom's sake give generously
... more than ever ... todayl
Because Lives Depend on Us
United Jewish APPeal
Must Raise $144,524,250 in 1953
on behalf of United Israel Appeal Joint Distribution Commi"-
Unitcd Sen ice for New American'
IN 1953, THE UJA MUST:
Help meet the needs of Jewish es-
capees from Eastern Europe and
speed them to havens in Israel a:>d
elsewhere;
Provide vital aid to 500,000 depend-
ent Jews in Israel, Western Europe
and Moslem lands;
Strengthen Israel with aid in settling
240,000 newcomers and increasing
food production;
Assist thousand of DP*s in the U. S.
or coining this ^car.
IN GREATER MIAMI -
Give To The
Combined Jewish
Appeal
420 Lincoln Road
Mezzanine
Miami Beach 39, Fla.
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PAGE 4B
255*1^^3
"Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAB
(Copyright, 1951, Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.)
WASHINGTON MOODS: The tary Dulles declaring that
talk which the leaders of the
American Zionist Council had last
week with President Eisenhower I
in the White House the first
since Eisenhower became Presi-


008-000 in piedc for toad sub-
scriptions have not been r yet They make no secret of
the fact that of the total of $180.-
008.000 subscribed to date, only
$110 008.080 was received in cash
... And there is also no teem
ill be welcomed m a Middle East |lut ^.^ ww xAxm fmm b,^
defense body when it is formed m amlieip^OB u,* n^ e^
would be realized from bond sub-
scnpUoos Hence the leaders
POLITICAL RIFLE CTIONS: of the Israel bond drive are deter
dent-did not inspire much hope (^^^ ^g^^ of ^ ^p.^. nunrf to mikt u^ & M ^
in Ziom?t ranks The President
seems to be taking the line that in
certain situation.' both Israel and
the Arab countries are wrong.
while in others both of them are
right And it seems that he ex-
pects Israel to carry out certain
..roenti. the nature of which
are not clear All in all. Presi-
dent Eisenhower seems to be sin-
cerely interested in establishing
peace in the Middle East, but on
hat conditions? This is the per-
tinent question The answer to
this question will be known after
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles' coming visit to the Middle
East Those who know Presi-
dent Eisenhower's mind, are un-
der the impression that be will be
" with the Arabs as well as .
\xath' an eff*ct m*y mflu-! purchases
I tions with Israel despite the op- out collection effort U get all the
position of the Arab countries is. money still mat atding from sub-
giving food for thought to some m scnpttocs ... A plan is being
Washington While some ele-: weighed for the setting up of a
meats there are already predict- braach organization of the Israel
ing that Germany will make just a boad drive to wage a nationwide
few payments to Israel, others are f t aawnign to sell hoods among non-
thinking along different lines ... Jews There have been some
They see* that Arab pressure. {purchase of Israel bonds by non
which bordered on blackmail, did Jewish banks and insurance corn-
not frightea the West German! panics and even hundreds of in-
GowrBBMat after it evaluated the j dividual Christians, but no direct
Arab threats And they ask the effort has been made to sell them
I idea to have woaw as Cabinet
members Incidentally, some
were under the mistaken impres-
sion that Mrs. Myerson came to
the United Nations session as per-
manent bead of the Israeli delega-
tion This was not the case .
The permanent head is Ambassa-
dor Abba Eban Mrs. Myer-
' son's mission was limited to the
present session of the UN* Assem-
bly primarily to the debate on the
new Soviet anti-Jewish policy .
She will return to Israel this week
to resume her post as Minister of
Labor Mr. Eban will continue
in his post of permanent represen-
tative of Israel to the United Na-
"on*. a addition toc^T"
his responsibilities in w?1"
"Israel Ambassador.
question: If Germany did not take
the Arab threats seriously, why
>bouk! the United States? This
. There are some in the bond
organization who believe that tens
of millions of Israel bonds might
Sadye G. Rose
kind of a question, coming as it j be marketed among non-Jews .
does on the ere of the departure I They believe also that the pur-
of Secretary of State John Foster chase of bonus by non-Jews would
Dulles for the Middle East, may be a healthy stimulus to Jewish
with Israel in pressing for an
brad peace However, on the
Je there is hope that
Kisenhower will remem-
ber the pledge to Lsrael contained
in the platform of the Republican
Partj Also the pledge in his
own letter a) Dr. Abba }>...<: -.
during the Presidential
n campaign And final-
n cent tau dm nt bj Seere-
'ponsr:*-, UjttfjiP i-irt
Rabbi Joaeoh Rackoralry
945 Michigan Avenut
Miami Beach
Phona 5-3595
U. N. SIDELIGHTS: Mrs Golda
Myerson. Israel's Labor Minister.
ence the thinking of those policy
makers in Washington who. under
the influence of pro-Arab propa-
ganda, are inclined to over-esti-,
mate Arab strength and underes- "roeJsP.ke and cIred at the
timate Israel's importance in the ^nUed Nat,on s, debte ,on the
ddefense of the Middle East Communist anti-Jewuh policy
There is no doubt that the West "// appearance had a dramatic,
German Government, which ect_ .. Some delegations, after}
to do 'Mill 11 with the hatemng to Mrs. Myerson s presen-
oatrica, took into consider- tations. thought it a very good
all the risks involved when
it ratified the Lsrael reparations
pact ... In calling the Arab bluff.
Germany has paved the way for
the United States to take the Arab
claims with a pinch of salt .
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piY. APRIL 3, 1953
__ Library Offers
orida Author Night
Miami Public Library will
Ct men who write about and
__ actively with the birds and
types of wild life on the Apnl
l^rogram of its Florida Author
,ht series. The speakers will
n.niel B. Beard. Superintend
i of the Everglades National
Jk and Robert P. Allen, author
The Flame Birds.
The purpose of this series of
Lhor Nights, which beginsjt
tin o m, is t0 aciuaint tne P***"
hot this area, including winter
luitors with the authors of the
oks stories and articles they
i it is presented as a public
Lice and free tickets are avail-
L at the Main Library, 1 Bis-
Lme Boulevard and the branches,
f Monday. April 6th.
Ijird Sedar For
foung Judaea Chapters
The Ben Zvi Chapter of Senior
Judaea will be the host to the four
Icnior chapters of Young Judaea
i Greater Miami at a third Sedar.
larry J. Sonz, chairman of the
fconist Youth Commission, joint
Klucational agency of Hadassah
nd the ZOA, made the announce-
ment.
1 The Sedar will be held on Thurs-
day, April 2nd. at the Hialeah-Mi-
liiii Springs Jewish Community
tenter, at 7:30 p.m. Working on
he program are Jack Becker,
tteve Kneapler, Dcena Serotta,
jfilma Lyons, Ronald and Jery
kskowitz.
Jewlstfktrkflar
PAGE 5B
Beach Apartment Group Calls Move "Unfair"
called the move "the undemocratic
and unfair aspect of such consoli-
dation without referendum."
The Miami Beach Apartment As-
sociation last week passed a reso-
lution addressed to the Dadc
County Legislative Delegation, urg-
ing submission of the question to
the voters for approval or disap-
proval of a move to consolidate
Miami with Dade County. In an-
other resolution the association
For the Sabbath
and every occasion
when only the best
is good enough!
Two of the judges on the committee for the Outstanding Man
And Woman Of 1952 Award discuss the latest batch of nom-
inations with Colonel Michael M. Isenberg, chairman. The
trophy, symbolizing the award, is shown in the foreground
and was donated by Joseph H. Lipton, president of the Dade
Federal Savings and Loan Association. From left to right are
Ralph Renick. news editor of WTVJ; Colonel Isenberg; and
Mrs. Fred Ravlin, president of the Dade Federation of Wom-
en's Clubs. Nominations closed April 1ft.
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, Anderson Dies
I Word has been received here of
he death of Mrs. Maxwell Ander-
Jon in New City, Rockland County,
few York, on March 24th. Pres-
Int at the funeral in New City
here her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
llbert Klein, now of Tampa, and
formerly of Miami: her sister, Mrs.
,eo Axlrod; and a niece, Mrs. Al-
|in Click, both of Miami.
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Alboum To Address
Maccabee Lodge
George J. Alboum, member of
the Florida Bar and former New
Jersey attorney.
will speak on
The Business
.man And The
Law at the next
meeting of Mac
cabee Lodge,
l Knights of Pyth-
ias, Tuesday
night in Castle
Hall, 6500 North jklboum
Miami Avenue.
Residents and out-of-state Pyth-
ians are invited to attend.
JUDGE RULES GOODWILL
GROUP DULY CONSTITUTED
Circuit Judge Grady L. Craw-
ford recently disposed of the
charges brought last November
against the present administration
of the Goodwill Group of Greater
Miami.
Judge Crawford upheld the fact
that the election held on April
!30th. 1952. was the legal election
of the organization and also ruled
that the present operation of the
organization was entirely proper.
Mr. Bernard S. Mandler, at-
torney associated with the law
firm of Pallot, Silver & Mulloy,
represented the Goodwill Group of
Greater Miami. _____
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=^SL3 Dinner At Delano Thursday
Will Launch Miami Chapter
Of Brandeis U. Associates
Greater Miaau
iiation-wide
liberal arts eotlete m WarUsaa.
laoaca the Greater Miami Chapter
ate* at a d
the Delano HoteL With only 101
has been adopted by 45.000 'fos-
ter alumni- throvhout the na-
tMO, many of them semox
through the Brandeis University
Associates. Dand Phillips, Miami
Beach resident, heads the Sponsor-
ing Committee
The dinner wfll honor Dr Ab-
rersity president. Co-chairmen in-
clude Colonel Jacob Arvey. Mrs
Faye Abhn. Dr Joseph Weidberg.
Jacob Sher and Harold Turk.
Memlwri of the Committee are
Sidney N Ansin. Shepard Broad.
B F Danbuam. Jack Dubinsky.
Mrs. Aaron Fair. Joseph Femas.
Dr Stanley Frehling. Samuel N
Fnedland. Charles Frochtasan.
Ben Games. Mrs. Ben Zion Gins-
burg. Lou Gold. Mrs. Morris Gold-
- irte* Goldberg and Dr. Mor-
on the committee are Mr-
Robert Green. Paul Grosstnger.
Hei.Tian. Al Jacobs. Walter
Bca ma**, J Gerald Lew-
Lieberman. Joseph M
Hir.it Meyer. Jm| New-
rr.an Max Orovitz. Sam Proster-
Kivkind. Leo I
Rudnick. Di-
Harry Sin-
Harry S:rkin. Jdwspfe
Hn Harold Turk. Carl
ke, Mrs Carl Weinkle and
tell Wulia.
Lit Sachar. first president of
I r.r. from Washington University, St.
and receded the master's
l there. Receiving the PhD
J HBbridfe University,
r.d. he joined the History
Faculy of the University of IHin-
ia 1923
Dr. Sachar was appointed direc-
tor of Hi!lei Foundation at the
University of Illinois in 1928. and
five years later became national
director of Hillel Foundations.
now established on 200 American
campuses A pioneer of the Hillel
Foundation movement which be-
gan at the University of Illinois,
he was appointed chairman of the
National Hillel Commission in
1947.
Dr. Sachar received the Honor-
ary Doctor of Humanities degree
from Illinois Wesleyan University
in 1943. Other honors conferred
upon Dr. Sachar include the Hon-
orary' Doctor of Hebrew Letters
Degree from the Hebrew Union
College, Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1945.
Five years later, the Rhode Island
College of Education awarded him
the honorary- degree of Doctor of
Education. In 1951, the American
Academy of Arts and Sciences
of the
fide
local leaders
Ucirersrty Assocs-
Apni 9th. 930 pa, in
University
made Dr Sachar a Fellow of that
Mmj
Dr. Sachar is a prolific and well
known author, having published
the well-known one-eotoate. A His-
tory Of The Jews, now in its 14th
printing, as well as Sufferance Is
A Badge He has also contributed
to organs of opinion and scholar-
ship, including Saturday Review
of Literature. Books of the New
York Herald Tribune. New Repub-
lic and Journal of Modern History.
Familiar to lecture audiences
throughout the United States. Dr
Sachar broadcasts daily commen-
tary over WMAQ. Chicago, the
NBC outlet in that region, and
WOR. Hew York, outlet for the
Mutual System,
Brandeis University, whose 191-,
acre campus is located near metro-
politan Boston on the banks of the,
Charles River, admitted its first
"pilot" freshman class of 100
students in the fall of 1948. To-
day, the student body numbers
more than 750 young men and
women, drawn from 39 states and
15 foreign nations. Selected un-
der the ouota-free admissions pol-
pevrtfliMJ at Brandeis. the
student.- reflect the major relig-
ious denominations of the country
The rapid expansion of Bran-
deis Un.. -tudent body has
been paralleled by the growth of
the University's physical facilities,
curriculum and faculty. In ac-
cordance with a master plan for
the expansion of campus facilities,
a five-unit men's dormitory' was
constructed last year and two
women's dormitories were com-
pleted this falL Under construc-
tion are a gymnasium and field
house, and a non-sectarian Uni-
versity Chapel.
Among the educators assembled
on the Brandeis faculty are such
men as Ludwig Lewisohn. author
and critic; Robert Thornton, physi-
cist; Svend Laursen. Economist:
Composer Leonard Bernstein: and
Albert Fuerard, one of the nation's
foremost literary historians.
Brandeis graduated its first
class of 101 students in June. 1952.
aiming to establish an institution
high in quality, small in size and
with a permanent undergraduate
enrollment of 1.000. The gradu-
ate schools, also limited to 1,000,'
will open in September, 1953.
"It is the hope of the Univer-
sity's founders." declared Dr.
Sachar, "that Brandeis will repre-
sent a significant contribution to
American higher education on the
part of the American Jewish com-
FRICOA ILE!
47. of *S Barfla A*e. Miaa]
dmd Mane* Zet*. Sarrtoea Mod plan
tkefeaewlee; day wtt* earieJ la Mt.
Xewa Csasifni Mrs. Met came bare
m rears am rna Caa* ferns la
eartve* ay her ksilses. Harry.
MAX M. MAHOEL
ST. af 7*e Brrwa Are Miami
4** March Stk. A local aiMirn for
in years, k* tear** k>e wife. Mrs.
imrae Maaa*:. ana two krotkera. V%m
aad r.-aak MaawcL fcukw were
aeM mat Friday kt WHnaHi Miaiar-
al <~w*ael. with kejrml la Ml Waal
Cemetery.
MRS, ROSC RICH
if 9*1 flkirtasa Are. Miami
i. died Mar-h Jitk SerrSeaa
held Mat Friday la Ctraeas
: Beach Chapel. wftA burial la
Bawa Ska rial here eight rears
from New Tork aaa U
er feaabaaw. Murray.
MRS. MOLLIE SASOREW
IS. af SOI frsv nth fR,. died Friday
at hwt She came to Miami six rears
aaa owes PHtafleid. Maai. Mrs. Haa-
:-- surrieed by ker hnshaaa.
Baathnawt; Bmv Br--.arl f damjbtera. Mrs. Jeannette Greawe.
Mrs. Beatrice Weftsad sad Mrs. Flor-
eece Adler. all of Miami, and Mrs
Tin It rim-mas, of New Tork: a
brother. Abraham Levtasoo. of Mi-
ami, aad a sister. Mrs. Bessie GoMea-
;-r ff Pfttsftele. Maes. SerWes
ware held Pea Pay In the Miami Cbap-
el of Goraoa's Paaeral Home witb
banal in Mt. Steal Cemetery.
MAX KARPIN
7i. of the Roraltoo HoteL paassd
away Friday. Ms.h TTth. in a meal
kosc-ltaL S-'arvlTed by his wife. Rarh-
aaL Ova daoahters. Cells 8har. Amy
K-.Ti- Erelyn Wetnapafe. PkyMae
Shapiro and Pearl faeraer. The re-
mterrr.--
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g -JJ :*thi;"A"
aar. Mareb lit:-.. T^T* >jr
wr.*d by h.. '**jJ-f
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pwflwaaSj dj
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a vtearaa of World W,
actSow la r'ranca H> .
km wife. Mrs. Roar "--
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NW pvtb Are turnip SS3u4
wtfe. Mrs. Esther Kaplan .^ThS
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haM Maadar is '" -1
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munity. Other denominational
groups have done much to further
the educational resources of our
country. It is our hope that a sim-
ilar contribution may be made to
the youth of this country by the
Jewish people of America through
Brandeis University ."
Serving on the Brandeis Board
of IsVaamflw, of which noted Boston
attorney George Alpert is chair-
man, are Eleanor Roosevelt and
Adele Rosenwald Levy, active New
York community leader.
Air CdwastrmW
IESTAImUHT KIXaTCSSCM
THf KST IN KOSHEt FOO0S
Planning for the dinner to be held in honor of Dr. Abraham
Sachar, president of Brandeis University, at the Delano Hotel
on April Sth, are (left to right) David Phillip3, chairman; Mr3.
Ben Zion Ginsberg, co-chairman and president of the Miami
Beach Women's Chapter of Brandeis; and Dr. Sachar.
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r>iY APRIL 3, 1953
lmistinrM**r,
hy The New Soviet
Anti-Semitism?
PAGE 7B
By W. AVERELL HARRIMAN
i was in Moscow when Frank-
D. Roosevelt died. I saw the
ussian people mourn his passing.
ring the war, the Iron Curtain
not yet bee" P"Hed down, at
^ not all the way, and the
emlin masters were then per-
iling some information about
nerican ideas and actions to ap-
lar in the Soviet press and over
[e radio. They did this realizing
it bolstered the morale of the
[issian people to know that the
nericans were on their side in
desperate battle against the
ji invaders. One result of this
is that the Russian masses look-
upon Roosevelt as a symbol
Eth of victory and of a brighter
[y for all mankind.
(Today the Kremlin conspiracy
|r world conquest threatens to
ktroy everything in which we
Ilieve and which millions of Rus-
Lns hoped for, everything for
Uich Roosevelt was our spokes-
an. But we can win our strug-
with Communism without a
lird world war if we apply Roose-
t's principles as exemplified in
le Good Neighbor policy, in the
bur Freedoms and in the philos-
bhy behind the United Nations.
(The Kremlin has to depend up-
forcc. fraud and fear to attain
purposes At the moment, we
it resorting to the horror of
ti-Semitism to put upon others
le blame for its mistakes and the
llferiiio and hardships it impos-
\ We are loo apt to think that
hatever the Kremlin does is con-
Irned with external affairs. But
Dm my experience in Moscow, I
lund that internal problems al-
jys come first particularly
|e problem of keeping rigid con-
over the Russian people and
diverting their discontents and
Issatisfactions into other chan-
fels.
We do know, of course, that the
remlin is trying to divide the
oples of the free world and set
>m against each other. It is ever
empting to inflame and exploit
ial passions and prejudices to
her this objective. But any
nefits that the Kremlin's anti-
mitism may gain for it among
Nazis would appear, at this
*, to be secondary considera-
te.
I have noticed that some people
(terpret the Kremlin's anti-Semit-
campaign as a sign of impend-
i collap>e I doubt this very
nch. While we can recognize
it anti-Semitism reveals the ex-
oce of strains and stresses
Mil the Soviet dictatorship, we
^st not expect it to crumble in
near future. The Kremlin still
a horrible hold through the
* capable and ruthless secret
ftt in history.
The Soviet Union has vast pow-
Wishful thinking that the
*mlin will soon topple could
"Is* us to let down our guard.
thinking that the Soviet
>oo is an invincible colossus
* cause panic or paralysis,
need is for a mature and
?minded approach and con-
* alertness for a long hard
1 Too many people arc inclin-
shuttle back and forth be-
n the extreme views that the
*J Onion is so strong that it
Oo anything or so weak that
W do lime.
fetever the origins of the new
P Purge f its Jewish citizens
r* 'atest Communist infamy
I nf!h0nd qucstion a responsibil-
we American people to help
wh0 arc escaping. Israel,
.offered a haven to the vic-
IthT sm' now offers asylum
I victims of Communism. To
th's additional burden, Is-
u., 'bp Mped not only by
w chanty but also by our
government which should enlarge
ita current program of assistance
to that nation to take into account
the new humane obligations it is
assuming. And, too, we should
now enact legislation, as proposed
by Congressman Emanuel Celler,
to permit additional immigration
during the present emergency.
The Soviet Union has made tre-
mendous strides in expanding the
productive capacity of its heavy
industry and of raw materials to
supply them. Typically, in the
case of steel, it has not only made
up for war damage but has doub-
led steel production since 1940.
On the other hand, its production
of consumer goods has barely kept
pace with population increases.
This brings to mind my talks with
the late Josef Stalin during the
war, when he told me that one
of his major postwar objectives
was to increase vastly Soviet in-
dustrial capacity. The statistics
mean that the Soviet Union is con-
centrating on the build-up of its
heavy industry not to improve liv-
ing standards but rather to
strengthen its military potential.
This is being accomplished by
compelling the Russian men and
women alike to work long hours
at pittance wages, by herding mil-
lions into slave labor camps and
by stripping the satellites of ma-
terials, machines and skilled man-
power. This is building the Soviet
Union's military' might but at
what cost to the morale of its own
and satellite peoples, we cannot
judge.
Our own productive resources,
when combined with the resources
of other free nations, are three to
four times greater than those on
which the Kremlin can call. If
we are to counter the long-range
military menace implicit in the
growth of Soviet industrial power,
we must continue to expand our
own industries and to cooperate
with other free nations to expand
theirs. For we need an expanding
economy for the free world not
only to improve living standards
and to meet our mutual defense
requirements but also to keep the
industrial facilities and materials
available to the free world as they
are now far in the lead and far
superior to anything the Soviet
has yet achieved.
When I returned from Moscow
in 1945, I was very much worried
that the Kremlin would be turn-
ing to its advantage the postwar
chaos and devastation in Western
Europe, then move in and take it
over. And the Kremlin would have
done exactly that if it hadn't been
for our creative and far-seeing pol-
icy of the helping hand.
Instead, however. Western Eur-
ope is steadily recovering, and its
productive capacity is substantial-
ly higher than before the war.
There is a new awareness that the
peoples of Western Europe must
come together for their mutual ec-
onomic advancement and security.
Who would have thought, a few
years ago, that the Schuman Plan,
under which six European nation^
have pooled their coal and steel
resources and facilities, could have
come into being? Who would have
thought that these same six na-
tions, including France and Ger
many, would have agreed, sub-
ject to parliamentary ratification,
to merge their armies under a
single direction? Who would have
thought that plans for a political
federation would be drawn up a?
they are now? In a few years
a split second in rustory these
events have changed the entire
course of Western Europe.
All this has been, in no small
measure, accomplished througl'
encouragement on the part of our
own government. We cannot die
tate what other people do; we
should not try. As we love free-
dom, we must recognize that free-
dom is also the right of other
peoples to make their own choices
and their own decisions. We must
respect that right. In this way,
we can continue to encourage the
whole movement toward Western
European integration.
Similarly, in Asia, the Middle
East, Africa and Latin America,
we must continue and quicken our
efforts to help the people of un-
derdeveloped areas in their at-
tacks upon poverty, disease, illiter-
acy and in their attempts to
achieve balanced economic growth.
It is by this means that we can
most effectively assist them to be-
come our full partners in strength-
ening freedom and peace.
I am more confident than ever
before that the cause of freedom
will prevail. That confidence is
based primarily upon the way we
Americans have responded to the
new responsibilities thrust upon
us by the sweep of history. We
have been ready to take unprece-
dented steps to meet unprecedent-
ed conditions. That is the acid-
test of the vitality and flexibility
and resourcefulness of our democ-
racy.
Biscayne Kennel Club Re-Opens April 10
For Last Half Of Current Racing Season
Biscayne Kennel Club, Miami's. ten races nightly, Sunday exclud-
oldest and largest Greyhound Rac- ed, through June 2nd.
ing Track, will raise the curtain____________________
on the last half of iu 19521953 Hiaieah-Miami Springs Center
Season April 10th. Biscayne tra- w, H T, \..* ~~"""
ditionally opens and closes the dog W*" Hld Thurd Sedar
racing season in South Florida and The Hialeah-Miami Springs Jew-
the final 46 nights of its split- lsh Center wi" celebrate their An-
meeting will wind up the Sport of nual Third Seder at the Center
Queens in this area until next Fall, j Apnl 5th- at 7 P-m-
The nation's top greyhounds are Rev Leo Heim wlU cnd"ct the
fit and ready to return to the'Seder and speak on "Four AP"
Northside Oval, having campaign- Proaches To Jewish Life". He will
ed successfully at other Greater asslsled by the Center's choir,
Miami tracks during the past under the direction of Philip Ly-
couple of months. Such brilliant ons-
speedsters as However, Squad Reservations for the Seder can
Leader, Prime Factor, Blue Dee,' ^ made bv contacting the Cen-
Chaos, Beach Chapel, Creme-De-1 ter's offlce' or Mrs- A Gordon, at
Mint, Coal Blazer, Freddy Ready,!88'3923
| Big Zip and many other Biscayne Mrs. Philip Begun is the chair-
favorites will return to thrill the man for the evening.
dog racing enthusiasts. ------------------------------
The Biscayne Spring Inaugural I BEACH JUNIOR HADASSAH
will headline the opening night's j The Miami Beach Chapter of
program and track officials predict | Junior Hadassah will have a reg-
the field will be one of the class- ular meeting on April 14th, 8 p.m.,
iest to go postward in recent years.! at the home of Harriet Lipschultz,
Biscayne will run a program of | 830 9th Street, Miami Beach.
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Edward Friedman
Dies Suddenly
Edward Friedman. 56. of 5435
LaGorce Drive. Miami Beach, a
World War I veteran who partici-
pated in various civic and relig-
ious activities on the Beach, died
suddenly last Friday evening. He
came from New York 27 years ago
Mr Friedman, a certified pub-
lic accountant with offices in the
Drexel Building, was a life mem-
ber of the Knights of Pythias and
a member of B'nai B'nth. Beth
David Congregation, the Civic
League of Miami Beach and the
American Legion.
Surviving are his wife. Mrs. Bert
Friedman, and a daughter. Lenore.
both of Miami Beach: six sisters,
including Miss Celia Friedman and
Mrs. George Schwartz, both of
Greater Miami; and a brother.
Services were held Sunday at Miami early Wednesday.
Gordons Miami Beach Funeral Fromcenko came here to visit
Home, with Rabbi Max Shapiro of- Isaac Mankuta and Sol Cantor who
floating. Burial followed at are vacationing on Miami Beach.
+3mistntrktian
fBIDAY, APR!
President Of Israel Elite Candy Company Visit* .Miami
Mount Nebo Cemetery
MARVIN HARRIS TO ENTER
LOUISVILLE MED SCHOOL
Marvin Jay Harris, son of Mr
and Mrs. A. J. Harris. 1825 W 24th n^t cny through Rokeach
Street. Sunset Island No. 3. has
been accepted into the University
of Louisville Medical School. Lou-
isville, Kentucky, for the 1953 Fall
term Mr Harris will graduate
from the University of Miami in
August.
fciia Fromcenko. of Tel Aviv and Fromcenko. who is also manager, is established. Elite products are
president of Elite Candies. Limit-' and director of Premon Canneries., currently being distributed
ed. Ramat G. Isreei arrired in of fruits vegetables. ft* S""**"2L2f H"Z.
icas. Premon canned foods are
and citrus concentrates for exporti y,^ far e^^arked for export to
throughout Europe, said here that Europe only."
he is looking for means of increas- j Fromecenko also stressed the
Mankuta is sales manager of L ; ing the volume of Israel's exports 1 need for work in Israel. He said
Rokeach & Sons, exclusive Ameri-jto United States. jthat some 25,000 persons are cur-
can distributors of Elite products, j "Of prime importance," he said, I rently unemployed there. "The
Cantor is of the firm Cantor and 1 "is the American dollar in Israel.' world can assist us," he explained,
Smolar. Pittsburgh, which handles I This can only be retained within "as easily as snuffing out a cigar-
Elite candies and chocolates in | the Jewish state to bolster its econ-' ette if we can establish markets
omy if a favorable export trade among the foreign nations."
Formerly of Riga, Latvia, tit
he manufactured candies
staff of 800 employees, Fron
ko came to Israel twenty ye
ago. He is here with his
spend the Passover holiday^
are Mr. and Mrs. Mankuta and 1
and Mrs. Cantor. The Manfal
are stopping at the Hotel Edn
The Cantors are at the Sore
Elite distributor in the 1
area is Phil Rothstein. 1357 1
Avenue, Miami Beach.
rs
Make This
Passover One
To Remember!
toil v a
Suit Hi-rip I ion to
The Jewish
Floridian
By TERRY ELMAN
right. 1.".J. Jt*U Telegraphic
Air.-:.. In- 1
The "great worrier i- what Sam
Levcne is. You talk to Sam for two
minutes and you find that he al-
ways expects the worst to happen.
When "'Guys and Dolls" was try-
ing out in Philadelphia, one of the
back-stage visitors was Sammy
Cahn. then a famous songwriter,
now making his debut as a War-
ner producer on "Three Sailors
and a Girl."
Cahn told Sam that he was slat-
ed to become a producer and ex-
pressed the hope that he would
have Levene in his first picture.
: actor. He made his stage debut 1
when he was 20 and that makes
some 20 years that he has been
one of Broadway and Hollywood's
most dependable actors.
Sam. a bachelor, can whip you
up the best food this side of Broad-
way He has many friends up in
Washington who send,him salmon.
Here is his way of preparing sal-
mon steaks chiffonade:
4 small salmon steaks It to *
inch think
water and seasonings such as
salt, celery' tops, sprig of
parsley and a pinch of tar-
ragon
2 tablespoons French dressing
1 hard cooked egg
2 gherkins
3 to 4 olives
1 teaspoon capers
It green pepper
1 or 2 scallions.
Procedure: Arrange fish in skil-
"111 be back in Hollywood in a
few weeks." said worrying Sam. let; cover with boiling water and
"I don't think this play will last! seasonings. Simmer 5 to 8 min-
long on Broadway." As you know, | utes. Carefully remove steaks with
"Guys and Dolls" is still running perforated skimmer or pancake
on Broadway and Sam took a leave I turner to platter, draining well,
of absence from the show to be in I Mix French dressing with other in-
ENLARGES one's fund oi ,ne first P'clure produced by Cahn. Igredients which have been chop-
Sam's early ambitions was not to j ped. When fish is cool, cover with
be an actor, but a doctor. His, the sauce; chill before serving,
father, now dead, was a well j Garnish with lemon. Sam says
known cantor, but he didn't in- j cream of celery' or cucumber soup
SfND 52 KtMINDtKS Of YOU*
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hent his father's voice. A friend
and the director of the American
Academy of Dramatic Art, Charles
Jelinge. urged him to become an paniment.
will be perfect for the beginning
of this fish dish. Peas or hot as-
paragus for the vegetable accom
f. 0. Box 2973
1
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" Enclosed please iimi $340 for |
I which you will send THE JlWIiH
flORIDIAN tor one year to:
I No-, |j
llll. PHILIP II. si i;i.\
Announce! His Return
from The Armt4 Forces Of 1 he United Staffs
AW The Association With
DR. OSCAR S. RUSKIN
7* Resume The Practice Of General Dentistry
420 LINCOLN ROAD
Miami Beach, Fla.
Suite 310
Phone 5-4721
Address
I
J City
I State
'lease notify fhe recipient fhof this
I subscript ion is beina sent as my
I
1 Passover gift.
Signed
Address
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Jaj&s&Bu&lm
PAGE 9 B
ferold Shapiro
Kaiiicd Beach
\ (ommander
fflirold Shapiro, Miami Beach at-
Ley and civic leader, has been
ted commander of Miami
Lch Post 330 of the Jewish War]
Weran.
fother JWV officers elected in-
Le Frank Gordon, senior vice
Cnandor; Fred Barad, junior
v, commander; Daniel N. Heller,
tjge advocate; Louis Stein, quar-
Ensster; Bernard Koloff, chap-
Si Gold, historian; Lester
jibin. .-eraeant at arms, and Mau-
Klein, trustee,
timbers of the new executive
Immittee are George Michaels,
Erdheim, Cantor David Sil-
van. Jack Henkin and Ralph
ossman.
[rs. Miller To Head
fomen Republicans
llfrs. L. Hanks Miller was elected
sident of the Headquarters
fomen's Republican Club at a rec-
Li meeting of the group.
|Mrs Miller has long been active
the movement for two-party
Istem of government for the
late ot Florida, where she has
en a voter for 15 years.
IShe was chairman of campaign
kivities for the Headquarters
tub during the 1952
i
More fertilizers and chemicals will be
produced because Israel Bonds are fi-
nancing the expansion of the great
plant at Haifa, where the raw material
is the phosphates mined in the Negev
with Israel Bond proceeds.
Copper mining camps at Beer Ora
(Well of Light), where Israel Bond funds
are enabling the Israel Mining Corpor-
ation to exploit the extensive copper
deposits for future export.
More power to Israel's industries will
be supplied by Israel Bonds by in-
creasing electric power capacity. Of
the $80,000,000 required for power de-
velopment, 560,000,000 is expected to
come from Israel Bonds.
Mivltavl Rand To jBorden Company
Visit Miami Ifnai Spends $11,344,098
|d organized the women workers
Dade County.
ISadie Tumor was elected 1st
president. Others are Anna
bbnic. 2nd vice president; Hazel
Idolph, recording secretary;
kry Elizabeth Peterson, corres-
Inding secretary; Mrs. S. D.
leissbuch. treasurer; and Lile
Iker. auditor
New directors are Annie King
lmes, Lou Eiseman and Florence
MVriih tiroupn
District No. 5 B'nai B'rith Youth
Director Michael M. Rand will vis-
it in Miami from April 8th through
campaign j 10th, it was announced by Milton
A. Friedman, national youth com-
missioner of the B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization.
Purpose of the visit will be to
discuss with the B'nai B'rith lead-
Durlng 1952, The Borden Com-
pany spent $11,344,098 in Florida,
an increase of $3,654,210 over
1951, it was reported here.
E. F. White, manager of the
Borden's Dairy, noted that this
figure represented the money paid
to farmers for milk and other sup-
plies, to employees in payroll
checks and to state and municipal
ership in the Greater Miami Com- governments for taxes and assess-
k Prince of
DSe MMfffSL
munity the budget and operation
| of the F'lorida State Regional of-
fice.
Mrs. A. Frank Wellins, chairman
of the local BBYO Committee, has
called a special meeting for Thurs-
day, April 9th, at the Bureau of
Jewish Education.
Selma Rubin, chairman of the
B'nai B'rith Young Adult Council,
is calling a meeting for Wednes-
day, April 8th, and Pauline Glantz,
District YM and YW vice presi-
dent, is calling an Executive Com-
mittee meeting for the same day.
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t lm rip or thia full-
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aiomad vintage will
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o- J I h,
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GOODWILL GROUPS MEET
The Goodwill Group of Greater
Miami will hold its Board of Direc-
tors meeting on Monday, April 9th,
1:00 p.m., in the home of Presi-
dent Miriam R. Fields, 2815 SW
15th Street, Miami.
pvrnon ;d ptithw
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136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4834
MORRIS ORUN IRVING GORDON
HAVE YOU PAID
ments.
In addition. White said there
were 994 Borden stockholders in
the state of Florida who shared
in its 1952 dividends of $2.80. The
average Borden stockholder owns
84 shares, he said.
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+Jmistnor*Man
FRIDAY, APRIL
3,19
Third Annual Mount Sinai Seminar
Attracts Speakers Of National Rota
Recent Advances In Diagnosis
and Therapy' will be the subject
of Mount Sin-.i Hospital's Third
Annual Semmar. to be h^Sd on
Miami Beach. May 21st through
Baby Shower Aids
Nursery In Israel
A baby shower hooarag Mrs.
William Berson was held March.
25th at the home of Mr. and Mrs. .
Irving Bayer. 2515 SW 25th Av
enue. The gifts received are being'
sent to a Pioneer Women's nur-,
sery i" Israel by the parents-to-be
Mrs. Berson. a vice president of
the Kadimah Chapter of Pioneer
Women, personally contributed a;
number of items. The gift pack-.
age for Israel will contain diapers.
shirts, gowns, blankets and other;
miscellaneous items.
Co-hostess with Mrs. Bayer was
Mrs. John Rudnick. Mrs. Bernard
Kantor assisted with refreshments
and Mrs. Albert Shkoler was in i
charge of the evening's entertain
ment.
MRS. WILENSKY IS HOSTESS
AT SUCCESSFUL LUNCHEON
A successful luncheon was given
by Mrs. Essie Wilensky. chairlady
of the Jewish National Fund Com-
mittee of the Pioneer Women's j
Organization for Israel. Club No. 1.
The affair was held on March
17th at her home. 1004 Pennsyl-1
vania Avenue. The proceeds of |
SI30 were turned over to the Jew-
ish National Fun-i.
23rd. it has been n rr i by
Dr. D. Charles Werbiow. Seminar
chairman
Eight physicians of oatinwal
prominence will be goest speakers
and lead panel dututimi They
are: Dr. Samuel Bukenu. Wash-
ington University: Dr Jerome
Conn. University of Michigan. Dr.
I. Davtdaohn. Mt Sinai' llaipitil
Chicago: Dr. Alexander Gutman.
Mt Smai Hospital. New York: Dr
Chester Keefer. Massachusetts Me-
morial Hospital: Dr. Jack Myers.
Duke University; Dr. Thomas Mc-
Gavack. New York Medical Center,
and Dr. Stewart Wolf. University
of Oklahoma-
Members of Mount Sinai's staff
serving as Seminar Committee
chairmen include: Dr Louis Lem-
berg. Exhibitor Arrangements; Dr.
Paul Plotkin. Hotel Reservations;
Dr. Leo Levin. Publicity; and Dr.
Harold Rand. Liaison and Enter-
tainment Committee.
Over 300 doctors attended the
hospital's three-day Seminar last
year arriving from many parts of
the United States. Cuba and South
America. Registrations are now
being accepted by the Medical Sec-
retary at Mount Sinai Hospital.
4300 Alton Road, Miami Beach.
THE ENTIRE
COMMUNITY
PROGRAM
oi
"Jewish Forum
On The Air"
EVERY SUNDAY 10 to 11 A.M.
Station: WKIE (1140 on dial:
Kith Varicvt fiatursi
Produced oai O'ueclti by
Contest Honor Won
By Miami Student
A University of Miami student
has won honorable mention in the
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en's ieU.i wide essay contest on
of Academic Free-
He is A Richard Bernstein, of
5825 SW 41st Street, a pre-medical
student majoring in chemistry. He
'was one of 20 college students to
receive the honor oat of more than
200 participants.
Federation Names
Nominating: Group
A nominating committee to se-
llcct officers and board members
for the coming years haa been
elected by the Executive Commit -
!tee of the Greater Miami Jewish
' Federation.
Chosen were Mrs. Sylvia Chert-
, kof, Irving Cypen, Howard Kane,
'Aaron Kanner. Mrs. Fannie Selig.
: Rabbi Morris Skop. Harold Thur- i
' man and Mrs. Carl Weinkle.
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A-1 EMFLOVMER
SIR/ICE
Gables Young Adults
To Hear Rabbi Skop
The Young Adults Group of the
) Coral Gables Jewish Center will
present its regular meeting on Ap-
ril ftth. 8 30 p.m.. at 320 Palermo.
; Coral Gables. Rabbi Morris A.
I Skop and Cantor Irving Robinson
will present the program.
Refreshments and dancing will
follow the meeting. The lowest
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;is 21.
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y APRIL 3, 1953_
-JewtstrhrkHnn
PAGE 11 B
IfGAL NOTICE
r-^rc TO CREDITORS
[NOTICE JUD0E8. COURT
KnC FOR DADE COUNTY,
L'pA. IN PROBATE. No. 299WA
K K'nV'il'l'oKMAN, Deceased
" ,,. ma All Persons Hav-
^.IrPeraanaa Against Said
P^ i i.li of you, are hereby
l"'/!!mi required to present any
V*** demands which you or
r 5 nn imiv have against the
Fiy8ARAH '>'A OI.1CKMAN,
"' 'i I,;.',- .! i'-"1'- <'"<"><> |'1'"-
...r Honorable County Judges
L r-nunty. and "le tne Bame
|" !..-'in the County Court-
S. Dade (!ounty. Florida, wlth-
J.", Sleno" months from the
J" t,!' publication hereof.
<*.,", demanda to contain
JS'Tddre-s of the claimant and
JtTin* 1" be barred.
fiTHANIUL OLICKMAN
;,; \,iiiiliil8trator of the
Sra'h0ida ulickman,
*JW Deceased.
I^v t HtlKDMAN
EJiy for Administrator
aWlCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
f0T NAME LAW
l,T|(|.; is HEREBY CilVEN that
Tumk-rsigncd. desiring to engage In
P ondei the Ik-litlou njme of
lMliAKI> STEEL SALES CO.
iv-I ill or, Lincoln Road,
, Bead), Kla Intends to register
,a. with the Clerk of the Clr-
Oiurt "' l>de County. Florida.
RALPH HANDEI.MAN
huKI. M. ISENBEM
[.,., for Applicant
i;. aj-ne Bldg.
\i-ii-u___________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
loTK'K IS HEREBY C.iyEN that
underslgn-d, desiring to engage in
J.,,,.. under the flrtlilous name of
I\ii-.-llif:i: APARTMENTS, at
Xm-3'- ivnnsvlvanla Avenue, Ml-
Item h, Florida, intend to register
I name with the Clerk of the Clr-
I Omit n( l>.nle County, Morlda.
WOLI E MENDELZYS
MIRIAM .MK.VHEI.ZY3
ALBERT FRANK
ESTHER FRANK
Ll.lAM I I'.KK.VN'KR
Trnev for I'artleB
flt-17-H
LEGAL NOTICE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 27206-B
RE: ESTATE OF
LENA SMITH. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administratrix of
the estate of LENA SMITH, deceased;
and that on the 13th day of April,
1953. I will apply to the Honorable
County Judges of Dade County, Flor-
ida, for approval of said final report
and for final discharge as Administra-
trix of the ESTATE OF LENA
SMITH, deceased.
This th day of March, 1953.
ANNE SATIN.
Administratrix of the
Estate of
I.KNA SMITH. Deceased
TURK & NEWMAN
Attorneys for Anne Satin
I2D Lincoln ltd.. Miami licach, Fla.
3/13-20-27 4/3
LEGAL NOTICE
Inotice under fictitious
NAME LAW
nTH'K IS HEREBY GIVEN that
p I, desiring to engage In
l mdi r the fictitious name of
KvKK.WK ENTERPRISES, at 9270
I Bai Harbol Drive, Hay Harbor
I:.,i. Bade County, Florida, Intends.
{ name with the dork
Circuit Court of Dade County,
I
I.WVIIK.VK .1. SCHLOSBERG
Sola i iwnar
- I 3-1(1-17
Inotice under fictitious
NAME LAW
tOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage In
liness under the fictitious name ot
KEDI APARTMENTS, at 740-2-4
lllcl Avenue, Miami Reach, Florida,
fcnds to register said name with the
Irk of the Circuit Court of Dade
lintv, Florida.
IAN ME KOI'EL
B31NER a sriKI.KR
nrneys for Applicant
Roper Building. Miami, Fla.
10-17-14
Inotice under fictitious
name law
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I undersigned, desiring to engage in
Wiess under the fictitious name of
MOMMSEN VITALITY MAS-
! CENTER, at 160 Westward
Miami Springs, Morlda, Intend
I said name with the Clerk
litre Circuit Court of Dade County,
KARL MoMMSEN
VIBtilNIA MOMMSEN
|R\ XI. FABER
Maty for \pplicanta
i 4/1-10-17
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 28072-B
RE: ESTATE OF
IRVING O. KOLBY, Peceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE In hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Executrix of the
estate of IRVING G. KOBI.EY, de-
ceased; and that on the 10th day of
April, 19...1, will apply to the Honorable
County Judges of Dade County. Flor-
ida, for approval of said final report
and for final discharge as Executrix
of the Estate of IRVING G. KOB1.EY,
deceased.
'This 11th day of March, 1953.
MIRIAM KOBLKY
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Executrix
1/13-20-27 4/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
JACK'S TAVERN SNACK BAR, at
2108 S.W. 57th Avenue, Miami, In-
tend to register raid name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JACK ALBAGI.I
ALICE B. ALBAGI.I
STEPHEN KB88L.BR, Attorney
4 S.W. 22nd Ave.
J/13-20-27 4/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
Iv NAME LAW
|0TICK is HEREBY GIVEN that
f undersigned, desiring to engage In
ESS.1""1''1' ,ht- B'tltlous name of
if.RMA.N lid.ME I.ACNDRIES
".CLEANERS, at 4005 b'W Sth
fen. Miami. Ha.. Intends to regls-
ald name with the Clerk of the
'nit court of Dade County, Florida.
MACR1CE M. KAFKIN
Sole Owner
L~ 4/3-10-1? ___________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
-.. NAME LAW
fc^IS E ls HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage In
ntM.^''1" ,ne fictitious name of
totS&S' 3071 8W- 37tB Avenue,
C'J3?r,d"- '"tend to register said
tut S ii 'ihe ,Clw* "' tb* Circuit
|Wt of Bade County, Florida.
DAVE DOBBY
emu... '" D TUCK
K'J- Tuck
^n l/3-lu
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
km-w. NAME LAW
"unL 'S |,KltFBY GIVEN that
sini, 1:',""1' "firing to engage In
JH* under the flctUloua name of
ml REALTT, at 201-219 South
Wda ,,V""V Mia,"i. Dade County.
h th. '".'' '" ,e*lter said name
MORRIS lioNIGBAUM
['["I-- A. lioNIGBAUM
leryl Morrison
ANNIE MORRISON
>R.\EI. 8TEINHAUM
IITitl- ,,:"SE STEINBAUM
KKci1 AND KAI.1SH
1 Owner*
' I :: io
"OTICE UNDER FICTITIOTJS
'"TH-
NAME LAW
I- II.REHY |>!ne,v' irlng.to engage in
lAI. i '','' !''." fl'"'los nirne of
Slii \K i";L',AClES, at 1747
*i.m -J" MUmi- Intends to
'me with the Clerk of
kridjt. "" "i"t of Dade County,
KPlIl'v Sl,.' aJL- 8HARPSTEEN
li A>'I'hc
fc-n "? Av-
VL.Ior Applicant
4/3-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 157510
JOHN LEE GRANT and AGARTHA
ELOISK GRANT, his wife.
Plain tiffs,
vs.
DORA GARV1N and______
GARVIN, her husband,
Defendants.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA
TO: I1>RA GARVIN. If living, and
GARVIN. her husband. If
living, whose residences are un-
known; ALL UNKNOWN heirs,
devisees, grantees, creditors or
other parties claiming by,
through, under or against DORA
GARVIN, not known to be dead
or alive; AND ALSO 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; AND
ALSO all 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 nnd being In Dade County.
Florida, and more particularly
described as follows:
Lots 35 and 3fi. in Block 9.
of DIXIE HEIGHTS GAR-
DENS, according to the Plat
thereof, recorded In Plat Book
21 at Page 32 of the Public
Records of Dade County,
Florida.
YOU AND EACH OF YOU are here-
by notified that a suit hus been filed
n the above named Court, by the
plaintiffs above namej. for the pur-
IKjse of quieting title of the plaintiffs,
In and to the property involved here-
Inabove described._____
Till' ARE HEREBY ORDERED
AND REQUIRED to file your Appear-
ance In said suit on or before the 10th
lay of April. 1953, and In default of
such Appearance, a Decree Pro Con-
fesso will be entered against you and
each of you. .... ,
This Order to be published once a
week for four (4) consecutive weeks
In The. Jewish Florldlan. a Newspaper
published In Dnde County. Florida.
DONE AND ORDERED at the
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
this 10th day of March. 153.
K. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By M. O. GREEN.
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
BEN ES8BN
Attorney for Plaintiffs
122 Seynold Bldg.. Miami, Fla.
3/13-20-27 4/3 ^^^^^
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
''TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No 1577
ISIDORE WEISER. Plaintiff,
vs.
SOPHIE WEISER, Defendant
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: SOPHIE WEISER ,
1710 Hull Avenue
Bronx. New York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you and you are hereby
required to serve a copy of your Ans-
W..er. l.?.. the Bi" of Complaint on
Plaintiffs attorney and file the orig-
inal Answer In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
18th day of April. 1953; otherwise, the
allegations of said Bill of I'oinplalnt
will be taken as confessed against
you.
Dated this 17th day of March. 1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
_ By R. H. RICE, JR.
I Seal) Deputy Clerk
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF, ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
3/20-27 473-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the iictulous name m
TAYLOR MADE HOMES, at 671S Col-
lins Avenue, Miami Beach, Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JACK TAYLOR
SWEET ft WOLF
Attorneys for Applicant
1102 Security Bldg.
I it :?7 4/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to ergage in
buslnssa under the fictitious name of
CHICAGO GUEST HOUSE, at 927
Jefferson Avenue. Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
BESSIE SMITH
LEGAL NOTICE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 28363-B
RE: ESTATE OV
LUCAS W. SIEFKER, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administratrix of
the estate of LUCAS W. b'lEFKER,
deceased; and that on the 19th day ol
April. 1953, will apply to the Honorable
County Judges of Dade County. Mor-
lda, for approval of said final report
and for ttnal discharge as Adminis-
tratrix of the Estate of LUCAS W.
SIEFKBR, deceased.
This 9th day of March, 1953.
MARIE HUMES SIEFKER,
Administratrix of the
Estate of
LUCAS W. SIEFKER.
deceased
I. R. MAYERS
Attorney for Administratrix
3/13-20-27 4/3
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 2M54-B
RE: ESTATE OF
BENJAMIN FRANK, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Executrix of the
estate of BENJAMIN FRANK, deceas-
ed; and that on the 20th day of April,
1953, will apply to the Honorable
County Judges of Dade County, Flor-
ida, for approval of said final re|>ort
and for final discharge as Executrix
of the Kstate of BENJAMIN FRANK,
deceased.
This 17th day of March, 1953.
SARAH FRANK
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Executrix
3/20-27 4/3-10
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 15743
FRANCIS E. ETZEL. -m.^^
PAULA*' A. ETZEL. defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: PAULA A. ETZEL
c/o Mr. and Mrs. Kleemlchen
South Road. Bradford, Vermonf
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce
as been filed against you in the
above entitled cause and you are here-
by required to serve a copy of your
Vnswer IB the Bill of <'omplalnt on
l.inKffs attorneys, and file the orig-
inal In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before tho t>tn
'ay of April. l!'-3. here Ise. a Decree
,, Cohfesso will be entered agSHisI
VThls notice shall be published once
each week for four cic ,\,,,YvU'
,nr^gnBM!?m..FF5ai.Ut& It.
day of starch. ^\KATHfMUAS,
Clerk, Circuit Court
By: WM W STOCKING.
I>epntv Clerk
PALLOTT. SILVER MULLOY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
804- Ingrahairi Building
*n4- Ingrain....
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buslnssa under the fictitious name of
THE BEAUTY NOOK, at 116117 B.W.
7th Ave., Miami, intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
BETTY JOHNSON
RUTH L. HOLDEN
3/27 4/3-10-17
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 157989
LILLIAN FALANGA COREA.
Plaintiff
vs.
FORTCNATO COREA, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: FORTCNATO COREA,
c/o Yacup,
102 Mercer Street, ,
Jersey City, New Jersey
You are required to serve a copy of
the Answer to the BUI of Complaint
upon the plaintiff's attorney, MOR-
TON Id/I'll EN BERG, 420 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach. Florida, and file
the original In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before Ap-
ril 27th, 1953: otherwise, said BUI
will lie taken as confessed by you.
Dated this 25th day of March, AD.
1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By It. H. RICE, JR.
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
3/27 4/3-10-17
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 157995
MAY ZINKIEWITZ, Plaintiff
WALTER JOHN ZINKIEWITZ
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: WALTER JOHN ZINKIEWITZ
You are hereby notified that a BUI
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Ans-
wer or Pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's Attorney.
STEPHEN F. KESSLER, 4 S.W. 22nd
Avenue, Miami, Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 30th day of
April, 1963. If you fail to do so. Judg-
ment by default will be taken against
Eou for the relief demanded In the
ill of Complaint ., -
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In TrtK JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 25th Bay of March. A.D.
E. B. LEATHBRMAH,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
By M. C. GREEN
(Circuit Court Seal) Deuu'.y Clerk
STEPHEN F. KESSLER
Attorney for Plaintiff
4 S.W. 2tnd Avenue. Miami. Florida
3/27 4/S-10-17
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THl
1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 16717
SOPHIE SAMUELS aOLDB{?lafttl,
MOE GOLDBERG. Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: MOE gi iLDBERG
2:!2 E Sth Street
New York City. New York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you nnd you are hereby
required to serve a copy of your
Answer to the BUI of r""'lMM on
Plaintiffs attorney and file the orig-
inal Answer In the office of the
Clerk <>f the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the L'lrd day of April. 1WS other-
KisV th* allegations of said Bill of
Complaint will be taken as confessed
Clerk of Circuit Court
By R H RICE, JR.
Deputy Clerk
(seal)
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF, ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln
Itoail, Miami B*cfc, Florraa.
3/27 4/S-18-17
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 157774
RICHARD J. TARRANT, Plaintiff,
vs.
ANNA GUINAN TARRANT,
Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: ANNA GUINAN TARRANT
169 Lorraine Avenue
Montclalr, New Jersey
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you, and you
are hereby required to serve a copy
of your answer or pleading to tho
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
attorney, HERBERT H. HUTNER.
520 Olympla Building, Miami, Flor-
ida, and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
18th day of April, 1953. If you fail
to do so, judgment by default will
be taken against you.
DATED, March 18th. 1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By M. C. GREEN
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
3/20-27 4/3-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
IDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. No. 157620
ERNEST W. RIESE, Plaintiff
vs.
GERDA RIESE, Defendant.
YOU. GERDA RIESE, are hereby
notified to file your defensive plead-
ings to this suit with this Court's
Clerk, and serve a copy on Plaintiff's
attorneys, HUTNER ft HUTNER,
Olympia Bldg.. Miami, Fla., on or
before April 15, 19*3, else the Com-
plaint will be taken as confessed by
you.
Dated: Mar. 12. 1953. E. B. LEATH-
ERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court
(Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
3/20-27 4/3-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 157730
FLORENCE ROSE BRAYTON.
Plaintiff,
ALOYSIUS ROBERT BRAYTON,
Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: AI.OYSII'S ROBERT BRAYTON
1212 Taylor Avenue
Bronx, New York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you and you are hereby
required to serve a copy of your ans-
wer to the Bill of Complaint on
Plaintiffs attorney and file the orig-
inal Answer In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court, on or before the
16th day of April, 1953; otherwise, the
allegations of said Bill of Complaint
will be taken as confessed against you.
Dated this 17th day of March. 1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
By R. H. RICE. -ftR.
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF, ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
3/20-27 4/3-10 _____
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA IN CHANCERY. No. 157724
EDWARD B. DIAMOND, Plaintiff
vs.
ROSE DIAMOND, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ROSE DIAMOND
353 Cypress Avenue
Bronx 54, New York
YOU are hereby required to serve
a i "py of your Answer to the Bill of
'omplalnt for Divorce on Plaintiff's
Attorney, and to file Original Ans-
wer in the Office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court, on or before the 17th
dav of April, 1953; otherwise, the Bill
of Complaint heretofore filed wiU be
taken as confessed by you.
DATED at Miami, Florida, this 17th
day of March. 1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: WM. W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
Name and address of
Plaintiffs Attorney:
NORMAN R. LYONS
910-12 Olympla Building
Miami. Florida
3/20-27 4/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
buslnssa under the fictitious name of
PRECISION SHEET METAL Works
at 1361 N. Miami Avenue, Miami, in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
PHILIP TASHMAN
CHERTKO* & KALISH
Attorneys for Applicant
Olympla Bldg.
3 JO-rj 4/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
WEI.VIUCH'S BAKERY AND OVEN
BAKE SHOP, at 241S Ponce de Leon
Blvd.. Coral Gables. Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
VICTOR REISS
OTTO BOCKL1
Owners ft Co-Partners
MYERS. HEIMAN ft KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
Seybold Bldg.
3/13-20-27 4/S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
JOA. IN CHANCERY. Ns. 157f1
CECILIA MORALES. Plaintiff
TS. .
JERRY MORALE8, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JERRY MORALES, c/o Buccola
1980 W. Hth Street
Brooklyn, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a BUI Of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you In the
above entitled cause and you are
hereby required to serve a copy of
your Answer to the Bill of Complaint
on the Plaintiff's attorneys, and file
the original In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before
the 23rd day of April. 1953, otherwise
a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered
against you. .....
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 23rd
day of March, 1953.
X K. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: WM. W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
PAI.I.OT. SILVER & MULLOY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
701 Congress Building. Miami. Florida
3/27 4/3-10-17 _____
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 157761
STEPHEN J. VENEZIA, Plaintiff
EMIL j'. KAS-EMETZ,
Defendant, et als
NOTICE TO APPEAR
TO: Emll J. Kasemetz, and
If married, his unknown wife
Kasemetz; all parties
claiming interest by, through,
under or against Emil J. Kase-
metz and his unknown wife,
all parties having or claiming
to have any right, title or In-
terest in the following describ-
Lot'20 Block 191. Ida M. Steb-
bins Subdivision. Plat Book
9. page 185. of the public rec-
ords of Dade County, Florida:
all of the above persons If alive, and
If dead, to their unknown heirs, de-
visees, legatees or grantees.
You and each of you are hereby
notified that a suit has been filed In
the above named court by the plaintirr
for the purpose of quieting title of
the plaintiff In the above described
property: and you and each of you
are required to serve a copy of your
answer to the bill of complaint on
the plalntlfrs a,"<>r,ne>'-DFr*de,"ii,ll
Barad. 420 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach Florida, and file the original
in the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Flor'da on
or before the 17th day of April. 19o3.
otherwise a decree pro eonfesso win
be entered against you.
Dated theE.S,h day # & *
cierk of Said Court
By R. H. RICE. JR.
1 Seal) Deputy Clerk
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twjjw. VJeWlxiinnrlrM^r, Chooses (Symbol The symbol to I during the observance Jn i the 300th anniversary of settlement in the United i has been selected by the E Jewish Tercentenary 3, w David Bernstein, exI director, announced here. jjally designed for the symbol has been se! by the American Jewercentenary Committee | use during the observi in 1954 of the 300th cm^ isary of Jewish settlei the United States. mining commemoration by well-known artist, William k, of New York City, the symppicts a menorah in a starsmotif which illustrates *dom Jews have found i the democratic framework | United States. feel that this symbol," ton said, "is not merely a example of graphic art i an ingenious blending of twin aspects of the forth! observance itself. It comh a Jewish and an Americ, since the menorah is a nal symbol of Judaism, and and stripes are equally al symbols of the United | Tercentenary next year will js its theme. Man's Oppori And Responsibilities UnKdom. I as born in Germany in %  d has acquired an inter1 reputation as a specialist [graphic arts. In February, I took refuge from Hitler1 fled to the United States. PAGE 11 A Obituaries SIMON MILLER 71. of 1*! Second Ter., Dl Lido Island, Miami Beach, died Tuesday at home. He had been .1 Miami Beach resident 12 yearn, coming from Newark, N.J. Mr. Miner wan treasurer of Mt. Sinai l>le. lOOF, %  Mason and a member of the Mm mi Reach Jewish Center. He Is survived by his wife, Pauline; two daughters. Miss Kvelyn Miller and Mrs. Beatrice Kamlnsky, and a son, Gershon .Miller, all of Miami Beach. Services were held Thursday in Beach Memorial Chapel, with burial in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated. uania J. Schwartz -sses Seminar Jacob Schwartz, Hebrew pdish writer will address *w Teachers Seminar in **k series of lectures on Hebrew Literature. The rm be held on consecu%  M beginning April BU Bureau of Jewish Ed• Building, 135 NW 3rd AvE* 8:45 p.m. was born in Kovand studied/in the os there. He came "> 1906 and wrote Vvfifr for PublicaUon Ut h P eri <>dicals. As %  10 years spent in LexUdvi, ucky hc wrote M" 1 "Mb and poems. "Kenfcff translations in Yid1h. U lius Ceasar and ."'Shakespeare; the Poetry J. anth 0 | 0gy of Hebrew iJl^tOand Prose of ^achman Bialik. Mr **t book. "Early *?>n be published. Pf the Seminar will *ral n rC na d are <*" JlPWe. The SeminT* !" by the Bureau of ,2^ and the Hebrew ***t l0 n of Greater Exports are the lifeblood of Israel's economic development. Israel's diamond industry, founded in 1940 by expert diamond cutters emigrating from Belgium, has become the second largest industry in terms of exports which amount to approximately SI2,000,000 annually. The stimulation of exports is a prime objective of the Israel Bond drive, proceeds from which are expanding Israel's basic industries, creating new ones, developing the immense export potential of the mineral deposits in the Negev and the Dead Sea, widening agriculture through large-scale irrigation and changing the face of Israel with new factory buildings, homes and tourist facilities. Photos here show various operations in the plant of the Hakohav Diamond Industry, Limited, in Tel Aviv. (Upper left) Sawing raw diamonds. (Upper right) Cutting the diamonds. (Lower left) Diamond polishing. (Lower right) Inspecting and grading the finished diamonds. The cutting and polishing machines shown here are manufactured in Israel. Jewish Congressmen Of 1953 In Action (First of a series of articles — "New Jewish Faces In Congress) By MILTON FRIEDMAN (Copyright, MM. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) Lester Holtzman, who once ordered a client out of his law office for making remarks defaming the Catholic faith, is a young Jewish Congressman particularly aware of minority problems. Holtzman was elected last November, from a district in Queens, New York. He was considered by his predominately non-Jewish constituency to be the man best equipped to represent their interests in Washington. This was despite the fact that his opponent, ex-Congressman Robert Tripp Ross, was considerably more experienced in politics. Although Holtzman is a Democrat and the district went for Eisenhower, Holtzman's spirited campaigning defeated his Republican Congressional opponent. Thus Holtzman became the first Jew to be sent to Congress from Queens. Convinced of the justice of his Fair Deal views, Holtzman stands firmly behind the progressive ideas of the Roosevelt-Truman era. He feels that he won his seat by facing issues squarely and championing social progress and human rights over the special interests of the few. Holtzman believes that it is only through safeguarding! traditional civil liberties and guar-! anteeing the fundamental rights of all that democracy can remain vig-, orous. He is interested in the prob-! lems of Jews because he is a devout Jew. But this identification makes him no less concerned with the fate of all other human groups. He feels that the Soviet Union make it more.urgent than ever trrrt^'We must all hang together now or hang separately later." Just as he is concerned with the Communist threat to the individual, Holtzman is alert to the dangers of anti-Semitism in the United States and to other forms of emotional extremism advanced by demagogues under the guise of | anti-Communism. His life story, that of a typical self-made man, has taught him to value the typically American approach to equality and fair play. The American approach consists of standing up on your two feet and fighting for the same ideals the Founding Fathers sought to secure for this nation in 1775. And it is on his two feet that Holtzman has firmly stood. Holtzman was born 39 years ago on the Lower East Side to parents who followed the Orthodox Jewish faith. Even today his father, who came from Poland as a poor shirtmaker. is active as an elder in Congregation B'nai Israel in Queens. His mother is president of the ladies auxiliary of the congregation. Holtzman came to know the prophets during his eight years of Talmud Torah attendance. The family's financial situation was such that Holtzman went to work in a ribbon factory at the age of 12. At the same age a school bully derided Holtzman's religion. Holtzman tore into thej larger boy with the same guts that he later exhibited in politics. His work on a milk truck and other early labors make his support of organized labor almost instinctive. Since he was forced by his work to quit day high school after only one and one-half years he painfully learned the importance of public education. His tenacity saw h;m through night school and St. John's College. He was graduated in 1935 as class president. Holtzman passed the bar in 1936. He later became known in legal circles for his work on a number of celebrated criminal cases. Recently, he formed the law firm of Holtzman, Sharf, Mackell, and Hcllenbrand. His legal training, coupled with the sense of justice acquired in his family background and early religious training have made Holtzman a man among men. In his first public statement after assuming his Congressional seat, Holtzman expressed himself with courage and clarity. The occasion was the Nazi-like denunciation of "professional Jews" by Rep. Francis E. Walter of Pennsylvania. Holtzman responded by expressing his "shock and disillusionment" at the "very unfair and inflamatory" remarks of Walter. As co-author of the controversial McCarran -Walter Immigration Act, Walter is one of the most formidable demagogues in Congress. Holtzman made known that he was not only shocked by Walter's tirade in Congress but was disturbed by the applause which followed it. He also made known that he will fight such anti-Semitism with .the same vigor with which he shall oppose all other un-American poisons. ~^'U'~""—" WJ'Jt/ft/tli NEW YOPk LIFE INSliSANCi COMPANY 319 B0PER BLOC M % %  '• %  !2, FLA. BENJAMIN FLESSEMAN 71, of 735 W 40th St., Miami Beach. duM Tuesday. He was a retired wholesale textile merchant, anil had lived here 13 years. A daughter survives. Services were held i'hursuay In Riverside Memorial Chapel, Miami B) -nil. Burial lollowed In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. MRS DALE YAPHE 44. of 51 BW 1Mb ltd., died Tuesday. She moved here 2u years ago from New Vork City. A member of Temple Israel Sisterhood, she also w.,s affiliated with the National Children*' Cardiac Home. Surviving are her husband, Barney; u daughter. Suzanne, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Weln -toc'i; (our lirothers, Solomon, Harris and Joseph WelnstOCK, of Miami, and Simon, of New Brunswick; N.J. Berviboi were held Thursday In Oordon'a Miami CbspeL with Rabbi Joseph Narot officiating. HARRY FERTIG X2. of 1777 Collins AY.-., Miami Beach, passed away Tuesday. The body was sent to Brooklyn for services and burial. Riverside Miami Beach Chapel was In charge. He had been a winter visitor to this area for many years. He was %  retired pulp and paper manufacturer. Surviving are his Wife, Nettl. and two sons. Benjamin anil Herman. CHARLES LEVY 53, of 1749 W 47th St., Miami Beach, died Cvedneada) In a local hospital. v.! Levy had been In the trucking business before ins retirement. A Miami Beach resident for 25 ... %  :>. ha was a native of Syracuse. N.Y. Surviving are his wife, Betty; a daughter, Mrs. Myra Lee; a brother. Sam Levy; and a sister, Mrs. Jane |..\ Cohen. Services were held Thursday In Kiverslde Memorial Chapel. Miami I leach, with burial In Mt Nebo Cemetery. MRS. KUNA L. WEINSTEIN 86, of SMI BW 5th Ter., died Tues%  lav. She had moved here three months ago from Boston. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Cella Jacobson, of Miami: Mrs Rebecca Daren of Coral dables, and Mrs. Anna Tavalln, of New York City; two sons Bldney M., of Kast mam', N I and Lewis II of Boston, and a sister, Mrs. Goldlc Levlnsky. of Portland, Me The bodv was sent to Portland for services and burial, liordoii r'uneral Home was In charge locally. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No158112 In the matter of the Petition of JERRY A. SPIEGEL. I the adoption Of ROBERT MICHAEL 1SAKR, a Minor Child. TO; DONALD BABR C/o MRS. J. UAER. f>RP. (). BOX 14 RELLWOOD. NEBRASKA YOU ARK HEREBY notified that JKRRY A. SPIEGEL, the Petitioner, has filed Petition In this cause for the adoption of the white male Infant h,,rn to JEANNE BABR. now JEANNE BPUBGEL, on the 31st day „ f December, l, in New York Uty, NY and whose name is Kui.t-rii MICHAEL BAKU, and you are hereby notified to be and appear in the above stvled Court on the ..th day of Ma). 1953. and then and there show cause if any there be. why the said 1'etitlpn for adoption of the said m nor child %  ;• the said petitioner, should not be "i'lATKD at Miami. Bade County. Florida, ,hl. 30th ^o^March. s. Clerk of Circuit Court Bade County. Florida By; M. C. GREEN (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Cleric NORMAN R. LYONS 910-12 Olympla Building Miami. Florida. Attorney for Petitioner 4/3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BLIZABETH APARTMENTS a, 2961 S.W. 5th Street, Miami, Florida. Intend to register said name WjtkCM Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Coanty.JJortd^, MARG()US MOLLIE MAROOLI8 BLANCHE KEIGENSON SAMI'EL ROSENTHAL RUTH ROSENTHAL WILLIAM SCHMITTKLL C.ERTRUBE SCHMITTELL KOVNER & MANNHEIMER Attornevs for Elisabeth Apartments 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Ha. 4/3-10-17-24 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 158021 CARMINE LONOOBARDI, Plaintiff II URT LONQOBARDI, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO; MARY LONC.OBARKI, ;ill West 77th Street New York City, New link Toil are required to serve a copy of the Answer to the Bill ol Complaint upon the plaintiffs attorney. Mo: ton Hotli. lib.rg. 120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original In the office of the clerk Of the Circuit Court on or before April otherwise, said BIH win he taken as confessed by you. Dated this 2th day of March, A.D. E. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court By R. H. RICE, JR. 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jiJliewiisltUBoiciidliiaun ^AAAAAAAIAIAA. A<^^U-WAA*Arf^^VX Our UN Newsletter By ARTHUR LEWIS (Copyright, 1953, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inv.) FLORIDA FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1953 SEC. B EL tnti-Detamatlon League Head fnmmimjct A Mark ^diiivd W Grand Jura Report I WfflHIIUIlBI ATTdCKS On Jews Continue Behind Iron Curtain riification was expressed this week by Samuel W. Shapiro, of • Florida State Chairman, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai W* concerning the interim report issued by the Federal Grand f : Miami which has been investigating bombings and acts of 1*1 Z that occurred in Florida in recent years. lli S note the severe cassation tte Grand Jury of the KuKlux ^ a5 a cancerous growth that Cj deserves its inclusion on the Si ce Department's list of subK organizations," Mr. Shaid "and this official exposKKK and acts of violajro EL jn the state should further Crt the citizi nry of Florida to menace of the KKK and hate ps which foment bigotry and tolerance", he added. Kr Shapiro noted particularly te emphasis placed by the Fedgt\ Grand Jury on the need for tnunite and explosives control Egislation in Florida. "The ADL in Iflorida (.riymall.v recommended (adoption of explosives control legjisUtion in the slate as a phase of i three pronged counteractive profollowed the despicable I bombing incidents which occurred in Florida in 1951", Mr. Shapiro pointed out. "We prepared at that [lime a model municipal explosives control ordinance, and have been encouraged to note that the Florida cities of Miami, Miami Beach, Hialeah. Miami Springs, Coral Gables and West Palm Beach have enacted municipal explosives conjtrol ordinances as preventive measures following the bombing", I be stated. We have also recommended I that the state legislature enact a comprehensive explosives control | act covering the entire state when it convenes, which will be on April 7," he said. Mr. Shapiro also stated that the Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith, of which Harry Goodmark of West Palm Beach is president, adopted a resolution at its 1952 state convention urging the enactment of state wide explesives control legislation at the coming session of the Florida state legislature. George J. Talianoff, Miami Beach attorney, is Chairman of the Florida State B'nai B'rith Federation's Legislative Committee. Serving with him are Mr. Goodmark, Mr. Shapiro, Edward I. Cutler of Tampa and Tobias M. Simon of Miami Beach. "We join with freedom loving citizens and organizations throughout the state in looking forward to the early adoption of a state wide explosives control act, as recomended by the Grand Jury, during the approaching legislative session," Mr. Shapiro said. Other phases of the Florida ADL's program for counteracting the bombing incidents and preventing acts of violence from occurring in the future have been the recommendation of surveys in communities of possible tension spots which might be danger points for future outbreaks of violence and the immediate planning NEW YORK (JTA) — Communist attacks on the Jews and on I the State of Israel continued j throughout the Iron Curtain' lands during the week. In Ru-1 mania, leadership in the attack was vested this week in the Communist Jewish publication, Viata UNITED NATIONS—It is a sign i of the best diplomatic practice to I deposit tha ratified copies of aj j treaty here; above all, it shows that the agreement is in the best interests of international law and morality and follows the principles of the Charter of the United Nations. For these reasons, more than others, the German Israel Reparations Pact was solemnly filed here by the representatives of both contracting parties. Furthermore, as a number of diplomats point out, the deposition gives international publicity to an act of restitution on the part of the Bonn Government, in which it gains no advantage, either economic or political. As one deleNova. Bucharest newspapers re-1 gate conceded: "For once, the Ger ceived in Vienna and described in a JTA dispatch from the Austrian capital feature attacks on American Jews, the Zionist movement and the State of Israel. The Rumanian Communist authorities this week were involved in a typical comedy of errors. First, they approved the grant of visas to a six-member Israeli table tennis team to compete in a championship tournament in Bucharest. Within 24 hours of the grant of the visas, the Rumanian consulate in Tel Aviv apologically notified the Israelis that the visas had been cancelled. A few days later, the cancellation of visas was withdrawn, and the players were told they could proceed, but it was then too late for them to reach ucharest in time to compete. The Israeli Sports Federation cabled a protest to the World Table Tennis Federation. Florida Rabbis To Hold 15th Annual Convention On Miami Beach In May The 15th annual convention of the Association of Florida Rabbis will he held in Miami Beach on May 24th and 25th, Dr. Jacob Kaplan, president, announced. He also made public the appointment of Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz to serve as convention chairman, with Rabbi Morris Skop, of Coral Gables, on the Arrangement Committee. Unique feature of the convention will be the participation of chaplain' The convention will conclude with a public banquet featuring an eminent guest speaker on the subject: "The Jew And His Neighbor. The Association of Florida Rabthe second largest ] bis represents the three religious movements of Judaism — Orthodox, Reformed and Conservative. Rabbis from Jacksonville, St. Petersburg, Tampa and other cities will present reports and read publications at the convention. and conducting of an educational program designed to reach causes of intergroup tensions and to build harmonious understanding among all groups. mans seem to be putting moral considerations above material." Although most of the more than 800,000,000 dollars in marks which the treaty provides as reparation for the Nazi depradations of the Jews is to be spent on capital equipment in West Germany, what has surprised observers here is the generosity of the Bonn Government in allowing foreign German assets to be used by the Israeli Government. Already some of the German balances have been earmarked for the purchase of such an essential commodity as oil, and other German balances under the European Payments Union are also available. Under the pact, the money is to be spent over a period of 12 to 14 years, but one of the provisions is that no matter when the treaty was ratified, the first year would end at the end of March this year. That, of course, means that a considerable sum of money, up to 50,000.000 dollars, has been made available to Israel immediately after the ratification by both sides. Of course, this past, in which Dr. Jacob Robinson of the Israeli delegation here had a hand in drafting, contains the usual safeguards of any such agreement to see that it is properly fulfilled, including the possibility of obtaining a ruling on any disputed subject from the International Court. It is essentially a bi-lateral treaty, and the fact that the instruments of ratification were deposited here does not mean that the United Nations has any responsibility for it whatsoever. What has astonished most diplomats here and embarrassed certain ones from the Middle East, is the consummate ease with which the ratification was obtained in Bonn, and how little the threats of the Arab States counted. It is the view here that Dr. Adenauer and his colleagues dealt with these international blackmailers with complete and utter realism—they knew that the Arabs could not back up their threat to boycott Germany and merely called their bluff. Actually, of course, the Germans knew full well long before the ratification, even when the negotiations were in progress, that the Arabs were violently opposed to the treaty, but paid no attention to them. The utter confusion within the Arab camp now is an object lesson for the United Nations and might apply to the Palestine problem here. If the other states refused to heed the Arab threats as the Bonn Government has done, then we might have a Palestine Peace Treaty now, for, of course, there is no question of a boycott. Quite the reverse, in fact, as Egypt, the largest and most powerful of the Arab States is presently engaged in negotiations with Western Germany for the construction of a huge new dam on the Nile. serving on active duty with the armed forces, as well as [idvisors to .Jewish students in Jewish Universities. The convention will hear a report on the religious guidance of youth in the armed forces and in college. j "Florida opanding state in the Union," jRbbi Abramowitz said, "and the I convention will consider whether I its religious facilities are increasing proportionately to the population growth here". Alow ^ 6000ISJ tiAieandfi/Jute BRAND pmjnjo] FRANKFURTERS CORNED BEEF SALAMI BOLOGNA PASTRAMI You iust havon't tasted a roally good frankfurter until you taste thtso. Choko Western corn fed beef, subtly soasonod to LOQK FOR tantalising goodness. THIS SIGN And tho Salami is truly truly wonderful. Nothing matchos tho exquisite, exalted bouquot and flavor of Miami that carries tho proud Isr.ol Kosher trado markl If vm and ISRAEL KOSHER... Get What You Demand! "J^bi Mayer Abramowitz, convention chairman, outlines j>kms oi the Convention oi the Association of Florida State abbis which will be held on May 24th and 25th, at Miami %  *ch. Left to right are Rabbis Moses Mescheloff, P*ident the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami; Jacob H. *aplan, president of the Association of Florida Rabbis; ana H bbi Morris Skop. of the Convention Arrangement Committee. Uj Israel National Kosher Sausage Co., Inc 230 N.W. 5th STREET MIAMI Phone. 3-0721 3-4225



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piY. APRIL 3, 1953 __ Library Offers orida Author Night £ Miami Public Library will Ct men who write about and __ actively with the birds and %  types of wild life on the Apnl l^rogram of its Florida Author ,ht series. The speakers will n.niel B. Beard. Superintend i of the Everglades National J k and Robert P. Allen, author The Flame Birds. The purpose of this series of Lhor Nights, which beginsjt tin o m, is t0 ac i uaint tne P***" hot this area, including winter luitors with the authors of the oks stories and articles they i it i s presented as a public Lice and free tickets are availL at the Main Library, 1 BisLme Boulevard and the branches, f Monday. April 6th. Ijird Sedar For foung Judaea Chapters The Ben Zvi Chapter of Senior Judaea will be the host to the four Icnior chapters of Young Judaea i Greater Miami at a third Sedar. larry J. Sonz, chairman of the fconist Youth Commission, joint Klucational agency of Hadassah n d the ZOA, made the announcement. 1 The Sedar will be held on Thursday, April 2nd. at the Hialeah-Miliiii Springs Jewish Community tenter, at 7:30 p.m. Working on he program are Jack Becker, tteve Kneapler, Dcena Serotta, jfilma Lyons, Ronald and Jery kskowitz. •Jewlstfktrkflar PAGE 5B Beach Apartment Group Calls Move "Unfair" called the move "the undemocratic and unfair aspect of such consolidation without referendum." The Miami Beach Apartment Association last week passed a resolution addressed to the Dadc County Legislative Delegation, urging submission of the question to the voters for approval or disapproval of a move to consolidate Miami with Dade County. In another resolution the association For the Sabbath and every occasion when only the best is good enough! Two of the judges on the committee for the Outstanding Man And Woman Of 1952 Award discuss the latest batch of nominations with Colonel Michael M. Isenberg, chairman. The trophy, symbolizing the award, is shown in the foreground and was donated by Joseph H. Lipton, president of the Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association. From left to right are Ralph Renick. news editor of WTVJ; Colonel Isenberg; and Mrs. Fred Ravlin, president of the Dade Federation of Women's Clubs. Nominations closed April 1ft. I WANT MY MILK Anderson Dies I Word has been received here of he death of Mrs. Maxwell AnderJon in New City, Rockland County, few York, on March 24th. PresInt at the funeral in New City here her parents, Mr. and Mrs. llbert Klein, now of Tampa, and formerly of Miami: her sister, Mrs. ,eo Axlrod; and a niece, Mrs. Al|in Click, both of Miami. /*WWV. 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liexwiisltUEIIiDSPidliiauD Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY • 27~Number 14 S. Plans No Change Policy, Wiley Says MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. APRIL 3. 1953 PRICE: TEN CENTS Celler OiHcusttes Immigration Hill WASHINGTON (JTA) — Representative Emanuel Celler of New York called at the White House this week to discuss the bill to be introduced by a bipartisan group of Representatives and Senators to ON (JTA) Reports of "some new change of policy" on the P.'k. Rpnublican Administration and the Republican Congress L„to Lrael and the Arab states are unjustified. Senator AlexP" J^TT !" an a ir enalors < fcSan of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, told Z'tL'oi '" Imm '" L*ders from communities throughout New England attending [England Emergency Conference for Israel, sponsored by the Tond drive. .ijor address on American-j the Middle East. Senator rged that officers of Isny be invited to the Unitfor training to help „ Israel's military ma„ called upon the Arab Tend their economic blockIsrael and to join in estabpeaceful cooperation to isible the dynamic devel1 of the entire Mediterranes of aggression among any of the states there." Stressing his conviction "Arab and Jew should and live in peace side by side," Senator Wiley urged that "the statesmanship of the West and the statesmanship of the East must After talking with the President. Rep. Celler said that Mr. Eisenhower expressed support for "some changes" but that he would go no further than that. Mr. Celler that outlined to the President the legist lation to be introduced which would implement the President's request as outlined in his State of L'nion message. If enacted, the new bill would find a solution to the present econ-1 make -drastic changes in adminisomic blockade by the Arab States against Israel. We do not intend to interfere as outsiders," he addtrative features" of the present Act, increase the annual overall immigration quota from 150,000 to traditional friendship of kited States for Israel reong and firm, as it does hen and all nations of good enator Wiley, a leading an on foreign affairs for enhower Administration, Conference at the Bradbtel here. Eisenhower Administradeeply aware," he said, nel is a bastion of freeof industrial, agricultural itrength for the MidIt is the policy of this ttration not only to hen Israel hut to add to the strength of the area, to s relations with all the peoI the Near East." pressing the hope "that rill be an increasing exI of military specialists with 1 Senator Wiley pointed out fJnited States foreign policy : as one of its principal obthe establishment of a East Defense Command. I why," he said, "there must irdinated military defensive ng, backed up by strong deforces. I emphasize 'debecause we certainly don't i see arms supplied for delever to be used for purposed, "but we are merely stating a 2 50,000 and provide temporary refact when we point out that the i icf for victims o[ overcrowding in blockade stifles economic growth, | Western Europe and escapees Continued on Ptp 5 A from Communism. I.srai'l's Foreign 3iinittter Outlinett tinniv Penee Conditions For Future Communists Voice Anti-Semitic Line UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (JTA) — Bitter attacks on the Zionist movement and on the State of Israel as alleged agents of American aggression against the countries of the Soviet bloc featured the unsuccessful Communist attempt this week to have the United Nations condemn the USA for allegedly financing espionage and subversion behind the Iron Curtain with Mutual Security Administration funds. The repetition from the forum of the UN Political Committee of the Communist anti-Jewish allegations brought forth blistering replies from Israel and the spokesmen of the free nations. Delegates of the six Arab States, however, gleefully welcomed the Communist attacks on Israel and the Jews and sought to reopen the whole Palestine question in discussion of the "Zionist conspiracy." All six abstained from voting on the Czechoslovak resolution, explaining that they supportled the Communist charges of the I conspiratorial and aggressive naj ture of "international Zionism." Only the five members of the Sov%  iet bloc voted for the resolution. Cztch Envoy Opens Attack The Jewish issue was injected early in the debate by Vaclaw David, Czechoslovak Foreign Minister, who described the Zionists as ments throw er states allied with them." The Czechoslovak and Polish spokesmen replied that at that time they would reply to what the former called the "lous and incendiary statements" of the "lady from Israel." Soviet delegate Andrei Gromyko, however, told the session that his Continued on Page 5 A Reparations Pact Welcomed In UN TEL AVIV (JTA) — The State of Israel is not ready to entertain any peace proposals that dot not assure two basic conditions, the full sovereignty of the state and no territorial changes, Israel Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett declared this weekend in the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Knesset. The Foreign Minister denied reports published in a London paper that peace proposals allegedly worked out by Dr. Ralph Bunche, Nobel Prize winner, and Gen. Mohammed Naguib, Egyptian Premier, had been submitted to the Israel Government. According to the published report, these proposals called on Israel to pay 120,000.000 pounds in j came under attack from Dr. Julreparations for confiscated Arab property and to cede a narrow strip i ius Katz-Suchy. himself a Jew, in the southern desert for a corridor linking Egyptian and Jordanian ] speaking for Poland, territory. Mr. Sharett will leave for the United States with a few days, it was learned here today. It is bclived that he will meet with President Eisenhower. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles and other high government officials. Among the matters to be discussed by Mr. Shar-' adopted by the governments of ett with US officials will be American assistance to the Jewish State. Czechoslovakia, the USSR and othUNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (JTA) — The hope that the German-Israel reparations pact would be "the beginning of good relations between Israel and the Federal Reeiepublic of Germany, in the interest in a conspiracy" to overj of peace and harmony between nathe Czechoslovak Governtions," was expressed by UN SecMrs. Myerson said that Israel would present before the General Assembly "the record of the policies of anti-Jewish incitement Zionist Isadora Call On President iany Finances .Is Oil Needs I AVIV (JTA) — ArrangeI under which sterling credits T West German Government |made available to the State 1*1 to finance its oil pur1 %  London under the Gertrael reparations agreement, |bwn extended to cover Isoil requirements for the I year, Dr. F. Shinnar, head (lsrael trade mission in Geri reported here today to the (advisory council on reparaI Problems. I Shinnar, who is to return to %  y shortly, also reported "nces had decreased on the r mar ket. Orders for most //a* materials which are to WUed within the coming already been prepared, "an, director of the reparPurchasing company, re%  Dr. Herbert Ferder. chair'u>e council, publicly voiced 1 all who had participated f JParations negotiations and T?.. to D 'Nahum Gold%  *a.rman of the Conference C" 1 Mater 'al Claims Aiainst ^ M „rrf leaders ol the American Zionist Council that the United President Etsenhower has -T^K feelings for Israel and the Arab states and will State. Government ha. tfy *• ^JV^ j^ Pictud here during their visit to UW it. best office to brmgcxboutp^ "JJ^^SYE Kenen. Washington Representative the White Houseon March 23rd are (hi£ ng^i Organization of America; Mrs. of the AZC;-Rabbi James G^Helle : **?£ h vice chairrna n. AZC; Louis Lipsky, chairSamuel W. Halprin. former Pres.denofHadassan %  ^^ 0rganization of America; man; Pre.ident Eisenhower; R^J^.^i/Rabbi Mordecai Kirshblum, president; MixRabbi Jerome Unger. Executive Director, AZC, ana lacbi Organization of America. ment. The Communist spokesman) retary Trygve Lie in connection was immediately challenged by, with the exchange here last week Golda Myerson, temporary head of | of the instruments of ratification the Israel delegation, who, in turn, I of the agreement between the two countries. The exchange took place at a formal ceremony in the office of the UN Legal Department. Israel was represented at the ceremony by Arthur Lourie, Consul General of Israel in New York and Deputy Representative of Israel to the United Nations. The Federal Republic of Germany was represented by Dr. Hans Riesser, German Consul General in New York and Deputy Permanent Observer to the Unjted Nations. Mr. Lourie made the following statement: "This is an occasion of great I solemnity. History cannot be | changed and nothing can expiate the anguish endured. But in the building of the world's future it Continued on Pag* 5 A Lehman Lauded On 75th Birthday NEW YORK (JTA) — Senator Herbert H. Lehman, who last Thursday celebrated his 75th birthday, was the recipient of many messages hailing his work both as as distinguished public servant and a leader in philanthropic causes. The New York Times, in an editorial reviewing his public record as Lieutenant Governor and Governor of New York State, director of UNRRA and United States Senator, declared: "To all that he has brought a keen intelligence, a humane spirit and an urgent sense of responsibility." The officers of the United Jewish Appeal and the members of the UJA national campaign cabinet paid their tribute to Senator Lehman in a resolution noting his "selfless devotion, vision and generosity." The UJA resolution, which also stressed his career in public life and in UNRRA, singled out his leadership in and concern with the Joint Distribution Committee and the UJA. .,



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APWL3; 1953 fiAaaStfi flgflfti* PAGE 5 A Off The Record By NATHAN ZIPRIN „ T.ll. Why H. Si Theodore R. McKeldin S recently received a W from a Christian constitAine why the Governor wu tXh .he Plight of ftTnd not with the fate of the %gees. am privileged to '[! t he Governor's reply, datKJLj, 4, 1953. available to the T through my column: wish to acknowledge your i£ in which you say: L .mazed at your reasoning Suing the Plight of Israel. so much because you chamI 0^ country but because you the 800,000 Arabs. One rie impression that you may |,oo close to the forest to see j trees-' mis subject interests me very E and I am glad to set forth Uews. Last year, as you know, sited the Near Bast and talked people on both sides of the „an that is to say. I learned Arab as well as the Jewish Dt of view. fYou express wonder at my jsing Israels need. First, let [indicate the role Israel is playI in a great humanitarian work, I shall later speak specifical|of the problem f the Arab refin which I am also interims you know, over 6,000.00 ish men, women and children murdered by Hitler in the diabolical mass exterminaprogram ever undertaken in history of mankind. Some few SSSSUB? Communisfs Voice Anti-Semitic Line homes have disclaimed all responsibility, whether on grounds of re ligion or blood or otherwise, to these unfortunates. "Of course, the sad situation of these people stirs compassion in our hearts. But their problem is not nearing solution because the ruling classes in Transjordan and the other Arab lands seemingly would rather use this unsolved problem as a political talking point than see it dealt with constructively. "The bitter tears of the Arab propagandists would be more impressive if they showed evidence Continued from Page 1 A is of the highest importance that i the principles of moral responsibility enshrined in this Agreement have received acknowledgment and are now entering the stage of implementation, Israel and the Jewish people will welcome the fact that the Federal Republic of Germany has now definitely undertaken this measure of recompense for the material losses in flitted by the Nazis. "We are meeting in the home of the United Nations, the free forum of a world yearning for peace and human dignity. It is in every way appropriate that we should be exchanging this Agreement in this In United Nation's Debate; Nations Reply of genuine interest in mitigating %  ft* Thc Un i le c d Nations 0r an the suffering of the victims of false leadership. "Again let me point out a contrast. Those Arabs who remained in Israel during the war and were loyal were not molested. In fact, only the other day I read an interesting story of the Juarish tribe of Arabs, who had lived in Israel and were among those induced to flee. They were persecuted by their fellow Arabs because of their known friendliness to thc Jews. Now they have returned to new homes which the Israeli Government has provided for them. "Arabs in Israel are treated as citizens and given equal rights. They hold office, some are members of the Parliament. As a Christian I was glad to make a pilgrimage to the town of Nazareth in Israel, which is inhabited almost exclusively by Arabs. I spoke to some of them. I found them happy with their Jewish neighbors Continued from Pag* 1 A delegation considered it "beneath its dignity" to reply to the charges. Mrs. Myerson told the assembly that the Czechoslovak charges that the Zionists were linked to sabotage movements in that country were "as absurd as they are slanderous." She noted that Mr. David had made only passing references in "most limited and most discreet terms" to the Slansky trial and to the alleged Zionist implication. A new element had been added to the conspiracy damages, she said by the inclusion of Zionists among those accused of trying to subvert and destroy the Government of Czechoslovakia as well as other states associated with it. The ization emerged from a great war fought for freedom and the protection of the rights of individuals z' i0 n is t" m ;" V ement was and peoples. It is the hope of us tion movcment of tne Jewish peoall that this vision will prevail." ple and as such had long receiv Dr. Ricsser declared: "The Gered the recognition of "the enlightman Government has made this I ene d world," she stressed. agreement in order to fulfill an inevasible moral obligation of the Germah people to Israel and the Jewish people." He recalled the statement of Chancellor Konrad Adenauer on submitting the agreement to the Bundestag (lower as their aim to smokescreen a new defeat suffered by American intelligence. The speech of the Israeli delegate belongs right in this campaign." Assail Anti-Semitism US Delegate Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., said he would not dwell on "the show trials" held in these countries, or on the persecution of Christians, Moslems and Jews, or on the persecution of non-Russian ethnic groups in thc Soviet Union. How long, he asked, was the Soviet Union going to "perpetuate vast and systematized oppression?" The world deserved a reply to this question, he asserted. Perhaps Mr. Vishinsky would bring "new word from the Kremlin." Sir uiaawyn Jebb, of Britain, pointed out that "one rather horrible new phenomenon" is now evident not only in Czechoslovakia but also in other countries behind the Iron Curtain. This, he said. house of the German Parliament) had made -flamboyant" charges The Czechoslovak Foreign Minister had made only passing references to the Slansky trial and to j s "the new undeniable oppresZionists as "elements in a conspirj s i on of Jews who are being made acy," Mrs. Myerson stated, but at | scapegoats for the frightful conthe home the Czechoslovak Govditions in the Communist states." ernment had been "less timid" and in which Mr. Adenauer had said: "We may hope that ratification of the agreement will lead to a new relationship between the German and the Jewish peoples as well as to a more normal relationship between the Federal Republic of Germany and the State of Israel. After all that has happened, we will have to be very patient, and we must ha v e confidence in the effect of our willingness to What could the West do about "these manifestations of hate and of "an international Jewish con[ fear?" asked Sir Gladwyn. Cerdred thousand who escaped his and their new government, which mak( VQQA and flst but not I were given asylum by differ; countries, including the Urrit| States, but the little nation of received more than 400,000 upean Jews which is more than i total who were admitted to all ler lands together. To the ecmic dificultie.that afflicted a |DT country struggling to be born 5 added the burden of receiving nit 300,000 of sick and destirefugees who were expelled i Arab lands A population of wt 700.000 was thus increased 1.400.000 in a matter of four %  t Israel thus has performed still performs at great sacriI a humanitarian task in which whole world has a responsibill. As a Christian I have considerlita privilege to speak out for j cause. ["Enormously aggravating the i economic problem of Israel is i (act that when it declared its Impendence, with the consent of United Nations, her seven li neighbors, with a population •bout forty millions, invaded borders. The attack was rean armistice was declared, peace has not yet been conMed because thc Arab nations (fuse to negotiate with Israel. [This war of the Arab States anst Israel, followed by their pborn refusal to come to terms P her, is at the root of the refugee problem which you tttion. "Did you know that these Arabs not driven out by the 1s*hs? The indisputable historic that the Arab leaders in neighbor nations urged .the in Israel to leave their s In great numbers they left lu >e assurance that the invading u i would soon drive the Jews 5 the sea and those who had !" krael would then return to nd possess the land. Those P *ere reluctant to leave the \ | where they had dwelt at with their Jewish neighbors threatened, and violence was ,.„.against lhem by the political m of the Arab nations. ^ategy misfired. When, EC £* odds, the war went tad ,L ,nvad *. ihese people !" ...T mselves in Transjordan homes and without means mESX*: Thc leade *ho had % %  *l them to leave their they told me accords them rights ^ jn the hea ,. power of and opportunities they never knew „ before. | "In the Arab lands, on the other j --.. „ ., hands. Jews have been robbed, dis-' It %  !*>' .^.Ulk4*U1.4 % &f spiracy involving the Zionist organization. Jewish relief agencies, prominent Jews in various countries and even the State of Israel itself. Pol* Hits JDC In his reply. Dr. Katz-Suchy denounced Zionist organizations, the Joint Distribution Committee and possessed and killed. It has ap-1 T\ fllAllfigC For IS parently never occurred to the • ffgn. __.„.. F?5:T Arab nations that some of these I I ^J refugees might be settled in the homes from which Jews had been driven, instead of insisting upon Israel taking them back. "Something should be done, I agree. For some time I have been saying to audiences of Christians as well as Jews that thc greatest service our country can perform for the people of the Near East is to insist with friendly firmness that the Arabs make peace with Israel. Then the United States could and should help both to develop their production and commerce. By strengthening them and tainly it must not itself give vent to hate and fear, or itself deny freedom of thought. And it must not fail to provide for its own security. It should go on making flear to the Communist governments that, in thc absence of aggression on their part, they were not going to be attacked by anythc IsraeTdelegation at the" United b ody Perhaps in timc this truth Nations. In the course of a long ^\x\A dawn on them. In the speech he charged the United meantime, said Sir Gladwyn. the States with organizing and financ"tree world" had to remain "strong, resolute and calm." Canada's representative, David Johnson, spoke of the religious persecutions behind the Iron Curtain and called them a "disturbing aspect" of Soviet policy. Mr. establishing the stability of that than $160,000,000 in Israel Bonds. ing espionage activities in Poland. The United States, always seeking "new paths and new people to replace agents already compromised," had used for espionage purposes all possible organizations I and associations which, because of j Johnson expressed the fear that Continued from rage A {hejr inlernational charac ter, had these persecutions were spreading and causes stagnation throughout' been able to penetrate the peoples' to minorities within the Communan area where there should be dy-1 democracies, said Dr. Katz-Suchy. namic advance to catch up after | "The recent trial of traitors to the centuries of relative inertia." Sen. Wiley stressed the vital role ist>states — and by that it is taken for granted here he meant Jewish minorities. Mr. Gromyko termed the chargCzcchoslovak nation in Prague, as well as other similar incidents, Of Israel Bond funds in speeding j have exposed new channels of es by the American delegate a economic development. criminal activities of the Amen"concoction of falsifications." Israel's "The Israel Bond Issue is of critical importance," the Wisconsin Senator said. "It must be successful if Israel is to survive. It is a credit to our nation that, as of today, a half million American Christians and Jews have purchased more region the peace of the world will be made more secure. But no gain, political or humanitarian can come from agitating for the return of these people to overwhelm the small nation which must continue on a war basis under constant fear of a renewal of violence. What nation would ignore considerations of security and receive a hostile clement of such magnitude? "The solution of this problem, of which I assure you I am keenlyaware, and of a myriad others, lies along the path of peace. If the Arab countries will not oppose peace but work for it, this would be the most constructive course for all concerned. The refugee problem should, and I am sure would, receive attention in that context. It has also offered to receive a considerable portion of the 520,000 (not 800,000) Arab refu gees. The representative of Israel has proposed that, as this is an international problem, it is the concern of the United Nations, and Israel has offered to contribute millions of dollars from its own hard-pressed treasury to alleviate and ultimately to solve this human problem. "Indeed. I may add, that the plain people in Transjordan with whom I spoke, are perhaps wiser than their leaders; I found them eager to conclude a permanent peace with Israel." This campaign has a tremendous objective — to assure financial independence for Israel." can intelligence service," he went US representative, he said had "discoursed" on the persecution ot They consisted of Zionist orethnical groups in the USSR, inganizations. among them the most eluding the Jews, for "opportun istic" reasons. "The Soviet delegations considers it beneath its dignity to dwell on this slander," he declared. Mr. David in his final statement. active being the American Joint Distribution Committee. The loss of this channel provoked a new campaign of lies and slanders against the countries of the popular democracies and against the i asserted that the Slansky trial in Soviet Union. Those slanders have, Prague had "disclosed an all time low in the shamefulness and hypocrisy of the conspiratorial gang headed by Slansky." Stating that there was a "new network of treason" set up in the Communist states, he charged that "this network was Zionism." After the establishment of Israel, he said, "the key antenna of the America espionage organization" was provided by Zionism. He charged the Zionists with "squeezing all possible capital from the horrors of Auschwitz and Maidenek." Henry Happenot of France saw "the hideous spectre of anti-Semitism" behind the Slansky trial in Czechoslovakia. Mrs. Myerson Replys Mrs. Myerson replying, termed his speech "a callous insult to the Jewish victims" of the last war. i She said his speech would arouse the indignation of the world. The Israel Minister told the UN Mrs. Golda Myerson farad-. Minister of Labor examines a AgTheT^ 'echoes !" bronze head oi herself, sculptured by the late Jo Davidson, a ^ defamation of thc Jews lrom the Israel Exposition in New York, sponsored by the state ot ^ Ups of a Czechoslovak repreIsrael Bond drive, while Haya Tarnar (left), a hostess at the senUtive She called Mr. David's Exposition, looks on. Mrs. Myerson arrived in the United re f er e nC e S to Israel "slanderous) States this week to serve as Israel's Chief Delegate to the and insulting" and asserted that United Nations American Jewish communities throughout his contention that Israel was the the country are now engaged in an intensive one-month cam. I key antenna of Zionist conspiracy" rxiian to convert into cash sales all outstanding committments |was a repetition of the main theme to purchase State of farael Independence Bonds. I of the "grotesque Prague trUL ...



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PAGE 6 A vJewisti fhrldian Tobie Jacobskind Wed To .Ion Xathanson, Couple To Make Home In Biddeford, Maine Mr. and Mrs. Jon. A. Nathanson, whose marriage was solemnized on March 22nd under a bower of canopy and flowers in an all ice-blue and white wedding, are now making their home in Biddeford. Maine. The ceremony and buffet dinner was held at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, with Rabbi Simon April officiating. The bride is the former Miss Tobie Jacobskind. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobskind, of 1765 SW 16th Terrace, Miami. Her traditional white gown was fashioned in all nylon tulle over satin with Florentine lace. The bodice pink carnation cascades. The bride's mother selected a blue-grey dinner gown of crepe with rhinestones delicately set into the belt with illusion neckline and all-over buckle. Mrs. Sarah Nathanson. the groom's mother, who resides in lace had long porine-to-hand sleeves. The cloud-like skirt, all (iloria Torem Weds Melvin Muroff In Candlelight Ceremony March 9R.K On March 28th at the Monte ^ l Maiden. Mass.. wore a blue nylon net gown trimmed with insets of lace and accordi.in pleating. Both mothers completed their ensembles with long white gloves and wore orchids. The groom, whose father was the late Rabbi Morris Nathanson, of Biddeford and Maiden, was attended by Mr. Bernard Osher. of Biddeford. his best man Mr Sam 'Carole S Engagement Samuel Carole Janice Wat Mr. And Mrs. Wax Announce Daughter Cohen, of Biddeford. also a lifelong friend of the groom, served as the groom's mother's attendant. Ushers were Mr. Barney Jacobskind, the bride's brother. Mr. Arthur Pearl. Mr. Seymour Gladstone and Mr Paul Daich. Master Frank Gladstone carried a white satin heart-shaped pillow adorned with tiny tea roses, bearing the ring. Miss Doris Weinstein attended the guest book, and Miss Isabel Schaffer accompanied the procesMr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Wax. 8521 Harding Avenue, Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter. Carole Janice. Carlo Hotel, Miami Beach, in a double ring candlelight ceremony, Miss Gloria Torem, uaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Torem, of 905 Fairway Drive, Normandy Isle, was united in Marriage to Mr. Melvin I. Muroff, son of Mrs. Joseph Muroff, of Brookline, Mass., and Bay Harbor Island, Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiated. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. Walter Muroff was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Edith Cohen and Miss Doris Weinstein, sorority sisters of the bride. Mr. Walter Muroff. brother of the groom, was best man. Ushers included Mr. Milton Torem, brother of the bride, from Levittown, Long Island, and Mr. Lawrence Small, of Brooklyn. Melinda Torem, nipce of the bride, and Jo Ann Muroff, the groom's niece, were flower girls. Miss Lenore Korman, cousin of the groom, was soloist. The bride selected a gown fashioned of imported hand-clipped to Mr. Charles B. Sonneborn. son i chantiily lace over silk taffeta. The of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sonneborn. Washington, D.C. The couple are both students at the University of Florida and following their summer wedding will their studies. Miss Wax. a sophomore, is a sional on the Organ. The bride's member of Alpha Epsilon Phi; her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rappaport. and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobskind. completed the bridal party. fiance Ls vice president of Pi Lambda Phi. Mr. Sonneborn is majoring in agriculture and is at present a junior at the University. strapless bodice was highlighted with an all lace gotham jacket with EIizaI>ethian wire collar, sequin trim. The bouffant skirt, designed in tiers of imported lace remain in Gainesville to complete n net. was in the waltz length. Her imported illusion veil was attached to a jeweled tiara. She carried a white Bible with cattleyee white orchids. The matron of honor selected bamboo pink silk organiza over taffeta, fashioned with a pleated bodice, bouffant skirt, hand appli-iued with an all over design of Mrs. Jon Nathanson tulle, was highlighted with inserts of the lace which formed an overall flounce falling into a Cathedral length train. Her custom made headpiece of satin with applique of wired lace and dew drop sequins, had three tiered French silk illusion veiling. She carried a Mother-ofPearl Bridal Bible adorned with white orchids and stephanotis. Her two attendants. Mrs. Seymour Gladstone, matron-of-honor, and her sister. Miss Lorraine Jacobskind. maid-ofhonor, wore formal floor length gowns of white nylon net over ice-blue taffeta. The fitted bodices were of white lace over the taffeta. They carried Juan Nevel Weds Alfred Finkelstein In Sunday Rites; Couple To Reside Here Sunday. March 22nd, was the date chosen by Miss Jean Nevel daughter of Mr and Mrs. Harry Nevel. 2362 SW 26th Lane, for hcj 5 !" J h >' 1)rul Phaleanos spray ormarriage to Alfred A. Finkelstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Finkelstein, 1387 SW 22nd Terrace. Rabbi Irving H. Lehrman officiated at the noon ceremony in the Trocadero. The Rudy Baum Trio played the traditional weddings songs. Best man was Corporal of the Air Youngsters Invited To Third Sedar At Flagler-Granada Fathers and sons of the Flagler-1 adero Force Samuel B. Nevel, brother of the bride. For her wedding, the bride chose a gown of white chantiily lace, with full, waltz-length skirt, capsleeves and V neck ending in a calla collar. Her veil of French illusion was held in place by a lace coronet. Elbow-length mittens of matching lace completed her ensemble. She carried a white satin Bible decorated with starlight roses and showered with white carnations and stephanotis. Matron of honor was Mrs. Abe Shavin. sister of the bride, who came from Chattanooga, Tennessee, for the occasion. She wore a steel blue silk faille ballerina with beaded design and white orchid corsage. Mrs. Harry Nevel. mother of the bride, chose powder blue lace and white orchid corsage. Mrs. Sam Finkelstein, mother of the groom. Mrs. Talianoff Huli Luncheon In Hond Of Mrs. Einiger Mrs. George .1 TatiaiNll ten ed a luncheon in honor it gilt leaves and scattered rhine-1 sister, Mrs. Ernest Einigcr. c!! stor.es. She earned a lace fan. de, York City, at the Shelborne I signed by the bride, with shaded Jast wcek pink hybrid phaleanos spray orchids Among guestpresent were I Mrs. Meftr.n I. Muroff Caribbean and will make residence after May 1st at 933JJ Bay Harbor Drive, Bay Island. The bride-maids were dressed Mesdames Lewis Loeb. Irving I in identical gows of pal aqua tulle | ter, Maxwell Sayett, Bert W; wore royal blue antique taffeta and white orchid corsage. A wedding dinner at the Troc-1 bride chose a navy and white twofollowed the ceremony. | piece linen ensemble with red Granada Jewish Community (* I ^fSSX TS**El l"—?" d !" ~ ter will celebrate the Passover hoiJ wer e executed bv the Blackstone '< S age Upon com P'etion of a honiday Friday night, April 3rd. with Flower Shops. Among the out of-! eymoon trip by motor through the Mw£lS2 1, K C T"M town C,,ests wcre Mr and Mrs. 1 state, the newlyweds Place. All boys between Alfred Block, sister and brother-. at seventeen,' in-law of the bride, from Balti more. Maryland: Sam Nevers. un' over taffeta, fashioned in tiers of the tulle. They wore stoles of matching tulle and carried fans similar to that of the matron of honor. The bride, a graduate of Miami High School, received her BS degree from New York University. She was Dean of Alpha Epsilon Sorority and treasurer of the Judson Council. She is an active member of the Miami Alumni Association of Alpha Epsilon Phi. Mr. Muroff received his BA degree from Union College, his Masters degree from Columbia Uniion and Irving Lehrman. versity and his Law degree from the University of Miami. He was a member of Kappa Nu Fraternity, Phi Beta Kappa Honorary Society, and secretary of the Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce. He is now practicing law on Miami Beach. A reception and dinner followed the ceremony at the Monte Carlo Hotel. The couple left immediately for an extended tour of the Ben Rodins. B. I. Binder. Pbi Sagon. Julie Rosenfield, Lou Spi tor, Sidney Gruber, Barney Ha Michael Kratze. Ben Grenald. I liam Iver, Edward Robbins,: Kaplan, Mark Stern, George I berg, Ben Z. Ginsburg. The Mesdames Judy Jaffee. I ing Rothman, Murray Rothn Sam Nudelman. Sam Wolff, mour Weiss, Ben Salzman. I Carner, D. Finkel. Simon Rutfl Reggie Friedman. Max Weitt I ing Marcus, Sol Herman, Staff, Yetta Moskowitz, Jerry I Kadimah Chapter Me The Kadimah Chapter ol eer Women will hold its meeting on April 9th. at the 1 ami Hebrew School and Con gation. The theme of the will be, Women In Israel. Murachnick will he guest speH A program, followed by reto ments, will conclude the merti Tots About Town... the ages of nine and and their dads, have been invited will reside 720 SW 7th Street, Miami, where Mr. Finkelstein is with the to participate in this event, which c Ie of the bride, from Chicago; i f irm of Webcr Thompson & Lef will begin at 7:30 p.m. and Max Rose materna | grand ; court, certified public accountants A joint committee of fathers and sons has arranged a program which will begin with a brief Friday service, to be followed by a puppet show depicting the story of Passover, and a quiz program based on the script of the dramatic presentation. Community singing and refreshments will complete the program. The Father and Son Program Committee includes Sheldon Rosenthal, chairman: Mr. Edward Mehler, Mr. Alfred Altman, Mr. Berry Clein, Mr. Obie Rosenthal, Danny Mehler, Robert Altman, Dick Clein, Freddie Bernard and Buddy Bernard. Harry L. Shamis, area supervisor, acted as advisor to the committee. grand father of the bride. The bride is a graduate of Tuly High School, Chicago, attended Herzl Junior College there and the University of Miami. She is first vice president of the Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah and a member of the staff of Barnetts Int. The groom is a graduate of MidWest Miami Center Holds Model Sedar children of the West Miami Jewish Center Religious School held their model Seder Sunday morning at the Center Rabbi Alwood~ High School? Brook!vn! New f rcd Waxman explained the Seder York, and attended Hamilton colprocedure and w a assisted by lege. the NYU School of Enginchildren of the school eering and graduated from NYi:| The committee in charge of the Washington Square College with affair included Mrs Jennie Veil a BA degree. During World War ler, Mrs. BecJde Harris. MrsAlice II. he was with the Army Signal Newmark. Mrs. S Berlin Mrs J S'JRE WE'RE INTERESTED • • Barbara and Howard Segal, child SEAT ""g-^ !" BT-^X? r £ For her going away costume, the ^H^^ 1 J ~ "*'** %  ( North *>* Road !" ** I willingness to coop3rate. ON SECOND THOUGHT > IS FUNNY... agree Fo^ Louto Cohen, children, of and Mrs. WoIIie Cohen, Royal Palm Avenue. 1 Baby ri> 10 M 1



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y APRIL 3, 1953_ -JewtstrhrkHnn PAGE 11 B IfGAL NOTICE r-^rc TO CREDITORS [NOTICE JUD0E8 COURT Kn C FOR DADE COUNTY, L'pA. IN PROBATE. No. 299WA K K'nV'il'l'oKMAN, Deceased %  ,,. ma All Persons Hav%  ^.IrPeraanaa Against Said P^ i i.li of you, are hereby l"'/!!mi required to present any V** demands which you or r 5 nn imiv have against the Fi y 8ARAH '>' A OI.1CKMAN, "' 'i I,;.',.•! %  i'-" 1 '<'"<"><> %  • | 1 '"...r Honorable County Judges L r-nunty. and le tne Bame |" !..-'in the County CourtS. Dade ( ounty. Florida, wlthJ.", Sleno" months from the J" t !' „„, publication hereof. <*.,", ,„ demanda to contain JS'Tddre-s of the claimant and JtTin* 1" be barred. %  •fiTHANIUL OLICKMAN ;,; \,iiiiliil8trator of the SRA'H 0 IDA ULICKMAN, %  JW Deceased. I^v t HtlKDMAN EJiy for Administrator aWlCE UNDER FICTITIOUS f 0T NAME LAW l, T|( | .; is HEREBY CilVEN that Tumk-rsigncd. desiring to engage In P ondei the Ik -litlou njme of lMliAKI> STEEL SALES CO. iv-I ill or, Lincoln Road, Bead), Kla Intends to register ,„ a „„. with the Clerk of the ClrOiurt "' l>de County. Florida. RALPH HANDEI.MAN huKI. M. ISENBEM [.,., for Applicant i;. aj-ne Bldg. \i-ii-u %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW loTK'K IS HEREBY C.iyEN that underslgn-d, desiring to engage in J.,,,.. under the flrtlilous name of I\ii-.-llif:i: APARTMENTS, at XM-3'ivnnsvlvanla Avenue, MlItem h, Florida, intend to register I name with the Clerk of the ClrI Omit n( l>.nle County, Morlda. WOLI E MENDELZYS MIRIAM .MK.VHEI.ZY3 ALBERT FRANK ESTHER FRANK Ll.lAM I I'.KK.VN'KR Trnev for I'artleB flt-17-H LEGAL NOTICE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 27206-B RE: ESTATE OF LENA SMITH. Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administratrix of the estate of LENA SMITH, deceased; and that on the 13th day of April, 1953. I will apply to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administratrix of the ESTATE OF LENA SMITH, deceased. This th day of March, 1953. ANNE SATIN. Administratrix of the Estate of I.KNA SMITH. Deceased TURK & NEWMAN Attorneys for Anne Satin I2D Lincoln ltd.. Miami licach, Fla. 3/13-20-27 — 4/3 LEGAL NOTICE INOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW nTH'K IS HEREBY GIVEN that p I, desiring to engage In l mdi r the fictitious name of KvKK.WK ENTERPRISES, at 9270 I Bai Harbol Drive, Hay Harbor I:.,i. Bade County, Florida, Intends. { name with the dork Circuit Court of Dade County, I I.WVIIK.VK .1. SCHLOSBERG Sola i iwnar I 3-1(1-17 INOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW tOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN that undersigned, desiring to engage In liness under the fictitious name ot KEDI APARTMENTS, at 740-2-4 lllcl Avenue, Miami Reach, Florida, fcnds to register said name with the Irk of the Circuit Court of Dade lintv, Florida. IAN ME KOI'EL B31NER a sriKI.KR nrneys for Applicant Roper Building. Miami, Fla. •10 -17-14 INOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I undersigned, desiring to engage in Wiess under the fictitious name of MOMMSEN VITALITY MAS! CENTER, at 160 Westward Miami Springs, Morlda, Intend I said name with the Clerk litre Circuit Court of Dade County, KARL MoMMSEN VIBtilNIA MOMMSEN |R\ XI. FABER Maty for \pplicanta i — 4/1-10-17 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 28072-B RE: ESTATE OF IRVING O. KOLBY, Peceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE In hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executrix of the estate of IRVING G. KOBI.EY, deceased; and that on the 10th day of April, 19...1, will apply to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Executrix of the Estate of IRVING G. KOB1.EY, deceased. 'This 11th day of March, 1953. MIRIAM KOBLKY MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Executrix 1/13-20-27 — 4/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of JACK'S TAVERN SNACK BAR, at 2108 S.W. 57th Avenue, Miami, Intend to register raid name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACK ALBAGI.I ALICE B. ALBAGI.I STEPHEN KB88L.BR, Attorney 4 S.W. 22nd Ave. J/13-20-27 — 4/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS Iv !" NAME LAW |0TICK is HEREBY GIVEN that f undersigned, desiring to engage In ESS. 1 "" 1 '' 1 ,htB'tltlous name of if.RMA.N lid.ME I.ACNDRIES %  ".CLEANERS, at 4005 b'W Sth fen. Miami. Ha.. Intends to reglsald name with the Clerk of the 'nit court of Dade County, Florida. MACR1CE M. KAFKIN Sole Owner L~ 4/3-10-1? NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS -•—.„.„ NAME LAW fc^IS E ls HEREBY GIVEN that %  u ndersigned, desiring to engage In ntM.^'' 1 ,ne fictitious name of totS&S' 3071 8W 37tB Avenue, C !" 'J3? r,d "'"tend to register said tut S ii 'i he Clw "' tb Circuit |Wt of Bade County, Florida. DAVE DOBBY emu... '" D TUCK K'J" Tuck ^•n l/3-lu NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS km-w. NA ME LAW "unL S | ,Klt FBY GIVEN that sini, 1: ',"" 1 "firing to engage In JH* under the flctUloua name of ml R EALTT, at 201-219 South Wda ,,V""V Mia, "i. Dade County. h th. • %  ".'' '" ,e *lter said name MORRIS lioNIGBAUM [ %  '["I-A. lioNIGBAUM LERYL MORRISON ANNIE MORRISON >R.\EI. 8TEINHAUM IITITL, ,: S E STEINBAUM K Kci1 AND KAI.1SH 1 Owner* %  I :: io "OTICE UNDER FICTITIOTJS '"THNAME LAW III.REHY !ne,v' irlng.to engage in lAI. i• '•','•' !''." f l'"'lo„s nirne of Slii \ K i ; L' AClES, at 1747 *I.M -J" MUmi Intends to 'me with the Clerk of kridjt. "" "i"t of Dade County, KPlIl'v Sl ,.' a JL8HARPSTEEN li£ A >'I'hc fc-n "? Av VL.Ior Applicant 4/3-10 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 157510 JOHN LEE GRANT and AGARTHA ELOISK GRANT, his wife. Plain tiffs, vs. DORA GARV1N and GARVIN, her husband, Defendants. NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: I1>RA GARVIN. If living, and GARVIN. her husband. If living, whose residences are unknown; ALL UNKNOWN heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors or other parties claiming by, through, under or against DORA GARVIN, not known to be dead or alive; AND ALSO 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; AND ALSO all 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 nnd being In Dade County. Florida, and more particularly described as follows: Lots 35 and 3fi. in Block 9. of DIXIE HEIGHTS GARDENS, according to the Plat thereof, recorded In Plat Book 21 at Page 32 of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida. YOU AND EACH OF YOU are hereby notified that a suit hus been filed n the above named Court, by the plaintiffs above namej. for the purIKjse of quieting title of the plaintiffs, In and to the property involved hereInabove described. Till' ARE HEREBY ORDERED AND REQUIRED to file your Appearance In said suit on or before the 10th lay of April. 1953, and In default of such Appearance, a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you and each of you. .... This Order to be published once a week for four (4) consecutive weeks In The. Jewish Florldlan. a Newspaper published In Dnde County. Florida. DONE AND ORDERED at the Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, this 10th day of March. 153. K. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court By M. O. GREEN. (Seal) Deputy Clerk BEN ES8BN Attorney for Plaintiffs 122 Seynold Bldg.. Miami, Fla. 3/13-20-27 — 4/3 ^^^^^ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ''TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No 1577 ISIDORE WEISER. Plaintiff, vs. SOPHIE WEISER, Defendant ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: SOPHIE WEISER 1710 Hull Avenue Bronx. New York You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your AnsW .. er l .?.. the Bi of Complaint on Plaintiffs attorney and file the original Answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 18th day of April. 1953; otherwise, the allegations of said Bill of I'oinplalnt will be taken as confessed against you. Dated this 17th day of March. 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of Circuit Court By R. H. RICE, JR. I Seal) Deputy Clerk GEORGE J. TALIANOFF, ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida 3/20-27 — 473-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the iictulous name m TAYLOR MADE HOMES, at 671S Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACK TAYLOR SWEET ft WOLF Attorneys for Applicant 1102 Security Bldg. I it :?7 — 4/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to ergage in buslnssa under the fictitious name of CHICAGO GUEST HOUSE, at 927 Jefferson Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BESSIE SMITH LEGAL NOTICE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 28363-B RE: ESTATE OV LUCAS W. SIEFKER, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administratrix of the estate of LUCAS W. b'lEFKER, deceased; and that on the 19th day ol April. 1953, will apply to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County. Morlda, for approval of said final report and for ttnal discharge as Administratrix of the Estate of LUCAS W. SIEFKBR, deceased. This 9th day of March, 1953. MARIE HUMES SIEFKER, Administratrix of the Estate of LUCAS W. SIEFKER. deceased I. R. MAYERS Attorney for Administratrix 3/13-20-27 — 4/3 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 2M54-B RE: ESTATE OF BENJAMIN FRANK, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executrix of the estate of BENJAMIN FRANK, deceased; and that on the 20th day of April, 1953, will apply to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final re|>ort and for final discharge as Executrix of the Kstate of BENJAMIN FRANK, deceased. This 17th day of March, 1953. SARAH FRANK MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Executrix 3/20-27 — 4/3-10 tn 'ay of April. l!'-3. „• here Ise. a Decree % %  ,, Cohfesso will be entered agSHisI V Thls notice shall be published once each week for four cic •,\, ,Yv U ,n r^gn B M!?m.. F F5ai. U t& It. day of starch. ^\ KATHfMUAS Clerk, Circuit Court By: WM W STOCKING. I>epntv Clerk PALLOTT. SILVER MULLOY Attorneys for Plaintiff 804Ingrahairi Building *n4Ingrain.... NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In buslnssa under the fictitious name of THE BEAUTY NOOK, at 116117 B.W. 7th Ave., Miami, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BETTY JOHNSON RUTH L. HOLDEN 3/27 — 4/3-10-17 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 157989 LILLIAN FALANGA COREA. Plaintiff vs. FORTCNATO COREA, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: FORTCNATO COREA, c/o Yacup, 102 Mercer Street, Jersey City, New Jersey You are required to serve a copy of the Answer to the BUI of Complaint upon the plaintiff's attorney, MORTON Id/I'll EN BERG, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Florida, and file the original In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before April 27th, 1953: otherwise, said BUI will lie taken as confessed by you. Dated this 25th day of March, AD. 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court By It. H. RICE, JR. (Seal) Deputy Clerk 3/27 — 4/3-10-17 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 157995 MAY ZINKIEWITZ, Plaintiff WALTER JOHN ZINKIEWITZ Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: WALTER JOHN ZINKIEWITZ You are hereby notified that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. STEPHEN F. KESSLER, 4 S.W. 22nd Avenue, Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 30th day of April, 1963. If you fail to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against Eou for the relief demanded In the ill of Complaint ., This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In TrtK JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 25th Bay of March. A.D. E. B. LEATHBRMAH, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida By M. C. GREEN (Circuit Court Seal) Deuu'.y Clerk STEPHEN F. KESSLER Attorney for Plaintiff 4 S.W. 2tnd Avenue. Miami. Florida 3/27 — 4/S-10-17 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THl 1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 16717 SOPHIE SAMUELS aO LDB {? la ft tl „, MOE GOLDBERG. Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: MOE GI iLDBERG 2:!2 E Sth Street New York City. New York You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you nnd you are hereby required to serve a copy of your Answer to the BUI of r""'lMM on Plaintiffs attorney and file the original Answer In the office of the Clerk <>f the Circuit Court on or before the L'lrd day of April. 1WS otherKisV th* allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed Clerk of Circuit Court By R H RICE, JR. Deputy Clerk (seal) GEORGE J. TALIANOFF, ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Itoail, Miami B*cfc, Florraa. 3/27 4/S-18-17 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 157774 RICHARD J. TARRANT, Plaintiff, vs. ANNA GUINAN TARRANT, Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: ANNA GUINAN TARRANT 169 Lorraine Avenue Montclalr, New Jersey YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your answer or pleading to tho Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's attorney, HERBERT H. HUTNER. 520 Olympla Building, Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 18th day of April, 1953. If you fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you. DATED, March 18th. 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court Dade County. Florida By M. C. GREEN (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk 3/20-27 — 4/3-10 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 157620 ERNEST W. RIESE, Plaintiff vs. GERDA RIESE, Defendant. YOU. GERDA RIESE, are hereby notified to file your defensive pleadings to this suit with this Court's Clerk, and serve a copy on Plaintiff's attorneys, HUTNER ft HUTNER, Olympia Bldg.. Miami, Fla., on or before April 15, 19*3, else the Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. Dated: Mar. 12. 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court (Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. 3/20-27 — 4/3-10 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 157730 FLORENCE ROSE BRAYTON. Plaintiff, ALOYSIUS ROBERT BRAYTON, Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: AI.OYSII'S ROBERT BRAYTON 1212 Taylor Avenue Bronx, New York You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint on Plaintiffs attorney and file the original Answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before the 16th day of April, 1953; otherwise, the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Dated this 17th day of March. 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of Circuit Court By R. H. RICE. -ftR. (Seal) Deputy Clerk GEORGE J. TALIANOFF, ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 3/20-27 — 4/3-10 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 157724 EDWARD B. DIAMOND, Plaintiff vs. ROSE DIAMOND, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ROSE DIAMOND 353 Cypress Avenue Bronx 54, New York YOU are hereby required to serve a i "py of your Answer to the Bill of %  'omplalnt for Divorce on Plaintiff's Attorney, and to file Original Answer in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before the 17th dav of April, 1953; otherwise, the Bill of Complaint heretofore filed wiU be taken as confessed by you. DATED at Miami, Florida, this 17th day of March. 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court Dade County, Florida By: WM. W. STOCKING Deputy Clerk Name and address of Plaintiffs Attorney: NORMAN R. LYONS 910-12 Olympla Building Miami. Florida 3/20-27 — 4/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in buslnssa under the fictitious name of PRECISION SHEET METAL WORKS at 1361 N. Miami Avenue, Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. PHILIP TASHMAN CHERTKO* & KALISH Attorneys for Applicant Olympla Bldg. 3 JO-rj — 4/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of WEI.VIUCH'S BAKERY AND OVEN BAKE SHOP, at 241S Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Coral Gables. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. VICTOR REISS OTTO BOCKL1 Owners ft Co-Partners MYERS. HEIMAN ft KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants Seybold Bldg. 3/13-20-27 — 4/S IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORJOA. IN CHANCERY. Ns. 157f1 CECILIA MORALES. Plaintiff TS. JERRY MORALE8, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: JERRY MORALES, c/o Buccola 1980 W. Hth Street Brooklyn, New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a BUI Of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you In the above entitled cause and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorneys, and file the original In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 23rd day of April. 1953, otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. ..... This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 23rd day of March, 1953. X K. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of Circuit Court BY: WM. W. STOCKING Deputy Clerk PAI.I.OT. SILVER & MULLOY Attorneys for Plaintiff 701 Congress Building. Miami. Florida 3/27 — 4/3-10-17 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 157761 STEPHEN J. VENEZIA, Plaintiff EMIL j'. KAS-EMETZ, Defendant, et als NOTICE TO APPEAR TO: Emll J. Kasemetz, and If married, his unknown wife Kasemetz; all parties claiming interest by, through, under or against Emil J. Kasemetz and his unknown wife, all parties having or claiming to have any right, title or Interest in the following describLot'20 Block 191. Ida M. Stebbins Subdivision. Plat Book 9. page 185. of the public records of Dade County, Florida: all of the above persons If alive, and If dead, to their unknown heirs, devisees, legatees or grantees. • You and each of you are hereby notified that a suit has been filed In the above named court by the plaintirr for the purpose of quieting title of the plaintiff In the above described property: and you and each of you are required to serve a copy of your answer to the bill of complaint on the plalntlfrs a," < > r ne >'D Fr de, i i,l„ l Barad. 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach Florida, and file the original in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor'da on or before the 17th day of April. 19o3. otherwise a decree pro eonfesso win be entered against you. Dated the E .S,h day # & cierk of Said Court By R. H. RICE. JR. 1 Seal) Deputy Clerk FREDERICK *. BARAD Attorney for Plaintirf 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida 3/20-27 — 4/3-10 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Ths Jswlsli Florldlan •Bete youx lstjcd notics*. Ws q p K wcki tw your patronag* end auartmM accuratw Sswrlc* at IsKjal rates. Phonw 8-1141 lor mssBsamaw sMsTTsea. SEITLIN & COMPANY PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGE! PHONE 9-3836 1* N. C. Ind ST. MIAMI 32. FLA.



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^^APBILA!?^ vJewlst fkx-kHctn PAGE 3B tor Town Group Plans Musicale And Softball Activities "•fir* -1mm B vlnaly Case JCI I""" „., %  p i „. r — %  nvimnvj pARIS (JTA) Baron Guy d(J Rothschild, leader o Musicale, "H.M.S. be sponsored by Adult League of the Jewish Communf pation Re," w n oung "^Townl ch, 4 .Avenue, on Tuesday evening, ITlb. at 9 p.m. Entertainment will inaugurate a regular Tuesday evening bi-monthly program of events presently being organized by the Young Adult group, to include interpretations of Judaism, Orthodox, Conservative, and Reform, by prominent rabbinical representatives; and culminating on June 2nd with a disc jockey jamboree. The Center Town Branch opens its Sunday morning Men's Softball Intramurals at Flagler Field, on April 12th. at 10:00 a.m. of the French Jewish community, has blamed the Catholic Church in France for the disappearance of the Finaly children from the country and compared the incident with the Dreyfus case. The children are reported to be in Spain. Baron de Rothschild insisted that the Jewish community would never accept the "forced conversion" of the children who had been left in a municipal institution in 1944 by their parents just before the parents were murdered by the Nazis. t-< PHOTO T HinaiftT Wh.IHHLO The dictators fear this child's questions— the "Four Questions" of Passover. They're afraid because the answers arc ahout freedom. That's why the wonderful observance that takes place Passover eve in Jewish homes in many lands will be frowned upon behind the Iron Curtain. Wherever men are free this will be the scene: a happy family and friends will gather at the holiday table. A boy like this will rise to ask: "Why Njhis night different from all other nights?" A proud father or grandfather will then relate the story of Exodus—the epic of freedom that for 4,000 years has inspired men M> throw off bondage. The father, will tell his son: "Staves were weraito Pharaoh in the land of Egypt, and the Eternal our God! brought us forth from thence. ..." Obvious, isn't it, why today's pharaohs want no questions asked by two and a half million Jewish subjects? Even so, men whose lips may be silent will cry out in their hearts the ancient prayer: 'This year we are as slaves; next year we shall be as free men in the land of Israel." But will they? that is a Passover question for you to answer. Your support of the United Jewish Appeal will aid those who hve already escaped from tyranny and those who will escape. It will aid Israel to absorb those who have come and will continue to come. So for freedom's sake give generously ... more than ever ... todayl Because Lives Depend on Us United Jewish APP e a l Must Raise $144,524,250 in 1953 on behalf of United Israel Appeal • Joint Distribution Commi"Unitcd Sen ice for New American' IN 1953, THE UJA MUST: Help meet the needs of Jewish escapees from Eastern Europe and speed them to havens in Israel a:>d elsewhere; Provide vital aid to 500,000 dependent Jews in Israel, Western Europe and Moslem lands; Strengthen Israel with aid in settling 240,000 newcomers and increasing food production; Assist thousand of DP*s in the U. S. —or coining this ^car. IN GREATER MIAMI Give To The Combined Jewish Appeal 420 Lincoln Road Mezzanine Miami Beach 39, Fla.



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iy.APHIL3, 1953 -JmMi fkriU-t >n Pauline Kallas Chooses Powder Blue Ron For Sunday Rites In Lauderdale tav March 17th, was the date chosen hy Miss Pauline Kallas arriage to Mr. Jacob Brodzki. Miss Kallas is the daughter of Uie and the late Mr. Louis Kallas, Cincinnati. Ohio. Mr. Brod i^rt Lauderdale, is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Chajim ceremony took place in the Green Room at Lincoln Manor tat of an altar decorated with nUoli. white shastas, white flthemums and palms. RabL, T Swirsky officiated, as, bv Rabbis David Shapiro Lor Rothman. Traditional • PAGE 7 A '"•IWIII -Q Kin. Jacob Brodiki I melodies were offered by |dor Drutin Trio. Best man ar Feiler, Ludwlk Brodrother of the groom, was (bride chose a powder blue inkle-length gown made large portrait collar of |ly lace. ;! wide lace panel from shoulder to hem, bhinesiones outlining the (sign. Her shell pink French i veil was held in place by leap. Full-length gloves of i and pink shoes completed emble. She carried a white iridal Bible with white hythid and a shower of white ens. n of honor was the bride's Mrs. Harry Moschinsky, He from Cleveland for the occasion. She wore a gown of beige alencon lace over pink taffeta and carried a heart-shaped fan of pinochio roses. Mrs. Nellie Kallas, mother of the bride, who gave her daughter in marriage, chose pale blue chiffon with grey print design and wore an orchid corsage. Mrs. Ludwik Brodzki. sister-in-law of the groom, chose dusty pink iridescent tissue taffeta and orchid corsage. A dinner-dance in the Rose Room of Lincoln Manor followed the ceremony. Table decorations were carried out in white and I pink rosebuds. Floral designs were created by the Blackstone Flower Shops. For her going away costume, the bride chose a navy crepe coachman style with paisley print accessories and white orchid corsage. The bride is a graduate of Hughes High School in Cincinnati, Ohio, and Dr. Parson's School for Laboratory Technicians in Columbus, Ohio. The groom received his law degree from the University of Warsaw. Upon completion of a honeymoon trip by motor, the newlyweds will reside at 612 SW 7th Street, Fort Lauderdale, where Mr. Brodzki is with the Leonard Company. Personally Speaking Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Komoroff of 612 SW 11th Street, are entertaining their son and daughter inlaw, Mr. and Mrs. Irving H. Komoroff, of New York, for the Passover holidays. Mr. Komoroff is engaged in the practice of law in New York City. Guests present in honor of the couple on Monday night included Mr. and Mrs. Charles Belanoff, Mr. and Mrs. E. Tolmich, Mr. and Mrs. S. Duke, Mr. and Mrs EL Diamond. Mr. and Mrs. J. Shefsky, Mr. and Mrs. M. Malkin, Mr. and Mrs. M, Mendelsohn, Mr. and Mrs. P. Strauss and Mrs. S. Sian. %  Cr -tr -Cr Mr. and Mrs. Sam Edelman, of 229 19th Street, are flying to Philadelphia, where they will see their son. Sidney. 20, inducted into the Armed Forces. Sidney Edelman is a graduate of the Philadelphia High School and has been associated with his father in business. Mildred Krupsaw Tolls Of May Date For Wedding May first has been selected as the wedding date of Miss Mildred Krupsaw to Mr. Samuel Caplan, both of Miami. The couple will be married by Rabbi Irving Lehrman, at his study. Friends of the brideto-be have already begun a round of parties and showers in her honor, and she has been the recipient of many lovely gifts. Both Miss Krupsaw and Mr. Caplan, although Miami residents for the past seven years, formerly came from Washington, D.C. The bride-to-be is employed at Morris Brothers Department Store. She is a member of the I. R. Goodman group of Hadassah. Mr. Caplan is employed by the Len Coleman-Flair, Inc. They plan to reside on Miami Beach after a brief honeymoon in Cuba. ic of the Casa Renee Orchestra. Entertainment, contests and exhibitions have been planned for the intermissions. Gil Rappaport, fund raising chairman, announced that the proceeds of the affair will be used for Masada's Zionist activities. Assisting Mr. Rappaport are Ramon Abrams, posters; Bunny Bass, door; Maralene Kalik, arrangements; and Bev Seidel, correspondence. Going Formal? isi m Beach Masada Holds Annual Matzo Ball Masada Miami Beach Young Adult Zionist District will present their annual Matzo Ball this Saturday night, at the Miami Beach Elks Club. 720 West Avenue. Dancing will start at 9 p.m. to the mussaw* Camp Osceola FOR BOVS AND GIRLS On Mills River S Silv-r Lake Horse Shoe, North Carolina \ Horseback Riding • Private Lake Swimrainj Pool Cnaabl' Seasoned Staff KesHamt Physician and Hurst Directors: Herbert Silver. B.S.. M.ED. Belle Segal Silver, B.A.. L.I. 7536 Buccaneer Ave.. 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PAGE 10 B +Jmistnor*Man FRIDAY, APRIL 3,19 Third Annual Mount Sinai Seminar Attracts Speakers Of National Rota •Recent Advances In Diagnosis and Therapy' will be the subject of Mount Sin-.i Hospital's Third Annual Semmar. to be h^Sd on Miami Beach. May 21st through Baby Shower Aids Nursery In Israel A baby shower hooarag Mrs. William Berson was held March. 25th at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bayer. 2515 SW 25th Av enue. The gifts received are being' sent to a Pioneer Women's nur-, sery i" Israel by the parents-to-be Mrs. Berson. a vice president of the Kadimah Chapter of Pioneer Women, personally contributed a; number of items. The gift pack-. age for Israel will contain diapers. shirts, gowns, blankets and other; miscellaneous items. Co-hostess with Mrs. Bayer was Mrs. John Rudnick. Mrs. Bernard Kantor assisted with refreshments and Mrs. Albert Shkoler was in i charge of the evening's entertain ment. MRS. WILENSKY IS HOSTESS AT SUCCESSFUL LUNCHEON A successful luncheon was given by Mrs. Essie Wilensky. chairlady of the Jewish National Fund Committee of the Pioneer Women's j Organization for Israel. Club No. 1. The affair was held on March 17th at her home. 1004 Pennsyl-1 vania Avenue. The proceeds of | SI30 were turned over to the Jewish National Fun-i. 23rd. it has been — n — rr i by Dr. D. Charles Werbiow. Seminar chairman Eight physicians of oat inwal prominence will be goest speakers and lead panel dut utimi They are: Dr. Samuel Bukenu. Washington University: Dr Jerome Conn. University of Michigan. Dr. I. Davtdaohn. Mt Sinai' llaipitil Chicago: Dr. Alexander Gutman. Mt Smai Hospital. New York: Dr Chester Keefer. Massachusetts Memorial Hospital: Dr. Jack Myers. Duke University; Dr. Thomas McGavack. New York Medical Center, and Dr. Stewart Wolf. University of OklahomaMembers of Mount Sinai's staff serving as Seminar Committee chairmen include: Dr Louis Lemberg. Exhibitor Arrangements; Dr. Paul Plotkin. Hotel Reservations; Dr. Leo Levin. Publicity; and Dr. Harold Rand. Liaison and Entertainment Committee. Over 300 doctors attended the hospital's three-day Seminar last year arriving from many parts of the United States. Cuba and South America. Registrations are now being accepted by the Medical Secretary at Mount Sinai Hospital. 4300 Alton Road, Miami Beach. THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY PROGRAM oi "Jewish Forum On The Air" EVERY SUNDAY 10 to 11 A.M. Station: WKIE (1140 on dial: Kith Varicvt fiatursi Produced oai O'ueclti by Contest Honor Won By Miami Student A University of Miami student has won honorable mention in the National Council of Jewish Women's i e —U. i wide essay contest on of Academic FreeHe is A Richard Bernstein, of 5825 SW 41st Street, a pre-medical student majoring in chemistry. He 'was one of 20 college students to receive the honor oat of more than 200 participants. Federation Names Nominating: Group A nominating committee to sellcct officers and board members for the coming years haa been %  elected by the Executive Commit !tee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Chosen were Mrs. Sylvia Chert, kof, Irving Cypen, Howard Kane, 'Aaron Kanner. Mrs. Fannie Selig. : Rabbi Morris Skop. Harold Thuri man and Mrs. Carl Weinkle. I 1 A-1 EMFLOVMER SIR/ICE Gables Young Adults To Hear Rabbi Skop The Young Adults Group of the ) Coral Gables Jewish Center will present its regular meeting on April ftth. 8 30 p.m.. at 320 Palermo. ; Coral Gables. Rabbi Morris A. I Skop and Cantor Irving Robinson will present the program. Refreshments and dancing will follow the meeting. The lowest age for boys is 23. and for girls ;is 21. IvjGUST BROS ny, iTS SMART TO SEE | HN&A8ows *&l\ ktjfl NEW 1953 "MAGIC CYCLE"* / IV frostmq KELVIHAT0R! HEILMAN. -.Ml WNKAl CHArtU. 1743 BAY ROAD NtAJt DADI BOULIVAR0 58-0323 5-0664 24 HR. AMBULANC1 SERVICI NIW YORK CITY. 1SI2 6RAND CONCOUUI TREMONT 2-4(00 PA#4 rlci'fnosi ••'*"• %  *$• %  ••• %  M-U HCIIMM Dvia H>f j — SM Uabr, F.D. "Owtaf Far Tt*M YM Cera Per* SimOM StlDW 503 S.W. 17th Av*. MMM 82-5480 PASSOVEB GREETINGS STAR of DAVID MEMORIAL PARK A JtWISH 64I0EN 0/ ITtBMAl HACt Bernard E. Supworth. Pres. 58th ST. t PALMETTO ROAD, SOUTH MIAMI Prices Ti F*. 47-3449 N S. W. 2nd Ave. at S. W. 1st St. ... A Downtown Location, Close to Everything! Nicely Appointed Rooms. Air-conditioned Rooms are Optional. Banquet Rooms and Sample Rooms! lifts COMO DINING ROOM COCKTAIL LOUNGE 'A'ti t'jU CAN A" ALL THESE BRILLIANT NEW FEATURES! 1r—z9 dwrwg d.frort-0w^B-f-^' .* md *~ *•• BIG TRADE-IN ALLOWANCI %  ^"Clfcr* I rrt|mnlnM|irm Cyd." Sass s sntsn Hwry la &&%?&>&& IT'S TIME TO TRADE FOR RICHARDSON FURNITURE-WAREHOUSE Furniture for HOMES, HOTELS ond APARTMENTS 636 N.W. 24th St., Near 7th Ave. y OPEN MON. AND THURS. EVENINGS — CASH OR jfl*



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PAGE 8 A *Jenistncrktian Natalie Samuels Becomes Mrs. Leon Brush 1 March 22nd; Couple Honeymoon In Canada mrt. Leon Brush Chamber Music To Be Heard At Beaumont Recitals Two contemporary compositions for small wind ensembles will have FRIDAY. APRIL' Miss Natalie Samuels, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris H. Samules, 1045 West Avenue. Miami Beach, became the bride of Leon H. Brush, son of Mrs. Sarah Brush, j Chicago. Illinois, on Sunday. March 22nd. at the Monte Carlo Hotel. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated. The bride was attired in a gown of white imported chant illy lace and nylon tulle. Her headpiece a pillbox encrusted with seed pearls. She carried a Bible with white orchids and phaelonopsis. Matron of honor for her sister was Mrs. Alfred E. Lampert. wearing bouffant peach nylon tulle fashioned in a ballerina-length gown with matching accessories consisting of a muff decorated by a cascade of white rosebuds. Miss Lillian Aronson was maid of honor. Her gown was of champagne nylon tulle trimmed by turquoise velvet. She carried a fan arrangement of yellow rosebuds. Best man for the groom was Lee Adelson. Ushers included Seymour Samuels. George J. Albauin. Arnold Scher and Jerome Greene. A reception followed the ceremony at the hotel. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Kal Wolfson, of Chicago; Miss Bella Brush. Chicago, the grooms sistor; Mrs Celia Greenberg and Mrs. their f.rst Miami performances m pau ine Bcrgman New York, the a program of woodwind chamber ; b rides aunts; and Mr an( i Mrs. music to be performed by the class Bazelow. New York. of Dr. T. C. Collins, of the UniverAmong locar guests sitv of Miami School of Music, on l an d Mrs. Sol Goldman, as well as : State of Israel Bonds, it was announced here. Monday evening. April 6th. at 8:30 Mrs. Goldman's mother. Mrs. B. She will take with her a list of all citizens in the Greater Miami Cahlman. of Rio de Janiero. Brazil.' area who have redeemed their pledges for Israel Bonds, or who have The couple arc honeymooning | bought additional bonds during the current Israel Redemption Month on a motor trip through the northj campaign. ern part of the United States and At the same time it was learned Canada. They will return to make hat fln Anniversarv Dinner will their home on Bay Harbor Islands. ^ ^ ^ fc ^^ ^^ Ap cna Stuart Blumin and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blumin. oi Miami Beach, entertained friends at a buffet luncheon in the Pagoda Room of the Saxony Hotel following Stuart's Bar Mitzvah services at Temple Beth Sholom. Mrs. Louis Glasser Will Leave For Israel April 14th On Behalf Of Israel Bonds Mrs. Louis Glasser, civic worker and leader, will travel to Israel were Dr. | April 14th for a two-week tour of leading cities under auspices of p.m.. in Beaumont Hall. A trio for flute and two horns, by Julius Berger, American composer, and a septet for flute, clarinet, oboe. horn, bassoon, trumpet and piano, by Marcel Mirouze, French composer, are the firstperformance in Miami selections chosen for this concert. Other compositions are Quintet. Op. 16, by Beethoven; Trio for violin, clarinet and piano, by Milhaud: and the Clarinet Rhapsodic of Debussy. Performers will include Walter Bradley. Dr. T. C. Collins, Arlinc Florin. Betty Hazeltine. Barbara Hughes. Betty Keator. Joseph Mascolo. Alan Neilson. Anne Nixon. Jessica Schlappich. Sharon Tallant. Sh?ila Tallant. Roland Vamos and Bernard Wasser. Violinist Max Rabinovitsj will be presented in recital by the University of Miami School of Music on Friday evening. April 10th, at 8:30. in Beaumont Hall. He will be assisted by Mme. Inna Rublova. member of the piano faculty, and Alan Nielson. flutist. Mr. Rabinovitsj is a scholarship student in the symphony orchestra and a pupil in the violin class of Dr. Joel Belov. He comes from Camden. N.J.. and was formerly enrolled in the New School of Music in Philadelphia. He was born in Brussels, Belgium, where he attended the Conservatory before coming to this country. The program for Friday evening consists of the violin and piano Sonata in F major. Op. 24. by Bee thoven; Karl Philipp Emanuel Bach's Trio for flute, violin and piano; and the D Major Violin Concerto of Mozart. The public is invited. • Betty Hazeltine, June graduate from the University of Miami School of Music and pupil of Jeffrey Stoll, will be presented in her senior piano recital on Tuesday evening. April 7th. in Beaumont Hall, at 8:30 p.m. Miss Haseltine is a native of West Palm Beach, Florida. During her four years in the School of Music she has played oboe in the University Symphony Orchestra as a scholarship student. She has fulfilled the requirements for two major instruments, piano and oboe, with the oboe study done under Domonique deLerma. Last year she won the annual Harold Bauer award given to the student in the School of Music for outstanding achievement during the year. Her Z fVI(I-H os *VJe Wedaffi! Mr. and Mrs. Nlt fi fcld.oftheParkL.*** i York, announce th e t ; of their daughter, tyy] Jfcld, to Mitchel B. R 0sen Mr. and Mrs. Sam **,' Avenue. The wcddi„ g Place June 25t h at tnepu,,' Miss Herzfeld is a H Fieldstone School j attended Skidmore Coll* 1 will be graduated i n Jfl Finch College. Her t*£f dent of Tropical Park RJ Mr Rosen was gradual Franklin School, N ew y Nichols College, Dudley chusetts. He served for t* with the Marines in u, during World War II. Flagler-faii7, Elwts Officers] Mrs. Herman Feldman I elected president of the' Group of the Klagler-Grani ish Community Center. ing for the coming yej Mrs. Jess Freed, vice Mrs. Michael Antin, con secretary; Mrs. Phil Schi ing secretary: and Mrs Lebar, treasurer. Mrs. Sidney Raskin, donor J man. has completed plans I luncheon to be held at the | Bell Inn on Tuesday. April] at 12:30 p.m. The next regular board i of the group will take plan Center on Tuesday. April 1(| 1 o'clock. ril 20th, on the occasion of Israel's Fifth Birthday. Judge Harold B. Spaet is chairman of the current campaign. Names of all those who buy bonds, or redeem pledges, in this pcriodt March 20th April 20th) will bo inscribed in a Book of Dedication, suitably illustrated and bearing a proclamation from Governor Dan McCarty as a preface. The book will be exhibited at the dinner. Mrs. Glasser, general chairman of the Women's Division, Combined Jewish Appeal, has long played an active part in Greater Miami's community affairs. She served for three years as chairman of the Metropolitan Division of the Community Chest and was awarded a citation by the National Conference of Christians and Jews for promoting human relations and good will on a national scale. Mrs. Glasser is a member of the United Nations Speakers Bureau and recently served as a chairman of an International Art Exhibit in Miami, sponsored as part of United Nations Week through the University of Miami and a host of Dade County civic organizations. Mrs. Glasser is a former school teacher who was graduated from Hunter College, receiving a Summa Cum Laude. the top scholastic attainment at collegiate institutions of learning. Mel E. Harris, son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Al Harris, of 110 3rd Terrace, DiLido Island, will be Bar Mitzvah at Temple Beth Sholom on Saturday, April 4th, at 10:45 a.m., with Rabbi L*on Kronish officiating. Mei is a 7th grade student at Nautilus Junior High School. Lgskow Unveiling Dedication of a mom the memory of the Laskow, formerly of 117 N.I Drive, Miami Beach, willl place Wednesday, April p.m., at Mt. Nebo CemeterjJ Rabbi Isaac H. Ever off Mrs. Laskow is survived I daughters. Mrs Betty Ai ami Beach. Pauline Silvers! New York, and Ida Mann. ( ton; also two sons, Hym Nathan, of New York; brother. Isaac Marcus, ments are in charge of| Miami Monument Co mrt Friends and relatives are) to attend. 10% DISCOUNT WITH THIS AD COMPLETELY FURNISHED COTTAGES FOR HOUSEKEEPIWl EDGEWATER MANOR, on beautiful LAKE OSCEOLA, HBBT SONVILLE, N.C $35 per week, including utilities—2 per.oni.Hi ern improvements. Convenient to all (ports and shopping MMM —sleep under blankets. Special season rates. Write tor nuns EDGEWATER MANOR e/o Box 446. Miami Beach, Florida. Radio Synagog Sunday Rabbi S. M. Machtei's sermon subject at 9 a.m., Sunday, over | radio station WQAM, will be, "if I Were A Christian Today". The Radio Synagog program also presents prayers, scripture reading, a question box period, and a recorded musical prayer by Cantor Richard Tucker. Tfca South's Outstanding Jewish Camp for Boyi in* tith CAMP CARLYLE HENDERSONVILLE. N.C. In the heart of vacatlonland. WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA DIRECTOR — WINTON L. MOELLER Principal, Woodward Hinh School, Cincinnati, un !" Educational, social and recreational activities •"•"."".I?..""" leaders. Horseback riding, water sports, golf instructioncabins. Doctor and nurse on premises. OWNEB: Mrt. Jeon Arnold, ISO Meridian Ave., Miami Stock-*' Miami Representatives: Mrs. A. A. Hoyden PB. H Mrs. Merry Grosiman r POCONO HIGHLAND CAMPS BOYS StPARATE CAMPS lit! SEASON In the Judge Harold B. Spaet, chairman of Israel Redemption Month sponsored by State of Israel Bonds, is shown (second from right) discussing some of the problems of the campaign at a workers rally. He is with (left to right) Samuel ICarp, Mrs. Lottie Rotsprecher and Mrs. Rose DeYong. The worke meeting was held in the Royal Palm Hotel. rs Beautiful Poconos of Pennsylvania, 9 mi es Delaware Wafer Gap, 90 mile* from Ntw York City-or delphia. Registration quota now open for Florid Enrollment definitely limited. Superb WIWJ* wall balanced program of activities on Und nd BWand responsible supervision; resident practicing r nurses (R.N.) Camp mothers. Florida group •orrr One of the North's outstanding Camp Organisation*. Write far Complete Detail, or Caat local tepresesfefrVo and *•<•*•' s "" MURRAY BAUM 173S S.W. 17th COVIT, MIAMI, H0BJ0A Phila. Office: 905 Finance BMg. Bertram U. Weiefcorg, MA, LIB. Director Now l**** MealM^ ,a i j iarleU. *• %  *•* F Direct"



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PAGE 2 A +J t mlsHTcrkM*n_ JSgSAPttBeach B'nai B nth Name Gilbert Balkin Lodge President Gilbert J Balkin has been elected president of Miami Beach Lodge No. 1591. B'nai B'rith, succeeding George J. Talianoff. Mr. Balkin is director of the Florida Regional Office of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Elected to serve as officers of the Lodge with Mr. Balkin are: Barnctt Beckerman. Jules P Channing. Jack J. Gold and Gershon S. Miller, vice presidents; Michael M. Sossin, recording, secretary: Irving Schatzman. treasurer; Samuel Stein, financial secretary; George J. Talianoff, Monitor; MeyKimmtl Beaeh Elks install Kimmel Marvin L. Kimmel was installed as Exalted Ruler of the Miami mmmmmmm ^^^^m lodge rooms foli^^| I lowing dinner w^ *BW at ,hc Hick rv K House RestaurJ'Sfejflfe^ ant Thursday night. Others on the new slate who who were installed by James P. Wendler. past district deputy g • a n d exalted ruler, included Lawrence E. Hoffman, leading knight: Edward T. Newman, loyal knight; Thomas F. Smith, lecturing knight: Alan G. Stratton. secretary; Al Finkelstein, treasurer; William Delahunt. tiler; Morris Warner, five-year trustee, and David M. Trau. retiring exalted ruler, alternate delegate to the grand lodge. Mr. Kimmel. past president of the Miami Beach Junior Chamber : of Commerce and a former director of the Miami Beach Bar Association, is a member of the citizens planning committee of the Miami Beach planning board and the Presidents Council Spaet Honored By Fraternity Harold B. Spact, prominent Miami Beach attorney, last Saturday was named an honorary member of Nu Beta Epsilon, honorary legal fraternity at the University of Miami. Spaet, a former Miami Beach associate municipal judge, has practised law here for 16 years. Currently president of the Miami Beach Bar Association, he represented that group at the Florida Bar Convention Thursday. in Holh He is also a member of... and_Amencan Bar Sjff tt^ph. S.J. HEBREW BOOK jr. Between Fourth and ft Habr.w Ralijiog, ror Synagogue, M Oat. Alaofo, H .bw,| Ttlephona 5-toi? Gilbert Balkin er Teigman. assistant monitor: Abe Frankel. warden: and Sol S. Goldstrom, guardian. Serving n the Board of Trus tees are: Harry Zukernick. Paul Seiderman. Sam A. Goldstein. Walter C. Kovner. Godfrey K. Newman. Harold Turk. Jack August. Samuel W. Shapiro and Joseph A. Kogos. Installation of the new Lodge Officers will be held on May 24th. Paul Seiderman is chairman of the Installation Banquet Committee. A native of St. Louis. Mr. Bal kin is an honor graduate of Washington University. St. Louis, with post graduate studies at the University of Cincinnati and Washington University He served for 5 years with the Federal Government prior to joining the staff of the Anti Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. He is the author of several published articles on human relations themes, including "Miami Beach Hits Bias," "The St. Petersburg Story," and "Terror By Bombing — A Challenge To Democracy". Mr. Balkin resides in Miami Beach with his wife and two children, Joan Liberty and Louis Ellis. Chest Plans For Victory Dinner Community Chest Board Members, volunteers, contributors and the general public are invited to cell irate the recent Red Feather million dollar success at the organization's 1953 Annual Meeting and Victory' Dinner to be held Thursday in the Columbus Hotel, at B:30 p.m. D. J. Mahoney. Chest president, announced this week that Joseph R. Narot. of Temple Israel, a member of the Chest's 1953 Clergy i Committee, will be featured speak-, er at the annual affair. Rabbi Narj ot addressed guests at the Chest's 1 opening Big Gift's Dinner in No-' ranter where $294,000 was raised in a single evening for the 22 Red Feather agencies and the ISO Guests at the April 9th dinner | meeting will pay their own checks in keeping with the Chest policy of eliminating the use of campaign funds for dinners and luncheons. | Twenty-five new members will be elected to the Red Feather organization's Board of Directors at the meeting. The Chest's 75-membcr Board is made up of 50 representatives elected from the community at large and 25 members selected by the Welfare Planning I Council and the 22 local Red Feather agencies. Morris Gold, member of the Miami Beach Planning Board and chairman of the South Shore Projects Committee, has been instrumental in the City Council's recent decision to build a public swimming pool for children in the South Beach area, according to Sidney Steiner, executive director of the Miami Beach Apartment Association. 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PAGE 4A FHIDAY *> % %  Published svsry Friday tine* 1927 by the Jewish Flondian at 120 N. E. Sixth Street, Miami 1B, Florida. Entered as second-class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Offica of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March 3, 17. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jtwilh Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. World-wide 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 #Jems£} floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141 — 2-8212 The J* ruth of the met rtah Floridian does not guarantee the Kasbmerrhandistndvertiseil in Its columns. s u One Year BSCRIPTION RATES MOO Two Years 15.00 Volume 27 Nisan 18, 5713 FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1953 Number 14 Mr. Lehman's Birthday Senator Herbert H. Lehman, of New York, was 75 years old last Saturday. In the past hundred years, only one man has served the Empire State in its three highest offices. Mr, Lehman has demonstrated his remarkable gifts as executive, administrator and legislator in the capacities of Lieutenant-Governor, Governor and United States Senator. Recently, Mr. Lehman has become increasingly vocal in matters relating to the American-Jewish community. It was he who, with Senator Hubert Humphrey, led the battle in Congress against the untenable McCarran Act. Staunchly, he made brilliant rebuttals against blatantly anti-Semitic remarks attending the immigration law's passage. And it was he who wept bitterly in a lonely lounging room of the nation's capitol building when Congress overrode the Presidential veto. Mr. Lehman's participation in Jewish philanthropic and relief agency work is as notable as his work now on the floor of the United States Senate. At a time when it was fashionable for American-Jewish officials and industrialists to hide their identities, Mr. Lehman gave his unstinting efforts to organizations like the United Jewish Appeal and the Joint Distribution and American Jewish Committees. On the occasion of his 75th birthday, Mr. Lehman's countless friends wish him well. The |fW IS \ .lewJewish refugees are fleeing in increasing numbers from Russian-dominated East Germany. This must be an object lesson to them, as well as to World Jewry at large. Many of the refugees have only the faintest connection with Judaism. Some have Christian husbands or wives; a number of them are the children of mixed marriages. Yet, as early as two months ago, East German police made a list of all Jews in the zone. Subsequently, they were interrogated regarding the Jewish aspects of their lives, their kin abroad, whether they received help from the Joint Distribution Committee and their feelings about Israel. The result has been a vast influx of suspected "international Zionist plotters" into West Germany. By far, the smallest number of these refugees are Zionists at all. Their Christian husbands or wives, the mixed allegiances of children of intermarriages — none of these factors saved them from the aggression of anti-Semitic attack. Stripped of belongings which they were forced to leave behind them, they may now recall one, Mr. Rudolf Slansky, the greatest of the Czech Jew haters who died on the gallows last November after being "convicted" of secret Zionist affiliations. Fearful for their futures, they may study with apprehension the Jewish death lists composed by West German NeoNazis which were to be used to identify "Zionist plotters" there. All this adds up to one thing. The Jew is a Jew. He may not, with impunity, divorce him11 r. i ii de is University The founding of a new university is a momentous thing. This is especially true for a world which is bent on its own destruction. Brandeis University came into being some five years ago crt a time when we were all sure that wars would no longer plague us and mass murder no longer place us beneath the understanding of even the wildest beast. Since then, our hopes in this regard have waned. In the shortest possible span of history, we have set out upon a new course of human degradation, of misunderstanding, threat and overt aggression. But Brandeis University has continued to function according to the spirit in which it was founded. On its campus, expression of man's experience in the arts and sciences are each day pursued to affirm the fact that intelligence and knowledge will ultimately triumph over ignorance and prejudice. The moreso is this significant in the case of Brandeis University. For here is a center of AfrfcH. During The Week... A. BT LEO MINDLIN THE PHYSICAL PROGRESS OP A PEOPLE government and industry, in its educational bJZJS* social structure. The soul of a people lies in its art u ""' ous to draw genuine conclusions about a neoni*'.' • "* ft B *r ""fit J> SDtnt f(> ternal realities of physical progress. S. "Pressed J Current attitudes on the American scene are acase in poin often take pride in our governmental democracy and con I" American soul is framed there. But the fact remai S ^l is one in which habit yields to conformity and wherp 0nr l reward for dissent, Increasingly, minds are being iV • 1 alty rather than to probe. We are presumably supposedIt. T *i l of an unbiased educative process, but more and more ar ing the targets for indoctrination which is the essence If those truly concerned with education and the dissent fc ^ pattern that knowledge and study produce are hushed hvT.h or overt threat. ned by % %  The gap between the democracy and the equality we „*., the one hand, and the racism our immigration laws iJ l fosters on the other, illustrates that external realities can in'" 1 ner properly represent a people's soul. It remains for th, M frame the consciousness of his race. His nature is such that 2 conformity in contempt and that he is impervious to mdL His soul is such that he can never yield to intimidation OrS his reason for being, and freedom is the vitality of his craft History abounds with examples of the artist who star*! course of future events, of the thinker who was ostracized or il oned for failing to accept without understanding, of the orooh 7 was considered "dangerous" and set aside in one fashion „£ learning that was the first to loosen itself from by prevailing authorities so that general ignorance might prcv 5 the fetters of ignorance and prejudice as a j makers of physical progress have never been singled out lor mntlcr nt nrrtr-li<~o ne iall rre rA „.,„,-;.^!,^ DUnishtllCnt. Their motives nrp nhi-cinsl ->n^ ,„.. „t, matter of practice, as well as of principle. Founded under the aegis of Jewish sponsorship, Brandeis has deplored and avoided every possible form of sectarianism. Both its faculty and student body include men and women of all colors and denominations. Here is living proof that there is no sociological limit to human intellectual possibility. Friends of Brandeis University will meet here punishment. Their motives are physical and most often selfish produce for reward and not for the sake of producing Thcv are lb fore, easily intimidated and can be made to accept any imposed tude so long as the road to the reward they seek is not" obstructed I them. A STORY BY YEHOSHUA BAR-YOSEF, The New House, is, J ary gem which expresses the modern spirit of Israel. No foreign enfl on Thursday evenina to DOV their" re'soectTto'"" J" d i p,om ?.*f. C dea with ,here No n,ilitarv matters are" turing of human dignity as represented in man's highest artistic and scientific achieveBriefl y. the story concerns itself with an Israeli pioneer who ments will, we feel sure, turn out to pay their [ me ., en u P. wlth the fanatj c desire to build a new house, respects himself from his neighbors whose respect he rapidlv loses and respects. Jewish accomplishment in the many fields of knowledge is without precedent. But the fact remains that Jews have, heretofore, been the guests in the world's hall of learning. Brandeis represents American Jewry's effort to play the host. Those attending the dinner in honor of Dr. Sachar will also know their appreciation of this heartwarming fact. Ww Double Talk The last four years of the Democratic administration suffered from what the Republicans called Truman Talk. This was their cynical term for much double meaning that cancelled itself out to inaction. It seems to us that the Republicans will now have to come up with a new phrase for political hair-splitting and hedging. Last week, the White House issued a series of reports that amounts to as neat an evasion of a campaign promise as any we can remember during the past twenty years. According to the Washington grapevine. President Eisenhower Is supposed to have told Secretary of State John Foster Dulles to discuss B ...uv uui, wiui impunny, aivorce h m~* possibility of changes in the McCarran self from his heritage. Contrarily, he must Lnmigration Act with Alexander Wiley, chairembrace it ever more fervently if he, and human of ,he Senate Foreign Relations Commitman fre edom everyw here, are to survive. KKK Is Repudiated We are glad to note that the Federal Grand Jury has come up with a public and judicious repudiation of the Ku Klux Kkjn. Catalogued by the jury was a series of 19 sets of racial and religious violence in Florida. While not all of these terroristic acts were attributed to the KKK, the jury demonstrated intelligence and foresight when tee. Chairman William Longer, of the Senate Judiciary Committee, said that he was in receipt of no such White House request. Adding to tritj confusion' is the fact that Senator Wiley conveniently does not remember any discussion on the McCarran Act with Mr. Dulles. Apparently, this comedy of errors is the reUtof wrong diplomatic signal* somewhere along the line, and President Eisenhower has now been placed into a very uncomfortable position. Developing as a minor Greek Chorus to the love of his wife and son, he builds his house one which is I superior to any other in the vicinity — moves in and dies almost i mediately from a heart attack. Mr. Bar-Yosefs chief character is named Israel Shchori. and | need have little intuitive understanding to recognize that this is the Jewish state at large. While Israel Shchori is a happy c_ in the beginning, Mr. Bar-Yosef writes that he was no longer the I quiet laborer, living soberly, "eating today what he had earned terday, working so that could rest and resting to be able to wo His new obsession supplants his original intention; the spiritual vation to create a new land finds replacement with the personal' for physical progress and aggrandizemenL The matter becomes even worse when Israel's wife ceases to L attention to the household they occupy during the construction their new home. "In the kitchen, and in the house generally, e thing was in wild confusion." But, writes Mr. Bar-Yosef, "on the carefully laid out and assorted, were piled up tiny parts of electapparatus for a diligent hand to gather in." Here, order prevails I the sake of some external end; the present house of Israel sacrificed by it. The chaos of this spiritual emptiness is a life with but a sin purpose. Inttjnctive human aggression finds an outlet in Israel Sa ori's expression of cruelty against others and himself. He spends 1 moments of rest on a sofa, catching and killing flies. "He plucked ( their heads, wings and legs, and to cover his embarrassment wi complain loudly of the annoyance they caused. At times, he would I with his head hanging down, until the blood rushing to his head, t fuddled him." In a moment of frenzy, he sets to beating his son i Is "conscious of a keen pleasure that the emotions repressed witl him had erupted." the hooded playboys to a ''canceroU^o^th'^ ^ZTT 9 ? minor Greek Chorus to Many months oUUgaUon were^edtr f^L^^l. TT &t£ this denunciation. If nothing further comes of the Federal Grand Jury inquiry, we can at least feel grateful that this malicious group has been put into its place by a proper tongue lashing. "A foul pollution of the body politic that is founded on the worst instincts of mankind," was perhaps the choicest of ihe jury's observations so far as the KKK is concerned. The increasing amount of contempt with which the'Klan is held, we trust, will hasten the day when it is forever silenced. Majority Leader last week declared that Judiciary Committee is perfectly willing to consiaer changing the Act but that he has been w v h!e xrl i9hl on L matter E *• Only a short time in office, the Republicans have already acquired an inimitabto virtuosity in passing the buck, Thi. is double talkhas become increasingly critical of hi. .viperto replace the old cry of Truman Talk. THE RETURN TO TRADITION AND TO SPIRITUAL quality expressed in the fitful longings of Israel's wife who takes to thin* of her youth and the Synagogue with its Arc. Nonetheless, abounds. The couple's children are virtually forgotten. They pale. "Their very soul was wounded, an injury that did not heal I writes Mr. Bar-Yosef. When the house is completed and before he dies. Israel has come lean and .spar*, "knots of bone forming under his grey, rP wrinkling skin." The high point of his physical concern is exp" in a sudden carnal desire for his wife whom he has forgotten to What is it Mr. Bar-Yosef has tried to say? As an artist, he the upbuilding of the Jewish state. He is aware of the prevalent terest in physical progress and in political and military matters. he warns against the death of the spirit. For, says the autnor, death of the spirit is tantamount to total annihilation The M* Israel, indeed, must be built. But its spirit must not be forgotten. The reward for ** is Israel Shchori's doom, the soul injury to his children and bridled cruelty now finding its expression in the Jewish states p over armies, legations and diplomats. It remained for Mr the artist, to observe and to comment while the impersonal mo of progress makes sterile what must be a spiritual, as well a P*" awakening.



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^ %  V APRIL 3. 1953 •Jaj&s&Bu&lm PAGE 9 B ferold Shapiro Kaiiicd Beach \ (ommander fflirold Shapiro, Miami Beach atL e y and civic leader, has been %  ted commander of Miami Lch Post 330 of the Jewish War] Weran. fother JWV officers elected inLe Frank Gordon, senior vice Cnandor; Fred Barad, junior v commander; Daniel N. Heller, tjg e advocate; Louis Stein, quarEnsster; Bernard Koloff, chapSi Gold, historian; Lester jibin. .-eraeant at arms, and MauKlein, trustee, timbers of the new executive Immittee are George Michaels, Erdheim, Cantor David Silvan. Jack Henkin and Ralph ossman. [rs. Miller To Head fomen Republicans llfrs. L. Hanks Miller was elected sident of the Headquarters fomen's Republican Club at a recLi meeting of the group. |Mrs Miller has long been active the movement for two-party Istem of government for the late ot Florida, where she has en a voter for 15 years. IShe was chairman of campaign kivities for the Headquarters tub during the 1952 i More fertilizers and chemicals will be produced because Israel Bonds are financing the expansion of the great plant at Haifa, where the raw material is the phosphates mined in the Negev with Israel Bond proceeds. Copper mining camps at Beer Ora (Well of Light), where Israel Bond funds are enabling the Israel Mining Corporation to exploit the extensive copper deposits for future export. More power to Israel's industries will be supplied by Israel Bonds by increasing electric power capacity. Of the $80,000,000 required for power development, 560,000,000 is expected to come from Israel Bonds. Mivltavl Rand To jBorden Company Visit Miami Ifnai Spends $11,344,098 |d organized the women workers Dade County. ISadie Tumor was elected 1st president. Others are Anna bbnic. 2nd vice president; Hazel Idolph, recording secretary; kry Elizabeth Peterson, corresInding secretary; Mrs. S. D. leissbuch. treasurer; and Lile Iker. auditor %  New directors are Annie King lmes, Lou Eiseman and Florence MVriih tiroupn District No. 5 B'nai B'rith Youth Director Michael M. Rand will visit in Miami from April 8th through campaign j 10th, it was announced by Milton A. Friedman, national youth commissioner of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization. Purpose of the visit will be to discuss with the B'nai B'rith leadDurlng 1952, The Borden Company spent $11,344,098 in Florida, an increase of $3,654,210 over 1951, it was reported here. E. F. White, manager of the Borden's Dairy, noted that this figure represented the money paid to farmers for milk and other supplies, to employees in payroll checks and to state and municipal ership in the Greater Miami Comgovernments for taxes and assessk Prince of DSe MMfffSL munity the budget and operation | of the F'lorida State Regional office. Mrs. A. Frank Wellins, chairman of the local BBYO Committee, has called a special meeting for Thursday, April 9th, at the Bureau of Jewish Education. Selma Rubin, chairman of the B'nai B'rith Young Adult Council, is calling a meeting for Wednesday, April 8th, and Pauline Glantz, District YM and YW vice president, is calling an Executive Committee meeting for the same day. PREMIUM KOSHER WINE t lm rip or thia fullWild, de ep-colorvd. • %  aiomad vintage will pioca you that here ii i Snnt Koihet Win* I bottled, worthy to the honored name of REIT. Made in upNew Yotk, when %  1'ipei growl • oJ I • %  h, iNMti,nmiu.ii. GOODWILL GROUPS MEET The Goodwill Group of Greater Miami will hold its Board of Directors meeting on Monday, April 9th, 1:00 p.m., in the home of President Miriam R. Fields, 2815 SW 15th Street, Miami. pvrnon ;D PTITHW PARKWAY Retail KOSHER Wholesale! 1255 S.W. 22nd St.. Ph. 9-09681 GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS "raltur. 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PAGE 4B 255*1^^3 "Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAB (Copyright, 1951, Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.) WASHINGTON MOODS: The tary Dulles declaring that talk which the leaders of the American Zionist Council had last week with President Eisenhower I in the White House — the first since Eisenhower became Presi•• 008-000 in piedc for toad subscriptions have not been r < d e em ed yet They make no secret of the fact that of the total of $180.008.000 subscribed to date, only $110 008.080 was recei ve d in cash ... And there is also no teem • ill be welcomed m a Middle East |lut ^.^ ww xAxm fmm b,^ defense body when it is formed m amlieip ^ OB u,* n^ e^ • would be realized from bond subscnpUoos Hence the leaders POLITICAL RIFLE CTIONS: of the Israel bond drive are deter dent-did not inspire much hope (^^^ ^g^^ of ^ ^p.^. nunrf to mikt u^ „„& M ^ in Ziom?t ranks The President seems to be taking the line that in certain situation.' both Israel and the Arab countries are wrong. while in others both of them are right And it seems that he expects Israel to carry out certain .•.roenti. the nature of which are not clear All in all. President Eisenhower seems to be sincerely interested in establishing peace in the Middle East, but on hat conditions? This is the pertinent question The answer to this question will be known after Secretary of State John Foster Dulles' coming visit to the Middle East Those who know President Eisenhower's mind, are under the impression that be will be with the Arabs as well as •. •\xath' an eff ct %  • • %  m *y mflu-! purchases I tions with Israel despite the opout collection effort U get all the position of the Arab countries is. money still mat at—ding from subgiving food for thought to some m scnpttocs ... A plan is being Washington While some ele-: weighed for the setting up of a meats there are already predictbraach organization of the Israel ing that Germany will make just a boad drive to wage a nationwide few payments to Israel, others are f t aa wn i gn to sell hoods among nonthinking along different lines ... Jews There have been some They see* that Arab pressure. {purchase of Israel bonds by non which b ordere d on blackmail, did • Jewish banks and insurance cornnot frightea the West German! panics and even hundreds of inGowrBBMat after it evaluated the j dividual Christians, but no direct Arab threats And they ask the effort has been made to sell them I idea to have woaw as Cabinet members Incidentally, some were under the mistaken impression that Mrs. Myerson came to the United Nations session as permanent bead of the Israeli delegation This was not the case The permanent head is Ambassador Abba Eban Mrs. Myer' son's mission was limited to the present session of the UN* Assembly primarily to the debate on the new Soviet anti-Jewish policy She will return to Israel this week to resume her post as Minister of Labor Mr. Eban will continue in his post of permanent representative of Israel to the United Na"on*. a addition toc^T" his responsibilities in w? 1 "Israel Ambassador. question: If Germany did not take the Arab threats seriously, why >bouk! the United States? This There are some in the bond organization who believe that tens of millions of Israel bonds might Sadye G. Rose kind of a ques ti on, coming as it j be marketed among non-Jews does on the ere of the departure I They believe also that the purof Secretary of State John Foster chase of bonus by non-Jews would Dulles for the Middle East, may be a healthy stimulus to Jewish with Israel in pressing for an brad peace However, on the •Je there is hope that Kisenhower will remember the pledge to Lsrael contained in the platform of the Republican Partj Also the pledge in his own letter a) Dr. Abba }>...< %  : -. during the Presidential n campaign And finaln cent tau DM nt bj Seere'ponsr:*-, UjttfjiP i-irt Rabbi Joaeoh £ Rackoralry 945 Michigan Avenut Miami Beach Phona 5-3595 U. N. SIDELIGHTS: Mrs Golda Myerson. Israel's Labor Minister. ence the thinking of those policy makers in Washington who. under the influence of pro-Arab propaganda, are inclined to over-esti-, mate Arab strength and underes" roe J s P. ke and cIred at the timate Israel's importance in the ^ nUed Nat,on s deb te on the ddefense of the Middle East Communist anti-Jewuh policy There is no doubt that the West "// appearance had a dramatic, German Government, which „ ect_ .. Some delegations, after } to do 'Mill 11 with the hatemng to Mrs. Myerson s presenoatrica, took into considertations. thought it a very good all the risks involved when it ratified the Lsrael reparations pact ... In calling the Arab bluff. 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*A DA Y, APRILjii!!! *. IFM? #> n^rHril^n PAGE 3 A ra el Head Urges JNF Support |y ITZHAK BEN-ZVI President of iir^ have recently observed anniversary, the 50th year Jewish National Fund Juchieh is also the fifth year He existence of the State. m dates arc firmly linked, |USe |{ not for the work of the National Fund in redeemed of Israel, There may "bive been a State of Israel time. bomeland is acquired in three \ by the stirring of patriotic by plain hard toil and by ton of the land for the It that is wresting the land the wilderness and placing the disposal of the entire naAnd just as national indefcnee cannot be attained withIhe stirrings of patriotism, iut immigration and hard toil, same measure independence d be impossible with a hold the land on which the people live. In other words, without efforts of the nation as a whole iiji;c a defin.te hold on the of thi homeland, not only i oar agricultural settlement impeded, hut urban settlement Jd be in danger as well. [my generations passed before simple, national idea expressLy Professor Shapira — the l of the Jewish National Fund tas crystallized. And since the nist Organization arrived at idea 50 years ago and began carry i* out. we have seen that the firm establishment of the Mai interest on the national the status of private persons of companies, which was cved before the foundation of national project, was not likened but, on the contrary, i and was strengthened. New Settlements JEWS IN SPORTS Bv BILL WOLF (Copyright, 1953, Jewish The scheduled opening of Brandell University's huge new gymnasium will put Brandeis one step further along the road of big time | athletics. It will be an important factor in the growth of the Brandeis basketball team, which already has done very well for itself. April 12 is the date set for the dedication ceremonies. The gym is to be known as the Abraham Shapiro Athletic Center, in memTelegraplilc Aironcy, Inc.) There's been an early opportunity to look at Saul Rogovin's form in an exhibition game between the Chicago White Sox and the New York Giants. Saul pitched six scoreless innings before he left the game. He wasn't knocked out of the box, but was replaced by a pinch hitter. Saul, running true to his usual form of knowing how to handle a bat as well as a ball, got a single in two times up. He has a good chance to break President Itzhak Ben-Zvi addressing a recent Jewish National Fund gathering at the Habimah Theater in Tel Aviv. Left to right are Rabbi Mordecai Nurock, member of Knesseth; Joseph Weitz, JNF afforestation expert; Mr. Ben-Zvi; A. M. Kamini, chairman of JNF in Jerusalem; and Berl Locker, chairman of Jewish Agency in Jerusalem. present. The difference is not in rural settlement. One of the oldthat formerly we had no land and | est and bitterest of the diasporas now we have, but that now great was Yemen. And the Jews of that possibilities have been opened up|country, even though they do not,, to us for the acquisition of land, occupy first place in numbers, to-. won him face. So it is with Jack ory of a member of the school's into the 20 victory column this board of trustees. Those taking year. If Rogovin does the trick, it part in the dedication will include athletic director Benny Friedman and athlete Sid Goldfader. The new gym will hold 3,000 spectators at Brandeis basketball contests. The main section has 16,000 feet of floor space. There are also three practice courts, locker and shower rooms, massage and physiotherapy facilities, offices, and class rooms. It is always a sad occasion to see a top college athlete say fareits redemption, its settlement — possibilities in time and space such as we never dreamed of, and for this the united efforts of the entire nation of Israel are required. The second point is the living link which was forged between immigrants from various countries and the earth of their true homeland. For it follows that if the land of the homeland belong! to the entire nation, immigrants to Israel have just as much right to it as the present citizen of the day occupy one of the primary poMolinas, towering center who sitions in sectional settlements, j captained the Columbia University Today, there are 54 settlements of basketball team. Jack's four years ,,..,, ... are up, and he now is faced with a Yemenite immigrants on Jewish I choice of going into further edu National Fund land, not counting I cation, a job—or maybe pro ball, those who have joined settlements So far there have been no offiof mixed communities; at the! c ial Paying offers with any pro c, !" ;„.„ 4V~ _.._v.„_ „f ..;u„„„„' teams. But it is possible that Jack same time, the number of villages ... will get a couple of juicy ones. A established by "sabras" come to 48, and those of Eastern European immigrants to 35. Another diaspora which has been ingathcred is that of Iraq and Kurdistan glimpse at his record at Columbia will show up. Molinas, who hails from the Bronx, holds virtually every Columbia scoring record. This season he was the top Lion j Jonns scorer with a 21.6 average. He j made the All-Metropolitan squad will be the first time a White Sox pitcher has achieved the feat since 1941 Al Rosen, who is one of the best prospects in the American League for the coming season, wasn't doing so well in opening exhibition contests. Al went 18 times at bat without a hit, then opened up. His first hit was a two-run homer that sent Cleveland into an extra inning contest with San Francisco. But Al's efforts went in vain. Sid Gordon has a new home base. Now that the Boston Braves have moved to Milwaukee, Sid will be playing out of that city instead of Boston. Yeshiva University will field a tennis team this spring for its second net season. The schedule will be launched April 15th against Army at West Point. There'll be a total of 10 matches, the last of which will be against Rider College at Trenton on May 18. Among the other schools on the roster are Iona, Pace, Columbia and St. whose members have already set State. We look forward to the im-1 up 24 settlements, and the same i this year, migration of the dispersed comcan be told of immigrants from Jack is six feet, six and one-half munitics from the four corners of North Africa, Egypt and other! inches tall. His height has been a countries. tremendous asset on the court. In I do not wish to burden you fact, that's one of the reasons he with more examples; those which got into basketball. As a kid he I have already cited, I believe, are i was too tall to be chosen in most the earth, from the free lands of the west and from all other countries. We have already seen that many diasporas which were far removed from agriculture and from all forms of rural settlement returned to the land in an almost miraculous way and are now deeply attached to it. Every Jew A Partner Thirty-two communities are represented in our rural settlements, lAnd then something happened lich had no parallel in the anils of Israel since the nation was i from its homeland. The which was the subject of uonn ..„.,.•!„ZLZ .-. I among them settlers from dispersed communities which have been entirely ningathered or are in the process of being absorbed in Israel. It is interesting to point out that the members of these very communities have contributed the most appreciable percentage of upon generation, came true, inks to their sons and their *' sons who gave their lives in rtyrdom for their religion and homeland. This hope has realized with the renaissance I. The State was establishbecame a reality. Two* of the land west of the Jor1 we in our hands; our Yishuv been doubled. During these five years, some 400 new setents have been established, ting the number of settleon Jewish National Fund 1 510. and the Jewish popu. as a hola has grown by tm. All this we have seen our own eyes, but it is only beginning. Our brothers, dis*i throughout the world, are thirsting for redemption' and V number is many times that m who have already reached are still millions that are !" under the heel of tyran' mes. Millions of Jews in %  d iaspora arc conscious of their ration to help acquire land for pelves and for their brothers, L S genera,i n and for the r won, t0 corne th view M Uege their participation in Wi of Claiming land for a f* People With the rise of tth.i,V olution was foun ways picked because he could which Jews all over the world parj reach the basket better than any on ticipate and which, as an instruone else. However, height also has its disment of realization and a potent psychological force whereby every community sees itself as a partner, having equal privileges in the upbuilding of the Land of Israel. It is from this that the importance of the Jewish National Fund after the rise of Statehood stems — its force as welder of the many dis advantages. "I find it hard buying my clothes." Jack said. "I have to get my suits made to order, and I wear a size 14 shoe, something hard to find." Oddly enough, the successor to Jack as captain of the Columbia team is the shortest man on the persed tribes of Israel into one | squad, Larry Wilkov. Larry stands unit and its unique work as a erefive-eight-eight. He is a guard and ator of a Jewish agrarian popula! excels at playmaking and detion devoted to its land. I tense ^^ 650 students of the Beth David Sunday School participated in the annual student model sedar held morning, March 20th. Portions of the Haggadah were read and symbolic Passover foods were served. Arrangements were under the supervision of a committee headed by Mrs. Louis Hartz, who has arranged the annual student Scdars for the past 20 years. Under the direction of Jerome B. Gordon the following children conducted the services: Tamara Cole, Bruce Fetter, Helen Goldstein, Susan Schwartzman, Jerry Shiver, Betsy Siegel and Eugene Novogrodsky. Befdy'sDther Dairy Products Grab A Larfi EQS Grab A IM Em Grab A Mttfira Ens RkUy Creamed Cottafi Cheesa Dry Free Salt Cottap Cheesa HaM Mail Pal Cheesa ReJisl Cream Cheese Chiw Cream Cheesa Plato Cream Cheese Haaa t aafa u l Saw Cream 27 N.W. FOURTH ST. PH. 2-17M



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PAGE 2 B +Jmi§*rhr*Mar) Metropolitan Division Strives For $75,000 Goal As Area Units Announce Kickoff Functions W^ %  MMHI At 51 S—rfri" Ajri ltt. has bees %  am< as tito karmafi dote lor :• Camoin >w.ae \jpo: Met -lotiiiun Drvasna Jt Ifa.-n Beach. | t ms 5—n mm JUT Shsanixn. Baan Saoes Cteraat. r-raxnssr in ct jm sec fir M) i v.. it -ne E uunsss Bats* wM mars -aa ignm* f the d e ar a s i FMMI Tiaatar WiDkan Tiwanphw and Mis. Ebas Rainbow g win be prsnsrai Caaabaand Jewish Appeal volunteers in Kkxlecr. Sprincs. Tbe co-chairmen are shown preparu:; v. Harry tar the door-to-door campaign in that area win a call for night attend tbe the offices of tbe Jewish F. "With only SSSIJQM is order to achieve oar US3 goaL are callCapitol Spotlight By MILTON* FRTZDMAN (Copyright, :S52. Jewish Telegraphic ..-.:.) (>abl^ Kir-koff Sandav. April 12 Dade C*aoty Cartnat Ceart vul be peal ea Soeday Apni 12th. 10 a a at the Canary %  laaiaal SM SW 22nd Street. Aaaoaaceaaeat of tbe nest mas llialpah Meeting Set Far Thar^dav m rally behead tbear orga linihri to participate is a asset awctiag an Th aisaei evening Apx 8 p-auc tbe HiaJeak-Miaaa Springs Jewish Ceater. is behalf of the Combined Jewish Apanaeei -'. a Urn6 Pad the Bap al •:--•* r -' %  • r i raam.aad the leadened by Metropoi.', i ST. _Zi' ;....• wiag Coral Gabies or have pit ait 100 per ••. •-•..... %  fiinhiBi ia tbe door^o-door eamise funds for tbe emergency hi Israel and to save tbe lives of thaaaaaat of Jewish refugees 10 tbe Middle East. Partsci patiag o rgan n a t io ns will be Coral Gables Jewish Center Men's Club. Coral Gables Jewish Ceater Sisterhood, Coral Gables B nai B'rith Lodge Xo 12, B'nai B nth Coral Gables Wossea's Chapter. Zamera Jewish Center Men's dab, Zaroora Jewish Ceater Sisterhood and tbe Coral Gables Zaoaist Or ganuation of America. Accordant to an by CJA MetropojtaE II.-.JKIC coehasnaea. Mrs. Ehas William Kreapier. the rally is called to hear an address by Sabbi Morris Shop of the Coral C a b s *i Jewish Center, who will speik oo -Israel—A De m ocr a c y At Tbe Crossroads." Rabbi Shop is co-chan-maa of the Metropolitan Division ia the Coral Gables area. In issuing aa hsvitatioa to all Jewish residents in the (LaleabMianu Springs area to attend the meeting. Mrs Rainbow and Mr. Kneapler pointed out that every Jewish community is tbe United States. large and small, had a distinct responsibility at this time to lead their unified support to tbe community drive for funds to save as many Jewish lives as possible As s i s tin g with arra ngement s for the meeting will be: Mrs Irving Seligmaa. Mrs Jack Kirsehbaum. Mrs Theodore Robinson and Mrs William Landers atanaaed aa emergency raDy last Taarsday eveaatg sa the offices of the Greater Miami Jewish FedMetropofatac Chauaua Harry Zane r aatfc and Rabbi Leon Kroatsh exptasned that aiM iii i ai al votaateers were n e e ded badly ia the final phase of the der to solicit all Reservations for the breakfast star be made by contacting any calling the offices of the Greater Jewish Federation. 58-4331 CJA TEEN AGERS PLAN "DAHCEOHAMA" The Teen Age Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal has selected a Steering Committee to plan their solicitation dme to raise funds in the 1953 -—|—tg-r George Lefcoe. president of the Youth Council at the Town Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, has been chosen chairman, and Rose Mane Strauss as secretary WASHINGTON' — I m p o rtant these methods voiced by the Na] cha t t e ls in Jewish religions life tsonal Council of Churches have joined with leaders of other call upon other ieLz: jc bodies! faith: m opposing Congressional join in the de f e ast of our ch investigatioas of the McCarthy ed American mstnu'.iooi" variety la fact, clergymen are read the lesosatioc, approved saarkseg the first major revolt 700 Rabbis, against McCarthyhaa since the asta Washington F.i-; Paniui saurt oa crril liberties began in shocked by Veld* idea of inve gating religious leaders vhoi as anerceaaoa came coed McCarthT^T. ;.j see if I as aa aftermath of aa ad-' vere Cnmmnn-.st? The Rabbi i at Atlantic City by Mr? Aghis >ipft n ^ thai Velde s' ses E. Meyer, a Republican, bescience will oce daj have to i fore the Amertcaa Association of swer for the foUy of equating School Administrators Mrs MeyCommunism the dean to furtha McCarthy as a and impseasent the creat demo r M ^ n Arm \ tic ideals of An-.*r.ra" He said, f 0 **. who has accase d ja aoce i i t -.\mencans ever>" here m a y bel people of Cnmmaaiim stirred aroused to the dangers inherent ill up hatred aad used every device the proceedings of the Veldes andl to destroy the confidence of Amerthe McCarthys and the Jenr,ers,| scans in each other ~ Immediately, and all Americans vail be insinaatioas against Mrs. Meyers ed a new opportunity to loyalty were made by Senators Me stand the vigorous oppoathi Canhy aad William E Jenner and the churches and ^nagogues Rep Harold H. Velde These are tbe men who woe the chairmanship of key inrestigatiBZ. committees through the Republican victory last November. Religious leaders, who had obof the day in the aght of eth served with alarns the audacity insights" shewn by the mvestigators since Coauaaaism and to the rio forces of godlessness Rabbi nita told how it a the duty teachers of religion and moraliq to comment upon tbe vital is Minority groups were caution* November decided that Uungs ^ *£££ M ?Z£*M were getting out of hand vigorously counter-attacked. TBe >" mer chairman of the Subversii ^ Activities Control Board, that crrt couater attack ntered f^t in the libefties mu$t ^ prwerved 4 Shhiey B. Kahn Orcle Meess In New Quarters The Shirley B Kahn Circle No 1714 of The Companions of the Forest of America, will until further notice meet at new quarters at 223 East Flagler Street, room 314. The next regular meeting will be held on April 9th. at 8 p m Visiting members are welcome. District of Columbia because Mrs Meyer, who is wife of the publisher of tbe Washington Post, lives here. The eiergymea were familiar with her humanitarian activities and knew that she was no Communist. The very Rev. Francis B. Sayre. Jr.. dean of the Washington Episcopal Cathedral; Bishop G. Bromley Omasa; Dr A. Powell' Davies. a leader of the Unitarian j Church: Rabbi David H. Panrtx, of Washington's Adas Israel Synagogue, and others throughout the -ity spoke defiance at McCarthy from the pulpit. Meanwhile, the Central Confer nee of American Rabbis adopted i resolution that said Congressional "witch hunts and spurious in you wont have erri! rights long." He issued this warning representatives of the major Je*J ish orgaaiobons and other group ass embled here in a national ference oa civil liberties. La FaUette compared "Bookburaers" with Nans gave many r e a so ns to sub has conclusionsHe "the sweep of American now plainly evident" and said tMI imliiidaali particularly b*7K| throughout the nation were po| mg afraid to stand up forernll j ertJes Mrs Orya Margolin. Wa*|JJ rcpresenUtive of tbe N, J*Jr| Couadl of Jewish Women, told %  j esttgatioris" threaten democratic I % % %  nieeting that people must %  -eedom more than a few Comma-' !" *de are that they not ist teachers "While -J o,.; should speak up but must do %  nine that Communists are not fit' they want to sun ivc as a ^ n for our children." the' People. ^^ !" ***? ingi Frank A. Gordon. Harry Sonz. Mrs Francine Muchruck, Beach chairman/Coldlha"S Jenner ^Tl *?2L ?"* V TZ?£w£ l o R-V L^n Kronish. Metropolitan chairm^i. Harry Zukerniek. Mrs. Ye^ta Greetzman^ fo^&tXSZ^ZS 3?1^ B"H i — -dorse the vijorous cnticism of would do about McCarthy.



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r>iY APRIL 3, 1953 l mistinrM**r, hy The New Soviet Anti-Semitism? PAGE 7B By W. AVERELL HARRIMAN i wa s in Moscow when FrankD Roosevelt died. I saw the ussian people mourn his passing. ring the war, the Iron Curtain not yet bee" P"Hed down, at ^ not all the way, and the emlin masters were then periling some information about nerican ideas and actions to aplar in the Soviet press and over [e radio. They did this realizing %  it bolstered the morale of the [issian people to know that the nericans were on their side in desperate battle against the ji invaders. One result of this is that the Russian masses lookupon Roosevelt as a symbol Eth of victory and of a brighter [y for all mankind. (Today the Kremlin conspiracy |r world conquest threatens to ktroy everything in which we Ilieve and which millions of RusLns hoped for, everything for Uich Roosevelt was our spokesan. But we can win our strugwith Communism without a lird world war if we apply Rooset's principles as exemplified in le Good Neighbor policy, in the bur Freedoms and in the philosbhy behind the United Nations. (The Kremlin has to depend upforcc. fraud and fear to attain purposes At the moment, we it resorting to the horror of ti-Semitism to put upon others le blame for its mistakes and the llferiiio and hardships it impos\ We are loo apt to think that hatever the Kremlin does is conIrned with external affairs. But Dm my experience in Moscow, I lund that internal problems aljys come first — particularly |e problem of keeping rigid conover the Russian people and diverting their discontents and Issatisfactions into other chanfels. We do know, of course, that the remlin is trying to divide the oples of the free world and set >m against each other. It is ever empting to inflame and exploit ial passions and prejudices to her this objective. But any nefits that the Kremlin's antimitism may gain for it among Nazis would appear, at this *, to be secondary considerate. I have noticed that some people (terpret the Kremlin's anti-Semitcampaign as a sign of impendi collap>e I doubt this very nch. While we can recognize it anti-Semitism reveals the exoce of strains and stresses Mil the Soviet dictatorship, we ^st not expect it to crumble in near future. The Kremlin still a horrible hold through the capable and ruthless secret ftt in history. The Soviet Union has vast powWishful thinking that the *mlin will soon topple could "I s us to let down our guard. !" thinking that the Soviet >oo is an invincible colossus cause panic or paralysis, need is for a mature and % minded approach and con* alertness for a long hard 1 Too many people arc inclin shuttle back and forth ben the extreme views that the *J Onion is so strong that it Oo anything or so weak that W do lime. fetever the origins of the new P Purge „f it s Jewish citizens r* 'atest Communist infamy— I nf!h 0nd qucstion a responsibil!" we American people to help wh 0 arc escaping. Israel, .offered a haven to the vicIthT sm now offers asylum I victims of Communism. To th 's additional burden, Isu., b p Mped not only by w chanty but also by our government which should enlarge ita current program of assistance to that nation to take into account the new humane obligations it is assuming. And, too, we should now enact legislation, as proposed by Congressman Emanuel Celler, to permit additional immigration during the present emergency. The Soviet Union has made tremendous strides in expanding the productive capacity of its heavy industry and of raw materials to supply them. Typically, in the case of steel, it has not only made up for war damage but has doubled steel production since 1940. On the other hand, its production of consumer goods has barely kept pace with population increases. This brings to mind my talks with the late Josef Stalin during the war, when he told me that one of his major postwar objectives was to increase vastly Soviet industrial capacity. The statistics mean that the Soviet Union is concentrating on the build-up of its heavy industry not to improve living standards but rather to strengthen its military potential. This is being accomplished by compelling the Russian men and women alike to work long hours at pittance wages, by herding millions into slave labor camps and by stripping the satellites of materials, machines and skilled manpower. This is building the Soviet Union's military' might '— but at what cost to the morale of its own and satellite peoples, we cannot judge. Our own productive resources, when combined with the resources of other free nations, are three to four times greater than those on which the Kremlin can call. If we are to counter the long-range military menace implicit in the growth of Soviet industrial power, we must continue to expand our own industries and to cooperate with other free nations to expand theirs. For we need an expanding economy for the free world not only to improve living standards and to meet our mutual defense requirements but also to keep the industrial facilities and materials available to the free world as they are now — far in the lead and far superior to anything the Soviet has yet achieved. When I returned from Moscow in 1945, I was very much worried that the Kremlin would be turning to its advantage the postwar chaos and devastation in Western Europe, then move in and take it over. And the Kremlin would have done exactly that if it hadn't been for our creative and far-seeing policy of the helping hand. Instead, however. Western Europe is steadily recovering, and its productive capacity is substantially higher than before the war. There is a new awareness that the peoples of Western Europe must come together for their mutual economic advancement and security. Who would have thought, a few years ago, that the Schuman Plan, under which six European nation^ have pooled their coal and steel resources and facilities, could have come into being? Who would have thought that these same six nations, including France and Ger many, would have agreed, subject to parliamentary ratification, to merge their armies under a single direction? Who would have thought that plans for a political federation would be drawn up a? they are now? In a few years — a split second in rustory — these events have changed the entire course of Western Europe. All this has been, in no small measure, accomplished througl' encouragement on the part of our own government. We cannot die tate what other people do; we should not try. As we love freedom, we must recognize that freedom is also the right of other peoples to make their own choices and their own decisions. We must respect that right. In this way, we can continue to encourage the whole movement toward Western European integration. Similarly, in Asia, the Middle East, Africa and Latin America, we must continue and quicken our efforts to help the people of underdeveloped areas in their attacks upon poverty, disease, illiteracy and in their attempts to achieve balanced economic growth. It is by this means that we can most effectively assist them to become our full partners in strengthening freedom and peace. I am more confident than ever before that the cause of freedom will prevail. That confidence is based primarily upon the way we Americans have responded to the new responsibilities thrust upon us by the sweep of history. We have been ready to take unprecedented steps to meet unprecedented conditions. That is the acidtest of the vitality and flexibility and resourcefulness of our democracy. Biscayne Kennel Club Re-Opens April 10 For Last Half Of Current Racing Season Biscayne Kennel Club, Miami's. ten races nightly, Sunday excludoldest and largest Greyhound Raced, through June 2nd. ing Track, will raise the curtain on the last half of iu 19521953 Hi a i e ah-Miami Springs Center Season April 10th. Biscayne traw „, H %  T \..* ~~""" ditionally opens and closes the dog W *" H ld Thurd Sedar racing season in South Florida and The Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewthe final 46 nights of its splitlsh Center wi celebrate their Anmeeting will wind up the Sport of nual Third Seder at the Center Queens in this area until next Fall, j Apnl 5th at 7 Pm The nation's top greyhounds are Rev Leo Heim wlU c n d "ct the fit and ready to return to the' S eder and speak on Four A P" Northside Oval, having campaignP roa ches To Jewish Life". He will ed successfully at other Greater •* asslsled b y the Center's choir, Miami tracks during the past under the direction of Philip Lycouple of months. Such brilliant ons speedsters as However, Squad Reservations for the Seder can Leader, Prime Factor, Blue Dee,' ^ made bv contacting the CenChaos, Beach Chapel, Creme-De-1 ter s offlce or Mrs A Gordon, at Mint, Coal Blazer, Freddy Ready,! 8 8 3923 | Big Zip and many other Biscayne Mrs. Philip Begun is the chairfavorites will return to thrill the man for the evening. dog racing enthusiasts. The Biscayne Spring Inaugural I BEACH JUNIOR HADASSAH will headline the opening night's j The Miami Beach Chapter of program and track officials predict | Junior Hadassah will have a regthe field will be one of the classular meeting on April 14th, 8 p.m., iest to go postward in recent years.! at the home of Harriet Lipschultz, Biscayne will run a program of | 830 9th Street, Miami Beach. 10 SPECTACULAR RACES HIGHLIGHTED BY THE RUNNING OF THE BISCAYNE *A *p o oo ,s^ x**Z*& Biscayne's Spring Meet Brings You 46 Nites of Championship Greyhound Racing at Miami's Largest and Florida's Only Futurity Track. And Remember... Biscayne —Owned and Operated by Pioneer Miamians for Over A Quarter of A Century — Is the First and Only Dog Track in Florida to have Guaranteed Accurate, Entirely Automatic Totalisators at Every Mutuel Window! See You At Biscayne 1 Stating Accommodations for Thousands Both in thu Grandstand and on the Path See Your Daily Papers on April 9th and 10th for Bus Routes Direct To Track and for Entries for the Spring Inaugural *^ co b* r*> M in or* Ad" 1 ittec I f 1 0NLY % FUIURITY TRUCK; IN FLA., J [RACK VlNFLA 115th Street Between N. I 2nd and N W 7th Aves



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PAGE 8 B Edward Friedman Dies Suddenly Edward Friedman. 56. of 5435 LaGorce Drive. Miami Beach, a World War I veteran who participated in various civic and religious activities on the Beach, died suddenly last Friday evening. He came from New York 27 years ago Mr Friedman, a certified public accountant with offices in the Drexel Building, was a life member of the Knights of Pythias and a member of B'nai B'nth. Beth David Congregation, the Civic League of Miami Beach and the American Legion. Surviving are his wife. Mrs. Bert Friedman, and a daughter. Lenore. both of Miami Beach: six sisters, including Miss Celia Friedman and Mrs. George Schwartz, both of Greater Miami; and a brother. Services were held Sunday at Miami early Wednesday. Gordons Miami Beach Funeral Fromcenko came here to visit Home, with Rabbi Max Shapiro ofIsaac Mankuta and Sol Cantor who floating. Burial followed at are vacationing on Miami Beach. +3mistntrktian fBIDAY, APR! President Of Israel Elite Candy Company Visit* .Miami Mount Nebo Cemetery MARVIN HARRIS TO ENTER LOUISVILLE MED SCHOOL Marvin Jay Harris, son of Mr and Mrs. A. J. Harris. 1825 W 24th n^ t cny through Rokeach Street. Sunset Island No. 3. has been accepted into the University of Louisville Medical School. Louisville, Kentucky, for the 1953 Fall term Mr Harris will graduate from the University of Miami in August. fciia Fromcenko. of Tel Aviv and Fromcenko. who is also manager, is established. Elite products are president of Elite Candies. Limit-' and director of Premon Canneries., currently being distributed ed. Ramat G. Isreei arrired in „„„ of fruits vegetables ft* S""*£*"2L2f H£"Z. icas. Premon canned foods are and citrus concentrates for exporti y,^ far e^^arked for export to throughout Europe, said here that Europe only." he is looking for means of increasj Fromecenko also stressed the Mankuta is sales manager of L ; ing the volume of Israel's exports 1 ne ed for work in Israel. He said Rokeach & Sons, exclusive Ameri-jto •* United States. jthat some 25,000 persons are curcan distributors of Elite products, j "Of prime importance," he said, I rently unemployed there. "The Cantor is of the firm Cantor and 1 "is the American dollar in Israel.' world can assist us," he explained, Smolar. Pittsburgh, which handles I This can only be retained within "as easily as snuffing out a cigarElite candies and chocolates in | the Jewish state to bolster its econ-' ette if we can establish markets omy if a favorable export trade among the foreign nations." Formerly of Riga, Latvia, tit he manufactured candies staff of 800 employees, Fron ko came to Israel twenty ye ago. He is here with his spend the Passover holiday^ are Mr. and Mrs. Mankuta and 1 and Mrs. Cantor. The Manfal are stopping at the Hotel Edn The Cantors are at the Sore Elite distributor in the 1 area is Phil Rothstein. 1357 1 Avenue, Miami Beach. rs Make This Passover One To Remember! toil v a Suit Hi-rip I ion to The Jewish Floridian By TERRY ELMAN right. 1.".J. Jt*U Telegraphic Air.-:.. %  In1 The "great worrier iwhat Sam Levcne is. You talk to Sam for two minutes and you find that he always expects the worst to happen. When "'Guys and Dolls" was trying out in Philadelphia, one of the back-stage visitors was Sammy Cahn. then a famous songwriter, now making his debut as a Warner producer on "Three Sailors and a Girl." Cahn told Sam that he was slated to become a producer and expressed the hope that he would have Levene in his first picture. : actor. He made his stage debut 1 when he was 20 and that makes some 20 years that he has been one of Broadway and Hollywood's most dependable actors. Sam. a bachelor, can whip you up the best food this side of Broadway He has many friends up in Washington who send,him salmon. Here is his way of preparing salmon steaks chiffonade: 4 small salmon steaks It to inch think water and seasonings such as salt, celery' tops, sprig of parsley and a pinch of tarragon 2 tablespoons French dressing 1 hard cooked egg 2 gherkins 3 to 4 olives 1 teaspoon capers It green pepper 1 or 2 scallions. Procedure: Arrange fish in skil"111 be back in Hollywood in a few weeks." said worrying Sam. let; cover with boiling water and "I don't think this play will last! seasonings. Simmer 5 to 8 minlong on Broadway." As you know, | utes. Carefully remove steaks with "Guys and Dolls" is still running perforated skimmer or pancake on Broadway and Sam took a leave I turner to platter, draining well, of absence from the show to be in I Mix French dressing with other in• ENLARGES one's fund oi ,ne first P' clure produced by Cahn. Igredients which have been chopSam's early ambitions was not to j ped. When fish is cool, cover with be an actor, but a doctor. His, the sauce; chill before serving, father, now dead, was a well j Garnish with lemon. Sam says known cantor, but he didn't inj cream of celery' or cucumber soup SfND 52 KtMINDtKS Of YOU* THOUGHT fULHISS A i.iit that Jewish affairs. • DEEPENS one's understanding oi Judaism. • STIMULATES Jewish solidarity and loyalty. and • PROVES you care. CLIP THE COUPON AND MAIL IT TODAY hent his father's voice. A friend and the director of the American Academy of Dramatic Art, Charles Jelinge. urged him to become an paniment. will be perfect for the beginning of this fish dish. Peas or hot asparagus for the vegetable accom f. 0. Box 2973 1 %  Miami II, Florida Enclosed please iimi $340 for | I which you will send THE JlWIiH flORIDIAN tor one year to: I No-, |j llll. PHILIP II. si I;I.\ Announce! His Return from The Armt4 Forces Of 1 he United Staffs AW The Association With DR. OSCAR S. RUSKIN 7* Resume The Practice Of General Dentistry 420 LINCOLN ROAD Miami Beach, Fla. Suite 310 Phone 5-4721 Address I J City I State 'lease notify fhe recipient fhof this I subscript ion is beina sent as my I 1 Passover gift. Signed Address !_______, BLUE MOUNTAIN CAMPS BOYS • • • GIRLS High in the Pocono Mountains. 90 miles from Philadelphia or New York City • Separate Camps en opposite sidei at the beautiful, private Blue Mountain Lukt • Ottering the finest in camp grounds, facilities, food, counselors, activities • Intimate supervision far each individual child 33rd SEASON SAME OWN El SHIP -MANAGEMENT Many children from Miami and Miami Beach have been coming to Blue Mountain Camp, summer after summer They fine] here, not alone Health and Pan, bet alsa Fellowship and Inspiration. ft literature I lafnrmafiaa Communicate with Florida Representative MRS. 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, APRIL 3, 1953 LIGIOUS DIRECTORY ..EAH-MIAMI SPRINGS U, COMMUNITY CENTER joid Passover services SunLj Monday at 7 p.m. Services iv and Tuesday morning are jifd for 9 a.m., conducted K v Leo Heim, assisted by W the Religious School. His Monday morning will be "Let L Ring". Yizkor is schedJfor Tuesday at 10:30 a.m., |lhe Reverend will speak on wring The Fountain Of | BEACH JEWISH CENCjll hold Friday evening i at 6:30. On Saturday ^ at 9 a.m.. Rabbi Lehrman ach on the weekly portion [ law. Services will be held morning at 9 a.m., and Jening services at 6:30. On k services will be held at with Yizkor taking place IjO. Rabbi Lehrman will Tit all morning services, ashy Cantor Silverman. ChildLrvices will take place each I morning in the assembly 10:30 a.m. Daily services [chapel at 8 a.m., and 6:30 days of Passover Cantor Koslow of Chicago, assisted by Henry Minkus, will render the liturgical services. • • • DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE — Rabbi Arie Becker will preach the sermon on Saturday morning His topic will be based on chapter 37 of the Book of Ezekiel, which will be readin the Portion of the Prophets entitled, "The Resurrection of the Dry Bones". Sunday evening, April 5th, a well-known Cantor will conduct the services On Sunday evening, and Monday and Tuesday, Rabbi Becker will preach. On Monday, his topic will be, "The Miracles at the Red Sea and Those on the Earth Today".) On Tuesday morning he will; preach on, "The Significance of Remembering the Souls of Our Departed Dear Ones". Yizkor at 10 a.m., Tuesday morning. Greater Miami's Synagogue Directory Bth David itShM-u'""" I,each r MIAMI JEWISH CENTER Lid Friday evening services with Rabbi Waxman ofK. Saturday morning servt at 9 a.m. Rabbi Waxman ktinue his junior congregaIble lessons at 11 a.m. AfJ services are scheduled for I followed by Shalos Seudos. r services will be held Sunwing at 6:30. Monday and I mornings at 9 a.m., with n Tuesday at 10:30. Rabbi will speak on, "Remcm)ur Departed". • •IE ISRAEL will hold Fritting services at 8:15. Subsermon by Dr. Joseph 'ill be. Passover In HisIn Folklore — In Our A late afternoon service held on Sunday, at 5:30 today morning Temple Isconduct Passover and 1 senices at 11 a.m. • • HEBREW ACADEMY will its Friday evening services p.m. Saturday morning *"> at 9 a.m., conducted 1 Alexander S. Gross, who liver the sermon, "Is The Free' Saturday Mincha "ill be at 6:15 p.m. Serv•he two final days of PassU| he held Monday and 8:30 a.m. Memorial 'U be held Tuesday, at %  Cantor Lsidor Lauer of "11 be Guest Cantor '•. a nd will conduct both W and Musaf services. !"!" an, 8th Grade Acadle t will S peak Tuesday *r. Symbol Of Free %  y services are at 7:30 30 P-m. Sunday morns are at 8 a.m. • • BL"KH"REW %  at 6.30 Pm ., foi lowed n Maanv services. Sab"""g senices are at a S /abbi Isa ac H Evef a tri?, rael S Dea thlesa a^bute,othe"Son E Mincha services are ^•.followed by Maariv fi \$!Z 9 Sunday mo !" I wL 9 '• m an the • day ^ H2 S are at 9 am! "n S' 3 servi are n ^ore 3 ^ WU1 de *•• "Th i the Yukot "^Epilogue Of .^owedbTM 068 ^ • %  .„?' Uy 8epvic ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Daily services are at 8:30 a.m. Saturday services at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Abraham Sach will speak on, "Songs of Songs". Passover services Sunday, 5:30 p.m. and Monday, 8:30 a.b. Rabbi Abraham Sachs will speak on, "Children.of Israel Are Passing Thru the Red Sea". Eighth Day Passover service Tuesday, 8:30 a.m. Yizkor at 11 a.m. Rabbi Sach will speak on "Memorial In Our Festivals". • • BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will usher in the concluding day of Passover Sunday afternoon, at sunset. Services will be conducted Monday and Tuesday, at 9 a.m., Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches officiating. Yizkor will take place Tuesday morning, at 10 a.m. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the theme. "Death Is Not An Unhappy Ending". A special student service will be conducted Wednesday and Thursday mornings, at 10:30 a.m. The service will be conducted by members of the USY Chapter and supervised byMr. Jerome B. Gordon, Mr. LouMUm.. Beth Sholim iit a i,l^ a ," h Av 5M-B. Liberal, 4144 ,•>.,.a* 0 Kr "'lh. Miami Beach—Rabbi Irvine lehrman Omaervatlve. 1701 Wash R M ?Hh C '', Parl <-lR4th Street and NE North Shora-Kiihl.i Mayer Abramn. jSb/tsr^ 62 : §?% MlS. rael ~ *• N! M'amlAve., Watt Miami-Rabbi Alfred Waxman, <,n„.rva,.ve. ^0 sw ,7th St.! **5 i5Ia a n lr^. e h n ,OX


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%  PAGE 10 A f Jewish narktian \ H ouse o f Living Judaism Dedicates Chapel Gi NEW YORK — A chapel of beauty in the House of Living Judaism, national headquarters of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, was formally dedicated Sunday. March 22nd. following its presentation to the Union by Oscar M. Lazrus, chairman of UM Board of Benrus Watch Company, in memory of Jacob and ludith Kronheim, the parents of his late wife, Mrs. Paula Lazrus. In a private ceremony. Lazrus declared that his gift was inspired by the "truly religious life" of his late wife's parents. On behalf of the Union, which is the parent body of American Reform Congregations, Dr. S. S. Hollender, chairman of the Executive Board, thanked Lazrus "for an inspiring act which will bring religious uplift to those who worship in the chapel." Rabbi Maurice N. Eisendrath. president of the Union, officiated at a special service of consecration and delivered a dedicatory' sermon. "In a world of turmoil and tu-1 mult." said Dr. Eisendrath, "when \ each individual and each nation | must make momentous decisions, daily, we are in ever greater need of sanctuaries in which we can ponder what the Lord doth require j of us. Man's destiny may well be dttermined not on what transpires | on playing fields but what inspires us in prayer sessions. This chapel, i the product of benevolence, will j be a source of renewed fidelity to the principles which can transform our age ir-!in one of fear to one of faith." The chapel is embellished by tlelJOHNSTON SILVER EISENDRATH GLUECK LAZRUS SHAPIRO ROOS HOLLENDER Among participants In General Assembly of American Reform Judaism. Shown above are some of the leading figures connected with the 42nd General Assembly of the Union oi American Hebrew Congregations which will take place in New York City. April 19th through 23rd. Three thousand delegates are expected to participate in proceedings which will commemorate the 80th anniversary of the founding of the Union by Rabbi Isaac Mayer Wise. Eric Johnston, president. Motion Picture Association of America, will speak at the banguet meeting. Dr. Abba Hillol Silver will deliver an address on the significance of the tercentenary of Jewish settlement in America. Dr. Maurice E. Eisendrath, UAHC president, will open the convention with a State Of The Union message. Dr. Nelson Glueck, president of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, will take part in a pre-convention broadcast on the Mesicate figure work in thwood above I sage Of Iircal program Sunday, April 19th, on the ABC network. Dr. S. S. Hollender. Chicago, the altar and by four stained glass windows, containing symbolic presintation of four phases of Jewish history. A Torah Scroll in the Ark \..is one resetted from a Herman synagogue destroyed by the Na.'is. On the door entering the chapel lrom the lobby of the building. Jewish ri'ual objects are executed jn low relief and enriched with burnished gold leaf. The 80th anniversary of the birth of organized Reform Judaism in the United States will meanwhile l>e observed at the 42nd biennial -ssemblv of the Union of American i ary, Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, noted t he proceedings on April 19th. The Hebrew Congregations which will Cleveland Rabbi, will deliver an!P r 2 ress of the organization will • ence to the Royal Family upon the again be formally assessed at a death of Queen Mary. In addition banquet meeting which will climax • t0 conveying the condolences of the convention on Thursday night, I t he British communities of the April 22nd, when the guest speak-; Commonwealth, Chief Rabbi Israel er will be Eric Johnston, president B rodie issued a special prayer for of the Motion Picture Association use during memorial services for is chairman of the Union's Executive Board. Oscar M. Lazarus. New York, is chairman of the Conven'ion Committse. Judge G. Shcpiro, Bridgeport, Connecticut, is program chairman. Sydney W. Ross, president of New Yoik Federation of Reform Synagoguss, will welcome delegates. In addition to marking the mileits 40th birthday, and the National I stone of their own organization, Association of Temple Secretaries, the congregational delegates, numBritish Jews Mourn bering almost 3.000, will participate in the first official commemoration of the tercentenary of Jewish settlement in America. At a session devoted to the tercentenThe Union's accomplishments during the fourscore years of its R}pa?h |Jf flllPPII history will be evaluated by Dr. ^CUIll VI yUU^II Eisendrath. who became head of j LONDON (JTA) — Jewish organthe organization ten years ago, in j 7 at j ons j n this country and presidential address called, The ,, ... ... STnim.. n-i !" !" c,..;.. !" .„! rou sh"t the British Commonwealth sent messages of condolState Of The Union. This will open take place in New York City from April 19th through the 23rd. The first national Jewish religious agency to be established in America, the Union is the parent body of 450 liberal congregations throughout the Western Hemisphere. address entitled, On The Threshold Of The Fourth Century Meeting in national convention simultaneously with the parent body will be two Union affiliates: the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods, which will be marking The entrance to the new chapel showing the doors inlaid with raised symbols. The hands above the door are poised in a traditional Hebrew benediction. of America. Another anniversary will be commemorated on Monday night of the convention when Reform leaders will salute the Union's Commission on Jewish Education, creator of textbooks and other pedagogic materials. The Commission was formed just 30 years ago and has since been directed by Dr. Emanuel Gamoran. In honor of the occasion. Dr. Gamoran and other panelists will lead a discussion on, The Philosophy Of Reform Jewish Education. The religious practices of Reform Jews will be the subject of a major convention session which Pwill address itself to a report of a survey undertaken by the National j Federation of Temple Brotherhoods among members of American Temples. S. Herbert Kaufman, of Pittsburgh, past Brotherhood president, and Rabbi Morton M. Bcrman of Chicago, will participate with others, in a symposium designed to ascertain whether Reform Jewry is experiencing a return to traditionalism. A highlight of the convention will be the bestowal of the $5,000 Corinne Frieder Literary Award upon David Weiss, whose novel. The Guilt Makers, was adjudged the best book on a Jewish theme in a contest sponsored by Alexander Frieder of Cincinnati, a member of the Union's Executive, in memory of his wife. The book will be published by Rinehart & Co., on April 22nd. the day of the prize's presentation. the late Queen to be held in all synagogues. Eliahu Elath, Israel's Minister to the Court of St. James, sent a message of condolence to Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden. Later, he called at Marlborough House, the residence of the late Queen, and at Buckingham Palace. The flags over the Ambassador's residence and over the Israel Embassy here were lowered to half mast. Fightin' Gate B B RUCE K U0N Since my last ,., ^ people of lhe JJjL UP here at the Univi,S| Ida, many people that Llf have been in the news J convocations were addren. speakers from all pha*^ The Jewish population campus gathered together tk two nights of Passover J being sponsored by the Foundation. R.bbi Knt, ficiated. Speaking of Hillel, iu L Madeline Weinman, hat lected for the honorary sorority, Trianon. Only M were selected for this top"] a co-ed can have on this m Bob Olian, former Forensic! pion in high school, readpinnacle of Florida success] he was selected to the Fame. This award was upon Bob by the Semii pus yearbook. RAH! RAH! Mrs. Beatrice Stitglih can| more open her daughter scrapbook and add more clip) Sandy garnered many high i plaudits, and this time the I has selected her to become i its cheer leaders. Her best I Stan (Raleigh Hotel) Angel t is first alternate. TEP has supplied the cap'J this year's squad in Marvin | bi) Goodman, son of Mr. S. A. Goodman. AEPhi is j sented by Edyne Lurk Gator Greeks Barry Horbein, of Tail | Phi, is now playing short the Gator nine. In a recent! tin gaine against major opposition. Barry went 3 Among the new brothers of are Sherwyn Syn. His com was initial into ZBT;L| ner. Bob Blank and Mel | sohn. The big news over at Beta Tau house is I 1 are in. Frank Lloyd Wr al plans for the Zebe ho presented to the Fraternity j First Annual Blue and WhT mal. The affairs set the j for campus social affairs' low. Work on the affair wl by Arnie Stahl, who has Zebes to the top of the I social ladder. No one can | take all the credit for through the plans for the nfl House, but I'm of the opinj* much of the credit must be] to the chapter's president, [ Guthmann. Campus politics is ow*j kicking up its heels, wdj" you know are right in ticing. Lack of space me from telling you people now but I proM so next time. Til nex you around campi.' V I' Si?:?: The interior of the Chapel presented by Mr. O and hie late wile. Mrs. Paula Lazrus, in me |" ,' ents. Jacob and ludith Kronheim. Three of tne stained glass windows are shown. M