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

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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
VOLUME 27Number 15
MIAMI FLORIDA. FRIDAY. APRIL 10. 1953
PRICE: TEN CENTS
ISRAEL-RED RELATIONS MAY BE RESUMED
Sharett To View Near
[East With US Leaders
WASHINGTON (JTA)Prospects for Arab-Israel peace and the
creation of a Middle Eastern defense command were among the topics
believed to be under discussion as Israel's Foreign Minister Moshe
Sharett participated in a series pf top-level consultations here this
The Israeli Foreign Minister, who was to have had his first meet-
ing with President Eisenhower at
the White House this week, had
other meetings scheduled with
reetarv of State John Foster Dul-
les. Secretary of Defense Charles
E Wilson, General Omar N. Brad-
ley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs
of Staff and Henry A. Byroade,
Assistant Secretary of State for
I Near Eastern Affairs. He was
also due to address the National
Press Club here.
Before coming to Washington,
Mr Sharett conferred in New
York with the Israel United Na-
tions delegation. He was to leave
on a Latin American tour on April
12th. Mr. Sharett had said prior
to his departure for Tel Aviv that
he would not raise any Israel pro-
posals during his Washington talks
but would touch generally on the
present situation. During his La-
tin American trip, he said, he
would discuss world affairs which
relate to Israel.
Mr. Sharett told newsmen that
he did not think any specific pro-
posals had been handed to the
Arab States. He said it was true
that the I'nitcd States was inter-
ested in peace and stability in the
Middle East, as well as in other
part- of the world, but he did not
know of any suggestions raised by
the United States Government.
The Israel statesman expressed
doubt whether the present Soviet
"peace campaign" might change
the situation with regard to Is-
rael-Soviet relations. There were,
Continued on Pag* IA
Moscow Releases Doctors Charged
With Killing High Soviet Officials
TEL AVIV (JTA) Premier David Ben Gurion said here that there is hope for renewed diplomatic
relations between the Soviet Union and Israel, and there might also be a possible change in the attitude
of the Soviet Government with regard to permitting Jews to migrate to Israel.
Mr. Ben-Gurion made this statement at Tiberias, where he is spending his Passover vacation. He was
addressing a group of new immigrants who stopped off to greet the Premier while on their way to a
Tel Hai memorial meeting for victims of the Warsaw Ghetto. _________
The statement by Premier Ben-Gurion followed an official state-
ment issued by the Israel Government after it was learned here that
Moscow had released the doctors who were arrested on charges of
killing high Soviet officials under alleged instructions from the Joint
Distribution Committee and the Zionist Organization. Welcoming the
fact that the Soviet Government has established that these accusations
were false, the Israel Government statements said:
"The Government of Israel
Study New
Writins Of
Claims Law
j hopes that redress of injustice will
I be completed by the termination
of the anti-Jewish campaign and
will welcome resumption of nor-
mal relations between, the Soviet
Union and Israel.
erance by the Soviet Union of
diplomatic relations with Israel,"
the statement concluded.
The Moscow announcement
came as a bombshell here, partic-
ularly among extreme Mapam and
Communist Party members who
"The Government of Israel has supported the Russian accusations
BONN (JTA) The Executive
Committee of the Conference on
Jewish Material Claims Against
Germany will meet at Bad Godes-
burg near here to consider the
West German Finance Minis-
try's second draft of a law pro-
viding indemnification for vic-
tims of the Nazi regime. Negoia-
tions between the Conference
and the Ministry are expected to
begin April 14th.
The reparations pact sign-
ed by the Bonn Government, on
one hand, and the Israel Gov-
ernment and the Claims Confer-
ence on the other, provides for
the German Government to sub-
mU to the German Parliament
a comprehensive measure to in-
demnify victims of the Nazis.
Tens of thousands of Jewish for-
mer concentration camp inmates
and other victims of the Hitler
regime have been waiting for
such a measure for eight years.
heard with deep satisfaction of
the official announcement made
in Moscow that charges brought
against Jewish doctors have been
proved falsa and that the so-called
'confessions' by the doctors of
their 'guilt' were obtained by im-
proper means. The attitude of the
Israel Government regarding this
matter, as announced in the Is-
raeli Parliament, on January 19th,
has been fully virfdicated.
"In connection with the accusa-
tions made against the doctors,
against the doctors. Hope was ex-
pressed in some circles that Mor-
decai Oren, arrested Mapam lead-
er, might now be released by the
Czech authorities.
Urges Renewal
Meanwhile, Berl Locker, co-
chairman of the Jewish Agency,
today hailed the Soviet Govern-
ment's "courage" in exonerating
the 15 Moscow doctors, six of
whom are Jews, charged with the
murder of several top Soviet lead-
ers. At the same time, he urged
false charges also were leveled : the ending of the anti-Jewish cam
Egyptians
Rap Boat
Seizure
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) The
Egyptian Government protested to
the United Nations Security Coun-
cil last week that the Israeli au-
thorities had seized an Egyptian
ship, the Samir, last January,
while it was en route from Beirut
with a cargo of supplies for Arab
refugees under the supervision of
the IN Relief and Works Agency.
The Eyyptian letter asserted that
the vessel had been captured out-
' side Israel waters, that the crew
had been arrested and that Israel
had refused to allow an investiga-
tion of the incident
In a comment on the Egyptian
complaint, an Israel spokesman
chirked that the Egyptian action
when Egypt was maintaining a
blockade in defiance of the Secur-
ity Council revealed "a contempt
for the authority of the Council"
nd represented "an abuse of its
processes." '
The Israeli said that the vessel
had been sailing in Israel terri-
TOrial waters at the time of her
capture and was therefore subject
to Israel maritime jurisdiction and
Setirin
Observers here expressed the
p w that the latest Egyptian pro-
test was another phase of the cold _.
* waged by the Arab Slates, to this eountry.
against world Jewish organizations
such as Joint and the Zionist Or-
ganization. The false accusations
against the doctors also served as
the basis for an anti-Jewish cam-
paign, one step in which was sev-
paign and suggested that Soviet
leaders "review" their diplomatic
rupture with Israel.
Describing the latest Soviet
move as "a very rare occurrence,"
Mr. Locker, in a statement to the
AJC Writes Letter;
Waits For No Reply
NEW YORK (JTA)The Jewish Agency has issued a statement
expressing regret over the fact that the American Jewish Committee
last week made public a letter addressed to the Agency without
waiting for a reply. "This strange procedure also forces the Jewish
Agency to make its reply public," the statement said.
"The Jewish Agency rejects the protest of the American Jewish
Committee on the ground that it
Gieseking To
Play In States
WASHINGTON (JTA) Walter
Gieseking, Nazi pianist who was
forced to cancel a 1949 concert
visit to the United States b*ause
of nation-wide protests and dem-
onstrations, will be admitted this
month because he is "not exclud-
able" under the McCarran-Walter
Immigration Act, visa division of-
ficials said here this week.
Officials emphasized that trie
new Act makes Nazis and other
varieties of Fascists admissible
and that only Communists and sus-
pected left-wingers are to be rig-
idly banned: Gieseking will play
at Carnegie-Hall, New York, on
April 22nd. It will be his first
American appearance in 15 years.
A music hall favorite of the Nazi
hierarchy. Gieseking was angered
when Jewish organizations spoke
out in 1949 against his admission
is under no obligation to consult
with the American Jewish Com-
mittee before calling an interna-
tional Jewish conference," the
statement declared. "At the time
when the Zurich conference was
convened it was absolutely essen-
tial to hold it as quickly as pos-
sible for the conference to fulfill
its purpose.
"Had the Jewish Agency, con-
sulted the American Jewish Com-
mittee, it would also have had to
consult many other Jewish organ-
izations not alone in the USA but
also in England, France, Latin
America. Canada and other coun-
tries which are entitled to the
same treatment as the American
Jewish Committee.
To consult all organizations
would have required weeks, and it
is for that reason the Agency de-
cided to call the conference with-
out such consultations. The fact
that the organizations invited had
the conference even without such
prior consultation were fully un-
derstood by all.
"It must, furthermore, be point-
ed out," the statement continued,
i'that while taking the initiative in
convening the conference in Zur-
ich, the Jewish Agency had clear-
ly provided that the agenda and
the procedure for the conference
would be determined by all or-
ganizations represented at the
conference. The American Jewish
Committee was so informed.
"The Jewish Agency is always
read and eager to cooperate with
all Jewish organizations, a desire
manifested on many occasions. It
will continue this policy in the fu-
ture. At the same-time, however,
it must retain the right to decide
to undertake actions on its own
responsibility, whenever it deems
them necessary and shall not be
dissuaded from this policy by
warnings that the American Jew-
ish Committee will not participate
in any further conferences unless
that the reasons for the calling of'ment concluded.
press, pointed out that the quash-
ing of the charges against the
doctors "showed how justified
were those who took a severely
critical stand on the libel and who
focussed the attention of the
world on it."
He insisted that this was but
the first step in righting the
wrong done the Jews. "The ex-
ploding of this charge itself points
Continued on Page 3 A
d & UN Sees
Gesture
Of Peace
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
Leading members of various dele-
gations at the United Nations ex-
pressed the opinion that the re-
lease of the 15 doctors in Moscow
may be followed up by Soviet re-
sumption of diplomatic relations
with Israel which were broken off
on February 12th, at the height of
the Moscow campaign against
Jews as "agents of the American
espionage system."
These views coincide with opin-
ions expressed in Washington by
foreign diplomats that the Mos-
cow move can be regarded as a
Soviet gesture of peace toward
Israel and Jews throughout the
world. In expressing these opin-
ions, the diplomats pointed out
I that Moscow had lost ground in
the world as a result of its anti-
Jewish campaign.
(A cable from Moscow to the
New York Times said Sunday that
diplomatic observers there consid-
ered it possible that relations be-
tween the Soviet Union and Israel
"might now be quickly set on the.
path of normalcy.")
Israel's Foreign Minister Moshe
Sharett, who arrived in New York
last week-end, will not seek an
interview with Soviet delegate
Andrei Vishinsky. the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency understands.
Reports were current here that the
two may meet, but it is learned
that the Israel Foreign Minister,
who will shortly leave for a tour
of Latin American countries, will
not attend any of the meetings of
the UN General Assembly now
taking place here. He will, in all
probability, leave New York with-
in a few days for Washington
where he will remain till the end
of his visit in this country.
Upon his arrival in New York,
Mr. Sharett made it clear to re-
porters at the airfield that the
initiative for the resumption of Is-
rael-Soviet relations will have to
come from Moscow since it was
the Soviet Government and not
Israel, which broke off relations.


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3AY, APRIL 10, UBfj
srael-Red Refatlqns May Me Resumed;
eport Moscow Releases Arrested MD's
Continued from Page 1 A
. die baselessness of .all that So-
P aI1(| Communist quarters have
Ljlegcri against such 3v
tanfcit'>'ns as
the Joint Distribu-
m committee, the Zionist organ-
isation and the Jewish world as a
Role." I"1 said- J .w .
jjr Locker expressed the hope
hat the Soviet authorities would
further steps in this direction
[ a would review the "extreme
Leisure" <>f breaking off relations
\rith Israel. Such a change in pol-
lute! have a strong appeal to
j people of Israel and peace-lov-
i people throughout the world,
^stressed.
The libels against the Jews nei-
Ither began with the case of the
[accused phvsicians nor does it end
there. Mr Locker said. He recalled
Ithe Prague trial and the Com-
[munist attacks on the Zionist
Imovcment and Israel in the satel-
lite countries. "We never faltered
Ijn our claim to Jewish emigration
I from those countries," he con-
cluded.
The Israel Medical Association.
Hn a statement issued here, hailed
the exoneration of the doctors. Dr.
11. Avigdor, president of the IMA.
Laid that the "Russian Govern-
ments act is an important step to
full understanding with the medi-
cal world in general and Jewish
doctors and the Jewish people in
{particular."
Welcomes Exoneration
The entire Hebrew press wcl-
Icorned the Soviet exoneration of
15 Moscow doctors of charges of
causing the death of top Soviet
headers The arrest of nine of the
doctors last January was the high-
point of the Soviet anti-Jewish
I campaign
In general, the press utilized
I this incident to underline the Is-
raeli request for the free emigra-
tion oi lews in the Communist
fcountries who wish to come to Is-
Irail The Mapai newspaper. Davar.
and the General Zionist Haboker
I both regarded the Soviet action as
[a blow against Jewish leftists who
supported the charges against the
doctor- .gainst Jews and against
themselves as Jews."
The independent Haaretz saw
in the n:o\e a desire on the part of
tin Malenkov government to win
over public opinion at home and
abroad It also held forth the pos-
sibility that the freeing of the
doctors resulted from an internal
conflict among forces in the gov-
ernmenl resulting from Stalin's
death or that it could be a move
designed to appease the Western
power- and cause them to slow
down their rearmament thus pe"r-
nttting the Soviet Union to be-
come the strongest world power
within a few years. The newspaper
slso endorsed the Israel Govern-
ment- bid for resumption of dip-
lomatic relations between the So-
Met and Israel.
"Plot" Charged
A new Jewish medical plot has
heon found in Vienna by the Com-
munlst authorities in Hungary,
the Budapest Communist organ
Szabad ep reported last week.
In this case, the head and two di-
rectors of a Budapest hospital
were accused of Revealing "party
secrets."
The paper reported that Dr.
Imre Zador. head ot the hospital,
had already been convicted of the
charge. Two hospital directors.
Dr. Babies and Dr. Lenhof. were
said to share the "heavy responsi-1
bility" with Dr. Zador and to have!
been dismissed from their posts.
Dr. Zador's punishment was not
indicated.
According to the paper. Dr Za-
dor allegedly obtained party se-
crets from a highly placed Com-
munist official who was a patient
at the hospital, while the patient
was under the influence of drugs,
and.communicated these "secrets"
to the other two doctors.
A former employee of the Is-
rael Legation in Budapest was shot |
and killed by Hungarian frontier i
guards last week as he attempted i
to escape from Hungary into Aus-1
tria. it was learned here. His|
eight-year-old son was also killed
and his wife and daughter, aged
14, wounded. The wife, who suf-
fered a mental collapse following
the shooting, and the daughter
were reported to be patients in a
hospital in the Hungarian town of
Csorna.
The slain man was identified in
the reports received here as Ga-
bor Freud, who was a native of
Hungary.
In Rumania, the Communist re-
gime has ordered another purge of
"enemy elements," according to
the newspaper, Scanteia. The Bu-
charest paper said these elements
are persons linked to Ana Pauker,
the former Foreign Minister who
is now in disgrace. Vasile Luca
and Teohari Georgescu.
Information received here from
Prague through trustworthy sourc-
es disclosed that the Czechoslovak
Government had itensified the
purge of Jews from all public po-
sitions and had speeded up de-
Abraham Reisen
Dies In New York
NEW YORK (JTA)-More than
8,000 persons Sunday attended the
funeral of Abraham Reisen, fore-
most Yiddish poet and novelist,
who died last week at the age of 77
after an illness of several months.
They included hundreds of chil-
dren from Jewish schools in the
city, some of which carry Reisin's
name.
The death of Abraham Reisen
was mourned in Israel, Europe and
Latin American countries, and
hundreds of messages of condol-
ence were received from Jewish
cultural organizations and individ-
uals in those countries. Messages
were also received from the Inter-
national Pen Club and other
groups of writers. Many of Rei
sen's poems and short stories have
been translated from the Yiddish
into various languages, including
Hebrew, English, Russian, Ger-
man, French, Spanish and Polish.
PAGE 3 A
portation of Jewish families from
the larger population centers to
villages- in the provinces. The
Czechoslovak Army, it was report-
ed, has already been "cleansed"
of Jews. Jews in public jobs were
being removed on grounds of al-
leged connections with "Zionist
circles," even as Russian "peace
feelers" were sent out through
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LEO MINDLIN .................................. News Editor
Nisan 25, 5713
Volume 27 Number 15
FRIDAY, APRIL 10. 1953
Pardon Moscow's Error
Last week, Moscow moved to mend its
iences with the West. Recognizing that the
jecent anti-Semitic campaign brought applause
enly from the Arab League and from Neo-
Nazis in Germany, the Reds publicly apolo-
gized for the "mistake" they made in wrongly
accusing a group of Jewish physicians with
improperly diagnosing the ills of several Sov-
iet officials.
Within a matter of days, the Kremlin went
on record as stating that Zionism can hardly
be regarded as an international plot to destroy
world Communism. No mention has been
made of Rudolf Slansky and his Czech hench- fK0 M*|
men who were hung for treason last Novem-
ber. Nor does Moscow recall Klement Gott-
wald's "untimely" death upon his return to
Czechoslovakia after the late Prime Minister
attended Josei Stalin's funeral. We wonder if
:hese men, who died in the name of Soviet
progress, are now being exonerated as a re-
sult of the current Russian revaluations.
There is, of course, little humor to be found
in these obvious political moves. But we can
not help chuckling over the slow pace set by
-.he presumably infallible Communist propa-
ganda machine. Long after Moscow's an-
nouncement of the grievous Russian error, the
Red press in France, Germany and the satel-
lite countries were still attacking the "Jewish
internationalists" and the "Zionist plot".
FRIDAY. APRIL |*
During The Week ...a. i Se
IT WOULD SEEM THAT THE ALBERT EINSTEIN
Medicine is well on its way to becoming a financial realit *^
week's dinner at the Empress Hotel is any indication of **1*ll
trends so far as total American-Jewish support of the inr*"*1**"
concerned. Upward of $400,000 was pledged by Greater Mi '*
the current $10,000,000 campaign /or Yeshiva University's /' ^H
center in New York City. mdai.j
Toastmaster at the evening affair was former United Stat
tor from Florida Claude Pepper. Mr. Pepper made many ad'i^"*"^
comments about the need for more physicians and the or!*"1*
Yeshiva was establishing with regard to the free choice of its^*81
and faculty. No quota system, said he, no racial or rriigiouV 5S
would determine the makeup of the Albert Einstein Medical'sik*^
But the venerable statesman was at least as willing in hi refer '
things political. Unabashed, he made much of past history renct|
his days in the Senate when Franklin Delano Roosevelt wj
For those who remember Mr. Pepper's brilliant tenure
matter of recollection became a painful thing.
calling
President.
In office, the
mnmv
There are few southern Congressmen in our time who can boi
a more liberal record than Mr. Pepper's. He was FDR'j 50u!j
board for Democratic policy here, carrying the principles of the 9
and Fair Deals through the last Senatorial election in Florida wbn
^* the FEPC question virtually destroyed his political career Since the
! Mr. Pepper has been attempting unofficially to recapture a warn"
popularity that suffered as much by his defeat at the hand of G*
Smathers as by the general rightist Republican trend in America dw
ing the past few years.
Mr. Pepper's recent and frequent appearances at even the most
minor functions here are an indication of his ardent desire to return
to politics and serve as convenient vehicles for his puhlic reminiscences
and post mortcms. He need, however, concern himself little over Dade
County support in any future Senatorial race. Mr Pepper'i real chal-
lenge, should he attempt to run again, lies elsewhere The north Flor-
ida and west coast area sent Mr. Smathers to Washington m 19J0 The
former Senator's part-time popularity campaign must he waged there

ALBEN W. BARKLEY WAS PRINCIPLE SPEAKER at the Albert
Einstein Medical School dinner. Mr. Bark ley did his own share of
political remembering but in a less urgent manner The past-seventy
statesman entertains no hope of added years in politics and has set-
tled down graciously to the rewards of a television news reporter and
< JA l.o.il To Be ...... ImI
With the month of April soon half over, Jke book author. Appearing after the announcement of gifts to the
It is clear that the present reeva'luation and Miami's Combined Jewish Appeal campaign new medical center, he played the role of social commentator rather
he USSR decision to act in more cooperative is still short of its 1953 goal by about S323.000. than impassioned pleader.
fashion with the West stems from the Kremlin's Howard Kane, chairman of this year's CJA' for(,M
failure to elicit American sympathies toward
an anti-Semitic program. This is proof that the
Communists have less understanding of US
.attitudes than has been popularly thought. But
:t is also clear that the Russian move to accuse
drive, urged residents here to make an all out 'Z'lZ E ? afT X2. He dwel*.,ess on "u ^n orWt ,ik* ,ko ci -500 000 effort so that the SI.398.000 figure set for the than on tnc dep,orable condition of medical training in the United
Greater Miami area might be fulfilled.
States. There was some emotional reference to the new institution's
The Combined Appeal campaign is so near namesake to Dr. Einstein and his flight from German persecution
its goal and yet so far if we do not stand be- in the "30's but this was a token stage effect made in the name of
:he former accusers of the Jews results from hind this final effort for which Kane called. The tne evening's general sacrificial tone.
Georgi Malenkov's will to purge his erstwhile overall total, it seems to us, is a modest one I Primarily, Mr. Barkley remarked on the dearth of physicians, the
comrades who figured high on Joseph Stalin's considering the Greater Miami potential. Fail- i decline in the number of medical schools as compared with the stag-
popularity list. ure to achieve it will mean that we have little I Bering rise in population since 1905. and the impossibly poor health
It would be disastrous for American and leeling for the concept ol Life Giving Dollars__Ifrom whicn Americans generally suffer. It is rather amusing that the
orld Jewish leadership to confuse the USSR's the source of financial aid that facilitates the former Vice President did not see fit to discuss the prevalent doctor
mnu.moni < iQ,.,;.,v, m;~,.,... ____r_____ shortage in terms of the American Medical Association's cancerous
World Jewish leaOership
Jatest stand with internal Communist weak-
ness and to presume that the time has come
:or political and military awareness to lessen.
Russian "friendship" is a matter of expediency.
Israel must be especially on guard in any fu-
ture move to reestablish relations with the
Soviet Union. The Communist rupture of diplo- J^ i^ we can, with ^puil divorce our.
the Jewish state sometime selve? fcom ,his mogt mn*nt campaign.
ago was; among other things, a political insult.
Ik.' Moot* Zionists
President Dwight Eisenhower's meeting last
week with top American Zionist officials did
much to allay the fears of US Jewry that Is-
rael's security might well be sold down the
river in the name of the State Department's
decision to woo Arab League favor.
sician's practice. Perhaps the most outrageous pmie-ional society
various organizations at home dedicated to the in our time is the AMA. This organization, whose activities ultimate*
principles ol Judaism. affect each one of us. has intimidated public opinion to the point
Surely, we can not be so far removed from I where it is considered divine *and untouchable. Even the most super
the very center of Jewish significance as a;ficial examination of this amiable fraternity's methods will unveil i
tradesmen's combine that could make the sternest industrial trust's
envy for power rise.
Circumventing such an essential issue, Mr Barkley poke in spir-
Kane's urgent call for the S323.000 still needed
fulfill
Now!
I itual terms about the improvement of public health so that every
be answered; child;.will be brought up in a wholesome *nd moral waj frpe fromthe
handicaps that may lessen his opportunity to be useful and honor-
able." This precept was based on Mr. Barkley's sell created truism
that everyone is interested in physical superiority, physical beauty
and perfection. It seemed to me that the nation's health is too im-
portant a matter for trading away on ancient, Spartan attitudes In-
deed, modern medical ideology operates according to the theory that
Herr 4ies Pal Mi r.irr in
By far the greatest progress made in medicine during the past haH
century has been the result of two world wars. In each case, tens of
thousands of veterans have been oriented to continue their existences
in the face of staggering handicaps. In this regard, skillful therapy
We note with a degree of shame that Wal. life must be perpetuated no matter how inferior or imperfect the
The President's earlier meeting with Moslem fr tfie.!j e9 permitted entrance to individual human being's physical makeup is
leaders and Secretary of State John Foster 2 "ni.,ed S,a,ef, J a concert at New York
Dulles' decision to visit Egypt while politely CltJ S Carneaie Hall.
by-passing an invitation to spend some time Herr Gieseking is the soulful-looking artist
in Israel set the stage for a major crisis in who o^ame one of Hitler's pet stooges during .
which the Jewish State momentarily saw its ,he days oi ,he Third Reich. Unlike other "Ar- "" p"1se!Ifd e Iives of servicemen who would have prev,ou.Jm
fight for economic independence and the hope Van" musicians who refused to submit to the avo"^d,hJhie.e",,re apprac^ to Public health "therefore .NT*"
for Arab-Jewish peace abandoned. *YY of Nazi ideology and who preferred Barklev ma hT f Phy"" P1rfect,on' J* IS"
Mr. Eisenhowe^ gesture at least partially *& J -*" SS&Sffl^SStt^
assures us that our government recognizes the *ina PlaV^d the piano for the elite of the SS perhaps a pity that he did not express a similar concern over those
significance of Israel in the guest for Near ^OIps. mixing aesthetic virtuosity with politics
Eastern friendship. in a seemingly graceful manner.
wiwauTT^ Zx wiT _, IL,Was ,he Same Herr Gieseking who. before
*IJgni Conservation W**k de-Nazification officials, claimed that the true
,......,.- a Vny mai ne aia noi express a similar concern .
who were "perfect" enough to be accepted and later maimed or**
IrnvaH
This is Sight Conservation Week. School art'ft fouId know nothinq of political matters
troyed.
THE MOST SIGNIFICANT PROBLEM POSEO BY Mr. Barkis
revolved around the issue of government-sponsored research m J*
children throughout Florida are producing pos- and !hat he had nev fraternized with his jffi 5**. *?" rti" ^T mm"nA KJTl
" ters in an effort to impress the public wiU, the ers,while tcrt* Not only did he get away
need for protecting one of man's most precious W1,h 'his ,ale of nis verY convenient imagina-
senses. tlon- but he ha also finally succeeded in ob-
We often take for granted the ability to see. ,aining entrance to the United States.
Sight Conservation Week must impress us with ^"he McCarran. Act is, afterall, a likeable
the fact thai too many persons take advantage urde thing. Its sponsorship of the arts must be
of their eyes by using them under improper applauded. Without Herr Gieseking's appear-
lighting conditions or by straining them with- ance Carnegie Hall, he would ultimately
out the assistance of glasses when visual aids lose his position as a world renowned pianist
-ySTS- Mccarty b. done o Ue %?%> TT "" *
thing in proclaiming Sight Conservation Week. speciJ Praise- wtule refugees from tyranny
At a time when we concern ourselves so much are demed sanctuary here in the name of
with political and financial matters, it only American security, the Fascist Herr Giesekinq
seems fitting that we take time out for con- and his ilk find the doors to our nation wide
. ttdjsraion oi. our physical well being, opn. : u .-
an -si**
of his reference to the number of*young' men turned down for miliWO
duty. The former Vice President mentioned the Truman <-'m""'',^l
on Health esUhushcd in January, 1952, and alluded to the faet
public pressures had heretofore precluded the possibility of creauns
a Health and Welfare Department in the federal government on w
ground that such a department would reflect a tendency low*
welfare state. r
Mr. Barkley failed to potet out that these "public PurWlTjJ
the product of American Medical Association propaganda vvor
against the possibility of what virtaully amounted to trust bre"^
Nor did he mention the individual foundations now engaged in rerf
whose funds come from nickel and dime coin collection M"^.
whose activities would be strengthened and given direction 99e.
accorded national sponsorship. In repudiating the issue of soo.
medicine. Mr Barkley confused the question of government-spon
research for which he has been fighting with socialized hospim ^
(also held in contempt by the AMA). The fact remains, howe*e
he did recognize the need for a concerted war against dis
could, be most properly waged, by utaaaed govern
mental *#*


APRIL 10, 1953
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PAGE 5A
Stephen Alexanitr
hen Alexander
Hitzvah At
blc Beth Sholom
n Alexander, son of Mr.
Leon Alexander, will be-
Br Hitzvah tomorrow morn-
il 11th, at Temple Beth
Leon Kronish, spiritual
[will officiate, with Cantor
Kelemer and Sydney J.
erg. Both Sholom director
ation and Mr. Alexander's
BJaw, assisting.
|Bar Mitzvah attends the
fs Religious School and is
|nt at the Nautilus School.
member of the Cotillion
eption will follow the cere-
thc Lincoln Manor.
ui : town gueata will be
Mr- Philip Baker, Mr.
Baker. Mr. and' Mrs.
Richmon, Mr. and Mrs.
kubauer and daughter, Eb-
Dr and Mrs. Jack Olit-
o( Philadelphia. Pennsyl-
[ 67 uncles, aunts and cous-
Bar Mitzvah and resi-
bre will also attend. They
lie a family circle which
tided in the Greater Miami
hen Mr and Mrs. Samuel
er. parent- of the Bar Mitz
ather, came to Miami in
Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood Plans
Election Meeting Wednesday Afternoon
The annual election meeting of
the Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Sholom will take place on Wednes-
day, April 15th, at 1 p.m.,. in the
Temple's Banquet Hall.
The following slate of officers
will be presented by Mrs. Saul
Herman, chairman of the Nomin-
ating Committee:
President, Mrs. Marjory H. Kiee;
vice presidents, Mrs. Max Apple-
baum, Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, Mrs.
Joseph Shawmut and Mrs. Max
Weitz; recording secretary, Mrs.
Irving Bachrach; corresponding
secretary, Mrs. Eli Meltzer; finan-
cial secretary. Mrs. Benjamin Sab-
in; treasurer, Mrs. Maurice B.
Shein; chaplain. Mrs. Leon Kron-
ish.
Board members to fill their un-
expired terms: The Mesdames
Joseph L. Arkin, I. A. Durbin, Jos-
eph Fenias, Gilbert Goldman.
Emanuel Goldstrich, Milton Kraus,
Irving Marcus, Bessie Nelson, Irv-
ing Rothman. Fred Somerstein,
Louis Stoff, Ben Wolf, Simon
Wolff and Abraham Zinnamon.
Board members to fill a two-
year term: The Mesdames Nor-
man Babel, Samuel Beckerman, I.
C. Greenberg. Samuel Kelemer.
Herman Ries. Benjamin Seidler,
Wolfie Cohen. Charles Silvers.
Jack Udell. Camille Baum, Reuben '
Levin. Alex. A. Straus. Sidney M.
Schwartz. Milton Jacobs and Ben-
jamin H. Mandell.
For a one-year term: The Mcs
dames Morris Alpert. Jack Chut
kow, Jules Channing, Helen Raj-
na, Irving Wcstin, Victor Hollan-
der. Louis Shapiro. Harry Orleans,'
William H. Kogen, Ralph Spero. j
Samuel Falick, Ida Kars, Irving j
Blasberg. George R. Stearns, Ar-
thur Courshonf Ralph Benach,:
Charles Gertler, David Levinson
and Max Dreyer.
Sidney Edelman was in-
ducted into the Armed Forces
last week. He is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Edelman,
229 19th Street, Miami
Beach. The Edelmans flew
to Philadelphia, where the in-
duction took place. The 20-
year-old serviceman was
formerly associated with his
father in business.
Holt To Speak
At Coral liable*
CJA Kiekott
Circuit Judge George E. Holt
will be principal speaker on Sun-
day at a kickoff breakfast spon
sored by the Coral Gables Metro-
politan Division of the Combined
Jewish Appeal.
The breakfast is scheduled for
10 a.m., at the Colony Restaurant,
3500 SW 22nd Street.
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Ray F. W. Pearson, president of the University of Miami,
studying the April 22nd program with Mrs. Sol Silverman.
Mrs. Silverman is president of the Greater Miami Women's
Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged: Dr. Pearson will
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FRIDAY.
APRIL
10,
Mist Bernice I. Kevey
Bern ice Kevey To
Wed Morgan Levy
May 24th will be the wedding
Milt Sandra lacks
Lacks, Gardner
Betrothal Is Told
Mr and Mrs. William Lacks, of
Miss Harriet Rand
Chooses April 19th
Harriet R. Rand, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Rand. 1630
S\V 17th Terrace. Miami, and Dr.
Victor D. Dembrow. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Isaac Dembrow. Brooklyn,
New York, have chosen April 19th
for their wedding date. The couple
will be married at the Westview
Country Club by Rabbi Max Sha-
piro.
After a wedding trip to Texas,
the newlyweds will reside at Good-
fellow Air Base. San Angelo. Tex-
as, where Dr. Dembrow has been
assigned as a medical officer.
Miss Rand graduated from Mi-
ami Senior High School and the
Cniversity dT Miami with a degree
in accounting She was affiliated I
with Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority
britk at the University of Miami
and the University of California
in Berkeley.
Dr. Dembrow attended Brooklyn
College and received the MD de-
gree at the Long Island College
Tots About T
C*
date of Miss Bernice J. Kevey and 19156 Froude Avenue. Surfside. an- j of Medicine in 1945. He took his
nounce the engagement of their' post graduate training at Kings
daughter. Sandra, to Michael M. County Hospital and the Memorial
Gardner. j Hospital. New York. Dr. Dembrow
The bridegroom-elect is the son served with the Army Medical
of Dr. and Mrs. S. Allen Gardner.' Corps in Tokyo during the Amer-
7218 Trouville Esplanade, Norman- ican occupation of Japan
dy Isle.
Morgan I. Levy. The couple will
wed in Mansfield. Ohio, where the
bride-elect's mother. Mrs. Esther
Klein, resides.
Miss Kevey is the daughter of
Victor P. Kevey. 8040 Harding Av-
enue. Miami Beach. Mr. Levy is
the son of Mrs. Bertha Levy, 1625
SW 15th Street.
Miss Kevey is a graduate of Ohio
State Cniversity. where she was
a member of Phi Sigma Sorority.
She is now a member of the Lear
School faculty here.
Mr Levy attended the Cniver-
sity of Colorado, where he belong-
ed to Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity.
THE YOUTH AS THINKER
. is posed by Gerard Lerh-
burger, grandson of Mr. and
Mrs. Gerald Lewis. 617 East j 430 NW 44th Avenue.
Di Lido Drive. bi.> Phot
ALL AMERICAN BOY
Andy Vollweiler, son of
and Mrs. Walter P. VoDwd
'" Ard
The couple are Miami High
School graduates and will be wed
' during the first week of June
(Mr. Gardner is now a student at
I the Cniversity of Miami.
Miss Metz Becomes
Mrs. Myron Simons
Mrs Moses Krieger. of 1114 Al-
Personally
Speaking .
Mr and Mrs. Al Wise, of 608
SW 18th Avenue, left Sunday for
a week of vacation in Jamaica.
Bahamas. West Indies. The Wises
were joined there by Mr and Mrs
He is now associated with Camp! ton Road. Miami Beach, announces | George Goodfriend and Mr. and
Wohelo for Girls and Wohelo
Health Haven. Waynesboro, Penn-
sylvania.
He served in the Navy for four
years as a gunnery instructor.
Child Problems Are
Discussed at GMJCC
The Nursery School PTA of the
Town Branch. Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center, will meet
on Tuesdaj evening. April 14th. j
8 p.m.
Featured will be a discussion
and a film on everyday problems'
in raising children. Parents of the
Nursery School will form a panel.
Mary Aronson, case worker super-
visor for the Jewish Social Service
Bureau, will act as moderator
the marriage of her granddaugh- Mrs. Dave Goodfriend. New York
ter. Rayanna Metz, to Myron Sim- City. Mrs. George Goodfriend is
mons on March 27th. The wedding Mrs. Wise's sister,
took place at the Rivo Alto Island & & t:
home of the brides cousin. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Free-
W. Gordon Schmitt. who was mat-, man 0f 5311 gW 5th Street, an-
ron of honor. 1 nounce the birth of their son. Stev-
ftewlywed Mrs. Simons is the I en Alan, at Doctors Hospital on
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Solomon March 31st. Mrs. Freeman is the
H. Metz. Washington. DC. She at- j former Dorothy Edelson. daughter
tended George Washington Cni- of Mrs. Anna K. Edelson. 6807 Ab
versity. the Cniversity of Wiscon-' bott Avenue. Paternal grandpar-
sin and the American Academy of ents are Mr and Mrs. Martin G.
Dramatic Art.
Warsaw Ghetto Affair
Workmen's Circle Branch No.
699 will hold a Memorial Evening
on Saturday evening. April 18th.
8 p.m., at the Lyceum, 1545 SW
3rd Street. The affair will mark
the Warsaw Ghetto Battle
The Soufh's Outstanding Jewish Camp for Beys and Girfs
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DIRECTOR WINTON L. MOELLER
Principal, Woodward High School. Cincinnati, Ohio
Educational, social and recreational activities suoorvlsed by trained
leaders. Horseback ridtng. water sports, golf instruction. Modern
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Miss Trudy iugarman
Sugarman To
(I Gerald Kornfeld
Trudy Sugarman will be-
Mrs. Gerald Kornfeld on
14th. at the Flatbush Terrace
oklyn, New York.
rris Melitzer. of 2725 SW 3rd
I the bride-elect's grandfath-
Innounced the engagement
[this week. She is the daugh-
! the late Mr. and Mrs. Hen
|Sugarman.
bride elect attended Miami j
High School and is a grad-
New York State Univer-
|she is vice president of Stai
jer. B'nni IVrith.
I Korrrfeld is the son of Mr.
Irs. Jack Kornfeld, Brooklyn I
\ntivvllo Men,
lyrvyaiion
\n ttvvahfant
Ion Balsam and Jules Klion,
lents of the Men's Club and
egation Monticello Park, an-
that the two organizations
to-sponsoring a Meet Your
|bor Breakfast on Sunday, Ap-
Ith, 9 a.m., at the Center.
|tured will be an address by
an R. Lyons. Miami attorney
tadio commentator,
(charge of arrangements arc
Abramowitz, membership
nan; Balsam, president of the
Club; Norman Feinberg,
im chairman; Milton Horn-
vice president of the Men's
| Klion, president of the Con-
Joel Miller, attorney
amber of the Executive Com-
f, and Irving Steinberg.
Ladies' Auxiliary will pre-
Jand serve breakfast. The
pee includes the Mesdames
Bender, Louis Bregman,
n Feinberg, Sam Millman,
|Moskowitz, Nathan Ostrov,
Pincus, irv Steinberg and
i Weiss.
P21aine, Benjie Lebow
Are Bar, Bas Mitzvah
Elaine Judith and Benjie Aaron,
children of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Lebow, will become Bar and Bas
Mitzvah on Saturday, April 11th,
9 a.m., at the Hialeah-Miami
Springs Jewish Center.
Both children have been attend-
ing the Center Religious School
and. passed the Bar Mitzvah exam-
inations given by the Bureau of
Jewish Education here.
Elaine attends the Hialeah Ele-
mentary School and is a member
of the Audio-Visual Aid Club.
Benjie is a student at the Hia-
leah Junior High School, where
he Vs a member of the Student
Council. He represented the
school in Washington, DC, when
be was chosen best Patrol Boy.
Out-of-town guests will be Mrs.
Anna Eackloff, of Stamford, Con-
necticut, grandmother of the child-
ren,, and Mr. and Mrs. Finklestein,
of Torrington, Connecticut.
Reverend Leo Heim will offici-
ate at the services. The Lebrows
will be hosts at a reception fol-
lowing the services.
Elaine one" Benjie lebow
Adler's Life Discussed
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before the Miami Society for Eth-
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Adler at the Lindsey Hopkins
School next Sunday, April 12th, 11
a.m.
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Levy in New York on March
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Gilson, 6411 Allison Island,
Miami Beach. The couple
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Illinois.
Rutenberg-Gruenburg
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Cpl. Greenberg is the son of
Mrs. Charlotte Green and Max
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were present for the nuptials as
were the bride's parents. Rabbi
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wedding. A dinner was held at
the Brook Restaurant following
the ceremony.
Cpl. Greenberg is stationed at
MIAD.
Zahler-Wyman Nuptials
On March 15th, at the Miami
Hebrew School and Congregation,
Miss Syma Zahler and Edward Wy-
man were married in a ceremony
conducted by Rabbi Simon April.
Mrs. Wyman, the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. E. W. Zahler, 2564 SW
26th Lane, formerly of Cleveland,
was attended by Mrs. Gerald Zah-
ler. Best man was Mr. Seymour
Wyman. The groom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. A. Wyman, 6476 SW
10th Terrace.
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the birth of their son, Mitchell
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birth of their son, Gerald Michael,
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vJmislinorHtori
""PAY, APWr.
'0.
Toiew
Near East
Continued from Pag* 1 A
he --aid, no signs of any change in
the situation. He added that Mrs.
Golda Myerson. the Minister of
Labor, would remain at the United
Nations, where she was sent to
handle the question of Soviet anti-
Semitism, as long as she was
needed there.
Air Dulles Visit
Meanwhile, the forthcoming trip
of Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles to the Middle East the
first trip ever taken by an Amer
ican Secretary of State to the
countries of the Middle Eastis
arousing considerable interest in
Arab circles, according to reports
received here
Mr. Dulles is expected to arrive
in Cairo on May 5th. and will head
a conference of American envoys
in the Middle East to study out-
standing Arab problems State De-
partment officials have said the
Dulles trip is aimed at strength
ening American relations with the
Arab world and speeding the
building of a Middle Eastern de-
fensive alliance against Commun
ism.
(In Cairo. Egyptian Foreign
Minister Mahmoud denied a New
York Times report that a "dis-
tinguished individual" had estab-
lished new contracts between Is-
rael and Egypt by acting as a go-
between in a series of private con-
ferences between Dr. Fawzi and
Israel officials Dr Fawzi said that
Egypt did not contemplate peace
talks, adding that he had his
"own ideas" as to the motives be-
hind the report and that it was
not the first time such a thing had
happened, nor was it likely to be
the last.
(In Tel Aviv. Foreign Ministry
circles also denied the Times
story, asserting that they knew
nothing of such contacts or any-
other reported peace moves. The
Times report said that Premier
Ben-Gurion and Foreign Minister
Einstein Dinner
Nets $427,000
Greater Miamians at the Em-
' press Hotel last week pledged a
total of $427,000 during a dinner
launching a national campaign to
raise $25,000,000 for the proposed
i Albert Einstein Medical College in
New York C*y
Toastmastef was former Senator
I Claude Pepper who introduced Al-
i ben W Bark ley. Vice President
of the Dated States during the
Truman administration. Guest
speaker Barkley said that plans
. include breaking ground for the
college near the new S4O.000.000
Bronx Municipal Hospital next
Fall.
Contributions at the dinner rais-
ed the fund already collected for
the school to more than $3,750,000.
campaign officials said here.
Although the college is to be
built and sponsored by American
Jewish leaders, the former Vice
President declared that "faculty
and students will be selected on
the basis of scholarship and abil-
. ity and without regard to race,
color or creed."
Mr. Barkley indicated that the
' Einstein School will fill the need
' for new medical institutions ere
; ated as a result of the drop in such
institutions from 160 to 80. with
' the nation's population doubling
I during the period of 1905-1940.
Pepper lauded the man for
i whom the new college recently
', was named and said that it "will
be a factor in liberation from di-
sease."
Rabbi Irving Lehrman gave the
invocation. Rabbi Moses Meschel-
off said the benediction.
Samuel C. Levenson. R. Williams
Apte. Isidore Goldberg and Mrs.
Louis Glasser are South Florida
co-chairmen for the drive.
Consolidation Aired
At Beach Lodge Civic
Forum Wednesday
I Is The Consolidation Proposal
| Good For Dade County? This will
be the topic of a civic forum fea-
tured by Miami Beach Lodge. B'nai
B'rith. on Wednesday evening. Ap-
, ril 15th, 8 p.m.. according to Gil-
i bert B.i 1 km. president.
Appearing in support of the is-
sue will be D. H. Redfearn. Abe
Aronovitz will speak in opposition
to consolidation. Both men are lo-
cal attorneys.
Ralph Renick. new6 editor of
television station WTVJ. will be
principal speaker during the
group's Tuesday luncheon on Ap-
ril 14th. at the National Hotel.
Silverman Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Fannie
Silverman, formerly of 8926 Dick-
ens Avenue. Miami Beach, will
take place Sunday, April 12th,
1 p.m.. Wood lawn Cemetery, with
Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating.
Mrs. Silverman is survived by two
daughters. Mrs. Anita Malmuth. of
Miami Beach, and Mrs. Sarah
Skvirsky. of Boston, Mass.. a son.
Emanuel. of Buffalo. N.Y.; three
grandchildren and 4 great grand-
children. Arrangements are in
charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend.
Sugarmcm Double
Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
' to the memory of the late Henry
| Sugarman and his wife. Anna,
, formerly of 2715 SW 3rd Avenue,
i will take place Sunday. April 12th.
i 3 p.m.. at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park
CemtRery, wita Rabbi Simon April
officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Sugar-
man are survived by a daughter.
Gertrud^ three brothers, Morris,
Eli an Joseph; three sisters. Rose
Wexter., Sarah Brenson, both of
.Miami, arriii Mfc. Jacob Fruman, of
Chattanooga, Tenn. Mrs. Sugar
) man is also survived by her fath-
er, Morris Meltzer, and three sis-
1 tea. -GjrivW ["Goldmfr ami Sadie Shenker. Mr.
I Sugarman was a member of the
i Miami Hebrew School and Congre-
. gation. Arrangements are in
' charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
i ment Company. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend.
Wand Unveiling
The dedication of ,
to the memory f ta* i
Bland, formerly f .,
Court, will take place S.
nl 12th. 2 p.m.. at sit'
tery with Rabb, SW
ficiat.ng Mrs. Bland L
by a daughter. Mrs. Sarahl
ker, also two gr.ndch.il*
rangements are in charge,
er's Miami Monument (V
Friends and relatival are
attend.
Sharett. informed of the Egyptian
Foreign Minister's views on peace
I conditions, were "by no means
I torally negative" in their reac-
! tion.)
Podgarsky Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
I to the memory of the late Solomon
i Podgarsky. formerly of 1755 Wash-
I ington Avenue, Miami Beach, will
[take place Sunday, April 12th,
12 p.m., in Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating.
| Mr. Podgarsky is survived by his
wife. Jessie, a son Lester, a sister
Florence and two brothers. Harry
and William. Mr. Podgarsky was
1 a veteran of World War I. Ar-
. rangements are in charge of Palm-
I er's Miami Monument Company.
' Friends and relatives are asked to
I attend.
Geller Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Isaac
Geller, formerly of 70 NW 32nd
Place, will take Place Sunday, Ap-
ril 12th, 12 noon, Mt. Sinai Me-
morial Park Cemetery, with Rabbi
S. T. Swirsky officiating. Mr. Gel-
ler is survived by a son, David.
Arrangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany. Friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
Margolis Unveiling
The dedication of' a ^
to the memory of the" [af.
Margolis. formerly 4Cm
Street. Miami BeaclC rill
place Sunday. April fl
P.m. Mt. Nebo Cemeteji
Rabbi Irving Lehrman offi
Mr. Margolis is survived m
wife, and one son RkW|
rangements are in charge off
mond Monument Cm
Friends and relatives are
attend.
Kreisberg Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Mollie
Kreisberg, formerly of 634 Wash-
ington Avenue, Miami Beach, will
take place Sunday, April 12th,
2 p.m., Mt. Sinai Memorial Park
Cemetery, with Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff officiating. Mrs. Kreisberg
is survived by her husband. Mor-
ris, a son, Irving, a daughter, Bea-
i trice Kemper, and a sister, Mrs.
Clara Lippman. Arrangements are
I in charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
I ment Company. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend.
Francis Unveiling
The dedication of a no,
to the memory of the late
Francis, formerly of 1353 w.
Street, will take place Sunday]
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her husband Bons. Arrange
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Goldberg Unveiling
The dedication of a moi
to the memory of the late NJ
Goldberg, formerly of 940
Street. Miami Beach, wilH
place Sunday. April 12th. Mtl
Cemetery, with Rabbi S.
officiating. Mr. Goldberg
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brother. Arrangements
charge of Thurmond Mom
Company. Friends and reli
are asked to attend.
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FLORIDA
FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1953
SEC. B
fA Chairman Howard Kane
Directs Appeal To 20,000
Miamians; $323,000 Short
Oor UN Newsletter
By ARTHUR LEWIS
(Copyright, 1953, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inv.)
lore than 20,000 Jewish famil-
fin Dade County learned early
week, by direct communica-
from Combined Jewish Ap-
Chairman, Howard Kane, that
$323,000 is needed to achieve
' 1953 goal.
thairman Kane's letter directed
llhe Greater Miami residents of
Greater Miami community
nted out that the final phase
campaign is about to be
ched by the Metropolitan Di-
1 volunteer workers. These
and women are pledged to a
Eta of $75,000 and Metropolitan
airman Harry Zukernick has as-
Chairman Kane that a mass
will be made to secure this
Howard Kane's communication
to. the Dade County area points
out that the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal is an "omnibus campaign" in-
asmuch as the contributor's single
gift simultaneously supports 45
vital agencies in this country and
in Miami and also speeds emergen-
cy relief to families in Israel and
in the Middle East. Kane remind-
ed Greater Miami residents that
their one contribution helps meet
the minimum needs of Miami in-
stitutions which serve us daily,
such as: Mt. Sinai Hospital, The
Jewish Home for the Aged, Bureau
of Jewish Education, the many
branches of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center, Jewish
Social Service Bureau and the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women.
Carl Weinkle, President of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
the instrumentality which con-
ducts the campaign annually, join-
ed with Chairman Kane in making
the following statement:
"Jews are again fleeing for their
lives. Today, as yesterday, Great-
er Miami's Combined Jewish Ap-
peal must be prepared to feed,
clothe and care for all who es-
cape, to move to Israel and other
countries. Greater Miami must act
today we must give now, to
make our community campaign the
greatest life-saving event in his-
tory."
ich Government
;sures WJC Head
Help For Finalys
ifficials of the French Embassy
[ Washington assured him that
Government of France Is re-
ived to take every legitimate
i to secure the return of the
Finaly brothers to the juris-
rtion of the French courts. Dr.
^urice L. Perlzweig. director of
International Affairs Depart-
fcnt of the World Jewish Con-
ess, declared after a visit to the
nbassy last week.
Perlzweig visited the Embas-
to discuss the irregular bap-
|m and abduction of the two Jew-
children by local Catholic au-
orities in France, and conveyed
the French officials the anxi-
! about the fate of the two boys
hich is felt by Jews all over the
prld. He said that since the boys
been spirited across the Pyr-
es into Spain, reports had
Uched the World Jewish Con-
It" which suggested that they
light now be in Portugal or in
pulh America.
[The Finaly case. Dr. Perlzweig
lid the French officials, is now
ft of international concern, and
World Jewish Congress has ac-
rdingly decided to take active
Ps in a number of countries
i a view to securing the return
' the children.
I The case, which has been com-
wed to the Dreyfus Affair of the
century in its impact on
chState relations in France,
pse from the irregular baptism
fd abduction by Catholic officials
Grenoble, France, of the two
hldren of Dr. and Mrs. Fritz Fin-
p. Jewish refugees from Austria
[ho, during the Nazi occupation
France, were arrested by the
i&. shipped east and never
tin heard from. The children's
it, a resident of Israel, traced
boys and sought to reclaim
*m after the war. Despite the I
g of a French court order-,
their return, however, the
thers were sequestered in a ser-
\of French Catholic institutions
subsequently taken to Spain.
It'nai II'vHit Orientation Program
Announced For Sunday At Empress
bership of the agencies, functions.
tach B'nai B'rith
teumes Luncheons
weekly luncheon meetings
^lami Beach Lodge 1591, B'nai
will be resumed on next
May, April 14th, at 12:15 p.m.,
e National Hotel.
est speaker will be Ralph
Nek, news reporter of station
JjJ, as announced by Lodge
"nt Gilbert J. Balkin.
A Greater Miami B'nai B'rith Or-
ientation Institute will be held on
Sunday, April 12th, at the Empress
Hotel, Miami Beach, under the
joint sponsorship of the B'nai
B'rith Council of South Florida
and the Metropolitan B'nai B'rith
Women's Council.
A. J. Kaplan, president of the
Council, and Mrs. Tena Katz, pres-
ident of the Women's Council,
have jointly announced that
George J. Talianoff and Mrs. Har-
ry Kaufman will serve as co-chair-
men of the Institute.
Serving as consultants are Gil-'
bert J. Balkin, Director of the
Florida Regional Office, Anti-Def-
amation League of B'nai B'rith;
Dr. Donald Michelson, Director of
the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation
at the University of Miami; and
Jerry Carver, Florida Director of
the B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
tion.
All B'nai B'rith Lodges and
Women's Chapters in the Greater
Miami area will participate in the
Institute sessions, which will open
at 10 a.m. with a presentation of
the service programs and activi-
ties of B'nai B'rith. At 11 a.m.,
running to 12:30 p.m., round table
sessions will be held to be devoted
to the work of the various B'nai
B'rith agencies. Luncheon will be
served from 12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m.
During the afternoon, sessions
will be held on the duties and
responsibilities of B'nai B'rith
Lodge and Chapter officers, and
the day-long program wiU con-
clude with a summary and evalu-
ation session. The Institute will
be concluded by 5 pjn., it has
been announced.
Purpose of the Institute is to
provide a thorough review for all
newly-elected B'nai B'rith Lodge
and Women's Chapter officers,
committee chairmen and mem-
bers, as well as the general mem-
Sharet Chapter Holds
Inter-Faith Sedar Service
During the Passover holidays,
the young women of Sharet Chap-
ter, B'nai B'rith, held a Model Sed-
ar at the Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter, conducted by Dr. Donald
Michelson. director of Hillel at the
University of Miami.
Special guests were young adults
from the Christian Youth Council,
and their friends.
This service is part of Sharet s
interfaith program. Members in
charge were Sylda Botwin, relig-
ious chairman, and Barbara Lan-
deau, ADL chairman.
UNITED NATIONS Despite
the hostility of the Arab delegates
here, we are still hearing about
moves behind the scenes for a
Palestine peace settlement, al-
though the view of most experi-
enced diplomats and observers is
that no agreement will be reached
until the return of the Secretary
of State, John Foster Dulles, from
the Middle East at the earliest.
And he is not due to visit there
till May.
The latest of these reports is a I
complicated piece of coming and j
going between Tel Aviv and Cairo i
which should warm the heart of
any reader of diplomatic thrillers.
A "distinguished individual," ac-
cording to the American press, has i
been seeing both the Egyptian For
eign Minister, Mohammet Fawzi,
nd the Israeli Prime Minister.
David Ben-Gurion, and the Israeli
Foreign Minister, Moshe Sharett.
This individual is supposed to
have learned that the Arabs would
no longer press for the resettle
ment of the refugees but would de-
mand financial compensation, that
they wanted the "internationaliza-
tion of Jerusalem, and some terri-
torial adjustments. According to
the press, this go-between is said
to have found the reaction in Tel
Aviv not unfavorable and has sug-
gested that there should now be
direct discussions.
Now, there is a similarity be-
tween this story and one about a
peace proposal allegedly worked
out between Dr. Ralph Bunche, the
Nobel Peace Prize winner, and
General Mohammed Naguib, which
calls on Israel to pay 120,000.000
pounds in reparations for confis-
cated Arab property and to cede
a narrow strip in the Southern
projects and services of B'nai
B'rith, it has been stated by Mr.
Kaplan and Mrs. Katz.
Agencies and services of B'nai
B'rith which will be discussed at,
the Institute will include the Anti-1Desert for a corridor linking Egyp-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, t,an and Jordanian territory.
the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations,
the B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
tion, the Americanism and Civic
Affairs program, B'nai B'rith Phil-
anthropies, and Aid to Israel.
The Israeli Foreign Minister has
denied any knowledge of this lat-
ter proposal. The Egyptian For-
eign Minister has denounced re-
ed" mediator. Mr. Sharett has
gone on to state that Israel could
not entertain any peace proposal
which did not assure two basic
conditions: the sovereignty of the
state, and no substantial territor-
ial changes such as the ceding of
the Negeb would be.
Israeli delegates here and those
who are sympathetic with the Zi-
onist cause have been heartened
by Senator Alexander Wiley's cate-
gorical denial that any changes in
American foreign policy in the
Middle East are being contemplat-
ed. They are delighted too by the
Senator's suggestion that officers
of the Israeli Army should be in-
vited to the United States for
training purposes in order to aid
in the defense of the Middle East.
Senator Wiley, who is chairman
of the Senate Foreign Relations
Committee and a prominent
spokesman for the Eisenhower Ad-
ministration, spoke recently to a
New England Emergency Confer-
ence for Israel in Boston. "The
traditional friendship of the Unit-
ed States for Israel," he said, "re-
mains strong and firm, as it does
to all men and all nations of good
will."
All that Senator Wiley has done
is to confirm the view here that
the United States has not turned
to a pro-Arab policy; this is re-
garded with satisfaction, as it is
felt that any chance of a peace
settlement would depend in the
!ong run on American statesman-
ship. That is why it is felt here
that any so-called moves which
may be going on now are merely
laying the groundwork for the Sec-
retary of State's coming visit to
the Middle East. There is no
doubt that Mr. Dulles' trip is re-
garded as an important one, par-
ticularly in light of the fact that
he will have had a long discussion
with Mr. Sharett in Washington
before setting out. His journey
may mark a turning point in Pal-
ports concerning the "distinguish-, estine affairs.
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Capitol Spotlight
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
(Copyright. 1952. Jewish Telegrap: ,v. Inc.)
WASHINGTON State Depart- fairs Subcommittee that "the De
ment and Pentagon official?, who partment of State has abundant
have hushed up the anti-Semitic evidence that the Nans, in antici-
potentialities of a remilitarized pation of military defeat, made
Western Germany, find themselves careful plans to carry on in for-
confronted with the publication of eign countries a wide range of ac-
an embarrassing book. It appear- :: nrrniMj to support an
ed in Washington co-incidental eventual resurgence of German
with the arrival of German Chan- power At about the same time
cellor Konrad Adenauer. another State Department official.
Entitled Germany Plots with Julius C. Holmes, read secret doc-
the Kremlin." the book is by T uments and warned that Nazis
H Tetens. an American of Ger- would pose as anti-Nazis until they
man origin who did confidential were again sufficiently strong to
work for the government during defy the world.
World War II. Tetens reveals Nazi During World War LL Nazi geo-
documents never before published politicians declared that if the war
and reports that the State Depart- was lost militarily in Europe, it
ment and Pentagon have rebuilt must be won politically in Wash-
Germany along lines planned by ington. German Foreign Office
Nazi geo-politicians The book as- file> contain documentation that
sails Dr Adenauer as the "old fox" Wilbelmstrasse diplomats felt ab-
who has duped the United States soiulely sure Germany, if defeated.
It charges that Bonn will betray would enjoy protection of influ-'
the West by negotiating with the ential circles in the United States.'
Soviet Union when it best suits Admiral Walter Canans. chief
German interests Another revel of the Intelligence Division of the
at ion is a blueprint for German Nazi High Command, in a direc-
domination of the Middle East. A,the issued March 15. 1M4. made
plan already being implemented known the basic German post-war
by Adenauer, it sa>.- strategy. It involved the technique
Or. the basis of the endorsement of rebuilding a German military"
1 > the Bundestag of the Israel machine by exploiting American
reparations agreement and treaties fear of Communism. At the same
-.ble the remilitariza- time, it envisioned an eventual
tion of Germany. Dr Adenauer can policy of Bono-German collabor-
'.'rasa D after America had made Ger-
and gener- many sufficiently strong,
ire so delighted with the pros- The 1944 Canaris directive said:
pect of German mihtar- "There is great fear in the U.S.A.
ism a? a bulwark" i >m- of Bolshevism. The opposition
they have paid no atten- against Rooaetelfl alliance with
to the nature of storm troop- Stalin grows constantly. Our
to be re-armed. chances for unccou arc good, if ,
:.er General Adolf Beosing- -uccced to stir up influential
er. leading military planner in the circles against Roosevelt's policy
Bonn Government. ha> praised Col. This can be done through clever
Gen Alfred Jodl. Nazi Chief of Pieces of information, or by ref- i
Staff, who was hanged for war erences to unsuspicious neutral ec-
crimes by the Allies HeuHngcr clesiastical contact men.
came to Jodl s defense during post- "We havc at out command in
mortem legal proceedings in Feb- ,ne United States efficient con-
mary. In a written affidavit read tacts which have been carefully
to the court. Heusinger said Jodl keP* UP even during the war. The
was a thoroughly decent man fill- campaign of hatred stirred up by
ed with soldierlv spirit Roosevelt and the Jews against :
When the British arrested seven ever>thing German has tempor-
Westview Scene
Of Trades Social
A cocktail party and dinner hon- j
oring workers of the Trades Divis-t
ion and their wives will be held
on Thursday. April 23rd. at the
Will taw Country' Club, it has
been announced by Trades Divis-
ion Chairman. Sam J. Heiman.
The invitation affair has been
planned as a final report meeting
and social and will feature enter-
tainment and dancing.
Approximately 400 Trades Divis-
i ion Chairmen and key workers are
I expected to attend the final event
'in behalf of the 1953 Combined
Jewish Appeal. More than 40 unit
I chairmen have been designated as I
hosts and will be in charge of ar-
j rangements.
The huge Trades Division, repre-
senting more than 40 industries,
trades and professions, is just
short of its $700,000 goal and
Chairman Heiman is directing a
final cleanup campaign.
Turk To Address
Spinoza Forum
Harold Turk. Miami Beach city
councilman, will be the guest
speaker this Saturday afternoon.
3 p.m.. at the Spinoza Outdoor
Forum, on the lawn of the home
of Dr. Abraham Wolf son. 11th
Street and Ocean Court. Miami
Beach.
Mr. Turk will speak on. "Miami
Beach: Past. Present and Future".
Mr. Irving Strauss will introduce
the former Mayor and conduct the
question and answer period that
will follow the lecture.
Joan Weiss and Douglas Kaplan, leaders of the Young ]
Division in the Combined Jewish Appeai, are shown ajl
Coronation Ball sponsored by the Youth Group in
the Appeal. More than 500 persons attended the affair 1
raised funds in excess of the 1952 quota.
former Nazis in the British zone
in January -.hi;, confiscated 30
crates of incriminating documents
arily silenced the pro-German bloc
in the USA If the Republicans
succeed in defeating Roosevelt in ,
British Frc.gr.' Office sources said ,he comJng Prefiden,,al election.
it would greatly influence the
American conduct of war toward
We must point to the
the documents revealed connee-
hetamea neo-Nazis and of-
ficials in the office of Theodor
Blank ho is. in effect. Defense ****** ^ Geany may be forc-
Minister of the Bonn Government f? !o *P*rate lth Russia
Dr. Adenauer demanded that the Thu* read ,he loP Naa intelligence
documents and the prisoners be ordcr !t ako Provided instruc-,
turned over to Bonn authorities tions on P-iinS anti-Nazi to gain
The British complied eventual German victory
,. ,, .. Tetens thesis is supported bv
A new Gallup.poll indicated that such an Jam^ p w p.
M percent of Americans feel that ^ ^ ^ Aden.
much chance exists for the Nazis auer h^.p^ by Washington
to regain power Against his tb Rabbi Julius Leibert Is
Chautauqua Lecturer
Rabbi Julius A. Leibert. of Tem-
ple Beth-El. Pcnsacola. Florida,
will represent the Jewish Chau-
tauqua Society as lecturer at Flor-
ida State University. Tallahassee.
April 14th and 15th.
The National Federation of Tem-
ple Brotherhoods sponsors the
Jewish Chautauqua Society, which
sends Rabbis to college campuses
as part of an educational program
to disseminate authentic informa-
tion concerning Judaism.
Rubin Commissioned
Herbert Rubin, of 101 SW 64th j
Court, has received a direct com- j
mission as a first lieutenant in the
Air Force while serving with the;
456th Troop Carrier Wing at'
MIAD. A veteran of five years in :
the Air Force, the former tech-!
nical sergeant is a graduate of the'
University of Miami.
Harry Simons, pioneer Mi.
amian will be honored at an
Oneg Shabbat Friday even-
ing following services at Beth
David Congregation, on the
occasion of his 75th birthday.
Golda Myerson Party
A card party will be featured
by the Pioneer Women. Golda My-j
erson Club, on Tuesday evening.
April 14th. 8 p.m.. at Congregation [
Beth El, according to an announce- j
ment by Mrs. Anna Seltzer, presi-.
dent. Chairman of the evening
will be Mrs. Pearl Krieger.
North Shore Lot!
Mans Installation!
Newly elected officers
North Shore Lodge of BmH
will be the guesti of
installation dinner to be k1
the Sorrento Hotel during lb]
week of May
The officer- elected at the j
ing of the Lodee in March i
Milton R. Mannheiraer,
dent: David Fenton. 1st vicej
dent: Jack R Wien. 2nd rni
ident; Robert Slavin. 3rd vieej
ident; Samuel Weinfeld. I
Tobias Simon, correspoadia]
retary: Melvin Shrago.
secretary: Jack Wilson.
secretary: George S.
chaplain: Harry Goldberg. |
ian: and Stanley Richard.'
Trustees include: Abe
Sam Brick. Ezra Feingold. I
Huntington. Jack Klinger. Drj
jamin Landau. Melvin
Louis Sherman. Julius Sieged
ris Union. Jules Werner ad]
Wolfson.
Milton Mannheimer has |
the new administration ofl
Lodge to the support oftbj
ious committees of B'nai
including the Anti-D
League. Another purpose J
new administration will bettj
funds for the new Hillel
the Universin of Mianu_
background, the Tetens book lay
bare the blackmail practiced by-
Bonn and appeasement by Wash-
ington to secure German cooper-
ation" against the Soviet Union
This "cooperation" will prove il-
are
Republic, has been an enthusias-
tic supporter of the State Depar
(ment policy precisely because h
i was shrewd enough to see it woul
] make Germany the dominant WH
European power and place it in .
!Lw ,T? # ^^ ? tn* We* b ** Dr Adenauer
selves* third force, according to ,ch>se ^^ GusUv Slr^mi:
had maneuvered in the earlr dav-
"Germar.y Tetens reports, -is
in the process of being re Nanfled
an nationalism, as every in-
formed observer knows, is on the
Ba The Prussian militarist
and Hitler's generals are coming
back to power. Thousands of Nazi
war criminal- have been or are n __
being released and many of them Beach May 2, 3, 4
reappeared in positions of
of the Weimar Republic."
Hadassah To Hold
Regional Meet At
power Nao-Naaj movements are
strength daily and many
.hem boast that by 1956 a Nazi
dictatorship will be re-established.
A; a matter of fact. Dr Adenauer's
coalition cabinet is anchored on
t right-wing parties of the Ger-
man industrial war lords who fat-
tened themselves on Hitler's wars
of conquest. This is a picture de-
cidedly at variance with Mr Mc-
Cloy's description of democracy'
in Germany."
On Jury 25. 1M6. William L.
Clayton, tbea Assaataatf Secretary
c I SUfic U>!J a Senate M*r-
Mrs Herman Klausner. of
Jacksonville. Florida Regional
President of Hadassah. ann
at the Regional Confer
be held on May 2nd through
Bl the Empress Hotel. Mi
ami Beach 150 women, repre
senting 17 chapters, are expected
to attend
Theme of the Conference X.
Hadassah Looks Ahead". Co-
chairmen of the event are Mrs
Milton Sirkia and Mrs. Lou Gold-
man Mrs. Heavy J. Nelson is
eaecative secretary
ParncipaUng m a Model Sedar are the students oi the first grade of Beth H A^L,
amis only all day school with a complete Engheh and Hebrew curriculum. Thej^
sponsored by Congregation Beth El is located at 500 SW 17th Avenue. Pictured a>.
oridibon to th. .tudent.. are: (atanding) Mra. S. Viahkoif and Mrs. Max P^^^Tl
S^trl!^^AMOfiabon: (^rted) Mi- Sh" Ludwig. teacher. English **P?*Ts
5?iSS T^bT\limbnm <^toent. Rabbi Samuel Krolowiti. caaauhanL Dr- & T"
s*/. ^^c pel of the Accdemy c=d Rabbi of the Congregation.


^v APRIL 10. 1953
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PAGE 3B
uel Friedland Again Named
'sident Of Miami Beach Center
. neWiy elected officers and
Ln of the Board of Directors
LMiami Beach Jewish Center
Re installed at the late Friday
]Cj services on April 10th,
^Ubbi Irving Lehrman, spir-
leader of the congregation,
M as installing officer.
J?Jcrs to be installed are pres-
fc Samuel Friedland; honor-
Rfe president, Mayer H. Frank-
[ president, Charles Frucht-
| Joseph M. Rose, Harry Sir-
|Alex Sussman .and George J.
Lnoff; treasurer, Joseph M.
! financial secretary, Sol
Lan; and recording secretary,
[Zion Ginsburg.
Ubers of the Board of Direc-
includc: Ben Binder, Harry
jenstein, Archie Brick, Jack
Us, Joseph Cherner, Morris
In Nathan Darsky, Bernard
fer, William I. Feuer, Allen
Hberg Nathan Glosser, Gorge
Bberg! Samuel J. Halperin,
[ Jacobs, Harry Koretzky,
Ms KrieKcl. Samuel Lipton,
Lei MaRid, Oscar Mamber, Ab-
Mason. Dr. Herman Mech-
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, I.
JinUer. Julius Rosenstein, Irv-
[Schatzman, Ed Singer and Al-
J Stone.
Ilso to be installed are trustees
hinted by the president to
Ip in an advisory capacity. They
|ude: Hyman Berman, Joseph
Berman. Max Boderman, Daniel
Broad, Leo Chaikin, Henry
e, wing Cypen, Lewis M. Es-
i'dt. Jack J. Falk, Raymond
er, H. P. Forrest, M. G. Fur-
Sydney Gans, Henry Hill-
Mr S. Harm an Harvey
To Fete Board At
Luncheon April 8th
President Mrs. Harvey Herman,
of B'nai B'rith Women of Miami,
tendered a luncheon on Wednes-
day, April 8th, in honor of her
Board Members who have made
the past year successful in filling
all the allocations undertaken by
their group. Board members sur-
prised Mrs. Herman with a gift of
matched luggage.
The B'nai B'rith Women of Mi-
ami are having a dessert card par-
ty at the home of Mrs. Milton
Friedman, 3001 SW 2nd Avenue,
on April 14th, at 12:30 p.m. Reser-
vations may be obtained by calling
the Chairman, Mrs. S. Kline, at
9-9742, Mrs. A. Glasser, at 83-3561,
and Mrs. H. Zirnbler, at 83-5668.
The regular meeting is to be
held on April 15th, at the Miami
Jewish Community Center, SW
16th Avenue and 5th Street. Elec-
tion of officers for the coming
year is on the agenda. B'nai B'rith
Youth on Parade will be the fea-
ture of the planned program.
Mrs. Milton Sirkin Named Chairman
For Federation's Annual Meeting
Mrs. Milton Sirkin has been named Chairman of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation Annual Meeting Committee, it has been announced
by Carl Weinkle, Federation President.
Officers of Federation and members of the Board of Governors
are elected at the annual function and reports are heard by commun-
ity leaders on the results of the Combined Jewish Appeal and on
community welfare progress dur-
on Sunday evening, May 17th, at
the Empress Hotel and will fea-
ture a nationally known speaker
and program of entertainment.
More than 400 persons attended
the 1952 Annual Meeting of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
ing the past year.
At preliminary meetings held
last week, the
following were
named to serve
serve with Mrs.
Sirkin to plan
the community
function which
has become a
traditional meet-
ing in the Great-
er Miami area:
Program Sub-
committee Al-
bert Comanor, Mrs. Sylvia Chert-
kof, Mrs. Leon Kaplan and Mrs.
Fannie Selig. Arrangements Sub-
Committee Saul Ashkenazy,
Mrs. William Capland, Efraim
Mrs. Sirkin
Samwtl friedland
man, Joseph Hutner, Samuel Katz,
Benjamin Kline, Macey Krons-
berg, Harry Levine, Hank Meyer,
Al Osheroff, Dr. Kurt Peiser, Jul-
ius J. Perlmutter, Samuel Ritter,
Samuel Rivkind, Bernard Rodins,
Raymond Rubin, Simon Rubin,
Harry Seligman, Bernard Sharp,
Milton Sirkin, Max Sulken, Mich-
ael Tose, Harold Turk, Nat H.
Hankoff, Milton Weinman and
Leonard Wien.
IQEL JOINS THE US CONGRESS
W. C. Peretz School
Holds Passover Functions
The Workmen's Circle Peretz
School conducted a Third Sedar
with traditional ceremonies, songs
and recitations and a Passover din-
ner last week. Luba Roy and Paul
Mflstone presented a program of
traditional songs.
Celebrations at both schools
were under the direction of L.
Lasavin, principal of the Peretz
School.
Stuart Lubitz Placed
On Dean's List At U of F
Stuart Lubitz, son of Mrs. Yetta
Lubitz, has been honored with
placement on the Dean's List at
the University of Florida. This is
an honor bestowed on the upper
5 percent of the class. He has also
been initiated into Phi Eta Eig-
ma, Freshmen Men's National
Scholastic Honor Fraternity and
Gale, Mrs. Frances Makovsky andiphi Lambda Pi Fraternity. Stuart
Max C. Gettinger. Attendance! is majoring in Pre-Engineering.
Sub-Committee Mrs. Aaron j ------------------------------
Farr, Mrs. Lou Goldman, Mrs. An-, |ewj8]1 Culture Discussed
na Seltzer, Sidney Stiller, Joseph *
Postol and Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer.
Publicity Sub-Committee Max
'At Farband Meeting
Manuel Burstein, chairman of
the Farband Ben-Gurion Branch,
said this week that the group will
meet on Wednesday evening, Ap-
ril 15th, 8 p.m., at the Beth El
Holtsberg, Fred K. Shochet and
Charles R. Jacobson. Also named
to assist existing committees are:
Mrs. Faye Ablin, Ed Greenwood,
Ehiel Lesowoder, Mrs. Frances j Congregation. Principal speaker
Miller and Mrs. Irwin Weinstein. | wjh be Rabbi David Shapiro in a
The dinner meeting will be held discussion on Jewish Culture.
bond of a serien of article*
\ Jewish l'.i.es In Washington")
By MILTON FREIDMAN
pyrlght. 19SJ, Jewish Teletmiphic
AKi'iiry, lnr.)
muel N Friedel, who is known
ughout Baltimore for reducing
municipal budget while in-
sing civic benefits, has joined
er members of the Jewish faith
serve in Congress,
riedel. a Democrat, defeated a
ublican lust November in a dis-
t where Jews number less than
percent of the general popula-
He has been assigned to the
lu.-r Administration Committee
icre he will be in a position to
;e maximum use of his admin-
ative talents,
native of Washington, Friedel
born here in 1898. The fam-
moved to Baltimore when
fedel was very young. Shortly
ier Friedel was Bar Mitzvah, his
^her died. This left him the old-
of five children. To help sup-
the family, he sold news-
rs in the East Baltimore sec-
i where he lived. This prevent-
him from attending school reg-
ly and he only completed six
oths of high school. He whole-
W Papers, talked with people
" developed an early interest in
world about him. By attend-
classes at night, he finished
yers Business College.
[After working at the Baltimore
'gain House a wholesale mer-
tile firm Friedel went into
ess for himself in 1936. He
ied the Workman's Finance
*Joration, a small loan organ-
lion.
eply interested in politics and
Mtaunch advocate of good gov-
"ment, Friedel ran for the Mary-
M House of Delegates in 1934
|" as elected to a four-year
F1 He worked on relief meas-
as Maryland struggled to re-
re"" from the depression. It was
|"ly through his initiative that
isaiary boost was put through for
fool teachers.
I |n 1939 he was urged to run for
I, at "n the Baltimore City Coun-
_ and was elected. Re-elected to
* council he became chairman
we budget and finance commit-
u this capacity he gained
ignition by cutting the budget
r01" reducing salariei or serv-
ice*. He achieved this by analyz-
ing the budget and cutting dupli-
cation and waste. Applying the
principles he had learned the hard
way in business, he cut more than
$1,200,000 from the budget.
Voters recalled Friedel's efforts
on their behalf when he ran for
Congress last year. He promised
to try to give them more for their
tax dollar. They knew also that he
had fought in the city council for
such reforms as slum clearance,
low cost housing, and improved
traffic conditions. They knew also
that he is opposed to radical ex-
tremism but not afraid of pro-
gressive change.
Friedel believes that civil rights
and civil liberties must be main-
tained vigilantly and all minorities
given a fair break. He is opposed
to legislation like the McCarran-
Walter Immigration Act which he
believes adversely affects our sta-
ture in the family of nations.
This act, he feels, is inconsistent
with the ideals of freedom espous-
ed daily by the Voice of America.
He believes the way to fight Com-
munism is by making democracy
live and not by emulating totali-
tarian concepts.
Friedel's wife, Regina, shares his
interest in public affairs. He com-
mutes daily from Washington to
his home in Baltimore.
In View of the widespread inter-
est in the redaction of Federal in-
come taxes, and because of the
complaint* of many taxpayers re-
garding the existing exemptions
for individuals, married couples
and dependents. Friedel drafted
legislation to amend the present
Internal Revenue Code.
Friedel is in favor of amending
the law to provide for a $1,000 de-
duction for a single person, $2,500
deduction for a married couple
and an $#".00 deduction for each
dependent. Friedel also feels that
the present credits allowed for
medical expenses is not adequate
for the average taxpayer, and pro-
poses amending the code in this
respect.
At the present time Friedel is
assembling data which will sub-
stantiate increasing exemptions
($600) so that the average taxpayer
will have enough left out of his
wages to actually meet the cost of
living, and still have a margin left
for emergency.
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KS2 HaroWShapro Announces Candktacy
JSSTJI 1.7 fw Beach Councitmanic Post June 2nd
Harold Shapiro. Miami Beach, Neighbor. He is active on behalf
/gDAY.
APBD,
will bold a Third Seder on Sun-
day. April 12th. 6 pjn.. at the
Lyceum. 25 Washington Avenue
PupUs of the Y L Peretz School
one and religions leader, an-
nounced hi> candidacy for Miami
Beach Citj Council this week on a
will read and recite the mam pans Platfor" ^dependent can
of a new Hassadah recentr* com-
piled by the Jewish poe: Israel
Jacob Schwartz. The "wfrral por-
tion of the program will be rex
dered by Miriam Donnerstae. mus-
ic director of the Hebrew Acad
err.} and the Beth David Congre-
Norma Reiff. soprano of
the Miami Beach Jewish Center:
and Laurel Rubin, contralto Coral
Gables Jewish Center
Community singinp will he di
rected by Joseph Duntov. district
dictate ior an independent rounk-i
Shapiro reported that he
Baas a meeting nest week of
all Miami Beach organizations and
mdrodual> who are opposed to
of the National Council of Chris-
tians and Jews and the Miami
Round Table radio programs. He
was cited for outstanding sen-ice
by James W. Whitehead. director.
Shapiro has during the past sev-
en years made more than 1.000
talks on subjects including Ameri-
canism, art. music, brotherhood.
consolidation of the city with Pade : democracy, literature. Judaism and
count?
Shapiro, who currently is chair-
man of the Miam: Beach division
of the Combined J is a native of Milwaukee. Wiscon-
He ha* practiced law here
since World War n. when be serv-
secretary of the Southern District *d ** *ap lieutenant, including I Appeal.
of the Workmen s Circle, and Louis
Lasavin. principal of the Y L
Zionism, according to his support-
ers. He was a founder and first
president of Temple Isaiah and is
a member of B'nai B'rith
Shapiro is serving and has sens-
ed on the Speakers' Committees
for Israel Bonds. Combined Jewish
W ANT BB
Halm friiachtr. born in Foc-
sani. Roumania, about 1892. He is
the son of Manes Hersch and Nech
ama Schechter and came to the
United States about 50 years ago.
He is a jeweler, is married and
has cousins, Yoel and Isak Mar-
gulis, sons of Rabbi Benzion, re-
siding somewhere in the USA.
Mr. Schechter is being sought
by Frvma Brociner, his sister, who
resides at Tzorif 13. Masbra Kfar
Ona, Israel. She was born in Foc-
sani. Roumania. is the daughter
of Manes-Hersch and Nechama
Schechter and came to Israel in
1950.
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Pereu Schools A traditional Pass-
over dinner will be prepared by
the Women's Club Proceeds go
:arc the support of an adopted
war orphan in Israel and for the
Hadassah. Community
a a> at Ke> West I Chest, the Miami Beach Zionist
He is a member of the Amen-1 Dinnct and the Dade County Bar
can. Wisconsin. Milwaukee County. 'Associations
Florida Dade County and Miami -If mv feUw citirens e]ecX me-
Beach Bar AssociaDons He says Shapiro said. "I do not intend to
that his beliefs are in the same ^ a rubher ^amp for anv ,ndj.
category as Eddie Cantor's, who udual or group. I promise to work
Cancer Research Laboratory m the told Shapiro Jn "din interview eff(lively with anyone favoring
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jassah Groups Devote Meetings
fouth Aliyah Fund Raising Projects
. r the chairmanship of Mrs. Jacob D. Davis, Chapter Youth
Toordinalor. and her co-chairman, Mrs. Sidney Kuperberg, 10
il groups that make up the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah
ote their regular April meeting date to the raising of funds
V|h Aliyah- The official day is Monday, April 13th.
"^ Aliyah is the official Hadassah agency whose funds arc
^uslvciy for the rescuing -
PAGEaT
flotation of Jewish refu-
Ijldren from Europe and the
', a permanent home in
Founde.l in 1934 by the
enrietta Szold, founder of
ah ho personally led the
toiip of children from Nazi
iy, Youth Aliyah has played
gor role in rescuing over
children.
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[rhaim Weimann Group of
tah will celebrate at 8 p.m.,
a-, April 13th, at the Miami
i Community Center. Chair-
the day is Maralene Lurie.

tam
[Deborah Group will partici-
in several functions being
_. the homes of members.
Crmen are Mrs. Leo Tischler
|rs. Harvey Saloman.

ODMAN
11. R. Goodman Group will
| a movie at the Carib The-
j the evening of April 13th.
pan is Miss Lillian Marx.
[Herzl Group will gather at
ne of Mrs. Joseph Cherner,
Lakeview Drive, Miami
I at 1 p.m. Guest speaker for
Jlernoon will be Rabbi Jos-
larot Mary Wynn will pre-
] program of song. Chairman
Lucille Seeder.
?
III
Israeli Group will attend a
on at the Sans Souci Hotel.
| speaker for the afternoon
Rabbi Max Shapiro. Also
fing on the program will be
David Silverman in a var-
)ng presentation. Chairman
Harry Kaplan.
a
IRAH
|Jtenorah Group will hold its
Child Day Luncheon at
b. at the Coral Gables Wom-
A musical skit, "April
will be presented and
ring group will give an ex-
of their work. Co-chair-
Hrs. Herbert Levin. Mrs.
Schulner and Mrs. Philip
COPUS
Mt Scopus Group, having
jrted Youth Aliyah at a prior
fg will devote their meeting
on Monday, April 14th, at
1:30 p.m., at Congregation Beth-
El, to Palestine supplies.
Theme of the meeting will be
Fashions on Parade and Young
Judacans will model clothes cre-
ated by the supplies committee.
Members are requested to bring
additional gifts of linen or wear-
ing apparel to be sent to Israel.
Chairman is Mrs. Moe Feingold.

SHALOMA
The Shaloma Group will cele-
brate with a luncheon and fashion
show to be held at 12 noon, at the
Algiers Hotel. Chairman is Mrs.
Sam Lepow.

HANNAH SENESCH
The Hanna Senesch Group of
Hadassah's next meeting will cele-
brate Child's Day, at a luncheon
being given by Mrs. Irving Green-
field, at her home at 40 Star Isl-
and, Miami Beach, April 13th, at
12 noon. The entire proceeds of
' this affair will go toward Youth
Aliyah. Miss Elizabeth Simkowitz,
who had been sent to Israel on a
scholarship, will be the guest
speaker. Also included on the pro-
gram will be musical selections by
Mrs. Louis Packer, who will be ac-
companied by Mr. Paul Milstone.
Mrs. Minnie Bushell, chairman of
this luncheon is taking reserva-
tions, telephone 5-3089.

HENRIETTA SZOLD
Henrietta Szold Group will ob-
serve World Jewish Child's Day
at a luncheon at the Grossinger-
Pancoast Hotel, on Monday, April
13th, at 12 noon. Proceeds will go
to Hadassah's Youth Aliyah pro-
jects.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, spirit-
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
ZAMOftA JEWISH CENTER will
hold services on Friday evening at
8:15 p.m.. with Reverend Rudolf
E. Brill officiating. Arthur Deutch.
chairman of the Religious Commit-
tee, will speak on Strange Fires.
The Oneg Shabbat will be spon-
sored by the Sisterhood. Saturday
morning services are at 9 a.m.
Howard Winniman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Winniman. will be-
come Bar Mitzvah.

BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
will begin the Spring series of late
Friday evening services at 8:15
p.m.. with Rabbi Max Shapiro and
Cantor Maurice Mamches officiat-
ing. The Student Choir will assist
under the direction of Mrs. Jack
Donnerstag Harry Simons will be
host at the Oneg Shabbat in honor
of his 75th birthday. Toastmaster
will be Milton A. Friedman. Sub-
ject of Rabbi Shapiro's discourse
is scheduled as: A Good Begin-
ning. Floral offerings will be by
Mrs. and Mrs. Simons. Saturday
morning services are at 9 a.m..
when Rabbi Shapiro will discuss
the Weekly Portion. Steven, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Green-
berg, will become Bar Mitzvah dur-
ing the Mincha services at 6 p.m.

TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m. Subject of Dr. Joseph
Karot's discourse is scheduled as:
Einstein's New Formula and Mos-
es' Old Faith One Universe.

CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
services at 7:15 p.m. Rabbi Morris
Skop will officiate and discuss:
Jews In World News. Cantor Irv-!
ing Robinson and the Center Choir J
will present the Sabbath Hymns.
Saturday morning services are at
9:30 a.m.. when the Bas Mitzvah
of Arlene. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Trupkin. will take place.
The Trupkins will be hosts at the
Kiddush of Sanctification follow-
ing.

BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services at
sundown. Saturday morning sen-
ices are at 8:30 a.m.. when Dr.
Shmaryahu T. Swirsky will offic-
iate and discuss. The Vacuum Of'
Mind. A class in Talmud is at 5
p.m. Mincha will be at 6:15 p.m.,;
followed by Shalos Seudos. Jun-
ior services are in the Academy
Hall at 10 a.m.

MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening sen-
ices at 8:30 p.m. Installation of
newly elected officers and Board
members will take place at that
time. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
preach on the topic: The Joy Of
Faithful Service. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 9 a.m. Subject
of the Rabbi's discourse will be
on the Weekly Portion. An after-
noon Bible class is scheduled for
4:15 p.m., followed by Mincha and
Shalos Seudos. Cantor David Sil-
\erman will chant, assisted by the
Greater Miami's
Synagogue Directory
Agudath IsraelRabbi Isaac Ever, Or-
thodox, laa 7Sth St., Miami Beach.
Bath David Rabbi Max Shapiro,
< ."..nwrvatlve. 2625 SW Jrd Ave..
Miami.
Beth El Dr. Shmaryahu Swlrsky. Or-
thodox. SCO SW 17th Ave.. Miami
Bath JacobRabbi Moaea Meschekrff,
Orthodox. SOI-SI 1 Waah. Ave.. MB.
Beth ShalomRabbi Leon Kronlah,
Liberal. 4144 Chase Ave.. MB.
Beth TfllahRabbi Joseph Rackov-
sky. Orthodox. 35 Euclid Ace.. Mi-
ami Ileach.
Caral OableaRabbi Morrla Skop. lib-
eral. 320 Palermo Ave.. C. Oablea.
Downtown SynagogueOrthodox, 135
NW 3rd Ave., Miami.
Flagler.GranadaSO XW 61st Place,
Miami.
Hebrew Academy Rabbi Alexander
Qrosa, Orthodox, SIS 6th St., MB
Hialeah-Miami Springe Reverend
Lao Helm, Conservative. 951 E. 4th
Ave.. Ilialeah.
Hollywood Conservative. 2030 Polk
S! HcillVWiKld.
laraehte Center Rabbi Abraham
Sachs. Conservative, SIN SW 2h
Ter.. Miami.
Kneaeth laraelRabbi Abraham Cae-
sel. Orthodox. 1415 Euclid Ave..
Miami Beach.
Miami BeachRal.t.l Irvine; Lehrman.
Conserxative. 1701 Wash. Ave., M.B.
Miami Hebrew SchoolRabbi Simon
April. Orthodox, 1101 SW 12th Ave..
Miami.
Monticello Park164th Street and NE
11th Avenue. North Miami Beach.
North DadeRabhl Harry Eitlnger.
Conservative. 13630 W. Dixie High-
way. North Miami.
North ShoreRabbi Mayer Abramo-
wltz. Conservative, 620 73th St.,
Miami Beach.
Temple laraelDr. Joseph Narot. Re-
form. 137 NE 19th St.. Miami.
Tifereth Israel 6500 N. Miami Ave..
Miami.
Wtet MiamiRabbi Alfred Waxman,
Conservative. 5720 SW 17th St..
Miami.
Young larael Orthdox, 4001 Chase
Ave.. Miami Beach.
ZamoraReverend Rudolf Brill, Con-
servative. 44 Zamora, Ave.. Coral
Gables.
Obituaries
JACOB NADLER
64, died In a Miami Beach hotel April
1st. Ho was vacationing with hla
wife. He had been employed In the
Circulation department of The Boston
iJL.be for the paat SO years. Beach
Memorial Funeral Home was In
charge of local arrangements. Inter-
ment was In Boston.
MRS. FANNIE riri.3
ll'J-. Calais IT. Miami Ileach, died
April 1st. Formerly of Chicago, she
had been a Ileach resident for 10
years. She Is survived by two daugh-
ters. Nathalie and Leonora, a son,
William, and a grand daughter, all
of Detroit Services were held last
Friday In Riverside Funeral Home,
Miami Ileach. Rurlal followed in .Mt.
Net-. Cemetery.
RAYMOND FINESTONE
l>a-s.l awal Saturday Kemalns were
sent to Kochestei. NY., for seivi.es
and interment by Beach Memorial
Chapel
HYMAN STEIN
63, retired Iron dealer, M41 Andros
Are., C.....nul Qrove, died April Ixl.
He came here In 1946 from Salisbury.
Ml and is survived by his wife,
five S..11.1. Kdwaiu anil Hart..
..f Miami, and David, Morris and
Samuel, ot Salisbury: and two daugh-
ters. Burial was in Philadelphia.
MRS. CLARA KELLER
.., who came here 10 years an from
New York, died April 2nd at her
home, win s\v Itta St. Burvlvori
include her husband, Louis: three
daughters, the Misses Florence and
lalli.tn Keller, and Mrs Ethel Antln,
and two brothers. Max and William
Felt. Burial was In New York, with
local arrangements by Miami River-
side Funeral Home.
Center Choir under the direction
of Joseph Schreibman. Daily serv-
ices are in the Chapel at 8 a.m..
and at 6:30 p.m.

HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m., with Reverend Leo
Heim officiating. Harold Strumpf,
Miami attorney, will discuss: The
Youth Builders Of Our Coun-
try Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lebow
will be hosts at the Oneg Shab-
bat. Mrs. Bert Lebow will bless
the Sabbath candles. Saturday
morning services are at 9 a.m.,
when Elaine and Benjamin Lebow
will become Bas and Bar Mitzvah.
Students of the Hebrew School will
assist Reverend Heim at the serv-
ices.

AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday even
ing services at 6:30 p.m.. follow-
ed by Kabbalat Sabbath. Satur-
day morning services are at S a.m.
Rabbi Isaac Ever will officiate and
discuss the Weekly Portion. At 5
p.m., the Rabbi will discuss the
Sayings of the Fathers. Mincha
is at 5:45 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seudos and Maariv.

TEMPLE SHOLOM will hold Fri-
day evening services at 8:15 p.m.
Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate
and discuss: What Does It Mean
To Be A Liberal Jew. Saturday
morning services are at 10:45 a.m.,
when Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Leon Alexander, will become Bar
Mitzvah. Cantor Samuel Kelemer
will render the musical portions
of all services.

KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE-
GATION will hold early Friday
evening services at 6:15 p.m. Can-
tor Abraham Seif will chant the
liturgy. Saturday morning servic-
es are at 8:30 a.m. A Bible class
is scheduled for 5:30 p.m., with
Rabbi Shimon Weiss. Mincha is at
6:15 p.m., followed by Shalos Seu-
dos. Daily services are at 8 a.m.
and 6:15 p.m.

ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
'Friday evening services at 5:30
p.m. Saturday morning services
are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Ab-
raham Sachs will discuss the
Weekly Portion. Daily services
are at 8 a.m.. and at sundown.
AARON LEONARD
3, of 610 16th St.. Miami Beach,
died April 2nd. Services were held
Sunday in Riverside Memorial Chapel.
Miami Ileach. with burial In Mt. Nebo
Cemetery. A retired businessman he
came here 10 years ago from Newark,
N.J. SurHvors Include his wife, Ida,
a son. I'r. lister I. Leonard, both
of Miami Heach, and a daughter, Mrs.
Florence Solomon, of Newark.
BERNARD DAVIDOWITZ
80, 1300 Polk St.. Hollywood, passed*
away Sunday. Services were held In
Gordon's Miami Chapel Tuesday with
Interment In Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
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MORRIS DODES
71. of W0 SW 3rd St.. died Sunday.
He came from New York 12 years
ago. He la survived by his wife, Jen-
nie; two sons, David and Harry; a
daughter. Mrs. Edith Mlllman. and
a brother. Jack, all of Miami, and one
sister. Services and burial were held
in New York with Gordon's Miami
Funeral Home In charge locally.
MRS. ANNA DINER
79, of 636 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami
Beach, died Sunday. She had been
a Ileach resident for eight years. Sur-
vivors Include a son, Harry, of Hun-
tlngton Park. Cal.; three daughters,
Mrs. Eva Mednlck, of Miami, Mrs.
Dora Jarenkes of Miami Beach, and
Mrs Clara ifteenblau, of Chicago; and
three sisters, Mrs. Leah Wax, Mrs.
Anna Kosenfleld. and Mrs. Klfka Gor-
don, all of Miami Beach. Services
were held Wednesday in Riverside
Memorial Chapel, Miami Reach, with
burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
Winter vU,"rUE(L "UK*
away Wednesday 2. *<">.
North for service. ?"
Beach Memo^'ri^,,^
Infant daughter of J C0HH.<
Cohen, z:.,. Nw ***. tSJM
Ordon, Miami." Av S|
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passe,! w,, M .'. Ml,?i ..
lal Chapel was ,n &**\
Friday. April Sri' In*S|
Survived by his ir k?ai as
on.. Myron and ft,*1"*.
were sent t New Yorkrw fc
jc r.nd .ntermenW1^
SAM BALEN
s. or 1466 Jeffern, .
2S5ih-.. waTVe*-
HENRY I. SPIEGEL
76. of 3266 8W 21th Ter., who came
here 20 years ago from New York,
died Saturday at his home. A re-
tired merchant, he Is survived by his
wife. Minnie, of Miami; two sons,
I>r. [wli H.. of New York, and Maj.
I'avld Spiegel, of the United Stales
Army. Services were held Sunday In
Gordon's Miami Chapel, with burial
In Mt. Sinai Cemetery.
BERNARD W. WILLIS
37. of S23 SW 5th St.. died Saturday.
The body was sent to New York City
for services and burial. Riverside Mi-
ami Chapel was In charge locally. A
paint salesman, he had moved here
three years ago from New York. Sur-
viving are his wife. Lillian; a son,
Chester, a daughter, Marilyn; a broth-
er. Abraham, and three slaters, Miss
Mary Willis. Mrs. Ma Glass and Mrs.
Florence Flnkelsteln.
ABE LEVY
72. of 209 Romano Ave., Coral Gables,
passed a\va> suddenly Saturday. He
was a retired realtor, coming from
Cincinnati. Ohio. Survived by his
wife, Fannie; a son. Sanfurd, a stud-
ent at the University of Miami:: a
(laughter. Barbara, and a sister. Mrs.
Betty Solomon, of Cincinnati. Serv-
lOOl and burial took place in Cincin-
nati, where remains were sent by
Gordon Funeral Home of Miami.
MRS. JULIA FRANKEL
61. of lull Fifth St.. Miami Beach,
died Saturday. Services were held
Sunday In Gordon's Chapel, with bur-
ial in Mt Nebo Cemetery. Mrs. Fran-
kel came here nine years ago from
Detroit. Surviving are a son. Walter,
ami a sister, Mrs. Ella Gartner.
SAMUEL ROBERTS
68. of M0 W 46th St.. Miami Beach.
died Saturday. Services were held In
New York. I-oca I arrangements were
by Riverside Memorial Chapel, Miami
Beach. A retired cantor. Mr. Roberts
came here 14 years ago from New
York Surviving are his wife, three
daughters. Mrs. Evelyn lillss. Mrs.
Qoorga Neuner and Mrs. Harold Gros-
berg: a son, Eugene M ; three broth-
ers and two sisters.
LOUIS FEINSTEIN
i Beach realuent ior 13 years, died
at his home March 23rd. Mr. Feln-
steln was active in Jewish affairs. He
served on the Board of Governors of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
He also served aa corresponding sec-
retary of the Miami Farband for many
years. Interment took place In Far
Rockaway. LI. He Is survived by his
wife. Sarah, and two daughters, Mrs.
L. Flnkel. of Boston, and Mrs, Albert
Welner. of Cedarhurst. L.I.; also two
sons. Meyer and Dave Feinateln of
New York, one brother, Meyer Fine,
of Miami, and three brothers and two
sisters living In New York City.
HAROLD M. SALVEY
53. who died Monday. Services were
held Thursday In Gordon's Miami
Heach Chapel. Burial followed In Mt.
Nebo Cemetery. Mr. Salvey lived at
315 South Shore Dr. He was a mem-
ber of the Miami Beach Elks l-odge.
Surviving are his wife. Geraldlne. and
two sisters, Mrs. Charles Newman
and Mrs. Lou Miller, both of Loa
Angeles.
68. of 1466
pass .
dons Beach t'hapel w
arrangements.
Jeruttalvm T#d
Set For Sundnt
The annual Jerusalem EtV
tion, held internationally to/
ulate Hebraic scholarship, J
held locally at the Bureau rfj
ish Education on Sunday
12th. 2:30 p.m.
The six-hour examiutkal
Bible, Mishna, Modem 1
Literature and Jewish Life,
administered locally by
Schwartzman and Herbert
directors of the Bureau
The annual examination bl
sored by the World Union for]
ish Education. Three applia
for the 1953 examination ,
been made for Greater Miiai:]
becca Lipson. Isaac Lipson
Roni Hyman.
HELEN KENEGOS
53, of 8337 E. Dixie Highway. Wife
of George: and sister of Morrla and
Harry Jacobson and Hannah Traber.
Services were held Wednesday at The
Miami Riverside.
HYMAN COHEN
Winter visitor from Buffalo. N.T..
passed away Wednesday. Remains
were sent North for services and In-
terment by Beach Memorial Chapel.
ROBERT SCHWARTZ
65. of 56 XW 22nd Road, passed away
Friday. April 3rd, at his residence.
Survived by his daughter. Mrs. Lillian
Kichman. Remains were sent to On -
clnnatf, Ohio, for services and Inter-
ment by The Miami Riverside.
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r>AV. APRIL 10, 1953
[ewish Home For Aged
ill Award "Degrees"
Wearing collegiate cap and gown, 13 resident* of the Jewish
me for the Aged whose combined ages total 911 years of life, will
honored at unique "commencement" exercises on Wednesday after-
n, April 22nd, on the Home's grounds at Douglas Gardens.
Principal speaker in a "baccalaureate address" at the event will be
Bay F. W. Pearson, president of the University of Miami, who will
Idress the "graduates" and their
lends. Dr. Pearson's topic will
otlight (he adjustments that old
l can achieve despite the handi-
i of disabling chronic illness.
"diplomas" and the con-
tring of "degrees" will mark the
.mmenccment day" arranged by
chairmen Baron de Hirsch Mey-
and Mrs. Sol Silverman. Intro-
Icing Dr. Pearson will be Baron
Hirsch Meyer, vice president of
e Home. Mrs. Silverman is presi-
Cit oi ihe Greater Miami Wom-
Ts Auxiliary to the Jewish Home
the Aged.
bi the list of those honored are.
keph Melnick, 73, known as the
Luther Burbank" of the Home,
bose skill with gardening and
pdscaping has earned him the de-
L of "Doctor of Horticulture."
fvid Jacobs, 72, is creator of the
Uie's Thrift Shop. Jacobs refur-
thes clothes, toys and furniture
t sail-, and to date has earned
1,000. His goal is $10,000, towards
e Jack Ablin Memorial Infirm-
y. His degree will be "Doctor of
jisiness Administration." Resi-
Ints have dubbed him "Mr. Sears
lebuck "
Two leaders in the Home's re-
pious life are Isaac Yourkawitz,
I and Solomon Gross, 73. Gross
[a former president of the Resi-
nts' Organization and a Talmu-
scholar. He is in charge of the
tme's synagogue, Including an
[tar and Sefcr Torah on the Doug-
Gardens premises. Sexton of
synagogue is Yourkawitz. For
br interest, each will receive a
mmendation for "creative con-
Ibutions."
IFor faithful attendance at the
kglish classes for residents and
?en "A" grades for effort and
jL*2t*******V7
lowenstein, of 104 Wast Dl-
* Drie, Miami Beach, Chairman
fa board of M. lowenstein and
f New York, was Chairman of
P MM Inaugural Dinner lavncn-
I year'i Joint Defense Anneal
Heaendent campaign in New York
Mprtl 9th, at the Hotel Waldorf
H or.a The Joint Defense Anneal
" 'nd-roi$in arm of the Amer-
""'sh Committee and the An-
I'omotion League of B'nni i'rith,
nations oldest Jewish ernanizo
w with coordinated nroaranu de
* to cemhattln, anti-Semitism
'90try, nronmtinn hotter inter
relations and safotnardinf
" rights. I. mmi, the JDA
eneficiary of the Groater Mi-
'Jew.sh FodororthM,. Co^hairman
"inner with Mr. lowenstein
Jacob Blaast.in of Baltimore,
1 the America. Oil Cimaeny
Resident of th. Amorkem Jew-
KMiitHa. Mr. Uwawtohi is
I authority on textile nmdnc-
H< > ahM active la aaitaa
affairs at a loader in ho-
' tommunal activities and in-
Onited Jtwh* AjjpmL H. b
7*r m AM Easter. *>.
. *" Honorary Chairman
^'WNwToAdrhc
energy in learning are Mrs. Re-
becca Noretsky, 67, Mrs. Esther
Kaplan, 71, Mrs. Bessie Mott, 67,
Mrs. Jennie Gerstein, 70, Max
Abramowitz, 71, and David Ratihn,
67. They have been progressing in
English classes sponsored at the
Home by the Council of Jewish
Women and the Women's Auxil-
iary, learning to communicate with
their children and to become citi-
zens, according to Mrs. Rose Levi-
tan, instructor.
A special degree will go also to
66-year-old Isadora Doctor. Despite
illness, he serves as a bank and
mail messenger. He will be cited
as "Communications Officer."
Two more "graduates" are 76-
year-old Joseph Forster and 66-
year-old Sam Goldstein. Forster
grows and sells tropical fish as his
occupation at the Home and is
the Home's projection-man for the
films shown. He is president of the
Residents' Organization. Goldstein
is a leader in the Arts and Crafts
program sponsored at the Home
by the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Centers. These classes
are taught by Mrs. Dorothy Reich.
Goldstein has been turning out
artistic handbags and linen work
since arriving at the Home a year
ago.
Prominent in the April 22nd
program will be the Greater Miami
Women's Auxiliary to the Jewish
Home for the Aged. Participating
organizations are the Council of
Jewish Women, Greater Miami
Jewish Community Centers, Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation, Jew-
ish Social Service Bureau, Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association,
Mount Sinai Hospital and the
Bureau of Jewish Education.
The program, beginning at 2:30
p.m., will be opened by Cantor
Samuel Kelemer accompanied by
Hy Fried. Rabbi Max Shapiro will
deliver the invocation, followed by
addresses by Baron de Hirsch Mey-
er and Mrs. Silverman.
The Douglas "faculty" will be
introduced by Executive Director
Maurice Pearlstein of the Home.
Dr. Pearson will officially present'
the "diplomas" to the 13 "gradu-
ates."
Douglas Gardens is located on 7
acres at NE 2nd Avenue and 53rd
Street. It accommodates 60 resi-
dents, aged and chronically af-
flicted. It is a beneficiary agency
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration.
PAGE 7B
ART'S RIDDLE SOLVED This priceless painting by Renais-
ance artist Andrea Mantegna, vrronaly labelled for more than
200 years, has been identified by Dr. Franz Landsberger, cur-
ator of the Jewish Museum at the Hebrew Union College, as
actually centered on the Bible story of Esther. As a result of
Dr. Landsberger's findings, the Cincinnati Art Museum, which
own the painting, has renamed it Esther And Mordecai.
HUC Museum Curator Identifies
Jewish Theme In Famous Painting
Education Bureau
To Show Film
A Bureau of Jewish Education
meeting will be held at the Bu: iu
building on Monday, April 1311%
at 8:15 p.m.
The meeting will feature the
showing of To Save One Life, a
picture in color and sound depict-
ing the plight of two Yeminite
sisters.
The agenda also includes a dis-
cussion of the Bureau's annual din-
ner and the nomination and elec-
tion of officers. Benjamin Meyers
will preside.
Dov Chapter Fetes
Annual Child's Day
Dov Chapter, Mizrachi Women,
will celebrate annual Childs Day
with an Israeli Night Party on
Sunday, April 12th, 8 p.m., at the
Beth El Congregation. Proceed*
will go to the Children's Village
and Farm School in Raanana, Is-
rael.
Soprano Ruth Brotman will sing
several Israeli selections accom-
panied on the piano by Anyuta
Melicov. Other entertainers will
be Jean Silver, violinist, and Ezra
Perach, Morris Urovsky and Sally
Alperstein in dances of all nations.
CINCINNATI One of the Cin-
cinnati Art Museum's most prized
paintings, wrongly labelled for
more than 200 years, has been
identified by Dr. Franz Landsberg-
er, curator of the Jewish Museum
at the Hebrew Union College here,
as actually centered on a Jewish
theme.
The painting, the work of An-
drea Hantegna (1531-1506), one of
the greatest masters of the Italian
renaissance, had long been known
as Tarquin And* The Cumaean
Sibyl. As a result of Dr. Lands-
berger's investigations, the mu-
seum has now renamed it Esther
And Mordecai.
Careful study of the masterpiece
indicated the misnomer.
According to legend. Dr. Lands-
berger, the Sybil sold three scrolls
to the king. The painting shows
only one. The prophetess wears
royal robes and crown; the sup-
posed king is dressed in shabby
garments. The transaction takes
place not in a palace but in a
doorway.
Examining the painting in the
light of history and mindful of the
fact that Mantegna often portray-
ed Jewish heroines, Dr. Landsberg-
er reached the conclusion that the
painting represents Queen Esther,
her cousin and guardian Mordecai
discussing the decree ordering the
destruction of the Persian Jews as
recorded in the Bible.
The Book of Esther relates that
she, a Jewess, had been crowned
queen by the Persian king, Ahas-
uerus, when Mordecai learned of
the decree. Dr. Landsberger re-
called. A copy of the edict reach-
es Mordecai. He strews ashes up-
on his head, tears his garments
and clothes his body in sackcloth,
in accordance with Jewish prac-
tice. In this attire, he goes to seek
Esther to bring her word of the
impending calamity, but he is not
admitted to the palace because,
according to Persian etiquette, "no
one might enter the king's gate
clothed with sackcloth."
According to the Bible story, Es-
ther and Mordecai communicate
through messengers, a sequence
that could not be reproduced
through a single picture. Hence,
Dr. Landsberger explained here,
Mantegna portrayed instead the
meeting of the two principals.
Once this assumption is made, the
shabby garments of the man, the
royal raiment of the woman, the
scroll and the setting of at the
portal find their explanation.
The shoes and trousers worn by
the man, Dr. Landsberger added, |
point him up as a Persian Jews,
and the turban suggests the hat
worn by the Jews of Europe dur-
ing the Middle Ages and probably
at least by poorer Jews still at the i ducer was "The Gay Diplomat" in
By TERRY ELMAN
(Copyright. 1953. Jewish Telegraphic
Agency. Inc.)
Since his earliest day in high
school there never has been any
doubt in the mind of Pandro S.
Berman as to his ultimate voca-
tion.
Now recognized as one of Holly-
wood's ablest producers, he had
planned just such a career at an
age when the majority of boys
give no thought to their life's
work.
In the Berman home, however,
motion pictures had been a topic
of daily conversation from the
time Pandro was born. His fath-
er, the late Harry M. Berman, was
both an exhibitor and executive of
a distribution company.
In 1923, with the ink barely dry
on his New York high school di-
ploma, Berman arrived in the film
capital, determined then and there
to be a producer. Starting as a
script clerk, young Berman spent
the ensuing eight years studying
every phase of making motion pic-
tures photography, the develop-
ment of a screen story from author
to cameraman, cost of pictures and
other complicated procedures nec-
essary to bring a film to the
screen.
His first picture as an RKO pro-
time of Mantegna.
Even the decree in the painting
is not an ordinary scroll but of the
kind with which the Jews of that
time and of later times were fa-
miliar. "Many of his paintings
prove that Mantegna is a stickler
for historical exactness," the cur
ator said.
Just as he made the appearance
of Mordecai follow historical cus-
tom, Dr. Landsberger found, so he
sought to give the scroll an au-
thentic look and chose the Jewish
scroll of Esther as a pattern.
Vienna
SAYS...
MODERN HOMEMAKERS
USE MODERN HOUSE
CLEANING METHODS
House cleaning methods of to-
day are a far cry from those used
by our grandmothers. Science and
invention have practically elimin-
ated the drudgery in house clean-
ing that was grandma's lot. The
many modern conveniences such
as the automatic washer, the auto-
matic dryer, the automatic ironer,
the vacuum cleaner, applicators,
polishers, modern soaps, deter-
gents, insecticides, waxes, polish-
es, glass cleaners, plus commercial
services such as rug cleaners, cur-
tain laundries, window and house
cleaning services, drapery clean-
ers, etc., which were not available
to grandma, are accepted as com-
monplace in this modern age.
For example, the smart home-
maker of 1953 no longer finds it
necessary to advertise the fact to
her visitors that her home is in
tested with bugs by the use of tell-
tale powders and strong-smelling,
obnoxious liquid insecticides. The
modern homemaker bug cleans as
she house cleans with a non-stain-
ing, clean-smelling residual insec-
ticide such as Real-Kill Bug Killer,
which not only eliminates her bug
problems but also prevents musty
odors and damage caused by mil-
dew and mold growth.
No doubt, the homemaker of
1903 would find house cleaning in
1953 a joyous adventure. Science
and invention have simplified
house cleaning, adding years of
pleasure to the life of the smart
homemaker who adopts modern
methods.
1931. Until he left that studio in
1940, to sign a long-term contract
with MGM, he produced some 85
pictures and established himself as
one of Hollywood's most success-
ful movie-makers. Joining MGM
in 1940, he has produced such hits
as "Father of the Bride," "Ivan-
hoe" and the "Prisoner of Zenda."
He is currently at work on "All
the Brothers Were Valiant" which
stars Robert Taylor, Stewart Grain-
ger and Ann Blyth.
One of Berman's favorite foods
is stuffed cabbage. Here is an
excellent recipe:
4 lb. head of cabbage
2 lb. ground beef
1 cup onion, chopped fine
% cup uncooked washed rice
Va cup chopped celery
tomato juice or stewed
tomatoes
3 tablespoons chopped parsely
1 teaspoon salt
V* teaspoon pepper
sauerkraut
Procedure: Pour boiling water
over cabbage, cover, let stand. Mix
together beef, onion, rice, celery,
parlsey, salt and pepper. Tear off
leaves of cabbage, lay large table-
spoons of mixture in stem end, lay
folded side down in large kettle.
Over first layer place thin layer
of sauerkraut, small amount of to-
mato juice or stewed tomatoes,
then repeat layers for four layers;
over all pour large can of toma-
toes. Cook slowly for two hours.
Music, Arts League
Meets On Thursday
Miami Beach Music and Arts
League will hold its next monthly
assembly in the form of a musical
evening at the Sea Gull Hotel's
Terrace Room on Tuesday eve-
ning, April 14th, 8:30 p.m., with
Leo. Robinson presiding.
Judge Kenneth Oka, chairman
of the Board, and Joseph Mooney
have arranged the program. Par-
ticipants are Frances Cooper, so-
prano; Lila Lobenthal, pianist and
accompanist; and Marcel Chiland,
French tenor, with Anyuta Melicov
at the piano.
Hadassah Book Review
Desiree, by Annemarie Selink,
will be reviewed at the Tuesday
Review of the Greater Miami
Chapter of Hadassah in Temple
Beth Sholom on Tuesday, April
14th, 1.30 p.m. Mrs. I. M. Wein-
stein is the reviewer, with Mrs.
Morris Apert acting as chairman.


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JEWS IN SPORTS
By BILL WOLF
(Coprrlfkt, IMS! Jewish TeiacnptUeAseBcy, lac.)
A nationwide fund drive is un- leyball tournament was also slated
tier way to raise the money need- to go to Israel,
ed to send an American team to The American team is being
the Maccabiah games to be held' sponsored by the I'.S. Committee
in Israel in September. for flfJMtftl in Israel in cooperation
The required expenses should with the National Jewish Welfare
approximate $100,000 if the plans Board,
for the team are carried out. Un-j
dcr ideal conditions, sponsors of Bernard Bartzcn has made a
the American squad would like to name for himself as one of the
see a delegation of about 100. in- nation s up-and-cominu tennis play-
eluding participating athletes. of-ers He is ranked 11th in the U.S.
ficials and athletes who'll be giv- 1-awn Tennis Association ratings.
ln exhibitions. The bill will prob- Now hc nas addcd another feath-
ably come to about S1.000 per per- cr to hls cap Bartten traveled to
son- France to take honors at Cannes
Dinners will be held in key cities where he won the men's singles
from coast to coast in an attempt in the -international tournament,
at fund raising. Other projects He captured the title by defeating
will also be tried. There is an ad- the Swedish star. Sven Davidson,
ditional possibility of playing ex- who was on the Swedish Davis
hibition contests in Europe en- team. The score was 6-2. 8-4. 7-5.
route to Israel. This would have been enough of j
As for the selection of the team, a rocord to bring home. But Bart-
the naming of athletes who will zon djdn-t stop. He also was part
participate is not yet completed, i of tnp winninjj men's doubles com-
The basketball team is partially bination. He teamed up with Ar-
rhusen. Rego Park, the Long mando Vieira. the top plaver of
Island club that won the National Brazil to take first place They
.Ie\vi>h Welfare Boards annual defeated Orlando Sirola and 81-
toumament. automatically makes anni cierici of Italy. 4-6, 7-5. 63
up half the squad The other half and 10-8.
will be chosen from among college .
Bartzen may yet work his way
all-stars ; h d f Djck g ^
An exhibition game was played '. ... ...____
.,_ u. n_ni and Herb hlanim.
last Sunday between Rego Park
and a team of college seniors to'
give those making selections an Jack Molinas. towering center,
opportunity to see which college wno starred on the Columbia I'm
athletes have the most on the ball, versity basketball team, bowed out
The winning team of the JWB vol- of hls college career in grand
----- style. At the university's annual
a^faaB Varsit> "C" Club dinner. Jack was
awarded a trophy for the most out-
standing basketball player.
Abe Saperstein's famous Harlem
Globetrotters are once again burn-'
ing up the basketball courts and
thrilling audiences on a nation-
wide tour The Negro basketball
stars have literally trotted around
the courts of the world and are
admired wherever there are bas-1
ketball fans.
Al Rosen has pre-season fore-,
casters a little worried. This col- j
umn. for one. has been looking,
forward to seeing Al have a sen- !
sational year. Things have been j
very quiet with him during the ex-1
hibition games But there's plenty i
of time left for him to show his
tuff. Why jump the gun with
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UM Schedules Pop
Summer Series
The University of Miami this
week announced its third
of the Miami Beach Pop Concerts
to be given by the I'M Summer
Symphony Orchestra with John
Bitter as music director.
The series, which has been in-
creased to include 10 concerts,
will open on Sunday evening. June
21st. and run on 1 consecutive
Sundays through August 23rd, in- j
elusive.
Mr. Bitter will conduct six of
the concerts. (luc.-t conductors
will inclnde I/lor Solomon, three
concerts: .and Modeste Alloo, one
concert.
The lower floor of the air con-
ditioned Miami Boach Auditorium
will have 150 tables, each table
seating 8 people and each covered
with a red-ehecked tablecloth. Re-
freshments will be served during |
two intermissions. "The same in-
formal and friendly atmosphere I
will again prevail which brought
20.000 music lovers to the eight
scheduled concerts last summer.''
according to Mrs. Marie Volpe.
concert manager.
The dates and soloists are as
follows: June 21st John Bit-
ter, conductor. Barbara Gibson,
American coloratura soprano: June
28th John Bitter, conductor,
Ruth Posselt. American violinist;
July 5th John Bitter, conductor,
Giulio Gari, tenor, of the Metro-
politan Opera Company and the
Cincinnati Opera Company; July
12th John Bitter, conductor,
Jesus Maria Sanroma. pianist.
July 19th John Bitter, con-
ductor. Helen Roberts and Rich-
ard Walker, stars of the D'Oyly
Carte Opera Company, in an even-
ing of Gilbert and Sullivan; July
26th Modeste Aloo. conductor
Margaret Stern, pianist; August
2nd Izler Solomon, conductor,
an entire orchestra concert, with
no soloist; August 9th Izler Sol-
omon, conductor. Joyce Flissler.
violinist, a winner^ of the .Nauru
berg Foundation Award.
August 16th Izler Solomon,
conductor. Ora Rottenberg. pian-
ist, who comes from Jerusalem. Is-
rael, for this appearance: August
23rd John Bitter, conductor.
Jean Bedetti, cellist, by popular
request, and Shirlee Emmon- to-
prano, soloist with the Robert
Shaw Corale. and lately traveling
with the Melchior ensemble.
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AY. APHU ">. 1953
^ach Masada To
{old Brooklyn Ball
Masada Miami Beach Young
Ldult Zionist District will present
Cs Brooklyn Ball on Sunday, April
f>th, in the Casino of the Monte
hrlo Hotel. Dancing will start at
i p.m., to the music oi the Casino
loom Orchestra.
[Leonard Young, Brooklyn sing-
L Mt' and star of radio and tele-
kiion, will head the show. Frank
-jurence and Cathee will demon-
Crate the latest dances of Brook-
in.
[Contests and exhibitions featur-
Brooklyn vs. The United
Itates have been planned. Pro-
eds of the affair will be used
or Masada's local and Israel pro-
mts.
[Fund raising Chairman Gil Rap-
aport is being assisted by Sam
.bldinger. Abe Schafer, Maralene |
lalik. Dave Goodwin, Lila Gross
fed Phyllis Sager.
^BmiMtinnrKrfX^,
lickey Seiden Stars
Four-year-old Rickey Seiden,
tature radio and television star,
ppeared on Simon Seiden*s Jew-
ish Forum of the Air last Sunday
a special I'assover Festival fea-
bre. Rickey is already fluent in
taclinu and writing.
~~'Xr""
PAGE 9 B
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Jorge Bolet To Appear With U Of M
Symphony; Pianist Veteran Diplomat
Cuban pianist Jorge Bolet will appear with the University of Mi-
ami Symphony Orchestra under the baton of John Bitter on Sunday
and Monday evenings, April 19th and 20th, at the Miami Beach anil
: Dade County Auditoriums.
Havana-born Bolet received the major portion of his musical edu-
cation in this country at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia.
Following his graduation from the
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Curtis School, Bolet toured the
major music centers of Europe.
Then he returned to the United
States to win the coveted Naum-
burg Award which carries with it
the privilege of a Town Hall re-
cital.
When Cuba entered World War
II, Bolet enlisted in the Cuban
Army and was trained and commis-
sioned as an Infantry Officer.
However, the Cuban government
decided to take advantage of both
his command of the English
language and his familiarity with
the United States by sending him
to Washington as an Assistant Mil-
itary Attache of the Cuban Em-
bassy. It was Bolct's mission to
aid in keeping Cuban-American
military cooperation at peak ef-
fectiveness and in promoting cul-
tural understanding between his
country and ours through concert
appearances.
The Pianist's Washington, D.C.,
debut was purely accidental. A
member of an audience of 3,000
assembled to hear a wartime per-
formance of the Sigmund Rombcrg
orchestra. Bolet heard Consitution
Hall's frantic manager explain an
unavoidable delay and beg for lo-
cal talent to come to the fore. The
Cuban diplomat took his seat at
the piano and began the most in-
formal and one of the most suc-
cessful appearances of his
career.
In December, 1944, political
changes at home rendered Bolet's
commission void. The pianist-dip-1
lomat answered this challenge by I
enlisting immediately in the Unit-'
ed States Army. After six weeks
as a private, he was chosen to be
valedictorian of his naturalization
class at (amp Croft, South Caro-
lina. He is the only artist now on
the concert stage who is a veteran
of two armies.
The young pianist's achieve-
ments in this country include the
Josef Hofmann award; appearanc-
es in New York, Philadelphia, Bal-
timore, Boston. Detroit and else-
where; orchestral engagements
with the Philadelphia Orchestra,
under Eugene Ormandy; and an-
nual Carnegie Hall recitals which
are among the "musts" of the New
York season.
. Miami Window.
Miami Beach High School's state champion debaters have captured
seven superior ratings in the Southern Speech Association tournament
at Greenville, South Carolina. Among those cited for award were
?2r2 K,P',n' J*rry Sp*vack and Erna '""n Among the
1,923 Korean veterans who landed in New York last week was Captain
22TE Schiff' 3C' Army medlcal offlcer son o: Mrs. Michael Schiff,
3500 Collins Avenue. He was stationed in the Far East for some two
A golden wedding ceremony was performed on Tuesday for Mr
and Mrs. George F. Franklin, of 9525 Broadview Terrace, Bay Harbor
Island. Dinner was served for more than 100 guests at the Shelborne
HoteL Dr. Joseph Narot officiated. Out-oftown guests included Mr.
and Mrs. Leon F. Franklin, Tucson, Arizona; Mr. and Mrs. Max Shil-
stat Memphis, Tennessee; Jerry Franklin, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:
and Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Levinson .
Dade County's 1953 March of Dimes drive has topped its goal
rolling up a final total of $303,516, according to Robert Pentland Jr '
campaign director. He singled out Mrs. Lillian Wolf, chairman of 49
Miami Beach hotel benefit parties, for special praise. Also cited by
Pentland was Mrs. Sydney Weintraub, chairman of the Mother's March
on Polio Lieutenant Commander Kenneth C. Wittieh has been
named president of the Coral Gables Chapter of the Reserve Officers
Association .
Elected to serve with Wittieh in the association are Captain San-
ford M. Swerdlin, vice president; Captain Elton P. Rosenblatt, secre-
tary-treasurer; and Captain Morton J. Engel, senior advisory council
Former Governor Fuller Warren shared the speakers stand with
Judge Kenneth Oka at the Chamber of Commerce membership break-
fast m the National Hotel. Jack Ross heads the Chamber Trade Rela-
tions Bureau Organizational problems of small business was the
subject of an all-day legal clinic held recently on the roof of the
Columbus Hotel. Joint sponsors were the Florida and Dade County Bar
Associations. Herbert U. Feibelman was chairman.
There is no
"overnight cure"
for constipation!
But there is a natural way to free
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AND THE PROGRESS OF CON-
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TO COMMON TO CHRONIC. IS
HASTENED TO A WIDELY UNREAL-
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YEAR AFTER YEAR WITH STRONG
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i trail of digestive havoc. An upset
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little nourishment to feed the body,
and a colon which often needs an-
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to prod it into renewed muscular ac-
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vicious "laxative habit" takes hold.
Before the victims realize it, their
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even daily laxative or purgative dos-
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comfortable relief.
OF COURSE, THIS NEED NEVER
HAPPEN. IF YOU'RE CONSTI-
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YOUR~MAIN DEPENDENCE ON
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Whole-wheat bran, you know, is
nature's "laxative food instead of a
medicine." When properly processed
.mil shredded, it yields smooth bulk
that does naturally what drug-type
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YOU GET THE COMPLETE.
WHOLE BRAN WITH NOTHING
TAKEN AWAY TO LESSEN ITS EF-
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bulk which neither scratches, irritates
nor inflames the normal colon. It
helpsas nature intendedto sup-
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forced, normal elimination.
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But. remember, Kellogg's All-Bran
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delicious, ready-to-cat NATURAL
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eat for breakfastcan give you the
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Kellogg's on the package, a symbol
of health throughout the civilized
world, speaks for itself.
Of course. Kellogg's All-Bran is no
"overnight cure" for constipation.
There is no such thing. All-Bran must
be eaten regularly to obtain the nat-
ural and lasting relief you are looking
for.
Eat Kellogg's All-Bran every morn-
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Creek. Michiganand get double
your money back.
'I spent half my life looking for a cure
for constipation. After 36 years I began
eating Kellogg's All-Bran daily. I haven't
been bothered with constipation since."
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am
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Pioneer Women To Mark
Israel's Fifth Anniversary
Pioneer Women, Club No. 1, will
celebrate the 5th anniversary of
the establishment of Israel at the
Kneseth Israel Congregation on
Thursday evening. April 16th, 6
p.m. Sophie Krantz will preside.
Child Guidance
Forums For April
Flamingo Lodge and Chapter of
B'nai B'rith are sponsoring a ser-
ies of Child Guidance Forums to
be held at the Benny Babcock Aud-
itorium, East 4th Avenue and 7th
Street. Hialeah, on each Tuesday
in April, 8:15 p.m.
Topics that will be discussed
are:
Home-School Relations: April
14th, presenting Mrs. Niki Merlet-
ti, parent; Jack Kirschbaum. par-
ent; Mrs. Era Mae Furr, principal,
Miami Springs Elementary School;
Miss Margery Buchanan, teacher.
North Hialeah Elementary School;
and Miss Joyce Zimmerman, Flor-
ida Regional Office, Anti-Defama-
tion League. B'nai B'rith.
Development of the Pre-School
Child: April 21st. presenting Dr.
William McKibben, pediatrician:
and Dr. Ted Aidman, psychologist,
Miami Psychological Institute.
Adjustment of Children: April
28th, presented by Dr. Walter
White, director, Child Guidance
Clinic; Arthur Dohlstrohm, psy-
chologist; and Mrs. Margery Hal-
verstadt. psychiatric social worker.
Audience participation will be
invited at each of the forum pres
entations. Admission to this ser-
ies" of forums is free.
Mrs. Louis Glasser
Leaves For Israel
On April 14th
Mrs. Louis Glasser, of 3168
Prairie Avenue. Miami Beach, will
be a member of the National Wom-
en's Israel Bond Delegation leav-
ing for Israel on Tuesday, April
14th. it was announced by the of-
fices of the Israel Bond drive. The
delegation will be the first group
of American Jewish women lead-
ers to conduct an on-the-spot sur-
vey of Israel's economic progress
since the Israel Bond drive started
two years ago.
During the two-week stay in Is-
rael. Mrs. Glasser and other mem-
bers of the Women's Israel Bond
Delegation will visit industrial and
agricultural projects financed by
the Israel Bond drive and will
meet with government and indus-
trial leaders to discuss the role
of Israel Bonds in the country's
program of accelerated economic
growth. Upon her return, she will
participate in the development and
execution of plans for an intensive
mobilization of American Jewish
women in the sale of Israel Bonds.
Key leaders of Israel's Govern-
ment and industry will confer with
Mrs. Glasser and other members
of the Women's Israel Bond Dele-
gation during their tour of Israel.
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To Discuss Judaism
The regular meeting of the Beth
David Sisterhood will be held on
Wednesday. April 15th, 1:30 p.m.
Mrs. Phil Abrams, program di-
rector, has arranged a discussion
pertaining to Judaism in the home.
Mrs. Frank Rose will be hostess
for the Rosh Hashona table. Oth-
ers are the Mesdames Bert Sher
for the Chanuka table; David Ser-
nacker for Sukkoth; David Fames
for Purim; Norman Jacobs for
Passover; Harry August for Shev-
oth; Max Handshu for the Sabbath;
and Max Shapiro for Yom Kippur.
Cantor Maurice Mamches will
chant traditional melodies after
each holiday is explained. Mrs.
Harry Laufer will open the meet-
ing.
The date and place have been
set for Beth David's Sisterhood's
annual Donor Luncheon at the
Clover Club on Wednesday, April
22nd. 12:30 p.m.
In charge are the Mesdames Har-
ry August, Leo Sobel, Max Hand-
shu and Max Shapiro.
Laurel Court Honors
Past Supreme Matron
Laurel Court, Order of the Am-
aranth, will meet on Monday ev-
ening, April 13th, 8 p.m., at the
Odd Fellows Temple, 215 NW 4th
Street. Honored will be Marie
Bird, Honorary Past Supreme Roy-
al Matron, and the Associate Su-
preme Royal Patron.
f25*Y:_*jRri10
Dr. Narot Opens Drive
Dr. Joseph Narot, spiritual lead-
er of Temple Israel, will make an
address at the opening of the Unit-
ed Jewish Appeal campaign in
Memphis, Tennessee, on Monday
evening.
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3AY, APRIL UUIS3
-P f-T-"1 '-.....T
LEGAL NOTICE
|i%
the circuit court of the
{Seventh judicial circuit in
InO for dade county, flor-
n IN CHANCERY. No. 158238
""bit KORNWEB. Plaintiff.
mama KORN1 ki.i>. Defendant.
fc NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
,i .\i:ll V MA Ki iRNF'ELD
., East --'nil Street
ii iMikh n. New York
,., ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
ht 11 BUI of Complain! foi Divorce
1., ii filed att.'imst you. ami \-on
_, required to serve I copy <>f \..m-
" ,, to the Hill of Complaint for
. .. n Hi. Plaintiff's attorneys
NET & CIENET. 420 Lincoln Road,
i'mii Beach, Florida, antl file the
hI Answer In the office of the
k .if the t'Irc-ult Court on Or be-
lli.- iiih day ol Miiy, HT.3, or a
Pro Confeaao will be en'cud
.Jmisijrkrkito+m,
LEGAL NOTICE
IN
IN
FLORIDA.
-r?OTi^E TO CREDITORS
THE COUNTY JUDGES' court
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
in He: K8&Te"&AT"- N' "a
*ARAH ''' ^ OUCKSUN, Deceased
In A < .editors ,! A|| ,...,, g;
( lalma or Demandi Aaainst Bald
Beta te!
Vcmi, and
each nf
lirljrif-i
scree
| you.
9 DATED .ii
Baj .! April,
Miami, Florida, this 3rd
1H53.
E. B. WEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
Hy It. II. RICE. JR.
Deputy Clerk
"' 0-17-21 -- I I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
MiTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN that
he un.leisiitned, desiring- to etur-iice In
1 ;,]|. the f). i i>. of
It l.vnrsTRIES, at 4< N \V. th
In,, I, Miami, intends to resister said
with tlie Clerk of the Circuit
il f Dade County, Florida.
BEN BORN8TKIN
0.17-11 .VI
;Hfd and reti*,?.^ 'pre^anY
;;;;."",r :;.....umihm *mn >',.",
either of you, may have
tote of HARAH
'I late of
the
hereof.
KHIIINl Hi,.
JIM CLICK.\l AN.
I ide County. Plot-
la, t the Honmuhl, County Judaea
'"'; ounty. end file ,,,.
n their office* in the Countv Court-
h?USLi2 '"",'" '"""> Florida, with-
In eight calendar mouths fn.m
date of Hi,- first publican,.,.
Held < lalma or deniandK to contal
the legal address of the claimant and
to be sworn to aud presented ag afore-
*","', ""'" wW barred.
Date March 27, A.D. 1853.
-NATHANIEL CI.ICK.MAN
A* Administrator of the
F.state of
SARAH IDA til.ICKMAN,
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN DpCca"ea
f/VTo"'!- f0r Ad,n,n'*,rator
-JLTV.
PAGE 11 B
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDE.-. r-ICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
muhi: IS HEREBT OIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage In
- under the fictitious name of
ITLOH MADE HOMES, at 671K Col-
Avenue, Miami Peach, Intends
eglster anld name with the dark
in Court of Dade i "o.intv.
jack Taylor
|\vi:i-:t t WOLF
. is for Applicant
Blag.
t ::-]n
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
|Xt> F. IS I1BRRBT GIVEN thnt
f.v undcisigned, desiring to angsaja In
he fictitious name ol
fill: BEAUTY NO<>K, at ll-i'i; N W
A\. Miami, int. nd to register
nit;., with the Clerk of the cir-
i ..i Dade County. Florida.
HETTY JOHNSON
KITH L* BOLDEN
l 1-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE I* HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersign.-d. deirini( to engage in
FTANDARD STEEL KALI'S Co
IjJOT glCJ, at 60.-, Ll. oTn Ro^L
Miami Beach, Fla intends to resistor
said nam.- with the Cl.rk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida
RALPH HA>nL>FI.Mav
MICHAEL M. ISENBKRU
Attorney for Applicant
H07 Blscayne Hldg.
4/3-10-17-21
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
FOR PUBLICATION
hi r. i.y given that the
Brin. r-! .;. heretofore subsisting be-
: us, BEN RL'BIN, HAROLD
IRA HAM and SIDNEY RUBIN, here-
Ifore rarrylng on bnatnaas as Inter-
decorators at !1RI Weat Flagler
. le or firm of Starobin & Sons, has
n .ii- .v..I by mutual consent as
I from the 1st day of. April. 1953.
.....icerna the said HARuLD
J:\H\.\1 who retires from the said
All debts due to and owing by
ui'd I.He firm will be received
i.l paid respectively by HEN RI'IHN
p.I SIDNEY RL'BIN who will con-
e to carry on the said business In
Irtnershlp under the style of Staro-
\- Sons.
Dated the 1st day of April, 1953.
BEN RUBIN
HAH. il.D GRAHAM
SIDNEY RL'BIN
Pa-1T-31 5/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVF.N that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
i'Vw"..s.',,,',',"',lrl "" fictitious nun, .,f
HAMPSHIRE APARTMENTS, at
-oi-36-38 Pennsylvania Avenue. Mi-
ami Peach. Florida, Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida
WOLFE MENDELZYS
MIRIAM MENDELZYS
ALBERT FRANK
ESTHER FRANK
WII.I.I.WI l BRENNER
Attorney f..r l'.nti,.
i,3-10-17-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF tmc
^FOrVa^^OU^Y-f'^
of JERRI A. 8F1KOBL for Uia
IV: DONALD BaUK
f'/0oMBoxJuUAEa' su-
n.is Hied I etition In thl.s cause for
;:o,;;; ,,,,,,. _;li,,;;^
.r ,2 ,he,n """' ll,,ro >" cause
"J"">.<< be. hy the said petition
for adoption of the said minor ,1,
Med*- P"""0'1". hould not be
i.-I",A?','il.V.,">!lH""' ""'' County,
Florida, this 3"th day of March. 1:..,V
I. H. LEATHERMAN
1 l.'k of Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
M;."uo,,S!d'a.BU"dln8
Attorney for Petitioner
4 3-10-17-24
LEGAL NOTICE
^ETwHrE..-,RCUIT COURT OF THE
SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
maD W-PftM COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No 158021
CARMINE LONOOBABDI, Plaiinl??
NIA'm^I'UN'':'"'AUI"' "cr.ndant
_^ NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO; MARY LONQOBABJM.
Hi West 77th Btreel
-New York c,t>, New York
rou are required to serve a copy
i..,.. An"w,r to the Hill f i ,',,_
plaint
upon the plaintiff's
'\ii'!,V,'.n '*',"''-"t"ir. 1-"' Lincoln Road!
Miami I ...i.h. Florida, and file the
original In the ,.ff.,. ,,, ,,. ,-|t.,k "f
the (Ircuit Court on hefore April
]>..; otherwise, said Hill will be
,.'". ja. confessed by you.
Dated this 2th day of March. A.D.
taken
LEGAL NOTICE
1953.
'Seal)
1/3-10-17-21
K n. LEATHERMAN
( lerk of the Circuit Court
By R. H. RICE, JR.
I i.puty Clerk
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersign* .|. desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
LAWRENCE ENTERPRISES, at 1270
East Bay Harbor Drive, Bay Harbor
Island. Dads County, Florida. Iin.ii.ls
to refit name with the Clerk
6f the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
LAWRENCE J. SCHLOSBERG
Sole owner
3/27 1/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
..>_ NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undeisigned, desiring to engage in
iTi^uJ^''' """ "'"ous name of
ELIZABETH APARTMENTS, at 2M1
> U. .,lh Street, .Miami, Horida, In-
tend to register said name wiln tne
'l.ik of tne Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ISADORE MAROOUS
MOLLIE MAROOUS
BLANCHE FEIGENSON
SAMl.'KL It'iSKNTIlAL
roth rosenthal,
william bchmittell
.......gertrpdk bchmittell
kotner a mannheim er
Attorneys for Elisabeth Apartments
.", '-'"c"1" Road, Miami Beach, Ha.
4/3-10-1,-24
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HOTEL- SANITARIUM
OS SCST. COMVAlEiCEfn I
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the uDdersimed, desiring to engage In
lUSlnes.i un.,,-1 : r ioUS n of
EDI APARTMENTS at 710-2-1
iclid Aveaue. Miami Beach. Florida,
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
FANNIE KOPEL
SHEINSR A SPIELER
Attorneys for Applicant
3U2 Roper Building, Miami, Fla.
4/1-10-17-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKIIY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buslncs. under the fictitious in.......f
THE MOMMSEN VITALITY MAS-
SAGE CENTER, at 180 Westward
Drive, Miami Springs, Florid... intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
EARL MOMMSEN
VIRGINIA MOMMSEN
MARX M. PABBR
Attorney for Applicants
3/27 1/3-10-17
he
over .if" ,,a,t- ** "*
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.CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
an international asEy
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^"spiper:
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MJ com-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREB1 OIVEN that
the linden gni I, di Irina to engage in
business under l ,:,,,. ,,i
CHXCAOO OUEST HOUSE, at 27
Jefferson Avenue, .Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
tyi.aQ.MVM ffiS8US BmXB
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 157989
LILLIAN FALANQA CORBA,
Plaintiff
vs.
I in: I'I NATO COREA, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: FuRTl'NATO COREA,
c/o Yacup,
102 Mercer Street.
Jersey City, New Jersey
You are required to serve a copy of
the Answer to the Bill of Complaint
upon the plaintiffs attorney, MOR-
TON ROTHENBERO, 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 Bill
will he taken as confessed by you.
Dated this 25th day of March, A.D.
1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By R. H. RICE, JR.
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
3/27 4/3-10-17
a* estat^,k*3m-b
BENJAMIN FRANE in--.....t
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT"! IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
.D,*;,,'.N, CHANCERY. No. M77T4.
Richard J. TARRANT, Plaintiff
vs.
ANNA Q0INAN TARRANT.
___ORDER OF PUBLICATION'"'
TO: ANNA QUINAN TARRANT
IrtH l Montclalr, New Jersey
,.Y,OU ,.\!tl:. ,IK"KBY 'NOTIFIED
that a I.ill of Complaint for Div.,;.,-
Iia.s been filed against you, an.I
are heresy reiiulre.l to serve a i-'opy
"f your answer or pleading to th'
Bill of ( omiilalnt on the plaintlff'n
attorney, HERBERT H. iictmi:
2" 'ilympia HuildliiK, Miami, Flo -'
Ida, and file the original Answ.-r t,i
Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
ISth day of April, ItU. If you fall
to do so, Judgment by default wilt
be taken against you,
DATED, March ISth. I>63.
E. H LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
, By M c. (1RKKN
."..!r''.','-" ''""..' Sl':'" Deputy .
.. hi rge as Executi i\
This 17th day of March. 1953
M.I-T.iN A. KRIEUMan" KUANK
Attorney for Executrix
3 20-17 4/3-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
S^i2a?Afe C1RCUIT OF FLOR
SrL.^NP0,FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. N0 i57K?o
ERNEST W. R1E.se, Plaintiff' "
vs.
OERDA RIESE, Defendant.
, VV \ ?E3PA RIESE are hereby
notified to rile your defensive plead-
lna to this suit ajltfa this Court's
Clerk, ai .1 serve i copy on Plaintiffs
attorneys, HUTNER \- HL'TNER
plympla Bids Miami, f:.. ,,,, .,,
i"!w.- April l.-,. |5|, elae the Com-
win i,e tak.-n as confessed by
Dated Mar 12. I>63. B B. leath-
BRM \N. 1 lerk ,.f the Circuit Court
Seal) B) \v.\l. w. STOCKINU
Deputy Clerk.
I 20-27 4/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Ni-il .. is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersign,'!. deslilng to engage In
business uadi t1 l.tiiious mune of
AMERICAN HOME LAUNDRIES
AND CLEANERS, at 100S SW -th
Street, Miami, Flu, Intends to-regis-
ter said name with the Clerkr'of the
Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida-
MAlRirE M RAFKIN
Sole Owner
3/27 1/3-1U-17 ________
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
ICE IS 'HEREBY OIVEN that
the m. lie-trlng to engage In
bus .' I".- fictitious name of
I'Ri LITE .. :i7; 8.W. 3,li Avenue.
Mi.iol s.OibI.., in:. ikI to re|i ter said
Clerk I. Circuit
. tount). F"oi. i.i.
DSVE DOBBY
L. I' TUCK
FRj;iD.\l.\.\ AND S'lfA-PIRo

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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Ki n 11 E IS I, V that
the in1' I in
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m ..- \ honi'h 1
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kl'M
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SDiCALII
_____"
NOTICE UNDER FICTITJOUS
NAME LAW
HEUKBY GIVEN
. engage In
n me ..'
CORAL OATE DELICACIES, at 1717
J VV 1 lends to
I name with the Clerk of
t Court of Dds County.
Florida.
LESLIE K. SHARrsTEEN
STEPHEN F KESSLER
Attorney for Applicant
1 S.W. Und Av*.
V*-X1 1/1-10
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 15/995
MAY BLNK1EWITZ, Flaintiff
vs.
WALTER JOHN ZINK1EWITZ
I ',fendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: WALTER JOHN ZINKIEWITZ*
You are hereby notified that a Hill
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. I S.W. ttni
Avenue, Miami,' Florida, and file the
oHgrnal Anawer or I'lea.llng in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 30th day of
April, 1HJ3. If you fail to do so. Judg-
ment by default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded in the
Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for f*>ur consecutive Weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIIHAN
DONE AND OHDKRF.D at Miami.
Florida, this 15& day eV-March, A.D.
NTJHS,5IRCUIT COURT OF THE
VI2 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 157780
FLORENCE ROSE BRAYTON
Plaintiff,
vs.
ALOYSIL'S ROBERT BRAYTON,
Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: ALOYSII'S ROBERT BRAYTON
1 -1 -' 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
I'laintiff's 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, IIS3; otherwise, the
allegations of said Bill of Complaint
will be taken as confessed against you.
Dated this 17th dav ,,f March, 1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
By R. H. RICE. JR.
tseal) 1 lenuty Clark
fJBORQE J. TALIAN'.F'F. ESQ.
Attorney for I'laintlff
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
1/10-27 1/3-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 157724
KDWARD 11. DIAMOND, Plaintiff
vs.
Ruse DIAMOND, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ROSE DIAMOND
:;..:! < 'ypres.s Avenue
Bronx .'.4. New York
zOU are hereby required to serve
copy of your Answer to the Bill of
Complaint 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
day of April, 1951; otherwise, the BUI
of Complaint heretofore filed will be
taken as eonfasaiad by yon.
DATED at Miami, Florida, this 17th
day of March, 1953.
B. H. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
I'.ide Ciiuntv, Florida
By: WM. \V BTOCKLNO
Deputy clerk
Name and address of
Plaintiff's Attorney:
NORMAN R LYONS
:.'."-IJ Olympla Building
Miaint Florida
3 80-27 -- 4 S-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
Il ned, desiring to encase '
inde PRECISION SHEET METAL WORKS
.11 1 ;.;i N Miami Avenue, Mian.
lends to r.-Kisl.-r said naim- "illi ill.-
1 the circuit Court of Dade
(-ounty. Florid.1
lllll.il' TA8HMAN
CHERTKoF & KAI.ISH
At;..1 n. .. for Applicant
1 >!'. mpia Hldg.
1/3-10
1903.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Clreul* Court.
Dade County. Florida
liy M C. CREEN
(Circuit court Saul) Deputy Clerk
STEPHEN F KKSBLKR
Atlurne> for Plaintiff
1 s w 22nd Avenue. Miami. Rorida
1/11 1/3-10-17
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF
IN
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
WE1NBJCHS BAKERY AND OVEN
bake SHOP, at i'll6 Pom a .1. Leon
Blvd.. CoSSI Cables, intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Clr-
cult Court of Dade Cuntv. Florida.
VKToR RBISS
OTT- > BOCK LI
owners & Co-Partners
MYERS. IIEI.MAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Au|ilic4iils
Beybold Bldg.
I 13-20-27 4'3
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN
CHANCERY. No. 158199
JENNIE RISKMAN. Plaintiff,
vs.
.MAX RISKMAN I >'. ndant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO MAX Klb'EMAN, I t hill Farm.
Brooklyn, Connecticut
You are hereb>
of Cosnpls m fot 1 'Ivon has been
filed against you and yon are h<
of TOUT
Answer to the Bill of '.-mplaint on
Plaintiff's attorney, and file the oriK-
lnal Answer In the office of th.
f the .';: .11 Court, on or before the
:th day of Mi lae, the
allegation- of said Bill of Complaint
will be taken as confessed against
-. 1 ...
DATED this 2nd day of April. 1953.
E. B. l.KATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
By R. H. RICK. JK
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
C.EORGE J. TAI.IANOFF
Attorney for Plaintiff _
424) Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Fla.
4/10-17-24 5/1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 157919
CECILIA MORALES, Plaintiff
vs.
JERRY MORALES, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JERRY MORALES, co Buccola
IM0 W. 11th Btaaet
Brooklyn. New York.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Biil'of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you in the
above entitled cause and you are
hereby required to serve a copv of
your Answer to the Bill of Complaint
..n th.- I'laintiff's attorneys, and file
the original in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or baton
the ?3rd day of April, 19.13. otherwise
THE a i).-. ree Pro Cunfesso will be en;
AND [against you.
This notice shall be published once
ea.-h-w.-ek for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH F!.. iRIDIAN.
Dated at .Ml.nil. Florida, this 23rd
day of March, 1*5S.
1: B. LEATHERMAN
.11 Curt
By: WM. \\ STOCKING
Deputj 1
FALL. iT. SILVER A Ml'I.l.OY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
701 Congress It lilding, Miami, Florida
II -:T
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT-IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. ..NO. 157761
STEPHEN J. VENEZIA, flaintlff
IS.
EMU- J KASEMETZ,
Defendant, et ala
NOTICE TO APPEAR
To: Eiml J. Kasemetz, und
If married, his unknown wife
Kasemets; all parties
claiming interest by, through,
under or against F^mil J. Kase-
mets and his unknown wife,
all parties having or claiming
to nave any right, title or In-
terest In the following describ-
ed land:
Lot 20 Block 191, Ida M. Steb-
blns Subdivision, Plat Hook
S, page 1*5, of the public rec-
ords of Dade County, Florida:
all of the above persons If alive, and
if .bad. to their unknown heirs, de-
. i.-L'at.-.* or grantees.
You and each of you are hereby
notified that a suit has been fi
the above named court hy the plaintiff
for the purpose of (piieting title of
the plaintiff in the above described
property; and you and each of you
i.-.,jired to serve a copy of your
answer to the bill of complaint on
the plaintiff's attorney. Frederick N
Farad, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, Florida, and file the one rial
in the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
Court of Dale Cotmty, Florida, on
or before the 17th day of April,
otherwise a decree pro confesso will
be entered against you.
Dated the 18th day of March. 105k.
K. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Said Court
By R. H. RICE. JR
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
FREDERICK N. BARAD
Attorney for Plaintiff
4;n Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
3,20-27 43-10
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Between You and Me'
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1951. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
ISRAEL ARGUMENTS: Israel's duce precision instruments, and
arguments for its inclusion in any include armaments plants, chem-
Middle East defense organization ical plants, tire plants, iron and
that may be established are being steel foundries and other indus-
carefully analyzed by competent tries on which the modern army
authorities in Washington .' depends Not to speak of Is-
Some of these arguments are very I rael's highly trained scientific per-
impressive and cannot be ignored, sonnel. which is the best in the
even though pro-Arab elements in entire Middle East ... All these
Washington are trying their best factors geographic location, mil-
to undermine Israel's position itary strength, industrial facilities
The major argument in Israel's and scientific potential make
favor is the country's strategic lo- Israel an indispensable factor in
cation Situated where three [ Middle East defense planning, and
continents meet. Israel presents must be taken into consideration
the natural communications junc- in Washington, if a Middle East
tion among Asia, Africa and Eur-; regional defense organization is ev-
ope ... Its airports and its two er to be established.,
harbors in tfaifa and Elath are
essential links in the Middle East, WASHINGTON SCHEMES:
defense cham By air Israel is Something is brewing in Washing
merely ,,0 miles from oil sources ton now which win comc as a
in Iran; 550 miles from oil sources grcat disappointment to Jewish
in Iraq; 200 miles from the Turk-' RroUpS seeking modification of the
ish coast; 160 miles from British McCarran Immigration Act It
bases in Cyprus and 125 miles' seems that a "deal- is in the mak-
from the Suez Canal Military i big which will leave the McCarran
movements in any direction would (Act unchanged ... In exchange,
be greatly hampered unless Israel President Eisenhower will propose
portrait of a bigot, who together, shed u result of the cynical
with a small group of other shad-' ambitions of these bigots is stir-
owy characters, see "big business" i ringly pictured Iqr the author
in racial propaganda ... The ter- The book, which is attracting great
rible price which peaceful com- attention, will provide food for
munities pay in riots and bloou- thought on how bigotry to gaptott-
is included in the defense plan-
ning for the Middle East Then
comes the argument that after Tur-
ind Congress will acceptthe
admission, with a period of three
years, of 300,000 refugees from
keys army, srael s is the strong- Europe outside of the immigration
est in the Middle East The quota A similar m was
Israel Government has made it carried out b President Truman
clear tha it can mobilize 250.000 I ^ton the McCarran Act was pass
troops, all of them well trained. jed, and the visas granted Dp.s and
w Mm"y i, 7. ve.,e,rans. of, refugees during these three years.
World War II Also taken into were charged against future immj.
consideration is srael s industnal gration quotas Important non.
iL llPOenUl U. "C Jewish groups which have been
a very' important element in the
organization of Middle East de-
fighting the McCarran Act seem
to be amenable to such a deal .
*..,.,. ?. .t_ lo u* rename 10 sucn a aeai .
S. Vn' A,J. *H lstJ">H Croups ra, not be happy
in^,.-i,i ___ i / .if .i. may die before the idea even de-
?ZZ LZll e t'"eS ve,P*d k"*n that Pres-
Ex.st.ng factories in Israel pro- ident Eisenhowcr opposed to
Zukernick On WINZ
Liberal Arts Group
Hears Talk On Dance
certain features of the present im-
migration law. however he seems
to believe that the injustices
Guest of Harold Shapiro's radio against certain categories of pros-
program "Meet Your Neighbor'., pective immigrants can be elimin-
".v.|U" y' P 12,h' S,a,ion a,ed if in the course f the ne"t
W INZ. 8 p.m.. will be Harry Zuk- three years, some 300.000 refugees
ermck. Metropolitan Division arc admitted Jewish immigra-
Chairman of the Combined Jew-, ,ion ,0 this C0Untry. which has
practically ceased, will benefit
I very little from the admission of
refugees under the proposed deal. |
I since the number of Jewish dis- j
placed persons now in Europe is !
very small The situation would ;
A talk on the folk dances of dif- not change even if the countries '
ferent nations will be given Thurs-1 behind the Iron Curtain permitted
day night. April 16th. at 830 p.m.. |the emigration of Jews Such '
to the Liberal Arts Croup of the Jews would then be classified as1
Greater Miami Jewish Community regular immigrants permitted to I
Center by Mrs. Hazel Nowakow- leave their native countries, and
ski The program will be present-1 not as refugees They would
ed at the Center's Town Branch, then have to seek regular imml-
450 SW 16th Avenue. j gration visas which, under the
Mrs. Nowakowski. who directs terms of the McCarran Act. have
cotillion clubs in Coral Gables and been mortgaged for many years
is on the faculty of the School of [ particularly for countries like Pol-
Education at the University of Mi- and. Rumania. Hungary' Czecho-
ami, will discuss folk dancing as Slovakia, which have small quotas,
it reflects the characteristics of .
different peoples and cultures A j WHAT PRICE BIGOTRY? Jew-
dance group under the leadership ish organizations engaged in ex
S the talk ,11UStrat,0n|ie rabb.e-rousers owe a great deal
oi ine iaiK. of recognition to Niven Busch the
Chairman for the evening is Mrs. J noted author The true face of
Phoebe Zuckerman. and the hosts \ a rabble rouser has never been re-
for the refreshment period will be vealed so impressively as by Mr
Busch in his "The Hate Merchant,"
just published by Simon and
Schuster Some of the leaders
of anti-Semitic groups in this coun-
try will easily recognize them-
selves when they read the book .
They will also be easily recognized
by Jewish as well as non-Jewish
Mr. and Mrs. Max Sockloff.
Harold Moss Assumes
Complete Charge Oi
Colony Restaurant
v, u.^.j u ., n-Je\
Mr. Harold Moss, owner of the readers of the novel From the
25* w' Krant, L0U"*e- "X I P0'"1 of view of he'Pin to combat
Coral Way. has taken over the racial and religious bigotry in this
complete operation of the location. !country, Mr. Busch has made an
including the resUurant. Mr Moss j outstan ding contribution ... And
wiU ^remembered as an associ- if My organization presents an
ate of his father the late Erving ,ward for helping inP ,he fjJJ
SSLH bU..Vhe K? Z8" gainst anti-Semitism, it would t* !
tabhshment which operated under .well earned bv Mr Busch
the name of Erving's. j^,, fiction writer, he has force-
Mr. Moss' staff will consist of fully told the American people the j
Mr. Nick Martell. Lounge operator; story of how anti-Jewish and anti-
Mr. Ralph Stephens. Restaurant; Negro propaganda is being used by I
direction; Ralph Gonzalez, chief unscrupulous persons for the sake '
steward; and Miss Bernice Foster, i of enriching themselves With
hostess. j masterful strokes he paints the
f by criminal forces *
innocent and wcllmT,i
cans for their ,fi?
. The novel makes w
reading, even fr J*
not interested in socia?
o- rotai, mini
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PAGE 41 K£S2£ HaroWShapro Announces Candktacy JSSTJI 1£.7£ fw Beach Councitmanic Post June 2nd Harold Shapiro. Miami Beach, Neighbor. He is active on behalf /gDAY. APBD, will bold a Third Seder on Sunday. April 12th. 6 pjn.. at the Lyceum. 25 Washington Avenue PupUs of the Y L Peretz School one and religions leader, announced hi> candidacy for Miami Beach Citj Council this week on a will read and recite the mam pans P latfor "• ^dependent can of a new Hassadah recentr* compiled by the Jewish poe: Israel Jacob Schwartz. The "wfrral portion of the program will be rex dered by Miriam Donnerstae. music director of the Hebrew Acad err.} and the Beth David CongreNorma Reiff. soprano of the Miami Beach Jewish Center: and Laurel Rubin, contralto Coral Gables Jewish Center Community singinp will he di rected by Joseph Duntov. district dictate ior an independent rounk-i Shapiro reported that he Baas a meeting nest week of all Miami Beach organizations and mdrodual> who are opposed to of the National Council of Christians and Jews and the Miami Round Table radio programs. He was cited for outstanding sen-ice by James W. Whitehead. director. Shapiro has during the past seven years made more than 1.000 talks on subjects including Americanism, art. music, brotherhood. consolidation of the city with Pade : democracy, literature. Judaism and count? Shapiro, who currently is chairman of the Miam: Beach division of the Combined J at Ke> West I Chest, the Miami Beach Zionist He is a member of the Amen-1 Dinnct and the Dade County Bar can. Wisconsin. Milwaukee County. 'Associations Florida Dade County and Miami I f mv feUw citirens e]ecX me Beach Bar AssociaDons He says Shapiro said. "I do not intend to that his beliefs are in the same ^ a rubher ^ amp for anv ndj category as Eddie Cantor's, who u dual or group. I promise to work Cancer Research Laboratory m the told Shapiro Jn "din interview eff (lively with anyone favoring .; Hope. California. ~]U y*ww/ i* £<*** JEWISH KITCHEN First I am a good American, ^ner government and will do evi good erything within my power to lead our community toward this goal." ~ M*T10 MEAL T-.i ; -esr cf si: Mtc MM! becaja* %  i mad %  -.( f.r.est of a^ Matzo.1 : 1 h:_seuv. eacJ ntwr.ti tW., reiy on STREITS MATZO MEAL STREITS MATZOS D I-M • .: IK %  nap* T aav tea*. D-srnrre Ixcivtntlf I, Hl-GRADE FOOD CO. 17M M.W. 7* AVL rwONf t-MS. Rabbi lommdL E. Eockorwkj M5 MMri gan Atnu Zionist-" :iro is former president of the Miami Beach Zionist District. which was the largest district in the South during his term of office Shapiro also is a past chairman of the Jewish National Fund Cour The candidate recently was elected president of the Miami Beach post of the Jewish War Veterans Active in veterans" affairs, he also is a member of the American Legion and Amvets. He has been on the Veterans Committee of the Dade County Bar Association which provides free legal senIce to veteran He served as chairman of the Public Relations Committee for! the Miami Beach Coordinating Unit for the Dade County Civil Dej lense Council. Shapiro was instrumental in organizing the Miami j Alumni Club of Alpha Epsilon Pi, Fraternity, helped establish a chapter at the University of Miami and then served as president of the .ni Club. Shapiro has been a* radio com-1 mentator on WTXZ for several .•years, featuring the programs, Builders Of Israel and Meet Your Shapiro headed the recent campaign that resulted in the purge of more than 7.000 voters from the Beach voting lists He now is launching a campaign to register I some 5.000 persons he estimates' are eligible to vote in municipal elections but have not registered. I Campaign headquarterfor Shaj piro will be established at sev locations in the near future. Sadye G. 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r>AV. APRIL 10, 1953 [ewish Home For Aged ill Award "Degrees" Wearing collegiate cap and gown, 13 resident* of the Jewish me for the Aged whose combined ages total 911 years of life, will honored at unique "commencement" exercises on Wednesday aftern, April 22nd, on the Home's grounds at Douglas Gardens. Principal speaker in a "baccalaureate address" at the event will be Bay F. W. Pearson, president of the University of Miami, who will Idress the "graduates" and their lends. Dr. Pearson's topic will otlight (he adjustments that old l can achieve despite the handii of disabling chronic illness. "diplomas" and the contring of "degrees" will mark the .mmenccment day" arranged by chairmen Baron de Hirsch Meyand Mrs. Sol Silverman. IntroIcing Dr. Pearson will be Baron Hirsch Meyer, vice president of e Home. Mrs. Silverman is presiCit oi ihe Greater Miami WomTs Auxiliary to the Jewish Home • the Aged. bi the list of those honored are. keph Melnick, 73, known as the Luther Burbank" of the Home, bose skill with gardening and pdscaping has earned him the deL of "Doctor of Horticulture." fvid Jacobs, 72, is creator of the Uie's Thrift Shop. Jacobs refurthes clothes, toys and furniture t sail-, and to date has earned 1,000. His goal is $10,000, towards e Jack Ablin Memorial Infirmy. His degree will be "Doctor of jisiness Administration." ResiInts have dubbed him "Mr. Sears lebuck %  Two leaders in the Home's repious life are Isaac Yourkawitz, I and Solomon Gross, 73. Gross [a former president of the Resints' Organization and a Talmuscholar. He is in charge of the tme's synagogue, Including an [tar and Sefcr Torah on the DougGardens premises. Sexton of synagogue is Yourkawitz. For br interest, each will receive a mmendation for "creative conIbutions." IFor faithful attendance at the kglish classes for residents and % en "A" grades for effort and jL*2t£*******V7 lowenstein, of 104 Wast Dl* Drie, Miami Beach, Chairman fa board of M. lowenstein and %  f New York, was Chairman of P MM Inaugural Dinner lavncn%  I % %  year'i Joint Defense Anneal Heaendent campaign in New York Mprtl 9th, at the Hotel Waldorf H or.a The Joint Defense Anneal "• 'nd-roi$in arm of the Amer""'sh Committee and the AnI'omotion League of B'nni i'rith, nations oldest Jewish ernanizo w with coordinated nroaranu de •* to cemhattln, anti-Semitism '90try, nronmtinn hotter inter • %  relations and safotnardinf %  %  • rights. I. mmi, the JDA %  eneficiary of the Groater Mi%  'Jew.sh FodororthM,. Co^hairman • "inner with Mr. lowenstein Jacob Blaast.in of Baltimore, 1 •' the America. Oil Cimaeny Resident of th. Amorkem JewKMiitHa. Mr. Uwawtohi is %  %  I authority on textile nmdncH< %  > ahM active la aaitaa %  affairs at a loader in ho•' tommunal activities and inOnited Jtwh* AJJPML H b 7* r •' m AM Easter. *••>. *" •* Honorary Chairman ^'WNwToAdrhc energy in learning are Mrs. Rebecca Noretsky, 67, Mrs. Esther Kaplan, 71, Mrs. Bessie Mott, 67, Mrs. Jennie Gerstein, 70, Max Abramowitz, 71, and David Ratihn, 67. They have been progressing in English classes sponsored at the Home by the Council of Jewish Women and the Women's Auxiliary, learning to communicate with their children and to become citizens, according to Mrs. Rose Levitan, instructor. A special degree will go also to 66-year-old Isadora Doctor. Despite illness, he serves as a bank and mail messenger. He will be cited as "Communications Officer." Two more "graduates" are 76year-old Joseph Forster and 66year-old Sam Goldstein. Forster grows and sells tropical fish as his occupation at the Home and is the Home's projection-man for the films shown. He is president of the Residents' Organization. Goldstein is a leader in the Arts and Crafts program sponsored at the Home by the Greater Miami Jewish Community Centers. These classes are taught by Mrs. Dorothy Reich. Goldstein has been turning out artistic handbags and linen work since arriving at the Home a year ago. Prominent in the April 22nd program will be the Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged. Participating organizations are the Council of Jewish Women, Greater Miami Jewish Community Centers, Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Jewish Social Service Bureau, Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, Mount Sinai Hospital and the Bureau of Jewish Education. The program, beginning at 2:30 p.m., will be opened by Cantor Samuel Kelemer accompanied by Hy Fried. Rabbi Max Shapiro will deliver the invocation, followed by addresses by Baron de Hirsch Meyer and Mrs. Silverman. The Douglas "faculty" will be introduced by Executive Director Maurice Pearlstein of the Home. Dr. Pearson will officially present' the "diplomas" to the 13 "graduates." Douglas Gardens is located on 7 acres at NE 2nd Avenue and 53rd Street. It accommodates 60 residents, aged and chronically afflicted. It is a beneficiary agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. PAGE 7B ART'S RIDDLE SOLVED This priceless painting by Renaisance artist Andrea Mantegna, vrronaly labelled for more than 200 years, has been identified by Dr. Franz Landsberger, curator of the Jewish Museum at the Hebrew Union College, as actually centered on the Bible story of Esther. As a result of Dr. Landsberger's findings, the Cincinnati Art Museum, which own the painting, has renamed it Esther And Mordecai. HUC Museum Curator Identifies Jewish Theme In Famous Painting Education Bureau To Show Film A Bureau of Jewish Education meeting will be held at the Bu: iu building on Monday, April 1311% at 8:15 p.m. The meeting will feature the showing of To Save One Life, a picture in color and sound depicting the plight of two Yeminite sisters. The agenda also includes a discussion of the Bureau's annual dinner and the nomination and election of officers. Benjamin Meyers will preside. Dov Chapter Fetes Annual Child's Day Dov Chapter, Mizrachi Women, will celebrate annual Childs Day with an Israeli Night Party on Sunday, April 12th, 8 p.m., at the Beth El Congregation. Proceed* will go to the Children's Village and Farm School in Raanana, Israel. Soprano Ruth Brotman will sing several Israeli selections accompanied on the piano by Anyuta Melicov. Other entertainers will be Jean Silver, violinist, and Ezra Perach, Morris Urovsky and Sally Alperstein in dances of all nations. CINCINNATI — One of the Cincinnati Art Museum's most prized paintings, wrongly labelled for more than 200 years, has been identified by Dr. Franz Landsberger, curator of the Jewish Museum at the Hebrew Union College here, as actually centered on a Jewish theme. The painting, the work of Andrea Hantegna (1531-1506), one of the greatest masters of the Italian renaissance, had long been known as Tarquin And* The Cumaean Sibyl. As a result of Dr. Landsberger's investigations, the museum has now renamed it Esther And Mordecai. Careful study of the masterpiece indicated the misnomer. According to legend. Dr. Landsberger, the Sybil sold three scrolls to the king. The painting shows only one. The prophetess wears royal robes and crown; the supposed king is dressed in shabby garments. The transaction takes place not in a palace but in a doorway. Examining the painting in the light of history and mindful of the fact that Mantegna often portrayed Jewish heroines, Dr. Landsberger reached the conclusion that the painting represents Queen Esther, her cousin and guardian Mordecai discussing the decree ordering the destruction of the Persian Jews as recorded in the Bible. The Book of Esther relates that she, a Jewess, had been crowned queen by the Persian king, Ahasuerus, when Mordecai learned of the decree. Dr. Landsberger recalled. A copy of the edict reaches Mordecai. He strews ashes upon his head, tears his garments and clothes his body in sackcloth, in accordance with Jewish practice. In this attire, he goes to seek Esther to bring her word of the impending calamity, but he is not admitted to the palace because, according to Persian etiquette, "no one might enter the king's gate clothed with sackcloth." According to the Bible story, Esther and Mordecai communicate through messengers, a sequence that could not be reproduced through a single picture. Hence, Dr. Landsberger explained here, Mantegna portrayed instead the meeting of the two principals. Once this assumption is made, the shabby garments of the man, the royal raiment of the woman, the scroll and the setting of at the portal find their explanation. The shoes and trousers worn by the man, Dr. Landsberger added, | point him up as a Persian Jews, and the turban suggests the hat worn by the Jews of Europe during the Middle Ages and probably at least by poorer Jews still at the i ducer was "The Gay Diplomat" in By TERRY ELMAN (Copyright. 1953. Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.) Since his earliest day in high school there never has been any doubt in the mind of Pandro S. Berman as to his ultimate vocation. Now recognized as one of Hollywood's ablest producers, he had planned just such a career at an age when the majority of boys give no thought to their life's work. In the Berman home, however, motion pictures had been a topic of daily conversation from the time Pandro was born. His father, the late Harry M. Berman, was both an exhibitor and executive of a distribution company. In 1923, with the ink barely dry on his New York high school diploma, Berman arrived in the film capital, determined then and there to be a producer. Starting as a script clerk, young Berman spent the ensuing eight years studying every phase of making motion pictures — photography, the development of a screen story from author to cameraman, cost of pictures and other complicated procedures necessary to bring a film to the screen. His first picture as an RKO protime of Mantegna. Even the decree in the painting is not an ordinary scroll but of the kind with which the Jews of that time and of later times were familiar. "Many of his paintings prove that Mantegna is a stickler for historical exactness," the cur ator said. Just as he made the appearance of Mordecai follow historical custom, Dr. Landsberger found, so he sought to give the scroll an authentic look and chose the Jewish scroll of Esther as a pattern. Vienna SAYS... MODERN HOMEMAKERS USE MODERN HOUSE CLEANING METHODS House cleaning methods of today are a far cry from those used by our grandmothers. Science and invention have practically eliminated the drudgery in house cleaning that was grandma's lot. The many modern conveniences such as the automatic washer, the automatic dryer, the automatic ironer, the vacuum cleaner, applicators, polishers, modern soaps, detergents, insecticides, waxes, polishes, glass cleaners, plus commercial services such as rug cleaners, curtain laundries, window and house cleaning services, drapery cleaners, etc., which were not available to grandma, are accepted as commonplace in this modern age. For example, the smart homemaker of 1953 no longer finds it necessary to advertise the fact to her visitors that her home is in tested with bugs by the use of telltale powders and strong-smelling, obnoxious liquid insecticides. The modern homemaker bug cleans as she house cleans with a non-staining, clean-smelling residual insecticide such as Real-Kill Bug Killer, which not only eliminates her bug problems but also prevents musty odors and damage caused by mildew and mold growth. No doubt, the homemaker of 1903 would find house cleaning in 1953 a joyous adventure. Science and invention have simplified house cleaning, adding years of pleasure to the life of the smart homemaker who adopts modern methods. 1931. Until he left that studio in 1940, to sign a long-term contract with MGM, he produced some 85 pictures and established himself as one of Hollywood's most successful movie-makers. Joining MGM in 1940, he has produced such hits as "Father of the Bride," "Ivanhoe" and the "Prisoner of Zenda." He is currently at work on "All the Brothers Were Valiant" which stars Robert Taylor, Stewart Grainger and Ann Blyth. One of Berman's favorite foods is stuffed cabbage. Here is an excellent recipe: 4 lb. head of cabbage 2 lb. ground beef 1 cup onion, chopped fine % cup uncooked washed rice Va cup chopped celery tomato juice or stewed tomatoes 3 tablespoons chopped parsely 1 teaspoon salt V* teaspoon pepper sauerkraut Procedure: Pour boiling water over cabbage, cover, let stand. Mix together beef, onion, rice, celery, parlsey, salt and pepper. Tear off leaves of cabbage, lay large tablespoons of mixture in stem end, lay folded side down in large kettle. Over first layer place thin layer of sauerkraut, small amount of tomato juice or stewed tomatoes, then repeat layers for four layers; over all pour large can of tomatoes. Cook slowly for two hours. Music, Arts League Meets On Thursday • Miami Beach Music and Arts League will hold its next monthly assembly in the form of a musical evening at the Sea Gull Hotel's Terrace Room on Tuesday evening, April 14th, 8:30 p.m., with Leo. Robinson presiding. Judge Kenneth Oka, chairman of the Board, and Joseph Mooney have arranged the program. Participants are Frances Cooper, soprano; Lila Lobenthal, pianist and accompanist; and Marcel Chiland, French tenor, with Anyuta Melicov at the piano. Hadassah Book Review Desiree, by Annemarie Selink, will be reviewed at the Tuesday Review of the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah in Temple Beth Sholom on Tuesday, April 14th, 1.30 p.m. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein is the reviewer, with Mrs. Morris Apert acting as chairman.



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3A Y, APRIL 10, U Bfj srael-Red Refatlqns May Me Resumed; eport Moscow Releases Arrested MD's Continued from Page 1 A die baselessness of .all that SoP aI1( | Communist quarters have Ljlegcri against such 3v t an fcit'>' ns as the Joint Distribum committee, the Zionist organisation and the Jewish world as a Role." I" 1 said J w jj r Locker expressed the hope hat the Soviet authorities would further steps in this direction [ A would review the "extreme Leisure" <>f breaking off relations \rith Israel. Such a change in pollute! have a strong appeal to j people of Israel and peace-lovi people throughout the world, ^stressed. The libels against the Jews neiIther began with the case of the [accused phvsicians nor does it end %  there. Mr Locker said. He recalled Ithe Prague trial and the Com[munist attacks on the Zionist Imovcment and Israel in the satellite countries. "We never faltered Ijn our claim to Jewish emigration I from those countries," he concluded. The Israel Medical Association. Hn a statement issued here, hailed the exoneration of the doctors. Dr. 11. Avigdor, president of the IMA. Laid that the "Russian Governments act is an important step to full understanding with the medical world in general and Jewish doctors and the Jewish people in {particular." Welcomes Exoneration The entire Hebrew press wclIcorned the Soviet exoneration of 15 Moscow doctors of charges of causing the death of top Soviet headers The arrest of nine of the doctors last January was the highpoint of the Soviet anti-Jewish I campaign In general, the press utilized I this incident to underline the Israeli request for the free emigration oi lews in the Communist fcountries who wish to come to IsIrail The Mapai newspaper. Davar. and the General Zionist Haboker I both regarded the Soviet action as [a blow against Jewish leftists who supported the charges against the doctor.gainst Jews and against themselves as Jews." The independent Haaretz saw in the n:o\e a desire on the part of tin Malenkov government to win over public opinion at home and abroad It also held forth the possibility that the freeing of the doctors resulted from an internal conflict among forces in the governmenl resulting from Stalin's death or that it could be a move designed to appease the Western powerand cause them to slow down their rearmament thus pe"rnttting the Soviet Union to become the strongest world power within a few years. The newspaper slso endorsed the Israel Governmentbid for resumption of diplomatic relations between the SoMet and Israel. "Plot" Charged A new Jewish medical plot has heon found in Vienna by the Communlst authorities in Hungary, the Budapest Communist organ Szabad ep reported last week. In this case, the head and two directors of a Budapest hospital were accused of Revealing "party secrets." The paper reported that Dr. Imre Zador. head ot the hospital, had already been convicted of the charge. Two hospital directors. Dr. Babies and Dr. Lenhof. were said to share the "heavy responsi-1 bility" with Dr. Zador and to have! been dismissed from their posts. Dr. Zador's punishment was not indicated. According to the paper. Dr Zador allegedly obtained party secrets from a highly placed Communist official who was a patient at the hospital, while the patient was under the influence of drugs, and.communicated these "secrets" to the other two doctors. A former employee of the Israel Legation in Budapest was shot | and killed by Hungarian frontier i guards last week as he attempted i to escape from Hungary into Aus-1 tria. it was learned here. His| eight-year-old son was also killed and his wife and daughter, aged 14, wounded. The wife, who suffered a mental collapse following the shooting, and the daughter were reported to be patients in a hospital in the Hungarian town of Csorna. The slain man was identified in the reports received here as Gabor Freud, who was a native of Hungary. In Rumania, the Communist regime has ordered another purge of "enemy elements," according to the newspaper, Scanteia. The Bucharest paper said these elements are persons linked to Ana Pauker, the former Foreign Minister who is now in disgrace. Vasile Luca and Teohari Georgescu. Information received here from Prague through trustworthy sources disclosed that the Czechoslovak Government had itensified the purge of Jews from all public positions and had speeded up deAbraham Reisen Dies In New York NEW YORK (JTA)-More than 8,000 persons Sunday attended the funeral of Abraham Reisen, foremost Yiddish poet and novelist, who died last week at the age of 77 after an illness of several months. They included hundreds of children from Jewish schools in the city, some of which carry Reisin's name. The death of Abraham Reisen was mourned in Israel, Europe and Latin American countries, and hundreds of messages of condolence were received from Jewish cultural organizations and individuals in those countries. Messages were also received from the International Pen Club and other groups of writers. Many of Rei sen's poems and short stories have been translated from the Yiddish into various languages, including Hebrew, English, Russian, German, French, Spanish and Polish. PAGE 3 A portation of Jewish families from the larger population centers to villagesin the provinces. The Czechoslovak Army, it was reported, has already been "cleansed" of Jews. 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••* +Jmtolinm f *Umn jassah Groups Devote Meetings fouth Aliyah Fund Raising Projects r the chairmanship of Mrs. Jacob D. Davis, Chapter Youth Toordinalor. and her co-chairman, Mrs. Sidney Kuperberg, 10 il groups that make up the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah ote their regular April meeting date to the raising of funds V |h AliyahThe official day is Monday, April 13th. "^ Aliyah is the official Hadassah agency whose funds arc ^uslvciy for the rescuing PAGEaT flotation of Jewish refuIjldren from Europe and the ', ,„ a permanent home in Founde.l in 1934 by the %  enrietta Szold, founder of a h ho personally led the toiip of children from Nazi iy, Youth Aliyah has played gor role in rescuing over %  children. F | WEIZMANN [rhaim Weimann Group of tah will celebrate at 8 p.m., A-, April 13th, at the Miami i Community Center. Chair% %  the day is Maralene Lurie. • tam [Deborah Group will particiin several functions being _. the homes of members. Crmen are Mrs. Leo Tischler |rs. Harvey Saloman. • • ODMAN 11. R. Goodman Group will | a movie at the Carib Thej the evening of April 13th. pan is Miss Lillian Marx. [Herzl Group will gather at ne of Mrs. Joseph Cherner, Lakeview Drive, Miami I at 1 p.m. Guest speaker for Jlernoon will be Rabbi Joslarot Mary Wynn will pre] program of song. Chairman Lucille Seeder. &f • III Israeli Group will attend a on at the Sans Souci Hotel. | speaker for the afternoon Rabbi Max Shapiro. Also fing on the program will be David Silverman in a var)ng presentation. Chairman Harry Kaplan. a IRAH |Jtenorah Group will hold its Child Day Luncheon at B. at the Coral Gables WomA musical skit, "April will be presented and ring group will give an exof their work. Co-chairHrs. Herbert Levin. Mrs. Schulner and Mrs. Philip COPUS Mt Scopus Group, having jrted Youth Aliyah at a prior fg will devote their meeting on Monday, April 14th, at 1:30 p.m., at Congregation BethEl, to Palestine supplies. Theme of the meeting will be Fashions on Parade and Young Judacans will model clothes created by the supplies committee. Members are requested to bring additional gifts of linen or wearing apparel to be sent to Israel. Chairman is Mrs. Moe Feingold. • • SHALOMA The Shaloma Group will celebrate with a luncheon and fashion show to be held at 12 noon, at the Algiers Hotel. Chairman is Mrs. Sam Lepow. • • • HANNAH SENESCH The Hanna Senesch Group of Hadassah's next meeting will celebrate Child's Day, at a luncheon being given by Mrs. Irving Greenfield, at her home at 40 Star Island, Miami Beach, April 13th, at 12 noon. The entire proceeds of this affair will go toward Youth Aliyah. Miss Elizabeth Simkowitz, who had been sent to Israel on a scholarship, will be the guest speaker. Also included on the program will be musical selections by Mrs. Louis Packer, who will be accompanied by Mr. Paul Milstone. Mrs. Minnie Bushell, chairman of this luncheon is taking reservations, telephone 5-3089. • • • HENRIETTA SZOLD Henrietta Szold Group will observe World Jewish Child's Day at a luncheon at the GrossingerPancoast Hotel, on Monday, April 13th, at 12 noon. Proceeds will go to Hadassah's Youth Aliyah projects. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, spiritI WANT MY MILK Mrs. Jacob Davis, Youth Aliyah Coordinator, points out the Youth Aliyah Slogan to her co-chairman as they set out to convince the 3,000 members of Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah that they should support this worthy cause by attending one of the functions being given on Monday, April 13th. ni;vi A TYPEWRITER ADDING MACHINE CALCULATOR All late Models FREE DELIVERY NEW HERMES HEBREW TYPEWRITER AMERICAN Typewriter Co. 223* N.E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-3441 Sfok (j/ieiti/ied ^((emolted >'< %  */' AMI MIAMI BEACH 71 0 S.W. 12th AVE. 1333 DADE BLVD. Ph. 3-343? ph. 5-7677 ft. N. UNMUT; PMilU*it ual leader of Beth Jacob Congregation and president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, will be guest speaker. He will discuss the problems and hopes of the children of the world. Cantor Samuel Kelemer of Temple Beth Sholem will present a musical program. Hy Fried will be at the piano. Mrs. Fred Jonas, president of the group, is taking reservations. • • STEPHEN S. WISE Jewish Child's Day will be celebrated by a luncheon at the Monte Carlo Hotel, at 12:30 p.m., April 13th, for the Stephen S. Wise Group of Hadassah. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will be guest speaker, with Joseph Screibman, musical director of Miami Beach Jewish Center, who will give musical selections. Also Mr. Leonard Young, baritone, of stage, radio and television, will appear. 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PAGE 12 B aWlaWttft>r* ft f$ Between You and Me' By BORIS SMOLAR (Copyright, 1951. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) ISRAEL ARGUMENTS: Israel's duce precision instruments, and arguments for its inclusion in any include armaments plants, chemMiddle East defense organization ical plants, tire plants, iron and that may be established are being steel foundries and other induscarefully analyzed by competent tries on which the modern army authorities in Washington .' depends Not to speak of IsSome of these arguments are very I rael's highly trained scientific perimpressive and cannot be ignored, sonnel. which is the best in the even though pro-Arab elements in entire Middle East ... All these Washington are trying their best factors — geographic location, milto undermine Israel's position itary strength, industrial facilities The major argument in Israel's and scientific potential — make favor is the country's strategic loIsrael an indispensable factor in cation Situated where three [ Middle East defense planning, and continents meet. Israel presents must be taken into consideration the natural communications juncin Washington, if a Middle East tion among Asia, Africa and Eur-; regional defense organization is evope ... Its airports and its two er to be established., harbors in tfaifa and Elath are • • essential links in the Middle East, WASHINGTON SCHEMES: defense cham By air Israel is Something is brewing in Washing merely ,,0 miles from oil sources ton now which win comc as a in Iran; 550 miles from oil sources grcat disappointment to Jewish in Iraq; 200 miles from the Turk-' RroU p S seeking modification of the ish coast; 160 miles from British McCarran Immigration Act It bases in Cyprus and 125 miles' seem s that a "dealis in the makfrom the Suez Canal Military i big which will leave the McCarran movements in any direction would ( A ct unchanged ... In exchange, be greatly hampered unless Israel President Eisenhower will propose portrait of a bigot, who together, shed u %  result of the cynical with a small group of other shad-' ambitions of these bigots is stirowy characters, see "big business" i ringly pictured Iqr the author in racial propaganda ... The terThe book, which is attracting great rible price which peaceful comattention, will provide food for munities pay — in riots and bloouthoug ht on how bigotry to gaptottis included in the defense planning for the Middle East Then comes the argument that after Turind Congress will accept—the admission, with a period of three years, of 300,000 refugees from keys army, srael s is the strongEurope outside of the immigration est in the Middle East The quota A similar m was Israel Government has made it carried out b President Truman clear tha it can mobilize 250.000 I ^ton the McCarran Act was pass troops, all of them well trained. j ed and the visas granted Dp s and w M m y i, 7. ve ,e rans of refugees during these three years. World War II Also taken into were charged against future immj consideration is srael s industnal gration quotas Important non iL ll POenUl U C Jewish groups which have been a very' important element in the organization of Middle East defighting the McCarran Act seem to be amenable to such a deal *„..,.,. ?. • .t_ lo u %  %  ren a m e 10 sucn a aeai S. Vn' A,J. *H ls t J ">H Croups ra, not be happy i n ^,„.-i,i i / .if .i. may die before the idea even de?ZZ LZll e t'" eS ve, P* d • • • k "*n that PresEx.st.ng factories in Israel proident Eisenhowcr „ opposed to Zukernick On WINZ Liberal Arts Group Hears Talk On Dance certain features of the present immigration law. however he seems to believe that the injustices Guest of Harold Shapiro's radio against certain categories of prosprogram "Meet Your Neighbor'., pective immigrants can be elimin".v.| U y P 12,h S,a,ion a,ed if in the course f the ne"t W INZ. 8 p.m.. will be Harry Zuk, three years, some 300.000 refugees ermck. Metropolitan Division arc admitted Jewish immigraChairman of the Combined Jew-, ion 0 this C0U ntry. which has • practically ceased, will benefit I very little from the admission of refugees under the proposed deal. | I since the number of Jewish disj placed persons now in Europe is very small The situation would ; A talk on the folk dances of difnot change even if the countries ferent nations will be given Thurs-1 behind the Iron Curtain permitted day night. April 16th. at 830 p.m.. |the emigration of Jews Such to the Liberal Arts Croup of the Jews would then be classified as 1 Greater Miami Jewish Community regular immigrants permitted to I Center by Mrs. Hazel Nowakowleave their native countries, and ski The program will be present-1 not as refugees They would ed at the Center's Town Branch, then have to seek regular imml450 SW 16th Avenue. j gration visas which, under the Mrs. Nowakowski. who directs terms of the McCarran Act. have cotillion clubs in Coral Gables and been mortgaged for many years is on the faculty of the School of [ particularly for countries like PolEducation at the University of Miand. Rumania. Hungary' Czechoami, will discuss folk dancing as Slovakia, which have small quotas, it reflects the characteristics of • different peoples and cultures A j WHAT PRICE BIGOTRY? Jewdance group under the leadership ish organizations engaged in ex S the talk ,11UStrat,0n | i e rabb.e-rousers owe a great deal oi ine iaiK. of recognition to Niven Busch the Chairman for the evening is Mrs. J noted author The true face of Phoebe Zuckerman. and the hosts \ a rabble rouser has never been refor the refreshment period will be vealed so impressively as by Mr Busch in his "The Hate Merchant," just published by Simon and Schuster Some of the leaders of anti-Semitic groups in this country will easily recognize themselves when they read the book They will also be easily recognized by Jewish as well as non-Jewish Mr. and Mrs. Max Sockloff. 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APRIL 10, 1953 *kni*,tfk>ri PAGE 5A Stephen Alexanitr hen Alexander Hitzvah At blc Beth Sholom n Alexander, son of Mr. Leon Alexander, will beBr Hitzvah tomorrow morn•il 11th, at Temple Beth Leon Kronish, spiritual [will officiate, with Cantor Kelemer and Sydney J. erg. Both Sholom director ation and Mr. Alexander's BJaw, assisting. |Bar Mitzvah attends the fs Religious School and is |nt at the Nautilus School. member of the Cotillion eption will follow the cerethc Lincoln Manor. ui : town gueata will be MrPhilip Baker, Mr. Baker. Mr. and' Mrs. Richmon, Mr. and Mrs. kubauer and daughter, EbDr and Mrs. Jack Olito( Philadelphia. Pennsyl[ 67 uncles, aunts and cousBar Mitzvah and resibre will also attend. They lie a family circle which tided in the Greater Miami hen Mr and Mrs. Samuel er. parentof the Bar Mitz ather, came to Miami in Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood Plans Election Meeting Wednesday Afternoon The annual election meeting of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom will take place on Wednesday, April 15th, at 1 p.m.,. in the Temple's Banquet Hall. The following slate of officers will be presented by Mrs. Saul Herman, chairman of the Nominating Committee: President, Mrs. Marjory H. Kiee; vice presidents, Mrs. Max Applebaum, Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, Mrs. Joseph Shawmut and Mrs. Max Weitz; recording secretary, Mrs. Irving Bachrach; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Eli Meltzer; financial secretary. Mrs. Benjamin Sabin; treasurer, Mrs. Maurice B. Shein; chaplain. Mrs. Leon Kronish. Board members to fill their unexpired terms: The Mesdames Joseph L. Arkin, I. A. Durbin, Joseph Fenias, Gilbert Goldman. Emanuel Goldstrich, Milton Kraus, Irving Marcus, Bessie Nelson, Irving Rothman. Fred Somerstein, Louis Stoff, Ben Wolf, Simon Wolff and Abraham Zinnamon. Board members to fill a twoyear term: The Mesdames Norman Babel, Samuel Beckerman, I. C. Greenberg. Samuel Kelemer. Herman Ries. Benjamin Seidler, Wolfie Cohen. Charles Silvers. Jack Udell. Camille Baum, Reuben Levin. Alex. A. Straus. Sidney M. Schwartz. Milton Jacobs and Benjamin H. Mandell. For a one-year term: The Mcs dames Morris Alpert. Jack Chut kow, Jules Channing, Helen Rajna, Irving Wcstin, Victor Hollander. Louis Shapiro. Harry Orleans,' William H. Kogen, Ralph Spero. j Samuel Falick, Ida Kars, Irving j Blasberg. George R. Stearns, Arthur Courshonf Ralph Benach,: Charles Gertler, David Levinson and Max Dreyer. Sidney Edelman was inducted into the Armed Forces last week. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Edelman, 229 19th Street, Miami Beach. The Edelmans flew to Philadelphia, where the induction took place. The 20year-old serviceman was formerly associated with his father in business. Holt To Speak At Coral liable* CJA Kiekott Circuit Judge George E. Holt will be principal speaker on Sunday at a kickoff breakfast spon sored by the Coral Gables Metropolitan Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal. The breakfast is scheduled for 10 a.m., at the Colony Restaurant, 3500 SW 22nd Street. Now...HOME-BAKE fine Kosher cake ., N USS THAN 4 MINUTES FROM PACKAGE TO PAN! So rich and fratrant! / ^L Kosher, too! It bears the(u) l^romedar/ Cak&Mix'es Whit. C<* • CWvil't Food • GinowWood • Fn.lt Co>. • fudoo Fro.lino • MM •*' %  <-"P Call* Mix • Corn MuKn M. ond olht. LEYI 1BING COMPANY ("Established 1924" I.W. 3rd St. Call 9-1416 )RIAN McCUNE I Estate Consultant First Federal Bldg. PHONE 3-7790 See Your Daily Newspapers For Direct Bus Routes To The Track Making the Jewish Home for the Aged and its unusual "conferring of degrees" on 13 residents for creative living is Dr. Ray F. W. 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PAGE 6 B *-Jewistirk>rkJ*>n RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY ZAMOftA JEWISH CENTER will hold services on Friday evening at 8:15 p.m.. with Reverend Rudolf E. Brill officiating. Arthur Deutch. chairman of the Religious Committee, will speak on Strange Fires. The Oneg Shabbat will be sponsored by the Sisterhood. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Howard Winniman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Winniman. will become Bar Mitzvah. • • • BETH DAVID CONGREGATION will begin the Spring series of late Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches officiating. The Student Choir will assist under the direction of Mrs. Jack Donnerstag Harry Simons will be host at the Oneg Shabbat in honor of his 75th birthday. Toastmaster will be Milton A. Friedman. Subject of Rabbi Shapiro's discourse is scheduled as: A Good Beginning. Floral offerings will be by Mrs. and Mrs. Simons. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m.. when Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the Weekly Portion. Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Greenberg, will become Bar Mitzvah during the Mincha services at 6 p.m. • • • TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Subject of Dr. Joseph Karot's discourse is scheduled as: Einstein's New Formula and Moses' Old Faith — One Universe. • • • CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 7:15 p.m. Rabbi Morris Skop will officiate and discuss: Jews In World News. Cantor Irv-! ing Robinson and the Center Choir J will present the Sabbath Hymns. Saturday morning services are at 9:30 a.m.. when the Bas Mitzvah of Arlene. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Trupkin. will take place. The Trupkins will be hosts at the Kiddush of Sanctification following. • • BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at sundown. Saturday morning senices are at 8:30 a.m.. when Dr. Shmaryahu T. Swirsky will officiate and discuss. The Vacuum Of' Mind. A class in Talmud is at 5 p.m. Mincha will be at 6:15 p.m.,; followed by Shalos Seudos. Junior services are in the Academy Hall at 10 a.m. • • MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening senices at 8:30 p.m. Installation of newly elected officers and Board members will take place at that time. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will preach on the topic: The Joy Of Faithful Service. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Subject of the Rabbi's discourse will be on the Weekly Portion. An afternoon Bible class is scheduled for 4:15 p.m., followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos. Cantor David Sil\erman will chant, assisted by the Greater Miami's Synagogue Directory Agudath Israel—Rabbi Isaac Ever, Orthodox, laa 7Sth St., Miami Beach. Bath David — Rabbi Max Shapiro, < ."..nwrvatlve. 2625 SW Jrd Ave.. Miami. Beth El— Dr. Shmaryahu Swlrsky. Orthodox. SCO SW 17th Ave.. Miami Bath Jacob—Rabbi Moaea Meschekrff, Orthodox. SOI-SI 1 Waah. Ave.. MB. Beth Shalom—Rabbi Leon Kronlah, Liberal. 4144 Chase Ave.. MB. Beth Tfllah—Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky. Orthodox. 35 Euclid Ace.. Miami Ileach. Caral Oablea—Rabbi Morrla Skop. liberal. 320 Palermo Ave.. C. Oablea. Downtown Synagogue—Orthodox, 135 NW 3rd Ave., Miami. Flagler.Granada—SO XW 61st Place, Miami. Hebrew Academy — Rabbi Alexander Qrosa, Orthodox, SIS 6th St., MB Hialeah-Miami Springe — Reverend Lao Helm, Conservative. 951 E. 4th Ave.. Ilialeah. Hollywood — Conservative. 2030 Polk S! HcillVWiKld. laraehte Center — Rabbi Abraham Sachs. Conservative, SIN SW 2h Ter.. Miami. Kneaeth larael—Rabbi Abraham Caesel. Orthodox. 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Miami Beach—Ral.t.l Irvine; Lehrman. Conserxative. 1701 Wash. Ave., M.B. Miami Hebrew School—Rabbi Simon April. Orthodox, 1101 SW 12th Ave.. Miami. Monticello Park—164th Street and NE 11th Avenue. North Miami Beach. North Dade—Rabhl Harry Eitlnger. Conservative. 13630 W. Dixie Highway. North Miami. North Shore—Rabbi Mayer Abramowltz. Conservative, 620 73th St., Miami Beach. Temple larael—Dr. Joseph Narot. Reform. 137 NE 19th St.. Miami. Tifereth Israel — 6500 N. Miami Ave.. Miami. Wtet Miami—Rabbi Alfred Waxman, Conservative. 5720 SW 17th St.. Miami. Young larael — Orthdox, 4001 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Zamora—Reverend Rudolf Brill, Conservative. 44 Zamora, Ave.. Coral Gables. Obituaries JACOB NADLER 64, died In a Miami Beach hotel April 1st. Ho was vacationing with hla wife. He had been employed In the Circulation department of The Boston iJL.be for the paat SO years. Beach Memorial Funeral Home was In charge of local arrangements. Interment was In Boston. MRS. FANNIE riri.3 ll'J-. Calais IT. Miami Ileach, died April 1st. Formerly of Chicago, she had been a Ileach resident for 10 years. She Is survived by two daughters. Nathalie and Leonora, a son, William, and a grand daughter, all of Detroit Services were held last Friday In Riverside Funeral Home, Miami Ileach. Rurlal followed in .Mt. Net-. Cemetery. RAYMOND FINESTONE l>a-s.l awal Saturday Kemalns were sent to Kochestei. NY., for seivi.es and interment by Beach Memorial Chapel HYMAN STEIN 63, retired Iron dealer, M41 Andros Are., C nul Qrove, died April Ixl. He came here In 1946 from Salisbury. Ml and is survived by his wife, five S..11.1. Kdwaiu anil Hart.. ..f Miami, and David, Morris and Samuel, ot Salisbury: and two daughters. Burial was in Philadelphia. MRS. CLARA KELLER %  ., who came here 10 years an from New York, died April 2nd at her home, win s\v Itta St. Burvlvori include her husband, Louis: three daughters, the Misses Florence and lalli.tn Keller, and Mrs Ethel Antln, and two brothers. Max and William Felt. Burial was In New York, with local arrangements by Miami Riverside Funeral Home. Center Choir under the direction of Joseph Schreibman. Daily services are in the Chapel at 8 a.m.. and at 6:30 p.m. • • • HIALEAH • MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Reverend Leo Heim officiating. Harold Strumpf, Miami attorney, will discuss: The Youth — Builders Of Our Country Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lebow will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat. Mrs. Bert Lebow will bless the Sabbath candles. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when Elaine and Benjamin Lebow will become Bas and Bar Mitzvah. Students of the Hebrew School will assist Reverend Heim at the services. • • • AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday even ing services at 6:30 p.m.. followed by Kabbalat Sabbath. Saturday morning services are at S a.m. Rabbi Isaac Ever will officiate and discuss the Weekly Portion. At 5 p.m., the Rabbi will discuss the Sayings of the Fathers. Mincha is at 5:45 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos and Maariv. • • • TEMPLE SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate and discuss: What Does It Mean To Be A Liberal Jew. Saturday morning services are at 10:45 a.m., when Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Alexander, will become Bar Mitzvah. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portions of all services. • • • KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold early Friday evening services at 6:15 p.m. Cantor Abraham Seif will chant the liturgy. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. A Bible class is scheduled for 5:30 p.m., with Rabbi Shimon Weiss. Mincha is at 6:15 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 8 a.m. and 6:15 p.m. • • • ISRAELITE CENTER will hold 'Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Abraham Sachs will discuss the Weekly Portion. Daily services are at 8 a.m.. and at sundown. AARON LEONARD 3, of 610 16th St.. Miami Beach, died April 2nd. Services were held Sunday in Riverside Memorial Chapel. Miami Ileach. with burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. A retired businessman he came here 10 years ago from Newark, N.J. SurHvors Include his wife, Ida, a son. I'r. lister I. Leonard, both of Miami Heach, and a daughter, Mrs. Florence Solomon, of Newark. BERNARD DAVIDOWITZ 80, 1300 Polk St.. Hollywood, passed* away Sunday. Services were held In Gordon's Miami Chapel Tuesday with Interment In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. %  %  -JL MORRIS DODES 71. of W0 SW 3rd St.. died Sunday. He came from New York 12 years ago. He la survived by his wife, Jennie; two sons, David and Harry; a daughter. Mrs. Edith Mlllman. and a brother. Jack, all of Miami, and one sister. Services and burial were held in New York with Gordon's Miami Funeral Home In charge locally. MRS. ANNA DINER 79, of 636 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach, died Sunday. She had been a Ileach resident for eight years. Survivors Include a son, Harry, of Huntlngton Park. Cal.; three daughters, Mrs. Eva Mednlck, of Miami, Mrs. Dora Jarenkes of Miami Beach, and Mrs Clara ifteenblau, of Chicago; and three sisters, Mrs. Leah Wax, Mrs. Anna Kosenfleld. and Mrs. Klfka Gordon, all of Miami Beach. Services were held Wednesday in Riverside Memorial Chapel, Miami Reach, with burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Winter vU," r UE ( L "UK* away Wednesday 2. •*<"> % %  North for service. %  ?••" Beach Memo^'ri^,,^ Infant daughter of J C0H H.< Cohen, z:.,. Nw ***. tSJM Ordon, Miami." Av S| .*. of i& u uSS-aa passe,! w,, M „ .'. Ml, ?i .. lal Chapel was n &**\ Friday. April Sri' In*S| %  Survived by his ir k ? ai as •on.. Myron and ft,* 1 "*. were sent t„ New Yorkrw fc jc„ r .nd .ntermenW 1 ^ SAM BALEN s. or 1466 Jeffern, 2S5i h -.. waTVe*HENRY I. SPIEGEL 76. of 3266 8W 21th Ter., who came here 20 years ago from New York, died Saturday at his home. A retired merchant, he Is survived by his wife. Minnie, of Miami; two sons, I>r. [wli H.. of New York, and Maj. I'avld Spiegel, of the United Stales Army. Services were held Sunday In Gordon's Miami Chapel, with burial In Mt. Sinai Cemetery. BERNARD W. WILLIS 37. of S23 SW 5th St.. died Saturday. The body was sent to New York City for services and burial. Riverside Miami Chapel was In charge locally. A paint salesman, he had moved here three years ago from New York. Surviving are his wife. Lillian; a son, Chester, a daughter, Marilyn; a brother. Abraham, and three slaters, Miss Mary Willis. Mrs. Ma Glass and Mrs. Florence Flnkelsteln. ABE LEVY 72. of 209 Romano Ave., Coral Gables, passed a\va> suddenly Saturday. He was a retired realtor, coming from Cincinnati. Ohio. Survived by his wife, Fannie; a son. Sanfurd, a student at the University of Miami:: a (laughter. Barbara, and a sister. Mrs. Betty Solomon, of Cincinnati. ServlOOl and burial took place in Cincinnati, where remains were sent by Gordon Funeral Home of Miami. MRS. JULIA FRANKEL 61. of lull Fifth St.. Miami Beach, died Saturday. Services were held Sunday In Gordon's Chapel, with burial in Mt Nebo Cemetery. Mrs. Frankel came here nine years ago from Detroit. Surviving are a son. Walter, ami a sister, Mrs. Ella Gartner. SAMUEL ROBERTS 68. of M0 W 46th St.. Miami Beach. died Saturday. Services were held In New York. I-oca I arrangements were by Riverside Memorial Chapel, Miami Beach. A retired cantor. Mr. Roberts came here 14 years ago from New York Surviving are his wife, three daughters. Mrs. Evelyn lillss. Mrs. Qoorga Neuner and Mrs. Harold Grosberg: a son, Eugene M ; three brothers and two sisters. LOUIS FEINSTEIN i Beach realuent ior 13 years, died at his home March 23rd. Mr. Felnsteln was active in Jewish affairs. He served on the Board of Governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. He also served aa corresponding secretary of the Miami Farband for many years. Interment took place In Far Rockaway. LI. He Is survived by his wife. Sarah, and two daughters, Mrs. L. Flnkel. of Boston, and Mrs, Albert Welner. of Cedarhurst. L.I.; also two sons. Meyer and Dave Feinateln of New York, one brother, Meyer Fine, of Miami, and three brothers and two sisters living In New York City. HAROLD M. SALVEY 53. who died Monday. Services were held Thursday In Gordon's Miami Heach Chapel. Burial followed In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Mr. Salvey lived at 315 South Shore Dr. He was a member of the Miami Beach Elks l-odge. Surviving are his wife. Geraldlne. and two sisters, Mrs. Charles Newman and Mrs. Lou Miller, both of Loa Angeles. 68. of 1466 pass dons Beach t'hapel w arrangements. Jeruttalvm T#d Set For Sundnt The annual Jerusalem EtV tion, held internationally to/ ulate Hebraic scholarship, J held locally at the Bureau rfj ish Education on Sunday 12th. 2:30 p.m. The six-hour examiutkal Bible, Mishna, Modem 1 Literature and Jewish Life, administered locally by Schwartzman and Herbert directors of the Bureau The annual examination BL sored by the World Union for] ish Education. Three applia for the 1953 examination been made for Greater Miiai:] becca Lipson. Isaac Lipson Roni Hyman. HELEN KENEGOS 53, of 8337 E. Dixie Highway. Wife of George: and sister of Morrla and Harry Jacobson and Hannah Traber. Services were held Wednesday at The Miami Riverside. HYMAN COHEN Winter visitor from Buffalo. N.T.. passed away Wednesday. Remains were sent North for services and Interment by Beach Memorial Chapel. ROBERT SCHWARTZ 65. of 56 XW 22nd Road, passed away Friday. April 3rd, at his residence. Survived by his daughter. Mrs. Lillian Kichman. 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PAGE 8 A vJmislinorHtori ""PAY APWr. '0. Toiew Near East Continued from Pag* 1 A he --aid, no signs of any change in the situation. He added that Mrs. Golda Myerson. the Minister of Labor, would remain at the United Nations, where she was sent to handle the question of Soviet antiSemitism, as long as she was needed there. Air Dulles Visit Meanwhile, the forthcoming trip of Secretary of State John Foster Dulles to the Middle East — the first trip ever taken by an Amer ican Secretary of State to the countries of the Middle East—is arousing considerable interest in Arab circles, according to reports received here Mr. Dulles is expected to arrive in Cairo on May 5th. and will head a conference of American envoys in the Middle East to study outstanding Arab problems State Department officials have said the Dulles trip is aimed at strength ening American relations with the Arab world and speeding the building of a Middle Eastern defensive alliance against Commun ism. (In Cairo. Egyptian Foreign Minister Mahmoud denied a New York Times report that a "distinguished individual" had established new contracts between Israel and Egypt by acting as a gobetween in a series of private conferences between Dr. Fawzi and Israel officials Dr Fawzi said that Egypt did not contemplate peace talks, adding that he had his "own ideas" as to the motives behind the report and that it was not the first time such a thing had happened, nor was it likely to be the last. (In Tel Aviv. Foreign Ministry circles also denied the Times story, asserting that they knew nothing of such contacts or anyother reported peace moves. The Times report said that Premier Ben-Gurion and Foreign Minister Einstein Dinner Nets $427,000 Greater Miamians at the Em' press Hotel last week pledged a total of $427,000 during a dinner launching a national campaign to raise $25,000,000 for the proposed i Albert Einstein Medical College in New York C*y Toastmastef was former Senator I Claude Pepper who introduced Ali ben W Bark ley. Vice President of the Dated States during the Truman administration. Guest speaker Barkley said that plans include breaking ground for the college near the new S4O.000.000 Bronx Municipal Hospital next Fall. Contributions at the dinner raised the fund already collected for the school to more than $3,750,000. campaign officials said here. Although the college is to be built and sponsored by American Jewish leaders, the former Vice President declared that "faculty and students will be selected on the basis of scholarship and abil. ity and without regard to race, color or creed." Mr. Barkley indicated that the Einstein School will fill the need for new medical institutions ere ; ated as a result of the drop in such institutions from 160 to 80. with the nation's population doubling I during the period of 1905-1940. Pepper lauded the man for i whom the new college recently ', was named and said that it "will be a factor in liberation from disease." Rabbi Irving Lehrman gave the invocation. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff said the benediction. Samuel C. Levenson. R. Williams Apte. Isidore Goldberg and Mrs. Louis Glasser are South Florida co-chairmen for the drive. Consolidation Aired At Beach Lodge Civic Forum Wednesday I Is The Consolidation Proposal | Good For Dade County? This will be the topic of a civic forum featured by Miami Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith. on Wednesday evening. Ap, ril 15th, 8 p.m.. according to Gili bert B.i 1 km. president. Appearing in support of the issue will be D. H. Redfearn. Abe Aronovitz will speak in opposition to consolidation. Both men are local attorneys. Ralph Renick. new6 editor of television station WTVJ. will be principal speaker during the group's Tuesday luncheon on April 14th. at the National Hotel. Silverman Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Fannie Silverman, formerly of 8926 Dickens Avenue. Miami Beach, will take place Sunday, April 12th, 1 p.m.. Wood lawn Cemetery, with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Mrs. Silverman is survived by two daughters. Mrs. Anita Malmuth. of Miami Beach, and Mrs. Sarah Skvirsky. of Boston, Mass.. a son. Emanuel. of Buffalo. N.Y.; three grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Sugarmcm Double Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Henry | Sugarman and his wife. Anna, formerly of 2715 SW 3rd Avenue, i will take place Sunday. April 12th. i 3 p.m.. at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park CemtRery, wita Rabbi Simon April officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Sugarman are survived by a daughter. Gertrud^ three brothers, Morris, Eli an Joseph; three sisters. Rose Wexter., Sarah Brenson, both of .Miami, arriii Mfc. Jacob Fruman, of Chattanooga, Tenn. Mrs. Sugar ) man is also survived by her father, Morris Meltzer, and three sis1 tea. -GjrivW -. %  '. .,: % %  %  FEATURES EFFECTIVE THRU SATURDAY • OPEN LATE TO 9 P.M. JUICY CHUCK BLUE RIBBON U.S. CHOICE BONELESS BEEF ROAST LB. BLUE RIBBON U.S. CHOICE CUBE STEAKS LB. COUNTY FAIR MILD CHEDDAR CHEESE LB J&tS* ^ ALL PURPOSE CRISCO DAWN FRESH U.S. NO. 1 FANCY GOLDEN CORN 5 LARGE EARS C VI



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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY VOLUME 27—Number 15 MIAMI FLORIDA. FRIDAY. APRIL 10. 1953 PRICE: TEN CENTS ISRAEL-RED RELATIONS MAY BE RESUMED Sharett To View Near [East With US Leaders WASHINGTON (JTA)—Prospects for Arab-Israel peace and the creation of a Middle Eastern defense command were among the topics believed to be under discussion as Israel's Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett participated in a series pf top-level consultations here this The Israeli Foreign Minister, who was to have had his first meeting with President Eisenhower at the White House this week, had other meetings scheduled with reetarv of State John Foster Dulles. Secretary of Defense Charles E Wilson, General Omar N. Bradley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and Henry A. Byroade, Assistant Secretary of State for I Near Eastern Affairs. He was also due to address the National Press Club here. Before coming to Washington, Mr Sharett conferred in New York with the Israel United Nations delegation. He was to leave on a Latin American tour on April 12th. Mr. Sharett had said prior to his departure for Tel Aviv that he would not raise any Israel proposals during his Washington talks but would touch generally on the present situation. During his Latin American trip, he said, he would discuss world affairs which relate to Israel. Mr. Sharett told newsmen that he did not think any specific proposals had been handed to the Arab States. He said it was true that the I'nitcd States was interested in peace and stability in the Middle East, as well as in other partof the world, but he did not know of any suggestions raised by the United States Government. The Israel statesman expressed doubt whether the present Soviet "peace campaign" might change the situation with regard to Israel-Soviet relations. There were, Continued on Pag* IA Moscow Releases Doctors Charged With Killing High Soviet Officials TEL AVIV (JTA) — Premier David Ben Gurion said here that there is hope for renewed diplomatic relations between the Soviet Union and Israel, and there might also be a possible change in the attitude of the Soviet Government with regard to permitting Jews to migrate to Israel. Mr. Ben-Gurion made this statement at Tiberias, where he is spending his Passover vacation. He was addressing a group of new immigrants who stopped off to greet the Premier while on their way to a Tel Hai memorial meeting for victims of the Warsaw Ghetto. The statement by Premier Ben-Gurion followed an official statement issued by the Israel Government after it was learned here that Moscow had released the doctors who were arrested on charges of killing high Soviet officials under alleged instructions from the Joint Distribution Committee and the Zionist Organization. Welcoming the fact that the Soviet Government has established that these accusations were false, the Israel Government statements said: "The Government of Israel Study New Writins Of Claims Law j hopes that redress of injustice will I be completed by the termination of the anti-Jewish campaign and will welcome resumption of normal relations between, the Soviet Union and Israel. erance by the Soviet Union of diplomatic relations with Israel," the statement concluded. The Moscow announcement came as a bombshell here, particularly among extreme Mapam and Communist Party members who "The Government of Israel has supported the Russian accusations BONN (JTA) — The Executive Committee of the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany will meet at Bad Godesburg near here to consider the West German Finance Ministry's second draft of a law providing indemnification for victims of the Nazi regime. Negoiations between the Conference and the Ministry are expected to begin April 14th. The reparations pact signed by the Bonn Government, on one hand, and the Israel Government and the Claims Conference on the other, provides for the German Government to sub%  mU to the German Parliament a comprehensive measure to indemnify victims of the Nazis. Tens of thousands of Jewish former concentration camp inmates and other victims of the Hitler regime have been waiting for such a measure for eight years. heard with deep satisfaction of the official announcement made in Moscow that charges brought against Jewish doctors have been proved falsa and that the so-called 'confessions' by the doctors of their 'guilt' were obtained by improper means. The attitude of the Israel Government regarding this matter, as announced in the Israeli Parliament, on January 19th, has been fully virfdicated. "In connection with the accusations made against the doctors, against the doctors. Hope was expressed in some circles that Mordecai Oren, arrested Mapam leader, might now be released by the Czech authorities. Urges Renewal Meanwhile, Berl Locker, cochairman of the Jewish Agency, today hailed the Soviet Government's "courage" in exonerating the 15 Moscow doctors, six of whom are Jews, charged with the murder of several top Soviet leaders. At the same time, he urged false charges also were leveled : the ending of the anti-Jewish cam Egyptians Rap Boat Seizure UNITED NATIONS (JTA) —The Egyptian Government protested to the United Nations Security Council last week that the Israeli authorities had seized an Egyptian ship, the Samir, last January, while it was en route from Beirut with a cargo of supplies for Arab refugees under the supervision of the IN Relief and Works Agency. The Eyyptian letter asserted that the vessel had been captured out' side Israel waters, that the crew had been arrested and that Israel had refused to allow an investigation of the incident In a comment on the Egyptian complaint, an Israel spokesman chirked that the Egyptian action when Egypt was maintaining a blockade in defiance of the Security Council revealed "a contempt for the authority of the Council" nd represented "an abuse of its processes." The Israeli said that the vessel had been sailing in Israel terriTOrial waters at the time of her capture and was therefore subject to Israel maritime jurisdiction and Setirin Observers here expressed the p w that the latest Egyptian protest was another phase of the cold _. — — %  waged by • the Arab Slates, to this eountry. against world Jewish organizations such as Joint and the Zionist Organization. The false accusations against the doctors also served as the basis for an anti-Jewish campaign, one step in which was sevpaign and suggested that Soviet leaders "review" their diplomatic rupture with Israel. Describing the latest Soviet move as "a very rare occurrence," Mr. Locker, in a statement to the AJC Writes Letter; Waits For No Reply NEW YORK (JTA)—The Jewish Agency has issued a statement expressing regret over the fact that the American Jewish Committee last week made public a letter addressed to the Agency without waiting for a reply. "This strange procedure also forces the Jewish Agency to make its reply public," the statement said. "The Jewish Agency rejects the protes t of the American Jewish Committee on the ground that it Gieseking To Play In States WASHINGTON (JTA) —Walter Gieseking, Nazi pianist who was forced to cancel a 1949 concert visit to the United States b*ause of nation-wide protests and demonstrations, will be admitted this month because he is "not excludable" under the McCarran-Walter Immigration Act, visa division officials said here this week. Officials emphasized that trie new Act makes Nazis and other varieties of Fascists admissible and that only Communists and suspected left-wingers are to be rigidly banned: Gieseking will play at Carnegie-Hall, New York, on April 22nd. It will be his first American appearance in 15 years. A music hall favorite of the Nazi hierarchy. Gieseking was angered when Jewish organizations spoke out in 1949 against his admission is under no obligation to consult with the American Jewish Committee before calling an international Jewish conference," the statement declared. "At the time when the Zurich conference was convened it was absolutely essential to hold it as quickly as possible for the conference to fulfill its purpose. "Had the Jewish Agency, consulted the American Jewish Committee, it would also have had to consult many other Jewish organizations not alone in the USA but also in England, France, Latin America. Canada and other countries which are entitled to the same treatment as the American Jewish Committee. •To consult all organizations would have required weeks, and it is for that reason the Agency decided to call the conference without such consultations. The fact that the organizations invited had the conference even without such prior consultation were fully understood by all. "It must, furthermore, be pointed out," the statement continued, i'that while taking the initiative in convening the conference in Zurich, the Jewish Agency had clearly • provided that the agenda and the procedure for the conference would be determined by all organizations represented at the conference. The American Jewish Committee was so informed. "The Jewish Agency is always read and eager to cooperate with all Jewish organizations, a desire manifested on many occasions. It will continue this policy in the future. At the same-time, however, it must retain the right to decide to undertake actions on its own responsibility, whenever it deems them necessary and shall not be dissuaded from this policy by warnings that the American Jewish Committee will not participate in any further conferences unless that the reasons for the calling of'ment concluded. press, pointed out that the quashing of the charges against the doctors "showed how justified were those who took a severely critical stand on the libel and who focussed the attention of the world on it." He insisted that this was but the first step in righting the wrong done the Jews. "The exploding of this charge itself points Continued on Page 3 A %  d &


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AY. APHU ">. 1953 ^ach Masada To {old Brooklyn Ball Masada Miami Beach Young Ldult Zionist District will present C s Brooklyn Ball on Sunday, April f>th, in the Casino of the Monte hrlo Hotel. Dancing will start at i p.m., to t he music oi the Casino loom Orchestra. [Leonard Young, Brooklyn singL Mt' and star of radio and telekiion, will head the show. Frank -jurence and Cathee will demonCrate the latest dances of Brookin. [Contests and exhibitions featurBrooklyn vs. The United Itates have been planned. Proeds of the affair will be used or Masada's local and Israel promts. [Fund raising Chairman Gil Rapaport is being assisted by Sam .bldinger. Abe Schafer, Maralene | lalik. Dave Goodwin, Lila Gross fed Phyllis Sager. ^BmiMtinnrKrfX^, lickey Seiden Stars Four-year-old Rickey Seiden, tature radio and television star, ppeared on Simon Seiden*s Jewish Forum of the Air last Sunday a special I'assover Festival feabre. 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However, the Cuban government decided to take advantage of both his command of the English language and his familiarity with the United States by sending him to Washington as an Assistant Military Attache of the Cuban Embassy. It was Bolct's mission to aid in keeping Cuban-American military cooperation at peak effectiveness and in promoting cultural understanding between his country and ours through concert appearances. The Pianist's Washington, D.C., debut was purely accidental. A member of an audience of 3,000 assembled to hear a wartime performance of the Sigmund Rombcrg orchestra. Bolet heard Consitution Hall's frantic manager explain an unavoidable delay and beg for local talent to come to the fore. The Cuban diplomat took his seat at the piano and began the most informal — and one of the most successful — appearances of his career. In December, 1944, political changes at home rendered Bolet's commission void. The pianist-dip-1 lomat answered this challenge by I enlisting immediately in the Unit-' ed States Army. After six weeks as a private, he was chosen to be valedictorian of his naturalization class at (amp Croft, South Carolina. He is the only artist now on the concert stage who is a veteran of two armies. The young pianist's achievements in this country include the Josef Hofmann award; appearances in New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Boston. Detroit and elsewhere; orchestral engagements with the Philadelphia Orchestra, under Eugene Ormandy; and annual Carnegie Hall recitals which are among the "musts" of the New York season. %  Miami Window Miami Beach High School's state champion debaters have captured seven superior ratings in the Southern Speech Association tournament at Greenville, South Carolina. Among those cited for award were ?2r2 K,P ,n J rry Sp vack and Erna •'•"•"•n %  • • Among the 1,923 Korean veterans who landed in New York last week was Captain 22TE %  Schiff 3C Army medlcal offlc er son o: Mrs. Michael Schiff, 3500 Collins Avenue. He was stationed in the Far East for some two A golden wedding ceremony was performed on Tuesday for Mr and Mrs. George F. Franklin, of 9525 Broadview Terrace, Bay Harbor Island. Dinner was served for more than 100 guests at the Shelborne HoteL Dr. Joseph Narot officiated. Out-oftown guests included Mr. and Mrs. Leon F. Franklin, Tucson, Arizona; Mr. and Mrs. Max Shilstat Memphis, Tennessee; Jerry Franklin, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: and Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Levinson Dade County's 1953 March of Dimes drive has topped its goal rolling up a final total of $303,516, according to Robert Pentland Jr campaign director. He singled out Mrs. Lillian Wolf, chairman of 49 Miami Beach hotel benefit parties, for special praise. Also cited by Pentland was Mrs. Sydney Weintraub, chairman of the Mother's March on Polio Lieutenant Commander Kenneth C. Wittieh has been named president of the Coral Gables Chapter of the Reserve Officers Association Elected to serve with Wittieh in the association are Captain Sanford M. Swerdlin, vice president; Captain Elton P. Rosenblatt, secretary-treasurer; and Captain Morton J. Engel, senior advisory council Former Governor Fuller Warren shared the speakers stand with Judge Kenneth Oka at the Chamber of Commerce membership breakfast m the National Hotel. Jack Ross heads the Chamber Trade Relations Bureau Organizational problems of small business was the subject of an all-day legal clinic held recently on the roof of the Columbus Hotel. Joint sponsors were the Florida and Dade County Bar Associations. Herbert U. Feibelman was chairman. There is no "overnight cure" for constipation! 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L APRI L 10, 1953 *#*Wfk>r£<1ton PAGE 7 A Miss Trudy iugarman Sugarman To (I Gerald Kornfeld Trudy Sugarman will beMrs. Gerald Kornfeld on 14th. at the Flatbush Terrace oklyn, New York. rris Melitzer. of 2725 SW 3rd I the bride-elect's grandfathInnounced the engagement [this week. She is the daugh! the late Mr. and Mrs. Hen |Sugarman. bride elect attended Miami j High School and is a gradNew York State Univer|she is vice president of Stai jer. B'nni IVrith. I Korrrfeld is the son of Mr. Irs. Jack Kornfeld, Brooklyn I \ntivvllo Men, lyrvyaiion \n ttvvahfant Ion Balsam and Jules Klion, lents of the Men's Club and egation Monticello Park, anthat the two organizations to-sponsoring a Meet Your |bor Breakfast on Sunday, ApIth, 9 a.m., at the Center. |tured will be an address by an R. Lyons. Miami attorney tadio commentator, (charge of arrangements arc Abramowitz, membership nan; Balsam, president of the Club; Norman Feinberg, im chairman; Milton Hornvice president of the Men's | Klion, president of the ConJoel Miller, attorney amber of the Executive Comf, and Irving Steinberg. Ladies' Auxiliary will preJand serve breakfast. The pee includes the Mesdames Bender, Louis Bregman, n Feinberg, Sam Millman, |Moskowitz, Nathan Ostrov, Pincus, irv Steinberg and i Weiss. P21aine, Benjie Lebow Are Bar, Bas Mitzvah Elaine Judith and Benjie Aaron, children of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lebow, will become Bar and Bas Mitzvah on Saturday, April 11th, 9 a.m., at the Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Center. Both children have been attending the Center Religious School and. passed the Bar Mitzvah examinations given by the Bureau of Jewish Education here. Elaine attends the Hialeah Elementary School and is a member of the Audio-Visual Aid Club. Benjie is a student at the Hialeah Junior High School, where he Vs a member of the Student Council. He represented the school in Washington, DC, when be was chosen best Patrol Boy. Out-of-town guests will be Mrs. Anna Eackloff, of Stamford, Connecticut, grandmother of the children,, and Mr. and Mrs. Finklestein, of Torrington, Connecticut. Reverend Leo Heim will officiate at the services. The Lebrows will be hosts at a reception following the services. Elaine one" Benjie lebow Adler's Life Discussed Professor B. Waldman, author, lecturer and educator, will speak before the Miami Society for Ethical Culture on the life of Felix Adler at the Lindsey Hopkins School next Sunday, April 12th, 11 a.m. THE NEW Camp Osceola FOR DOVS AND GIRLS On Mills River & Silver Lake Horse Shoo, North Carolina Horsefcock RMfof • Private lo*e Swimming Pool Capable Seasoned Staff Kesidenf Physician ana 1 Morse Director*: Herbert Silver, B.S., MED Belle Segal Silver,B.A., L.I. 7536 Buccaneer Avo., Miami Beach Ph. 84-121 Limited Enrollment F'y National m 3-5210 We Kill! CHINCH BUGS FERTILIZE AND BEAUTIFY YOUR LAWN AT THE SAME TIME FREE INSPECTION & ESTIMATE Call "Mighty" National Exterminators MIAMI BEACH 58-7?41 feme's Jurdine's „ fc fc J*W fa^ the home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS' Miami Beach Ft Lauderdele Waal Palm Ba.ch The former Doris Joyce Gilson became Mrs. Jack Elli3 Levy in New York on March 22nd. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Gilson, 6411 Allison Island, Miami Beach. The couple are now residing in Chicago, Illinois. Rutenberg-Gruenburg Miss G e r a 1 d i n e Rutenberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rutenberg, of Cleveland, became the bride of Cpl. Alvin B. Greenberg at a ceremony held in the home of the groom's cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Plaskoff, 6437 SW 10th Street, on March 14th. Cpl. Greenberg is the son of Mrs. Charlotte Green and Max Greenberg, both of Cleveland, who were present for the nuptials as were the bride's parents. Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiated at the wedding. A dinner was held at the Brook Restaurant following the ceremony. Cpl. Greenberg is stationed at MIAD. Zahler-Wyman Nuptials On March 15th, at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, Miss Syma Zahler and Edward Wyman were married in a ceremony conducted by Rabbi Simon April. Mrs. Wyman, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Zahler, 2564 SW 26th Lane, formerly of Cleveland, was attended by Mrs. Gerald Zahler. Best man was Mr. Seymour Wyman. 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PAGE 8 B =?=*= ^L5 p *aio.% JEWS IN SPORTS By BILL WOLF (Coprrlfkt, IMS! Jewish TeiacnptUeAseBcy, lac.) A nationwide fund drive is unleyball tournament was also slated tier way to raise the money need' %  to go to Israel, ed to send an American team to The American team is being the Maccabiah games to be held' sponsored by the I'.S. Committee in Israel in September. for fl fJMtf tl in Israel in cooperation The required expenses should with the National Jewish Welfare approximate $100,000 if the plans Board, for the team are carried out. Un-j • dcr ideal conditions, sponsors of Bernard Bartzcn has made a the American squad would like to name for himself as one of the see a delegation of about 100. innation s up-and-cominu tennis playeluding participating athletes. ofe rs He is ranked 11th in the U.S. ficials and athletes who'll be giv1-awn Tennis Association ratings. ln exhibitions. The bill will probNow hc nas addcd another feathably come to about S1.000 per percr to hls cap Bartten traveled to son France to take honors at Cannes Dinners will be held in key cities where he won the men's singles from coast to coast in an attempt in the -international tournament, at fund raising. Other projects He captured the title by defeating will also be tried. There is an adthe Swedish star. Sven Davidson, ditional possibility of playing exwho was on the Swedish Davis hibition contests in Europe enteam. The score was 6-2. 8-4. 7-5. route to Israel. This would have been enough of j As for the selection of the team, a rocor d to bring home. But Bartthe naming of athletes who will zon djd n t stop. He also was part participate is not yet completed, i of tnp w inninjj men's doubles comThe basketball team is partially bination. He teamed up with Arrhusen. Rego Park, the Long m ando Vieira. the top plaver of Island club that won the National Brazil to take first place T hey .Ie\vi>h Welfare Boards annual defeated Orlando Sirola and 81toumament. automatically makes anni cierici of Italy. 4-6, 7-5. 63 up half the squad The other half an d 10-8. will be chosen from among college „ Bartzen may yet work his way all-stars ; h d f Djck g ^ An exhibition game was played '. ... ... .,_ u. n_ni and Herb hlanim. last Sunday between Rego Park and a team of college seniors to' give those making selections an Jack Molinas. towering center, opportunity to see which college wno starred on the Columbia I'm athletes have the most on the ball, versity basketball team, bowed out The winning team of the JWB volof hls college career in grand style. At the university's annual a^fa——aB— — Varsit> "C" Club dinner. Jack was awarded a trophy for the most outstanding basketball player. Abe Saperstein's famous Harlem Globetrotters are once again burn-' ing up the basketball courts and thrilling audiences on a nationwide tour The Negro basketball stars have literally trotted around the courts of the world and are admired wherever there are bas-1 ketball fans. Al Rosen has pre-season fore-, casters a little worried. This colj umn. for one. has been looking, forward to seeing Al have a sen! sational year. Things have been j very quiet with him during the ex-1 hibition games But there's plenty i of time left for him to show his tuff. Why jump the gun with Hire a Subscription to The Jewish Floridian SEND 52 REMINDERS Of YOUR THOUGHTfULNtSS A iiift that • ENLARGES one's fund of anxiety" The season hasn't even Jewish afiairs. • DEEPENS one's understanding of Judaism. • STIMULATES Jewish solidarity and loyalty. and • PROVES you care. CLIP THE COUPON AND MAIL IT TODAY J *Jen>isti Fkridian started yet. UM Schedules Pop Summer Series The University of Miami this week announced its third of the Miami Beach Pop Concerts to be given by the I'M Summer Symphony Orchestra with John Bitter as music director. The series, which has been increased to include 10 concerts, will open on Sunday evening. June 21st. and run on 1 consecutive Sundays through August 23rd, inj elusive. Mr. Bitter will conduct six of the concerts. (luc.-t conductors will inclnde I/lor Solomon, three concerts: .and Modeste Alloo, one concert. The lower floor of the air conditioned Miami Boach Auditorium will have 150 tables, each table seating 8 people and each covered with a red-ehecked tablecloth. Refreshments will be served during | two intermissions. "The same informal and friendly atmosphere I will again prevail which brought 20.000 music lovers to the eight scheduled concerts last summer.'' according to Mrs. Marie Volpe. concert manager. The dates and soloists are as follows: June 21st — John Bitter, conductor. Barbara Gibson, American coloratura soprano: June 28th — John Bitter, conductor, Ruth Posselt. American violinist; July 5th — John Bitter, conductor, Giulio Gari, tenor, of the Metropolitan Opera Company and the Cincinnati Opera Company; July 12th — John Bitter, conductor, Jesus Maria Sanroma. pianist. July 19th — John Bitter, conductor. Helen Roberts and Richard Walker, stars of the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company, in an evening of Gilbert and Sullivan; July 26th — Modeste Aloo. conductor Margaret Stern, pianist; August 2nd — Izler Solomon, conductor, an entire orchestra concert, with no soloist; August 9th — Izler Solomon, conductor. Joyce Flissler. violinist, a winner^ of the .Nauru berg Foundation Award. August 16th — Izler Solomon, conductor. Ora Rottenberg. pianist, who comes from Jerusalem. Israel, for this appearance: August 23rd — John Bitter, conductor. 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PAGE 6A K**4Mftr#*w FRIDAY. APRIL 10, Mist Bernice I. Kevey Bern ice Kevey To Wed Morgan Levy May 24th will be the wedding Milt Sandra lacks Lacks, Gardner Betrothal Is Told Mr and Mrs. William Lacks, of Miss Harriet Rand Chooses April 19th Harriet R. Rand, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Rand. 1630 S\V 17th Terrace. Miami, and Dr. Victor D. Dembrow. son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Dembrow. Brooklyn, New York, have chosen April 19th for their wedding date. The couple will be married at the Westview Country Club by Rabbi Max Shapiro. After a wedding trip to Texas, the newlyweds will reside at Goodfellow Air Base. San Angelo. Texas, where Dr. Dembrow has been assigned as a medical officer. Miss Rand graduated from Miami Senior High School and the Cniversity dT Miami with a degree in accounting She was affiliated I with Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority britk at the University of Miami and the University of California in Berkeley. Dr. Dembrow attended Brooklyn College and received the MD degree at the Long Island College Tots About T C* date of Miss Bernice J. Kevey and 19156 Froude Avenue. Surfside. anj of Medicine in 1945. He took his nounce the engagement of their' post graduate training at Kings daughter. Sandra, to Michael M. County Hospital and the Memorial Gardner. j Hospital. New York. Dr. Dembrow The bridegroom-elect is the son served with the Army Medical of Dr. and Mrs. S. Allen Gardner.' Corps in Tokyo during the Amer7218 Trouville Esplanade, Normanican occupation of Japan dy Isle. Morgan I. Levy. The couple will wed in Mansfield. Ohio, where the bride-elect's mother. Mrs. Esther Klein, resides. Miss Kevey is the daughter of Victor P. Kevey. 8040 Harding Avenue. Miami Beach. Mr. Levy is the son of Mrs. Bertha Levy, 1625 SW 15th Street. Miss Kevey is a graduate of Ohio State Cniversity. where she was a member of Phi Sigma Sorority. She is now a member of the Lear School faculty here. Mr Levy attended the Cniversity of Colorado, where he belonged to Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity. THE YOUTH AS THINKER is posed by Gerard Lerhburger, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Lewis. 617 East j 430 NW 44th Avenue. Di Lido Drive. BI.> Phot ALL AMERICAN BOY Andy Vollweiler, son of and Mrs. Walter P. VoDwd '" • %  Ard The couple are Miami High School graduates and will be wed during the first week of June (Mr. Gardner is now a student at I the Cniversity of Miami. Miss Metz Becomes Mrs. Myron Simons Mrs Moses Krieger. of 1114 AlPersonally Speaking • • Mr and Mrs. Al Wise, of 608 SW 18th Avenue, left Sunday for a week of vacation in Jamaica. Bahamas. West Indies. The Wises were joined there by Mr and Mrs He is now associated with Camp! ton Road. Miami Beach, announces | George Goodfriend and Mr. and Wohelo for Girls and Wohelo Health Haven. Waynesboro, Pennsylvania. He served in the Navy for four years as a gunnery instructor. Child Problems Are Discussed at GMJCC The Nursery School PTA of the Town Branch. Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, will meet on Tuesdaj evening. April 14th. j 8 p.m. Featured will be a discussion and a film on everyday problems' in raising children. Parents of the Nursery School will form a panel. Mary Aronson, case worker supervisor for the Jewish Social Service Bureau, will act as moderator the marriage of her granddaughMrs. Dave Goodfriend. New York ter. Rayanna Metz, to Myron SimCity. Mrs. George Goodfriend is mons on March 27th. The wedding Mrs. Wise's sister, took place at the Rivo Alto Island %  & %  & t: home of the brides cousin. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. William J. FreeW. Gordon Schmitt. who was mat-, man 0 f 5311 gW 5th Street, anron of honor. 1 nounce the birth of their son. Stevftewlywed Mrs. Simons is the I en Alan, at Doctors Hospital on daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Solomon March 31st. Mrs. Freeman is the H. Metz. Washington. DC. She atj former Dorothy Edelson. daughter tended George Washington Cniof Mrs. Anna K. Edelson. 6807 Ab versity. the Cniversity of Wiscon-' bott Avenue. Paternal grandparsin and the American Academy of ents are Mr and Mrs. Martin G. Dramatic Art. Warsaw Ghetto Affair Workmen's Circle Branch No. 699 will hold a Memorial Evening on Saturday evening. April 18th. 8 p.m., at the Lyceum, 1545 SW 3rd Street. The affair will mark the Warsaw Ghetto Battle The Soufh's Outstanding Jewish Camp for Beys and Girfs CAMP CARLYLE HENDERSONVILLE. N.C. In the heart of vacationland, WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA DIRECTOR — WINTON L. MOELLER Principal, Woodward High School. Cincinnati, Ohio Educational, social and recreational activities — suoorvlsed by trained leaders. Horseback ridtng. water sports, golf instruction. Modern cabins. Doctor and nurse on premises. OWNER: Mrs. Jean Arnold, ISO Meridian Ave„ Miami Beach-Ph. SS-83S9 Miami Representatives: Mrs. A. A. 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PASE2 B tjewlstifkricfiari JL4Capitol Spotlight By MILTON FRIEDMAN (Copyright. 1952. Jewish Telegrap: ,v. Inc.) WASHINGTON — State Departfairs Subcommittee that "the De ment and Pentagon official?, who partment of State has abundant have hushed up the anti-Semitic evidence that the Nans, in anticipotentialities of a remilitarized pation of military defeat, made Western Germany, find themselves careful plans to carry on in forconfronted with the publication of eign countries a wide range of acan embarrassing book. It appear:: nrrni M j to support an ed in Washington co-incidental eventual resurgence of German with the arrival of German Chanpower At about the same time cellor Konrad Adenauer. another State Department official. Entitled •Germany Plots with Julius C. Holmes, read secret docthe Kremlin." the book is by T uments and warned that Nazis H Tetens. an American of Gerwould pose as anti-Nazis until they man origin who did confidential were again sufficiently strong to work for the government during defy the world. World War II. Tetens reveals Nazi During World War LL Nazi geodocuments never before published politicians declared that if the war and reports that the State Departwas lost militarily in Europe, it ment and Pentagon have rebuilt must be won politically in WashGermany along lines planned by ington. German Foreign Office Nazi geo-politicians The book asfile> contain documentation that sails Dr Adenauer as the "old fox" Wilbelmstrasse diplomats felt abwho has duped the United States soiulely sure Germany, if defeated. It charges that Bonn will betray would enjoy protection of influ-' the West by negotiating with the ential circles in the United States.' Soviet Union when it best suits Admiral Walter Canans. chief German interests Another revel of the Intelligence Division of the at ion is a blueprint for German Nazi High Command, in a direcdomination of the Middle East. A,the issued March 15. 1M4. made plan already being implemented known the basic German post-war by Adenauer, it sa>.strategy. It involved the technique Or. the basis of the endorsement of rebuilding a German military" 1 > the Bundestag of the Israel machine by exploiting American reparations agreement and treaties fear of Communism. At the same -.ble the remilitarizatime, it envisioned an eventual tion of Germany. Dr Adenauer can policy of Bono-German collabor'.'rasa D after America had made Gerand genermany sufficiently strong, ire so delighted with the prosThe 1944 Canaris directive said: pect of German mihtar"There is great fear in the U.S.A. ism a? a bulwark" i >mof Bolshevism. The opposition they have paid no attenagainst Roo a et el fl alliance with to the nature of storm troopStalin grows constantly. Our to be re-armed. chances for unccou arc good, if :.er General Adolf Beosing% %  -uccced to stir up influential er. leading military planner in the circles against Roosevelt's policy Bonn Government. ha> praised Col. This can be done through clever Gen Alfred Jodl. Nazi Chief of Pieces of information, or by refi Staff, who was hanged for war erences to unsuspicious neutral eccrimes by the Allies HeuHngcr clesiastical contact men. came to Jodl s defense during post" We havc at OUT command in mortem legal proceedings in Feb,ne United States efficient conmary. In a written affidavit read tacts which have been carefully to the court. Heusinger said Jodl ke P* U P even during the war. The was a thoroughly decent man fillcampaign of hatred stirred up by ed with soldierlv spirit Roosevelt and the Jews against : When the British arrested seven ever >thing German has temporWestview Scene Of Trades Social A cocktail party and dinner honj oring workers of the Trades Divis-t ion and their wives will be held on Thursday. April 23rd. at the Will taw Country' Club, it has been announced by Trades Division Chairman. Sam J. Heiman. The invitation affair has been planned as a final report meeting and social and will feature entertainment and dancing. Approximately 400 Trades Divisi ion Chairmen and key workers are I expected to attend the final event %  'in behalf of the 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal. More than 40 unit I chairmen have been designated as I hosts and will be in charge of arj rangements. The huge Trades Division, representing more than 40 industries, trades and professions, is just short of its $700,000 goal and Chairman Heiman is directing a final cleanup campaign. Turk To Address Spinoza Forum Harold Turk. Miami Beach city councilman, will be the guest speaker this Saturday afternoon. 3 p.m.. at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum, on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolf son. 11th Street and Ocean Court. Miami Beach. Mr. Turk will speak on. "Miami Beach: Past. Present and Future". Mr. Irving Strauss will introduce the former Mayor and conduct the question and answer period that will follow the lecture. Joan Weiss and Douglas Kaplan, leaders of the Young ] Division in the Combined Jewish Appeai, are shown ajl Coronation Ball sponsored by the Youth Group in the Appeal. More than 500 persons attended the affair 1 raised funds in excess of the 1952 quota. former Nazis in the British zone in January -.hi;, confiscated 30 crates of incriminating documents arily silenced the pro-German bloc in the USA If the Republicans succeed in defeating Roosevelt in British Frc.gr.' Office sources said ,he com J ng Pre f iden,,al election. it would greatly influence the American conduct of war toward We must point to the the documents revealed conneehetamea neo-Nazis and officials in the office of Theodor Blank ho is. in effect. Defense ****** ^ Ge !" any may be forcMinister of the Bonn Government f? !o *P*rate lth Russia Dr. Adenauer demanded that the Thu read ,he lo P Naa intelligence documents and the prisoners be ordcr !t ako Provided instruc-, turned over to Bonn authorities tions on Piin S anti-Nazi to gain The British complied eventual German victory ,. ,, .. Tetens thesis is supported bv A new Gallup.poll indicated that such an „ Jam ^ p w p. M percent of Americans feel that ^ ^ ^ „ Aden much chance exists for the Nazis auer h^.p^ by Washington to regain power Against his „ tbse ^^ GusUv Slr ^ mi: had maneuvered in the earlr dav"Germar.y Tetens reports, -is in the process of being re Nanfled an nationalism, as every informed observer knows, is on the Ba The Prussian militarist and Hitler's generals are coming back to power. Thousands of Nazi war criminalhave been or are n __ being released and many of them Beach May 2, 3, 4 reappeared in positions of of the Weimar Republic." Hadassah To Hold Regional Meet At power Nao-Naaj movements are strength daily and many .hem boast that by 1956 a Nazi dictatorship will be re-established. A; a matter of fact. Dr Adenauer's coalition cabinet is anchored on t %  right-wing parties of the German industrial war lords who fattened themselves on Hitler's wars of conquest. This is a picture decidedly at variance with Mr McCloy's description of •democracy' in Germany." On Jury 25. 1M6. William L. Clayton, tbea Assaataatf Secretary c I SUfic U>!J a Senate M*r Mrs Herman Klausner. of Jacksonville. Florida Regional President of Hadassah. ann at the Regional Confer be held on May 2nd through Bl the Empress Hotel. Mi ami Beach 150 women, repre senting 17 chapters, are expected to attend Theme of the Conference X. Hadassah Looks Ahead". Cochairmen of the event are Mrs Milton Sirkia and Mrs. Lou Goldman Mrs. Heavy J. Nelson is eaecative secretary ParncipaUng m a Model Sedar are the students oi the first grade of Beth H A^L, amis only all day school with a complete Engheh and Hebrew curriculum. Thej^ sponsored by Congregation Beth El is located at 500 SW 17th Avenue. Pictured a>. oridibon to th. .tudent.. are: (atanding) Mra. S. Viahkoif and Mrs. Max P^^^Tl S^trl!^^ AMO f iabon: ( ^ rted) MiSh" Ludwig. teacher. English **P?*Ts 5?iSS T^ b T\ limbnm <^toent. Rabbi Samuel Krolowiti. caaauhanL Dr& T s*/. ^^c pel of the Accdemy c=d Rabbi of the Congregation.



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^ %  v APRIL 10. 195 3 AJmjdtff&idKtw PAGE 3B „uel Friedland Again Named 'sident Of Miami Beach Center „. n e W iy elected officers and Ln of the Board of Directors LMiami Beach Jewish Center Re installed at the late Friday ]Cj services on April 10th, ^Ubbi Irving Lehrman, spirleader of the congregation, M as installing officer. J?Jcrs to be installed are presfc Samuel Friedland; honorRfe president, Mayer H. Frank[£• president, Charles Frucht| Joseph M. Rose, Harry Sir|Alex Sussman .and George J. Lnoff; treasurer, Joseph M. !„„ financial secretary, Sol Lan; and recording secretary, [Zion Ginsburg. Ubers of the Board of Direcincludc: Ben Binder, Harry jenstein, Archie Brick, Jack Us, Joseph Cherner, Morris I n Nathan Darsky, Bernard fer, William I. Feuer, Allen Hberg Nathan Glosser, Gorge Bberg! Samuel J. Halperin, [ Jacobs, Harry Koretzky, Ms KrieKcl. Samuel Lipton, Lei MaRid, Oscar Mamber, AbMason. Dr. Herman MechBaron de Hirsch Meyer, I. JinUer. Julius Rosenstein, Irv[Schatzman, Ed Singer and AlJ Stone. Ilso to be installed are trustees hinted by the president to IP in an advisory capacity. They |ude: Hyman Berman, Joseph Berman. Max Boderman, Daniel Broad, Leo Chaikin, Henry e, wing Cypen, Lewis M. EsI'DT. Jack J. Falk, Raymond £er, H. P. Forrest, M. G. FurSydney Gans, Henry HillMr S. Harm an Harvey To Fete Board At Luncheon April 8th President Mrs. Harvey Herman, of B'nai B'rith Women of Miami, tendered a luncheon on Wednesday, April 8th, in honor of her Board Members who have made the past year successful in filling all the allocations undertaken by their group. Board members surprised Mrs. Herman with a gift of matched luggage. The B'nai B'rith Women of Miami are having a dessert card party at the home of Mrs. Milton Friedman, 3001 SW 2nd Avenue, on April 14th, at 12:30 p.m. Reservations may be obtained by calling the Chairman, Mrs. S. Kline, at 9-9742, Mrs. A. Glasser, at 83-3561, and Mrs. H. Zirnbler, at 83-5668. The regular meeting is to be held on April 15th, at the Miami Jewish Community Center, SW 16th Avenue and 5th Street. Election of officers for the coming year is on the agenda. B'nai B'rith Youth on Parade will be the feature of the planned program. Mrs. Milton Sirkin Named Chairman For Federation's Annual Meeting Mrs. Milton Sirkin has been named Chairman of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Annual Meeting Committee, it has been announced by Carl Weinkle, Federation President. Officers of Federation and members of the Board of Governors are elected at the annual function and reports are heard by community leaders on the results of the Combined Jewish Appeal and on community welfare progress duron Sunday evening, May 17th, at the Empress Hotel and will feature a nationally known speaker and program of entertainment. More than 400 persons attended the 1952 Annual Meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. ing the past year. At preliminary meetings held last week, the following were named to serve serve with Mrs. Sirkin to plan the community function which has become a traditional meeting in the Greater Miami area: Program Subcommittee — Albert Comanor, Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof, Mrs. Leon Kaplan and Mrs. Fannie Selig. Arrangements SubCommittee — Saul Ashkenazy, Mrs. William Capland, Efraim Mrs. Sirkin Samwtl friedland man, Joseph Hutner, Samuel Katz, Benjamin Kline, Macey Kronsberg, Harry Levine, Hank Meyer, Al Osheroff, Dr. Kurt Peiser, Julius J. Perlmutter, Samuel Ritter, Samuel Rivkind, Bernard Rodins, Raymond Rubin, Simon Rubin, Harry Seligman, Bernard Sharp, Milton Sirkin, Max Sulken, Michael Tose, Harold Turk, Nat H. Hankoff, Milton Weinman and Leonard Wien. IQEL JOINS THE US CONGRESS W. C. Peretz School Holds Passover Functions The Workmen's Circle Peretz School conducted a Third Sedar with traditional ceremonies, songs and recitations and a Passover dinner last week. Luba Roy and Paul Mflstone presented a program of traditional songs. Celebrations at both schools were under the direction of L. Lasavin, principal of the Peretz School. Stuart Lubitz Placed On Dean's List At U of F Stuart Lubitz, son of Mrs. Yetta Lubitz, has been honored with placement on the Dean's List at the University of Florida. This is an honor bestowed on the upper 5 percent of the class. He has also been initiated into Phi Eta Eigma, Freshmen Men's National Scholastic Honor Fraternity and Gale, Mrs. Frances Makovsky andiphi Lambda Pi Fraternity. Stuart Max C. Gettinger. Attendance! i s majoring in Pre-Engineering. Sub-Committee — Mrs. Aaron j Farr, Mrs. Lou Goldman, Mrs. An-, | ew j 8 ] 1 Culture Discussed na Seltzer, Sidney Stiller, Joseph Postol and Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer. Publicity Sub-Committee — Max 'At Farband Meeting Manuel Burstein, chairman of the Farband Ben-Gurion Branch, said this week that the group will meet on Wednesday evening, April 15th, 8 p.m., at the Beth El Holtsberg, Fred K. Shochet and Charles R. Jacobson. Also named to assist existing committees are: Mrs. Faye Ablin, Ed Greenwood, Ehiel Lesowoder, Mrs. Frances j Congregation. Principal speaker Miller and Mrs. Irwin Weinstein. | W JH be Rabbi David Shapiro in a The dinner meeting will be held discussion on Jewish Culture. bond of a serien of article* — \ Jewish l'.i.es In Washington") By MILTON FREIDMAN pyrlght. 19SJ, Jewish Teletmiphic AKi'iiry, lnr.) muel N Friedel, who is known ughout Baltimore for reducing municipal budget while insing civic benefits, has joined er members of the Jewish faith serve in Congress, riedel. a Democrat, defeated a ublican lust November in a dist where Jews number less than percent of the general populaHe has been assigned to the lu.-r Administration Committee icre he will be in a position to ;e maximum use of his adminative talents, native of Washington, Friedel born here in 1898. The fammoved to Baltimore when fedel was very young. Shortly ier Friedel was Bar Mitzvah, his ^her died. This left him the oldof five children. To help supthe family, he sold newsrs in the East Baltimore seci where he lived. This preventhim from attending school regly and he only completed six oths of high school. He wholeW Papers, talked with people developed an early interest in world about him. By attendclasses at night, he finished yers Business College. [After working at the Baltimore 'gain House — a wholesale mertile firm — Friedel went into ess for himself in 1936. He ied the Workman's Finance *Joration, a small loan organlion. eply interested in politics and Mtaunch advocate of good gov%  "ment, Friedel ran for the MaryM House of Delegates in 1934 |" as elected to a four-year F 1 He worked on relief meas as Maryland struggled to rer e "" from the depression. It was |"ly through his initiative that isaiary boost was put through for fool teachers. I |n 1939 he was urged to run for I, at n the Baltimore City Coun_ and was elected. Re-elected to council he became chairman we budget and finance commit%  u this capacity he gained ignition by cutting the budget r 01 reducing salariei or service*. He achieved this by analyzing the budget and cutting duplication and waste. Applying the principles he had learned the hard way in business, he cut more than $1,200,000 from the budget. Voters recalled Friedel's efforts on their behalf when he ran for Congress last year. He promised to try to give them more for their tax dollar. They knew also that he had fought in the city council for such reforms as slum clearance, low cost housing, and improved traffic conditions. They knew also that he is opposed to radical extremism but not afraid of progressive change. Friedel believes that civil rights and civil liberties must be maintained vigilantly and all minorities given a fair break. He is opposed to legislation like the McCarranWalter Immigration Act which he believes adversely affects our stature in the family of nations. This act, he feels, is inconsistent with the ideals of freedom espoused daily by the Voice of America. He believes the way to fight Communism is by making democracy live and not by emulating totalitarian concepts. Friedel's wife, Regina, shares his interest in public affairs. He commutes daily from Washington to his home in Baltimore. In View of the widespread interest in the redaction of Federal income taxes, and because of the complaint* of many taxpayers regarding the existing exemptions for individuals, married couples and dependents. Friedel drafted legislation to amend the present Internal Revenue Code. Friedel is in favor of amending the law to provide for a $1,000 deduction for a single person, $2,500 deduction for a married couple and an $#".00 deduction for each dependent. Friedel also feels that the present credits allowed for medical expenses is not adequate for the average taxpayer, and proposes amending the code in this respect. At the present time Friedel is assembling data which will substantiate increasing exemptions ($600) so that the average taxpayer will have enough left out of his wages to actually meet the cost of living, and still have a margin left for emergency. the LONG and the SHORT of it... HEINZ BAKES BEANS BETTER. Here are beans as they ought to be... oven-baked till each morsel is tender, mellow and nut sweet | 'They're strictly Kosher and strictly vegetarian! Look on the front of the label for the seal of approval of THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICAHEINZ KOSHER BAKED BEANS



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PAGE 2 A *Jm istfkrkjiar Phillips, firs. tan Han. Wont an Ann \v Keith Phillip* anfi Wr> Vsrsarot Cann weir prcseriofi DM li'vinp cup citations or. Wednc? evening at Ba\-frorii Park after hein*. ehosen outstanding mar, and wiiman. respective > for the vear itsa Thr award." were made tor the MMM CfflMMRtvt year h\ Shoi og: l.odpo P'nai B'rith ir. cooper atior with mr.< Pnnr ic philanthropic and friUWMl or jjaniraiions Judge William Palloi • ."'resident of Shokrr l.oder one] Michael M lsenho-c is .-hair man of thr Outstanding Awards Committee Phillips IMB Jtstjindinc mar. tH the >•<-•;.: :,.hi* ohni-mai. ship •'' %  :h< r;>d OMMJ I'nmmur I '\ Si 19SS I nrto: h;| lh< her apene> wont over thr milbor. dollar •• i ;h< time Mrs iinr i$ administrate SUP 08 :b( Mian • number MM ,-ontc: ir :hi a* nation viru honorahlr mention* al ; h< W ( %  rlnisri&i (Petting corcmnr ies wen 1*1 Aviroi-, chairmu: Viam. .""hamher oi I'omncvi ..>rvf. Placemen: a*M GoM ommittocs Rj I da ari '' firaatam Ne| •uh bat achieved acdain hi%  h h nl humar re slant cles/anoi nk 1 D Voces nomir %  u-tf ronsenfl 'ending : %  leer Mi • publii Rehnnh v om %  | ...... %  Mrs S if Win Outstanding irHs Wrtinfsdaif )e> Vi,lodge member ot the National Board of the Gar] Scouts %  Ml president of the Visiting Nurse* Association: and Mrs Frederick C Slater president of the Pade County Federation of WonaaV! nubs Parchment certificates were presented al! nominees for the outstanding i.wa-ds citations The levint cups are annually piven by Joseph l.iptor, president al the Dartr Federal Savings and Loan Assn.-in; ion Applications Studied For Federation Post Carl Weinkie president ofl th< • A!.am. Jewish Federation ;his wool, announced that i ON to choost :h( BDCoea Fvecut:\-e Director *....-.• now ir. thf process of screening applications for the TI.IV V.,..-.-O.L'TM month after serving tor a period of 12 years Stanlev C Mvers heads the committei which has heer. meeting itigiilwtj Eat ;h< srroet.ing aaafe tollers mrvinf are Howard Kani William P Sinper Fred K Shoch et .lake Sher Ma\ Orovitz Aaror Kanner Sam l.achman Mrs l.oui* Gnaaacr Mrs Fannie Sehp Samue! Friedland and W emkle LEGAL NOTICE NCTiCE cNOEe riC.TiOuS NV£ c*W .. ... F MADE WESDAILT IN MIAMI! Tasty a. hihh churn*/ caonf\ ttHm tnt %  :' honemoce IW 'love tounc on/v -^ay or tnt *a-m. Aval lab it swppf = Sye^M^wwACTutfr ••_! %  Sunny Bhook Chuurwiu, 9nc •*on t-OtCi : t; K.W. ?H Ava. Miam! Fla. MADE •$ &f%  DAL> l* MIAMI i City of Miami Beach CouRcilmanic Election JUNE 2, 1953 IMPORTANT NOTICE TO MIAMI BEACH VOTERS! It yot are no: alrsaay reqiaterec a; Miami Beach CirjHal. or. City o: Miam. Beacr. ooojes, yoc must be. in order to vote ir this importan' eiectior. The tac: tna: you votec ir. tne Novemoei 4th Presiden tia. electioi doe* no mear. tna 1 you are aualifaec tc vote ir. true muniapa, election. Tnaelection was on youi Counn reaistration Tc reqiste: a persor musreeide u-. Florida one yeat anc ir. Miam. Beach su. monms REGISTRATION BOOKS CLOSE MAY 2nd ... ask your h-iends and neiabboi* I the; are registered at City Hali B ir. douhpleas? cal S-604. extension 59. We can tell you ;r. c momen: whethe: o: not you are proneih registered. C. 9J. TOMLINSOK CinClerk and Reaistrai Da de Residents Pitch In For County Cancer Drive Terrifying statistics on cancer the nation's No 2 killer, aren't the onl> stimulus to the 1953 fund campaign for the Dade County In ;t of the American Cancer Society it was pointed out by Joe H Ad ams drive chairman • Many of our workers report grave persona! interest among donors in fighting cancer as a result s| tragic experiences in their own families. Adams said ""The novelty of er.n>inc the Flying High Circus and at the same time con.ng to continue the crusade against the dread disease appeals to many cor.trbir. At least 70.000 persons — 4.000 in Dade County — are bemg treat eo for cancer now. according to Adams Ht added that Pade County led the state's 1952 cancer death 4.816. with 912 fatalities Pmeiias Count> was next. with 450 followed by Hillsborough with 417 More than 100 Florida State University circuy performers ... present big top thrillers colorful aerial spectacles and clowns in the one nights performance Friday April 17th ir th Orange Bow as thf posft aj the Dade drive to raise L minimum of S60.000 FRIDAY APRIL nDAT WOtKEtS 1S1M COLORED MAIDS PART TIME OR FULL TIM IN PRIVATE HOMES SPECIALLY IKG Hotel toaids Porters Dishwasher s ACE EMPLOTMEWT U7 N-C. m Am. Ph. t No Charge to Employer HEBREW BOoFVSl Between Tourth and Fifths £or STnaoogup. ^ "*• Tetapho n, (.aa,. \ from wrs \ %  Ot FKH INSKCTION CAU sseaan aaasae rw ccm-e c'MEMBER OF B'NAI B'RfTH' Coll 2-1776 35C Loncolr Road Mezzanine — Phone 5-5419 Entrance or. Washintjtor APS. OCULISTS • Preecr^>tion* Filled • Lensec cmd Frame* Duplicated • Laroe Selection in Latest Styles ualtty Kosher Meat and Poultry Market IJMil S.W. Slh Str^M MianL Florkia Telephone 82-5001 THE LEADERS IN THE KOSHER HELD We thank you for your patronage during the Passover Holidays... mnd We intend to continue offering the finest of quality merchandise at lowest possible prices Call 82-5O01 for prompt service Watch For Our Kosher Food Plan r—\r^V— \r> ->r* m *~v~*~*' ^ ~*~s*~*' CHAPELS IN MIAMI AND MIAMI BEACH Jewish Funerals YOB owe it to ISRAEL pay CASH for your ISRAEL BONDS wrtai 5,713 %  \ M. It it a i av. > nourrr ml profound roinilort. m* air I thai JrwoaV ervire. al RvrrioV err romlurlrJ f> rrrll. wirk a ihnrMicii kMowtrdar anr. 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IliBwiislhJEIliOjpidliigun FLORIDA FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1953 SEC. B fA Chairman Howard Kane Directs Appeal To 20,000 Miamians; $323,000 Short Oor UN Newsletter By ARTHUR LEWIS (Copyright, 1953, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inv.) lore than 20,000 Jewish familfin Dade County learned early week, by direct communicafrom Combined Jewish ApChairman, Howard Kane, that $323,000 is needed to achieve 1953 goal. thairman Kane's letter directed llhe Greater Miami residents of Greater Miami community nted out that the final phase campaign is about to be ched by the Metropolitan Di1 volunteer workers. These and women are pledged to a Eta of $75,000 and Metropolitan airman Harry Zukernick has asChairman Kane that a mass will be made to secure this Howard Kane's communication to. the Dade County area points out that the Combined Jewish Appeal is an "omnibus campaign" inasmuch as the contributor's single gift simultaneously supports 45 vital agencies in this country and in Miami and also speeds emergency relief to families in Israel and in the Middle East. Kane reminded Greater Miami residents that their one contribution helps meet the minimum needs of Miami institutions which serve us daily, such as: Mt. Sinai Hospital, The Jewish Home for the Aged, Bureau of Jewish Education, the many branches of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, Jewish Social Service Bureau and the National Council of Jewish Women. Carl Weinkle, President of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, the instrumentality which conducts the campaign annually, joined with Chairman Kane in making the following statement: "Jews are again fleeing for their lives. Today, as yesterday, Greater Miami's Combined Jewish Appeal must be prepared — to feed, clothe and care for all who escape, to move to Israel and other countries. Greater Miami must act today — we must give now, to make our community campaign the greatest life-saving event in history." ich Government ;sures WJC Head Help For Finalys ifficials of the French Embassy [ Washington assured him that Government of France Is reived to take every legitimate i to secure the return of the Finaly brothers to the jurisrtion of the French courts. Dr. ^urice L. Perlzweig. director of International Affairs Departfcnt of the World Jewish Coness, declared after a visit to the nbassy last week. Perlzweig visited the Embasto discuss the irregular bap|m and abduction of the two Jewchildren by local Catholic auorities in France, and conveyed the French officials the anxi! about the fate of the two boys hich is felt by Jews all over the prld. He said that since the boys been spirited across the Pyres into Spain, reports had Uched the World Jewish ConIt" which suggested that they light now be in Portugal or in pulh America. [The Finaly case. Dr. Perlzweig lid the French officials, is now ft of international concern, and %  World Jewish Congress has acrdingly decided to take active •Ps in a number of countries i a view to securing the return the children. I The case, which has been comwed to the Dreyfus Affair of the century in its impact on chState relations in France, pse from the irregular baptism fd abduction by Catholic officials Grenoble, France, of the two hldren of Dr. and Mrs. Fritz Finp. Jewish refugees from Austria [ho, during the Nazi occupation France, were arrested by the i&. shipped east and never tin heard from. The children's it, a resident of Israel, traced boys and sought to reclaim *m after the war. Despite the I g of a French court order-, their return, however, the thers were sequestered in a ser\of French Catholic institutions subsequently taken to Spain. It'nai II'vHit Orientation Program Announced For Sunday At Empress bership of the agencies, functions. tach B'nai B'rith teumes Luncheons weekly luncheon meetings ^lami Beach Lodge 1591, B'nai • will be resumed on next May, April 14th, at 12:15 p.m., e National Hotel. est speaker will be Ralph Nek, news reporter of station JjJ, as announced by Lodge "nt Gilbert J. Balkin. A Greater Miami B'nai B'rith Orientation Institute will be held on Sunday, April 12th, at the Empress Hotel, Miami Beach, under the joint sponsorship of the B'nai B'rith Council of South Florida and the Metropolitan B'nai B'rith Women's Council. A. J. Kaplan, president of the Council, and Mrs. Tena Katz, president of the Women's Council, have jointly announced that George J. Talianoff and Mrs. Harry Kaufman will serve as co-chairmen of the Institute. Serving as consultants are Gil-' bert J. Balkin, Director of the Florida Regional Office, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith; Dr. Donald Michelson, Director of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami; and Jerry Carver, Florida Director of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization. All B'nai B'rith Lodges and Women's Chapters in the Greater Miami area will participate in the Institute sessions, which will open at 10 a.m. with a presentation of the service programs and activities of B'nai B'rith. At 11 a.m., running to 12:30 p.m., round table sessions will be held to be devoted to the work of the various B'nai B'rith agencies. Luncheon will be served from 12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. During the afternoon, sessions will be held on the duties and responsibilities of B'nai B'rith Lodge and Chapter officers, and the day-long program wiU conclude with a summary and evaluation session. The Institute will be concluded by 5 pjn., it has been announced. Purpose of the Institute is to provide a thorough review for all newly-elected B'nai B'rith Lodge and Women's Chapter officers, committee chairmen and members, as well as the general memSharet Chapter Holds Inter-Faith Sedar Service During the Passover holidays, the young women of Sharet Chapter, B'nai B'rith, held a Model Sedar at the Coral Gables Jewish Center, conducted by Dr. Donald Michelson. director of Hillel at the University of Miami. Special guests were young adults from the Christian Youth Council, and their friends. This service is part of Sharet s interfaith program. Members in charge were Sylda Botwin, religious chairman, and Barbara Landeau, ADL chairman. UNITED NATIONS — Despite the hostility of the Arab delegates here, we are still hearing about moves behind the scenes for a Palestine peace settlement, although the view of most experienced diplomats and observers is that no agreement will be reached until the return of the Secretary of State, John Foster Dulles, from the Middle East — at the earliest. And he is not due to visit there till May. The latest of these reports is a I complicated piece of coming and j going between Tel Aviv and Cairo i which should warm the heart of any reader of diplomatic thrillers. A "distinguished individual," according to the American press, has i been seeing both the Egyptian For eign Minister, Mohammet Fawzi, •nd the Israeli Prime Minister. David Ben-Gurion, and the Israeli Foreign Minister, Moshe Sharett. This individual is supposed to have learned that the Arabs would no longer press for the resettle ment of the refugees but would demand financial compensation, that they wanted the "internationalization of Jerusalem, and some territorial adjustments. According to the press, this go-between is said to have found the reaction in Tel Aviv not unfavorable and has suggested that there should now be direct discussions. Now, there is a similarity between this story and one about a peace proposal allegedly worked out between Dr. Ralph Bunche, the Nobel Peace Prize winner, and General Mohammed Naguib, which calls on Israel to pay 120,000.000 pounds in reparations for confiscated Arab property and to cede a narrow strip in the Southern projects and services of B'nai B'rith, it has been stated by Mr. Kaplan and Mrs. Katz. Agencies and services of B'nai B'rith which will be discussed at, the Institute will include the Anti-1 Desert for a corridor linking EgypDefamation League of B'nai B'rith, %  t ,an and Jordanian territory. the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations, the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, the Americanism and Civic Affairs program, B'nai B'rith Philanthropies, and Aid to Israel. The Israeli Foreign Minister has denied any knowledge of this latter proposal. The Egyptian Foreign Minister has denounced reed" mediator. Mr. Sharett has gone on to state that Israel could not entertain any peace proposal which did not assure two basic conditions: the sovereignty of the state, and no substantial territorial changes such as the ceding of the Negeb would be. Israeli delegates here and those who are sympathetic with the Zionist cause have been heartened by Senator Alexander Wiley's categorical denial that any changes in American foreign policy in the Middle East are being contemplated. They are delighted too by the Senator's suggestion that officers of the Israeli Army should be invited to the United States for training purposes in order to aid in the defense of the Middle East. Senator Wiley, who is chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and a prominent spokesman for the Eisenhower Administration, spoke recently to a New England Emergency Conference for Israel in Boston. "The traditional friendship of the United States for Israel," he said, "remains strong and firm, as it does to all men and all nations of good will." All that Senator Wiley has done is to confirm the view here that the United States has not turned to a pro-Arab policy; this is regarded with satisfaction, as it is felt that any chance of a peace settlement would depend in the !ong run on American statesmanship. That is why it is felt here that any so-called moves which may be going on now are merely laying the groundwork for the Secretary of State's coming visit to the Middle East. There is no doubt that Mr. Dulles' trip is regarded as an important one, particularly in light of the fact that he will have had a long discussion with Mr. Sharett in Washington before setting out. His journey may mark a turning point in Palports concerning the "distinguish-, estine affairs. 6090 S-i FRANKFURTERS CORNED BEEF SALAMI B0L06NA PASTRAMI You just hiven't tested a realty good frankfurter until you taste these. Choko Western corn-fed beef, subtly seasoned to tantalizing goodness. And tho Salami is truly truly wonderful. Nothing matches the exquisite, •xalted bouquet and flavor of salami that carries tho proud Israel Kosher trade mark I LOOK FOR THIS SIGN Demand ISRAEL KOSHER... Get What You Demand! Israel National Kosher Sausage Co., Inc 230 N.W. 5th STREET MIAMI Phone. 3-0721 3-4225 Umdf tae saaerWile. f MM l*pk ttecfcaviky • %  the Greater Miami Vood Hmkishrtk



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PAGE 10 B +• lewis* ncrHtofL Pioneer Women To Mark Israel's Fifth Anniversary Pioneer Women, Club No. 1, will celebrate the 5th anniversary of the establishment of Israel at the Kneseth Israel Congregation on Thursday evening. April 16th, 6 p.m. Sophie Krantz will preside. Child Guidance Forums For April Flamingo Lodge and Chapter of B'nai B'rith are sponsoring a series of Child Guidance Forums to be held at the Benny Babcock Auditorium, East 4th Avenue and 7th Street. Hialeah, on each Tuesday in April, 8:15 p.m. Topics that will be discussed are: Home-School Relations: April 14th, presenting Mrs. Niki Merletti, parent; Jack Kirschbaum. parent; Mrs. Era Mae Furr, principal, Miami Springs Elementary School; Miss Margery Buchanan, teacher. North Hialeah Elementary School; and Miss Joyce Zimmerman, Florida Regional Office, Anti-Defamation League. B'nai B'rith. Development of the Pre-School Child: April 21st. presenting Dr. William McKibben, pediatrician: and Dr. Ted Aidman, psychologist, Miami Psychological Institute. Adjustment of Children: April 28th, presented by Dr. Walter White, director, Child Guidance Clinic; Arthur Dohlstrohm, psychologist; and Mrs. Margery Halverstadt. psychiatric social worker. Audience participation will be invited at each of the forum pres entations. Admission to this series" of forums is free. Mrs. Louis Glasser Leaves For Israel On April 14th Mrs. Louis Glasser, of 3168 Prairie Avenue. Miami Beach, will be a member of the National Women's Israel Bond Delegation leaving for Israel on Tuesday, April 14th. it was announced by the offices of the Israel Bond drive. The delegation will be the first group of American Jewish women leaders to conduct an on-the-spot survey of Israel's economic progress since the Israel Bond drive started two years ago. During the two-week stay in Israel. Mrs. Glasser and other members of the Women's Israel Bond Delegation will visit industrial and agricultural projects financed by the Israel Bond drive and will meet with government and industrial leaders to discuss the role of Israel Bonds in the country's program of accelerated economic growth. Upon her return, she will participate in the development and execution of plans for an intensive mobilization of American Jewish women in the sale of Israel Bonds. Key leaders of Israel's Government and industry will confer with Mrs. Glasser and other members of the Women's Israel Bond Delegation during their tour of Israel. THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY PROGRAM oi "Jewish Forum On The Air" EVERY SUNDAY 10 to 11 A.M. Station: WMIE (1140 on dial) With Various features Produced and Directed by HELLMAN FUNERAL CHAKU. In* 9 1743 BAY ROAD *ff NIAJt DAM %  OULIVARD f 58-0323 5-0664 14 HR. AMIULANC1 SIRVICi NIW YORK CITY i lit! 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Others are the Mesdames Bert Sher for the Chanuka table; David Sernacker for Sukkoth; David Fames for Purim; Norman Jacobs for Passover; Harry August for Shevoth; Max Handshu for the Sabbath; and Max Shapiro for Yom Kippur. Cantor Maurice Mamches will chant traditional melodies after each holiday is explained. Mrs. Harry Laufer will open the meeting. The date and place have been set for Beth David's Sisterhood's annual Donor Luncheon at the Clover Club on Wednesday, April 22nd. 12:30 p.m. In charge are the Mesdames Harry August, Leo Sobel, Max Handshu and Max Shapiro. Laurel Court Honors Past Supreme Matron Laurel Court, Order of the Amaranth, will meet on Monday evening, April 13th, 8 p.m., at the Odd Fellows Temple, 215 NW 4th Street. 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PAGE 4 A *k**1s* Her Mian ifJewisti Meridian Published every Friday since -1927 by the Jewish OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N. E. Sixth Street Floridian at 120 N. E. Sixth Street, Miami IS, Florida. Entered a< second-class matter July 4, 1930, at the Poll Office of Miami, Fla.. under the Act of March 8, 1879. The Jewiah Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewiah Weekly. Member of the Jewiah Teleffr*phlc Agency, Seven Arta Feature Syndicate, Worldwide Newa Service, National Editorial Aaaociation. Amer. %  can Aaaociation of Engliah-Jewiah Newspapers, Florida Press Aaaociation. Telephones 2-1141 — 2-8212 The Jewish rloriillan doe* not nuaraiilee the Kashruth of tho merchandlM dvrtlsd In n % %  lumn. SUBSCRIPT One Year ._ 83.00 ON RATES Two Veara 8500 FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editor Nisan 25, 5713 Volume 27 Number 15 FRIDAY, APRIL 10. 1953 Pardon Moscow's Error Last week, Moscow moved to mend its iences with the West. Recognizing that the jecent anti-Semitic campaign brought applause enly from the Arab League and from NeoNazis in Germany, the Reds publicly apologized for the "mistake" they made in wrongly accusing a group of Jewish physicians with improperly diagnosing the ills of several Soviet officials. Within a matter of days, the Kremlin went on record as stating that Zionism can hardly be regarded as an international plot to destroy %  world Communism. No mention has been made of Rudolf Slansky and his Czech henchfK0 M£*£| men who were hung for treason last November. Nor does Moscow recall Klement Gottwald's "untimely" death upon his return to Czechoslovakia after the late Prime Minister attended Josei Stalin's funeral. We wonder if :hese men, who died in the name of Soviet progress, are now being exonerated as a result of the current Russian revaluations. There is, of course, little humor to be found in these obvious political moves. But we can not help chuckling over the slow pace set by -.he presumably infallible Communist propaganda machine. Long after Moscow's announcement of the grievous Russian error, the Red press in France, Germany and the satellite countries were still attacking the "Jewish internationalists" and the "Zionist plot". FRIDAY. APRIL |* During The Week ...A. i Se IT WOULD SEEM THAT THE ALBERT EINSTEIN Medicine is well on its way to becoming a financial realit • *^ week's dinner at the Empress Hotel is any indication of **• 1 l l trends so far as total American-Jewish support of the inr*"* 1 **" concerned. Upward of $400,000 was pledged by Greater Mi '* the current $10,000,000 campaign /or Yeshiva University's /' ^H center in New York City. m d ai.j Toastmaster at the evening affair was former United Stat tor from Florida Claude Pepper. Mr. Pepper made many ad'i^"*"^ comments about the need for more physicians and the or!*" 1 Yeshiva was establishing with regard to the free choice of its^* 81 and faculty. No quota system, said he, no racial or rriigiouV 5S would determine the makeup of the Albert Einstein Medical'sik*^ But the venerable statesman was at least as willing in hi refer things political. Unabashed, he made much of past history r enct| his days in the Senate when Franklin Delano Roosevelt wj For those who remember Mr. Pepper's brilliant tenure matter of recollection became a painful thing. calling President. In office, the mnmv There are few southern Congressmen in our time who can boi a more liberal record than Mr. Pepper's. He was FDR'j 50U !J board for Democratic policy here, carrying the principles of the 9 and Fair Deals through the last Senatorial election in Florida wbn ^*£ the FEPC question virtually destroyed his political career Since the Mr. Pepper has been attempting unofficially to recapture a warn" popularity that suffered as much by his defeat at the hand of G* Smathers as by the general rightist Republican trend in America dw ing the past few years. Mr. Pepper's recent and frequent appearances at even the most minor functions here are an indication of his ardent desire to return to politics and serve as convenient vehicles for his puhlic reminiscences and post mortcms. He need, however, concern himself little over Dade County support in any future Senatorial race. Mr Pepper'i real challenge, should he attempt to run again, lies elsewhere The north Florida and west coast area sent Mr. Smathers to Washington m 19J0 The former Senator's part-time popularity campaign must he waged there • • • • • ALBEN W. BARKLEY WAS PRINCIPLE SPEAKER at the Albert Einstein Medical School dinner. Mr. Bark ley did his own share of political remembering but in a less urgent manner The past-seventy statesman entertains no hope of added years in politics and has settled down graciously to the rewards of a television news reporter and < JA l.o.il To Be ...... IMI With the month of April soon half over, Jke book author. Appearing after the announcement of gifts to the It is clear that the present reeva'luation and Miami's Combined Jewish Appeal campaign new medical center, he played the role of social commentator rather •he USSR decision to act in more cooperative is still short of its 1953 goal by about S323.000. than impassioned pleader. fashion with the West stems from the Kremlin's Howard Kane, chairman of this year's CJA' for( M failure to elicit American sympathies toward an anti-Semitic program. This is proof that the Communists have less understanding of US .attitudes than has been popularly thought. But :t is also clear that the Russian move to accuse drive, urged residents here to make an all out 'Z'lZ E ? !" afT X2. He dwel *. ,ess on u ^n T !" T "" thing in proclaiming Sight Conservation Week. speci J P raise wtule refugees from tyranny At a time when we concern ourselves so much are demed sanctuary here in the name of with political and financial matters, it only American security, the Fascist Herr Giesekinq seems fitting that we take time out for conand his ilk find the doors to our nation wide ttdjsraion oi. our physical well being, opn. : u .an -si** of his reference to the number of*young' men turned down for miliWO duty. The former Vice President mentioned the Truman <-' m ""'' ^l on Health esUhushcd in January, 1952, and alluded to the faet public pressures had heretofore precluded the possibility of creauns a Health and Welfare Department in the federal government on w ground that such a department would reflect a tendency low* welfare state. r Mr. Barkley failed to potet out that these "public P urW lTjJ the product of American Medical Association propaganda vvor against the possibility of what virtaully amounted to trust bre "^ Nor did he mention the individual foundations now engaged in rerf whose funds come from nickel and dime coin collection M"^. whose activities would be strengthened and given direction 99 e. accorded national sponsorship. In repudiating the issue of soo. medicine. Mr Barkley confused the question of government-spon research for which he has been fighting with socialized hospim ^ (also held in contempt by the AMA). The fact remains, howe* e • he did recognize the need for a concerted war against dis could, be most properly waged, by utaaaed govern mental *#*



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3AY, APRIL UUIS3 -P f-T-" 1 '%  T LEGAL NOTICE |i % THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE {SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN INO FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORn IN CHANCERY. No. 158238 ""bit KORNWEB. Plaintiff. %  MAMA KORN1 KI.I>. Defendant. fc NOTICE BY PUBLICATION ,i .\i:ll V MA Ki iRNF'ELD ., East --'nil Street ii iMikh n. New York ,.„,• ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED ht 11 BUI of Complain! foi Divorce 1„., II filed att.'imst you. ami \-on _, required to serve I copy <>f \..m" „,, to the Hill of Complaint for „ .. „n Hi. Plaintiff's attorneys %  NET & CIENET. 420 Lincoln Road, i'mii Beach, Florida, antl file the HI Answer In the office of the k .if the t'Irc-ult Court on Or belli.iiih day ol Miiy, HT.3, or a Pro Confeaao will be en 'cud .•Jmisijrkrkito+m, LEGAL NOTICE IN IN FLORIDA. -r? OT i^ E TO CREDITORS THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT AND FOR DADE COUNTY in He: K8&TE"& AT "N A *ARAH ''' ^ OUCKSUN, Deceased In A < .editors „,„! A || ,..., %  „,„„ g; !" %  ( lalma or Demandi Aaainst Bald Beta te! VCMI, and each nf lirljrif-i scree | you. 9 DATED .ii Baj .•! April, Miami, Florida, this 3rd 1H53. E. B. WEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court Dade County, Florida Hy It. II. RICE. JR. Deputy Clerk "' 0-17-21 -I I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW MiTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN that %  he un.leisiitned, desiringto etur-iice In 1 ;,]|. %  the f). i i>. of It l.vnrsTRIES, at 4< N \V. th In,, I, Miami, intends to resister said with tlie Clerk of the Circuit il f Dade County, Florida. BEN BORN8TKIN 0.17-11 — .VI ;Hfd and reti*,?.^ £'pre^anY ;; ; ;."",r : ; UMIHM *m£ n >',„.", either of you, may have ••tote of HARAH %  'I late of the hereof. KHIIINl Hi,. JIM CLICK.\l AN. I • ide County. Plotla, t„ the Honmuhl, County Judaea '"';• %  %  ounty. end file ,,,. n their office* in the Countv Courth? U SLi2 '"",'" '•"""> %  Florida, withIn eight calendar mouths fn.m date of Hi,first publican,.,. Held < lalma or deniandK to contal the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to aud presented ag afore*•","'•, %  %  '" wW •"• barred. Date March 27, A.D. 1853. -NATHANIEL CI.ICK.MAN A* Administrator of the F.state of SARAH IDA til.ICKMAN, MILTON A. FRIEDMAN DpCca ea f/VTo"'! f0r Ad,n,n '* ,rator -JLTV. PAGE 11 B LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDE.-. r-ICTITIOUS NAME LAW MUHI: IS HEREBT OIVEN that undersigned, desiring to engage In under the fictitious name of ITLOH MADE HOMES, at 671K ColAvenue, Miami Peach, Intends eglster anld name with the dark in Court of Dade i "o.intv JACK TAYLOR |\VI:I-:T t WOLF is for Applicant Blag. t ::-]n NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW |Xt> F. IS I1BRRBT GIVEN thnt f.v undcisigned, desiring to angsaja In %  he fictitious name ol fill: BEAUTY NO<>K, at ll-i'i; N W A\. Miami, int. nd to register nit;., with the Clerk of the ciri ..i Dade County. Florida. HETTY JOHNSON KITH L* BOLDEN l 1-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE I* HEREBY GIVEN that the undersign.-d. deirini( to engage in FTANDARD STEEL KALI'S Co IjJOT glCJ, at 60.-, Ll„. oTn Ro^L Miami Beach, Fla„ intends to resistor said nam.with the Cl.rk of the circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida RALPH HA>NL>FI.MAV MICHAEL M. ISENBKRU Attorney for Applicant H07 Blscayne Hldg. 4/3-10-17-21 NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION FOR PUBLICATION hi r. i.y given that the Brin. r-! .;. heretofore subsisting be: us, BEN RL'BIN, HAROLD IRA HAM and SIDNEY RUBIN, hereIfore rarrylng on bnatnaas as Interdecorators at !1RI Weat Flagler .<•!. Miami, Florida, under the le or firm of Starobin & Sons, has n .ii.v..I by mutual consent as I from the 1st day of. April. 1953. icerna the said HARuLD J:\H\.\1 who retires from the said All debts due to and owing by ui'd I.He firm will be received i.l paid respectively by HEN RI'IHN p.I SIDNEY RL'BIN who will cone to carry on the said business In Irtnershlp under the style of Staro\Sons. %  Dated the 1st day of April, 1953. BEN RUBIN HAH. il.D GRAHAM SIDNEY RL'BIN Pa-1T-31 — 5/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVF.N that the undersigned, desiring to engage in i'Vw".. s .' ,,',',"', l r l "" %  fictitious nun, .,f HAMPSHIRE APARTMENTS, at -oi-36-38 Pennsylvania Avenue. Miami Peach. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida WOLFE MENDELZYS MIRIAM MENDELZYS ALBERT FRANK ESTHER FRANK WII.I.I.WI l BRENNER Attorney f..r l'.nti,. i,3-10-17-21 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TMC ^FORVA^^OU^Y-F'^ of JERRI A. 8F1KOBL for Uia IV: DONALD BAUK f' /0 o M B ox J u UAEa su n.is Hied I etition In thl.s cause for ;: o ;;; ,,,,,,. ;li ,, ;; ^ .r ,2 ,he n """' ll,,ro •>" cause "J"">.<< %  be. hy the said petition for adoption of the said minor ,1, Med* P""" 0 1 ". hould not be i.I ", A ?' il .V. "„ > lH ""' ""'' County, Florida, this 3"th day of March. 1:..,V I. H. LEATHERMAN 1 l.'k of Circuit Court Dade County, Florida M;."uo, S! d 'a. B U dln8 Attorney for Petitioner 4 3-10-17-24 LEGAL NOTICE ^ E T w H r E ..-£ ,RCUIT COURT OF THE SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN ma D W-PftM COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No 158021 CARMINE LONOOBABDI, Plaiinl?? • NIA 'M^I'U N '' : '"' AUI "' "cr.ndant _^ NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO; MARY LONQOBABJM. Hi West 77th Btreel -New York c,t>, New York rou are required to serve a copy i..,.. An w, r to the Hill „f i %  ,„',,_ plaint upon the plaintiff's '\ii'!,V,'. n '*' "''-" t i r. 1-"' Lincoln Road! Miami I ...i.h. Florida, and file the original In the ,.ff„.,. ,,, ,,„. ,-| t ., k "f the (Ircuit Court on .„• hefore April ]•>..; otherwise, said Hill will be ,.'". ja. confessed by you. Dated this 2th day of March. A.D. taken LEGAL NOTICE 1953. 'Seal) 1/3-10-17-21 K n. LEATHERMAN ( lerk of the Circuit Court By R. H. RICE, JR. I i.puty Clerk NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersign* .|. desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of LAWRENCE ENTERPRISES, at 1270 East Bay Harbor Drive, Bay Harbor Island. Dads County, Florida. Iin.ii.ls to refit name with the Clerk 6f the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LAWRENCE J. SCHLOSBERG Sole owner 3/27 — 1/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ..„>_ NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undeisigned, desiring to engage in iTi^uJ^''' """ %  "••'"ous name of ELIZABETH APARTMENTS, at 2M1 > U. .,lh Street, .Miami, Horida, Intend to register said name wiln tne 'l.ik of tne Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ISADORE MAROOUS MOLLIE MAROOUS BLANCHE FEIGENSON SAMl.'KL It'iSKNTIlAL ROTH ROSENTHAL, WILLIAM BCHMITTELL GERTRPDK BCHMITTELL KOTNER A MANNHEIM ER Attorneys for Elisabeth Apartments .", '-'"c" 1 Road, Miami Beach, Ha. 4/3-10-1,-24 aiitttfniK HEALTH RESORT HOTELSANITARIUM •OS SCST. COMVAlEiCEfn I K0 (MR tAiU •• -I '•• to'*. 1 is* aw sorr court _MiAML_CLO S IOAJ put**? NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the uDdersimed, desiring to engage In lUSlnes.i un.,,-1 : r ioUS n • of EDI APARTMENTS at 710-2-1 iclid Aveaue. Miami Beach. Florida, tends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. FANNIE KOPEL SHEINSR A SPIELER Attorneys for Applicant 3U2 Roper Building, Miami, Fla. 4/1-10-17-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKRKIIY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In buslncs. under the fictitious in f THE MOMMSEN VITALITY MASSAGE CENTER, at 180 Westward Drive, Miami Springs, Florid... intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. EARL MOMMSEN VIRGINIA MOMMSEN MARX M. PABBR Attorney for Applicants 3/27 — 1/3-10-17 %  he over .if" ,,a,t **— "* KL he ,ree wor cone ,urh .CHRISTIAN SCIENCE an international asEy t' THE MONITOR, ^"spiper: 2" y ni,0T "M fad'"*• lor uraigkukimkint "•, ol IS year,. / ,;// gft lap *"' *r eduction I'om the Mo onilor. comet Z he ~* fonii r Kiv "— w "/ ">y uork. truly pony. ~' n,oy MJ comNOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREB1 OIVEN that the linden gni I, di Irina to engage in business under l ,:,,,. ,,i CHXCAOO OUEST HOUSE, at 27 Jefferson Avenue, .Miami Beach, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. tyi.aQ.MVM ffiS8US BmXB IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 157989 LILLIAN FALANQA CORBA, Plaintiff vs. I in: I'I NATO COREA, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: FuRTl'NATO COREA, c/o Yacup, 102 Mercer Street. Jersey City, New Jersey You are required to serve a copy of the Answer to the Bill of Complaint upon the plaintiffs attorney, MORTON ROTHENBERO, 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 Bill will he taken as confessed by you. Dated this 25th day of March, A.D. 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court By R. H. RICE, JR. (Seal) Deputy Clerk 3/27 — 4/3-10-17 A* ESTAT^,K* 3M B BENJAMIN FRANE in--. % %  ....t NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT"! IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR. D ,*;,,'. N CHANCERY. No. M77T4. RICHARD J. TARRANT, Plaintiff vs. ANNA Q0INAN TARRANT. ORDER OF PUBLICATION'"' TO: ANNA QUINAN TARRANT IrtH l63. E. H LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court Dade County. Florida ,„ By M c. (1RKKN ."..! r ''.','-" ''""..' Sl : '" Deputy %  .• .. hi rge as Executi i\ This 17th day of March. 1953 M.I-T.iN A. KRIEUMAN" KUANK Attorney for Executrix 3 20-17 — 4/3-10 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE S^i2a? A fe C1R CUIT OF FLOR SrL.^ N P 0 FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. N 0 i5 7K? o ERNEST W. R1E.SE, Plaintiff' vs. OERDA RIESE, Defendant. VV \ ? E 3P A RIESE are hereby notified to rile your defensive pleadlna to this suit ajltfa this Court's Clerk, ai .1 serve i copy on Plaintiffs attorneys, HUTNER \HL'TNER plympla Bids Miami, F:.. ,,,, .,, i"!w.April l.-,. |5|, elae the Comwin i,e tak.-n as confessed by Dated Mar 12. I>63. B B. LEATHBRM \N. 1 lerk ,.f the Circuit Court • Seal) B) \v.\l. w. STOCKINU Deputy Clerk. I 20-27 — 4/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni-il .. is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersign, %  '!. deslilng to engage In business uadi t 1 l.tiiious mune of AMERICAN HOME LAUNDRIES AND CLEANERS, at 100S SW -th Street, Miami, Flu, Intends to-register said name with the Clerkr'of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. FloridaMAlRirE M RAFKIN Sole Owner 3/27 — 1/3-1U-17 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW • ICE IS 'HEREBY OIVEN that the m. lie-trlng to engage In bus .' I".fictitious name of I'Ri LITE .. :i7; 8.W. 3,li Avenue. Mi.iol S.OIBI.., in:. IKI to re|i ter said Clerk • %  I. Circuit tount). F"oi i.i. DSVE DOBBY L. I' TUCK FRj;iD.\l.\.\ AND S'lfA-PIRo %  Hi I D. a I N rm","' WiU find ,he Monitor VJ l "Vlm in every new, N fc r : d r n Wov only $3." w for a tnemon.h, f 1 :;' 0 ^ •u b i Pon "'•.c SLA8 •"•" B•••, 1 lw..|,.„ •< II'.M m ..•. \ HONI'H 1 kl'M M SDiCALII NOTICE UNDER FICTITJOUS NAME LAW HEUKBY GIVEN engage In • %  n me ..' CORAL OATE DELICACIES, at 1717 •J VV 1 lends to I name with the Clerk of t Court of Dds County. Florida. LESLIE K. SHARrsTEEN STEPHEN F KESSLER Attorney for Applicant 1 S.W. Und Av*. V*-X1 1/1-10 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 15/995 MAY BLNK1EWITZ, Flaintiff vs. WALTER JOHN ZINK1EWITZ I ',fendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: WALTER JOHN ZINKIEWITZ* You are hereby notified that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. STEPHEN F. KESSLER. I S.W. ttni Avenue, Miami,' Florida, and file the oHgrnal Anawer or I'lea.llng in the %  office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 30th day of April, 1HJ3. If you fail to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for f*>ur consecutive Weeks in THE JEWISH FI.ORIIHAN DONE AND OHDKRF.D at Miami. Florida, this 15& day eV-March, A.D. N T J H S,5 IRCUIT COURT OF THE VI2 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 157780 FLORENCE ROSE BRAYTON Plaintiff, vs. ALOYSIL'S ROBERT BRAYTON, „„„„ Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: ALOYSII'S ROBERT BRAYTON 1 -1 -' 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 I'laintiff's attorney and file the original Answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before the 16th day of April, IIS3; otherwise, the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Dated this 17th dav ,,f March, 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of Circuit Court By R. H. RICE. JR. tseal) 1 lenuty Clark fJBORQE J. TALIAN'.F'F. ESQ. Attorney for I'laintlff 120 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida 1/10-27 — 1/3-10 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 157724 KDWARD 11. DIAMOND, Plaintiff vs. RUSE DIAMOND, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ROSE DIAMOND :;..:! < 'ypres.s Avenue Bronx .'.4. New York zOU are hereby required to serve %  copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint 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 day of April, 1951; otherwise, the BUI of Complaint heretofore filed will be taken as eonfasaiad by yon. DATED at Miami, Florida, this 17th day of March, 1953. B. H. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court I'.ide Ciiuntv, Florida By: WM. \V BTOCKLNO Deputy clerk Name and address of Plaintiff's Attorney: NORMAN R LYONS :.'."-IJ Olympla Building Miaint Florida 3 80-27 -4 S-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that Il ned, desiring to encase inde !'. mpia Hldg. — 1/3-10 1903. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Clreul* Court. Dade County. Florida liy M C. CREEN (Circuit court Saul) Deputy Clerk STEPHEN F KKSBLKR Atlurne> for Plaintiff 1 s w 22nd Avenue. Miami. Rorida 1/11 1/3-10-17 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF IN NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of WE1NBJCHS BAKERY AND OVEN BAKE SHOP, at i'll6 Pom a .1. Leon Blvd.. CoSSI Cables, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Clrcult Court of Dade Cuntv. Florida. VKToR RBISS OTT> BOCK LI owners & Co-Partners MYERS. IIEI.MAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Au|ilic4iils Beybold Bldg. I 13-20-27 — 4'3 FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 158199 JENNIE RISKMAN. Plaintiff, vs. .MAX RISKMAN I >• %  '. ndant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO MAX Klb'EMAN, I •• %  t • %  hill Farm. Brooklyn, Connecticut You are hereb> of Cosnpls m fot 1 'Ivon %  has been filed against you and yon are h< of TOUT Answer to the Bill of • '.-mplaint on Plaintiff's attorney, and file the oriKlnal Answer In the office of th. f the .';: % %  .11 Court, on or before the •:th day of Mi %  lae, the allegationof said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against -. • 1 ... DATED this 2nd day of April. 1953. E. B. l.KATHERMAN Clerk of Circuit Court By R. H. RICK. JK (Seal) Deputy Clerk C.EORGE J. TAI.IANOFF Attorney for Plaintiff 424) Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Fla. 4/10-17-24 — 5/1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 157919 CECILIA MORALES, Plaintiff vs. JERRY MORALES, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: JERRY MORALES, co Buccola IM0 W. 11th Btaaet Brooklyn. New York. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Biil'of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you in the above entitled cause and you are hereby required to serve a copv of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint ..n th.I'laintiff's attorneys, and file the original in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or baton the ?3rd day of April, 19.13. otherwise THE a i).-. ree Pro Cunfesso will be en; AND [against you. This notice shall be published once ea.-h-w.-ek for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH F!.. iRIDIAN. Dated at .Ml.nil. Florida, this 23rd day of March, 1*5S. 1: B. LEATHERMAN .11 Curt By: WM. \\ STOCKING Deputj 1 FALL. iT. SILVER A Ml'I.l.OY Attorneys for Plaintiff 701 Congress It lilding, Miami, Florida II -:T IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT-IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. ..NO. 157761 STEPHEN J. VENEZIA, flaintlff IS. EMUJ KASEMETZ, Defendant, et ala NOTICE TO APPEAR To: Eiml J. Kasemetz, und If married, his unknown wife Kasemets; all parties claiming interest by, through, under or against F^mil J. Kasemets and his unknown wife, all parties having or claiming to nave any right, title or Interest In the following described land: Lot 20 Block 191, Ida M. Stebblns Subdivision, Plat Hook S, page 1*5, of the public records of Dade County, Florida: all of the above persons If alive, and if .bad. to their unknown heirs, de. i.-L'at. % %  -.•* or grantees. You and each of you are hereby notified that a suit has been fi the above named court hy the plaintiff for the purpose of (piieting title of the plaintiff in the above described property; and you and each of you • i.-.,jired to serve a copy of your answer to the bill of complaint on the plaintiff's attorney. Frederick N Farad, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the one rial in the office of the Clerk of the Cir• Court of Dale Cotmty, Florida, on or before the 17th day of April, otherwise a decree pro confesso will be entered against you. Dated the 18th day of March. 105k. K. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Said Court By R. H. RICE. JR (Seal) Deputy Clerk FREDERICK N. BARAD Attorney for Plaintiff 4;n Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida 3,20-27 — 43-10 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! The Ivrlah Floridlan BO Helta your legal notice* W* xppr*dat j o a r pcrtroaaga and auaran (*>• accurate) Mrrlc* ai Uaal rate*. Phone 2-1141 tor messenger aarvica SEITLIN fS COMPANY PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGE! PHONE 9-3836 >^ ^<3ZnSS^ 1> N.eT. lrST. MIAMI St. FL*.