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The Jewish Floridian ( April 24, 1953 )

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be\wiytUEIIiDinidliiQUP Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 27—Number 17 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. APRIL 24, 1953 PRICE: TEN CENTS Ishinsky Pushes Ask Talk Argentina Offers Attack At UN On Suez, Israel Friendship OTED NATIONS (JTAV—Spokesman of the Soviet Union and -w~fc -| BUENOS AIRES (JTA) — President Juan D. Peron this week reunite states made it clear beyond any doubt this week thai 1^ /"kTf"l A1*C1 ceived sr ael Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett in a thirty-minute intei r repudiation of the "Jewish plot" charges against 15 doctors AJ\J J. vlCX O i view at the Casa Rsada in which both spoke warmly of ArgentineDl mean any abatement of Soviet hostility towards the State of Israeli friendship, and Mr. Sharett expressed his government's thanks land the Zionist movement. I ONnnv iiTii Th* Urael > for General Peron's friendship and support for Israel and the Jewish the Initcd Nations Political Committee wound up debate on „ LUINUU '\ ,J l A > — ine lsrael people. mi i" 1,u „.,..„,. ,„ ,u„ ,u. „i t Government, in notes delivered in \ y F fch item dealing with measures to avert the hreat o war-a n and Washington this week, Mr. Sharett arrived here for a eral Peron stressed, he had apwhich the Arab delegations had converted into an anti-Zionist; hoo mAmA Uriloin ,, lhn 1Tnif-fI day— the Soviet bloc delegates, who had soft-pedalled on the has asked Britain and the United j 10-day visit, the first leg of an j pointed a Jew as Minister to Tel IBIM since the Moscow statement, acted to shatter any hopes ement in the Soviet policy. ^erhoslovakia's Foreign Minister Vaclav David took the floor ke an impassioned defense of the Slansky trial and to repeat (ionthat Zionism was "a tool of American intelligence" and jie Jewish defendants in the Slansky trial were "a gang of spies gboteurs who had been in the service of the United States." Vishinsky Blasts Hope* he Soviet attitude was made clear in the reply of Andrei Vishin; chief delegate, to the statement by Abba S. Eban, of Israel'. In States to give the Jewish State op-1 extended Latin American tour, and Aviv, adding that he would always portunity to consult "on all aspects i was tumultously received by the of the problem bearing on the in-1 Argentine Jewish community. He was accompanied on his visit to the Casa Rosada by Dr. Yaakov Tsur, Israel Minister to Argentina; Dr. Pablo Manguel, Argentine Minister to Israel; and Dr. Ezekiel Zabotinsky, president of the proPeronist Organizacion Israelita Arterest of Israel" in the forthcoming Anglo-Egyptian negotiations over the future of the Suez Canal. Ambassador Eliahu Elath presented the Israel note to Minister of State Selwyn Lloyd at the Foreign Office. (A similar note was lo tHu,m u, uuu or.ua,., -*-. de i iv ered in Washington by David „„_;_„ er and savage comment, the Communist spokesman denounced ^^ Israe Minister to Deputv | & enl Iban'statement as "a mixture of slander and poisonous insinuaHe would not, he shoulted, "argue with slanderers," and he it beneath the dignity of the Soviet Union to reply "to all tilth Several thousand cheering Jews gathered outside Casa Rosada as the meeting took place. Earlier, thousands of persons watched Mr. Assistant Secretary of State John D. Jernegan. The Washington note was submitted because it is few days previously in the debate. Byelorussian delegate Kuzma I _5^ t -SStadb OM or bns and 28 Jewish community tils cooperating through the 1 Community Relations AdCouncil. The announcement Shades Of Gerald Smith US Arguments Against Rights Covenant Stir United Nations By MILTON FRIEDMAN (Copyright, 19.'.3, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) WASHINGTON—United Nations supporters would like to know where Secretary of State John Foster Dulles really stands on the I JTTl'^-jj^" question of UN efforts to protect K ing human rights which many felt ing that the United States feels a formal international treaty is not the way to pursue this task. The United States, said Mrs. Lord. were alien to our traditional concepts." He then referred to opponents of human rights as "alert citizens" who "have performed a patriotic service in bringing their fears to the attention of the AmerNEW YORK (JTA)—Argentine police this week prevented a mob from marching on and burning down the Israel Society headquarters in Buenos Aires in the aftermath of a bomb attempt on the life of President Peron. the New York Times reported. In a dispatch from the Argentine capital, the newspaper said that a mob which had attacked and burned the headquarters of the Socialist Party, the Radical Party and the Jockey Club of Buenos Aires was forming for a march on the Israel Society when the police turned it back. Some of the members of the mob shouted anti-Jewish slogans, the paper reported. question the human rights of minority groups. Dulles, as a delegate to the UN, in 1948 urged the General Assembly to draft a Human Rights Government will not endorse such a covenant. United Nations circles find Dulles' arguments against the Human Rights Covenant reminiscent of those advanced by the Daughter carrying out this program hiding division of responsiles —had been reached ben all the groups involved. A positive United States imation policy free from racism other discriminations; 2. Adtog civil rights; 3. Effective ns *s against Communist tacf infiltration and subversion; WIer respect for and applicaf traditional American civil ; 5. Protection of religious maintenance of separate church and state and proBo of interreligious underMB; 6. Development of need"*w local community relations %  cies. Senator Herbert H. Lehman said that the opposition announced by Dulles to the covenant "will give us no credit abroad." Events at Geneva, where a UN Human Rights Commission was working on the Covenant, proved Lehman correct. The delegate from India said the American decision against ratification "certainly takes the bottom out" of international huwould continue to work on the covenants to put them in "the most acceptable form" against the time "when and if" the United States decides to ratify them. Dulles contradicted h i mself when he testified against human rights ratification and made the United States ridiculous in the eyes of the UN. For it was the same John Foster Dulles who. on September 29, 1948, appealed to the General Assembly Assembly to endorse the Declaration on Human Rights. "But we must not stop there," Dulles said in 1948. "We Adenauer Says Ties Are Knit ian rights efforts. There was. must go on with the drafting of a agreement from neutral nations covenant which will seek to transfers of the American Revolution, "• ^.^ de egate p D Moro I ate human rignts i nto law." But Gerald L. K. Smith's Christian Na-1 crjticized the United States for when he got into a position to help tionalist Crusade and other bitter, ufv a coven ant even! "translate human rights into law" enemies of the UN. Speaking with £' %  WJJ draftcd Dulles decided he did not actually what he termed "the full authority | jntend .. to ^come a party to any of the Administration." Dulles tes-1 **£ !" 2^& £?£?£. such covenant." tified before a Senate Judic.ary ican.delegate installed _b> ***< Subcommittee that thl would not enter into He complained that comiortaDie %  "• %  %  _*•;' ~ ~ f the Jews A shocked civilization proval NEW YORK (JTA)—A delegation representing the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany called on Chancellor Konrad Adenauer in New York this week to express appreciation for the prompt ratification of the agreement between the German Federal Republic and Israel and the Claims Conference and to urge the speedy adoption of legislation referring to individual restitution and indemnification. Chancellor Adenauer replied that passage of the agreement was a source of deep personal satisfacUN treaty tion and that the large majority e Judiciary ican delegate ini-i.u "£ The conception of a UN treaty tion and that the large majority his nation publicans to replace: M s Ete-nor ^J£2£< ^ gr i ^.^ rman ParliaUN Human; Boosevel.found. hers f '"^^ I as a resu lt of Hitler's persecution ment indicated that it had the a p,lained that comfortable positionShe read to civilization proval of the majority of the Gerr-krr szttsz&ssx. Sms -&-:-.—•



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PAGE 2 Prosterman To Be Honored By JNF At Community Affair g—ml riiiwm fciMwj H I I I of the Jeit ~; -;: be honored sitii the piatatfl o.' %  prove tm li ml and %  CT— wsJ ceit-brouon narking [tftfcSay, according to an atnouncwnent this week b> Rabbi Moses llesehek.f;. Coiino! presi The pwt in Prortennar't honor M dH RHM of | recent JNF more here to undertake planting 3.000 tree;r. I-raei a a tr hut and Mrs Prosterman Some 500 treej were pledged at the xai meeting Eicb called for the gro\e According la eMM Mescheloff the boa marking Procterman's birthday wili be held on -g. Apni 2Snh. in th ;; %  ; i>eth Sbo. 1 • to Miami 10 hicago. where he •* %  o'-*i.nd 3 Lmcoh, Roid ilUn -Phoa5. sl 0n WlWaste,, OCULISTS *Tescnpu 0ns p^ Lenses end Froa* Duplicated ^2 Selection [ Styles Ofcbcicis oi the Greater Mian: Chapter of the Women's Committee. Brandeis University, who presided at a spring luncheon meeting in the Saxony Hotel are (seated the Mesdames Max Schwartz reservations; Ben Zion Ginsburg. president; Aaron Farr, vice president; Sydney Aioncvitz. treasurer; Jean C. Lehman, corresponding secretary; and Robert Green, vice pnsacer.: StancLng are r.e IfMdOBMi Harold Ttok, procr-rr. chuilMOIt; Harold Thurman. v.re pres.der: Alexander Robbins. vice president; Emanuel Goldstrich. vice president; Irv. lag Lehrmon, who delivered the invocation; and Nathan Strauss, vice president. Miami Hadassah To Hear First-Hand Account On Israel; Miss Shawmut Talks Journal Dinner Planned By North Shore Center The North Shore Jewish Center %  ill hold its fir^t Journal Dinner •Greater V;i.T.: will include musical selections by Hance on Sunday. May 31st. at the &J&& **Qa reRAtmsh 0 %  MI INSPECTION CM Mrs • • IHamld Uynn and a %  faort Monte rar, HotcI hen II ... Mr Erra FeingoH is in charge.! on committee are Morris including a Black Jack Klinser. Se;.mor LiebFtadassah Medical %  ri D 'MEMBER OF B'NAiB'RIJl Call 2-1776 'i be given n Net Clifford S. Perl-' a\; ; • \irIr\man. Leon M. Rosenblum. Morrfa ind the V Mol-' nator. anwill go the Hadas. and ^V,^T S i %  .. ... armed fan tsueht Ei st year there in the School in Tel Aviv The afternoon's enterta.r in I-r... I Smmmtl Prmittri Tvmpiv lsrm-1 \\ itnifti Plan llt'.'M-li LnilgV Mn lit'avo For Eft'iiai IS'riili 4 onvciiiion Twelve members of Miami Beach Lodge. B'nai B nth. will depart by auto and plane today for Tampa as delegates to the State B'nai B'rith Convention. The convention will be held at the Tampa Terrace Hotel and will. open tomorrow and close on the %  '• • b organisations. He is past president of Temple Beth Israel there m an officer of B'nai B nth Installation t VtV TtSSJ^tTv^L^^ 1 %  ****** luncheon will be I^l h ^L PM held b v lhe T "P' Il Sisterevenin of April 27th. wV?hi 7JZ1 ^ r8 ,*^f £t hood according to an announce*" !" P *U1 be headed by GilWW m ... lent of the JNF men th;s week b Mrs Hafn y bert J. Balkin. newly elected presi.rrTnVh^'T If 10 "; Slm "^ ^airman. The affair b *cnt of M.ami Beach Lodge, and WZ H !?u !1 m f^ r M f %  *•*• ^r Monday. Mas 4th. W1 "elude Jules P Channing. m IK 2f*2£! h M 12 30 p.m in the Schehe'rezade Jack %  Gold. Sam A Goldstein. -m, Beach-Lrae Zkmirt Pfatrict, R,,,,^ of he A jeft Ho Joseph A Kogos, Gershon S Miller. Judge Harold B Spaet will be G,,dfr " Zukernick. ing officer The program is also and the Bureau of Jewish Education S. el. IriM'dman A .M. IIVIIIIUII HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington AT Miami Becb Between Fourth and Fifth SU Hbr*w Religious SuppUse For STBaoognee mmd PrWi UM. Aio for Hebrw SchooU true -r-= Telephone $-t17 scheduled to include Cantor Jacob Kneseth Israel Social Bornstein in a number of musical Mr France li|ian prfM(ien of renditions and Lou Adler and hii K r.esc th Israol Sisterhood an '""' w „ nounces a card partv and socia' I^IH i"*!.?" I 1 "" lta ^ eS h ur scheduled for the social hail HTroTd TI~T^ Vn'Tr Ui ^ V** 0 *" on Wednesdav Harold Thurman and Ellard G. A pnl 29th. at 7:30 p m The PlanConn v,ce pr e si d e n t Mas Holts. „,„, Committee includes the Me" nerg. treasurer: Joseph Bulbin. re-, dame, K,ther Eisenatein Ida Finecording secretary: Henry H.rsch. stone Cells Ruppert. Regina M corresponding secretary; G Lou.s n (lara WemsUKk. Lena P, Mendelson. financial secretary: and k Louis Gillman. auditor MADE FRESH DAILY TRY IT...You'll Likelf 9£L Smoolki)J\ Ja&tWi! JAJUJWL! Recommended at i basic Health food Custard* smooth, iv to digest. Mode fresh Mf^ ia Miami from kxeJy produced milk. 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Uv APRIL 24, 1953 Jewisti Fk+icHnr PAGE 3 ited Synagogue Women Slate Confab johnina Hotel; Mrs. Magil Will Speak St"' B Southeast Branch of the Na• Women's League, United agues of America, will hold cnt h Year Spring Conferon May 3rd through 5th, with quarters at the Johnina Hotel. ({ye affiliated Sisterhoods rea ter Miami, Beth David, MiBeach Jewish Center, Zamora s h Center, North Shore JewCenter and Israelite Center, be host to the conference and tender a reception after the ing Sunday night synagogue ynote address on Sunday night be given by the national conce advisor, charge of the program. Mrs. Ben jamin B. Wolff, of Miami Beach, is president of the Southeast Branch. Mrs. Reuben J. .wife of Dr. Ruben J. Magil, [is Rahbi of Temple Beth El, tisburg. Pennsylvania. Mrs. j i s a civic leader, having been fehaimian of drives connected I Red Cross, Community Chest, Will Industries, Heart Fund United Jewish Appeal. She led the Women's Committee L adoption of the Harrisburg ZSLSSVSSL Ing Ordinance. hiyear, Mrs. Magil was cofman of the Israel Bond Drive larrisburc. culminating in the fha Elman Cogcert. She is also fcatcd with Hadassah, child wclLeague of Women Voters, tl.l Federalists, Foreign Policy kciation and her sisterhood Friedman To Head Temple Israel Men Harold Friedman now heads the Men's Club of Temple Israel. He was elected president at a recent meeting held by the organization in the Temple's Kapian Hall. Named vice presidents are Jerome E. Freehling. Herbert E. Kaufman and Edward A. Klein. Other officers are Morton A. Grant, secretary; Henry Hirsch, financial secretary; and Lewis W. Gorfine, treasurer. New Board members are Dr. Samuel Aronovitz, Benjamin F. Breslauer, Dr. Leslie T. Bukstel, Dr. Frank Coret, Fred Diamond, Barnett D. Freedman, Albert J. Hirsch, Hy Kaplan. D. Robert Lewis, G. Louis Mendelson, Frank A. Perlman, Edward Quartin, Elry Stone, Julius Werner I WANT MY MILK (-chairmen o f arrangements sarc Mrs. Harry Laufer, Miami. I Mr Jack Klinger, Miami Mi. Mrs. Henry B. Wernick, fpa. assisted by Mrs. Irving rman. Miami Beach are in Hebrew School Women Plan Election Tuesday p-nnon p pino? PARKWAY f MEATS ^POULTRY Election of officers and Board members of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation Sisterhood will be held on April 28th. at 12:30 p.m., it has been announced by Mrs. Edward L. Becker, president. The Nominating Committee consists of the Mesdames David Hecht, Michael Blank, N. Coulton, P. Duchon and D. Kleber. Mrs. Joseph Schwadron will be chairman of the election. Returning winners of the Southern B'nai B'rith Basketball competition, recently held at Charleston, South Carolina, are the Miami Hurricane AZA team pictured above. The team is an affiliate of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Left to right are Sandy Balbar, Stan Beiley, Bob Fischer, Alan Morgenstern, Stan Dick, Alan Greenberg and Don Farberman. Kneeling is Marty Hornstein. Newest of the AZA organizations, this is the first team in eight years to have won the Southern Championship of the United States. 3ir*. Wolt Will Addretttt North Shore Women The Sisterhood of the North Shore Jewish Center will hold an annual donor luncheon at the San Souci Hotel on Wednesday, April 29th, 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Jack Donnerstag will enterpre-medical Bruce Steir Accepted By UM Medical School Bruce Steir, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Steir, 1325 Meridian Avenue, has been accepted as a medical student by the University of Miami for the 1953 semester. In the programat the UniAnd Bo Bxe 0% FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "MUk Products*' Dacro Protected TEJL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at %  nd of Bird Rd. A Snapper Creek tain. 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PAGE 4 +Jenisti fhrldiar 2*n^ A p RIL24 out the loss of men with administrative abilities who no longer want to assume leadership because the job means devoting most of their time to raising funds Also, whether some new form could be worked out where the price of leadership is not so high and in that way checking the falling away of leaders ... An interesting analysis of these problems, prepared by Jacob Gross of Worcester. Massachusetts, is being studied by executive members of Jewish federations and welfare funds throughout the country The analysis is aimed at rebuilding the interest and participation <>f top lay leadership, to reverse the previous downward campaign trend and to strengthen Jewish ununity organization and services generally ... It has both shortIt would be impossible here to examine the many negative hall that operate on a nationwide level. But it is sale to assume ttu I weaknesses in Miami's drive represent a reflection ot those eir j .* from the New York office. Monday night's affair started J^t properly. Its elements were all praiseworthy. An eftort to '*' the observance of Israel's fifth year of independence with th B 1 tary fulfillment of previous pledges to purchase bonds was intd!2 and certainly above criticism. !" Dr. Voss is a kindly and mild-mannered soul. His reputation-11 a scholar is an enviable one. But on what basis was he presented itI Miami bond affair? Here, lies the essential confusion. As eiectfall chairman of the American Christian Palestine Committee.'he iiZZ ed extraneous issues that could have no meaning whatever for M bers of the audience who assembled at the Empress on Monday THE AMERICAN CHRISTIAN PALESTINE COMMITTEE vied 0 | spirit with Israel for laurels during the dinner. Almost as muchuM was spent by Dr. Voss in describing the relenting natures of hiitJ religionists as that consumed with explaining the urgent need ft! construction funds. Tenderly. Dr. Voss told the tale of his friends who examinedtkl ash and soap remains of Jewish concentration camp inmates nowraJ ing in jars im Mount Zion. Skilfully, he gave a word picture otaGM man drum found in the ruins of the Warsaw Ghetto: the drual been fashioned out of parchment taken from desecrated Scrolls of [ %  "Now.'' he said, "we understand for what the Jews have bej fighting." Dr. Voss thereupon assured his audience that ('hriidan would henceforth stand side by side with World Jewry in an effortI to insure the success of the new state. The committee of whfch ktl is executive chairman has dedicated itself to the t.i-k of enliven American Christians. In this regard, the ACPC sendmany civic asfJ political leaders to Israel where. I suppose, they become acqiuhHil with the fact that Jews are not really typified by their prevalent! Semitic caricatures But the ACPC need not take this devious route to acquire all information. They can. just as well, become aware of their errosual judgments here in America. Yet. assuming that the need for an AM lean Christian Palestine Committee is demonstrated and accepted,*! what value are its spokesmen at an Israel Bond affair staged anil tended by Jews? Certainly, nothing worthwhile can come of I to veiled confessions of guilt, no matter how well meaning. Where were these new-found supporters fifteen years ag the ashes and the soap now in the jars on Mount Zion cried otfjH help"" Where were they four hundred years ago during the n0 *4| the Inquisition, the apotheosis of sixteen centuries of their r*rsccssi| or eight hundred years ago when Holy Wars were waged? And where, indeed, are they today when bigotry -till rageshB government, industries and social spheres? If the American Chrw Palestine Committee is to become an effective organ upon *#I Jewry can call for aid, it must first mend its fences here at lM Let its spokesmen stage meetings among their co-religionists andastj] their guilt to one another. THE AUDIENCE LAST MONDAY could very well have toM* Voss for what Jewry struggled these last twenty centuries. And"* such are the speakers that the national office sends to Miami* elsewhere for the purpose of stimulating bond purchase-. If the" ence responded to him with tears, they were the tears of a to* 1 gratitude for kind words from no matter what source. As I see it. this sort of confusion stems from our bond ofiid* failure to bridge the gap between intention and method. I FIVE YEARS OF PROGRESS of Israel Bonds is to be regarded as a vast business enterprise. range and long range objectives and is based on four major points ... It indicates exactly what a continuing loss of dollars means ... It shows that the Jewish community regards the large givers as the leaders, and although this leadership is not sought after, it exists as a factor in community plan ing beyond all argument ... It brings out that leadership by default results in chaos and must harm all phases of community activities And it seeks to fix firmly the concept that fund raising is the means to an end and not an end in itself ZIONIST AFFAIRS: The Amer icanican Zionist Council has now completed 1 survey on the stand of each member of Congress on Israel ... The result is very gratifying There is practically no difference in this respect between the Congress under the Truman Administration and the Congress under the Kisenhower Administration A substantial majority of the present Congress is very favorably inclined toward giving American aid to Israel, and the prevail ing opinion is that Israel will this gel American aid to the BUM extent a.-, last year -. —*. wuua ia IU uv ii'Ktiiut-u a> a vast uusmt.• Ww all the attending public relations schemes, then purchasers'"a* %  approached on a more rational and less emotional basis.' Tlu ^3 l mercial attitude is the prevalent motivating force behind the natio" bond campaign, but efforts to enlist subscribers to the issue correspond with it. They are more hysterical than rcasonawrj give rise to such situations in which the American Christian PfM Committee becomes spokesman for a Jewish cause before a | audience. So far as the ACPC is concerned, it would be interesting to M the use to which it is being put in promoting Israel Bond saes 1 non-Jews. Here is a fertile field of endeavor for the organoai well as for the national bond office which, on occasion, boa* %  J non Jewish support it has been enlisting. But such conslderano'VJ remain secondary until disastrous errors in judgment, as were ed Monday night, are corrected. %  -.. ttif Dr. Voss is a renowned educator. His background *J^ M hlS —.. .;, is a irimwneo enucaior. HIS %  mittinl rejected the narrow 'confines of an individual church. P cr !" \<* to branch out into the problems of human interrelation*^ %  ^ theless. he could Bo no more than whip up further ggfyigjeSr when addressing a group whose soul is, afterall and desW ing spirit, foreign to him. An excellent orator, he agent, the national bond organization. The result was an aw in vocal rteclaim %ut silent otherwise. 1



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p,nAY. APRIL 24, 1953 jrael Is "Wholesome Factor", Dr. Voss (ays A? Bond Redemption Dinner Here I f| u young Republic of Israel was described this week as "a new, Li e somc factor in a blighted area of thi world," by Dr. Carl HerLq'n V executive chairman of the American Christian Palestine [minittee. Spi oking at the Jewish state's Fifth Anniversary Dinner, sponsored gfate (it Israel Bonds Monday in the Empress Hotel, he declared: nR V. creative influence and ex-1 pie cannol be underestimated i Iem of immigration wnich has jn j, r voss paid tribute to 'the crea sed 125 percent in these five wr faith and unlimited courage ycars have seen wnat has ^^ ,ho l^wli people ^ajidtold the done with the impetus ()f ca p ita i funds made available by the sale +JeisMcridlia,n PAGE 5 Lihorinu "f '50 dinner guests: ..\ s an American, I join with n ,v fellow Americans, be they L U or ncn Jew, in saluting the L i>r:icl on this Fifth AnniverL I hail it not only because TjVan antidote to the scourge of LiSemitism and an answer to the Crisb tragedy of many centuries L a l>n became Israel brings dyEmic forces of democratic thought [d action into the feudal Middle Lt," [judge Harold B. Spaet, chairman the dinner which climaxed Isel's Redemption Month in this introduced Dr. Voss. A huge thdav cake marked the occasion. of Israel Bonds," he said. "The doubling of agricultural capacity and the extraordinary achievements in industrial expansion has been made possible by these funds." The new roads and busses, the precision instruments and large plants for textiles and automobiles were all described hy Dr. Voss as a material tribute to the courage of the Israelis and the sale of bonds. The invocation was delivered by Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. A mesto the enneth oka. }A1M> "n exhibition during the Inner was a Book of Dedication, rlnu.l\ liM IIIU1W mv VVVUJJWIII "candles of which were blown of f congratulations bv Stephanie Oka. five-yearfcste from Joseph Cherner nadaughter of Judge and Mrs. l on "> treasurer of State of Israel Bonds, was read by Judge Spaet. Head table guests included members of the consular corps, Joseph Rose, Greater Miami chairman for ith a Proclamation by Governor, Bonds and Dr H Frank|in wil n MO "arty as a preface and in-i iams of the University of Miami ludiiu the names of all those who i Five Miami women received i redeemed their pledges for l Scr They were the | imc Minister David Ben-Gunon,. Mesdames 1^,;,, Ratspecher, Freda was announced here. | Kals(eini Li |i ian Goodman, Miriam Continuing, Dr. Voss stated, "As i press, Ida Bookspan and Harry Christian minister, my heart is: piatoff. armed by the fact that the Is-1 Us nave restored to the Ho| y! Fr#>firifk Fclriman bnd the beauty, dignity and: 1 IU1IRK LIW ldM farm which 2.000 years ago charr J"" () ]} t gop Mit/Vall Israel Birthday Cake—Stephanie Oka, fivey e a r o 1 d daughter of Judge and Mrs. Kenneth Oka, stands with the birthday cake which was cut during the Anniversary Dinner sponsored by State of Israel Bonds in the Empress Hotel. SPARE-TIME OPPORTUNITY MEN OR WOMEN EARN UP TO $100 PER WEEK CHLOROPHYLL, DIM. big package i HI drug stoiei :ii l i n w uvail.war uid BOW through our coin %  r. i. i dispenser al 5c. C'hioroptfyll Is nationally advertlaed In newspapers, magazines, radio, television, etc. Terrific demand created high repeal Need conscientious dealer In ..iti -n k ice stops, refilling and collecting money. No selling, i:quires '• hours weekly spare time, good references, car %  MO.OO operating capital to secure Inventor) and territory. Earnings ui> to Jloo.no weekb ,l spare time baafe and if work proves %  atlafactory, we will in financing i %  full time route with *i". ,00 Income s yeaj potential. Include phone number in application. K.V P. O. I!"* -:'T:i, Miami is. THE NEW Camp Osceola FOR BOYS AND GIRLS On Mills River & Silver Lake Horse Shoe, North Carotins Horseback Hiding • Private take Swimming Pool Caoable Seasoned Staff Resident Physician ana* Njrse Directors: Herbert Silver, B.S.. M.ED. Belle Segal Silver, B.A., L.I. 1,536 Buccaneer Ave., Miami Beach. i Ph. 84-9121 Limited Enrollment. Wanted MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN to share excellently furnished! home with widow. S.W. Section,, Most keep strictly kosher home. J Call 9-4427 — ask for Sunny, i $30 MONTH I., .... i i" LEAVE YOUR CHILDREN WITH US FOR DAY-OVERNIGHT-AIL YEAR OR SUMMER CAMP NOW OPEN Juniors Lodge NEW FLORIDA CBS-BUILT CAMP BOYS & GIRLS 4 16 (Between Hollywood and Ft. Lauderdale) ALL ACTIVITIES HORSES, CRAFTS, ETC. Will Please Even You! Your Inspection Invited fcterized that eastern Mediterrankn land, so sacred to Jews, Mostms and Christians alike." [The speaker related that in latMr. and Mrs. Max Feldman, of 2425 SW 24th Avenue, announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Fredr years he has travelled on four rick, tomorrow morning, April iffcrent continents where "almost 25th, at Beth .David Synagogue. ierywhere I was dismayed to see! pre drick is %  student at ShenDocracy in retreat. landoah Junior High School. He "But in Israel I saw democracy has been attending the Beth David the march — triumphantly and Religious School for the past eight finitely on the march." 'years. Dr Voss described his trips tot A Kiddush, tendered by the Feldirael and reported: "Just as the, mans in their j^s honor, will *a beal the British and the ] fo „ ()W the serv j ce nbs, BO will they beat the prob. — — Last Luncheon Of Year The last monthly luncheon of the year of the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center Women's Group will be held on Tuesday, April 28th, at the Center. The luncheons will be resumed again in the fall. Mrs. Leon Bernard is i chairman of the Luncheon Committe. Assisting are the Mesdames Ralph Lang, Jack Cohen, Aaron Shapiro and Buddy Stewart. "Net in Air Conditioned RESTAURANT DELICATESSEN THE "BEST IN KOSHER POODS I A Unique Dininfl Experience Delicious TRADITIONAL HMDAY NIGHT DINNERS 2.50 Unexcelled Jewish Specialties Knishes. Kishka, Kreplach DELICATESSEN 10 TAKE HOME 1141 WASHINGTON AVENUE Opposite City Hall CALL 5-2655 Hours — 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tbe South's Outstanding Jewish Camp for Boys and Girls CAMP CARLYLE HENDERSONVILLE. N.C. In the heart of vacationland, WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA DIRECTOR — WINTON L. MOELLER Principal, Woodward High School, Cincinnati, Ohio Educational, social and recreational activities — supervised by trained leaders. Horseback riding, water sports, golf instruction. Modern cabins. Doctor and nurse on premises. OWNER: Mrs. Jean Arnold, 8S0 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach-Ph. 58-8359 Local Representatives and Members of Camp Staff: Mrs. A. A. Hayden-Ph. 48-5490 Mrs. Mu rray Grossman-Ph. 48-8920 BLUE MOUNTAIN CAMPS BOYS # GIRLS High in the Pocono Mountains, 90 miles from Philadelphia or New York City • Separate Camps on opposite sides or the Beautiful, private Blue Mountain Lake • Offering the finest in camp grounds, facilities, food, counselors, activities • Intimate supervision for each individual child 33rd SEASON — SAME OWNERSHIP-MANAGEMENT Many children from Miami and Miami Beach have been coming to Blue Mountain Camp, summer after summer They find here, not alone Health and Fun, but also Fellowship and Inspiration. For literature I Information Communicate with Florida Representative MRS. FERNE SCHWARTZ PHONE 82-1493 EVENINGS CALL 86-6836 o4$k>%? C#fej [AT BIRTHDAY DINNER — Judge Harold B. Spaet (left) stands [with Dr. Carl Hermann Voss, principal speaker, and Fred I Jonas, president of the Miami Beach-Israel Zionist Organization, at the Israel Fifth Anniversary Dinner sponsored by State |onsrael Bonds in the Empress Hotel. OSEDALE to****** KOSHER STYLE COOKING AIR CONDITIONED • PRIVATE DINING ROOM • FREE PARKING Catering tor all size Parties P N.W. 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%  PAGE 6 U&htJbdd&ML i Beach CJA Drive Opens; Pepper Is Kickoff Speaker Describing the aims of the Combined Jewish Appeal as the purposes and aims of "the free world and of humanity, former Senator Claude Pepper addressed more than 400 volunteer workers at the Miami Beach kickoff breakfast rally Sunday morning. Pepper pointed out that the objectives of the CJA were not only Jewish objectives but the goal of all humanity, describing the relief and rehabilitation programs for refugees and the youth of Israel and telling of his interview with j David Ben-Gurion at which time, the Israeli leader voiced his determination to accept 300.000 refu-| gees a year. Chairman Harold Shapiro, of the Miami Beach Metropolitan Division, presided at the meeting and j issued final assignments to majors I and captains preliminary to the j door-to-door canvass. Rabbi Irving Lehrman partici pated in the program Harry Zukernick, division chairman, an-1 nounced that nearly $7,400 was raised by workers at the breakfast, bringing the total campaign to SI. 132.400. Aaron Kanner. administrative coordinator of the campaign, represented General Campaign Chairman Howard Kane. A proclamation issued by Mayor Lee Powell. of Miami Beach, was read to the overflow crowd. It proclaimed the day as CJA Day and urged the community to give its support. Trades Chairman Sam J. Heiman announced that his division, with a quota of S700.000 expected to achieve its goal within a matter of days. This quota is equivalent to more than one-hall of the entire campaign goal. FRIDAY. Married at Mount Sinai Hospital to Benjamin Eisenamith. of Detroit, so that her mother could be present at the ceremony was Miss Sylvia Gross, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gross, 1310 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach. Rabbi Max Shapiro, who officiated, is seen above congratulating the bride and groom as the parents of the bride look on. Guests at the ceremony included Mr. and Mrs. Louis Eisensmith, of Detroit, aunt and uncle of the groom; Mr. and Mrs. I. Warren, of Chicago; Miss Julia Nebesky; and Miss Helen R. Gross, sister of the bride. Radio Synagog Are You Sane, will be the subject of a sermon by Rabbi S M Machtei on the Radio Synagog program, at 9 a.m.. Sunday, over station WQAM. There will also be prayers, scripture reading, a question box and liturgical music recorded by Cantor Richard Tucker. Gables Sisterhood Slates Nominations, Style Show Sisterhood of the Coral Gables Jewish Center will meet on Mon-; day. April 27th. 8:30 p.m.. at the Center. The Nominations Commitj tec will present its slate of officers for the ensuing year. The Mesdames Sam Schulefand. Maurice Corenblum. Ethel Herskowitz and Anne Rossant will give a report on the Federation of Temple Sisterhoods' recent annual Convention that they attended in New York. A donor luncheon is scheduled by the Sisterhood for Wednesday. April 29th. 12 noon, at the Al-I Bjien Hotel. A style show and enj tertainment will be presented at that time. Co-chairmen of the event are Mrs. R. Citron and Mrs. S. Goodman. • J -.. :. 'jnmmpn *S* t^v ** Rabbi Jossrah E. Rackorsky 945 Michigan Artnue Miami Batch Phone 5-3595 Ivolcla >lv'rson Mub Will .Mark Israel Birthday Golda Myerson Club, Pioneer Women's Organization, will meet on Tuesday evening. April 28th, 8:15 p.m.. at Congregation Beth El. according to an announcement this week by Mrs. Anna Seltzer, president. The program will be devoted to observing Israel's fifth anniversary' of independence. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky. Musical numbers will be rendered by Miss Ruth Brotman, with Miss Anyuta Melicov at the piano. Chairman of the evening is Miss Ruth Uliss. Camp Saxon Opens On June 22nd Mr and Mrs. Alvin Rose, Miami residents for the past eight years, announce the opening of Camp Saxon, adjacent to the Saxon Motel, at 301 NE 62nd Street. The new day camp is the onlyone of its kind in the Miami area with a swimming pool on the premises, according to the owners. The 65 foot pool will be the focus for an extensive aquatic program conducted by experienced personnel in swimming techniques, the Roses said. Camp Saxon will present a complete outdoor camping life, including a playground that features softball, basketball, tennis and pony riding. Also stressed will be arts and crafts and a library hour each day in the camp reading room. Every counsellor, the owners explained, will be a teacher in the public school system. Slogan of the camp is: Country Camp Life In The City. Well-balanced meals will be under the supervision of a dietetician. Camp Saxon opens on June 22nd. Parents will have the choice of enrolling their children for a four or an eight-week session. Information may be obtained by dialling 84 5411. Schedule Federation 15th Annual Meeting: Reservations to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation 15th Annual meeting will be received beginning this week by Annual Meeting Chairman Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Members of the Board of Governors. Trustees and Executive Comjnittee have been notified of the need for early reservations, according to Mrs. Sirkin. More than 400 persons overflowed the annual event at the Masonic Hall in 1952, and the Empress Hotel has been selected as the site for this year's meeting in order to accommodate the 500 persons expected on Sunday, May 17th. Officers of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation are elected at the Annual Meeting and final reports are submitted on the 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal. Accordingto Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof, program chairman, the meeting will be one of the most important in Greater Miami history. Reservations are being received at Federation offices, 420 Lincoln Road. Election Meet TueT %  "" -nnual electionT*'! the Goodwin Group 1 : £51 Avenue. T The slate of offi Mrs members will ^ p N Nominating Committee J" of the Mesdames Marcelu chairman, Martha *£?' Shapiro. Sop hia M ,„e r £ M'ami Convalescent Home Specializing in Care to the Elderly and Chronically III. 24-Hour Nureing Service. Special Diets Strictly Obierved. Private and Semi-Private Rooms. LEO ALLEN. Director 335 S.W. 12th Avenue Phones 2-5437 and 9-027J Builders ef Im^ Memorials for tit jrort o nm Jewish Trade Look for the 2-Story WhiJ Building Thurmond Monument Ci MARKERS $40.00 PlOS CEMETERY CHARGES Opn Sundays Phone 4-1 PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Miami's One And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Delivery I Serving the Jewish Community Since 1926 Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS 3277-79 S.W. 8th Street 2**! 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*Jd*istfh>rldliar) PAGE 7 Jul* Mass ,orials Here ftillion rl* f 910 Bay 1 >ri v.Miami Beach Wednesday, April 15tn. igervtoes in -;.. raoari Miami uirn, who came Gorman IJjiveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Jacob Gorman, formerly of 3178 SW 25th Ail Malai Rachamin c". tiled wi i < hi'td Sunitiiy Beach ChapeL Mr. '" %  ;: "! •"' [ '*'\ f """ N, w *•**!! Street, will lake nlace Sundav Annraa %  past president of the Miami i"-c ounuay, /\pBeach Board be held in Miami Iday. April 2fith, 8 p.m., at jth El Congregation, will inpresent at ion of the Warhetto by RatW Shmaryahu readings by Herbert Berd symbolic lighting of six by Mrs. Gregory RosenLouis Si'hwartzman, execuLetor of the BureaXi of Jewluestron, will act as chairneeting to be held on Miami (Monday. April 27th, 8 p.m., hple Beth Sholom, will ini presentation of Rabbi Moscheloff. reading by Sydney era and the symbolic lightf-ix candles by Mrs. Harold Burnett Roth, Beach city lir.an and community leader, %  I chairman. | sion to the meetings is Hekets are available at JewIgregatlona and from mem[thecommittee: Morris Honehairman, Arthur DrevI. Powell, M. Miller, Gregory Iranz and Louis Schwartzrhe Memorial meetings are fed by the Bureau of Jewish don of Greater Miami. SAMUEL L. GRUBER 7". a retired manufacturer, ..f ISOQ IviiiiNX Iv.uiia Avenui', Miami ll>arh. died April liitli. He KM a Mason "f the Ionic Lodge umi a founder of the Association of lulled Auctioneers. Survivors inrludo his e/lfe and a BIMtor. Funeral services were held in New Fork, with local arrangements by lli'llinan t'linrwl. Miami Beach. ril 26th, at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery, with Babbi Max Shapiro officiating. Mr. Gorman is survived by his wife, Fannie, and four daughters. Mrs. Alex Stibel, Mrs. John L. Lundblad, Mrs. Robert Nedbor and Mrs. Samuel Kirchner, also 7 grandchildren. Mr. Gorman was a member of Beth David, also the Israelite Center. ; Arrangements arc in charge of Palmer's Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. THRIFT SHOP Jewish Home for the Aged 150 N.E. 53rd STREET OUR THRIFT SHOP NEEDS MANY ARTICLES OF POSSIBLE USE TO ITS CUSTOMERS Clothing for men and women, carpets, light furniture. Radio and television sets and electrical appliances would be welcomed and appreciated. TELEPHONE 89-8627 TO ARRANGE FOR PICK-UP SAUL MINSKOFF 71, of 40U" c'oiiin.i Avenue, Miami Beach, died April 16th. A retired i,mi.1.1. incame here 11 years ago from New York. Surviving are his son, Emanuel B.; two daughters, Mrs. Bylvla Si'hitt an, MORRIS LEVY li, dlnl S.in lay at hpme, "XS \\ 4,th Street, Miami BeaoM. Services were h.ut Tuesday in Riverside Memorial Chapel Mr Levy, a native New ) inker who llveil for 12jrers in Baltimore be/ore moving i" Miami Beach. Is survived bv his wife, Mrs. Sarah Levy, and a daiiBhter. Mrs. Marlon Koth. Miami Beach. HARRY ROSENBERG g| ..f ton sw -'iih Street, died Monday He came from New )'" !" '1 years ago He was a member of the Bartenders and Walters t'nlon. Local 133 A Mli ran "f U "I Id War I, Inbelonged to the Harvi l Seeds American l^eg -ii i osl Surviving are his A, Ethel; two sons. Hilly and JacK, both Of -Miami; B Inother and two sisters. NO SALT! NO SODIUM Yet so tsity that even those not on a sahfree diet love them. Why tolerate flat, tasteless breadstuffs any longer? .. put flavor into that salt-free diet with STREIT'S UNSALTED MATZOS STREIT'S MATZOS UON SHUT. INC.. tie mmmn si.. w torn. H. Y. ribMted fxcl i/if by HI-GRADE FOOD CO. 1733 N.W. 7th AVE. PHONE 9-8456 Wl Tf^ToT^I Hospital Auxiliary Meet ill W* M O0AW I (lark Ketzle, district supervis ... %  at t i %  '-, ,|. 12th AVENUE WNITY MARKET f.N.W. 12th Ave. & 7th St. "We Never CtW ICLIANINC HtADOUAMTfl-i isor of the Vocational Rehabilitation [Service, will be guest speaker at l the monthly meeting of the Board 'of Directors of the Women's AuxI iliary, Mount Sinai Hospital, today at 10 a.m.. in the hospital's MeI morial Room. RESH Iron the menus (f 25 million every day ere's a hint of wonderful things | come the moment you open ur Kellogg's Corn Flakes. First nes that oven-fresh aroma, then rustle of golden-crisp flakes nbling into the bowl and.finally, t wonderful first tatte which |ys Fresh! fresh! fresh!" Join the million people who will have el 'gg's Corn Flakes tomorrow. % e for yourself why they are the lorld's f a vorite ready-to-eat cereal. • May be used in all Jewish homes. CORN yttlOW -** 1 60Q0 \SJ. 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PAGE 8 Jewish fUrkfar Dorothy Oshlag Chooses June For Her Wedding To Philip Weinstein Dr. and Mrs. Hyman Lieber, of i Memphis and Miami Beach, an| nounce the engagement of their daughter. Miss Dorothy Bettina' 0hlag. to Philip Weinstein, Jr., son of Dr. and Mrs. Philip Weinstein, 1516 SW 12th Street, Miami. Miss Oshlag. daughter also of | the late Dr. Julius A. Oshlag, is a j graduate of Miami Beach High [ School and of the I'niversity of! Miami, where she was a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority. Nil. Kappa Tau, women's scholarshipleadership sorority. Lead and Ink. journalism honorary, and Delta Phi Alpha, German honorary. She was also a Student Senator, sorority editor of Ibis and exchange editor of Tempo. She is currently a cytologist at the ("anc< r Research Laboratory in Memphis. Mr. Weinstein is a graduate of' Miami High School and a cum. laurie graduate of the I'niversity i! Miami. He wai listed in Who's who in American Colleges And Universities. lie was an officer ol Aloha Lpsilon Pi Fraternity, a ier of Omicron Delia Kappa. • scholarship-leadership fraMiss Elbaum Weds Robert Schatzberg Miss Roslyn Laura Elbaum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Elbaum, 420 15th Street, and Atlantic City, New Jersey, became the bride of Robert Schatzberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schatzberg. 116 Collins Avenue, on April 15th. at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride selected a gown of imported chanlilly lace and slipper satin skirt extending into a cathedral train. Her illusion neck-! line was trimmed with seed pearls, and her only piece of jewelry was a strand ol cultured pearls, a gift from the groom. She carried orchidmi a Bible. Matron of honor was Mrs. Irving Fineberg. Bridesmaids included Marion Cohen, Judith YoungerMiss Lola fttur LoIaHe UrWi| Harold Stein JW Mr. and Mrs R! ^1 0 Euclid Avenu R e 0b ::> an engagement Dart. br The betrothal ,/g | Miss Fleur attend* v schools. Mr. Steh, H Forest Hills, x \ ri **1 Jen, at the S^jf He served in the Arm 2' taring the UM, wherc '* sophomore year The coupio plan t0 k. „. on September 13th, in Beach. m Tots About Town.J Miss Dorothy B. Oshlag Ardmore (loldin, VVishman Choose Full Rites Mr and Mrs. Ben Goldin, of Kaukauna. Wisconsin, announce the ternity. and treasurer of Alpha Epengagement of their daughter, n Delta, honorary pre -medical sh.imn Lee, to Robert S. Wishnian. mity. I son of Harry Wishman, 2375 SW sidenl and senior advisor of 2nd Terrace, and Mrs. Betty l.eEta Sigma, freshman scholar-1 vine, Forest Mills, Now York. fraternity, he was also presiMiss Goldin is a junior drama t ol I he Inter-Club Council, secstudent at the I'niversity of Mint the Inter-Fraternity ami, where she is also rush chair* %  i uncil and a member of Beta Beta man ol Phi Si^ma Sigma, social biological honorary. He is sorority, she ia member of the now a student at Washington Uni-1 Dormatory Council and a band versitj School of Medicine, where majorette. ,, member of Phi Beta Pi, Mr Wishman is a I'M senior, maternity, ana treasurer joring in accounting. His fraternol the class ol "56 it) is Mpha Epsilon Pi. The couple will be married in I The couple plan a wedding in June and will reside in St. Louis. I the Fall. WHAT DO YOU THINK OF VIE? asks Carl Henry Lerhburger, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Lewis, 617 East Di Lido Drive. trdmore LISEN, THE SITUATION THIS Debbie Banal daughter cf Mr. and MB. I aid Barmack, 117 North; Drive, is cnxious ior ml know. Her 79th birthday is a gala occasion ior Mrs. Elizabeth Urban who celebrated the event last week at Mount Sinai Hospital. Dietition Margaret Clark presents Mrs. Urban with a pink and white frosted birthday cake while looking on are: (left to right) Nurses Melva Brown, Carmel Grieco and Mrs. Charles Toffler, Mrs. Urban's daughter. A resident of Miami Beach for the past 17 years, Mrs. Urban makes her home at 1800 James Avenue. She is an active member of many local social and welfare organizations. man. Nancy Hirschaut and Charlotte Leeder. Willis Fineberg was flower girL Best man lor the jro >:ii Was Sam Steigman, with Ronald Lach-. man and Irving Fineberg acting as ushers. Gordon Fineberg was ring bearer, Newlywed Mrs. Schatzberg at tended the I'niversity of Miami and Columbia University. She is currently a member of the Nautilus School facility. The groom attended the University of Miami and the University of Florida The couple are spending their honeymoon in Nassau and Cuba 'I hey will make their home in Atlantic City and on Miami Beach Going Formal? BtR YOU WILL FIND THE MOST COMPLETE SELECTION of BOYS AND GIRLS WEAR ON MIAMI BEACH at MORRIS BROTHERS MIAMI BEACH 1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE Formal Wear that it frehly cleaned, imartly • tyled, properly Mted. Complete outfit! including shoes. PHONE 48-2084 UNIVERSITY U MEN'S SHOP 2828 Ponce Da Leon Boulevard Coral Gables Of course we have Miami Diaper Service! 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IY,.UPRIL 24. 1853 nai B'rith Women 9 Conneii Holds Ipetiontti Mrs. MMottman President he B'nai B'rith Women's Coun2nd vice president; Edyth Flei „...•!. i.'l,,rula will hnlrl its „o_J ..:-_ • __ "JewlslirhridHan be B'nai •>•• I 0 f South Florida will hold its lual installation of officers at iMonte Carlo Hotel on Thursevenlng. April 30th. 8:30 p.m. j e wlv fleeted officers to be inh f (l are the Mesdames Bernard mr.an, president; Sidney Suss, %  vice president; Gerald P. Soltz, \at*> Forum On [cart Disease Dade County Medical Associamim al the Dade County ,. rium on Tuesday evening bred a discussion of rheumatic [arthritic afflictions. I ed on the panel were Drs. r Rand Jack Q. Cleveland, r Thompson, Wesley S. Nock. leischer, 3rd vice president; Harvey Herman, corresponding secretary; Miss Edith Simmons, recording secretary. The Mesdames Bohrer, treasurer; Irving Cypen, historian; A. Frank Wellins, parliamentarian; Tena Katz, counselor; and Nathan Bloom and Harry Kaufman, trustees. Mrs. Sol Goldslrom is lw.orary vice president. Mrs. Hoffman has served as president of the North Shore Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women, deputy of District Grand Lodge No. 5 and past vice president of the Parent Teachers' Association of Templt Beth Sholem. Mrs. So!tz will be chairman ol r Thompson, wesiey a. NOCK. ""=• wi •"" ue lur H Wiland, Francis Keel-j t no installation. Dr. ami Robert F. Farrington. | The B'nai B'rith W |e 1 irum was the second in a cil of South Florida .. ... n A l.t, 111., Ill'lt \ in rtf ,1 akaai L. sponsored by the DCMA in i with the Miami Herjiexl week's discussion will lease. Admission is omen's Counis comprised of these chapters: Miami Beach, North Shore. Tropical, Coral Gables, Miami. Kleanor Roosevelt, Flamingo. North Dade, Emma Lazarus and Hollywood. >4r-,7*< ffrf PAGE 9 phen Barry Scher, son of Jeanne Scher, 729 Lenox (Due, will celebrate his Mitzvah on Saturday, Apfc-ih, at the Miami Beach tsh Center. Rabbi Irving irman will officiate. Stephi an eighth grade student Aiami Beach Junior High Bol and attends the ReligSchool of the Miami i Jewish Center. fiOfi — Ardmorc The Bar Mitzvah of Jerome Michael Weisberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Weisberg, 1485 Bay Road, will take place in the Miami Beach Jewish Center on Sat. urday, April 25th. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. An eighth grade student at Miami Beach Junior High School, the Bar Mitzvah also attends the Religious School of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. frdXirm^a^aV^msarmxtr, SCAROON MANOR H OT E L V/l SCHROON LAKE-.N.Y. Miss Marian Sirote Engagement Told Of Miss Serote At Party A cocktail party for 200 guests was the site of the betrothal announcement of Miss Marian Sirote and Fred Rosen. Port Arthur. Texas. The party was held on Sunday at the Hotel Algiers, Miami Beach. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sirote. New York City. She is in. her junior year at the University of Miami Law School. Miss Simte received the AB degree at the UM last Juno. She is president of Phi Sigma Upsilon, Delta Theta Mu, Sigma Lambda Phi and Nu K.-ippa Tail. Listed in Who's Who In American Colleges And Universities, Miss Sirote is secretary of FISGA and a member of the homecoming Queen's court last year. She is also affiliated with Nu Beta Epsilon, legal fraternity, and the Miami Law Quarterly. Mr. Rosen graduated from the University of Texas with the BBA degree in 1950. He is now a partner in the Port Iron and Supply Company. Port Arthur. Personally Speaking Bryna Beth Tashma, daughter of Mrs. Gertrude Tashma, celebrated her seventh birthday at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Kaplan, 3551 SW 3rd Avenue, on Saturday, April 18th. Some 33 classmates, of the Coral Way Elementary School, where Bryna Beth is in the first grade, were present at the party. "tr -to Mrs. William Loeb, of 1937 Meridian Avenue, will leave for New York City to meet her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Kats, of Los Angeles, California. On May 2nd, hey will leave on the SS Uruguay for a six-week tour of South America. Lieutenant Jesse L. Simon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Simon, 1325 Sorolla Avenue. Coral Gables, left J for his new assignment at Beale | Air Field Hospiial in California. He spent two weeks here with his parents en route to his new base. Lieutenant Simon formerly practiced optomctry on Miami Beach and has been base optometrist at Sumter. South Carolina, for over a year. He also covered the hospital at the base in Alexandria. Louisiana, during that time. Mr. and Mrs. Hank Meyer announce the birth of their daughter at Mount Sinai Hospital -on Tuesday. April 21st. Emma Lazarus Affair Emma Lazaru-, Organization of Miami and Miami Beach will hold a Warsaw Ghetto Ghetto Memorial on Wednesday evening. April 29th, 8:30 p.m.. at Flamingo Park, according to an announcement this week by Mrs. Malka Reich, chairman. .


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PAGE 10 *ki*incrJdVnrL IMDAY^APRD^ Mrs. NeedeSman Will Head Eleanor Roosevelt Women The Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold it.; annual installation of officers ;it the Colony Restaurant on Tuesday availing, April 28th. 8:30 p.m. Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz, past president of the chapter and vice president of B'nai B'rith Women's Ci until of South Florida, will install the newly elected officers. They are: The Mesdames Paul Needelman. president: Jerome Robinson. 1st vice president; Marshall Chern. 2nd vice president: Seymour Rosenthal. 3rd vice president: David Goldenberg, corresponding secretary: Irving Riemer. recording secr< tary. The Mesdames Herman Marks treasurer; Burton Yagoda, financial secretary; Sherwood Rosen, parliane'ntarian; Martin POrman, sentinel-guardian; Bernard Rosenblatt. • ian; and Stanley Saval, Alex Goldstein and Joel Diamond, Board bers. Suit/ will serve as counselor the group. MrM irtin Goldj ichairman of the installation. The group will also hold an Ap ri! Showers dance and show at the Nautilus Hotel on Sunday even. April 28th, 3:3d p.m. Mrs. JerEtobinson is in charge of the ce. • IAKE IT limit • IAKI IT QUICflR • SAKE IT KOSHIR 4 MttHWK | "fR0 %  PRCKAGI • 10 PW'! Shown a, *. —*. -—-ft ttarJtfS SST ta^'^Se^b^; cayne T.rrac. Hotel a.eWaWdJehlo $£%,£, ^^^ and Marvi „ Rauzin r.rs:K£^^: SENSES K3 &-* trustee. Guest speaker was former Florida Governor Fuller Warreiv \taimn\ \mv\tww CAKE MIXES R" i9'diei>is eVoewcai, J I Perfectly blonded li perfect %  *< r"> oldstein Unveiling The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Mrs. Annie i dstein will take place Sunday. v. ril 2'ith, 1 p.m.. at lit. Nebo emeterj Mrs. Goldstein, a pion-| er of Miami, passed away a year She is survived by her hus] ..I. 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 Mamches will officiate. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and ""Tativcs are invited to be present. Four Vacancies On Council Are Eyed By Sixteen Candidates Sixteen candidates will attempt to win seats on the Miami Beach; City Council during the June 2nd election. Reports indicate that this Is the smallest councilmanic race since 1947. Only four posts are vacant Of the 10 candidates, three are incumbents seeking re-election, i William Burbridge let the noon deadline go by last week without qualifying to succeed himself. He has occupied a council seat since 1932. with the exception of one term. Nine attorneys will vie for the vacant spots. They represent what is reported to be the largest single professional bloc that has ever qualified on Miami Beach. Also I scheduled on the ballot is a refer-1 endum initiated by Harry Plissner. ] one of the candidates, which calls' for the establishment by ordinance of an emergency ambulance systern. Councilman Bernard Frank mov-1 ed that the referendum be placed on the ballot ahead of Plissner'l scheduled appearance on the %  %  ids The complete list of candidates, in alphabetical order Includes: Samuel Blomberg, A Budd Cutler. Martin Drexel, Bernard Frank. A .i Kaplan, Nathan Mai muth, Harry Plissner. Darb) Rathman, Melvin J. Richard, M H Rosenhouse, James Ruby, Harold Spaet, Harold Shapiro. Harold Turk. Charles Wescourt and George o Whitney. Uolden Aavrs Seek Funds I To raise funds for its treasury. i the Golden Age Friendship Club 1 of the Greater Miami Jewish I \ nuinity Center will hold a spring dance on May 2nd. 8 p.m.. at the i Town Branch. The Golden Agers have a variety program for all members. The schedule includes: Tuesdays. 2 p.m.. a forum conducted by Sol Lasky. and square dancing under the supervision of Mrs. Rose Shlivak: Thursdays, a get-together evening supervised by B. Gorkin and Mrs. Minnie Kubenstein: and Sundays, business and social meetings. ICKEN SOUPS ^^ig^JVlU \ fiavorfvl, satistym, ItllG^l !" ^ \ go/den (hiiken soups.. King Lear, played by Mr. Sam Hirsch, associate professor of the University of Miami Drama Department, is now in its last week at the UM Ring Theatre. Mr. Hirsch is also d.rector of the play which highlights the Third Annual Snakespeare Festival here. The show will close on Saturday night, April 25th. RELIEVES PAIN OF HEADACHE•NEURALGIA NEURITIS GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Neve you. roof repaired now; you will iivt on • now roof latvr "ftatlifactory Worli by f .pinlrct.l Men" *14 W. 22nd Avenue PHOrjE 4-SMO Irving Straus Speaks Regeneration Of World Jewry, will be the topic of a lecture tomorrow afternoon. 3 p.m.. by Irving Straus at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson. 11th Street and Ocean Court. Mr. Straus is a noted portrait painter. 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f*Y. APRIL 24, 1953 insky Pushes Israel Attack At UN; ,pe Of Russian Friendship Wanes Continued from Paa 1 A ation and future general gytafey&cMfrn PAGE 11 [Continued from Pago i Malenkov and the Minister he Interior. According to this the "Jewish plot" charges I first hatched in a move to Bcria and were subsetedit Beria itly repudiated when [the strength to act. he issue of Soviet anti-Semitfwas woven through the entire debate in the Political tnittee. a debate featured by whole -hearted adoption by the J States of the Communist line their warm defense of CommuIpohcy. Previously( spokesman Several states had condemned Soviet Jewish policy. Anti-Somitic "Nucleus" ofessor Enrique Fabregat, of |uay. said he did not want to [bitterness to the debate, but \d to mention the case of the ure generations. The representative of Poland had in dignantly denied all the charges but for Israel especially it was a pressing need that this matter be aired." Dr. Salazar, representative of the Dominican Republic, charged that "anti-Semitism has become a permanent fixture of the international Community policy" as could be seen in numerous publications. He wanted to point out in this connection that the Dominican Republic had been the first to take in Jewish refugees from Nazi persecution and was ready to take still more refugees now. Dr. Nunez Portuondo, representative of Cuba, recalled the arrests of Jewish leaders and Communist officials of Jewish origin in East FT em Germany and in Hungary. "In mw doctors, first accused and'view of all these facts," he said, Ssoned on charges of acting as "the Cuban Government had reTs of American Jewish groups cently issued a statement which [later released. "This was a leworthy correction of policeprocedures, but it showed %  there was anti-Semitic nucleus emphatically condemned the per secution of Jews in the USSR and its satellite states and called upon all free nations to join in the dei,. Soviet Union, he declared. | mand that these persecutions, reminiscent of Hitler's anti-Semitic acts, cease." The expected Arab attack on Zionism was opened by the Iraqi delegate Abdullah Bakr who called Israel "the great menace and terror" of the Middle East. He compared the destitution of the Arab Iferrin^ to the "racial ques which had given the world (anxiety lately when it reaped in the countries behind the %  Curtain, the Uruguayan deleIsaid: Mrs Myerson, the repItative of Israel, had spoken [concretely. Indeed, she could have failed to mention the refugees with Hitler's persecution sacrifices of the Jews under' of the Jews. Mr. Bakr accused the lazis. the many martyrs. All j Zionists of everything from demaa tragic warning to our gener-1 goguery to murder. ^YASHIN NEWS'L Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lieberman, of 2810 SW 25th Street, recently celebrated their golden wedding anniversary with a party in the Sorrento Hotel. Married in New York on March 28, 1903, the couple lived there and in Mount Vernon until 1940, when they came to Miami. Mr. Lieberman was in business until his retirement in 1946. They have t w o children, Mrs. Charles Levine, of Tampa, Mrs. Herbert Sanders, Miami, and four grandchildren. Explain Moaning Of Sisterhood Harold Shapiro, commentator on the radio program, Meet Your i Neighbor, special feature of the Yiddish Classical Hour, has invited as his guest speaker Mrs. Benjamin B. Wolff, president of the Southeast Branch of the National Women's League of the United Synagogue of America, on Sunday, April 26th, 8:15 p.m., over station WINZ. In connection with the forthcoming annual Spring Conference of the Southeast Branch of the National Women's League, United Synagogue of America, Mrs. Wolff will speak on: What Is A Sisterhood. (EDITORS NOTE: The following Washington Letter from fed Stales Senator George Smathers is written exclusively for {Jewish Floridian. Senator Smathers' column will appear ihly here, touching on issues pertinent to American Jewry, vspoudenre addressed to him should be mailed to the pubr's office.) By UNITED STATES SENATOR GEORGE SMATHERS WASHINGTON — On this, the fifth anniversary of the founding I State of Israel, its people can look back on remarkable achieveI am proud that the government of the United States has in the creation of the new democratic State and has been ring constructive assistance in its development. Every liberty! individual throughout the world has cause for rejoicing that a f. which for 2,000 years dreamed of re-establishing its homeland, ade such extraordinary advance in so short a time despite great hardships and external threats to its existence. It is also a i of deep gratification that the State of Israel is a new force for ^m in the Middle East and is oriented ideologically and politically he free nations of the West. one looks back on the five momentous years of its independlone cannot but admire the imagination, courage, ingenuity, reffulness, dynamic energy, as well as the capacity for sacrifice, |ave been exhibited by the people of Israel in the development V country. Large areas of waste have been reclaimed, new towns Pages built, road constructed, irrigation projects developed, min% sources discovered and new industries promoted. All this has joinon while the country has had to absorb a large Jewish immicomlng from countries of greatly varying cultural patterns. |ve years ago the Jewish population was 650,000; today it is alMO0.00O. The 750,000 homeless Jewish men, women and child|*o have come into the country from every corner of the earth the last five years, exceed in number the Jews who were living el at the time of the creation of the Republic. There have" been Problems with respect to food supply, shelter and economic and '1 adjustment, ronted y a mass immigration, unprecedented in modern its scale and intensity, the Israeli government has had to rely "P'Tary measures which necessarily interfere with long-range for developing the country so that it may become economically % Porting, gut j have no doubt tnat the vision and dynamic lead[ exhibited thus far, given a period of peace, will result in great s in the development of the natural resources of the country Providing a firm foundation for its industry. In the ancient Lh li prophet Isaiah: "And they shall build the old wastes, %  nail raise up the former desolations and they shall repair the Icities." C. cou ntless friends of the State of Israel anticipate rapid prog pa win continue their support of her valiant efforts to establish '"dependency. But they also look forward to its becoming spiritual force as of old—a force that will command the con%  "espect and admiration of the democratic nations of the world. %  e many well-wishers on this, the fifth anniversary of independine state of Israel, in extending to her my sincerest felicitacontinued peace to develop her material and spiritual reAsk For Talk On Suez Canal Area Continued from Pag* 1 A raeli view that Colonel Bennet de Ridder, Belgian officer heading the Israel-Jordan Mixed Armistice Commission, has failed to carry out his duties as chairman of the commission and should be removed. Commenting on an attack by the government-controlled Kol Israel radio and by several Hebrew newspapers. General Riley said that the picture of Colonel de Ridder in the Israeli press was "erroneous and unfair." The Israeli charged that the Belgian officer had refused to call an emergency meeting of the commission to clear up a number of border incidents. An Israeli spokesman revealed here that Israeli forces had foiled an attempt by Arab infiltrees to enter Israel by sea. The spokesman said that an Israeli patrol on the southern seacoast spotted two boats approaching the shore. They warned the Arabs and fired on them when they ignored instructions to halt. One boatload was captured, but the second escaped, the spokesman said. Corenblum Unveiling The dedication of a head stone to the memory of the late Howard David Corenblum who passed away at the age of 6 months will take place Sunday, April 26th, 8 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating. Baby Howard David is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Corenblum, a sister Robin Sue and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Corenblum and Mr. and Mrs. S. Denaberg. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Monument. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. GLOBAL SHORTS Austrians Ready For Reparations VIENNA (JTA) — Indication that the new Austrian Cabinet intends to carry out the pledge of the previous government to pay reparations to Jewish victims of the Nazi regime was given here this week by Chancellor Julius Raab in the first declaration made by him in Parliament on behalf of the new government. Dr. Raab told the Parliament that the government intends to pay reparations to former residents of Austria now living abroad as foreign citizens. The Chancellor also reported that the government intends to ease the laws against former members of the Nazi party in Austria, explaining that this can be done in view of the fact that "Austrian democracy today is deeply rooted." Report Mass Arrests In Syria TEL AVPV (JTA) — Mass arrests of Syrian Jews was reported here by the Arab daily, Al Yom, which is published in Israel. The newspaper said that Syrian Jews who had fled to Lebanon had been kidnapped by Syrian secret police and forcibly returned to custodv in Syria. Warsaw Ghetto Memorial In London LONDON (JTA) — Six candles honoring the memory of the 6,000,000 Jews slain by the Nazis were kindled here at a meeting organized by the World Jewish Congress in commemoration of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising. Bertrant Russel, renowned philospher, told of his fears when it seemed that Russia was embarking on an anti-Semitic campaign. He added: "Now the Russians appear to have undergone a change of heart. I hope it is real." Ask To Inelude Nazis I'nder Law NEW YORK (JTA) — American authorities were asked this week to apply equally to Nazis, Fascists and Communists the McCarranWalter Immigration Law provision which denies entry to all members, past and present, of organizations "which advocates the establishment in the United States of a totalitarian dictatorship of totalitarianism In letters to Secretary of State John Foster Dulles and Attorney General Herbert Brownell, Henry Edward Schultz, national chairman of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, took exception to the ruling of the US Immigration and Naturalization Service that "sympathy with or membership in the Nazi Party no longer constitute a basis for exclusion from the United States." Ike Greets Jewish Labor Committee ATLANTIC CITY (JTA) — President Eisenhower lauded the activities of the Jewish Labor Committee in a message sent to the organization on the occasion of its national convention here this week. "On this 300th anniversary of the first Jewish settlement in America, the dedicated work of the Jewish Labor Committee assumes special dignity and meaning," President Eisenhower said. "You notably helped, to arouse the conscience of the free world to the recent terrible evi dences of anti-Semitism in Eastern Europe. We must be forever vigilant against the resurgence of any such evil." Shelve Sehool Rible Reading Rill SACRAMENTO (JTA) — The Committee on Education of the State Assembly has shelved a bill authorizing Bible reading in the public schools of California and the proposed measure is now considered dead for this legislative term at least. The committee took the bill "under advisement'' without a vote after public hearings at which its supporters and opponents were heard. Minnesota Senate Passes FKP Rill ST. PAUL (JTA) — The Minnesota Fair Employment Practices Bill is pending action by the Lower House of the State Legislature following its adoption by the Senate. The bill received a 39-22 majorityafter a three-hour debate. The bill is supported by Minnesota Jewish, civic and church groups and enjoyed bi partisan support in the Senate debate. Gestapo Of f leer Goes On Trial FRANKFURT (JTA) — Former Gestapo Lieutenant Fritz Hildebrant went on trial this week in Bremen on charges of being responsible for the murder of thousands of Jews at several concentration camps he headed in Poland and the Carpathians. Thirty witnesses. including some who were summoned from new homes abroad, were to testify against Hildebrandt. Johnston Impressed With Israel TEL AVIV (JTA) — Eric Johnston, who visited Israel on a worldwide tour of inspection of American Point Four projects in President Eisenhower's behalf, said this week that he was impressed by the favorable conditions in Israel for foreign investors. Mr. Johnston conferred with Premier David Ben-Gurion, a number of other ministers and with economic experts in Israel and visited a number of industrial establishments in this country. >>>€<< .„ Rank Closing Attributed To Rias FRANKFURT (JTA) — Mayor Walter Kolb, of Frankfurt, told a German court here this week that he believed that it was the jealousy of other bankers or anti-Semitic tendencies among German officials which was responsible for the closing of the Jewish Restitution Bank of Frankfurt by the State of Hesse. Testifying at the trial of five officials of the bank, including Joseph Klibansky, best known Jewish lawyer in Germany. Mayor Kolb pointed out that in the case of a bank scandal involving non-Jews, the state recently hushed up the matter. Art Singers On The Community Art Singers, a group organized and directed by Paul Held, Doctor of Music, will appear on the Jewish Hour under the sponsorship of Mr. Jacob Schachter over station WMBM, Sunday, April 26th, at 12 noon. Doctor Held holds degrees from the Berlin Conservatory of Music, Jewish Hour Columbia University in New York and the Chicago College of Music. The singers, who are from Miami and Miami Beach, will sing America The Beautiful, Go Down Moses, a chasidic melody entitled, Bim Bom, and a Hebrew melody called. Hoy Chavivi, Hoy Machmadi.



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PAGE 12 |.<(rt"H''r Beach Servicemen's Center Marks First !" <*£,, Birthday Tonight; Army Office Attend c,cs ng L 6 fc ~ M: < %  • %  -. B< ich Servicemen's ,: it %  %  .,<• %  the i niversar} of Its inception i Beach \ i lit • ium ceremonies I might Servicemen and women of th* entire Southeastern area o( f have been invited to attend, ink t-t of admission i< their uniform. Approximately 1.000 junior hostesses will be there ;•> dance with them. Refreshments will he ed, and there will be entertainment by leading night cluh stars. Master of ceremonies for the evening will be Bob Hanna. radio and TV personality Guests of honor will include Brigadier General Albert P Cool ey. Commanding General, 3rd Mar ine Aircraft Wing; Colonel Walter I. J. Ba>lor. Assistant Wing Com mander. 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing; and the following officers from the Marine Air Station. Miami; Colonel Thomas G. Ennis. Command ing Officer; Colonel William F Hausman. Executive Officer; Major Philip N. Hess. Special Services Officer; and Captain John McCabe. Public Information Officer. From the Air Forces Colonel John L. Daniel. Jr. Commanding Officer of the 456th Troop Carrier Wing, and Major John W McKinnon. Special Services Officer, will be present General Cooley and Colonel Pan iels will present scrolls to thr Miami Beach Servicemen's Center for services it has rendered to servicemen for tha pa1 >iaCitati >ns resented to Mayor D Lee Powell, tor the City of Ml ami Beach; Paul Wolfe, tor the Musician's Union, Local 855 AF M. Jerr> Baker, reawaenting the American Guild ot Variety Artist; and Angelo Sands, for the Stage Hands I nion in addition, Maurice Klein, dlrec tor of the Servicemen's Center, will present citationto Mrs. Ro*€ IField, coordinator; Mrs. Peggy McKay, finance officer; Mrs. S. Jonathan Spector. public relationOfficer; Miss Hattie Milan, chairman, senior hostesse.-; Mrs M. M Co' lock. supervi>or. junior hostesses; Mrs Jennie l.indeman. chairman, refreshment committee. Miss Fran ces Alderdice. for the Miami Beach Professional Women's Club; Claude Ritter. auditorium manager. Bob < Hanna; and Fred Brown, for the American Legion Police Reserves Also cited will be Governor Cafe tena. Dubrow's Cafeteria. Concord i Cafeteria. Hoffman s Cafeteria. Barney Rosenthal. of Time Square Cafeteria. Italian Village. Angle 4 Fred s Picciolos and Mei Yin Restaurant Words And Mask ;ththeme i„ r the closing luncheon "f the m terse lawad by the Greater Miami chapter of Ha dassah Cantor Samuel Kelemer, mple Beth Sholom. will provide ih nu Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, the words from The Prince of Players—Ed in Booth, by Elinor K.i [gl< The program is scheduled for the Pagoda Room of the Saxony Hotel on Thursday, April 30th. at 12 noon There will be a special table reserved for men. Th-* following group chairmen will assist: the Mesdames Frieda Rubenstein. Stephen S. Wise; Her man Popkin. Shaloma; Anne Melnick. Henrietta S:old; Joseph Gould. Henl; Samuel Fisher. Mount Scopus: Edward Cohen. Deborah; Charles Gettleman. Hanna Senesch; Gencvieve Stern. Mcnorah; Bert Kleiman. Israeli: and Miss Lillian Goodman. Business and Profession. MrHarry Magid is chairman of reservations. Mrs. Harry Platoff is treasurer. Coordinator for all groups is Mrs Morris Alpert. m ^ V* / Dr. Pearson Speaks At Beth Sholom Dr. Jay Pearson, president of the Vniversity of Miami, will be featured speaker at a progress dinner Of the Temple Beth Sholom Building Fund Campaign on Sunday. April 26th. 6:30 p.m.. in the Algiers Hotel, according to an announcement by Leon J. Ell. president. Dr. Pearson will speak on the theme of the partnership between culture and religion. Temple Beth Sholom is in the -of conducting a campaign for S500.000 to erect a new House i Worship adjoining itpresent .;•• an.I 41st -':.. %  The dinner ithe first ma r function of the campa: Sharvt Chapter flans leathering Bnai B'rith Young Women of Sharet Chapter will hold a mem bership gathering on Sunday. April 26th. 7:30 p.m.. at the home of Sylda Botwin. of 116 Sevilla Avenue, Coral Gables. A buffet-style dinner will be served. Members of the committee are Mignon Benson. Dorothy Ba and Lenore Cook. The next regular meeting of Sharet Chapter will be on Tuesday, April 28th. at the home of Sally Grossman. 3421 Percival Avenue, Coconut Grove. Pythian Card Party The Pythii i Sisl le No 33 will -p msor their th annual card and Mah-Jone, party on Wednesda) night April at 500 SW 17th Avenue Mrs Manny Rudes and Mrs Bernard Kaplan are co-chairmen. Opens At UM Today The Third Ann.ial Shakespeare Conference, featuring the realm.. of scholarly papers by authorities < n Shake.-peare and the Age of J-hakespeare. will open today Schiff Chairmen Are Named By Flagler Women Mrs Herman Feldman. chairman of the Women's Group of the Flag ler-Granada Jew. sh Community "enter, has anlounced the apx>int m e n t of •hairmen for the .oming year. '! h -e include: im, Mr-. lease Freed: donir. Mr.lack Cohen; hospitality Mrs. ftliman a n d reception. MrAlvin Newman: luncheon rm nu-. Mrs I.eon Bernard: refre-h:.: nts, Mr-. Harry Hirsh. Ways and Means. Mrs. Jack Shaw; table planning and decorator luncheons. Mr> Harry Hlrsch; historian, Mr-. Sidney Stiller; and publicity, Mrs. Phillip Pythians To Attend j Florida Convention i Several Pythian Sisters of i Roosevelt Temple No. 33 are mak ing plans to attend the 49th annual 1 convention of the Grand Temple \ Pythian Sisters of Florida schedul-1 ed for Orlando on April 28th through 30th. Mrs Henry Greenbaum. present District Deputy for the 5th district of Florida, will go as Grand Representative of Roosevelt Tem-' pie Mrs Lewis Brooks. Past Chief. ( will take the Grand Temple de-1 gree at this session. Mrs. Lewis %  Pomerantz will attend in order to preside as president of the Secretaries' and Treasurers' Association of the State of Florida and will also take the Grand Temple degree Pythian Sister Bessie Block will attend the general session. Fannie Gordon, of Texas. Supreme Chief of the I'nited States. Canada and Hawaii, is also scheduled to be present. V Approving the preliminary plans of the S500.000 addi^i Temple Beth Sholom are three top leaders in the campcajj raise the money needed to erect the building. Th e ^' plans arrived last week from the New York office oit architect Percival Goodman. From left to right are ( Silver. Temple Presid en t Leon Ell an d James Albert Junior Hadassah Plans Dance Elaine Schwartzman. of the Miami Unit o( Jm dassah. announced that tael will hold its annual April! Dance on Sunday. April L, 19 p.m.. in the Pompadowl of the Sherry Frontenac Ht Fund Raising Chairmaa: Wolfson said thit all | go towards Junior I Children's Village in Israel | : bers of the unit who arei I Miss Wolfson with am are Pat Pearl, Delores PearLl| i Divon and Ona Kaplan. Ray vis Dies At 73; Was Pioneer Here Harry Rayvis, a pioneer merchant of Miami, died here on Sat urday at the age of 73. He lived at 1375 SW 18th Street, having come to thia city 30 years ago from Philadelphia. He was the founder and owneroperator of Rayvis Men's Shop in Miami and Hiii's Store for Men in Coral Gables. Mr. Rayvis was affiliated with the B'nai B'rith. the Miami Zionist District and Beth David Synagogue. Survivors include his wife. Bertha: a son. David; one daughter. Mrs. Sylvia Schatzman. of Miami, and a brother Services were on Monday at Gordon's Miami Funeral Home, with interment on Mount Nebo Cemetery. l>£'iVisli;M-li Ousts n. who ran on an ai.ti-Slick platform; and Da\id Augustus, who was returned to ofllCe. Mrs. All man Fetes Husband With Surprise Party Mrs Morris Altman. of 700 14th Street. Miami Beach, entertained with a surprise birthday party in honor of Mr Altman's 65th bjrthday last Sunday. Guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Phil Abraxns and daughter. Carol, Mr and Mrs. Joseph Brodes. Mr and Mrs. Edgar Dressier. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Chait. of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs Dave Bornstein and daughter. Linda. Syracuse, Mr. and Mrs. M. Leth. of Philadelphia. Miss Sarah Starr, of New York. Mr. L. I.aikin. of New Rochelle. and Mrs. M. Forer. To Install Rappaport] JWV Commander I Oscar Rappaport will be ai ted as Commander of thjS I Bruce Brown Post, No. Ht ish War Veterans nf" i States, during ceremonial day, 2 p.m.. at the Beth f gregation Former l'_tiji\ Senator Claude Pepper is f ed as principal speaker. Wanted /^ivitv\l> Coffee Shop Shewn above are members of the South Shore Committee who spearheaded the erection of Pier Park ir. the South Beach crea of Miami Beach, according to an announcement thia week. Left to right are Joseph Dube. Mrs. Lena Mintzes, chairman, and Louis Shafkin. Let WOMAN FOR UGHTjl KEEPING AND COMPAH CONVALESCENT LADY. HOME AND SALARY. EVENINGS, 3-4195. | N COUNTY JLD'I D DE co r T *ii. %  MAN :: SlI.VKK %  iildinf* %  *" WOIIRY About Your FOOD A Complete Catering Service Beautiful Hors D'oeuvree Mad* to Order Rental el CHINA • SILVERWARE LINENS Entertainment and all other details arranged for your formal end informal affair* PHONE 3-5463 NIOHTS. 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y APRIL 24, 1953 Glasser Takes In Jerusalem [iversary Parade CSALEM — The fifth anniof Israel's independence trlicd here Monday by a giIreview i Jewish troops beLioe Minister David Bcnand President Isaac Ben Iwing the parade, in which L thousands of Israeli sollarticipated. Mrs. Louis GlasMiami Beach, was honored k or Abba Hoshi. Mrs. GlasU pled the anniversary celeui'h an inspection of a of industries assisted in levelopment by the Israel sue. inspection was part of a ;< survej of Israel's econ•uhlciiiby a women's deleof the bond drive in the States. A member of the on. Mrs. Glaer arrived in ish state last week. Prior lurking on the survey, she in placing a wreath Sunthe grave of the late Presiaim Weizmann. Miss Youngerman Talks On Dancing Here The Development Of Modern Dance, will be discussed by Judith Youngerman at the next meeting Of the Liberal -Arts Group on Thursday, April 30th, 8:15 p.m., at the Town Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Miss Youngerman, who will demonstrate modern dance techniques in connection with her talk, has trained with Martha Graham and Jose Limon. The program will also feature a film on modern dance, Jenistirkridirtn PAGE 13 Irson Unveiling Medication of a monument (memory of the late Gerald %  Meyerson, age 21, who away a year ago, will be today, April 26th. 2:30 p.m. S.nai Memorial Park Cemeis survived by his parents, Mrs Joaepfa Meyerson; a tRobert; a sister Doris; and rrnul grandparents, Mr. and levcrson of New York. Ar|ents aiiin charge of Miami Monument ComiFricnds and relatives are In attend. Kalnius, Turner Are Transferred North Sam Kalmus, chairman of* the Board of Directors at Zamora Jewish Center, will move with his family to New York City the earlypart of June. Mr. Kalmus, who has been executive manager in charge of warehousing for the National Silver Company of Miami, has been transferred to the main office of the firm and left Saturday for New York to take up his duties there. The firm is discontinuing its local branch. Mrs. Kalmus, who is chairman of the Board of Directors of the Sisterhood, will leave for the North at a later date to join her husband with their daughter. Max Turner, executive sales manager of the local branch of the firm and a member of Zamora. will also be transferred to New York City and will move with his family in June. ,.o — '"•• \vJGUST BftOS ftvt GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS dturt Top*. Berelod Miirorg and ReailTering Our Specialty & G. Glass and Mirror Works 36 S.W. 8th Su PHONE 3-4834 ORRIS ORLIN IRVING GORDON — General Repair on all Make Trucks and Cars Electric and Acetylene Welding COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrecks Rebuilt — Body Repairs and Painting K'e Pick-Up. and Delivery — Wrecker Service 3-2244, 2-6652 840 S.W. 8th Street 5§a* 'fl Ktr Onw OHS m %  • mc,,"""" .f '*., """•^ *,/*'"" *, I As in all eriitf fftwgs, nWe's DELICATESSEN and [DELICATESSEN! IManulacturers come and manuliactui.i. go; old names fade laway and new namet appear. ISome ate qood. some are better, |W at always, there ii THE BEST! For eighty.three honored year* you and your great-grandfather h lated the name of ISAAC GELLIS with THE BEST...be. cam* >ou recognize the incomparable taate and quality of a Gellii' product This is not a reputation which has been won by accident or %  •:• It's the result of 83 yean of devotion to the ideals of Kashiuth and quality, under the direct and unbroken Gellis family aupervnion. Its the result of three generations of Gellises (and a fourth in training) dedicated to the family enterprise and tradition of purveying the FINEST KOSHER PROVISIONS IN THE WORLD Said from Miomi lo Montitat • from Potlhnd (o Paiadtno Write for nome of nearest GEMS dealer !" f, y 1 ? 6rS ^ lv lsion oi ,h e Combined Jewish Appeal makes final plans E1K2 u* L f th i year "' a Dan cerama bonefit on Saturday evening, April 25th. at the Beach Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Shown at a workers' meeting wan ieen Age Coordinator Emanuel Troop (center, rear row) are seated (left to right) RoseMarie Straus. Dolores Habid, Adrienne Belanoff, Pat Weiner. JudyThillips, Judy Shapiro and Marcie Gross. Rear row are George Lefcoe, Sheldon Rosenthal, Tropp. Barry Hodus and Cliff rreed. More than 500 youth representing some 40 organizations in Dade County are expected at the event. An all-teen-age program of enter'.ainment will be presented, and dance music rjjrv r I bY S an BaUey and his T ne-ettes. Scheduled as master of ceremonies is fcdaie D'veck. Other s appearin g include Fran Blumenfeld and Natalie Fendrick. Adrian Thai Mink Now Offered For Individual Needs Adrian Thai is now closing out his collection of some of the finest Cerulean and Lutetia minks available. The Cerulean variety. Mr. I Thai explains, is sapphire and the newest of the blue-toned mutations. The Lutetia tends toward the grey. I Also in the close-out collection are Royal Pastels, the ever popular brown mink for cats and stoles. Mr. Thai, of Lincoln Road and New York, is a pioneer promoter of furs for Florida, having come to Miami in 1937 to serve women's fur needs here — needs specifically designed for tropical resort and residential living. In 1939, Mr. Thai established the first fur department on Lincoln Road at, Verrisattis, and this year, he opened his .own, salon at 716 Lincoln,Road. With a wide knowledge of furs and tailoring, Mr. Thai is in a position to fill the requirements of each woman in the mink market. Prices, he says, vary according to quality, color and quantity of the skins. From eight to 18 minks, according to Mr. Thai, may form a stole, adding up to totals ranging from $875 to $2,500. The finest is the Topaze mink, a mutation fur which is golden in color and which Mr. Thai acquired at Fall auction sales in New York City. Adrian Thai Furs currently has a substantial number of them on hand for the discriminating purchaser. White mink, dedicated to formal evening wear, is also in the Adrian Thai collection and offers supreme luxury in fur coat and stole attire. ^Pecfi/e a/io A-H/ in faneia/jrarW A service that leaves a lasting remembrance of beauty and reverence and the utmost in considerate attention at a time when most needed GORDON FUNERAL HOME, Inc. MIAMI 710 S.W. 12th AVE. Ph. 3-3431 MIAMI BEACH 1333 DADE BLVD. Ph. 5-7677 B. H. 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PAGE 14 JmlstrtcrkMar !" AY, APRn, RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches officiating and assisted by the Student Choir under the direction of i Mrs Jack Donnerstag. Subject of Rabbi Shapiro's discourse is schedUled as: He Who Walks Alone. | An Oneg Shabbat will follow. Flor-1 al offerings will be by Mr. and Mrs. Max Feldman. Saturdaymorning services are at 9 a.m. Fredrick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Feldman. will become Bar tfifav van at that time. • • • KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening xrvices at 6:15 p.m. Cantor Abraham Seif will render the musical portion of the liturgy. Saturdaymorning services are at 8:30 a.m. Mincha will be at 6:15 p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily vices are at 8 a.m.. aod at 6:15 p.m. • • • HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with Reverend Leo Heim officiating. Newly elected officers will be installed during the vice Mr. and Mrs. Irving Otter will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat following. Saturday morning ire at 9 a m when Revel H< will discuss the Week1\ Port! • • • TEMPLE ISRAEL will hold Fri evening services at 8:15 p.m., M th Dr Joseph ft Narot officiatSubject of hidisc >urse is sen •: Which Waj For Re n Judaism. Greater Miami's Synagogue Directory Holy. Cantor Aaron Weingarten will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Junior services are at 9 a.m., under the direction of Benjamin Kaminetzky. Mincha is at 6:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudoes. Rabbi Me-cheloff will discuss the Weekly Portion. Daily services are at 7 and 8 a.m. and at 6:30 p.m. • • • ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Mincha will be at 5:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 8 a.m., and 15 minutes before sunset. • • • MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 am. when Francis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nussbaum. will become Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Simon April and Cantor Berele Kelemer will officiate. A class in Mi>hna is scheduled for 5:30 p.m.. followed by Mincha. Shalos Seudos and Maariv. • • • HOLLYWOOD JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Fridayevening services at 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi Ephraim Prombaura, spiritual leader of Agudas Israel Synagogue, Hazleton. Pennsylvania, officiating. The Oneg Shabbat following iii be sponsored by Mr and Mrs. William A. Blumenthal. Cantor Joseph W. Malek will chant the liturgy. %  32 srsTfiS %  tsSss SMH At: Bi.h Shoiom Rabbi I..— Krontah, BlhV^'K.. b R-.cko. • kv on lodox, K3i Buclld Ace., an cirT.'o^." iu Ml .^-i.s";:X,.••,1 iso Palermo Ave., c. a aa Downtown Synagogue OrthoeVa, Flaqler-Graneda ->U NW 51t I .ace. H.&W 1 Academy -kML4mft Orosa, Orthodox, 9ii 6th st • ": Hl ,.„ h .M,am, Springe -"""", Lo Helm, Conotrvmtlvo, ol F.. 4tn Hollywood .-...I--1 v.itiv. 2030 PolK JfttaSf-jBtf ft£L A^aham BkCha, ("ciis.-rvatlvc, 31s Bee wmm ^•oSr^Si. *K5K" sz. JSST ESS* l V3£Afr)£2i Mont'icello Park l^g*"JJ' 1 llth Avenue, North Miami JBeacli. North Dade Rabbi Harry "£••• rvatlve, ISSS0 W. DUM His"v iv North Miami. North Shore Rabbi Mayer Abrarnow ,u, conservative, IN uth "'•• Miami rtpnoh. „ _. „. Temple Urael -Dr Jo*>ph NjJ "t. Retorm, IS? NE 19th si Miami. Tifereth Urael — SBCfl I*. Miami Ave. we.t' M M 1 ami-n.-.i.M Alfred Wrae.n, roneervatlve, MM su ITUl ., Yo''ung" 'lrael OrthdOX, 4001 M£&!3S£rXrb* BrHL Con, nenatlve, 41 Zamora Ave., toral Kabbl Camel Tour* Israel Rabbi Abraham Cassel, spiritual leader of Kneseth Israel Congregation, is now touring Israel. He is accompanied by his wife and brother. Rabbi Louis Cassel. Word has been received here that he spent the Passover with his mother who permanently reMdes in the Jewish State. In a letter, he wrote: "Need I tell you of the emotional impact of our arrival in Jerusalem? It is difficult to put into words." Commenting on the young nation's development. Rabbi Cassel expressed the urgent need of assuring Israel's becoming "the living example of a democracy in action ad an eternal source of joy and inspiration to all the world." Gables ZiorUgTrW 5 The Coral Gables Zionist will hold a card Bd _* on Sunday, April 26th | the Zamora Jewish Cem. B man of the committee [| ijJ, Friedson. assisted by th. M „, Albert Levick, JJ Colman. Daniel Cravit ,'' Oberferst, Morris S imo„, | Sanders and Abraham Kite Compare TETLEY TEA with any other brad K. OVEN & AKED BEANS '"MATOSA uC A '* % %  •• CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening servat 8:13 p.m. Subject "f Rabbi M rris Skop's discourse is scheduled as: American Judaism yesterday, Today And Tomorrow Saturday morning services are at 10 j when Stephen, son "< Dr. an '' MrMax Kulvin. 1881 SW 36th Court, will become Bar Mitzvah. i %  Kulvins will be hosts at the i | .wing The Bar Mitti will present an interpretation • !..••. itii u: XVI, • BETH EL CONGREGATION will I ,; V: : .:-. i vi ning services at • %  .: da> morning serve at I when Dr. I Sv irskj "ill i s the We* kly Pori A bed" cha will be at 6 p.m., followed by • %  %  > Hall at lo a.m. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION h | Fr • %  • %  services %  6 30 p m Saturday morning ices are at 830 a.m R : v 111 fficiate and each on thtopic: Ye Shall Be MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi IrvuiK l.ehrman officiating and discussin The Mystery Of The Kaddish. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m.. when the Rabbi will discuss the Weekly Portion. The liar MittVOth of Stephen Harry, son "1 Mrs. Jeanne Scher. and Jerome Michael. son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Weisberg, will take place during the services. An afternoon Bible class is scheduled for 4:45 p.m.. followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos. [Cantor David Silverman will renilt r the musical portions of the I liturgy during all services, assisted Iby the Center Choir under the | direction of Joseph Schrcibman. Daily services are at 8 a.m., and at 6:45 p.m. the Sisterhood Services will begin at 9 a.m., Saturday. Neil Medow. son of Mr. and .Mrs. nirsch Medow. will become Bar Mitzvah. Kiddush will follow. A nBAKEDBEAtf \ s 'OMTO 5X' / IHI •fAMOUS SINCE 1837 DAY WORKERS SS I $6 and Fore COLORED MAIDS PART TIME OR FULL TIME IN PRIVATE HOMES SPECIALIZING Hotel Maids Porters Dishwashen ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 NE. lit Ave. Ph9-S607 No Charge to Employer then Compare TETIEY TEA with my other brand *WW BAKEDBEANS A ""OMUIOS* 11 I HMJ ZAWORA JEWISH CENTER will hold regular services Friday at 8:15 p.m., uith the Reverend Rudolf E. Brill officiating.' Arthur Deutsch, nan of the Religious Committi. will speak on the Warsaw Ghetto uprising An Oneg Shabbat H1 follow under the auspices "l GRADE \ PRODUCTS SERVING GREATER MIAMI CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE 5-5537 SMttaate* ?/ KOfl Sold At Carls Markets .HELLMAN ',~„JS& FUNtRAl CHAPHS. lac 1743 BAY ROAD 4 t NIAA DAD! BOULEVARD 58-0323 5-0664 24 HR. AMBULANCE SERVICI NEW YORK CITY: 1532 GRAND CONCOURSI TREMONT 2-4800 Moe Hellmea Berlfcei Hen^ Sedwick Hellmeii Elrie Hetleaea B.. Uaear, tO. 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tr,'Afflict m^ D] ^UAL NOTICE "NOTICE TO CREDITORS THE COUNTY JUDGES* COURT AND FOR OADt COUNTY, IORIDA IN PROBATE. NO.-J.X3.B L U 7, i STATE OF '.,., ., u-KXASViER DAVIS rvi itl'l'ERT RAV1S, lonietlmei K£„ u WILLIAM DAVIS, i leci ai sd yj ., utora and All Persona Hav.1, ii of you, are hereby r .(|ii sd to pi esent any iiEOAL WOTTCE -k^istthrMictr f f| O r ~" /r t I |.(illlS .,1,1 r.M.ile. od H -i*ent a:, i demands wbfob you ,,| v. ill. III.IV hilVl' .lUHlIlM til .' RUPERT MS H • %  %  .,r ALEXANDER id PrtRT i i,n is. .111,1 times known as WILLIAM DAVdeiettsed %  ''" f l "" u Conntv, rj ,u ,,, ihi' Honorable County •i'.,f Dade County. nnade *'ouniy, and In i in Ir offices in the h, the isi In I mda County, v eight c ilendar montha i ; (he first publ I %  ilma or dama nds to lai'i thi a : %  "a of the clalm| i • i • lo and preaented \ l, or >.i me will I" bau i ad .\ 11. i • ; \ THl >TMAN a k a fSKNKVA KEMP, VU In trntrlx I 'ma ento Ann* KO ICsl Itl of : JAM-: DAVIS, a k a %  DAVIS, Decea ad A ,|III n >ratrlx • 'urn ito Vnnexo •8-ir, ITHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IVLNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORi IN CHANCERY No. 158705 II.I.K IIK1BER PL' >NCHAK, Plaintiff, vs. fXANHER PLONCHAK. Defendant. (NOTICE BY PUBLICATION lALKX VNDER PLONCHAK ."," Southern iinuievnrd I Iiii-II\ *,.",. New York |U ARE HEREBY required to copy of voiir Answer to Stiff's Rill of 1'oiiiplalnt for Dion Plaintiffs nttorneya, VVKINN. W EINSTEIN A W KIN ST KIN, L.m nit* Road, Miami Beach, norland to file your original Answer office of the'Clerk of the above It on "i before the 2.',th day of otherwise n Decree Pro lao will he entered against you. iTL'h at Miami. Dade County, Ida. this ioth day of April. IMS. K B. I.KATHKK.MAN, Clerk ,,.,: nl* W in\ t '.',. r ,h l! 1 r '"""Plain on the I'laintlfl %  attorney:*, and t la the •riaanal In the off,,,of the Cbjrh ol 1 "'" ll ,''2"' "" '" '"'•'" %  e Ihe Und day of May, l!.,,3. otherwise 1 Decree Pro Confesao will i, ( „t,. r ,.,| itKaiiiHt you. This BoUea shall he published once each week for four consecutive vve.ka l THE JKWIS.I I ..(.ItlDIAN Dated at Miami. Florida, this 20th day of April. mi:i K. B. I.KATHKKMAN. I lerk of Circuit Court By: W.M w STOCK I NO, Deputy Clerk PALLOT. SILVER MCU.cy Attorneys for I'laintlff 701 Congress Huildinn, Miami, Florida 4/24 — 6/1-S-1G LECJAL WOTTCE I*AdE 15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the iindei MKiied. desiring to encace In buslneas under the fictitious name of FIUNCETTK Al-r.S., at 7::L'7 llnrdinsAvenue, Miami Beach, intends to ref. ister said name with the Clerk or [fie Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida KI.I/.ABKTII TOTH, Sole owner MYEKS. HKIMAN KAPLAN Attorneys f,,|Applicant 50 Sevhold HldR. 4/24 — 5/l-8-l,'i L^ rTHE CIRCUIT COURT OV THE raEJ>r.KICK LEOPOLD n,f, ,„i,„, Tl, %  N ?.T'.^.., B TP^BLICA'TIO'N""'" %  ': 1 '1 KK K LEOPOLD io. Lindbergh Bi j|. ..,, i vni v,;,'•'• Us.'. %  : i •ha a ,:fS E B nY NOTIBiaD kaa ie,,', i : '-""' ,,r u'vorae %  *• %  %  filed acalnsl ,,,ii ii, t h„ r'n'/'clr 1 ',", '. h ?"'<=• of't"oiirt or the < .rcuit i „„,., ,,„ ,„. ,„.,,, a^.',";'.,?""""^ "„. ,,,„.,,a .JJ 1 "" 1 : 1 "; 1 %  '•• Publish..! once i ..'; %  "'•WIKH KLOniDIAN Dated: April 17, U K. [!. LKAIUKK.MAN, i.v r,l >.w "'" '' ir '" Court BY \VM. W. STOCKING ,,.,,, Deputy Clerk PALLOT, SILVER A MULLOY Attornaya for Plaintiff Stllte 701 CollKless lilllldillK Miami. Florida 4/24 B/l-8.11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the uiiiiei SIKHI d. desiring to engage in bualneaa under the fictitious name of EMPIRE AUTO SALES, at IzIO N W Mth Street, in the City of Miami, Dade County, Florida, Intenda lo register thi 'id name with the Clerk 61 the Circuit Court of Dade i ounty, Florida ABRAHAM DAVIS I :'i 5 I-8-1S IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DAUt COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 27129 B RE ESTATE O* LEl M'i ILI • M. CVTINl I, I •,, eaai l NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is herebj givi ., thai i I ave filed m fh • npi I imi p, til • U AN I lLL.UtV i:\i !i "I'TRIX ol thi esl te ol LEl >I'i ILII M. ciriNii, deceased; and that on the 18th day ol May. i:>:„;, will to the Honorabli i \t inty J u Ii Dade Count;., Florida, for approval %  %  f said final report and for fin • •hart;, as Ancillary Executrix Batata ol LEOPOLD M. CLTINO, deceaaed. This 23rd day of March.' 1953. MARQHERI i A CU riNO MILTON A FRIEDMAN Attorney for Ancillary Executrix 4/17-24 — 5/ 1-8 IE TH M^ CO yj? TY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30016-B la Re: ESTATE OF EDWARD FltlEDMAX, Decea-ed T ,n N 0TI ,? E TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having (alms or Demands Against ^am Hetaie. Vou, and each of you, are hereby notified an.I required to present any %  swims and demanda which ,, r either of you may have againal the estate of EDWARD FRIEDMAN deceased late „r Hade County, Florida, to the Hon. County Judges of Dada County, and file the same |ri their ofnca m the County Courthouse in Dade i ounty, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of 'in claimant and to be sworn t,, and '"i ... aforesaid, or same will b< barred s,, Sei lion 120 of 1933 Prob te A t, i 'ated April 9th, A D l:,3. BERT FRIEDMAN, A %  I. %  of the Last Will an,I Testament of EDWARD FRIEDMAN, 1 I,.. MYERK, HEIMAN £ KAPLAN B) Lou Hi Iman r Exi itrlx ; .r-21 .. i-\ LEGAL TfOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HI-:P.I;I:V CIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in i an i. f the firthloua name of Klll\ KANi; at 1540 WaHhlngton Ave Miami Beach, Fla Intenda to rcglati i alii name with the Clei k of 'he circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, EISRO INC.. MAMKI, A UBE 0 L ,ta 1 "" ratio Attorney for Applicant 22.x N.K. 2nd Ave.. Lawyers Hide. •I/.7-JI 1/i.g IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 158544 JEAN 1IKI.1.K SCIHSINBKki;. Plaintiff, vs. Eli WARD SCIIKINHERG, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: EDWARD SCHB1NBKRQ 6 I' i A ncis i 'ourt Bament, ly,ng Island, New York Yul AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are hereby required to nerve a copy of your Answer to the Hill of Complaint on Plaintiff's attorney, and file the original Answer in the office of the ci.ik of the Circuit Court, on or before the isth day of May, i53; otherwise the allegations of said Bill will be taken as confessed against you. Dated this 14th dav of April, 197,3. B, H. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court By K. II. RICE, JR. (Seal) Deputy Clerk By: EUGENE .1 WEISS, ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff One Lincoln Road Building Miami Beach, Florida 4/17-24 — .",/l-8 the NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 158491 MARCUS KINHORN. I'laintlff. vs. CHARLOTTE KINHORN, Defendant. To: CHARLOTTE KINHORN, 1041 Nelson Avenue, Bronx, New York You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 18th day of May. A.D. IMS; otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 13th day of April. 19.73. E. H. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida By: w.M. W. STOCKING (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk Name and Address of Plaintiffs Solicitor: MILTON A. FRIEDMAN 1023 Sevhold llldg., Miami, Florida. 4, 17-24 — .7/1-8 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 SAGE KINDLE RUSSELL, I>fendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Sage Kindle Russell. 167 E. 32nd Street. New York City. N. Y You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has bean filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney. STANLEY M. I'RED, 814 b'eylmld Building. Miami 32. Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the lath day of May. 19.73. I on fail to do so. Judgment by default .>!ll be taken against you for the ellef demanded In the Hill of Com. shall he publlahed once .,, Il nri OUr Cl UtlVa weeks In Till-' BW18H n.oUIDIAN. \ \ D ORDERED at Miami, i,h a i April, A.D. .. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dad,County, Florida By M. c GREEN, Circuit Court Seal) Deputy t lerk BTANLEY M I'RKD attorney for Plaintiff I Re) bold BuHdlng, Miami, Honda 17 :'l -,/l-8_ NOTICE UNDER F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW V \' that In • ,. gage In m n m< nf %  TIHTH HAVEN HOTKL, at 411 Ocean Drive. Miami Beach, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade t ounty. r U N. A B. CORP. MYERS. HEIMAN KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 640 Seybold Bldg. 6/17-M — /!- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 158112 in the matter of the Petition or JERRY A SPIKC.KL ror the adoptli f ROBER1 MICHAEL BAER, a Minor Child. TO: DONALD BAER c o MRS. .1 BAER, SB. P O. BOX 14 BKLLWOOD. NEBRASKA YOU ARK HEREBY notified that JERRY A. SPIEGEL, the Petitioner, has filed Petition in this cans.foi the adoption of the white male infant born to JEANNE BAER, now JEANNE SPIEUEL, on the 31st day of December, iat3, in New York City, NY., and whose name is ROBERT MICHAEL BAER, and you are hereby notified to be and appear in the above styled Court on the 5th day ,,f May, 19.73. and then and there show cause, if any there be, why the said petition for adoption of the said minor child by the said petitioner, should not be granted. DATED at Miami. Dade County, Florida, this 30th day of March. 1933. E. Ii. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court Dade County, Florida By: M. C. GREEN (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk NORMAN 11 I.YoNS 910-12 olympla Building Miami, Florida. Attornei for Petitioner 4/3-10-17-21 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN I CHANCERY, No. 158596. Mi 'HIT/. Mi IRDECHAJ GOLDBERGER, Plaintiff. vs. DOR" (THY GOLDBERGER, Defendant. T( ii I" IRI ill IY a' d.l IBERGEK B2 17 8, Evans A* enua Chicago, Illinois You are hei eby notified thai a B II of Complaint for I Hvoi i e has been filed against you, and you are required i Copj of y oui wer or Pie idli R t" the Bill of Complain; ,.i the Attorney, FREDERICK N. BARAD, E8U., 120 I. :. Road. Ml in i B. ai h, f and i Ie the oi Iginal Answer or Pli ad%  c of the Court on ton I he lath day ol I fall to do bi %  judgmi ui by del t %  \ on for i he 11 i %  den andi 'I in thi Hill of Ci I INE Wl' I IRDERKD al Miami la, tins nth nay of Api 11, A.D. 1953. K. B. LEATHERMAN, i 'lerk. i lireuit i 'ourt. Dad.County, Florida By i: II RICE, JR. (Circuit Court Scab Deputy Clerk FREDERICK N BARAD, Esq. Attorney for Plaintiff 42 Lincoln ltd.. Miami llearh. Florida 4/17-24 — a/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY, OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In buafnesa under Ihe fictitious name of HEREDI APARTMENTS, at 740-2-4 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. FANNIE KOPEL SHEINER SPIELER Attorneys for Applicant 102 Roper Building, Miami, Fla. 4 '3-1H-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in a ness under the Nctltloua name of ELIZABETH APARTMENTS, at SMI 8.W. 6th Street, Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name wall the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ISADOHE MARflol.IS MOI.I.1K MAKiiol.IS BLANCHE FEU'.KNSON SAMUEL ROSENTHAL KITH ROSENTHAL WILLIAM SCHM1TTELL. GERTRUDE SCHMITTEI.L KOVNER & MANMIKIMER Attorneys for Elisabeth Apartments 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. 4/3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CHICAUo C.CKST HOUSE, at 927 Jefferson Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida, intends to regis^r said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florl la. BESSIE SMITH 4/3-10-17-J4 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 158109 JENNIE RISBMAN, Plaintiff. MAX RI8EMAN, Defendant ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO MAX RIKEMAN, Ledgehlll Faun. Brooklyn. Connecticut V,i i gra hereby notified tint a Bill ,,• complaint for Divorce has been filed againal you and you are Hereby ,i to serve a copj "< your Inswer to tha Bill of Complaint on plaintiffs attorney, and file the original Anawer In the office of the clerk f the Clroull I'OUII "ii or before the |th dav of May. 19.73: otherwise, the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will he taken as confessed against "DATED this 2nd day of April. 1953. E. B. I.KATHKKMAN Clerk of Circuit Court By R. H. RICE, JR. (Seal) Deputy Clerk OEOROE J. TALIANOFF Attorney for Plaintiff 4M Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. 4/W-1T-W •S/l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underatgned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ADVANCE MORTGAGE COMPANY, at 5700 Devonshire Boulevard, Miami, Fla Intenda to register said name with the Clerk of [he Circuit Court of l lade County, Florida, HENRY A KAI'FFMANN KI.RY STONE Attorney for Henry A. Kauffmann 4 17-21 — .7/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the .undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of STANDARD STEEL SALES CO. (NOT INC.), at 80S Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Fla.. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. RALPH HANDELMAN MICHAEL M. ISENRERG Attorney for At pli, ant 1407 His .ewn lildg. 4/J-10-17-24 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA. IN CHANCERY. No. 158021 CARMINE LONGOBARDI, i'laintlff vs. MARY LONGOBARDI, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: MARY I.ONCOKARDI, 314 West 77th Street New York city, New York Y'ou are required to serve a copy of the Answer to the Bill of Complaint upon the plaintiff's attorney. Morton Rothenberg, 42u Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Florida, and file the original in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before April 27. IMS; otherwise, said Bill will he taken as confessed by you. Dated this Mth day of March, A.D. 19.73. K. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court By R. H. RICE. JR. i Seal) Deputy Clerk 4/3-10-17-24 LEGAL WOTTCE NOTICfc UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I il the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the tlciuli.us MI i NINO'S RESTAURANT, al 117 N E 1st St., Miami, r. ,., Intends to n ler sin,I name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Fh.i.i, „_ JOSEPH V. ZARZOl'I: STEPHEN F. KE38LER Attorney for Applicant 1 B W. 2.'nd Av, 4 /17-1M -.7/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the unde: signed, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name % %  HAMPSHIRE APARTMENTS, a I 1X84-88-38 I'eiinsy Ivania Avenue, .Miami I l.ach. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of th. I cult Court of Dade County, F1.,ri,l WOLFE MENDKLZYS MIHIAM MENDKIJBY.-' ALBERT PRANK ESTHER PRANK WILLIAM I. BRENNER Attorney for Parties 4/3-10-17-24 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 29926A In Re: ESTATE OF SARAH IDA (SLICKMAN, Decea .1 To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and i. quired to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of SARAH IDA GLICKMAN, d ec ea se d late Of Dade County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judge! Of Dade I'ounty, and file the same in their offices iii the County Courthouse in Hade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the. dale of the first publication here • Said claims or demands to contain Ihe legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as afor said, or same will he barred. Date March 27. A.D. 1963 NATHANIEL GLICKMAN As Administrator of the Estate of SARAH IDA GLICKMAN, Decea I. MILTON A FRIEDMAN nes for Administrator I NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION FOR PUBLICATION Su\ here given ths I inj i-. BEN RI'BIN, HAROLD \.M and SIDNEY RUBIN, |j %  Inti i.,dec %  iVest Fla Street, Miami I i .,! Suirobin & Soni been dissi ent as and froi of A I, 1973 HAROLD OKAIIAM H ho n • ires from I hi firm. Al dc to and owing b> i late .i in will i" eci I and paid i, %  BEN RUBIN and SIDNEY RUBIN who will i tilllle tO carry oil the said h.lsllless ill partnership under the style of Bts bin & .-•": Dated the 1st day of April, 195J, BEN RUBIN HAROLD GRAHAM SIDNEY RUBIN 4 10-17-21 .7 1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 158236 JACOB KORNPELD, Plaintiff, vs. NEHAMA KORNFKLD, Dcfendai NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: NEHAMA RoRNFKLD 2"',li East 22nd Street Brooklyn, New York Vni" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you ar,required to serve a copy of your Answer to the lull of Complaint for Divorce on the Plaintiff's attorneys. c.ENET A; (1ENKT. 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Florida, and file the original Answer in the office of th Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 11th day of May, 19.73, or a Di ree Pro Confesso will be entered against VOU. DATED at Miami, Florida, this 3rd dav of April. 1063. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court Dade County. Florida By R H. RICE,-JR. (Seal) Deputy Ch 4 lu-17-24 — 5 1 Deputy Clerk NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business und


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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
Creation Date:
April 24, 1953

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

Notes

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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be\wiytUEIIiDinidliiQUP
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
27Number 17
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. APRIL 24, 1953
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Ishinsky Pushes Ask Talk Argentina Offers
Attack At UN On Suez, Israel Friendship
OTED NATIONS (JTAVSpokesman of the Soviet Union and -w~fc -| BUENOS AIRES (JTA) President Juan D. Peron this week re-
unite states made it clear beyond any doubt this week thai 1^ /"kTf"l A1*C1 ceived 'srael Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett in a thirty-minute intei
r, repudiation of the "Jewish plot" charges against 15 doctors AJ\J J. vlCX O i view at the Casa Rsada in which both spoke warmly of Argentine-
Dl mean any abatement of Soviet hostility towards the State of Israeli friendship, and Mr. Sharett expressed his government's thanks
land the Zionist movement. I ONnnv iiTii Th* Urael > for General Peron's friendship and support for Israel and the Jewish
the Initcd Nations Political Committee wound up debate on LUINUU'\ ,J l A> ine lsrael, people. ,------------------------------------------------
mi i"1,u ____.,..,. ____, ,u ,u. i t Government, in notes delivered in \y F
fch item dealing with measures to avert the hreat o war-a n and Washington this week, Mr. Sharett arrived here for a eral Peron stressed, he had ap-
which the Arab delegations had converted into an anti-Zionist; hoo mAmA Uriloin ,, lhn 1Tnif-fI!
day the Soviet bloc delegates, who had soft-pedalled on the
has asked Britain and the United j 10-day visit, the first leg of an j pointed a Jew as Minister to Tel
IbiM since the Moscow statement, acted to shatter any hopes
ement in the Soviet policy.
^erhoslovakia's Foreign Minister Vaclav David took the floor
ke an impassioned defense of the Slansky trial and to repeat
(ion- that Zionism was "a tool of American intelligence" and
jie Jewish defendants in the Slansky trial were "a gang of spies
gboteurs who had been in the service of the United States."
Vishinsky Blasts Hope*
he Soviet attitude was made clear in the reply of Andrei Vishin-
; chief delegate, to the statement by Abba S. Eban, of Israel'. In
States to give the Jewish State op-1 extended Latin American tour, and Aviv, adding that he would always
portunity to consult "on all aspects i was tumultously received by the
of the problem bearing on the in-1 Argentine Jewish community.
He was accompanied on his visit
to the Casa Rosada by Dr. Yaakov
Tsur, Israel Minister to Argentina;
Dr. Pablo Manguel, Argentine Min-
ister to Israel; and Dr. Ezekiel Za-
botinsky, president of the pro-
Peronist Organizacion Israelita Ar-
terest of Israel" in the forthcom-
ing Anglo-Egyptian negotiations
over the future of the Suez Canal.
Ambassador Eliahu Elath pre-
sented the Israel note to Minister
of State Selwyn Lloyd at the For-
eign Office. (A similar note was
, lo tHu,m u, uuu or.ua,., -*-. deiivered in Washington by David _;_
er and savage comment, the Communist spokesman denounced ^^ Israe, Minister to Deputv | &enl
Iban'- statement as "a mixture of slander and poisonous insinua-
He would not, he shoulted, "argue with slanderers," and he
it beneath the dignity of the Soviet Union to reply "to all
tilth
Several thousand cheering Jews
gathered outside Casa Rosada as
the meeting took place. Earlier,
thousands of persons watched Mr.
Assistant Secretary of State John
D. Jernegan. The Washington note
was submitted because it is
few days previously in the debate. Byelorussian delegate Kuzma I _5^t-SStadb OM or b (lev had said that the "fantastic" and "lying" allegations about! J J^te" to.the pending talks. of the statue of San Martin' Ar'
i racial and religious persecutions in the countries behind the whj,e tnerp was no comment
Wain had been derived from "filthy" sources. The Soviet peo-1 from ^ BrUish Forejgn office on
e declared, considered it beneath their dignity to reply to such {he Israe, no,e diplomatic sources
slander.' said it couid be assumed that the
h delegate Stanislaw Skrezesezewski asserted that opposition IsraeH move was not welcome and
i-Scmitism and all forms of discrimination was an integral and! wou,d ^ considered inopportune,
of the ideology and political principles on which the social
Poland is now based. "Naturally," he added, "my govern-
had to oppose any outside interference by the State of Israel or
1 organizations hi matters concerning Polish -citizens."
make such appointments. He told
Mr. Sharett that Argentina's
friendship for Israel was "perman-
ent".
Speaking with great warmth of
Argentina's Jewish population, the
President said that "it is true that
here there is no anti-Semitism,
neither is there room for it. The
Jewish people are deeply rooted
here, and its loyalty to Argentina
is unquestionable as is its feelings
for Israel."
loll
pie Sovic
Internet Power Fifht
position here and the news from Moscow that Interior
Israel is concerned not only in
the security of the Eastern Medi-
terranean but also in the exercise
of the right of free passage
through the international water-
way with which Egypt, contrary to
gentina national hero. When Mr.
Sharett entered the President's of-
fice, he found spread out on the
desk an album of original water
colors by Israeli artists which Mr.
Sharett had sent to General Peron
as a present from the Israeli peo-1
pie. He then gave the President a
personal letter from President Ben
Zvi of Israel.
Argentines Happy
President Peron said the Argen-
ter Lavrenti P. Beria, had succeeded in reversing another recent Security Council resolutions, is in, tine Jews were completely happy
this one on the Georgian Republicwere taken here as
lieations that the Moscow exoneration of the doctors did
bean a basic policy change on the Jewish question.
pat development, when viewed in the light of Beria's "victory"
forgia. was seen as one phase of a power fight between Premier
Continued on Peoe 11 A
terferin.
Meanwhile Lieutenant Gen. Wil-
liam E. Riley, chief of the United
ery in Palestine, indicated dis-
agreement this week with the Is-
Continued on Page 11 A
in Argentina and that they were
absolutely loyal to their country.
He said there was no contradiction
between their Zionist aspirations
and their national life in Argen-
tina. It was for this reason, Gen-
Police Halt
Mob From
Setting Fire
CRAC
lists '53
'bjective
n YORK (JTA) A joint
8m on combatting anti-Sem-
and protecting civil rights in
nited States was announced
y six national Jewish organ-
>ns and 28 Jewish community
tils cooperating through the
1 Community Relations Ad-
Council. The announcement
Shades Of Gerald Smith
US Arguments Against Rights
Covenant Stir United Nations
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
(Copyright, 19.'.3, Jewish Telegraphic
Agency, Inc.)
WASHINGTONUnited Nations
supporters would like to know
where Secretary of State John
Foster Dulles really stands on the I JTTl'^-jj^"
question of UN efforts to protect K
ing human rights which many felt ing that the United States feels a
' formal international treaty is not
the way to pursue this task. The
United States, said Mrs. Lord.
were alien to our traditional con-
cepts." He then referred to oppo-
nents of human rights as "alert
citizens" who "have performed a
patriotic service in bringing their
! fears to the attention of the Amer-
NEW YORK (JTA)Argen-
tine police this week prevented
a mob from marching on and
burning down the Israel Society
headquarters in Buenos Aires
in the aftermath of a bomb at-
tempt on the life of President
Peron. the New York Times re-
ported.
In a dispatch from the Ar-
gentine capital, the newspaper
said that a mob which had at-
tacked and burned the head-
quarters of the Socialist Party,
the Radical Party and the Jock-
ey Club of Buenos Aires was
forming for a march on the Is-
rael Society when the police
turned it back. Some of the
members of the mob shouted
anti-Jewish slogans, the paper
reported.
question
the human rights of minority
groups. Dulles, as a delegate to the
UN, in 1948 urged the General As-
sembly to draft a Human Rights
Government will not endorse such
a covenant.
United Nations circles find
Dulles' arguments against the Hu-
man Rights Covenant reminiscent
of those advanced by the Daugh-
ter carrying out this program
hiding division of responsi-
les had been reached be-
n all the groups involved.
A positive United States im-
ation policy free from racism
other discriminations; 2. Ad-
tog civil rights; 3. Effective
ns*s against Communist tac-
f infiltration and subversion;
WIer respect for and applica-
f traditional American civil
; 5. Protection of religious
maintenance of separa-
te church and state and pro-
Bo of interreligious under-
Mb; 6. Development of need-
"*w local community relations
cies.
Senator Herbert H. Lehman
said that the opposition announced
by Dulles to the covenant "will
give us no credit abroad." Events
at Geneva, where a UN Human
Rights Commission was working on
the Covenant, proved Lehman cor-
rect. The delegate from India
said the American decision against
ratification "certainly takes the
bottom out" of international hu-
would continue to work on the cov-
enants to put them in "the most
acceptable form" against the time
"when and if" the United States
decides to ratify them.
Dulles contradicted h i mself
when he testified against human
rights ratification and made the
United States ridiculous in the
eyes of the UN. For it was the
same John Foster Dulles who. on
September 29, 1948, appealed to
the General Assembly Assembly
to endorse the Declaration on Hu-
man Rights. "But we must not stop
there," Dulles said in 1948. "We
Adenauer
Says Ties
Are Knit
ian rights efforts. There was. must go on with the drafting of a
agreement from neutral nations covenant which will seek to trans-
fers of the American Revolution, ^.^ de,egate p D Moro. I ,ate human rignts into law." But
Gerald L. K. Smith's Christian Na-1 crjticized the United States for when he got into a position to help
tionalist Crusade and other bitter, ufv a covenant even! "translate human rights into law"
enemies of the UN. Speaking with wjj draftcd Dulles decided he did not actually
what he termed "the full authority | jntend ..to ^come a party to any
of the Administration." Dulles tes-1 **2^& ??. such covenant."
tified before a Senate Judic.ary ican.delegate installed _b> ***<
Subcommittee that thl
would not enter into
He complained that comiortaDie!" _*;' ~ ~f the Jews, A shocked civilization proval
NEW YORK (JTA)A delega-
tion representing the Conference
on Jewish Material Claims Against
Germany called on Chancellor
Konrad Adenauer in New York
this week to express appreciation
for the prompt ratification of the
agreement between the German
Federal Republic and Israel and
the Claims Conference and to urge
the speedy adoption of legislation
referring to individual restitution
and indemnification.
Chancellor Adenauer replied
that passage of the agreement was
a source of deep personal satisfac-
UN treaty tion and that the large majority
e Judiciary ican delegate ini-i.u The conception of a UN treaty tion and that the large majority
his nation publicans to replace: M s Ete-nor ^J2< ^ gr i ^.^ rman Parlia-
UN Human; Boosevel.found. hersf '"^^ I as a result of Hitler's persecution ment indicated that it had the a p-
,lained that comfortable position- She read to civilization proval of the majority of the Ger-
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Prosterman To Be
Honored By JNF At
Community Affair
gml riiiwm fciMwj
H II I of the Jeit
~; -;: be honored sitii the
piatatfl o.' prove tm li ml and
ctwsJ ceit-brouon narking
[tftfcSay, according to an
atnouncwnent this week b> Rabbi
Moses llesehek.f;. Coiino! presi
The pwt in Prortennar't honor
M dH RHM of | recent JNF
more here to undertake planting
3.000 tree- ;r. I-raei a a tr
hut and Mrs Prosterman Some
500 treej were pledged at the .
xai meeting Eicb called for the
gro\e
According la eMM Mescheloff
the boa marking Procter-
man's birthday wili be held on
-g. Apni 2Snh. in
th ;;. ; i>eth Sbo.
1 to Miami 10
hicago. where he
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OCULISTS
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Styles
Ofcbcicis oi the Greater Mian: Chapter of the Women's Committee. Brandeis University, who
presided at a spring luncheon meeting in the Saxony Hotel are (seated the Mesdames Max
Schwartz reservations; Ben Zion Ginsburg. president; Aaron Farr, vice president; Sydney
Aioncvitz. treasurer; Jean C. Lehman, corresponding secretary; and Robert Green, vice
pnsacer.: StancLng are r.e IfMdOBMi Harold Ttok, procr-rr. chuilMOIt; Harold Thurman.
v.re pres.der: Alexander Robbins. vice president; Emanuel Goldstrich. vice president; Irv.
lag Lehrmon, who delivered the invocation; and Nathan Strauss, vice president.
Miami Hadassah To Hear First-Hand
Account On Israel; Miss Shawmut Talks
Journal Dinner Planned
By North Shore Center
The North Shore Jewish Center
ill hold its fir^t Journal Dinner
- Greater V;i.T.: will include musical selections by Hance on Sunday. May 31st. at the
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Twelve members of Miami Beach
Lodge. B'nai B nth. will depart by
auto and plane today for Tampa
as delegates to the State B'nai
B'rith Convention.
The convention will be held at
the Tampa Terrace Hotel and will.
open tomorrow and close on the
' b organisations. He is past
president of Temple Beth Israel
there m an officer of B'nai B nth Installation t VtV
TtSSJ^tTv^L^^1 ****** luncheon will be
I^l h ^LPM held b-v lhe T"P' Il Sister- evenin of April 27th.
wV?hi7JZ1 ^ .r8,*^f t hood according to an announce- *" *P *U1 be headed by Gil-
WW m ... lent of the JNF men, th;s week b Mrs Hafn. y bert J. Balkin. newly elected presi-
.rrTnVh^'T If10"; Slm"^ ^airman. The affair b *cnt of M.ami Beach Lodge, and
WZ h !?u !1 mf^rMf ** ^r Monday. Mas 4th. W1 "elude Jules P Channing.
m Ik 2f*2! h M" 12 30 p.m. in the Schehe'rezade Jack Gold. Sam A Goldstein.
-m, Beach-Lrae Zkmirt Pfatrict, r,,,,^ of ,he A, jeft Ho Joseph A Kogos, Gershon S Miller.
Judge Harold B Spaet will be G,,dfr<- K Newman. Irving Schatz-
master of ceremonies, with Dr. man- afkhad Sossin, Samuel W.
Joseph P. Narot. Temple Israel S^Phw. George J. Tahanoff and
spiritual leader, acting as install- Harr>" Zukernick.
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JewistiFk+icHnr
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ited Synagogue Women Slate Confab
johnina Hotel; Mrs. Magil Will Speak
St"'
B Southeast Branch of the Na-
Women's League, United
agues of America, will hold
cnth Year Spring Confer-
on May 3rd through 5th, with
quarters at the Johnina Hotel.
({ye affiliated Sisterhoods
reater Miami, Beth David, Mi-
Beach Jewish Center, Zamora
sh Center, North Shore Jew-
Center and Israelite Center,
be host to the conference and
tender a reception after the
ing Sunday night synagogue
ynote address on Sunday night
be given by the national con-
ce advisor,
charge of the program. Mrs. Ben
jamin B. Wolff, of Miami Beach,
is president of the Southeast
Branch.
Mrs. Reuben J.
.wife of Dr. Ruben J. Magil,
[is Rahbi of Temple Beth El,
tisburg. Pennsylvania. Mrs.
j is a civic leader, having been
fehaimian of drives connected
I Red Cross, Community Chest,
Will Industries, Heart Fund
United Jewish Appeal. She
led the Women's Committee
L adoption of the Harrisburg ZSlSSVSSl
Ing Ordinance. ______________
hi- year, Mrs. Magil was co-
fman of the Israel Bond Drive
larrisburc. culminating in the
fha Elman Cogcert. She is also
fcatcd with Hadassah, child wcl-
League of Women Voters,
tl.l Federalists, Foreign Policy
kciation and her sisterhood
Friedman To Head
Temple Israel Men
Harold Friedman now heads the
Men's Club of Temple Israel. He
was elected president at a recent
meeting held by the organization
in the Temple's Kapian Hall.
Named vice presidents are Jer-
ome E. Freehling. Herbert E. Kauf-
man and Edward A. Klein. Other
officers are Morton A. Grant, sec-
retary; Henry Hirsch, financial sec-
retary; and Lewis W. Gorfine,
treasurer.
New Board members are Dr.
Samuel Aronovitz, Benjamin F.
Breslauer, Dr. Leslie T. Bukstel,
Dr. Frank Coret, Fred Diamond,
Barnett D. Freedman, Albert J.
Hirsch, Hy Kaplan.
D. Robert Lewis, G. Louis Men-
delson, Frank A. Perlman, Edward
Quartin, Elry Stone, Julius Werner
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Mi. Mrs. Henry B. Wernick,
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Hebrew School Women
Plan Election Tuesday
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PARKWAY
f MEATS ^POULTRY
Election of officers and Board
members of the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation Sister-
hood will be held on April 28th.
at 12:30 p.m., it has been announc-
ed by Mrs. Edward L. Becker,
president.
The Nominating Committee con-
sists of the Mesdames David Hecht,
Michael Blank, N. Coulton, P.
Duchon and D. Kleber. Mrs. Jos-
eph Schwadron will be chairman
of the election.
Returning winners of the Southern B'nai B'rith Basketball
competition, recently held at Charleston, South Carolina, are
the Miami Hurricane AZA team pictured above. The team is
an affiliate of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center.
Left to right are Sandy Balbar, Stan Beiley, Bob Fischer, Alan
Morgenstern, Stan Dick, Alan Greenberg and Don Farber-
man. Kneeling is Marty Hornstein. Newest of the AZA organ-
izations, this is the first team in eight years to have won the
Southern Championship of the United States.
3ir*. Wolt Will
Addretttt North
Shore Women
The Sisterhood of the North
Shore Jewish Center will hold an
annual donor luncheon at the San
Souci Hotel on Wednesday, April
29th, 12:30 p.m.
Mrs. Jack Donnerstag will enter- pre-medical
Bruce Steir Accepted
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Iyar 9. 5713
Volume 27 Number 17
FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1953
Tnn\v And Tyranny
California State Senator Jack B. Tenney
would like to make a Hitler Bundesrat out of
the United States Congress. With firey enthus-
iasm for the security of our nation, he distrib-
uted a 92-page report last week to members of
the Senate and House of Representatives.
The report links major Jewish organizations
with Communism. Entitled Zion's Fifth Column,
it lists just about every important Jewish organ-
ization in America and a number of outstand-
ing religious personalities, as well.
We are gratified to note the degree of Ten-
ney's enthusiasm; perhaps we have been
wrongly imbued with the feeling that Senators
and Representatives on the public payroll are
not always as zestful in approaching their
tasks as duty would indicate they ought to be.
Footnoting the report, Tenney told his col-
leagues that it had been "prepared especially
for Congress".
The Senator's enthusiasm went even further.
He ardently suggested that additional copies
might be ordered from the Christian Nationalist
Crusade. He failed, of course, to mention that
the leader of this notorious organization is Ger-
ald L. K. Smith.
Tenney says he is not anti-Semitic, at all,
since he heartily endorses the anti-Zionist
views of the American Council for Judaism.
We don't feel that the very busy Senator from
California need defend himself. His words are
the measure of the man. Writes Tenney:
'There is an amazing similarity in Nazi and
Zionist totalitarian concepts."
Our curiosity has got the better of us. We
should like to know how many requests for
additional copies of the 92-page report the
vicious Gerald L. K. Smith needs to fill.
I li' Fin.ilv Kidnapping
The case of the Jewish Finaly children in
France reminds us of the bloody wars between
church and state that marked Europe's history
until comparatively recent times. It is especial-
ly significant that this latest test of power
should be taking place in a country whose
final divorce from religious authority did not
come until as late as 1905.
Their forced baptism by Catholic leaders and
their subsequent kidnapping to Spain in an
effort to avoid efforts by members of the child-
ren's family to affect their return may soon
be ruled on by the Vatican. The bitter fact of
the matter is that French law has already
spoken out against this overzealous religious
action and has called on the church to give
up the youthful Finalys.
Yet, the outcome of this ruling will depend
upon the attitude of the international seat of
the Roman Church. Should it consider that
the children were properly baptized In accord-
ance with canon, civil authorities may appar-
ently be defeated. Under such circumstances,
the Finalys will forever be separated from their
family and their religion.
Shades of the inquisition creep upon our
modern civilization. When secular authority
still stands challenged by the will of religious
hierarchy, humanity has progressed far less
them we think. Judgment must be reserved un-
til the Vatican makes its ruling. It is gratifying
to note that the French church thusfar upholds
the government's attitude.
During The Week .. .a8 i SfJ,
By LEO MINDLIN
DR. CARL HERMANN VOSS was the principal .speaker
Bond Redemption Month program held in the Em "'an Isn
Monday evening. The affair was in conjunction with the "U'
Israel's fifth year of independence. Dr. Voss is an eff """"""l'
He quoted liberally from the Bible, thus conforming t yT! Spwkl
ed" tone of the dinner.'He drew tears from the eyes t ^^
heard him. and he elicited a generous amount of appUua ""^ '
elusion of his talk. But he failed to sell bonds. lhe'
mystery. ^
The reason for this failure supposedly remains a
observers shrugged their shoulders in confusion or d
barrassment. Bond officials, even on a national scale *fr'3hl *
examine their methods. The years slip by and hard v om \ u *k
S500.000.000 i.ssue is sold. A gigantic national organization ^Jl!
alleged talent of public relations professionals and ihe add id""b *
of a promoting Speakers' Bureau listing the names of a wh '^l
of intellectuals and artists, has not been able to brins lh '"'I
I
across.
Jewish Leadership In America Wanes
By BORIS SMOLAR
COMMUNAL T R E NDS: The
gradual decrease in law leadership
in local Jewish communities
throughout the country is worrying
executive members of Jewish com-
munity organizations Decreas-
ed Hiving is bad enough, since it
means a loss in dollars, but de-
creased leadership is even WOTM
since it means loss of active work-
ers and loss of interest And it
has been established that many
Jewish community leaders who cut
their contributions to fund raising
campaigns are lost to the local
cunmunity first as leaders, then
as workers and later as partici-
] ants They stay away from
meetings, in some cases because
i a feeling Of guilt, resulting from
their reducing their contributions
. There are also cases of Jews
assuming leadership in non-sectar-
i n organizations but refusing to
be active in lhe Jewish community,
because they feel that the price Is
too high for such an honor .
This raises the question of
vhether it is feasible to divorce
federation leadership from fund
raising Also, what is to be done
:.l>out the loss of men with admin-
istrative abilities who no longer
want to assume leadership because
the job means devoting most of
their time to raising funds .
Also, whether some new form
could be worked out where the
price of leadership is not so high
and in that way checking the fall-
ing away of leaders ... An inter-
esting analysis of these problems,
prepared by Jacob Gross of Wor-
cester. Massachusetts, is being stu-
died by executive members of Jew-
ish federations and welfare funds
throughout the country .
The analysis is aimed at rebuild-
ing the interest and participation
<>f top lay leadership, to reverse
the previous downward campaign
trend and to strengthen Jewish
ununity organization and serv-
ices generally ... It has both short-
It would be impossible here to examine the many negative hall
that operate on a nationwide level. But it is sale to assume ttu I
weaknesses in Miami's drive represent a reflection ot those eirj .*
from the New York office. Monday night's affair started J^t
properly. Its elements were all praiseworthy. An eftort to '*'
the observance of Israel's fifth year of independence with th B 1
tary fulfillment of previous pledges to purchase bonds was intd!2 '
and certainly above criticism.
Dr. Voss is a kindly and mild-mannered soul. His reputation-11
a scholar is an enviable one. But on what basis was he presented itI
Miami bond affair? Here, lies the essential confusion. As eiectfall
chairman of the American Christian Palestine Committee.'he iiZZ
ed extraneous issues that could have no meaning whatever for m
bers of the audience who assembled at the Empress on Monday
THE AMERICAN CHRISTIAN PALESTINE COMMITTEE vied 0|
spirit with Israel for laurels during the dinner. Almost as muchuM
was spent by Dr. Voss in describing the relenting natures of hiitJ
religionists as that consumed with explaining the urgent need ft!
construction funds.
Tenderly. Dr. Voss told the tale of his friends who examinedtkl
ash and soap remains of Jewish concentration camp inmates nowraJ
ing in jars im Mount Zion. Skilfully, he gave a word picture otaGM
man drum found in the ruins of the Warsaw Ghetto: the drual
been fashioned out of parchment taken from desecrated Scrolls of [
"Now.'' he said, "we understand for what the Jews have bej
fighting." Dr. Voss thereupon assured his audience that ('hriidan
would henceforth stand side by side with World Jewry in an effortI
to insure the success of the new state. The committee of whfch ktl
is executive chairman has dedicated itself to the t.i-k of enliven
American Christians. In this regard, the ACPC send- many civic asfJ
political leaders to Israel where. I suppose, they become acqiuhHil
with the fact that Jews are not really typified by their prevalent!
Semitic caricatures
But the ACPC need not take this devious route to acquire all
information. They can. just as well, become aware of their errosual
judgments here in America. Yet. assuming that the need for an AM
lean Christian Palestine Committee is demonstrated and accepted,*!
what value are its spokesmen at an Israel Bond affair staged anil
tended by Jews? Certainly, nothing worthwhile can come of I
to veiled confessions of guilt, no matter how well meaning.
Where were these new-found supporters fifteen years ag
the ashes and the soap now in the jars on Mount Zion cried otfjH
help"" Where were they four hundred years ago during the n0*4|
the Inquisition, the apotheosis of sixteen centuries of their r*rsccssi|
or eight hundred years ago when Holy Wars were waged?
And where, indeed, are they today when bigotry -till rageshB
government, industries and social spheres? If the American Chrw
Palestine Committee is to become an effective organ upon *#I
Jewry can call for aid, it must first mend its fences here at lM
Let its spokesmen stage meetings among their co-religionists andastj]
their guilt to one another.
THE AUDIENCE LAST MONDAY could very well have toM*
Voss for what Jewry struggled these last twenty centuries. And"*
such are the speakers that the national office sends to Miami*
elsewhere for the purpose of stimulating bond purchase-. If the"
ence responded to him with tears, they were the tears of a to*1
gratitude for kind words from no matter what source.
As I see it. this sort of confusion stems from our bond ofiid*
failure to bridge the gap between intention and method. I
FIVE YEARS OF PROGRESS
of Israel Bonds is to be regarded as a vast business enterprise.
range and long range objectives
and is based on four major points
... It indicates exactly what a
continuing loss of dollars means
... It shows that the Jewish com-
munity regards the large givers as
the leaders, and although this lead-
ership is not sought after, it ex-
ists as a factor in community plan
ing beyond all argument ... It
brings out that leadership by de-
fault results in chaos and must
harm all phases of community ac-
tivities And it seeks to fix
firmly the concept that fund rais-
ing is the means to an end and not
an end in itself .
ZIONIST AFFAIRS: The Amer
icanican Zionist Council has now
completed 1 survey on the stand
of each member of Congress on
Israel ... The result is very grati-
fying There is practically no
difference in this respect between
the Congress under the Truman
Administration and the Congress
under the Kisenhower Administra-
tion A substantial majority of
the present Congress is very favor-
ably inclined toward giving Amer-
ican aid to Israel, and the prevail
ing opinion is that Israel will this
gel American aid to the BUM
extent a.-, last year .
-. *. wuua ia iu uv ii'Ktiiut-u a> a vast uusmt.-....... Ww
all the attending public relations schemes, then purchasers'"a*
approached on a more rational and less emotional basis.' Tlu^3l
mercial attitude is the prevalent motivating force behind the natio"
bond campaign, but efforts to enlist subscribers to the issue
correspond with it. They are more hysterical than rcasonawrj
give rise to such situations in which the American Christian PfM
Committee becomes spokesman for a Jewish cause before a |
audience.
So far as the ACPC is concerned, it would be interesting to M
the use to which it is being put in promoting Israel Bond saes 1
non-Jews. Here is a fertile field of endeavor for the organoai
well as for the national bond office which, on occasion, boa* J
non Jewish support it has been enlisting. But such conslderano'VJ
remain secondary until disastrous errors in judgment, as were
ed Monday night, are corrected.
-.. ttif
Dr. Voss is a renowned educator. His background *J^M hlS
.. .;, is a irimwneo enucaior. his *------ mittinl "
rejected the narrow 'confines of an individual church. Pcr \<*
to branch out into the problems of human interrelation*^ ^
theless. he could Bo no more than whip up further ggfyigjeSr
when addressing a group whose soul is, afterall and desW
ing spirit, foreign to him. An excellent orator, he
agent, the national bond organization. The result was an aw
in vocal rteclaim %ut silent otherwise.
1


p,nAY. APRIL 24, 1953
jrael Is "Wholesome Factor", Dr. Voss
(ays A? Bond Redemption Dinner Here
I f|u. young Republic of Israel was described this week as "a new,
Liesomc factor in a blighted area of thi world," by Dr. Carl Her-
Lq'n V executive chairman of the American Christian Palestine
[minittee.
Spi oking at the Jewish state's Fifth Anniversary Dinner, sponsored
gfate (it Israel Bonds Monday in the Empress Hotel, he declared:
nRV. creative influence and ex-1----------------------
pie cannol be underestimated i Iem of immigration wnich has jn.
j,r voss paid tribute to 'the creased 125 percent in these five
wr faith and unlimited courage ycars have seen wnat has ^^
,ho l^wli people ^ajidtold the done with the impetus ()f capitai
funds made available by the sale
+JeisMcridlia,n
PAGE 5
Lihorinu "f '50 dinner guests:
..\s an American, I join with
n,v fellow Americans, be they
lu or ncn Jew, in saluting the
L i>r:icl on this Fifth Anniver-
L I hail it not only because
TjVan antidote to the scourge of
LiSemitism and an answer to the
Crisb tragedy of many centuries
L al>n became Israel brings dy-
Emic forces of democratic thought
[d action into the feudal Middle
Lt,"
[judge Harold B. Spaet, chairman
the dinner which climaxed Is-
el's Redemption Month in this
introduced Dr. Voss. A huge
thdav cake marked the occasion.
of Israel Bonds," he said. "The
doubling of agricultural capacity
and the extraordinary achieve-
ments in industrial expansion has
been made possible by these
funds."
The new roads and busses, the
precision instruments and large
plants for textiles and automobiles
were all described hy Dr. Voss as
a material tribute to the courage
of the Israelis and the sale of
bonds.
The invocation was delivered by
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center. A mes-
to the
enneth oka.
}a1m> "n exhibition during the
Inner was a Book of Dedication,
rlnu.l\ liM IIIU1W mv vvvujjwiii .
"candles of which were blown off congratulations
* bv Stephanie Oka. five-year- fcste from Joseph Cherner na-
daughter of Judge and Mrs. l'on"> treasurer of State of Israel
Bonds, was read by Judge Spaet.
Head table guests included mem-
bers of the consular corps, Joseph
Rose, Greater Miami chairman for
ith a Proclamation by Governor, Bonds and Dr H Frank|in wil.
n mo "arty as a preface and in-i ,iams of the University of Miami.
ludiiu the names of all those who i Five Miami women received
i redeemed their pledges forlScr nds. The book will be sent to | on beha,f of bonds> They were the |
imc Minister David Ben-Gunon,. Mesdames 1^,;,, Ratspecher, Freda
was announced here. | Kals(eini Li|iian Goodman, Miriam
Continuing, Dr. Voss stated, "As i press, Ida Bookspan and Harry
Christian minister, my heart is: piatoff.
armed by the fact that the Is-1 ---------------------------
Us nave restored to the Ho|y! Fr#>firifk Fclriman
bnd the beauty, dignity and:1 IU1IRK LIW"ldM
farm which 2.000 years ago char- rJ""() ]}t gop Mit/Vall
Israel Birthday CakeSteph-
anie Oka, five- y e a r o 1 d
daughter of Judge and Mrs.
Kenneth Oka, stands with the
birthday cake which was cut
during the Anniversary Din-
ner sponsored by State of Is-
rael Bonds in the Empress
Hotel.
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[The speaker related that in lat-
Mr. and Mrs. Max Feldman, of
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the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Fred-
r years he has travelled on four rick, tomorrow morning, April
iffcrent continents where "almost 25th, at Beth .David Synagogue.
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Docracy in retreat. landoah Junior High School. He
"But in Israel I saw democracy has been attending the Beth David
the march triumphantly and Religious School for the past eight
finitely on the march." 'years.
Dr Voss described his trips tot a Kiddush, tendered by the Feld-
irael and reported: "Just as the, mans in their j^s honor, will
*a beal the British and the ] fo()W the servjce.
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PAGE 6
U&htJbdd&ML
i Beach CJA Drive
Opens; Pepper Is
Kickoff Speaker
Describing the aims of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal as the pur-
poses and aims of "the free world
and of humanity, former Senator
Claude Pepper addressed more
than 400 volunteer workers at the
Miami Beach kickoff breakfast
rally Sunday morning.
Pepper pointed out that the ob-
jectives of the CJA were not only
Jewish objectives but the goal of
all humanity, describing the relief
and rehabilitation programs for
refugees and the youth of Israel
and telling of his interview with j
David Ben-Gurion at which time,
the Israeli leader voiced his deter-
mination to accept 300.000 refu-|
gees a year.
Chairman Harold Shapiro, of the
Miami Beach Metropolitan Divi-
sion, presided at the meeting and j
issued final assignments to majors I
and captains preliminary to the j
door-to-door canvass.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman partici
pated in the program Harry Zuk-
ernick, division chairman, an-1
nounced that nearly $7,400 was
raised by workers at the break-
fast, bringing the total campaign
to SI. 132.400.
Aaron Kanner. administrative co-
ordinator of the campaign, repre-
sented General Campaign Chair-
man Howard Kane. A proclama-
tion issued by Mayor Lee Powell.
of Miami Beach, was read to the
overflow crowd. It proclaimed the
day as CJA Day and urged the
community to give its support.
Trades Chairman Sam J. Heiman
announced that his division, with
a quota of S700.000 expected to
achieve its goal within a matter
of days. This quota is equivalent
to more than one-hall of the entire
campaign goal.
FRIDAY.
Married at Mount Sinai Hospital to Benjamin Eisenamith. of
Detroit, so that her mother could be present at the ceremony
was Miss Sylvia Gross, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Gross, 1310 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro, who officiated, is seen above congratulating the bride
and groom as the parents of the bride look on. Guests at the
ceremony included Mr. and Mrs. Louis Eisensmith, of Detroit,
aunt and uncle of the groom; Mr. and Mrs. I. Warren, of Chi-
cago; Miss Julia Nebesky; and Miss Helen R. Gross, sister of
the bride.
Radio Synagog
Are You Sane, will be the sub-
ject of a sermon by Rabbi S M
Machtei on the Radio Synagog pro-
gram, at 9 a.m.. Sunday, over sta-
tion WQAM. There will also be
prayers, scripture reading, a ques-
tion box and liturgical music re-
corded by Cantor Richard Tucker.
Gables Sisterhood Slates
Nominations, Style Show
Sisterhood of the Coral Gables
Jewish Center will meet on Mon-;
day. April 27th. 8:30 p.m.. at the
Center. The Nominations Commit- j
tec will present its slate of officers !
for the ensuing year.
The Mesdames Sam Schulefand.
Maurice Corenblum. Ethel Hersko-
witz and Anne Rossant will give a
report on the Federation of Tem-
ple Sisterhoods' recent annual Con-
vention that they attended in New
York.
A donor luncheon is scheduled
by the Sisterhood for Wednesday.
April 29th. 12 noon, at the Al-I
Bjien Hotel. A style show and en- j
tertainment will be presented at
that time. Co-chairmen of the
event are Mrs. R. Citron and Mrs.
S. Goodman.
_____- J-.. :.
'jnmmpn *S* t^v **
Rabbi Jossrah E. Rackorsky
945 Michigan Artnue
Miami Batch
Phone 5-3595
Ivolcla >lv'rson
Mub Will .Mark
Israel Birthday
Golda Myerson Club, Pioneer
Women's Organization, will meet
on Tuesday evening. April 28th,
8:15 p.m.. at Congregation Beth
El. according to an announcement
this week by Mrs. Anna Seltzer,
president.
The program will be devoted to
observing Israel's fifth anniversary'
of independence. Guest speaker
will be Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky.
Musical numbers will be rendered
by Miss Ruth Brotman, with Miss
Anyuta Melicov at the piano.
Chairman of the evening is Miss
Ruth Uliss.
Camp Saxon Opens
On June 22nd
Mr and Mrs. Alvin Rose, Miami
residents for the past eight years,
announce the opening of Camp
Saxon, adjacent to the Saxon Mo-
tel, at 301 NE 62nd Street.
The new day camp is the only-
one of its kind in the Miami area
with a swimming pool on the prem-
ises, according to the owners. The
65 foot pool will be the focus for
an extensive aquatic program con-
ducted by experienced personnel
in swimming techniques, the Ros-
es said.
Camp Saxon will present a com-
plete outdoor camping life, includ-
ing a playground that features
softball, basketball, tennis and
pony riding. Also stressed will be
arts and crafts and a library hour
each day in the camp reading
room.
Every counsellor, the owners ex-
plained, will be a teacher in the
public school system. Slogan of
the camp is: Country Camp Life In
The City. Well-balanced meals will
be under the supervision of a die-
tetician.
Camp Saxon opens on June 22nd.
Parents will have the choice of en-
rolling their children for a four
or an eight-week session. Informa-
tion may be obtained by dialling
84 5411.
Schedule Federation
15th Annual Meeting:
Reservations to the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation 15th An-
nual meeting will be received be-
ginning this week by Annual Meet-
ing Chairman Mrs. Milton Sirkin.
Members of the Board of Gov-
ernors. Trustees and Executive
Comjnittee have been notified of
the need for early reservations,
according to Mrs. Sirkin. More
than 400 persons overflowed the
annual event at the Masonic Hall
in 1952, and the Empress Hotel
has been selected as the site for
this year's meeting in order to
accommodate the 500 persons ex-
pected on Sunday, May 17th.
Officers of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation are elected at
the Annual Meeting and final re-
ports are submitted on the 1953
Combined Jewish Appeal.
According- to Mrs. Sylvia Chert-
kof, program chairman, the meet-
ing will be one of the most im-
portant in Greater Miami history.
Reservations are being received at
Federation offices, 420 Lincoln
Road.
Election Meet TueT
"" -nnual electionT*'!
the Goodwin Group1: 51
Avenue. T
The slate of offiMrs
members will ^ p N
Nominating Committee J"
of the Mesdames Marcelu ,
chairman, Martha *?'
Shapiro. Sophia M,er
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Jul* Mass
,orials Here
ftillion rl* L the Warsaw Ghetto will
tialited at two giant mass
Miami and on Miami
is in
Canlors Maurice Mamcnes
ooel Kelemer will chant the
bnal
Obituaries
A. OTTO B1RN
i>f 910 Bay 1 >riv.- Miami Beach
Wednesday, April 15tn. igervtoes
in -;..
raoari Miami
uirn, who came
Gorman IJjiveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Jacob
Gorman, formerly of 3178 SW 25th
Ail
Malai Rachamin
c".
tiled
wi i < hi'td Sunitiiy
Beach ChapeL Mr.
'" ;: "! "' ['*'\ f""" N,'w ***!! Street, will lake nlace Sundav An-
nraa past president of the Miami i"-c ounuay, /\p-
Beach Board ing net he -.. i \ li t pi ei dent of
the United Cigar-Whelan limn Co., In
charge of the real estate department.
Hi- was Mason, a director of the
Lincoln Road Association anil a niem-
ber < the Miami Beach Public Hous-
ing Authority, Surviving are his srlfe,
laughter, Mrs. Joan Weiss, lour
Closing Breakfast Service
The closing Youth Breakfast
Service of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center for the current year will
take place Sunday morning. A
service in the Chapel conducted by
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will begin
at 9:30 a.m. Songs will be led by
Cantor David Silverman.

,, Ma-amin, the song of pi
the ghettos and i'"'""-'* ""'' ,w ''n-
irtvrs in
Eon camps of Europe.
l the memorial meet-
in. the showing of Distant
;l full length movie fea-
m the Nazi persecution of
Tom Czechoslovakia.
fceeting, t<> be held in Miami
Iday. April 2fith, 8 p.m., at
jth El Congregation, will in-
present at ion of the War-
hetto by RatW Shmaryahu
readings by Herbert Ber-
d symbolic lighting of six
by Mrs. Gregory Rosen-
Louis Si'hwartzman, execu-
Letor of the BureaXi of Jew-
luestron, will act as chair-
neeting to be held on Miami
(Monday. April 27th, 8 p.m.,
hple Beth Sholom, will in-
i presentation of Rabbi Mos-
cheloff. reading by Sydney
era and the symbolic light-
f-ix candles by Mrs. Harold
Burnett Roth, Beach city
lir.an and community leader,
I chairman.
| sion to the meetings is
Hekets are available at Jew-
Igregatlona and from mem-
[thecommittee: Morris Hon-
ehairman, Arthur Drev-
I. Powell, M. Miller, Gregory
Iranz and Louis Schwartz-
rhe Memorial meetings are
fed by the Bureau of Jewish
don of Greater Miami.
SAMUEL L. GRUBER
7". a retired manufacturer, ..f isoq
IviiiiNX Iv.uiia Avenui', Miami ll>arh.
died April liitli. He km a Mason "f
the Ionic Lodge umi a founder of the
Association of lulled Auctioneers.
Survivors inrludo his e/lfe and a bIm-
tor. Funeral services were held in
New Fork, with local arrangements
by lli'llinan t'linrwl. Miami Beach.
ril 26th, at Mt. Sinai Memorial
Park Cemetery, with Babbi Max
Shapiro officiating. Mr. Gorman is
survived by his wife, Fannie, and
four daughters. Mrs. Alex Stibel,
Mrs. John L. Lundblad, Mrs. Rob-
ert Nedbor and Mrs. Samuel
Kirchner, also 7 grandchildren.
Mr. Gorman was a member of Beth
David, also the Israelite Center. ;
Arrangements arc in charge of
Palmer's Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
THRIFT SHOP
Jewish Home for the Aged
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SAUL MINSKOFF
71, of 40U" c'oiiin.i Avenue, Miami
Beach, died April 16th. A retired
i,mi.1.1. in- came here 11 years ago
from New York. Surviving are his
son, Emanuel B.; two daughters, Mrs.
Bylvla Si'hitt an three brothers, Nathan, Paul and
Max; and two sisters, Mrs. Esther
Hendlen and Mrs. Clpayra Horowits.
Services were heiu in Riverside Miami
Beach Memorial Chapel, with burial
In .Mount Sinai C< naeti ry.
HERMAN SHAPIRO
iiO, of MS sw u'th Avenue, passed
awa] Thursday, April 16th, In a local
hospital. Survived by a sister, Mrs.
Belts 'iii'.itt Ki'inains were sen!
to N( Vi.i k City foi ii vl -; and
interment by Miami Riverside.
MORRIS DECKY
71. of 1535 Meridian Avenue, Miami
11< i h, died April ISth Services were
held In Riverside Miami Beach Me-
morial Chapel with burial in Mount
s.n.ii Cemetery, A retired mattress
manufacturer, hi ere i- years
ago from New Tork, Burvlvlng are
his wife, a son, Harry; and two daugh-
ters, Mrs Basle Tropp and Mrs (Jer-
He Btollerman.
AJCongress Donor Dance
The Florida Women's Division of
the American Jewish Congress will
honor workers at a donor dinner
dance on Sunday in the Clover
Club. Mfs. Jack Jannoff is com-
mittee chairman.
;r Unveiling
dedication of a monument
[ memory of the late Morris
formerly of 3321 SW 21st
I will take place Sunday, Ap-
,11 a.m., at Mt. Nebo Ceme-
(nih Rabbi Morris Skop of-
g Mr. Berger is survived
wife, Esther, a son, Dave,
(daughter, Mrs. Bernard Saf-
Irrangements are in charge
Inter- Monument Company.
Is and relatives are asked to
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HOUSECLEAN
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MISS OLGA WOLF
M, native of Austria who came here
SO years ago, i-t Sunday at her
Miami Beach home, t ""t Ifth Bt set
Survivors Include three sisters, Mrs
Qustav Ehrenfeld, Mrs. Rose Ri
ami .Mrs. Elisabeth Jensen, .ill of Mi-
ami, Services were held Tuesday in
Riverside Memorial Chapui, Miami
Beach. _______
JACK BRODSKV
:,4. nf I'M Hay Drive, Miami Beach,
died Sunday. He cante hire seven
years ago from New Y'"k and is sur-
vlved by his wife, Mrs. Rose Brodsky,
a ion, Stanley, and a daughter, jay,
all of Miami Services were held Mon
day in Riverside Memorial Chapel. Mi-
ami Beach, with burial In Mt. Neoo
i iemetei >,
MORRIS LEVY _
li, dlnl S.in lay at hpme, "XS \\ 4,th
Street, Miami BeaoM. Services were
h.ut Tuesday in Riverside Memorial
Chapel Mr Levy, a native New ) ink-
er who llveil for 12jrers in Baltimore
be/ore moving i" Miami Beach. Is sur-
vived bv his wife, Mrs. Sarah Levy,
and a daiiBhter. Mrs. Marlon Koth.
Miami Beach._______
HARRY ROSENBERG
g| ..f ton sw -'iih Street, died Mon-
day He came from New )'" '-1
years ago He was a member of the
Bartenders and Walters t'nlon. Local
133 A Mli ran "f U "I Id War I, In-
belonged to the Harvi l Seeds Amer-
ican l^eg -ii i osl Surviving are his
a, Ethel; two sons. Hilly and JacK,
both Of -Miami; B Inother and two
sisters.
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Jewish fUrkfar
Dorothy Oshlag Chooses June For
Her Wedding To Philip Weinstein
Dr. and Mrs. Hyman Lieber, of i
Memphis and Miami Beach, an- |
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. Miss Dorothy Bettina'
0hlag. to Philip Weinstein, Jr.,
son of Dr. and Mrs. Philip Wein-
stein, 1516 SW 12th Street, Miami.
Miss Oshlag. daughter also of |
the late Dr. Julius A. Oshlag, is a j
graduate of Miami Beach High [
School and of the I'niversity of!
Miami, where she was a member
of Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority. Nil.
Kappa Tau, women's scholarship-
leadership sorority. Lead and Ink.
journalism honorary, and Delta
Phi Alpha, German honorary. ,
She was also a Student Senator,
sorority editor of Ibis and ex-
change editor of Tempo. She is
currently a cytologist at the ("an-
c< r Research Laboratory in Mem-
phis.
Mr. Weinstein is a graduate of'
Miami High School and a cum.
laurie graduate of the I'niversity !
i! Miami. He wai listed in Who's
who in American Colleges And
Universities. lie was an officer ol
Aloha Lpsilon Pi Fraternity, a
ier of Omicron Delia Kappa.
scholarship-leadership fra-
Miss Elbaum Weds
Robert Schatzberg
Miss Roslyn Laura Elbaum,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack El-
baum, 420 15th Street, and At-
lantic City, New Jersey, became
the bride of Robert Schatzberg,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Schatzberg. 116 Collins Avenue, on
April 15th. at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated
at the double ring ceremony.
The bride selected a gown of
imported chanlilly lace and slip-
per satin skirt extending into a
cathedral train. Her illusion neck-!
line was trimmed with seed pearls,
and her only piece of jewelry was
a strand ol cultured pearls, a gift
from the groom. She carried orch-
id- mi a Bible.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Irving
Fineberg. Bridesmaids included
Marion Cohen, Judith Younger-
Miss Lola fttur
LoIaHeUrWi|
Harold Stein JW
Mr. and Mrs r! ^1
0 Euclid AvenuRe0b::>
an engagement Dart. br
The betrothal ,/g |
Miss Fleur attend* v
schools. Mr. Steh, H
Forest Hills, x *\ "ri**1
Jen, at the S^jf
He served in the Arm 2'
taring the um, wherc'*
sophomore year
The coupio plan t0 k. .
on September 13th, in
Beach. m
Tots About Town.J
Miss Dorothy B. Oshlag
Ardmore
(loldin, VVishman
Choose Full Rites
Mr and Mrs. Ben Goldin, of Kau-
kauna. Wisconsin, announce the
ternity. and treasurer of Alpha Ep- engagement of their daughter,
n Delta, honorary pre -medical sh.imn Lee, to Robert S. Wishnian.
mity. I son of Harry Wishman, 2375 SW
sidenl and senior advisor of 2nd Terrace, and Mrs. Betty l.e-
Eta Sigma, freshman scholar-1 vine, Forest Mills, Now York.
fraternity, he was also presi- Miss Goldin is a junior drama
t ol I he Inter-Club Council, sec- student at the I'niversity of Mi-
nt the Inter-Fraternity ami, where she is also rush chair*
i uncil and a member of Beta Beta man ol Phi Si^ma Sigma, social
biological honorary. He is sorority, she i- a member of the
now a student at Washington Uni-1 Dormatory Council and a band
versitj School of Medicine, where majorette.
,, member of Phi Beta Pi, Mr Wishman is a I'M senior, ma-
ternity, ana treasurer joring in accounting. His fratern-
ol the class ol "56 it) is Mpha Epsilon Pi.
The couple will be married in I The couple plan a wedding in
June and will reside in St. Louis. I the Fall.
WHAT DO YOU THINK OF
VIE? asks Carl Henry
Lerhburger, grandson of Mr.
and Mrs. Gerald Lewis, 617
East Di Lido Drive.
trdmore
LISEN, THE SITUATION
THIS Debbie Banal
daughter cf Mr. and Mb. I
aid Barmack, 117 North;
Drive, is cnxious ior ml
know.
Her 79th birthday is a gala occasion ior Mrs. Elizabeth Urban
who celebrated the event last week at Mount Sinai Hospital.
Dietition Margaret Clark presents Mrs. Urban with a pink
and white frosted birthday cake while looking on are: (left
to right) Nurses Melva Brown, Carmel Grieco and Mrs.
Charles Toffler, Mrs. Urban's daughter. A resident of Miami
Beach for the past 17 years, Mrs. Urban makes her home at
1800 James Avenue. She is an active member of many local
social and welfare organizations.
man. Nancy Hirschaut and Char-
lotte Leeder. Willis Fineberg was
flower girL
Best man lor the jro >:ii Was
Sam Steigman, with Ronald Lach-.
man and Irving Fineberg acting
as ushers. Gordon Fineberg was
ring bearer,
Newlywed Mrs. Schatzberg at
tended the I'niversity of Miami
and Columbia University. She is
currently a member of the Nautilus
School facility. The groom attend-
ed the University of Miami and
the University of Florida
The couple are spending their
honeymoon in Nassau and Cuba
'I hey will make their home in At-
lantic City and on Miami Beach
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IY,.UPRIL 24. 1853
nai B'rith Women9* Conneii Holds
Ipetiontti Mrs. MMottman President
he B'nai B'rith Women's Coun- 2nd vice president; Edyth Flei
, ...!. i.'l,,rula will hnlrl its o_J ..:-____ __
"JewlslirhridHan
be B'nai >.....---------
I0f South Florida will hold its
lual installation of officers at
iMonte Carlo Hotel on Thurs-
evenlng. April 30th. 8:30 p.m.
jewlv fleeted officers to be in-
hf(l are the Mesdames Bernard
mr.an, president; Sidney Suss,
vice president; Gerald P. Soltz,
\at*> Forum On
[cart Disease
Dade County Medical Associa-
mim al the Dade County
,. rium on Tuesday evening
bred a discussion of rheumatic
[arthritic afflictions.
I ed on the panel were Drs.
r Rand Jack Q. Cleveland,
r Thompson, Wesley S. Nock.
leisch-
er, 3rd vice president; Harvey Her-
man, corresponding secretary; Miss
Edith Simmons, recording secre-
tary.
The Mesdames Bohrer, treasur-
er; Irving Cypen, historian; A.
Frank Wellins, parliamentarian;
Tena Katz, counselor; and Nathan
Bloom and Harry Kaufman, trus-
tees. Mrs. Sol Goldslrom is lw.-
orary vice president.
Mrs. Hoffman has served as
president of the North Shore Chap-
ter of B'nai B'rith Women, deputy
of District Grand Lodge No. 5 and
past vice president of the Parent
Teachers' Association of Templt
Beth Sholem.
Mrs. So!tz will be chairman ol
r Thompson, wesiey a. nock. ""= wi "" ue
lur H Wiland, Francis Keel-jtno installation.
Dr. ami Robert F. Farrington. | The B'nai B'rith W
|e 1 irum was the second in a cil of South Florida
.. ...nA l.t, 111., Ill'lt \ in rtf ,1 akaai_____
L. sponsored by the DCMA in
i with the Miami Her-
jiexl week's discussion will
lease. Admission is
omen's Coun-
- is comprised
of these chapters: Miami Beach,
North Shore. Tropical, Coral Gab-
les, Miami. Kleanor Roosevelt, Fla-
mingo. North Dade, Emma Lazar-
us and Hollywood.
>4r-,7*< ffrf
PAGE 9
phen Barry Scher, son of
Jeanne Scher, 729 Lenox
(Due, will celebrate his
Mitzvah on Saturday, Ap-
fc-ih, at the Miami Beach
tsh Center. Rabbi Irving
irman will officiate. Steph-
i an eighth grade student
Aiami Beach Junior High
Bol and attends the Relig-
School of the Miami
i Jewish Center.
fiOfi
Ardmorc
The Bar Mitzvah of Jerome
Michael Weisberg, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Weis-
berg, 1485 Bay Road, will
take place in the Miami
Beach Jewish Center on Sat.
urday, April 25th. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman will officiate. An
eighth grade student at Mi-
ami Beach Junior High
School, the Bar Mitzvah also
attends the Religious School
of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center.
frdXirm^a^aV^msarmxtr,
Scaroon Manor
HOTEL V/l SCHROON LAKE-.N.Y.
Miss Marian Sirote
Engagement Told Of
Miss Serote At Party
A cocktail party for 200 guests
was the site of the betrothal an-
nouncement of Miss Marian Sirote
and Fred Rosen. Port Arthur. Tex-
as. The party was held on Sunday
at the Hotel Algiers, Miami Beach.
The bride-elect is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sirote. New
York City. She is in. her junior
year at the University of Miami
Law School. Miss Simte received
the AB degree at the UM last
Juno.
She is president of Phi Sigma
Upsilon, Delta Theta Mu, Sigma
Lambda Phi and Nu K.-ippa Tail.
Listed in Who's Who In American
Colleges And Universities, Miss
Sirote is secretary of FISGA and
a member of the homecoming
Queen's court last year. She is al-
so affiliated with Nu Beta Epsilon,
legal fraternity, and the Miami
Law Quarterly.
Mr. Rosen graduated from the
University of Texas with the BBA
degree in 1950. He is now a part-
ner in the Port Iron and Supply
Company. Port Arthur.
Personally
Speaking.. .
Bryna Beth Tashma, daughter of
Mrs. Gertrude Tashma, celebrated
her seventh birthday at the home
of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Kaplan, 3551 SW 3rd Av-
enue, on Saturday, April 18th.
Some 33 classmates, of the Coral
Way Elementary School, where
Bryna Beth is in the first grade,
were present at the party.
"tr -to *
Mrs. William Loeb, of 1937 Mer-
idian Avenue, will leave for New
York City to meet her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. M. Kats, of Los
Angeles, California. On May 2nd,
hey will leave on the SS Uruguay
for a six-week tour of South Amer-
ica.
Lieutenant Jesse L. Simon, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Simon, 1325
Sorolla Avenue. Coral Gables, left J
for his new assignment at Beale |
Air Field Hospiial in California.
He spent two weeks here with his
parents en route to his new base.
Lieutenant Simon formerly prac-
ticed optomctry on Miami Beach
and has been base optometrist at
Sumter. South Carolina, for over
a year. He also covered the hos-
pital at the base in Alexandria.
Louisiana, during that time.
Mr. and Mrs. Hank Meyer an-
nounce the birth of their daughter
at Mount Sinai Hospital -on Tues-
day. April 21st.
Emma Lazarus Affair
Emma Lazaru-, Organization of
Miami and Miami Beach will hold
a Warsaw Ghetto Ghetto Memor-
ial on Wednesday evening. April
29th, 8:30 p.m.. at Flamingo Park,
according to an announcement this
week by Mrs. Malka Reich, chair-
man.
. Mils Eileen S. Kaqan
Eileen Kagan Will
Wed Air Force Man
The engagement of their daugh-
ter. Eileen Sandra, to David Sam-
uel Goodman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Goodman, Boston, Massa-
chusetts, has been announced by
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kagan.
The Kagans. of 810 Pennsylvan-
ia Avenue. Miami Beach, revealed
the betrothal at a reception in the
Blackstone Hotel on Sunday.
The bride-elect will graduate
from Miami Beach High School in
June. She is a member of the
Wins Chapter. B'nai B'rith, and
OCT.
Mr. Goodman attended the New
England Aircraft S.ho.l at Boston
University and i; an honorary
member of AZA. He is serving
with the Air Force and is station-
ed in Miami.
Brandeis Auxiliary Party
The Louis D. Brandeis Auxiliary
No. 199. Free Sons of Israel, will
hold a game night on Sunday. Ap-'
ril 26!h, 8 p.m.. at the Blackstone
Hotel.
Mead Heads Lincoln
Road Association Again
I). Richard Mead has been re-
elected president of the Lincoln
Road Association for the sixth con-
secutive year
Other officers include Milton
Smith. 1st vice president: Milton
Sirkin. 2nd vice president; Dr.
Leonard Finn, secretary: and F.
I.owry Wall, treasurer.
THAWKS A MiEJJOX
' would like f( fhoni, personally my 500 friends who joined me
in c'.brofion of my 75fh milestone. This being impossible, I
take tail medium of expressing my profoundest appreciation
'" K... kind thoughts and expressions.
' an particularly grateful for the birthday gifts I received in the
term of contributions to my project, THE BEIH DAVID LIBRARY
rtWfl, To you ani others who would like to have a share in the
plannci library, official acknowledgement will come forth.
Thanks again,
HARRY (Pop) SIMONS
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IMDAY^APrd^

Mrs. NeedeSman
Will Head Eleanor
Roosevelt Women
The Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter
of B'nai B'rith Women will hold
it.; annual installation of officers
;it the Colony Restaurant on Tues-
day availing, April 28th. 8:30 p.m.
Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz, past presi-
dent of the chapter and vice presi-
dent of B'nai B'rith Women's
Ci until of South Florida, will in-
stall the newly elected officers.
They are:
The Mesdames Paul Needelman.
president: Jerome Robinson. 1st
vice president; Marshall Chern.
2nd vice president: Seymour Ros-
enthal. 3rd vice president: David
Goldenberg, corresponding secre-
tary: Irving Riemer. recording sec-
r< tary.
The Mesdames Herman Marks
treasurer; Burton Yagoda, financial
secretary; Sherwood Rosen, parlia-
ne'ntarian; Martin POrman, sentin-
el-guardian; Bernard Rosenblatt.
ian; and Stanley Saval, Alex
Goldstein and Joel Diamond, Board
bers.
Suit/ will serve as counselor
the group. Mr- M irtin Gold-
j i- chairman of the installa-
tion.
The group will also hold an Ap
ri! Showers dance and show at the
Nautilus Hotel on Sunday even-
. April 28th, 3:3d p.m. Mrs. Jer-
Etobinson is in charge of the
. ce.
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Shown a, *. *. --ft ttarJtfS SST ta^'^Se^b^;
cayne T.rrac. Hotel a.eWaWdJehlo $%,, ^^^ and Marvi Rauzin.
r.rs:K^^: SENSES K3 &-*
trustee. Guest speaker was former Florida Governor Fuller Warreiv
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CAKE MIXES
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oldstein Unveiling
The unveiling of a monument to
the memory of the late Mrs. Annie i
dstein will take place Sunday.
v. ril 2'ith, 1 p.m.. at lit. Nebo
emeterj Mrs. Goldstein, a pion-|
er of Miami, passed away a year
She is survived by her hus- ]
..I. 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-
ches will officiate. Arrangements
are in charge of Palmer's Miami
Monument Company. Friends and
""Tativcs are invited to be present.
Four Vacancies On
Council Are Eyed By
Sixteen Candidates
Sixteen candidates will attempt
to win seats on the Miami Beach;
City Council during the June 2nd
election. Reports indicate that this
Is the smallest councilmanic race
since 1947. Only four posts are
vacant
Of the 10 candidates, three are
incumbents seeking re-election, i
William Burbridge let the noon
deadline go by last week without
qualifying to succeed himself. He
has occupied a council seat since
1932. with the exception of one
term.
Nine attorneys will vie for the
vacant spots. They represent what
is reported to be the largest single
professional bloc that has ever
qualified on Miami Beach. Also I
scheduled on the ballot is a refer-1
endum initiated by Harry Plissner. ]
one of the candidates, which calls'
for the establishment by ordinance !
of an emergency ambulance sys-
tern.
Councilman Bernard Frank mov-1
' ed that the referendum be placed
on the ballot ahead of Plissner'l
scheduled appearance on the
ids
The complete list of candidates,
in alphabetical order Includes:
Samuel Blomberg, A Budd Cut-
ler. Martin Drexel, Bernard
Frank. A .i Kaplan, Nathan Mai
muth, Harry Plissner. Darb) Rath-
man, Melvin J. Richard, M H Ros-
enhouse, James Ruby, Harold
Spaet, Harold Shapiro. Harold
Turk. Charles Wescourt and
George o Whitney.
Uolden Aavrs
Seek Funds
I To raise funds for its treasury.
i the Golden Age Friendship Club
1 of the Greater Miami Jewish I
\ nuinity Center will hold a spring
dance on May 2nd. 8 p.m.. at the
i Town Branch.
The Golden Agers have a variety
program for all members. The
schedule includes: Tuesdays. 2
p.m.. a forum conducted by Sol
Lasky. and square dancing under
the supervision of Mrs. Rose Shliv-
ak: Thursdays, a get-together ev-
ening supervised by B. Gorkin and
Mrs. Minnie Kubenstein: and Sun-
days, business and social meetings.
ICKEN SOUPS
^^ig^JVlU \ fiavorfvl, satistym, '
ItllG^l^\ go/den (hiiken soups..
King Lear, played by Mr.
Sam Hirsch, associate profes-
sor of the University of Miami
Drama Department, is now in
its last week at the UM Ring
Theatre. Mr. Hirsch is also
d.rector of the play which
highlights the Third Annual
Snakespeare Festival here.
The show will close on Satur-
day night, April 25th.
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Irving Straus Speaks
Regeneration Of World Jewry,
will be the topic of a lecture to-
morrow afternoon. 3 p.m.. by Irv-
ing Straus at the Spinoza Outdoor
Forum on the lawn of the home
of Dr. Abraham Wolfson. 11th
Street and Ocean Court. Mr. Straus
is a noted portrait painter.______
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insky Pushes Israel Attack At UN;
,pe Of Russian Friendship Wanes
Continued from Paa 1 A ation and future general
gytafey&cMfrn
PAGE 11
[Continued from Pago
i Malenkov and the Minister
he Interior. According to this
the "Jewish plot" charges
I first hatched in a move to
Bcria and were subse-
tedit
Beria
itly repudiated when
[the strength to act.
he issue of Soviet anti-Semit-
fwas woven through the entire
debate in the Political
tnittee. a debate featured by
whole -hearted adoption by the
j States of the Communist line
their warm defense of Commu-
Ipohcy. Previously( spokesman
Several states had condemned
Soviet Jewish policy.
Anti-Somitic "Nucleus"
ofessor Enrique Fabregat, of
|uay. said he did not want to
[bitterness to the debate, but
\d to mention the case of the
ure generations. The
representative of Poland had in
dignantly denied all the charges
but for Israel especially it was a
pressing need that this matter be
aired."
Dr. Salazar, representative of
the Dominican Republic, charged
that "anti-Semitism has become a
permanent fixture of the interna-
tional Community policy" as
could be seen in numerous pub-
lications. He wanted to point out
in this connection that the Domin-
ican Republic had been the first
to take in Jewish refugees from
Nazi persecution and was ready to
take still more refugees now.
Dr. Nunez Portuondo, represen-
tative of Cuba, recalled the arrests
of Jewish leaders and Communist
officials of Jewish origin in East
FT
em Germany and in Hungary. "In
mw doctors, first accused and'view of all these facts," he said,
Ssoned on charges of acting as "the Cuban Government had re-
Ts of American Jewish groups cently issued a statement which
[later released. "This was a
leworthy correction of police-
procedures, but it showed
there was anti-Semitic nucleus
emphatically condemned the per
secution of Jews in the USSR and
its satellite states and called upon
all free nations to join in the de-
i,. Soviet Union, he declared. | mand that these persecutions,
reminiscent of Hitler's anti-Semi-
tic acts, cease."
The expected Arab attack on
Zionism was opened by the Iraqi
delegate Abdullah Bakr who called
Israel "the great menace and ter-
ror" of the Middle East. He com-
pared the destitution of the Arab
Iferrin^ to the "racial ques
which had given the world
(anxiety lately when it reap-
ed in the countries behind the
Curtain, the Uruguayan dele-
Isaid: Mrs Myerson, the rep-
Itative of Israel, had spoken
[concretely. Indeed, she could
have failed to mention the
refugees with Hitler's persecution
sacrifices of the Jews under' of the Jews. Mr. Bakr accused the
lazis. the many martyrs. All j Zionists of everything from dema-
a tragic warning to our gener-1 goguery to murder.
^YASHIN
NEWS'L
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lieber-
man, of 2810 SW 25th Street,
recently celebrated their
golden wedding anniversary
with a party in the Sorrento
Hotel. Married in New York
on March 28, 1903, the couple
lived there and in Mount Ver-
non until 1940, when they
came to Miami. Mr. Lieber-
man was in business until his
retirement in 1946. They
have t w o children, Mrs.
Charles Levine, of Tampa,
Mrs. Herbert Sanders, Miami,
and four grandchildren.
Explain Moaning
Of Sisterhood
Harold Shapiro, commentator on
the radio program, Meet Your
i Neighbor, special feature of the
Yiddish Classical Hour, has invit-
ed as his guest speaker Mrs. Benja-
min B. Wolff, president of the
Southeast Branch of the National
Women's League of the United
Synagogue of America, on Sunday,
April 26th, 8:15 p.m., over station
WINZ.
In connection with the forth-
coming annual Spring Conference
of the Southeast Branch of the
National Women's League, United
Synagogue of America, Mrs. Wolff
will speak on: What Is A Sister-
hood.
(EDITORS NOTE: The following Washington Letter from
fed Stales Senator George Smathers is written exclusively for
{Jewish Floridian. Senator Smathers' column will appear
ihly here, touching on issues pertinent to American Jewry,
vspoudenre addressed to him should be mailed to the pub-
r's office.)
By UNITED STATES SENATOR GEORGE SMATHERS
WASHINGTON On this, the fifth anniversary of the founding
I State of Israel, its people can look back on remarkable achieve-
I am proud that the government of the United States has
in the creation of the new democratic State and has been
ring constructive assistance in its development. Every liberty-
! individual throughout the world has cause for rejoicing that a
f. which for 2,000 years dreamed of re-establishing its homeland,
ade such extraordinary advance in so short a time despite great
hardships and external threats to its existence. It is also a
i of deep gratification that the State of Israel is a new force for
^m in the Middle East and is oriented ideologically and politically
he free nations of the West.
one looks back on the five momentous years of its independ-
lone cannot but admire the imagination, courage, ingenuity, re-
ffulness, dynamic energy, as well as the capacity for sacrifice,
|ave been exhibited by the people of Israel in the development
V country. Large areas of waste have been reclaimed, new towns
Pages built, road constructed, irrigation projects developed, min-
?sources discovered and new industries promoted. All this has
join- on while the country has had to absorb a large Jewish immi-
comlng from countries of greatly varying cultural patterns.
|ve years ago the Jewish population was 650,000; today it is al-
MO0.00O. The 750,000 homeless Jewish men, women and child-
|*o have come into the country from every corner of the earth
. the last five years, exceed in number the Jews who were living
el at the time of the creation of the Republic. There have" been
Problems with respect to food supply, shelter and economic and
'1 adjustment,
ronted y a mass immigration, unprecedented in modern
its scale and intensity, the Israeli government has had to rely
"P'Tary measures which necessarily interfere with long-range
for developing the country so that it may become economically
?Porting, gut j have no doubt tnat the vision and dynamic lead-
[ exhibited thus far, given a period of peace, will result in great
*s in the development of the natural resources of the country
Providing a firm foundation for its industry. In the ancient
Lh li prophet Isaiah: "And they shall build the old wastes,
nail raise up the former desolations and they shall repair the
Icities."
C. countless friends of the State of Israel anticipate rapid prog
pa win continue their support of her valiant efforts to establish
. '"dependency. But they also look forward to its becoming
spiritual force as of olda force that will command the con-
"espect and admiration of the democratic nations of the world.
e many well-wishers on this, the fifth anniversary of independ-
ine state of Israel, in extending to her my sincerest felicita-
continued peace to develop her material and spiritual re-
Ask For Talk On
Suez Canal Area
Continued from Pag* 1 A
raeli view that Colonel Bennet de
Ridder, Belgian officer heading
the Israel-Jordan Mixed Armistice
Commission, has failed to carry
out his duties as chairman of the
commission and should be re-
moved.
Commenting on an attack by the
government-controlled Kol Israel
radio and by several Hebrew news-
papers. General Riley said that the
picture of Colonel de Ridder in
the Israeli press was "erroneous
and unfair." The Israeli charged
that the Belgian officer had re-
fused to call an emergency meet-
ing of the commission to clear up
a number of border incidents.
An Israeli spokesman revealed
here that Israeli forces had foiled
an attempt by Arab infiltrees to
enter Israel by sea. The spokesman
said that an Israeli patrol on the
southern seacoast spotted two
boats approaching the shore. They
warned the Arabs and fired on
them when they ignored instruc-
tions to halt. One boatload was
captured, but the second escaped,
the spokesman said.
Corenblum Unveiling
The dedication of a head stone
to the memory of the late Howard
David Corenblum who passed away
at the age of 6 months will take
place Sunday, April 26th, 8 p.m. at
Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi
Morris Skop officiating. Baby
Howard David is survived by his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Coren-
blum, a sister Robin Sue and grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Co-
renblum and Mr. and Mrs. S. Den-
aberg.
Arrangements are in charge of
Palmer's Monument.
Friends and relatives are asked
to attend.
GLOBAL SHORTS
Austrians Ready For Reparations
VIENNA (JTA) Indication that the new Austrian Cabinet in-
tends to carry out the pledge of the previous government to pay repar-
ations to Jewish victims of the Nazi regime was given here this week
by Chancellor Julius Raab in the first declaration made by him in
Parliament on behalf of the new government. Dr. Raab told the Parlia-
ment that the government intends to pay reparations to former resi-
dents of Austria now living abroad as foreign citizens. The Chancellor
also reported that the government intends to ease the laws against
former members of the Nazi party in Austria, explaining that this can
be done in view of the fact that "Austrian democracy today is deeply
rooted."
Report Mass Arrests In Syria
TEL AVPV (JTA) Mass arrests of Syrian Jews was reported here
by the Arab daily, Al Yom, which is published in Israel. The news-
paper said that Syrian Jews who had fled to Lebanon had been kid-
napped by Syrian secret police and forcibly returned to custodv in
Syria.
Warsaw Ghetto Memorial In London
LONDON (JTA) Six candles honoring the memory of the
6,000,000 Jews slain by the Nazis were kindled here at a meeting or-
ganized by the World Jewish Congress in commemoration of the War-
saw Ghetto uprising. Bertrant Russel, renowned philospher, told of his
fears when it seemed that Russia was embarking on an anti-Semitic
campaign. He added: "Now the Russians appear to have undergone
a change of heart. I hope it is real."
Ask To Inelude Nazis I'nder Law
NEW YORK (JTA) American authorities were asked this week
to apply equally to Nazis, Fascists and Communists the McCarran-
Walter Immigration Law provision which denies entry to all members,
past and present, of organizations "which advocates the establishment
in the United States of a totalitarian dictatorship of totalitarianism "
In letters to Secretary of State John Foster Dulles and Attorney Gen-
eral Herbert Brownell, Henry Edward Schultz, national chairman of
the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, took exception to the
ruling of the US Immigration and Naturalization Service that "sym-
pathy with or membership in the Nazi Party no longer constitute a
basis for exclusion from the United States."
Ike Greets Jewish Labor Committee
ATLANTIC CITY (JTA) President Eisenhower lauded the activi-
ties of the Jewish Labor Committee in a message sent to the organiza-
tion on the occasion of its national convention here this week.
"On this 300th anniversary of the first Jewish settlement in Amer-
ica, the dedicated work of the Jewish Labor Committee assumes special
dignity and meaning," President Eisenhower said. "You notably helped,
to arouse the conscience of the free world to the recent terrible evi
dences of anti-Semitism in Eastern Europe. We must be forever vigil-
ant against the resurgence of any such evil."
Shelve Sehool Rible Reading Rill
SACRAMENTO (JTA) The Committee on Education of the State
Assembly has shelved a bill authorizing Bible reading in the public
schools of California and the proposed measure is now considered dead
for this legislative term at least. The committee took the bill "under
advisement'' without a vote after public hearings at which its sup-
porters and opponents were heard.
Minnesota Senate Passes FKP Rill
ST. PAUL (JTA) The Minnesota Fair Employment Practices
Bill is pending action by the Lower House of the State Legislature
following its adoption by the Senate. The bill received a 39-22 majority-
after a three-hour debate. The bill is supported by Minnesota Jewish,
civic and church groups and enjoyed bi partisan support in the Senate
debate.
Gestapo Of f leer Goes On Trial
FRANKFURT (JTA) Former Gestapo Lieutenant Fritz Hilde-
brant went on trial this week in Bremen on charges of being responsi-
ble for the murder of thousands of Jews at several concentration
camps he headed in Poland and the Carpathians. Thirty witnesses.
including some who were summoned from new homes abroad, were
to testify against Hildebrandt.
Johnston Impressed With Israel
TEL AVIV (JTA) Eric Johnston, who visited Israel on a world-
wide tour of inspection of American Point Four projects in President
Eisenhower's behalf, said this week that he was impressed by the
favorable conditions in Israel for foreign investors. Mr. Johnston con-
ferred with Premier David Ben-Gurion, a number of other ministers
and with economic experts in Israel and visited a number of industrial
establishments in this country.
>>><< .
Rank Closing Attributed To Rias
FRANKFURT (JTA) Mayor Walter Kolb, of Frankfurt, told a
German court here this week that he believed that it was the jealousy
of other bankers or anti-Semitic tendencies among German officials
which was responsible for the closing of the Jewish Restitution Bank of
Frankfurt by the State of Hesse. Testifying at the trial of five officials
of the bank, including Joseph Klibansky, best known Jewish lawyer
in Germany. Mayor Kolb pointed out that in the case of a bank scandal
involving non-Jews, the state recently hushed up the matter.

Art Singers On
The Community Art Singers, a
group organized and directed by
Paul Held, Doctor of Music, will
appear on the Jewish Hour under
the sponsorship of Mr. Jacob
Schachter over station WMBM,
Sunday, April 26th, at 12 noon.
Doctor Held holds degrees from
the Berlin Conservatory of Music,
Jewish Hour
Columbia University in New York
and the Chicago College of Music.
The singers, who are from Miami
and Miami Beach, will sing Amer-
ica The Beautiful, Go Down Moses,
a chasidic melody entitled, Bim
Bom, and a Hebrew melody called.
Hoy Chavivi, Hoy Machmadi.______


PAGE 12
|.<(rt"H''r
Beach Servicemen's Center Marks First ** <*,,
Birthday Tonight; Army Office Attend c,cs'ng L"6*fc~
M: <-. B< ich Servicemen's
,: it .,< the i
niversar} of Its inception i
. Beach \ i lit ium
ceremonies I might
Servicemen and women of th*
entire Southeastern area o( f
have been invited to attend, ink
t-t of admission i< their uniform.
Approximately 1.000 junior hos-
tesses will be there ;> dance with
them. Refreshments will he -
ed, and there will be entertain-
ment by leading night cluh stars.
Master of ceremonies for the ev-
ening will be Bob Hanna. radio
and TV personality
Guests of honor will include
Brigadier General Albert P Cool
ey. Commanding General, 3rd Mar
ine Aircraft Wing; Colonel Walter
I. J. Ba>lor. Assistant Wing Com
mander. 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing;
and the following officers from the
Marine Air Station. Miami; Col-
onel Thomas G. Ennis. Command
ing Officer; Colonel William F
Hausman. Executive Officer; Major
Philip N. Hess. Special Services
Officer; and Captain John McCabe.
Public Information Officer.
From the Air Forces Colonel
John L. Daniel. Jr. Commanding
Officer of the 456th Troop Carrier
Wing, and Major John W McKin-
non. Special Services Officer, will
be present
General Cooley and Colonel Pan
iels will present scrolls to thr Mi-
ami Beach Servicemen's Center for
services it has rendered to service-
men for tha pa1 >ia- Citati >ns
resented to Mayor
D Lee Powell, tor the City of Ml
ami Beach; Paul Wolfe, tor the
Musician's Union, Local 855 AF '
M. Jerr> Baker, reawaenting the
American Guild ot Variety Artist;
and Angelo Sands, for the Stage
Hands I nion
in addition, Maurice Klein, dlrec
tor of the Servicemen's Center, will
present citation- to Mrs. Ro* I-
Field, coordinator; Mrs. Peggy Mc-
Kay, finance officer; Mrs. S. Jona-
than Spector. public relation- Of-
ficer; Miss Hattie Milan, chairman,
senior hostesse.-; Mrs M. M Co'
lock. supervi>or. junior hostesses;
Mrs Jennie l.indeman. chairman,
refreshment committee. Miss Fran
ces Alderdice. for the Miami Beach
, Professional Women's Club; Claude
Ritter. auditorium manager. Bob
< Hanna; and Fred Brown, for the
American Legion Police Reserves
Also cited will be Governor Cafe
tena. Dubrow's Cafeteria. Concord
i Cafeteria. Hoffman s Cafeteria.
Barney Rosenthal. of Time Square
Cafeteria. Italian Village. Angle 4
Fred s Picciolos and Mei Yin Res-
taurant
Words And Mask ;- th- theme
ir the closing luncheon "f the
m terse.....lawad by
the Greater Miami chapter of Ha
dassah Cantor Samuel Kelemer,
mple Beth Sholom. will pro-
vide ih nu Mrs. I. M. Wein-
stein, the words from The Prince
of PlayersEd in Booth, by El-
inor K.i [gl< -
The program is scheduled for
the Pagoda Room of the Saxony
Hotel on Thursday, April 30th. at
12 noon There will be a special
table reserved for men.
Th-* following group chairmen
will assist: the Mesdames Frieda
Rubenstein. Stephen S. Wise; Her
man Popkin. Shaloma; Anne Mel-
nick. Henrietta S:old; Joseph
Gould. Henl; Samuel Fisher.
Mount Scopus: Edward Cohen. De-
borah; Charles Gettleman. Hanna
Senesch; Gencvieve Stern. Mcnor-
ah; Bert Kleiman. Israeli: and Miss
Lillian Goodman. Business and
Profession.
Mr- Harry Magid is chairman
of reservations. Mrs. Harry Plat-
off is treasurer. Coordinator for
all groups is Mrs Morris Alpert.
m
^
V*
/
Dr. Pearson Speaks
At Beth Sholom
Dr. Jay Pearson, president of the
Vniversity of Miami, will be fea-
tured speaker at a progress dinner
Of the Temple Beth Sholom Build-
ing Fund Campaign on Sunday.
April 26th. 6:30 p.m.. in the Al-
giers Hotel, according to an an-
nouncement by Leon J. Ell. presi-
dent. Dr. Pearson will speak on
the theme of the partnership be-
tween culture and religion.
Temple Beth Sholom is in the
. -- of conducting a campaign
for S500.000 to erect a new House
. i Worship adjoining it- present
.; an.I 41st
-':..! The dinner i- the first ma
r function of the campa:
Sharvt Chapter
flans leathering
Bnai B'rith Young Women of
Sharet Chapter will hold a mem
bership gathering on Sunday. April
26th. 7:30 p.m.. at the home of
Sylda Botwin. of 116 Sevilla Av-
enue, Coral Gables. A buffet-style
dinner will be served.
Members of the committee are
Mignon Benson. Dorothy Ba and
Lenore Cook.
The next regular meeting of
Sharet Chapter will be on Tues-
day, April 28th. at the home of
Sally Grossman. 3421 Percival Av-
enue, Coconut Grove.
Pythian Card Party
The Pythii i Sisl
le No 33 will -p msor their
th annual card and Mah-Jone,
party on Wednesda) night April
at 500 SW 17th Avenue Mrs
Manny Rudes and Mrs Bernard
Kaplan are co-chairmen.
Opens At UM Today
The Third Ann.ial Shakespeare
Conference, featuring the realm..
of scholarly papers by authorities
< n Shake.-peare and the Age of
J-hakespeare. will open today Schiff
Chairmen Are Named
By Flagler Women
Mrs Herman Feldman. chairman
of the Women's Group of the Flag
ler-Granada Jew-
. sh Community
"enter, has an-
lounced the ap-
x>int m e n t of
hairmen for the
.oming year.
'! h -e include:
im, Mr-.
lease Freed: don-
ir. Mr- .lack Co-
hen; hospitality
Mrs. ftliman a n d reception.
Mr- Alvin Newman: luncheon
rm nu-. Mrs I.eon Bernard: refre-h-
:.: nts, Mr-. Harry Hirsh.
Ways and Means. Mrs. Jack
Shaw; table planning and decora-
tor luncheons. Mr> Harry
Hlrsch; historian, Mr-. Sidney
Stiller; and publicity, Mrs. Phillip
Pythians To Attend j
Florida Convention i
Several Pythian Sisters of
i Roosevelt Temple No. 33 are mak
ing plans to attend the 49th annual
1 convention of the Grand Temple \
Pythian Sisters of Florida schedul-1
ed for Orlando on April 28th
through 30th.
Mrs Henry Greenbaum. present
District Deputy for the 5th dis-
trict of Florida, will go as Grand
Representative of Roosevelt Tem-'
pie Mrs Lewis Brooks. Past Chief. (
will take the Grand Temple de-1
gree at this session. Mrs. Lewis
Pomerantz will attend in order to
preside as president of the Secre-
taries' and Treasurers' Association
of the State of Florida and will al-
so take the Grand Temple degree
Pythian Sister Bessie Block will
attend the general session. Fan-
nie Gordon, of Texas. Supreme
Chief of the I'nited States. Canada
and Hawaii, is also scheduled to be
present.
V
Approving the preliminary plans of the S500.000 addi^i
Temple Beth Sholom are three top leaders in the campcajj
raise the money needed to erect the building. The ^'
plans arrived last week from the New York office oit
architect Percival Goodman. From left to right are (
Silver. Temple President Leon Ell and James Albert
Junior Hadassah
Plans Dance
Elaine Schwartzman. ,
of the Miami Unit o( Jm
dassah. announced that tael
will hold its annual April!
Dance on Sunday. April L,
19 p.m.. in the Pompadowl
of the Sherry Frontenac Ht
Fund Raising Chairmaa:
Wolfson said thit all |
' go towards Junior
I Children's Village in Israel |
: bers of the unit who arei
I Miss Wolfson with am
' are Pat Pearl, Delores PearLl|
i Divon and Ona Kaplan.
Ray vis Dies At 73;
Was Pioneer Here
Harry Rayvis, a pioneer mer-
chant of Miami, died here on Sat
urday at the age of 73. He lived
at 1375 SW 18th Street, having
come to thia city 30 years ago
from Philadelphia.
He was the founder and owner-
operator of Rayvis Men's Shop in
Miami and Hiii's Store for Men in
Coral Gables. Mr. Rayvis was af-
filiated with the B'nai B'rith. the
Miami Zionist District and Beth
David Synagogue.
Survivors include his wife. Ber-
tha: a son. David; one daughter.
Mrs. Sylvia Schatzman. of Miami,
and a brother
Services were on Monday at Gor-
don's Miami Funeral Home, with
interment on Mount Nebo Ceme-
tery.
l>'iVisli;M-li Ousts
A \.te of or George B Slick from office in
North Miami Beach. The Tuesday
election placed Dan Diefenbach in-
to the city's nrincinal slot. A third
candidate, John Ek. received 16
votes.
Diefenbach was defeated in a
previous attempt for office when
he ran for council last year. A
Slick backed slate defeated him.
Other- named to office were Mrs
Mary Webster, who has been on a
council minority opposing Slick:
William K Stephens.>n. who ran
on an ai.ti-Slick platform; and
Da\id Augustus, who was returned
to ofllCe.
Mrs. All man Fetes
Husband With
Surprise Party
Mrs Morris Altman. of 700 14th
Street. Miami Beach, entertained
with a surprise birthday party in
honor of Mr Altman's 65th bjrth-
day last Sunday. Guests present
were Mr. and Mrs. Phil Abraxns
and daughter. Carol, Mr and Mrs.
Joseph Brodes. Mr and Mrs. Ed-
gar Dressier. Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Chait. of Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs Dave Bornstein and
daughter. Linda. Syracuse, Mr. and
Mrs. M. Leth. of Philadelphia. Miss
Sarah Starr, of New York. Mr. L.
I.aikin. of New Rochelle. and Mrs.
M. Forer.
To Install Rappaport]
JWV Commander
I Oscar Rappaport will be ai
ted as Commander of thjS
I Bruce Brown Post, No. Ht
, ish War Veterans nf"
i States, during ceremonial
day, 2 p.m.. at the Beth f
gregation Former l'_tiji\
Senator Claude Pepper is f
ed as principal speaker.
Wanted
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Shewn above are members of the South Shore Committee
who spearheaded the erection of Pier Park ir. the South Beach
crea of Miami Beach, according to an announcement thia
week. Left to right are Joseph Dube. Mrs. Lena Mintzes, chair-
man, and Louis Shafkin.
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y APRIL 24, 1953
Glasser Takes
In Jerusalem
[iversary Parade
CSALEM The fifth anni-
of Israel's independence
trlicd here Monday by a gi-
Ireview i Jewish troops be-
Lioe Minister David Bcn-
and President Isaac Ben
Iwing the parade, in which
L thousands of Israeli sol-
larticipated. Mrs. Louis Glas-
Miami Beach, was honored
kor Abba Hoshi. Mrs. Glas-
Upled the anniversary cele-
ui'h an inspection of a
of industries assisted in
levelopment by the Israel
sue.
inspection was part of a
;< survej of Israel's econ-
uhlciii- by a women's dele-
of the bond drive in the
States. A member of the
on. Mrs. Glaer arrived in
ish state last week. Prior
lurking on the survey, she
in placing a wreath Sun-
the grave of the late Presi-
aim Weizmann.
Miss Youngerman Talks
On Dancing Here
The Development Of Modern
Dance, will be discussed by Judith
Youngerman at the next meeting
Of the Liberal -Arts Group on
Thursday, April 30th, 8:15 p.m., at
the Town Branch of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center.
Miss Youngerman, who will dem-
onstrate modern dance techniques
in connection with her talk, has
trained with Martha Graham and
Jose Limon.
The program will also feature a
film on modern dance,
Jenistirkridirtn
PAGE 13
Irson Unveiling
Medication of a monument
(memory of the late Gerald
Meyerson, age 21, who
away a year ago, will be
today, April 26th. 2:30 p.m.
S.nai Memorial Park Ceme-
is survived by his parents,
Mrs Joaepfa Meyerson; a
tRobert; a sister Doris; and
rrnul grandparents, Mr. and
levcrson of New York. Ar-
|ents aii- in charge of
Miami Monument Com-
iFricnds and relatives are
In attend.
Kalnius, Turner Are
Transferred North
Sam Kalmus, chairman of* the
Board of Directors at Zamora Jew-
ish Center, will move with his
family to New York City the early-
part of June.
Mr. Kalmus, who has been ex-
ecutive manager in charge of ware-
housing for the National Silver
Company of Miami, has been trans-
ferred to the main office of the
firm and left Saturday for New
York to take up his duties there.
The firm is discontinuing its local
branch.
Mrs. Kalmus, who is chairman of
the Board of Directors of the Sis-
terhood, will leave for the North
at a later date to join her husband
with their daughter.
Max Turner, executive sales
manager of the local branch of the
firm and a member of Zamora.
will also be transferred to New
York City and will move with his
family in June.
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f,y 1 ?6rS ^lv'lsion oi ,he Combined Jewish Appeal makes final plans
E1K2 u* Lf thi year"' a Dancerama bonefit on Saturday evening, April 25th. at the
Beach Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Shown at a workers' meeting
wan ieen Age Coordinator Emanuel Troop (center, rear row) are seated (left to right) Rose-
Marie Straus. Dolores Habid, Adrienne Belanoff, Pat Weiner. JudyThillips, Judy Shapiro and
Marcie Gross. Rear row are George Lefcoe, Sheldon Rosenthal, Tropp. Barry Hodus and Cliff
rreed. More than 500 youth representing some 40 organizations in Dade County are expected
at the event. An all-teen-age program of enter'.ainment will be presented, and dance music
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Now Offered For
Individual Needs
Adrian Thai is now closing out
his collection of some of the finest
Cerulean and Lutetia minks avail-
able. The Cerulean variety. Mr. I
Thai explains, is sapphire and the
newest of the blue-toned mutations.
The Lutetia tends toward the grey. I
Also in the close-out collection
are Royal Pastels, the ever popular
brown mink for cats and stoles.
Mr. Thai, of Lincoln Road and New
York, is a pioneer promoter of furs
for Florida, having come to Miami
in 1937 to serve women's fur needs
here needs specifically designed
for tropical resort and residential
living.
In 1939, Mr. Thai established the
first fur department on Lincoln
Road at, Verrisattis, and this year,
he opened his .own, salon at 716
Lincoln,Road. With a wide knowl-
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is in a position to fill the require-
ments of each woman in the mink
market. Prices, he says, vary ac-
cording to quality, color and quan-
tity of the skins.
From eight to 18 minks, accord-
ing to Mr. Thai, may form a stole,
adding up to totals ranging from
$875 to $2,500. The finest is the
Topaze mink, a mutation fur which
is golden in color and which Mr.
Thai acquired at Fall auction sales
in New York City. Adrian Thai
Furs currently has a substantial
number of them on hand for the
discriminating purchaser.
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PAGE 14
JmlstrtcrkMar
_AY, APRn,
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Max Shapiro
and Cantor Maurice Mamches of-
ficiating and assisted by the Stu-
dent Choir under the direction of i
Mrs Jack Donnerstag. Subject of
Rabbi Shapiro's discourse is sched-
Uled as: He Who Walks Alone. |
An Oneg Shabbat will follow. Flor-1
al offerings will be by Mr. and
Mrs. Max Feldman. Saturday-
morning services are at 9 a.m.
Fredrick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Feldman. will become Bar tfifav
van at that time.

KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
xrvices at 6:15 p.m. Cantor Abra-
ham Seif will render the musical
portion of the liturgy. Saturday-
morning services are at 8:30 a.m.
Mincha will be at 6:15 p.m. fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos. Daily
vices are at 8 a.m.. aod at 6:15
p.m.

HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m.. with Reverend Leo
Heim officiating. Newly elected of-
ficers will be installed during the
vice Mr. and Mrs. Irving Ot-
ter will be hosts at the Oneg Shab-
bat following. Saturday morning
. ire at 9 a m when Rev-
el h< will discuss the Week-
1\ Port!

TEMPLE ISRAEL will hold Fri
, evening services at 8:15 p.m.,
m th Dr Joseph ft Narot officiat-
Subject of hi- disc >urse is
sen : Which Waj For Re
n Judaism.
Greater Miami's
Synagogue Directory
Holy. Cantor Aaron Weingarten
will render the musical portions of
the liturgy. Junior services are at
9 a.m., under the direction of Ben-
jamin Kaminetzky. Mincha is at
6:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seu-
does. Rabbi Me-cheloff will dis-
cuss the Weekly Portion. Daily
services are at 7 and 8 a.m. and
at 6:30 p.m.

ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 6 p.m.
Saturday morning services are at
8:30 a.m. Mincha will be at 5:30
p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos.
Daily services are at 8 a.m., and
15 minutes before sunset.

MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
evening services at 6:30 p.m. Sat-
urday morning services are at 8:30
am. when Francis, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Nussbaum. will become
Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Simon April
and Cantor Berele Kelemer will of-
ficiate. A class in Mi>hna is sched-
uled for 5:30 p.m.. followed by
Mincha. Shalos Seudos and Maariv.

HOLLYWOOD JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER will hold Friday-
evening services at 8:30 p.m.. with
Rabbi Ephraim Prombaura, spirit-
ual leader of Agudas Israel Syna-
gogue, Hazleton. Pennsylvania, of-
ficiating. The Oneg Shabbat fol-
lowing iii be sponsored by Mr
and Mrs. William A. Blumenthal.
Cantor Joseph W. Malek will chant
the liturgy.
32 srsTfiS
tsSss SMH At:
Bi.h Shoiom Rabbi I.. Krontah,
BlhV^'K.. b R-.cko.
kv on lodox, K3i Buclld Ace., an
cirT.'o^." iuMl.^-i.s";:X-
,.,1 iso Palermo Ave., c. a aa *
Downtown Synagogue OrthoeVa, '
Flaqler-Graneda ->U NW 51t I .ace.
H.&W1 Academy -kML4mft
Orosa, Orthodox, 9ii 6th st ":
Hl,.h.M,am, Springe -"""",
Lo Helm, Conotrvmtlvo, ol F.. 4tn
Hollywood .-...I--1 v.itiv. 2030 PolK
JfttaSf-jBtf ftL A^aham
BkCha, ("ciis.-rvatlvc, 31s Bee wmm
^oSr^Si. *K5K" sz.
JSSTESS* lV3Afr)2i
Mont'icello Park l^g*"JJ'1
llth Avenue, North Miami JBeacli.
North Dade Rabbi Harry "
. rvatlve, ISSS0 W. DUM His"-
v iv North Miami.
North Shore Rabbi Mayer Abrarno-
w,u, conservative, IN uth "'
Miami rtpnoh. _. .
Temple Urael -Dr Jo*>ph NjJ "t. Re-
torm, IS? NE 19th si Miami.
Tifereth Urael SBCfl I*. Miami Ave.
we.t'MM1ami-n.-.i.M Alfred Wrae.n,
roneervatlve, MM su ITUl .,
Yo''ung",'lrael OrthdOX, 4001
M&!3SrXrb* BrHL Con,
nenatlve, 41 Zamora Ave., toral
___,
Kabbl Camel
Tour* Israel
Rabbi Abraham Cassel, spiritual
leader of Kneseth Israel Congre-
gation, is now touring Israel. He
is accompanied by his wife and
brother. Rabbi Louis Cassel.
Word has been received here
that he spent the Passover with
his mother who permanently re-
Mdes in the Jewish State. In a let-
ter, he wrote: "Need I tell you of
the emotional impact of our arrival
in Jerusalem? It is difficult to put
into words."
Commenting on the young na-
tion's development. Rabbi Cassel
expressed the urgent need of as-
suring Israel's becoming "the liv-
ing example of a democracy in ac-
tion ad an eternal source of joy
and inspiration to all the world."
Gables ZiorUgTrW5
The Coral Gables Zionist
will hold a card ,Bd _*
on Sunday, April 26th |
the Zamora Jewish Cem. B
man of the committee [| ijJ,
Friedson. assisted by th.M,
Albert Levick, JJ
Colman. Daniel Cravit ,''
Oberferst, Morris Simo, |
Sanders and Abraham Kite
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CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
at 8:13 p.m. Subject "f Rabbi
M rris Skop's discourse is sched-
uled as: American Judaism yes-
terday, Today And Tomorrow Sat-
urday morning services are at 10 j
. when Stephen, son "< Dr. an''
Mr- Max Kulvin. 1881 SW 36th
Court, will become Bar Mitzvah. i
Kulvins will be hosts at the
. i | .wing The Bar Mitt-
i will present an interpretation
!... itii u: XVI,

BETH EL CONGREGATION will
I ,; V:. :.:-. i vi ning services at
.: da> morning serv-
e at I when Dr.
I Sv irskj "ill i
s the We* kly Por-
i A bed"
cha will be at 6 p.m., followed by

> Hall at lo a.m.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
h | Fr services
6 30 p m Saturday morning
ices are at 830 a.m R
: v 111 fficiate and
each on th- topic: Ye Shall Be
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi IrvuiK
l.ehrman officiating and discuss-
in The Mystery Of The Kaddish.
Saturday morning services are at
9 a.m.. when the Rabbi will discuss
the Weekly Portion. The liar Mitt-
VOth of Stephen Harry, son "1 Mrs.
Jeanne Scher. and Jerome Michael.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Weis-
berg, will take place during the
services. An afternoon Bible class
is scheduled for 4:45 p.m.. follow-
ed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos.
[Cantor David Silverman will ren-
ilt r the musical portions of the
I liturgy during all services, assisted
Iby the Center Choir under the
| direction of Joseph Schrcibman.
Daily services are at 8 a.m., and
at 6:45 p.m.
the Sisterhood Services will begin
at 9 a.m., Saturday. Neil Medow.
son of Mr. and .Mrs. nirsch Medow.
will become Bar Mitzvah. Kiddush
will follow.
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ZAWORA JEWISH CENTER will
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^UAL NOTICE
"Notice to creditors
THE COUNTY JUDGES* COURT
AND FOR OADt COUNTY,
IORIDA IN PROBATE. NO.-J.X3.B
LU7, i STATE OF
'.,., ., u-KXASViER DAVIS
rvi itl'l'ERT RAV1S, lonietlmei
K u WILLIAM DAVIS,
i leci ai sd
yj ., utora and All Persona Hav-
.1, ii of you, are hereby
r .(|ii sd to pi esent any
iiEOAL WOTTCE
-k^istthrMictr
f f| Or~"
/r t ,
I |.(illlS
.,1,1 r.M.ile.
od
H -i*ent
, a:, i demands wbfob you
, ,,| v. ill. III.IV hilVl' .lUHlIlM til
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MS H '
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ALEXANDER
id PrtRT i i,n is. .111,1
. times known as WILLIAM DAV-
deiettsed '''" "f l""u' Conntv,
rj,u ,,, ihi' Honorable County
i'.,f Dade County. nn hi jn theli office* in the I'ounty
fcrtapui-e iii I mile County, Florida.
Cln eight calendar month* from
i ,i:,i. nl (he firs! publication h*re-
.<_,,,I claims or demands to oon-
*in. legal address of the claimant
to I* swern to and presented aa
ir,-s3',i or same will he barred.
late April 20, A.I'. 153.
I ,: MAYBRK,
As Executor of the Last Will
Uld Testament of
KlPKItT ALEXANDER DAVIS
a,k i RI'PERT DAVIS
sometimes kimwn aa
WILLIAM UAVIS, Iwreascd
Ivip POPPER
,N,-; for Executor
as lildg.
1-15
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
JRIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 30079-B
. ESTATE OF
Cry jane davis n/k/a
MARY I'AVIS, Deceased
Ell ('rediTors and All Persona Hav-
i : ^ ,,r Demands Against
id Esl
, h of you. arc herehy
|i'. ,| | required to present any
mi,! demands which you, or
nf ion. may hive against the
ate of MAKY JANE DAVIS, a k/a
|I:Y liAVIS deceased lata of Dade
I :.,. t,, the II, noiable
C: i >ade *'ouniy, and
In i in Ir offices in the
h, the isi In I mda County,
v eight c ilendar montha
i.....; (he first publ
I ilma or dama nds to
lai'i thi a :' "a of the clalm-
| i i lo and preaented
\ l, or >.i me will I" bau i ad
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\ THl >TMAN a k a
fSKNKVA KEMP,
VU In trntrlx I 'ma
ento Ann* ko
ICsl Itl of
: JAM-: DAVIS, a k a
DAVIS, Decea ad
A,|iii n >ratrlx 'urn
ito Vnnexo
8-ir, _______________________
ITHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IVLNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
i IN CHANCERY No. 158705
II.I.K IIK1BER PL' >NCHAK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
fXANHER PLONCHAK.
Defendant.
(NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
lALKX VNDER PLONCHAK
."," Southern iinuievnrd
I Iiii-II\ *,.",. New York
|U ARE HEREBY required to
copy of voiir Answer to
Stiff's Rill of 1'oiiiplalnt for Di-
on Plaintiffs nttorneya, VVKIN-
N. W EINSTEIN A W KIN ST KIN,
L.m nit* Road, Miami Beach, nor-
land to file your original Answer
office of the'Clerk of the above
It on "i before the 2.',th day of
otherwise n Decree Pro
lao will he entered against you.
iTL'h at Miami. Dade County,
Ida. this ioth day of April. IMS.
K B. I.KATHKK.MAN,
Clerk Bj It. H. KICK. JR..
Deputy Clerk
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This BoUea shall he published once
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l THE JKWIS.I I ..(.ItlDIAN
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 20th
day of April. mi:i
K. B. I.KATHKKMAN.
I lerk of Circuit Court
By: W.M w STOCK I NO,
Deputy Clerk
PALLOT. SILVER MCU.cy
Attorneys for I'laintlff
701 Congress Huildinn, Miami, Florida
4/24 6/1-S-1G
LECJAL WOTTCE
I*AdE
15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the iindei MKiied. desiring to encace In
buslneas under the fictitious name of
FIUNCETTK Al-r.S., at 7::l'7 llnrdins-
Avenue, Miami Beach, intends to ref.
ister said name with the Clerk or [fie
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida
KI.I/.ABKTII TOTH, Sole owner
MYEKS. HKIMAN KAPLAN
Attorneys f,,|- Applicant
50 Sevhold HldR.
4/24 5/l-8-l,'i
L^ r-THE CIRCUIT COURT OV the
raEJ>r.KICK LEOPOLD n,f, ,i,,
Tl, N?.T'.^..,BT- P^BLICa'tIo'n""-
'" ':1'-1 KK" K LEOPOLD
io. Lindbergh Bi j|. ..,, i
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ha a ,:fS "EBnY NOTIBiaD
kaa ie,,', i .....:'-""' ,,r u'vorae
** filed acalnsl ,,,ii ii, th
r'n'/'clr1,',",'.h- ?"'<= of't"oiirt
or the < .rcuit i ,., ,, ,. ,.,,, ,
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.JJ1""1:1";1' Publish..! once
i ..'; "'WIKH KLOniDIAN
Dated: April 17, U
K. [!. LKAIUKK.MAN,
i.vr,l>.w "'" ''ir'" Court
BY \VM. W. STOCKING
,,.,,, Deputy Clerk
PALLOT, SILVER A MULLOY
Attornaya for Plaintiff
Stllte 701 CollKless lilllldillK
Miami. Florida
4/24 B/l-8.11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the uiiiiei sIkhi d. desiring to engage in
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
EMPIRE AUTO SALES, at IzIO N W
Mth Street, in the City of Miami, Dade
County, Florida, Intenda lo register
thi 'id name with the Clerk 61 the
Circuit Court of Dade i ounty, Florida
ABRAHAM DAVIS
I :'i 5 I-8-1S
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DAUt COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 27129 B
RE ESTATE O*
LEl M'i ILI M. CVTINl I, I ,, eaai l
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is herebj givi ., thai i I ave
filed m fh npi I imi p, til
U AN I lLL.UtV i:\-
i !i "I'TRIX ol thi esl te ol LEl >I'i iLIi
M. ciriNii, deceased; and that on
the 18th day ol May. i:>:;, will
to the Honorabli i \t inty J u Ii
Dade Count;., Florida, for approval
f said final report and for fin
hart;, as Ancillary Executrix
Batata ol LEOPOLD M. CLTINO, de-
ceaaed.
This 23rd day of March.' 1953.
MARQHERI i A CU riNO
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Ancillary Executrix
4/17-24 5/ 1-8
IE THM^COyj?TY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30016-B
la Re: ESTATE OF
EDWARD FltlEDMAX, Decea-ed
T ,nN.0TI,?E TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing (alms or Demands Against
^am Hetaie.
Vou, and each of you, are hereby
notified an.I required to present any
swims and demanda which *..... ,,r
either of you may have againal the
estate of EDWARD FRIEDMAN de-
ceased late r Hade County, Florida,
to the Hon. County Judges of Dada
County, and file the same |ri their of-
nca m the County Courthouse in Dade
i ounty, Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first
publication hereof. Said claims or de-
mands to contain the legal address of
'in claimant and to be sworn t,, and
'"i ... aforesaid, or same will
b< barred s,, Sei lion 120 of
1933 Prob te A t,
i 'ated April 9th, A D l:,3.
BERT FRIEDMAN,
A I. of the Last
Will an,I Testament of
EDWARD FRIEDMAN,
1 I,.. .
MYERK, HEIMAN KAPLAN
B) Lou Hi Iman
r Exi itrlx
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LEGAL TfOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS hi-:p.i;i:v civkn that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
i an i. f the firthloua name of
Klll\ KANi; at 1540 WaHhlngton
Ave Miami Beach, Fla Intenda to
rcglati i alii name with the Clei k of
'he circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida,
EISRO inc..
MAMKI, AUBE0L,ta 1',""ratio" ,
Attorney for Applicant
22.x N.K. 2nd Ave.. Lawyers Hide.
I/.7-JI 1/i.g
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 158544
JEAN 1IKI.1.K SCIHSINBKki;.
Plaintiff,
vs.
Eli WARD SCIIKINHERG, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: EDWARD SCHB1NBKRQ
6 I' i a ncis i 'ourt
Bament, ly,ng Island, New York
Yul AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you, and you
are hereby required to nerve a copy
of your Answer to the Hill of Com-
plaint on Plaintiff's attorney, and file
the original Answer in the office of
the ci.ik of the Circuit Court, on or
before the isth day of May, i53;
otherwise the allegations of said Bill
will be taken as confessed against
you.
Dated this 14th dav of April, 197,3.
B, H. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By K. II. RICE, JR.
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
By: EUGENE .1 WEISS, ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
One Lincoln Road Building
Miami Beach, Florida
4/17-24 .",/l-8
the
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 158491
MARCUS KINHORN. I'laintlff.
vs.
CHARLOTTE KINHORN, Defendant.
To: CHARLOTTE KINHORN, 1041
Nelson Avenue, Bronx, New York
You are required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney,
and to file the original answer In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 18th day of
May. A.D. IMS; otherwise, the Bill
of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore
filed herein, will be taken as con-
fessed by you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 13th
day of April. 19.73.
E. H. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
By: w.M. W. STOCKING
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
Name and Address of
Plaintiffs Solicitor:
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
1023 Sevhold llldg., Miami, Florida.
4, 17-24 .7/1-8
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
SAGE KINDLE RUSSELL,
I>fendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Sage Kindle Russell. 167 E. 32nd
Street. New York City. N. Y
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has bean
filed against you, and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney. STANLEY
, M. I'RED, 814 b'eylmld Building. Mi-
ami 32. Florida and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the lath day of May. 19.73. I
on fail to do so. Judgment by default
.>!ll be taken against you for the
ellef demanded In the Hill of Com-
. shall he publlahed once
.,, Il nri OUr Cl.....UtlVa weeks
In Till-' BW18H n.oUIDIAN.
\ \ D ORDERED at Miami,
, i,h a i April, A.D.
.. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dad,- County, Florida
By M. c GREEN,
Circuit Court Seal) Deputy t lerk
BTANLEY M I'RKD
attorney for Plaintiff
I Re) bold BuHdlng, Miami, Honda
17 :'l -,/l-8_________________________.
NOTICE UNDER F.CTITIOUS
NAME LAW
V \' that
. In ,. gage In
m n m< nf
TIHTH HAVEN HOTKL, at 411
Ocean Drive. Miami Beach, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade t ounty.
",r"U N. A B. CORP.
MYERS. HEIMAN KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
640 Seybold Bldg.
6/17-M /!-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 158112
in the matter of the Petition
or JERRY A SPIKC.KL ror the
adoptli.....f ROBER1 MICHAEL
BAER, a Minor Child.
TO: DONALD BAER
c o MRS. .1 BAER, SB.
P O. BOX 14
BKLLWood. NEBRASKA
YOU ARK HEREBY notified that
JERRY A. SPIEGEL, the Petitioner,
has filed Petition in this cans.- foi
the adoption of the white male infant
born to JEANNE BAER, now
JEANNE SPIEUEL, on the 31st day
of December, iat3, in New York City,
NY., and whose name is ROBERT
MICHAEL BAER, and you are hereby
notified to be and appear in the above
styled Court on the 5th day ,,f May,
19.73. and then and there show cause,
if any there be, why the said petition
for adoption of the said minor child
by the said petitioner, should not be
granted.
DATED at Miami. Dade County,
Florida, this 30th day of March. 1933.
E. Ii. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: M. C. GREEN
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
NORMAN 11 I.YoNS
910-12 olympla Building
Miami, Florida.
Attornei for Petitioner
4/3-10-17-21
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN
I CHANCERY, No. 158596.
Mi 'HIT/. Mi IRDECHAJ
GOLDBERGER, Plaintiff.
vs.
DOR" (THY GOLDBERGER,
Defendant.
T( ii I" IRI ill IY a' d.l IBERGEK
B2 17 8, Evans A* enua
Chicago, Illinois
You are hei eby notified thai a B II
of Complaint for I Hvoi i e has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired i Copj of y oui
wer or Pie idli R t" the Bill of Com-
plain; ,.i the Attorney,
FREDERICK N. BARAD, E8U., 120
I. :. Road. Ml in i B. ai h, f
and i Ie the oi Iginal Answer or Pli ad-
c of the
Court on ton I he lath
day ol I fall to do
bi. judgmi ui by del t
\ on for i he 11 i den andi 'I
in thi Hill of Ci
I INE Wl' I IRDERKD al Miami
la, tins nth nay of Api 11, A.D.
1953.
K. B. LEATHERMAN,
i 'lerk. i lireuit i 'ourt.
Dad.- County, Florida
By i: II RICE, JR.
(Circuit Court Scab Deputy Clerk
FREDERICK N BARAD, Esq.
Attorney for Plaintiff
42 Lincoln ltd.. Miami llearh. Florida
4/17-24 a/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY, OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buafnesa under Ihe fictitious name of
HEREDI APARTMENTS, at 740-2-4
Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida,
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
FANNIE KOPEL
SHEINER SPIELER
Attorneys for Applicant
102 Roper Building, Miami, Fla.
4 '3-1H-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
a ness under the Nctltloua name of
ELIZABETH APARTMENTS, at SMI
8.W. 6th Street, Miami, Florida, In-
tend to register said name wall the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
ISADOHE MARflol.IS
MOI.I.1K MAKiiol.IS
BLANCHE FEU'.KNSON
SAMUEL ROSENTHAL
KITH ROSENTHAL
WILLIAM SCHM1TTELL.
GERTRUDE SCHMITTEI.L
KOVNER & MANMIKIMER
Attorneys for Elisabeth Apartments
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
4/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CHICAUo C.CKST HOUSE, at 927
Jefferson Avenue. Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, intends to regis^r said name
with the Clerk of the circuit Court
of Dade County. Florl la.
BESSIE SMITH
4/3-10-17-J4 ______
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN
CHANCERY. No. 158109
JENNIE RISBMAN, Plaintiff.
MAX RI8EMAN, Defendant
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO MAX RIKEMAN, Ledgehlll Faun.
Brooklyn. Connecticut
V,i i gra hereby notified tint a Bill
,, complaint for Divorce has been
filed againal you and you are Hereby
,i to serve a copj "< your
Inswer to tha Bill of Complaint on
plaintiffs attorney, and file the orig-
inal Anawer In the office of the clerk
f the Clroull i'ouii "ii or before the
|th dav of May. 19.73: otherwise, the
allegations of said Bill of Complaint
will he taken as confessed against
"DATED this 2nd day of April. 1953.
E. B. I.KATHKKMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
By R. H. RICE, JR.
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
OEOROE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
4M Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
4/W-1T-W S/l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underatgned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ADVANCE MORTGAGE COMPANY,
at 5700 Devonshire Boulevard, Miami,
Fla Intenda to register said name
with the Clerk of [he Circuit Court
of l lade County, Florida,
HENRY A KAI'FFMANN
KI.RY STONE
Attorney for Henry A. Kauffmann
4 17-21 .7/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the .undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
STANDARD STEEL SALES CO.
(NOT INC.), at 80S Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach. Fla.. intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
RALPH HANDELMAN
MICHAEL M. ISENRERG
Attorney for At pli, ant
1407 His .ewn lildg.
4/J-10-17-24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IOA. IN CHANCERY. No. 158021
CARMINE LONGOBARDI, i'laintlff
vs.
MARY LONGOBARDI, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: MARY I.ONCOKARDI,
314 West 77th Street
New York city, New York
Y'ou are required to serve a copy
of the Answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint upon the plaintiff's attorney.
Morton Rothenberg, 42u Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach. Florida, and file the
original in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before April
27. IMS; otherwise, said Bill will he
taken as confessed by you.
Dated this Mth day of March, A.D.
19.73.
K. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By R. H. RICE. JR.
i Seal) Deputy Clerk
4/3-10-17-24
LEGAL WOTTCE
NOTICfc UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I il
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the tlciuli.us mi......i
NINO'S RESTAURANT, al 117 N E
1st St., Miami, r. ,., Intends to n
ler sin,I name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Fh.i.i,
_..... Joseph V. ZARZOl'I:
STEPHEN F. KE38LER
Attorney for Applicant
1 B W. 2.'nd Av,
4/17-1M -- .7/1-8 _________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the unde: signed, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name
HAMPSHIRE APARTMENTS, a I
1X84-88-38 I'eiinsy Ivania Avenue, .Mi-
ami I l.ach. Florida, intend to register
said name with the Clerk of th. I
cult Court of Dade County, F1.,ri,l
WOLFE MENDKLZYS
MIHIAM MENDKIJBY.-'
ALBERT PRANK
ESTHER PRANK
WILLIAM I. BRENNER
Attorney for Parties
4/3-10-17-24
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 29926A
In Re: ESTATE OF
SARAH IDA (SLICKMAN, Decea .1
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and i. quired to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of sarah ida GLICKMAN,
deceased late Of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the Honorable County Judge!
Of Dade I'ounty, and file the same
in their offices iii the County Court-
house in Hade County, Florida, with-
in eight calendar months from the.
dale of the first publication here
Said claims or demands to contain
Ihe legal address of the claimant and
to be sworn to and presented as afor
said, or same will he barred.
Date March 27. A.D. 1963
NATHANIEL GLICKMAN
As Administrator of the
Estate of
SARAH IDA GLICKMAN,
Decea I.
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
nes for Administrator
I
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
FOR PUBLICATION
Su\ here given ths I
inj
i-. BEN RI'BIN, HAROLD
\.M and SIDNEY RUBIN,
|j Inti
i.,- dec iVest Fla
Street, Miami I
i .,! Suirobin & Soni
been dissi ent as
and froi of A I, 1973
. HAROLD
OKAIIAM h ho n ires from I hi
firm. Al dc to and owing b>
i late '.i in will i" eci I
and paid i, !. BEN RUBIN
and SIDNEY RUBIN who will i
tilllle tO carry oil the said h.lsllless ill
partnership under the style of Bts -
bin & .-":
Dated the 1st day of April, 195J,
BEN RUBIN
HAROLD GRAHAM
SIDNEY RUBIN
4 10-17-21 .7 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 158236
JACOB KORNPELD, Plaintiff,
vs.
NEHAMA KORNFKLD, Dcfendai
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: NEHAMA RoRNFKLD
2"',li East 22nd Street
Brooklyn, New York
Vni" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you. and you
ar,- required to serve a copy of your
Answer to the lull of Complaint for
Divorce on the Plaintiff's attorneys.
c.ENET A; (1ENKT. 420 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach. Florida, and file the
original Answer in the office of th
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the 11th day of May, 19.73, or a
Di ree Pro Confesso will be entered
against VOU.
DATED at Miami, Florida, this 3rd
dav of April. 1063.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By R H. RICE,-JR.
(Seal) Deputy Ch
4 lu-17-24 5 1
Deputy Clerk
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business und<- the fictitious tiime of
H. B. INDUSTRIES, at 44 N.W. 6th.
Street, Miami, Intends to register salil
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
BEN BORNSTEIN
4/10-17-24 5/1
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