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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
27Number 18
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 1. 1953
PRICE: TEN CENTS
ienhower Asks Admission
240,000 More Refugees
ImNGTON (JTA)President Dwight Eisenhower told a news
be this week that his request for emergency legislation to ad-
00 refugees above the immigration quotas within two years
parate and different matter from the revisions of the McCar-
fer immigration Act he had asked in his State of the Union
President explained to newsmen that he had asked for emerg-
lugee legislation to admit 240,000 Europeans because it was
k. On the question of revision of the McCarran-Walter regula-
lich cover citizenship to technicalities and a much wider scope
i actual admission of aliens, President Eisenhower said he
lived communications dealing with the Act and listing com-
Igainst it. He did not indicate what he might do about revising
[but made it clear that he felt the emergency refugee legisla-
te a separate question.
his request to Congress, the President described the refugee
Tin Europe now intensified by the flight from behind the
Lain and pointed out that "these refugees and escapees search-
berately for freedom look to the free world for haven." He
id the problem of population pressure and told Congress that
operative that we join with the other nations in helping to
ilution to these grave questions.
lese refugees, escapees and distressed peoples," President
Iwer warned, "now constitute an economic and political threat
_antly growing magnitude. They look to traditional American hu-
pan concern for the oppressed."
> President called on Congress "for reasonable steps to help
eople to the extent that we share the obligation of the free
anwhile, Congress this week indicated a "go slow" attitude in
ting the President's request. Most members of immigration sub-
Jtees in the Senate and House indicated they wanted to study
Lest more carefully before committing themselves,
hator Pat McCarran, of the Senate Judicial Committee, said he
have no comment mrtiMte could learn what President Eisen-
fis driving at1.' Senator Arthur V. Watkins, of Utah, chairman
Immigration Sub-Committee, said his group would give "careful
[ration" to the President's request. Representative Kenneth B.
V a New York Republican member of the House Immigration
nmittee, indicated that he would want "to study all the mv
kns very carefully." _________
* *
McCarran
Act Review
Is Advised
WASHINGTON (JTA) Presi-
dent Eisenhower asked a Congres-
sional committee to start hearings
on "injustices" in the McCarran-
Walter Immigration Act against
which liberal American and Jewish
groups protested prior to its pas-
sage by Congress. Revision of cer-
tain provisions of this law was
promised by General Eisenhower
during the Presidential election
campaign.
Senator Arthur V. Watkins,
chairman of the Senate Immigra-
tion Subcommittee, revealed that
he had received a letter from Pres-
ident Eisenhower, dated April 16th,
asking for a new study of immigra-
tion operations with a view to cor-
recting the "injustices" of the Mc-
Carran-Walter Act.
The Senate Subcommittee was
requested by President Eisenhower
to invite all concerned "to testify
j regarding the provisions of which
they complain." He urged the Sub-
committee to investigate the com-
plaints and draft substitute legis-
lation" which would be fair and
just to all."
These axe the first Jewish refugees from Soviet-controlled East
Germany to reach Israel. Erwin Hilkowitz, steamfitter and
toolmaker, is shown with his daughter Monica, 7, just before
they left Europe on the last lap of their journey to freedom.
Escaped from East Germany, they arrived in Israel on Sun-
day, April 19th, in time to celebrate its fifth anniversary. Their
trip to Haifa on the maiden voyage of the SS Jerusalem was
financed by the United Jewish Appeal. ___________________
_HC Meet
ts Attack
Schools
YORK (JTA) A group
Reform Jewish leaders from
1s of the country, headed
I Maurice N. Eisendrath, pres-
| i the Union of American
Congregations, was to
(for Israel this week to study
lest means of implementing
fganization's decision to ex-
he utmost material and spir-
>id to Israel.
decision was taken at the
session of the 80th annual
pi convention of the Reform
organizations representing
1 Reform Jews in the United
The delegation will spend
I weeks in Israel,
[chief resolution denounced
Iponsihle attacks on our pub-
Ihool system which exagger-
fe small number of subversive
ers out of all proportion to
h"ue facts." The resolution
"Investigations should be
luded in a spirit of fair play
| solely as a search for the
Shades of Gestapo:
Israel May Ask For UN
Aid In Border Problem
JERUSALEM (JTA)Israel may bring the problem of continuous
Arab violation of its frontiers to the United Nations Security Council
for solution, it was indicated here this week. At the same time, a high
Israeli military source stressed that the army was "prepared" to
handle any further aggression like the two-hour exchange of rifle fire
set off here last week when Jordanians opened fire on Israeli civilians.
This incident, in which four Is
German Court Seeks
Rademacher Airing
raclis were wounded and at least
four Arabs, including two members
of the Arab Legion, were killed
and five wounded, was halted by
the intervention of UN truce offi-
cials. However, Israeli sources in-
dicated that they felt that the
truce supervision machinery was by voting Israel responsible of
To Present
hts Proposals
NEVA (JTA) The United
* proposals for a milder pro-
> of human rights than the
inants discussed and drafted
Ithe United Nations Human
ps Commission for the past five
P will formally be introduced
P current session of the Com-
mon this week, it was indicated
FRANKFURT (JTA) The Ger-
man Supreme Court has ordered
a new trial for Franz Rademacher,
one-t-iiie head of the Jewish Sec-
tion of the Nazi Foreign Office
who was convicted of manslaugh-
ter in connection with the annihila-
tion of Jews and was then sentenc-
ed to 41 month in prison. The
sentence was pronounced by a Ger-
man court in Nuremberg.
The prosecution had appealed
the sentence as too mild and was
upheld by the Supreme Court ver-
dict. However, the victory is a hol-
low one since Rademacher was re-
leased from jail last year by the
Bavarian authorities and promptly
disappeared, reportedly to South
America.
In Bremen, meanwhile, the Jew-
ish witnesses now residing in a
number of different countries have
definitely identified former Ges-
tapo Lieutenant Fritz Hildebrand,
commander of several concentra-
tion camps in Poland, as having
committed brutalities against Jews,
particularly children. Adele Holz-
mann, a resident of Tel Aviv, told
the court trying Hildebrand of the
brutalities inflicted on eight and
ten-year-old Jewish children by the
Nazi. Another witness identified
the Gestapo man as having order-
ed the shooting of a dozen Jews
at one concentration camp.
In Munich, seven Gestapo offi-
cials have been indicted for de-
porting at least 3,655 Munich Jews
needed was "high political action."
The Israelis reported that at last
week's meeting of the Israel-Jor-
dan Mixed Armistice Commission
the Arabs, aided by the UN chair-
man, Brigadier General Bennet De
Ridder, "whitwashed" themselves
to death camps during the Nazi
regime. Only 150 returned after
the war.
The indictment charges the sev-
en, all of whom were assigned to
the Jewish Section of the Gestapo,
with "being accessories to the de-
privation of liberty" and with
blackmail. The trial will probably
be held in the summer.
The district attorney has refrain-
ed from preferring charges of mur-
der, or being accessories to mur-
der, because it cannot be proved,
according to him, that the seven
were aware of the purpose of the
deportations. He further holds that
the Gestapo officials' criminal in-
tent was directed not to their Jew-
ish victims' annihilation, but mere-
ly to their removal from Germany.
The Munich indictment follows a
recent ruling of the German Su-
preme Court that deportations
were an illegal act.
The district attorney of Hanover
subsequently refused to indict a
Jew-baiting pamphleteer, against
whom a criminal complaint had
been filed by the Hamburg Society
for Christian-Jewish Cooperation.
The district attorney argued that
such agitation was not covered by
the legal definition of "incitement
to violence" or "incitement to vio-
late existing laws."
The pamphleteer, Arthur Goetze,
blamed "Jewish high finance" tor
the rise of Hitler.
inadequate at this time to end the
series of increasingly-serious bor-
der violations and that what was
CJF Director
Silent Before
Senate Probe
WASHINGTON (JTA)Harold
Glasser, director of the Institute
of Overseas Studies of the Council
of Jewish Federations and Wei-'
fare Funds, invoked the Fifth
Amendment against self-incrimin-
ation last week when asked by the
Senate Internal Security Sub-com-
mittee whether he now was or had
been a Communist during his 12
years of Federation service.
Chief Counsel Robert Morris
told the committee that previous
witnesses had identified Glasser as
an "active Communist." Mr. Cras-
ser declined to answer any ques-
tions concerning Communism. In
response to questions, he describ-
ed his work as advisor to the then
Secretary of State George C Mar-
shall and to the then Under Secre-
tary of State Dean Acheson and
discussed his conferences with
them but refused to say whether
before offering advice to Mr. Mar-
shall at the meeting of the foreign
ministers in Moscow in 1947.
"trumped up" charges in connec-
tion with the shooting of two Jew-
ish guards near Wadi Fuken.
Seek Removal of Official
General de Ridder refusd to put
to a vote an Israel motion deplor-
ing and condemning the action of
Arabs at that frontier spot. The
Israelis charged that one of the
two men murdered by the Arabs
had previously been wounded and
dragged across the border into Jor-
dan territory where he was killed.
When General de Ridder refused to
put these charges to a vote, the
Israelis refused to participate in
the vote on the Jordan-sponsored
item. This is the latest in a series
of clashes between the Israelis and
the UN chairmen, whose removal
they seek.
Meanwhile, the Jordanians are
reported to have lodged a new pro-
test with the armistice commission
on the Jerusalem shooting fray.
I .1A To Open
Emergency Drive
NEW YORKThe United Jewish
Appeal this weekend will launch
an emergency short-term drive to
raise a minimum $25,000,000 cash
fund to help overcome the effects
in Israel of a recent $10,000,000
crop failure and to speed the cre-
ation there of critically needed
new settlements and immigrant
housing in anticipation of refugees
fleeing continuing antiJewish ten-
sions in Eastern Europe.


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FLORIDA HADASSAH OPENS CONVENTION TOMORROW
The Florida Region of Hadassah.
numbering over 6,000 women, will
hold its annual conference in Mi-
ami Beach on May 2nd through
4th, with headquarters at the Em-
press Hotel.
At the initial session to be held
on Saturday evening. May 2nd. at
the Miami Beach Jewish Center,
Mrs. Irwin Weinstein. president of
the Greater Miami Chapter, will in
troduce Mrs. Herman Klausner. of
Jacksonville. Regional president,
who will give her report. At the
conclusion of the session, Mrs.
Klausner will meet with the offi-
Mrt. Anttll
Mrs. Klausner
as advisor to the three-day confer-
ence.
Mrs. Ansell will be the featured
cers of the region and all chapter i speaker at the opening session and
presidents. wiU <& the key-note for the three
Mrs. Klausner. past president of I day pari,y j an address on: The
the Jacksonville Chapter and a j Challenge Facing Us Today. She
member of the National Board of
Hadassah, is meeting here this
week with Mrs. Milton Sirkin and
Mrs. Louis Goldman, chairman and
co-chairman respectively, to plan
the program for the three-day par-
ley which will be attended by dele-
gates from all chapters in the state.
Workshops and discussion groups,
covering every phase of the work
of Hadassah. both here and in Is-
rael, will be the order of the day.
The conference will also include
a barbecue and swim party for
out-of-town delegates and a Fun
Fest Nite, when the local Shaloma
group will present a skit. Life
With Hadassah. directed by Mrs.
Bernard Goldberg.
Among t h e personalities here
participating will be Dr. Maurice
Lev. chief pathologist of Mount
Sinai Hpit.i>; Dr. Miller A. F.
Ritchie, head of (he Human Rela-
tions Department al the University
of Miami; Rabbi Irving Lehrman.
spiritual leader of the Miami Beach
Jewish (enter: Mrs George Cohen,
president of the Southern Zionist
incil; and Mayor ii Lee Powell,
of Miami Beach.
will also be the featured speaker
at the closing banquet on Monday
evening. May 4th. at the Empress
A member of the important
Rural Colonization Commissions at
the 1946 World Zionist Congress in
Basle. Switzerland, she .spent four
weeks in Israel in the spring of
1951. to observe at first-hand, both
the land and settlement problems
in the country and Hadassah's con-
tributions to the growth of the new
State.
Formerly president of the Bos
ton Chapter, then president of the
New England Region, which she
now serves as coordinator, Mrs.
Ansell taught in the Syracuse, New
York, high school system, served
as vice president of the Montreal
Council of Jewish Juniors and has
been active in the League of Worn-
en Voters and Boston's Little Thea
tre. She was recently awarded a
gold medal by the Jordan Marsh
Company as the New England
woman who did most to advance
j the cause of Israel. Some time
earlier, the Boston Traveler se-
I lectcd her for its special newspaper
I column. Gracious Ladies Of Bos-
f ton.
The conference will sponsor a
symposium on Human Relations on
; Sunday evening, with Mrs. Dorothy
Kricger Fink as presiding officer
and moderator. Mrs. George Co-
hen, chairman of the Zionist Coun-
cil of South Florida, will extend
greetings to the participating mem-
! bers of the panel who include Dr.
Miller A. F. Ritchie, Rabbi Irving
Lehrman and Mrs. Ansell.-
Dr. Ritchie has been with the
University of Miami since 1946,
serving as first professor in the
School of Education, and since
1950. as endowed professor in Hu-
man Relations and head of the
department. He has been appoint-
ed president of Hartwick College,
Oneonta, New York, effective July
1st.
Rabbi Lehrman is spiritual lead-
er of the Miami Beach Jewish Cen
ter. In 1947. he was chosen by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
to visit DP camps of Europe and
Israel. He is a member of the Rab-
binical Assembly of America and
was recently chosen as a member
of the Rabbinic Cabinet of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America.
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leading Israelis, including Presi-
dent Ben Zvi and Prime Minister
Ben-Gurion, highlighted the first
week of a survey being made here
by a Florida member of the first
all-women'! delegation for State of
Israel Bonds.
Finance Minister Levi Eshkol
, told Mrs. Louis Glasser. of 3168
i Prairie Avenue. Miami Beach, that [
650.000 dunams were now under;
irrigation in the country, compared !
with 250.000 in 1948. Israel bond
Investments, which aid irrigation.
total S18.060.000.
Plans for a new desert railway
linking phosphate deposits witj)
centers of production in the north
were described to Mrs. Glasser by j
Minister of Commerce and Indus-
try Peretz Bernstein.
Both President Ben Zvi and
| Prime Minister Ben-Gurion met the
! Florida leader at separate confer-
ences held her. They noted the
I effort Florida Jewry is making in
! aiding Israel's development
| through bonds. Agricultural set-
I tlements in the Galilee and pro-
jects in the area aided by Bonds
I were also inspected by Mrs. Glasser
this week.
Phi Sigma Sigma To
Hold Monthly Meeting
On May 4th. the Phi Sigma Sig-
ma Alumnae Club of Greater Miami
will hold its monthly meeting at
the home of Mrs. Zane Alpert, 1515
West Avenue. Miami Beach.
New officers for the coming year
are: president, Mrs. Eugene
Brams; vice president. Mrs. Paul
Furman; treasurer. Mrs. Jerome
Adelman; secretary. Mrs. Hyman
Lipson; and corresponding secre-
tary Mrs. Joseph Klein.
Cerebral Palsey is the main pro-
ject of the group.
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jbbi Malavsky Is
\w Spiritual Leader
Israelite Center
L Israelite Center announces
appointment of its permanent
ritual leader, Rabbi Morton Ma-
2y, whose duties officially be-
on May 1st.
ahbi Malavsky comes to Miami
ur having served six years in
pulpit of Congregation Beth
Id, Mahanoy City, Pennsylvan-
laving completed studies at the
lkan Israel School of Hebrew
rning, he went to the Mesifta
bnudical Academy and the Cen-
Yeshiva Tomhe Tmimim Rab-
ical Seminary in New York.
bbi Malavsky was ordained in
*' ,
he Israelite Center was found-
fin 1947. under the aegis of Rab-
I Abraham Sachs, and currently
L'nts some 150 families among
[membership. Rabbi Sachs is
L Rabbi Emeritus of the con-
|gation.
,i Hebrew School To Hold
eater Party at UnlTorslty
fhe Sisterhood of the Miami He-
Ew School and Congregation will
bnsor a theater party at the Uni-
,-siiv of Miami Ring Theater on
ursday evening, May 21st. The
to be performed is the com-
. The Male Animal. Mrs. Ed-
Irn l Becker is in charge of res-
itions.
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Shapiro Urges
Voters Register
Harold Shapiro, candidate for
Miami Beach City Council, this
week urged those eligible to vote in
the June 2nd election to make sure
they are registered by the May
2nd deadline.
'There are still nearly 5,000 per-
sons in Miami Beach eligible for
registration," Shapiro estimated
here at a workers' rally, "and many
of them do not realize that their
registration at the county court
house has no validity in the coun-
cilmanic elections."
Reports indicate that Shapiro led
an earlier fight to purge-the Beach
registration lists of some 7,000 vot-
ers, and he now has authorized
all of his workers to concentrate
on registration of eligible persons
prior to the Saturday deadline, "re-
gardless of any commitment to my
or any other candidacy."
The civic leader and attorney
emphasized at the meeting that he
is "running without the support of
any individual or group, and that
I endorse no other candidate." He
reported that four headquarters
for his campaign will be opened
next week.
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A Leadership Award Medallion is presented by campaign
chairman Howard Kane (left) to Combined Jewish Appeal
Trades Chairman Sam J. Heiman at ceremonies in the West-
view Country Club. Presentation was the highlight of a report
meeting at which Kane announced that more than $1,155,000
had been raised in the 1953 campaign. Heiman's trades divi-
sion has raised more than one-half of this amount and plans
to complete its guota within the next three weeks.
Kiwanis Hold Annual
Charity Ball Game
The NoHhside Kiwanis Club is
sponsoring its fourth annual char-
ity baseball game at the Miami
Stadium tonight at 8:15 p.m.
Proceeds from the Miami Sun
Sox-Fort Lauderdale Lions game
will provide the main source of
revenue to finance the Northside
Kiwanis charitable activities during
the year. These include:
Occupational Therapy Depart-
ment of the Crippled Children's
Society, emergency case work in
Dade County schools, Christmas
baskets, scholarship fund, Miami
Shores Junior Rifle Club and the
agriculture fund.
Altogether, financing these ac-
tivities requires some $7,000 a
year, according to Ralph Renick,
chairman of the Public Relations
Committee. Club members have
already sold over 3,000 tickets to
the May 1st baseball game. A
crowd of some 7,000 persons is ex-,
pected.
Mrs. Dave Alper Named President
Of Beach B'nai B'rith Women Group
Radio Synagog
Rabbi S. M. Machtei's sermon
subject at 9 a.m., Sunday, on the
Radio Synagog over station WQAM
will be: Perchance To Dream.
Mrs. Dave Alper has been elect-
ed president of the Miami Beach
B'nai B'rith Women's Chapter. She
is a past president of Emunah
Chapter, OES.
Vice presidents elected for the
coming year are the Mesdames
Sam Nudelman, Helen Sanders,
Charles Silvers and Michel Sossin;
Gus Solomon, treasurer; Maurice
Weltman, financial secretary; Ber-
nard Lowenthal, recording secre-
tary; Herman Stern and Theodore
Isaacs, corresponding secretaries;
Lill Korson, sentinel; Benjamin
Rimer, guardian; and Ben Lebow,
counselor.
Honorary trustees are the Mes-
dames Carl Weinkle, Sol Goldstrom
and Harry Kaufman. Trustees are
the Mesdames Harold Turk, Ann
Satin, Ida Optner and Milton Wein-
kle. Mrs. Charles Alter will serve
as parliamentarian.
Board members include the Mes-
dames Theo Arvan, Gilbert Balkin,
Eleanor Brown, George Bertman,
Harry Cohen, David Denner, Ev-
elyn Decky, Jack Fein, Pansy
Flaum, Arthur Frischman, Ida
Goldmann, Morris Goldin, Charles
Goldberg, David Honoroff, Gershon
Miller, Sara'Laiton, Sam Pollack,
Louis Shafkin, Max Schwartz, Sid-
ney Schwartz, Harold Spiegel, Ma-
tilda Ratner, Morris Dubler, Jack
Silverman and Esther Zeilinger.
Installation will take place on
May 19th, at the Empress Hotel,
with Mrs. Harry Kaufman acting
as chairman.
Chesed Shel Emess Meeting
Sisterhood Chesed Shel Emess
will meet on Monday afternoon,
May 4th, 1 p.m., at the Beth El
Congregation, according to Mrs. Is-
rael Goldberg, president.
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It would be difficult to deny that the ^^""^-M
in the so-called Soviet peace move have bJr?61" dft*Vjt,
incouraraJ"!
V New Inquiry
President Eisenhower has asked for emergen-
cy rulings to admit 240,000 refugees above
guota regulations governing immigration dur-
ing the next two years. This, we feel, is a
straight forward recognition on the part of the
President of the impossible political and econ
omic conditions under which countless East
Europeans are now living.
Many observers on Capitol Hill were quick
to interpret the request as the President's initial
move in the direction of asking for changes in
the McCarran Act despite Mr. Eisenhower's im-
mediate denial of this.
It is interesting to note that Senator Pat Mc-
Carran, author of the controversial immigration
law and member of the Senate Judicial Com-
mittee, had nothing to say about the President's
request. He wanted to learn, he said, what Mr.
Eisenhower was driving at.
We can't help wondering about the efficiency
of a United Spates Senator who compiled an
immigration bill, cornered enough support in
Congress to override a Presidential veto and
the sentiment of a considerable number of
Americans and who does not understand Mr.
Eisenhower's plea for permission to admit 240,-
000 refugees more than present law will allow
during the next two years.
The President, it seems to us, put it quite
plainly when he said that these refugees now
look to traditional American humanitarian
concern for the oppressed." We fail to see how
this ccn be made more understandable for
Senator McCarran.
OPENING THE DOOR?
The President's denial was followed Monday
by a request to Congress for hearings on "in-
justices" in the McCarran Act. It appears that
much ground will be gone over once more
ground carefully spaded by former President
Truman's Inquiry Commission on the immi-
gration law.
But the new administration undoubtedly has
machinery of its own that demands personal
observation of the matter. We certainly hope
it can come up with a constructive program to
correct the McCarran Act's many impossible
provisions and inequities.
Mr. Eisenhower pledged that he would work
toward their alleviation during his Inaugural
address, and it seems that he is moving for-
ward in this regard. He certainly will not be
hampered by Mr. Truman's belated difficulties
the waning days of an administration that
had lost the support of Congress.
The President's request for substitute legis-
lation "which would be fair and just to all"
may very well portend happier days for count-
less European refugees and for renewed Ameri-
can prestige on the world scene.
An Kmprgoncy Appeal
The United Jewish Appeal today opens an
emergency short-term drive for S25.0O0.0O0. This
is the estimated sum needed to help Israel
through its recent SIO.000,000 crop failure.
It seems to us that such drives bring home
more strongly than anything else the new
State's dependence upon American Jewry's
support. Edward M. M. Warburg, general UJA
chairman, said that Israel may very well be
brought to its knees if it is forced to divert long-
range development dollars for the import of
food.
Crop failure is a serious matter as Mr. War-
burg's explanation of the short-term drive indi-
cates. But the Jewish State is beset by other
difficulties, aa well, and it is the United Jewish
Appeal that helps to ease many of them.
Those who were slow in answering the UJA's
appeal for funds during its regular campaign
period can make up their oversight now. Mi-
ami's 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal goal has
not yet been fulfilled. A gift to the CJA will
mean that many more dollars for Israel's use
in its long-range development plan.
The current emergency drive is for cash.
While pledges were the instrumentality of the
regular campaign, dollar fulfillment at this
point can best answer Israel's immediate need.
Cir.il l.ab.ON I filler
Those of us who have been residents of the
Greater Miami area for a long time look upon
the accomplishment of the Coral Gables Jew-
ish Center with satisfaction and a sense of
social injustive alleviated.
We remember when the Gables was a city
non-receptive to what is considered the "in-
truding outsider". This was polite talk for
pointed matters subject to analysis by defama-
tion leagues and similar organizations concern-
ed with human relations.
Under such circumstances, and in the face
of a skillful but silent "gentlemen's agreement",
the creation of a Jewish center in Coral Gables
to serve the needs of the few Jewish families
living there seemed a total impossibilty. Yet,
only four years ago. twenty-one such families
gathered together irf a determined effort to
found and construct the Coral Gables Jewish
Center.
Tonight, that center will dedicate its new
House of Worship. In the four short years of
its existence, it has gained the respect of neigh-
boring, non-Jewish groups, and the twenty-one
families numbered originally among its ranks
have grown to some six hundred.
Most important is the fact that the religious
and cultural needs of a new Jewish commun-
ity are now being ministered to. We recog-
nize, with a feeling of deep sahsfaction. that
the Coral Gables Jewish Center and its spir-
itual leader have played a dominant role in
teaching the city in which it .stands a lesson in
tolerance and understanding.
I mlWr Immortalized
The remains of Naphtali Herz Imber finally
he in the Jewish State. They were taken from
an obscurs burial plot in New York and re-
placed last week in Jerusalem.
ulZSEZu ?"-?" on -* composition of
Haukvah. The Hebrew poet and musician had
few illusion, about his talent; he entertained
even less of them about the bright aspects of
human existence. *^
But out of Imber s bitterness and cynicism
came an immortal national anthem, one which
Klt??1^ m *il Precded the estab-
lishment o the state it glorified and which
quickened World Jewry's hope at a time when
despair was everywhere prevalent.
It is said that many Jews died in Eurooe',
concentration camps during World War lias
they whispered the Psalms and Haukvah This
was the spirit that bred Israel and that now
unrnortalaes Naphtali Herz Imber.
Israel is following them with particular attemL
Myorson sard, in addressing the First Political Com > I
sincerely hope that the recent cessation and rerTd ,Mr**%/
ish propaganda is permanent and that such incit" of ***i
again arise to mar international relations and J ment *U1
peoples." mendship b^j
Certainly, the Soviet government's exonerate,.
doctor, for their pert in the fantastic murder oil, "* H
wes welcomed in Israel with "deep satisfaction and! i*!'0" 1
almost unprecedented reversal of a policy. Still "'" **,
pointed out, "the central question affecting the d!!. ** "*"
communities of Eastern Europe in their isolation *' N
iwered." Israel It going to keep a watchful eye on 'tT*m **
hoping that the Communists will allow Jews *nd I
would bo the "host assurance" that the Soviets reallv,mm'9r,f, I
to grant, in the words of Mrs. Myorson, "the norZlT* *"*
determination" to those Jewish communities. "' tig;
Although Mrs. Myerson devoted much of her stau
question of the Jews behind the Iron Curtain her socwh U
survey of international affairs, and particularly thed*? N
which seemed to provide "a ray of hope that a rh, "^
place." "ane "ty 14
First of all, there was the statement of the Prime Mini-
People's Republic of China at the end of March which ^
promise a solution of the crucial prisoners of war question i~S
ity with the objectives and principles which the Inited tort
held." Mrs. Myerson noted, too, that an agreement had iZS
on the exchange of sick and wounded prisoners in Korea a J!?
days before she spoke in the committee.
Although an armistice in Korea would not mean peace in
East, nevertheless, she said "the attainment of an armistice airnZ!
would be a momentous event in the life of our generation uZ
vindicate the United Uations in its two main functions-con*
resistance to aggression and the settlement of disputes by Z
tion." Mrs. Myerson felt that an armistice would provide a mom*
of confidence and trust" which might bring about an Xsian m
settlement. w
Another "promising" development was the agreement en ft
appointment of a new Secretary General. Mrs. Myerson rtFtrrtdb
the Soviet boycott of the former Secretary General, Trygv. Li $_
spoke of it diplomatically as a "dispute between the great poa,
concerning the highest international executive office" and said ft*
it had "a depressing and paralyzing effect." That is why sht chit*
torizod the agreement on the now Secretary General, Dag Ha
merskjoeld, pf Sweden, as "both symbolically and practically
important stop towards the relief of international tension."
Of all the recent developments which may result in a geaai
cooperation between the powers and lead to improved internaiw
relations, the most important was the Soviet government's rtks
of the doctors and its repudiation of the whole anti-Jewish camp*
Mrs. Myerson described it as being "of the utmost political and art
significance."
Chaplain Of Elmendorf
mumbling his appreciation. It 1
for me, one of those
touching incidents the koatat
remains forever vivid.
Lieutenant Trover's wife JeavJ
hist some time later, and he i
now back in the Stata, rectst
ating. As for Lieutenant Lerin.i
is making fine progrea ben (I
last time I saw him. he was boa
ing along the floor, using his 1
cast to propel himself). I
to his parents to tell then 11
been with him. cared for kin 1
given him comfort, and I asset
them his injuries were not I
ious. In response to that lettert
mine I got a wonderful it****
from his mother; here art
excerpts:
"Dear Chaplain I am husk)
grateful for the comfort yoe P
my son when he was so hurt
alone in his agony '"?
wept endless, impotent tea|
my child, as well as for the *
ren of mothers all over the"
who have suffered and died
human dignity might surnw
Yet, I would not be wort"*"
fine bey if I could not awd
ordeal with the same cosraj
iisdaiintrrl spirit
By Chaplain Edwin Schoffmon
First Lieutenant. USAF
ELMENDORF AIR FORCE
BASE, ALASKA The calm and
order of a routine week were vio-
lently shattered when the news
hit us that a jet had crashed at
one of our far northern outposts
and that the two-man crew had
been picked up and flown to the
I big Army hospital here at Elmen-
idorf.
I rushed out to the hospital and
found that miraculously both
I men had escaped fatal or even ser-
! ious injury. One was a Lieutenant
jTroyer, the other Lieutenant Li-
onel Levin, of Brooklyn, New
[York.
The fact that their injuries were
not serious doesn't mean they were
unscathed in fact they were
the most scathed-looking people
I've seen in a long time: banged
up. cut, swollen, with unpretty
discolorations punctuating their
personal landscapes. Since their
clothes had been ruined beyond
repair, they lay in the hospital
with nary a stitch of personal pos-
sessions.
I gave them as much comfort as
I could, discussed their cases with
the electors and, promising to re-
turn with things they could use,
drove heck to quarters. I proceed-
ed to dig out a couple of ditty
I bags provided by the Women's Or-
j ganizations' Division of the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board, add-
led other items, bought a couple
of razors at the PX and with all
this in tow shot back to the hos-
pital.
I dished the stuff out to the
young lieutenants, and Levin was
so grateful he just couldn't stop
expressing his thanks, while poor
jTroyer, unable to speak, had to
I be content with groaning and
u
*
1 hope
pray he will soon rejoin ej
convalescent leave. Thani^-
pnying with and "T^JS
soaae day soon it may btJrr
iiege and pleasure to ^
pe"OB*Uy n-eatn
This is the sort of *
which makes a chaplain 1r**j
depth and immensity of u* -g
service he is rendering "
ly. the ditty bagsconu^
they do those little -nor*
comfort items so rawiaw ^
terrific idea. Everyone wo
them say. the JWB u *. "H
of all other agencies u> tw-
in its morale-boosunj *
nets.


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lerotion Meet
Honor Klass
the 15th annual meeting of
realcr Miami Jewish Federa-
n Sunday, May 17th, in the
ss Hotel, the Greater Miami
ity will pay its respects to
s Klass. executive director,
has served continuously as
of the agency since 1941.
ording to Mrs. Milton Sirkin,
an of the event, the tribute
ss will be the general theme
. program. The director
the service of the agency
hter business in Miami with
ptop Cooler and Ventilating
c, religious, educational and
ai leaders in the community
Expected to join with figures
|e world of social welfare to
tribute to the executive direc-
achievemcnts in community
ling and fund raising here
gh the Combined Jewish Ap-
_ the past 12 years. A pro-
of entertainment will be pre-
under the direction of Mrs.
Chertkof, Al Comanor and
;. Gettinger.
event will be held in the
ess Coronation Room which
more than 500 persons. Mrs.
Makovsky, chairman of ar-
tments. and Mrs. Aaron Farr,
targe of attendance, have an-
ed that reservations are be-
in order of acceptance.
traditional meeting of the
Jter Miami Jewish Federation
llled for the purpose of elect-
ifficers, members of the Board
overnors and trustees for the
ng year. Carl Weinkle, presi-
Federation, has called the
fction of all organization presi-
I to their responsibility of sub-
names of nominees so that
oard of Governors will direct-
Iflect representation of the en-
Ijewish community,
fcward Kane, campaign chair-
will report on the progress
He CJA drive.
'* */>**&$

Shown above is the Coral Gables Jewish Center which will dedicate its new House of Worship during Friday evening serv-
ices tonight. Dr. Jacob R. Narot, spiritual leader of Temple Israel, will be principal speaker. The dedication marks the com-
pletion of a program instituted by a group of 21 families four years ago. According to Rabbi Morris A. Skop, the Coral
Gables Jewish Center is the youngest synagogue in the Greater Miami area to be affiliated with the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations. The institution is valued at more than $200,000 and has a membership of some 400 persons. Partici-
pating in the dedication will be A. Edgar Miller, president; Rabbi Skop; Cantor Irving Robinson; Judge Sam Silver, Herbert
Gelernter and E. Herman Fisher, past presidents; and Ann Schulefand, Sisterhood president. The Dedication Committee, un-
der Fisher's chairmanship, includes Mrs. Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Miller, Dr. and Mrs. Henry Green, Judge and Mrs. Silver, Rabbi
and Mrs. Skop, Mr. and Mrs. Morry Horwitz and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adler.
Music Week
Begins Sunday
National Music Week begins on
Sunday and will run through May
10th. Miami Beach has scheduled
a series of affairs to mark the na-
tionwide observance, according to
Miss Ruth Brotman, chairman.
Mayor D. Lee Powell will inaug-
urate the week at Flamingo Park
on Sunday evening, 8:30 p.m. The
Miami Beach Civic Orchestra, un-
der the direction of Robert Strass-
burg, will follow with a concert
at the park. Norma Reiff, soprano,
will appear as solo artist with the
orchestra.
ng Zionist Oneg Shabbat
t Miami Young Zionist Dis-
will hold an Oneg Shabbat
kht. 8:30 p.m., at 2191 SW 23x4
it.
iphi i! Opens
impaign Offices
J. Kaplan, candidate for Mi-
beach City Council, this week
)unccd the opening of his cam-
headquarters at 1350 Wash-
pn Avenue,
eviously, he addressed a gath-
; at the Roxy Hotel in Yiddish
which he indicated that his
aign would be based on de-
ding "more hard working, less
king, more common sense and
Inonsense" in the City Council.
\e 39year-old World War II
ran said that he would fight
til we see the resulta City
nnl that's doing what it's sup-
to be doing."
U of M Ensemble
Performs Bartok
The University of Miami School
of Music will present a program
of ensemble music in Beaumont
Hall on Monday evening, May 4th,
at 8:30.
Prepared by Renee Longy, the
program will include Contrasts for
Violin, Clareinet and Piano by
Bartok: Dover Beach for Voica and
String Quartet by Barber; Trio for
Violin, Horn and Piano by Brahms; ^
and Trio for Flute, Viola and Harp
by Debussy.
Memorial For
Abraham Keittin
i
The YIVO Committee of Greater
Miami will hold a memorial meet-
ing for the late Yiddish poet, Ab-
raham Reisin, who died several
weeks ago.
The meeting is scheduled for
Wednesday evening. May 6th, 8:30
p.m., at Temple Beth Sholom. Par-
ticipating will be I. I. Schwartz,
Yiddish and Hebrew poet; Dr. Al-
exander Mukdoni, literary critie;
and Rubin Iseland, Yiddish journal-
ist.
Cantor Samuel Kelemer, of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom, will render the
traditional mourning chant.
Lag B'Omer Program
In observance of Lag O'Bomer.
students of the Beth David Sun-
day School dramatic and dance
groups, under the direction of Miss
Sylvia Milgram and Roni Hyman,
will present a program during the
assembly on Sunday morning. May
3rd.
Beach Golden Agers
Plan Boat Ride
A sight-seeing boat ride will be
held by the Golden Age Friend-
ship Club of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center, Beach
Branch, on Sunday, May 3rd. at 4
p.m.
The boat will leave from the
Beach Chamber "of Commerce
Docks on 5th Street and the Mac-
Arthur Causeway. Harry Levin is
in charge of tickets.
Meet Your Neighbor
Harold Shapiro, commentator on
the radio program, Meet Your
Neighbor, special feature of the
Yiddish Classical Hour, has invited
as his guest speaker Albert E. Os-
s'm on Sunday, May 3rd, 8:15 p.m.,
over Station WINZ. Ossip's topic
is: About Face.
Beach Canter Lag O'Bomer Picnic
The Miami Beach Jewish Center
will celebrate the holiday of Lag
B'omer with an all day outing and
picnic on Sunday, May 3rd, in
Greynolds Park. Beginning at 10
a.m., the outing will feature com
View Problem Of
Children Here
What Shall I Do With My Child
This Summer, was the theme of a
discussion held during a coffee of
the Hebrew Academy Room Moth-
ers Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
Alexander Kogan, 3722 Royal Palm
Avenue.
Guest speakers were Byron
Wheeler, director of recreation.
City of Miami Beach, and Gus
Jacobson, social worker and busi-
ness executive. Mrs. Kogan, chair-
man of the Hebrew Academy Room
Mothers, introduced the partici-
pants.
Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz, presi-
dent of the Tebrew Academy Wom-
en, reported briefly on the prog-
ress of the Gift Shop recently es-
tablished in the lobby of the Acad-
emy building. Mrs. Joseph Zemel,
Library Committee chairman ad-
dressed the meeting on plans for
the acquisition of new volumes.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
petitive sports events and boating
and games for students of the Cen-cipal. delivered a brief education
ter Religious School. report.
Stein, Bedetti To Appear In Last UM
Concert Of Season; Mozart, Brahms
The ninth and last pair of sub-
scription concerts by the Univer-
sity of Miami' Symphony Orches-
tra, with John Bitter conducting,
will take place on May 10th, at
the Miami Beach Auditorium, and
May 11th, at the Dade County Aud-
itorium.
Featured performers will be Is-
aac Stern, internationally known
lajor Philip Hess, Special Service Officer of the Marine Corps
to Station, encounters ex-classmate A. I. Kaplan, candidate
City Council, at the Servicemen's Center first birthday
ty. last Friday, in the Miami Beach Auditorium. The two
n attended the University of Miami School of Bu?,1"6**
^ministration years ago. Looking on is Maurice Doc
Pein. Kaplan serves as chairman of the Servicemen's Com-
'ittee for the Miami Beach Elk's Lodge.
violinist, and Jean Bedetti, 'cellist
and member of the music faculty
at the University of Miami and
for 28 years an associate of the
Boston Symphony Orchestra.
Mr. Stern will perform the
Mozart Violin Concerto No. 3 in
G major. He will be joined by
Mr. Bedetti during the second half
of the program in a reading of the
Brahms Double Concerto for Vio-
lin and 'Cello.
Isaac Stern was born in 1920 in
Kriminiesz, Russia. He did not go
in lace and patent leather to one
of Russia's prodigy factories. In-
stead, his parents brought him to
San Francisco when he was one
year old. At six, Stern began
studying the piano. Two years lat-1
er. he switched to the violin, hisj
interest being aroused by the in-,
cessant practising of a next-door
neighbor.
At ten, he entered the San Fran-
cisco Conservatory of Music, and
by the time of his local debut one
year later, he had far outstripped
his violin-practising neighbor. He
proceeded to guest performances
under Pierre Montcux's direction
and later to appearances with the
Los Angeles, Portland. Seattle,
Minneapolis and Chicago Orches-
tras.
Stern was launched on the con-
cert route after his promising New
York debut in 1937, and his steady
upward climb was followed with
interest by critics from coast-to-
coast. With his Carnegie Hall con-
cert on January 12, 1943, he rocket-
ed into the sparsely populated
realm of first-flight violinists.
Claude Pepper, former Senator of Florida (center), was the
principal speaker at a Combined Jewish Appeal kickoff break-
fast in Miami Beach. Shown with Pepper are (left to right)
Sam Heiman, Trades Division chairman; Harold Shapiro,
Beach chairman; Harry Zukernick, Metropolitan chairman;
The newest leisure time activity for members of the Golden
Age Friendship Club of the Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center is the art of making colorful floral pieces from nylon
and other simple materials. Henry Berg, instructor (standing),
guides a large group in this relaxing hobby every Tuesday
niqht at the Center's Town Branch. Members shown in the
picture are (left to riqht) Mrs. Sara Harrisburg, Rudolph Koses.
Mrs. Ida Shargaa and Mrs. Rebacca Solon.


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Betty Ann Cypetf Weds Yale Law
Student Alan Rothstein At Sorrento
Carrying a white Bible which the bridgegroom's mother held on
her wedding day 25 years ago, Miss Betty Ann Cypen, daughter of
Mrs. Jennie B. Cypen, Tucson, Arizona, and Max Cypen, Miami Beach,
was united in marriage to Alan Herbert Rothstein. son of Mr. and
Mrs. A. A. Rothstein. Miami Beach, in a candlelight ceremony per-
formed by Rabbi Irving "Lehrman last Sunday, April 26th, at the Sor-
rento Hotel.
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride wore an Edwardian wed-
ding gown of imported chantilly
Jace over satin. The tight bodice
was fashioned with illusion neck-
line studded by seed pearls and
iridescent sequins. The bride's full
bouffant skirt of scalloped lace
ended in a cascade of nylon
tulle ruffles which flared into a
full-flowing cathedral-length train
of chantilly lace and tiers of ruf-
fles.
She also wore a three-tiered veil
of French illusion suspended from
a coronation crown of rhinestones
and seed pearls. Her Bible was
covered by white orchids and
sprays of lilly-of-the-valley.
Mrs. Irving Cypen, of Miami
Beach, was matron of honor at-
tired in a mauve cocktail dress of
scalloped lace over an underskirt
of organza. She wore matching se-
quined hat and shoes.
Bridesmaids were Miss Sydele
Bonfield and Miss Marion Sirote in
pale pink short formals of em-
broidered lace over satin with
matching pink velvet hats. Serv-
ing as her sister-in-law's bride-
matron was Mrs. H. L. Cypen, of
Jacksonville. Her daughter, Bar-
bara Frances, was a junior brides-
maid. Miss Bonnie Gaye Cypen.
r.iece of the bride, was flower girl
in a formal resembling her aunt's
Sown.
Irving Cypen. Miami Beach, was
best man for the groom. Ishers
Personally
Speaking .
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Feldman.
of 2980 SW 19th Street, will leave
on May 10th to attend the wedding
of their granddaughter. Miss Rhoda
Eckerman. The ceremony is sched-
uled for the Waldorf Astoria Ho-
tel. New York City, on June 14th.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Isidore B. Simko-
witz. of 6205 La Gorce Drive. Mi-
ami Beach, announce the birth of
their son. Philip, at Mount Sinai
Hospital on April 22nd. He is the
brother of Elizabeth, Michael and
Sara. The Briss was on Wednesday
at the home of his paternal grand-
mother, Mrs. Bina Simkowitz. 4333
Pinelree Drive, with Rabbi S. M.
Machtei officiating. Philip is nam-
ed in memory of his paternal
grandfather.
ft ft ft
Vacationing on Miami Beach are
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Niman, of
Forest Hills, New York. Mrs. Ni-
man is the former Evelyn Wolfson.
youngest daughter of Dr. Abraham
Wolfson, founder and director of
the Spinoza Outdoor Forum. She
was a student at Miami Beach
High School and was in the same
class with Dr. Ralph Kirch, Miami
occulist.
ft ft ft
Mrs. Mollie Green, of 1561 Drex-
el Avenue, left Sunday for New
Millers Honeymoon In,Nassau-
Is Former Miss Nanci Dale Wise
Honymooni
Mr. ,nd Mrs
ttrifje-
Mrs. Alan H. Rothstein
included Murray Cohen, Harvey
Stein, Jack Mades and Lawrence
Click.
Newly wed Mrs. Rothstein at-
tended the University of Arizona
and was graduated from the Uni-
versity of Miami with a degree in I Jersey, where she will spend the
Elementary Education. At the U | summer with her children, Mrs.
of M. she was a member of the' Roslyn Levine and Mr. Sam Green.
University Chorus, Future Teach-J ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Milton H. Nadel, of
257 SW 20th Road, announce the
birth of their son, Jeffrey Alan,
at Mount Sinai Hospital on April
21st. The Briss was held on Wed-
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the Sorrento. Out-of town guests
included Mrs. Jennie B. Cypen,
mother of the bride, Tucson, Ari-
zona; Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Cy-
pen. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania;
j Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Cypen, Jack-
sonville; Mrs. Jack Lefkowitz, aunt
of the bridegroom, Long Island,
New York; Samuel Sanders, uncle
of the bridegroom, Brooklyn, New
York.
Benjamin Schwartz, St. Peters-
burg; Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Wolf
son, West Palm Beach; Mr. and
Mrs. N. Glick. Chicago, Illinois;
Miss Minnie Schreiber, Jackson-
ville; Miss Florence Manson, New
York City; and Miss Beatrice Sch-
wartz, New York City.
The couple are spending their
wedding trip in Mexico City and
Acapulco. They will reside in New
Haven, Connecticut, where Mr.
Rothstein will attend Yale Law
School.
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Phi.
Mr. Rothstein holds the AB and
MA degree in Economics from tlje
University of Miami, where he was
elected to the Order of Artus. na-1 nesday. with Rabbi S. M. Machtei
tional economics honorary. His fra- officiating. Grandparents are Mr. |
and Mrs. Joseph Cohen, 6336 SW |
13th Street. Miami.
Liebman Speaks In Tampa
Seymour B. Liebman, local at-
torney and Zionist leader, deliver-
ed a major address at the Munici-
pal Auditorium in Tampa Wednes-
day in honor of Israel's fifth anni-
versary.
The Tampa Zionist District, of
which I. Zack is president, said
that the meeting was the largest
affair sponsored by the Tampa Jew-
ish community, rarticipants in the
program were Cantor Abraham
Marton. of Jacksonville, and all lo-
cal public officials.
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The bridegroom's hwL
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Bridesmaids were tM*
cousins. Miss Susan Ba
eenKarn and ,
The bnde's brother, d"
ard Wise. Sam Meyer?
bridegroom's cousin*
Shea Alv.n Richter and
Richter acted as usher
The former Nanci Dal.
was attired in a fun.,**
tilly lace gown with ZH
a the neckline. A ngP
cloche held her fouMitnJ
French Illusion. She cSfl
white orchids nestled i, jjj
She was graduated Iron, ,
High School and is a natnsL
ian. The bridegroom. whjl
served in the US Air Force, I
ated from Miami High SdJJ
the University of Florida^
he was president of Alpha 1
Pi Fraternity.
On returning from their I
moon, the couple will reside*!
SW 3rd Street.
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Officers of the North Shore Jew-
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Goldie Cohen is president.
Other officers include the Mes-
| dames Ginger Laaky, Sylvia Acker.
' Esther Bloch and Sarah Stern, vice
; presidents: Molly Rosenthal. treas-
, urer; Hilda Briskman, recording
. secretary; Betty Glickman. corre-
sponding secretary; Betty Mendel-
son, financial secretary; Pauline
Jawitz, social secretary'; Ann Sele-
icoff, chaplain; Jean Raab. parlia-
mentarian; Ann Loeb, historian;
l and Shirley Altman and Bert Kling-
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A farewell party was given by
the Pioneer Women. Club No. 1,
at the home of Mrs. Bella Liff. 948
Medidian Avenue, for Essie Wilen-
sky, Minnie Bower and Esther
Yaffe.
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a Bourbon Ball on Sunday. 9 p.m.. i
Mrs. Harry Rayvis and Family
are deeply grateful to their
many friends
for the comforting expressions
of sympathy
in their bereavement
in the Driftwood Room of the Nau-
tilus Hotel. Proceeds of the affair
will be allocated to Masada's Zion-
ist activities.
Chairman of the dance is Gil
Rappaport. He is being assisted by j
Bernice Dacks, correspondence. (
Sam Soldinger, door; Marlene
Kalik. publicity; Lillian Barris. ar-
rangements; Phyllis Sager. guest
book; and Ira Joseph, hospitality.
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land Mrs. Nathan Laber,
Collins Avenue, Mi-
Beach, have announced
elrothal of their daughter,
|Uie Anne, to Norman Le-
son of Mr. and Mrs.
imin Lebedin, Jackson-
The bride-elect is a
luate of Miami Beach
School. Mr. Lebedin
luaied from the Univers-
bf Miami.
wl Daughters
\et Ottieers
Mlt$ Shirlty Feder
Feder, Cohen
Betrothal Told
and Mrs. Harry Feder,
Flagler Plans Get
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A get-acquainted party to cele-
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B'nai B'rith Women
Will Install Officers
rnrnUL *! Women of Miami
will install officers for the coming
year on Tuesday, May 5th, at 12
noon in the Panorama Room of
tne Biscayne Terrace Hotel
To be installed as president is
Mrs. Herman J. Goldstein who is
also an active member of the Beth
David Sisterhood and the JWV
Auxiliary No. 174. Norman Bruce
Brown Post. Others are the Mes-
dames Alfred Rich and Al Glasser
vice presidents; Allen Deen re-
cording secretary; Louis D. Cohen
corresponding secretary; Sidney
Kaplan, financial secretary; and
Joscnh J. Rayvis, treasurer.
Miss Susan Talianoff, vocalist
WlH be featured on the program'
Co-chairmen of the affair are the
Mesdames Bernard Tytell, Philip
Galison and Nat Levine.
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Sam Cohen, 3045 SW 5th Street.
The bride-elect attended the City
College of New York. Her fiance
was a student at Olney High School
in Pennsylvania. He is manager of
his father's Century Hotel in Mi-
ami Beach.
The couple plan a June 27th
wedding in Philadelphia. The be-
trothal was revealed during a lawn
C. M. Kagan was unanimous
tied president of the Daugh- partv on Sunday at the home of
Israel at a meeting held on
afternoon at the home of
hi! Mrs Samuel Grundwerg,
Prairie Avenue,
(r officers elected to serve
Jrs. Kagan are: vice presi-
Hn Samuel Grundwerg,
bseph Rackovsky, Mrs. Moses
jloff: recording secretary,
in H. Makovsky; corres-
secretary, Mrs. R. Wohl-
Ireasurer, Mrs. Samuel Rein-
|inancial .secretary, Mrs. Aar-
auer; and membership and
b chairman, Mrs. Alexander
Kagan has been an active
and one of the pioneer
of the Daughters Of ls-
Jhose main objective is the
nance and support of the
located on Miami
Mr. Cohen's parents.
30 p.m.
The story of the Center's growth
will be shown on film, and the
evening will be highlighted by ex-
cerpts from past variety shows
There will also be a parody of
songs from the Center's forthcom-
ing original musical comedy. South
Atlantic, which is scheduled for
May 16th.
A general meeting will be held
at Flagler-Granada on Thursday
night, May 7th. 8:30 p.m.
Richard Jay Mandell, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin H.
Mandell, 3465 North Meridian
Avenue, Miami Beach, who
will become Bar Hitzvah on
Saturday, May 2nd, 10:45
a.m., at Temple Beth Sholom.
Rabbi Leon Kronish will offi-
ciate. Richard is a seventh
grade student at Nautilus
School.
Dembrows Honeymoon En Route To
Texas; Visitors Attend Ceremony
Dr. and Mrs Victor Dembrow are spending their honeymoon en
route to Goodfellow Field. San Angelo, Texas, where he is to report
for active duty in the Medical Corps of the US Army on May 4th
The bride is the former Harriet Rochelle Rand, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. I. Rand, 1630 SW 17th Terrace. Miami. The candlelight mar-
riage ceremony, performed by Rabbi Max Shapiro and assisted by
Cantor Mamches, was held in the
florally decorated Blue Room of
the Westview Country Club on
Sunday, April 19th, under a can-
opy decorated with palms, white
carnations and white gladioli.
The bride wore a white lace and
maline cocktail-length Jjridal gown,
with a finger-tip veil of French
illusion suspended from a halo
crown. The dress had a long sleev-
ed lace jacket which buttoned
Sidney Rubinowitz Named Head
cademy Women; Installation May 6
irei
[Sidney Rubinowitz, leader
and national parents' and
(B organizations, was unani-
elected to the presidency
ebrew Academy Women at
ral membership meeting
the Prince Michael Hotel.
with Mrs. Rubinowitz as
sidents will be the Mcs-
'avid Andron, Harry Genet,
Kogan, Samuel Cohen,
Ritter, Jerry Sussman and
F'rtel. Treasurer is Mrs.
E- Rackovsky. Secretaries
Benjamin Kornreich, re-
Mrs Isidore Spolter, cor-
ng; Mrs, David Seid, so-
Mrs Samuel Grundwerg,
Mr- Maurice Mamches
Mated chaplain.
d to serve as member of
a of Directors are the Mes-
latnan Benenfeld. B. I. Bin-
Ma Brown, Abraham Cas-
Ciment, Herbert Cohen,
Dubler. Lewis M. Escott,
er Jatk Fensterheim, Har-
?' paries Fruchtman, S.
'Alexanders. Gross, Jen-
nger, Daniel Harrison,
Jacob Katz, George
Sussman, Ida Wessel, Samuel
Wolfe, Daniel Yedlin and Joseph
Zemel.
An installation luncheon will be
held on Wednesday, May 6th, at
the Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Mrs. Irving Firtel and Mrs. Alex-
ander S. Gross are co-chairman of
the committee for this event. In-
stalling officer will be Rabbi David
Shapiro.
down the front and a full skirt
with a side inset of maline. She
carried a white Bible covered with
white orchids and lillies of the val-
ley.
Mr. and Mrs. Rand gave their
daughter in marriage. Mrs. Rand
wore a soft rose colored lace dress.
The bride's attendants were Mrs.
Harold Rand, sister-in-law of the
bride, who wore a pink and white
organzo gown and carried white
roses. Mrs. Arnold Wilpon, in pale
lavender organdy and carrying
yellow roses, was the other at-
tendant. Miss Meredith Rand,
niece of the bride, was the flower
girl.
Dr. Dembrow is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. I. Dembrow, Brooklyn,
New York. The groom was given
in marriage by his brother, Nathan
Dembrow, of Englewood, New Jer-,
sey, and his mother who wore an
The Bar Mitzvah of Richard
Mark Steinbook, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sol Steinbook, 1018
Euclid Avenue, will take
place at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center on Saturday,
May 2nd. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man will officiate. Richard is
a student at the Miami Beach
Junior High School where he
is in the eighth grade. He also
attends the Religious School
of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center.
Fredrick Feldman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Max Feldman, 2425
SW 24th Avenue, was Bar
Mitzvah last Saturday at the
Beth David Synagogue. A
student at Shenandoah Junior
High School, he also attends
the Beth David Religious
School.
Daryl Ritter, son of Mrs. Mar-
qaret Ritter, will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday morn-
ing, May 9th, at Kneseth Is-
rael Congregation.
Women's League Conference Schedules
Functions At North Shore, Beach Centers
The Seventh Annual Conference
of the Southeast Branch of the Na-
tional Women's League, United
Synagogue of America, "scheduled
I May 3rd through 5th, at the Joh-
aqua chiffon dress with natural nina Hotel, Miami Beach, will wit-
?cobs.
wsdames Harry Koretzky.
Uuer. Irving Lehrman.
eunson, Henry Liebman.
paKovsky, Louis Makovsky.
pscheloff, Alex Miller. Al
f. Samuel Reinhard, Elias
'an"> Rubin. Irving Rubin-1
bak0'tz .Gladys Schifrin, '
Bhl "'a?' David ShaP"-o,
taB AuIrVing Silver- Aar-
lta. Alfred Stone, Louis
witz and assisted by Cantor Edward
Klein and the Center Choir, with
A. Louis Mechlowitz directing. Her-
bert Sher, chairman of the Youth
Commission of the Southeastern
Region, will extend greetings from
lace short sleeves. Another broth-' ness the participation of the j USY.
er, Harold 'Dembrow, also of Branchs' outstanding Rabbis and J At the Monday leadership lunch-
Brooklyn, was best man. Johnny laymen. I eon, Rabbi Max Shapiro, of Beth
Dembrow. nephew of the groom, Mrs. Rueben J. Magill, national David Congregation, Miami, will
was ring bearer. conference advisor, will deliver the \ speak on Who Are Our Synagogue
Among out-of-town guests who keynote address of the opening ses- Leaders: Greetings will be extend-
attended the wedding were Mrs. I siori. The synagogue service will be
Bernard Neiman, of Los Angeles,' at the North Shore Jewish Center
California; Mr. and Mrs. Sanford | conducted by Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
Lipton. of Youngstown, Ohio; Mr.
and Mrs. I. J. Rand, of New York
City; Mr. and Mrs. T. Schwartz, of
Chicago, Illinois; and Mrs. Jennie
Goodman and Mrs. A. David Dros-
nes, both of Englewood, New Jer-
sey, and Atlantic Beach, Long
Island.
A reception, dinner and dancing
followed in the main dining room,
where the floral decorations were
of white carnations and white
gladioli.
Mrt. Sidney Rubinowitz
Beth Jacob Field Day
The Beth Jacob Religious School
will celebrate Lag B'Omer with a
field day at Flamingo Park on Sun-
day, May 3rd, from 10 to noon.
Athletic contests will be under the
direction of Benjamin Kaminetzky
Games for the children of the Sun-
day classes will be directed by Miss
Shirley Gerstcin and Miss Lorraine
Safra.
ed by Mrs. Irving Lehrman, presi-
dent of the Conference of Jewish
Women's Groups. The Birkat, II..
mozon will be led by Mrs. Max
Shapiro.
Good Programming is the theme
of Mondays' dinner at the North
Shore Jewish Center, when Mrs.
Harry Gersten, past chairman for
Bonds of Israel of Greater Miami,
j will bring a message for that cause.
A panorama of programming
i through the year will follow.
Rabbi Abramowitz, North Shore
Jewish Center spiritual leader, will
speak on Kindling The Eternal
light at the Tuesday Torah Fund
Luncheon.
Highlight of the conference will
be the installation banquet at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center, with
Rabbi Irving Lehrman as speaker
and installing officer. Rabbis Hen-
ry B. Wernick, of Tampa, and Phil-
lip Weinberg, of West Palm Beach,
will deliver the invocation and
benediction, respectively. Cantor
David Silverman will be the eve-
ning's soloist.


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Mrs. William Holland
Mrs. Hollander Is
Named Chapter Head
The Louise Chapter of the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress will hold an
installation luncheon on Monday.
May 4th. 12 noon, at the Delano
Hotel.
Rabbi Morris Skop. spiritual
leader of the Coral Gables Jewish
Center, will be installing officer.
Mrs. \V. Hollander will assume the
office of president.
Other officers are the mesdames
P. Mandel. 1st vice president; B.
Winoker. 2nd vice president; H.
Gordon, secretary treasurer; P. \
Zerler. trustee: J. Levinson, corres-
ponding secretary: and B. Ross and
J Friedland. recording secretary.
Vice Mayor of Miami Beach Bur-
nett Roth will be guest speaker.
Chairman is Mrs. Jack Janoff.'
Guests will be entertained by the
songs of Hal Gordon
>orlh Shore Fete:
Offiers Installed
Former Senator Claude Pepper
will be guest speaker at the in
stallation dinner and dance of the
North Shore Lodge. B'nai B'rith
at the Sorrento Hotel on May 9th. I
7 p.m.
George Levenson. past president.'
will be honored by the presenta
tion of a plaque m recognition of
his services during the past year.
New officers are Milton R Mann-
heimer, president; David Fenton. j
1st vice president; Jack R. Wein, I
2nd vice president. Robert Slavin. j
3rd vice president; Samuel Wein-j
feld. treasurer; Tobias Simon, cor-.
responding secretary.
Melvin Shrago. recording secre-
tary: Jack Wilson, financial secre-
tary; George S. Levenson. chaplain;
Harry Goldberg, guardian; and
Stanley Richard, warden.
Trustees are Abe Block. Sam
Brick. Ezra Feingold, Lewis Hunt-
ington. Jack Klinger. Dr. Benja-
min Landua. Melvin J. Richard.
Louis Sherman, Julius Siegal. Mor-
ris Union. Jules Werner and Dan
Wolfson.
Downtown Sisterhood
The Sisterhood of the Downtown
Synagogue will give a donor din-
ner at the Trocadero Restaurant
on Sunday. May 3rd. 6 p.m. Rabbi
Abraham Ixvitan will be chairman
Principal speaker is Rabbi Arie
Becker A muni. Minn appearing
will be the Reverend Rudolph Brill.
; the Zamora Jewish (enter.
Hold Mental Health
Fund Campaign
The Florida Association for Men
tal Health will hold its first state-
wide campaign for funds through-
out the month of May in an effort
to combat mental illness through
research, education and practical
help to mentally and emotionally
disturbed men, women and child-
ren.
Mrs. F. F. Ravlin and Mrs. Her-
man Kreher, co-chairmen in Dade
County for the drive, announced
Southeastern Florida's share of the
state goal of $150,000 will be
S27.500 which will be sought
through a cannister campaign. No
house to-house solicitation is being
conducted.
Gables Young Adults Meet
Wednesday; Plan Dan^e
The Young Adult Group of the
lea Jewish Center will
meet on WniMIIIHMJ evening. May
6th, 8:30 p.m.. at the Coral Gables
Jewish Center. The group also
plans a Bowery Night for Saturday.
May 16th. at th Center.
Kadimah Chapter Hears
Talk By Mrs. Gersten
Kadimah Chapter, Pioneer Worn-
I en. will meet on Thursday. May
7th. at the Miami Hebrew School
and Congregation.
Mrs. Sol Braun. chairman of the
Nominating Committee, will render
a report Guest speaker is Mrs.
Harry Gerston, past chairman of
the Women's Division. Bonds of
Israel Government.
Donald Martin Klein, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel J.
Klein. 3040 Alton Road, will
celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at
the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter on Saturday, May 2nd.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
officiate. A seventh grade stu-
dent at the Nautilus Junior
High School. Donald attends
the Religious School of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center.
liehler Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mehler,
of 5231 SW 4th Street, Miami, an-
nounce the Bar Mitzvah of their
son, Daniel, on Saturday morning,
May 2nd, 9 a.m.. at the Flagler-
Granada Jewish Community Cen-
ter.
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Mrs. Lehman Heads
Beach Unit, Jewish
Women's Council
The Miami Beach Division,
Greater Miami Section, National
Council of Jewish Women, will
hold its annual installation meet
ing at the Sans Souci Hotel on
May 6th, at 12:30 p.m.
Mrs. Jean C. Lehman has been
chosen president for the 1953-54
dlub year. Other officers are the
Mesdames Alexander Robbins, Jos-
eph Williamson and Howard Grove,
vice presidents; Burton Goldstein,
recording secretary; Carl Lundy,
corresponding secretary; Arthur
Burrell. financial secretary; Edna
Heller, treasurer; and Monte Selig,
auditor.
Newly elected directors are the
Mesdames Saul Javer, Barney Ho-
des, Arnold Seeder, Samuel Berlin,
David Catsman and Robert Tries-
ter. Mrs. Sidney Weintraub will
act as installing officer.
The musical portion of the pro-
gram will be provided by Mrs. Mir-
iam Donnerstag. Reservations are
being taken by Mrs. Harold Vinson
and Mrs. Norman Russ.
Shirley B. Kahn Circle Affair
The Shirley B. Kahn Circle of
the Companions of the Forest of
America will hold its first Moth-
er's Day affair at the Royal Palm
Hotel on Thursday, May 7th. 8:30
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rf To Head Norman Bruce
wn Post, JWY; Pepper Speaks
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Rappaport, Miami attor-
Las installed as Commander
I Norman Bruce Brown Post
L, Jewish War Veterans of
E'ed States, during ceremon-
be Beth El Congregation last
i afternoon. Principal speak-
former Senator Claude
aport joined the JWV post
I serving as Adjutant and in
nor Guard. He also held the
Senior Vice Commander.
I.year-old attorney came to
(in 1925. and is a member of
ter family here. The son of
Mrs. Max Rappaport, he
|ed from the University of
in 1942, with the AB de-
Lport joined the Reserve
I Training Corps in 1942,
ibsequently served in the i
Artillery for over three!
Jteturning to the University^
|da alter his discharge from
vice, Rappaport earned the
gree there. He and his wife,
tier Ada I. Rick, opened the
|of F owned Hillel House on
He currently resides at
I 5th Avenue.
r officers installed were Dr.
kdrich, Senior Vice Com-:
Oscar Rappaport
mander; Frank Marx, Junior Vice
Commander; Kenneth Braidman,
Judge Advocate; Jack Silver, Chap-
lain; Julius Deutsch, Adjutant;
Frank Kline, Quartermaster; and
Jack Regal, Sam Brauer and Don
Seidman. trustees.
Officers of the Ladies' Auxiliary
| installed Sunday included the Mes-
Phi Epsilon Meets I dames Nat Brown, president; Ed-
Ircater Miami Alumnae As. r^Levine senior vice president.
, r..i. t>u: c-_.:i__ e. ano A. Kessler, junior vice presi-
dent. Outgoing officers were the
Mesdames Hy Morris, Nat Brown
and Edward Levine.
oi Delta Phi Epsilon So-
A'lll meet at the home of
Beph (i. Shopiro, 1520 West
OB May 4th, 8 p.m. Main
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At Annual Dinner
NEW YORK Leo Gartenberg,
New York philanthropist and Mi-
ami Beach resident, will be honor-1
exi on Sunday evening during the
31st annual dinner of Agudath Is-'
rael of America, national orthodox
Jewish movement, at the Hotel Mc-
Alpin here.
Gartenberg has been active for
many years in orthodox activities
and is on the Board of Trustees
of a large number of educational
institutions in Israel and the Unit-
ed States. He is co-owner of the
Edwards Hotel on Miami Beach.
Monticello Men
The Men's Club of Congregation
Monticello Park will sponsor a pic-
nic for children of the Sunday
School on Sunday, May 3rd, on the
grounds of the synagogue at NE
164th Street and 11th Avenue, an-
nounces Milton Balsam, president.
The program will be dedicated
to Lag O'Bomer and will include
games and contests. Norman Fein-
berg, chairman of the Program
Committee, will be assisted by Irv-
ing Steinberg, Jack Begler and Saul
Bell.
Turk Watches
Absentee Vote Bill
Reports this week indicate Har-
old Turk, Miami Beach Council-
man, is keeping a sharp lookout
toward Tallahassee these days and
is staying in constant touch with
his friends in the State Legislature
in connection with some very im-
portant legislation now pending
His supporters said here that he
is vitally interested in the propos-
ed law to regulate the sale of dyna-
mite which it is felt would help
prevent a recurrence of bombing
outrages experienced in the Great-
er Miami area last year.
For over 15 years, Turk has been
among those spearheading various
moves for better inter-faith rela-
tions and for the protection of
minority groups, including anti-
discrimination signs ordinances
and the anti-mask ordinance direct-
ed at the KKK
Turk said this week that he is
watching "to see that the absentee
voting bill which I introduced in
the Miami Beach Council will be
passed by the State Legislature as
I feel it is very important to give
an opportunity to those who will
have to be absent from the city
on Election Day, June 2nd, to vote
in advance of leaving, at the City
Hall between May 19th and May
30th, inclusive."
Councilman Turk will open his
first headquarters in the campaign
for his re-election on Saturday
night. May 2nd, at 707 71st Street,
with a reception and housewarm-
ing scheduled for 8 p.m., to which
the public and all Turk's friends
arc invited.
He has held every possible posi-
tion in Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith,
and for three years was president
of the Metropolitan Council of
B'nai B'rith Lodges. He also serv-
ed for three years as president of
the Hillel Advisory Council and
now is National Hillel Commission-
er. He served for five years as
public relations chairman of the
National Conference of Christians
and Jews.
PAGE 9 A
Dade's B'nai B'rith Leaders Capture
Top Posts At Convention In Tampa
Dade Count B'nai B'rith leaders
were elected to a number of prom-
inent offices in the Florida State
Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges
and Florida State Federation of
B'nai B'rith Women's Chapters An-
nual Convention held in Tampa,
on Monday.
Sidney M. Aronovitz, Miami at-
torney, was elected 1st vice presi-
dent of the Men's B'nai B'rith Fed-
eration. Newly elected president
of the State Federation is Edward
I. Cutler, of Tampa.
Elected to serve as regional vice
president of the State B'nai B'rith
Included among the actions tak-
en at the Men's Convention was
voting in favor of establishing an
annual statewide Institute of
of Judaism, to which experts in
Jewish history, folklore, music and
other phases of Jewish life will
speak. The resolution calling for
such an institute was proposed by
North Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith.
A resolution adopted at the con-
vention called on the State Legis-
lature to memorialize Congress to
repeal or modify the McCarran Im-
migration Act. The resolution de-
clares that the act contains "many
Federation was George J. Talian- fnfit. hi a contains ."'many
off, Miami Beach aft an J,nequl able. and discriminatory
could be,
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Halperin To Manage
Frank's Campaign
Judge Bernard A. Frank, candi-
date for re-election to the Miami
Beach City Council on June 2nd,
.....announced this
'f. veek that Sam J.
1 j lalperin, Beach
Realtor and civic
eader, will man-
ige his cam-
paign.
Haleprin, pres-
1 dent of the Mi-
inn i Beach Presi-
I dent's Council, is
a former head of
the Miami Beach
Board of Realtors. He is a member
of the Board of Directors of Miami
Beach Jewish Center, B'nai B'rith
and the Hebrew Academy.
He is also a vice president of
the Miami Beach Chamber of Com-
merce and Better Business Bureau.
Halperin said that Judge Frank has
established campaign headquarters
at 1218-1220 Washington Avenue.
off, Miami Beach attorney and a
past president of Miami Beach
Lodge, B'nai B'rith. E. Albert Pal-
lot, a past president of the State
Federation, was elected to serve
as trustee.
Mrs. Jack R. Wein, past presi-
dent of North Shore Women's
Chapter, B'nai B'rith, was named
president of the Florida State Fed-
eration of B'nai B'rith Women's
Chapter at the State Women's Fed-
eration Convention. Appointed to
serve as secretary of the State
Women's Federation was Mrs. Isa-
dore Wallowick, a representative
of North Shore B'nai B'rith Wom-
en's Chapter.
Other officers elected in the
Men's Federation were: David
Wolper, St. Petersburg, secretary;
Sam Robbins, Tallahassee, treas-
urer; regional vice presidents, J.
Montrose Edrahi, Pensacola; Ben
Goeldfield, Daytona Beach, Leon-
ard Wolf, LakelandTAl Schneider,
Jacksonville; and Charles Daniels,
Hollywood.
Other officers elected in the
Women's Federation were: Mrs.
Lottie Goldman, Miami Beach, 1st
vice president; Mrs. Ann Marcus,
Daytona Beach, 2nd vice president;
Mrs. William B. Wolfson, Tampa,
3rd vice president; and Mrs. Frank
V. Bayer, West Palm Beach, secre-
tary.
provisions" which are "inimical to
the welfare" of the country.
Copies of the resolution have
been transmitted to key legisla-
ture officers. Governor McCarty
and to members of the Florida
Congressional delegation.
Compare
Beth El Sisterhood Plans
Officer Installation Sunday
The Beth El Congregation Sis-
terhood will hold an installation of
officers on Sunday evening. May
3rd, at 8:15 p.m. Installing officers
will be Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
sky. Mrs. Maurice A. Weger is
chairman of the affair.
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Greater Miami'*
REtlGIOUS DIRECTORY! ***
r> -* ^^SP*rT__!__"...>r..ifnrrji .__...i. -- --'Kitlili: IMH RJoafi '
Israelite center holds Fri-,
day evenihg services at 6 p.m. |
Saturday morning services are at
8:30 a.m. Rabbi Morton Malax sky
will speak on the Weekly Portion. |
Mincha is at 6 p.m.. followed by
Shalos Seudos.

NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m. Members of the
Sisterhood will be installed. Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz is scheduled to
discourse on the topic: A Woman
Of Valor. Cantor Edware Klein will
chant the liturgy Sponsors of the
Oneg Shabbat are Mr. and Mrs
Cohn. Saturday morning services
are at 8:45 a.m.. with Rabbi Abra
mowitz discussing the Weekly Por-
tion.

BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services at
sundown. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30 a.m.. when Dr.
Shmaryahu Swirsky will discuss:
The Undefeatable Defeated. A class ,
in Talmud is scheduled for 5 p.m.
Mincha will be at 6 p.m., followed
by Shalos Seudos. Junior congre-
gation services are at 10 a.m., in
the Academy Hall.

HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m.. with Reverend Leo
Heim officiating. Subject of his
discourse is .cheduled as: Jewish
Education In The Smaller Commu-
nity. Mr. and Mrs. Al Olifant will
be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat.
Saturday morning senices are at
9 a.m.. when pupils of the Hebrew
School will assistant Reverend
Heim.

CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening sen-
ices at 8:15 p.m. Dr. Joseph R
Narot. spiritual leader of Temple
Israel, will be guest speaker dur-
ing the dedication of the Center's
new House of Worship Rabbi Mor-
ris Skop will officiate, with Can-
tor Irving Robinson and the Cen-
ter Choir conducted by Leon
Schiff. assisting.
. >
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening senices
at 630 p.m Saturday morning ierv-
:ces are at 8:30 am when Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff will discuss: Se- \
feera. Junior congregation services
..re at 9 a.m.. under the direction
cpf Benjamin Kaminetzky Cantor
Aaron Weingarten will render the
musical portion of the liturgy. Hin-
du is at 6:30 p.m.. followed by
Shalos Seudos Rabbi Mescheloff
will discuss the Weekly Portion.

TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m., with Dr Jacob H. Kap-
lan discussing: The Common De-
nominator Of Our Holidays. Satur-
day morning senices are at 11
a.m., when Michael, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Wasserman. will be-
come Bar Mitzvah.
TnESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA- A?uOeth W*^&!TKfl'6
T.ON will hold early Friday eve- ., o| &\%*\*g2.
ning services at 6:15 p.m. Saturday '
morning senices are at 8:30 a.m.
The Bar Mitzvah of Leslie C.raif
man will take place at that time.
Mincha is at 6:15 p.m.. followed by
Shalos Seudos. Cantor Abraham
Seif will render the musical DOf-
lion of the liturgy Daily senices
are at 8 a.m.. and at 6:15 p.m.
YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
will hold Friday evening services
at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning
senices are at 8:30 am Mincha
will be at 6:30 p.m.. followed by
Shalos Seudos. Samuel Sokal will
be host. Daily senices are at 7:45
a.m.. and at 6:45 p.m.
. .
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
evening senices at 6:30 p.m. Satur-
day morning sen-ices are at 8:30
a.m.. when Joel, son of Mr. and
I Mrs. Robert Levin will become Bar
Mitzvah. Rabbi Simon April and
Cantor Berele Kelemer will offi-
ciate. A class in Mishna is sched-
uled for 5:30 p.m.. followed by
I Mincha and Shalos Seudos.
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at
6:30 p.m. Saturday morning sen-
ices are at 9 a.m.. when Rabbi Max
Shapiro will discuss the Weekly
Portion Mincha will be at 6 p.m.,
preceded by a review of Ethics
Of The Fathecs. Rabbi Shapiro will
discuss: Subdue Your Passions.
Daily senices are at 7:30 a.m., and
at 6:30 p.m.
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold regular services Friday at 8:15
p.m., with Reverend Rudolf E.
| Brill officiating Arthur Deutsch,
chairman of the Religious Commit-'
1 tee, will speak on The Basis Of De-.
; mocracy The Oneg Shabbat will be j
sponsored by the Sisterhood. Sen
ices will begin at 9 a.m.. Saturday. |
and will be followed by Kiddush.
BethShoOm Rabbi l.e-.n K.onl.sh.
1 ." Orthodox, ro Euclid Aoe.. Nl-
icoV^G^^-H,.,.iN|,n-.H.Wo,;..;n;-
mil. < rainv. Air. '
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;F,^Gr.^,V JTnw IUt Place.
hS Ae...-,y-R.bb. Avv-V
Ureas, Ortliooos, :-l tn **;
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I .. H.-im. <' nlwmtM, 9->l n
Ho^oad"- ''.m.ervat.ve. *0 Po.k
j Jik?l3? Hah.,, Abraham
Sachs. i"..niwi-vatrve. 31SS svv MB
Kr^ih^rTii-Rabb. Abr.ham 0M-
El Orthodox. 1415 Euclid Avt.,
"JSl Orthodox. 1101 SW 12th Ave..
MoMloaM P.rk-llth Street ndXE
nth A-enue. North Miami Beach.
North Dado-Rabbi Harry BttlnMT.
ivmwrv" lv*. 13SJ0 W. Dixie High-
way, North Miami -____
North Shore-Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
wltx. Conietvative, tlO iath si..
Miami Reach. __. p..
Temple laraelI* Joseph Narot, Ke
form 137 NK lfth St.. Miami.
Tifereth l.r.el 6500 N. Miami Ave..
WeV^Miami-Rabhl Alfred- Waxman.
Pon-enatlve. 5720 SW l.th St..
Vo>'ur,aBml'rel-'1rthflox. 4001 Chaae
Zame'ra-Reva'^l* Kunolf M, OjJ-
.rvatl\e. 44 Zamora Ave.. torai
Gables. _^_^__
To See Vag
Arrangements have Z1
Pleted with the v.JL^
famous comic teaJjJS?
f. ban;u climaxing S
Uon of th, Young fopS
throughout Florida n?
10th l" ^ ^Id l/?'
The Vacahonds wji| d
the dinner scheduled for!
front Auditorium on Sat
9th Congressman Walt,
of Minnesota, will be m*
a turnout of some |
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at i!:30 p.m.. with Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman officiating and dis-
cussing: Leg O'BomerSymbol Of
The Messianic Dream. Saturday
morning senices are at 9 a.m.,
when the Rabbi will preach on the
Weekly Portion. During the sen-
ice. Donald, son of Mr. and Mrs
Nathaniel KJein. and Richard, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Steinbook. will
become Bar Mitzvah. An afternoon
class in Bible is scheduled at 4:45
p.m., followed by Mincha and Shal-
[ is Seudos. Cantor David Silver-
man will chant, assisted by the
Center Choir under the direction
of Joseph Schreibman. Daily serv-
ices are in the Chapel at 8 a.m.,
and at 6:45 p.m
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening senices at 6:30
p.m. Saturday morning services are
at 9 a.m., with Rabbi Alexander
Gross officiating and discussing:
The Significance Of The Counting
Of The Omer. An Oneg Shabbat for
children will be held at 3:30 p.m.,
sponsored by the Hebrew Academy
Women's Organization. Mrs. Alex-
ander Gross will be supervisor.
Mineha is at 6 p.m., followed by
Shalos Seudos Daily services are
at 7:30 a.m.. and at 6:30 p.m.

WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30 p.m.. dedicated to the Sub-
Teen Age Group. Rabbi Alfred
Waxman will officiate. Subject of
the Rabbi's discourse is scheduled
as: Are We Good Parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Jesse Teitler will be hosts at
, the Oneg Shabbat following. Satur-
day morning sen ices are at 9 a.m.
Rabbi .Waxman w ill speak on the
1 Weekly Portion. Junior services
' are scheduled for 11 a.m. Mincha
I will be at 6 p.m.. followed by a
j class in Ethics of the Fathers and
i Shalos Seudos. Daily services are
;at 7 a.m.
Ben F. Danbaum Scholarship
at Brandeis UniTwmty has
been established by the
community leader and bever-
age distributor, it was an-
nounced by Dr. Abram L.
Sachar. Brandeis president.
The scholarship will be
awarded annually to a
young man or woman in fi-
nancial need. The student
will be named by the Bran-
deis Faculty Committee on
Scholarships. Owner of Ben
Danbaum. Inc., dealers in
wholesale liguors. Mr. Dan-
baum is a director of the
Community Chest and the
National Children's Cardiac
Home.
pie.
Chairman of publicitv
convention is Marvin D I
5321 SW 1st Street, w|*t
ed that a talent besfttl
will be held to select Mki
Republican Of Floridi F
Lee Friedman is assistinrk.
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Daniel J. Mehler, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Mehler, will become
Bar Mitzvah, with Joseph Hurwitz
; officiating.
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MB EM IN RETROSPECT
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By DR. M. A. LIPKIND
LrrOR'S NOTE: Dr. Lipkind
Retired physician and a stu-
(of Jewish history and Uter-
ine has written many articles
threw, Yiddish and English
edical .subjects and Jewish
[tic and philosophic thought.)
aham Reisen was the most
j Yiddish writer among
,n every walk of life, in every
there they lived and in every
where the Jewish word was
ns life was as rich in cre-
rork as it was long in- years.
voted many more years to
work than apparently has
er modern Yiddish writer.
je his debut in 1889, that is
rs afio. with an article in
linen Folksblatt.
n was born in 1876, in
Russia. His father was a
a Maskil, and withal, an
d man. He taught Reisen
. Russian and German. The
gan early to write in Yid-
ut clandestinely, for his
[despised the Yiddish of that
,'hat drove young Reisen to
iddish as his medium de-
ie opposition of his father
a psychological enigma.
n began his life-work in
literature before modern
had its beginning, for at
e the three fathers of the
e, Mendele, Peretz and
Aleichem, had not yet com-
their classical works. Reisen
ith the growth and develop-
the Yiddish literature and
himself to its changes. He
t exerted a strong influ-
fhree generations of writ-
poets.
i0, he issued a magazine,
entietli Century, with the
uppurt of Peretz and Norn-
tiero for the first time Rei-
lainied Yiddish as the Jew-
al language. He wrote
id poems for the forbidden
ions of the Bund, songs
e Want, Kirchen Gloken,
liet. Huliet Baize Winton.
ngs inspired political dem-
os, meetings and those
in prisons, especially in
t decade of this century,
me tho most popular sing-
the Jewish revolutionary
int.
in his life, he began an
that look him to most of
at centers of culture and
kh
learning. He lived with and ob-
served the Jews of the many lands,
the people for whom he sang and
spun his memorable stories. He
visited America three times. It was
during his last visit that he re-
mained here and wrote for the
Jewish Forward. In 1917, he joined
the staff of Der Tag.
Reisen's genuis displays many
facets. He was among those few
writers who were talented in both
prose and poetry. One writer re-
marked: "The Russians had their
Pushkin and Lermantov, the Ger-
mans had Heinrich Heine, the Jews
Abraham Reisen."
Reisen was to the end a very
prolific writer. He published
poems, short stories and autobio-
graphical sketches. He was recog-
nized as one of the most prominent
Yiddish lyric poets and story-tel-
lers. Fourth in line of the fathers
of modem Yiddish literature he
was first of the new generation
neo-classists, including Sholem
Asch and Nomberg. He is undoubt-
edly first in popularity and love
of the Jewish people.
Dr. Alexander Mukdoni, dean of
Yiddish literary critics, attributes
the great love for Reisen to his
own innate love for all men and
his sympathy and compassion tow-
ards suffering humanity in gen-
eral. This motive permeates all his
poems. He was both a national and
universal poet and at the same time
a folk-singer.
As a lyric poet, Reisen expresses
suffering and pain, but he aug-
ments this with a measure of con-
solation and hope. The quiet sad-
ness and honest simplicity of his
poems penetrate into the deep re-
cesses of the hearts of the masses.
One critic said: "Up to Reisen,
poems were written in Yiddish.
Reisen writes Yiddish poems."
Reisen also perfected. the short
story and sketch to the highest lit-
erary perfection. He endowed his
stories with a quiet, hearty humor
blended with dramatic and psycho-
logical depth. Serving as a beacon
of light for two generations of
writers and poets, he remained to
the end of his long life a great in-
terpreter of Jewish lifea Jewish
way of life based on truth and so-
cial justice which rises to heights
of pathos, martyrdom and hope cul-
minating in universal love of hu-
manity and the joy of being. ,
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Harefe Jfrumpf
Harold Strumpt
Admitted To
Florida Rar
Harold Strumpf, former New
York attorney and Miami resident
for the past six years, has been
admitted to practice law in the
State of Florida.
Strumpf attended Fordham Uni-
versity, Brooklyn Law School and
recently completed a three-year
law course at the University of
Miami in 20 months.
He has opened offices for the
general practice of law in the Lang-
ford Building, Miami.
During World War II, Strumpf
served in the Air Corps as an in-
structor and later as an adminis-
trative assistant. He is a Past
Chancellor of the Knights of Pyth-
ias and has been active in various
Jewish community affairs.
He is secretary and publicity
chairman of the Religious Activi-
ties Committee of the Flasler-Gra-
nada Jewish Community Center
and was recently elected to the
Board of Directors there.
WorEter* To See
-ivssvl Film
George Jessel and his teen age
daughter, Jerilyn, will be the stars
I of a film entitled, Adventure In
| Israel, to be shown at a CJA work-
ers' report rally of the Metropol-
itan Division on Monday evening,
May 4th, 8 p.m., in the Town
Branch of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center.
The Jessel film will be shown
to workers for the first time in the
Greater Miami area. Made with
the cooperation of the Hollywood
motion picture industry, the film
brought cameramen, as well as Mr.
Jessel and his daughter, deep into
the parched Negev.
Irving Saal, southwest area
chairman for the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal, has extended an invi-
tation to all residents of the area
to see the film and to hear a brief
address by M. J. Kopelowitz, civic
leader and chairman of the Miami
area.
The Metropolitan Division is the
last unit to conduct the campaign
for funds which supports a relief
program in Israel and maintains
a host of national and local insti-
tutions.
LEGAL NOTICE
I-
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
-NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious* name ol
PLASTIC I- LORIST CO. (Not lnr >
at 119 NE 6th Htreet. Miami, Intend
to register said name with the clerk
Of tin Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ALBERT J. HIRSCH
i- -> CHARI-ES i-i'i'wn;
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fob $6 4iv
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itti(,t,,i.y.les, tractors. Dles-
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ulaloy does the reet. It
Pl> Morn rings, valves, pls-
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guaranteed non-Injurious to
"Sines. r-jm reeults noted
1 miles.
four Molaloy Today from
, T. W. MURTHA
P*S S.W. 8th Street
' Tr*'l" Ph. 83-4520
City Council March Of Time
On Simon Seiden's Program
Miami Beach City Council March
of Time will be featured on Simon
Seiden's Jewish Forum of the Air
Sunday, May 3rd, 10 a.m., over sta-
tion WMIE.
ADRIAN McCUNE
Real Estate Consultant
203 First Federal Bid*
PHONE 3-77W
LEYI
PLUMBING COMPANY
"Established 1924"
2141 8.W- 3rd St, Call 9-1418
ISTAR of DAVID MEMORIAL PARK
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"e rTite. Terms May Be Art-meed Onini
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 26066
RE: ESTATE OF
LEON FREED, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is herebj liven that l
nave filed my final report and petition
for Final Discharge as Executrix
the estati el LEI >N FREE I >, di
ea; and that on the nth day ol Hey,
IfM, l will apply in the Honorable
W. I' BLANTON, County Judge of
Dade County, Florida, for approval if
cald final report and for final dis-
charge ; Executrix of the Estate of
LEON FREED, deceased.
This tSrd day of April, 1 :":
MAE B. FREED,
Executrix of the Sstate of
LEON FREED, Deceased.
MYERS, 11 KIM AN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Kxccutrix
1/1-8-15-21
Isaac Shalom Mirkin is the
foundei of Ir Shalom, the
American-Israeli model city
which is scheduled to be con-
structed on a proposed site
of some 150 acres north of
Natanya and midway be-
tween Tel Aviv and Haifa.
The model city will consist of
apartment hotels with self-
sufficient suites designed to
meet the needs of retired peo-
ple. A communal project, it
will offer restaurant facilities,
maid service, social and rec-
reation halls, library, steam
bath, movies, shopping cen-
ter, synagogue and an infirm-
ary. According to Mirkin,
leaders in the field of Geri-
atrics will be on call to serv-
ice the requirements of Ir
Shalom's residents. Informa-
tion is available at 55 Liberty
Street, New York City.
Ti ^". woo M" "
tJernard tJeaal
NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
319 ROPER BlDG., MIAMI 32. FLA.
OFFICE 2-0507 RESIDENCE 67-3588
Miller
Electric
Co.
Quality Contracting
and
Service
820 S. W. 4th St.
Phone 9-2477
INSURA
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MIAMI BEACH. FLA I
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SAFETY GLASS INSTALLED IN ALL CAHS
AUTO WAPCK & HARDWARE
EXPERT REPAIRS ON HYDRAULIC WINDOWS
Sales and Service at
1304 N. E. 2nd Avenue
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 159023
PRINGLE WARD and
CHARITY DARD, ills wife, Plaintiffs,
vs.
H. 8. <;ifi ix and QIFCTir,
his wife. If married, and
FliED W. KINi, .11!., :ind .
kim;. jr., his wife, if married,
Defendant*
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THK NAME OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO: ll. B. OIFPEN, if living, and _
GUFIN, his wife, if married and
living; FRED VV. KINO, JR., and
KINO, 11!.. his wife, If mar-
ried and living, whose residences
are unknown; ALL CNKNOWN
heirs, devisees, grantees, cred-
itors or other parties claiming by,
through, under or against H. S.
Git'KIN and MIED \V. KIN';,
JR., not known to be dead or
alive; AND ALSO as to each of
the above named defendant indi-
viduals, if they be deceased, then
all unknown heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors or other par-
ties claiming by, through, under
or against such defendants)
AND ALSO all other and un-
known persons having or claiming
to have any right, title or Inter-
est In the property which Is the
subject matter of this suit, said
property lying and being In Dade
County, Florida, and more par-
ticularly described as follows:
Lot IS, In Block 3, of
KYMMHS-SHARMAN TRACT,
according to the Plat thereof,
recorded In Plat Hook 9 at
page 170 of the Public Rec-
ords of Dade County, Florida.
YOIT AND BACH "I-- V(ir are here-
by notified that a suit has been filed
In the above named Court, by the
plaintiffs above named, for the pur-
pose of quieting title of the plaintiffs.
In and to the property involved here-
inabove described.
TOO ARK HERERY ORDERED
AND REQUIRED to file your Appear-
ance In said suit on or before the 2nd
day of June, 1951!. and in default of
such Appearance, a Decree Pro Con-
fSSSO will be entered against you and
each of you.
This Opler to be published once a
Week for four Ml consecutive weeks
in the Jewish Florldlan, b Newspaper
published in Dad.- County, Florida.
DONE AND ORDERED at the
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
thla IS day of April, 1958.
B. B, LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the I !lr< till I 'ourt
Bj wm. ,w. BTOCKINO,
Deputy Clerk
BEN ESSEN
Attorney for plaintiffs
S23 Scvbold Bid! M iml, Fl I.
i 1-8-15-22
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES- COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 2S802-3
In Re: ESTATE OF
IRVING ROCK. I
To All Creditors and All I 'ei ion
i ig i llaima or I lemanda As il al Be I I
E late:
You. and each of you, arc hereby
notified and required to present any
. : i m aii'l deman li which you, or
either of you, mas have against the
state of IRVING ROCK, deceased
late of I >:tde < 'ounty, 1 ioi ida, to the
Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In their
offlcea In the County Courthouse In
Dade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date oj the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demand! to contain the legal aa-
dresa of the claimant and to be -
to .i.i-l presented .is aforesaid, or same
Will be barred.
Date April 2. AD. I53.
MORRIS ROCK,
Ai Adn li Istrator of the
Estate ol
IRVING ROCK, Deceased.
BERNARD S. HANDLER
Attorney for Administrator
701 Congress Bldg Miami, Floi da
:, l-g-15-22
Phone 9-3144
ACE RUG CLEANERS
26 S.W. South River Drive Phones 9-1155 & 82-2007
RUGS CLEANED, DYED and DEMOTHED
Carpet Laying and Repairing
FURNITURE CLEANING
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30016-B
In lie: ESTATE "F
EDWARD FRIEDMAN. Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate: .
You, and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, may have against the
estate of EDWARD KR1EDMAN. de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Hon. County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In their of-
fice In the County Courthouse In Dade
County. Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first
publication hereof. Said claims or de-
mands to contain the legal address or
the claimant and to be sworn to and
presented as aforesaid, or same will
be barred. See Section 120 of the
19*3 Probate Act.
Dated April 9th. AD. 19j3.
BERT FRIEDMAN.
As Executrix of the Last
Will and Testament of
EDWARD KTUEDMAN.
Deceased.
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
By Louis Helman
Attorneys for Executrix
4/17-24 5/1-8
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORDA.
IN CHANCERY NO. 158860
ISABEL MARUOLIES QUA., Plaintiff,
-VB-
S1MNER DILL. Defendant.
TO: SI'MXKR GIL
ISO Warwick Street
Methuen. Massachusetts
YOU ARE HEREBY required to
serve a copy of your Answer to Plain-
tiffs Hfll of Complaint for Divorce on
Plaintiff's attorneys, WE1NSTEIN.
WEINSTEIN ,v WE1NSTEJN, 420 Lin-
coln Road. .Miami Beach. Florida, and
to file your original Answer in the
office of the Clerk of the above Court
on or before the ls( day of Jui II '-
otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will
be entered against yon.
DATED at Miami, Florida, th!s 29
day of April. 1953.
E B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By M. C. GREEN,
Deputy Clerk
5/1-S-15-22
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MIAMI, FLORIDA
FRIDAY. MAY 1, 1953
SEC. B

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Arab Delegates At UN Stand
Behind Red Move On Zionism
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new immigrant who worked in the Casablanca phos-
Le mines is a copper miner in Israel._______________________
.U v In Named BIG Chairman
pTONLawrence G. I.askey,
kston, communal leader here
rman o{ the Greater Bos-
lommittee for State of Israel
has accepted the national
nanship of Israel Bond BIG
which will be observed
ghoul the nation on Sunday,
14th, it was announced by
i B. Venezky, chairman of the
jrtivo Committee of the Israel
organization.
Da\, which will mark the
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) Ed-
ward A. Rizk. of Lebanon, said here
last week that "the Zionists had
worked themselves into a frenzy"
spreading "wild and extravagant
rumors" about anti-Jewish perse-
cutions in the countries behind the
Iron Curtain, He added that they
had "some measure of success" in
arousing world public opinion
"through their control of the
press, radio and television and be-
cause of the tendency of world
"the oft-repeated demand of Is-
raeli spokesmen and Zionist sym-
pathizers that the Jewish citizens
of the East European countries and
the Soviet Union be permitted to
emigrate to Israel."
"This agitation," he said, "could
not be overlooked by anyone inter-
ested in peace and stability in the
Middle East. It was a cause of
anxiety and concern for the Arab
governments. New waves of mass
immigration to Israel would en-
public opinion to accept rumors at j danger them all."
The Arab representative said
that "Israel's claim to represent
and speak for world Jewry consti-
tutes another factor laden with
Middle East." He emphasized that
the Arab countries "see nothing
strange in the Soviet attitude that
it was delayed. The group of coun-
tries of the Middle East also enter-
tain no relations with a state
founded on a Zionist ideology
which seeks to expand through
immigration and other means. We
hope that some other countries are
also on their way to see the reali-
ties and implications of this situ-
ation."
"Modern Protocol*"
In his reply to the Arab allega-
tions and his summary of the Is-
rael position, Ambassador Eban
face value, without checking
them."
Declaring that his government,
as well as the government of all .
the other Arab states, are against grave dangers for peace This he' out sharP1>' at the Arab dele-
anti-Semitism because the Arabs, declared, was "ludicrous from' thel- ?ates' anllIsrael statesments who,
too, were of the Semitic race, the j point of view of international law" | ,e, sKald,'. revealed an ''hysterical
Lebanese representative said that, and had "very dangerous and far-
one of the reasons why this dele- reaching implications," to main-
gation condemns anti-Semitic prej- j tain that anti-Zionism was tanta-
udice is because "the Arrb states mount to anti-Semitism and to ra-
had paid a very dear price for the | cial and religious prejudice.
Justifies Soviet Action
in their
climax of the Spring, 1953 phase of
the Israel Bond drive, will be ob-
served on June 44111, In cities
throughout the United States as an
intensive one-day house-to-house |
canvass in behalf of the State of
Israel Bond drive, Venezky report-
ed. He pointed out that the one-
day effort will help Israel, now
entering its sixth year of state-
hood, to achieve rapid advances in
its struggle for economic self-tuffi
ciency.
Dr. Farid Zeineddine, Syrian
delegate, told the UN Political
Committee that the stand on Zion-
ism lately taken by the Soviet
Union and the severance of rela-
tions with Israel were not a ques-
tion of religion or religious minor-
ities but a political question.
The Soviet Union, he said, was
wave of anti-Semitic persecution
which swept over Europe in the
loss of Palestine and the conse-
quent forcible uprooting of 1,000,-
000 of its rightful Arab inhabi-
tants."
Oppose Emigration
A resurgence of anti-Semitism in
Eastern Europe, he went on,
would mean a further exodus of
millions of Jews to Israel, greatly
increasing Israel's military power
and tempting Israel "to expand
beyond its present illegally-held
frontiers." He took exception to the realities of the situation in the
Jew-baiting vehemence,"
speeches.
Declaring that the unprovoked
denunciations of the representa-
tives of Iraq and Syria constitute
"a modern edition of the Protocols
of the Elders of Zion," Mr. Eban
condemned the Arab charges. He
described the Lebanese represen-
tative's assertion that the Zionists
had invented and exaggerated the
whole anti-Jewish campaign be-
hind the Iron Curtain as a "false
and ghoulish remark," one of the
worst he had ever heard.
The Israel Ambassador declared
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"being prompted by the urge to,.
ji .T.i.i. 7i_i~. ~a t~..ii i 'that the issue did exist and that,
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cated a good understanding of '
not erase Zionist indignation over
the Slansky trial in Prague at
which Israel and Jews were vili-
fied. "We still say to the Com-
munist leaders: "What about the
results of the original libels, their
effect in the Middle East, the con-
tagion which has spread into the
very heart of our region?"
"Can we be consoled," he asked,
"if the doctrine of the world Jew-
ish conspiracy is now banished
from Pravda and Izvestia only to
find a sounding board, in far worse
form, at Arab desks in the United
Nations?" He said that the climax
of the "sorry" Arab assault was
the statement made by the Syrian
representative that Israel and the
Zionist movement were plotting to
unleash a new world war.
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ZHnists, Christians
Committee Sponsor
Joint Celebration
The Zionist Council of South
Florida and the Greater Miami
Chapter of the American Chris-
tian Palestine Committee are joint-
ly sponsoring a fifth anniversary
celebration of Israel's indepen-
dence on Thursday evening. May
14th,*8 p.m., in Flamingo Park.
The program will include the
drama, The Prince Of Israel, writ-
ten and directed by Professor Sam
Hirsch, of the University of Miami,
with music arranged by Robert
Strassburg and rendered by Can-
tor Samuel Kelemer, of Temple
Beth Sholom.
Also on the program will be Dr.
H. Franklin Williams, co-chair-
man, and Reverend Edward W.
Ullrich, vice chairman, o f the
Greater Miami Chapter of the
American Christian Palestine Com-
mittee.
The committee includes Mrs.
Bee Jaffer, Fred Jonas. Dr. Eman-
uel Kaplan, Mrs. Emanuei Karger,
Fred Shochet. Mrs. George M. Co-
hen, Rabbi Samuel S. Lerer, Mrs.
I Anna Brnner Meyers, Burnett
' Roth, Gerald Schwartz. I. S. Sha-
I poff and Mrs. Irwin Weinstein.
Featured in the drama will be
Mrs. Alfred Stone. Mrs. Samuel
Sakrais, Miss Sylvia Chinio. Mrs.
Bernard Stevens, Mrs. Dorothy
Fink, Maurice Survis, Harold Sha-
piro, Morris Simon and Sydney
Sachs.
Heiman Awarded
CJA Medallion
Sam J. Heiman, chairman of the
Combined Jewish Appeal Trades
Division, was the recipient of a
silver medallion award from lead-
ers of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation at a social and dance
held at Westview Country Club
last week.
More than 250 persons attended
the first annual event sponsored by
the division as a means of paying
tribute to its volunteer workers
Gold pins bearing the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation seal were
presented to each of the Trades Di-
vision workrs attended the West-
view-affair. Hostesses who were in
charge of the program of entertain-
ment and other arrangements in-
cluded the Mesdames Sam J. Hei-
man, Sam Weissel, Sam Resnick,
Leo Ackerman and Harold Rand.
Howard Kane, campaign chairman,
made the presentation.
Brandeis Dedicates New $500,000 Athletic Center
WALTHAM In formal cere- New England shoe and leather in-
monies last week, Brandeis Uni-
versity dedicated its new half-mil-
dustry and Boston philanthropist
who was until his death in 1950 a
lion-dollar Abraham Shapiro Ath- member of the Brandeis Board of
letic Center. More than 500 shoe
industry leaders and friends of the
University attended the exercises.
Named for the late dean of the
Trustees, the athletic center wiH
provide modern and complete
sports facilities for Brandeis stu-
dents.

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FRIDAY
Dr. Peiser To Address Education Bureau
Dinner; Installation Of Officers Slated
The annual dinner of the Bureau program by Cantor Samuel Kele-
of Jewish Education will be held mer, of Temple Beth Sholom. Mor-
on Thursday, May 7th. 6:30 p.m., iris Klass. retiring executive direc-
at the Empress Hotel. Featured'tor of the Federation, will act as
will be a major address by Dr. Kurt master of ceremonies chairman
Peiser, educator and public rela-; of the Dinner Committee is Mrs.
tions expert. Installation of new j Matilda Ratner.
officers of the Bureau will also The pinner Committee includes
take place at that time. | Mrs i^,, E11 Mrs Irving Kaplan.
Director of the Food Fair Foun-: Dr. H. R. Mecklowitz. Ben Zion
dation. Dr. Peiser is former vice \ Ginsburg. Sol Goldman, Mrs. A.
president of the University ofKasow. Mrs. Harry Laufer. Al
Pennsylvania. He is nationally : Mecklowitz. Melvin Schwartz. Mrs
known for his work with charitable j Joseph Shawmut. Morton Biegel.
and educational organizations, hav- j Mr. L. GoJdin. Mrs. Irene Becker,
ing served in the Federation of i Mrs Frank Perlman, Mrs. Harold
Jewish Charities and the Allied Thunnan. Abraham Whitehouse,
Jewish Appeal of Philadelphia for Morris Jacobs, Herman'Feldman.
2 years as its executive director Mrs. Benjamin Clein, Mrs. Joseph
.*
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and executive vice president. Dr.
Peiser was executive director of
Duntov.
Joseph Duntov. Mrs. Sam Sand-
the Lmted Jewish Social Agencies (afc Mr Drewich, Mrs j schwad.
in Cincinnati and executive direc- ron M Apfelbaum. Fred Ba-
(,o[hoew1shWaa(er,.rad Syd Pa, x
tion of Detroit prior to that time. Zuck(,rman. Arthur r^utch. Mrs.
As the first representative of Mollic Glazer. Mrs. Florence Ein-
the American Jewish Joint Com-j binder. Mrs \V Malmuth. Mrs.
mittee and the State Department 'Frieda Newman. Mrs. Harry
to North Africa from May. 1942. to Queen. Mrs Israel Shapoff. Mrs.
September, 1943. Dr. Peiser devel- Blanche Meisel. Mrs Louis Heiman
oped the pattern for private social and Mrs Benjamin Meyers.
work agency and governmental ag-, _______________'
Form Academy For
Higher Jewish Study
NEW YORK Rabbi Herbert S.
Goldstein, chairman of the Board
Of Trustees of the World Acad-
emy for Higher Jewish Studies in
Jerusalem, announced this week
that Jerusalem la soon to have an
Academy for Higher Jewish Stu-
dies.
Rabbi Goldstein has already ne-
gotiated the purchase of a historic
plot in Jerusalem for the World
Academy. The plot purchased cov-
ers 17 dunam. consisting of 17.345
square meters, on Mount Herzl.
The Academy represents a mer-
ger of a number of Research In-
stitutions for Higher Jewish Stu-
dies which explores, develops and
collates the treasures of Jewish
thought. They are: Institute For
The Study Of Torah Legislation,
Institute for the Revised Edition
Of the Talmud. Institute For the
Talmudic Encyclopedia, Seminar
For the Study Of the Bible. Ohr
L'Olam. Central Library, World
Academy Press, and A Supreme
Religious Court and Synods.
a
m
First graduating class of its kind in the nation are these oldsters of Miam" 1
the Aged who received honorary "diplomaa" and "decrees" at a "comm'S W"h ^
sided over by Dr. Jay F. W. Pearson, president of the University of SS^T^^
creative living despite infirmity and illness were David Ratihn, 68 with a "d ,ogni"il
David Jacobs, 72, "Doctor of Business Administration" for the Home's Thrift cu"* .in'
Gerstein. 70, Mrs. Bessie Mott, 67, Mrs. Esther Kaplan, 71, and Mrs ReS^ ^*'
learning English; and Joseph Melnick. 74. "Doctor of Horticulture" for garden i-S'1
row are Sam Goldstein, 66, and Solomon Gross, 73, distinguished in ZZ 9 ^ '
Max Abramowitz. 71, for learning English; Isadora Doctor, 66, "Communicat on!
bank and mail messenger; Isaac Yourkawitz, 71, machine expert- and bZ* b3
breeder of tropical fish for sale and president of the Residents' Organization^'aV^
the Jewish Home.
yM
Dr. Kurt Peiser
ency working together in the field
of post-war rehabilitation, a pat-
tern subsequently used in the es-
tablishment of CNRRA. He moved
from Philadelphia to Miami in the
fall of 1952.
Newly elected officers of the
Bureau will be installed at the din-
ner by Carl Weinkle. president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion. They include: Benjamin Mey-
ers, honorary president; Max Meis-
el. president: Mrs. Charles A. Rat
ner. Israel Shapoff and Harry Sim-
onhoff.-vice presidents; Ben Zion
Ginsburg. secretary; and Joseph
Duntov. treasurer.
The program for the dinner will
include a specially-arranged music
Pinack Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Joseph
Pinack. a former hotel operator, of
1012 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach,
will take place Sunday, May 3, 2:30
p.m. ML Nebo Cemetery with Rab-
bi Irving Lehrman officiating. Mr.
Pinack is survived by his wife Ida
and one sister.
Arrangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany. Friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
Rajna Unveiling
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The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Sophie
Sine, formerly of 1319 Meridian
Avenue. Miami Beach, will take
place Sunday, May 3, at the Work-
men's Circle Plot at Mt. Sinai
Memorial Park Cemetery' with Rab-
bi Moses Mescheloff officiating.
Mrs. Sine is survived by her hus-
band Bernard, a son Phillip of
New York and two daughters, Mrs.
Helen Abecasis of Miami Beach
and Mrs. Toby Lebow of New York.
Arrangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany. Friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Alfred
D. Rajna formerly of 859 W 47th
Street. Miami Beach, will take
place Sunday, May 3. 1 p.m. Mt.
Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Leon
Kionish officiating. Mr. Rajna is
survived by his wife Helen and a
daughter Mrs. Margo Sendes, also
two brothers.
Arrangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany. Friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
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UHnalysFled
[wn Volition
(JTA) Reports eman-
m this city indicate that
ban director of a Grenoble
,_, Home. Miss Antoinette
bid here that two Jew-
, refugee boys she had bap-
nd raised in the Roman
t faith fled into Spain from
[on their own initiative.
(oaths, Robert and Gerald
aged 11 and nine, were
i, the home by their parents
| the German occupation of
J early in the war. Subse-
L thev disappeared.
Its on'the part of the Finaly
i'S relatives to have them
[the family proved futile,
ng to reports. It was later
i that Miss Brun had bap-
he children and urged that
E bestow upon her their
guardianship.
Subsequent arrest of several
l, priests and nuns for al-
bmplicity in their flight has
I up a religious controversy
Lee Higher Catholic digni-
fhave condemned the bap-
lid removal of the children
Tre now calling upon those
t the Kinalys to return them.
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PAGE 3 B
Report Shows Israel's Economic Development
lent
inu lav Heads
glor-Granada
regular election of the Flag-
nada Jewish Community
was held last week. Named
was Irving Lax.
rs are: vice president, Ed-
teyscr; recording secretary,
Harry Hirsch; corresponding
ry, Mrs. Isadore Burak;
rer, Ily Coverman; and fi-
ll secretary, Morton Elter-
nbers elected to the Board
he term of one year were
es Adelman, Leon Bernard,
Cohen, Mrs. Jesse Freed, Mrs.
ke Gittleson, Samuel Holland-
fimuel Kirschner, Ralph Lang,
Tlein.
ert Tauber, Morris Fisher,
krd Logue, Joseph Masters,
rd Moore, Leo Rothstein,
| Shaw. Mrs. Walter Stewart,
Sidney Stiller, Harold
ppf, Al Zeigler and Sidney
new officers were install-
[ a banquet in the Colony Res-
nt last Sunday evening.
Israel Government officials and
top leaders of world Jewry joined
in affirming, on the heels of Is-
real's fifth anniversary, that the
young nation is entering a period
of accelerated economic develop-
ment which will assure her self-
sufficiency in the years to come.
This prediction was contained in
messages from Dr. Nahum Gold-
mann, chairman of the Jewish
Agency Executive, Ambassador
Abba Eban of Israel, and Mrs.
Rose L. Halprin, member of the
Jewish Agency Executive, appear-
ing in the Israel Anniversary Is-
sue of Economic Horizons, month-
ly publication of the Jewish Agen-
cy's Economic Department in New
York.
Israel's favorable economic out-
look, as noted in the messages, is
based on the country's expanding
industrial and agricultural produc-
tion, on the discovery and exploi-
tation of valuable natural resourc-
es, on increased foreign invest-
ments and on the delivery of vital
materials from Germany under
the terms of the recently conclud-
ed restitution agreement between
i Israel and the West German Re-
public.
bbi Harry Z. Schreiner, of
fcrris Plains, New Jersey,
k> returned to the Uhited
ptes recently after eleven
^nths of service as an *Ar-
Chaplain in Korea, has
sn named National Chap-
of the Jewish War Vet-
s ol the United States, it
Is announced by Jesse
oss. National Commander
|theJWV. Rabbi Schreiner
presently the spiritual
Oder of the Morristown,
iw Jersey, Jewish Commun-
Center and has previous-
served congregations in
utleY and Kearney, New
wey. as well aa in Van-
puver, British Columbia. A
werve Chaplain with the
(wd Engineer Battalion of
78th Infantry Division
1 19 to 1950. Rabbi
wreiner entered an acv
in November, 1950, and
overseas in 1951.
Dr. Goldmann, chief negotiator
and one of the signers of this
agreement, declared in Economic
Horizons that the settlement with
Germany "provides the wherewith-
al for the establishment of new
factories, the extension of Israel's
agriculture, railways and roads,
the expansion of her harbors and
other developments." He added,
however, that the German deliv-
eries "challenge Israel's capacity
for planning and her ability to
utilize these goods in the most
judicious manner." He warned that
"the maximal rational utilization
of these German goods is contin-
gent on the continual flow, for
several years to come, of foreign
currency revenue from UJA, Israel
Bonds, Export-Import Bank loans,
grants-in-aid and private invest-
ments."
Reviewing Israel's e c o nomic
progress over the past four years,
Ambassador Eban praised the
valuable contributions from the
US on the governmental, philan
thropic and investment levels. He
noted his country's progress in de-
veloping its natural resources, par-
ticularly potash, copper and man-
ganese, and the steps taken by the
Israel Government to attract pri-
vate investment capital in all
fields of economic development.
Ambassador Eban warned that
"the early years ahead will still
be governed by austerity and eco-
nomic hardship." He added, how-
ever, that he was confident that
"with increased capital develop-
ment, the coming years will con-
firm our supreme confidence and
carry us considerably along the
road to a strong and balanced
economy."
Mrs. Halprin, who is in charge
of the Jewish Agency's Economic
Department in New York, cited a
report by the Israel Government
Investment Center which reveals
that 1,445 enterprises, involving a
proposed foreign investment of
$179,000,000 plus 78,400,000 pounds
from Israel sources, had been "ap-
proved" or "recommended" as of
the end of last year. "A note-
worthy feature of the new invest-
ments is the fact that private en-
terprise accounted for 93 percent
of the "approved" projects. It is
Bricker's Haste To Appease Scotches
US Leadership In Human Rights
In 150, Dean Rusk, then Dep-
uty Under Secretary of State, ac-
tually begged a Senate Foreign
Relations Subcommittee to ratify
a UN convention designed to pro-
tect minorities. Rusk told the Sen-
ators "the worst crimes of Nero
against the Christians failed to
reach the level of those perpetrat-
ed by Hitler against the Jews. No
one can yet have forgotten the or-
ganized butcher of racial groups
by the Nazis, our enemies in
[World War n, which has resulted
in the extermination of some 6,-
000,000 Jew* These events so
shocked the conscience of civilized
men that after World I it had come
to be accepted that such conduct
could not longer be tolerated in
civilized society and that it should
be prohibited by the international
community."
"Thus," Ifid Rusk, "the Unittd
States has cooperated in the past
with other nations in the suppres-
Jewish Floridian News Feature
sion of such lesser offenses as the
killing of fur seals. It is natural
that other nations look to the Unit-
ed States for cooperation in the
suppression of the most heinous
offense of allthe destruction of
human groups."
Following Rusk's testimony, Sen-
ator Bricker drafted a resolution
providing for a Constitutional
Amendment to prevent ratification
of the genocide and human rights
accords. Bricker condemned those
who would protect minorities as
"opportunists" and said the Hu-
man Rights Covenant was Com-
munistic. Other Senators, mostly
Republicans, joined Bricker until
64 names appeared on his resolu-
tion. Dulles agreed with Bricker's
opposition to human rights and
praised Bricker but also that the
resolution be delayed for further
study because it was so sweeping
it might interfere with military
alliances and treaties against Com-
munism.
When the Senate recently adop-
ted a protest against Soviet relig-
ious discrimination, Dulles cau-
tioned Senators not to mention the
Jews or Israel too prominently be-
cause this might somehow offend
the Arab world. Organizations con-
cerned with religious and racial
problems are waiting anxiously for
Dulles to define his actual views
more clearly.
Columnist Doris Fleeson had this
to say: "In its haste to appease
Republican nationalists led by
Senator Bricker, the Eisenhower
Administration has thrown away
the opportunity to make a strategic
retreat on principle which would
have left intact American leader-
ship in the field of human rights.
The Soviet Union does not now
need to worry about ways to wrig-
gle out of signing a United Na-
tions Covenant on Human Rights."
significant and encouraging that
US and Canadian investors partici-
pated in one-third of all approved
enterprises," Mrs. Halprin said.
"Translated into concrete evi-
dence of achievement, these fig-
ures mean that new plants have
been going up in Israel, producing
many items not previously manu-
factured there. They include as-
sembly plants for automobiles,
trucks, refrigerators, typewriters
and radios, plants producing fer-
tilizers, plastic fibres, paper, tires
and automobile parts, and a host
of other new enterprises."
Israel's e x panding production,
which will improve the country's
foreign trade balance, was dis-
cussed in an article by Dr. E. A.
Lewin, First Secretary, Economic
Affairs, of the Israel Embassy in
Washington. Another article in the
Anniversary Issue, by Pinhas Sa-
pir, director of Development of
the Israel Finance Ministry, dis-
cussed increasing agricultural pro-
duction as a result of the establish-
ment of new settlements and gen-
eral expansion of the acreage un-
der cultivation and irrigation.
In addition, large sums have
gone to Israel for development of
the country's economy through the
Palestine Economic Corporation
and other investment instrumen-
talities in which Americans par-
ticipate.
This help from Oe United
States has been by far the great-
est financial assistance ever given
by the people of one democracy
to those of another. It has been
achieved through the diligent la-
bors of American Jews and their
fellow-Zionists in Israel, but its
implications go far beyond that of
aid and sustenance. Many in this
country remember that the United
States, in her days of develop-
ment, was also greatly dependent
upon foreign capital; and many
many more are conscious that in
helping build a democratic outpost
in the strategic Middle East, they
are supporting a cause which
transcends even the rehabilitation
of a people and the consummation
of an ancient dream. They are.
helping extend the boundaries of
human freedom in a day whe
human freedom alone stands be*
tween them and what well may be
annihilation. J


PAGE 4B
Education Bureau
Sponsors Contest
Rules for the Annual Essay Con-
test sponsored by the Bureau of
Jewish Education for the Jewish
schools of Greater Miami have
been announced by Benjamin Mey-
ers, president.
Subject of the contest, honor-
ing National American-Jewish His-
tory Week, will be: Great Person-
alities In American-Jewish History
Haym Salomon. Judah Tour, Mor-
decai Manuel Noah. Emma Nazarus
and Louis D. Brandeis. All students
of Sunday Schools in the fifth
#rade and over are eligible. Es-
says must contain a minimum of
500 words and a maximum of 1.000
words.
A musical menorah will be
awarded the first winner in the
county-wide contest, with silver
Kiddush cups to be awarded the
winning essays in each school. The
deadline set for the submission of
essays is May 17th.
The annual testing program.
Chaplain David Raab (left) is shown chatting with Mr. Joseph
Linton, first Israeli Minister to Japan. Chaplain Raab, a native
of Tel Aviv, discusses the future of the State of Israel in rela-
sponsored by the Bureau of Jew- ,ion ,Q potent ^de with japan. He met the i^aoU Minister
at a banquet given in honor of the opening of the Jewish
Community Center in Tokyo, Japan. Chaplain Raab, XVI
Corps Jewish Chaplain who is stationed in Sendai, North Hon.
shu, Japan, is formerly of Miami Beach. He was commission-
ed a Chaplain on August 13, 1951, and has served at Fort
Benning. Georgia, and the Far East.
ish Education for the Sunday
Schools of Greater Miami, is now '
going into effect, it was also an- ]
nounced. From April 26th through
May 3rd. standard tests in Jewish
History. Customs and Ceremonies, I
Bible. American-Jewish history and
Zionism and Israel are being ad- [
ministered in the schools. The j h Innnhe Pntc
standard tests have been prepared | JOSePn JaCODS rillS
bv the Bureau and will be collected /1,,+ D^rvli- f\*% I,,,.', U
to determine tentative norms of ( > JeW1!
achievement in the subjects tested.
I'M Chorus Performs
Mendelssohn Opus
The University of Miami Chorus.' chandlers in the Jewish field.
Ciegg Monrie, director, performed' J"s< released a booklet entitled.
Taxpayer** Plan
i itizfit's Award
A new Award, Miami Beach's
Outstanding Citizen In Civic Sen-
ice, will be conferred annually by
City, leading advertisers and mer- ,he Miami Beach Taxpayers' Asso-
ciation.
Customs, Traditions
Joseph Jacobs, of New York
the oratorio. Elijah, by Felix Men-
delssohn in Beaumont Hall on
Tuesday evening.
Scheduled as soloists were Frances
Cooper.
contra
and Fred Riebel. baritone. Jeffry
SI pianist, and William Sweit-
zer, organist, both of the School
of Music faculty, performed the
instrumental accompaniment.
This was the second annual con-
Customs And Traditions Of Israel.
The 64-page publication is re-
plete with many fine illustrations,
a number of them by the famous
The award will be given each
December to the most civic-minded
member in its own ranks, said the
Taxpayers' president, P. J. Davis.
"The aims of this Association
are such as to appeal to those
aitorKam 31\. 3; ^ht1 Thxll SJ?5 2?* dl'dica,c)d Vhc 2SSL?
f>.,i Ri0v.i hurii,.n inffrv inii Wllh the '** calendar of this community,' Davis explained.
holidays, the booklet describes in
detail their origin, significance
and manner of celebration in mod-
ern times.
Among the holidays examined
cert honoring the late Harold are R"*h "ashona. Yom Kippur.
"We strive for intelligent plan-
ning, wisest zoning, property pro-
tection and every excellent aspect
of good community life.
"To develop interest even fur-
ther, especially throughout the ar-
Bauer, who was for several ycars j Succoth, Chanuka, Purim, Pesach|ea. we will grant an annual award
to the member who has done most
for large-scale civic betterment."
Selection will be made by a spe-
cial committee and the Taxpayers'
Board of Directors, it was announc-
ed here.
music advisor and consultant for
the I'M School of Music.
and Shevuoth.

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Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
The booklet also deals with num-
erous customs pertaining to these
festivals, as well as with general
ritual practices. Examined are the
fast days, the Mezuzah. the Tallith,
the phylacteries, the Seder table,
the Arbah Kanfoth, the Tsitzith,
Brith Millah, Pidyon Ha'Ben, Bar
Mitzvah. marriage, sickness and
death rites and Kashruth.
Copies of the booklet are avail-
able at Dugan Brothers, 625 North
3rd Street. Newark 7, New Jersey.
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Bill As Danger To
Resort Facilities
Darby Rathman this week fore-
saw an immediate peril for Miami
Beach in the Tidelands Oil Bill
which, by all indications, will be-
come law within a few days. Rath-
man, a candidate for the Miami
Beach city council, said that "there
are already several oil prospectors
in Tallahassee waiting for the Fed-
eral government to turn over to
the state the title to the Tidelands
and asking for franchises to drill
off the coast of South Florida."
Kathman indicated that this
could lead to Miami Beach's becom-
ing a ghost city, with its billion
dollar facilities reduced to a frac-
tion of their real value. "It hap-
pened in California, and it can
happen here. My mission in this
election campaign is to arouse the
citizenry to this oncoming peril
and to take steps while it is still
time to prevent the ruin of Miami
Beach."
Formerly sales manager of the
Shell Oil Company, Chicago, and
president of the Producers and Re-
finers Corporation, Michigan, Rath-
man was until recently director
of the Miami Beach Community
Center. His supporters point out
that he increased the attendance
at the Center from 500 per week
to 15.000. Carl Gardner, Miami
Beach businessman, has been se-
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ledical Seminar;
(ubjects Listed
4ost advanced methods for diag-
king and treating heart disease,
ers gout, diabetes and asthma
1 be among the wide variety of
medical p r ob-
lems to be dis-
cussed by na-
tionally known
research scien-
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ulty of Mount
Sinai Hospital's
Third A n nual
Seminar sched-
uled for May
21st t h rough
23rd, at the De-
p Hotel, according to Dr. S.
fries Werblow, seminar chair-
peakers and some of the sub-
to be included are: Dr. Ches-
S. Keefer, Massachusetts Me-
hal Hospital, discussion of mod-
Iantibiotic therapy; Dr. Stewart
|f, University of Oklahoma, cus-
] versus fact in the treatment of
tic ulcer; Dr. Jack D. Myers,
\e University, new responsibil
in the diagnosis of heart dis-
; Dr. Thomas H. McGavack,
York Medical College, the
|e elimacterium.
t Alexander B. Gutman, Col-
bia University, the management
gout; Dr. Israel Davidson, Chi-
i Medical School, diagnosis and
ken' ion of blood transfusion re*-
ons; Dr. Samuel C. Bukantz,
Islington University School of
licine. aerosol enzymes in the
Itment <>f bronchial asthma;
| Dr. Stefan S. Fajans, Univer-
I of Michigan, advances in the
lagement of diabetic acidosis
1 diabetic neuropathy.
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idline Is June 15th
E\V VuRK Submissions for
1953 Abrara Leon Sachar
M for a significant, unpublish-
fcreativi work of Jewish con-
I will be received by the B'nai
|h Hillel Foundations until
15th, it was announced here
he Sachar Award Committee.

dent of Brandeis University
[national chairman of the B'nai
|h Hillel Foundations, and car-
i With it a prize of $500 for the
or ami an agreement on the
of the B'nai B'rith Hillel
Idations to cooperate in the
pcatiun of the winning nianu-
Smpmorth Seeks
CM Volunteers
Announcement has been made
by Bernard Supworth. chairman of
the West Miami Metropolitan Di-
vision, of workers to serve in be-
half of the Combined Jewish Ad-
peal.
According to Supworth, a nrea-
er number of workers has volun-l
teered to serve in this years cam-
paign than at any previous time.
Following planning conferences
with Metropolitan Division Chair-
man Harry Zukernick and M J
Kopelowitz, Supworth has an-,
'nounced that a meeting of all Jew-
ish residents of West Miami will
be called shortly for the purpose
of explaining the varied world-
wide services which are supported
through Greater Miami's annual
appeal.
Key workers named to partici-,
pate in the door-to-door campaign
include William Avirom, M. S.
Marlin and the Mesdames Bernard
Supworth, Philip Delman, David
Dresner, Eleanor Laiken, Sol Rap-
paport, Jack Matza, Jesse Teitler,
Irving Breslow, David Burrows, Al
Fogel, Leonard Kalish. Jack Klar,
Al Lozoff, Nathan Ziegler, Jacob
Meyers and Joseph Hurvitz.
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Farewell Dinner At
Beth Tfilah Sisterhood
Sisterhood of Congregation Beth
Tfilah will sponsor a dinner at the
synagogue on Sunday evening, May
3rd, 6 p.m., as a farewell to mem-
bers leaving Miami for the sum-
mer.
The committee in charge con-
sists of the Mesdames Rachel Katz,
Bessie Jacobson, Rose Kaplan,
Lena Kramer, Anna Silberman, B.
Graetz, Rose Sher, Rose Friedson
and Betty Schechter.
Bernard Supworth, chairman of the West Miami Metropolitan
Division, receives instructions for launching the CJA Drive
in his community from Harry Zukernick, Metropolitan chair-
man. The door-to-door canvass in West Miami wijl be launch-
ed within the next ten days, according to Supworth.
Letters To The Editor
Editor,
The Jewish Floridian:
In the last issue of The Florid*l!?* th,at,there IS some..and that
ian, Mr. Mindlin in his column
, the Gentile world. There's very lit-
I tie of it, we know, but we also
lit is of the most idealistic and
states, that the program of tne j courageous order. A cheap cynic-
American Christian Palestine Com-1lsm dlscounts this sentiment; a
mittee Is one where Christians are I realls,lc aPPisal values it for the
sent to Israel so that "they (may)
become acquainted with the fact
that the Jews are not really typi-
fied by their prevalent anti-semitic
caricatures."
I must strongly disagree with
this kind of interpretation.
Here, in Greater Miami, we have
a chapter of the American Chris-
tian Palestine Committee headed
by Dr. H. Franklin Williams and
Mrs. L. J. McCaffrey. It includes
among others: Reverend Edward
W. Ullrich and Honorable George
E. Holt.
So often the paths of this Amer-
ican Christian Palestine Commit-
tee and the Zionist Council of
award, granted by the Su-1 South Florida converges that I feel,
t Lodge of B'nai B'rith, was together with some of my col-
or, leagues, that we have come to
know well some of the leaders and
members of the aforementioned or-
ganization.
It is our conviction that there
are Christians who believe that an
Israel, an Arab Refugee problem,
Korea and a United Nations Or-
ganization are all part of One
World. And these people are will-
ing to do everything in their power
as citizens of a world for which
goal we all must work.
0|M*n JllIK' 1st We wisn we hai' more PePle
such as Drs. Williams and Voss,
Mrs. McCaffrey, Reverend Ullrich
and Judge Holt.
Mrs. George M. Cohen,
Chairman, Zionist Council
of South Florida.
peola Lake Inn
M*n June 1st
^dersonville, North Carolina.
^ destination of Mr. and Mrs.
pubm when they leave Miami
Tednesday. The Rubins are
Irs ot the summer resort ho-
peeola Lake Inn on Lake Os-
I there.
B will arrive in Henderson-
m time to open the resort
|to make final arrangements
Ae influx of summer visitors.
png to the Jfcbins, a swim-
i pool i- now under construc-
Wtd will he completed in time
pe Osceola Lake Inn opening
ne 1st. c i
spark it kindles in a rather bleak
world. As for Mr. Mindlin's state-
ment that men such as Dr. Voss
would be better employed in this
country in the task of improving
Jewish-Christian relations, that is
a sort of feeble echo of the Amer-
ican Council for Judaism which
tells us Jews that we, too, should
confine our labors to the US, as if
to encourage spiritual as well as
physical isolationism.
Furthermore, it little behooves
any American Jew to be as self-
righteous as Mr. Mindlin. We are
not guiltless in so far as our Europ-
ean brothers are concerned.
This writer, and many others
besides Mr. Mindlin, are conscious
of the Bond Office's difficulty in
selling and redeeming pledges to
buy bonds. The difficulty does not,
however, stem from the speakers
brought here but from a complex
combination of c i rcumstances
which make Mr. Mindlin's over-
simplification laughable. Mr. Mind-
lin offers no positive or construc-
tive solution for these difficulties.
Does he have one, aside from keep-
ing our bond dinners "Goyim
rein"? Why does he not tell us
HOW we can increase bond sales?
God knows, and in perfect rever-
ance, we all want to know.
Dorothy Krieger Fink
Editor,
The Jewish Floridian:
Leo Mindlin's column in the
current Floridian on the Bond Re-
demption dinner, at which Dr Carl
Voss spoke, was destructive in the
extreme. The thinking Jew has {pw
illusions about the quantity or
quality of pro-Jewish sentiment in
Election At Mount Sinai
Election of members to the
Board of Trustees of Mount Sinai
Hospital took place last night. The
expiring terms of 14 members of
the Board were scheduled to be
filled from a slate of nominees
presented by the Noming Commit-
tee.
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PAGE 6B
+Jeistn<*kmr
South Africa Has
Tense, Fast Ballot
By EDGAR BERNSTEIN
OTA B uih A: idem*
JOHANNESBURG South Af-
rica experienced the throes of
the government's "apartheid" pro-
gram aims at a more clearly de-
marcated separation than th<
ion" policy of the United and
Labor par
Contrary to the imprevsior.
what -;bly the tensest and. hj ^^ {oreign correspoi
:!> the shortest election ,nerc was no "Jewish i.->ue" in this
campaign ever. A combined op tecll,,n The assumption that
position comprising the late Field tnerc uas sprang from remem-
Marshal Smuts' Ignited Party and brance 0f what happened dur-
the Labor Tarty, supported by the ]n.. the Hitler years when the
Democratic Front, fought Premier xa,K,nai,sts were infected by
0 F Malan's National Party which lhe anti.jewish propaganda ex-
1 .,- held power for the past five ported from Nan Germany.
after narrowly and unexpoct- Bul tnev nave long since
edly defeating Smuts' government
in the general election of 1948 A
total of 296 candidates were nom-
inated this month for the 156 -
that had to be filled on polling
- day. April 15th With the excep-
tion of 20 seats in which 18 Unit-
ed Party candidates and two Na- prcmjer Havenga assured a depu-
tionalists the Prime Mini-ter
ar.ci the Speaker had been re-
turn.'.! unopposed every*seat was
bttterl) contested, and ev-
en, where election meetings were
on the go.
Of the 296 candidates nominat-
ed. 12 were Jews Eight of these
ITA) p-
pating in the work nf fn~. ,
H NCRAC 1961 Jofi**"
combatting and pr.,tectin
rights in the United SutA
American Jewish ConpJ
Jewish Labor (VmmitteT
Jewish War Veterans, tksl '
American Hebrew cl)ngre]
| and representatives o[ the ti
(eight Jewish community nh
councils affiliated with
AC.
The Union of Orthodox
ish Congregations and theCl
Synagogue of America,
which assumed full Ncrac"!.
bership only in January of
year, were concerned in the i
tion of the plan which set i
major objective-.
Detailed program for
toward these obje.
sented in the plan as defL
tion from the South African Jew- j -...... j**"** "*** -,
ish Board of Deputies that the new1 Starting immediately. Miss Jean i ical test and physical examination., to var oua-suhjects or N
Government stood on the pnnc- Donahoe. Navy civilian representa- Stenographers will be required to; These include programs in,
pie of norvdiscrimination against tive from Washington. DC. will take d.ctation at 80 words per mm-, to immigration employment
Lny section of the European ^ Iocaled at ,he Xavv Recruiting ute. Additional information on hv-1 crimination. discnminatioe.
white population and looked for- station. Room 230. Post Office ing and working conditions in
ward to the time when the so- buiiding. Miami, to conduct inter-. Wasl
Jewish question would dis-
aw ay from the po-
sition and by and large are asham-
ed of that unhappy episode today.
There was no anti-Semitism in the
r^l election of 1948. and when
the Nationalists were returned to'
office. Premier Malan and Deputy J\#If*g|
Being sworn in by Circuit Judge Stanley E. M.uedge (third
from left) as three newly-admifted attorneys are Dr. Kurt Wei-
SSh ItoW. former member of the Austrian Bar who pracuced
n Vienna; George M. Rubin (second from left), member of
ne Massachusetts Bar; and Milton H. Richmond (nght). also
a member of the Massachusetts Bar. Miami attorney Ben
Essen looks on. The newly-admitted attorneys will all prac-
tice in Miami Beach. The recent ceremony was held in Judge
Milledge's. chambers._______________________________________
w I onduet* interview*. Tp*h
For i h'rival Work in Washington
called Jew ish question would dis- vlcws and tests daily for stenog-
Dr Bernard Friedman. Dr Henry appear from South African poli-' raphers and typists desiring civil-
Gluckman. Mr- Bertha Solomon. Iu. jan positions with the Navy in
Mr- Helen Suzman and MlllM A sjncc coming to office in 1948. Washington, according to an an-
E P Robinson M Kentndge. A. tne %ationalists have, in fact, been nouncement this week.
anxious to remove all suspicion of Interviewing hours are 9 a.m. to
anti-Semitism and to promote bet- 5 p.m.. Monday through Friday.
calling Miss Donahoe at 2-5277, or
by personal interview at the Navy
Recruiting Station.
Bloomberg and H F Oppenheim-
erwere candidates of the I'nited
Party: two Leo Lovell and H
Davidoff for the Xabor Party;
one. L H. Hirschsohn. as an inde-
pendent supporting the National
Party; and one. L Groom, as an
Independent Liberal With the ex-
ception of Mrs Suzman. Hirsch
tohn and Groom, all the Jewish
candidates were members of the
last Parliament, and some have
many terms of Parliamentary sen-
ice behind them: five were return-
ed unopposed.
For the first time in South Af-
rican history- the radio (which is
here controlled by the Statel was
used in the election cam-
paign By arrangement between
the government, the opposition
and the South African Broadcast-
ing Corporation, a series of na-
tional political broadca>t> was
tea in which party spokes
men placed the platforms of
their parties before the electorate
Thus, the election battle was
carried into homes not ordinarily
reached by election meetings, and
everyone was drawn into a
contest which both sides claimed
to be crucial for the future of
South Africa.
ter relations between themselves
and the Jewish community. They
have received Jewish deputations
sympathetically, they have contin-
ued South Africa's traditional pol
Klramh'is Camp
Srholartthiptt Art*
educational institutions.
discrimination, civil hi
Communism, defamation.
Nations, legal and legislative i
ters, intercultural educatioa.
bor, veterans, community ctumfc
tion and mass media.
Guide To Communititt
The plan is intended to sent!
a guide to all NCRAC agencies j
to communities in the
ment of their own program I
It is presented u i
and on Saturdays until noon. Ev-1
ening appointments will be grant-1JMM AWMHI
ed by request Thirty thousand dollars in schol-
Miss Ronahoe emphasized that arsnjpS will be awarded to young' the year,
the Navy Department "is seeking men an(i WOmen. aged 18 through | form of recommendations.
icy of friendship for Zionism and i loyal, efficient, young men and j 35, for the forthcoming season of in keeping with the voli
they have extended special facili-j women for these Civil Service po-|the Brandeis Camp Institutes, re- character of the NCRAC.
ties for South African Jews to help ; sitions which carry a yearly salary eently announced Louis Levine,
Israel. In the recent election
campaign. Nationalists newspapers
and various Nationalists candidates
-tressed this attitude and assured
the electorate that their party was
free from all anti-Semitic intent.
of $2,950 to $3,175. In turn, the
Navy is making every' effort to
provide satisfactory working con-
ditions."
Among the many services avail-
able to selected employees arc
guaranteed room reservations upon
president of the Brandeis Youth
Foundation. These funds have
been made available by the Foun-
dation which makes it possible for
400 young people each summer to
receive the leadership training pro-
vided by the Brandeis Camp In
Mrs. Goldstein Heads
Miami B'nai B'rith
Mr- Herman J Goldstein has
been unanimously elected presi-
dent of the Miami B'nai B'rith
Women.
Other officers named unani
mou.sly are the Mesdames Alfred
Rich and Al Glasser. vice presi-
dents: Allen Denn. recording sec-
retary: Louis. D. Cohen, corres-
ponding secretary: Sidney Kaplan,
financial secretary.
The Mesdames Joseph J Ra.wi*.
arrival in Washington, counselling | stitutes in tne East and West, Le-
I sen ice. nonprofit cafeterias which | vjne g^
provide 24-hour service, nursing
and banking service and an organ-
ized recreational program which
Applicants representing two
hundred American and Canadian
Jewish communities, national Jew-
sponsors dances, hikes and bowling jjh youth groups and majof ^
leagues.
Additional benefits are automat-; j^J
ic salary increases of $80 a year
granted for satisfactory work, plus
paid vacations and sick leave.
General requirements are a typ-
ing speed of 40 words per minute
and ability to pass a general cler-
Yotang IndaoanN
leges and universities will vie for
and national scholarship
awards. Those young men and
women receiving the highly-priz-
ed awards will have the oppor-
tunity of attending either the Cali-
fornia Camp located in Santa Su-
sana. or the Eastern Camp, located
at Winterdale, Pennsylvania.
"Devoted to the training of
youth for leadership in the Araeri
, treasurer: Harvey Herman, coun-
Whether the Union's future does !!; Tina KaU. parliamentarian; FetO AlUllVWKai'V can Jewish Community, the Bran-
in fact directly depend on the out and A z Alpert. historian. 1 deis Camp Institutes offer to cap-
come of this election is. of course. installation of officers will take | Israel Independence Day was aDje young people a unique social
a matter for debate Although piacc at lne Biscayne Terrace Ho- celebrated by Greater Miami
there were major national issues tej on May 5tn 12:30 p.m. Co- Young Judaea last Sunday, at
on which government and oppo- chairmen of the affair will be Mrs Temple Beth Sholom.
sition differed sharply, the differ- ADe AronoviU and Mrs Bernard' Taking part in the city wide
Civic Orchestra
Concert Is Slated
For Sunday Eve
ences are not as extreme as party Tytell
propagandists claimed or as for-
eign correspondents were apt to
assume.
In an article in the independent
Afrikaans weekly newspaper. Dag-
breek. which has the largest cir
culation of any Afrikaans paper
in South Africa. Willem van Heer-
den. (he editor in-chief. said: "On The Miami Beach Civic Orches-
economie and color questions, the tra. under tne baton of Robert
differences between the parties stra-burg. will present a National
are. if not slight, then at least so yUMC Week Pops Program on Sun
vague that one cannot make head day. May 3rd. 8 15 p.m.. at Fla-
or tail of them The rea-^n is ming0 park
obvious: parties which are chief- Norma Reiff will appear as so-
ly divided according to race and prano soloist Judge Kenneth Oka
language will not necessarily rep- u scheduled as musical narrator
resent differences of opinion on Miss g^iff ^u be beard in high
other matters That is not to say |lghts from Victor Herbert's
that there are no serious differ 8,Ughty Marietta and Richard
ences at all. There was, for ex- Rodgers' South Pacific Mr Strass
ample, and there still is the _dif- Durg will lead the orchestra in
ference about how Cotoureds must, Wf-ks ^y Beetlwen Dvorak.
program was the following
Young Judaea groups Israel Trail-
blazers, Chaya. Hatikvah. Haverot,
Learn. Kadimah Juniors. Macca
buns. Yaffee. Chaim Weizmann.
Ben Zvi and Agudah Israel Boys.
Highlight of the program was
an original skit presented by the
Chaim Weizmann Chapter and an
exh.bition by the Young Judaea
Israel Dance Troupe. After the
program, an evening of singing.
Israeli dancing and refreshments
followed
and educational experience," Le-
vine said. "Learning Judaism by
living it is the keynote of each of
the 4-week sessions, one in July
and one in August."
Organizations and community
leaders wishing to recommend can-
didates for Brandeis Scholarships,
or young men and women who
wish to apply may write for in-
formation to Rabbi Max Vorspan.
director of Admissions, Brandeis
Youth Foundation. PO. Box 1401,
Beverly Hills. California, accord-
ing to the announcement.
agencies are expected to fol
but which each autonomous 1
ber organizations may
reject.
The joint program plan mj
drawn up in accordance
resolution of the NCRAC I
Session of last September.
resolution stipulated that
member agency of the NCRAC I
mit its recommendations
gram for "a specified fort
ing period" to the standing 1
mittees of the NCRAC. tWj
standing committees draw*]
ommended joint plans
respective areas of concern
that the Executive CommitteeJ
tegrate the sum total of the]
so recommended by the
committees, thereby estal
joint program planning"
This was part of the conB
sial resolution adopted by r
RAC Plenary Session as
ation of a long process of I
and discussion based on *'
Iver report Adoption of*'
lution led to the withdrawn!
the NCRAC of the Amencnj
ish Committee and
B'rith. the two organuaiw^
consequently did not
preparing the joint
Mrs. Harry Shopiro
In charge of arrangements were Vnm*rf Prpsirlpnt Of
eanore Goodman Sid Mager. 2 VS? .
Brandeis Chapter
Klean
Mr* Beatrice M Solkmay. Mrs
Miller and Sam Soldinger.
I
Brandeis Chapter, American
Jewish Congress, held officer elec-
tions late last week. Mrs. Harry
Shopiro will be president of the
organization for the coming year.
Others named to office include
Theodore Gottfried To Open
Miami Architecture Offices
Theodore Gottfried announces
the opening of his offices for the the Mesdames Harold Brown. W>
Turk Seeks Acti*
On Dade Merger
Harold TB*
M
be represented in Parliamentand ciiere and in his own composHioo. practice of architecture at 1179 NEI liam>S^ LubowLeon Goodman and
"to0" Pastorale for Plute and" Strings
the constitutional dispute
flowed out of that
There were also differences on
The Beethoven- work is the Kg
moot' Overture. The second and
the degree of separation (not -on fourth irvn-erfleTrts from the New
the prineante M, separation that. World Sy>> will represent
it tradition*! South Afrits* Pol-'Dromk GUere*. Banian Sailors
i Negro *#?**& *
sftlon tk slia**ofaB*i lfM*^ palalbf f^ o*faW *.
79th Street. Miami
A native Miamian. Gottfried at-
tended Dade County schools and
graduated from the College of
Architecture at the University of
Florida A graduate of the United
States Merchant Marine Academy,
he served in the Navy and Merrh
lent Marine daring World War tt
Morris Frank, vice presidents:
Lewis Bobbins, treasurer; William
Rirschner, financial secretary; S-.
Shubm. recording secretary: and
Anne Diamond, corresponding sec-
retary
Nominating Committee Chair-
man Mr? Jack Janort presented
the slate.
Councilman
according to V0***:
lead in Miami"Beacii*
ling public opinion
mand for a refer*
Miami-Dade CooaV"
week urged all *'
groups to swamp the v
tion with petition*.and
demanding a pop^'
Councilman Turk garaen
signatures to pH**
u,ed at h.s e3?5*f,
and took them to d*
lators in Tallahassee
They are the oaesj
convinced that the^
out Dade County.^ ^
Ob the merger. J^^j
rt of the leg.fj
ever the majontyof^
ofuV'
ation wan^ w.^
with our *n*^tfifl
** fomSm? *
important. srt "
pj^red gny m-


MV. MAY 1, 1953
LEGAL NOTICE
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riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
'"t NAME LAW
-ph-e i> hereby c.i\ en tJ,:.t
,,, BlKiird, desiring to engacs In
,,..- ii,. fictitious name of
MIAMI, al UN tfW.
mi- i111-ri I W register said
'.,'," '.'ii- Cleric of &e Circuit
,i "id.- County, Florida.
* AIIK K-KVNTZ
VINCENT lAINOO
L-i.-i'T i, BUK)MBBa
Em,, for Applicants
| I ISIdg.
ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.TICK IS HERBBV (JIVEN thai
fundersigned, desiring to engage In
i!.. under the fictitious na..... ol
'sTItl-l :> *i HARDING AVENUE
r?l ,'i I'RINCE'S 8th STREET
iV'ri'.INC AVB. MOTEL, at 86th
_.'. .. Harding Avenue, Miami
Eh Florida, intendM to register
In;,,,,. with the Clerk of the Or-
I <\,urt "f Dade County. Horlda.
V HARRY PRINCE
LrOE .' TALIANoFF
)rn,.y for Applicant
E-lS-!2 ___________I
ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
,r|CK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
uiiilcr-iciicd. (I.Hiring to engage In
,,.,, under the flelRious names
WIKSNKIt' "TRICKBTTES"-
HiFM.il'" '" 1811 rurfly Avenue,
1 i ii,...cl>. Florida, Intends to reg-
mi.l name with the Clerk of the
git Court of Dade County. Flor-
WIE8NBR OK MIAMI. INC.
LGE .1. TALIANoFF
<> for Applicant
riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
jTK'ri IS IIKREUY OIVBN that
hmli >rslgned, desiring to engage in
fries- under the fictitious nan.....f
fAN'CE MoltTC.AOE COMPANY.
foo Devonshire Boulevard, .Miami.
Intends t" register said name
the Clerk of the Circuit Court
sou County, Horlda.
HENRY A. KAI'FFMANN
STONE
n for Henry A. Kauffmann
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fi'"i
ICE
i: ii
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C
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
HEREBY GIVEN that
di -ii Ing to engage in
Ihe fictitious name of
ANDY AND TOBACCO
N U 11th Avenue, Mi-
i to refflstor said DI Dig
rk of the Circuit Court
i. Fl.....la,
.1. EDWARD CANTOR
SAIL CANTOR
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riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
HOE I- HEREBY GIVEN that
desiring to engage In
I. the fictitious name of
[ PARASOL CO., at 1545 Collins
t. Miami Heach, Florida Intends
..Mie with the Clerk of
Ircuil Court of Dude County. Fla.
SAMUEL GINSBERG
till-: J. TALIANoFF
tay for Applicant
BTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
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rici: is IIERKHY GIVISN that
MerslKiied, desiring to engage In
era iincler the fictitious name of
IKS HEAL'TY SALON, at 677
Wnpt..:. Avenue, Miami Beach,
fy to register said name with the
of the Circuit Court of Dade
|y, Florid.i
JOSEPH PATTI, Sole Owner
R.\ HE1.MAN & KAPLAN
m Ipplhsant
bold Bldg.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF thf
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL c!rcui7"n
AND FOR DADE COUNTY Finn
IDA. IN CHANCERY\ No IIWrM
JOHN T BYRNE. I-lalntlff M736
DORIS BRENNLNd BYBNH
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION"1-
TO: lioKis BKENNINU BYRNE
residence unknown.
rpO ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complalnl for Dlvon e
has been filed agalnsl you in the
al'-ve eutille-l can.-, and ,-,, are here-
by required to serve a cony of rout
I,1"".'.*.'. "!,""' "'" "f Complain on
the Plaintiffs attorneys, and fil,. the
original In the office ..f 0m clerk of
the Circuit Court ,n or before the
22ml day of May. i:.:,:t. otherwise s
Decree Pro Lonfesso will 1. entered
against you.
This notice shall be published once
eacli week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH li.OUIHIW-
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 201 h
day of April, 1953.
E. B. LEA TIIEItMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: WM. VV. STOCKING,
..._ Deputy Clerk
BALLOT. SILVER & ML'LLOY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
701 Congress Building. Miami. Florida
4/Z4 a/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBREBY (IIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
FRANCETTE API'S., at 7,127 Harding
Avenue, Miami Beach, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida
ELIZABETH TOTI1, Sole owner
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
660 Seybold Bldg.
4/24 5/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nan,, of
EMPIRE AUTO BALES, al IHO N W
16th street, in the City of Miami. Dade
County. Florida, intends to register
the said name with the Clerk the
Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida.
ABRAHAM DAVIS
4/24 5/1-8-15
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 27129 B
RE: ESTATE Oh
LEOPOLD M. CUTINO, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is herei,, ilven thai I have
fileil my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as ANCILLARY EX-
ECUTRIX of the estate of LEOPOLD
If. CUTINO, dei ased; and thai i a
the i-tii My of May, IMS, win apply
to the Honorable County Judges of
Hade County, Florida, for approval
of said final report and for final dis-
charge as Ancillary Executrix of the
km,', ol LEOPOLD it. CUTINO, de-
ceased
This 23rd dav of March. 1953.
MAKGHUUTA CUTINO
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Ancillary Executrix
4/17-24 5/1-8
ik, -r^9T!S.E TO CREDITORS
MA,R.Y JANE DAVIS a/k/a
MARY DAVIS. Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
J,Bu M*'1"8 r Demands Against
Said EstHte:
Y notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
M,vaiv'",,/,.ARY,JANi: I,AV1*. /"/
MARY DAMS, deceived late of Untie
County, Florida, to the Honorable
bounty Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in their offices In the
County Courthouse In Dade County,
I'lorlda. within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the claim-
ant and to be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or same will be barred.
Date April 21. A.D. 1!'.".::
GENEVA TROTMAN a/k/a
GENEVA KEMP,
As Administratrix Cum
Testamento Annexo
of the Estate of
MARY JANE DAVIS, a/k/a
MA KV I i.WIS, Deceased.
I. R. MAYERS
Attornej foi Administratrix cum
Testamento Annex i
i/U 5 1-8-15
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 158491
MARCUS EINHORN, Plaintiff.
vs.
CHARLOTTE EINHORN, Defendant.
To: CHARIX)TTE EINHORN. 1041
Nelson Avenue, Hronx, New York
You are required to serve a copy of
iour answer to the Hill of Complaint
or Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney,
and. to file the original unswer in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the I8th day of
May, A.D. 1953; 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.',3.
E. II. LKATHER.MAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
By: WM. W. STOCKING
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
Name ami Address of
Plaintiff's Bollcltor:
MII.TON A. FRIEDMAN
10L':i Se>bold llldg., Miami. Florida.
4.17- JI 1 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 RL'SSKI.I..
Plaintiff
vs.
SAGE KINDLE RUSSELL,
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Sage Kindle Russell. HIT E. 32nd
Street, Now York City.-N. Y.
You are hereby notified that a Hill
of CoBiplalgt for Mvorce has been
filed against you. and you are requir-
ed to'servo a copy of your Answer .i
Pleading to the Hi" of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney. STANLEY
M I'HMD, SI4 Seybold Ilutiding. -Mi-
ami 52, Florida and file the original
Answer or Heading in the office of
th.- Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the l.'.th day of May. 19BS.
vou fall to do so. judgment- by delauli
will be taken against you for the
relief demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
aachj week for four ropsecuUve weeks
In THE JEWISH ki.oi:imaN\
IHIKK AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 14th day of April. AH.
E. B. I.EATHKRMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
pade County. Florida
I, m c UREEN,
(Circuit Court Seal) DepUty I lark
STANLEY M PRED*
Attorney for Plaintiff
Ml Seybold Building, Miami, Horlda
4/17-24 Ti/1-8______
SIMON SflDfN
"th Au pfc^a 12.5410
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (IIVEN that
ne.I. desiring to engage in
.- fletlflous name of
STRATH HAVEN HOTEL, at 411
(.can Drive, Miami Heach. Intends
to register said name with the I lerg
of the. Circuit Court of Dado t ouuty,
F'""da- N. ft B. CORP.
MYERS. HEIMAN ft KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
W0 Seybold Bldg.
4/17-14 6/l-
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE-7 B
N0TICE NAME FICTIT|O^S
of Hade i oiiniy. |-]..,.,i |
3/1-8-1:,--' "ALTER MDROFF
NOTICE UNOERLnCT,TIOU.
UIUTEDUWsth^i^'H^Sa o"
AC's'i'v .T-r,.TKH INKPRANCE
Mi.Vd hi "\ '"' inures. Bulldlnr
with, m,I x:-xdi ,",i":i~"-1 -1"1 "'>'"
oi l>. rk. "',-"" ''"eult Court
of Dade County, Plorlds
CNITEI. STATES TITLE
,,,,, CORPORATION
PALLOT, SILVER .; MII.1.11V
Attorneys for Applicant
7"l Congress Hide.
5 1-8-IS-22
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t ngage In
business under the fictitious nan.....f
I'I'A I ILM DISTRIBUTING AGENCY
it 218 N i:. 2nd Avenue, Miami, ta-
il ii Is to register said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SAMUEL VOGELBAUM
6/1-8-16-22
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 26863
RE: ESTATE OF
CASICA BARSDN, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given, that 1 have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Dlsobarge ss Executor of the
estate of CASICA BARSON, deceased;
and that on the 2.",th dav of May.
1S..3, will apply to the Honorable
I hank B. DOWLING, County Judge
of Hade County, Florida, for approval
of said final report and for final dis-
charge as Executor of the estate of
CASICA BARSON, deceased.
This 21st day of April, 1953.
s/ TRIFON BARSON
Executor
MAX K. SILVER
Attorney for Executor
K'J Seybold Building. Miami, Florida
4/24 6/1-8-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
Imsl'ness under the fictitious name of
STONE-AGE, at 2621 N.W. liith
Street Road, Miami, Intends to reg-
ister saiil name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MII.TON STONE
Sole Owner
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
650 Seybold Bldg.
6/1-8-16-22
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 39363-B
In Re: l.si ATE OP
RPPERT ALEXANDER DAVIS
a k B RUPERT RAVI8, sometimes
known an WILLIAM DAVIS,
I.....ised
To All creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Clalma of Demands Acalnsl
Bald Estati .
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and leniiii.-d i,. present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, maj have against the
estate of RUPERT ALEXANDER
DAVIS a/k/a RUPERT DAVIS, and
sometimes known as WILLIAM DAV-
IS, deceased late of Hade County,
Florida, to the Honorable County
Judges of Dade County, ami file the
same in their offices in the County-
Courthouse In I>ade County, Horlda.
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication here-
of. Said claims or demands to con-
tain the legal Bddresg of the claimant
and to be sworn to and presented as
aforesaid, or same will be barred.
Date April 20, A.D. 1H33.
I. It. MAYERS.
As Executor of the Last Will
and Testament of
RUPERT ALEXANDER DAVIS
a/k/a RUPERT DAVIS
sometimes kjiow n as
WILLIAM DAVIS, Deceased
DAVID POPPER
Attorney for Executor
1405 Congress Bldg.
4/24 5/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
KITTY KANE, at 1640 Washington
Ave., Miami H.-aeli, l-'la.. Intends to
register aald name with the Clark of
the circuit Court of Hade County,
Florida.
EI8RO INC .
A Florida Corporation
MANUEL LUBBL
Attorney for Applicant
228 N.E. 2nd Ave., Lawyers Bldg.
4/17-^1 E 1-8
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 158692
BESSIE LEOPOLD, Plaintiff.
vs.
FREDERICK LEOPOLD, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: FREDERICK LEOPOLD
l".1 Lindbergh Boulevard
WSStfli Id, Massachusetts
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you ill tin-
above entitled cause and yon are
hereby required to aep'e a copy of
your Answer to the Bill of Complaint
l.ii the Plaintiff's attorneys, and file
the original In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on Ot before the
26th da> of May, A.n. U)i3, otherwise
a Decree Pro Contesso will be entered
against you. .....
This notice shall be published once
each week for four i-oiuecutlve weeks
in T1IK JEWISH Kl.oItllHAN
Dated: April. 17. itiS.
E. IS LEATHKRMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
BY WM W. sii'i" KIM',
Deputy Clerk
PALLOT, SlLVEltvAVMULLOY
Attorneys for. PJnintlff
Suite 7"i. Congress Building
Miami. Florida
4/24 5.l-S-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 188705
LUCILLE TKlMHLi: PLONCHAK.^
ALEXANDERPLoXCHAK,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ALEX iNDBR PI.ONCHAK
rain Southern Boulevard
Bronx 55, New Yurk
TOP ARE HEREBY required to
Mrv, ,, opy of your Answtt to
Plaintiff's Bill of Complaint ror'Di-
vorce on Plaintiffs attorneys \\ EIN-
STEIN WEINSTKIN a WE1N8T1 IN,
l0 i. ni iln Ri id, Miami n- ch, t loi -
Ida, and lo file your original Answer
in [he office of the'Clerk of the above
Court on or before the 26th da) ol
May, I8l; otnerwlse a Decree Pro
Confesso w-m be entered against you.
DATED at Miami. Dade County.
Florida, this 1'nth day of AprlL 158.
K B. Lkatherm \n.
Clerk of the Circuit-Court
By R. H. IUCK. JR..
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
J/tT- 6/1-8-15
IN THE CIRCUIT COUrtT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1b8544
JEAN BELLE SCHEINBERG,
Plaintiff,
\ i,
EDWARD SCHEINBERG. Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: EDWARD BCHEINBERQ
Ii Francis Court
Elmont, Long Island, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY notified
that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you, and you
are hereby reojulred to serve a copy
of your Answer to the Hill of Com-
plaint on Plaintiff's attorney, and file
the original Answer In.tlie Office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on t+
before the ISth day of May. 1952:
otherwise the allegations of said Hill
will be taken as confessed against
you.
Dated this 14th day of April. INS,
E. B. LEATHEKMAX.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By It. H. RICE. JR.
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
Bv: EPOENE .1 WEISS. Es'g.
Attorney for Plaintiff
One Lincoln Road Building
Miami Beach. Florida
4/17-24 5/1-8
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN
CHANCERY, No. 158596.
MoRlTZ MoRITKCHAJ
GOLDBERGER, Plaintiff,
DOROTHY QOLDBEROER,
Defendant.
ii : I IRI 'THY GOLDBERGER
>:':;7 S. Evans Avenue
Chicago, Illinois
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you art re-
quired to serve a copy ,,f your Ans-
wer or Pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's Attorney.
FREDERICK N. BARAD, ESQ., 42"
Lincoln Road. Miami Heach. Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 1Mb
dav of May, 1861. If you fail to do
to, Judgment by default will be taken
against vou for the relief demanded
In the Bill -of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami
Florida, this 15th day of Aiuil, A.D.
E. B. LEATHEKMAX,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
By It. H. RICE, JR.
(Cuvult Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
FREDERICK N. HA RAD. Esq.
Attorney for Plaintiff
t Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Florida
I 17 I 5 1-8
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
lb,- undersigned, desiring to eiu.
business under the fictitious name of
UNITED STATES ABSTRACT COM-
PANY, at >i Congress Building, Mi-
ami, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of Die circuit Court
of l'ade County, Florida.
L'NITED STATES TITLE
COMPANY
PALLOT. SILVER a MULLOT
Aftorneya for Applicant
701 Congress Blew.
:. 1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th,- undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious uama of
si STEE BPICES, TEA ft- F< IOD
PRODUCTS, at 1791 Purdy Avenue,
Miami Beach, Florida, intends to reg-
ister said name with lh.
the Circuit court of Dade County,
Horlda.
Dorothy JUDITH KANTOR,
Sole owner
HERMAN GRAYSON
Attorneys for Dorothy Judith Kantor
I b a Susie bpl es, Tea &
Food Products
5/1-8-16-22
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 158199
JENNIE RISEMAN, Plaintiff,
vs.
MAN RISEMAN, Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
in MAX RISEMAN, Lcdgehlll Farm.
Brooklyn, Connecticut
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
Hied against you and you are hereby-
required to serve a copy of your
Answer to the Hill of Complaint on
Plaintiff's attorney, and file the orig-
inal Answer in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court, on or before the'
fith day of May, 1953; otherwise, the
allegations of said Bill of Complaint
will be taken as confessed against
you.
DATED this 2nd day of April. 1953.
E, It. LEATHERMAN
, Clerk of Circuit Court
By R. H. RICE, JR.
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
GEORGE J. TALIANl IFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
42" Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
4/10-17-24 5/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tile undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the flctitloua name of
NINO'S RESTAURANT, at 117 N. E.
1st St.. Miami. Fla., intends to regis-
ter Bald name with the Clerk of thc-
Clrcult Court Of Hade County, Florida.
Joseph v. zarzour
stephen f. ke88ler
Attorney for Applicant
I 8.W. 22nd Ave.
I 17-24 5/1-8
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
FOR PUBLICATION
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership I ton aubslstlng he-
ns. BEN RUBIN, HAROLD
tlRAHAM and SIDNEY RUBIN, here-
tofore carrying on bm Inter-
al 23S8 West l laglei
M laml, i- Ii i Ida, undi r the
atyle or firm of Starobln & Son-, has
been dissolved by mutual consenl as
and from the Is: da) of Apr;!.
so far a eras the said HAROLDi
(IRAHAM wh.....lin-s f.....i the said.
firm, All debts due to and owing By
ili. said late firm Will I"- t ei elved
. mi i espectlveb bj BEN RUBIN
ami SIDNEY RUBlN who will con-
tinue to carry on the said business in
partnership under the style of Siaro-
bin a- Sons.
Dated the 1st day of April. 1953.
HEN RUBIN
HAROLD GRAHAM
SIDNEY RUBIN
4/10-17-24 5/1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 158236
JACOB KORNFELD, Plaintiff,
vs.
NEHAMA KORNFELD, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: NEHAMA KORNFELD
L'll.'.S East 12m\ Street
Brooklyn, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a P.M1 of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you, and y.ou
an- required to serve a copy of your
Answer to the Hill of Complaint for
Divorce on the Plaintiff's attorneys,
GENET A- GENET, 420 Lincoln Road,
Miami Reach, Florida, and file the
original Answer in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the Hth day Of May, 19S3, or a
Decree Pro Confesso will be entered
against you. _
DATED at Miami, Horlda, this 3rd
,l [j of April. 19S8.
* E. H. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit four:
Dgde County, Florida
Hv It. 11. RICE. JR.
(*e*n Deputy Clerk
4 10-17-24 5/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
B. B. INDUSTRIES, at 44 N.W. 6th.
Street. Miami, Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Honda,
BEN BORNSTEIN
4/10-17-24 5/1
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CJ A Exceeds 1952 Totals; Campaign
Is $246,250 Shy Of Current Goal
Exceeding 1932 pledge collec-
tions, the campaign leaders of the
Combined Jewish Appeal last week
announced that to date .the cam-
paign had raised a total of $1,151,-
750. According to Howard Kane,
general chairman, only $246,250
are needed to reach this
goal.
"Campaign leaders and workers
alike are overjoyed with the re-
sults of our campaign to date,"
said Kane addressing a meeting of
workers in the offices of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
early this week. "We have sur
lips, Louis Goldman and Edward
Cowen.
A final sweeping campaign is
being undertaken in the Hotel Di-
vision, headed by Sam Lachman,
to insure participation by all ho-
tels. Co-chairmen assisting Lach-
year's n are Joseph H. Gardner, Abe
Kurman and Jack Muravchick. The
Division has secured 74 per cent of
its gifts and expect total coopera-
tion from other hotel owners in the
area.
Newest of the CJA units to be
organized and implemented this
'': year is the Apartment House and
Motel Division, headed by Sey-
passed our collections of last year, """ ""-
and with victory almost in our ";b^ ^ ^ ^
grasp, I am confident all di. s.on | and ts
chairmen will initiate a f.nal ef- substantia, number of gifts ^
fore the official close of the cam-
fort to achieve our goal."
Top unit in the campaign with
its goal definitely in sight; li ^|Pa^n Division Cnairman
ESTrJE-vSTdSu^ tai zukernick s,ates ,hat door
The Trades Div.sionencom-, P-JJJ^ \ bJn hold in
passing more.than 40 "dustr." hwes, ara Coral Gables
professions and bus "esses ^reach attracting sev-
ed 85 per cent of its quota a a volunteer workers,
fina report meeting held tot* J l Kopelowitz, Miami chairman,
\Vestv.ew Country Club_ Chair sh ^^ Beach
rh:\tTaHor$TooCc^tutea: chairman,
more than one-half of the total CJA
goal for Greater Miami.
Charles Fruchtman, chairman of
the Winter Residents Division, has
announced that his group has now
attained 83.5 per cent of its quota
and that final cleanup activity is
being organized under the direc-
tion of Arnold Seeder. David Phil-
*25*Y. MAT
l.!9|
itessisSHfe^sssa
ZZt*> mee'ting on Friday ^
evening. 8 pm., at the Lyceum. of the Sout
Joseph Duntov, secretary
District, Work-
Paul
solovox with appropriate
Millstone will be Jt
l
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Subscription to
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SEND 52 REMINDERS Of YOUR
THOUGHTfULNESS
A Gitt that...
ENLARGES one's fund of
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DEEPENS one's under-
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and
PROVES you cars.
CLIP THE COUPON AND
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1
called
meetings of all majors and cap-
tains to initiate a streamlined
drive for final collection of pledges
before Sunday, May 17th, the date
recently set by the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation for its 15th An-
nual Meeting.
Irving Saal. heading the South-
west area, and Rabbi Morris Skop,
of Coral Gables, will join forces
with West Miami Chairman Ber-
nard Supworth in the cleanup pro-
gram being planned for the next
two weeks.
The Metropolitan Division goal
is $75,000. Total campaign goal to
support relief programs in Israel
and Europe and to maintain 45
national and local health and wel-
fare institutions is $1,398,000.
In a message to campaign work-
ers from Carl Weinkle, president
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, he stated: "Every Jewish
resident in this area must realize
their responsibility to support in-
stitutions, such as Mount Sinai
Hospital, the Jewish Home for the
Aged and the Bureau of Jewish
Educationagencies which extend
vital service to each and every
adult and child in the Dade Coun-
ty area. In addition, a contribution
to the Combined Jewish Appeal
also supports the leisure-time pro-
grams of the Town and Beach
branches of the Greater Miami
I Jewish Community Center, as well
as the important welfare programs
of the Jewish Social Service Bur-
eau and the National Council of
Jewish Women.
"The Federation is our commu-
nity's answer to scientific, unified
planning, and it is our duty to
give the Combined Jewish Appeal
our spiritual and financial support
so that it can keep pace with our
city."
vjewisti flcridUan
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DAY, MAY 1. 1953 *le*i*ti for id/ton jbbi Malavsky Is \w Spiritual Leader Israelite Center L Israelite Center announces appointment of its permanent ritual leader, Rabbi Morton Ma2y, whose duties officially beon May 1st. ah bi Malavsky comes to Miami u r having served six years in pulpit of Congregation Beth Id, Mahanoy City, Pennsylvanlaving completed studies at the lkan Israel School of Hebrew %  rning, he went to the Mesifta bnudical Academy and the CenYeshiva Tomhe Tmimim Rabical Seminary in New York. bbi Malavsky was ordained in *' %  %  he Israelite Center was foundfin 1947. under the aegis of RabI Abraham Sachs, and currently L'nts some 150 families among [membership. Rabbi Sachs is L Rabbi Emeritus of the con|gation. ,i Hebrew School To Hold eater Party at UnlTorslty fhe Sisterhood of the Miami HeEw School and Congregation will bnsor a theater party at the Uni,-siiv of Miami Ring Theater on ursday evening, May 21st. The to be performed is the com. The Male Animal. Mrs. EdIrn l Becker is in charge of resitions. BUG-CLEAN ou HOUSECLEAN REAL-KILL 09* pf. Il.lt OUAtf| 12th AVENUE COMMUNITY MAHKTT | Cor. N.W. 12th Ave. & 7th St. "We Never Clou" "OuilCLIANINC "I AUOUAKTt>$ PAGE 3A Shapiro Urges Voters Register Harold Shapiro, candidate for Miami Beach City Council, this week urged those eligible to vote in the June 2nd election to make sure they are registered by the May 2nd deadline. 'There are still nearly 5,000 persons in Miami Beach eligible for registration," Shapiro estimated here at a workers' rally, "and many of them do not realize that their registration at the county court house has no validity in the councilmanic elections." Reports indicate that Shapiro led an earlier fight to purge-the Beach registration lists of some 7,000 voters, and he now has authorized all of his workers to concentrate on registration of eligible persons prior to the Saturday deadline, "regardless of any commitment to my or any other candidacy." The civic leader and attorney emphasized at the meeting that he is "running without the support of any individual or group, and that I endorse no other candidate." He reported that four headquarters for his campaign will be opened next week. \ MATZOH MEAL Para ..whlta... just right! Ideal far "breading" (hops. collets, croqoottos. Grand far all recipes. IAD E FROM "THE MATZOH WITH THE TASTE" Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS. INC. M NX 24th St. Miami 37. Flo. Phone 3-8868 M Excitingly Different Taste! Miami Office: 153 N.E. 29th St. Phono 824731 A Leadership Award Medallion is presented by campaign chairman Howard Kane (left) to Combined Jewish Appeal Trades Chairman Sam J. Heiman at ceremonies in the Westview Country Club. Presentation was the highlight of a report meeting at which Kane announced that more than $1,155,000 had been raised in the 1953 campaign. Heiman's trades division has raised more than one-half of this amount and plans to complete its guota within the next three weeks. Kiwanis Hold Annual Charity Ball Game The NoHhside Kiwanis Club is sponsoring its fourth annual charity baseball game at the Miami Stadium tonight at 8:15 p.m. Proceeds from the Miami Sun Sox-Fort Lauderdale Lions game will provide the main source of revenue to finance the Northside Kiwanis charitable activities during the year. These include: Occupational Therapy Department of the Crippled Children's Society, emergency case work in Dade County schools, Christmas baskets, scholarship fund, Miami Shores Junior Rifle Club and the agriculture fund. Altogether, financing these activities requires some $7,000 a year, according to Ralph Renick, chairman of the Public Relations Committee. Club members have already sold over 3,000 tickets to the May 1st baseball game. A crowd of some 7,000 persons is ex-, pected. Mrs. Dave Alper Named President Of Beach B'nai B'rith Women Group Radio Synagog Rabbi S. M. Machtei's sermon subject at 9 a.m., Sunday, on the Radio Synagog over station WQAM will be: Perchance To Dream. Mrs. Dave Alper has been elected president of the Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Women's Chapter. She is a past president of Emunah Chapter, OES. Vice presidents elected for the coming year are the Mesdames Sam Nudelman, Helen Sanders, Charles Silvers and Michel Sossin; Gus Solomon, treasurer; Maurice Weltman, financial secretary; Bernard Lowenthal, recording secretary; Herman Stern and Theodore Isaacs, corresponding secretaries; Lill Korson, sentinel; Benjamin Rimer, guardian; and Ben Lebow, counselor. Honorary trustees are the Mesdames Carl Weinkle, Sol Goldstrom and Harry Kaufman. Trustees are the Mesdames Harold Turk, Ann Satin, Ida Optner and Milton Weinkle. Mrs. Charles Alter will serve as parliamentarian. 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k. MAY 1. 1953 UHnalysFled [wn Volition (JTA) — Reports eman„m this city indicate that ban director of a Grenoble ,•_, Home. Miss Antoinette bid here that two Jew, refugee boys she had bapnd raised in the Roman t faith fled into Spain from [on their own initiative. (oaths, Robert and Gerald aged 11 and nine, were i, the home by their parents | the German occupation of J early in the war. SubseL thev disappeared. Its on'the part of the Finaly i' S relatives to have them [the family proved futile, ng to reports. It was later i that Miss Brun had baphe children and urged that E bestow upon her their guardianship. Subsequent arrest of several l, priests and nuns for albmplicity in their flight has I up a religious controversy Lee Higher Catholic dignifhave condemned the baplid removal of the children Tre now calling upon those t the Kinalys to return them. *JmistncridlicTin PAGE 3 B Report Shows Israel's Economic Development lent inu lav Heads glor-Granada regular election of the Flagnada Jewish Community was held last week. Named was Irving Lax. rs are: vice president, Edteyscr; recording secretary, Harry Hirsch; corresponding ry, Mrs. Isadore Burak; rer, Ily Coverman; and fill secretary, Morton Elternbers elected to the Board he term of one year were es Adelman, Leon Bernard, Cohen, Mrs. Jesse Freed, Mrs. ke Gittleson, Samuel Hollandfimuel Kirschner, Ralph Lang, Tlein. ert Tauber, Morris Fisher, krd Logue, Joseph Masters, rd Moore, Leo Rothstein, | Shaw. Mrs. Walter Stewart, Sidney Stiller, Harold ppf, Al Zeigler and Sidney new officers were install[ a banquet in the Colony Resnt last Sunday evening. Israel Government officials and top leaders of world Jewry joined in affirming, on the heels of Isreal's fifth anniversary, that the young nation is entering a period of accelerated economic development which will assure her selfsufficiency in the years to come. This prediction was contained in messages from Dr. Nahum Goldmann, chairman of the Jewish Agency Executive, Ambassador Abba Eban of Israel, and Mrs. Rose L. Halprin, member of the Jewish Agency Executive, appearing in the Israel Anniversary Issue of Economic Horizons, monthly publication of the Jewish Agency's Economic Department in New York. Israel's favorable economic outlook, as noted in the messages, is based on the country's expanding industrial and agricultural production, on the discovery and exploitation of valuable natural resources, on increased foreign investments and on the delivery of vital materials from Germany under the terms of the recently concluded restitution agreement between i Israel and the West German Republic. bbi Harry Z. Schreiner, of fcrris Plains, New Jersey, k> returned to the Uhited ptes recently after eleven ^nths of service as an *ArChaplain in Korea, has sn named National Chapof the Jewish War Vets ol the United States, it Is announced by Jesse oss. National Commander |theJWV. Rabbi Schreiner presently the spiritual Oder of the Morristown, iw Jersey, Jewish CommunCenter and has previousserved congregations in utle Y and Kearney, New wey. as well aa in Vanpuver, British Columbia. A werve Chaplain with the (wd Engineer Battalion of 7 8th Infantry Division 1 19 to 1950. Rabbi wreiner entered an acv in November, 1950, and overseas in 1951. Dr. Goldmann, chief negotiator and one of the signers of this agreement, declared in Economic Horizons that the settlement with Germany "provides the wherewithal for the establishment of new factories, the extension of Israel's agriculture, railways and roads, the expansion of her harbors and other developments." He added, however, that the German deliveries "challenge Israel's capacity for planning and her ability to utilize these goods in the most judicious manner." He warned that "the maximal rational utilization of these German goods is contingent on the continual flow, for several years to come, of foreign currency revenue from UJA, Israel Bonds, Export-Import Bank loans, grants-in-aid and private investments." Reviewing Israel's e c o nomic progress over the past four years, Ambassador Eban praised the valuable contributions from the US on the governmental, philan thropic and investment levels. He noted his country's progress in developing its natural resources, particularly potash, copper and manganese, and the steps taken by the Israel Government to attract private investment capital in all fields of economic development. Ambassador Eban warned that "the early years ahead will still be governed by austerity and economic hardship." He added, however, that he was confident that "with increased capital development, the coming years will confirm our supreme confidence and carry us considerably along the road to a strong and balanced economy." Mrs. Halprin, who is in charge of the Jewish Agency's Economic Department in New York, cited a report by the Israel Government Investment Center which reveals that 1,445 enterprises, involving a proposed foreign investment of $179,000,000 plus 78,400,000 pounds from Israel sources, had been "approved" or "recommended" as of the end of last year. "A noteworthy feature of the new investments is the fact that private enterprise accounted for 93 percent of the "approved" projects. It is Bricker's Haste To Appease Scotches US Leadership In Human Rights In 150, Dean Rusk, then Deputy Under Secretary of State, actually begged a Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee to ratify a UN convention designed to protect minorities. Rusk told the Senators "the worst crimes of Nero against the Christians failed to reach the level of those perpetrated by Hitler against the Jews. No one can yet have forgotten the organized butcher of racial groups by the Nazis, our enemies in [World War n, which has resulted in the extermination of some 6,000,000 Jew* These events so shocked the conscience of civilized men that after World I it had come to be accepted that such conduct could not longer be tolerated in civilized society and that it should be prohibited by the international community." "Thus," Ifid Rusk, "the Unittd States has cooperated in the past with other nations in the suppresJewish Floridian News Feature sion of such lesser offenses as the killing of fur seals. It is natural that other nations look to the United States for cooperation in the suppression of the most heinous offense of all—the destruction of human groups." Following Rusk's testimony, Senator Bricker drafted a resolution providing for a Constitutional Amendment to prevent ratification of the genocide and human rights accords. Bricker condemned those who would protect minorities as "opportunists" and said the Human Rights Covenant was Communistic. Other Senators, mostly Republicans, joined Bricker until 64 names appeared on his resolution. Dulles agreed with Bricker's opposition to human rights and praised Bricker but also that the resolution be delayed for further study because it was so sweeping it might interfere with military alliances and treaties against Communism. When the Senate recently adopted a protest against Soviet religious discrimination, Dulles cautioned Senators not to mention the Jews or Israel too prominently because this might somehow offend the Arab world. Organizations concerned with religious and racial problems are waiting anxiously for Dulles to define his actual views more clearly. Columnist Doris Fleeson had this to say: "In its haste to appease Republican nationalists led by Senator Bricker, the Eisenhower Administration has thrown away the opportunity to make a strategic retreat on principle which would have left intact American leadership in the field of human rights. The Soviet Union does not now need to worry about ways to wriggle out of signing a United Nations Covenant on Human Rights." significant and encouraging that US and Canadian investors participated in one-third of all approved enterprises," Mrs. Halprin said. "Translated into concrete evidence of achievement, these figures mean that new plants have been going up in Israel, producing many items not previously manufactured there. They include assembly plants for automobiles, trucks, refrigerators, typewriters and radios, plants producing fertilizers, plastic fibres, paper, tires and automobile parts, and a host of other new enterprises." Israel's e x panding production, which will improve the country's foreign trade balance, was discussed in an article by Dr. E. A. Lewin, First Secretary, Economic Affairs, of the Israel Embassy in Washington. Another article in the Anniversary Issue, by Pinhas Sapir, director of Development of the Israel Finance Ministry, discussed increasing agricultural production as a result of the establishment of new settlements and general expansion of the acreage under cultivation and irrigation. In addition, large sums have gone to Israel for development of the country's economy through the Palestine Economic Corporation and other investment instrumentalities in which Americans participate. This help from Oe United States has been by far the greatest financial assistance ever given by the people of one democracy to those of another. It has been achieved through the diligent labors of American Jews and their fellow-Zionists in Israel, but its implications go far beyond that of aid and sustenance. Many in this country remember that the United States, in her days of development, was also greatly dependent upon foreign capital; and many many more are conscious that in helping build a democratic outpost in the strategic Middle East, they are supporting a cause which transcends even the rehabilitation of a people and the consummation of an ancient dream. They are. helping extend the boundaries of human freedom in a day whe human freedom alone stands be* tween them and what well may be annihilation. J



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i ^^wiislbJEIIiDipidliiaun MIAMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY. MAY 1, 1953 SEC. B >•*> ,\IKS L %  Arab Delegates At UN Stand Behind Red Move On Zionism x*^--' M-eW new immigrant who worked in the Casablanca phosLe mines is a copper miner in Israel. .U v IN Named BIG Chairman pTON—Lawrence G. I.askey, kston, communal leader here rman o{ the Greater Boslommittee for State of Israel has accepted the national nanship of Israel Bond BIG which will be observed ghoul the nation on Sunday, 14th, it was announced by i B. Venezky, chairman of the jrtivo Committee of the Israel organization. Da\, which will mark the UNITED NATIONS (JTA) — Edward A. Rizk. of Lebanon, said here last week that "the Zionists had worked themselves into a frenzy" spreading "wild and extravagant rumors" about anti-Jewish persecutions in the countries behind the Iron Curtain, He added that they had "some measure of success" in arousing world public opinion "through their control of the press, radio and television and because of the tendency of world "the oft-repeated demand of Israeli spokesmen and Zionist sympathizers that the Jewish citizens of the East European countries and the Soviet Union be permitted to emigrate to Israel." "This agitation," he said, "could not be overlooked by anyone interested in peace and stability in the Middle East. It was a cause of anxiety and concern for the Arab governments. New waves of mass immigration to Israel would enpublic opinion to accept rumors at j danger them all." The Arab representative said that "Israel's claim to represent and speak for world Jewry constitutes another factor laden with Middle East." He emphasized that the Arab countries "see nothing strange in the Soviet attitude that it was delayed. The group of countries of the Middle East also entertain no relations with a state founded on a Zionist ideology which seeks to expand through immigration and other means. We hope that some other countries are also on their way to see the realities and implications of this situation." "Modern Protocol*" In his reply to the Arab allegations and his summary of the Israel position, Ambassador Eban face value, without checking them." Declaring that his government, as well as the government of all the other Arab states, are against grave dangers for peace This he' out shar P 1 >' at the Arab dele anti-Semitism because the Arabs, declared, was "ludicrous from' the l ? ates anllIsrael statesments who, too, were of the Semitic race, the j point of view of international law" | e s K ald ,'. revealed an ''hysterical Lebanese representative said that, and had "very dangerous and farone of the reasons why this delereaching implications," to maingation condemns anti-Semitic prejj tain that anti-Zionism was tantaudice is because "the Arrb states mount to anti-Semitism and to rahad paid a very dear price for the | cial and religious prejudice. Justifies Soviet Action in their climax of the Spring, 1953 phase of the Israel Bond drive, will be observed on June 44111, In cities throughout the United States as an intensive one-day house-to-house | canvass in behalf of the State of Israel Bond drive, Venezky reported. He pointed out that the oneday effort will help Israel, now entering its sixth year of statehood, to achieve rapid advances in its struggle for economic self-tuffi ciency. Dr. Farid Zeineddine, Syrian delegate, told the UN Political Committee that the stand on Zionism lately taken by the Soviet Union and the severance of relations with Israel were not a question of religion or religious minorities but a political question. The Soviet Union, he said, was wave of anti-Semitic persecution which swept over Europe in the loss of Palestine and the consequent forcible uprooting of 1,000,000 of its rightful Arab inhabitants." Oppose Emigration A resurgence of anti-Semitism in Eastern Europe, he went on, would mean a further exodus of millions of Jews to Israel, greatly increasing Israel's military power and tempting Israel "to expand beyond its present illegally-held frontiers." He took exception to the realities of the situation in the Jew-baiting vehemence," speeches. Declaring that the unprovoked denunciations of the representatives of Iraq and Syria constitute "a modern edition of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion," Mr. Eban condemned the Arab charges. He described the Lebanese representative's assertion that the Zionists had invented and exaggerated the whole anti-Jewish campaign behind the Iron Curtain as a "false and ghoulish remark," one of the worst he had ever heard. The Israel Ambassador declared Gtf TO KHOW \MV\rVT GOOD & FRANKFURTERS CORNED BEEF SALAMI BOLOGNA PASTRAKI You just haven't tasted a really frankfurter until you taste these. Choice Western corn-fed beef, subtly seasoned te tantalizing goodness. And the Salami is truly truly wonderful. Nothing matches the exquisite, exalted bouquet and flavor of salami that carries the proud Israel Kosher trade markl LOOK FOR THIS SIGN "being prompted by the urge to,. J„„I .T.i.i. %  7i„_i„~. „~A T~..II „„i 'that the issue did exist and that, deal with Zionism and Israeli polL. .. ;-.. „_ .K„;. „..,.. mn -i„" „„,i i^Ai though Israel was satisfied with icy on their own merits and indi-, ., .... ... —.j •• nn A -„f the Moscow statement, it still did cated a good understanding of not erase Zionist indignation over the Slansky trial in Prague at which Israel and Jews were vilified. "We still say to the Communist leaders: "What about the results of the original libels, their effect in the Middle East, the contagion which has spread into the very heart of our region?" "Can we be consoled," he asked, "if the doctrine of the world Jewish conspiracy is now banished from Pravda and Izvestia only to find a sounding board, in far worse form, at Arab desks in the United Nations?" He said that the climax of the "sorry" Arab assault was the statement made by the Syrian representative that Israel and the Zionist movement were plotting to unleash a new world war. >fmuntl ISRAEL KOSHER... Get What You Demand! Israel National Kosher Sausage Co., Inc 230 N.W. 5th STREET MIAMI Phone. 3-0721 3-4225 tfc. ,.^|^ UMI Je~* t-*.slry eet*. firmer i.i V* Heae.ar.tfc ZHnists, Christians Committee Sponsor Joint Celebration The Zionist Council of South Florida and the Greater Miami Chapter of the American Christian Palestine Committee are jointly sponsoring a fifth anniversary celebration of Israel's independence on Thursday evening. May 14th,*8 p.m., in Flamingo Park. The program will include the drama, The Prince Of Israel, written and directed by Professor Sam Hirsch, of the University of Miami, with music arranged by Robert Strassburg and rendered by Cantor Samuel Kelemer, of Temple Beth Sholom. Also on the program will be Dr. H. Franklin Williams, co-chairman, and Reverend Edward W. Ullrich, vice chairman, o f the Greater Miami Chapter of the American Christian Palestine Committee. The committee includes Mrs. Bee Jaffer, Fred Jonas. Dr. Emanuel Kaplan, Mrs. Emanuei Karger, Fred Shochet. Mrs. George M. Cohen, Rabbi Samuel S. Lerer, Mrs. I Anna Brnner Meyers, Burnett Roth, Gerald Schwartz. I. S. ShaI poff and Mrs. Irwin Weinstein. Featured in the drama will be Mrs. Alfred Stone. Mrs. Samuel Sakrais, Miss Sylvia Chinio. Mrs. Bernard Stevens, Mrs. Dorothy Fink, Maurice Survis, Harold Shapiro, Morris Simon and Sydney Sachs. Heiman Awarded CJA Medallion Sam J. Heiman, chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal Trades Division, was the recipient of a silver medallion award from leaders of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation at a social and dance held at Westview Country Club last week. More than 250 persons attended the first annual event sponsored by the division as a means of paying tribute to its volunteer workers Gold pins bearing the Greater Miami Jewish Federation seal were presented to each of the Trades Division workrs attended the Westview-affair. Hostesses who were in charge of the program of entertainment and other arrangements included the Mesdames Sam J. Heiman, Sam Weissel, Sam Resnick, Leo Ackerman and Harold Rand. Howard Kane, campaign chairman, made the presentation. Brandeis Dedicates New $500,000 Athletic Center WALTHAM — In formal cereNew England shoe and leather inmonies last week, Brandeis University dedicated its new half-mildustry and Boston philanthropist who was until his death in 1950 a lion-dollar Abraham Shapiro Athmember of the Brandeis Board of letic Center. More than 500 shoe industry leaders and friends of the University attended the exercises. Named for the late dean of the Trustees, the athletic center wiH provide modern and complete sports facilities for Brandeis students. %  ar



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.'. l^wiisltUEIliDiciidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 27—Number 18 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 1. 1953 PRICE: TEN CENTS ienhower Asks Admission 240,000 More Refugees ImNGTON (JTA)—President Dwight Eisenhower told a news be this week that his request for emergency legislation to ad00 refugees above the immigration quotas within two years parate and different matter from the revisions of the McCarfer immigration Act he had asked in his State of the Union •President explained to newsmen that he had asked for emerglugee legislation to admit 240,000 Europeans because it was k. On the question of revision of the McCarran-Walter regulalich cover citizenship to technicalities and a much wider scope i actual admission of aliens, President Eisenhower said he lived communications dealing with the Act and listing comIgainst it. He did not indicate what he might do about revising [but made it clear that he felt the emergency refugee legislate a separate question. his request to Congress, the President described the refugee Tin Europe now intensified by the flight from behind the L a in and pointed out that "these refugees and escapees searchberately for freedom look to the free world for haven." He id the problem of population pressure and told Congress that operative that we join with the other nations in helping to ilution to these grave questions. lese refugees, escapees and distressed peoples," President Iwer warned, "now constitute an economic and political threat _antly growing magnitude. They look to traditional American hupan concern for the oppressed." > President called on Congress "for reasonable steps to help eople to the extent that we share the obligation of the free anwhile, Congress this week indicated a "go slow" attitude in ting the President's request. Most members of immigration subJtees in the Senate and House indicated they wanted to study Lest more carefully before committing themselves, hator Pat McCarran, of the Senate Judicial Committee, said he have no comment mrtiMte could learn what President Eisenfis driving at 1 .' Senator Arthur V. Watkins, of Utah, chairman Immigration Sub-Committee, said his group would give "careful [ration" to the President's request. Representative Kenneth B. V a New York Republican member of the House Immigration nmittee, indicated that he would want "to study all the mv kns very carefully." _________ McCarran Act Review Is Advised WASHINGTON (JTA) — President Eisenhower asked a Congressional committee to start hearings on "injustices" in the McCarranWalter Immigration Act against which liberal American and Jewish groups protested prior to its passage by Congress. Revision of certain provisions of this law was promised by General Eisenhower during the Presidential election campaign. Senator Arthur V. Watkins, chairman of the Senate Immigration Subcommittee, revealed that he had received a letter from President Eisenhower, dated April 16th, asking for a new study of immigration operations with a view to correcting the "injustices" of the McCarran-Walter Act. The Senate Subcommittee was requested by President Eisenhower to invite all concerned "to testify j regarding the provisions of which they complain." He urged the Subcommittee to investigate the complaints and draft substitute legislation" which would be fair and just to all." These axe the first Jewish refugees from Soviet-controlled East Germany to reach Israel. Erwin Hilkowitz, steamfitter and toolmaker, is shown with his daughter Monica, 7, just before they left Europe on the last lap of their journey to freedom. Escaped from East Germany, they arrived in Israel on Sunday, April 19th, in time to celebrate its fifth anniversary. Their trip to Haifa on the maiden voyage of the SS Jerusalem was financed by the United Jewish Appeal. _HC Meet ts Attack Schools YORK (JTA) — A group Reform Jewish leaders from 1s of the country, headed I Maurice N. Eisendrath, pres| i the Union of American Congregations, was to (for Israel this week to study lest means of implementing fganization's decision to exhe utmost material and spir>id to Israel. decision was taken at the session of the 80th annual pi convention of the Reform organizations representing 1 Reform Jews in the United The delegation will spend I weeks in Israel, [chief resolution denounced Iponsihle attacks on our pubIhool system which exaggerfe small number of subversive ers out of all proportion to h"ue facts." The resolution "Investigations should be luded in a spirit of fair play | solely as a search for the Shades of Gestapo: Israel May Ask For UN Aid In Border Problem JERUSALEM (JTA)—Israel may bring the problem of continuous Arab violation of its frontiers to the United Nations Security Council for solution, it was indicated here this week. At the same time, a high Israeli military source stressed that the army was "prepared" to handle any further aggression like the two-hour exchange of rifle fire set off here last week when Jordanians opened fire on Israeli civilians. This incident, in which four Is German Court Seeks Rademacher Airing raclis were wounded and at least four Arabs, including two members of the Arab Legion, were killed and five wounded, was halted by the intervention of UN truce officials. However, Israeli sources indicated that they felt that the truce supervision machinery was by voting Israel responsible of To Present hts Proposals NEVA (JTA) — The United proposals for a milder pro> of human rights than the inants discussed and drafted Ithe United Nations Human ps Commission for the past five P will formally be introduced P current session of the Common this week, it was indicated FRANKFURT (JTA) — The German Supreme Court has ordered a new trial for Franz Rademacher, one-t-iiie head of the Jewish Section of the Nazi Foreign Office who was convicted of manslaughter in connection with the annihilation of Jews and was then sentenced to 41 month in prison. The sentence was pronounced by a German court in Nuremberg. The prosecution had appealed the sentence as too mild and was upheld by the Supreme Court verdict. However, the victory is a hollow one since Rademacher was released from jail last year by the Bavarian authorities and promptly disappeared, reportedly to South America. In Bremen, meanwhile, the Jewish witnesses now residing in a number of different countries have definitely identified former Gestapo Lieutenant Fritz Hildebrand, commander of several concentration camps in Poland, as having committed brutalities against Jews, particularly children. Adele Holzmann, a resident of Tel Aviv, told the court trying Hildebrand of the brutalities inflicted on eight and ten-year-old Jewish children by the Nazi. Another witness identified the Gestapo man as having ordered the shooting of a dozen Jews at one concentration camp. In Munich, seven Gestapo officials have been indicted for deporting at least 3,655 Munich Jews needed was "high political action." The Israelis reported that at last week's meeting of the Israel-Jordan Mixed Armistice Commission the Arabs, aided by the UN chairman, Brigadier General Bennet De Ridder, "whitwashed" themselves to death camps during the Nazi regime. Only 150 returned after the war. The indictment charges the seven, all of whom were assigned to the Jewish Section of the Gestapo, with "being accessories to the deprivation of liberty" and with blackmail. The trial will probably be held in the summer. The district attorney has refrained from preferring charges of murder, or being accessories to murder, because it cannot be proved, according to him, that the seven were aware of the purpose of the deportations. He further holds that the Gestapo officials' criminal intent was directed not to their Jewish victims' annihilation, but merely to their removal from Germany. The Munich indictment follows a recent ruling of the German Supreme Court that deportations were an illegal act. The district attorney of Hanover subsequently refused to indict a Jew-baiting pamphleteer, against whom a criminal complaint had been filed by the Hamburg Society for Christian-Jewish Cooperation. The district attorney argued that such agitation was not covered by the legal definition of "incitement to violence" or "incitement to violate existing laws." The pamphleteer, Arthur Goetze, blamed "Jewish high finance" tor the rise of Hitler. inadequate at this time to end the series of increasingly-serious border violations and that what was CJF Director Silent Before Senate Probe WASHINGTON (JTA)—Harold Glasser, director of the Institute of Overseas Studies of the Council of Jewish Federations and Wei-' fare Funds, invoked the Fifth Amendment against self-incrimination last week when asked by the Senate Internal Security Sub-committee whether he now was or had been a Communist during his 12 years of Federation service. Chief Counsel Robert Morris told the committee that previous witnesses had identified Glasser as an "active Communist." Mr. Crasser declined to answer any questions concerning Communism. In response to questions, he described his work as advisor to the then Secretary of State George C Marshall and to the then Under Secretary of State Dean Acheson and discussed his conferences with them but refused to say whether before offering advice to Mr. Marshall at the meeting of the foreign ministers in Moscow in 1947. "trumped up" charges in connection with the shooting of two Jewish guards near Wadi Fuken. Seek Removal of Official General de Ridder refusd to put to a vote an Israel motion deploring and condemning the action of Arabs at that frontier spot. The Israelis charged that one of the two men murdered by the Arabs had previously been wounded and dragged across the border into Jordan territory where he was killed. When General de Ridder refused to put these charges to a vote, the Israelis refused to participate in the vote on the Jordan-sponsored item. This is the latest in a series of clashes between the Israelis and the UN chairmen, whose removal they seek. Meanwhile, the Jordanians are reported to have lodged a new protest with the armistice commission on the Jerusalem shooting fray. I .1A To Open Emergency Drive NEW YORK—The United Jewish Appeal this weekend will launch an emergency short-term drive to raise a minimum $25,000,000 cash fund to help overcome the effects in Israel of a recent $10,000,000 crop failure and to speed the creation there of critically needed new settlements and immigrant housing in anticipation of refugees fleeing continuing antiJewish tensions in Eastern Europe.



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lAYiMAYJijaSSL *-Jel$trhrMinn PAGE 5 A lerotion Meet Honor Klass the 15th annual meeting of realcr Miami Jewish Federan Sunday, May 17th, in the ss Hotel, the Greater Miami ity will pay its respects to s Klass. executive director, has served continuously as of the agency since 1941. ording to Mrs. Milton Sirkin, an of the event, the tribute ss will be the general theme program. The director the service of the agency hter business in Miami with ptop Cooler and Ventilating c, religious, educational and ai leaders in the community Expected to join with figures |e world of social welfare to tribute to the executive direcachievemcnts in community ling and fund raising here gh the Combined Jewish Ap_ the past 12 years. A proof entertainment will be preunder the direction of Mrs. Chertkof, Al Comanor and ;. Gettinger. event will be held in the ess Coronation Room which more than 500 persons. Mrs. Makovsky, chairman of artments. and Mrs. Aaron Farr, targe of attendance, have aned that reservations are bein order of acceptance. traditional meeting of the Jter Miami Jewish Federation llled for the purpose of electifficers, members of the Board overnors and trustees for the ng year. Carl Weinkle, presiFederation, has called the fction of all organization presiI to their responsibility of subnames of nominees so that oard of Governors will directIflect representation of the enIjewish community, fcward Kane, campaign chairwill report on the progress He CJA drive. %  */>** &$ Shown above is the Coral Gables Jewish Center which will dedicate its new House of Worship during Friday evening services tonight. Dr. Jacob R. Narot, spiritual leader of Temple Israel, will be principal speaker. The dedication marks the completion of a program instituted by a group of 21 families four years ago. According to Rabbi Morris A. Skop, the Coral Gables Jewish Center is the youngest synagogue in the Greater Miami area to be affiliated with the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. The institution is valued at more than $200,000 and has a membership of some 400 persons. Participating in the dedication will be A. Edgar Miller, president; Rabbi Skop; Cantor Irving Robinson; Judge Sam Silver, Herbert Gelernter and E. Herman Fisher, past presidents; and Ann Schulefand, Sisterhood president. The Dedication Committee, under Fisher's chairmanship, includes Mrs. Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Miller, Dr. and Mrs. Henry Green, Judge and Mrs. Silver, Rabbi and Mrs. Skop, Mr. and Mrs. Morry Horwitz and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adler. Music Week Begins Sunday National Music Week begins on Sunday and will run through May 10th. Miami Beach has scheduled a series of affairs to mark the nationwide observance, according to Miss Ruth Brotman, chairman. Mayor D. Lee Powell will inaugurate the week at Flamingo Park on Sunday evening, 8:30 p.m. The Miami Beach Civic Orchestra, under the direction of Robert Strassburg, will follow with a concert at the park. Norma Reiff, soprano, will appear as solo artist with the orchestra. ng Zionist Oneg Shabbat t Miami Young Zionist Diswill hold an Oneg Shabbat kht. 8:30 p.m., at 2191 SW 23x4 it. iphi i! Opens impaign Offices J. Kaplan, candidate for Mibeach City Council, this week )unccd the opening of his camheadquarters at 1350 Washpn Avenue, eviously, he addressed a gath; at the Roxy Hotel in Yiddish which he indicated that his aign would be based on deding "more hard working, less king, more common sense and Inonsense" in the City Council. \e 39year-old World War II ran said that he would fight til we see the result—a City nnl that's doing what it's supto be doing." U of M Ensemble Performs Bartok The University of Miami School of Music will present a program of ensemble music in Beaumont Hall on Monday evening, May 4th, at 8:30. Prepared by Renee Longy, the program will include Contrasts for Violin, Clareinet and Piano by Bartok: Dover Beach for Voica and String Quartet by Barber; Trio for Violin, Horn and Piano by Brahms; ^ and Trio for Flute, Viola and Harp by Debussy. Memorial For Abraham Keittin i The YIVO Committee of Greater Miami will hold a memorial meeting for the late Yiddish poet, Abraham Reisin, who died several weeks ago. The meeting is scheduled for Wednesday evening. May 6th, 8:30 p.m., at Temple Beth Sholom. Participating will be I. I. Schwartz, Yiddish and Hebrew poet; Dr. Alexander Mukdoni, literary critie; and Rubin Iseland, Yiddish journalist. Cantor Samuel Kelemer, of Temple Beth Sholom, will render the traditional mourning chant. Lag B'Omer Program In observance of Lag O'Bomer. students of the Beth David Sunday School dramatic and dance groups, under the direction of Miss Sylvia Milgram and Roni Hyman, will present a program during the assembly on Sunday morning. May 3rd. Beach Golden Agers Plan Boat Ride A sight-seeing boat ride will be held by the Golden Age Friendship Club of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, Beach Branch, on Sunday, May 3rd. at 4 p.m. The boat will leave from the Beach Chamber "of Commerce Docks on 5th Street and the MacArthur Causeway. Harry Levin is in charge of tickets. Meet Your Neighbor Harold Shapiro, commentator on the radio program, Meet Your Neighbor, special feature of the Yiddish Classical Hour, has invited as his guest speaker Albert E. Oss'm on Sunday, May 3rd, 8:15 p.m., over Station WINZ. Ossip's topic is: About Face. Beach Canter Lag O'Bomer Picnic The Miami Beach Jewish Center will celebrate the holiday of Lag B'omer with an all day outing and picnic on Sunday, May 3rd, in Greynolds Park. Beginning at 10 a.m., the outing will feature com View Problem Of Children Here What Shall I Do With My Child This Summer, was the theme of a discussion held during a coffee of the Hebrew Academy Room Mothers Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Alexander Kogan, 3722 Royal Palm Avenue. Guest speakers were Byron Wheeler, director of recreation. City of Miami Beach, and Gus Jacobson, social worker and business executive. Mrs. Kogan, chairman of the Hebrew Academy Room Mothers, introduced the participants. Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz, president of the Tebrew Academy Women, reported briefly on the progress of the Gift Shop recently established in the lobby of the Academy building. Mrs. Joseph Zemel, Library Committee chairman addressed the meeting on plans for the acquisition of new volumes. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prinpetitive sports events and boating and games for students of the Cen-cipal. delivered a brief education ter Religious School. report. Stein, Bedetti To Appear In Last UM Concert Of Season; Mozart, Brahms The ninth and last pair of subscription concerts by the University of Miami' Symphony Orchestra, with John Bitter conducting, will take place on May 10th, at the Miami Beach Auditorium, and May 11th, at the Dade County Auditorium. Featured performers will be Isaac Stern, internationally known lajor Philip Hess, Special Service Officer of the Marine Corps to Station, encounters ex-classmate A. I. Kaplan, candidate City Council, at the Servicemen's Center first birthday ty. last Friday, in the Miami Beach Auditorium. The two n attended the University of Miami School of Bu?, 1 6 ** ^ministration years ago. Looking on is Maurice Doc Pein. Kaplan serves as chairman of the Servicemen's Com'ittee for the Miami Beach Elk's Lodge. violinist, and Jean Bedetti, 'cellist and member of the music faculty at the University of Miami and for 28 years an associate of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Mr. Stern will perform the Mozart Violin Concerto No. 3 in G major. He will be joined by Mr. Bedetti during the second half of the program in a reading of the Brahms Double Concerto for Violin and 'Cello. Isaac Stern was born in 1920 in Kriminiesz, Russia. He did not go in lace and patent leather to one of Russia's prodigy factories. Instead, his parents brought him to San Francisco when he was one year old. At six, Stern began studying the piano. Two years lat-1 er. he switched to the violin, hisj interest being aroused by the in-, cessant practising of a next-door neighbor. At ten, he entered the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, and by the time of his local debut one year later, he had far outstripped his violin-practising neighbor. He proceeded to guest performances under Pierre Montcux's direction and later to appearances with the Los Angeles, Portland. Seattle, Minneapolis and Chicago Orchestras. Stern was launched on the concert route after his promising New York debut in 1937, and his steady upward climb was followed with interest by critics from coast-tocoast. With his Carnegie Hall concert on January 12, 1943, he rocketed into the sparsely populated realm of first-flight violinists. Claude Pepper, former Senator of Florida (center), was the principal speaker at a Combined Jewish Appeal kickoff breakfast in Miami Beach. Shown with Pepper are (left to right) Sam Heiman, Trades Division chairman; Harold Shapiro, Beach chairman; Harry Zukernick, Metropolitan chairman; The newest leisure time activity for members of the Golden Age Friendship Club of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center is the art of making colorful floral pieces from nylon and other simple materials. Henry Berg, instructor (standing), guides a large group in this relaxing hobby every Tuesday niqht at the Center's Town Branch. Members shown in the picture are (left to riqht) Mrs. Sara Harrisburg, Rudolph Koses. Mrs. Ida Shargaa and Mrs. Rebacca Solon.



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IAY1 ^953 .... ,, MB EM IN RETROSPECT +J**lrH*-n By DR. M. A. LIPKIND LrrOR'S NOTE: Dr. Lipkind Retired physician and a stu(of Jewish history and Uterine has written many articles threw, Yiddish and English edical .subjects and Jewish [tic and philosophic thought.) aham Reisen was the most j Yiddish writer among ,n every walk of life, in every •there they lived and in every %  where the Jewish word was ns life was as rich in crerork as it was long inyears. voted many more years to work than apparently has er modern Yiddish writer. je his debut in 1889, that is rs afio. with an article in linen Folksblatt. n was born in 1876, in Russia. His father was a a Maskil, and withal, an d man. He taught Reisen Russian and German. The gan early to write in Yidut clandestinely, for his [despised the Yiddish of that ,'hat drove young Reisen to iddish as his medium deie opposition of his father a psychological enigma. n began his life-work in literature before modern had its beginning, for at e the three fathers of the e, Mendele, Peretz and Aleichem, had not yet comtheir classical works. Reisen ith the growth and developthe Yiddish literature and himself to its changes. He t exerted a strong influfhree generations of writpoets. i0, he issued a magazine, entietli Century, with the uppurt of Peretz and Norntiero for the first time Reilainied Yiddish as the Jewal language. He wrote id poems for the forbidden ions of the Bund, songs e Want, Kirchen Gloken, liet. Huliet Baize Winton. ngs inspired political demos, meetings and those in prisons, especially in t decade of this century, me tho most popular singthe Jewish revolutionary int. in his life, he began an that look him to most of at centers of culture and kh learning. He lived with and observed the Jews of the many lands, the people for whom he sang and spun his memorable stories. He visited America three times. It was during his last visit that he remained here and wrote for the Jewish Forward. In 1917, he joined the staff of Der Tag. Reisen 's genuis displays many facets. He was among those few writers who were talented in both prose and poetry. One writer remarked: "The Russians had their Pushkin and Lermantov, the Germans had Heinrich Heine, the Jews —Abraham Reisen." Reisen was to the end a very prolific writer. He published poems, short stories and autobiographical sketches. He was recognized as one of the most prominent Yiddish lyric poets and story-tellers. Fourth in line of the fathers of modem Yiddish literature he was first of the new generation neo-classists, including Sholem Asch and Nomberg. He is undoubtedly first in popularity and love of the Jewish people. Dr. Alexander Mukdoni, dean of Yiddish literary critics, attributes the great love for Reisen to his own innate love for all men and his sympathy and compassion towards suffering humanity in general. This motive permeates all his poems. He was both a national and universal poet and at the same time a folk-singer. As a lyric poet, Reisen expresses suffering and pain, but he augments this with a measure of consolation and hope. The quiet sadness and honest simplicity of his poems penetrate into the deep recesses of the hearts of the masses. One critic said: "Up to Reisen, poems were written in Yiddish. Reisen writes Yiddish poems." Reisen also perfected. the short story and sketch to the highest literary perfection. He endowed his stories with a quiet, hearty humor blended with dramatic and psychological depth. Serving as a beacon of light for two generations of writers and poets, he remained to the end of his long life a great interpreter of Jewish life—a Jewish way of life based on truth and social justice which rises to heights of pathos, martyrdom and hope culminating in universal love of humanity and the joy of being. .*-*T,rxmr--y- --*' % ^\ r PftGE *1 A Harefe Jfrumpf Harold Strumpt Admitted To Florida Rar Harold Strumpf, former New York attorney and Miami resident for the past six years, has been admitted to practice law in the State of Florida. Strumpf attended Fordham University, Brooklyn Law School and recently completed a three-year law course at the University of Miami in 20 months. He has opened offices for the general practice of law in the Langford Building, Miami. During World War II, Strumpf served in the Air Corps as an instructor and later as an administrative assistant. He is a Past Chancellor of the Knights of Pythias and has been active in various Jewish community affairs. He is secretary and publicity chairman of the Religious Activities Committee of the Flasler-Granada Jewish Community Center and was recently elected to the Board of Directors there. WorEter* To See -ivssvl Film George Jessel and his teen age daughter, Jerilyn, will be the stars I of a film entitled, Adventure In | Israel, to be shown at a CJA workers' report rally of the Metropolitan Division on Monday evening, May 4th, 8 p.m., in the Town Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. The Jessel film will be shown to workers for the first time in the Greater Miami area. Made with the cooperation of the Hollywood motion picture industry, the film brought cameramen, as well as Mr. Jessel and his daughter, deep into the parched Negev. Irving Saal, southwest area chairman for the Combined Jewish Appeal, has extended an invitation to all residents of the area to see the film and to hear a brief address by M. J. Kopelowitz, civic leader and chairman of the Miami area. The Metropolitan Division is the last unit to conduct the campaign for funds which supports a relief program in Israel and maintains a host of national and local institutions. LEGAL NOTICE ILEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW -NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious* name ol PLASTIC ILORIST CO. (Not lnr > at 119 NE 6th Htreet. Miami, Intend to register said name with the clerk Of tin Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ALBERT J. HIRSCH i-•> CHARI ES i-i'i'wn; ig and Valve fob $6 4iv IOTALOY DOEiHT [HILE YOU DRIVE! [OPS OIL BURNING!! USES COMPRESSION!! I SAVES FUEL!! bmenl to buy! No work to % i.iy with old-fashioned I of replacing worn pistons, lid valve* by Just dropping i labs in fuel tank of cars, itti(,t,,i.y.les, tractors. DlesTjy Internal combustion en%  ulaloy does the reet. It Pl> Morn rings, valves, plsIvi l r u ,? n tlnplatlng prornlch wlir last for JOfcOOO guaranteed non-Injurious to "Sines. r -j m reeults no ted 1 miles. four Molaloy Today from T. W. MURTHA P*S S.W. 8th Street Tr *'l" Ph. 83-4520 City Council March Of Time On Simon Seiden's Program Miami Beach City Council March of Time will be featured on Simon Seiden's Jewish Forum of the Air Sunday, May 3rd, 10 a.m., over station WMIE. ADRIAN McCUNE Real Estate Consultant 203 First Federal Bid* PHONE 3-77W LEYI PLUMBING COMPANY "Established 1924" 2141 8.W3rd St, Call 9-1418 ISTAR of DAVID MEMORIAL PARK "WISH 64KDIN Of tTlKMAL fMCI Bernard E. Supworth, Pres. W. I PALMETTO ROAD, SOUTH MIAMI FH. 67-3669 "e rTite. Terms May Be Art-meed Onini IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 26066 RE: ESTATE OF LEON FREED, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is herebj liven that l nave filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executrix the estati el LEI >N FREE I >, di ea; and that on the nth day ol Hey, IfM, l will apply in the Honorable W. I' BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval if cald final report and for final discharge ; %  Executrix of the Estate of LEON FREED, deceased. This tSrd day of April, 1 :•"„•: %  MAE B. FREED, Executrix of the Sstate of LEON FREED, Deceased. MYERS, 11 KIM AN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Kxccutrix 1/1-8-15-21 Isaac Shalom Mirkin is the foundei of Ir Shalom, the American-Israeli model city which is scheduled to be constructed on a proposed site of some 150 acres north of Natanya and midway between Tel Aviv and Haifa. The model city will consist of apartment hotels with selfsufficient suites designed to meet the needs of retired people. A communal project, it will offer restaurant facilities, maid service, social and recreation halls, library, steam bath, movies, shopping center, synagogue and an infirmary. According to Mirkin, leaders in the field of Geriatrics will be on call to service the requirements of Ir Shalom's residents. Information is available at 55 Liberty Street, New York City. Ti • — ^". woo M" tJernard tJeaal NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 319 ROPER BlDG., MIAMI 32. FLA. OFFICE 2-0507 RESIDENCE 67-3588 Miller Electric Co. Quality Contracting and Service 820 S. W. 4th St. Phone 9-2477 INSURA Net ui *w vfe 170 UNCOl" • I MIAMI BEACH. FLA I ... /, SAFETY GLASS INSTALLED IN ALL CAHS AUTO WAPCK & HARDWARE EXPERT REPAIRS ON HYDRAULIC WINDOWS Sales and Service at 1304 N. E. 2nd Avenue IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 159023 PRINGLE WARD and CHARITY DARD, ills wife, Plaintiffs, vs. H. 8. <;IFI ix and QIFCTir, his wife. If married, and FliED W. KINi, .11!., :ind KIM;. JR., his wife, if married, Defendant* NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THK NAME OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: ll. B. OIFPEN, if living, and GUFIN, his wife, if married and living; FRED VV. KINO, JR., and KINO, 11!.. his wife, If married and living, whose residences are unknown; ALL CNKNOWN heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors or other parties claiming by, through, under or against H. S. Git'KIN and MIED \V. KIN';, JR., not known to be dead or alive; AND ALSO as to each of the above named defendant individuals, if they be deceased, then all unknown heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors or other parties claiming by, through, under or against such defendants) AND ALSO all other and unknown persons having or claiming to have any right, title or Interest In the property which Is the subject matter of this suit, said property lying and being In Dade County, Florida, and more particularly described as follows: Lot IS, In Block 3, of KYMMHS-SHARMAN TRACT, according to the Plat thereof, recorded In Plat Hook 9 at page 170 of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida. YOIT AND BACH "IV(ir are hereby notified that a suit has been filed In the above named Court, by the plaintiffs above named, for the purpose of quieting title of the plaintiffs. In and to the property involved hereinabove described. TOO ARK HERERY ORDERED AND REQUIRED to file your Appearance In said suit on or before the 2nd day of June, 1951!. and in default of such Appearance, a Decree Pro ConfSSSO will be entered against you and each of you. This Opler to be published once a Week for four Ml consecutive weeks in the Jewish Florldlan, B Newspaper published in Dad.County, Florida. DONE AND ORDERED at the Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, thla IS day of April, 1958. B. B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the I !lr< till I 'ourt BJ WM. ,W. BTOCKINO, Deputy Clerk BEN ESSEN Attorney for plaintiffs S23 Scvbold Bid! M iml, Fl I. i 1-8-15-22 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 2S802-3 In Re: ESTATE OF IRVING ROCK. I To All Creditors and All I 'ei ion i ig i llaima or I lemanda As il al Be I I E late: You. and each of you, arc hereby notified and required to present any : i m aii'l deman li which you, or either of you, mas have against the •state of IRVING ROCK, decea s e d late of I >:tde < 'ounty, 1 IOI ida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offlcea In the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date oj the first publication hereof. Said claims or demand! to contain the legal aadresa of the claimant and to be -• %  to .i.i-l presented .is aforesaid, or same Will be barred. Date April 2. AD. I53. MORRIS ROCK, Ai Adn li Istrator of the Estate ol IRVING ROCK, Deceased. BERNARD S. HANDLER Attorney for Administrator 701 Congress Bldg Miami, Floi da :, l-g-15-22 Phone 9-3144 ACE RUG CLEANERS 26 S.W. South River Drive Phones 9-1155 & 82-2007 RUGS CLEANED, DYED and DEMOTHED Carpet Laying and Repairing FURNITURE CLEANING IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30016-B In lie: ESTATE "F EDWARD FRIEDMAN. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of you, may have against the estate of EDWARD KR1EDMAN. deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their office In the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address or the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 19*3 Probate Act. Dated April 9th. AD. 19J3. BERT FRIEDMAN. As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of EDWARD KTUEDMAN. Deceased. MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN By Louis Helman Attorneys for Executrix 4/17-24 — 5/1-8 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 158860 ISABEL MARUOLIES QUA., Plaintiff, -VBS1MNER DILL. Defendant. TO: SI'MXKR GIL ISO Warwick Street Methuen. Massachusetts YOU ARE HEREBY required to serve a copy of your Answer to Plaintiffs Hfll of Complaint for Divorce on Plaintiff's attorneys, WE1NSTEIN. WEINSTEIN ,v WE1NSTEJN, 420 Lincoln Road. .Miami Beach. Florida, and to file your original Answer in the office of the Clerk of the above Court on or before the ls( day of Jui II 'otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against yon. DATED at Miami, Florida, th!s 29 day of April. 1953. E B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court By M. C. GREEN, Deputy Clerk 5/1-S-15-22



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PAGE 2 A %  lewis* fkrkHar FLORIDA HADASSAH OPENS CONVENTION TOMORROW The Florida Region of Hadassah. numbering over 6,000 women, will hold its annual conference in Miami Beach on May 2nd through 4th, with headquarters at the Empress Hotel. At the initial session to be held on Saturday evening. May 2nd. at the Miami Beach Jewish Center, Mrs. Irwin Weinstein. president of the Greater Miami Chapter, will in troduce Mrs. Herman Klausner. of Jacksonville. Regional president, who will give her report. At the conclusion of the session, Mrs. Klausner will meet with the offiMrt. Anttll Mrs. Klausner as advisor to the three-day conference. Mrs. Ansell will be the featured cers of the region and all chapter i spe aker at the opening session and presidents. wiU <& the key-note for the three Mrs. Klausner. past president of I day par i, y j„ an address on: The the Jacksonville Chapter and a j Challenge Facing Us Today. She member of the National Board of Hadassah, is meeting here this week with Mrs. Milton Sirkin and Mrs. Louis Goldman, chairman and co-chairman respectively, to plan the program for the three-day parley which will be attended by delegates from all chapters in the state. Workshops and discussion groups, covering every phase of the work of Hadassah. both here and in Israel, will be the order of the day. The conference will also include a barbecue and swim party for out-of-town delegates and a Fun Fest Nite, when the local Shaloma group will present a skit. Life With Hadassah. directed by Mrs. Bernard Goldberg. Among t h e personalities here participating will be Dr. Maurice Lev. chief pathologist of Mount Sinai Hpit.i>; Dr. Miller A. F. Ritchie, head of (he Human Relations Department al the University of Miami; Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of the Miami Beach Jewish (enter: Mrs George Cohen, president of the Southern Zionist incil; and Mayor ii Lee Powell, of Miami Beach. will also be the featured speaker at the closing banquet on Monday evening. May 4th. at the Empress A member of the important Rural Colonization Commissions at the 1946 World Zionist Congress in Basle. Switzerland, she .spent four weeks in Israel in the spring of 1951. to observe at first-hand, both the land and settlement problems in the country and Hadassah's contributions to the growth of the new State. Formerly president of the Bos ton Chapter, then president of the New England Region, which she now serves as coordinator, Mrs. Ansell taught in the Syracuse, New York, high school system, served as vice president of the Montreal Council of Jewish Juniors and has been active in the League of Wornen Voters and Boston's Little Thea tre. She was recently awarded a gold medal by the Jordan Marsh Company as the New England woman who did most to advance j the cause of Israel. Some time earlier, the Boston Traveler seI lectcd her for its special newspaper I column. Gracious Ladies Of Bosf ton. The conference will sponsor a symposium on Human Relations on ; Sunday evening, with Mrs. Dorothy Kricger Fink as presiding officer and moderator. Mrs. George Cohen, chairman of the Zionist Council of South Florida, will extend greetings to the participating mem! bers of the panel who include Dr. Miller A. F. Ritchie, Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Mrs. Ansell.Dr. Ritchie has been with the University of Miami since 1946, serving as first professor in the School of Education, and since 1950. as endowed professor in Human Relations and head of the department. He has been appointed president of Hartwick College, Oneonta, New York, effective July 1st. Rabbi Lehrman is spiritual leader of the Miami Beach Jewish Cen ter. In 1947. he was chosen by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation to visit DP camps of Europe and Israel. He is a member of the Rabbinical Assembly of America and was recently chosen as a member of the Rabbinic Cabinet of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. mum NEW YORK A M I A M 5***<* 1 BE AC A COMPUTE C01UCTI0N M ^ FURS MWAYS PR, D T "* 6000 QUAmJ •££* RESTYLING & mm 0 DESIGNERS wlll „,£"* m usmiNc OF A9 FURS "* fTOXAGS FOR THE SAFEKEEPMr OF YOUR FURS %  MM STOMtt Mourn "HI INSURANCE COVERAGE Bonded Messenatr Will Call F.r Year Hrt dial 5871* UNCOIN ROAD Off. SAKS FIFTH AVENK MIAMI BEACH 1ST. ON MIAMI BEACH SINCE 1937 Israeli Leaders Confer With Mrs. Louis Glasser JERUSALEM Twenty-seven detailed reports on Israel's industry Mrs. Julian Ansell, of Newton and agriculture and meetings with Centre. Massachusetts, vice president <>1 National Hadassah. will act DAY WORKERS $5 & $6 and Fare COLORED MAIDS PART TIME OR FULL TIME IN PRIVATE HOMES SPECIALIZING Hotel Maids Porters Dishwashers ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. 1t Ave. Ph. 93607 No Charge to Employer UWGANTS \ MAY 91... \rmnTEs/& FOR FREE INSPECTION CALL World 1 Lo>gttl f ,,l Control Co. 'MEMBER OF B'NAI B'RITH" Call 2-1776 leading Israelis, including President Ben Zvi and Prime Minister Ben-Gurion, highlighted the first week of a survey being made here by a Florida member of the first all-women'! delegation for State of Israel Bonds. Finance Minister Levi Eshkol told Mrs. Louis Glasser. of 3168 i Prairie Avenue. Miami Beach, that [ 650.000 dunams were now under; irrigation in the country, compared with 250.000 in 1948. Israel bond Investments, which aid irrigation. total S18.060.000. Plans for a new desert railway linking phosphate deposits witj) centers of production in the north were described to Mrs. Glasser by j Minister of Commerce and Industry Peretz Bernstein. Both President Ben Zvi and | Prime Minister Ben-Gurion met the Florida leader at separate conferences held her. They noted the I effort Florida Jewry is making in aiding Israel's development | through bonds. Agricultural setI tlements in the Galilee and projects in the area aided by Bonds I were also inspected by Mrs. Glasser this week. Phi Sigma Sigma To Hold Monthly Meeting On May 4th. the Phi Sigma Sigma Alumnae Club of Greater Miami will hold its monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. Zane Alpert, 1515 West Avenue. Miami Beach. New officers for the coming year are: president, Mrs. Eugene Brams; vice president. Mrs. Paul Furman; treasurer. Mrs. Jerome Adelman; secretary. Mrs. Hyman Lipson; and corresponding secretary Mrs. Joseph Klein. Cerebral Palsey is the main project of the group. 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PAGE 8 A i tmtiUtftnrieMnr Mrs. William Holland Mrs. Hollander Is Named Chapter Head The Louise Chapter of the American Jewish Congress will hold an installation luncheon on Monday. May 4th. 12 noon, at the Delano Hotel. Rabbi Morris Skop. spiritual leader of the Coral Gables Jewish Center, will be installing officer. Mrs. \V. Hollander will assume the office of president. Other officers are the mesdames P. Mandel. 1st vice president; B. Winoker. 2nd vice president; H. Gordon, secretary treasurer; P. \ Zerler. trustee: J. Levinson, corresponding secretary: and B. Ross and J Friedland. recording secretary. Vice Mayor of Miami Beach Burnett Roth will be guest speaker. Chairman is Mrs. Jack Janoff.' Guests will be entertained by the songs of Hal Gordon >orlh Shore Fete: Offi€ers Installed Former Senator Claude Pepper will be guest speaker at the in stallation dinner and dance of the North Shore Lodge. B'nai B'rith at the Sorrento Hotel on May 9th. I 7 p.m. George Levenson. past president.' will be honored by the presenta tion of a plaque m recognition of his services during the past year. New officers are Milton R Mannheimer, president; David Fenton. j 1st vice president; Jack R. Wein, I 2nd vice president. Robert Slavin. j 3rd vice president; Samuel Wein-j feld. treasurer; Tobias Simon, cor-. responding secretary. Melvin Shrago. recording secretary: Jack Wilson, financial secretary; George S. Levenson. chaplain; Harry Goldberg, guardian; and Stanley Richard, warden. Trustees are Abe Block. Sam Brick. Ezra Feingold, Lewis Huntington. Jack Klinger. Dr. Benjamin Landua. Melvin J. Richard. Louis Sherman, Julius Siegal. Morris Union. Jules Werner and Dan Wolfson. Downtown Sisterhood The Sisterhood of the Downtown Synagogue will give a donor dinner at the Trocadero Restaurant on Sunday. May 3rd. 6 p.m. Rabbi Abraham Ixvitan will be chairman Principal speaker is Rabbi Arie Becker A muni. Minn appearing will be the Reverend Rudolph Brill. • ; the Zamora Jewish (enter. Hold Mental Health Fund Campaign The Florida Association for Men tal Health will hold its first statewide campaign for funds throughout the month of May in an effort to combat mental illness through research, education and practical help to mentally and emotionally disturbed men, women and children. Mrs. F. F. Ravlin and Mrs. Herman Kreher, co-chairmen in Dade County for the drive, announced Southeastern Florida's share of the state goal of $150,000 will be S27.500 which will be sought through a cannister campaign. No house to-house solicitation is being conducted. Gables Young Adults Meet Wednesday; Plan Dan^e The Young Adult Group of the lea Jewish Center will meet on WniMIIIHMJ evening. May 6th, 8:30 p.m.. at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. The group also plans a Bowery Night for Saturday. May 16th. at th Center. Kadimah Chapter Hears Talk By Mrs. Gersten Kadimah Chapter, Pioneer WornI en. will meet on Thursday. May 7th. at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Mrs. Sol Braun. chairman of the Nominating Committee, will render a report Guest speaker is Mrs. Harry Gerston, past chairman of the Women's Division. Bonds of Israel Government. Donald Martin Klein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel J. Klein. 3040 Alton Road, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at the Miami Beach Jewish Center on Saturday, May 2nd. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. A seventh grade student at the Nautilus Junior High School. Donald attends the Religious School of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. liehler Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mehler, of 5231 SW 4th Street, Miami, announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Daniel, on Saturday morning, May 2nd, 9 a.m.. at the FlaglerGranada Jewish Community Center. —9^ ."*v* Mrs. Lehman Heads Beach Unit, Jewish Women's Council The Miami Beach Division, Greater Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, will hold its annual installation meet ing at the Sans Souci Hotel on May 6th, at 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Jean C. Lehman has been chosen president for the 1953-54 dlub year. Other officers are the Mesdames Alexander Robbins, Joseph Williamson and Howard Grove, vice presidents; Burton Goldstein, recording secretary; Carl Lundy, corresponding secretary; Arthur Burrell. financial secretary; Edna Heller, treasurer; and Monte Selig, auditor. Newly elected directors are the Mesdames Saul Javer, Barney Hodes, Arnold Seeder, Samuel Berlin, David Catsman and Robert Triester. Mrs. Sidney Weintraub will act as installing officer. The musical portion of the program will be provided by Mrs. Miriam Donnerstag. Reservations are being taken by Mrs. Harold Vinson and Mrs. Norman Russ. Shirley B. Kahn Circle Affair The Shirley B. Kahn Circle of the Companions of the Forest of America will hold its first Mother's Day affair at the Royal Palm Hotel on Thursday, May 7th. 8:30 1 n.m. IEAVE YOUR CHILDREN WITH IIS FOR DAY OVfRNIGHT-AU YEAR OR SUMMER CAMP NOW OPEN Juniors Lodge NEW FIOHIDA CBS BUILT CAMP BOYS & GIRLS 4 • 16 (Between Hollywood and Ft. lauderdole) ALL ACTIVITIES HORSES. CRAFTS, ETC. Will Please fven feel Your Inspection Invited Write to >R. and ADA MARSHALL, Owner* 3905 Stirling Road, Dania, Da. P. O. Box 507. Hollywood _*. lean C. l^ mm • • • %  the l, m ,i n^ mewnfoins olorieesl, „„, Mriaaafy cool m 9 ti. FOR BOYS AND GUIS I *,• Camp Belle Hi M fhe Cumberland above Sparta, l, m all standard cia**, athletic acfivifiet, ftllj Creative Art Fenc no Charm School Ceramici Folk Dancing Surl Bui* 3-5 day camping trip, „u | Great Smokiei' Eight Weeks, Beginning Junjj IN MIAMI, CONTACT: DELORES MIRIAM CHER* 1601 SW. 23rd AVENU Phone a.4115 Only Camp m the South anal Koaher Kitchen and Regular J day Night and Satjrdiy I 9 HOLE GOLF COURSE ON PREMISES W* 1 77 H Championships ^ .Tennis Courts/ _j 8 Handbal .Courts. A SCAROON MANOR HOTEL • • c// SCHROON LAKE '• OPEN MAY 22 Heated Rooms FREE I till i i'u. i-outtca.1 Adv.) Mrs. William Litt will be honored upon becoming a Hie member of the Beth Q Sisterhood at a special ceremony on Sunday evening. May 3rd, 8:15 p.m., in the Dora August Auditorium. Mrs. Litt has been active in local and national organizations for many years and at present is on the newly elected Board of the Sisterhood. SPEND YOUR summit VACATION IN THE BlUt RfOCE MOUNTAINS LAKE I.W ON LAKE OSCEOLA HENDERSONVILLE. N. C. JOE RUBIN 0*'tr Mamgir Seaton June lit to Oct. 1st • SWIMMING POOL. • ALL SPORTS. INCLUDING BOATING AND PISHING • AMERICAN PLAN ONLY O FINEST JEWISH-AMERICAN CUISINE a ALL ROOMS WITH BATH OR SHOWER BLUE MOUNTAIN CAMP! BOYS • • GIRLS East Stroudiburg, Pa. — High in tha Pocono Mount* Overlooking Delaware Wateroap 90 Miles from Philadelphia or Ntw York City • Separate Camps tat opposite Wei af fhe beauliU •"" %  Mesafei* lakt a Offering rfce fleas* la caaaa fmt.1, Facilities, faed, ocfivifiei • Intimate supervision far each individual child 33rd SEASON — SAME OWNERSHIP-MANAGE Many children from Miami and Miami Beach hove been ce^ Mountain Camp, summer af tar wanner They M er Health and Fun, ant aha Fellowship aad Inspiration. For l/ferefore t Information CeaeawaJeefe with Wen* %  MRS. FERNE SCHWARTZ EVENIN$ CMI PN0NE 12-1493 ejltN Tha Settles Oafsfoedie* Jewish Camp Ftr • CAMP CARLYIE j HENDERSONVIL1E. N.C ; in t r .f voeotionland. WESTERN NORTH CAW CTOR WIMTONL. ""££5* 0* readward HiflK School. ClBC ^ M nd recreational •_'* t BO ii inttne*^ AnseU. AM MerWiea Are. Mlee%  > %  *£ Local Rapreeontatlvoa ana Membert "'^^L^-fk.' Mrs. A. A. Meydee-Ph. 41 5490 Mrs. Marray DIRECTOR Principal. WoEducational, aacial and % %  leader*. Horaeback riding, water aporta. cabina. Doctor and auree on premleee. OWhtlt: Mrs.



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MV. M AY 1, 1953 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE *Jml*Lfk+k1lrr riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS '" t NAME LAW -PH-E i> HEREBY c.i\ EN tJ, : .t ,,, BlKiird, desiring to engacs In ,,..ii,.• fictitious name of %  MIAMI, al UN tfW. ••mii111•-ri• I W register said '.,'," '.'iiCleric of &e Circuit ,i "id.County, Florida. AIIK K-KVNTZ VINCENT lAINOO L-i.-i'T i, BUK)MBBa Em,, for Applicants | I ISIdg. ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .TICK IS HERBBV (JIVEN thai fundersigned, desiring to engage In i„!.. under the fictitious na ol 'sTItl-l : %  > %  *i HARDING AVENUE r?l ,'i I'RINCE'S 8th STREET IV'RI'.INC AVB. MOTEL, at 86th _.'. .. Harding Avenue, Miami Eh Florida, intendM to register In;,,,,. with the Clerk of the OrI <\,urt "f Dade County. Horlda. V HARRY PRINCE LROE .' TALIANoFF )rn ,.y for Applicant E-lS-!2 I ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ,r|CK IS HEREBY GIVEN that uiiilcr-iciicd. (I.Hiring to engage In „,,.„,, under the flelRious names WIKSNKIt %  "TRICKBTTES"HiFM.il' "• •'" 1811 rurfly Avenue, 1 i ii,...cl>. Florida, Intends to regmi.l name with the Clerk of the git Court of Dade County. FlorWIE8NBR OK MIAMI. INC. LGE .1. TALIANoFF „<•>• for Applicant riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW jTK'ri IS IIKREUY OIVBN that hmli >rslgned, desiring to engage in friesunder the fictitious nan f fAN'CE MoltTC.AOE COMPANY. foo Devonshire Boulevard, .Miami. Intends t" register said name the Clerk of the Circuit Court sou County, Horlda. HENRY A. KAI'FFMANN STONE n for Henry A. Kauffmann '_ :. | -1 fi'"i ICE i: ii i II ml C UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW HEREBY GIVEN that di -ii Ing to engage in Ihe fictitious name of %  ANDY AND TOBACCO N U 11th Avenue, Mii to refflstor said DI Dig rk of the Circuit Court •i. Fl la, .1. EDWARD CANTOR SAIL CANTOR ROSE CANTOR I'.ti I Hers \\ ,v KAPLAN Applicants Flldg, riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW HOE IHEREBY GIVEN that • %  desiring to engage In I. the fictitious name of [ PARASOL CO., at 1545 Collins t. Miami Heach, Florida Intends %  ..Mie with the Clerk of Ircuil Court of Dude County. Fla. SAMUEL GINSBERG till-: J. TALIANoFF tay for Applicant BTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW rici: is IIERKHY GIVISN that MerslKiied, desiring to engage In era iincler the fictitious name of IKS HEAL'TY SALON, at 677 Wnpt..:. Avenue, Miami Beach, fy to register said name with the of the Circuit Court of Dade |y, Florid.i JOSEPH PATTI, Sole Owner R.\ HE1.MAN & KAPLAN m Ipplhsant %  bold Bldg. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C!RCUI7"N AND FOR DADE COUNTY Finn IDA. IN CHANCERY\ No IIWrM JOHN T BYRNE. I-lalntlff M736 DORIS BRENNLNd BYBNH NOTICE BV PUBLICATION" 1 TO: lioKis BKENNINU BYRNE residence unknown. rpO ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complalnl for Dlvon e has been filed agalnsl you in the al'-ve eutille-l can.-, and ,-,,„ are hereby required to serve a cony of rout I, 1 "".'.*.'. "!,""' "'" f Complain on the Plaintiffs attorneys, and fil,. the original In the office ..f 0M clerk of the Circuit Court ,n or before the 22ml day of May. i:.:,: t otherwise s Decree Pro Lonfesso will 1„. entered against you. This notice shall be published once eacli week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH li.OUIHIWDated at Miami, Florida, this 201 h day of April, 1953. E. B. LEA TIIEItMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court By: WM. VV. STOCKING, „...„_ Deputy Clerk BALLOT. SILVER & ML'LLOY Attorneys for Plaintiff 701 Congress Building. Miami. Florida 4/Z4 — a/1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HBREBY (IIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of FRANCETTE API'S., at 7,127 Harding Avenue, Miami Beach, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida ELIZABETH TOTI1, Sole owner MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 660 Seybold Bldg. 4/24 — 5/1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nan,, of EMPIRE AUTO BALES, al IHO N W 16th street, in the City of Miami. Dade County. Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk • %  the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida. ABRAHAM DAVIS 4/24 — 5/1-8-15 IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 27129 B RE: ESTATE Oh LEOPOLD M. CUTINO, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is herei,, ilven thai I have fileil my final report and petition for Final Discharge as ANCILLARY EXECUTRIX of the estate of LEOPOLD If. CUTINO, dei • ased; and thai i a the i-tii My of May, IMS, win apply to the Honorable County Judges of Hade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Ancillary Executrix of the KM,', ol LEOPOLD it. CUTINO, deceased This 23rd dav of March. 1953. MAKGHUUTA CUTINO MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Ancillary Executrix 4/17-24 — 5/1-8 IK, -r^9 T !S. E TO CREDITORS • MA ,R.Y JANE DAVIS a/k/a MARY DAVIS. Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons HavJ ,B u M*' 1 8 r Demands Against Said EstHte: Y %  v NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 158491 MARCUS EINHORN, Plaintiff. vs. CHARLOTTE EINHORN, Defendant. To: CHARIX)TTE EINHORN. 1041 Nelson Avenue, Hronx, New York You are required to serve a copy of i our answer to the Hill of Complaint or Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney, and. to file the original unswer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the I8th day of May, A.D. 1953; 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.',3. E. II. LKATHER.MAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida By: WM. W. STOCKING (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk Name ami Address of Plaintiff's Bollcltor: MII.TON A. FRIEDMAN 10L':i Se>bold llldg., Miami. Florida. 4.17JI — 1 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 RL'SSKI.I.. Plaintiff vs. SAGE KINDLE RUSSELL, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Sage Kindle Russell. HIT E. 32nd Street, Now York City.-N. Y. You are hereby notified that a Hill of CoBiplalgt for Mvorce has been filed against you. and you are required to'servo a copy of your Answer .i Pleading to the Hi" of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney. STANLEY M I'HMD, SI4 Seybold Ilutiding. -Miami 52, Florida and file the original Answer or Heading in the office of th.Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the l.'.th day of May. 19BS. vou fall to do so. judgmentby delauli will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once aachj week for four ropsecuUve weeks In THE JEWISH KI.OI:IMAN\ IHIKK AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 14th day of April. AH. E. B. I.EATHKRMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, pade County. Florida I, M c UREEN, (Circuit Court Seal) DepUty I lark STANLEY M PRED* Attorney for Plaintiff Ml Seybold Building, Miami, Horlda 4/17-24 — Ti/1-8 SIMON SflDfN "th Au pfc^a 12.5410 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (IIVEN that %  ne.I. desiring to engage in .fletlflous name of STRATH HAVEN HOTEL, at 411 (.can Drive, Miami Heach. Intends to register said name with the I lerg of the. Circuit Court of Dado t ouuty, F '"" da N. ft B. CORP. MYERS. HEIMAN ft KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant W0 Seybold Bldg. 4/17-14 — 6/l- LEGAL NOTICE PAGE-7 B N0TICE NAME FICTIT| O^S of Hade i oiiniy. |-]..,.,i | 3/1-8-1:,--' "ALTER MDROFF NOTICE UNOER L n CT,TIO U UIUTED U Ws th ^i^'H^Sa o" AC's'i'v T -r,. TKH INKPRANCE Mi.Vd hi "\ '"' inures. Bulldlnr with, M, I x :-x d i ", i :i ~"1 1 1 "'>'" oi %  l>. • rk "',-"" ''"eult Court of Dade County, Plorlds CNITEI. STATES TITLE ,,,,, CORPORATION PALLOT, SILVER .; MII.1.11V Attorneys for Applicant 7"l Congress Hide. 5 1-8-IS-22 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t • • ngage In bus iness under the fictitious nan f I'I'A I ILM DISTRIBUTING AGENCY it 218 N i:. 2nd Avenue, Miami, tail II Is to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL VOGELBAUM 6/1-8-16-22 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 26863 RE: ESTATE OF CASICA BARSDN, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given, that 1 have filed my final report and petition for Final Dlsobarge ss Executor of the estate of CASICA BARSON, deceased; and that on the 2.",th dav of May. 1S..3, will apply to the Honorable I HANK B. DOWLING, County Judge of Hade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Executor of the estate of CASICA BARSON, deceased. This 21st day of April, 1953. s/ TRIFON BARSON Executor MAX K. SILVER Attorney for Executor K'J Seybold Building. Miami, Florida 4/24 — 6/1-8-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In Imsl'ness under the fictitious name of STONE-AGE, at 2621 N.W. liith Street Road, Miami, Intends to register saiil name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MII.TON STONE Sole Owner MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 650 Seybold Bldg. 6/1-8-16-22 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 39363-B In Re: l.si ATE OP RPPERT ALEXANDER DAVIS a k B RUPERT RAVI8, sometimes known an WILLIAM DAVIS, I ised To All creditors and All Persona Having Clalma of Demands Acalnsl Bald Estati You, and each of you, are hereby notified and leniiii.-d i,. present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, maj have against the estate of RUPERT ALEXANDER DAVIS a/k/a RUPERT DAVIS, and sometimes known as WILLIAM DAVIS, deceased late of Hade County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, ami file the same in their offices in the CountyCourthouse In I>ade County, Horlda. within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal Bddresg of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date April 20, A.D. 1H33. I. It. MAYERS. As Executor of the Last Will and Testament of RUPERT ALEXANDER DAVIS a/k/a RUPERT DAVIS sometimes kjiow n as WILLIAM DAVIS, Deceased DAVID POPPER Attorney for Executor 1405 Congress Bldg. 4/24 — 5/1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of KITTY KANE, at 1640 Washington Ave., Miami H.-aeli, l-'la.. Intends to register aald name with the Clark of the circuit Court of Hade County, Florida. EI8RO INC A Florida Corporation MANUEL LUBBL Attorney for Applicant 228 N.E. 2nd Ave., Lawyers Bldg. 4/17-^1 — E 1-8 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 158692 BESSIE LEOPOLD, Plaintiff. vs. FREDERICK LEOPOLD, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: FREDERICK LEOPOLD l". 1 Lindbergh Boulevard WSStfli Id, Massachusetts YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you ill tinabove entitled cause and yon are hereby required to aep'e a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint l.ii the Plaintiff's attorneys, and file the original In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Ot before the 26th da> of May, A.n. U)i3, otherwise a Decree Pro Contesso will be entered against you. This notice shall be published once each week for four i-oiuecutlve weeks in T1IK JEWISH Kl.oItllHAN Dated: April. 17. itiS. • E. IS LEATHKRMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court BY WM W. sii'i" KIM', Deputy Clerk PALLOT, SlLVEltvAVMULLOY Attorneys for. PJnintlff Suite 7"i. Congress Building Miami. Florida 4/24 — 5.l-S-13 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 188705 LUCILLE TKlMHLi: PLONCHAK.^ ALEXANDERPLoXCHAK, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ALEX iNDBR PI.ONCHAK rain Southern Boulevard Bronx 55, New Yurk TOP ARE HEREBY required to M rv, ,, opy of your Answtt to Plaintiff's Bill of Complaint ror 'Divorce on Plaintiffs attorneys \\ EINSTEIN WEINSTKIN a WE1N8T1 IN, l0 i. ni iln Ri id, Miami nch, t loi Ida, and lo file your original Answer in [he office of the'Clerk of the above Court on or before the 26th da) ol May, I8l; otnerwlse a Decree Pro Confesso w-m be entered against you. DATED at Miami. Dade County. Florida, this 1'nth day of AprlL 158. K B. LKATHERM \N. Clerk of the Circuit-Court By R. H. IUCK. JR.. (Seal) Deputy Clerk J/tT6/1-8-15 IN THE CIRCUIT COUrtT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1b8544 JEAN BELLE SCHEINBERG, Plaintiff, \ i, EDWARD SCHEINBERG. Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: EDWARD BCHEINBERQ Ii Francis Court Elmont, Long Island, New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are hereby reojulred to serve a copy of your Answer to the Hill of Complaint on Plaintiff's attorney, and file the original Answer In.tlie Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on t+ before the ISth day of May. 1952: otherwise the allegations of said Hill will be taken as confessed against you. Dated this 14th day of April. INS, E. B. LEATHEKMAX. Clerk of the Circuit Court By It. H. RICE. JR. (Seal) Deputy Clerk Bv: EPOENE .1 WEISS. Es'g. Attorney for Plaintiff One Lincoln Road Building Miami Beach. Florida 4/17-24 — 5/1-8 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY, No. 158596. MoRlTZ MoRITKCHAJ GOLDBERGER, Plaintiff, DOROTHY QOLDBEROER, Defendant. ii •: I IRI 'THY GOLDBERGER >:':;7 S. Evans Avenue Chicago, Illinois You are hereby notified that a Bill of complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you art required to serve a copy ,,f your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. FREDERICK N. BARAD, ESQ., 42" Lincoln Road. Miami Heach. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 1Mb dav of May, 1861. If you fail to do to, Judgment by default will be taken against vou for the relief demanded In the Bill -of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami Florida, this 15th day of Aiuil, A.D. E. B. LEATHEKMAX, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida By It. H. RICE, JR. (Cuvult Court Seal) Deputy Clerk FREDERICK N. HA RAD. Esq. Attorney for Plaintiff t£ Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Florida I 17 %  %  I 5 1-8 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that lb,undersigned, desiring to eiu. business under the fictitious name of UNITED STATES ABSTRACT COMPANY, at >i Congress Building, Miami, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of Die circuit Court of l'ade County, Florida. L'NITED STATES TITLE COMPANY PALLOT. SILVER a MULLOT Aftorneya for Applicant 701 Congress Blew. :. 1-8-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that th,undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious uama of si STEE BPICES, TEA ftF< IOD PRODUCTS, at 1791 Purdy Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register said name with lh. the Circuit court of Dade County, Horlda. DOROTHY JUDITH KANTOR, Sole owner HERMAN GRAYSON Attorneys for Dorothy Judith Kantor I b a Susie bpl es, Tea & Food Products 5/1-8-16-22 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 158199 JENNIE RISEMAN, Plaintiff, vs. MAN RISEMAN, Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION in MAX RISEMAN, Lcdgehlll Farm. Brooklyn, Connecticut You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been Hied against you and you are herebyrequired to serve a copy of your Answer to the Hill of Complaint on Plaintiff's attorney, and file the original Answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before the' fith day of May, 1953; otherwise, the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. DATED this 2nd day of April. 1953. E, It. LEATHERMAN Clerk of Circuit Court By R. H. RICE, JR. (Seal) Deputy Clerk GEORGE J. TALIANl IFF Attorney for Plaintiff 42" Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. 4/10-17-24 — 5/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tile undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the flctitloua name of NINO'S RESTAURANT, at 117 N. E. 1st St.. Miami. Fla., intends to register Bald name with the Clerk of thcClrcult Court Of Hade County, Florida. JOSEPH V. ZARZOUR STEPHEN F. KE88LER Attorney for Applicant I 8.W. 22nd Ave. I 17-24 — 5/1-8 NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION FOR PUBLICATION Notice is hereby given that the partnership I % %  ton aubslstlng hens. BEN RUBIN, HAROLD tlRAHAM and SIDNEY RUBIN, heretofore carrying on bm Inter%  al 23S8 West l laglei M laml, iIi I Ida, undi r the atyle or firm of Starobln & Son-, has been dissolved by mutual consenl as and from the Is: da) of Apr;!. so far a eras the said HAROLDi (IRAHAM wh lin-s f i the said. firm, All debts due to and owing By ili. said late firm Will I"t ei elved MI i • espectlveb bj BEN RUBIN ami SIDNEY RUBlN who will continue to carry on the said business in partnership under the style of Siarobin ASons. Dated the 1st day of April. 1953. HEN RUBIN HAROLD GRAHAM SIDNEY RUBIN 4/10-17-24 — 5/1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 158236 JACOB KORNFELD, Plaintiff, vs. NEHAMA KORNFELD, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: NEHAMA KORNFELD L'll.'.S East 12m\ Street Brooklyn, New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a P.M1 of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and y.ou anrequired to serve a copy of your Answer to the Hill of Complaint for Divorce on the Plaintiff's attorneys, GENET AGENET, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Reach, Florida, and file the original Answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the Hth day Of May, 19S3, or a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. DATED at Miami, Horlda, this 3rd ,l [j of April. 19S8. E. H. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit four: Dgde County, Florida Hv It. 11. RICE. JR. (*e*n Deputy Clerk 4 10-17-24 — 5/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of B. B. INDUSTRIES, at 44 N.W. 6th. Street. 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PAGE 2 B +Jmist> fkrkBctn FRIDAY Dr. Peiser To Address Education Bureau Dinner; Installation Of Officers Slated The annual dinner of the Bureau program by Cantor Samuel Keleof Jewish Education will be held mer, of Temple Beth Sholom. Moron Thursday, May 7th. 6:30 p.m., iris Klass. retiring executive direcat the Empress Hotel. Featured'tor of the Federation, will act as will be a major address by Dr. Kurt master of ceremonies chairman Peiser, educator and public rela-; of the Dinner Committee is Mrs. tions expert. Installation of new j Matilda Ratner. officers of the Bureau will also The pinner Committee includes take place at that time. | Mrs i^,, E11 Mrs Irving Kaplan. Director of the Food Fair Foun: Dr. H. R. Mecklowitz. Ben Zion dation. Dr. Peiser is former vice \ Ginsburg. Sol Goldman, Mrs. A. president of the University ofKasow. Mrs. Harry Laufer. Al Pennsylvania. He is nationally : Mecklowitz. Melvin Schwartz. Mrs known for his work with charitable j Joseph Shawmut. Morton Biegel. and educational organizations, havj Mr. L. GoJdin. Mrs. Irene Becker, ing served in the Federation of i Mrs Frank Perlman, Mrs. Harold Jewish Charities and the Allied Thunnan. Abraham Whitehouse, Jewish Appeal of Philadelphia for Morris Jacobs, Herman'Feldman. 2 years as its executive director Mrs. Benjamin Clein, Mrs. Joseph .* fVI?V v %  jm and executive vice president. Dr. Peiser was executive director of Duntov. Joseph Duntov. Mrs. Sam Sandthe Lmted Jewish Social Agencies (afc Mr Drewich Mrs j sc hwad in Cincinnati and executive direcron M Apfelbaum. Fred Ba(,o[hoew 1 shWaa !" ( e r,. r ad Syd „ Pa „, x tion of Detroit prior to that time. Zuck( rman Arthur r^utch. Mrs. As the first representative of Mollic Glazer. Mrs. Florence Einthe American Jewish Joint Com-j binder. Mrs \V Malmuth. Mrs. mittee and the State Department 'Frieda Newman. Mrs. Harry to North Africa from May. 1942. to Queen. Mrs Israel Shapoff. Mrs. September, 1943. Dr. Peiser develBlanche Meisel. Mrs Louis Heiman oped the pattern for private social and Mrs Benjamin Meyers. work agency and governmental ag-, Form Academy For Higher Jewish Study NEW YORK —Rabbi Herbert S. Goldstein, chairman of the Board Of Trustees of the World Academy for Higher Jewish Studies in Jerusalem, announced this week that Jerusalem la soon to have an Academy for Higher Jewish Studies. Rabbi Goldstein has already negotiated the purchase of a historic plot in Jerusalem for the World Academy. The plot purchased covers 17 dunam. consisting of 17.345 square meters, on Mount Herzl. The Academy represents a merger of a number of Research Institutions for Higher Jewish Studies which explores, develops and collates the treasures of Jewish thought. They are: Institute For The Study Of Torah Legislation, Institute for the Revised Edition Of the Talmud. Institute For the Talmudic Encyclopedia, Seminar For the Study Of the Bible. Ohr L'Olam. Central Library, World Academy Press, and A Supreme Religious Court and Synods. a m First graduating class of its kind in the nation are these oldsters of Miam" 1 the Aged who received honorary "diplomaa" and "decrees" at a "comm' S W h ^ sided over by Dr. Jay F. W. Pearson, president of the University of SS^T^^ creative living despite infirmity and illness were David Ratihn, 68 with a "d ogni "il David Jacobs, 72, "Doctor of Business Administration" for the Home's Thrift cu"* in Gerstein. 70, Mrs. Bessie Mott, 67, Mrs. Esther Kaplan, 71, and Mrs ReS !" ^ ^*' learning English; and Joseph Melnick. 74. "Doctor of Horticulture" for garden i-S' 1 row are Sam Goldstein, 66, and Solomon Gross, 73, distinguished in ZZ 9 ^ Max Abramowitz. 71, for learning English; Isadora Doctor, 66, "Communicat on! bank and mail messenger; Isaac Yourkawitz, 71, machine expertand bZ* B3 breeder of tropical fish for sale and president of the Residents' Organization^'aV^ the Jewish Home. yM Dr. Kurt Peiser ency working together in the field of post-war rehabilitation, a pattern subsequently used in the establishment of CNRRA. He moved from Philadelphia to Miami in the fall of 1952. Newly elected officers of the Bureau will be installed at the dinner by Carl Weinkle. president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. They include: Benjamin Meyers, honorary president; Max Meisel. president: Mrs. Charles A. Rat ner. Israel Shapoff and Harry Simonhoff.-vice presidents; Ben Zion Ginsburg. secretary; and Joseph Duntov. treasurer. The program for the dinner will include a specially-arranged music Pinack Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Joseph Pinack. a former hotel operator, of 1012 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach, will take place Sunday, May 3, 2:30 p.m. ML Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Mr. Pinack is survived by his wife Ida and one sister. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Rajna Unveiling SUNR&i >'ARR HEALTH RESORT HOTELSANITARIUM rot ST, COHVAIE scirta AKB amrma usu Me aw o\court MIAMI aco'ri4 j Sine Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Sophie Sine, formerly of 1319 Meridian Avenue. Miami Beach, will take place Sunday, May 3, at the Workmen's Circle Plot at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery' with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating. Mrs. Sine is survived by her husband Bernard, a son Phillip of New York and two daughters, Mrs. Helen Abecasis of Miami Beach and Mrs. Toby Lebow of New York. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Alfred D. Rajna formerly of 859 W 47th Street. Miami Beach, will take place Sunday, May 3. 1 p.m. Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Leon Kionish officiating. Mr. Rajna is survived by his wife Helen and a daughter Mrs. Margo Sendes, also two brothers. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. KILL BUGS 31 UIMl w # %  01 BUG miU-SAV-IT-STORE Perrine, Florida Wl NCCOMMIN0 -,s. GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS runrftuxe Tepe. Beveled Mirror, sad ReiilT.ring Our Sped* L. A G. Glass and Mirror Worki 136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORLIN IRVISG GORDOi R tPec/ile fr/K. 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fit •>. •' 1 Wei'a'iO.v lount Sinai Plans ledical Seminar; (ubjects Listed 4ost advanced methods for diagking and treating heart disease, ers gout, diabetes and asthma 1 be among the wide variety of medical p r oblems to be discussed by nationally known research scientists and lecturers on the faculty of Mount Sinai Hospital's Third A n nual Seminar scheduled for May 21st t h rough 23rd, at the Dep Hotel, according to Dr. S. fries Werblow, seminar chairpeakers and some of the subto be included are: Dr. ChesS. Keefer, Massachusetts Mehal Hospital, discussion of modIantibiotic therapy; Dr. Stewart |f, University of Oklahoma, cus] versus fact in the treatment of %  tic ulcer; Dr. Jack D. Myers, \e University, new responsibil in the diagnosis of heart dis; Dr. Thomas H. McGavack, York Medical College, the |e elimacterium. t Alexander B. Gutman, Colbia University, the management gout; Dr. Israel Davidson, Chii Medical School, diagnosis and ken' ion of blood transfusion re*ons; Dr. Samuel C. Bukantz, Islington University School of licine. aerosol enzymes in the Itment <>f bronchial asthma; | Dr. Stefan S. Fajans, UniverI of Michigan, advances in the lagement of diabetic acidosis 1 diabetic neuropathy. char Committee idline Is June 15th E\V VuRK — Submissions for 1953 Abrara Leon Sachar M for a significant, unpublishfcreativi work of Jewish conI will be received by the B'nai |h Hillel Foundations until 15th, it was announced here he Sachar Award Committee. %  %  dent of Brandeis University [national chairman of the B'nai |h Hillel Foundations, and cari With it a prize of $500 for the or ami an agreement on the of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Idations to cooperate in the pcatiun of the winning nianuSmpmorth Seeks CM Volunteers Announcement has been made by Bernard Supworth. chairman of the West Miami Metropolitan Division, of workers to serve in behalf of the Combined Jewish ADpeal. According to Supworth, a nreaer number of workers has volun-l teered to serve in this years campaign than at any previous time. Following planning conferences with Metropolitan Division Chairman Harry Zukernick and M J Kopelowitz, Supworth has an-, 'nounced that a meeting of all Jewish residents of West Miami will be called shortly for the purpose of explaining the varied worldwide services which are supported through Greater Miami's annual appeal. Key workers named to partici-, pate in the door-to-door campaign include William Avirom, M. S. Marlin and the Mesdames Bernard Supworth, Philip Delman, David Dresner, Eleanor Laiken, Sol Rappaport, Jack Matza, Jesse Teitler, Irving Breslow, David Burrows, Al Fogel, Leonard Kalish. Jack Klar, Al Lozoff, Nathan Ziegler, Jacob Meyers and Joseph Hurvitz. -Jmi^Jp^rM^.^ -*iMVJMK£5B Farewell Dinner At Beth Tfilah Sisterhood Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Tfilah will sponsor a dinner at the synagogue on Sunday evening, May 3rd, 6 p.m., as a farewell to members leaving Miami for the summer. The committee in charge consists of the Mesdames Rachel Katz, Bessie Jacobson, Rose Kaplan, Lena Kramer, Anna Silberman, B. Graetz, Rose Sher, Rose Friedson and Betty Schechter. Bernard Supworth, chairman of the West Miami Metropolitan Division, receives instructions for launching the CJA Drive in his community from Harry Zukernick, Metropolitan chairman. The door-to-door canvass in West Miami wijl be launched within the next ten days, according to Supworth. Letters To The Editor Editor, The Jewish Floridian: In the last issue of The Florid*l!?* th at there IS some .. and that ian, Mr. Mindlin in his column the Gentile world. There's very litI tie of it, we know, but we also lit is of the most idealistic and states, that the program of tne j courageous order. A cheap cynicAmerican Christian Palestine Com-1 l sm dlscounts this sentiment; a mittee Is one where Christians are I realls,lc aPP !" isal values it for the sent to Israel so that "they (may) become acquainted with the fact that the Jews are not really typified by their prevalent anti-semitic caricatures." I must strongly disagree with this kind of interpretation. Here, in Greater Miami, we have a chapter of the American Christian Palestine Committee headed by Dr. H. Franklin Williams and Mrs. L. J. McCaffrey. It includes among others: Reverend Edward W. Ullrich and Honorable George E. Holt. So often the paths of this American Christian Palestine Committee and the Zionist Council of award, granted by the Su-1 South Florida converges that I feel, t Lodge of B'nai B'rith, was together with some of my color, leagues, that we have come to know well some of the leaders and members of the aforementioned organization. It is our conviction that there are Christians who believe that an Israel, an Arab Refugee problem, Korea and a United Nations Organization are all part of One World. And these people are willing to do everything in their power as citizens of a world for which goal we all must work. 0|M*n JllIK' 1st We wisn we hai more P e P le such as Drs. Williams and Voss, Mrs. McCaffrey, Reverend Ullrich and Judge Holt. Mrs. George M. Cohen, Chairman, Zionist Council of South Florida. peola Lake Inn M*n June 1st ^dersonville, North Carolina. ^ destination of Mr. and Mrs. pubm when they leave Miami Tednesday. The Rubins are Irs ot the summer resort hopeeola Lake Inn on Lake OsI there. B will arrive in Hendersonm time to open the resort |to make final arrangements Ae influx of summer visitors. png to the Jfcbins, a swimi pool inow un d er construcWtd will he completed in time pe Osceola Lake Inn opening ne 1st. c i spark it kindles in a rather bleak world. As for Mr. Mindlin's statement that men such as Dr. Voss would be better employed in this country in the task of improving Jewish-Christian relations, that is a sort of feeble echo of the American Council for Judaism which tells us Jews that we, too, should confine our labors to the US, as if to encourage spiritual as well as physical isolationism. Furthermore, it little behooves any American Jew to be as selfrighteous as Mr. Mindlin. We are not guiltless in so far as our European brothers are concerned. This writer, and many others besides Mr. Mindlin, are conscious of the Bond Office's difficulty in selling and redeeming pledges to buy bonds. The difficulty does not, however, stem from the speakers brought here but from a complex combination of c i rcumstances which make Mr. Mindlin's oversimplification laughable. Mr. Mindlin offers no positive or constructive solution for these difficulties. Does he have one, aside from keeping our bond dinners "Goyim— rein"? Why does he not tell us HOW we can increase bond sales? God knows, and in perfect reverance, we all want to know. Dorothy Krieger Fink Editor, The Jewish Floridian: Leo Mindlin's column in the current Floridian on the Bond Redemption dinner, at which Dr Carl Voss spoke, was destructive in the extreme. The thinking Jew has {pw illusions about the quantity or quality of pro-Jewish sentiment in Election At Mount Sinai Election of members to the Board of Trustees of Mount Sinai Hospital took place last night. The expiring terms of 14 members of the Board were scheduled to be filled from a slate of nominees presented by the Noming Committee. MM4WS •(.!. 2nd Ave. at S. W. 1st St, • A Downtown Location, 5se 'o Everything! Nicely 'Pointed Rooms. Air-condipd Rooms are Optional. 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PAGE 10 A -trr'l*nririanii Greater Miami'* REtlGIOUS DIRECTORY! £££*** r> —-*• — %  "— —^—^SP* r T_ !" _! "...>r..ifnrrji ...i. ---'—Kitlili: IMH RJoafi ISRAELITE CENTER holds Fri-, day evenihg services at 6 p.m. | Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Morton Malax sky will speak on the Weekly Portion. | Mincha is at 6 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. • • NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Members of the Sisterhood will be installed. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz is scheduled to discourse on the topic: A Woman Of Valor. Cantor Edware Klein will chant the liturgy Sponsors of the Oneg Shabbat are Mr. and Mrs Cohn. Saturday morning services are at 8:45 a.m.. with Rabbi Abra mowitz discussing the Weekly Portion. • • • BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at sundown. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m.. when Dr. Shmaryahu Swirsky will discuss: The Undefeatable Defeated. A class in Talmud is scheduled for 5 p.m. Mincha will be at 6 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Junior congregation services are at 10 a.m., in the Academy Hall. • • • HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with Reverend Leo Heim officiating. Subject of his discourse is .• %  •cheduled as: Jewish Education In The Smaller Community. Mr. and Mrs. Al Olifant will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat. Saturday morning senices are at 9 a.m.. when pupils of the Hebrew School will assistant Reverend Heim. • • • CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening senices at 8:15 p.m. Dr. Joseph R Narot. spiritual leader of Temple Israel, will be guest speaker during the dedication of the Center's new House of Worship Rabbi Morris Skop will officiate, with Cantor Irving Robinson and the Center Choir conducted by Leon Schiff. assisting. > BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening senices at 630 p.m Saturday morning ierv:ces are at 8:30 am when Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will discuss: Se\ feera. Junior congregation services ..re at 9 a.m.. under the direction cpf Benjamin Kaminetzky Cantor Aaron Weingarten will render the musical portion of the liturgy. Hindu is at 6:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos Rabbi Mescheloff will discuss the Weekly Portion. • • • TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Dr Jacob H. Kaplan discussing: The Common Denominator Of Our Holidays. Saturday morning senices are at 11 a.m., when Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Wasserman. will become Bar Mitzvah. TNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGAA ? uOeth W*^&!TKfl'6§ T.ON will hold early Friday eve.,£ o£| &\%*\£*g2. ning services at 6:15 p.m. Saturday morning senices are at 8:30 a.m. The Bar Mitzvah of Leslie C.raif man will take place at that time. Mincha is at 6:15 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. Cantor Abraham Seif will render the musical DOflion of the liturgy Daily senices are at 8 a.m.. and at 6:15 p.m. YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning senices are at 8:30 am Mincha will be at 6:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. Samuel Sokal will be host. Daily senices are at 7:45 a.m.. and at 6:45 p.m. MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening senices at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning sen-ices are at 8:30 a.m.. when Joel, son of Mr. and I Mrs. Robert Levin will become Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Simon April and Cantor Berele Kelemer will officiate. A class in Mishna is scheduled for 5:30 p.m.. followed by I Mincha and Shalos Seudos. BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning senices are at 9 a.m.. when Rabbi Max Shapiro will discuss the Weekly Portion Mincha will be at 6 p.m., preceded by a review of Ethics Of The Fathecs. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss: Subdue Your Passions. Daily senices are at 7:30 a.m., and at 6:30 p.m. ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold regular services Friday at 8:15 p.m., with Reverend Rudolf E. | Brill officiating Arthur Deutsch, chairman of the Religious Commit-' 1 tee, will speak on The Basis Of De-. ; mocracy The Oneg Shabbat will be j sponsored by the Sisterhood. Sen ices will begin at 9 a.m.. Saturday. | and will be followed by Kiddush. BethShoOm Rabbi l.e-.n K.onl.sh. 1 ." Orthodox, ro Euclid Aoe.. NlicoV^G^^-H,.,.iN|,n-.H.Wo, ; .. ; n ; mil. <• rainv. Air. Downtown Symjoout l'Hh.-i X IN ; F ,^Gr.^,V JTNW IUt Place. HS %  A e...-,y-R.bb. Avv-V Ureas, Ortliooos, :-l tn %  • %  • %  **; HUtoih-MUmi spr.no. .-y: 7; I ..„ H.-im. <' nlwmtM, 9->l %  n Ho^oad"''•.m.ervat.ve. *0 Po.k j Jik?l3? Hah.,, Abraham Sachs. i"..niwi-vatrve. 31SS svv MB Kr^ih^rTii-Rabb. Abr.ham 0MEl Orthodox. 1415 Euclid Avt., "JSL Orthodox. 1101 SW 12th Ave.. MoMloaM P.rk-llth Street ndXE nth A-enue. North Miami Beach. North Dado-Rabbi Harry BttlnMT. ivmwrv" lv*. 13SJ0 W. Dixie Highway, North Miami %  North Shore-Rabbi Mayer Abramowltx. Conietvative, tlO iath si.. Miami Reach. %  __. p.. Temple larael—I* Joseph Narot, Ke form 137 NK lfth St.. Miami. Tifereth l.r.el 6500 N. Miami Ave.. WeV^Miami-Rabhl AlfredWaxman. Pon-enatlve. 5720 SW l.th St.. Vo > 'ur, a B ml 'rel-' 1 rthflox. 4001 Chaae Zame'ra-Reva'^l* Kunolf M, OjJ.rvatl\e. 44 Zamora Ave.. torai Gables. _^_^__ To See Vag Arrangements have Z1 Pleted with the v.JL^ famous comic teaJjJS? f. ban ; u climaxing S Uon of th, Young fopS throughout Florida n? 10th l ^ ^Id l/?' The Vacahonds wji| d the dinner scheduled for! front Auditorium on Sat 9th Congressman Walt, of Minnesota, will be m* a turnout of some | MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at i!:30 p.m.. with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating and discussing: Leg O'Bomer—Symbol Of The Messianic Dream. Saturday morning senices are at 9 a.m., when the Rabbi will preach on the Weekly Portion. During the senice. Donald, son of Mr. and Mrs Nathaniel KJein. and Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Steinbook. will become Bar Mitzvah. An afternoon class in Bible is scheduled at 4:45 p.m., followed by Mincha and Shal[ is Seudos. Cantor David Silverman will chant, assisted by the Center Choir under the direction of Joseph Schreibman. Daily services are in the Chapel at 8 a.m., and at 6:45 p.m HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday evening senices at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., with Rabbi Alexander Gross officiating and discussing: The Significance Of The Counting Of The Omer. An Oneg Shabbat for children will be held at 3:30 p.m., sponsored by the Hebrew Academy Women's Organization. Mrs. Alexander Gross will be supervisor. Mineha is at 6 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos Daily services are at 7:30 a.m.. and at 6:30 p.m. • • • WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m.. dedicated to the SubTeen Age Group. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will officiate. Subject of the Rabbi's discourse is scheduled as: Are We Good Parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Teitler will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat following. Saturday morning sen ices are at 9 a.m. Rabbi .Waxman w ill speak on the 1 Weekly Portion. Junior services are scheduled for 11 a.m. Mincha I will be at 6 p.m.. followed by a j class in Ethics of the Fathers and i Shalos Seudos. Daily services are ;at 7 a.m. Ben F. Danbaum Scholarship at Brandeis UniTwmty has been established by the community leader and beverage distributor, it was announced by Dr. Abram L. Sachar. Brandeis president. The scholarship will be awarded annually to a young man or woman in financial need. The student will be named by the Brandeis Faculty Committee on Scholarships. Owner of Ben Danbaum. Inc., dealers in wholesale liguors. Mr. Danbaum is a director of the Community Chest and the National Children's Cardiac Home. pie. Chairman of publicitv convention is Marvin D I 5321 SW 1st Street, w|* t ed that a talent besfttl will be held to select Mki Republican Of Floridi F Lee Friedman is assistinrk. on^the Publicity Commit*! 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Published every Friday tine* 1927 by the Jewieh FlorUian at MO N. 8. Sixth Street, Miami 1fc Florida. Entered a* itconaclni matter July 4. lSO. at the Poet OfHe* of Miami, Fta., under ttie Act of March 3, lS7t. The Jewiah Floridian haa abaorbed the Jewieh Unity and the Jewiah Weekly. Member of the Jewiah TeleOraphic Agency, Seven Arta Feature Syndicate, Worldwide Newa Service, National Editorial Aaaociation, American Aaaociation of Engliah-Jewiah Newapapera, Florida Press Aaaociation. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editor fJewisfiriaricliciri OFFICE and PLANT — 120. N. E. Sixth Street Teleph ones-2-11*1 — 2J212 The Jewiah UnrMlan f SUBSCRIPT One Veer W.00 O N R AT E S Twe Yeara Volume 27 Iyar 16, 5713 FRIDAY. MAY 1, 1953 Number 18 rA, r^^^^A^^^Aie-rV^Ar^Aw^re^^^WVw During The Week ...A, s BT LEO MDIDLtt •M af4jaefaa^ae%aVaVeeWl It would be difficult to deny that the ^^""^-M in the so-called Soviet peace move have bJr? 61 dft *Vj t inc oura ra J"! V New Inquiry President Eisenhower has asked for emergency rulings to admit 240,000 refugees above guota regulations governing immigration during the next two years. This, we feel, is a straight forward recognition on the part of the President of the impossible political and econ omic conditions under which countless East Europeans are now living. Many observers on Capitol Hill were quick to interpret the request as the President's initial move in the direction of asking for changes in the McCarran Act despite Mr. Eisenhower's immediate denial of this. It is interesting to note that Senator Pat McCarran, author of the controversial immigration law and member of the Senate Judicial Committee, had nothing to say about the President's request. He wanted to learn, he said, what Mr. Eisenhower was driving at. We can't help wondering about the efficiency of a United Spates Senator who compiled an immigration bill, cornered enough support in Congress to override a Presidential veto and the sentiment of a considerable number of Americans and who does not understand Mr. Eisenhower's plea for permission to admit 240,000 refugees more than present law will allow during the next two years. The President, it seems to us, put it quite plainly when he said that these refugees now look to traditional American humanitarian concern for the oppressed." We fail to see how this ccn be made more understandable for Senator McCarran. OPENING THE DOOR? The President's denial was followed Monday by a request to Congress for hearings on "injustices" in the McCarran Act. It appears that much ground will be gone over once more — ground carefully spaded by former President Truman's Inquiry Commission on the immigration law. But the new administration undoubtedly has machinery of its own that demands personal observation of the matter. We certainly hope it can come up with a constructive program to correct the McCarran Act's many impossible provisions and inequities. Mr. Eisenhower pledged that he would work toward their alleviation during his Inaugural address, and it seems that he is moving forward in this regard. He certainly will not be hampered by Mr. Truman's belated difficulties —the waning days of an administration that had lost the support of Congress. The President's request for substitute legislation "which would be fair and just to all" may very well portend happier days for countless European refugees and for renewed American prestige on the world scene. An Kmprgoncy Appeal The United Jewish Appeal today opens an emergency short-term drive for S25.0O0.0O0. This is the estimated sum needed to help Israel through its recent SIO.000,000 crop failure. It seems to us that such drives bring home more strongly than anything else the new State's dependence upon American Jewry's support. Edward M. M. Warburg, general UJA chairman, said that Israel may very well be brought to its knees if it is forced to divert longrange development dollars for the import of food. Crop failure is a serious matter as Mr. Warburg's explanation of the short-term drive indicates. But the Jewish State is beset by other difficulties, aa well, and it is the United Jewish Appeal that helps to ease many of them. Those who were slow in answering the UJA's appeal for funds during its regular campaign period can make up their oversight now. Miami's 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal goal has not yet been fulfilled. A gift to the CJA will mean that many more dollars for Israel's use in its long-range development plan. The current emergency drive is for cash. While pledges were the instrumentality of the regular campaign, dollar fulfillment at this point can best answer Israel's immediate need. Cir.il l.ab.ON I filler Those of us who have been residents of the Greater Miami area for a long time look upon the accomplishment of the Coral Gables Jewish Center with satisfaction and a sense of social injustive alleviated. We remember when the Gables was a city non-receptive to what is considered the "intruding outsider". This was polite talk for pointed matters subject to analysis by defamation leagues and similar organizations concerned with human relations. Under such circumstances, and in the face of a skillful but silent "gentlemen's agreement", the creation of a Jewish center in Coral Gables to serve the needs of the few Jewish families living there seemed a total impossibilty. Yet, only four years ago. twenty-one such families gathered together irf a determined effort to found and construct the Coral Gables Jewish Center. Tonight, that center will dedicate its new House of Worship. In the four short years of its existence, it has gained the respect of neighboring, non-Jewish groups, and the twenty-one families numbered originally among its ranks have grown to some six hundred. Most important is the fact that the religious and cultural needs of a new Jewish community are now being ministered to. We recognize, with a feeling of deep sahsfaction. that the Coral Gables Jewish Center and its spiritual leader have played a dominant role in teaching the city in which it .stands a lesson in tolerance and understanding. I mlWr Immortalized The remains of Naphtali Herz Imber finally he in the Jewish State. They were taken from an obscurs burial plot in New York and replaced last week in Jerusalem. ulZSEZu %  ? "-?" on -* composition of Haukvah. The Hebrew poet and musician had few illusion, about his talent; he entertained even less of them about the bright aspects of human existence. *^ But out of Imber s bitterness and cynicism came an immortal national anthem, one which Klt?? 1 ^ !" m % %  i l P rec ded the establishment o the state it glorified and which quickened World Jewry's hope at a time when despair was everywhere prevalent. It is said that many Jews died in Eurooe', concentration camps during World War lias they whispered the Psalms and Haukvah This was the spirit that bred Israel and that now unrnortalaes Naphtali Herz Imber. Israel is following them with particular attemL Myorson sard, in addressing the First Political Com % %  > I sincerely hope that the recent cessation and rerTd Mr **%/ ish propaganda is permanent and that such incit" of ***i again arise to mar international relations and J ment *U1 peoples." mendship b^j Certainly, the Soviet government's exonerate,. doctor, for their pert in the fantastic murder oil, "* H wes welcomed in Israel with "deep satisfaction and! i*!' 0 1 almost unprecedented reversal of a policy. Still •"•'•" **, pointed out, "the central question affecting the d!!. ** "*" communities of Eastern Europe in their isolation *' N iwered." Israel It going to keep a watchful eye on 'tT* m ** hoping that the Communists will allow Jews • %  nd I would bo the "host assurance" that the Soviets reallv ,mm 9r,f, I to grant, in the words of Mrs. Myorson, "the norZlT* *"* %  determination" to those Jewish communities. "••'• tig; Although Mrs. Myerson devoted much of her stau question of the Jews behind the Iron Curtain her socwh U • %  survey of international affairs, and particularly thed*? N which seemed to provide "a ray of hope that a rh,„„ "^ place." an e "ty 14 First of all, there was the statement of the Prime MiniPeople's Republic of China at the end of March which ^ promise a solution of the crucial prisoners of war question i~S ity with the objectives and principles which the Inited tort held." Mrs. Myerson noted, too, that an agreement had iZS on the exchange of sick and wounded prisoners in Korea a J!? days before she spoke in the committee. Although an armistice in Korea would not mean peace in %  East, nevertheless, she said "the attainment of an armistice airnZ! would be a momentous event in the life of our generation uZ vindicate the United Uations in its two main functions-con* resistance to aggression and the settlement of disputes by Z tion." Mrs. Myerson felt that an armistice would provide a mom* of confidence and trust" which might bring about an Xsian M settlement. w Another "promising" development was the agreement en ft appointment of a new Secretary General. Mrs. Myerson rtFtrrtdb the Soviet boycott of the former Secretary General, Trygv. L i $_ spoke of it diplomatically as a "dispute between the great poa, concerning the highest international executive office" and said ft* it had "a depressing and paralyzing effect." That is why sht chit* torizod the agreement on the now Secretary General, Dag Ha merskjoeld, pf Sweden, as "both symbolically and practically important stop towards the relief of international tension." Of all the recent developments which may result in a geaai cooperation between the powers and lead to improved internaiw relations, the most important was the Soviet government's rtks of the doctors and its repudiation of the whole anti-Jewish camp* Mrs. Myerson described it as being "of the utmost political and art significance." Chaplain Of Elmendorf mumbling his appreciation. It 1 for me, one of those touching incidents — the koatat remains forever vivid. Lieutenant Trover's wife JeavJ hist some time later, and he i now back in the Stata, rectst ating. As for Lieutenant Lerin.i is making fine progrea ben (I last time I saw him. he was boa ing along the floor, using his 1 cast to propel himself). I %  to his parents to tell then 11 been with him. cared for kin 1 given him comfort, and I asset them his injuries were not I ious. In response to that lettert mine I got a wonderful it**** from his mother; here art excerpts: "Dear Chaplain — I am husk) grateful for the comfort yoe P my son when he was so hurt %  alone in his agony •••'"? wept endless, impotent tea| my child, as well as for the ren of mothers all over the" %  who have suffered and died human dignity might surnw Yet, I would not be wort"*" fine bey if I could not awd ordeal with the same cosraj iisdaiintrrl spirit By Chaplain Edwin Schoffmon First Lieutenant. USAF ELMENDORF AIR FORCE BASE, ALASKA — The calm and order of a routine week were violently shattered when the news hit us that a jet had crashed at one of our far northern outposts and that the two-man crew had been picked up and flown to the I big Army hospital here at Elmenidorf. I rushed out to the hospital and found that — miraculously — both I men had escaped fatal or even ser! ious injury. One was a Lieutenant jTroyer, the other Lieutenant Lionel Levin, of Brooklyn, New [York. The fact that their injuries were not serious doesn't mean they were unscathed — in fact they were the most scathed-looking people I've seen in a long time: banged up. cut, swollen, with unpretty discolorations punctuating their personal landscapes. Since their clothes had been ruined beyond repair, they lay in the hospital with nary a stitch of personal possessions. I gave them as much comfort as I could, discussed their cases with the electors and, promising to return with things they could use, drove heck to quarters. I proceeded to dig out a couple of ditty I bags provided by the Women's Orj ganizations' Division of the National Jewish Welfare Board, addled other items, bought a couple of razors at the PX and with all this in tow shot back to the hospital. I dished the stuff out to the young lieutenants, and Levin was so grateful he just couldn't stop expressing his thanks, while poor jTroyer, unable to speak, had to I be content with groaning and %  u 1 hope pray he will soon rejoin ej convalescent leave. Thani^pnying with and "T^JS soaae day soon it may btJrr£ iiege and pleasure to ^ pe OB Uy „ „, n-eatn This is the sort of which makes a chaplain 1r**j depth and immensity of u* -g service he is rendering ly. the ditty bagsconu^ they do those little -nor* comfort items so rawiaw ^ terrific idea. Everyone wo them say. the JWB u *. "H of all other agencies u> twin its morale-boosunj •* %  nets.



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CJ A Exceeds 1952 Totals; Campaign Is $246,250 Shy Of Current Goal Exceeding 1932 pledge collections, the campaign leaders of the Combined Jewish Appeal last week announced that to date .the campaign had raised a total of $1,151,750. According to Howard Kane, general chairman, only $246,250 are needed to reach this goal. "Campaign leaders and workers alike are overjoyed with the results of our campaign to date," said Kane addressing a meeting of workers in the offices of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation early this week. "We have sur lips, Louis Goldman and Edward Cowen. A final sweeping campaign is being undertaken in the Hotel Division, headed by Sam Lachman, to insure participation by all hotels. Co-chairmen assisting Lachyear's !" n are Joseph H. Gardner, Abe Kurman and Jack Muravchick. The Division has secured 74 per cent of its gifts and expect total cooperation from other hotel owners in the area. Newest of the CJA units to be organized and implemented this : year is the Apartment House and Motel Division, headed by Seypassed our collections of last year, %  """ ""and with victory almost in our %  ;b^ ^ ^ ^ grasp, I am confident all di. s.on | and ts chairmen will initiate a f.nal ef, substantia number of gifts ^ fore the official close of the camfort to achieve our goal." Top unit in the campaign with its goal definitely in sight; li ^|P a ^ n Division Cnairman ESTrJE v STdSu^ tai %  z ukernick s,ates ,hat door The Trades Div.sionencom-, P-JJJ^ \£ b J n hold in passing more.than 40 "dustr." hwes ara Coral Gables professions and bus "esses ^reach attracting seved 85 per cent of its quota a a volunteer workers, fina report meeting held tot* J l Kopelowitz Miami chairman \Vestv.ew Country Club_ Chair sh ^^ Beach r h :\tTa H or$TooCc^tute a : chairman, more than one-half of the total CJA goal for Greater Miami. Charles Fruchtman, chairman of the Winter Residents Division, has announced that his group has now attained 83.5 per cent of its quota and that final cleanup activity is being organized under the direction of Arnold Seeder. David Phil*25*Y. MAT l.!9| itessisSHfe^sssa ZZt*> mee'ting on Friday ^ evening. 8 pm., at the Lyceum. of the Sout Joseph Duntov, secretary District, WorkPaul solovox with appropriate Millstone will be Jt l Give a Subscription to The Jewish Floridian SEND 52 REMINDERS Of YOUR THOUGHTfULNESS A Gitt that • ENLARGES one's fund of Jewish affairs. • DEEPENS one's understanding of Judaism. • STIMULATES Jewish solidarity and loyalty. and • PROVES you cars. CLIP THE COUPON AND MAIL IT TODAY 1 called meetings of all majors and captains to initiate a streamlined drive for final collection of pledges before Sunday, May 17th, the date recently set by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation for its 15th Annual Meeting. Irving Saal. heading the Southwest area, and Rabbi Morris Skop, of Coral Gables, will join forces with West Miami Chairman Bernard Supworth in the cleanup program being planned for the next two weeks. The Metropolitan Division goal is $75,000. Total campaign goal to support relief programs in Israel and Europe and to maintain 45 national and local health and welfare institutions is $1,398,000. In a message to campaign workers from Carl Weinkle, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, he stated: "Every Jewish resident in this area must realize their responsibility to support institutions, such as Mount Sinai Hospital, the Jewish Home for the Aged and the Bureau of Jewish Education—agencies which extend vital service to each and every adult and child in the Dade County area. In addition, a contribution to the Combined Jewish Appeal also supports the leisure-time pro%  grams of the Town and Beach branches of the Greater Miami I Jewish Community Center, as well as the important welfare programs of the Jewish Social Service Bureau and the National Council of Jewish Women. "The Federation is our community's answer to scientific, unified planning, and it is our duty to give the Combined Jewish Appeal our spiritual and financial support so that it can keep pace with our city." vjewisti flcridUan | P. 0. Box 2973 %  Miami II, Florida Enc/osed pleos. fins' $3.00 tor I which you will ItMJ THE JEWISH flOKIDIAN for one year to: Name Address | City I Zone State P/eose notify the recipient that this I mbscr/'pfion is feeing lent M my I I Passover $ iff. $i 9 ned Address I J I 1 tit Haps Wlteh Hunts: immigration l.utr NEW YORK—American Reform Judaism, marking its 80th anniversary, went on record against Congressional witch hunts and the McCarran Immigration Act and in favor of aid to Israel, coordination of Jewish defense activities and active recruiting o f unaffiliated Jews for synagogue membership at the 42nd General Assembly of the Union of American Hebrew Congregation which closed last week in New York. Early this week, some 30 leaders of Reform Judaism, headed by Rabbi Maurice N. Eisendrath, UAHC president, flew to Israel for a three-week tour of the Jewish state during which they will celebrate the festival of Shavuoth. 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PAGE 6 A *Jmtslinu**M Betty Ann Cypetf Weds Yale Law Student Alan Rothstein At Sorrento Carrying a white Bible which the bridgegroom's mother held on her wedding day 25 years ago, Miss Betty Ann Cypen, daughter of Mrs. Jennie B. Cypen, Tucson, Arizona, and Max Cypen, Miami Beach, was united in marriage to Alan Herbert Rothstein. son of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Rothstein. Miami Beach, in a candlelight ceremony performed by Rabbi Irving "Lehrman last Sunday, April 26th, at the Sorrento Hotel. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an Edwardian wedding gown of imported chantilly Jace over satin. The tight bodice was fashioned with illusion neckline studded by seed pearls and iridescent sequins. The bride's full bouffant skirt of scalloped lace ended in a cascade of nylon tulle ruffles which flared into a full-flowing cathedral-length train of chantilly lace and tiers of ruffles. She also wore a three-tiered veil of French illusion suspended from a coronation crown of rhinestones and seed pearls. Her Bible was covered by white orchids and sprays of lilly-of-the-valley. Mrs. Irving Cypen, of Miami Beach, was matron of honor attired in a mauve cocktail dress of scalloped lace over an underskirt of organza. She wore matching sequined hat and shoes. Bridesmaids were Miss Sydele Bonfield and Miss Marion Sirote in pale pink short formals of embroidered lace over satin with matching pink velvet hats. Serving as her sister-in-law's bridematron was Mrs. H. L. Cypen, of Jacksonville. Her daughter, Barbara Frances, was a junior bridesmaid. Miss Bonnie Gaye Cypen. r.iece of the bride, was flower girl in a formal resembling her aunt's Sown. Irving Cypen. Miami Beach, was best man for the groom. Ishers Personally Speaking • • Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Feldman. of 2980 SW 19th Street, will leave on May 10th to attend the wedding of their granddaughter. Miss Rhoda Eckerman. The ceremony is scheduled for the Waldorf Astoria Hotel. New York City, on June 14th. ft ft ft Mr. and Mrs. Isidore B. Simkowitz. of 6205 La Gorce Drive. Miami Beach, announce the birth of their son. Philip, at Mount Sinai Hospital on April 22nd. He is the brother of Elizabeth, Michael and Sara. The Briss was on Wednesday at the home of his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Bina Simkowitz. 4333 Pinelree Drive, with Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiating. Philip is named in memory of his paternal grandfather. ft ft ft Vacationing on Miami Beach are Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Niman, of Forest Hills, New York. Mrs. Niman is the former Evelyn Wolfson. youngest daughter of Dr. Abraham Wolfson, founder and director of the Spinoza Outdoor Forum. She was a student at Miami Beach High School and was in the same class with Dr. Ralph Kirch, Miami occulist. ft ft ft Mrs. Mollie Green, of 1561 Drexel Avenue, left Sunday for New Millers Honeymoon In,NassauIs Former Miss Nanci Dale Wise Hony mooni Mr. ,nd Mrs ttrifj e Mrs. Alan H. Rothstein included Murray Cohen, Harvey Stein, Jack Mades and Lawrence Click. Newly wed Mrs. Rothstein attended the University of Arizona and was graduated from the University of Miami with a degree in I Jersey, where she will spend the Elementary Education. At the U | summer with her children, Mrs. of M. she was a member of the' Roslyn Levine and Mr. Sam Green. University Chorus, Future Teach-J ft ft ft %  Mr. and Mrs. Milton H. Nadel, of 257 SW 20th Road, announce the birth of their son, Jeffrey Alan, at Mount Sinai Hospital on April 21st. The Briss was held on Wedin N *%: Mrs. Morton S. MHhr Call 48-0258 ALEX DRUCKER Music Teacher Specializing in Weddings ami All Occasions Call 2-4688 r FOR RENT jternity is Alpha Epsilon Phi. He 2 ROOMS IN HOME Of REFINED JEWISH | also served on the U of M faculty rO'JPLE in SW. Stctian. Kitchen j for a year, privileges if desired. Wholesome home Following the ceremony, a reztmosphere. | ception and dinner were held at the Sorrento. Out-of town guests included Mrs. Jennie B. Cypen, mother of the bride, Tucson, Arizona; Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Cypen. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; • j Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Cypen, Jacksonville; Mrs. Jack Lefkowitz, aunt of the bridegroom, Long Island, New York; Samuel Sanders, uncle of the bridegroom, Brooklyn, New York. Benjamin Schwartz, St. Petersburg; Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Wolf son, West Palm Beach; Mr. and Mrs. N. Glick. Chicago, Illinois; Miss Minnie Schreiber, Jacksonville; Miss Florence Manson, New York City; and Miss Beatrice Schwartz, New York City. The couple are spending their wedding trip in Mexico City and Acapulco. They will reside in New Haven, Connecticut, where Mr. Rothstein will attend Yale Law School. ers Of America and Sigma Lambda Phi. Mr. Rothstein holds the AB and MA degree in Economics from tlje University of Miami, where he was elected to the Order of Artus. na-1 nesday. with Rabbi S. M. Machtei tional economics honorary. His fraofficiating. Grandparents are Mr. | and Mrs. Joseph Cohen, 6336 SW | 13th Street. Miami. Liebman Speaks In Tampa Seymour B. Liebman, local attorney and Zionist leader, delivered a major address at the Municipal Auditorium in Tampa Wednesday in honor of Israel's fifth anniversary. The Tampa Zionist District, of which I. Zack is president, said that the meeting was the largest affair sponsored by the Tampa Jewish community, rarticipants in the program were Cantor Abraham Marton. of Jacksonville, and all local public officials. ening. with D7?V offjej-tin,:. t i*f* The bride is the I nd Mrs A. M R oad Mr. Millar"". Mrs. Reba £$%£*} enue. Miami Beach U Matron of honor -„ The bridegroom's hwL nard I. Miller, acted [!^1 Bridesmaids were tM* cousins. Mi ss Susan Ba eenKarn and The bnde's brother, D" ard Wise. Sam Meyer? bridegroom's cousin Shea Alv.n Richter and Richter acted as usher !" The former Nanci Dal. was attired in a fun.,** tilly lace gown with ZH a the neckline. A n gP cloche held her fouMitnJ French Illusion. She cSfl white orchids nestled i, jjj She was graduated Iron, High School and is a natnsL ian. The bridegroom. whjl served in the US Air Force, I ated from Miami High SdJJ the University of Florida !" ^ he was president of Alpha 1 Pi Fraternity. On returning from their I moon, the couple will reside*! SW 3rd Street. Israelite Center PTA Elettin'J The PTA of the Israelite Ca will hold election of officers] day, 8:30 p m. TV REPAIRS IMMEDIATE TtUVISION SERVICE NIGHTS, SUNDAYS, HOLIDAYS S3 for Call Phone CITY-WIDE TV 83-12*8 Going Formal? 1SI wi Formal Wear that It freshly cleaned, tmartly styled, properly fitted. Complete outfit* including onus a. PHONE 48-2084 UNIVERSITY U MEN'S SHOP 2828 Ponce Do Leon Boulevard Coral Gables North Shore Women Install Officers Officers of the North Shore Jewish Center Sisterhood will be dedicated during Friday evening services tonight at the Center. Mrs. Goldie Cohen is president. Other officers include the Mes| dames Ginger Laaky, Sylvia Acker. Esther Bloch and Sarah Stern, vice ; presidents: Molly Rosenthal. treas, urer; Hilda Briskman, recording secretary; Betty Glickman. corresponding secretary; Betty Mendelson, financial secretary; Pauline Jawitz, social secretary'; Ann Seleicoff, chaplain; Jean Raab. parliamentarian; Ann Loeb, historian; l and Shirley Altman and Bert Klinger, trustees. ft ft ft A farewell party was given by the Pioneer Women. Club No. 1, at the home of Mrs. Bella Liff. 948 Medidian Avenue, for Essie Wilensky, Minnie Bower and Esther Yaffe. Masada Present* llonrbon Bali Masada Miami Beach Young Adult Zionist District will present I a Bourbon Ball on Sunday. 9 p.m.. i Mrs. Harry Rayvis and Family are deeply grateful to their many friends for the comforting expressions of sympathy in their bereavement in the Driftwood Room of the Nautilus Hotel. Proceeds of the affair will be allocated to Masada's Zionist activities. Chairman of the dance is Gil Rappaport. 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*^ TK^ land Mrs. Nathan Laber, Collins Avenue, MiBeach, have announced elrothal of their daughter, |Uie Anne, to Norman Leson of Mr. and Mrs. imin Lebedin, JacksonThe bride-elect is a luate of Miami Beach School. Mr. Lebedin luaied from the Universbf Miami. wl Daughters \et Ottieers Mlt$ Shirlty Feder Feder, Cohen Betrothal Told and Mrs. Harry Feder, Flagler Plans Get Acquainted Party A get-acquainted party to celeAn, ol d 0^ n .JA^^\^^^..^r on Sunday. Mr. 120 B'nai B'rith Women Will Install Officers rnrnUL £*!£ Women of Mi ami will install officers for the coming year on Tuesday, May 5th, at 12 noon in the Panorama Room of tne Biscayne Terrace Hotel To be installed as president is Mrs. Herman J. Goldstein who is also an active member of the Beth David Sisterhood and the JWV Auxiliary No. 174. Norman Bruce Brown Post. Others are the Mesdames Alfred Rich and Al Glasser vice presidents; Allen Deen recording secretary; Louis D. Cohen corresponding secretary; Sidney Kaplan, financial secretary; and Joscnh J. Rayvis, treasurer. Miss Susan Talianoff, vocalist WlH be featured on the program' Co-chairmen of the affair are the Mesdames Bernard Tytell, Philip Galison and Nat Levine. -..:---: Sam Cohen, 3045 SW 5th Street. The bride-elect attended the City College of New York. Her fiance was a student at Olney High School in Pennsylvania. He is manager of his father's Century Hotel in Miami Beach. The couple plan a June 27th wedding in Philadelphia. The betrothal was revealed during a lawn C. M. Kagan was unanimous tied president of the Daughpartv on Sunday at the home of Israel at a meeting held on afternoon at the home of hi! Mrs Samuel Grundwerg, Prairie Avenue, (r officers elected to serve Jrs. Kagan are: vice presiHn Samuel Grundwerg, bseph Rackovsky, Mrs. Moses jloff: recording secretary, in H. Makovsky; corressecretary, Mrs. R. WohlIreasurer, Mrs. Samuel Rein|inancial .secretary, Mrs. Aarauer; and membership and b chairman, Mrs. Alexander Kagan has been an active and one of the pioneer of the Daughters Of lsJhose main objective is the nance and support of the located on Miami Mr. Cohen's parents. 30 p.m. The story of the Center's growth will be shown on film, and the evening will be highlighted by excerpts from past variety shows There will also be a parody of songs from the Center's forthcoming original musical comedy. South Atlantic, which is scheduled for May 16th. A general meeting will be held at Flagler-Granada on Thursday night, May 7th. 8:30 p.m. Richard Jay Mandell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin H. Mandell, 3465 North Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach, who will become Bar Hitzvah on Saturday, May 2nd, 10:45 a.m., at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. Richard is a seventh grade student at Nautilus School. Dembrows Honeymoon En Route To Texas; Visitors Attend Ceremony Dr. and Mrs Victor Dembrow are spending their honeymoon en route to Goodfellow Field. San Angelo, Texas, where he is to report for active duty in the Medical Corps of the US Army on May 4th The bride is the former Harriet Rochelle Rand, daughter of Mr and Mrs. I. Rand, 1630 SW 17th Terrace. Miami. The candlelight marriage ceremony, performed by Rabbi Max Shapiro and assisted by Cantor Mamches, was held in the florally decorated Blue Room of the Westview Country Club on Sunday, April 19th, under a canopy decorated with palms, white carnations and white gladioli. The bride wore a white lace and maline cocktail-length Jjridal gown, with a finger-tip veil of French illusion suspended from a halo crown. The dress had a long sleeved lace jacket which buttoned Sidney Rubinowitz Named Head cademy Women; Installation May 6 irei [Sidney Rubinowitz, leader and national parents' and (B organizations, was unanielected to the presidency ebrew Academy Women at ral membership meeting the Prince Michael Hotel. with Mrs. Rubinowitz as sidents will be the Mcs'avid Andron, Harry Genet, Kogan, Samuel Cohen, Ritter, Jerry Sussman and F'rtel. Treasurer is Mrs. ERackovsky. Secretaries Benjamin Kornreich, reMrs Isidore Spolter, corng; Mrs, David Seid, soMrs Samuel Grundwerg, Mr Maurice Mamches Mated chaplain. d to serve as member of a of Directors are the Meslatnan Benenfeld. B. I. BinMa Brown, Abraham CasCiment, Herbert Cohen, Dubler. Lewis M. Escott, er Jatk Fensterheim, Har?' paries Fruchtman, S. 'Alexanders. Gross, Jennger, Daniel Harrison, Jacob Katz, George Sussman, Ida Wessel, Samuel Wolfe, Daniel Yedlin and Joseph Zemel. An installation luncheon will be held on Wednesday, May 6th, at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Mrs. Irving Firtel and Mrs. Alexander S. Gross are co-chairman of the committee for this event. Installing officer will be Rabbi David Shapiro. down the front and a full skirt with a side inset of maline. She carried a white Bible covered with white orchids and lillies of the valley. Mr. and Mrs. Rand gave their daughter in marriage. Mrs. Rand wore a soft rose colored lace dress. The bride's attendants were Mrs. Harold Rand, sister-in-law of the bride, who wore a pink and white organzo gown and carried white roses. Mrs. Arnold Wilpon, in pale lavender organdy and carrying yellow roses, was the other attendant. Miss Meredith Rand, niece of the bride, was the flower girl. Dr. Dembrow is the son of Mr. and Mrs. I. Dembrow, Brooklyn, New York. The groom was given in marriage by his brother, Nathan Dembrow, of Englewood, New Jer-, sey, and his mother who wore an The Bar Mitzvah of Richard Mark Steinbook, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Steinbook, 1018 Euclid Avenue, will take place at the Miami Beach Jewish Center on Saturday, May 2nd. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Richard is a student at the Miami Beach Junior High School where he is in the eighth grade. He also attends the Religious School of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Fredrick Feldman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Feldman, 2425 SW 24th Avenue, was Bar Mitzvah last Saturday at the Beth David Synagogue. A student at Shenandoah Junior High School, he also attends the Beth David Religious School. Daryl Ritter, son of Mrs. Marqaret Ritter, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, May 9th, at Kneseth Israel Congregation. Women's League Conference Schedules Functions At North Shore, Beach Centers The Seventh Annual Conference of the Southeast Branch of the National Women's League, United Synagogue of America, "scheduled I May 3rd through 5th, at the Johaqua chiffon dress with natural nina Hotel, Miami Beach, will wit% cobs. wsdames Harry Koretzky. %  Uuer. Irving Lehrman. eunson, Henry Liebman. paKovsky, Louis Makovsky. pscheloff, Alex Miller. Al f. Samuel Reinhard, Elias an "> Rubin. Irving Rubin-1 bak0 'tz .Gladys Schifrin, Bhl "' a ?' David Sha P"-o, ta B Au IrVing Silver Aarlta Alfred Stone, Louis witz and assisted by Cantor Edward Klein and the Center Choir, with A. Louis Mechlowitz directing. Herbert Sher, chairman of the Youth Commission of the Southeastern Region, will extend greetings from lace short sleeves. Another broth-' ness the participation of the j USY. er, Harold 'Dembrow, also of Branchs' outstanding Rabbis and J At the Monday leadership lunchBrooklyn, was best man. Johnny laymen. I eon, Rabbi Max Shapiro, of Beth Dembrow. nephew of the groom, Mrs. Rueben J. Magill, national David Congregation, Miami, will was ring bearer. conference advisor, will deliver the \ speak on Who Are Our Synagogue Among out-of-town guests who keynote address of the opening sesLeaders : Greetings will be extendattended the wedding were Mrs. I siori. The synagogue service will be Bernard Neiman, of Los Angeles,' at the North Shore Jewish Center California; Mr. and Mrs. Sanford | conducted by Rabbi Mayer AbramoLipton. of Youngstown, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Rand, of New York City; Mr. and Mrs. T. Schwartz, of Chicago, Illinois; and Mrs. Jennie Goodman and Mrs. A. David Drosnes, both of Englewood, New Jersey, and Atlantic Beach, Long Island. A reception, dinner and dancing followed in the main dining room, where the floral decorations were of white carnations and white gladioli. Mrt. Sidney Rubinowitz Beth Jacob Field Day The Beth Jacob Religious School will celebrate Lag B'Omer with a field day at Flamingo Park on Sunday, May 3rd, from 10 to noon. Athletic contests will be under the direction of Benjamin Kaminetzky Games for the children of the Sunday classes will be directed by Miss Shirley Gerstcin and Miss Lorraine Safra. ed by Mrs. Irving Lehrman, president of the Conference of Jewish Women's Groups. The Birkat, II.. mozon will be led by Mrs. Max Shapiro. Good Programming is the theme of Mondays' dinner at the North Shore Jewish Center, when Mrs. Harry Gersten, past chairman for Bonds of Israel of Greater Miami, j will bring a message for that cause. A panorama of programming i through the year will follow. Rabbi Abramowitz, North Shore Jewish Center spiritual leader, will speak on Kindling The Eternal light at the Tuesday Torah Fund Luncheon. Highlight of the conference will be the installation banquet at the Miami Beach Jewish Center, with Rabbi Irving Lehrman as speaker and installing officer. Rabbis Henry B. Wernick, of Tampa, and Phillip Weinberg, of West Palm Beach, will deliver the invocation and benediction, respectively. Cantor David Silverman will be the evening's soloist.



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•rf To Head Norman Bruce wn Post, JWY; Pepper Speaks Miami nitnr. ^*5<^QriWte/7 Rappaport, Miami attorL as installed as Commander I Norman Bruce Brown Post L, Jewish War Veterans of E'ed States, during ceremonbe Beth El Congregation last i afternoon. Principal speakformer Senator Claude aport joined the JWV post I serving as Adjutant and in nor Guard. He also held the Senior Vice Commander. I.year-old attorney came to (in 1925. and is a member of ter family here. The son of Mrs. Max Rappaport, he |ed from the University of in 1942, with the AB deLport joined the Reserve I Training Corps in 1942, ibsequently served in the i %  Artillery for over three! Jteturning to the University^ |da alter his discharge from vice, Rappaport earned the gree there. He and his wife, tier Ada I. Rick, opened the |of F owned Hillel House on He currently resides at I 5th Avenue. r officers installed were Dr. kdrich, Senior Vice Com-: Oscar Rappaport mander; Frank Marx, Junior Vice Commander; Kenneth Braidman, Judge Advocate; Jack Silver, Chaplain; Julius Deutsch, Adjutant; Frank Kline, Quartermaster; and Jack Regal, Sam Brauer and Don Seidman. trustees. Officers of the Ladies' Auxiliary • | installed Sunday included the MesPhi Epsilon Meets I dames Nat Brown, president; EdIrcater Miami Alumnae As r^Levine senior vice president r..i. T>U: c-_.:i__ e. an o A. Kessler, junior vice president. Outgoing officers were the Mesdames Hy Morris, Nat Brown and Edward Levine. oi Delta Phi Epsilon SoA'lll meet at the home of Beph (i. Shopiro, 1520 West OB May 4th, 8 p.m. Main i will be to distribute tickJ the Ring Theater producBe Hale Animal, on Thursfcv 21st. Mrs. Stuart Shapiro man of the Ticket Committ of all Matio Meal... DKIUM I from the finest of all Matsoal pned housewives and new* ones, too ... rely oa IT'S MATZO MEAL TREITS MATZOS I., IM tiviNcien II, new roan, M. r rikeferf f.d.s.very By 3RADE FOOD CO. I 7th AVI. y PHONE 9445* f *ari>nbrg Feted At Annual Dinner NEW YORK — Leo Gartenberg, New York philanthropist and Miami Beach resident, will be honor-1 exi on Sunday evening during the 31st annual dinner of Agudath Is-' rael of America, national orthodox Jewish movement, at the Hotel McAlpin here. Gartenberg has been active for many years in orthodox activities and is on the Board of Trustees of a large number of educational institutions in Israel and the United States. He is co-owner of the Edwards Hotel on Miami Beach. Monticello Men The Men's Club of Congregation Monticello Park will sponsor a picnic for children of the Sunday School on Sunday, May 3rd, on the grounds of the synagogue at NE 164th Street and 11th Avenue, announces Milton Balsam, president. The program will be dedicated to Lag O'Bomer and will include games and contests. Norman Feinberg, chairman of the Program Committee, will be assisted by Irving Steinberg, Jack Begler and Saul Bell. Turk Watches Absentee Vote Bill Reports this week indicate Harold Turk, Miami Beach Councilman, is keeping a sharp lookout toward Tallahassee these days and is staying in constant touch with his friends in the State Legislature in connection with some very important legislation now pending His supporters said here that he is vitally interested in the proposed law to regulate the sale of dynamite which it is felt would help prevent a recurrence of bombing outrages experienced in the Greater Miami area last year. For over 15 years, Turk has been among those spearheading various moves for better inter-faith relations and for the protection of minority groups, including antidiscrimination signs ordinances and the anti-mask ordinance directed at the KKK Turk said this week that he is watching "to see that the absentee voting bill which I introduced in the Miami Beach Council will be passed by the State Legislature as I feel it is very important to give an opportunity to those who will have to be absent from the city on Election Day, June 2nd, to vote in advance of leaving, at the City Hall between May 19th and May 30th, inclusive." Councilman Turk will open his first headquarters in the campaign for his re-election on Saturday night. May 2nd, at 707 71st Street, with a reception and housewarming scheduled for 8 p.m., to which the public and all Turk's friends arc invited. He has held every possible position in Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith, and for three years was president of the Metropolitan Council of B'nai B'rith Lodges. He also served for three years as president of the Hillel Advisory Council and now is National Hillel Commissioner. He served for five years as public relations chairman of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. PAGE 9 A Dade's B'nai B'rith Leaders Capture Top Posts At Convention In Tampa Dade Count B'nai B'rith leaders were elected to a number of prominent offices in the Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges and Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith Women's Chapters Annual Convention held in Tampa, on Monday. Sidney M. Aronovitz, Miami attorney, was elected 1st vice president of the Men's B'nai B'rith Federation. Newly elected president of the State Federation is Edward I. Cutler, of Tampa. Elected to serve as regional vice president of the State B'nai B'rith Included among the actions taken at the Men's Convention was voting in favor of establishing an annual statewide Institute of of Judaism, to which experts in Jewish history, folklore, music and other phases of Jewish life will speak. The resolution calling for such an institute was proposed by North Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith. A resolution adopted at the convention called on the State Legislature to memorialize Congress to repeal or modify the McCarran Immigration Act. The resolution declares that the act contains "many Federation was George J. Talianf„nfit. hi A contains ."' man y off, Miami Beach aft !" a n„ J nequl able and discriminatory could be, resher^ --.-—--J^ Keliogg"! Corn Flake*-, j the crUp, crisp flakes with tb dep, deep flavor-^ I h y 0 ** *•*>•• jut* es they ISIVI Kelson's Flavor KitchensJ o f resh that there's ven a hint, when you open the pecks**, | !" Piping hot aroma drifting from th oven doors. how fresh "fres*" can be by serving Kello's Com Flakes > your house Try the big family-sue package. ^ W of Bottle Creek Halperin To Manage Frank's Campaign Judge Bernard A. Frank, candidate for re-election to the Miami Beach City Council on June 2nd, announced this 'f. veek that Sam J. 1 j lalperin, Beach Realtor and civic eader, will manige his campaign. Haleprin, pres1 dent of the Miinn i Beach PresiI dent's Council, is a former head of the Miami Beach Board of Realtors. He is a member of the Board of Directors of Miami Beach Jewish Center, B'nai B'rith and the Hebrew Academy. He is also a vice president of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce and Better Business Bureau. Halperin said that Judge Frank has established campaign headquarters at 1218-1220 Washington Avenue. off, Miami Beach attorney and a past president of Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith. E. Albert Pallot, a past president of the State Federation, was elected to serve as trustee. Mrs. Jack R. Wein, past president of North Shore Women's Chapter, B'nai B'rith, was named president of the Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith Women's Chapter at the State Women's Federation Convention. Appointed to serve as secretary of the State Women's Federation was Mrs. Isadore Wallowick, a representative of North Shore B'nai B'rith Women's Chapter. Other officers elected in the Men's Federation were: David Wolper, St. Petersburg, secretary; Sam Robbins, Tallahassee, treasurer; regional vice presidents, J. Montrose Edrahi, Pensacola; Ben Goeldfield, Daytona Beach, Leonard Wolf, LakelandTAl Schneider, Jacksonville; and Charles Daniels, Hollywood. Other officers elected in the Women's Federation were: Mrs. Lottie Goldman, Miami Beach, 1st vice president; Mrs. Ann Marcus, Daytona Beach, 2nd vice president; Mrs. William B. Wolfson, Tampa, 3rd vice president; and Mrs. Frank V. 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PAGE 4B Education Bureau Sponsors Contest Rules for the Annual Essay Contest sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education for the Jewish schools of Greater Miami have been announced by Benjamin Meyers, president. Subject of the contest, honoring National American-Jewish History Week, will be: Great Personalities In American-Jewish History —Haym Salomon. Judah Tour, Mordecai Manuel Noah. Emma Nazarus and Louis D. Brandeis. All students of Sunday Schools in the fifth #rade and over are eligible. Essays must contain a minimum of 500 words and a maximum of 1.000 words. A musical menorah will be awarded the first winner in the county-wide contest, with silver Kiddush cups to be awarded the winning essays in each school. The deadline set for the submission of essays is May 17th. The annual testing program. Chaplain David Raab (left) is shown chatting with Mr. Joseph Linton, first Israeli Minister to Japan. Chaplain Raab, a native of Tel Aviv, discusses the future of the State of Israel in relasponsored by the Bureau of Jew, ion Q potent ^de with j apan He met the i^aoU Minister at a banquet given in honor of the opening of the Jewish Community Center in Tokyo, Japan. Chaplain Raab, XVI Corps Jewish Chaplain who is stationed in Sendai, North Hon. shu, Japan, is formerly of Miami Beach. He was commissioned a Chaplain on August 13, 1951, and has served at Fort Benning. Georgia, and the Far East. ish Education for the Sunday Schools of Greater Miami, is now going into effect, it was also an] nounced. From April 26th through May 3rd. standard tests in Jewish History. Customs and Ceremonies, I Bible. American-Jewish history and Zionism and Israel are being ad[ ministered in the schools. The j h Innnhe Pntc standard tests have been prepared | JOSe P n JaCODS rillS bv the Bureau and will be collected /1,,+ D^rvlif\*% I,,,.', U to determine tentative norms of ( > JeW1 achievement in the subjects tested. I'M Chorus Performs Mendelssohn Opus The University of Miami Chorus.' chandlers in the Jewish field. Ciegg Monrie, director, performed' J" s < released a booklet entitled. Taxpayer** Plan i itiz fit's Award A new Award, Miami Beach's Outstanding Citizen In Civic Senice, will be conferred annually by City, leading advertisers and mer,he Miami Beach Taxpayers' Association. Customs, Traditions Joseph Jacobs, of New York the oratorio. Elijah, by Felix Mendelssohn in Beaumont Hall on Tuesday evening. Scheduled as soloists were Frances Cooper. contra and Fred Riebel. baritone. Jeffry SI pianist, and William Sweitzer, organist, both of the School of Music faculty, performed the instrumental accompaniment. This was the second annual conCustoms And Traditions Of Israel. The 64-page publication is replete with many fine illustrations, a number of them by the famous The award will be given each December to the most civic-minded member in its own ranks, said the Taxpayers' president, P. J. Davis. "The aims of this Association are such as to appeal to those aitorKam £31\. 3; ^ht 1 T hxl l S£J?5 2?* dl dica,c ) d •V hc 2SSL? F>.,I Ri 0 v.i hurii,.n inffrv inii Wllh the '•** % %  calendar of this community,' Davis explained. holidays, the booklet describes in detail their origin, significance and manner of celebration in modern times. Among the holidays examined cert honoring the late Harold are R "* h "ashona. Yom Kippur. "We strive for intelligent planning, wisest zoning, property protection and every excellent aspect of good community life. "To develop interest even further, especially throughout the arBauer, who was for several ycars j Succoth, Chanuka, Purim, Pesach|ea. we will grant an annual award to the member who has done most for large-scale civic betterment." Selection will be made by a special committee and the Taxpayers' Board of Directors, it was announced here. music advisor and consultant for the I'M School of Music. and Shevuoth. • Adbb! Joseph E. Rackorslry MS Michigan Avenua Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 The booklet also deals with num— erous customs pertaining to these festivals, as well as with general ritual practices. Examined are the fast days, the Mezuzah. the Tallith, the phylacteries, the Seder table, the Arbah Kanfoth, the Tsitzith, Brith Millah, Pidyon Ha'Ben, Bar Mitzvah. marriage, sickness and death rites and Kashruth. Copies of the booklet are available at Dugan Brothers, 625 North 3rd Street. Newark 7, New Jersey. &+4r--.4r*&*-Cr*&'L&->^v^*&r&r^ PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Miami's On 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 Phono 4-5922 MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. MacktoL Director 5505 N. W. 3rd St Phono 87-8201 Listen To SCHACHTER'S New Yiddish Program lry Sunday, WMBM, 12 to 2 p.*. Thil program it lk first aad be* the largeit listening Mdieece Feature* the Jewish Phileteefctr NORMAN R. LYONS. News SHOSNANA SPlCTOt mi KAMI S. A. RUIIN Rathman Sees Oil Bill As Danger To Resort Facilities Darby Rathman this week foresaw an immediate peril for Miami Beach in the Tidelands Oil Bill which, by all indications, will become law within a few days. Rathman, a candidate for the Miami Beach city council, said that "there are already several oil prospectors in Tallahassee waiting for the Federal government to turn over to the state the title to the Tidelands and asking for franchises to drill off the coast of South Florida." Kathman indicated that this could lead to Miami Beach's becoming a ghost city, with its billion dollar facilities reduced to a fraction of their real value. "It happened in California, and it can happen here. My mission in this election campaign is to arouse the citizenry to this oncoming peril and to take steps while it is still time to prevent the ruin of Miami Beach." Formerly sales manager of the Shell Oil Company, Chicago, and president of the Producers and Refiners Corporation, Michigan, Rathman was until recently director of the Miami Beach Community Center. His supporters point out that he increased the attendance at the Center from 500 per week to 15.000. Carl Gardner, Miami Beach businessman, has been selected as c the citizen's g^. s candidacy. Campaign otfin opened at • h IV, 1 enue, and atlu^ftt Miami Convalesce-, i Chronic.,,, 8 IH.V^H 0 "' !•*. Spec, D,, ,, *" ""v... nd Se :*p^o, SYwVA r*, Bui| ders ifbvj Memorials for tki! Jewish Trade |l am fig 1 MM W. M Mntf Look for the 2-Story WfcJ Building Thurmond Monumentl MARKERS $40.00 Plm CEMETERY CHAHGB Open Sundayi Phoni 4.] Uet Aheail .. lAliv Ruth and Tj| Ask about our Save-for-Success Plan Industrial SAVINGS BANK 4* W. FLAGLER ST. LEONARD L. ABESS, Prti*ij LARGEST SAVINGS BANK IN THE SOUTH LEONARD A. LEVINE mVING BLASBERGJ BEACH MEMORIAL CHAPEL A/R COND/TIONHD Our Own Parking Facilities Adjoining The Chipl MIAMI AND MIAMI BEACH'S FINEST AND LARGEST JEWISH FUNERAL HOME 5-2100 or 5-5844 24-HOUR SERVICE (ES OHE OP AMERICA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL PlfSERM W 1850 ALTON ROAD • MIAMI BEACH C. W. HEARD. Funeral Director



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PAGE 6B +Jeistn<*kmr South Africa Has Tense, Fast Ballot By EDGAR BERNSTEIN OTA B uih A: idem* JOHANNESBURG — South Africa experienced the throes of the government's "apartheid" program aims at a more clearly demarcated separation than th< ion" policy of the United and Labor par Contrary to the imprevsior. what -;bly the tensest and. hj ^^ {oreign correspoi :•!> the shortest election ne rc was no "Jewish i.->ue" in this campaign ever. A combined op tecll ,, n The assumption that position comprising the late Field tnerc uas sprang from rememMarshal Smuts' Ignited Party and brance 0 f what happened durthe Labor Tarty, supported by the ]n .. the Hitler years when the Democratic Front, fought Premier x a K na i, s ts were infected by 0 F Malan's National Party which lhe ant i.jewish propaganda ex1 .,held power for the past five ported from Nan Germany. after narrowly and unexpoctBul tnev nave long since edly defeating Smuts' government in the general election of 1948 A total of 296 candidates were nominated this month for the 156 that had to be filled on polling day. April 15th With the exception of 20 seats in which 18 United Party candidates and two Na-• p rcm j er Havenga assured a deputionalists — the Prime Mini-ter ar.ci the Speaker — had been return.'.! unopposed every*seat was bttterl) contested, and even, where election meetings were on the go. Of the 296 candidates nominated. 12 were Jews Eight of these— •ITA) ppating in the work nf f n ~. H NCRAC 1961 Jofi**" combatting and pr.,tecti n rights in the United SutA American Jewish ConpJ Jewish Labor (VmmitteT Jewish War Veterans, tksl American Hebrew c l)ngre] | and representatives o[ the ti (eight Jewish community n h councils affiliated with AC. The Union of Orthodox ish Congregations and theCl Synagogue of America, which assumed full NCRAC"!. bership only in January of year, were concerned in the i tion of the plan which set i major objective-. Detailed program for toward these obje. sented in the plan as defL „tion from the South African Jewj -— — j**"** "*** %  -, ish Board of Deputies that the new 1 Starting imme diately. Miss Jean i ical test and physical examination., to var oua-suhjects or N Government stood on the pnncD onahoe. Navy civilian representaStenographers will be required to ; These include programs in, pie of norvdiscrimination against tive from Washington. DC. will take d.ctation at 80 words per mm-, to immigration employment Lny section of the European ^ Iocaled at h e Xavv Recruiting ute. Additional information on hv-1 crimination. discnminatioe. white population and looked forstation. Room 230. Post Office ing and working conditions in ward to the time when the sobui iding. Miami, to conduct inter-. Wasl Jewish question would disaw ay from the position and by and large are ashamed of that unhappy episode today. There was no anti-Semitism in the r^l election of 1948. and when the Nationalists were returned to' office. Premier Malan and Deputy J\#If*g| Being sworn in by Circuit Judge Stanley E. M.uedge (third from left) as three newly-admifted attorneys are Dr. Kurt WeiSSh ItoW. former member of the Austrian Bar who pracuced n Vienna; George M. Rubin (second from left), member of ne Massachusetts Bar; and Milton H. Richmond (nght). also a member of the Massachusetts Bar. Miami attorney Ben Essen looks on. The newly-admitted attorneys will all practice in Miami Beach. The recent ceremony was held in Judge Milledge's. chambers. w I onduet* interview*. TP*€H For i h'rival Work in Washington called Jew ish question would disvlcws an d tests daily for stenogDr Bernard Friedman. Dr Henry a ppear from South African poli-' rap hers and typists desiring civilGluckman. MrBertha Solomon. Iu j an positions with the Navy in MrHelen Suzman and MlllM A sjncc coming to office in 1948. Washington, according to an anE P Robinson M Kentndge. A. tne % a tionalists have, in fact, been nouncement this week. anxious to remove all suspicion of Interviewing hours are 9 a.m. to anti-Semitism and to promote bet5 p.m.. Monday through Friday. calling Miss Donahoe at 2-5277, or by personal interview at the Navy Recruiting Station. Bloomberg and H F Oppenheimer—were candidates of the I'nited Party: two — Leo Lovell and H Davidoff — for the Xabor Party; one. L H. Hirschsohn. as an independent supporting the National Party; and one. L Groom, as an Independent Liberal With the exception of Mrs Suzman. Hirsch tohn and Groom, all the Jewish candidates were members of the last Parliament, and some have many terms of Parliamentary senice behind them: five were returned unopposed. For the first time in South African historythe radio (which is here controlled by the Statel was used in the election campaign By arrangement between the government, the opposition and the South African Broadcasting Corporation, a series of national political broadca>t> was tea in which party spokes men placed the platforms of their parties before the electorate Thus, the election battle was carried into homes not ordinarily reached by election meetings, and everyone was drawn into a contest which both sides claimed to be crucial for the future of South Africa. ter relations between themselves and the Jewish community. They have received Jewish deputations sympathetically, they have continued South Africa's traditional pol Klramh'is Camp Srholartthiptt Art* educational institutions. discrimination, civil hi Communism, defamation. Nations, legal and legislative i ters, intercultural educatioa. bor, veterans, community ctumfc tion and mass media. Guide To Communititt The plan is intended to sent! a guide to all NCRAC agencies j to communities in the ment of their own program I It is presented u i and on Saturdays until noon. Ev-1 ening appointments will be grant-1JMM AWMHI ed by request Thirty thousand dollars in scholMiss Ronahoe emphasized that arsn jp S will be awarded to young' the year, the Navy Department "is seeking men an( i WO men. aged 18 through | form of recommendations. icy of friendship for Zionism and i loyal, efficient, young men and j 35, for the forthcoming season of in keeping with the voli they have extended special facili-j women for these Civil Service po-| the Brandeis Camp Institutes, recharacter of the NCRAC. ties for South African Jews to help ; sitions which carry a yearly salary eently announced Louis Levine, Israel. In the recent election campaign. Nationalists newspapers and various Nationalists candidates -tressed this attitude and assured the electorate that their party was free from all anti-Semitic intent. of $2,950 to $3,175. In turn, the Navy is making every' effort to provide satisfactory working conditions." Among the many services available to selected employees arc guaranteed room reservations upon president of the Brandeis Youth Foundation. These funds have been made available by the Foundation which makes it possible for 400 young people each summer to receive the leadership training provided by the Brandeis Camp In Mrs. Goldstein Heads Miami B'nai B'rith MrHerman J Goldstein has been unanimously elected president of the Miami B'nai B'rith Women. Other officers named unani mou.sly are the Mesdames Alfred Rich and Al Glasser. vice presidents: Allen Denn. recording secretary: Louis. D. Cohen, corresponding secretary: Sidney Kaplan, financial secretary. The Mesdames Joseph J Ra.wi*. arrival in Washington, counselling | stitutes in tne East and West, LeI sen ice. nonprofit cafeterias which | v j ne g^ provide 24-hour service, nursing and banking service and an organized recreational program which Applicants representing two hundred American and Canadian Jewish communities, national Jewsponsors dances, hikes and bowling jjh youth groups and majof ^ leagues. Additional benefits are automat-; j^J ic salary increases of $80 a year granted for satisfactory work, plus paid vacations and sick leave. General requirements are a typing speed of 40 words per minute and ability to pass a general clerYotang •IndaoanN leges and universities will vie for and national scholarship awards. Those young men and women receiving the highly-prized awards will have the opportunity of attending either the California Camp located in Santa Susana. or the Eastern Camp, located at Winterdale, Pennsylvania. "Devoted to the training of youth for leadership in the Araeri treasurer: Harvey Herman, counWhether the Union's future does !!„; Tina KaU. parliamentarian; FetO AlUllVWKai'V can Jewish Community, the Branin fact directly depend on the out and A z Alpert. historian. 1 deis Camp Institutes offer to capcome of this election is. of course. installation of officers will take | Israel Independence Day was aD j e youn g people a unique social a matter for debate Although p i acc at lne Biscayne Terrace Hocelebrated by Greater Miami there were major national issues te j on May 5 tn 12:30 p.m. CoYoung Judaea last Sunday, at on which government and oppochairmen of the affair will be Mrs Temple Beth Sholom. sition differed sharply, the differAD e AronoviU and Mrs Bernard' Taking part in the city wide Civic Orchestra Concert Is Slated For Sunday Eve ences are not as extreme as party Tytell propagandists claimed or as foreign correspondents were apt to assume. In an article in the independent Afrikaans weekly newspaper. Dagbreek. which has the largest cir culation of any Afrikaans paper in South Africa. Willem van Heerden. (he editor in-chief. said: "On The Miami Beach Civic Orcheseconomie and color questions, the tra. under tne baton of Robert differences between the parties stra-burg. will present a National are. if not slight, then at least so y UMC Week Pops Program on Sun vague that one cannot make head day. May 3rd. 8 15 p.m.. at Flaor tail of them The rea-^n is min g 0 p a rk obvious: parties which are chiefNorma Reiff will appear as soly divided according to race and prano soloist Judge Kenneth Oka language will not necessarily repu scheduled as musical narrator resent differences of opinion on Miss g^iff ^U be beard in high other matters That is not to say | lghts f r o m Victor Herbert's that there are no serious differ 8, U ghty Marietta and Richard ences at all. There was, for exRodgers' South Pacific Mr Strass ample, and there still is the _difD urg will lead the orchestra in ference about how Cotoureds must, Wf-ks ^y Beetlwen Dvorak. program was the following Young Judaea groups Israel Trailblazers, Chaya. Hatikvah. Haverot, Learn. Kadimah Juniors. Macca buns. Yaffee. Chaim Weizmann. Ben Zvi and Agudah Israel Boys. Highlight of the program was an original skit presented by the Chaim Weizmann Chapter and an exh. bition by the Young Judaea Israel Dance Troupe. After the program, an evening of singing. Israeli dancing and refreshments followed and educational experience," Levine said. "Learning Judaism by living it is the keynote of each of the 4-week sessions, one in July and one in August." Organizations and community leaders wishing to recommend candidates for Brandeis Scholarships, or young men and women who wish to apply may write for information to Rabbi Max Vorspan. director of Admissions, Brandeis Youth Foundation. PO. Box 1401, Beverly Hills. California, according to the announcement. agencies are expected to fol but which each autonomous 1 ber organizations may reject. The joint program plan mj drawn up in accordance resolution of the NCRAC I Session of last September. resolution stipulated that member agency of the NCRAC I mit its recommendations gram for "a specified fort ing period" to the standing 1 mittees of the NCRAC. tWj standing committees draw*] ommended joint plans %  respective areas of concern that the Executive CommitteeJ tegrate the sum total of the] so recommended by the committees, thereby estal joint program planning" This was part of the conB sial resolution adopted by r RAC Plenary Session as ation of a long process of I and discussion based on *' Iver report Adoption of*' lution led to the withdrawn! the NCRAC of the Amencnj ish Committee and B'rith. the two organuaiw^ consequently did not preparing the joint Mrs. Harry Shopiro In charge of arrangements were Vnm*rf Prpsirlpnt Of eanore Goodman Sid Mager. 2 VS? Brandeis Chapter Klean Mr* Beatrice M Solkmay. Mrs Miller and Sam Soldinger. I Brandeis Chapter, American Jewish Congress, held officer elections late last week. Mrs. Harry Shopiro will be president of the organization for the coming year. Others named to office include Theodore Gottfried To Open Miami Architecture Offices Theodore Gottfried announces the opening of his offices for the the Mesdames Harold Brown. W> Turk Seeks Acti* On Dade Merger Harold TB* %  M be represented in Parliamentand ciiere and in his own composHioo. practice of architecture at 1179 NEI liam>S^ LubowLeon Goodman and "to 0 Pastorale for Plute and" Strings the constitutional dispute flowed out of that There were also differences on The Beethovenwork is the Kg moot' Overture. The second and the degree of separation (not -on fourth irvn-erfleTrts from the New the prineante M, se p a r ati on that. World S y % %  > %  > will represent it tradition*! South Afrits* Pol-'Dromk GUere*. Banian Sailors i Negro *#?**&• sftlon tk slia**ofaB*i lfM*^ palalbf f^ o*faW §*. 79th Street. Miami A native Miamian. Gottfried attended Dade County schools and graduated from the College of Architecture at the University of Florida A graduate of the United States Merchant Marine Academy, he served in the Navy and Merrh lent Marine daring World War tt Morris Frank, vice presidents: Lewis Bobbins, treasurer; William Rirschner, financial secretary; S-. Shubm. recording secretary: and Anne Diamond, corresponding secretary Nominating Committee Chairman Mr? Jack Janort presented the slate. Councilman according to V 0 ** !" *: lead in Miami"Beacii* ling public opinion mand for a refer* Miami-Dade CooaV" week urged all *' groups to swamp the v tion with petition*.and demanding a pop^' %  Councilman Turk garaen signatures to pH*£* u ,ed at h.s e 3?5*f, and took them to d* %  lators in Tallahassee •They are the oaesj convinced that the^ out Dade County.^ ^ Ob the merger. J^^j rt of the leg.fj ever the majontyof^ ofuV' •ation wan^ w.^ with our n ^tfifl ** fom Sm?£ important. srt pj^red gny m