The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
F^ME 27Number 15
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1953
PRICK: TEN CENTS
lharett
ionfers
ith Ike
in Attends Meet
[Nation's Capitol
\SHIN<".TON (JTA) Presi-
Eiscnhower received Israel's
kgn Minister Moshe Sharett at
(White House this week and
Issed with him various mat-
Iconcerning the situation in the
Tile East. Israel Ambassador
Eban was present.
Sharett later described the
Dg as "a brief interview"
the President. He said that
lad told President Eisenhower
on the subject of economic
[Israel noted the "helpful atti-
of the United States in the
I" He added that he was grati-
to find the President inter-
in the problems of Israel,
the discussion, there was no
rence to Israel-Soviet issues,
Sharett emphasized,
ospects for an Arab-Israel
were discussed by Mr. Shar-
lai his meeting with Secretary
Kate John Foster Dulles. The
fction of American aid to Israel
also discussed by the two
tstnen.
Sharett. it is understood,
le an effort to acquaint Mr.
|es with the Middle East situ-
"as far as Israel sees it."
also surveyed, in a general
possible negotiations to lift
Jpt's blockade of the Suez Canal
nst Israel.
ollowing his talk with Mr.
Bes, Mr. Sharett made it known
the Secretary of State has
|uded Israel on the itinerary of
forthcoming Middle Eastern
The Israel Foreign Minister
that he hoped Mr. Dulles
lira stay in Israel as long as he
lid and learn its problem at first
Id.
rlier, Mr. Sharett had con-
red at the State Department
Henry A. Byroade, Assistant
retary of State for Near East-
. Affairs. After the conlorenee,
|ich lasted more than an hour,
Israel Foreign Minister said
I' the Israel delegation at the
lited Nations "will certainly
le full account of such changes
[have come about" affecting Is-
11 in the Soviet Union's peace
fensive. He pointed out that he
Continued en Peg* 9 A
inraei Continue* Growth Ah Anniversary Neartt April 20
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-
Hilltop view of the mining camp at Be'er Ora about ten miles from FJath, Israel, shows the
quarters housing workers and engineers at the Negev copper and manganese mines. This is
but one of many industrial areas that have begun to flourish since the establishment of Is-
rael's independence in 1948. Lying fallow and considered worthless for thousands of years,
these areas are now contributing to the vital upbuilding of the Jewish homeland. The fifth
anniversary of the new state's founding will be marked throughout the world on Monday
World Jewry Watches for Sign
Of Change In Soviet Attitude
Copyright, 1953, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
WASHINGTON (JTA) The Soviet "peace offensive" whirled on this week, but Moscow's pro-
nouncements and developments within the Soviet Union gave no clue to the extent to which the Com-
munist anti-Jewish program had been reversed and what course the Communists would follow, particu-
larly with regard to the Sstate of Israel, in the near future.
While Jews everywhere welcomed with almost anguished relief the amazing Soviet repudiation of
the "Jewish plot" charges against 15 Moscow doctors, the Joint Distribution Committee and the Zionist
movement, informed sources were extremely reserved in the deduc-
tions to be drawn from that development.
There were strong probabilities that the "Jewish plot" issue first
emerged as part JD^M^terneclBe struggle for power among the Soviet
titans particulars^between interior Minister Beria and Premier Mal-
enkov. If that were the genesis of what Moscow now admits was a
fraemup, then this new develop-
ment does not mean 'any reversal
of Communist policy on the Jew-
ish question and on Israel but
merely the tactical victory of one
of these two Kremlin combattants.
The Israeli authorities, watchful-
ly studying all phases of the un-
folding situation, remained ready
to air the question of the Jews be-
hind the Iron "Curtain from the
forum of the United Nations Gen-
eral Assembly. There were hopes
that Moscow's repudiation of the
"Jewish plot" would be followed
up by Soviet overtures for resump-
tion of diplomatic relations with
the Jewish State. No tangible signs
of such an approach, however,
were forthcoming early this week.
Ple.ied By Repudiation
Meanwhile, Jews everywhere
were pleased and gratified by the
severe condemnation by the offic-
ial Soviet world of the Moscow
"Jewish plot" allegations which
had been likened to a new "Elders
of Zifn" libel. ,
The MaaclaeUer sflardian, how-
ever, pointed out that the Soviet
authorities, in listing the accused
doctors who had been released
from prison, failed to name two,
B. M. Kogah and Y. Etinger. It
suggested that perhaps the two
men were "no longer among the
living** or might be in a hospital
recovering from the "impermis-
sible methods" of investigation
which the authorities said had
been used in the case.
Great satisfaction was voiced
over the complete exoneration of
the late Solomon Mikhoels, one-
Continued on Pag* 9 A
Reverse
Stand on
Genocide
Pact Weakened By
US Refusal To Sign
GENEVA (JTA) The abrupt
change in policy by the United
States Government on the whole
question of human rights guaran-
ties, first revealed in Washington
last week by Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles, created mark-
ed pessimism in the United Na-
tions Commission on Human
Rights which had expected the
United States delegation to con-
tinue to tr.ke the lead in prepar-
ing a draft covenant.
Mr. Dulles announced in Wash-
ington that the United States
would not sign a UN Human
Rights treaty because of the opin-
ion that such rights should be en-
couraged not by treaty but by vol-
untary "education, persuasion and
example."
Speaking of United Nations at-
tempts to protect minorities, Mr.
Dulles said that the United States
does "not intend to become a par-
ty to any such covenant or to pre-
sent it as a treaty for considera-
tion by the Senate." He assaulted
the whole concept of protecting
human rights by treaties, i he
State Department, under the di-
rection of former President Tru-
man, had energetically sought
! Senate ratification of the UN
treaty on human rights as a means
i of preventing such genocide as
that practiced by Hitler against
the Jews.
New Approach
The Dulles statement was fol-
lowed by a message from Presi-
dent Eisenhower to the Commis-
sion at Geneva last week in which
he reaffirmed American interest
in promoting human rights
through United Nations action and
called for a "new approach."
The President voiced his view
in a message to Mrs. Oswald B.
j Lord, new American representa-
tive on the Commission. He made
no mention of the statement by
Secretary Dulles.
Emphasizing that the denial of
human freedom in some countries
causes the work of the Commis-
sion to take on greater importance
and meaning, President Eisenhow-'
er said. "For these reasons also
Continued on Page 9 A
denauer Tells Washington
on
i
[WASHINGTON (JTA) West
Vman Chancellor Konrad Aden-
pr said here late last week that
West German Government coo-
lers the reparations pact with
*e\ and the Conference on Jew-
Material Claims Against Ger-
My "a moral obligation" which
taken "extremely seriously" by
" the German people. Speaking
the National Press Club, he de-
red:
I "I believe that the treaty with
["el. which was ratified by the
"Jndestag by such an overwhelm-
K majority, reflects the strongest
anial of the spirit of National
"*alism. This attempt at resti-
ftion was taken as a moral obli-
plwn by all the German people,
7 has been taken extremely
fnously. We fully realize that
those crimes committed by the
Hitler regime cannot be undone,
nor can the resultant suffering be
reversed, no matter how high the
financial compensation. But we
have voluntarily gone beyond a
moral obligation by making a legal
contract."
Dr. Adenauer said that reports
published in the United States
about a danger of neo-Nazism in
Germany did not "conform to real-
ity." He added: "Naturally, there
are still a few die-hard Nazis in
Germany. Indeed, it would be a
miracle if this were not the case.
That sort, of people can also be
found, for example, in France and
Great Britain, since Naumann re-
ceived support irom persons in
those countries. But a few Nazis
do not by a long sight make for a
German people controlled by Na-
tional Socialism. There can be no
serious talk about the danger of a
neo-Nazism, or right-wing radical
influence on the Federal Govern-
ment, or, the possibility of a new
Nazi coup d'etat."
Israel Ambassador Abba Eban
was among those invited to a re-
ception tendered by the Charge
d'Affaires of the Federal Republic
of Germany in honor of Chancellor
Konrad Adenauer. Israel Minister
David Goitein and Counsellor Y.
H. Levin attended the luncheon at
the Nation Press Club which Dr.
Adenauer addressed.
To Pass Law
Meanwhile, the West German
Federal Law to indemnify victims
of the Nazis, whose pasage was
I pledged in the German agreement
with Israel and the Jewish Claims
Conference, will be passed before
the Parliamentary elections this
summer, Dr. Otto Kuester, director
of the Baden-Wuerttemberg De-
partment of Indemnification and
Reparations, declared in Stuttgart
this week.
The former deputy chief of the
German negotiations team at The
Hague conferences on reparations
said that the law had been given
top priority by the Bundestag Leg-
al Committee and that the com-
mittee would redouble its efforts
in behalf of the bill's adoption.
Jewish circles have expressed
deep interest in a memorandum by
the state government of Baden-
Wuerttemberg attacking the Fed-
eral Government for its reported
Germany
penny-pinching approach to the
question of compensation to vic-
tims of Nazism.
The 88-page memorandum calls
for speedy passage of an indemni-
fication law and criticizes a draft
measure adopted by the Upper
House of the German Parliament
over a month ago. The document
was written by Dr. Kuester.
In a preface to the memoran-
dum, Dr. Reinhold Maicr, Minister-
President of the state, attacks at-
tempts at cutting down the claims
of the victims and warns that such
action would jeopardize the moral
effect of the measure "to an extent
quite out of proportion" to the
proposed savings. Dr. Maier, who
is also head of the Upper House
Crr/fcr.:d on Pag 9 A


PAGE 2 A
vJenisii fhrJdttari
IRM Dinner To Hear Dr. Voss
Mayors Chelsie Scncrchia, of Mi-
ami, and D. Lee Powell, of Miami
Beach, as well as consular repre-
sentatives, have been invited to
attend the Israel Bond dinner in
the Empress Hotel commemorating
Israel's Fifth Anniversary on Mon-
day evening, April 20th, at 6:30
p.m.
Principal speaker will be Dr.
Carl Hermann Voss, American
Protestant leader and exponent of
the Jewish cause.
A huge birthday cake, the top
decorated in the form of an Israel
Bond, will be lighted during the
evening. Also on exhibition will be
an illuminated Book of Dedication,
bearing as prefaces Proclamations
by Governor Dan McCarty. of Flor-
ida, and Mayor Senerchia of Mi-
ami.
Names of all who have redeemed
their pledges for Israel Bonds and
who have purchased or sold addi-
additional bonds, will be inscribed
in the book. The celebration is the
climax of Israel Redemption
Month.
Judge Harold Spact. chairman
of the IRM campaign in the Great-
er Miami area, expressed his ap-
preciation to the volunteer work-
er, who "gave so much of their
time and energy to prepare for the
success <'f this dinner."
He also thanked Miamians for
their response and declared "the
funds made available will be the
11 It birthday gift of all lor Is-
i i."' The Bonk oi Dedication will
b Prime Minister David
.'n.
i
Dr. Voss : executive chairman
the American Christian Pales-
Committee and a member of
the faculty of the New School for
Social Research. He has been for
many years an outspoken cham-
pion of the fight against bigotry
and interance.
He has visited Israel often in the
past few years to study at first
hand the new nation's industrial
Chicago Roundtable of the Air,
the New York Times Radio Forum,
the American Forum of the Air
and the Court of Current Issues.
He was one of the participants in
the only American Town Meeting
of the Air ever broadcast from Tel
Aviv and at present conducts his
own radio program, American
Christians View Israel."
ADL Library Lists
Addition of the new 16mm.
sound film, Heritage, to the Films
for Democracy Library of the
Florida Regional Office, Anti-De
tarnation League of B'nai B'rith,
is announced by Gilbert J. Balkin,
Florida ADL director.
The film was produced by the
Anti-Defamation League in co-
operation with the United Chris
tian Youth Movement and the
Catholic Youth Organization o:
Chicago. Television station WTVJ
=2^A*Hi
M'ami. win teIw. *%
V. Ctrl H. Voss
and agricultural achievements. Dr.
Voss recently returned from a
month lonu swing through Israel
and the surrounding countries of'
the Middle Fast.
Dr. Voss is a former executive
chairman of the Church Peace
Union and the World Alliance for'
International Friendship Through'
ion
He has been Widely heard by '
Americans of all creeds in hi- ap-
pearance on such radio and televi-
sion programs as the University of
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Councilmanic Election
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u it" yo~.fre/l,.alre,Idy registered at Miami Beach City
Hall on City of Miami Beach books, you must be. in order
to vote in Uus important election.
The fact that you voted in the November 4th Presiden-
tial election does not mean that you are qualified to vote
m this municipal election. That election was on your
County registration. '
To register a person must reside in Florida one year
ana in Miami Beach six months.
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Mf. Sinai Seminar
To Hear Dr. Wolf On
Psychosomatism
Dr. Stewart Wolf, leading re-!
search scientist and consultant in
the field of psychsomatic medi-
cine, will be among the group of
eight nationally prominent doctors
to participate in Mount Sinai Hos-J
ptal's Third Annual Medical Sem-
inar being held from May 21st
through 23rd. at the Delano
HoteL Subject of his talk will be
Psychosomatism.
Other lecturers who will take
part in the post graduate seminar
on recent advances in diagnosis
and therapy will be Drs. I. David-
sohn. Mount Sinai Hospital, Chi-
cago; Chester Keefer. Massachus-
etts Memorial Hospital: Jack My-
ers, Duke Univci-in ; Samuel Bu-
kantz, W a s hington I'niversity;
Thomas McC.avack. New York
Medical Center: Stefan Eajans,
University of Oklahoma: and Alex-
ander C.utman. Mount Sinai Hos-
pital, New York City.
Presently professor and head of
the Department of Medicine at the
University of Oklahoma School of
Medicine, Dr. Wolf is also con-
sultant professor of Neurology and
Psychiatry there and a consultant
member of the Oklahoma Medical
Research Foundation in charge of
the psychosomatic section.
Recognition of his research in
pain, gastrointestinal physiology
and psychosomatic mechanisms
won for Dr Wolf the award of the
American Gastroenterological As-
sociation for Distinguished Re-
search in 1943. Dr. Wolf is co-
author of Human Gastric Function
and of several monographs. He is
currently completing a new book
to be called, Talking With The
Patient, which will serve as a guide i
for practitioners and students in '
creating a satisfactory doctor-pa-
tient relationship.
Dr. S. Charles Werblow, of
Mount Sinai's medical staff, is I
Seminar chairman. He is being as-
sisted by Drs. Louis Lembcr, Paul
Plotkin, Leo Levin and Harold
Rand.
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I y, jOTIL 17. '953
Ksh Home Ceremonies Will Be Told
lation By Press, Radio, Television
+Jewisti ncrkfian
PAGE 3 A
LrM.|s. television and na-
Ipirture syndicates will bring
Linns the dramatic story of
| Jewish Home for the
lighted for
lation
will
ledne s d a y
loon's sPe-
{commence-]
|dav" when
lay F. W.I
In. presi-
\i the Uni-I
of Miami.
honorary
anc
nas on 13
Ms of the
i Home for the Aged. Dress-
ollegiate cap and gown, the
mi*r
73, Isadore Doctor, 68, Sam Gold-
stein, 66, and Joseph Forster, 76. '
Cited for learning English will be
Rebecca Noretsky, 67, Mrs. Esther
Kaplan, 71, Mrs. Bessie Mott, 67,'
Mrs. Jennie Gerstein, 70, Max
Abramowitz, 71, and David Ratihn
67.
The ceremony will take place at!
j Douglas Gardens, the home's site'
on NE 2nd Avenue and 53rd
Street. It is scheduled for 2:30
p.m. The public is invited.
In special recognition, the Mi-
ami Public Library will present
an exhibit of handicraft from the
arts and crafts class of the Jewish
Home for the Aged. The exhibit,
displaying fine ceramic, copper,'
plastic, leather belts and hand-
bags, jewelry, basket and loom-
weaving, will run for two weeks,
aged and chronically ill in
eative living, according to
\e Pearlstein, the Home's ex-
director.
. honored are Joseph Mel-
fj3, David Jacobs, 72, Isaac
pwitz, 71, Solomon Gross,
LEGAL NOTICE
rict UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ___
E is ui'.ilKUY OIVRN that
aligned, desiring to engage In
.under the fictitious name or
RKSTAl KANT, at 117 N. E.
Mia.1.1. Ma,, Intends to regls-
,,,. with the Clerk of the
I Court "f Dade County, Florida.
JOSEPH V. ZAKZOUR
lEN 1' KES8LHR
Cv for Applicant
22nd Ave.
IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IN CHANCERY. No. 1M544
:i:i.:.i: sciikinukRO,
riaintlff.
R[l SCHKINBERO, Defendant
TICE BY PUBLICATION
WAR1> SiMIKlNHlClUl
Kraiu .s I 'ourt
tpoht. Ioiib Island, New York
ARE IIKKKHY NOT1K1BD
illi i.f Complaint for Divorce
: led against you, and you
In reinilred to serve a copy
V -. r to the Hill of Oonj-
Plaintiffs attorney, and file
i.u Answer in the Office of
I the- Circuit Court, on or
im)i day of May. 153:
i the allegation* of said Bill
taken ;.* confessed against
illustrate today's triumph April 20th tojlay 4th, at the main
library.
Members of the arts and crafts
class include two 82-year-old resi-
dents, Mrs. Sidonie Gluck and Mrs.
Sonya Bilis, Mrs. Anna Washburne.
73, Mrs. Annie B. Goldberg, 70,
Mrs. Stella Essman, 68, 76-year-old
Reuben Berliner, his wife, 71, and
Yourkawitz.
Mrs. Washburne is on the Exec-
utive Committee of the Home's
Residents' Organization.
Co-chairmen of the day are Bar-
on de Hirsch Meyer, a vice presi-
dent of the home, and Mrs. Sol
Silverman, president of the Great-
er Miami Women's Auxiliary to
the Jewish Home for the Aged.
President of the Home is Abe Kur-
man, with his President's Message
scheduled for the Wednesday cere-
monies. Chairman of the Board is
M. J. Kopelowitz, recently honor-
ed for his active interest in the
home's welfare.
Other ieading officials are S. I.
Bernbaum and David Phillips, vice
presidents; Dr. Joseph M. Weid-
berg, treasurer; Archie Greenberg.
financial secretary; and Mrs. Moses
Krieger, recording secretary. Hon-
orary president is Judge Harold B.
Spaet.
Participating agencies, in addi-
tion to the Women's Auxiliary, are
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation, Council of Jewish Women,
Greater Miami Jewish Community-
Center, Jewish'Social Service Bur-
eau, Greater Miami Rabbinical As-
sociation, Mount Sinai Hospital
and Bureau of Jewish Education.
The home is a beneficiary of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
The program includes Rabbi
Max Shapiro, Cantor Irving Rob-
inson, introduction of the Douglas
faculty and the "baccalaureate"
address by Dr. Pearson to the
"graduates" and their friends.
the
s llth
K It.
Cli rk
Bj K.
this llth day of April, 1953.
I.KATHKKMAN.
if the Circuit Court
II HICK, Jit.
I vputy Clerk
IL'QENIO .1 WEISS, EbVi.
fi i Plaintiff
Iiihi.Iii Road liuilding
Beach, Hoi Ida
ICOUNTY JUDGE-S COURT
fc-ADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 27129 B
B8TATE or-
M Cl'TINO, Deceased
CE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
IMPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
tK'i: li hereby given that I have
biv final report and petition for
[Iisii.uk.. as ANCILLARY EX-
II! IX nf the estate of IJSOPOLD
I'TIMi, deceased; and that on
? day ot May. 1S5J, will apply
Honorable County Judges of
I County, Florida, for approval
final report and for final dls-
Ancillary Kxecutrix of the
of LEOPOLD M. CCTINO, de-
ttrd day of March, 1953.
- MAKiiliKltlTA CUTINO
F'N A FRIEDMAN
fey ("i Ancillary Executrix
lOTICE BY PUBLICATION
|HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
7ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
FOR DADE COUNTY, IN
MCERY, No. 158596.
"RDECHAJ
IEUQER, Plaintiff,
|thv QOLDBEROBOL
1. Defendant.
I;;_'i. i iiv oi >LDBERaBR
-;' -. Evam Avenue
pucago Illinois
f h. rebj notified that a Bill
"ipUiiit for Divorce has been
Rain.-.' jrou, anil you are re-
r '" s>:\, ,i copy of vour Ans-
[r Pleading to the Hill of Cam-
farSi lhe P'"'nth*fa Attorney.
J'l-.H i K N. HA HAD, ESQ., 420
Pn Road, Miami Beach, Florida.
"e tn* original Answer or l'lead-
W< in- office of the Clerk of the
J" '""it on or before the 18th
EJ. '--v. '* >ou fail to do
^'in. 01 b) default will be taken
J" you f,,r the relief demanded
IE-,""1 "' Complaint.
J>r. ASH niiiiKHBl) at Miami.
'his K.th day of April, A.D.
I; B. LEATHERMAN,
Jlerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
to, y R. H. RICE. JR.
fc'FI T>' N H-*RAD. Esq.
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jncoin ltd Miami Beach. Florida
Unusual ceramic, copper and leatherwork from this arts and crafts class at the Jewish Home
for the Aged will go on public display April 20th, in the Miami Public Library. Pictured
with their instructor, Mrs. Sheldon Reich (standing) are (left to right) Reuben Berliner, Mrs.
Annie B. Goldberg, Isaac Yourkawitz, Mrs. Stella Essman. Mrs. Sidonie Gluck, Mrs. Sonya
Bilis, Mrs. Reuben Berliner and Mrs. Anna Washburne. The display is in honor of the home's
"commencement day" on Wednesday, April 22nd, to be brought to the nation by newsreels,
television and picture syndicates as an example of Greater Miami's care of the aged.
Films Featured At
Warsaw Memorials
The tenth anniversary of the
Warsaw Ghetto struggle will be
observed in Greater Miami by two
mass meetings. Featured at the
meetings will be a full-length film,
shown for the first time in this
ares'. Distant Journey and The
Ghetto Terezin.
In Miami, the meeting will be
held at Beth El Congregation on
Sunday, April 26th, 8 p.m. Rabbi
I Shmaryahu Swirsky will present
'an introductory statement, and
.Cantor Maurice Mamches will re-
!cite the traditional El Malai Rach-
I amim.
On Miami Beach, the meeting
will be held at Temple Beth Shol-
|om Monday, April 27th, 8 p.m.,
with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff and
Cantor Samuel Kelemer officiat-
ing. The Warsaw Ghetto Memor-
ials are sponsored by the Bureau
of Jewish Education of Greater Mi-
ami.
The Arrangements Committee
consists of Morris Honibbaum,
chairman, Arthur Drevitch, B.
Powell, M. Miller, Gregory Rosen-
kranz and Louis Schwartzman.
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FRIDAY. APRIL 17. 1953
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Israel's Position On Its Fifth Anniversary
World Jewry will mark the fifth anniversary of Israel's independence on Monday. April 20th.
Five years seem such a short period. Yet, in retrospect, the hour that witnessed the proclama-
tion of a Jewish State is far behind us.
The history of this period records an unprecedented number of events many of them
crises that necessarily dim our conception of the essential infancy of Israel. Still, it has been
an excellent thing that the new homeland is a fact recognized by most all nations of the world.
Apart from the issue of Jewish emotional completion, just what has the new state meant
during these past five years? A voiceless people held silent by twenty centuries has. for the
first time, spoken out against the unspeakable crime of hatred, prejudice and mass murder.
And the world was forced to listen. A nation among nations, Israel presented its case to the
UN not on the basis of pity or sympathy but of legal right.
The Jewish State has stretched out its arm and ingathered upward of 700.000 souls, rem-
nants of the European upheaval and unwanted outcasts from Middle Eastern countries. Israel
has become a symbol in the geographic cradle of historyin that area of the South European,
African and Near Asiatic area where time stands still for political and economic tyrants after
2.000 years of rule. It is a symbol of human freedom, progress and aspiration toward social
betterment.
And. in this regard. Israel has assumed the role of diplomatic pawn for those nations of
the world that hold such symbols in contempt. Where the Jew, as an individual, was formerly
persecuted for his beliefs and ideal hopes he now receives personal sanctuary by virtue of his
accepted statehood. But here have lain the crises during these past five yearsIsrael as the
collected Jew standing against the forces of evilthat have made the short period since 1948
seem long and trying, indeed.
Yet. the excellent thing is that a political entitythe Jewish State or any otherwithstands
attack more easily than does its individual citizens. This, then, has been the essential marvel
of Israel since its establishment. As-a haven and as a symbol of human freedom, it has as-
sumed a role of world leadership far out of proportion with its size or wealth.
But we can not stand by and marvel, alone. We can not give thanks for the remarkable
turn of five years of history that have changed twenty centuries of Jewish silence and per-
secution to all these positive things. If the state is to continue outstretching its arm. if Israel is
to continue in its progressive role, those agencies of support augmenting the ingathering and
upbuilding processes must receive our utmost attention.
Ingathering depends upon Life Dollars, the instrumentality of the United Jewish Appeal and
its constituent arms. Upbuilding toward economic independence means Israel Bonds. The ex-
tension of democratic belief into the field of economic endeavor depends upon the further en-
couragement of private investment and the emphasis upon private initiative. These are the
maw T" bathes. The new state's flourishing will be the outcome of our response to
UJA bonds and the determination to prove Israel's sound economy by private investment. The
sixth year of Israel s freedom will tell the tale-if. during the coming twelve months, we have
played our parts or not.
DH. ABRAM SACHAR TOUCHED UPON A v
lem during his talk here last week before f 'mpw
versity. Indicating that during the course JT** Br*
the new school he had heard renurks concernin, 4
from the quota system, Dr. Sachar struck out 7 "*'***
the pathologic approach to American Jewrv Th i?* W,Ut|
his talk at the Delano Hotel in a one-nightcamt '*"
ward of $30,000. Campa,n th,
Briefly tracing Jewish social history i the United at*
Revolutionary War. the Brarrdei. president noted 1^'
philanthropy showed an enviable giving record But h! *'
ord was principally the result of catastrophic situatT "*'
Sachar emphasized. Jewish charity here found its **? '
tive rather than in positive impulses. The twentieth cenT*'
good example of his point. The unprecedented ouir S
that followed the German murder of six mZ > *<
have been realized under healthier circumstance? tw."*1
desire to create a Jewish identity recognized amL .J
nations of the world might have continued still asTpo?,'
Dr. Sachar called for a revaluation of the phitintW,
It was time, he said, for Jews to contribute to thrir^Sl!
alone when the shadow of destruction crept urxm St-
regard he returned to the whispered charge that SandeM
tuary from racial and religious restrictions prevalent taL!!.l
versifies. This, he felt, was in keeping with the belief tlS9
their own and, by extension, society's fences only when Jf?
is at hand. Accordingly, Dr. Sachar categorically stated iiTw
University must not be developed by the energies of neZ?*
sity but by the wholesome desire to make a reality 7SA
tnbutton to American civilization. J
Saint Or Villain?
H. R. Trevor-Roper, in an Atlantic Monthly
Magazine article, has exposed what may well
be one of the most fabulous hoaxes perpe-
trated during the World War II era. The writer
is an historian and scholar now teaching at
Christ Church, Oxford, and has made a name
for himself as a recognized authority on the
closing months of the Nazi regime with his
book. The Last Days of Hitler.
Trevor-Roper's belief is that there may have
been some justification for the murder of
Sweden's Count Folke Bemadotte while he
served on the United Nations Partition Com-
mission in Palestine. According to Trevor.
Roper, the idealization of Bernadotte as a great
humanitarian, as a man who was interested
in saving Jews from the cauldrons and qas
chambers of the Third Reich and as a nominee
for the Nobel Peace Prize is the result of mis-
taken identity.
The Atlantic Monthly article indicates that
the Swedish nobleman was merely a liaison
officer between the Dutch Dr. Felix Kersten and
the Nazi SS Heinrich Himmler. Dr. Kersten is
alleged to have been the only physician who
could successfully deal with Himmler's illness
and that he secretly demanded favors from
the notorious anti-Semite in payment of his
services.
These favors included meetings between
Norbert Masur, president of the World Jewish
Organization in Stockholm, and Himmler dur-
ing which the Nazi became a party to savinq
some 60.000 Jews from German concentration
camps. Trevor-Roper reports that Count Berna-
dotte opposed the entrance of the Jews to
Sweden on the grounds that "he understood
the Jewish peril and the necessity of the Ger-
man fight against World Jewry."
It seems to us that if Trevor-Roper's report
is true a terrible mistake may soon be recti-
fied. This is by no means an irresponsible
effort to excuse Count Bernadotte's murder
Age And Vigorous Life
The Jewish Home for the Aged will confer
"degrees" upon its residents during unique
"commencement exercises" on Wednesday.
Home officials are to be congratulated for the
unusual and stimulating manner in which they
relate the aged with the active world about
them.
Dr. Jay F. W. Pearson will take time out
from his busy schedule as president of the
University of Miami to present the residents
with special "diplomas" and to deliver the
baccalaureate address".
The Wednesday program typifies the Jew-
ish Home's awareness of the aqed problem.
It will be one more expression of" an intensive
effort to integrate the lives of older, sheltered
persons within the framework of an active and
fruitful daily schedule.
Residents who will be honored with "de-
grees have been engaged in various pro-
grams designed to imbue them with creative
and self-sustaining impulses. They will be cit-
ed for their efforts successfully to fill their
leisure-time needs and to cope with the exiqen-
cies of day.by-day existence.
Home officials are also doing a splendid job
of making Miami aware of its aged and oi
w53P2 !? thS aged Problem ne
with which every community must deal on a
professional and scientific rather than on an
amateur and haphazard basis.
T_S ** .maJ now appear to be at least
partially justified. But it will serve to giveU
to remove from virtual sainthood a man who
consorted with the theories of the enemy
U I'Z other hand. Trevor -Roper's account
not accurate then a frightfully libellous sT
feeMh^T Cert?iDly t0 5 m h* SS W.
feel that it most assuredly ds**ve. further
THE PRESIDENT'S DENIAL THAT BRANDEC
means of combatting quotas, it seems to me. must be width!
cast. The notion that Jews psychologically tend toward ehrtM
are therefore often subjected to ghetto life is a popular ow?Z
anti-Semites principal conception in his racist theory Those'J
upon the establishment of the Waltham campus as a means i
ing the ugly reality of still prevalent social inequalities tend I
petuate this conception.
In his effort to prove that positive rather than negatiit i
thropy breaks the barrier of prejudice. Dr. Sachar made I
the American Quaker who, immediately following the Rt.,
War, was in lower repute than any other people during the t
our history. Their struggle for understanding was not. howewri
upon the sentimental solicitation for pity; it was founded instead
positive program reflecting the Quaker philosophy of cow
objection to physical conflict and of inclination toward inti
meditation.
The Quaker today is regarded with great reverence. His i
tion stems as much from his passive nature as from his i
to the American school system. Out of a previously mi.
longing for peace at all cost has sprung his complete jd.,
with the educative process. The number of Quaker colleges d]
versities bespeaks his total social acceptance. It is this ehi
attitude toward a people that Dr. Sachar envisions for tie,
future. But it is a change that will come only when the
view of the Jew is eradicated by his own efforts.
Brandeis, and other universities of its kind, must not be I
in terms of the ghetto philosophy. This will no longer cm
danger when its sponsorship is motivated less by fear taal
feeling for human progress at large and when Jewish con
ticipation is not the result of crisis but of complete
a a a a
SAM HIRSCH OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI Dramai
ment has undertaking an extraordinarily difficult task. Mr..
acquits himself well. Within the limitations of theater io tktj
and at the mercy of non-professional actors, he is currently 1
his production of William Shakespeare's play, King Lear,'
UM Third Annual Shakespeare Festival.
Lear is nigh on impossible as a dramatic presentation. H
with Elizabethan meanings that escape the undertaking of a|
day audience and that have purpose and repute only for IheU
scholar. It was written under the impelling force of what mrfj
been Sha.-.espeare's most trying period; the play reflects hisiL
disorders and bizarre thinking like no other. And Lear preMj
mendous staging difficulties that have kept it off theater boards!
it might have been produced under ordinary circumstances.*!
face of all these problems, it contains some of Shakespeare's r
poetry.
Mr. Hirsch's direction deserves notice. He has avoided as*
possible the physically repelling qualities of the play. *5
to Elizabethan England, and concentrates on Lear's decliaft"*]
nature-vindication instead. Properly, Lear appears as a sets
who is punished by fortune for false pride of equally iai*"
and who succumbs to confusion.
Mr. Hirsch's position is an especially difficult 0- M&
bodiment of Lear, he is called upon to project his ultM'|_j
the pre historic English king's character. Thus, he has had n
tunity to achieve a much needed artistic perspective thro*
alone, he could evaluate his production. Still, his appears* '
ione, ne could evaluate his production. Still, his app'""j -
credible enough. The character's regal qualities, naivete and
to the last urxin nnhlo hanHiino .r made acceptable b)
to the last upon noble handling are made acce
acting.
The production suffers mainly from weak
exception of Gloucester. Edmund and the Fool, v~-
Schultz, Peter Barcia and Charles Shuts. Mr. Hirsch mua^wj
support.
Will*
played &
oi-uuiiz, i-eier Barcia and Charles Shuts. Mr. mrscn -
Edgar, in the Mad Tom scenes, comes alive memenuruy-
Lewellyn's inconsistent acting is not reliable throughout
Nonetheless, the production of King Lear in **?j"
and stimulating event. Mr. Hirsch must be thanked i"
allegiance to the idea of a Shakespeare Festival bw*
moments of his acting will be gratifying to those who
tion of this tragic pliy.


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Hillrl Advisory Council an-
ed this week tliSt "Miami at-
Sydncy Aronovitz has been
president of the group,
presidents are Jerome Ad-
Mrs Ida Optner and Ger-
liller.
her officers are Miss Edyth
ton corresponding secretary;
[Sydney Suss, recording sec-
tr; and Mrs. Jack Wein, treas-
allali'-n of officers will be
[on Sunday evening. May 17th,
at the Empress Hotel.
speaker will be Dr. Jay F.
earsnn. president of the Uni-
of Miami, and Dr. Homer
brsh. dean of the. UM Medical
i
charge of reservations are
(Meadames Aronovitz, Suss,
and Optner.
.Miami Window.
an
Frank Is Be+h
Jacob President
Morris B. Frank has been unani-
mously reelected president of
Congregation Beth Jacob at an an-
nual election meeting held late
last week.
A local resident for over 42
years, Frank is one of the pioneer
members of Beth Jacob. During
Sydney Aronoviti
111
bs Judy Trexler, of the Cor-
Gables Senior High
liool, accepts first prize
Louis Esloe in the See
nerica First contest spon-
by the Hotel Greeters,
Epical Charter No. 19 of
iith Florida. The contest is
bnsored throughout the
(te for all 10th grade stu-
nts. Miss Trexler's win-
slogan is: "Every per-
should see America, but
Ire important it is to know
aerica. Only then can they
predate fully what our
Bdoms have done for all of
Esloe is regional direc-
tor the State of Florida in
slogan contest. Second
ze went to Miss Dorothy
Herndon, of Lakeland.
fir Shalom Will Be
Community Project
A project is currently in prog-
1 ress to establish a model commun-
ity for retired American Jews in
I Israel. The community will serv-
i ice Jews who are able to purchase
| apartment units and maintain a
standard of living in conformity
I with the project's design, accord-
j ing to Isaac Shalom Mirkin, who
| incorporated the American-Israel
Model City in November, 1950.
To be known as Ir Shalom, the
city will be on a proposed site
of some 150 acres situated immed-
iately north of Natanya, midway
between Tel Aviv and Haifa. It
will stretch along the seashore of
the Mediterranean Sea.
The second site under consider-
ation, Mirkin said, is approximate-
ly five miles from Haifa. As pro-
posed, the community will consist
of apartment hotels with self-suf-
ficient suites designed to meet the
standards of retired people. Mir-
kin, who is associated with the ho-
tel industry, explained that res-
taurant facilities, maid service and
social and recreation halls will al-
so be provided.
Other features include a library,
steam bath, movies, a shopping j
center, synagogue and infirmary.
"Leaders in the field of Geriatrics
will lend their experience to this
undertaking," according to Mirkin.
Information may be obtained
from the American-Israel Model
City Corporation, 55 Liberty
Street, New York 5, New York.
,e Amer,can Cancer Society has announced the award of an
ACS grant-maid of $4,000 to Dr. Wilhemina F. Dunning, research pro-
fessor of experimental pathology at the University of Miami's Medical
Research Unit. Dr. Dunning's study is aimed at testing the protective
effect of nucleic acid against cancers induced in rats. Associated with
the University of Miami since 1950, she has been engaged in cancer
studies for over 20 years .
Harold Shapiro this week voiced approval of 66,758 pieces of mail
sent to Miami Beach residents by C. W. Tomlinson, city clerk on regis-
tration for the June 2nd election. Shapiro is engaged in a campaign this time he served for five years
to purge city rolls of ineligible voters and to add new, qualified voters as secretary of the Congregation
to the registration books ... and for six years as its president.
A Miamian will receive the first PhD degree in marriage counsel- Retiring in 1943, he was elected
mg awarded in the United States. The degree will be given to Carl D.! honorary life president but ac-
Levett in June at Florida State University, according to Dr. Coyle E. I cepted the helm as president again
Moore, dean of the Social Welfare School there. The PhD candidate j in 1952.
is the son of Juliui Levett, 1521 SW 7th Street Named Man Of The j Elected vice presidents are Wil-
Year by the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company is Jack J. Gold, j liam Mechlowitz and Leo Meyer,
of 235 Lincoln Road. Gold has been selected "in recognition of his Meyer previously served for a
high standard of service to his policy holders and of his outstanding' number of years as financial sec-
achievement in business produced last year" jretary. Councilman Marcie Liber-
Herbert U. Feibelman, Miami attorney, has been designated to man was reelected treasurer. Mal-
serve as an official delegate of the University of Alabama at an in-
augural ceremony honoring Dr. Jay F. W. Pearson, president of the
University of Miami, on May 7th. All southern colleges are being in-
vited to send delegates to the induction ceremony for the new presi-
dent .
vin Englander was again named
recording secretary*
Others are Louis Shafkin, finan-
cial secretary, and David Goldstein
and David Whitman, honorary
Ray Redman, Miami Beach publicist, is trying to arrange show- presidents. Plans for an installa-
ings in Miami, Fort Lauderdale and Jacksonville of the television
series, Meet Your Congress. Former Senator Blair Moody, of Michi-
gan, has appointed Redman as Florida representative for the radio and
television series. Tbe Senator is one of a panel of four who weekly
discusses current issues Among those receiving special awards,
during Dade County's Community Chest victory dinner for going over
the million dollar mark was Leonard Abess, former Chest president.
Abess, as well as Mrs. Louis Glasser and Baron de Hirsch Meyer, were
named to the Chest Board.
LONDON (WNS) Prediction
that the US will provide Israel
with grants*in-aid for the next two
years was made here by Ehud Av-
riel, director general of the Israel
Treasury, at the 52nd annual meet-
ing of the Zionist Federation of
Great Britain.
tion luncheon to be held in the
near future are now under way, ac-
cording to Frank.
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HAIFA (WNS) Defying pub-
lic opinion and a twenty-year-old
ban against music by German com-
posers, violin virtuoso Jasha Helf-
etz carried out his announced plan
of playing here a composition by
Richard Straus.
(t Of Kosher Baking Revives, Survey
iveais; Dromedary Is Essential Factor
he old Fashioned art of kosher
>g is making a strong come-
in Jewish homes, and credit
I this revival, a recent survey
pls, is due in large measure to
convenience and strictly kosh-
I quality of Dromedary Cake
es
extensive poll of Jewish
sewives in leading cities
bughout the country indicates a
Id, almost phenomenal growth
Itne use of Dromedary Cake
both by experienced house-
es. long accustomed to prepar-
ed mixing their own ingred-
as well as by countless wom-
vho never baked before.
almostall instances, the re-
n was the same. "Dromedary
M Mixes," these women stated
The Bar Mitzvah of Mark Zil-
berberg, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Zilberberg, 15 2 1
Michigan Avenue, will take
place at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center on Saturday,
April 18th. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman will officiate. Mark
attends the Ida M. Fisher Jun-
ior High School, where he is
in the eighth grade and is a
student at the Religious
School of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center. ^_^______
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Dromedary Mix takes only four
minutes from package to pan-
plus the consistently fine quality
and uniformly successful results
obtained with these mixes have
been important considerations in
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line, the survey further reveals.
There are nine basic Dromedary
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FRIDAY. APRIL 17, 1953
Miii&KurinickToBe
June Bride; Will Wed
Harvard Graduate
Miss Judith Mae Rudnick will
be a JUne bride. Her engagement ^Twenty-five representatives of
to Jordan Bittel, son of Mr. and lvhe J f,vet local Affiliated Sister-
Mrs. Perry Bittel, 1002 10thhoods of ,he Natlonal Women s
Street, Miami Beach, is announced *f af e of the United, Synagogue
of America were guests at a cof-
fee held in the home of Mrs. Ben-
jamin B. Wolff, Southeast Branch
president, to complete plans for
the branch's forthcoming Annual
Spring Conference on May 3rd. 4th
and 5th, with headquarters at the
Johnina Hotel.
The local Sisterhoods are of
Congregation Beth David, Miami
Beach Jewish Center, Zamora Jew-
ish Center, North Shore Jewish
Center and Israelite Center.
A preview of the conference on
Sunday, May 3rd, reveals an Invi-
tation Branch President's Brunch
for all branch officers, chairmen
and Sisterhood presidents. A reg-
ular Executive Board meeting will
follow.
On Sunday night, the conference
officially opens with a synagogue
service at the North Shore Jewish
Center, when Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz and Cantor Edward Klein
will officiate. The Center Choir,
under direction of Louis A. Mech
lowitz, will sing the conference
theme song, Ashrenu How Beau-
tiful Is Our Heritage.
Key-note address will be given
by Mrs. Reuben J. Magil, of Harris-1
burg, Pennsylvania, conference ad-
visor, national leader and speaker.
The five Sisterhoods will then be
hostesses to a reception for dele-
gate.-, all Sisterhood members and
their husbands.
Sisterhood president hostesses
ire the Mesdames Harry Laufer,
Joseph Berman, Sam Altman. Jack
Klinger and Nat Shenkin. Confer-
ence co-chairmen are the Mes
Representatives Meet To Map Women's
League Conference Here On May 3rd-5th
Mill Judith M. Rudnick
by the bride-elect's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard W. Rudnick who
reside at 440 East Rivo Alto Drive.
A Miami Beach High School
graduate. Miss Rudnick is majoring
in elementary education at Lesley.
Mr. Bittel graduated from Har-
vard Law School and the Univer-
sity of Florida, where he was a
member of Florida Blue Key and
Phi Beta Kappa.
He is now serving in the Army,
stationed at Fort McPherson, Geor-
gia.
Airs. Benjamin B. Wolff
CJA Day Proclaimed
Mayor Lee Powell of Miami
Beach has officially proclaimed
Sunday, April 19, as CJA Day for
the purpose of launching the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal's Metropoli-
tan Division kick-off campaign.
Beach Sisterhood To
Mark Anniversary
The Sisterhood of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center will devote
its next meeting on Monday, Ap-
ril 20th, 1 p.m., to the commemor-
ation of the fifth anniversary of
the State of Israel.
The announcement by Mrs. Mil-
ton Sirkin. program chairman, al
Personally
Speakinq .
Mrs. Alex Shedroff. of 1568
Drexel Avenue, is visiting with her
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Morton B. Waitzman, and her
granddaughter, Sherri Nadine,
who are now in Urbana, Illinois.
Sherri was born on March 22nd.
The Shedroffs are the new-born "s
maternal grandparents. Paternal
igrandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jos-
leph Waitzman, of 4748 West Flag-
ler Street.
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Mr. and Mrs. E. Gurfein, of 1231
Euclid Avenue, left for Brooklyn.
New York, where they will attend
the Briss of their grandson. New
parents are the Leonard Gurfeins.
They will sail for Israel on the
Queen Elizabeth April 22nd.
ft ft ft
Rabbi and Mrs. Mayer Abramo-
witz, of 85 80th Street, announce
the birth of their son, David, on
March 26th. He joins his two-year-
old sister, Daliah. Rabbi Abramo-
witz is spiritual leader of the
North Shore Jewish Center.

Dr. Joseph R. Narot, spiritual
leader of Temple Israel, is in New
York City, attending the Conven-
tion of the Union of American He-
brew Congregations.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. William N. Ber, of
2400 Coral Way, announce the
birth of their daughter. Rose
Edith, on April 10th, the date of
the Ber's 15th wedding anniver-
sary. Mrs. Ber is one of the found-
ing members of the Kadimah
Chapter. Pioneer Women. Rose
I sented, with a cast including Mrs.
jLeo Chaikin, Mrs. Samuel Gins'
grams are under direction of Mrs. ber* and Mrs Samuel Wiesen.
Henry B. Wernick, of Tampa, and! Narrator will be Borah Schnaider,
so states that a skit will be pre- Edith is named after her maternal
aunts. The birth took place at
Mrs. Irving Lehrman, co-chairman.
Sisterhood Names
Mrs. Schwartz
As President
The Sisterhood of Temple Israel |
held its annual election of officers
last week
Named president of the organ-
ization St Mrs Leopold L. Schwartz.
Radio Synagoa
Rabbi S. M. Machtei's sermon
subject on the Radio Synagog at
) a.m., Sunday, station WQAM,
will be: Success In Marriage. The
program also includes prayers,
scripture reading and liturgical
music.
city manager of the State of Is-
rael Bond office here,
at the Latin Casino. Chairman of
Board members for the coming
year and election will follow. The
musical portion of the program
will be by Cantor David Silver-
man.
Mrs. Joseph A. Berman is pres-
ident of the Sisterhood.
Mount Sinai Hospital.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. A. Budd Cutler an-
nounce the birth of their daughter,
Betsy Gale, at Saint Francis Hos-
pital. Betsy weighed in at eight
pounds, seven ounces.
ft ft ft
Minnie Raaf, of 3230 NW 7th
Street, has returned home after a
one-month stay with her sister,
Mrs. Eva Keller, of Birmingham,
Alabama. Mrs. Keller is recuper-
ating from a recent illness.
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S.
North Shore Women
Plan Skit At Meeting
Th.- North Shore Loduc of B'nai
Miss Rayanna Metz became
Mrs. Myron Simons on Mi-
ami Beach last March 27th.
Mrs. Simons is the daughter
of Dr. S. H. Metz, Rabbi Emer-
itus of Adath Jeshurun Con-
gregation, Washington, D.C.,
and Mrs. Metz. Mr. Simons
is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Murray Simons, Hollywood,
Florida, and New York City.
Mrs. Moses Krieger is the
bride's grandmother.
Tropical Chapter To
install Officers On
Saturday Evening
The Tropical Chapter of B'nai
3'rith Women will hold its annual
nstallation dinner ranee on Sat-
jrday evening, April 18th, 7 p.m.,
The new slate of officers and
he affair is Mrs. James Langel.
Installing officer will be Mrs.
Max M. Katz, immediate past pres-
dent of the B'nai B'rith Women's
Jouncil and District deputy. She
vill install Mrs. Irving Laibson as
president.
Other officers are the Mesdames
Herman Feldman, program vice
president; Louis Wilson, member-
.-ii.p vice president; James Langel,
ways and means vice president;
George Arrow, recording secre-
tary; Irwin Medoff, corresponding
secertary; Morris Babok, financial
secretary.
The Mesdames Leon Epstein,
treasurer; Arthur Bergman, his-
torian; Louis Pilzer, sentinel; Ink-
ing Cypen, counsellor; and Leroy
Levy and Post, trustees.
Directors are the Mesdames Dav-
id Adelberg, Joseph Weiner, Louis
Roloff, Joseph Feldman, Sam Ross,
Henry Levy, Arthur Tubin, Paul
Goldman, Rosalyn Levey, Michael
Stavies and Harvey Mictyaelson.
New Hooks Listed
At Library
Over l.ODO new books have been
added to the Central Jewish Li-
brary sponsored by the Bureau of
Jewish Education, according to an
atmopwcertHfct this week. The li-
rcary now contains..over 5,000 vol-
umes in Hebrew, Yiddish and Eng-
lish.
Many new books have been do-
nated by the Jewish Scientific In-
stitute, Joseph Duntov, Sholem
Asch, Dr. Alexander Mukdoni,
Louis Heiman, Morris Honigbaum,
in memory of Joseph and Fannie
Pollack, Louis Schwartzman, in
memory of Pincus Puchkoff, Max
Meisel, Rabbi Jacob Kaplan, Max
Gettinger, Morris Klass, Harry
Simonhoff, David Freedman, Josh-
ua Stadlan, Dr. Max Lipkind and
Seymour Liebman.
I Betty Lee Cone Weds Howard Apte Here
Betty Lee Cone, daughter of
Mn. Howard S. Apt*
Mrs. Jacob Goodman, Brooklyn,
New York, and the late Leon E.
Cone, and Howard G. Apte, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Apte, 1537
Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach,
were married on Sunday, March
29th, at the groom's home.
The double ring ceremony was
performed by Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Attendants were the bride's sis-
ter. Miss Barbara Goodman, and
Ralph Sapperstein, brother-in-law
of the groom.
Immediately after the ceremony,
the couple left on a honeymoon
trip through Southern Florida.
Newlywed Mrs. Apte attended
Millwood High School in Brooklyn,
New York, and Brooklyn College.
Mr. Apte is a graduate of Miami
Beach High School. He served in
the US Marine Corps for two
years.
He is presently employed as a
lifeguard on the Miami Beach Pa-
trol for the City of Miami Beach.
The couple will reside at 530
16th Street.
I Brandeis Chapter Meets
Brandeis Chapter, American
' Jewish Congress will hold a regu-
;lar meeting on Thursday, April
23rd. 1 p.m., at the Sea Gull Ho-
tel. Election of officers will be
held, with a skit following by Mrs.
day night at Beth David Congre-' Harry Shopiro. Presiding will be
gation honoring the celebration of Mrs. Bess Lesser.
500 Persons At
Oneg Honoring
Harry Simons
Some five hundred persons at-
tended the Oneg Shabbat last Fri-
Mr. Harry Simons' birthday.
Raymond Sponder. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Terry Sponder.
1017 Meridian Avenue, will
celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on
Toastmaster was Milton Fried-
man. Mr. Simons delivered a ser-,
monette on the prospects for the '
future. Highlight of the Oneg
Shabbat was the announcement
that Mrs. Simons would turn over
a check for $500 toward a perma-
nent library at Beth David. j
The new Simons Library Fund j
will be augmented by subsequent
contributions, according to an an-
nouncement here' this week, and
it will be handled by a Board of
Trustees composed of Mrs. Ted
Sandier, Mrs. Frank Rose and
Friedman.
Mr. Simons has been affiliated
with Beth David for the past 27
years. In a brief talk, Friedman
said that when Mr. Simons step-
ped out of the Beth David presi-
dency, he turned over some $30,-
000 to the Congregation, with no
outstanding monies due.
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Max Ifoltsberg, treasurer; Joseph
Bulbin. recording secretary; Hen-
iy Hirsch, corresponding secre-
tary; G. Louis Mendclson, finan-
leJal secretary; and Louis Gillman,
I auditor.
The Nominating Committee in-
cluded the Mesdames A. Boox
baum, J. Bulbin, N. Ciller, L. Gill-
man, and B. Ozer. Guest speaker
I was Mrs. Eduardo' Pena, interior
I decorator from the decorating firm
I of Richard Plumer.
26th Season
The University of Miami
Symphony Orchestra
JOHN BITTER. Conductor
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honor of Combined Jewish Appeal volunteer workers and
their wives. Some 400 persons are expected at the invitation
aifair. Shown at Westview comparing notes are (seated) the
Mesdames Sam Weissel, Sam Resnick and Leo Ackerman.
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Arrangements are being made for the installation luncheon
of the Parent-Teacher Association of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center to take place on April 22nd. at the Monte Carlo Hotel.
Shown (left to right) are the Mesdames Theodore Hankoff,
outgoing president; Henry Waitzkin, co-chairman; Samuel
Lurie, chairman; and Henry Hillman, in charge of reserva-
tions.
Fuller Warren To
Speak At ShoSem
Lodge Installation
Shi'.lem Lodge. B'nai B"rith. an-
nounces its annual installation
dinner danre to be held at the Bis-
cayne Terrace Hotel on Sunday
evening. April 15>th. 6:30 p.m.
Guest speaker will be Fuller
Warren, former Governor of the
State of Florida.
Newly elected officers include
Edward S. Roth, president; Mich
ael If. Isenberg, Marvin Rauzin
and Joseph A. Rayvis. vice presi-
dent-: Alan B. Kessler. treasurer:
Richard K. Fink, corresponding
secretary.
Isidor Bakst. recording secre-
tary': Stanley D. (aiden. warden:
Paul Barnett. assistant warden:
William L. Pallot. chaplain: Henry i
Weiss, assistant chaplain: Martin,
Stein, guardian: and Bernard
Mandler. assistant guardian.
Trustees elected for the new,
term are Sam Friedman, Fred i
Shochet. Bernard Newmark. Ber-;
nard Liberman. Sanford M. Swerd-
lin and Alex Douglis.
Beach Center
PTA Sets 22nd
For Installation
Newly elected officers of the Par-
ent Teacher Association of the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center will be
installed by Rabbi Irving Lehrman
at a luncheon Wednesday noon,
April 22nd. at the Monte Carlo Ho-1
tel.
Officers to bo installed are:
president. Mrs. Benjamin Greene;
vice presidents. Mrs. Samuel Lur-
ie, Mrs. Herman Mechlowitz and
Mrs. Henry Waitzkin: correspond-
ing secretary'. Mrs. Aaron Book-
span; recording secretary, Mrs.
Raphael Yunes; treasurer, Mrs.
Harry Brick; and chaplain, Mrs.
Irving Lehrman.
The PTA. youngest of the many
affiliated organizations of the Cen-
ter, will use all proceeds from the
luncheon to increase its library
and scholarship funds. The schol-
arship fund provides a summer in
camp for a student of the Center's
Religious School.
A feature of the luncheon will
be a book review by Mrs. Lehr-
man.
Reservation chairmen for the af-
fair are Mrs. Henry Hillman and
Mrs. Aaron Bookspan. Mrs. Sam-
uel Lurie is overall chairman. In
charge of the Publicity Committee
are Mrs. Jules P. Channing and
Mrs. Arthur Ross.
Tots About Town?:
rHE MUSIC GOES ROUND
AND ROUND chants win-
some little Mark Rubensteln,
3on of Mr. and Mrs. Allen A.
Rubenstein, of 13930 NE 16th
Court.
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Esther Grossberg. formerly of
Miami, is now visiting her
parents, the Louis E. Rosen-
steins, 2001 Lake Avenue,
Sunset Island No. 4, with her
7-month-old son, Michael
Lee. The Fred Grossbergs
now reside in Houston, Tex-
as, where Mr. Grossberg is
practicing law with the firm
of Mandell and Wright, ad-
miralty and plaintiff's at-
torneys.
Marvin Schiller, son of Mr.
and Mrs. David Schiller, 1145
SW 20th Avenue, will be-
come Bar Mitzvah tomorrow
morning, April 18th, at the
Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation. Rabbi Simon
April will officiate. Out-of-
town guests will include Mar-
vin's grandmother, Mrs. M.
Smiles, of New York.
B'nai B'rith Plans
State Convention
The annual convention of the
Florida State Federation of B'nai
(B'rith Ixidgcs will be held at the
i Tampa Terrace Hotel in Tampa
1 starting Saturday night, April 25th.
and continuing through luncheon
on Monday. April 27th, it has been
announced by Harry Goodmark of
West Palrn Beach, State Conven-
tion president.
Guest speakers will include Dr.
1 Jesse Trager. Baltimore, Maryland.
I president, District Grand Lodge
1 No. 5 B'nai B'rith, and Julius Fish-
| ler. Roanoke. Virginia, secretary
of District Grand Lodge No. 5.
The convention will feature
reports on B'nai B'rith activities
in the State of Florida, including
I the Anti Defamation League. Hillel
Foundations, youth organizations
land the veterans affairs program.
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Sharett Confers With President On
Israel-American Relations, Near East
+Je*istinr,r*Mon
TAGE9A
Continued from Page 1 A
[bad noted the incident involving
[the exoneration of the Moscow doc-
Itors. "But," he stressed, "it de-
Ipends on how far it goes."
I The Israel-Soviet situation was
considered in talks Mr. Sharett had
at the Pentagon with Secretary of
Ipefense Charles E. Wilson, Gener-
al Omar N. Bradley, chairman of
[the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and other
nilitary leaders. Mr. Eban accom-
US Position On
Genocide Hurts
I Pact's Strength
Continued from Pago 1 A
here is need for a new approach
o the development of human
ights consciousness in all areas
f the world. I have accordingly
sked Mrs. Lord to present posi-
ve UN action programs to the
ommission which we feel will
ontribute to that recognition of
uman rights and fundamental
reedoms which people are seek-
ig throughout the world."
Proposals
Expressions of regret over the
hanged United States policy were
oiced here by a number of dele-
ates to the Commission session,
he statements followed the pres-
ntation of "concrete proposals for
ction programs" by Mrs. Lord.
In her first speech to the body,
Irs. Lord outlined a three-point
rogram which she will present in
lull detail at a later date. Her
roposals, which were given a cool
ccption, were:
1. That the UN undertake a
orough study of human rights
roughout the world in such
s as freedom of religion and
e right to a fair trial, from which
e Commission could make "gen-
ial recommendations."
2. That the member govern-
ents submit to the UN annual
ports on developments in the
Hd of human rights and that
ch government accept for this
urpo.se the aid of an advisory
mmittee of its own nationals
om various walks of life.
That the UN establish an ad-
sory service "on specific aspects
human rights" similar to the
rvices now rendered by the UN
d its agencies in the economic
d social fields.
panied Mr. Sharett to the Penta-
gon.
One of the questions that arose
during the Defense Department
meeting was the Israel application
for non-reimbursible military as-
sistance which was entered in Feb-
ruary, 1952, but not yet granted
Mr. Sharett said the talk covered
"general defense arrangements"
It was indicated that the arms situ-
ation was also discussed by the
Israel leaders when they talked
with,the President.
Israel Will Speak
Mr. Sharett said that "in all
probability" Israel will have some-
thing to say at the United Nations
General Assembly about the Soviet
Union's actions of the last several
months. He indicated he was
awaiting further evidence of a re-
versal of the anti-Israel trend
evidence which may come as part
of the current Soviet "peace of-
fensive".
The Russian question did not
figure in the conversation with Mr.
Byroade, the Israel Minister said.
Generally, he stated, he "compar-
ed notes" with Mr. Byroade on a
number of subjects including the
blockade of the Suez Canal against
Israel, American aid to Israel and
the question of an Arab-Israel
peace.
Asked if he had any comment on
reports that the Administration
was developing new pro-Arab pol-
icy, Mr. Sharett said that he hoped
American friendship with the Ar-
abs would "make for a more ef-
fective peace approach." He de-
nied a report that secret peace
talks have been carried on between
Egypt and Israel by an intermedi-
ary. "We are always ready for
peace," he declared.
Meanwhile, a dramtic meeting
took place in the foyer leading to
President Dwight D. Eisenhower's
White House office. Mr. Sharett
and Mr. Eban, leaving the Presi-
dent's office, came face to face
with Dr. Konrad Adenauer, Chan-
cellor of the West German Repub-
lic, and his party. A brief greet-
ing was exchanged between the
two groups. Later, the Israel en-
voy attended a reception in Dr.
Adenauer's honor given by the
German charge d'affaires.
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Jewry Watches
For Red Change
Continued from Page 1 A
time director of the Moscow Jew-
ish State Theatre and president of
the dissolved Jewish Anti-Fascist
Committee. Mikhoels had been
branded an "agent" transmitting
orders from the Joint Distribution
Committee to the accused physi-
cians. An editorial in Pravda, re-
printed in Izvestia, the official
Government paper, said that a
"careful investigation" had estab-
lished that "the honest public fig-
ure of Peoples Artist of the USSR,
Solomon Mikhoels, was slandered."
The firmness with which Mos-
cow condemned "any kind of
preaching of race or national ex-
ceptionalism or hatred or scorn"
was also taken as a hopeful sign.
A former deputy minister of state
security was under arrest charged
with responsibility for the frame-
up, and his superior, Semyon Ig-
natiev, was fired from his recent
appointment as a secretary of the
central committee of the Commun-
ist Party.
Swing Into Line
There were signs during the week
that the satellites were swinging
into line behind the new Moscow
directive.
In Bucharest, the JTA reported,
the Communist-controlled "Jewish
Democratic Committee of Ruman-
ia" which had conducted vio-
lent anti-Zionist propaganda, was
ordered dissolved. Several Zion-
ist leaders were ordered released
after long periods of imprison-
ment.
In Budapest, the office of the
Jewish community, closed down by
the authorities last January, was
reopened. Miksa Domonkos, secre-
tary of the community, was report-
ed to have been released from ar-
rest.
In Soviet Germany, the East Ber-
lin radio resumed the broadcast-
ing of Jewish news programs
which had been suspended some
weeks ago when the anti-Jewish
campaign reached its heights.
Announce
Opening Of
Juniors Lodge
Dr. and Mrs. M. A. Marshall are
now opening their year-around
camp. Juniors Lodge, at 3905 Ster-
ling Road, west of Dania in Brow-
ard County.
Dr. Marshall said here this week
that Juniors Lodge is being oper-
ated according to a three-fold plan:
to offer a camping site with a full
program of summer activities, to
accomodate children of winter
tourists so parents can be free to
enjoy an unhampered vacation and
to take care of the needs of local
residents whose children require
camping facilities.
Juniors Lodge is now equipped
with CBS dormatories, showers
and washrooms. To augment a pro-
gram which includes baseball, golf,
archery, horseback riding, volley-
ball, basketball and shuffleboard,
the camp is located in a 12-acre
grove.
The Marshalls have also sched-
uled a complete arts and crafts
and aquatic program. Councilors
will all be adult, accredited per-
sonnel. Dr. Marshall has experi-
ence with numerous youth groups,
including BBYO and the Boy and
Girl Scouts of America. He has
been a Scout Master for three
years.
He is also Boy Scout Training
chairman for Broward County and
a member of the Board of the
South Florida Council.
Konrad Adenauer Discusses West
German Position With Eisenhower
Continued, from Page 1 A
of the Federal Parliament, express-
ed satisfaction over the scheduled
passage of an indemnification law
by this session of Parliament.
It is hoped there that the docu-
ment will have a beneficial effect
on pending negotiations between
officials of the Conference on Jew-
ish Material Claims and German fi-
nance Ministry officials.
Dr. Kuester is generally credited
with blasting the log-jam at the
reparations conference by his res-
ignation as deputy chief to Pro-
fessor Franz Boehm, head of the
German negotiators. At the time
he resigned he made a public
statement denouncing some mem-
bers of the Bonn Cabinet who were
attempting to sabotage and delay
the reaching of a reparations
agreement. Shortly after his blast
the negotiations were speeded up
by the Germans.
Bonn Pleased
The decision of the Arab League
Council to postpone action on the
threatened economic boycott of
West Germany over the latter's
implementation of the Israel rep-
arations pact was greeted in Bonn
with satisfaction in government
circles which supported the repar-
ations agreement. These circles
are confident that the boycott will
not be imposed since the "first
flush of Arab indignation" will
have spent itself by the time the
Arab League Council reconvenes.
Meanwhile, reports received
from various Middle East count-
tries reveal a marked difference
of opinion among the Arab gov-
ernments over the implementation
at the threatened Arab boycott of
West Germany because of the Is-
rael reparations pact. While the
Lebanese and Syrian Governments
continually refer to the failure of
the Arab League to carry out its-
threat, the Egyptian and Iraqi Gov-
ernments have shown a great re-
serve on this matter.
There are indications that Yem-
en, Iraq and Egypt will oppose
carrying out of the threat to break
off economic relations with Ger-
many. The Syrian Foreign Min-
ister is reportedly determined that
Syria will act against Bonn regard-
less of the Arab League's decision,
while Lebanon is said to be con-
sidering blacklisting those firms
which deliver goods to Israel, rath-
er than boycotting all German in-
dustry.
Nazis Waat Their
German Swastika
GERMAN VETERANS SEEK TO
BONN (JTA) West German
Minister Robert Lehr has report-
edly proposed that Germany Army
veterans be permitted to wear in
public decorations awarded by Hit-
ler's Wehrmacht.
At present. Allied regulations
I forbid the public wearing of such
j decorations, but Minister Lehr ex-
| pects the Western Powers to
rescind or disregard their own
regulations provided the swastika
is removed from the decorations.
The veterans groups, however, in-
sist upon retention of the swas-
tika.
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WILL WIN AWARDS
NEW YORK (WNS) David
Rockefeller and Senator Herbert
H. Lehman will be the recipients
of the 1953 World Brotherhood
Awards of the Jewish Theological
Seminary in recognition of their
outstanding contributions to the
ideal of human fellowship, it was
announced by Joe W. Schenker,
chairman of the Seminary's World
rotherhood Committee.
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PAGE 10 A -Jmlstinor**** >MDAY.
Israel's Fifth Year Points to Great Prog
APftf
rogresi
By DAVID BEN-GURION
Prime Minister of Israel
As it completes the first five
years of its existence, the State of
Israel looks to the future in a
spirit of hope and looks back on
its brief past with sati faction at
its accomplishments.
During these five years, this
young state in an ancient land has
been constrained to defend itself
against attack from six Arab
neighbors who designed its de-
struction. Their invading armies
had to be resisted and repulsed.
In the midst of the chaos inherited
from a Mandatory Regime, it had
to fashion a modern progressive
administration founded on democ
racy and led by a stable, freely
elected government.
Communications inside the
country- and with the outside
world by land, sea and air had to
be renewed and improved. The
country's industry and agriculture
had to be expanded to keep pace
with a population increase of un-
precedented size Natural re-
sources, which had been unknown
and unused for thousands of years,
had to be brought to light and
pat to exploitation. The country's
defense army had to be organized,
trained and equipped: hundreds
of thousands of immigrants from
all parts of the world needed ab-
sorbing and fusing together, cul-
turally and economically, and re-
quired the opportunity to take root
in the revived Hebrew culture of
the Land of the Bible with the .
help of an expanded system of
primary and secondary schools
and institutions of higher learn-
ing.
And Israel had to take its place
in the family of the free nations
i- an equal member, seeking peace
fur all. far and near.
As it enters its snuil year, the
difficulties confronting the State
of Israel are not inconsiderable.
But the accomplishments of the
past give us confidence that our
effort.- in the future will succeed
and thjt the goal which we set for
ourselves on the establishment of
the state will be entirely achieved.
On the day of its foundation,
our State had a population of 650.
000 people. During the past five
years, the population has increas-
ed by more than 700.000 immi-
grants drawn from every country'
and by more than 100.000 natural
increase The total population in-
crease has been 125 per cent.
Our young army has stood its!
ground against aggressors forty'
times as numerous
In the midst of the feudalism
and instability of the Middle East
there has arisen a democratic, sta-'
ble and progressive state. The i
area under cultivation has been in-!
I creased five-fold, and the curse of
I desolation which has aflicted half
the area of oar land since the be-
ginning of time is being removed
by the determined stubbornness of
our pioneer-
Modem industrial establish
mer.ts have been set up producing
chemicals, textiles, metal and
food products and many other
commodities. A merchant marine
has been created to carry' Israel's
exports to all parts of the world
and to bring in our imports from
the Old and New Worlds Housing
projects have been developed to
provide homes for hundreds of
thousands of immigrants
New roads have been construct-
ed in the wastes of the Negev. and
a new quick approach for modern
vehicles has been made possible
to the deepest depression on the
surface of the earth at the Dead
Sea. In the Negev. phosphate, cop-
per and iron mining projects have
been opened up for the fullest ex-'
ploitation of these newly discov-
ered resources. Food production
for the growing population has in-
creased four-fold, and the country
is steadily approaching a stage of i
economic independence and sta-!
bility
Throughout this effort, ouri
country has been able to depend ,
oon the heroic spirit of the youth
of Israel who. like David of old,:
had the courage to stand up be-'
fore Goliath. The pioneering initi-
ative of the builders of our agri-
culture and industry' has enabled
us to harness to our love of coun-
try and our capacity for hard and
sustained work, the latest ad-;
vances of science and technology. |
We are grateful for the great
help we have received from Jew-1
ish people in other countries and '
especially from the Jews of Amer-1
ica and for the sympathy and sup-
port of the free democratic world '
and particularly from the L'nited
States of America
I would especially emphasize the I
notable fact that 500.000 Ameri-
ca! have invested in the Indepen-
dence Bond Issue of the Govern-
ment of Israel helping us in that
way to advance our communica-
tions system, expand the network"
of irrigation in the wastes of the
Negev. construct and expand our
ba-ic industry-, commence the ex-
ploitation of our mineral resourc-
es and thus promote our economic
independence.
We face the future with faith
and confidence. We shall advance j
under the inspiration of the three ,
great visions to whose implemen-
tation we shall continue in the'
future to devote' all our material
and spiritual resources: Develop-1
roent. Freedom and Peace. We!
shall continue to develop the nat-
April 20th marks the fifth anniversary of the Stale of Israel
as a sovereign nation. In the spring of 1951. Israel Prime
Minister David Ben-Gurion (above) visited the United
States to officially inaugurate the State of Israel Inde-
pendence Bond drive which opened up new avenues of
investment capital for the economic development of the
new state. Two years before. Israel Foreign Minister
Moshe Sharett (at right) had witnessed the raising of his
country's flag at the United Nations after Israel, with the
Support of America, had been accepted as a member of
the world body. Today, just a few years after these mo-
mentous event, Israel is again in the forefront of world
affairs. Utilizing the proceeds from the Israel Bond Issue,
the new republic is achieving progress along the road to
economic stability. As Israel celebrates its fifth year of
existence. Israel Bond funds are helping the new country
to attain economic independence.
ural resources of our country',
pioneer our waste lands and press
forward our industrial progress.
We shall strengthen and consoli-
date our democratic regime built
on the firm foundations of human
freedom. And we shall stand to-
gether with all our might with
peace-loving and freedom-loving
nations of the world.
Arabs Are Advised To Ignore Order
gees. Israel ha> agreed, uail
ally, to release 1.000.000 poua*<
refugee assets.
The Jordan Government'. I
resulted from protests by
refugees who charged that M|
plications provided for the:
ing of stipulations releasing I
of further legal responsibility I
the funds. The refugees
charged that 19 percent of
funds had been taken.
LONDON (JTA) The Jordan
i Government has urged Palestine
I Arab refugees in Jordan territory
to stop filing applications for the
recovery of their funds blocked in
Israel, it was reported here from
the Old City of Jerusalem. It also
urged the British banks acting as
Israel's agents in this matter and
the United Nations Relief and
Works Agency to refuse to accept
any applications filed by the refu-
/
TWENTY-FOUR HOURS TO HELP CHANGE THE FACE OF ISRAEL is the theme of thi.
year's Jewish National Fund Flower Day drive scheduled for Tuesday eveLaTorn 21.?
and Wednesday.April 22nd. Some 150 volunteer, will cover the ti mEJ?b ~
according to Rabbi Mom. MeschelofL president of the JNF Council here. ShownZveT.
captains planning the intentive campaign for funds. Seated (left to riqht) are Abraham LfT
on. Ida Horowitz. Rabbi Mescheloff. Sam Shochno. Ida Bookspan and LdjJTtaS si?
deft to right) are Mrs. IW Perte.. Mis. Lillian Barris. Mrs. M^Seeman1*. Jo^nh S
r. Mr* Una Mintxe. and Rom Roeenb-g. Gil Rappaport youth le?de7L noTrScun'
WELCOMED TO MIAMI Moaha Sharett. te*^/j
Minister, is shown with Mrs. Sharett being welcomes
anii by Joe Chernex. national treasurer for Sta (
Bond* Sharett paused briefly at International f>iI^~L
to South America and in a statement urged the "
of pledge, for Israel Bonds.


APRIL 17," 1953
* ___ ^^
^y" V" nun
Zionism Here
he Coral Gables Zionist District
fhold a symposium on: Modem
Lrican Jewry Looks Back On*
Zionist Movement From Its
innings The symposium is
rfuled for Thursday evening, 8
at the Coral Gables Jewish
er-
oding to Morris Simon, pres-
rJewistfhrMian
PAGE 11 A
: 4fle ambalion..ol a monument
to the memory of the late Herbert
Hoberman formerly of 2906 SW
17U Street who uasswI *wajf as a-
result o( an,aceidtnt on May 28th
1952, will take place Sunday,'April
19th, 8 p.mat-Mt, Nebo Cemetery
with Rabbi S, T. Swirgky officiat-
ing. Mr. Hoberman is survived by
his wife Laura; his Barents. Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Hoberman; 4
i brothers, Max oi New Haven, Isi-
L 'hC gr."P r.iSL hnB'dQre <*: Hartford.. Morris and Louis
iumty-wide celebration hon; ^^ ol ^j. also 3 sisters Mrj
Israel's fifth anniversary of
endence on Sunday, enaninj,
, 19th, 8 p.m., at the Center,
affair will be held jointly
the District and the Intercol-
(e Zionist Federation of Amer-
Lkcrs will be Dr. Jay F. W.
ton, president of the Univer-
fof Miami, and Dr. Elissa
iner Eskol, graduate of the
lew University of Israel. Jo-
jPardo will present a musical
of the Jews in song.
-District jjames and card party
Cheduled for Sunday, April
[at the Zamora Jewish Center.
it Stockdale Speaks
ant Stockdale, Dade County
psiojicr from District 5. ap-
.J as guest speaker of the Mi-
ieach Apartment Association
Icial inciting yesterday in
Esther Applebaum of Brooklyn,
New York, Miss Ruth Hoberman of
N.Y. City, and Shirley Malavenda
of Miami.
Arrangements are. in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany. Friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
Perell Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Morris
Perell formerly of 4484 Royal
Palm Avenue, Miami Beach will
take place Sunday, April 19th, 1
p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with
Rabbi Meyer Abramowitz officiat-
ing. Mr. Perell is survived by his
wife Nellie, a son Bert, a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Rhea Gautz, 2 brothers,
Colman and Samuel and a sister,
Mrs. Dodlcson, also 3 grandchal-
dren.
Arrangements are in charge of
Shenkma n. Unvailiug
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the lata Mack
Shenkman, formerly of 2369 SW
17th -Tep-ace. will take place Sun-
day, April 19th, 3 p.m, Mt, Nebo
Cemetery, with Rabbi Max Sha-
piro officiating. Mr. Shenkman is
survived by his wife, Sarah, and
three sons, Bernard, Gerald and
Phillip. Arrangements ..are .in
charge of Thurmond Monument
Company. Friends and., relatives
are asked to attend.
IDcwid. WeRtfefOw. Dies
HAVANA David, Wertheim,
national co-chairman ol the Na-
tional Committee for .Labor. Israel
and director of the Latin Ameri-
can Department of the Israel His-
tadrut Campaign, died here last
Friday while on a mission for the
Histadrut, Israel's Labor Federa-
tion. Wertheim was stricken on
the way from the airport to ad-
' dress a Histadrut Third Seder din-
ner. He was 56.
Itzkowitz Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Fannie
Itzkowitz, formerly of 1134 Drexel
Avenue, will take place Sunday,
April 19th, 4 p.m., at Mt. Sinai
Park Cemetery, with Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff officiating. Mrs. Itz-
kowitz is survived by one daugh-
ter, Rose, and one brother, Abe
Markowitz, also two sisters, Jennie
and Sarah. Arrangements are in
charge of Thurmond Monument
Company. Friends and relatives
are asked to attend.
Club No. 1 Fetes Israel
A dinner was held last night by
the Pioneer Women, Club No. 1,
in celebration of the 5th anni-
versary of the establishment of Is-
rael at the Knesseth Israel Con-
gregation. Speaker was Rabbi
Rabbi Shapiro.
A J Con gross Chapter
Plans Election Meet
- Miami Chapter, American Jew-
ish Congress, i plans a n election
meeting for Wednesday, April
22nd, 1 p.m.,. at Howard Johnson's,
3237 SW 8th Street.
Mrs. Harold Drucker, chairman
of the Nominating Committee, will
present the. following slate of of-
fices:
The Mesdames William Sacker,
president; Harold Drucker, Rich-
ard Touby and Ceil Kasov, vice
presidents; Joseph Weisman, treas-
urer; Edward B Harris, financial
secretary; Sidney Efronson, re-
cording secretary.
The Mesdames William Vejans,
Rose Dushkin and A. I. Saltzman,
corresponding secretaries; and Jo-
seph M. Fine, honorary president.
F\\\
PURE
mrtscus Masonic Hall. Stock
Eliijcussed the needs of Miami Palmer's Miami Monumentt Corn-
el and the issues affecting the '
I apartment house owners.
Obituaries
LEO RUBIN
-iit, t. died on April
a local hospital, a resident
|h>r (he past elstb years, hi' is
iii- wife, Dorothy: two
..i .i and Max; ana two
t. ilii'- Mi>. Ida l.ippe. Of
. Ices were on April
at tin Miami Beach Uiverslde
II. with Interment on Mount
lOeiikt. >.
ROSE DALLETT
UM.'i Meridian Avenue, died on
JSth, In a local lilspltal. A resl-
Ihi-ri' f<>! thi- past nine years,
[survived by her husband, Jos-
00, Louis; two daughters,
Wey liarnva and Mrs. Pearly
I i brother* and two sisters,
ins were sent to Wilmington,
pre, for services and Interment
I Miami iteach Riverside.
DAVID CHARAK
Mi Day Drive, died on April
He is survived by his wife. 1)1-
Bervl.es were on April 9th, at
llaml Reach Riverside Chapel.
"Menu.nt ,,n Mount Sinai Ceme-
pany. Friends and Telativcs are
asked to attend.
Tashman Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Max
Tashman will take place Sunday,
April 19th. 3 p.m., at Mt. Nebo
Cemetery with Rabbi Morris Skop
officiating. Mr. Tashman is sur-
vived by 7 sons, Murry, Irving, Sol
and Michael of Miami Joseph and
Harry of Brooklyn, N.Y. and Her-
man of Rhode Island, also 13
grandchildren and 2 brothers. Ar-
rangements are in charge of Pal-
mer's Miami Monument Co.
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
Jewish Women Conduct
Leader Training Institute
Mrs. Irving Lehrman, president
of the Conference of the Jewish
Women's Organizations of Dade
and Broward Counties, announces
that the conference will hold its
second Leadership Training Insti-
] tute of the year on April 30th, at
the Miami Women's Club.
General chairman for the April
30th Leadership Training Institute
is Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. In charge
of arrangements is Mrs. Benjamin
Appel. Mrs. Irving Frankel is res-
ervation chairman.
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[HERMAN LUSTGARTEN
1321 SW tih Street, died last
IV \ billed furrier, he Is
l"l i> his wife, Sadye; and one
Rama Ins were sent to
"ik rit\ for service! and Inter-
[l>.v the Hellman Funeral Chap-
MORRIS WEINBERQ
1"|-1 West Bat Harbor Drive,
["> April th. a winter visitor
[ i are, he Is survived
Sadie; a brother, a
', i son .mil three grandsons
ni. ner. -.in to Detroit, Mloh-
|f"r services and burial l>\ th.
i m il Chapel
ABRAHAM CONSTANTIN
I -i ii pan Drive, died on April
.retired orchestra leader, he is
JKj by two daughters, Mrs. N.id-
Ijilnaml Mrs. tiall lllumenthul,
ff New Jersey. Remains were
to New York city for services
terment by the Beach Memorial
HYMAN COHEN
IjjMl Collins Avenue, died on
J'n A retired owner of retail
f-ores and a winter visitor here
le past nine years, he Is sur-
|by his wife, Sarah. Remains
ent to Buffalo, New York, for
M and interment by the Beach
pal Chapel.
Jackel Unveiling
A monument to the memory of
the late Dave Jacket formerly of
1502 Jefferson Avenue, Miami
Beach was unveiled Sunday, April
12th, 11:30 A.M. at Mt. Nebo Cem-
etery. Mr. Jacket is survived by
his wife, Henrietta, and a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Bessie Atinsky.
Arrangements were ill charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany.
Schwimmer Unveiling
A monument to the memory of
the late Phillip Schwimmer, for-
merly of 729 Michigan Avenue, Mi-
ami Beach, was held Sunday, April
12th at 2 p.m. in the Workmen's
Circle Plot of Mt. Sinai Memorial
Park Cemetery. Mr. Schwimmer ns
survived by his wife, Lillian, a
daughter Miss Eileen and one sis-
ter. Arrangements were in charge
of Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany.
r,cHARRY BRODSKY
[K2" su 75th Itoad. died Sun-
wn. i of a dry cleaning; estnb-
t. he came to Miami six years
Is survived by his wife, Hen-
and two .laughters. Mrs. Syl-
Ha nnd Mrs. Marporle Tobias. I
pai were -. t to New York City
"lees and interment by the I
Memorial Chapel.
I DORA WOLKOWSKY
l" Kuelld Avenue, died Friday
-ant a. (,eors;U. A resident here
past :',:; years, she Is survived
r husband, Joseph: a son. Or.
a.tu., brothers and four sls-
ibbi-wccs were on Monday at
ori.,,i h tiii.-i.l Chapel. Miami
JJ.Hi Interment on Mount Nebo
, .?ESSIE HOROWITZ
L *" l.ii. lid Avenue, died here
fL resident for the past 28
rwie Is survived by her husband.
.i son,, John Howard and
ari Howard; and a sister. 8erv-
K'' '" the Miami Beach Hiv.r-
jSKetw 'nUrment on Mounl
l?TH,?* OPTMR
rK.-. illlnoia, died suddenly at
l h survived Vy hla-ete-^
Optner. of Miami.
Brill Unveiling
A monument to the memory of
the late Max Brill formerly of Mi-
ami Beach was held April 12th at
3:30 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Memorial
Part Cemetery- Mr. Brill is sur-
vived by a brother and a sister.
Arrangements were in charge of
Palm's Miami Monument Com-
pany.
Goldstein Unveiling
The unveiling of a monument to
the memory of the late Mrs. Annie
Goldstein will-take place Sunday,
April 26th, 1 p.m., at Mt. Nebo
Cemetery. Mrs. Goldstein, a pion-
eer of Miami, passed away a year
ago. She is survived by her hus-
band, Charles Goldstein, a son,
William, and a daughter, Mrs. Isaac
Weinkle, all of Miami. She also
left five grandchildren. Rabbi Max
Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mam-
cbea will officiate. Friends and
UUvei are invited to b preaent.
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FLORIDA
FRIDAY. APRIL 17. 1953
SEC. B
\butz Movement In Crisis;
Open Camp Battles Reported
1!
Agency
LEPH SHERMAN i The falling off in recruitment
Kio'has suddenly faced the kibbutzim
Jewish Telegraphic
inc.) jwith internal problems. The ong-
Recent outbreaks J inal settlers are getting on in
years, their kibbutzim have lost
much of their youthful commun-
ity spirit, and many members
in
one northern kib-
a wave of expulsions in
Ihers are the most recent
of the crisis affecting
x movement It may sur-
L to hear of such a crisis;
[the kibbutzim are econ-
numerically stronger
tr before, and their
Ents sill lend themselves
Cation Yet the bitter
Hits and fights, the kib-
lilurc to keep pace with
i of other forms of agri-
i Israel and their inability
. seriously among Israeli
point to serious under-
tficulties.
when the state was
(kibbutzim accounted for
1 the Jewish agricultural
i and eight percent of the
jrish population of Pales-
fcce that time, the growth
Ration has left them be-
, account for less than
bent of the present yishuv
[than a quarter of the Jew-
lultural sector. During the
lur years, their overall
] has increased by some 25
[while cooperative and in-
farming villages have
In number during the same
butz, they were being expelled
wherever they showed themselves.
In Yad Hannah, a new kibbutz,
where Snehists were relatively
strong, they sent in reinforce-
ment from elsewhere to try their
ny spirit, ana many memoers ..,-..,
hanker after more family life, ihand at capturing the kibbutz. Kib-
privacy and comfort Instead of j butz Hamcuahd sent in its battle
huts or tents, the members want f squads, and the police had to in-
stone huts or prefabs with indoor |tervene, though there is little '
conveniences;
GOOD WISHES Mrs. Louis Glasser. who leaves for Israel
next week under the auspices of State of Israel Bonds, receives
a hearty handshake and good wishes from Joe Rose, chair-
man of the Greater Miami area for Israel Bonds. With them
are Sam Friedland and Judge Harold Spaet, chairman of the
Israel Redemption Month Campaign. ___________
Form Committee Chairmen Named
, the communal din-1
ing room, once the heart beat of
kibbutz social life, is increasingly
regarded as irksome; one sees
members collecting their food in
containers and taking it away to
eat en famille, collecting their tea,
jam and sugar to have tea in the
privacy of their home, something
contrary to the former spirit of
the kibbutz.
Ls Communal Living
If Israel youth is to be attracted
away from urban or individual
life, this process will certainly
further, and
doubt that Kibbutz Hamcuhad will
To Aid Ihilrh
A Jewish Committee has
succeed in carrying the day and formed t0 nelp victims of the
getting rid of open Snehists. Then
quiet will reign till the next split. J
The problem still has a long
way to run, and it is reasonable to
suppose that the kibbutzim will
weather the storm in the long run
as they have done in the past. Ev-
en if their present recruiting cam-
paigns are successful however, it
seems unlikely that they will ever
regain their old influence; though
they will always have many con-
tributions to make to Israel life in
been
re-
cent flood in Holland by Dr. Max
Dobrin, medical consultant at
Mount Sinai and Jackson Memo-
rial Hospitals.
Representing the Jewish com-
munity on the project are Rabbi
For Annual Meet
Mrs. Milton Sirkin, chairman of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion Annual Meeting, has an-
nounced appointments of commu-
nity leaders as chairmen of im-
portant working committees to di-
rect arrangements for the annual
Moses Mescheloff, president of the j affair.
Rabbinical Association of Greater! Mrs. Louis Makovsky has been
have to be carried iurtner, ana the way rf experiment, education
many members favor relaxation of curitv and absorption ol
communal living while retaining a
communal economy. They also
favor a grant of cash to members
to spend as they please, greater
expenditure on raising the mem-
bers' standards of living to urban
levels even at the expense of the
expansion of communal property.
The purists, of course, oppose
these trends bitterly, and these
differences have colored political
struggles inside the movements.
The growth in size and wealth of
s the kibbutzim has also raised the
or new blood. The war I problem of kibbutz dministrat.on
iftermath killed their main | and democracy, the powth of recruitment, Eastern new el.te concerned wth adminis-
tration and national politics at kib-
border security and absorption of
western pioneers.
libbutzim have always de-
largely on Zionist groups
Miami, Morris Klass, executive di-
rector of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, and Harry Simon-
hoff, Miami attorney.
According to Dr. Dobrin, the
committee's purpose is the solici-
tation of funds for the rehabilita-
tion of the stricken areas of Hol-
land after its major disaster suf-
fered early this year. "The Dutch
people have frequently offered
to the Jewish people in
Warsaw Ghetto Affair
The tenth anniversary of the
uprising in the Warsaw Ghetto will haven
be observed during a memorial'times of persecution. It is only fit
program sponsored by the Golden ting that in their time of distress
Age Friendship Club on Sunday V come to their aid, Dr. Dobrin
afternoon, 2:30 p.m., at the Town' said.
Branch of the Greater Miami Jew-j All contributions sent to the
Swirsky, of Congregation Beth El. I mittee. ____ ______________>______________,----------------
named chairman of the Arrange-
ments Committee, and Mrs. Aaron
Farr will head the Attendance
Committee. In charge of the Pro-
gram Committee will be Mrs. Syl-
via Chertkof, with Charles R. Ja-
cobson. Federation publicity di-
rector heading the Publicity Com-
mittee.
Additional appointments to the
Attendance Committee include:
j Mrs. Frances Miller, Mrs. Faye Ab-
'lin, Ehiel Lesowoder and Mrs.
'Frank Wellins. Mrs. Ed Green-
wood has been added to the Ar-
rangements Committee.
The dinner affair will be held
on Sunday evening, May 17th, at
while at the same time
large-scale immigration
who lacked a Zionist or
Ing background. Some took
ling as smallholders, most
Mnto the towns, but few
Jtraeted by kibbutz life with
pise emphasis on collectiv-
pisis of the kibbutzim may
as the problem of adjust-
i completely new conditions
about by the formation of
kte The kibbutz grew up
pie mandate to meet a spe-
of needs, a whole nexus
loyal ties and habits,
ested interests grew up
it acting as something of
on further development.
Mandate Regim*
on. as colonization meant
new territory surround-
hostile or potentially hostile
pillages under an unsympa-
I government determined to
the least it could in the
services, the kibbutz had
advantages over other
J of colonization. It was hel-
ped for the organization of
i defense and education, and
ptral budgeting, enabled it to
problems of initial develop-
Being an administrative as
an economic unit, it could
on from scratch in the mid-
nowhere. Its members'
and idealism were essential
eping them in isolated spots
' difficult and dangerous con-
fcs, away from the towns or
areas of continuous Jew-
Mtlement.
*y, however, most of the
able land has already been
over to continuous Jewish
hnent, while it is only on the
Bers that kibbutzim have a
role. Elsewhere, the
of security is borne by the
and police. There are many
essential tasks competing
the kibbutz for glamour,
le the individual fanner too
.feel that he is carrying out
Jduty to the state and people
Pll by farming on his own.
butz expense.
These differences have combin-
ed with national political divergen-
cies to create severe idological
splits. Since ideology is often the
force which keeps members in the
kibbutz loyal to it and ready to
accept its hardships, ideological
differences have a far more ex-
plosive effect than they do in more
"normal" communities. Ein Harod
and Yad Hanah, two of the best
known "kibbutzim divided against
themselves" epitomize these devel-
opments. Ein Harod was the lar-
gest, richest and oldest kibbutz of
the collective settlement group
which until two years ago was the
largest of the three labor kibbutz
federations. This group, Kibbutz
Hameuhad, had a majority of Map-
am supporters and a substantial
minority of Mapai members.
By 1950, friction between the
two groups made life almost im-
possible, and the kibbutzim began
to divide-up, minority groups leav-
ing and joining other kibbutzim
where their trend was in the ma-
jority. At Ein Harold, where Ma-
pai supporters had a slight major-
ity the kibbutz was to have been
divided into two, but the Mapam
refused to accept the settlement
terms handed down by the Hist*
drut Agricultural Council, the ac-
cepted arbiter in such questions.
So lor a year the two groups have
been living together like embattled
spouses waiting lor a divorce_
There have been two outbreaks
oi serious fighting when police
and ambulances had to be called
in. Valuable property has bee"
destroyed, work and MJ
have suffered, the young people
have been affected, and in severa
cases husbands and wives, parents
and children, have been ertranged
\e^ntP"battles at Yad Hannah
resulted from the split inside Map-
am itself when the Sneh Group
was expelled for attempting to jus-
tify the Prague trial. Since Sneh s
avowed supporter, did not succeed
in winning a majority in any kib-
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IY; PEPPER SPEAKS
SE LIVES
With nearly 400 key volunteer workers poised to launch the big-
gest community campaign for funds in behalf of the Combined Jewish
Appeal, the Miami Beach area will sponsor its kickoff breakfast on
Sunday. April 19th. 10 a.m., at the Empress Hotel.
A record turnout is expected to hear an address by Honorable
Claude Pepper, former United States Senator. Some 400 volunteers
will receive assignments for the -------------------------------------------
door-to-door campaign to raise Miami chairman, conducted a re-
funds for Israel and for people in port meeting on Monday. April
need everywhere. 113th, at Beth David Congregation
aSH'KBeaCh Chain Harold attended by approximately 50 vol-
Shap.ro has announced that a flood unteer workers. Saal reported that
fn th. n7^'n%a.re ^'nS re^ived amoun,s in of *1200 have
!l,ir?r,heCure,,er^T a,read-v bwn >* and that
2S? ,TCdera,,n He urgcd ,he: nearly 2.000 pledge cards are be-
EkJ7V l at,end ,he'ing worked b>' ,h< southwest area
aJ^L. volunteers. Contributions in the
According to a recent announce are>a totalled $13742 in 1952
SIS T "C- g0n,era! A mass mM>tinK and fund rais-
Sl^fE. i h fCarnpa,gn goa',f ing event was held last week at
FsSJfL? dttfln"elv '" ;Ight.";,he Hialeah-M.ami Springs Jewish
thpHm^-J- w~k"i"ted I Community Center, according to
under SSXT "T"? SS^! **" "^"^ fr0m Mrs Elias
Z IQ^T ,0 aCh'eVe j Rainbow and Kneapler. co-'
me idj goal. chairmen of the Hialeah area. Fol-!
n,U Pvila,re STUS anf Sig" l,,um8 an **" b> Rbbi Mor-
",?!Sae;'deont ln Europ* ay and rjs skop. of the Coral Gables Jew
ni tor r r ma" "1, ^ ^ C9MU' ^* W** "^^de in
?r a P^Phot to under- an unprecedented wave of unified,
stand \vh:,t [i going on l>ehind the support
Sf^'fefi! KanC POin,iuK l" Thcodore R"binson. president of
isfav 'a-" f JeW c'"""nded the cooperation and
h ,^ '7 h VUal CaUM Participation Phil-
for the Appeal Jewish Center, joined Robbwon In
,h, .hira breakfast is l!u. p,,(i,,e f ort
'bird in pru.
hrou h the Met-
ropolitan Division to secure 'dun-
i
9
Miami Beach Metropolitan Division leaders plan their kickoff breakfast for ^
19th. at the Empress Hotel. Some of the Combined Jewish Appeal Majors sho
Chairman Harold Shapiro (seated left) and Metropolitan chairman Harry Zuk mi
right) are: Irving Strauss, A. Budd Cutler, Frank Gordon, Irving Schatzman H
Isidor Cohen, Tobias Simon and Leonard Glasser. Sealer center is Irving Berntv,
.>lnti<*<>llo Lactic*
!rr in ,:uh ar,a "''Hold IEi.miiiatf<*
the county and to guarantee maxi-1K "*
mum contributions by all Jewish
resident-.
"I am appealing directly to each
Jewish resident on Miami Beach
to accept his share of responsibil-
ity in this critical campaign to save
lives," said Shapiro early this
week. These volunteer workers
Sale April l.h
The Ladies' Auxiliary of Congre-
gation Monticello Park will con-
duct a rummage sale on April 19th
through 21st at Shells Market.
Heading the committee in
charge of the project is Mrs. Leon-
ard Weiss, assisted by the Mes-
going forth to visit you in your, dames D. Abramowitz. E. Breg-
homes are on a mission of mercy man. N Feinberg, M. Hornstein,
and deserve to be welcomed." M. Lasser, H. Mellion and H. Pin-
Meanwhile, more than one-third | eus.
of the Metropolitan Division quota j A feature of the recent meeting
has now been achieved in behalf; of the Mollie Kahaner Auxiliary
of the Combined Jewish Appeal, it' was a discussion on the commun-
was announced early this week by ity's needs regarding elementary
Metropolitan Division Chairman schools in North Miami Beach led
Harry Zukernick. ; by Mrs Elnora Krueger. principal
Greatest preliminary- increases J of Fulford Elementary School
in contributions were announced
by Ben Clein. chairman of the
Flagler-Granada Metropolitan area,
which raised SI.500 in last years
campaign and has exceeded $2,000
in the current drive, with more
than 260 pledge cards stili being
worked by volunteers here
Irving Saal. southwest area w,
chairman, and M. J. Kopclowitz,
Plan CJA Party At
Westview Club For
Thursday Evening
Approximately 400 persons are
expected to attend the Combined
Ji wish Appeal Trades Division
cocktail party and show night on
Thursday evening, April 23rd, at
the Westview Country Club.
Trades Chairman Sam J. Hei-
man declared here this week that
the division reports to be submit-
ted on Thursday evening should
exceed S600.000 with a possibility
of eventually reaching the trades
goal before the campaign ia ended.
Named as hostesses at the din-
ner affair are the Mesdames Sam
J. Heiman, Harold Rand, Leo Ack-
crman. Sam Resnick and Sam
Weissel. Night club acts, enter-
tainment and music will be the
order of the evening, according to
the committee, and no campaign
problems or assignments will be
discussed.
Dance music will be provided by
Crusty Dry bread and Ms orches
tra. Assisting the hostesses with
plans for the evening will be a
committee of some 40 trades unit
chairmen representing many in-
dustries, professions and business-
es.
tllS-F
Memorial For Six Million
Simon Seiden will present a spe-
cial memorial dedication to the
memory of the six million martyrs
killed in Europe on his radio pro-
gram. Jewish Forum of the Air,
Sunday, 10 a.m., over station
Journal 1tm <>n
f# Awarded
Fifth anual donor luncheon of
Tamara Chapter, Mizrachi Women,
was held on Tuesday at Gross-
ingers Pancoast Hotel.
The occasion celebrated the pub-
lication of the Fourth Annual Don-
or Journal.
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, hostess,
presented special awards to the
Journal Queen, Miss Lillian Bog-
dan, and to the ladies-in-waiting,
the Mesdames Irving Levy, Israel
Slotsky. Max Sternstein, Israel Vul-
ish. Sidney S. Margulies, Abraham
Barian. Jack Kane, Sam Herman
and Betty Snyder.
Mrs. Emanuel Karger, regional
director, addressed the group and
awarded certificates of merit to
the highest fund raising members.
Guest speaker for the event was
Rabbi Morris A. Skop. Israeli
songs were sung by Cantor Maur-
ice Mamches.
Coral Gables Metropolitan Division of the Combined!,
Appeal starts its door-to-door campaign with a bieakfoll
at the Colony Restaurant Shown greeting principal i
Judge George E. Holt (center) are (left tc right) Sam ...
Coral Gables chairman; Harry Zukernick, Metropolitan(
man; and Morris Simon and Max Friedson, majors.
Our UN Newsletter
Shown planning the Combined Jewish Appeal door-io-door
campaign in the Hialeah-Miami Springs area are community
leaders representing more than 500 families. Seated (left to
right) are Rabbi Morris Skop. of the Coral Gables Jewish
Center; Mrs. Elias Rainbow, co-chairman of the Metropolitan
Division; and Reverend Leo Heim, of the Hialeah-Miami
Springs Jewish Center. Standing rear (left to right) are Mrs
John Strumn; Jack Kirschbaum. president of the Flamingo
Lodge, B nai B nth; Phillip Gouz. president of the Hialeah-
Miami Springs Jewish Center; Mrs. Theodore Robinson, presi-
dent of the Flamingo Women's Chapter. B'nai B'rith; and WU
1'Y1"' a>chainaa^ <* ** CJA. The campaiqn is onlv
Tevn Ago tiroup
Of CJA Mmmtm
On Oanvorama
The Teen Age Group of the
onbined Jewish Appeal met to
discuss plans for a Greater Miami
Dancerama on Saturday night
i April 25th. in order to encourage
participation by youth here in the
current CJA drive.
Hcpresentatives of more than 40
i youth organizations in Dade Coun-
ty attended the meeting Emanuel
,Tropp. activities director of the
: Greater Miami Jewish Community
, Center, is coordinator of the Teen
Age Division.
George Lefcoe has been selected
I chairman of the youth group as-
sisted by Row Marie Strauss,' km- I
rcfa-;-.
By ARTHUR LEWIS
(Copyright, 19S3, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Int.)
UNITED NATIONSNow that we have got over four finU
ment at the Soviet peace movies, and I can say that the oki
flabbergasted observers at the United Nations more than ajj
was the release of the Jewish doctors and the repudiation of tki
Kremlin murder plot, there is speculation here on whether H
sians will resume relations with Israel.
This is considered to be well within the beundi of ,_
at it is pointed out that Hie Soviet Government his not i
repaired a miscarriage of justice but has actually revertedi|
The whole tenor ef reports from Moscow indicate this. Mm
press has been lambasting the wretched members of H'_
Policy who must have been just carrying out orders not on
fabricating evidence and making false charges but, *s Pritai
it, for preaching race hatred and scorn.
Some of the diplomats here are asserting that this Soviet
without precedent in history, that never before has a dku
reversed its policy, as the Russians would seem to have revere!
anti-Jewish policy, without a revolution. Such a view wouldH
be an exaggeration, for there was the Hitler-Stalin Pact of 1
was as much a reversal of policy as the present repudiation
charges against the doctors, although of a different nature
b no denying that it is an amazing move.
However, it is noted here that, from the very beginning, *j
Government seemed to be a bit Jittery about its anti-Jewish am
It must have realized the ill effects it was having not only in *
but in the Western Communist Parties. There were efforts
balance this anti-Semitism by honors bestowed on certain"
Jews, but apparently the policy as such could not be chanl*
after the death of Stalin.
Soil
Israeli delegates here tend to treat this Soviet move ~
greatest caution; they say that the charges against the Jew*
were not made in isolation, that they were part of the socaW"
national Jewish Conspiracy and that their exoneration while wj
does not mean the end of the issue. They also point t j* "J
Jews, including Israeli citizens, are still being held in jails a
Slovakia for complicity in this alleged plot.
When Israeli Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett pd
I New York on his way to Washington, there were rumors i
i would see Andrei Vishinsky, the former Soviet Foreign*"' j
now permanent representative at the United Nations. How m
Sharett denied any such intention; he explained that it
Soviet Union to make the first move. The Israeli For*" -
had conversations with leading American officials, *lu "JJ
dent Eisenhower and Secretary of State Dulles, and ""Jaf1
granted that one of the subjects-discussed was the quo*"*1
Israel relations.
The Israeli Government has gone as far as it can in ]
the dignity of a nation, to indicate that it would luxe '"^^j
normal state of affairs with the Soviet Union; I^"*d &J
Gurion himself has said that there is hope for |**V1I||
relations now No more than this can be done in w2Za da*n
here. It is up to the Rusaians. and if they want 'j^Z.mim
relations they wont wait for any hints or come-ons to m


rhood Council Will Hold Elections
n 0f permanent M}?e
workshop program will be
la of the day when the
ffora luncheon session_on
Jewish Sisterhoods
luncheo
lL. April 22nd, at the Tro-
cadero Restaurant.
Mrs. Simon April, temporary
president, will preside at the gath-
ering of presidents and represen-
tatives of the seven affiliated
groups. The Council is a chapter
of the Women's Branch of the
Union of Orthodox Jewish Congre-
gations of America and will func-
tion under the auspices of the na-
tional unit. It was organized at a
meeting in February.
Sisterhood of Congregation Beth
Jacob will be responsible for the
program. The application of ma-
terial sent by the national office
are the Sisterhoods of the Miami
Hebrew School and Congregation,
Beth El Congregation, Beth Tfilah
will be highlighted. A skit, with I Congregation, Knesseth Israel
tunes based on melodies from
South Pacific, will be presented.
Affiliated groups of the Council
Congregation, Hebrew Academy,
Young Israel of Miami Beach and
Congregation Beth Jacob.



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Saluting Israel's
five years of freedom
They could be your own neighborhood kids,
healthy, happy, carefree. Actually, they're
typical kids of Israel. And they really have
something to rom? about-rheir country's
fifth birthday, April 20th.
There's cause for you to celebrate, too.
For through your support of the United
Jewish Appeal you helped Israel '-ocome a
stronghold of freedom in a critical area.
Partly because of you these kids are
growing up in a land with free elections,
fair courts, free education, a free press,
freedom of worship and freedom from fear.
In five years, Israel has made amazing
progress in the face of a staggering array of
problems-the influx of 755,000 homeless
refugees-the need for new cities, settle-
ments, industry and to expand agriculture.
But Israel's difficulties are far from
ended. Some 240,000 newcomers still live
in shacks and huts. Vast projects of absorp-
tion, land development and irrigation re-
main to be carried out. Above all, Israel's
gates must remain wide open to all who
can come.
On this fifth anniversary of Israel's free-
dom, then, resolve to help as never before.
For freedoms sake-to keep the gates open
-give to the United Jewish Appeal. Give
through your communitu campaign-today.
Because Lives Depend on Us
United Jewish APPeal
Must Raise $144,524,250 in 1953
o behalf of United Iel Appeal Joint Dilution Co.mit.ee United Service for New American,
IN 1953, THE U J A MUST:
Help meet 0M needs of Jewish refu-
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Jorge Bolet To Perform Rachmaninoff
Concerto On Sunday, Monday Evenings
The Concerto No. 3 for Piano
and Orchestra. Opus 30, by Sergei
Rachmaninoff will be performed
by Jorge Bolet when he appears
with the University of Miami Sym-
phony Orchestra under the baton
of John Bitter on Sunday and
-Monday evenings at the Miami
Beach and Dade County Auditor-
iums.
The orchestra will be heard in
the Overture to a Shakespeare
Comedy. Opus 23. by Paul Sch-
wartz. The work is being per-
formed in recognition of the Uni
versity of Miami Shakespeare Fes
tival currently in progress. The
overture is based on incidentaal
music written originally for a pro-
duction of the Taming Of The
Shrew at Kenyon College. Gam
bier. Ohio, where Mr Schwartz is
chairman of the Department of
Music.
In 1950. the overture won the
Richard Oppenheim Memorial
Award sponsored by the Canton.
Ohio Symphony Orchestra
Other works to be conducted by
Mr. Bitter include Franz Schu-
bert's Symphony No 5 in B-flat
major and Peter Tchaikovsky's
Romeo and Juliet Overture.
The spectacular career of Mr
Bolet has reached new heights in
the past few seasons. Not only is.
he a widely heard recitalist and
now known in practically even
music center throughout the Unit
ed States and Canada, but he has
become a favorite orchestral solo
ist with nearly every major sym-
phony on this side of the Atlantic
"One of the season's most spec-
tacular concerto readings" was the
reaction of the metropolitan press
after his debut with the New York
Philharmonic Symphony under
Dimitri Mitropoulos. and during
that same season he made equally
successful first appearances with
The
Congregation
Ml
meet T
ne*y. April 22m T *
week by ft M
M? "onieiii/|M.j*r - > II,
'" Special oieu a. U,*J
LE0 ALLEN ni
M5 ** litii a**\
Pictured in Israel at a recent Torah VaAvodah Convention are
(left to right) Yitschok Raphael. Dr. J. Burg, M. Kurtz, Moshe
Goldstein and Rabbi Isaac HaLevy Herzog as the 1953 quota
for 50 new colonies in the Jewish State was adopted. Local
representative for the organization is Rabbi Samuel S. Siegel.
Discusses The Ozarks
Dr N. S Hanoka. who has rec-
ently returned from Buffalo. Mis-
souri, will be the guest speaker to-
morrow. 3 p.m.. at the Spinoza
Outdoor Forum on the lawn of
the home of Dr. Abraham Wolf-1
son. 11th Street and Ocean Court.
Miami Beach Dr. Hanoka will'
.-peak on: My Four Years With
The Missouri Ozarks. Irving
Strauss will preside.
the Philadelphia Orchestra and
the Boston Symphony at Tangle-
wood.
In addition to past engagements '
and reengagements with the or-
chestras of Chicago. Pittsburgh.
Cleveland, Minneapolis. Washing
ton. New Orleans. Dallas. San An-
tOBio and many others. Mr. Bolet
now adds to this impressive list his
first appearances with the San
Francisco Symphony during the
present season.
Flajgler Women
Plan Lunch
The Women's Group of the
Flagler Granada Jewish Commu-
nity Center held a monthly Board
meeting at the Center on Tues-
day afternoon.
Mrs. Jesse Freed, newly elected
vice president, was in charge.
Plans were completed for a
monthly luncheon to be held on
April 28th. at 12:30 p.m. Mrs.
Leon Bernard, chairman, will be
assisted by the Mesdames Aaron
Rothman. Jack Cohen and Walter
Stewart.
The annual Donor Luncheon will
be held at the Dixie Belle Inn, on
April 21st, at 12:30 p.m.. with
Mrs. Sidney Raskin as chairman.
Gables Young Adults
The Young Adult Group of the
Coral Gables Jewish Center will
meet on Wednesday evening, April
22nd, 8:30 p.m. The program will
include the appearance of surprise
personalities. The group is also
sponsoring a Just Because Dance
on Sunday evening, April 19th, at
the Sea Gull Hotel.
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Levenson MOMPlwt|WWWPifiw
lount Sinai, Oroviti Announces
f H president of the "the need for additional x-ray
' equipment has been keenly felt.
This gift will enable Mount Sinai
to be of greater community serv-
ice."
I, trustees of Mount Sinai
announced last week the
ktion of a
$20,000 gift to
from Jacob Sher and
Snson. president and vice
respectively, of the
ler Kennel Club.
ft will be used for the
.""of the most recently per-
'rav equipment," Oroviti
that patients at Mount
pital may have available
the most accurate type
cally possible." He pointed
,t the hospital's x-ray de-
t made 8.612 examinations
952. and used over 23,0000
our constantly increasing
load," Orovitz explained.
Mescheloff To
On Program
Moses Mescheloff, presi-
the Jewish National Fund
here, will speak on the
of the fifth anniversary
fl independence Day, on the
chechter Radio Hour, Sun-
noon, over station WMBM.
Mescheloff will describe
teasing share that world
las in the new state through
chase of Jewish National
and and its development.
br Aaron Weingarten, a na-
Israel and now cantor of
Mtion Beth Jacob, will ren-
fumber of selections.
The new x-ray machine will con-
tain such modern features as a "to-
mograph" which will enable physi-
cians to make film at a specific
depth within a person's body, ac-l
cording to Dr. Alfred G. Levin, I
director of thee hospital's X-Ray
Department. It will also be equip-
ped with photo-electric timers
which automatically* expose the
film for the proper length of time,
thus eliminating the possibility of
error on the part of the techni-
cian.
The machine will also be of the
latest design, with the x-ray tube
suspended from the ceiling. The
functional design enables the tech-
nician to work with greater ease
and swiftness. An additional fea-
ture of the new equipment will be
a spot-film attachment which will
enable physicians to make "spot
x-rays" in conjunction with the
use of fluroscopy.
The unusually high speed of the
new equipment will permit better
examination of infants and of mov-
ing parts of the body, such as
lungs, heart and stomach. Expos-
ure times as short as one-sixtieth
of a second will be made possible,
according to Dr. Levin.
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Pine .Opens* Offices
Louis Fine, certified public ac-
countant, announces the opening
of his office for the general prac-
tice of accounting at 1739 SW 8th
Street.
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Shown above signing a $20,000 check as a gift to Mount
Sinai Hospital is S. C. Levenson, vice president of the West
Flagler Kennel Club. The contribution, jointly presented by
Levenson and Jacob Sher, West Flagler president, will be
used to purchase additional x-ray equipment for the hospital.
Looking on are Samuel Gertner, executive director of Mount
Sinai, Sher and Max Orovitz, hospital president.
\ Director Dies
kLewis Neikrug, 53, over-'
Wctor of HIAS. the Hebrew
hnt Aid Society, for the
ien years, died in the Amer-
jospital h?re on April 8th,
Jhe had been confined for
It two months for treatment
kbdominal ailment.
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A unique program which com-
bines human relations and nursing
education" is being conducted at
the Mount Sinai Hospital's School
of Practical Nursing, it has been
announced by Gilbert J. Balkin,
Anti-Defamation League, and Miss
Frieda Lebensbaum, director of
the School.
Taught by Mrs. Carmen F. Ross,
RN, MA, and assisted by Miss
Joyce S. Zimmerman, Educational
Service director of the League, the
course in practical nursing makes
use of a wide variety of ADL ma-
terials on building good human
relations.
The films used are incorporated
into the nursing courses. The High
Wall is used in Pediatric Nursing.
The Toymaker shows the similar-
ity between all peoples. The Ru-
mor Clinic emphasizes that rumors
can be harmful.
Also utilizing ADL materials,
Mrs. Ross teaches a course in In-
terpersonal Relationships which is
attended by some 20 graduate, reg-
istered, professional nurses. She is
assisted by Miss Zimmerman.
Rabbi Kronish Discusses
Liberal Judaism Sunday
Harold Shapiro, commentator on
the radio program, Meet Your
Neighbor, special feature of the
Yiddish Classical Hour, has in-
vited Rabbi Leon Kronish, spirit-
ual leader of Temple Beth Sholom,
as his guest on Sunday, April 19th,
8:15 p.m., over station WINZ. In
connection with the 80th birthday
of the Liberal Judaism movement,
Rabbi Kronish will discuss Liberal
Judaism Forges Ahead.
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PAGECB
* k*1 Phillip Berkewitz
Head* Beth El
Congregation Beth El has turned
I i- a KM :
at 82 t.ection meeting held
eek
ar officers are Xu R Sil-
nt Max Rap-
- >rt. 2nd vjce president Saw
3rd nee president Jac
I treasurer Atari Zav
Leo Os-
kne^: secretary and Israel
" '-g atiatiar*
B-jard c. .r-__. tck
I dney Palmer Harry pearl

San: Siege! and
Beth Jacob Women
To See Musicale
I the Beth Jacob
ri*|w _: ee a musical
** tics baaed oe tb* hit
- ;. :.. .
meeting an Tuesday eve:
-: Yes
tb* Mesdarr- 5ho-
-ijrley B- t_* Rob-
Mrs Moses Meschelofi. program
The dir".- at Passover
families sill be
rep Mrs Louis presadem A ne fund raising
then be selected by
membership.
Mr* Starr, b^spitabtv
chairman will serve refreshments
Memorial For
Warsaw Ghetto
The Woctsw't Circle Branches
92 and MM. the Womens Club
the V L Peretx School and the
ate the Warsaw Ghetto uaruung on
Sanaa; April IRk. p.nv. at the
Lyceum 25 Washington Avenue
"This date will mart 10 years
smee the heroic group of Gbetto
protest
- -
perpetrated by
the Nazi*' acnxrdmt tr> linh
Dunuw H orkmer r "ire* d:-~
ok*-.' "This aw a: s time
set Hitier* twain were eerupy
Bf ahnaat all of Ft apt and were
spreadaug vmonowsly toward the
Caucasus in Kansas The andacity
"- i" saajanl _:- aj -ai:rn- :rv
The BMsaonal evening a: the Ly
ceum win consist of the readmt
of a dramatic script compiled r
Duntor who will be one of tn*
narrators Five other narrators in-
clude Morris Gieiberman. a form
er teacher and now representative
of the Yiddish Scientific Institute
Chana and Louis Lasavm teacher
and principal of the Y L Perec
Schools respectively. Norma K
a pupil of the Perett School and
Hadassar Rosenkranx. survivor of
the Anschuiu Camp
A choral group of the Fnfhab
Speaking Branch No 1050 will
render ghetto songs
Coral Gables B'nai
B nth Women Plan
Election, Luncheon
B'nai B ruh W omen of Cora]
Gabies will hold aa election of of-
ficers ob Tuesday. April 21st 8 30
p.m.. at the Coral Gables Jewish
Center.
Mrs Leo Past, in char? e of ar- -
rangssf nts. will report on plans for
the officer installation.
The chanter is also planning a.
Smoi^as^K^ro lor Tuesday. April'
38th. 12.30 p.m.. at the Coral Gab-
Women Club Mrs. Allan
Dumiteia it chairman of the af-


AJCongress Women Hold
Wise Center Luncheon
American Jewish Congress
r.cheon for the Louise
Watermar Wise Youth Center id
Israe. a: the Sax Soua Hotel on
Wednesday Hostesses were Mrs
Harry Koretssky and Mrs Harry
t
4
Zrrmora Drag Dance
A Stag and Drag Dance will be
held by children of the Zamora
liana Center Hebrew School on
Saturday evening The danoe mill
he under the auspices of the He-
brew School P7A. according to an
announcement by Bernhardt Ches-
mar president
The Clover Club on Biscoyne Boulevard wil be ft. J
Beth David Sisterhood s Annual Donor Luncheon on^Wel
day. April 22nd. art 12:30 pan. Shown above 3e ieftjl
the Mesdames Max Shapiro. Harry August and Lwj
membera of the committee in charge. Not shown is Mr, l
Handshu. Lillian Roth will entertain guests
Cream Of Tomato Soup Livens Dairy
Meals; Heinz Boosts Spanish Rice Flavor
V Buauaujl :i~ aaaj
ket and certainly one of the han-
diest when it comes to preparing
dairy meals is cream of "rnrtfr
soup
This Htmlis nth biend of rich
thick country cream and red-npe
toanatoesa meal la itselfeasily
wahses as a sauce for fish, eggs or
vegetables Expertly spiced, it
makes a flavored binder for cas-
aeroles and oven dishes.
One tempting dairy meal made
Rice Rice is boiled to just the
"** degree of tenderness, thee
condensed cream of tomato soup,
diluated slightly w:th water and
seasoned with onion and green
pepper, is mixed in lightly but
well Here s the complete recipe
Serve Spanish Rice with a salad of
tossed greens
Spanish Rice
2 3 cup uncooked nee. washed
i 4 cup chopped onion
14 cup chopped green pepper
2 labsesspoons vegetable short-
er..:.,:
1 11-ounce can Heinz Condensed
Cream of Totamo Soup, undiluted
2 3 cup water
1 teaspoon salt
1 8 teaspoon pepper
Cook rice in boiling, salted wa-
ter until tender about 20 min-
utes' Dram and rinse Saute.
onion and green pepper in short
ening untU tender Add remaining
-edients and nee Bake in a
l^i quart greased casserole in a
350 deg F wen (moderate I for 30
minute* or until b'A If desired.
nee may be baked in individual
casseroles for 20 minutes Makes
5 to 6 servings.
Base at 350 deg. F. for 15 to 25
mnutes or until eggs are baked as
desired Makes 5 semngs.
T.-.e Honorable Moshe Row-
er, Secretary-Genera: of Is-
rael s Knesset who served al-
so as the Chief Parliamen-
:~y Omcer of the Council
of State which proclaimed
the establishment of the new
Jewish Stcte almost five
years ago. has arrived in this
country lor c coasvto-coast
tour of major American com-
munities participating in the
United Jewish Appeal's 1953
mufti ii i wide campaign. Mr.
Rosetti who orgamzed the in-
auguration of Israels first
President the kite Dr. Cbaim
Weizmann, has served since
1348 as director, chief parlia-
nTsshniiiii and counsellor of
Israri'n freely-elected lop leg-
islativw body.
Eggs take well to a sauce of
cfa racy tomato. Enliven the
P with saute ed onn and green
pepper, pour it into individual cas-
seroles and break an egg in each
Bake till the eggs are to vour
liking, probably for 15 to 25 min
utes
Tom** EM Casserole
2 medium onions, sliced
2 tablespoons chopped green
paper
2 tablespoons butter or mar-
garine
1 11-ounce can Heinz Condensed
Cream of Tomato Soup, undiluted
5 eggs
Salt and pepper
Heat oven to 350 deg. F.< moder- i
ate>. Same, onions and pepper in
butter until tender. Add soup
Pour into 5 greased sodKidual cas-
1 egg into each:
with salt and pepper.,
Eggplant has an elusive flavor
one of the most subtle aroonc veg-
etables The French and Italians
k? !! i"**0* WIth a ^utifullv
olended tomato saurce. an Amer-
ican adaption of wh;ch i< g:Ver.
below Thi> can mtO) hll the role
of main dish
Brild Eosplant With
Tomato Sauce
1 large eggplant
Salt and pepper
3 tablesspoons salad oil
1 cup sliced onions
2 tablespoons salad oil
1 11-ounce can Heinx Condensed
i ream of Tomato Soup, undiluted
I 2 teaspoon salt
3 leaves dried sweet basil
1 teaspoon Heuu Cider Vinegar
Peel and cut eggplant into 1 2
L^s^T PUc*on *' P
and brush one side wsfh salad oil
JPnnkle with sal, Md pepper
browned about 7 nunutes Turn
hrow!i 2!tea6eT Md 35
browned, about 7 minutes.
Prepare sauce by sauteing'
onions m 2 tablespoon, salad oH
IJT Add ^P "' basil,
and vinegar and simmer 10 nun-
U. Pour sauce over eggpUm md
sc~e with grated cheese M,keT
sen-ings. ^e |
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)Ay, APRIL 17, 1953
r Jge Frank Makes Bid For Beach
Eouncil Race Scheduled June 22nd
(Judge Bernard A. Frank this
ek qualiiied as a candidate for
flection lo the Miami Beach City
buncil on June 2nd.
[prank was elected to a two-year
uncil terms in 1951. Daring his
5t term in office, his supporters
Idicate that he has been active
! spearheading the following mu-
gcipai projects which have been
Coved by the Beach Council
[d are now in the process of com-
Ljon: South Beach Pier Park,
L], streel Municipal Auditorium,
lamirv." Park Swimming Pool and
Li), Beach Community Center.
Budge Frank, who was born in
(ami. was graduated from Miami
fcach High School in 1933, and
University of Miami Law
[hool in 1938. His law practice,
irtcd m 1938. was interrupted in
fa. when he entered the Army [ail!41' Present *t
,a private He served four years, ZJ^T Zm ZV
king to the rank of captain. He \ OTf ICCr Suite
(discharged in 1948, and re-j The Flagler Granada Jewish
lined his law practice on Miami Community Center presented a
*bn>i*l,nnrirnn*i
PAGE 7B
Ivia* Bernard frank
each.
(He was appointed Municipal
Urt Judge in June, 1948, and
re-appointed for a two-year
km in 1949.
B*st year, Judge Frank received
L Good Government Award from
[ Miami Beach and US Cham-
ps of Commerce for "initiative
p' courage" on behalf of good
Ivernment.
jAn active civic and fraternal
Lb worker. Frank is a member
M director of Congregation Beth
bcob He is a'.so affiliated with
nerican Legion Miami Beach
lost 85. Veterans of Foreign Wars,
Kami Beach Post, Jewish War
leteraii-. Kxchange Club of Miami
|each. Zionist Organization of
tmerica, Gold Menorah B'nai
frith. Miami Beach, Dade County
slate of officers for the coming
year at a special meeting last
night.
The following members have
been nominated for office: Presi-
dent, Irving Lax; vice president,
Ed Peyser and Samuel Kirschner;
treasurer, Hy Coverman; financial
secretary, Morton Elterman; re-
cording secretary, Mrs. Harry
Hirsch; and corresponding secre-
tary, Mrs. Isadora Burak.
Listed for the office of Board
member for one year were Charles
Adelman, I,eon Bernard, Michael
Antin, Mrs. Charles Blau, Jack Co-
hen, Al Constantin, Paul Draizar,
Mrs. Jesse Freed, Mrs. George
Gittelson, Henry Gordon, Sam Hol-
lander, B. Logue.
Joseph Masters, Edward Moore.
liami Beach Chamber of Com-
Icrce.
d Florida Bar Associations and Leo Rothstein. Mrs. Walter Stew-
art, Sidney Stiller, Robert Tauber,
Al Ziegler, Mrs. Sidney Stiller,
Morton Lebar, Harry Zide, Ralph
Lang, Aaron Shapiro, Alfred Der-
mer, Jack Shaw, Harold Strumpf
and Harry Burak.
Plans have been made for an
installation banquet to be held at
26th
[el Yehuda Now
taking Applications
Applications are now being ac-
kpted for Gamp Tel Yehudah, the
Ltional Young Judaea leadership ^e, Colony Restaurant on April
piniru camp, according to Harry
Sonz. chairman of the Zionist
|outh Commission, joint educa-
onal youth agency of Hadassah
tad the ZOA.
Camp Tel Yehudah is open to
pys and girls ages 14 to 17 and
run or. two one-month sessions.
he camp will be based on the
ftmng Judaea four-fold program
group activities, Jewish living, |(g
onism and Israel and American
L'fairs Campers are chosen on a I
elective basis, Sonz said.
; A camper must have an inter-
kt in the American Jewish way of
Jfe." he explained, "since Camp
Id Yehudah is a pioneering ven-
ire in Jewish creative camping
a coeducational basis. It offers
ung people an opportunity to
prect their energies, abilities and
pien-ts along Jewish lines, in the
Imosph.ie of cultural Zionism.
he camp program blends the best
foduct- of the American Jewish
immunity of Israel and of Amer-
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Announce Play
Writing Contest
A one-act play writing contest,
under the sponsorship of the Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jews, is offering $175 in award
money.
Dr. J. R. Cunningham, state di-
rector of the Florida Regional of-
fice of the Conference, announces
that the terms of the contest limit
the theme of the plays to the field
of human relations.
Fred Routh, chairman of the
University of Miami Human Rela-
tions Department, explains that
the plays may have themes cover-
ing the problems of inter-racial re-
lations, reactions to prejudice and
discrimination, problems of inte-
gration, social and economic prob-
lems and inter-fairth relations.
Named the Bowman F. Ashe
playwrighting award, the contest
closes May 31st. Judges for the
contest are Ralph Renick, of
WTVJ, Betty Borin, of Miami Sen-
ior High School, Routh and Sam
Hirsch and Dr. Charles W. Phil-
hour, both Drama professors at the
University.
American Women
finder Scrutiny
What Is Wrong With The Amer-
ican Female, will be the topic of
a panel discussion presented by
the Adult Social Group of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center, Town Branch, on Wednes-
day, April 22nd at 8:30 p.m.
Various points of view will be
presented by Leonard Wirkus, of
the University of Miami, and Fred
Nesbitt and Jack Fils, attorneys.
Moderator for the discussion will
be William Schlessinger. A ques-
tion and answer period will follow
the panelists' presentation. Chair-
man of the program is Mrs. Zelda
Rose.
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Completion of a giant breakwater marked the close of the
first stage in the Kishon Development Project at Haifa, Israel,
a bond-financed undertaking which will provide harbor space
for smaller merchant vessels transporting Israel's growing
cargoes to waiting worldwide markets. When fully complet.
ed, the Kishon project is also intended to stimulate the cre-
ation of new industries bordering the harbor areas, a short
step to waiting freighters and export. Made possible with the
assistance of a $3,220,000 appropriation from State of Israel
Bond investments, the key Kishon project is one of a series of
basic undertakings launched by the Israel Government with
the aid of bond monies.
The MAttte Hirer Mtaptist Church
495 N.W. 77th STREET
in cooperation with Southern Baptist
JEWISH FELLOWSHIP WEEK
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THIS SUNDAY NIGHT AT 7:45
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HELIGIOUS DIRECTOTHH
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Saturday morning services are at 9
will hold Friday evening servicesj a.m. Rabbi Alexander Gross will
at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning officiate and speak on the topic:
Moses Mescheloff will officiate and j
discuss: Israeli Independence. Jun-j
ior Congregation services are at 9
a.m., under the direction of Ben-
jamin Kaminetzky. Mincha will be
at 6:30 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seudos. Guest speaker will be Rab-
bi Eli Berger, of Chicago, Illinois.
Daily services are at 7 and 6 a.m.,
and at 6:30 p.m.
The Leper's CureWaters Of The
! Jordan. An Oneg Shabbat for chil-
*Jmist ncrkHan
"ltw.
dren is scheduled at 3:30 p.m..
1 sponsored by the Hebrew Acad-
emy Women's Organization and
under the supervision of Mrs.
Alexander Gross. Mincha is at 6 cirmiOsfctoV Rabbi llorrto Ukop, l.n>-
followed bv Shalos Seudos "' -" '' '''' Av- '" C-Mv
Synagogue Directory
Agudath IsraelKnl'i r. Or-
thodox, 78111 St. Miami Beach.
Beth David H.iI'M Max Shapiro,
Conservative, M!S SW 3rd Av*..
Miami.
Deth El Pr Slim.u yahu Swlrsky. Or-
thodox, 500 s\V 17th Ax '
Beth Jacob K.ihbl Moses ataarheloff,
Orth" w.i-li Av.. M B
Beth Sholom Rabbi Leon Krottlan,
Liberal, mi Ckaaa Ave.. m B
Beth Tfiiah Rabbi Joaeptl Rackov-
-K Orthodox, 'Jii Euclid Ace.. Mi-
ami li<>a>>h
p.m.. iuiiuv.ru uv onaius o-uu. Downjown Synaoogu, rjrthbddk. II
Daily services are at 7:30 a.m.. and \\v trd \\. Miami
at 6:30 p.m. "Jfl.mir*nad' "" *** '
I Hebrew Academy Rabbi A'exander
a roe*. Orthodox. :-is 6th St.. MB.
BETH EL CONGREGATION will H.aleah.M.arm Spring. Reverend
,,,.., .. I..-u II.-uu i : 'l E 4'ii
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE hold Fr,day evening sen ices at f Av( .,,,..,,,
will hold late Fridav evening serv- ?ndown. Saturday rmng je^i^^^^r "''"'' '"
ices at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Max J '<*s are *< :3? m wh,on*abbl ''' Center Rabbi
Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mam Shm.rj-.hu Sw.rsky will discuss ***..?
c
the ~
tion of Mrs. Jack Donnerstag. Sub- 'ow<-d bv .Mincha, a< 6 &***
ject of Rabbi Shapiro's discourse Seudos W,U conclude the Sabbath
Ter.. Miami
At'- ih.un
IM SW :th
i-hes officiating and assisted hv the W*''ly Portion. A class in Tal- j Kneaeth' i.raei Rabbi Abraham Caa-
fhTe^ aD*B "" BB "*
is scheduled as: The Laborers Are I
observance. Junior services are in
Sluggish. An Oneg Shabbat' will Ithe Ac-demy Hall at 10 am
follow. Saturday morning services i
are at 9 a.m.. when the Rabbi will
discuss the Weekly Portion.
TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m. Reverend Edward W. Ull-
rich, of the Robertson Memorial' iees are at 8:45 a.m.. when the
Evangelical And Reform Church. Rabbi will discuss the Weekly Por-
will discuss: Should Our Spiritual tion. Mincha is at 6:30 p.m.
Centers Be Investigated. Dr. Jacob j .
H. Kaplan will officiate, with Can-] MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
tOI Jacob G. Bornstein rendering TER will hold Friday evening serv-
the musical portion of the liturgy. jces at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man will officiate and discuss:
Miami BeachRalvhl Irving l Conservative. 1701 Wash. Ave.. II R.
Miami Hebrew SchoolKabbl B nton
April. Orthodox. 1191 SW IMi Ave..
Miami.
Monticello Park 1'Utli Street an.I NK
nth Avail Miami Beach.
North Dade-Ralil'l Harry Kttlnaer.
Conaervailve. IMM W. nixie High-
way. North Miami.
North ShoreRabbi Mayer Abramo-
witi. Conservative, IM 73th St..
Abramowitz will officiate and dis- j tJJSJJJ1 Jraef-Hr. Joseph Marat, Re-
cuss: From Zion Shall Go Forth1 f-rm. in nk lUi St., Miami
_. .-. j I Tifereth Israel '.""" V Miami Ave.,
The Law. Saturday morning sen-, Miami
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening sen-
ices at 815 p.m. Rabbi Mayer:
doTT E. Brill officiating. Arthur
Deutsch, chifrmttn %i the Relig-
ious Committee, will speak on Self
Depreciation." The Oa'e'g Shabbat
will be sponsored by Mr. and Mr*.
Mac Turner and Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Kalmus. Services will begin at 9
a.m.. Saturday, and will be fol-
lowed by a Kiddush.

AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve-
ning services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 9 a.m.,
with Rabbi Isaac Ever officiating
and discussing: Israel's Fifth An-
niversary Of Independence. Kid-
dush will follow. Mincha is at 5:45
p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos
and Maariv. Daily services are at
8:30 a.m., and at 6:30 p.m.
*
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m. Reverend Leo Heim
will officiate, assisted by students
of the Religious School. Subject
of his discourse is scheduled as:
The Religious Problem In Israel.
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Gouz will
be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat. Sat-
urday morning senices are at 9
a.m.
Mrs. Comer j. K
Maurice uusman. CMhai
the 1953 Easter ioT?***
reported this week thi^N,
135.000 appeal
'iter^g
the citizens of Dad* r **"* V
Crippled Chiid?en:CSb,H
852.72 returns have Sen*?' fl
The school campaign hiTL
$7,293.88. .nd the Eair Ii,*H
Day returns have totlfi JjS
making the grand total of t$
23. "We hope the people ?
overlooked or have forgoCS.
Easter Seals will renSES
the 286 handicapped chiidriVS
quiring he free therapewic JJ
ices of the clime in Miam LJl
K^ir*nTs-" <:u-sman < iS
Kimball said. ^
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening senices at 6 p.m.
West Miami Rabbi Alfred Waxman,
Conservative, 5720 s\v 17th St..
Miami.
Young Israel Orthdox, 4001 Chase
Are.. Miami Beach
Zamora Reverend Rudolf lirlll. Con-
servative. 44 Zamora Ave., Coral
Cables.
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liturgy. Saturday morning
senices are at 9:45 a.m., when
Charles Steinmetz. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Steinmetz. 612 SW Slat
Avenue, will become Bar Mitzvah.
Renick At Lodge Lunck
Ralph Renick. news editor ail
station WTVJ, will be guest T
er at the weekly luncheon faS
of Miami Beach Lodge No m'
B'nai B'rith, on Tuesday 'St
21sL 12:15 p.m. at the NatioM
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Bar Mitzvoth of Raymond, son of 1
Mr. and Mrs. Terry Sponder. and | MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard j CONGREGATION will hold Friday
Zilbergerg, will take place at that : evening senices at 6:30 p.m. Sat-
MS
time. A Bible class is scheduled for
4:15 p.m.. followed by Mincha and
Shalos Seudos. Cantor David Sil-
urday morning senices are at 8:30
a.m.. when Manin. son of Mr. and
Mrs. David Schiller will become
verman will render the musical Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Simon April
portions of the liturgy assisted by
the Center Choir under the direc-
will officiate, with Cantor Berele
Kelemer rendering the musical
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tion of Joseph Schreibman. Daily I portion of the liturgy. A class in
senices are in the Chapel at 8 Mishna is at 5:30 p.m., followed by
a.m., and 6:45 p.m. I Mincha and Shalos Seudos.
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urk Lists Candidacy For Another
erm On Miami Beach City Council
Miami Beach Councilman Harold Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith
and served as the first president
of Metropolitan Council of B'nai
B'rith Lodges. He also served as
JjewlsJifhr****,
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1^ who has held that office for
L vears and who also served as
Lvor from June, 1949, until June,
51, qualified this week as a can-
date for another term as coun-
Iman.
|As mayor. Turk made a national
ne for himself by his untiring
forts to promote tourist business
Miami Beach, according to
ttements by his supporters this
ek. He made numerous radio
[d TV appearances throughout
country in behalf of his city.
|c holds medals and other hon-
from several Latin-American
untries for his diligent efforts
further good will and to in-
Lase interchange of tourist trav-
Jbetween Miami Beach and the
Itin areas," a reliable spokesman
Id.
Bn 1351. while serving on the
Lrida State Improvement Com-
Ission. Councilman Turk was
Tthor of that body's resolution
filing upon the State Road De-
ttmcnt for a survey of the pro-
ted Jacksonville-Miami turnpike
Harold Turk
district representative and presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Hillel
ich laler found the project to Council and now serves as Nation-
and necessary." ai Hincl Commissioner,
chosen by Florida's Hc is wideIy connected in civic
cees in 1951 as one of the | fraternal and religious circles. He
b's most outstanding citizens, belongs to Miami Beach Jewish
Hie official has lived in Miami
ich since 1937. He is a gradu-
of St. Johns University and
practised law here sine* 1938
i is a partner in the law firm of
|rk and Newman which he form-
in 1946. He belongs to the
lal and state Bar Associations
it admitted to practice in the
Supreme Court.
Turk is a past president of Shol-
Lodge. B'nai B'rith, instituted

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Conference of Christians and Jews
and as a director of the Anti-Defa-
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He took a leading role in pro-
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hooded order in the ordinances of
several cities.
Turk belongs to the Senior and
Junior Chambers of Commerce, the
Exchange Club, Young Democrats
and Civic League. He is a Mason,
Shriner, Elk and Odd Fellow. He
and his wife, the former Stella
Wohlstadter, are parents of three
children.
Miami Chapter Sets
Stage For Regional
Hadassah Meeting
Plans for the forthcoming Flor-
ida Regional Conference of Ha-
dassah were recently formulated
here at the home of Mrs. Milton
Sirkin, conference chairman. Mrs.
Sirkin was assisted by Mrs. Louis
Goldman.
Scheduled for May 2nd, 3rd and
4th the Hadassah meeting will be
held at the Empress Hotel, Miami
Beach.
Local members of the Greater
Miami Chapter who will serve as
hostesses and chairmen include
the Mesdames Harry Platoff, treas-
urer; Henry Nelson, secretary; Jo-
seph Sugarman, registration; Jack
Bernard, arrangements.
The Mesdames Sidney Lefcourt
transportation; B. Zeigmund and
J. H. Witt, reservations; Samuel
Lepow, hospitality; Bernard Gold-
berg, visual aids; Moe Feingold,
radio and television; Louis Hei-
man, luncheon and banquet; Nat
Waldman, printing and publicity;
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kits and badges; and Marguerite
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Irving Firtel, president of the
Hebrew Academy Fathers' Club,
presided at a general membership
meeting on Wednesday evening at
his home, 431 62nd Street, Miami
Beach.
Plans for the Annual Children's
Lag B'Omer Picnic were discussed,
as well as the expansion and build-
ing program of the Academy and
the club's role in the undertaking.
Consideration was also given to
proposed plans for joint family
recreational activities during the
summer months. Hostess was Mrs.
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JNF Council Hears
Isaac David Mann
The Jewish National Fund Coun-
cil of South Florida heard a report
from a native Israeli at an open
meeting on Wednesday in the
Tides Hotel, according to an an-
nouncement by Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff, Council president.
Isaac David Mann was the prin-
cipal speaker. He is a longtime
member of the City Council of
Jerusalem and is one of the foun-
ders of the Jewish Labor move-
ment in Israel. Nominated to be
Mayor of Jerusalem in 1952, he
declined that office for reasons of
health. Mann is a sixth generation
Israeli.
With Mrs. Mann, he is now
visiting their son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Chill, of Miami Beach.
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As part of a nationwide program of participation in Jewish
cultural and educational activities, the B. Manischewitz Com-
pany, matzo bakers and producers of kosher foods, recently-
presented to the Bureau of Jewish Education in Miami copies
of My Mission In Israel by Dr. James G. MacDonald, first
United States Ambassador to the new Jewish State. The
books will be distributed to libraries of Jewish schools and
Educational Institutions throughout the Miami area. Shown
above is Harold Katz (left), a representative of the B. Manis-
chewitz Company, making the presentation to Louis Schwartz-
mar^ executive diiector of the Bureau of Jewish Education.
Faure Quartet Is
Premiered At UM
Jean Bedetti's Chamber Music
class will feature the first Miami
performance of Gabriel Faure's
Piano Quartet in G minor on the
program presented by the Uni-
versity of Miami School of Music
on Thursday evening, April 23rd,
in Beaumont Hail.
The Piano Quartet is the second
of two composed by Faure in 1882
and 1886. It will be performed by
Ruth Stewart, piano; Roland Va-
mos, violin; Rono Prince, viola;
and Jean Margolis, 'cello.
In addition to the Faure num-
ber, Mozart's Quartet in C major,
No. 17, and the Quartet in F major
by Maurice Ravel are program-
med. Other performers will in-
clude Edwin Grzesnikowski, Max
Rabinovitsj, violins; Barbara Win-
slow, viola; and John Rabe-Steele,
'cello.
Bolet. Bitter Interviewed
Cuban pianist Jorge Bolet and
John Bitter will be interviewed by
Mrs. Marie Volpe on her Saturday
evening program, 6:30 p.m.. over
station WKAT. Mr. Bolet will per-
form the Rachmaninoff Piano Con-
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Mr. Bitter, on Sunday and Monday
evenings during the University of
Miami Symphony concerts sched-
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* Jewish fkrMtotL

AJCommittee Meet Honors Dr. Ritchie
An address by Dr. Miller Ritch-
ie, chairman of the Human Rela-
tions Department at the Univer-
sity of Miami, will be the feature
of the first annual meeting of the
Greater Miami Chapter. American
Fred Waring, noted orchestra
and choral leader, will pre-
sent a new song entitled Is-
rael on his Sunday evening
show, 9 p.m.. over the CBS-
TV network and carried by
television station WTVJ in
Miami. The song will be fea-
tured during a major portion
of Waring's broadcast dedi-
cated to the fifth anniversary
of the State of Israel and to
the Israel Bond drive. The
premier performance of the
new work has been arranged
for glee club and crchestrc
by Roy Ringwald. It was
written by Dorothy Steward,
composer of Now Is The
Hour and other widely popu-
lar songs.
31 r*. Rosenberg
>m<*d Beth El
Sisterhood Head
Mrs. Jack C Rosenberg is the
new president of the Beth El Bis-
terluod. according to an announce
ment this week.
Vice presidents named to their
posts followina a general election
are the Merdames Max Rappaport.
Abe Pepper and Al Zisman.
Other officers*are the Mesdames
S. Phillip.-., recording secretary; M
Weger. financial secretary; \V.
Swimmer, corresponding secre
tary: H. Samson, treasurer; and S
T Swirsky. chaplain.
Board members include the
Mesdames J. Blatt. A. Greenbere.
I Kirschh >rn. C Indjin. S. Sacob-
son. C. B. Kahn. E. Kaplan. S. Kes
tenbaum. If. Kornstein. L. Litt. S.
Miller. S. Palmer. M Pepper.
The Mesdames R. Pertes. S. Pot-
ash. B. Rosenberg. A. Rosenberg.
R Sakowitz. A Sands. E. Schuss-
Icr. S. Sieuel. M. Silver. D. Singer
and J. Solinger.
Jewish Committee on April 23rd.
8 p.m., at the Royal Palm Hotel.
Dr. Ritchie will speak on: Hu-
man Relations -The Challenge To
Community Leaders. The chapter
will present him with an illumin-
ated scroll honoring the services
he has rendered the Greater Mi-
ami area in the improvement of
intergroup u n d e rstanding. Dr.
Ritchie is leaving the University
of Miami at the conclusion of this
semester to accept the presidency
of Hartwick College in New York
State.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, first
president of the chapter, will pre-
sent a report on the group's past
year's activities. The Nominating
Committee, under the chairman
ship of J. Gerald Lewis, will also
make a report. Election of new
officers will follow.
Reporting on the results of the
chapter's current new member-
ship drive. Burton B. Goldstein,
membership chairman, will wel-
come new members present. Sey-
mour Samet. Southeast Area di-
rector of the American Jewish
Committee, will conclude the
meeting with a ('iscussion on the
projects in which he is now en-
gaged.
Dr. Joseph M. Weidberg. pro-
gram chairman, is in charge of
arrangements.
ttrandein Women f
JiVet* In Saxony
The second meeting of the year
for the Greater Miami Chapter.
National Women's Committee of
Brandeis University, will take the
form of a luncheon at noon today
in the Pagoda Room of the Sax-
ony Hotel.
Delivering the invocation will be
Mrs Irvin? Lehrman. Mrs. Ben
Zion Ginsburg. president, will con-
duct the business portion of the
meeting.
Mrs. Harold Turk will present
the program to consist of comedy
sketches hy Jerry Schultz and
wngs by Miss Minii Newmark. Mr.
.Schultz and Miss Newmark are
University of Miami students.
Taking charge of arrangements
for the event is Mrs. Max A. Sch-
wartz. Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz is
chairman of the Telephone Com-
mittee.
ESeth El Women
Hold Israeli
Be'.h El Sisterhood will hold a
donor luncheon on Tuesday, April
21st, 1 p.m.. at the Trocadero Res-
taurant.
Featured will be Minna Mell in
a dramatic reading. Chairmen of
the affair are Mrs. William Swim-
mer and Mrs S. Miller.
I
Danny Kaye. star of J
screen and radio, willed
the featured role in a n(Jj
wide Israel Fifth AnruvenJ
celebration program pnsiJ
ed by the United lewahjU
peal. The program. A Wj
ard Of Living, is schetfl
for Sunday, April 19th, y|
7 to 7:30 p.m. (EST), otr3
facilities of the NatkJ
Broadcasting Company!|[
will be produced by HinJ
Brown based on a scriptlf
Sam Elkin.
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)AY. APRIL 17, 1953
ii Beer Shows
aintings At Eve
Fucker Galleries
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN that
'"' underslgi...... de....... ,.,.'.
A retrospective exhibition of oil KEUcMld rSKR 3%$, tV'
Florida, ""'i
ntings and watercolors by Lisl
er. of 4343 North Bay Road, will
ve its preview at a cocktail party
|n Sunday at the Eve Tucker Gal-
Miami Beach. The show,
Ihich opens to the public on Mon-
|av. will hang through May 2nd.
Mr- Boer received the AB de-
at Wcllsley College and did
pst graduate work at the School
Fine Arts in Boston and Flor-
nce. Italy. She studied stage prod-
uction and scene design at Yale
Iniversity and was a student of
hadimir Polunin, scene painter
tr the Russian Ballet, at the
|a pn. and at the Grosvenor School
Art in London.
(After working for a year with
ans Hoffman in Munich, Ger-
lany. Mrs. Beer founded an art
Ilony and built a gallery on the
Band of Sark near Germany in
|e Channel Islands. She returned
the I'nited States at the out-
kak of World War II in Europe
hd went through a period of
udy with George Grosz in New
ork.
|Since returning to Miami Beach
si Fall, Mrs. Beer has been do-
| cial work with John Klink-
plxT:. of the University of Miami
Dept. The represent exhibition
il\ consist of samples of the ar-
il irk from her Sark days up
and including her work with
linkenberg. The artist is also a
let, Her most recent publication
Stones For Bread.
____ LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE
^IMtgtemM t-WM **:, ., A
EISRu INC
MANUEL &$* ''":l""""-'
At( .in... r, Applicant
IN
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
il-S^.^Ji JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FORI DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. lSS1
Sarcuh Kixii.utx, riai.itirV
L;'JARI;'>tti: einiiohn. Defendant
TO: CHAKLOTTl EINiiorn. 1041
Nelson Avenue, Bronx, New York
You arc required to serve a cony of
your answer to the BUI ol Complaint
for ijivo.ee ,, the pkintlffa attorney,
ami to file the onclnal answer In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 18th day of
May, A.D. MM; otherwise, the Hill
of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore
pled herein, will be taken a8 con-
fessed by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 13th
day of April, 1953.
i:. B. i.eatiiekman.
Clark Ot the Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
Bj WM. W. ST'K'KINO
(i Ircult Court Seal) Depute clerk
Name and Address of
Plaintiff's Solicitor:
MILTON A. RIEDMAN
Jtt2JS PAGE 11 B
LEGAL NOTICE
El FTwHcl-r:ARCUIT COURT OF THE
AND loS ni\ T^CHA^CE^Y^^o/^,
/option of Rom i:i
BAER, a Mlnoi
l' DONAL]
LEGAL NOTICE
IDA.
in the
for the
MICHAEL
Child,
BAER
', MHS. .1 BAER. KR
I v\r <1',,--V>-NK BAER, now
; r i, '''-':i:i"- ""' toy
of Deem ,.-,. l:.,;;. New Voi k City,
MICl'lvFi SitfS '"".'," '" ROBERT
s viW" be and PP' in the above
styled Conn lh ;,,i, ,,.,.. ,,, _.,
I5, and then and there show cause
'al'V^rc >>i why the said petition
[or adoption of the said minor child
"-. '" ahl petitioner, should not be
rjl II ltd.
..."^'I'Kn-St Miami, Dade County.
Florida, this 30th day of March. 195X
1-' 11. LKATHKItMAX,
Clerk of Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
,. By: M. C. CHKKN
M'lai1,?,,0KoritBU"d""f
Attorney for Petitioner
4 3-10-17 Jl
lahn Circle Plans Meet;
Irs. Simmon Entertains
|The Shirley B. Kahn Circle of
Companion of the Forest of
nerica will meet on April 23rd,
i.m., at 223 East Flagler Street,
kom 312.
Alice Simmon, of 3520 SW
rth Terrace, the group's Right
kide, plans entertaining some 25
pmbers of the Kahn Circle at
ne today.
JEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP
RELIABLE DAY WORKERS
A-1 EMPLOYMENT
SERVICE
N. E. Sth Street Phone t-8401
VL MEIDENBERG, Owner
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 158535
VIENNA CYNTHIA RUSSELL,
Plaintiff
sack KINDLE RTJSSBLL,
I '''femlant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Bage Kindle Russell, 167 B. 12nd
SI i I. New Yoi., I -| v X. Y.
To i are herebj nol If ed thai a BUI
of Complaint for Di\...... hat In n
filed asalnat you, and i are r quli
ed to serve a cops "f your Answer or
Pleading to the Hid ,.f Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney, STANLEY
M PRED, Mi b'eybold Building. M
ami 32, Florida ami file Tin ot
An a-er or Pleading In the offfi e of
tlie Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 15th day o* May, I (SI. If
yon fall to do 10, Judym. nt bj default
will be taken against you for the
relief demanded In the BUI "f Com-
plaint
This notice shall be published once
each week for four conaeoutlve weeks
In TI1K JEWISH Fi.oRlDiAN.
AM> ORDERED at Miami,
tl.i- llth day of April, A.I).
DONE
Florida,
1953.
i: It. LKATHKRMAN,
Clerk, circuit Court.
Daile County, Florida
Hv M C. GREEN,
(Circuit Court Seal)
STANLEY M I'RKI)
Attorney for Plaintiff
SM Seybold HblldliiK,
4/17-24 5/1-8
Deputy Clerk
Miami, Florida
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oi
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potion: WMIE (1140 on dial)
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKREHY GIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the ftctltloua name ot
AMERICAN HOME. LAL'NDUIKS
AND CLEANEItS, at 4005 KW Sth
Street, Miami, Fla,, Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
MAURICE M. RAFKIN
Sole Owner
1/27 4/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDtR FICTITIOUS
.___. NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
'V JV1friiIu',,r ,llv "etltlous name of
I.;.1ZAI!KTH APARTMENTS, at 2961
s\\. ,.th Street, Miami, Florida, in-
tend to register said name Ith the
tleik of the Circuit Court of Dade
i ounty, Itorlda.
I8ADORE MAROOLIS
Mol.l.IK MARGOLIS
1'.I.AN"-III-: FEIGENSON
SAMUEL It' ISENTHAL
RUTH ItUSK.VIHAI.
WILLIAM SCHMITTELL
pERTRUDE SCHMITTELL
KOVNER & MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Elisabeth Apartment!
In Ro id, .Miami Beach. Fla.
1/3-10-17-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
'"|.....is under the fictitious n
CHICAGO UUEST HOUSE, at '.:>;
Jefferson Avenue, .Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, Intends t.. register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
"f Dade County, Florida,
BESSIE SMITH
1/3-10-17-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
hualneai under the fictitious name of
LAWRENCE ENTERPRISES, at 1270
East Hay Harhor I'rive, I'.ay Harhor
Island. Dade Comity, Florida, intends
to register- said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit I'ourt of Dade County,
Florida.
LAWRENCE J. SCHLOSUERO
Sole Owner
3/27 4/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
busineas under the fictitious name of
STRATH HAVEN HOTEL, at 411
Ocean DHve. Miami Heach. intend*
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
N. & V. CORP.
MYKRS, HUMAN KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
S50 Seybold Hldg.
4/17-24 T. [.|
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 157989
LILLIAN FALANGA l.'OKKA,
Plaintiff
vs.
FORTUNATO COREA, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: FORTUNATO COREA,
c/o Yacup.
102 Mercer Street,
Jersey City, New Jersey
You are required to serve a copy of
the Answer to the Hill of Complaint
upon the plaintiff's attorney, Molt-
TON ROTHKNBEUO, 420 Lincoln
Road, Miami Heacl), 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 be taken as confessed by you.
Dated this 25th day ot March, A.D.
1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By R. H. RICE. JR.
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
8/27 4/3-10-17
SIMM SHUN
lift i ;*. a*.
2 54.0
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30016-B
In He: ESTATE OF
EDWARD FRIEDMAN, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tq AU Creditors and All Parsons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
.Said Estate:
You, and ea.-h of you. are hereby
lotifled and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, may have agnlnst the
estate <' EDWARD FRIEDMAN, de-
, toed late ot Dade County, Florida,
lo the Hon. County Judges of Dade
i\ inty, and file the same in theti of-
Ice in Ho- County Courthouse in Dade
County, Florida, wfthln eight calendar
months from the date of the flrat
publication hereof Said claims or de-
mands' to contain the legal address of
the claimant ami to sworn to and
foresmld, or same win
be barred See s.-.-tion 120 of the
Wii Probate Act.
Dated April Wh. AD. 1951.
BERT FRIEDMAN,
\- Bx< c in I* ol the Last
Will and Tj stnmenl of
EDWARD FRIEDMAN,
I leceatefl.
MVERS. HEIMAN KAPLAN
Bj I>iuls Heiinan
Attorneys for Executrix
4/17-24 5/1-4L_____
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 157995
MAY ZINK1EW1TZ, Plaintiff
vs.
WALTER JOHN ZINKIEW1TZ
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: WALTER JOHN ZINKIEW1TZ
You arc hereby notified that a Kill
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 olainUffs Attorney.
STEPHEN F. KESSLER, I S.W. 22nd
Avenue, Miami,'Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or hefmu the Mth day of
April. I85S. If yuu fail to do ad. Judg-
ment by default will be taken against
Enu .for the relief demanded in the
III of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for fbur consecutive weeks
in THE JKWlVlI "FI.ORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this -'oth day of March, A.D.
1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, UlrculJ Court,
li.nle County, Florida
By M C. OREEN
Deputy Clerk
jjJSousT r-os .ry^
(Circuit Court wl) J'f
STEPHEN !' KFSSI.ER
Attorney for Plaintiff
i s u 22ml Avenue, Miami
3/27 4/3-10-17
Florida
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 158199
JENNIE RI8EMAN, Plaintiff,
vs.
MAN R1SEMAN, Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: MAN itlsKMAN. Ledgehlli Farm,
B ooklj n, Connecticut
You ai.- hereby notified that a Kill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed ,-tKalnst yon and you are hereby
,l to serve a copj at f6vx
Answer to the Hill of Complaint on
Plaintiff's attorney, ami file the orig-
inal Answer in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court, on ot before the
llth day of May, IMS: otherwise, the
allegations of said Bill of Cojnplalnl
will he taken as confessed against
DATED this 2nd day of April. 1953.
B. H. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
1U It II. RICE, JR.
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Unoeln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
/l8-17-4 e/1
i-N-THE. CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ft,!>V!IhVJDIC,AL CIRCUIT IN
ft,N.D F.0R DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
DA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1M452
ROBERTA IIIKSCII. Plaintiff
8TA2kSX ""'^'H. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO; STANLEY lilltscil
820 \\ est End Avenue
New York, .New kork,
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Lin of Complaint for Divorce
has ben filed against vou in tthe
above entitled cause and vou are
herebj required to serve a copy or
your Answer to the Bill of Complaint
on the Plaintiffs attorneys, and file
the original in the office of the Clerk
of Hi.- Circuit Court on or before the
llth da> of May, l'.:,:i, oth.ru N,. .,
Decree Pro Confeaao will be entered
against you.
This notice shall he published once
each week for tour consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 10th
oaj of April. i::,::.
E. I: LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
BY: WM. W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
I'ALLOT, SILVER *i Ml'LLOY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
701 fongress Building. Miami. Florida
4/17-24 5/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
c'm;!"'V; ",'.".'.''r. "'" "ytTUoua name of
Till. MOMM8EN VITALITY MAS-
SAGE CENTER, at 16a Westward
Drive. Miami Springs, Florida, Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
earl MOMMSEN
VIRGINIA MOMMSEN
MARX M. FABER
Attoi ne] for Applicants
3/27 4 I-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hint
II e undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fli me ol
HEREDI APARTMENTS, at T 1> J -1
Eu.lid Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida,
Intend-- to reglsl ne a itli the
cierk ol the CIr< ill Court oi Dade
County, Florida.
i wxn: KOPEL
SHEINER .v SPIELER
for Applicant .
J02 Roper Building, Miami. Fla,
4 3-10-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
- undei the fictitious n ime of
ADVANCE MORTGAGE COMPANY
at 5700 Devonshire Boulevard, .Miami,
Fla., intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of I Mde CountJ Floi Id i
HENRY A KAUFFMANN
EI.KY STONE
Attorney for Henry A. Kauffmann
4/17-24 5/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
STANDARD STEEL SALES CO.
(NOT INC.), at 605 Lincoln Rood,
Miami Beach, Fla., Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
RALPH HANDELMAN
MICHAEL M. ISENBKRG
Attorney for Applicant
1407 Biscay ne Bldg.
4/3-10-17-24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 158021
CARMINE LoNtiOBARDI, Plaintiff
vs.
MARY LDNGORARDI, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: MARY LONGOHARDI.
314 West 77th Street
New York City, New York
You arc required to serve a copy
of the Answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint upon the plaintiff's nttorney,
Morton Rotheiiberg, 12u Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach. Florida, and file the
original in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before April
27, 1953; otherwise, said Bill will be
taken as confessed by you.
Dated this 26th day of March, A.D.
iNi,
E. It. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Hy R. H. RICE. JR.
'Sean Deputy clerk
4/3-10-17-21
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 MORALE*. c/O Buccola
1980 W. llth Street
Brooklyn, New York.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you in the
above entitled cause and you are
hcreliv required to serve a copy of
your Answer to the Bill of Complaint
on the Plaintiffs attorneys, and file
the original In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before
Hi. J'.rd day of April, IKS, otherwise
a Decree Pro Confeaso will be entered
against you.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this" 23rd
day of March, IMS.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: WM. W. STOCKING
Deputy Cierk
PALLOT. SILVER & M1I.LOY
Attorneys for 1'lalntiff
7 'I Congress Building, Miami, Florida
:; 27 I ::-iii-i7
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
uU2lu,<.uer ""' 'u' ''""' name of
.l,:\M.,l.sim,l': APARTMENTS, at
' -' ----- Pennsylvania Avenue. Mi-
aim Beach, Florida, intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
WOLFE MENDELZYS
MIRIAM MEN! iELZYS
ALBERT FRANK
ESTHER FRANK
WILLIAM I BRENNER
Attorney for Parties
4/3-10-1T-LM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 29926A
In Re: ESTATE OK
SARAH IDA GLICKMAN, Deeea-.d
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Yoi. and each of you. are heceby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
cither of you, may have against the
estate of SARAH IDA OLICKMAN,
deceased late of Dade Countv. Flor-
ida, to the Honorable County" Judges
of Dade County, and file the same
In their offiees In the County Court-
house In Dade County, Florida, with-
in eight calendar months from the
date of the first publication hereof.
Said claims or demands to contain
the legal address of the claimant and
to he sworn to and presented as afore-
said, or same will be barred.
Date March 27, A.D. 1953.
NATHANIEL GLICKMAN
As Administrator of the
Estate of
SARAH IDA GLICKMAN.
Decea-'d
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Administrator
4/3-10-17-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the Unde: si'-ilied, dc-irinijXto enna'-rc ;n
business under the fictitious nai.....I
THE BEAUTY NOOK, at 11067 N.W.
,th Ave., Miami, int. ml to n
said name with the Clerk of th.....-
cult Court of Dade Countv, Florid,.
BETTY JOHNSON
RUTH L. HOLDEN
3. 27 4 '3-10-17
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
FOR PUBLICATION
Notice is hereby given that the
partnei hen iron insisting be-
tween us, HEN RUBIN, HAROLD
GRAHA M and SIDNEY RUBIN, here-
tofore carrying on busini ss as
lor d ratora at 2388 Weal I
Sir. .1. Miami. Florida, under the
styl..... firm "f Btarobln ^- Sons, has
been dissolved by mutual cons.
and from the 1st day of April, I95S,
so far as concerns the said HAROLD
GRAHAM Who retires from the said
firm. All debts due to and owing by
the said late firm will -be received
and paid respectively by BEN RUBIN
and SIDNEY RUBIN who will con-
tinue to carry on the said business In
partnership under the style of Staro-
bln & Sons-
Dated the 1st day of*
BEN RUBI
HAROLD
SIDNEY III
4/10-17-24 5/1
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 158236
JACOB KoRNFELD, PLaintlff,
vs.
NEHAMA KORNFELD, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
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21156 East 22nd Street
Brooklyn, New York
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Thomson Rojerts Immigration Post
WASHINGTON Attorney General Vernon Thomson, of
Wisconsin, has sent word from Madison that h? rejected an appoint
ment offered bv President Eisenhower as new Commissioner of Imm -
gration and Naturalization to implement the MeCarran-VS alter Act.
Thomson said he had d.-cussed the matter with Attorney Ge"erw
Herbert Brownell in Washington. Senator Joseph R. McCarthy had
indicated approval of Thomson.
Mmm York Bans Rarist Endowments
ALBANY (JTAi Governor Thomas E. Dewey signed a bill last
week prohibiting colleges and universities in New York from accepting
endowments conditioned on the institutions teaching racial suprem-
acy The measure was endorsed by the Association of Colleges and
Universities of New York. It make- acceptance of such an endowment
an unfair educational practice. Under state law an institution can
lose its standing if it commits such practices
Restitution Offiee bWNMM Staff
MUNICH (JTA) Eighteen legal experts have been added to the
staff of the Bavarian State Restitution Office in an attempt to speed
up processing of restitution and indemnification claims, it was an-'
nounced here. The additional experts bring to 363 the number of;
officials now employed in the office. According to a recent statement
by the head of the office, it is processing claims at the rate of 800
monthly and has a backlog of 145.000 claims.
German Court Sentenees Slanderers
BERLIN (JTA) Germans were surprised here to learn that a
West Berlin court had sentenced two Germans to six and eight-month
jail terms for publicly blaming Jews for Berlin's economic difficulties
and for expressing the opinion that all Jews should have been gassed
by the Nazis. Not only did the severity of the sentences these are
the heaviest handed out by a West German court for this offense
surprise the Germans. Most Germans had forgotten that an Allied
Control Commission law directed against the revival and promotion
of the Nazi spirit is still on the books.
Initiate New Maritime Serviee
HAMBURG (JTA) The SS Daiela Borchard. owned by the
Europe-Israel Line, has begun regular service between Hamburg and
Haifa and Tel Aviv, it was announced here. Erich Lueth. Hamburg
official and initiator of the Peace With Israel movement in West Ger-
many, is flying to Israel for a two and one-half week visit, it was re-
vealed.
Hungary To Follow Moscow Policy
VIENNA (JTA) The release in Moscow of 15 doctors, including!
six Jews, accused of murdering top Soviet officials, has aroused specu- j
lation here that the Communist satellite states, particularly Hungary.
will follow suit. In Hungary'' some 30 doctors, mostly Jews, have been
reported arrested in the past few months. Meanwhile, the Hungarian
Government has issued a new regulation providing a legal base for the
expulsion of "undesirable'' elements from the major cities. Under this
policy many Jews have been removed from the cities to rural areas
and to labor camps on large construction projects.
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I .1A Head Makes Refugee Study
BERLIN (JTA) The Jewish refugee situation in West Germany
and Austria came under scrutiny this week by Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz,
executive vice chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, who directed
field operations in American Jewry's greatest relief endeavor during
and after World War II. Accompanied by Samuel Haber, Joint Distri-
bution Committee director for Germany. Dr. Schwartz made a flying
trip to Frankfurt. Munich. Berlin, the Foehrenwald camp for Jewish-
DP's and Vienna.
Aniilew ish Leaflets In Germany
BONN (JTA i Ail members of the German Federal Parliament
have received savage Jew-baiting leaflets signed by Sweden's notorious
Einar Abcrg but mailed in the German city of Neuss near Cologne.
Claiming that General Mark Clark is Jewish and President Dwight
Eisenhower of Jewish descent, the text threatens that if a third world
war should break out. none of the "Jewish war criminals" will survive
the following 24 hours.
Mayer. Eban Meet In Capitol
WASHINGTON (JTA) French Premier Rene Mayer has met in I
Washington with Israel Ambassador Abba Eban for an informal talk
0B world affairs, it was learned here Mr. Eban had previously met]
Mayer in Paris The two statesmen exchanged opinions on a number
of questions of interest to both Israel and France, but the exact details
were not made known.
Riblieal Scrolls Found in Cave
LONDON (JTA) The remains of at least 70 Biblical scrolls, 2.000
years old, have been discovered in Jordan in caves overlooking the
Dead Sea, it was reported here. G. Lankester Harding, director ai
Antiquities in Jordan, has described the finding of the Greek, Hebrew
and Aramaic scrolls as the "most sensational archaeological event of
our time."
Jewish Bodies Labelled Communist
WASHINGTON (JTA) A 92 page report which attempts to link
major Jewish organizations with Communism was distributed to mem-
bers of Congress this week by California State Senator Jack B. Tenney.
Tenney was formerly chairman of the Committee on Un American
activities of 4he State of California. Tenney's compilation, entitled
Zion's Fifth Column, is a carefully contrived appeal to anti-Jewish
incitement. The report lists virtually all leading Jewish organizations
and religious personalities.
Joint Fete Will Mark Independence
Speakers from the University of
Miami and a prominent national
speaker will address the gather-
ing. Refreshments and entertain-
ment will I* provided by an IZFA
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PAGECB %  k*1rt. 2nd vjce president Saw 3rd nee president Jac I treasurer Atari Zav Leo Oskne^: secretary and Israel '-g atiati ar* B-jard c. r -__. tck I dney Palmer Harry pearl %  San: Siege! and Beth Jacob Women To See Musicale I the Beth Jacob %  ri*|w _: ee a musical ** tics baaed oe tb* hit • ;. :.. meeting an Tuesday eve: : %  Yes tb* Mesdarr5ho-ijrley B. T_* RobMrs Moses Meschelofi. program The dir".at Passover families sill be rep Mrs Louis li—nh Dunuw H orkmer r "ire* d:-~ %  OK*-.' "This aw a: s time • set Hitier* twain were eerupy %  Bf ahnaat all of FT ap t and were spreadaug vmonowsly toward the Caucasus in Kansas The andacity %  i" saajanl _:aj -ai:rn :rv The BMsaonal evening a: the Ly ceum win consist of the readmt of a dramatic script compiled r Duntor who will be one of tn* narrators Five other narrators include Morris Gieiberman. a form er teacher and now representative of the Yiddish Scientific Institute Chana and Louis Lasavm teacher and principal of the Y L Perec Schools respectively. Norma K • a pupil of the Perett School and Hadassar Rosenkranx. survivor of the Ansc h u iu Camp A choral group of the Fnfhab Speaking Branch No 1050 will render ghetto songs Coral Gables B'nai B nth Women Plan Election, Luncheon B'nai B ruh W omen of Cora] Gabies will hold aa election of officers OB Tuesday. April 21st 8 30 p.m.. at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. Mrs Leo Past, in char? e of arr a ngs s f nt s. will report on plans for the officer installation. The chanter is also planning a. Smoi^as^K^ro lor Tuesday. April' 38th. 12.30 p.m.. at the Coral GabWomen Club Mrs. Allan Dumiteia it chairman of the afAJCongress Women Hold Wise Center Luncheon American Jewish Congress r.cheon for the Louise Watermar Wise Youth Center ID Israe. a: the Sax Soua Hotel on Wednesday Hostesses were Mrs Harry Koretssky and Mrs Harry t %  4 Zrrmora Drag Dance A Stag and Drag Dance will be held by children of the Zamora liana Center Hebrew School on Saturday evening The danoe mill he under the auspices of the Hebrew School P7A. according to an announcement by Bernhardt Chesmar president The Clover Club on Biscoyne Boulevard wil be ft. J Beth David Sisterhood s Annual Donor Luncheon on^Wel day. April 22nd. art 12:30 pan. Shown above 3e ieftjl the Mesdames Max Shapiro. Harry August and Lwj membera of the committee in charge. Not shown is Mr, l Handshu. Lillian Roth will entertain guests Cream Of Tomato Soup Livens Dairy Meals; Heinz Boosts Spanish Rice Flavor V • Buauaujl :i~ %  % %  aaaj ket and certainly one of the handiest when it comes to preparing dairy meals is cream of "rnrtfr soup This Ht m l is n th biend of rich thick country cream and red-npe toanatoes—a meal la itself—easily %  wahses as a sauce for fish, eggs or vegetables Expertly spiced, it makes a flavored binder for casaeroles and oven dishes. One tempting dairy meal made . Same, onions and pepper in butter until tender. Add soup Pour into 5 greased sodKidual cas1 egg into each : with salt and pepper., Eggplant has an elusive flavor one of the most subtle aroonc vegetables The French and Italians K? !! i"** 0 WIth a ^utifullv olended tomato saurce. an American adaption of wh;ch i< g :V er. below Thi> can mtO) hll the role of main dish Brild Eosplant With Tomato Sauce 1 large eggplant Salt and pepper 3 tablesspoons salad oil 1 cup sliced onions 2 tablespoons salad oil 1 11-ounce can Heinx Condensed i ream of Tomato Soup, undiluted I 2 teaspoon salt 3 leaves dried sweet basil 1 teaspoon Heuu Cider Vinegar Peel and cut eggplant into 1 2 L^s^T PUc o n *' %  P and brush one side wsfh salad oil JPnnkle with sal, Md pepper browned about 7 nunutes Turn hrow!£i 2! t ea6eT Md 35 browned, about 7 minutes. Prepare sauce by sauteing' onions m 2 tablespoon, salad oH IJ T Add ^P "'• basil, and vinegar and simmer 10 nunU. Pour sauce over eggpUm md sc~e with grated cheese M ,keT sen-ings. ^ e | Matpiificent 3-pc. stainlem CARVING SE made in Sheffield, England!] We ore giving these levery Impcrled erring; sets, hondscmery boxed, obi ee Bj new %  BMBstthj of J500 or r.::-: c-.^Loble kx smaBer acccunts Ccne a =*_ select yours while sbey lost CLOSED SATURDAYS WASHIN FEDERAL 1144 WASHINGTON AVU PH. 5^ RESOUftCES OVtft HfiOOOOO



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)AY. APRIL 17, 1953 iiTTI: EINIIOHN. Defendant TO: CHAKLOTTl EINIIORN. 1041 Nelson Avenue, Bronx, New York You arc required to serve a cony of your answer to the BUI ol Complaint for ijivo.ee ,,„ the pkintlffa attorney, ami to file the onclnal answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 18th day of May, A.D. MM; otherwise, the Hill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore pled herein, will be taken a 8 confessed by you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 13th day of April, 1953. i:. B. I.EATIIEKMAN. Clark Ot the Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida Bj WM. W. ST'K'KINO (i Ircult Court Seal) Depute clerk Name and Address of Plaintiff's Solicitor: MILTON A. RIEDMAN Jtt2JSNK BAER, now ; r i, •, '''-' :i:i "' ""' toy of Deem ,.-,. l:.,;;. ,„ New Voi k City, MICl'lvFi SitfS '"".' '" ROBERT s viW" be and PP' in the above styled Conn „„ lh ;,,i, ,,.,.. ,,, _., I5, and then and there show cause a l 'V^ rc >>i why the said petition [or adoption of the said minor child "-. '•"• ahl petitioner, should not be rjl •! II ltd. ..."^'I'Kn-St Miami, Dade County. Florida, this 30th day of March. 195X 1-' 11. LKATHKItMAX, Clerk of Circuit Court Dade County. Florida ,„. „ By: M. C. CHKKN M'lai 1 ,?,, 0 Korit B U d "" f Attorney for Petitioner 4 3-10-17 Jl lahn Circle Plans Meet; Irs. Simmon Entertains |The Shirley B. Kahn Circle of Companion of the Forest of nerica will meet on April 23rd, i.m., at 223 East Flagler Street, kom 312. Alice Simmon, of 3520 SW rth Terrace, the group's Right kide, plans entertaining some 25 pmbers of the Kahn Circle at ne today. JEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE N. E. Sth Street Phone t-8401 VL MEIDENBERG, Owner NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 158535 VIENNA CYNTHIA RUSSELL, Plaintiff SACK KINDLE RTJSSBLL, I '''femlant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Bage Kindle Russell, 167 B. 12nd SI i I. New Yoi., I -| v X. Y. To i are herebj nol If ed thai a BUI of Complaint for Di\ hat In • n filed asalnat you, and i are r quli ed to serve a cops "f your Answer or Pleading to the Hid ,.f Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, STANLEY M PRED, Mi b'eybold Building. M ami 32, Florida ami file Tin ot An a-er or Pleading In the offfi e of tlie Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 15th day o* May, I (SI. If yon fall to do 10, Judym. nt bj default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the BUI "f Complaint This notice shall be published once each week for four conaeoutlve weeks In TI1K JEWISH Fi.oRlDiAN. AM> ORDERED at Miami, tl.illth day of April, A.I). DONE Florida, 1953. i: It. LKATHKRMAN, Clerk, circuit Court. Daile County, Florida Hv M C. GREEN, (Circuit Court Seal) STANLEY M I'RKI) Attorney for Plaintiff SM Seybold HblldliiK, 4/17-24 — 5/1-8 Deputy Clerk Miami, Florida THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY PROGRAM oi 'Jewish I oriiin On The Air" pRY SUNDAY 10 to 11 A.M: potion: WMIE (1140 on dial) With Various Features Produced" and Directed By NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKREHY GIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the ftctltloua name ot AMERICAN HOME. LAL'NDUIKS AND CLEANEItS, at 4005 KW Sth Street, Miami, Fla,, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MAURICE M. RAFKIN Sole Owner 1/27 — 4/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDtR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in 'V %  JV1f r iiI u ,,r ,llv "etltlous name of I.;.1ZAI!KTH APARTMENTS, at 2961 s\\. ,.th Street, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name Ith the tleik of the Circuit Court of Dade i ounty, Itorlda. I8ADORE MAROOLIS Mol.l.IK MARGOLIS 1'.I.AN"-III-: FEIGENSON SAMUEL It' ISENTHAL RUTH ItUSK.VIHAI. WILLIAM SCHMITTELL pERTRUDE SCHMITTELL KOVNER & MANNHEIMER Attorneys for Elisabeth Apartment! In Ro id, .Miami Beach. Fla. 1/3-10-17-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in '"| is under the fictitious n CHICAGO UUEST HOUSE, at '.•:>; Jefferson Avenue, .Miami Beach, Florida, Intends t.. register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court "f Dade County, Florida, BESSIE SMITH 1/3-10-17-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In hualneai under the fictitious name of LAWRENCE ENTERPRISES, at 1270 East Hay Harhor I'rive, I'.ay Harhor Island. Dade Comity, Florida, intends to registersaid name with the Clerk of the Circuit I'ourt of Dade County, Florida. LAWRENCE J. SCHLOSUERO Sole Owner 3/27 — 4/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In busineas under the fictitious name of STRATH HAVEN HOTEL, at 411 Ocean DHve. Miami Heach. intend* to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. N. & V. CORP. MYKRS, HUMAN KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant S50 Seybold Hldg. 4/17-24 T. [.| IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 157989 LILLIAN FALANGA l.'OKKA, Plaintiff vs. FORTUNATO COREA, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: FORTUNATO COREA, c/o Yacup. 102 Mercer Street, Jersey City, New Jersey You are required to serve a copy of the Answer to the Hill of Complaint upon the plaintiff's attorney, MoltTON ROTHKNBEUO, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Heacl), 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 be taken as confessed by you. Dated this 25th day ot March, A.D. 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court By R. H. RICE. JR. (Seal) Deputy Clerk 8/27 — 4/3-10-17 SIMM SHUN lift i ;*•. a*. •2 54.0 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30016-B In He: ESTATE OF EDWARD FRIEDMAN, Deceased • NOTICE TO CREDITORS Tq AU Creditors and All Parsons Having Claims or Demands Against .Said Estate: You, and ea.-h of you. are hereby lotifled and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of you, may have agnlnst the estate < %  EDWARD FRIEDMAN, de, toed late ot Dade County, Florida, lo the Hon. County Judges of Dade i\ inty, and file the same in theti ofIce in HoCounty Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, wfthln eight calendar months from the date of the flrat publication hereof Said claims or demands' to contain the legal address of the claimant ami to !• sworn to and foresmld, or same win be barred See s.-.-tion 120 of the Wii Probate Act. Dated April Wh. AD. 1951. BERT FRIEDMAN, \Bx< c in I* ol the Last Will and Tj stnmenl of EDWARD FRIEDMAN, I lecea t e fl MVERS. HEIMAN • KAPLAN Bj I>iuls Heiinan Attorneys for Executrix 4/17-24 — 5/1-4L NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 157995 MAY ZINK1EW1TZ, Plaintiff vs. WALTER JOHN ZINKIEW1TZ Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: WALTER JOHN ZINKIEW1TZ You arc hereby notified that a Kill 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 olainUffs Attorney. STEPHEN F. KESSLER, I S.W. 22nd Avenue, Miami,'Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or hefmu the Mth day of April. I85S. If yuu fail to do ad. Judgment by default will be taken against Enu .for the relief demanded in the III of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for fbur consecutive weeks in THE JKWlVlI "FI.ORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this -'oth day of March, A.D. 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, UlrculJ Court, li.nle County, Florida By M C. OREEN Deputy Clerk jjJSousT r-os .RY^ (Circuit Court wl) J'f STEPHEN %  KFSSI.ER Attorney for Plaintiff i s u 22ml Avenue, Miami 3/27 — 4/3-10-17 Florida IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 158199 JENNIE RI8EMAN, Plaintiff, vs. MAN R1SEMAN, Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: MAN itlsKMAN. Ledgehlli Farm, B ooklj n, Connecticut You ai.hereby notified that a Kill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed ,-tKalnst yon and you are hereby ,l to serve a copj at f6vx Answer to the Hill of Complaint on Plaintiff's attorney, ami file the original Answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on ot before the llth day of May, IMS: otherwise, the allegations of said Bill of Cojnplalnl will he taken as confessed against DATED this 2nd day of April. 1953. B. H. LEATHERMAN Clerk of Circuit Court 1U It II. RICE, JR. (Seal) Deputy Clerk GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Attorney for Plaintiff 420 Unoeln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. /l8-17-4 — e/1 iN T HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ft,!> V !£I h V JDIC,AL CIRCUIT IN ft, N D F 0R D ADE COUNTY, FLORDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1M452 ROBERTA IIIKSCII. Plaintiff 8TA 2kSX ""'^'H. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO; STANLEY lilltscil 820 \\ est End Avenue New York, .New kork, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Lin of Complaint for Divorce has ben filed against vou in tthe above entitled cause and vou are herebj required to serve a copy or your Answer to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorneys, and file the original in the office of the Clerk of Hi.Circuit Court on or before the llth da> of May, l'.:,:i, oth.ru N,. ., Decree Pro Confeaao will be entered against you. This notice shall he published once each week for tour consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Dated at Miami, Florida, this 10th oaj of April. i:•:,::. E. I: LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court BY: WM. W. STOCKING Deputy Clerk I'ALLOT, SILVER *i Ml'LLOY Attorneys for Plaintiff 701 fongress Building. Miami. Florida 4/17-24 — 5/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in C'M;!"'V; ",'.".'.'' r "'" "ytTUoua name of Till. MOMM8EN VITALITY MASSAGE CENTER, at 16a Westward Drive. Miami Springs, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. EARL MOMMSEN VIRGINIA MOMMSEN MARX M. FABER Attoi ne] for Applicants 3/27 — 4 I-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hint II e undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fli %  %  me ol HEREDI APARTMENTS, at T 1> J -1 Eu.lid Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, Intend-to reglsl ne a itli the cierk ol the CIr< ill Court oi Dade County, Florida. i wxn: KOPEL SHEINER .v SPIELER for Applicant J02 Roper Building, Miami. Fla, 4 3-10NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In undei the fictitious n ime of ADVANCE MORTGAGE COMPANY at 5700 Devonshire Boulevard, .Miami, Fla., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I Mde CountJ %  Floi Id i HENRY A KAUFFMANN EI.KY STONE Attorney for Henry A. Kauffmann 4/17-24 — 5/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of STANDARD STEEL SALES CO. (NOT INC.), at 605 Lincoln Rood, Miami Beach, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. RALPH HANDELMAN MICHAEL M. ISENBKRG Attorney for Applicant 1407 Biscay ne Bldg. 4/3-10-17-24 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 158021 CARMINE LoNtiOBARDI, Plaintiff vs. MARY LDNGORARDI, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: MARY LONGOHARDI. 314 West 77th Street New York City, New York You arc required to serve a copy of the Answer to the Bill of Complaint upon the plaintiff's nttorney, Morton Rotheiiberg, 12u Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Florida, and file the original in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before April 27, 1953; otherwise, said Bill will be taken as confessed by you. Dated this 26th day of March, A.D. iNi, E. It. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court Hy R. H. RICE. JR. 'Sean Deputy clerk 4/3-10-17-21 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 MORALE*. c/O Buccola 1980 W. llth Street Brooklyn, New York. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you in the above entitled cause and you are hcreliv required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorneys, and file the original In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before Hi. J'.rd day of April, IKS, otherwise a Decree Pro Confeaso will be entered against you. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. Dated at Miami. Florida, this" 23rd day of March, IMS. E. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of Circuit Court By: WM. W. STOCKING Deputy Cierk PALLOT. SILVER & M1I.LOY Attorneys for 1'lalntiff 7 'I Congress Building, Miami, Florida :; 27 — I ::-iii-i7 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in u U 2 l u££ <. u ££ er ""' u ''""' name of l ,:\ M ., l sim l : APARTMENTS, at -' %  --•--•Pennsylvania Avenue. Miaim Beach, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. WOLFE MENDELZYS MIRIAM MEN! IELZYS ALBERT FRANK ESTHER FRANK WILLIAM I BRENNER Attorney for Parties 4/3-10-1T-LM NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 29926A In Re: ESTATE OK SARAH IDA GLICKMAN, Deeea-.d To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: Yoi. and each of you. are heceby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or cither of you, may have against the estate of SARAH IDA OLICKMAN, deceased late of Dade Countv. Florida, to the Honorable County" Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offiees In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to he sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date March 27, A.D. 1953. NATHANIEL GLICKMAN As Administrator of the Estate of SARAH IDA GLICKMAN. Decea-'d MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Administrator 4/3-10-17-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that the Unde: si'-ilied, dc-irinijXto enna'-rc ;n business under the fictitious nai I THE BEAUTY NOOK, at 11067 N.W. ,th Ave., Miami, int. ml to n said name with the Clerk of th cult Court of Dade Countv, Florid,. BETTY JOHNSON RUTH L. HOLDEN 3. 27 — 4 '3-10-17 NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION FOR PUBLICATION Notice is hereby given that the partnei hen iron insisting between us, HEN RUBIN, HAROLD GRAHA M and SIDNEY RUBIN, heretofore carrying on busini ss as lor d — ratora at 2388 Weal I Sir. .1. Miami. Florida, under the styl firm "f Btarobln ^Sons, has been dissolved by mutual cons. %  and from the 1st day of April, I95S, so far as concerns the said HAROLD GRAHAM Who retires from the said firm. All debts due to and owing by the said late firm will -be received and paid respectively by BEN RUBIN and SIDNEY RUBIN who will continue to carry on the said business In partnership under the style of Starobln & SonsDated the 1st day of* BEN RUBI HAROLD SIDNEY III 4/10-17-24 — 5/1 prll, IMS. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 158236 JACOB KoRNFELD, PLaintlff, vs. NEHAMA KORNFELD, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: NEHAMA KoRNFELD 21156 East 22nd Street Brooklyn, New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve .i copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint -for Divorce on the Plaintiff's attorneys. GENET \OENET, 120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Florida, and file the original Answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the llth day of May, 1953, or a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. DATED at Miami, Florida, this 3rd day of April. IMS. i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court Dade County, Florida Bv II. H. RICK. JR. (Seal) Deputy Clerk 1 IO-lY-24 — S l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ol B. B. INDUSTRIES, at 44 N.W. 6th Miami, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Clrquit. Court of Dade County. Florida. BEN BORNSTE1N 4/10-17-24 — 5/1 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Th Jawtsh Floridlan noHcfts your legal notice* W erpprerlcrt* your paironaga and guaran DM accurate serrlc* at Waal rate*. Phons 2-1141 for messenger %  •rrica LT: COMPANY I ^gs^ I* N. C. 2nd ST. MIA t >


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rhood Council Will Hold Elections n 0 f permanent M}? e !" workshop program will be la of the day when the ffora luncheon session_on Jewish Sisterhoods „ luncheo lL. April 2 2nd, at the Trocadero Restaurant. Mrs. Simon April, temporary president, will preside at the gathering of presidents and representatives of the seven affiliated groups. The Council is a chapter of the Women's Branch of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America and will function under the auspices of the national unit. It was organized at a meeting in February. Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Jacob will be responsible for the program. The application of material sent by the national office are the Sisterhoods of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, Beth El Congregation, Beth Tfilah will be highlighted. A skit, with I Congregation, Knesseth Israel tunes based on melodies from South Pacific, will be presented. Affiliated groups of the Council Congregation, Hebrew Academy, Young Israel of Miami Beach and Congregation Beth Jacob. %  : "K. / T< Jim +**.•+,:,• %  %  +• %  .v...-. 111 % %  ... %  %  %  % %  ?;-* ^* Wtf,**WV-^ ~ -. %  --*0 |v "•-••HI ibNhlNrik* Saluting Israel's five years of freedom They could be your own neighborhood kids, healthy, happy, carefree. Actually, they're typical kids of Israel. And they really have something to rom? about-rheir country's fifth birthday, April 20th. There's cause for you to celebrate, too. For through your support of the United Jewish Appeal you helped Israel '-ocome a stronghold of freedom in a critical area. Partly because of you these kids are growing up in a land with free elections, fair courts, free education, a free press, freedom of worship and freedom from fear. In five years, Israel has made amazing progress in the face of a staggering array of problems-the influx of 755,000 homeless refugees-the need for new cities, settlements, industry and to expand agriculture. But Israel's difficulties are far from ended. Some 240,000 newcomers still live in shacks and huts. Vast projects of absorption, land development and irrigation remain to be carried out. Above all, Israel's gates must remain wide open to all who can come. On this fifth anniversary of Israel's freedom, then, resolve to help as never before. For freedoms sake-to keep the gates open -give to the United Jewish Appeal. Give through your communitu campaign-today. Because Lives Depend on Us United Jewish APP eal Must Raise $144,524,250 in 1953 o behalf of United Iel Appeal • Joint Dilution Co.mit.ee • United Service for New American, IN 1953, THE U J A MUST: Help meet 0M needs of Jewish refugees and speei them to Israel and elsewhere. Provide vital aid to 500.000 dependent Jews in Israel, Western Europe and Moslem lands; Strengthen Israel with aid in sr/tling 240,000 newcomers and increasing fovl production; Assist thousands of DP's in the U. S. —or coming this year. IN GREATER MIAMI % %  Give To The Combined Jewish Appeal 420 Lincoln Road Mezzanine Miami Beach 39, Fla.



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t XGE2 B s *JmlsitnorAM9ff ld bloH iir// lls/ i f PRE nJAvte Mill BEACH WILL KIGKOFF METRO IY; PEPPER SPEAKS SE LIVES With nearly 400 key volunteer workers poised to launch the biggest community campaign for funds in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal, the Miami Beach area will sponsor its kickoff breakfast on Sunday. April 19th. 10 a.m., at the Empress Hotel. A record turnout is expected to hear an address by Honorable Claude Pepper, former United States Senator. Some 400 volunteers will receive assignments for the door-to-door campaign to raise Miami chairman, conducted a refunds for Israel and for people in port meeting on Monday. April need everywhere. 113th, at Beth David Congregation •aSH'K BeaCh Chai !" n Harold attended by approximately 50 volShap.ro has announced that a flood unteer workers Saal reported that fn th. n7^' n % a re ^' nS re ^ ived amoun,s in of 1200 ha ve !" !l,ir?r heC u re,,er ^ T a,read v bwn >* and that 2S? ,T Cdera,, n He urgcd ,he : nearly 2.000 pledge cards are beEkJ7 V l at,end ,he ing worked b >' ,h < southwest area AJ^L. volunteers. Contributions in the According to a recent announce are>a totalled $13742 in 1952 SIS T C g0n era A mass mM>tin K and fund raisSl^fE. i H f Carnpa,gn goa ', f ing event was held last week at FsSJfL? d t t fln elv '" ; Igh t.";,he Hialeah-M.ami Springs Jewish thpHm^-Jw ~k" i "ted I Community Center, according to under SSXT "T"? SS^! •**" "^"^ fr0m Mrs Elias Z IQ^T ,0 aCh eVe j Rainbow and !" Kneapler. co-' me IDJ goal. chairmen of the Hialeah area. Fol-! n,U P vil a re S T US an f Sig l,,um8 an **" b > Rbbi Mor",?! S a e ;' de o nt ln Europ ay and rjs skop. of the Coral Gables Jew ni tor r r ma "1, ^ ^ C9MU ^* W ** "^^de in !" ? r a P^Phot to underan unprecedented wave of unified, stand \vh:,t [i going on l>ehind the support Sf^'fefi! KanC POin,i u K l Thcodore R"binson. president of isfav 'a-" f JeW c %  '""•" %  nded the cooperation and h ,^ '7 h VUal CaUM %  •* %  Participation Philfor the Appeal Jewish Center, joined Robbwon In ,h, .hira • breakfast is l!u p ,, (i ,, e „ f ort 'bird in %  pru hrou h the Metropolitan Division to secure 'duni 9 Miami Beach Metropolitan Division leaders plan their kickoff breakfast for ^ 19th. at the Empress Hotel. Some of the Combined Jewish Appeal Majors sho Chairman Harold Shapiro (seated left) and Metropolitan chairman Harry Zuk MI right) are: Irving Strauss, A. Budd Cutler, Frank Gordon, Irving Schatzman H Isidor Cohen, Tobias Simon and Leonard Glasser. Sealer center is Irving Berntv, .>l€nti<*<>llo Lactic* !r r in ,:uh ar,a "''Hold IEi.miiiatf<* the county and to guarantee maxi-1 K %  %  %  mum contributions by all Jewish resident-. "I am appealing directly to each Jewish resident on Miami Beach to accept his share of responsibility in this critical campaign to save lives," said Shapiro early this week. These volunteer workers Sale April l.h The Ladies' Auxiliary of Congregation Monticello Park will conduct a rummage sale on April 19th through 21st at Shells Market. Heading the committee in charge of the project is Mrs. Leonard Weiss, assisted by the Mesgoing forth to visit you in your, dames D. Abramowitz. E. Breghomes are on a mission of mercy m an. N Feinberg, M. Hornstein, and deserve to be welcomed." M. Lasser, H. Mellion and H. PinMeanwhile, more than one-third | eus. of the Metropolitan Division quota j A feature of the recent meeting has now been achieved in behalf; of the Mollie Kahaner Auxiliary of the Combined Jewish Appeal, it' was a discussion on the communwas announced early this week by ity's needs regarding elementary Metropolitan Division Chairman schools in North Miami Beach led Harry Zukernick. ; by Mrs Elnora Krueger. principal Greatest preliminaryincreases J of Fulford Elementary School in contributions were announced by Ben Clein. chairman of the Flagler-Granada Metropolitan area, which raised SI.500 in last years campaign and has exceeded $2,000 in the current drive, with more than 260 pledge cards stili being worked by volunteers here Irving Saal. southwest area w chairman, and M. J. Kopclowitz, Plan CJA Party At Westview Club For Thursday Evening Approximately 400 persons are expected to attend the Combined Ji wish Appeal Trades Division cocktail party and show night on Thursday evening, April 23rd, at the Westview Country Club. Trades Chairman Sam J. Heiman declared here this week that the division reports to be submitted on Thursday evening should exceed S600.000 with a possibility of eventually reaching the trades goal before the campaign ia ended. Named as hostesses at the dinner affair are the Mesdames Sam J. Heiman, Harold Rand, Leo Ackcrman. Sam Resnick and Sam Weissel. Night club acts, entertainment and music will be the order of the evening, according to the committee, and no campaign problems or assignments will be discussed. Dance music will be provided by Crusty Dry bread and Ms orches tra. Assisting the hostesses with plans for the evening will be a committee of some 40 trades unit chairmen representing many industries, professions and businesses. tllS-F Memorial For Six Million Simon Seiden will present a special memorial dedication to the memory of the six million martyrs killed in Europe on his radio program. Jewish Forum of the Air, Sunday, 10 a.m., over station Journal 1tm <>n f# Awarded Fifth anual donor luncheon of Tamara Chapter, Mizrachi Women, was held on Tuesday at Grossingers Pancoast Hotel. The occasion celebrated the publication of the Fourth Annual Donor Journal. Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, hostess, presented special awards to the •Journal Queen, Miss Lillian Bogdan, and to the ladies-in-waiting, the Mesdames Irving Levy, Israel Slotsky. Max Sternstein, Israel Vulish. Sidney S. Margulies, Abraham Barian. Jack Kane, Sam Herman and Betty Snyder. Mrs. Emanuel Karger, regional director, addressed the group and awarded certificates of merit to the highest fund raising members. Guest speaker for the event was Rabbi Morris A. Skop. Israeli songs were sung by Cantor Maurice Mamches. Coral Gables Metropolitan Division of the Combined!, Appeal starts its door-to-door campaign with a bieakfoll at the Colony Restaurant Shown greeting principal i Judge George E. Holt (center) are (left tc right) Sam ... Coral Gables chairman; Harry Zukernick, Metropolitan( man; and Morris Simon and Max Friedson, majors. Our UN Newsletter Shown planning the Combined Jewish Appeal door-io-door campaign in the Hialeah-Miami Springs area are community leaders representing more than 500 families. Seated (left to right) are Rabbi Morris Skop. of the Coral Gables Jewish Center; Mrs. Elias Rainbow, co-chairman of the Metropolitan Division; and Reverend Leo Heim, of the Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Center. Standing rear (left to right) are Mrs John Strumn; Jack Kirschbaum. president of the Flamingo Lodge, B nai B nth; Phillip Gouz. president of the HialeahMiami Springs Jewish Center; Mrs. Theodore Robinson, president of the Flamingo Women's Chapter. B'nai B'rith; and WU !" %  1 Y 1 "' a>chainaa ^ <* ** CJA. The campaiqn is onlv Tevn Ago tiroup Of CJA Mmmtm On Oanvorama The Teen Age Group of the onbined Jewish Appeal met to discuss plans for a Greater Miami Dancerama on Saturday night i April 25th. in order to encourage participation by youth here in the current CJA drive. Hcpresentatives of more than 40 i youth organizations in Dade County attended the meeting Emanuel ,Tropp. activities director of the : Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, is coordinator of the Teen Age Division. George Lefcoe has been selected I chairman of the youth group assisted by Row Marie Strauss,' KMI •rcfa-;-. By ARTHUR LEWIS (Copyright, 19S3, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Int.) UNITED NATIONS—Now that we have got over four finU ment at the Soviet peace movies, and I can say that the OKI flabbergasted observers at the United Nations more than ajj was the release of the Jewish doctors and the repudiation of tki Kremlin murder plot, there is speculation here on whether H sians will resume relations with Israel. This is considered to be well within the beundi of ,_ at it is pointed out that Hie Soviet Government his not i repaired a miscarriage of justice but has actually revertedi| The whole tenor ef reports from Moscow indicate this. Mm press has been lambasting the wretched members of H'_ Policy who must have been just carrying out orders not on fabricating evidence and making false charges but, *s Pritai it, for preaching race hatred and scorn. Some of the diplomats here are asserting that this Soviet without precedent in history, that never before has a dku reversed its policy, as the Russians would seem to have revere! anti-Jewish policy, without a revolution. Such a view would H be an exaggeration, for there was the Hitler-Stalin Pact of 1 was as much a reversal of policy as the present repudiation charges against the doctors, although of a different nature b no denying that it is an amazing move. However, it is noted here that, from the very beginning, *j Government seemed to be a bit Jittery about its anti-Jewish am It must have realized the ill effects it was having not only in but in the Western Communist Parties. There were efforts %  balance this anti-Semitism by honors bestowed on certain" Jews, but apparently the policy as such could not be chanl* after the death of Stalin. Soil Israeli delegates here tend to treat this Soviet move ~ greatest caution; they say that the charges against the Jew* were not made in isolation, that they were part of the socaW" national Jewish Conspiracy and that their exoneration while wj does not mean the end of the issue. They also point t j* "J Jews, including Israeli citizens, are still being held in jails a Slovakia for complicity in this alleged plot. When Israeli Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett p d %  I New York on his way to Washington, there were rumors i i would see Andrei Vishinsky, the former Soviet Foreign*"' j now permanent representative at the United Nations. How m Sharett denied any such intention; he explained that it • Soviet Union to make the first move. The Israeli For *" had conversations with leading American officials, lu "JJ dent Eisenhower and Secretary of State Dulles, and ""Jaf 1 granted that one of the subjects-discussed was the quo*"* 1 Israel relations. The Israeli Government has gone as far as it can in ] the dignity of a nation, to indicate that it would luxe '"^^j normal state of affairs with the Soviet Union; I ^"* d & J Gurion himself has said that there is hope for |**V1 I || relations now No more than this can be done in W 2ZA da*n here. It is up to the Rusaians. and if they want 'j^Z. m im relations they wont wait for any hints or come-ons to m



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lliewiislbJEIlioipidliiaun FLORIDA FRIDAY. APRIL 17. 1953 SEC. B \butz Movement In Crisis; Open Camp Battles Reported 1! Agency LEPH SHERMAN i The falling off in recruitment !" „ K io'has suddenly faced the kibbutzim Jewish Telegraphic inc.) jwith internal problems. The ongRecent outbreaks J inal settlers are getting on in years, their kibbutzim have lost much of their youthful community spirit, and many members in one northern kiba wave of expulsions in Ihers are the most recent of the crisis affecting x movement It may surL to hear of such a crisis; [the kibbutzim are econnumerically stronger tr before, and their Ents sill lend themselves Cation Yet the bitter Hits and fights, the kiblilurc to keep pace with i of other forms of agrii Israel and their inability seriously among Israeli point to serious undertficulties. when the state was (kibbutzim accounted for 1 the Jewish agricultural i and eight percent of the jrish population of Palesfcce that time, the growth Ration has left them be, account for less than bent of the present yishuv [than a quarter of the Jewlultural sector. During the lur years, their overall ] has increased by some 25 [while cooperative and infarming villages have In number during the same butz, they were being expelled wherever they showed themselves. In Yad Hannah, a new kibbutz, where Snehists were relatively strong, they sent in reinforcement from elsewhere to try their ny spirit, ana many memoers ..,-.., hanker after more family life, i h and at capturing the kibbutz. Kibprivacy and comfort Instead of j butz Hamcuahd sent in its battle huts or tents, the members want f squads, and the police had to instone huts or prefabs with indoor |tervene, though there is little conveniences; GOOD WISHES — Mrs. Louis Glasser. who leaves for Israel next week under the auspices of State of Israel Bonds, receives a hearty handshake and good wishes from Joe Rose, chairman of the Greater Miami area for Israel Bonds. With them are Sam Friedland and Judge Harold Spaet, chairman of the Israel Redemption Month Campaign. Form Committee Chairmen Named the communal din1 ing room, once the heart beat of kibbutz social life, is increasingly regarded as irksome; one sees members collecting their food in containers and taking it away to eat en famille, collecting their tea, jam and sugar to have tea in the privacy of their home, something contrary to the former spirit of the kibbutz. Ls Communal Living If Israel youth is to be attracted away from urban or individual life, this process will certainly further, and doubt that Kibbutz Hamcuhad will To Aid Ihilrh A Jewish Committee has succeed in carrying the day and formed t0 nelp victims of the getting rid of open Snehists. Then quiet will reign till the next split. J The problem still has a long way to run, and it is reasonable to suppose that the kibbutzim will weather the storm in the long run as they have done in the past. Even if their present recruiting campaigns are successful however, it seems unlikely that they will ever regain their old influence; though they will always have many contributions to make to Israel life in been recent flood in Holland by Dr. Max Dobrin, medical consultant at Mount Sinai and Jackson Memorial Hospitals. Representing the Jewish community on the project are Rabbi For Annual Meet Mrs. Milton Sirkin, chairman of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Annual Meeting, has announced appointments of community leaders as chairmen of important working committees to direct arrangements for the annual Moses Mescheloff, president of the j affair. Rabbinical Association of Greater! Mrs. Louis Makovsky has been have to be carried iurtner, ana the way rf ex p erim ent, education many members favor relaxation of „ curitv and absorption ol communal living while retaining a communal economy. They also favor a grant of cash to members to spend as they please, greater expenditure on raising the members' standards of living to urban levels even at the expense of the expansion of communal property. The purists, of course, oppose these trends bitterly, and these differences have colored political struggles inside the movements. The growth in size and wealth of s the kibbutzim has also raised the or new blood. The war I problem of kibbutz d mi nistrat.on iftermath killed their main | and democracy, the powth named chairman of the Arrangements Committee, and Mrs. Aaron Farr will head the Attendance Committee. In charge of the Program Committee will be Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof, with Charles R. Jacobson. Federation publicity director heading the Publicity Committee. Additional appointments to the Attendance Committee include: j Mrs. Frances Miller, Mrs. Faye Ab'lin, Ehiel Lesowoder and Mrs. 'Frank Wellins. Mrs. Ed Greenwood has been added to the Arrangements Committee. The dinner affair will be held on Sunday evening, May 17th, at while at the same time large-scale immigration who lacked a Zionist or Ing background. Some took ling as smallholders, most Mnto the towns, but few Jtraeted by kibbutz life with pise emphasis on collectivpisis of the kibbutzim may as the problem of adjusti completely new conditions about by the formation of kte The kibbutz grew up pie mandate to meet a speof needs, a whole nexus loyal ties and habits, ested interests grew up it acting as something of on further development. Mandate Regim* on. as colonization meant new territory surroundhostile or potentially hostile pillages under an unsympaI government determined to the least it could in the services, the kibbutz had advantages over other J of colonization. It was helped for the organization of i defense and education, and ptral budgeting, enabled it to problems of initial developBeing an administrative as an economic unit, it could on from scratch in the midnowhere. Its members' and idealism were essential eping them in isolated spots difficult and dangerous confcs, away from the towns or areas of continuous JewMtlement. *y, however, most of the able land has already been over to continuous Jewish hnent, while it is only on the Bers that kibbutzim have a role. Elsewhere, the of security is borne by the and police. There are many essential tasks competing the kibbutz for glamour, le the individual fanner too .feel that he is carrying out Jduty to the state and people Pll by farming on his own. butz expense. These differences have combined with national political divergencies to create severe idological splits. Since ideology is often the force which keeps members in the kibbutz loyal to it and ready to accept its hardships, ideological differences have a far more explosive effect than they do in more "normal" communities. Ein Harod and Yad Hanah, two of the best known "kibbutzim divided against themselves" epitomize these developments. Ein Harod was the largest, richest and oldest kibbutz of the collective settlement group which until two years ago was the largest of the three labor kibbutz federations. This group, Kibbutz Hameuhad, had a majority of Mapam supporters and a substantial minority of Mapai members. By 1950, friction between the two groups made life almost impossible, and the kibbutzim began to divide-up, minority groups leaving and joining other kibbutzim where their trend was in the majority. At Ein Harold, where Mapai supporters had a slight majority the kibbutz was to have been divided into two, but the Mapam refused to accept the settlement terms handed down by the Hist* drut Agricultural Council, the accepted arbiter in such questions. So lor a year the two groups have been living together like embattled spouses waiting lor a divorce_ There have been two outbreaks oi serious fighting when police and ambulances had to be called in. Valuable property has bee" destroyed, work and — MJ have suffered, the young people have been affected, and in severa cases husbands and wives, parents and children, have been ertranged \e^nt P "battles at Yad Hannah resulted from the split inside Mapam itself when the Sneh Group was expelled for attempting to justify the Prague trial. Since Sneh s avowed supporter, did not succeed in winning a majority in any kibWWMW**i FRANKFURTERS CORNED BEEF SALAMI BOLOGNA PASTRAMI You iu.t haven't tasted a really good fr.nkfurtar until you tasta these. Choke Western corn-fad boat subtly pawned to tantalizing goodness. And tha Salami is truly truly wondarful. Nothing matches tha exquisite, axaltad bouqu.t and flavor of MMthat e.rria. Kosher trade markl ISf i BRAND th. LOOK FOR THIS SIGN proud Israel Demand ISRAEL KOSHER... Get What You Demand! tjj Israel National Kosher Sausage Co., Inc 23 0 N W. 5th STREET MIAMI < I 1



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*JB*>am. %  %  ^^^ <*AP *. Levenson MOMP l wt|WWWPifiw loun t Sinai, Oroviti Announces f • H president of the "the need for additional x-ray equipment has been keenly felt. This gift will enable Mount Sinai to be of greater community service." I, trustees of Mount Sinai announced last week the ktion o f a $20,000 gift to from Jacob Sher and Snson. president and vice respectively, of the ler Kennel Club. ft will be used for the .""of the most recently per'rav equipment," Oroviti that patients at Mount pital may have available the most accurate type %  cally possible." He pointed ,t the hospital's x-ray det made 8.612 examinations 952. and used over 23,0000 our constantly increasing load," Orovitz explained. Mescheloff To On Program Moses Mescheloff, presithe Jewish National Fund here, will speak on the of the fifth anniversary fl independence Day, on the chechter Radio Hour, Sunnoon, over station WMBM. Mescheloff will describe teasing share that world las in the new state through chase of Jewish National and and its development. br Aaron Weingarten, a naIsrael and now cantor of Mtion Beth Jacob, will renfumber of selections. The new x-ray machine will contain such modern features as a "tomograph" which will enable physicians to make film at a specific depth within a person's body, ac-l cording to Dr. Alfred G. Levin, I director of thee hospital's X-Ray Department. It will also be equipped with photo-electric timers which automatically* expose the film for the proper length of time, thus eliminating the possibility of error on the part of the technician. The machine will also be of the latest design, with the x-ray tube suspended from the ceiling. The functional design enables the technician to work with greater ease and swiftness. An additional feature of the new equipment will be a spot-film attachment which will enable physicians to make "spot x-rays" in conjunction with the use of fluroscopy. The unusually high speed of the new equipment will permit better examination of infants and of moving parts of the body, such as lungs, heart and stomach. Exposure times as short as one-sixtieth of a second will be made possible, according to Dr. Levin. w Pine .Opens* Offices Louis Fine, certified public accountant, announces the opening of his office for the general practice of accounting at 1739 SW 8th Street. *\ I WANT MY MILK Shown above signing a $20,000 check as a gift to Mount Sinai Hospital is S. C. Levenson, vice president of the West Flagler Kennel Club. The contribution, jointly presented by Levenson and Jacob Sher, West Flagler president, will be used to purchase additional x-ray equipment for the hospital. Looking on are Samuel Gertner, executive director of Mount Sinai, Sher and Max Orovitz, hospital president. \ Director Dies k—Lewis Neikrug, 53, over-' Wctor of HIAS. the Hebrew hnt Aid Society, for the ien years, died in the Amerjospital h?re on April 8th, Jhe had been confined for It two months for treatment kbdominal ailment. RENT A TYPEWRITES 5DING MACHINE CALCULATOR All late Models FREE DELIVERY NEW HERMES |BREW TYPEWRITER AMERICAN fypewriter Co. 3 N.E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-3441 Human Relations Taught To Nurses A unique program which combines human relations and nursing education" is being conducted at the Mount Sinai Hospital's School of Practical Nursing, it has been announced by Gilbert J. Balkin, Anti-Defamation League, and Miss Frieda Lebensbaum, director of the School. Taught by Mrs. Carmen F. Ross, RN, MA, and assisted by Miss Joyce S. Zimmerman, Educational Service director of the League, the course in practical nursing makes use of a wide variety of ADL materials on building good human relations. The films used are incorporated into the nursing courses. The High Wall is used in Pediatric Nursing. The Toymaker shows the similarity between all peoples. The Rumor Clinic emphasizes that rumors can be harmful. Also utilizing ADL materials, Mrs. Ross teaches a course in Interpersonal Relationships which is attended by some 20 graduate, registered, professional nurses. She is assisted by Miss Zimmerman. Rabbi Kronish Discusses Liberal Judaism Sunday Harold Shapiro, commentator on the radio program, Meet Your Neighbor, special feature of the Yiddish Classical Hour, has invited Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom, as his guest on Sunday, April 19th, 8:15 p.m., over station WINZ. 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PAGE 10 A -Jmlstin or**** >MDAY. Israel's Fifth Year Points to Great Prog APftf rogresi By DAVID BEN-GURION Prime Minister of Israel As it completes the first five years of its existence, the State of Israel looks to the future in a spirit of hope and looks back on its brief past with sati faction at its accomplishments. During these five years, this young state in an ancient land has been constrained to defend itself against attack from six Arab neighbors who designed its destruction. Their invading armies had to be resisted and repulsed. In the midst of the chaos inherited from a Mandatory Regime, it had to fashion a modern progressive administration founded on democ racy and led by a stable, freely elected government. Communications inside the country and with the outside world by land, sea and air had to be renewed and improved. The country's industry and agriculture had to be expanded to keep pace with a population increase of unprecedented size Natural resources, which had been unknown and unused for thousands of years, had to be brought to light and pat to exploitation. The country's defense army had to be organized, trained and equipped: hundreds of thousands of immigrants from all parts of the world needed absorbing and fusing together, culturally and economically, and required the opportunity to take root in the revived Hebrew culture of the Land of the Bible with the help of an expanded system of primary and secondary schools and institutions of higher learning. And Israel had to take its place in the family of the free nations ian equal member, seeking peace fur all. far and near. As it enters its snuil year, the difficulties confronting the State of Israel are not inconsiderable. But the accomplishments of the past give us confidence that our effort.in the future will succeed and thjt the goal which we set for ourselves on the establishment of the state will be entirely achieved. On the day of its foundation, our State had a population of 650. 000 people. During the past five years, the population has increased by more than 700.000 immigrants drawn from every country' and by more than 100.000 natural increase The total population in%  crease has been 125 per cent. Our young army has stood its ground against aggressors forty' times as numerous In the midst of the feudalism and instability of the Middle East there has arisen a democratic, sta-' ble and progressive state. The i area under cultivation has been in-! I creased five-fold, and the curse of I desolation which has aflicted half the area of oar land since the beginning of time is being removed by the determined stubbornness of our pioneerModem industrial establish mer.ts have been set up producing chemicals, textiles, metal and food products and many other commodities. A merchant marine has been created to carry' Israel's exports to all parts of the world and to bring in our imports from the Old and New Worlds Housing projects have been developed to provide homes for hundreds of thousands of immigrants New roads have been constructed in the wastes of the Negev. and a new quick approach for modern vehicles has been made possible to the deepest depression on the surface of the earth at the Dead Sea. In the Negev. phosphate, copper and iron mining projects have been opened up for the fullest ex-' ploitation of these newly discovered resources. Food production for the growing population has increased four-fold, and the country is steadily approaching a stage of i economic independence and sta-! bility Throughout this effort, ouri country has been able to depend oon the heroic spirit of the youth of Israel who. like David of old,: had the courage to stand up be-' fore Goliath. The pioneering initiative of the builders of our agriculture and industry' has enabled us to harness to our love of country and our capacity for hard and sustained work, the latest ad-; vances of science and technology. | We are grateful for the great help we have received from Jew-1 ish people in other countries and especially from the Jews of Amer-1 ica and for the sympathy and support of the free democratic world and particularly from the L'nited States of America I would especially emphasize the I notable fact that 500.000 America! have invested in the Independence Bond Issue of the Government of Israel helping us in that way to advance our communications system, expand the network" of irrigation in the wastes of the Negev. construct and expand our ba-ic industry commence the exploitation of our mineral resources and thus promote our economic independence. We face the future with faith and confidence. We shall advance j under the inspiration of the three great visions to whose implementation we shall continue in the' future to devote' all our material and spiritual resources: Develop-1 roent. Freedom and Peace. We! shall continue to develop the natApril 20th marks the fifth anniversary of the Stale of Israel as a sovereign nation. In the spring of 1951. Israel Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion (above) visited the United States to officially inaugurate the State of Israel Independence Bond drive which opened up new avenues of investment capital for the economic development of the new state. Two years before. Israel Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett (at right) had witnessed the raising of his country's flag at the United Nations after Israel, with the Support of America, had been accepted as a member of the world body. Today, just a few years after these momentous event, Israel is again in the forefront of world affairs. Utilizing the proceeds from the Israel Bond Issue, the new republic is achieving progress along the road to economic stability. As Israel celebrates its fifth year of existence. Israel Bond funds are helping the new country to attain economic independence. ural resources of our country', pioneer our waste lands and press forward our industrial progress. We shall strengthen and consolidate our democratic regime built on the firm foundations of human freedom. And we shall stand together with all our might with peace-loving and freedom-loving nations of the world. Arabs Are Advised To Ignore Order gees. Israel ha> agreed, uail ally, to release 1.000.000 poua*< refugee assets. The Jordan Government'. I resulted from protests by refugees who charged that M| plications provided for the: ing of stipulations releasing I of further legal responsibility I the funds. The refugees charged that 19 percent of funds had been taken. LONDON (JTA) — The Jordan i Government has urged Palestine I Arab refugees in Jordan territory • to stop filing applications for the recovery of their funds blocked in Israel, it was reported here from the Old City of Jerusalem. It also urged the British banks acting as Israel's agents in this matter and the United Nations Relief and Works Agency to refuse to accept any applications filed by the refu/ TWENTY-FOUR HOURS TO HELP CHANGE THE FACE OF ISRAEL is the theme of thi. year's Jewish National Fund Flower Day drive scheduled for Tuesday eveLaTorn 21.? and Wednesday.April 22nd. Some 150 volunteer, will cover the ti£ MEJ?B££ ~ according to Rabbi MOM. MeschelofL president of the JNF Council here. ShownZveT. captains planning the intentive campaign for funds. Seated (left to riqht) are Abraham LfT on. Ida Horowitz. Rabbi Mescheloff. Sam Shochno. Ida Bookspan and LdjJTtaS si? deft to right) are Mrs. IW Perte.. Mis. Lillian Barris. Mrs. M^Seeman1*. Jo^nh ££S •r. Mr* Una Mintxe. and ROM Roeenb-g. Gil Rappaport youth le?de7L noTrScun' !" WELCOMED TO MIAMI — Moaha Sharett. te*^/j Minister, is shown with Mrs. Sharett being welcomes anii by Joe Chernex. national treasurer for Sta ( Bond* Sharett paused briefly at International f>iI ^~L to South America and in a statement urged the of pledge, for Israel Bonds.



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MY. A PBIL 17, 1963 urk Lists Candidacy For Another erm On Miami Beach City Council Miami Beach Councilman Harold Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith and served as the first president of Metropolitan Council of B'nai B'rith Lodges. He also served as JjewlsJifhr****, PAGE 9 B 1^ w ho has held that office for L vea rs and who also served as L vo r from June, 1949, until June, 51, qualified this week as a candate for another term as counIman. |As mayor. Turk made a national ne for himself by his untiring forts to promote tourist business Miami Beach, according to ttements by his supporters this ek. He made numerous radio [d TV appearances throughout country in behalf of his city. |c holds medals and other honfrom several Latin-American untries for his diligent efforts further good will and to inLase interchange of tourist travJbetween Miami Beach and the Itin areas," a reliable spokesman Id. Bn 1351. while serving on the Lrida State Improvement ComIssion. Councilman Turk was Tthor of that body's resolution filing upon the State Road Dettmcnt for a survey of the proted Jacksonville-Miami turnpike Harold Turk district representative and president of the Greater Miami Hillel ich laler found the project to Council and now serves as Nationand necessary." a i Hi n cl Commissioner, chosen by Florida's Hc is wideIy connected in civic cees in 1951 as one of the | fraternal and religious circles. He b's most outstanding citizens, belongs to Miami Beach Jewish Hie official has lived in Miami ich since 1937. He is a graduof St. Johns University and practised law here sine* 1938 i is a partner in the law firm of |rk and Newman which he formin 1946. He belongs to the lal and state Bar Associations it admitted to practice in the Supreme Court. Turk is a past president of SholLodge. B'nai B'rith, instituted Coffee Shop Popular Prices Center, Congregations Beth Jacob and Beth Tfilah and Temple Beth Sholom. Turk spent five active years working for better inter-faith relations while serving as public relations chairman for the National Conference of Christians and Jews and as a director of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. He took a leading role in promoting anti-Klan legislation in Florida, including bans against the hooded order in the ordinances of several cities. Turk belongs to the Senior and Junior Chambers of Commerce, the Exchange Club, Young Democrats and Civic League. He is a Mason, Shriner, Elk and Odd Fellow. He and his wife, the former Stella Wohlstadter, are parents of three children. Miami Chapter Sets Stage For Regional Hadassah Meeting Plans for the forthcoming Florida Regional Conference of Hadassah were recently formulated here at the home of Mrs. Milton Sirkin, conference chairman. Mrs. Sirkin was assisted by Mrs. Louis Goldman. Scheduled for May 2nd, 3rd and 4th the Hadassah meeting will be held at the Empress Hotel, Miami Beach. Local members of the Greater Miami Chapter who will serve as hostesses and chairmen include the Mesdames Harry Platoff, treasurer; Henry Nelson, secretary; Joseph Sugarman, registration; Jack Bernard, arrangements. The Mesdames Sidney Lefcourt transportation; B. Zeigmund and J. H. Witt, reservations; Samuel Lepow, hospitality; Bernard Goldberg, visual aids; Moe Feingold, radio and television; Louis Heiman, luncheon and banquet; Nat Waldman, printing and publicity; and the Misses Lilyan Goodman, kits and badges; and Marguerite Marx, mailing. See or Phone Me NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Life Inc. Co. 907 Blscayne Bldo 19 W. Flagler St. Open 8 .ri 'til 2 a.m. "h and Collln. Aeademy Father* Plan Activities For Summer Irving Firtel, president of the Hebrew Academy Fathers' Club, presided at a general membership meeting on Wednesday evening at his home, 431 62nd Street, Miami Beach. Plans for the Annual Children's Lag B'Omer Picnic were discussed, as well as the expansion and building program of the Academy and the club's role in the undertaking. Consideration was also given to proposed plans for joint family recreational activities during the summer months. Hostess was Mrs. Irving Firtel. GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS ""nitur, Tope. Baralad Mirrori and R.silv.ring Our Specialty *~ & C. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORUN %  IRVING GORDON HAVE YOU PAID JNF Council Hears Isaac David Mann The Jewish National Fund Council of South Florida heard a report from a native Israeli at an open meeting on Wednesday in the Tides Hotel, according to an announcement by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Council president. Isaac David Mann was the principal speaker. He is a longtime member of the City Council of Jerusalem and is one of the founders of the Jewish Labor movement in Israel. Nominated to be Mayor of Jerusalem in 1952, he declined that office for reasons of health. Mann is a sixth generation Israeli. With Mrs. Mann, he is now visiting their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chill, of Miami Beach. FOR YOUR ISRAEL BONDS? ISRAEL'S REDEMPTION MONTH MARCH 20 • APRIL 20 t Tm*rtmmd^rwtmimMmmkm Fa—del a* ti|i. m i Hi tow* 16 22 COLLINS AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH As part of a nationwide program of participation in Jewish cultural and educational activities, the B. Manischewitz Company, matzo bakers and producers of kosher foods, recentlypresented to the Bureau of Jewish Education in Miami copies of My Mission In Israel by Dr. James G. MacDonald, first United States Ambassador to the new Jewish State. The books will be distributed to libraries of Jewish schools and Educational Institutions throughout the Miami area. Shown above is Harold Katz (left), a representative of the B. Manischewitz Company, making the presentation to Louis Schwartzmar^ executive diiector of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Faure Quartet Is Premiered At UM Jean Bedetti's Chamber Music class will feature the first Miami performance of Gabriel Faure's Piano Quartet in G minor on the program presented by the University of Miami School of Music on Thursday evening, April 23rd, in Beaumont Hail. The Piano Quartet is the second of two composed by Faure in 1882 and 1886. It will be performed by Ruth Stewart, piano; Roland Vamos, violin; Rono Prince, viola; and Jean Margolis, 'cello. In addition to the Faure number, Mozart's Quartet in C major, No. 17, and the Quartet in F major by Maurice Ravel are programmed. Other performers will include Edwin Grzesnikowski, Max Rabinovitsj, violins; Barbara Winslow, viola; and John Rabe-Steele, 'cello. Bolet. 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PAGE 10 B Jewish fkrMtotL AJCommittee Meet Honors Dr. Ritchie An address by Dr. Miller Ritchie, chairman of the Human Relations Department at the University of Miami, will be the feature of the first annual meeting of the Greater Miami Chapter. American Fred Waring, noted orchestra and choral leader, will present a new song entitled Israel on his Sunday evening show, 9 p.m.. over the CBSTV network and carried by television station WTVJ in Miami. The song will be featured during a major portion of Waring's broadcast dedicated to the fifth anniversary of the State of Israel and to the Israel Bond drive. The premier performance of the new work has been arranged for glee club and crchestrc by Roy Ringwald. It was written by Dorothy Steward, composer of Now Is The Hour and other widely popular songs. 31 r*. Rosenberg >m<*d Beth El Sisterhood Head Mrs. Jack C Rosenberg is the new president of the Beth El Bisterluod. according to an announce ment this week. Vice presidents named to their posts followina a general election are the Merdames Max Rappaport. Abe Pepper and Al Zisman. Other officers*are the Mesdames S. Phillip.-., recording secretary; M Weger. financial secretary; \V. Swimmer, corresponding secre tary: H. Samson, treasurer; and S T Swirsky. chaplain. Board members include the Mesdames J. Blatt. A. Greenbere. I Kirschh >rn. C Indjin. S. Sacobson. C. B. Kahn. E. Kaplan. S. Kes tenbaum. If. Kornstein. L. Litt. S. Miller. S. Palmer. M Pepper. The Mesdames R. Pertes. S. Potash. B. Rosenberg. A. Rosenberg. R Sakowitz. A Sands. E. SchussIcr. S. Sieuel. M. Silver. D. Singer and J. Solinger. Jewish Committee on April 23rd. 8 p.m., at the Royal Palm Hotel. Dr. Ritchie will speak on: Human Relations -The Challenge To Community Leaders. The chapter will present him with an illuminated scroll honoring the services he has rendered the Greater Miami area in the improvement of intergroup u n d e rstanding. Dr. Ritchie is leaving the University of Miami at the conclusion of this semester to accept the presidency of Hartwick College in New York State. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, first president of the chapter, will present a report on the group's past year's activities. The Nominating Committee, under the chairman ship of J. Gerald Lewis, will also make a report. Election of new officers will follow. Reporting on the results of the chapter's current new membership drive. Burton B. Goldstein, membership chairman, will welcome new members present. Seymour Samet. Southeast Area director of the American Jewish Committee, will conclude the meeting with a ('iscussion on the projects in which he is now engaged. Dr. Joseph M. Weidberg. program chairman, is in charge of arrangements. ttrandein Women f— JiVet* In Saxony The second meeting of the year for the Greater Miami Chapter. National Women's Committee of Brandeis University, will take the form of a luncheon at noon today in the Pagoda Room of the Saxony Hotel. Delivering the invocation will be Mrs Irvin? Lehrman. Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg. president, will conduct the business portion of the meeting. Mrs. Harold Turk will present the program to consist of comedy sketches hy Jerry Schultz and wngs by Miss Minii Newmark. Mr. .Schultz and Miss Newmark are University of Miami students. Taking charge of arrangements for the event is Mrs. Max A. Schwartz. Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz is chairman of the Telephone Committee. ESeth El Women Hold Israeli Be'.h El Sisterhood will hold a donor luncheon on Tuesday, April 21st, 1 p.m.. at the Trocadero Restaurant. Featured will be Minna Mell in a dramatic reading. Chairmen of the affair are Mrs. William Swimmer and Mrs S. Miller. I Danny Kaye. star of J screen and radio, willed the featured role in a n( Jj wide Israel Fifth AnruvenJ celebration program pnsiJ ed by the United lewahjU peal. The program. A Wj ard Of Living, is schetfl for Sunday, April 19th, y| 7 to 7:30 p.m. (EST), OTR3 facilities of the NatkJ Broadcasting Company!|[ will be produced by HinJ Brown based on a scriptlf Sam Elkin. *********.* a.AJufc* v And, Maule quality Is always'the highest! Yes, the high quality of the products manufactured and distributed by Maule Industries, Inc.ibr more than three decades, Florida's leader in Quarry,Concrete Products and Builders' Supplies...is known •ery South Florida builder and contractor. So, when you build...build for economy { beauty. Call Maule! one 9-2 8 81 tfAUl INDUSTRIES, INC Salts Offict: 3075 North Miami Avt. • CALL. MAULE FOR HIGHEST QUALITY Certified Concrete Building Cement and Column Blocks Concrete Brick and Central and Transit-Mix Stepping Stones Concrete Reinforcing Steel Colony Concrete Roofing Tile Lumber Concrete Aggregates Mill Work Concrete Joists Builders' Supplies 1 [ x %  *if %  ; i. (T5 !xJT? k in **x.



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PAGE 12 B L *wN£/&*g2G_ GLOBAL SHORTS Thomson Rojerts Immigration Post WASHINGTON — Attorney General Vernon Thomson, of Wisconsin, has sent word from Madison that h? rejected an appoint ment offered bv President Eisenhower as new Commissioner of Imm gration and Naturalization to implement the MeCarran-VS alter Act. Thomson said he had d.-cussed the matter with Attorney Ge"erw Herbert Brownell in Washington. Senator Joseph R. McCarthy had indicated approval of Thomson. Mmm York Bans Rarist Endowments ALBANY (JTAi — Governor Thomas E. Dewey signed a bill last week prohibiting colleges and universities in New York from accepting endowments conditioned on the institutions teaching racial supremacy The measure was endorsed by the Association of Colleges and Universities of New York. It makeacceptance of such an endowment an unfair educational practice. Under state law an institution can lose its standing if it commits such practices Restitution Offiee bWNMM Staff MUNICH (JTA) — Eighteen legal experts have been added to the staff of the Bavarian State Restitution Office in an attempt to speed up processing of restitution and indemnification claims, it was an' nounced here. The additional experts bring to 363 the number of; officials now employed in the office. According to a recent statement by the head of the office, it is processing claims at the rate of 800 monthly and has a backlog of 145.000 claims. German Court Sentenees Slanderers BERLIN (JTA) — Germans were surprised here to learn that a West Berlin court had sentenced two Germans to six and eight-month jail terms for publicly blaming Jews for Berlin's economic difficulties and for expressing the opinion that all Jews should have been gassed by the Nazis. Not only did the severity of the sentences — these are the heaviest handed out by a West German court for this offense — surprise the Germans. Most Germans had forgotten that an Allied Control Commission law directed against the revival and promotion of the Nazi spirit is still on the books. Initiate New Maritime Serviee HAMBURG (JTA) — The SS Daiela Borchard. owned by the Europe-Israel Line, has begun regular service between Hamburg and Haifa and Tel Aviv, it was announced here. Erich Lueth. Hamburg official and initiator of the Peace With Israel movement in West Germany, is flying to Israel for a two and one-half week visit, it was revealed. Hungary To Follow Moscow Policy VIENNA (JTA) — The release in Moscow of 15 doctors, including! six Jews, accused of murdering top Soviet officials, has aroused specuj lation here that the Communist satellite states, particularly Hungary. will follow suit. In Hungary'' some 30 doctors, mostly Jews, have been reported arrested in the past few months. Meanwhile, the Hungarian Government has issued a new regulation providing a legal base for the expulsion of "undesirable'' elements from the major cities. Under this policy many Jews have been removed from the cities to rural areas and to labor camps on large construction projects. > I .1A Head Makes Refugee Study BERLIN (JTA) — The Jewish refugee situation in West Germany and Austria came under scrutiny this week by Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, executive vice chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, who directed field operations in American Jewry's greatest relief endeavor during and after World War II. Accompanied by Samuel Haber, Joint Distribution Committee director for Germany. Dr. Schwartz made a flying trip to Frankfurt. Munich. Berlin, the Foehrenwald camp for JewishDP's and Vienna. Anii—lew ish Leaflets In Germany BONN (JTA i — Ail members of the German Federal Parliament have received savage Jew-baiting leaflets signed by Sweden's notorious Einar Abcrg but mailed in the German city of Neuss near Cologne. Claiming that General Mark Clark is Jewish and President Dwight Eisenhower of Jewish descent, the text threatens that if a third world war should break out. none of the "Jewish war criminals" will survive the following 24 hours. Mayer. Eban Meet In Capitol WASHINGTON (JTA) — French Premier Rene Mayer has met in I Washington with Israel Ambassador Abba Eban for an informal talk 0B world affairs, it was learned here Mr. Eban had previously met] Mayer in Paris The two statesmen exchanged opinions on a number of questions of interest to both Israel and France, but the exact details were not made known. Riblieal Scrolls Found in Cave LONDON (JTA) — The remains of at least 70 Biblical scrolls, 2.000 years old, have been discovered in Jordan in caves overlooking the Dead Sea, it was reported here. G. Lankester Harding, director ai Antiquities in Jordan, has described the finding of the Greek, Hebrew and Aramaic scrolls as the "most sensational archaeological event of our time." Jewish Bodies Labelled Communist WASHINGTON (JTA) — A 92 page report which attempts to link major Jewish organizations with Communism was distributed to members of Congress this week by California State Senator Jack B. Tenney. Tenney was formerly chairman of the Committee on Un American activities of 4he State of California. Tenney's compilation, entitled Zion's Fifth Column, is a carefully contrived appeal to anti-Jewish incitement. The report lists virtually all leading Jewish organizations and religious personalities. 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)A y, APRIL 17, 1953 r Jge Frank Makes Bid For Beach Eouncil Race Scheduled June 22nd (Judge Bernard A. Frank this e k qualiiied as a candidate for flection lo the Miami Beach City buncil on June 2nd. [prank was elected to a two-year uncil terms in 1951. Daring his 5t term in office, his supporters Idicate that he has been active spearheading the following mugcipai projects which have been Coved by the Beach Council [d are now in the process of comLjon: South Beach Pier Park, L], streel Municipal Auditorium, lamirv." Park Swimming Pool and Li), Beach Community Center. Budge Frank, who was born in (ami. was graduated from Miami fcach High School in 1933, and University of Miami Law [hool in 1938. His law practice, irtcd m 1938. was interrupted in fa. when he entered the Army § [ail!41' Present *t a private He served four years, ZJ^T Zm ZV king to the rank of captain. He \ OTf I CCr Suite %  (discharged in 1948, and re-j The Flagler Granada Jewish lined his law practice on Miami Community Center presented a *bn>i*l,nnrirnn*i PAGE 7B Ivia* Bernard frank each. (He was appointed Municipal Urt Judge in June, 1948, and re-appointed for a two-year km in 1949. B*st year, Judge Frank received L Good Government Award from [ Miami Beach and US Champs of Commerce for "initiative p' courage" on behalf of good Ivernment. jAn active civic and fraternal Lb worker. Frank is a member M director of Congregation Beth bcob He is a'.so affiliated with nerican Legion Miami Beach lost 85. Veterans of Foreign Wars, Kami Beach Post, Jewish War leteraii-. Kxchange Club of Miami |each. Zionist Organization of tmerica, Gold Menorah B'nai frith. Miami Beach, Dade County slate of officers for the coming year at a special meeting last night. The following members have been nominated for office: President, Irving Lax; vice president, Ed Peyser and Samuel Kirschner; treasurer, Hy Coverman; financial secretary, Morton Elterman; recording secretary, Mrs. Harry Hirsch; and corresponding secretary, Mrs. Isadora Burak. Listed for the office of Board member for one year were Charles Adelman, I,eon Bernard, Michael Antin, Mrs. Charles Blau, Jack Cohen, Al Constantin, Paul Draizar, Mrs. Jesse Freed, Mrs. George Gittelson, Henry Gordon, Sam Hollander, B. Logue. Joseph Masters, Edward Moore. liami Beach Chamber of ComIcrce. d Florida Bar Associations and Leo Rothstein. Mrs. Walter Stewart, Sidney Stiller, Robert Tauber, Al Ziegler, Mrs. Sidney Stiller, Morton Lebar, Harry Zide, Ralph Lang, Aaron Shapiro, Alfred Dermer, Jack Shaw, Harold Strumpf and Harry Burak. Plans have been made for an installation banquet to be held at 26th [el Yehuda Now taking Applications Applications are now being ackpted for Gamp Tel Yehudah, the Ltional Young Judaea leadership ^ e Colony Restaurant on April piniru camp, according to Harry Sonz. chairman of the Zionist |outh Commission, joint educaonal youth agency of Hadassah tad the ZOA. Camp Tel Yehudah is open to pys and girls ages 14 to 17 and run or. two one-month sessions. he camp will be based on the ftmng Judaea four-fold program group activities, Jewish living, | ( g %  onism and Israel and American • L'fairs Campers are chosen on a I elective basis, Sonz said. ; A camper must have an interkt in the American Jewish way of Jfe." he explained, "since Camp Id Yehudah is a pioneering venire in Jewish creative camping a coeducational basis. It offers ung people an opportunity to prect their energies, abilities and pien-ts along Jewish lines, in the Imosph.ie of cultural Zionism. he camp program blends the best foductof the American Jewish immunity of Israel and of Amer% an democracy." IT'S SMART TO SEE THE IN MIAMI R£ S 2-1598-3 9969 HELLMAN JNERAl CHAPELS. 1743 BAY ROAD | NIAA DAD! BOULEVARD 58-0323 5-0664 24 HR. AMBULANCE SIRYICI NIW YORK CITYi 1512 GRAND CO N CO U RSI TREMONT 2-4800 MM Hellma. B.rtha H.llmor, Sdwlck H.ll-iaIWI HllMa %  • %  LonUr, r.D. "Carlo* Nr Tkat* Yn Cw %  •" Compare IttilW Til 9 [with an* o\hw L brand 1 if fl* Announce Play Writing Contest A one-act play writing contest, under the sponsorship of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, is offering $175 in award money. Dr. J. R. Cunningham, state director of the Florida Regional office of the Conference, announces that the terms of the contest limit the theme of the plays to the field of human relations. Fred Routh, chairman of the University of Miami Human Relations Department, explains that the plays may have themes covering the problems of inter-racial relations, reactions to prejudice and discrimination, problems of integration, social and economic problems and inter-fairth relations. Named the Bowman F. Ashe playwrighting award, the contest closes May 31st. Judges for the contest are Ralph Renick, of WTVJ, Betty Borin, of Miami Senior High School, Routh and Sam Hirsch and Dr. Charles W. Philhour, both Drama professors at the University. American Women finder Scrutiny What Is Wrong With The American Female, will be the topic of a panel discussion presented by the Adult Social Group of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, Town Branch, on Wednesday, April 22nd at 8:30 p.m. Various points of view will be presented by Leonard Wirkus, of the University of Miami, and Fred Nesbitt and Jack Fils, attorneys. Moderator for the discussion will be William Schlessinger. A question and answer period will follow the panelists' presentation. Chairman of the program is Mrs. Zelda Rose. i • i Completion of a giant breakwater marked the close of the first stage in the Kishon Development Project at Haifa, Israel, a bond-financed undertaking which will provide harbor space for smaller merchant vessels transporting Israel's growing cargoes to waiting worldwide markets. When fully complet. ed, the Kishon project is also intended to stimulate the creation of new industries bordering the harbor areas, a short step to waiting freighters and export. Made possible with the assistance of a $3,220,000 appropriation from State of Israel Bond investments, the key Kishon project is one of a series of basic undertakings launched by the Israel Government with the aid of bond monies. 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7 % AGE 4 B +Jf*i9*fhilp9r! Jorge Bolet To Perform Rachmaninoff Concerto On Sunday, Monday Evenings The Concerto No. 3 for Piano and Orchestra. Opus 30, by Sergei Rachmaninoff will be performed by Jorge Bolet when he appears with the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra under the baton of John Bitter on Sunday and -Monday evenings at the Miami Beach and Dade County Auditoriums. The orchestra will be heard in the Overture to a Shakespeare Comedy. Opus 23. by Paul Schwartz. The work is being performed in recognition of the Uni versity of Miami Shakespeare Fes tival currently in progress. The overture is based on incidentaal music written originally for a production of the Taming Of The Shrew at Kenyon College. Gam bier. Ohio, where Mr Schwartz is chairman of the Department of Music. In 1950. the overture won the Richard Oppenheim Memorial Award sponsored by the Canton. Ohio Symphony Orchestra Other works to be conducted by Mr. Bitter include Franz Schubert's Symphony No 5 in B-flat major and Peter Tchaikovsky's Romeo and Juliet Overture. The spectacular career of Mr Bolet has reached new heights in the past few seasons. Not only is. he a widely heard recitalist and now known in practically even music center throughout the Unit ed States and Canada, but he has become a favorite orchestral solo ist with nearly every major symphony on this side of the Atlantic "One of the season's most spectacular concerto readings" was the reaction of the metropolitan press after his debut with the New York Philharmonic Symphony under Dimitri Mitropoulos. and during that same season he made equally successful first appearances with The Congregation Ml meet „T ne *y. April 22M T week by ft M M?• II, '" Special oieu a. %  U, *J LE0 ALLEN ni M5 %  *• litii a *\ Pictured in Israel at a recent Torah VaAvodah Convention are (left to right) Yitschok Raphael. Dr. J. Burg, M. Kurtz, Moshe Goldstein and Rabbi Isaac HaLevy Herzog as the 1953 quota for 50 new colonies in the Jewish State was adopted. Local representative for the organization is Rabbi Samuel S. Siegel. Discusses The Ozarks Dr N. S Hanoka. who has recently returned from Buffalo. Missouri, will be the guest speaker tomorrow. 3 p.m.. at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolf-1 son. 11th Street and Ocean Court. Miami Beach Dr. Hanoka will' .-peak on: My Four Years With The Missouri Ozarks. Irving Strauss will preside. the Philadelphia Orchestra and the Boston Symphony at Tanglewood. In addition to past engagements and reengagements with the orchestras of Chicago. Pittsburgh. Cleveland, Minneapolis. Washing ton. New Orleans. Dallas. San AntOBio and many others. Mr. Bolet now adds to this impressive list his first appearances with the San Francisco Symphony during the present season. Flajgler Women Plan Lunch The Women's Group of the Flagler Granada Jewish Community Center held a monthly Board meeting at the Center on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Jesse Freed, newly elected vice president, was in charge. Plans were completed for a monthly luncheon to be held on April 28th. at 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Leon Bernard, chairman, will be assisted by the Mesdames Aaron Rothman. Jack Cohen and Walter Stewart. The annual Donor Luncheon will be held at the Dixie Belle Inn, on April 21st, at 12:30 p.m.. with Mrs. Sidney Raskin as chairman. Gables Young Adults The Young Adult Group of the Coral Gables Jewish Center will meet on Wednesday evening, April 22nd, 8:30 p.m. The program will include the appearance of surprise personalities. The group is also sponsoring a Just Because Dance on Sunday evening, April 19th, at the Sea Gull Hotel. 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fewiyUEIliDiPidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY F^ME 27—Number 15 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1953 PRICK: TEN CENTS lharett ionfers ith Ike in Attends Meet [Nation's Capitol \SHIN<".TON (JTA) — PresiEiscnhower received Israel's kgn Minister Moshe Sharett at (White House this week and Issed with him various matIconcerning the situation in the Tile East. Israel Ambassador Eban was present. Sharett later described the Dg as "a brief interview" the President. He said that lad told President Eisenhower on the subject of economic [Israel noted the "helpful attiof the United States in the I" He added that he was gratito find the President interin the problems of Israel, the discussion, there was no rence to Israel-Soviet issues, Sharett emphasized, ospects for an Arab-Israel were discussed by Mr. Sharlai his meeting with Secretary Kate John Foster Dulles. The fction of American aid to Israel also discussed by the two tstnen. Sharett. it is understood, le an effort to acquaint Mr. |es with the Middle East situ"as far as Israel sees it." also surveyed, in a general possible negotiations to lift Jpt's blockade of the Suez Canal nst Israel. ollowing his talk with Mr. Bes, Mr. Sharett made it known the Secretary of State has |uded Israel on the itinerary of forthcoming Middle Eastern The Israel Foreign Minister that he hoped Mr. Dulles lira stay in Israel as long as he lid and learn its problem at first Id. rlier, Mr. Sharett had conred at the State Department Henry A. Byroade, Assistant retary of State for Near East. Affairs. After the conlorenee, |ich lasted more than an hour, Israel Foreign Minister said I' the Israel delegation at the lited Nations "will certainly le full account of such changes [have come about" affecting Is11 in the Soviet Union's peace fensive. He pointed out that he Continued en Peg* 9 A inraei Continue* Growth AH Anniversary Neartt April 20 T*T— %  —V %  '""' '•; •'..'.v— —Hilltop view of the mining camp at Be'er Ora about ten miles from FJath, Israel, shows the quarters housing workers and engineers at the Negev copper and manganese mines. This is but one of many industrial areas that have begun to flourish since the establishment of Israel's independence in 1948. Lying fallow and considered worthless for thousands of years, these areas are now contributing to the vital upbuilding of the Jewish homeland. The fifth anniversary of the new state's founding will be marked throughout the world on Monday World Jewry Watches for Sign Of Change In Soviet Attitude Copyright, 1953, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. WASHINGTON (JTA) — The Soviet "peace offensive" whirled on this week, but Moscow's pronouncements and developments within the Soviet Union gave no clue to the extent to which the Communist anti-Jewish program had been reversed and what course the Communists would follow, particularly with regard to the Sstate of Israel, in the near future. While Jews everywhere welcomed with almost anguished relief the amazing Soviet repudiation of the "Jewish plot" charges against 15 Moscow doctors, the Joint Distribution Committee and the Zionist movement, informed sources were extremely reserved in the deductions to be drawn from that development. There were strong probabilities that the "Jewish plot" issue first emerged as part JD^M^terneclBe struggle for power among the Soviet titans— particulars^between interior Minister Beria and Premier Malenkov. If that were the genesis of what Moscow now admits was a fraemup, then this new development does not mean 'any reversal of Communist policy on the Jewish question and on Israel but merely the tactical victory of one of these two Kremlin combattants. The Israeli authorities, watchfully studying all phases of the unfolding situation, remained ready to air the question of the Jews behind the Iron "Curtain from the forum of the United Nations General Assembly. There were hopes that Moscow's repudiation of the "Jewish plot" would be followed up by Soviet overtures for resumption of diplomatic relations with the Jewish State. No tangible signs of such an approach, however, were forthcoming early this week. Ple.ied By Repudiation Meanwhile, Jews everywhere were pleased and gratified by the severe condemnation by the official Soviet world of the Moscow "Jewish plot" allegations which had been likened to a new "Elders of Zifn" libel. The MaaclaeUer sflardian, however, pointed out that the Soviet authorities, in listing the accused doctors who had been released from prison, failed to name two, B. M. Kogah and Y. Etinger. It suggested that perhaps the two men were "no longer among the living** or might be in a hospital recovering from the "impermissible methods" of investigation which the authorities said had been used in the case. Great satisfaction was voiced over the complete exoneration of the late Solomon Mikhoels, oneContinued on Pag* 9 A Reverse Stand on Genocide Pact Weakened By US Refusal To Sign GENEVA (JTA) The abrupt change in policy by the United States Government on the whole question of human rights guaranties, first revealed in Washington last week by Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, created marked pessimism in the United Nations Commission on Human Rights which had expected the United States delegation to continue to tr.ke the lead in preparing a draft covenant. Mr. Dulles announced in Washington that the United States would not sign a UN Human Rights treaty because of the opinion that such rights should be encouraged not by treaty but by voluntary "education, persuasion and example." Speaking of United Nations attempts to protect minorities, Mr. Dulles said that the United States does "not intend to become a party to any such covenant or to present it as a treaty for consideration by the Senate." He assaulted the whole concept of protecting human rights by treaties, i he State Department, under the direction of former President Truman, had energetically sought Senate ratification of the UN treaty on human rights as a means i of preventing such genocide as that practiced by Hitler against the Jews. New Approach The Dulles statement was followed by a message from President Eisenhower to the Commission at Geneva last week in which he reaffirmed American interest in promoting human rights through United Nations action and called for a "new approach." The President voiced his view in a message to Mrs. Oswald B. j Lord, new American representative on the Commission. He made no mention of the statement by Secretary Dulles. Emphasizing that the denial of human freedom in some countries causes the work of the Commission to take on greater importance and meaning, President Eisenhow-' er said. "For these reasons also Continued on Page 9 A denauer Tells Washington on i [WASHINGTON (JTA) — West Vman Chancellor Konrad Adenpr said here late last week that West German Government coolers the reparations pact with *e\ and the Conference on JewMaterial Claims Against GerMy "a moral obligation" which taken "extremely seriously" by the German people. Speaking the National Press Club, he dered: I "I believe that the treaty with ["el. which was ratified by the "Jndestag by such an overwhelmK majority, reflects the strongest anial of the spirit of National "*alism. This attempt at restiftion was taken as a moral obliplwn by all the German people, 7 !" has been taken extremely fnously. We fully realize that those crimes committed by the Hitler regime cannot be undone, nor can the resultant suffering be reversed, no matter how high the financial compensation. But we have voluntarily gone beyond a moral obligation by making a legal contract." Dr. Adenauer said that reports published in the United States about a danger of neo-Nazism in Germany did not "conform to reality." He added: "Naturally, there are still a few die-hard Nazis in Germany. Indeed, it would be a miracle if this were not the case. That sort, of people can also be found, for example, in France and Great Britain, since Naumann received support irom persons in those countries. But a few Nazis do not by a long sight make for a German people controlled by National Socialism. There can be no serious talk about the danger of a neo-Nazism, or right-wing radical influence on the Federal Government, or, the possibility of a new Nazi coup d'etat." Israel Ambassador Abba Eban was among those invited to a reception tendered by the Charge d'Affaires of the Federal Republic of Germany in honor of Chancellor Konrad Adenauer. Israel Minister David Goitein and Counsellor Y. H. Levin attended the luncheon at the Nation Press Club which Dr. Adenauer addressed. To Pass Law Meanwhile, the West German Federal Law to indemnify victims of the Nazis, whose pasage was I pledged in the German agreement with Israel and the Jewish Claims Conference, will be passed before the Parliamentary elections this summer, Dr. Otto Kuester, director of the Baden-Wuerttemberg Department of Indemnification and Reparations, declared in Stuttgart this week. The former deputy chief of the German negotiations team at The Hague conferences on reparations said that the law had been given top priority by the Bundestag Legal Committee and that the committee would redouble its efforts in behalf of the bill's adoption. Jewish circles have expressed deep interest in a memorandum by the state government of BadenWuerttemberg attacking the Federal Government for its reported Germany penny-pinching approach to the question of compensation to victims of Nazism. The 88-page memorandum calls for speedy passage of an indemnification law and criticizes a draft measure adopted by the Upper House of the German Parliament over a month ago. The document was written by Dr. Kuester. In a preface to the memorandum, Dr. Reinhold Maicr, MinisterPresident of the state, attacks attempts at cutting down the claims of the victims and warns that such action would jeopardize the moral effect of the measure "to an extent quite out of proportion" to the proposed savings. Dr. Maier, who is also head of the Upper House Crr/fcr.:d on Pag 9 A



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PAGE 8 B HELIGIOUS DIRECTOTHH BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Saturday morning services are at 9 will hold Friday evening servicesj a.m. Rabbi Alexander Gross will at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning officiate and speak on the topic: Moses Mescheloff will officiate and j discuss: Israeli Independence. Jun-j ior Congregation services are at 9 a.m., under the direction of Benjamin Kaminetzky. Mincha will be at 6:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Eli Berger, of Chicago, Illinois. Daily services are at 7 and 6 a.m., and at 6:30 p.m. The Leper's Cure—Waters Of The Jordan. An Oneg Shabbat for chil*Jmist ncrkHan l tw. dren is scheduled at 3:30 p.m.. 1 sponsored by the Hebrew Academy Women's Organization and under the supervision of Mrs. Alexander Gross. Mincha is at 6 cirmi Osfcto V Rabbi llorrto Ukop, l.n>followed bv Shalos Seudos •"'• -" '' %  • '••'' %  • Av %  '" %  C Mv Synagogue Directory Agudath Israel—Knl'i r. Orthodox, %  %  78111 St. Miami Beach. Beth David — H.iI'M Max Shapiro, Conservative, M!S SW 3rd Av*.. Miami. Deth El— Pr Slim.u yahu Swlrsky. Orthodox, 500 s\V 17th Ax Beth Jacob— K.ihbl Moses ataarheloff, Orth" w.i-li Av.. M B Beth Sholom Rabbi Leon Krottlan, Liberal, mi Ckaaa Ave.. M B Beth Tfiiah Rabbi Joaeptl Rackov-K Orthodox, 'Jii Euclid Ace.. Miami li<>a>>h p.m.. iuiiuv.ru uv onaius o-uu. Down j own Synaoogu rjrthbddk. II Daily services are at 7:30 a.m.. and \\v trd \\. Miami at 6:30 p.m. "Jfl.mi r nad "" *** • • • I Hebrew Academy — Rabbi A'exander a roe*. Orthodox. :-is 6th St.. MB. BETH EL CONGREGATION will H.aleah.M.arm Spring. Reverend ,,,.., .. I..-u II.-uu i : %  'l E 4'ii BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE hold Fr,da y evening sen ices at f Av( .,,,..,,, will hold late Fridav evening serv?ndown. Saturday !" rmng je^i^^^^r "''"'' %  '" ices at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Max J '<* s are *< :3 ? %  m wh on abbl '•' %  •'• Center Rabbi Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mam Shm.rj-.hu Sw.rsky will discuss ***•..£? c the ~ tion of Mrs. Jack Donnerstag. Sub' ow< d bv Mincha a < 6 £ %  •_ &*** ject of Rabbi Shapiro's discourse Seudos W,U conclude the Sabbath Ter.. Miami At'ih.un IM SW :th i-hes officiating and assisted hv the W*''ly Portion. A class in Talj Kneaeth' i.raei Rabbi Abraham CaafhT£e^ aD*B "" BB "* is scheduled as: The Laborers Are I observance. Junior services are in Sluggish. An Oneg Shabbat' will I the Ac-demy Hall at 10 am follow. Saturday morning services i are at 9 a.m.. when the Rabbi will discuss the Weekly Portion. TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Reverend Edward W. Ullrich, of the Robertson Memorial' iees are at 8:45 a.m.. when the Evangelical And Reform Church. Rabbi will discuss the Weekly Porwill discuss: Should Our Spiritual tion. Mincha is at 6:30 p.m. Centers Be Investigated. Dr. Jacob j H. Kaplan will officiate, with Can-] MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENtOI Jacob G. Bornstein rendering TER will hold Friday evening servthe musical portion of the liturgy. j ces at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate and discuss: Miami Beach—Ralvhl Irving l ^/le'tet/ied'tyMem&ueb SPec/ile ft /K An/' f'n /f


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APRIL 17," 1953 %  ^^ ^y" V" nun Zionism Here he Coral Gables Zionist District fhold a symposium on: Modem Lrican Jewry Looks Back On* Zionist Movement From Its innings The symposium is rfuled for Thursday evening, 8 at the Coral Gables Jewish eroding to Morris Simon, presrJewistfhrMian PAGE 11 A : 4fle ambalion..ol a monument to the memory of the late Herbert Hoberman formerly of 2906 SW 17U Street who UASSWI *wajf as aresult o( an,aceidtnt on May 28th 1952, will take place Sunday,'April 19th, 8 p.m„at-Mt, Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi S, T. Swirgky officiating. Mr. Hoberman is survived by his wife Laura; his Barents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hoberman; 4 i brothers, Max oi New Haven, IsiL hC gr ." P r.iSL hn„ B d Qre <*: Hartford.. Morris and Louis ium ty-wide celebration hon ; ^^ ol ^j. also 3 sisters Mrj Israel's fifth anniversary of endence on Sunday, enaninj, 19th, 8 p.m., at the Center, affair will be held jointly the District and the Intercol(e Zionist Federation of AmerLkcrs will be Dr. Jay F. W. ton, president of the Univerfof Miami, and Dr. Elissa iner Eskol, graduate of the lew University of Israel. JojPardo will present a musical of the Jews in song. -District jjames and card party Cheduled for Sunday, April [at the Zamora Jewish Center. it Stockdale Speaks ant Stockdale, Dade County psiojicr from District 5. ap.J as guest speaker of the Miieach Apartment Association Icial inciting yesterday in Esther Applebaum of Brooklyn, New York, Miss Ruth Hoberman of N.Y. City, and Shirley Malavenda of Miami. Arrangements are. in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Perell Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Morris Perell formerly of 4484 Royal Palm Avenue, Miami Beach will take place Sunday, April 19th, 1 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Meyer Abramowitz officiating. Mr. Perell is survived by his wife Nellie, a son Bert, a daughter, Mrs. Rhea Gautz, 2 brothers, Colman and Samuel and a sister, Mrs. Dodlcson, also 3 grandchaldren. Arrangements are in charge of Shenkma n. Unvailiug The dedication of a monument to the memory of the lata Mack Shenkman, formerly of 2369 SW 17th -Tep-ace. will take place Sunday, April 19th, 3 p.m, Mt, Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Mr. Shenkman is survived by his wife, Sarah, and three sons, Bernard, Gerald and Phillip. Arrangements ..are .in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and., relatives are asked to attend. IDcwid. WeRtfefOw. Dies HAVANA — David, Wertheim, national co-chairman ol the National Committee for .Labor. Israel and director of the Latin American Department of the Israel Histadrut Campaign, died here last Friday while on a mission for the Histadrut, Israel's Labor Federation. Wertheim was stricken on the way from the airport to ad' dress a Histadrut Third Seder dinner. He was 56. Itzkowitz Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Fannie Itzkowitz, formerly of 1134 Drexel Avenue, will take place Sunday, April 19th, 4 p.m., at Mt. Sinai Park Cemetery, with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating. Mrs. Itzkowitz is survived by one daughter, Rose, and one brother, Abe Markowitz, also two sisters, Jennie and Sarah. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Club No. 1 Fetes Israel A dinner was held last night by the Pioneer Women, Club No. 1, in celebration of the 5th anniversary of the establishment of Israel at the Knesseth Israel Congregation. Speaker was Rabbi Rabbi Shapiro. A J Con gross Chapter Plans Election Meet Miami Chapter, American Jewish Congress, i plans a n election meeting for Wednesday, April 22nd, 1 p.m.,. at Howard Johnson's, 3237 SW 8th Street. Mrs. Harold Drucker, chairman of the Nominating Committee, will present the. following slate of offices: The Mesdames William Sacker, president; Harold Drucker, Richard Touby and Ceil Kasov, vice presidents; Joseph Weisman, treasurer; Edward B Harris, financial secretary; Sidney Efronson, recording secretary. The Mesdames William Vejans, Rose Dushkin and A. I. Saltzman, corresponding secretaries; and Joseph M. Fine, honorary president. F\\\ PURE mrtscus Masonic Hall. Stock Eliijcussed the needs of Miami Palmer's Miami Monumentt Cornel and the issues affecting the I apartment house owners. Obituaries LEO RUBIN -iit, t. died on April a local hospital, A resident |h>r (he past elstb years, hi' is iiiwife, Dorothy: two ..i .i and Max; ana two t. ilii'Mi>. Ida l.ippe. Of %  Ices were on April at tin Miami Beach Uiverslde II. with Interment on Mount lOeiikt. >. ROSE DALLETT UM.'i Meridian Avenue, died on JSth, In a local lilspltal. A reslIhi-ri' f<>! thipast nine years, [survived by her husband, Jos%  00, Louis; two daughters, Wey liarnva and Mrs. Pearly I i brother* and two sisters, ins were sent to Wilmington, pre, for services and Interment I Miami iteach Riverside. DAVID CHARAK Mi Day Drive, died on April He is survived by his wife. 1)1Bervl.es were on April 9th, at llaml Reach Riverside Chapel. "Menu.nt ,, n Mount Sinai Cemepany. Friends and Telativcs are asked to attend. Tashman Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Max Tashman will take place Sunday, April 19th. 3 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating. Mr. Tashman is survived by 7 sons, Murry, Irving, Sol and Michael of Miami Joseph and Harry of Brooklyn, N.Y. and Herman of Rhode Island, also 13 grandchildren and 2 brothers. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Co. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Jewish Women Conduct Leader Training Institute Mrs. Irving Lehrman, president of the Conference of the Jewish Women's Organizations of Dade and Broward Counties, announces that the conference will hold its second Leadership Training Insti] tute of the year on April 30th, at the Miami Women's Club. General chairman for the April 30th Leadership Training Institute is Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. In charge of arrangements is Mrs. Benjamin Appel. Mrs. Irving Frankel is reservation chairman. G NOODLES Fine, Medium, Brood Tempting. &f wholesome... delicious...reol home-mode flavor! Economical!! BY THE BAKERS OF "OVEN C8ISP'' (UNSALTED) MATZOHS Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 14 N.E. 24th St.. Miami 37. Fla. Phono 3-6866 [HERMAN LUSTGARTEN 1321 SW tih Street, died last IV \ billed furrier, he Is l"l i> his wife, Sadye; and one Rama Ins were sent to "ik rit\ for service! and Inter[l>.v the Hellman Funeral ChapMORRIS WEINBERQ 1"|-1 West Bat Harbor Drive, ["> April th. A winter visitor [ i are, he Is survived Sadie; a brother, a ', i son .mil three grandsons %  ni. ner. -.in to Detroit, Mloh|f"r services and burial l>\ th. %  i m il Chapel ABRAHAM CONSTANTIN I -i ii pan Drive, died on April .retired orchestra leader, he is JKj by two daughters, Mrs. N.idIjilnaml Mrs. tiall lllumenthul, ff New Jersey. Remains were to New York city for services %  terment by the Beach Memorial HYMAN COHEN IjjMl Collins Avenue, died on J'n A retired owner of retail f-ores and a winter visitor here le past nine years, he Is sur|by his wife, Sarah. Remains ent to Buffalo, New York, for M and interment by the Beach pal Chapel. Jackel Unveiling A monument to the memory of the late Dave Jacket formerly of 1502 Jefferson Avenue, Miami Beach was unveiled Sunday, April 12th, 11:30 A.M. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Mr. Jacket is survived by his wife, Henrietta, and a daughter, Mrs. Bessie Atinsky. Arrangements were ill charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Schwimmer Unveiling A monument to the memory of the late Phillip Schwimmer, formerly of 729 Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach, was held Sunday, April 12th at 2 p.m. in the Workmen's Circle Plot of Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Schwimmer ns survived by his wife, Lillian, a daughter Miss Eileen and one sister. Arrangements were in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. r,c HARRY BRODSKY [K2" su 75th Itoad. died Sun%  wn. i of a dry cleaning; estnbt. he came to Miami six years • Is survived by his wife, Henand two .laughters. Mrs. SylHa nnd Mrs. Marporle Tobias. I pai were -. „t to New York City %  "lees and interment by the I Memorial Chapel. I DORA WOLKOWSKY l" Kuelld Avenue, died Friday -ant a. (,eors;U. A resident here • past :',:; years, she Is survived r husband, Joseph: a son. Or. a.tu., brothers and four slsIBBI-WCCS were on Monday at ori.,,i h tiii.-i.l Chapel. Miami JJ.Hi Interment on Mount Nebo .? E SSIE HOROWITZ L *" l.ii. lid Avenue, died here fL resident for the past 28 rwie Is survived by her husband. !" .i son,, John Howard and ari Howard; and a sister. 8ervK'' '" the Miami Beach Hiv.rjSKetw nUrment on Mounl l£? TH ,?* %  OPTMR rK.-. illlnoia, died suddenly at l h survived Vy hla-ete-^ %  Optner. of Miami. Brill Unveiling A monument to the memory of the late Max Brill formerly of Miami Beach was held April 12th at 3:30 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Memorial Part CemeteryMr. Brill is survived by a brother and a sister. Arrangements were in charge of Palm's Miami Monument Company. Goldstein Unveiling The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Mrs. Annie Goldstein will-take place Sunday, April 26th, 1 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Mrs. Goldstein, a pioneer of Miami, passed away a year ago. She is survived by her husband, Charles Goldstein, a son, William, and a daughter, Mrs. Isaac Weinkle, all of Miami. She also left five grandchildren. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamcbea will officiate. Friends and —UUvei are invited to b preaent. %  -' %  %  -MM! .1 5WeTime...5weMoney! VseOur AUTO TELLER'S WINDOWS : lust drive in... transact your business from your own car window. ...drive out! This service is tops in speed and efficiency... and, remember, Pan American is the only down-town bank in Miami which can offer you this super banking service! TRY IT T0DAY...Y0U1L LIKE IT! 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PAGE 6 A kwist Flcridlian FRIDAY. APRIL 17, 1953 Miii&KurinickToBe June Bride; Will Wed Harvard Graduate Miss Judith Mae Rudnick will be a JUne bride. Her engagement ^Twenty-five representatives of to Jordan Bittel, son of Mr. and l v he J f,ve t local Affiliated SisterMrs. Perry Bittel, 1002 10th h oods of ,he Natlonal Women s Street, Miami Beach, is announced *f a f e of the United Synagogue of America were guests at a coffee held in the home of Mrs. Benjamin B. Wolff, Southeast Branch president, to complete plans for the branch's forthcoming Annual Spring Conference on May 3rd. 4th and 5th, with headquarters at the Johnina Hotel. The local Sisterhoods are of Congregation Beth David, Miami Beach Jewish Center, Zamora Jewish Center, North Shore Jewish Center and Israelite Center. A preview of the conference on Sunday, May 3rd, reveals an Invitation Branch President's Brunch for all branch officers, chairmen and Sisterhood presidents. A regular Executive Board meeting will follow. On Sunday night, the conference officially opens with a synagogue service at the North Shore Jewish Center, when Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz and Cantor Edward Klein will officiate. The Center Choir, under direction of Louis A. Mech lowitz, will sing the conference theme song, Ashrenu — How Beautiful Is Our Heritage. Key-note address will be given by Mrs. Reuben J. Magil, of Harris-1 burg, Pennsylvania, conference advisor, national leader and speaker. The five Sisterhoods will then be hostesses to a reception for delegate.-, all Sisterhood members and their husbands. Sisterhood president hostesses ire the Mesdames Harry Laufer, Joseph Berman, Sam Altman. Jack Klinger and Nat Shenkin. Conference co-chairmen are the Mes Representatives Meet To Map Women's League Conference Here On May 3rd-5th Mill Judith M. Rudnick by the bride-elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard W. Rudnick who reside at 440 East Rivo Alto Drive. A Miami Beach High School graduate. Miss Rudnick is majoring in elementary education at Lesley. Mr. Bittel graduated from Harvard Law School and the University of Florida, where he was a member of Florida Blue Key and Phi Beta Kappa. He is now serving in the Army, stationed at Fort McPherson, Georgia. Airs. Benjamin B. Wolff CJA Day Proclaimed Mayor Lee Powell of Miami Beach has officially proclaimed Sunday, April 19, as CJA Day for the purpose of launching the Combined Jewish Appeal's Metropolitan Division kick-off campaign. Beach Sisterhood To Mark Anniversary The Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Center will devote its next meeting on Monday, April 20th, 1 p.m., to the commemoration of the fifth anniversary of the State of Israel. The announcement by Mrs. Milton Sirkin. program chairman, al Personally Speakinq • • Mrs. Alex Shedroff. of 1568 Drexel Avenue, is visiting with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Morton B. Waitzman, and her granddaughter, Sherri Nadine, who are now in Urbana, Illinois. Sherri was born on March 22nd. The Shedroffs are the new-born "s maternal grandparents. Paternal igrandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Josleph Waitzman, of 4748 West Flagler Street. -6& ft Mr. and Mrs. E. Gurfein, of 1231 Euclid Avenue, left for Brooklyn. New York, where they will attend the Briss of their grandson. New parents are the Leonard Gurfeins. They will sail for Israel on the Queen Elizabeth April 22nd. ft ft ft Rabbi and Mrs. Mayer Abramowitz, of 85 80th Street, announce the birth of their son, David, on March 26th. He joins his two-yearold sister, Daliah. Rabbi Abramowitz is spiritual leader of the North Shore Jewish Center. • • • Dr. Joseph R. Narot, spiritual leader of Temple Israel, is in New York City, attending the Convention of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. • Mr. and Mrs. William N. Ber, of 2400 Coral Way, announce the birth of their daughter. Rose Edith, on April 10th, the date of the Ber's 15th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Ber is one of the founding members of the Kadimah Chapter. Pioneer Women. Rose I sented, with a cast including Mrs. jLeo Chaikin, Mrs. Samuel Gins' grams are under direction of Mrs. ber and Mrs Samuel Wiesen. Henry B. Wernick, of Tampa, and! Narrator will be Borah Schnaider, so states that a skit will be preEdith is named after her maternal aunts. The birth took place at Mrs. Irving Lehrman, co-chairman. Sisterhood Names Mrs. Schwartz As President The Sisterhood of Temple Israel | held its annual election of officers last week Named president of the organization St Mrs Leopold L. Schwartz. Radio Synagoa Rabbi S. M. Machtei's sermon subject on the Radio Synagog at ) a.m., Sunday, station WQAM, will be: Success In Marriage. The program also includes prayers, scripture reading and liturgical music. city manager of the State of Israel Bond office here, at the Latin Casino. Chairman of Board members for the coming year and election will follow. The musical portion of the program will be by Cantor David Silverman. Mrs. Joseph A. Berman is president of the Sisterhood. Mount Sinai Hospital. ft ft ft Mr. and Mrs. A. Budd Cutler announce the birth of their daughter, Betsy Gale, at Saint Francis Hospital. Betsy weighed in at eight pounds, seven ounces. ft ft ft Minnie Raaf, of 3230 NW 7th Street, has returned home after a one-month stay with her sister, Mrs. Eva Keller, of Birmingham, Alabama. Mrs. Keller is recuperating from a recent illness. &> S. North Shore Women Plan Skit At Meeting Th.North Shore Loduc of B'nai Miss Rayanna Metz became Mrs. Myron Simons on Miami Beach last March 27th. Mrs. Simons is the daughter of Dr. S. H. Metz, Rabbi Emeritus of Adath Jeshurun Congregation, Washington, D.C., and Mrs. Metz. Mr. Simons is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Simons, Hollywood, Florida, and New York City. Mrs. Moses Krieger is the bride's grandmother. Tropical Chapter To install Officers On Saturday Evening The Tropical Chapter of B'nai 3'rith Women will hold its annual nstallation dinner ranee on Satjrday evening, April 18th, 7 p.m., The new slate of officers and he affair is Mrs. James Langel. Installing officer will be Mrs. Max M. Katz, immediate past presdent of the B'nai B'rith Women's Jouncil and District deputy. She vill install Mrs. Irving Laibson as president. Other officers are the Mesdames Herman Feldman, program vice president; Louis Wilson, member.-ii.p vice president; James Langel, ways and means vice president; George Arrow, recording secretary; Irwin Medoff, corresponding secertary; Morris Babok, financial secretary. The Mesdames Leon Epstein, treasurer; Arthur Bergman, historian; Louis Pilzer, sentinel; Inking Cypen, counsellor; and Leroy Levy and Post, trustees. Directors are the Mesdames David Adelberg, Joseph Weiner, Louis Roloff, Joseph Feldman, Sam Ross, Henry Levy, Arthur Tubin, Paul Goldman, Rosalyn Levey, Michael Stavies and Harvey Mictyaelson. New Hooks Listed At Library Over l.ODO new books have been added to the Central Jewish Library sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education, according to an atmopwcertHfct this week. The lircary now contains..over 5,000 volumes in Hebrew, Yiddish and English. Many new books have been donated by the Jewish Scientific Institute, Joseph Duntov, Sholem Asch, Dr. Alexander Mukdoni, Louis Heiman, Morris Honigbaum, in memory of Joseph and Fannie Pollack, Louis Schwartzman, in memory of Pincus Puchkoff, Max Meisel, Rabbi Jacob Kaplan, Max Gettinger, Morris Klass, Harry Simonhoff, David Freedman, Joshua Stadlan, Dr. Max Lipkind and Seymour Liebman. I Betty Lee Cone Weds Howard Apte Here Betty Lee Cone, daughter of Mn. Howard S. Apt* Mrs. Jacob Goodman, Brooklyn, New York, and the late Leon E. Cone, and Howard G. Apte, son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Apte, 1537 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach, were married on Sunday, March 29th, at the groom's home. The double ring ceremony was performed by Rabbi Max Shapiro. Attendants were the bride's sister. Miss Barbara Goodman, and Ralph Sapperstein, brother-in-law of the groom. Immediately after the ceremony, the couple left on a honeymoon trip through Southern Florida. Newlywed Mrs. Apte attended Millwood High School in Brooklyn, New York, and Brooklyn College. Mr. Apte is a graduate of Miami Beach High School. He served in the US Marine Corps for two years. He is presently employed as a lifeguard on the Miami Beach Patrol for the City of Miami Beach. The couple will reside at 530 16th Street. I Brandeis Chapter Meets Brandeis Chapter, American Jewish Congress will hold a regu;lar meeting on Thursday, April 23rd. 1 p.m., at the Sea Gull Hotel. Election of officers will be held, with a skit following by Mrs. day night at Beth David Congre-' Harry Shopiro. Presiding will be gation honoring the celebration of Mrs. Bess Lesser. 500 Persons At Oneg Honoring Harry Simons Some five hundred persons attended the Oneg Shabbat last FriMr. Harry Simons' birthday. Raymond Sponder. son of Mr. and Mrs. Terry Sponder. 1017 Meridian Avenue, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on Toastmaster was Milton Friedman. Mr. Simons delivered a ser-, monette on the prospects for the future. Highlight of the Oneg Shabbat was the announcement that Mrs. Simons would turn over a check for $500 toward a permanent library at Beth David. j The new Simons Library Fund j will be augmented by subsequent contributions, according to an announcement here' this week, and it will be handled by a Board of Trustees composed of Mrs. Ted Sandier, Mrs. Frank Rose and Friedman. Mr. Simons has been affiliated with Beth David for the past 27 years. In a brief talk, Friedman said that when Mr. Simons stepped out of the Beth David presidency, he turned over some $30,000 to the Congregation, with no outstanding monies due. /VW'WWWWS Going Formal? Formal W • a r that I* frethly cleaned, imartly styled, properly fitted. Complete outfit* Including ihoes. PHONE 48-2084 W NIVERSITY MEN'S SHOP 2828 Ponce De Leon Boulevard Coral Gables ANNOUNCEMENT



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PAGE 2 A vJenisii fhrJdttari IRM Dinner To Hear Dr. Voss Mayors Chelsie Scncrchia, of Miami, and D. Lee Powell, of Miami Beach, as well as consular representatives, have been invited to attend the Israel Bond dinner in the Empress Hotel commemorating Israel's Fifth Anniversary on Monday evening, April 20th, at 6:30 p.m. Principal speaker will be Dr. Carl Hermann Voss, American Protestant leader and exponent of the Jewish cause. A huge birthday cake, the top decorated in the form of an Israel Bond, will be lighted during the evening. Also on exhibition will be an illuminated Book of Dedication, bearing as prefaces Proclamations by Governor Dan McCarty. of Florida, and Mayor Senerchia of Miami. Names of all who have redeemed their pledges for Israel Bonds and who have purchased or sold addiadditional bonds, will be inscribed in the book. The celebration is the climax of Israel Redemption Month. Judge Harold Spact. chairman of the IRM campaign in the Greater Miami area, expressed his appreciation to the volunteer worker, who "gave so much of their time and energy to prepare for the success <'f this dinner." He also thanked Miamians for their response and declared "the funds made available will be the 11 It birthday gift of all lor Isi i."' The Bonk oi Dedication will b Prime Minister David .'n. i Dr. Voss : executive chairman %  the American Christian PalesCommittee and a member of the faculty of the New School for Social Research. He has been for many years an outspoken champion of the fight against bigotry and interance. He has visited Israel often in the past few years to study at first hand the new nation's industrial Chicago Roundtable of the Air, the New York Times Radio Forum, the American Forum of the Air and the Court of Current Issues. He was one of the participants in the only American Town Meeting of the Air ever broadcast from Tel Aviv and at present conducts his own radio program, American Christians View Israel." ADL Library Lists Addition of the new 16mm. sound film, Heritage, to the Films for Democracy Library of the Florida Regional Office, Anti-De tarnation League of B'nai B'rith, is announced by Gilbert J. Balkin, Florida ADL director. The film was produced by the Anti-Defamation League in cooperation with the United Chris tian Youth Movement and the Catholic Youth Organization o: Chicago. Television station WTVJ =2^A*Hi M'ami. win teIw *% •V. Ctrl H. Voss and agricultural achievements. Dr. Voss recently returned from a month lonu swing through Israel and the surrounding countries of the Middle Fast. Dr. Voss is a former executive chairman of the Church Peace Union and the World Alliance for' International Friendship Through' ion He has been Widely heard by Americans of all creeds in hiappearance on such radio and television programs as the University of MADE FRESH DAILY IN MIAMI.' Smoother Tastier! Fresher! Recommended as a basic Health Food — Custard smooth, easy to digest. Sunny fiswok CJutanWuf, 0/u. Phone 9-0601 2180 N.W. 13th Ay, Miami, Re MADE F tESH DAILY IN MIAMI! City of Miami Beach Councilmanic Election JUNE 2.1953 IMPORTANT NOTICE TO MIAMI BEACH VOTERS! u it" yo ~.f re / l alre, I d y registered at Miami Beach City Hall on City of Miami Beach books, you must be. in order to vote in Uus important election. The fact that you voted in the November 4th Presidential election does not mean that you are qualified to vote m this municipal election. That election was on your County registration. To register a person must reside in Florida one year ana in Miami Beach six months. REGISTRATION BOOKS CLOSE .MAY 2nd ask your friends and neighbors ii they are registered at City Hall. If in doubt please call 5-6041, extension 59. We can tell you in a moment whether or not you are properly C. W. TOMLINSON c 'ty Clerk and R^oistrar. Mf. Sinai Seminar To Hear Dr. Wolf On Psychosomatism Dr. Stewart Wolf, leading re-! search scientist and consultant in the field of psychsomatic medicine, will be among the group of eight nationally prominent doctors to participate in Mount Sinai Hos-J ptal's Third Annual Medical Seminar being held from May 21st through 23rd. at the Delano HoteL Subject of his talk will be Psychosomatism. Other lecturers who will take part in the post graduate seminar on recent advances in diagnosis and therapy will be Drs. I. Davidsohn. Mount Sinai Hospital, Chicago; Chester Keefer. Massachusetts Memorial Hospital: Jack Myers, Duke Univci-in ; Samuel Bukantz, W a s hington I'niversity; Thomas McC.avack. New York Medical Center: Stefan Eajans, University of Oklahoma: and Alexander C.utman. Mount Sinai Hospital, New York City. Presently professor and head of the Department of Medicine at the University of Oklahoma School of Medicine, Dr. Wolf is also consultant professor of Neurology and Psychiatry there and a consultant member of the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation in charge of the psychosomatic section. Recognition of his research in pain, gastrointestinal physiology and psychosomatic mechanisms won for Dr Wolf the award of the American Gastroenterological Association for Distinguished Research in 1943. Dr. Wolf is coauthor of Human Gastric Function and of several monographs. He is currently completing a new book to be called, Talking With The Patient, which will serve as a guide i for practitioners and students in creating a satisfactory doctor-patient relationship. Dr. S. Charles Werblow, of Mount Sinai's medical staff, is I Seminar chairman. He is being assisted by Drs. 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Lav APRIL 17, 1953 +Jeistrk>rkUnin PAGE 5A || ( .| louiicil Hillrl Advisory Council ane d this week tliSt "Miami atSydncy Aronovitz has been president of the group, presidents are Jerome AdMrs Ida Optner and Gerliller. her officers are Miss Edyth t on corresponding secretary; [Sydney Suss, recording sectr; and Mrs. Jack Wein, treasallali'-n of officers will be [on Sunday evening. May 17th, at the Empress Hotel. speaker will be Dr. Jay F. earsnn. president of the Uniof Miami, and Dr. Homer b rsh. dean of the. UM Medical i charge of reservations are (Meadames Aronovitz, Suss, and Optner. .Miami Window. an Frank Is Be+h Jacob President Morris B. Frank has been unanimously reelected president of Congregation Beth Jacob at an annual election meeting held late last week. A local resident for over 42 years, Frank is one of the pioneer members of Beth Jacob. During Sydney Aronoviti 111 BS Judy Trexler, of the CorGables Senior High liool, accepts first prize Louis Esloe in the See nerica First contest sponby the Hotel Greeters, Epical Charter No. 19 of iith Florida. The contest is bnsored throughout the (te for all 10th grade stunts. Miss Trexler's winslogan is: "Every pershould see America, but Ire important it is to know aerica. Only then can they predate fully what our Bdoms have done for all of Esloe is regional director the State of Florida in slogan contest. Second ze went to Miss Dorothy Herndon, of Lakeland. fir Shalom Will Be Community Project A project is currently in prog1 ress to establish a model community for retired American Jews in I Israel. The community will servi ice Jews who are able to purchase | apartment units and maintain a standard of living in conformity I with the project's design, accordj ing to Isaac Shalom Mirkin, who | incorporated the American-Israel Model City in November, 1950. To be known as Ir Shalom, the city will be on a proposed site of some 150 acres situated immediately north of Natanya, midway between Tel Aviv and Haifa. It will stretch along the seashore of the Mediterranean Sea. The second site under consideration, Mirkin said, is approximately five miles from Haifa. As proposed, the community will consist of apartment hotels with self-sufficient suites designed to meet the standards of retired people. Mirkin, who is associated with the hotel industry, explained that restaurant facilities, maid service and social and recreation halls will also be provided. Other features include a library, steam bath, movies, a shopping j center, synagogue and infirmary. "Leaders in the field of Geriatrics will lend their experience to this undertaking," according to Mirkin. Information may be obtained from the American-Israel Model City Corporation, 55 Liberty Street, New York 5, New York. ,„ e Amer,can Cancer Society has announced the award of an ACS grant-maid of $4,000 to Dr. Wilhemina F. Dunning, research professor of experimental pathology at the University of Miami's Medical Research Unit. Dr. Dunning's study is aimed at testing the protective effect of nucleic acid against cancers induced in rats. Associated with the University of Miami since 1950, she has been engaged in cancer studies for over 20 years Harold Shapiro this week voiced approval of 66,758 pieces of mail sent to Miami Beach residents by C. W. Tomlinson, city clerk on registration for the June 2nd election. Shapiro is engaged in a campaign this time he served for five years to purge city rolls of ineligible voters and to add new, qualified voters as secretary of the Congregation to the registration books ... and for six years as its president. A Miamian will receive the first PhD degree in marriage counselRetiring in 1943, he was elected mg awarded in the United States. The degree will be given to Carl D.! honorary life president but acLevett in June at Florida State University, according to Dr. Coyle E. I cepted the helm as president again Moore, dean of the Social Welfare School there. The PhD candidate j in 1952. is the son of Juliui Levett, 1521 SW 7th Street Named Man Of The j Elected vice presidents are WilYear by the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company is Jack J. Gold, j liam Mechlowitz and Leo Meyer, of 235 Lincoln Road. Gold has been selected "in recognition of his Meyer previously served for a high standard of service to his policy holders and of his outstanding number of years as financial secachievement in business produced last year" jretary. Councilman Marcie LiberHerbert U. Feibelman, Miami attorney, has been designated to man was reelected treasurer. Malserve as an official delegate of the University of Alabama at an inaugural ceremony honoring Dr. Jay F. W. Pearson, president of the University of Miami, on May 7th. All southern colleges are being invited to send delegates to the induction ceremony for the new president vin Englander was again named recording secretary* Others are Louis Shafkin, financial secretary, and David Goldstein and David Whitman, honorary Ray Redman, Miami Beach publicist, is trying to arrange showpresidents. Plans for an installaings in Miami, Fort Lauderdale and Jacksonville of the television series, Meet Your Congress. Former Senator Blair Moody, of Michigan, has appointed Redman as Florida representative for the radio and television series. Tbe Senator is one of a panel of four who weekly discusses current issues Among those receiving special awards, during Dade County's Community Chest victory dinner for going over the million dollar mark was Leonard Abess, former Chest president. Abess, as well as Mrs. Louis Glasser and Baron de Hirsch Meyer, were named to the Chest Board. LONDON (WNS) — Prediction that the US will provide Israel with grants*in-aid for the next two years was made here by Ehud Avriel, director general of the Israel Treasury, at the 52nd annual meeting of the Zionist Federation of Great Britain. tion luncheon to be held in the near future are now under way, according to Frank. Camp Osceola FOR BOYS AND GIRLS On Mills River A Silver Lake Horse Shoe, North Carolina Horseback Riding Privote lake Swimming Pool Capable Seasoned Stall Resident Physician and Nerse Directors: Herbert Silver. B.S.. M.ED. Belle Segal Silver, B.A., L.I. 7536 Buccaneer Ave., Miami Beachj Ph. 84-9121 Limited Enrollment* HAIFA (WNS) — Defying public opinion and a twenty-year-old ban against music by German composers, violin virtuoso Jasha Helfetz carried out his announced plan of playing here a composition by Richard Straus. (t Of Kosher Baking Revives, Survey iveais; Dromedary Is Essential Factor he old Fashioned art of kosher >g is making a strong comein Jewish homes, and credit I this revival, a recent survey pls, is due in large measure to convenience and strictly koshI quality of Dromedary Cake es extensive poll of Jewish sewives in leading cities bughout the country indicates a Id, almost phenomenal growth Itne use of Dromedary Cake both by experienced housees long accustomed to prepared mixing their own ingredas well as by countless womvho never baked before. almostall instances, the ren was the same. "Dromedary M Mixes," these women stated The Bar Mitzvah of Mark Zilberberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Zilberberg, 15 2 1 Michigan Avenue, will take place at the Miami Beach Jewish Center on Saturday, April 18th. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Mark attends the Ida M. Fisher Junior High School, where he is in the eighth grade and is a student at the Religious School of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. ^_^______ 35TH VIA* Country Camp MASe in the City DAY AND OVERNIGHT CAMPING HERE IN MIAMI FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 5 12 YEARS Every Counsellor an Experienced Teacher CAMP. SAXON 301 N.E. 62nd STREET. MIAMI The Only Day Camp in Miami with a Swimming Pool Large Filtered Swimming Pool — Professional Swimming Instruction CRAFTS DANCING ATHLETICS PONY RIDES DRAMATICS TRIPS \ \ u 4 SUPERVISED BALANCED MEALS FREE TRANSPORTATION Dial 84-5441 Day or Evening for Personal Appointment or Information nations of America and produced under its supervision has been an important factor in inducing housewives to try these kosher mixes. The ease of preparation— the average cake made with a Dromedary Mix takes only four minutes from package to panplus the consistently fine quality and uniformly successful results obtained with these mixes have been important considerations in continued use of the Dromedary line, the survey further reveals. There are nine basic Dromedary Mixes available at most neighborhood food stores, including Dromedary White Cake Mix, Fruit Cake Mix, Devil's Food Mix and GingerDromedary Corn Mufbread Mix, fin Mix, Date Muffin Mix and a delightful Fudge and Frosting Mix time, make it easy to that g m akes a % moo th, chocolatey icing in Just three minutes. Each of these Dromedary Mixes may be prepared to a variety of recipes that enable the Jewish housewife to bake nearly a hundred different types of kosher cakes and cookies with the greatest of ease—and at a cost thit represents^ Substantial saving to the food budget. e—and to bake a variety of pier cakes, cookies and muffins would ordinarily tax the talf even the most competent 'baker." fact that all Dromedary aucts are endorsed by the |>


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Mrs. teeneM L Sckwmfi Vice presidents are the Mesdames Harold^ Thurman and Ellard G. Conn Othec officers are the Mesdames Max Ifoltsberg, treasurer; Joseph Bulbin. recording secretary; Heniy Hirsch, corresponding secretary; G. Louis Mendclson, finanleJal secretary; and Louis Gillman, I auditor. The Nominating Committee included the Mesdames A. Boox baum, J. Bulbin, N. Ciller, L. Gillman, and B. Ozer. Guest speaker I was Mrs. Eduardo' Pena, interior I decorator from the decorating firm I of Richard Plumer. 26th Season The University of Miami Symphony Orchestra JOHN BITTER. Conductor BOLET PIANIST SUNDAY, APRIL 19th, 8:30 P.M. MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM MONDAY, APRIL 20th, 8:30 P.M. DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM Single Tickets: 1.50. 1.75, 2.00. 2 50, 3.00 Res. Call: 87-4960. 3-2317,5-0477.4-9230 f.i til.<-<)iiilriK ye? .-... Hostesses meet to plan the first Trades Division cocktail party and dinner at the Westview Country Club scheduled for Thursday evening, April 23rd. The event will be held in honor of Combined Jewish Appeal volunteer workers and their wives. Some 400 persons are expected at the invitation aifair. Shown at Westview comparing notes are (seated) the Mesdames Sam Weissel, Sam Resnick and Leo Ackerman. Rear are the Mesdames Sam J. Heiman and Harold Rand. % II refill p*s JSm& tSni! Hi** home off SUNSHINE FASHIONS •reg. U.S. pat. off. Miami • Miami Beach Ft Lauderdale • Wast Palm Beach BONDED — FTJEE PICK UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE 'pWM ADRIAN THAI 716 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH PH. 58-0803 Es fab lit lies' M Mia mi leech Since 137 OUR FUR SALE CONTINUES DURING APRIL YU HOUSE YOUR HOME REAL-KILL INSECT BOMB ESPECIALLY FORMULATED TO KILL FLYING INSECTS FAST You can do a letter and easier Job of bug-cleaning as you house clean with this Improved REALKILL Insect Bomli l.;iusi. |f so easy and convenient to use. Junt press down on the lmn.lv. feathertouch lever and spray clot hint;, fabrics, precious woolens and carpets to protect l hem against the ravages of moths. This cleansmelling REALKILL Insect Bomb kills files, moxqultoes, flyIns moths, gnats, wasps, hornets, and other flying Insects, fast. Keep a lK>mh handy In every room to shoot down those annoying flying Insects And. remember. REAL-KILL Insect Bomb has a money-back guarantee printed right on the label Ciet It at your favorite store and bug-clean the REAL-KILL, way as you bouseclean. lEALKtL —UC1 T1S 12 OZ. CAN Jggsa '? J GUARANTIED (Use as directed on label) TWO EASY WAYS TO "BUG-CLEAN" YOUR HOME Use the handy finger-tip sprayer or brush it on surface to be treated. Hard-to-reach cracks and crevices con be thoroughly saturated by using REAL-KILL in an ordinary oil can. For best _^_^^________^_ results be sure to treat the surfaces until wet. NOW, KILL BUGS THREE-WAYS WITH REAL-KILL BUG KILLER HELPFUL HI.VTK FOR III (.-< I K WIX. YOI It IIO.IIK MOTHS anresponsible for more damage to home furnishings Shan any other Insect. Moths lay their eggs In n.i|. of carpeting, clothing. In the pile of upholstery and other dark places Woolen lint and hair accumulated In floor cracka and ha—boards in closets ore fertile Imisl.i g places for moth larvae. Spin/ REAL-KILL Insect I'.ornb r>n fliapaa. curtains, f' Its in piano, on carpets, upholstered furniture, behind is>okeaaea, In closets, around baseboards' and other dai k ai aaa Use KIM, Kill. Bug Killer for Silvcrfisb and Carpet Beetles. ROACHES AND WATIRBUGS Roaehea hide during the day in dark plans around sinks, ilialnhoarda, cracka in oupboards, behind drawera. around pipes, inside motor units of refrigerators, and •-MH in Mevl I •oiiilng out mostly at night, they may con laminate food, dishes or other eurfaos* over which they run Treat all oracka and crevices with ICKAL-KILL until wet. Apply under sinks. ilralnlKiards. stoves, refrigerators. In drawers, around twiseboarda anil pipes. In Isisementa. give special attention to corners, in.mis. pipes, ductwork, etc. ANTS Ants present a constant nuisance to the good housekeeper, To get rid of ants, paint or spray ant trails, around door sills, wlndOW fi.une.s and any other cra< ks or crevices where ants enter the home Pour REAL-KILL Into the renter of nt hills. SCORPIONS AND SPIDERS are dangerous in any home. I,in present no problem when KEAL-KILI. la used properly Treat dark -cornera, rracka and crevices, eloaeta a mi basements with liiuiKm. pray or palnl door and window sills and other places where these l ii • in. r l In Loin. Hits AND MOSQUITOES.spray surfaces where Insects flight, includlng windows, acreena, doors. %  11 '.a ii, i n stagnant unirr etc PREVENT MOLD AND MILDEW GROWTH, TOO, WITH REALKILL BUG KILLER No more moldy closets, no mose mildewed shoes, trunks, suitcases and other leather goods and textllea when you use REAL-KILL Bug Killer according to directions on the bottle. KEAL-KILI. Bug Killer i s the only household Insecticide which Contains a special Ingredlent that deatroya the damaging fungi and prevents Its growth. Rl U.-KII.I. is not Just a cover up but destroys the offensive fungi %  ii it! Bout I I 'lli


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PAGE 8 A +.lf>wldint>r**nr I55AY^PML 1 T '19 Arrangements are being made for the installation luncheon of the Parent-Teacher Association of the Miami Beach Jewish Center to take place on April 22nd. at the Monte Carlo Hotel. Shown (left to right) are the Mesdames Theodore Hankoff, outgoing president; Henry Waitzkin, co-chairman; Samuel Lurie, chairman; and Henry Hillman, in charge of reservations. Fuller Warren To Speak At ShoSem Lodge Installation Shi'.lem Lodge. B'nai B"rith. announces its annual installation dinner danre to be held at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel on Sunday evening. April 15>th. 6:30 p.m. Guest speaker will be Fuller Warren, former Governor of the State of Florida. Newly elected officers include Edward S. Roth, president; Mich ael If. Isenberg, Marvin Rauzin and Joseph A. Rayvis. vice president-: Alan B. Kessler. treasurer: Richard K. Fink, corresponding secretary. Isidor Bakst. recording secretary': Stanley D. (aiden. warden: Paul Barnett. assistant warden: William L. Pallot. chaplain: Henry i Weiss, assistant chaplain: Martin, Stein, guardian: and Bernard Mandler. assistant guardian. Trustees elected for the new, term are Sam Friedman, Fred i Shochet. Bernard Newmark. Ber-; nard Liberman. Sanford M. Swerdlin and Alex Douglis. Beach Center PTA Sets 22nd For Installation Newly elected officers of the Parent Teacher Association of the Miami Beach Jewish Center will be installed by Rabbi Irving Lehrman at a luncheon Wednesday noon, April 22nd. at the Monte Carlo Ho-1 tel. Officers to bo installed are: president. Mrs. Benjamin Greene; vice presidents. Mrs. Samuel Lurie, Mrs. Herman Mechlowitz and Mrs. Henry Waitzkin: corresponding secretary'. Mrs. Aaron Bookspan; recording secretary, Mrs. Raphael Yunes; treasurer, Mrs. Harry Brick; and chaplain, Mrs. Irving Lehrman. The PTA. youngest of the many affiliated organizations of the Center, will use all proceeds from the luncheon to increase its library and scholarship funds. The scholarship fund provides a summer in camp for a student of the Center's Religious School. A feature of the luncheon will be a book review by Mrs. Lehrman. Reservation chairmen for the affair are Mrs. Henry Hillman and Mrs. Aaron Bookspan. Mrs. Samuel Lurie is overall chairman. In charge of the Publicity Committee are Mrs. Jules P. Channing and Mrs. Arthur Ross. Tots About Town?: rHE MUSIC GOES ROUND AND ROUND chants winsome little Mark Rubensteln, 3on of Mr. and Mrs. Allen A. Rubenstein, of 13930 NE 16th Court. PIGTAILS ARE REAIiT — THING... and Cathy £J insists on this. She j, daughter of Mr. and Ma | aid Barmack, 117 North: Drive. — Baby I'lwtos bj, WMDOW Late Thirties, withes to meet refined gentleman in early forties. Own home in Miami; have 1 child. Writa L. S., Box 2973, Miami 18. Wanted MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN Ot COUPLE to share excellently furni homo with widow. Extra reasonable. Good location, keep strictly kosher horn*. 9-A427 — ask for Sunny. Esther Grossberg. formerly of Miami, is now visiting her parents, the Louis E. Rosensteins, 2001 Lake Avenue, Sunset Island No. 4, with her 7-month-old son, Michael Lee. The Fred Grossbergs now reside in Houston, Texas, where Mr. Grossberg is practicing law with the firm of Mandell and Wright, admiralty and plaintiff's attorneys. Marvin Schiller, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Schiller, 1145 SW 20th Avenue, will become Bar Mitzvah tomorrow morning, April 18th, at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Rabbi Simon April will officiate. Out-oftown guests will include Marvin's grandmother, Mrs. M. Smiles, of New York. B'nai B'rith Plans State Convention The annual convention of the Florida State Federation of B'nai ( B'rith Ixidgcs will be held at the i Tampa Terrace Hotel in Tampa 1 starting Saturday night, April 25th. and continuing through luncheon on Monday. April 27th, it has been announced by Harry Goodmark of West Palrn Beach, State Convention president. Guest speakers will include Dr. 1 Jesse Trager. Baltimore, Maryland. I president, District Grand Lodge 1 No. 5 B'nai B'rith, and Julius Fish| ler. Roanoke. Virginia, secretary of District Grand Lodge No. 5. The convention will feature reports on B'nai B'rith activities in the State of Florida, including I the Anti Defamation League. Hillel Foundations, youth organizations land the veterans affairs program. YOU WILL FIND THE MOST COMPLETE SELECTION of BOYS AND GIRLS WEAR ON MIAMI BEACH at MORRIS BROTHERS MIAMI BEACH 1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS help yourself to a wafer-flat tummy with this new CRISS-CROSS nylon girdle bv BESTFORM '95 r iff"" Ever slip Into a stunning dress or suit to have its lines ruined by a protruding tummy? Then try this nylon 4 section girdle! The ingenious CRISS CROSS Inner belt gives you perfect tummy control. Alternate panels of nylon taffeta and nvlon leno elastic slak MMI ** &f ur>,i ;.< *MM tkt dim look YOU long tor. nylon leno elastic sleek you, srveooth you Three inch elastic waistband panel'. givas you that slim look you long tor. Three inch elastic waistband nips your middle can't ever roll over. Top o 4Vont panel reinforced with fait lining. 16" Length, ikes 26 to 36 in white. 4* W. M.%CI.F.B 1\ MAI. 3-3*1 • MS* .B. vnun T.— •• %  J ,.



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I y, jOTIL 17. '953 Ksh Home Ceremonies Will Be Told lation By Press, Radio, Television +Jewisti ncrkfian PAGE 3 A L rM .|s. television and naIpirture syndicates will bring Linns the dramatic story of | Jewish Home for the lighted for lation will ledne s d a y loon's s P e{•commence-] |dav" when lay F. W.I In. presi\i the Uni-I of Miami. honorary anc n as on 13 Ms of the i Home for the Aged. Dressollegiate cap and gown, the mi*r 73, Isadore Doctor, 68, Sam Goldstein, 66, and Joseph Forster, 76. Cited for learning English will be Rebecca Noretsky, 67, Mrs. Esther Kaplan, 71, Mrs. Bessie Mott, 67, Mrs. Jennie Gerstein, 70, Max Abramowitz, 71, and David Ratihn 67. The ceremony will take place at! j Douglas Gardens, the home's site' on NE 2nd Avenue and 53rd Street. It is scheduled for 2:30 p.m. The public is invited. In special recognition, the Miami Public Library will present an exhibit of handicraft from the arts and crafts class of the Jewish Home for the Aged. The exhibit, displaying fine ceramic, copper,' plastic, leather belts and handbags, jewelry, basket and loomweaving, will run for two weeks, aged and chronically ill in eative living, according to \e Pearlstein, the Home's exdirector. honored are Joseph Melfj3, David Jacobs, 72, Isaac pwitz, 71, Solomon Gross, LEGAL NOTICE rict UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW E is ui'.ilKUY OIVRN that %  aligned, desiring to engage In .under the fictitious name or RKSTAl KANT, at 117 N. E. Mia.1.1. Ma,, Intends to regls,,,. %  with the Clerk of the I Court "f Dade County, Florida. JOSEPH V. ZAKZOUR lEN 1' KES8LHR Cv for Applicant 22nd Ave. IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN DADE COUNTY, FLORIN CHANCERY. No. 1M544 :i:i.:.i: SCIIKINUKRO, riaintlff. R[l SCHKINBERO, Defendant TICE BY PUBLICATION WAR1> SiMIKlNHlClUl Kraiu .s I 'ourt tpoht. IOIIB Island, New York ARE IIKKKHY NOT1K1BD illi i.f Complaint for Divorce : led against you, and you In reinilred to serve a copy V -. r to the Hill of OonjPlaintiffs attorney, and file i.u Answer in the Office of I theCircuit Court, on or IM)I day of May. 153: i the allegation* of said Bill taken ;.* confessed against illustrate today's triumph April 20th tojlay 4th, at the main library. Members of the arts and crafts class include two 82-year-old residents, Mrs. Sidonie Gluck and Mrs. Sonya Bilis, Mrs. Anna Washburne. 73, Mrs. Annie B. Goldberg, 70, Mrs. Stella Essman, 68, 76-year-old Reuben Berliner, his wife, 71, and Yourkawitz. Mrs. Washburne is on the Executive Committee of the Home's Residents' Organization. Co-chairmen of the day are Baron de Hirsch Meyer, a vice president of the home, and Mrs. Sol Silverman, president of the Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged. President of the Home is Abe Kurman, with his President's Message scheduled for the Wednesday ceremonies. Chairman of the Board is M. J. Kopelowitz, recently honored for his active interest in the home's welfare. Other ieading officials are S. I. Bernbaum and David Phillips, vice presidents; Dr. Joseph M. Weidberg, treasurer; Archie Greenberg. financial secretary; and Mrs. Moses Krieger, recording secretary. Honorary president is Judge Harold B. Spaet. Participating agencies, in addition to the Women's Auxiliary, are the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Council of Jewish Women, Greater Miami Jewish CommunityCenter, Jewish'Social Service Bureau, Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, Mount Sinai Hospital and Bureau of Jewish Education. The home is a beneficiary of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. The program includes Rabbi Max Shapiro, Cantor Irving Robinson, introduction of the Douglas faculty and the "baccalaureate" address by Dr. Pearson to the "graduates" and their friends. the s llth K It. Cli rk Bj K. this llth day of April, 1953. I.KATHKKMAN. if the Circuit Court II HICK, Jit. I vputy Clerk IL'QENIO .1 WEISS, EbVi. fi i Plaintiff IIIHI.III Road liuilding Beach, Hoi Ida ICOUNTY JUDGE-S COURT fc-ADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 27129 B B8TATE orM Cl'TINO, Deceased CE OF INTENTION TO MAKE IMPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE tK'i: li hereby given that I have biv final report and petition for [IISII.UK.. as ANCILLARY EXII! IX nf the estate of IJSOPOLD I'TIMi, deceased; and that on % day ot May. 1S5J, will apply Honorable County Judges of I County, Florida, for approval final report and for final dls Ancillary Kxecutrix of the of LEOPOLD M. CCTINO, dettrd day of March, 1953. MAKiiliKltlTA CUTINO F'N A FRIEDMAN fey ("i Ancillary Executrix lOTICE BY PUBLICATION |HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 7ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN FOR DADE COUNTY, IN MCERY, No. 158596. "RDECHAJ IEUQER, Plaintiff, |THV QOLDBEROBOL 1. „ Defendant. I;;_'i. i iiv oi >LDBERaBR %  -;•' •-. Evam Avenue pucago Illinois f h. rebj notified that a Bill %  "ipUiiit for Divorce has been %  %  Rain.-.' jrou, anil you are rer '" s>:\, ,i copy of vour Ans[r Pleading to the Hill of CamfarSi lhe P'"'nth*fa Attorney. J'l-.H i K N. HA HAD, ESQ., 420 Pn Road, Miami Beach, Florida. "e tn* original Answer or l'leadW< inoffice of the Clerk of the J" '""it on or before the 18th EJ. '--v. '•* %  >ou fail to do ^'in. 01 b) default will be taken J" you f,,r the relief demanded IE-,"" 1 "' Complaint. J>r. ASH niiiiKHBl) at Miami. 'his K.th day of April, A.D. I; B. LEATHERMAN, Jlerk. Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida to y R. H. RICE. JR. fc'FI' N H -*RAD. Esq. _?•> '"r I'lalntlff •jncoin ltd Miami Beach. Florida Unusual ceramic, copper and leatherwork from this arts and crafts class at the Jewish Home for the Aged will go on public display April 20th, in the Miami Public Library. Pictured with their instructor, Mrs. Sheldon Reich (standing) are (left to right) Reuben Berliner, Mrs. Annie B. Goldberg, Isaac Yourkawitz, Mrs. Stella Essman. Mrs. Sidonie Gluck, Mrs. Sonya Bilis, Mrs. Reuben Berliner and Mrs. Anna Washburne. The display is in honor of the home's "commencement day" on Wednesday, April 22nd, to be brought to the nation by newsreels, television and picture syndicates as an example of Greater Miami's care of the aged. Films Featured At Warsaw Memorials The tenth anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto struggle will be observed in Greater Miami by two mass meetings. Featured at the meetings will be a full-length film, shown for the first time in this ares'. Distant Journey and The Ghetto Terezin. In Miami, the meeting will be held at Beth El Congregation on Sunday, April 26th, 8 p.m. Rabbi I Shmaryahu Swirsky will present 'an introductory statement, and .Cantor Maurice Mamches will re!cite the traditional El Malai RachI amim. On Miami Beach, the meeting will be held at Temple Beth Shol|om Monday, April 27th, 8 p.m., with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff and Cantor Samuel Kelemer officiating. The Warsaw Ghetto Memorials are sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami. The Arrangements Committee consists of Morris Honibbaum, chairman, Arthur Drevitch, B. Powell, M. Miller, Gregory Rosenkranz and Louis Schwartzman. %  W 0JGUST BROS Ky, IJ t /., lil S I Sold At Carls Markets The Very Finest Frankfurters Corned Beef Bologna Pastrama BEEF, ail Formost Kosher Sausage Co. 230 N.W. 5th Street, Miami. Florida Phones 3-0721-2 — 34225



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I if. APRIL 17; 1353 Sharett Confers With President On Israel-American Relations, Near East +Je*istinr,r*Mon TAGE9A Continued from Page 1 A [bad noted the incident involving [the exoneration of the Moscow docItors. "But," he stressed, "it deIpends on how far it goes." I The Israel-Soviet situation was %  considered in talks Mr. Sharett had %  at the Pentagon with Secretary of Ipefense Charles E. Wilson, General Omar N. Bradley, chairman of [the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and other nilitary leaders. Mr. Eban accomUS Position On Genocide Hurts I Pact's Strength Continued from Pago 1 A here is need for a new approach o the development of human ights consciousness in all areas f the world. I have accordingly sked Mrs. Lord to present posive UN action programs to the ommission which we feel will ontribute to that recognition of uman rights and fundamental reedoms which people are seekig throughout the world." Proposals Expressions of regret over the hanged United States policy were oiced here by a number of deleates to the Commission session, he statements followed the presntation of "concrete proposals for ction programs" by Mrs. Lord. In her first speech to the body, Irs. Lord outlined a three-point rogram which she will present in lull detail at a later date. Her roposals, which were given a cool ccption, were: 1. That the UN undertake a orough study of human rights roughout the world in such s as freedom of religion and e right to a fair trial, from which e Commission could make "genial recommendations." 2. That the member governents submit to the UN annual ports on developments in the Hd of human rights and that ch government accept for this urpo.se the aid of an advisory mmittee of its own nationals om various walks of life. That the UN establish an adsory service "on specific aspects human rights" similar to the rvices now rendered by the UN d its agencies in the economic d social fields. panied Mr. Sharett to the Pentagon. One of the questions that arose during the Defense Department meeting was the Israel application for non-reimbursible military assistance which was entered in February, 1952, but not yet granted Mr. Sharett said the talk covered "general defense arrangements" It was indicated that the arms situation was also discussed by the Israel leaders when they talked with,the President. Israel Will Speak Mr. Sharett said that "in all probability" Israel will have something to say at the United Nations General Assembly about the Soviet Union's actions of the last several months. He indicated he was awaiting further evidence of a reversal of the anti-Israel trend — evidence which may come as part of the current Soviet "peace offensive". The Russian question did not figure in the conversation with Mr. Byroade, the Israel Minister said. Generally, he stated, he "compared notes" with Mr. Byroade on a number of subjects including the blockade of the Suez Canal against Israel, American aid to Israel and the question of an Arab-Israel peace. Asked if he had any comment on reports that the Administration was developing new pro-Arab policy, Mr. Sharett said that he hoped American friendship with the Arabs would "make for a more effective peace approach." He denied a report that secret peace talks have been carried on between Egypt and Israel by an intermediary. "We are always ready for peace," he declared. Meanwhile, a dramtic meeting took place in the foyer leading to President Dwight D. Eisenhower's White House office. Mr. Sharett and Mr. Eban, leaving the President's office, came face to face with Dr. Konrad Adenauer, Chancellor of the West German Republic, and his party. A brief greeting was exchanged between the two groups. Later, the Israel envoy attended a reception in Dr. Adenauer's honor given by the German charge d'affaires. &^e4 Jewry Watches For Red Change Continued from Page 1 A time director of the Moscow Jewish State Theatre and president of the dissolved Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee. Mikhoels had been branded an "agent" transmitting orders from the Joint Distribution Committee to the accused physicians. An editorial in Pravda, reprinted in Izvestia, the official Government paper, said that a "careful investigation" had established that "the honest public figure of Peoples Artist of the USSR, Solomon Mikhoels, was slandered." The firmness with which Moscow condemned "any kind of preaching of race or national exceptionalism or hatred or scorn" was also taken as a hopeful sign. A former deputy minister of state security was under arrest charged with responsibility for the frameup, and his superior, Semyon Ignatiev, was fired from his recent appointment as a secretary of the central committee of the Communist Party. Swing Into Line There were signs during the week that the satellites were swinging into line behind the new Moscow directive. In Bucharest, the JTA reported, the Communist-controlled "Jewish Democratic Committee of Rumania" — which had conducted violent anti-Zionist propaganda, was ordered dissolved. Several Zionist leaders were ordered released after long periods of imprisonment. In Budapest, the office of the Jewish community, closed down by the authorities last January, was reopened. Miksa Domonkos, secretary of the community, was reported to have been released from arrest. In Soviet Germany, the East Berlin radio resumed the broadcasting of Jewish news programs which had been suspended some weeks ago when the anti-Jewish campaign reached its heights. Announce Opening Of Juniors Lodge Dr. and Mrs. M. A. Marshall are now opening their year-around camp. Juniors Lodge, at 3905 Sterling Road, west of Dania in Broward County. Dr. Marshall said here this week that Juniors Lodge is being operated according to a three-fold plan: to offer a camping site with a full program of summer activities, to accomodate children of winter tourists so parents can be free to enjoy an unhampered vacation and to take care of the needs of local residents whose children require camping facilities. Juniors Lodge is now equipped with CBS dormatories, showers and washrooms. To augment a program which includes baseball, golf, archery, horseback riding, volleyball, basketball and shuffleboard, the camp is located in a 12-acre grove. The Marshalls have also scheduled a complete arts and crafts and aquatic program. Councilors will all be adult, accredited personnel. Dr. Marshall has experience with numerous youth groups, including BBYO and the Boy and Girl Scouts of America. He has been a Scout Master for three years. He is also Boy Scout Training chairman for Broward County and a member of the Board of the South Florida Council. Konrad Adenauer Discusses West German Position With Eisenhower Continued, from Page 1 A of the Federal Parliament, expressed satisfaction over the scheduled passage of an indemnification law by this session of Parliament. It is hoped there that the document will have a beneficial effect on pending negotiations between officials of the Conference on Jewish Material Claims and German finance Ministry officials. Dr. Kuester is generally credited with blasting the log-jam at the reparations conference by his resignation as deputy chief to Professor Franz Boehm, head of the German negotiators. At the time he resigned he made a public statement denouncing some members of the Bonn Cabinet who were attempting to sabotage and delay the reaching of a reparations agreement. Shortly after his blast the negotiations were speeded up by the Germans. Bonn Pleased The decision of the Arab League Council to postpone action on the threatened economic boycott of West Germany over the latter's implementation of the Israel reparations pact was greeted in Bonn with satisfaction in government circles which supported the reparations agreement. These circles are confident that the boycott will not be imposed since the "first flush of Arab indignation" will have spent itself by the time the Arab League Council reconvenes. Meanwhile, reports received from various Middle East counttries reveal a marked difference of opinion among the Arab governments over the implementation at the threatened Arab boycott of West Germany because of the Israel reparations pact. While the Lebanese and Syrian Governments continually refer to the failure of the Arab League to carry out itsthreat, the Egyptian and Iraqi Governments have shown a great reserve on this matter. There are indications that Yemen, Iraq and Egypt will oppose carrying out of the threat to break off economic relations with Germany. The Syrian Foreign Minister is reportedly determined that Syria will act against Bonn regardless of the Arab League's decision, while Lebanon is said to be considering blacklisting those firms which deliver goods to Israel, rather than boycotting all German industry. Nazis Waat Their German Swastika GERMAN VETERANS SEEK TO BONN (JTA) — West German Minister Robert Lehr has reportedly proposed that Germany Army veterans be permitted to wear in public decorations awarded by Hitler's Wehrmacht. At present. Allied regulations I forbid the public wearing of such j decorations, but Minister Lehr ex| pects the Western Powers to rescind or disregard their own regulations provided the swastika is removed from the decorations. The veterans groups, however, insist upon retention of the swastika. SUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM poa Bar coMVAixscznca %  >• w aerr cower MIAMI FLO RIOAJ Home-Bake this Kosher CAKE r^fc : -"-.\r? BUrt It IESS THAN 4 MINUTES FROM PACKAGE TO PAN! No fuss, no tricks! Add milk...and mix, for perfect results every time! So easy ^'with Dromedary'/7j\ Kosher, fool H btan fno V"/ L>*1 81TU* VforoedatyCakbMix WUi Coke • DovH's food • Gingt'bteod • Fruit Cok • Fudo* Frosting • Dot* Mu* Cess Cefce Ml* • Com Mu* Mix md olfcora. WILL WIN AWARDS NEW YORK (WNS) — David Rockefeller and Senator Herbert H. Lehman will be the recipients of the 1953 World Brotherhood Awards of the Jewish Theological Seminary in recognition of their outstanding contributions to the ideal of human fellowship, it was announced by Joe W. Schenker, chairman of the Seminary's World rotherhood Committee. Set Your Daily Nempa ptr t For Direct Bus Routes To The Track DlOlAIilL TRACK 3 115th Street Between N E 2nd and N W 7"



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PAGE 4A +Jewisiifhr*Ma*7 <*Jewi$fiflcridii&n PMnk4 a vary Friday sine* 1M7 by tha Jawlah >nrMim at 1JC N. E. Sixth Straat. Miami It, FTarWa. BMMiad aa aaoana-claii matter July 4. 1S0. at tha Poat Office of Miami. Fla.. under tha Act af March S, ISTt. Tha Jawlah Floridian haa aaaaraad tha Jawiah Unity and tha Jawlah WeaMy. Member af tae Jewl.h Telegraphic Aacncy. Seven Arta Feature Syndicate. Worldwide New. Service. Nationai Editorial Allocution, American Aeaaciation af Engliah-Jawrtah Nawapapara, Florida Preat Aaaaciatlan. OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N. E. Sixth Strait Telephones 2-1141 — 3-8212 Tha Jewla* Klorldlan dim not fraaxantaa tha Kaatailth of tha merchanillae advertiaad in lie eolumna. Ona Yaar SUBSCRIPTION RATES: — %  > %  nA "V.*.— Va.a*a MOO Twa Yaara FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN „„ New* Editor lyar 2. 5713 Volume 27 Number 16 FRIDAY. APRIL 17. 1953 **WA.**V^*a%*V*Ve>V*\^*\< During The Week... A I **WA^A* *< have been realized under healthier circumstance? tw."* 1 desire to create a Jewish identity recognized amL .J nations of the world might have continued still asTpo?,' Dr. Sachar called for a revaluation of the phitintW, It was time, he said, for Jews to contribute to thrir^Sl! alone when the shadow of destruction crept urxm STregard he returned to the whispered charge that SandeM tuary from racial and religious restrictions prevalent taL!!.l versifies. This, he felt, was in keeping with the belief tlS9 their own and, by extension, society's fences only when Jf? is at hand. Accordingly, Dr. Sachar categorically stated iiTw University must not be developed by the energies of ne Z?* sity but by the wholesome desire to make a reality 7SA tnbutton to American civilization. J Saint Or Villain? H. R. Trevor-Roper, in an Atlantic Monthly Magazine article, has exposed what may well be one of the most fabulous hoaxes perpetrated during the World War II era. The writer is an historian and scholar now teaching at Christ Church, Oxford, and has made a name for himself as a recognized authority on the closing months of the Nazi regime with his book. The Last Days of Hitler. Trevor-Roper's belief is that there may have been some justification for the murder of Sweden's Count Folke Bemadotte while he served on the United Nations Partition Commission in Palestine. According to Trevor. Roper, the idealization of Bernadotte as a great humanitarian, as a man who was interested in saving Jews from the cauldrons and qas chambers of the Third Reich and as a nominee for the Nobel Peace Prize is the result of mistaken identity. The Atlantic Monthly article indicates that the Swedish nobleman was merely a liaison officer between the Dutch Dr. Felix Kersten and the Nazi SS Heinrich Himmler. Dr. Kersten is alleged to have been the only physician who could successfully deal with Himmler's illness and that he secretly demanded favors from the notorious anti-Semite in payment of his services. These favors included meetings between Norbert Masur, president of the World Jewish Organization in Stockholm, and Himmler during which the Nazi became a party to savinq some 60.000 Jews from German concentration camps. Trevor-Roper reports that Count Bernadotte opposed the entrance of the Jews to Sweden on the grounds that "he understood the Jewish peril and the necessity of the German fight against World Jewry." It seems to us that if Trevor-Roper's report is true a terrible mistake may soon be rectified. This is by no means an irresponsible effort to excuse Count Bernadotte's murder — Age And Vigorous Life The Jewish Home for the Aged will confer "degrees" upon its residents during unique "commencement exercises" on Wednesday. Home officials are to be congratulated for the unusual and stimulating manner in which they relate the aged with the active world about them. Dr. Jay F. W. Pearson will take time out from his busy schedule as president of the University of Miami to present the residents with special "diplomas" and to deliver the baccalaureate address". The Wednesday program typifies the Jewish Home's awareness of the aqed problem. It will be one more expression of" an intensive effort to integrate the lives of older, sheltered persons within the framework of an active and fruitful daily schedule. Residents who will be honored with "degrees have been engaged in various programs designed to imbue them with creative and self-sustaining impulses. They will be cited for their efforts successfully to fill their leisure-time needs and to cope with the exiqencies of day.by-day existence. Home officials are also doing a splendid job of making Miami aware of its aged and oi w53£P2 !? thS aged P roblem • ne with which every community must deal on a professional and scientific rather than on an amateur and haphazard basis. T_S ** ma J now appear to be at least partially justified. But it will serve to giveU to remove from virtual sainthood a man who consorted with the theories of the enemy U I'Z oth er hand. Trevor -Roper's account not accurate then a frightfully libellous sT feeMh^T Cert ? iDly t0 5 m h SS W. feel that it most assuredly ds**ve. further THE PRESIDENT'S DENIAL THAT BRANDEC means of combatting quotas, it seems to me. must be width! cast. The notion that Jews psychologically tend toward ehrtM are therefore often subjected to ghetto life is a popular ow ?Z anti-Semites principal conception in his racist theory Those'J upon the establishment of the Waltham campus as a means i ing the ugly reality of still prevalent social inequalities tend I petuate this conception. In his effort to prove that positive rather than negatiit i thropy breaks the barrier of prejudice. Dr. Sachar made I the American Quaker who, immediately following the Rt., War, was in lower repute than any other people during the t our history. Their struggle for understanding was not. howewri upon the sentimental solicitation for pity; it was founded instead positive program reflecting the Quaker philosophy of cow objection to physical conflict and of inclination toward inti meditation. The Quaker today is regarded with great reverence. His i tion stems as much from his passive nature as from his i to the American school system. Out of a previously mi. longing for peace at all cost has sprung his complete jd !" with the educative process. The number of Quaker colleges d] versities bespeaks his total social acceptance. It is this ehi attitude toward a people that Dr. Sachar envisions for tie, future. But it is a change that will come only when the view of the Jew is eradicated by his own efforts. Brandeis, and other universities of its kind, must not be I in terms of the ghetto philosophy. This will no longer CM danger when its sponsorship is motivated less by fear taal feeling for human progress at large and when Jewish con ticipation is not the result of crisis but of complete a a a a SAM HIRSCH OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI Dramai ment has undertaking an extraordinarily difficult task. Mr.. acquits himself well. Within the limitations of theater io tktj and at the mercy of non-professional actors, he is currently 1 his production of William Shakespeare's play, King Lear, UM Third Annual Shakespeare Festival. Lear is nigh on impossible as a dramatic presentation. H with Elizabethan meanings that escape the undertaking of a| day audience and that have purpose and repute only for IheU scholar. It was written under the impelling force of what mrfj been Sha.-.espeare's most trying period; the play reflects hisiL disorders and bizarre thinking like no other. And Lear preMj mendous staging difficulties that have kept it off theater boards! it might have been produced under ordinary circumstances.*! face of all these problems, it contains some of Shakespeare's r poetry. Mr. Hirsch's direction deserves notice. He has avoided as* possible the physically repelling qualities of the play. *5 to Elizabethan England, and concentrates on Lear's decli aft"*] nature-vindication instead. Properly, Lear appears as a sets who is punished by fortune for false pride of equally iai*" and who succumbs to confusion. Mr. Hirsch's position is an especially difficult 0M& bodiment of Lear, he is called upon to project his ultM '|_j the pre historic English king's character. Thus, he has had n tunity to achieve a much needed artistic perspective thro* alone, he could evaluate his production. Still, his appears* %  •ione, ne could evaluate his production. Still, his app'""j credible enough. The character's regal qualities, naivete and to the last urxin nnhlo hanHiino .r made acceptable b) to the last upon noble handling are made acce acting. The production suffers mainly from weak exception of Gloucester. Edmund and the Fool, v~Schultz, Peter Barcia and Charles Shuts. Mr. Hirsch mua ^ w j support. Will* played & OI-UUIIZ, i-eier Barcia and Charles Shuts. Mr. mrscn %  — Edgar, in the Mad Tom scenes, comes alive memenuruyLewellyn's inconsistent acting is not reliable throughout Nonetheless, the production of King Lear in **?j"£ and stimulating event. Mr. Hirsch must be thanked i" allegiance to the idea of a Shakespeare Festival bw* moments of his acting will be gratifying to those who %  tion of this tragic pliy.