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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VOLUME 27Number 19
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MAY 8. 1953
PRICE: TEN CENTS
[mergency
Bill Calls For
New Quota
lavitz Legislation Aims
|At Implementation Of
iisenhower's Request
WASHINGTON (JTA) Repre-
Isentative Jacob K. Javitz, introduc-
|ed an emergency immigration bill
lin Congress this week to imple-
[ment President Eisenhower's re-
I quest for legislation to admit 240,-
|000 aliens in excess of quotas in
the next two years.
The Javits bill is similar to a
bill introduced, however, last week
in the Senate by three Republican
(senators but makes additional pro-
visions specifying that selection of
immigrants shall be without dis-
| crimination on grounds of race, re-
| ligion or national origin.
Congressional leaders gave a
bold reception last week to Presi-
dent Eisenhower's request for leg-
islation to correct injustices in' the
McCarran Walter Immigration Act,
and it appeared that there was no
chance of securing any revision
during this session of Congress.
Senator Arthur V. Watkins,
chairman of the Immigration Sub-
committee which received the
President's plea for consideration
of liberalizing immigration chang-
es, said he has no present plans to
schedule hearings. "It is too early
to start writing amendments to a
law that has only been in operation
two or three months," he asserted.
Representative Francis E. Wal-
ter, coauthor of the controversial
law. joined with Senator Watkins,
in sharply disagreeing with Mr.
Eisenhower on certain aspects of
specific objections against the Act.
Representative Walter said the
President had "joined the army ot
critics who have failed to read the
Act they criticize."
The American Legion's Execu-
tive Committee announced that it
Continued on Pat* 5 A
Arab Infiltration Forces
Israel To Set Up Frontier
Guard Patrol Stations
Tercentenary Fund Raisers: Three prominent American Jew-
ish leaders spearhead a drive to raise funds for the observ-
ance in 1954 of the 300th anniversary of Jewish settlement
in the United States which is now being organized by the
American Jewish Tercentenary Committee. They are (left to
right) Joseph Willen, executive vice president of the Federation
of Jewish Philanthropies of New York; Henry L. Moses, of
New York, treasurer of the American Jewish Tercentenary
Committee; and Albert M. Greenfield, of Philadelphia, chair-
man of the Tercentenary Finance Committee. The observance
will begin in September 1954 and continue through May 1955.
Report Russian Purge
Of Jews On In Poland
LONDON (JTA) Details of a purge of JeWs now being con-
ducted in Poland by a special department of the secret police were
reported here this week from Stockholm by Reuter's British news
agency.
The report said that direct information from Warsaw gave the of-
ficial title of the new anti-Jewish department as: "Special Bureau for
Registering the Polish Populatio.1
of Jewish Origin." It already is
busily at work listing the names,
addresses, occupation and personal
history of all Jews in the country
in the labor camps, the report stat-
ed. Isolated Bialystok, the report
explains, was chosen as the center
for the "ghettos" because it is on
Mew Units Will Take
Over Army Police Duty
JERUSALEM (JTA) Acting
under the pressure of continuous
Arab infiltration into Israel terri-
tory, the cabinet has decided to
organize a special unit within the
Israel police set-up to be known
as The Frontier Guards, it was
revealed this week.
The new unit, organization of
which is almost complete, will take
over responsibility for protection
of Israel's borders from Army and
police units which have until now
been diverted to this task from
other duties. The Frontier Guards
will be organized on the same basis
as the Army but will have only
police duties.
The government is proceeding at
top speed with acquisition of
equipment needed by the new fron-
tier unit. At the same time, dis-
cussions are under way with vil-
lages, municipalities and settle-
ments in the boVder regions to
work out details of the guards'
operations.
Earlier in the week, Premier
David Ben-Gurion told the Parlia-
mentary Security and Foreign Af-
fairs Committee that Israel will
All those with western connections | the eastern side of Poland, and any
aFe to be interned in special labor | jew escaping would have to cross
AlPERT NAMED H0N0RA1Y
CHAIRMAN OP EINSTEIN
MEDKAl COLLEGE DRIVE
George Alpert, president of
the Board of Trustees of Bran-
deis University, has been
lamed an honorary cam-
paign chairman of the Albert
Einstein College of Medicine
oi Yeshiva University. Alpeit
eh Miami this week follow-
ing top level discussions with
local leaders in the medical
chool campakm.
camps now being built in the Bia
lystok district. In charge of the
department and its camps is a Rus-
! sian secret police officer, Colonel
Morozcy, who has a number of oth-
er Russian officers as assistants,
the report asserted.
Acting on orders from Moscow,
Colonel Morozcy is making his
purge slowly. He has transferred
a number of Jewish Polish Army
officers from the coastal and wes-
tern frontier districts to Balystok
and billeted them in one of the
labor camps. They were not al-
lowed to take their families with
them and are living in semi-cap-
tivity. Officially, they are entrust-
ed with superintending the build-
ing of other labor camps although
they have not been told that the
internees earmarked for these
camps are Jews.
Internees will first be "trans-
ferred" to the Bialystok "ghettos"
and assigned to some fictitious job
there before being fully interned
. ^ $
200 Jewish Officers
Reported Executed
NEW YORK (JTA) About 200
Jewish officers and soldiers of the
Red Army were executed by the
Soviet authorities in a slave labor
camo known as Amur 3, in Siberia.
not far from Biro-Bidjan, it was re-
ported here. The mass executions
took place on March 5th, the day
that Stalin died, and the following
day
the whole of Poland to reach the
West.
Economic Measures
Meanwhile, the number of Jews
arriving in West Berlin from the
Soviet Zone of Germany and from
East Berlin this week is greater
than it has been for the past
months. The increase is attributed
not to discriminatory anti-Semi-
tism, which has not been conspic-
uous since the death of Stalin, but
to the harsh economic measures
recently imposed by the Commun-
ist regime.
Non-Governmental
Agencies Spurned
By UN Commission
GENEVA (JTA) The United
Nations Commission on Human
Rights, which is currently meeting
here, has turned down a request
by the non-governmental organiza-
tions accredited to the UN that
hey be permitted the right to sub-
mit petitions on matters pertain-
ing to human rights and funda-
mental freedoms.
The non-governmental groups,
including a number of world Jew-
ish organizations, have urged the
right of petition as a protection
for the people of the world, assert-
ing that such types of organiza-
tions might bring to international
attention human rights violations
by governments.
The UN Commission also reject-
ed the right of petition for indi-
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came from "reliable sources," the
report emphasized that for obvious
reasons it was not in a position
to reveal the sources, except to
state that the report came
from well-informed and trustwor-
thy persons."
Finally, the commission oted that
it could not itself act on human
rights matters on its own initia-
tive. This matter will be referred
to the UN Economic and Social
Council, the commission's parent
body, for action.
US Court Says
Union Can Get
Restitution
NUREMBURG (JTA) The US
Court of Restitution Appeals, su-
preme tribunal in restitution mat-
ters affecting the American zone,
has decided that contemporary
trade unions are entitled to the
return of property which was con-
fiscated from pre-Hitler unions by
the Nazi German Labor Front or
acquired by individual Nazi favor-
ites by the use of pressure.
The decision, announced by Pre-
siding Judge Fred J. Cohn, of
South Carolina, has no direct bear-
ing on Jewish claims. It will,
however, serve to assure union
support for the Allvd restitution
legislation now 0B the books,
which is under unremitting attack
from interested German quarters.
The success of these attacks may
be gauged from a disturbing Bun-
destag vote which has been gener-
ally overlooked although it is
deemed particularly significant in
view of its timing. Ten minutes
after ratifying the Israel repara-
tions agreement on March 18th,
when observers and newspaper-
men had already left the legislative
chamber, the West German Parlia-
ment called upon the Federal Gov-
ernment to submit by the end of
April a draft law "to deal with
the obvious hardships occasioned
through the handling of restitution
by the occupation powers."
This motion, with the aid of
which Its sponsors would like to
re-open restitution cases that have
already been settled by the return
of property to its rightful Jewish
owners, was adopted by a substan-
tial majority. There were no
"nay" votes.
take necessary measures to repel
planned infiltration of her terri-
tory by marauding bands of Arabs.
Reporting on the security situa-
tion, the premier charged that or-
ganized bands from the neighbor-
ing Arab countries infiltrate Israel,
according to plan, to rob and mur-
der. The Premier also dealt with
foreign affairs. Among other mat-
ters, the committee considered
forthcoming changes in the United
Nations truce supervision machin-
ery resulting from the resignation
of its chief, General William E.
Riley.
Mr. Ben-Gurion and General
Riley conferred during the week
on the situation along Israel's en-
tire frontier. General Riley. who
has served with the UN in Pales-
tine since 1948, when he came as
military aide of UN mediator Dr.
Ralph Bunche, is scheduled to sur-
render his post May 15th.
New Jordan Movements
An Israel military spokesman* an-
nounced that Jordan troops have
been taking up new positions at
the Augusta Victoria Hospice above
the Hebrew University on Mount
Scopus in clear violation of the
Israel-Jordan armistice agreement.
Israeli authorities immediately pro-
tested to the Mixed Armistice Com-
mission against the Arab Legion
movement in the demilitarized
zone.
Israeli spokesmen also disclosed
that Bedouin infiltrees from Egyp-
tian territory bad invaded Israel
territory-, mined a bridge near
Beersheba and attacked motor traf-
fic in the area of the bridge.
Only minor damage was caused
to the span. The Arabs withdrew
when an Israeli patrol engaged
them. The Israelis suffered no cas-
ualties. The Israelis have com-
plained of the attack to the Israel-
Egyptian Mixed Armistice Com-
mission.
Meanwhile, the Jordan-Israel
Mixed Armistice Commission held
an "informal" meeting and decid-
ed to hold a joint investigation of
the recent two-hour exchange of
rifle fire between Israeli and Arab
Legion troops in Jerusalem, in an
attempt to assess responsibility.
The Jordan representatives on the
commission, however, withheld
formal approval of the inquiry
pending consultation with the Jor-
dan Government.
Egypt May Discuss
Peace With Israel
WASHINGTON (JTA) Dr. Ah-
med Hussein, new Egyption Am-
bassador to Washington, said at a
press conference here that follow-
ing a settlement with the British
on the Suez Canal question, Egypt
will "hear any fair proposals" to
meet with Israel "without any par-
I ty dictating conditions" and with
the parties respecting United Na-
tions decisions.
1 The Ambassador indicated that
,"it would be difficult" for Israel
and Egypt to join the same defense
pact. However, he said that there
was nothing to prevent the
strengthening of an all-Arab pact
or to prevent the West from hav-
ing a separate agreement with Is-
rael. He declared that "Egypt has
no ambitions of aggression but on-
ly wishes sovereignty of its own."



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A Mother's Day reception and
brunch will be tendered by Harold
Shapiro, candidate for Miami Beach
City Council, on Sunday morning,
May 10th, at the Surfcomber Hotel.
Shapiro stepped up the pace of
his campaign during the week, op-
ening headquarters at 1436 Wash-
ington Avenue, and reportedly de-
livering more than 20 talks
throughout the^city. The former
president of the Miami Beach Zion-
Campaign
ists announced that he will open
headquarters in the South Shore,
41st Street and 71st Street sections
later this week.
Shapiro said that he had receiv-
ed "scores of letters from persons
answering his request for their
opinions on the leading campaign
issues." He stated that his system
of getting opinions from every pre-
cinct is "the only proper manner
to obtain a true cross-section of
prevalent attitudes.
[Members of the committee planning the fifth anniversary celebration of Israel's Indepen-
Idence meet to complete arrangements for the May 14th rally at Flamingo Park. Shown
Ifleft to right) are I. S. Shapoff, Rabbi Samuel S. Lerer. Gerald Schwartz. Burnett Roth, fted
[jonas. Dr. Emanuel Kaplan, J. Harrison. Mrs. George M. Cohen, chairman of the council, goes
[over the evening's program with Mrs. Irwin Weinstein (right) program chairman. Not present
[for the photograph were committee members Anna Brenner Meyers, Mrs. Bee Jaffer, Fred
IShochet and Mrs. Emanuel Karger.
"housands To Mark Anniversary
>f Israel's Independence At Rally
Several thousand persons are ex-1 ture local Zionist leaders in the
cted to crowd Miami Beach's starring roles.
flamingo Park on Thursday night,
Jay 14th, to mark the fifth anni-
versary of the independence of Is-
ael The state's freedom was pro-
claimed on May 14th, 1948, with
late Dr. Chaim Weizmann as-
Juming the presidency on that day.
Thursday's rally is co-sponsored
Ly the Zionist Council of South
Florida and the Greater Miami
Chapter of the American Christian
Palestine Committee.
An original dramatization of Dr.
IVeizmann's life, Prince Of Israel,
ill be featured on the program.
Written and directed by Professor
|am Hirsch, of the University of
diami Drama Depart, it will fea-
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Dow expanded its operations and
Is prepared to give the customer
peeking service on his old auto or
i fine buy in one of Hudson's many
hew models "the best available,"
becording to the firm's owners and
pperators.
Isadore (Izzy) Tendrich announc-
ed the company's location this
heek at 1305 SW 8th Street. Co-
owners with him are Sammy Ten-
Idrich and C. H. Rumph who has
[been with Hudson for 17 years.
I"We are an old force at a new
place." the Tendrich brothers and
Humph said. "Our sales and serv-
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[maximum dollar-for-dollar value in
|the area."
In charge of service Is Gilbert
[Lichtenstetter who has also been
pith Hudson for 17 years. Accord-
ling to the owners, Hudson Trail
[Motors includes a staff whose ex-
perience totals an aggregate of 100
bears of automobile activity.
Young Judaea groups, sponsored
by the ZOA and Hadassah, will
stage traditional Israeli dances in
the street outside of the park fol-
lowing the program. The Chaim
Weizmann, Nair Tamid, Hatikvoh
and Taofim senior Judaea groups,
as well as the Intercollegiate Zion-
ist Federation of America Chapter
at the University of Miami, will
participate. The street will be rop-
ed off to vehicular traffic through
the courtesy of city officials.
Dr. Jacob Kaplan, president of
the Florida Rabbinical Association,
will give the invocation. The Rev-
erend Edward Ullrich, vice chair-
man of the local chapter of the
American Christian Palestine Com-
mittee, will give the benediction.
Mrs. Irwin Weinstein will serve
as,program chairman for the eve-
ning. Dr. H. Franklin Williams,
co-chairman of the American Chris-
tian Palestine Committee, will be
a featured speaker.
Israeli Program Features
Songs, Dances Sunday
The Greater Miami Zionist Youth
Commission will present a program
of Israeli songs and dances on May
10th, at the Jewish Home for the
Aged.
Taking part in the program will
be the Young Judaea Israeli Dance
Troupe, consisting of Judy Sha-
piro, Tamara Mamches, Aviva
Kaminesky, Helene Seidner, Har-
riet Solloway and Allita Hoffman.
Frances Frome will be accompa-
nist. The Haverot Junior Club will
sing several Israel selections.
Kurman Is Absent;
Voice Heard On Tape
The "man who wasn't there"
at the Jewish Home for the Aged's
recent graduation exercises was
acknowledging this week that one's
spirit can bas as important as one's
presence.
Still confined to bed in his sixth
week of illness, Abe Kurman had
been unable to attend the Douglas
Gardens event. Kurman is presi-
dent of the Jewish Home for the
Aged.
One highlight of the program
was to have been his personal mes-
sage. Unable to appear, he wrote
the message and sent it to be read
that afternoon. However, as many
discovered when they gathered to
do honor to the Home's 13 "grad-
uates", Kurman managed to get
there after all via a radio-re-
cording that brought his voice to
the ceremonies.
Goron Unreiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Clara
Gorbn, formerly of 1839 -Meridian
Avenue, Miami Beach, will take
place Sunday, May 10th, 1:30 p.m.,
at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi
Irving Lehrman officiating. Mrs.
Goron is survived by three daugh-
ters, Miriam, Rosa and Ledit, and
two sons, Sacha and Rudolph. Ar-
rangements are in charge of Thur-
mond Monument Company. Friends
and relatives are asked to attend.
Goodwill Group Meeting
The Goodwill Group of Greater
Miami will hold a Board of Direc-
tors meeting on Tuesday. May 14th,
1 p.m., in the home of Mrs. Eva
B. Krohn, 2431 Swanson Avenue,
Coconut Grove.
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The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Sadie S.
Spirer, formerly of 630 77th
Street, Miami Beach, will take
place Sunday, May 10th, 2 p.m.,
at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi
Morris Skop officiating. Mrs. Spir-
er is survived by her husband, Jac-
ob, four sons, one of whom is Dr.
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Fleischer Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Flor-
ence Fleischer, formerly of 215
Phoenetia Avenue, Coral Gables,
will take place Sunday, May 10th,
1 p.m., with Rabbi Irving Lehrman
officiating. Mrs. Fleischer is sur-
vived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
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( By LEO MINDLIN
Genocide And Politics
American Jewry has a particular stake in
the United Nations Genocide Convention. For
one thing, it has traditionally allied itself with
all liberal-thinking attitudes and especially
where intergroup relations are concerned. For
another, the question of genocide strikes deep-
ly at the roots of World Jewry generally.
At the conclusion of World War II, our nation
took a leading role in formulating a covenant
that would establish as a crime against human-
ity all organized attacks against a particular
racial or religious group. Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles, then an American delegate
to the United Nations, stood in the ranks of the
world's foremost statesmen calling for the es-
tablishment of such a covenant.
We have been watching since that time with
increasing concern the fate of the genocide
pact. US leadership in this regard has taken
an about face, ana Mr. Dulles and the State
Department remain silent on the matter. Con-
gress, on the other hand, has been negatively
vocal.
It does not speak well for our nation's demo-
cratic tradition to make a political pork barrel
of this serious issue. Capitol Hill leaders, with
Senator Bricker in the forefront, have designed
a resolution to frustrate any American effort
applied in the direction of underwriting the
Genocide Convention. Their rationale, we must
agree, is a simple one. But it is erroneous, as
well.
Supporters of the Bricker resolution point to
the "secret" and "unilateral" agreements
reached with the Russians at Yalta, Teheran
end Casablanca. They say that these agree-
ments have since brought untold misery to
American foreign policy and that their legis-
lation will be designed to limit the power of
the President to enter into international under-
standings without the consent of Congress.
But there is little said about the men behind
Senator Bricker who fear that American en-
dorsement of the Genocide Convention may
boomerang and be applied to the sensitive
problem of race relations here in the South.
Meanwhile, we are content to excuse our
negative attitude toward the genocide pact with
this slim pretext of "secret agrements", adding
only the untenable belief that genocide policies
are internal matters of a nation and that the
US must exclude itself from the possibility of
being forced to interfere with the at-home activ-
ities of other governments.
We respectfully wonder if the Nazi murder
of six million Jews was an internal German
matter. This is the hot potato with which Mrs.
Oswald Lord, American UN representative to
the Genocide Convention in Europe, must now
wrestle. While the world, behind a double-
talking Russian leadership, calls for ratification
of the genocide treaty, Mrs. Lord must report
that the US is unwilling to underwirte it on the
basis of this and other flimsy excuses.
STRANGE BUDDIES
Allergic To Humanity
The shock that hit Washington last week
when President Eisenhower suggested changes
to Congress in the McCarran Immigration Act
is now open to observation. The President dip-
lomatically soft-pedalled his suggestion by first
urging a revision upward of existing alien
quotas during the next two years.
Mr. Eisenhower's appeal was on the basis
of traditional American sympathy toward
political refugees and understanding of econ- j
omic adversity. In a subsequent note to Arthur !
V. Watkins, chairman of the Senate Immigra-1
tion Subcommittee, the President asked for a
new study of the McCarran Act with a view
toward correcting its injustices.
Pat McCarran. co-author of the immigration
legislation, has as yet made no public observa-
tion on Mr. Eisenhower's plea. But Francis E
Walter, of the House of Representatives, was
quick to condemn the President and suggested
Mr. Eisenhower had not even read the
that
Xow The UN Sees
The Government of Israel has finally been
forced to establish a police border patrol sta-
tioned along its Arab frontiers. In the face of
an increasing number of infiltration actions
Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion announced
the formation this week of the new Frontier
Guard.
Israel's border problem has become more
tense during the past few months, and it ap-
pears that added difficulty is in the offing now
that General William E. Riley, United Nations
truce supervisor since 1948, intends to resiqn
on May 15th. *
AH of this, it seems to us, makes for a very
unbalanced situation. We have concrete cause
to be concerned when we recall that Egypt's
General Naguib late last month characterized
Israel as "the cancer of the Near East." Polit-
ical observers can't help wondering what this
remark has to do with the fact that Jordan
troops are currently taking up new positions
above Mount Scopus in clear violation of the
Arab armistice agreement.
It is to be hoped that the United Nations will
finally get around to recognizing who really is
responsible for these sharp border incidents
ami that UN leaders will henceforth listen with
disbelief to Arab charges of Israeli violations.
conboversial act. Expressing his own senti-
ments on the matter. Senator Watkins has al-
ready gone on record as stating that it was
much too early for changes to be made
-_^.y?***. President for his request. Rep-
resentative Walter said that Mr. EisenhowS
had apparently joined the army of persons X
rETJ*12? WhUe knwing littiror nothing
about ... This puts us in mind of the bitter de
nunciation in Congress of "Europe's s^un?
Penn^ TrUman Te,0ed hi8 bUL Krhaps Se
Pennsylvania legislator thinks of this "army"
in no more gracious terms.
All of this adds up to the fact that Congress
has joined forces in an effort to squelch me
resentment of public opinion against 1he Mc
Carran Act and to ignore the President ad-
visory h seems to us that this means mere5
nit We' ^ *** udy S ^e
THE FLORIDA REGION OF HADASSAH c
conference on Miami Beach with a banquet at the i- ** *]
Monday evening. Main speaker was Mrs. Julian Anseli"*5' Hl*<3
Number 19 etts, National Hadassah vice president and advi^r',:'J[N1
conference here. ">e thnJ"
Mrs. Ansell has a touch of Eleanor Roosevelt in he
oratory. She certainly raised a number of important k m,on,lw(
talk and presented them in a poetical flow of words r Uesdllrij|
former First Lady. Most significant was the mann.'n'"l,*tt,'l
I Ansell collapsed the five-year period since the ostlVH *** *
1 State of Israel so that Hadassah's role could be clearl "^
This was accomplished by bracketing Israels shunT""*4
history between a personal observation and an exomi V" ***
I of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Mrs. Ansell plaborS"*"
emotional reaction to her first sight of the Jewish Si-u'. .ap,,,
El Al. in a New York City terminal. She said that the oK.""
in mind of those first bleak days following UN partition T W
when seven Arab armies fell upon a defenseless Jewish ell
exterminate it. n con"numtj^
There could, of course, be little better example of top,-, j
mcrcial existence on the international scene than an fiaT, *"
Idlewild. Presumably, it had much the same effect on SL ^'
did the appearance here of the merchant ship Henrietta ^f*?'
Miamians last August. But the quotation from the Lone III '
about a Newport Synagogue, in addition to proving that M S]
is a good New Englander, heightened even further the i/J_!l
of the Jewish State's rebirth by denying a popular notion abSfySl
A PREVALENT THEORY IS THAT NATIONS once fallen J
rise again. This was the basis for the verse which deplore t|J3
that Jewish tradition, although manifest in Houses of Worshn .Jti
the religious practices of millions of persons, is nontheless de, Psalms of David, Longfellow wrote, may continue to echo and r*3
in countless synagogues, but the culture that evolved them suceuri
to the Roman onslaught twenty centuries ago ^|
, Jl.WaS '.hue P(?.tS mistaken ^ief, stemming from the ''experiencfl
of history, that Mrs. An.sell used so effectively to cmphasiiTtaLV
current vigor only five short years after its establishment Dinar.!
brief period, she said, Hadassah had done much to ouicken the a
of the Jewish State. It seems needless to list here the accomplish!.
oi the Women a Zionist Organization. Its contribution to edw
medicine and child rescue activities are countless. Mrs Ansell m
a far more vital issue when she alluded to Hadassah's future role
Most heartening was the fact that she stressed the organiatJo
awareness of the contemporary political scene. Inferring to the
State Department, she suggested the possibility that future Ameri
policy may outline a less friendly attitude toward Israel than had
vailed two years ago. On the face of it, this seemed a more forthrU
and unflinching acceptance of foreign diplomatic change than is cm
rently manifest in Hadassah's parent Zionist Organization It maj]
have been somewhat naive for Mrs. Ansell to insist that the sheer]
number of one-half million Hadassah members can change the think* 1
of Mr. John Foster Dulles, but such zest went a long way toward iJ
pressing upon her audience that women have a vital part to play ii I
Zionist affairs.
In this regard, she stressed the importance of Hadassah's education
Program which is designed to clarify for its membership the meaning,
or Zionism and the movement's relation to Judaism This express*
in simplest terms Rabbi Irving Miller's call for "spiritual identifier |
tion one with which the ZOA has had great difficulty. Avoiding the
problems of theory and conflicting definitions of purpose, the Women's
urganization seems to have attained a measure of success as an active
manifestation of Zionism.
.ItI!8!Iy responsible for ths >s Hadassah's awareness of the job that
must be done in America and the continued support of its Israeli pro-
jects without attempting to fit them into a predetermined political
Zionist rationale.
IARS. ANSELL'S AWARENESS WAS ALSO realistically framed
in her recognition of the negative forces within US Jewry that main-
tain belligerent attitudes toward Israel and a successful World Jewish
identification. As I see it, her public reference "to those within our
ranks who wanted to have us fail," was courageous, indeed.
Vs an effective approach to the educative process as it per-
tains to Zionism. I suppose Mrs. Ansell had in mind such groups like
ine American Council for Judaism which supports the notion that
Zionism and Zionist affiliation necessarily lead to the problem of
double allegiance. This can have no meaning for any organization
whose purpose is as clear as Hadassah's.
. h Wmen "Zion'sts can do much to advance the strength of Israel
ano tne understanding of American Jewry. This was the essence of
Mrs. Ansell s message. It is gratifying to feel that Hadassah s activity
n this regard continues while the Zionist movement, at large, goes
inrough a period of theoretical readjustment. If its leadership u
Plagued by some of the hesitancy now apparent in the ZOA certainly
none of it showed up during the course of the conference here.
We at least hope that Congress will not deny
^oofTHddZn8,^ for ^ admiMion 3
^40 000 additional refugees above existina
quotas during the next two years. ReDrenTo
live Jacob K Javits has already mtrXcS an
EBTKi1! .n C?piil "M*** regard
Should it be set aside as part of the curren
Congressional allergy towarTall matter. pe!
taming to immigration, then we shall haveto
ay, along with the rest of the world: "Where
is oux humanity fled?"
The Chaplain
By Chaplain Edwin Schoffman
First Lieutenant, USAF
ELMENDORF AIR FORCE
BASE. ALASKA One week not
CuLn80 \ deUvered Character
evtJ .. ,eC,UPe" t0 a,most
every unit at Elmendorf. My
topic was Life, Reputation And
..i!,"6 ** not lon* "8 J To .Imrif3Cter Guid"<* "ectures
to a most every unit at Elmendorf.
rh.lL W"S Ufe' Rotation And
?* r about unpromis-
ing a group of words as you can
g*20*!***** I worked hard
on it developing an approach to
our baste freedoms versus the
Communist idea and. with movfe
I UP t the film library to
I
present it. *** **% g^ "* *
*"* I gave it a "road tryout" n
Of Elmendorf
in the sticks Naknek Then,
surely enough, I was "booked" in-
to the main theatre on the Base
for a big time two-a-da> presen-
tation.
The comments were terrific -
they bowled me over, modesty and
all. As a result of these Pr
formances", I am known to even-
one. Every door is open to me.
People I'd never seen betore now
stop me and voice their thanks
for the "terrifk talk" I gave. J
learned that officers called up tn
Section chaplain to suggest that l
be given a special commendation
that it was the best Character
Guidance lecture they'd ever heard
(possibly because it was the firs'
one they didnt sleep througn,
thanks to my top-of-the-voice p-


r**>lsttkridlan
. Emergency Bill Calls For Hew
Quota; To Implement Ike's Plea
PAGE 5 A
inutd from Pogo 1 called to the attention of Congress,
lrt the McCarran-Walter nine Jewish organisations said in
a statement made public this week.
The organizations expressed grat-
ification that the President had
forwarded to Congress the com-
plaints which he had received of
such injustices. His action, they
said, was "a practical demonstra-
tion of his continued determination
to forge an immigration policy and
law expressing our best traditions."
Joining in the statement were
the American Jewish Congress,
Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society!
Jewish Labor Committee, Jewish
War Veterans of the United States,
National Community Relations Ad-
visory Council, Union of American
p Hebrew Congregations, Union oi
LCtmpuign Orthodox Jewish Congregations of
America, United Service
Act against "any and
nPts" to repeal it. The
e -deplored" recent at-
the measure and said its
ras based on recommenda-
fthe LeKion's Americanism
kee.
Ask Revision
Lonment of the "racist" na-
bigins quota system is urg-
eded as a requisite to cor-
|of the injustices in the Mc-
IValter Immigration Law
president Eisenhower has
e To Chair
>aign
Cove, prominent in Miami
Jewish affairs and civic and
lent circles, was announced
elt as < hairmarTof the Cam-
Committec for Councilman

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for New
Americans and United Synagogue
of America. The statement was re-
leased through the NCRAC.
A flexible immigration law
should replace the present law, the
statement declared to "enable this
country to respond quickly and
within the framework of our per-
manent immigration laws to such
emergency situations as the Presi-
dent described in his message of
April 23rd, calling for a program
to admit an additional 240,000 per-
sons."
Recalling the President's asser-
tion that "existing legislation con-
tains injustices it does, in fact,
discriminate," the Jewish groups
called on him to "continue to give
leadership to Congress so that this
discrimination may cease." They
urged immediate hearings by^Sen-
ate and House Committees, in ac-
cordance with the President's rec-
ommendation.
A pair of subway strap-hangers receive direction from dramatic coach Mrs. Gershon Miller
(seated below the stage) in rehearsal for the forthcoming presentation of Subway Rhapsody,
a play by Professor Sam Hirsch, scheduled for presentation by the Beach Branch, Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center, on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. May 12th and 13th.
The two "stiap-hangers" are William Cohen and Marie Morewitz. Other performers are: Al
Balm. Howard Green, Sandy Michelberg, Bob Lyons, Aaron Gluckowsky, Sandra Tennant.
Melvin Finn, Florence Shore, Zoe Starr, Maxine Brandeis, Charles Levine, Norma Greene
and Leona Pagach. Proceeds of the play will go to the Campus Assistance Fund.
Florida Region Hadassah Concludes
Meet; Mrs. Klausner President Again
The Florida Region of Hadassah hope that the new regional officers
concluded its three-day annual con-
ference on Miami Beach with a
banquet at the Empress Hotel last
Monday evening.
Re-elected to continue in their
regional offices were the Mesdames
Herman Klausner, of Jacksonville,
president; Irwin Weinstein, Miami
Henry Cove
It ion
Turk. He said a strong or-
has been formed to
ir Turk's re-election.
is vice chairman of Florida
al Palsy Association and a
r nt i lie Executive .Commit
National Cerebral Palsy As-
on.
is general manager of Vogue
ry and vice president of the
y and Dry Cleaners Board
de.
is a trustee of Miami Beach
Center and a director in Its
Club He belongs to the Zi-
Organi/ation of America and
s Lodge of B'nai B'rith.
on the Board of Governors
Miami Beach Chamber of
and belongs to the Mi-
ach Kiwanis Club and Vari-
ub. He is a 32nd degree Ma-
hriner and Elk.
of his first activities under
airmanship is to preside to-
the teNtimonial luncheon be-
eld in honor of Councilman
the Delano Hotel.
nerce
Judy Layne Sings
At Dade Auditorium
Miss Judy Layne appeared in
Sunday as part of a young artists'
concert. She is one of a group of
local contest winners sponsored by
the Miami Music Club which sup-
ports National Music Week here.
A mezzo-soprano, Miss Layne
performed Hageman's Do Not
Go, My Love; Grieg's I Love Thee;
and Tschaikowsky's Adieu, Forets,
from Jeanne d'Arc.
Miss Layne is a senior student
at Miami Beach High School. The
16-year-old singer studies Voice
with Dr. Paul Beck, whose studio
is at 434 NE 25th Street.
u
NEW YORK (JTA) The 3,000
delegates to the UAHC Convention
here -intensively discussed prob-
lems of the American Jewish com-
munity and adopted a series of
resolutions on major issues.
One resolution declared that
"the McCarran-Walter Immigration
Act should be promptly amended
to correct its present discrimina-
tory provisions."
Beach, vice president; Miriam Sir-
kin. Miami Beach, vice president;
and Albert Morrell, Orlando, treas-
urer.
Others named to office are the
Mesdames Benjamin Eisenstein,
Sarasota, vice president; Ben Baer,
Daytona Beach, vice president; J.
J. Briefer, Hollywood, recording
secretary; and Hyman Katz, Jack-
sonville, corresponding secretary.
Some 150 delegates attended the
Florida conference which was also
witnessed by more than 180 visi-
tors. The banquet Monday evening
heard Mrs. Julian Ansell, of New-
ton Centre, Massachusetts, Nation-
al Hadassah vice president and ad-
visor to the three-day meeting,
make a plea to the delegates to re-
turn to their community chapters
and carry on the work of the Wom-
en's Zionist Organization.
"We can not be certain," Mrs.
Ansell said, "that future American
policy toward Israel will be as
friendly as it was two years ago."
But, she added, one-half million
Hadassah members could certainly
make their wishes known to the
US State Department. Reviewing
the organization's contribution to
the Jewish State's development,
she warned that much still remain-
ed to be done in educating Ameri-
can women to the meaning of Zion-
ism and Jewish tradition.
In a brief address to the dele-
gates, Mrs. Klausner expressed the
would take up the activities of
their posts with the vigor shown
in the past by Hadassah's retiring
leaders.
The three-day conference includ-
ed workshop symposiums on hu- j
man relations and health. A panel!
on intergroup activities was fea-
tured Sunday evening at the Em-
press, with Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
spiritual leader of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center, and Dr. Miller A.
F. Ritchie, chairman of the De-
partment of Human Relations at
the University of Miami, partici-
pating.
A medical luncheon was also
held on Sunday during which Dr.
Maurice Lev, Mount Sinai patholo-
gist, discussed health horizons.
ffrapp |f Holiday
Camp To Open
Arts and crafts and creative
drawing will be featured in the Day
Camp program sponsored by Hil-
lel's Happy Holiday Summer Day
Camp under the dual direction of
Mrs. Morris A. Skop and Mrs. Lee
Elman.
The program will run from June
15th through August 15th, 9:30
a.m. to 4 p.m.. and will be operated
at the Hillel House, Coral Gables.
Swimming will be an important
part of the day's activity, accord-
ing to an announcement this week.
A program of outdoor and in-
door activities will be offered.
Children from 4 to 11 years of age
are eligible.
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Personally
Speaking .
Mr. and Mrs. Barry Olivares, of
6428 S\V 11th Street. Miami, an-
nounce the birth of their son, Neal
Carey, on April 25th, at Jackson
Memorial Hospital. The Briss took
place on Sunday, May 3rd. Rabbi
Alfred Waxman and Reverend
Abraham Seif officiated. The San-
dig was Solomon Steiner, of 829 Es-
panola Way, Miami Beach. God-
parents were Mr. and Mrs. Lou
Brown, of 1001 SW 63rd Avenue.
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Abrams, 104 SW 20th Avenue.
ft ft ft
Mrs. Martin A. Goldman, of Hill-
side, New Jersey, is visiting her
sister and brother in-law. Mr. and
Mrs. Leon Lieberman, of 2468 SW
12th Street.
* -tt *
Mrs. Etha Beck, of 2331 SW 19th
Street, entertained twenty-five
women at her home with luncheon
on Tuesday.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Harry KoreUky. of
LaGorce Drive, hotel operators on
Miami Beach, are leaving for Hot
Springs. Arkansas, where they will
spend a three-week vacation.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Weiss, of
140 N'W 43rd Place, announce the
birth of their son. Jeffrey David,
at Mercy Hospital on April 24th.
The Briss took place Sunday. May
3rd. at their home, with Reverend
Abraham Seif officiating. Paternal
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Albert S. Weiss. 3603 SW 16th
Street. Godparents were Mr. and
Mrs. John M. Wegmann, of 11015
N'W 5th Avenue. Maternal grand-
mother is Mrs. Rose London, 140
NW 43rd Place.
ft ft ft
Nathan K. Spector, of 2431 SW
27th Street, former owner of the
Douglas Sanitorium and Convales-
cent Home, is leaving for Philadel-
phia to attend the Bar Mitzvah of
his grandson. California will be
the second stop of Spector's trip.
His brother. Mr. Herman Spector,
is senior librarian at San Quentin
Prison.
ft ft ft
Natalie Paula Spilka. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Spilka. cele-
brated her fifth birthday anniver-
sary with a party at her home on
Wednesday evening. Present for
the occasion were her maternal
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Nat
Roth.
Miss Ludwig Will
Wed On July 12th
The engagement of their daugh-
ter. Sheila, to Mr. Robert Smith,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Smith.
1621 Noc-a-tee Drive, is announced
> by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ludwig,
! 1901 South Miami Avenue.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
: the University of Miami, where she
'received the Bachelor of Educa-
I tion degree. While there, she was
active in Delta Phi Epsilon Soror-
jity. A native Miamian and a past
I state sweetheart of AZA. Miss Lud
,wig currently teaches at the Beth
I El Academy.
Mr. Smith attended the Univer-
isity of Miami and saw overseas
, duty with the Navy during World
War II. He it engaged in business
in South Miami.
The couple will be married at
the Biscayne Terrace Hotel on July
!l2th.
>*
Mist Sally Hoiot More/.k
Ihirelik, Levine
Betrothal Told
Mr .and Mrs. Edward Harelik. of
141 SW 53rd Court, announce the
engagement of their daughter.
Sallye Elaine, to Paul N. Lawrence,
son of Mr. and Mrs. David Levine,
Fort Lauderdale.
Miss Harelik is a graduate of Mi-
ami High School and was a mem-
ber of Tri Beta Sorority. She also
attended the University of Miami,
was a member of Phi Sigma Sigma
Sorority and pledged Sigma Delta
Chi.
The bride-elect is presently em-
ployed in the executive office at
the Shelborne Hotel. Her fiance
is a dental technician in the Navy
and is now stationed in San Diego,
California. He previously attended
a chiropractic school in New York.
Miss Harelik is formerly of De-
troit and plans to be married dur-
ing the early part of August there.
The couple plan a honeymoon in
Mexico.
Kiddush Will F^U
Altman Bar MitzvJ
Robert M. Altman, son /
and Mrs. Al Altman, 221 sS
Place, Miami. will ^
Mitzvah on Saturday, May ,
* Flagler-Granada Jewish!q
JosePh Hora
munity Center,
will officiate.
Robert is a student at tne.
loch Park Junior High School.
1 attends the Religious School of!
Flagler-Granada Jewish Co, '
ity Center.
A Kiddush will follow the
ices. Mr. Altman's nit
nephew, newlywods Mr. and
Martin Lee Altman, will be
those present.
P
IP
Alpha eKpsilon
Phi Alumnae
Gives Degrees
Alumnae of the Alpha Epsilon
Phi Sorority are presenting cook-
books to graduating senior mem-
bers of the local chapter at an an-
nual installation luncheon on May
16th. at the Shelborne Hotel.
Mrs. Jean Lehman, who is in
charge of arrangements for the
luncheon, will also administer
graduate degrees to the following
seniors: Misses Barbara Black-
stein, Sally Singer, Carol Dworet-
sky, Carol Schwartz, Claire Dress-
ier, Lorraine Jacobskind. Florence
Katkin and Ann Alpert.
Mrs. Louis Krensky will give the
invocation, and Mrs. Sydney Lewis,
retiring dean, will install the fol-
lowing incoming officers: Mrs.
Burton Eagles, dean; Miss Edith
Cohen, sub-dean: Mrs. Marvin
Zank. recording secretary; Miss
Norma Wetherhorn, corresponding
secretary; and Mrs. Sally HirSch.
representative-at-large.
Joel Marvin Levin
Is Bar Mitzvah
Joel Marvin Levin, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert H. Levin, 405 SW
22nd Road, was Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday at the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation.
A student at the Hebrew School,
the Bar Mitzvah also attends Shen-
andoah Junior High School. In ad-
dition to reading the Haftorah, Jo-
el also conducted the Sabbath serv-
ice.
A reception was'held in his hon-
or on Sunday evening. Out-of-town
guests included Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Sakols, Mrs. Blanche Shimmel, Lou-
is Goldberg and Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Paul, all of Baltimore, Maryland.
Grandparents of the Bar Mitz-
vah are Benjamin Levin and Mrs.
Rose Steinbach, both of Baltimore.
The former Harriet Rochelle
Rand, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. I. Rand. 1630 SW 17th
Terrace, was married to Dr.
Victor Dembrow,vson of Mr.
and Mrs. I. Dembrow, Brook,
lyn. New York, in a candle-
light ceremony performed by
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Can-
tor Maurice Mamches at the
Westview Country Club on
April 19th. The couple spent
their honeymoon enroute to
Goodiellow Field, San An-
gelo. Texas, where Dr. Dem-
brow is stationed with the
Medical Corps of the US
Army.
Miss Weiss Engaged
To Murray Fried
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weiss, of
2542 SW 1st Street, announce the
engagement of their daughter, El-
va, to Murray Fried, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Max Fried, 2535 SW 2nd
Street.
Miss Weiss is on the staff of
the Miami Public Library. She
graduated from Miami Senior High
School and attended the University
of Miami.
' A graduate of New Utrecht High
School in Brooklyn, New York, Mr.
Fried served for four years in the
Navy.
taOert M. AfhMw
Phillips Bar Milzva
Charles David Phillips.
Dr. and Mrs. Herman A.
1056 I7th Street, will
Bar Mitzvah tomorrow at
ami Beach Jewish Center.
Irving Lehrman will offteitl
A seventh grade student i
Miami Beach Junior High
Charles also attends the
School of the Miami Beach,
Center.
Going Formal?
The Bar Mitzvah of Charles
Michael Lynne, son of Mr.
and Mis. Jack Lynne, 911
3rd Street will take place on
Saturday. May 9th, at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will of-
ficiate. Charles is an eighth
grade student a t Miami
Beach Junior High School
and attends the Religious
School of die Miami Beach
Jewish Center.
Breakfast With
Rabbi Series Starts
At Beth Sholom
Sunday morning marked the first |
of a series of Breakfasts With The
Rabbi at which reports were made
by workers in the Building Fund
Campaign of Temple Beth Sholom,
according to an announcement by
Judge Kenneth Oka, Building Fond
Campaign chairman.
Judge Oka announced the results
of the first phase of the campaign
which culminated in a Progress
Dinner on April 26th at the Al-
giers Hotel. "Forty percent of our
goal of $500,000 was reached at
the Progress Dinner," Judge Oka
said. "We are now starting on the
Miss Wilck To Wed
Ted Schwartzman
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Wilck, of
1200 SW 23rd Court, Miami, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Joan Dorothy, to Theo-
dore D. Schwartxman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry N. Schwartzman,
1210 Douglas Road, Coral Gables.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Senior High School and at-
tended George Washington Univer-
sity and the University of Mia-n.
Mr. Schwartzman graduated from
the United States Merchant Marine
Academy, Kings Point, New York,
and attended the University of Mi-
ami, where he was a member of
|zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. He has
recently returned from two years
of active service with the United
State Navy. He served as a Lieu-
tenant JG.
The wedding will take place dur-
ing the latter part of June.
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Rabbi Leon Kronish is spiritual
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Leon J Ell is
Mother'* Day Picnic
The sixth anual Mother's Day
picnic of the Workmen's Circle
Women's Club No. 609 will take
place on Sunday at Matheson Ham-
mock. A motorcade will leave frem
the Lyceum, IMS SW 3rd Street,
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THE MOST COMPLETE SELECTION
of
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at
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at 10 a.m. Proceeds of the affair
are for orphaned children in
Congregation, an"t Prance, according to. Mrs. Anata
Greenbaum, chairman of the event.
SUNSHINE FASHII
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DAY, MAY 8. 1953
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m
Isaac Sltrm
Jian Bedetti
ihms, Mozart To Close UM Season;
in Bedetti, Isaac Stern Guest Soloists
pac Stern and Jean Bedetti will
olo performers during the
i and last University of Miami
jirt of the season on Sunday
Monday evenings, May 10th
pith, at the Miami Beach and
County Auditoriums. John
will conduct the orchestra
I Mozart Brahms program.
jammed are Aaron Cop-
i Excerpts from Billy The Kid
|two works by Jean Sibelius,
Triste and Finlandia. The
orchestral compositions are
it's Concerto No. 3 in G major
IViolin and Orchestra and
s' Double Concerto for Vio-
hd 'Cello. Opus No. 102.
fee Stern will be heard in the
work His last four sum-
Ihave been spent filling the
pds from foreign countries
he has become known
gh his recordings. In 1947,
[tern made a record-breaking
of Australia. The following
er, after making appearances
major American festivals,
|ing New York's Lewisohn
n, Robin Hood Dell, the Rav-
Concerts and the Berkshire
Symphonic Festival, he travelled to
Europe where he played in nine
countries.
Each year since 1949, Mr. Stern
has concert ized in* Latin America,
Europe and Israel. Last Novem-
ber, he began his current tenth
United States tour on his return
from his fourth European visit dur-
ing which he played 50 concerts
in ten countries. The violinist ap-
peared in the Festivals of Prades
and Perpignan with the great Span-
ish 'cellist, Pablo Casals, during
the summers of 1950 and 1951, and
last fall he played 17 concerts in
Israel, twelve of them in the city
of Tel Aviv.
Mr. Stern will be joined by Mr.
Bedetti in a reading of the Brahms
Double Concerto. For 28 years,
the 'cellist occupied a first stand
with the Boston Symphony Orches-
tra under the late Dr. Serge Kous-
sevitsky. Since his retirement, he
has been active on the University
of Miami music faculty and has
appeared in numerous concert and
chamber performances here, as
well as in the north.
Hi Shore Chapter To Install
ficers; Mrs. Wolf son Is President
uesday. May 12th, the North
Chapter of B'nai B'rith. will
Its installation luncheon in
press Hotel, at 12:30 p.m.
Bernard Goldberg, chair-
rill be master of ceremonies,
ps. Mildred Suss acting as
TO officer. Milton Fried-
Wional director of the B'nai
[Youth Organization, will
ps. Rena Eggnatz is sched-
I guest speaker.
|Daniel J. Wolfson will be
as president. The Mes-
V- Wollowick, Melvin Rich-
| George BaHuch are vice
Ms.
Is include the Mesdames
lEdelmuth, treasurer; Leon
financial secretary; Charles
Assistant financial secre-
fa Leveson, corresponding
V. Phillip F. Kenner, as
I corresponding secretary;
P Medoff, recording secre-
T"Tay Mattes, social secre
Mrs. Daniel t. Wolf son
The Mesdames George S. Leven-
son, counselor; Jules Werner, his-
torian; Karl Greenberg, parliamen-
tarian; Murray Herlands, sentinel;
Louis Ellis, guardian; and Stanley
Phillips, Mark Silverstein and Jack
R. Wien, trustees.
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for City CouncilJuno 2
PULL LUCKY LEVER 13
__i_J*oUUo^^^
Scholarship In Honor Of
Dr. David de Sola Pool
NEW YORK A $300 schrfar-
snip, m recognition of the 300th
anniversary of Congregation Shear-
ith Israel, New York's Spanish-Por-
tuguese Synagogue, has been es-
tablished at the Hebrew Univer-
sity of Jerusalem in honor of the
spiritual leader of the Synagogue,
Dr. David de Sola Pool, and Mrs.
Pool by an anonymous Cincinnati
donor, it was announced by Dr.
George S. Wise, president of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University. The scholarship is op-
en to students in every field of
specialization at the University.
The University offers courses in
agriculture, teacher training, sci-
ence, law, medicine, humanities
and social sciences.
NEW YORKThe 30th anniver-
sary of the Commissite on Jewish
Education, leading publishers of
religious textbooks, was ob-
served at the 42nd General Assem-
bly of the Union of American He-
brew Congregations, the Commis-
sion's parent body, in New York
on April 19th through 23rd.
Dr. Thomas H. McGavack,
Professor of Clinical Medi-
cine at the New York Medical
College and president of the
New York Diabetes Associa-
tion, will be among the eight
physicians of national prom-
inence serving on the faculty
of Mount Sinai Hospital's
Third Annual Medical Sem.
inar to convene at the Delano
Hotel May 21st through 23rd.
He is the author of a book on
the thyroid and over 300 ar-
ticles on endocrine and me-
tabolic diseases.
There is no
"overnight cure"
for constipation!
But there is a natural way to free
yourself from harsh purges forever
By and large, constipation is not a
"ready-made" condition that strikes
without warning. It is a propessiee
ailment.
AND THE PROGRESS OF CON-
ST I FAT ION, FROM OCCASIONAL
TO COMMON TO CHRONIC. IS
HASTENED TO A W1DEL Y UNREAL-
IZED EXTENT BY THE WAY THE
DIGESTIVE SYSTEM IS ABUSED
YEAR AFTER YEAR WITH STRONC
PURGATIVE "COMPOUNDS TOO
HARSH IN IMMEDIATE EFFECT TO
HAVE A SOUND CORRECTIVE RE-
SULT. ~
Continual overdosing inflicts upon
:he whole digestive system an unnat-
jral punishment which leaves behind
i trail of digestive havoc. An upset
itomach, a small intestine containing
little nourishment to feed the body,
and a colon which often needs an-
other purgative doseand another
to prod it into renewed muscular ac-
tion.
It's no wonder sooner or later the
vicious "laxative habit" takes hotfl.
Before (he victims realize it, their
condition has progressed so far that
even daily laxative or purgative dos-
ing can no longer bring satisfactory,
comfortable relief.
OF COURSE, THIS NEED NEVER
happTn. if yoIT'rr cdksri-
FATED BECAUSE OF LACK OF
BULK IN YOUR DIETAS IS USU-
ALLY THE CASETHERE IS A WAY
to avoTd DRUG-TYPE CaITa^
TIVES ALTOGETHER, AND PLACE
\oi)m"BAiN 6eHndencI~oH
NATURE.
Whole-wheat bran, you know, is
nature's "laxative food instead of a
medicine." When properly processed
and shredded, it yields smooth bulk
that does naturally what drug-type
laxatives do chemically.
YOU GET THE COMPLETE,
WHOLE BRAN WITH NOTHING
TAKEN AWAY TO LESSEN ITS EF-
FECTIVENESS IN KELLOCC'S ALL.
BRAN-THE NATURAL LAXATIVE
CEREAL. ~~^~~~" ~~~~~
Kellogg's All-Bran is shredded to
fine, soft consistency, thus it supplies
bulk which neither scratches, irritates
nor inflames the normal colon. It
helpsas nature intendedto sup-
ply the proper consistency for un-
forced, normal elimination.
THERE IS NO CHURNING.
NO STOMACH UPSET. NO
AFTER-EFFECT, EXCEPT THE
FEELING OF SATISFACTION
AND FULFILLMENT WHICH
COMES WITH NORMAL. NAT-
URAL ELIMINATION.
KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN IS
SAFE FOR THE NORMAL DI-
GESTIVE TRACT.
YOU DO NOT COURT THE DIS-
ASTER OF PROGRESSIVE CONSTI-
PATION WHEN YOl) EAT ONE
OUNCE OF KELLOGG-S ALL-BRAN
DAILY, AND DRINK PLENTY OF
WATER. ~~~~
But. remember, Kellogg's All-Bran I
is not a "drug-type" laxative but a '
delicious, ready-to-eat NATURAL
laxative cereal. No "part-bran"
cerealin the amounts you usually
eat for breakfastcan give you the
benefits of All-Bran.
No exaggerated or unsupported
claims are made for the laxative qual-
ities of Kellogg's All-Bran. The name
Kellogg's on the package, a symbol
of health throughout the civilized
world, speaks for itself.
Of course, Kellogg's All-Bran is no
"overnight cure" for constipation.
There is no such thing. All-Bran must
be eaten regularly to obtain the nat-
ural and lasting relief you are looking
for.
Eat Kellogg's All-Bran every morn-
ing for 10 days. If you're not com-
pletely satisfied, mail the empty car-
ton to the Kellogg Company, Battle
Creek, Michiganand get double
your money back.

PAGE 7 A
Beaeh Should
Attract Nation,
Halhm.in Says
One of the points in the eight-
point platform announced by Dar-
by Rathman, candidate for the Mi-
ami Beach city council, deals with
the widening of the city's resort
status.
Rathman this week claimed that
the publicity, advertising and pro-
motion of the Beach have been
concentrated in a few northern
cities instead of making them na-
tionwide. "The result, he said, is
that we depend entirely on a few
large cities, such as New York and
Philadelphia, and have not tapped
the immense tourist business of
other states."
Rathman advocated the Beach as
the resort center of the entire na-
tion instead of the playground of
a few cities.
________LEGAL NOTICE________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tli.' undersigned, desiring: to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MALAYAN LOUNGE, at 1810 North
Bay Causeway. North Bay Village,
Horida, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
SAVOY ENTERPRISES. INC..
By: Andrew TJelios, President.
GEORGE CHERTKOF
Attorney for Savoy Enterprises, Inc.
6U7-11 Olympla Hldg., .Miami, FU..
5/S-13-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage III
business under the fictitious name of
GENERAL, WHOLESALE DISTRIB-
UTORS, at 2"V,-2 nue, Miami, Florida, intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
SOL LEVIN
GEORGE COHEN
Co-partners
GEORGE chertkof
Attorney for Applicants
0H7-I1 olympla lildg., Miami, Fl.i.
6/8-16-SS-M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
8URFSIDE LAUNDERETTE, at 9569
Harding Avenue. Surfstde. intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
DAVID WEISS
LEONARD GRI'NDT
IRVING KASTER '
BETMOUS A. OOPMAN
Attorney for Applicants
One Lincoln Road Blug.
i/t-M-H-n
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name, of
E-Z DIZIT LAUNDERETTE, at 4455
S \V Mh Street. Miami, intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Fiorina.
DAVID WEISS
LEONAKO GRI'NDT
IRVING RASTER
SEYMOUR A. GOI'MAN
Attorney for Applicants
One Lincoln Road Bldg.
5/8-15-22-29
"I spent half my life looking for a cure
for constipation. After 35 years I began
'eating Kellogg's All-Bran daily. I haven't
been bothered with constipation since."
Mrs. Margaret Topham
300 W. Shephard Street
Saginaw 3, Michigan
ttk&yjHf
S
**!,%*
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 159243
HARRY HARRISON, Plaintiff
vs.
PEARL HARRISON. Defendant
TO: PEARL HARRISON. 1779 East
7th St.. Brooklyn, New York
You are required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney,
and to file the original answer In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 8th day of
June, AJ). 1953; otherwise, the Bill
of Comi>lalnt for Divorce, heretofore
filed herein, will be taken as confessed
by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this the
6th day of May. 1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
(Clacult Court Seal)
By: WM. W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
Name and Address of
Plaintiff's Solicitor:
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
1023 Seybold Bldg.
5/8-15-22-29
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 159242
MARY THERESA ZURZOLO,
Plaintiff
vs.
JOHN ZURZOLO. Defendant.
TO: JOHN ZURZOLO. 1516 80th
Street, Brooklyn, New York
You are required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Bill of Complaint
tor Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney,
anil to file the original answer in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the Ith day ot
June, AD. 1953: otherwise, the Bill
of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore
tiled herein, will be taken as eonfeeaed
by yo
I Mi, i at Miami. Florida, this the
i.th day of May, 1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
* Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: WM W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
Name and Address of
Plaintiff's Solicitor:
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MIAMI. FLORIDA
FRIDAY, MAY 8. 1953
SEC. B
Bigot Sees Gerald L.K. Smith
As Idol In Ardent Hate Books
jer A. F. Ritchie (left), chairman of the Department of
Relations at the University of Miami, receives a scroll
_ie Greater Miami Chapter, American Jewish Committee,
cognition of his activities on behalf of prom<>|ta*g inter-
understanding. Handing Dr. Ritchie the sflroll m Dr.
Weidberg (right), newly elected chapter president,
ig on is Baron de Hirsch Meyer, outgoing president and
9
n of the Executive Committee.
Jewith Floridi.n News Fe*tur
Frank Britton, o Hawthorne, California, is a- young hero-worship-
per studying to become a hero. j
Britton's current idols are of a peculiar stripe'.for an American
not quite 33 years old, a veteran of World War H ini a former student
at the University of Southern California.'They'rnclude:
"The magnificent Gerald L. K. Smith, founder and leader of the
Christian Nationalist Movement.
"The gallant Major Williams,
author of Know Your Enemy, and
publisher of the Williams Intel-
ligence Summary.
"The firebrand editor of Com-
mon Sense, Conde McGinley.
"The honorable John E. Rankin,
of Mississippi."
Weidberg Heads Miami AJC
[Joseph M. Weidberg was
president of the Greater
[Chapter, American Jewish
(ttee. at the annual meeting
ast week in the Royal Palm
le succeeds Baron de Hirsch
who was elected honorary
ent.
[Miller A. F. Ritchie, chair-
fcf the Human Relations De-
reported on the progress which is, Danbaum,
being made in race relation* in the
South. He emphasized trie responsi-
bility which Southerners must as-
sume in the resolution of these
poblems and noted the high degree
of acceptability which work in this
field has recently assumed.
Dr. Ritchie announced that he
has been appointed president of
nt at The University of Mi- Hartwick College in New York
eived a scroll in recogni- i State and that he plans to leave his
his "courageous and sue-1 duties at the University of Miami
at the conclusion of the present
semester.
Other officers elected in addi-
tion to Weidberg were Arthur S.
Friedman, vice president; George J.
'Beilman, secretary; and J. Gerald
pioneering in the creation
is. programs, teachings and
lies in the field of intergroup
Standing." The presentation
nade by Dr. Weidberg and
on behalf of the chapter.
iking on the challenge
unity relations, Dr. Ritchie
honorary chairman.
Burton B. Goldstein, chairman,
Jack August, George J. Bertman,
Herman A. Binder, Leo Eisenstein.
Herbert U. Feibelman, David B.
Freeman, Arthur S. Friedman, Jen-
nie Grossinger, Dr. Jacob H. Kap-
lan, J. Gerald Lewis, Jay J. Lynn.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Leo Robin-
son, Joseph M Rose, William D.
Singer, Dr. Joseph M. Weidberg
and Richard F. Wolf son.
Membership Committee Chair-
man Burton B. Goldstein, an-
nounced that 114 new members
had joined during the current
membership drive. Seymour Sa-
met, Southeast Area director, wel-
comed the new members and the1, ^iets" ^"called"
These descriptions of Britton's
heroes sort of a Who's Who in
American anti-Semitism are in
his owif *of/ one of Britton's most successful
publications. Atom Treason, which
is "respectfully dedicated to the
redoubtable company 'of men and
women who have had the courage
to make their stand for Christian
Nationalism."
Atom Treason is a 24-page book-
let which charges that Commun-
ism is Jewish, that Jewish sci-
entists supplied Russia with atom-
ic secrets and that the "Jew-rid-
den" Atomic Energy Commission
sabotaged the nation's H-Bomb
program.
Britton soon found that his sub-
ject matter and dedication were
good ones for a fledgling hate-
peddler struggling to get ahead.
The pamphlet paid off. Gerald L.
K. Smith, in 1951, gave Britton
about $925 for literature, an
amount to cover the cost of ap-
proximately 10,000 copies of Atom
Treason. A healthy circulation
figure for a new man in the field.
Britton's next in his series of
Hollywood
leaflets which won high praise
from Wesley Swift, of Ku Klux
Klan fame, who for a while made
Britton his protege.
After publication of the two
Treason pamphlets, Britton came
up with a new anti-Semitic "ex-
pose," a 96-page booklet, Behind
Communism, which he published
in the summer of 1952. This has
been sold around the country by
the bigoted faithful for $1.00 a
copy. It, too, stresses the Jewish-
Zionist-Communist equation.
An ambitious, striving man, Brit-
ton decided to form his own "pa-
triotic" movement in September,
1952, by sending out invitations
for a meeting of his "great new
organization" aimed at combatting
the "Jew Marxist" program of
world conquest. The invitation ap-
peared on the reverse side of a
"Buy Gentile" flyer which he had
been distributing in the Los
Angeles area.
The meeting was a dud. About
200 people appeared at the Embas-
sy Hotel's Convention Hall to hear
Britton charge that the nations
ills were attributable to "immi-
grant Jew-Communists" and that
"Jew agitators" were exploiting
the American Negro. Very little
money was collected and the or-
ganization called The New Con-
federates died in its infancy.
Britton has other irons in the
fire. One of them is his "fortnight-
of : Lewis, treasurer. Elected to the chapter s new officers on behalf of i Treason which he advertised as an | ly" publication, The American Na-
de Executive Committee were Ben F., theii^ion^ organization.________| exposure of "Jew-Communists" in! tionalist, started la December,
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exposure
the film industry. This, too, was
extensively distributed by Gerald
Smith. Further, Britton has ap-
peared at Christian Nationalist
meetings at Los Angeles' Embassy
Auditorium, once sharing the plat-
form with Smith himself. In the
netherland of the bigot, this is a
mark of distinction equivalent,
in an infinitely more respectable
field, to playing the Palace and
getting equal billing with Danny
Kaye.
By the time he published Holly-
wood Treason. Britton had added
to his list of heroes. In his dedi-
cation, he again mentioned Robert
Williams, Conde McGinley and
Gerald L. K. Smith "whom the
Communists hate and fear more
than any man in America." But he
also added Gerald W. Winrod,
Wesley Swift and Ron Gostick to
his roster. There are, of course,
many more professional anti-Sem-
ites in the country. Once Britton
establishes contact with them and
feels that they can help sell his
pamphlets he's still young at
the trade he will presumably
dedicate subsequent volumes to ad-
ditional heroes.
Britton's career as a profession-
al anti-Semite began in 1950, while
he was still a student at the Uni-
versity of Southern California.
There, he distributed anti-Semitic
1952. Its content is similar to that
of many other anti-Semitic pub-
lications. "Alien Jews Monopolize
US Airwaves" and "Jews Sabotage
McCarran Act" are some of its
headlines. In common with other
anti-Semites, Britton is now busy
making a case that Communist an-
ti-Semitism is just a "tribal row"
between "Communist Jews" and
"Zionist Jews."
But Britton's printed material
has one distinction. Unlike most
professional bigots, Britton has
the advantage of a college educa-
tion. He may even have studied
journalism. His products are tech-
nically better, more polished than
most. He makes judicious use of
color, of two-page layouts, for max-
imum reader appeal. His Treason
pamphlets vicious and full of
distortions are readable and
physically attractive.
It may be wrong to impute that
money is the only goal of Frank
Britton's endeavors. There are
probably psychic reasons why the
young man is so filled with hatred.
His hero-worship is one thing; his
desire to become a hero in his own
right is something else again.
Frank Britton is a very small man
about five feet, four inches tatt
and that, a psychiatrist might
say, has something to do with his
big ideas.
Myers, Blank In Federation Affair
Stanley C. Myers and Sam Blank
will participate in a dramatic pres-
entation at the 15th Annual Meet-
ing of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, scheduled for Sunday,
May 17th, 6:30 p.m., at the Empress
Hotel.
. Program Chairman Mrs. Sylvia
Chertkof has announced that many
community leaders will be includ-
ed in the cast of the presentation
which is planned as the highlight
of the evening's entertainment.
Recommendations for officers
and Board members of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation were
made by the Nominating Commit-
tee to the more than 6,500 mem-
bers of Federation in the Greater
Miami area. These recommenda-
tions include the names of more
than 180 elective governors from
which 75 to 150 are to "be elected.
Also listed are the names of ap-
proximately 75 non-elective gover-
nors.
Upwards of 500 persons are ex-
pected to attend the 15th Annual
Meeting which will be devoted
largely to a tribute to outgoing
Executive Director Morris Klass.
Bowery Night At Coral Gable*
The Young Adults Group of the
Coral Gables Jewish Center will
present its annual Bowery Night
on Saturday evening, May 16th, at
the Coral Gables Jewish Center.


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Suggestions For Added Efficiency
At Mount Sinai Hospital Pay Off
WHArS THE IDEA? Three employees of Mount Sinai Hos-
pital, seen above receiving awards from Samuel Gertner,
hospital executive director, had some good ideas for more
effective and economical methods to do their jobs and won
cash prizes in Mount Sinai's Observe And Conserve .contest.
Left to right are Gertner. Lilliam Barbiere, winner of the first
prize; Yetta Weinstein. second prize winner; and Donald
Navis. who received third prize. j
, arable mention for- their sugges-
i tions: Joyce Baylin. Harry Scher,
Hope Bolton. June Mitetsoft. Grace
Scaglia. Peggy McGrew.aHelen Hr-
rail. Charles Hague and Lillian
Paul.
Suggestions for ways in which
their own departments or other
service areas at Mount Sinai Hos-
pital can function more economic-
ally or effectively paid off for
twelve hospital employees in an
Observe And Conserve contest
which ended Friday.
Winners of the cash prizes were
announced by J. Gerald Lewis,
chairman of the Judging Commit-
tee. First prize of S15 went to Lil-
lian Barbiere. of the medical Rec-
ords Department, for her sugges-
tion of a system for photostating
hospital records. Second prize of
S10 went to Yetta Weinstein. of
the Out Patient Department Third
ward of S5 a won by Donald
Navis, technician in the X-ray De-
partment
Nine other winners of cash priz-
es were Kthyline Ziegler. Joyce
Baylin. Katherine Keeling. Ann
Lincoln. Harry Scher. Gertrude
Gallagher. Anna Jelnik. Philip
Nimschik and Dominick Mollo.
Over 150 suggestions were sub-
mitted to the Judging Committee
by hospital employees Serving on
the Committee were Lewis. Leon-
ard Wien and Dan B. Ruskin. mem-
bers of the Board of Trustees, and
Noras Ederer. Personnel; Matilda
Brenner. Dietary; Mildred Ann
Vogel. Nursing: and John Bause-
wein. Engineering.
In addition to the winner of
prizes, the following received hon-
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versity-Hadassah Medical School in
Jerusalem will for the first time
in its five-year existence accept
high-calibre American medical
students for enrollment in its Fall
semester, it was announced here
by Mrs. Samuel J. Rosensohn. na-
tional president of Hadassah. th*
Women's Zionist Organization of
America.
Together with the American
Friends of the Hebrew University,
Hadassah raises funds in this
country for the maintenance and
expansion of the only medical col-
lege in Israel. The school will be
an integral part of the $10,000,000
Medical Center which Hadassah is
establishing in Israel.
Mrs Rosensohn reported that the
Hebrew I'niversity Hadassah Med-
ical Advisory Board will have the sfwOfff ^i/HOOPr
task of screening American candi I Dov Chapter, Jlizrachi Women,
dates for the Israel Medical School. | Will hold a supper party on Sun-
She added that the new policy pro- day;, Mayjpith#6 p.m.. at the Beth
vide* that henceforth up to ten El Center.-5QQ;SW 17th Avenue,
percent of the total Hebrew Uni- to.,cele.biva.te> Mother and Daughter
J versity Hadassah Medical School j Day. ... ,
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Final Henrietta
Szohl Mvvtina
Dessert will be served at 12:30
p.m.. when members of the Hen-
rietta Szold Group of Hadassah will
gather for the closing meeting of
the season on Monday. May 11th,
in the main dining room of the
Shore Club Hotel.
A special presentation by Mrs.
Fred Jonas, president, will high-
light the afterrroon. A report of
the Flonaa Kegionai Convention
will be tendered, by Mrs. Elizabeth
Zentler, group conference chair-
man.
A musical program will be pre-
sented by Mrs. Irving Nelson and
Judy Druckerj f mother-daughter
team of mcuneiahs. Mrs. Barnett
BeckerrWn, chbfrman of the Nom-
inating. Committee, will present
the slate for the election of of-
ficers.
t the
and
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Smathers To Speak
At Lodge Installation
Plans for the annual installation
banquet of Miami Beach Lodge.
B'nai B'rith. to be held at the Sax-
ony Hotel on May 24th. have now
been completed, according to Paul
Seiderman. chairman of the Com-
mittee in charge of the event
Seiderman also announced that
the Committee will consist of Jack
J. Gold. Godfrey K. Newman. Allen
Goldberg. Saul Genet, Irving
Schatzman. Walter C. Kovner. Har
ry Zukernick. Gershon S. Miller.
Abe Frankel. Sam A. Goldstein
and Joseph A. Kogos.
Florida Senator George A.
Smathers will be the principal
speaker A revue of B'nai B'rith
activities in the state will feature
the event, and details of B'nai
B'rith'- program for the coming
year will be revealed.
enrollment may be Americans.
Frank Urges Landscape
I For Washington Avenue
With the appointment of Leon-
ard L. Abess. business, civic and
religious leader, as treasurer of
his re-election campaign. Council-
mart Bernard A. Frank has intensi-
fied his efforts for the June 2nd
ci'uncilmanic election on Miami
1 Beach.
North I>adeW0Ift
Donor LunchJj
North I)a(lc Jwfa**
terhood held a donor 1U
style show Tuesday
bardy Hotel.
c forking commit
sited of the Mesdan*^,
son, Fannie Shopm,ker
bow, Sandy Friedhnd 'aJ.
man. Sadie Ureenberg
steim Frieda Klein
Schuman.
New Board members
group according to an
ment this week are the '
Frieda Blank. Ruth Bore,
Marrow. Miriam Koenig l
Gladys Rudolf and Ida V
CuUer AsksFc?
On Campaign
A. Budd Cutler, can^l
the Miami Beach comJJ^
election on June 2nd. this)
said that tn order to
citizens of the city
unbiased representation-
dates should publish thir:J
paign income and erpeMnI
examination of voters."-Mj
In listing his own ex
Cutler showed a total of
He said that in the lw
I good government h waj.i
on every candidate "to
Albcr. aged 83. will be
honored as the outstanding mother
of i>ov;Qta*pterl. JJabbi Shmaryahu | the public his contMBafeil
T. Swirsky will be guest speaker. j penses
Proceeds are for the Children's!
Village and Farm School in Israel. I Men's Club Ins
What Her Mother Said
Officers and Board men*
Temple Israel Men's chrt i
Harold Shapiro, commentator on I installed during Friday
the radio -program. Meet Your' services tonight. These
Neighbor, special feature of the) Harold Friedman. presided
Yiddish Classical Hour, has invited rome E. Freehling, liVrtntl
Calling attention to the landscap- M^ Jennie Grossinger as his guest' Kaufman and Edwart A.
ing of Indian Creek Drive between on Sundf>'- "f.^V1 *15 P.m v,ce P""i 63rd and 71st Streets. Frank this over ^ZMw Grossing- secretary: Henry Ihrxh. laj
week proposed a similar bcautifica-' r ?, s"b'ect ,s: *hat M> Mother; secretary; and Lewis W.-
tion plan for Washington Avenue. !Tok
The street is wide enough to
I allow for a plan of landscaping in
I the center," Frank said. "I shall
also propose a string of colored
lights among the palms at night in
order to add to, Vug visual attrac-
tiveness of WashwgJon Avenue."
Mollie Kahaner Auxiliary
The Mollie Kahaner Ladies' Aux-
iliary of Congregation Monticello
Park will conduct a cake sale to-
day in front of the two post offices
in North Miami Beach at the Dixie
Highway and 163rd Street and on
Golden Glades Boulevard and NE
6th Avenue Mrs. Ben Genshaft.
chairman of the Cake Sale Com-
mittee, will be assisted by the Mes
dames S. Bell. E. Bregman. E. Kauf-
man. M Lasser. N. Ostrov, R. Rat-
ner and S Solomon.
Wise Hadassah Meets
The Stephen S. Wise Group of
Hadassah will bold a meeting for
I the installation and election of of
I ficers on Monday. May 11th, 1 p.m..
| at the Monte Carlo Hotel. Rabbi
| Meyer Abramowitz will be install-
ing officer.
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PAGE 3 B
)lem Lodge Committee Appointments
jade Here; Pick Convention Delegates
lumber-; of Sholem Lodge, B'nai
T"th nirt on Tuesday at the home
gurnard Lieberman, 320 SW
Road, to choose delegates to
Bnai Brith District Conven-
i scheduled for North Carolina.
Minouncement of committee ap-
btmenls for 1953 were made
Iring the meeting. The follow-
were named:
publicity and Special Events, Al-
[ Kessler and Richard Fink; ADL,
Uett Roth. Sanford Swerdlin
Richard Fink; Aid to Israel,
Friedman, Irving Saal and
nard Liberman; Arbitration,
Friedman;. Americanism
Civic Affairs, Sanford Swerd-
fand Marvin Rauzin; Blood Bank,
Morris Kleiman and Isidor
B'nai B'rith Youth, Theodore
kowitz. Martin Stein, Gilbert
bwarU and Ellis Rubin; B'nai
ith Council. Joseph Rayvis and
rbert Blume; Budget, Alan Kes-
r, Edward Klein, Marvin Rauzin
I Bernard Newmark; Boy Scouts,
hn Kronenfeld and Morris Ber-
Bulletin, Edward Newman
j Alex Cohen; Debate, Alan Kes-
nd Marvin Rauzin; Fund Rais-
Marvin Rauzin, Joseph Rayvis,
Jerome Weinkle and Henry Wein-
er; Hillel, Nathan Adelman and
Gilbert Schwartz.
Membership and Retention, Har-
old Berney, Louis Gordon, Edward
Klein and Bernard Newmark; Pro-
gram, Richard Fink, Sidney Arono-
vitz, Jerry Weinkle, Mike Isenberg
and Alan Kessler; Sick Committee,
Alex Cohen, Bernard Lieberman,
Sam Friedman and Bernard New-
mark; Veterans Affairs, Mike Isen-
berg and Dave Lemelman; and
Sports Committee, Alan Cohen,
Alan Kessler, Jack Miller and Gil
Schwartz.
lAst Chairmen At
Floater-Granada
Newly appointed chairmen were
announced this week by Irving Lax,
president of Flagler-Granada Jew-
ish Community Center.
They include: adult activities,
Phil Seligman; athletics, Ralph
Lang, blood donor and bond, Jos-
eph Masters; building, Robert Tau-
ber; budget and finance, Sidney
Stiller; by-laws, Sam Kirschner;
entertainment, Buddy Logue.
Forum, Sylvia Masters; golden-
age, Ben Jonas; good and welfare,
Mrs. Ben Jonas; historian, Mrs. Sid-
ney Stiller; house, Phillip Schiff;
kitchen, Dinah Shapiro, Evelyn
Clein and Jennie Mae Clein; mem-
bership, Mickey Gittleson; plan-
ning, Charles Adelman.
Promotional display, Ralph Lang
and Leon Bernard; Board of Re-
ligious Education, Al Dormer;
teen age, Sylvia Freed; nursery,
Rabbi Shapiro Named Spiritual Leader
Of Hollywood Jewish Community Center
Dr. Clement Geronemus, presi-
dent of the Hollywood Jewish
Community Center, this week an-
nounced that Rabbi David Shapiro
has been named spiritual leader of
the Center.
Rabbi Shapiro was ordained in
1936. He is also a member of the
Scaroon Manor Slates
Opening May 22nd
Scaroon Manor, on Scaroon Lake,
New York, one of the Adirondack
Mountains' summer resorts, opens Gertrude Da"; home camp, Amy
liens Are Asked To
ill National Council
With the enforcement of Public
Iw 414, the new Immigration and
ktionality act, the Miami Section,
itional Council of Jewish Women,
ve had in increasing number oU
quests for assistance with appli-
Ibons to file petitions for citizen-
Uiens living in this area who
an to become United States citi-
Bs and need assistance, should
11 the office of National Council
an appointment, a directive
week said.
for its 28th season on May 22nd,
and managing director Joseph Frie-
ber has mapped out plans that he
claims will make the 1953 summer
the most outstanding in Scaroon
Manor's history.
Known as Honeymoon Haven be-
cause of its special catering to
newlywed couples, Scaroon Manor
has scheduled a complete program
of daily integrated activities all
through May and June for honey
mooners, including weekly tennis
tournaments with worthwhile priz-
es to all winners, according to
Frieber.
The golf course has been high-
lighted by the addition of a new
driving and putting range, and
Scaroon Manor guests are entitled
to free golfing until June 21st.
Athletic facilities also include land
and water sports scheduled daily.
For horseback riding fans, there
is a bridle path running 2' : miles
along the lake front and 2 miles
through the forests.
Dansky; newspaper, Sam Kirsch-
ner; drama. Jack Shaw; and pub-
licity, Janet Blau.
Hillel Council Plans
Installation Dinner
The installation dinner for the
Hillel Advisory Council will be
held on Saturday evening, May
23rd, 6:30 p.m., at the Empress
Hotel. Sydney Aronowitz is newly
elected president.
George Talianoff will act as mas-
ter of ceremonies, with Harold
Turks, installing officer. Mrs. Ida
Optner is chairman. In charge of
reservations are Mrs. Jack VVein
and Mrs. Sidney Suss.
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sin Governor to serve on the Gov-
ernors' War Fund Chest during
World War II. In addition, he was
state chairman of the UJA and
organized commiuees throughout
Wisconsin. Rabbi bnapiro was also .
the executive director of the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress in Chicago
and the midwest between 1946-49.
He is married and the father of
two children, Judy, 18, who is
graduating from Miami Beach
High School in June, and Herman,
13. Last year, Judy was awarded
a scholarship by the South Florida
Zionist Council and was sent to
Israel for two months. In Septem-
ber, she will commence her studies
at Brandeis University on a schol-
arship.
Coleman Heads Civic League
Leonard Coleman has been nam-
ed president of the Miami Beach
Civic League. Other officers are
Irving Cypen, 1st vice president; J.
J. Perlmutter, 2nd vice president;
Harry B. Smith; secretary; and
Teddy Goldstein, treasurer.
Rabbi David Shapiro
New York State Bar. He served
the Jewish community of Green
Bay, Wisconsin, as spiritual leader
for six years.
He was appointed by the Wiscon-
Edna Best To Appear In
Brandeis Festival Play
WALTHAM, MASS.Edna Best,
distinguished stage and screen ac-
tress, will appear in the world pre-
miere of Louis Kronenberger's
comedy, The International Set, at
Brandeis University Festival of the
Creative Arts, it was announced
here by Leonard Bernstein, direc-
tor of the Festival.
The five-year-eld school will hold
its second annual Festival from
June 10th through 14th, on its 190-
acre campus near metropolitan
Boston. The entire Festival will be
devoted to the comic spirit and
will investigate the expression of
this theme in ballet, opera, art,
theatre, film and poetry, Bernstein
said.
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C) A Trades Division Chalks Up $586,000
Record; Final Campaign Effort Is Urged
Chalking up a record $586,000 in the Trades Division, Chairman
Sam Heiman announced last week that several trades units had al
ready exceeded last year's collections in behalf of the Combined Jew
i.-h Appeal.
Leading more than 40 industries, professions and trades in the
current campaign is the Printing and Stationery Unit, headed by Paul
Barnett. Sid Goldston and Lee Sim-
kins. This group has achieved
109.7 percent of its quota and ex-
pects to set an all-time campaign
record for individual trades units
before the completion of the drive.
The Restaurants and Equipment
Unit, headed by Joe Mecklow. has
exceeded its quota of $17,000 and
is running the Printing and Sta-
tionery Unit a close second for
total collections in the campaign.
The Real Estate Division, headed)
by George J. Bertman. also reports |
93.6 percent of its quota attained j
and pledges continue to come in
during the closing days of the cam-
paign. Real Estate Unit has a quota
in the current campaign of $55,-
000.
Joseph Post and Sidney Wasser-
man. heading the Accountants Un- .
it. report that nearly 94 percent J Kane In,"H"" t0.hls11pl"
*. _, c,0.^ .:_ ____ifor a concentrated drive in all di-
visions, new gifts are being re-
by Nat Winokur and assisted by a
committee of Gables business men
behind Sid Richman. Bernie
B la nek. Morris Schlacter. Jack
Coleman. Cy Kemac and Al Swiren.
Goal In Reach
As of last reports, the 1953 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal was only
$232,000 short of its goal accord-
ing to Campaign Chairman How-
ard Kane. A total of $1,166,000
has -been raised to date by more
than 1.000 volunteer workers who
have combed the Greater Miami
area in an accelerated push to
reach the campaign goal. This fig-
ure constitutes slightly over 100 5
percent of last year's campaign
collections.
Steady progress in the final
weeks of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal campaign is being reported
by all division chairmen according
of its quofa of $18,000 has now
been attained. Another top unit I
which has nearly completed its as-; P0". ?*.">' D .
______, ,"j T-.J.. ;- tk. Tne Winter Residents Division
signment of pledge csrds is the .. ,
\..c r.,r. ;th oo ~,r reports it has exceeded last years
Amusements Group with 926 per- ... .. .
cent of its goal already fulfilled. **?, w,,h collections amounting
The Unit is headed by Sam Leven- *J" P**nt over ^52 pledges.
The \\ omen s Division has now ex-
Over 91 percent of the Produce cee,dfd, las/ *"rQs collections with
a total of 108.9 percent. Apart-
ment House and Motels, headed
pledges ifn.Seymo"r R.u"n; ,haS/^ed
will easilv make up the difference J* Percent and Hotels and Trades
quota of Sin.000 is now collected
according to Unit Chairman Carl
Meehlow Given
(oiiiim (-Dilation
Joe Mechlow, veteran campaign-
er in behalf of the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal and current chairman
of the Restaurants and Equipment
Unit, this week received high com-
mendation from Trades Division
Chairman Sam J. Heiman and Cam-
paign Chairman Howard Kane.
Operating as a "one man" com-
mittee. Mechlow has devoted full
time to the task of contacting pros-
pects in the Restaurants and Equip-
ment Unit which contains over 200
potential contributors. He has
been personally responsible for the
coverage of more than 100 cards.
Last week, Mechlow reported to
Heiman that his unit had exceeded
its 1953 quota of $17,000. He has
also accepted assignments for card
coverage in the following miscel-
laneous units of the Trades Divi-
sion: The Lincoln Road Retail
Stores Group. Clothing Unit, At-
torneys Division, Building Trades,
Insurance and Furniture.
Mechlow's total collections to
date in the campaign exceed $32.
000. and he announced this week
that he will extend his activities
far beyond the close of the cam-
paign if necessary in order to guar-
antee complete coverage of all
cards assigned to him.
up
according to the chairman.
Moil unique accomplishment in
the Trades Division was 100 per-
cent coverage of all asMgnt-d
cards in the Coral Gables
- lien's Unit, headed
Pop Concert Reservations
Reservations are now being
made for the series of Miami
Beach Pop Concerts by the Uni-
of Miami Summer Sym-
phony Orchestra. John Bitter, mu-
sical director, at the -> mphony of-
fice 87-4960. and the downtown
office. 228 SE 1st Street. 3 2317
350 Lincoln Road
Mezzanine Phone S-S419
Entrance on Washington At*.
OCULISTS
* Proscriptions Filled
* Lenses and Frames
Duplicated
* Large Selection in Latest
Styles
follow closely with 98 percent of
last year's unit figures.
The Metropolitan Division, with
four to six weeks left in its inten-
sive drive, is at the halfway point
towards a quota of $75,000. Divi-
sion Chairman Harry Zukernick
la.-t week urged residents here to j
make their contributions as quick-
ly as possible, inasmuch as cam-
paign volunteers may not have cov-1
ered each geographic area of the
county.
At a workers' rally held Monday
ia the Town Branch of the Greater [
Miami Jewish Community Center,i
an audience of more than 120 per-,
sons saw the George Jessel film,.
Adventure In Israel, and heard an!
address by Rabbi Morris Skop and J
M. J. Kopelowitz. Miami chairman.
Irving Sail, chairman of the i
southwest area, urged all workers
to complete their cards before Fri-!
day. May 15th, in order to present
a final report to Kane at the Feder-,
ation Annual Meeting on Sunday, I
May 17th
Campaign workers were advised
early this week of a new $25,000.-
000 cash campaign being initiated
by the United Jewish Appeal to
offset the damage resulting from'
poor crops in Israel and to aid
refugees in Ea>tern Europe In ad-
dition, the emergency cash is to be
used to establish 30 new agricul-
tural settlements to'accelerate the
absorption of newcomers in Israel.
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PAGE 5 9
nesset Views Possibility
Of Waiving Rent Controls
fBy ALEPH SHERMAN
f"* agency, im-.)
L, A\[v The announce-
4 of government plans to
|e renl controls on new build-
1 made bv Israel Minister of
|e and Industry Pcretz Bern-
E on the eve of his departure
[he imied States, is generally
fyed to herald a considerable
Ige in the government attitude
Irds real estate and housing.
I ,iy help break the dcad-
rbetweon the government and
Lfty owners which has so far
up the final drafting of new
Ling legislation and of the com-
Erj loan on property.
t problem in a nutshell is one
he relationship between the
Lre state and private enter-
Ts. The stage was set in 1940,
. the Mandatory Government
rent.- and made it virtually
tssible for a landlord to.-get
the tenant at the end of
se. Since that time, the pric-
J most other commodities have
Cased at least ten fold, and the
ind for housing has increased
[g to the influx of new immi-
|ts, but rents have remained at
pre war level.
I a result, tenancies can be
for "key money" of several
_ nd pounds a dwelling, and
narket value of occupied prop-
fis only a third or a quarter
ke unoccupied value. If a buy-
i to obtain a dwelling or
(less premises with vacant pos-
bn. the tenant can gain two
, ..; times as much as the land-
Ireceives with the added bene-
|hat. unlike the landlord, he
not have to pay a tax on it.
I has kept the market value of
I estate down to a fraction of
replacement cost.
here it not enough capital in
[country either in govern-
. or private hands to cover
lent housing needs (over 20
lent of housing costs must be
[in foreign currency). Foreign
pi finds housing an unattrac-
[ field for investment because
; present housing laws. Build-
in ity has, therefore, fallen
|or lack of capital. New build-
undertaken in 1952 fell by
ercent from 1951, according
most recent government sta-
p, causing considerable unem-
ler.i in the building trades.
was decided to amend the
fing laws in 1950, but it was
late in 1951 that a gov-
committee was appointed.
Since that time a break-up of the
coalition, changes in the person-
nel of the committee and the re-
construction of the coalition pre-
vented any action being taken,
while the situation continued to
deteriorate, and the real market
value of real estate fell.
Now, however, new urgency has
been given to the government's
approach to this problem, both by
the need to bring in fresh capital
to offset growing unemployment
and as a preliminary to instituting
a special property tax or "com-
pulsory loan".
This tax was projected nearly
a year ago when the Government
instituted a special 10 percent
compulsory loan on all currency-
holding and bank balapces. A sim-
ilar compulsory loan on all prop-
erty was foreshadowed at the
time, and in the first draft bill
presented to the Knesset Finance
Committee it was proposed that
property owners could choose be-
tween paying the loan or a special
tax amounting to about 50 percent
of the loan obligation.
During the committee's consid-
eration of the bill, several short-
comings were discovered, and their
remedy has caused structural
changes in the bill. For instance,
property owners have pointed out
that valuation of shops and hous-
ing as proposed by the bill is sev-
eral times their market value and
several times the value reached by
calculating the rent as interest on
a principal. As things stand, the
tax would be equal to several
years' gross rent, so property own-
ers have claimed with the sup-
port of General Zionist members
of the government the rights to
raise rent in order that they may
find the money to pay this new
tax.
Otherwise, they claim, many
property owners will be forced to
sell out at ridiculously low market
prices, and the confidence of po-
tential investors in Israel or
abroad who might invest in real
estate will be destroyed for many
years to come. On the other hand,
the government has been chary of
allowing rent to rise since this
would affect the "cost of living in-
dex" to which wages and govern-
ment salaries are pegged, and ev-
ery point rise of which costs the
government another 1,500.000
pounds a month in salary bills.
Now at last, agreement has been
reached between the Mapai and
General Zionist ministers on free-
ing new buildings of all restric-
tions and control for a certain
period as a means of attracting
capital from abroad. Levi Eshkol,
Minister of Finance, hopes to bring
the measure before the Knesset
shortly. Since the rent for such
dwellings will be several times
present controlled rents, the meas-
jure will obviously strengthen the
case of property owners for a gen-
] eral upward revision of all con-
trolled rents, and there is a be-
lief here that the government in-
tends its freeing of new buildings
to be the forerunner of changes in I
this direction. When rents are
raised nearer their economic level,
market values of property will
rise, and the government will find
it easier to collect the tax.
Opposition to this liberalization
is expected inside the labor and
trade union movement, where the
left-wing opposition will take ev-
ery opportunity of attacking the
government. The recent blow to
the influence of these pro-Soviet
elements among the workers fol-
lowing the Prague Trials and So-
viet anti-Semitism, however, has
considerably reduced their power
to embarrass the government even
on purely economic issues. The
fillip that these measures will give
the building industry in a time of
severe unemployment is also ex-
pected to reduce ideologically-in-
spired opposition to such meas-
ures on the part of organized
labor.
Pictured above are eight of the personalities who partici-
pated in the program marking the five-day Triennial Conven-
tion of B'nai B'rith in Washingfon, D.C., from May 2nd through
6th. More than 1,000 delegates and guests from the 48 states,
Canada and overseas nations attended the Convention at
the Hotel Statler. Mrs. Elsenhower was hostess to 200 B'nai
B'rith women at a reception in the White House on Monday
morning. Shown above are (left to right, top row):
Mrs. Eisenhower, House Speaker Joseph W. Martin, Justice
Sherman Minton, Attorney General Herbert Brownell. Bottom
row: Senators Hubert Humphrey and John Kennedy, Frank
Goldman and General David N. Grant.
Israel's Dr. Abraham Biran
Visits Miami For Bond Drive
Bocks To Mark
Mothers1 Day
~n
:*-^,
One of the nicest and most use-
ful ways to commemorate Moth-
ers' Day would be through the use
of the book funds of Brandeis Uni-
versity, according to Mrs. Joseph
Duntov, chairman of the Book
Fund Committee for the Greater
Miami Chapter, National Women's
Committee of Brandeis University.
Mrs. Duntov explained that there
are two book fund collections for
the University Library the gen-
eral book fund and the special
book collections fund. The first
includes general books needed to
maintain the library and supply
the everday needs of the students.
The second includes rare and un-
usual books in various fields that
contribute to graduate and special-
ized studies.
"A gift to either of these collec-
tions will be commemorated by a
special bookplate inscribed with
the name of the donor or the per-
son honored." Mrs. Duntov said.
The Brandeis University Library
is completely supported and main-
tained by the National Women's
Committee, of wltich there are now
almost 40,000 members. There are
76 women's chapters throughout
the country. President of the local
Women's chapter is Mrs. Ben Zion
Ginsburg.
Mrs. Ginsburg said the Women s
Committee so far has made pos-
sible the acquisition of 85,000 vol-
umes in the library and 130 spe-
cial book collections. Recently,
Mrs. Gabriel Heatter donated S500
through the Greater Miami Chap-j
ter for the beginning of a special
book collection in the field of mu-1
sic and art. It was the first spe-
cial book collection to come from
this area.
Dr. Abraham Biran, District
Commissioner of Jerusalem, is
visiting Miami for four days. He
arrived here Thursday under the
auspices of State of Israel Bonds.
Dr. Biran will address several local
groups, including the Zionist Or-
ganization, during his stay here.
A native of Israel, Dr. Biran ac-
quired his advanced education in
the United States, first at the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania and then
at Johns Hopkins, receiving the
Masters and PhD degrees at the
latter institution.
He is in charge of the civil ad-
ministration of Israel's capital city
and has seen the Jewish population
of Jerusalem grow from 70,000 to
over 150,000 since 1949. Dr. Biran
was a member of the special Arm-
istice Committee administering the
armistice between Israel and Jor-
dan.
In addition. Dr. Biran is one of
the world's foremost archaelogists. j
He is a member of the staff of the j
Amrican School of Oriental Re-1
search in Jerusalem and partici-
patcd in numerous archaelogical |
expenditions in the Middle East.
He has been associated with ex-
penditions which have made im-
portant historical finds in Iraq.
During his stay, Dr. Biran will
make official visits to Mayors Chel-
sie Senerchia and D. Lee Powell of
Miami and Miami Beach. His first
scheduled address is to the Zionist
Organization of Greater Miami on
Friday in the Shore Club Hotel.
Borah Shnaider, city manager of
Bonds for Israel, announced Dr.
Biran's visit early this week.
ko Nobel Prize winners flank Ralph E. Samuel, chairman o
American Jewish Tercentenary Committee, at its National
anning Conference in New York City. At lef is Dr.,IW 1-
fui. microbiologist of Rutgers University, is at the right. Dr.
"bi won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1944 for the develop-
r-nt of molecular beam techniques in measuring nuclear
Pgnetic moments. Dr. Waksman was awarded the Nobel
p in 1952 in medicine and physiology for his discovery ot
PPtomycin. In addresses at the Tercentenary National wan-
fg Conference, both paid tribute to the democratic system
kh provides opportunities for people of all origins to make
fullest contributions to the progress of man.
Mrs. Kogan Again Heads
Academy Room Mothers
Mrs. Alexander Kogan, leader in
national and communal women's
orfanizations, was recently desig-
nated chairman of Room Mothers
at the annual election meeting of
the Hebrew Academy Women's
Organization at the Prince Michael
Hotel. Re-appointed for her third
consecutive term. Mrs. Kogan has
initiated a series of discussions per-
taining to problems of the grade
school child.
JNF Program Marks
Mothers' Day Here
The Jewish National Fund Coun-j
cil will present a special Mothers' j
Day program on the Jacob Schach-
ter Jewish Hour, radio station;
WMBM, at noon Sunday, May 10th. |
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual,
leader of the Miami Beach Jewish 1
Center, will be guest speaker.
The observance of Mothers' Day j
through participation in the JNF
program of purchase and refores-
tation of the land of Israel is one
of the projects of every Zionist
organization, according to Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff, Miami JNF
Council president.
The. series of JNF radio pro-
grams is under the direction of
Sam Prosterman, honorary presi-
dent of the local council.
Richard Proposes
Rally Schedule
Melvin Richard, who is running
to succeed himself during the June
2nd Miami Beach councilmanic
election, this week issued a pro-
posal to Claude A. Renshaw, Beach
city manager, which involves the
programming of rallies in parks by
candidates.
Richard said that rally time at
the parks is on a first come first
serve basis and that candidates op-
posing the incumbents "will have
a much more difficult task than
councilmen running for re-election
in acquainting the public with their
background and qualifications."
In his statement to Renshaw,
Richard said that "it was not fair
to those candidates who only learn
about the first come first serve
system after most of the choice
dates have been taken."
Richard proposed that the city
offer to arrange rallies at no ex-
pense to the candidates in Miami
Beach's public parks and that three
or four men running for Council
posts be invited to speak during
the evening.
"The rallies should be held si-
multaneously in the various parks."
Richard said, "so that every candi-
date will be heard every night in
some section of the city during
the last eight or 10 nights before
election day."
Hebrew School Board Meeting
The Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation Board of Directors
will meet on Tuesday evening, May
12th. 8:30 p.m., according to an |
announcement this week by H. M. .
Drewich, president.
Mother's Day Party
Pioneer Women, Club No. 2, will
hold a Mother's Day Party on Sun-
dav, May 10th, 2 p.m., at the home
of "Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cosow, 7222
Trouville Esplanade Drive, accord-
ing to Mrs. Ida Powell, president.
Rabbi David Shapiro will be guest
speaker. _
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GMJCC
Weeks Activity
The Ada* Social Group of the
Greater Miami Jewish Ceamnaasty
Center will hold the seam's first
patio part? daacc at the Town
450 SW 10th Aunt, oa
May tk. 30 pm.
Tab will maacwrair a series of
iotas or patio dances to be saoa-
sared by tke Ada* Soaal Group oa
Bmnatiac Safdaj mamrj ar-
cordm* to Miss Mara>ae Lane.
BkajBBjaa
f the
oa Monday May 11th.
at the Caster's head-
153C Bay lead.
The Work! Prepared Far Peace*
The speakers are fiefa saw FVyd
-i*ht PTofcsjor of Law at the
Varversty of Miami, aad
Moses MescheJafL
of Beth Jacob C
presides* of the Bnbhsntcai Socsety
of Greater Mil Barry Perkeil
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:zi :'. the Towm Braach Narsery
v-.-PTAi haM en Tans-
fay 12th p.m-- at the Towa
I-.- V-- Gftaaeal H amwan
;rade teacher of the
E>aecury SchooL will dis-
cuss the topic- The Narsery School
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The Teee Afe 0
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Center. Towa Branch, will hold its
aaaoal social oa Tuesday Ma?
it S pat The sooaL which
x the Ceater Capades Of H63.
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New officers
Graaada Jewish
ter were installed by
the Colooy
Cea-
******** lor
Isadore Barak,
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secretary
- nea
wMMtfaj.
"bus intiy.
Lax has been aa of s Group; yy^** l
Crater affairs, rhajrawai of the Relbjhm'
Leo
QaaaMttat
pwet held
aa. April
raaaj
active
baewax chaired the Drama Group ***
aad Based Donor aad Forum caav **** Shaw. Jo^pj, WJ?
I suttees. Be has participated oa Moore. Ben ci7^
I the Board of Rehdoas Edacataoa Bdehaaa. Mrs Sjrna FrL7
I aad Ada* Activities Committee Tauter S I'iaer stinT
aad is a saraihcr of the Eaecative Kmchaer Mrs Sidney Stilt.
Board. I*** *"* *" Water*'
Edward Peyser, rice president *rs. Micke> Grttleasn.Js*
bas beea a nsesaher of the Eater- *? HoUani*r |] z^
tamment Stage, ahnknar. ?< *' "* ^P^ Lint
CamiTal Coauaittees if""- ""^i ire Sia,,*)
Hy Ciiinaaaa has been re-elected w* d I habeaahnh
term. His, Aa awaaancetaeat by
with the Be- Master. B:r.:
ad Bodfrt Cnmmil this week said that the bai
tees. He is aba aa Executive far **> b*i been aaj
Board msaber **** *** aidfciona] Uad B
financial see- Purchased adjacent to the
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ooo oppoace Oao Kroger.
Clara Langsner Of Broadway Fame
Lives In Home Bought SO Years Ago
The
Chjn
hoane sn which she
TTth Street was
the fimom stare actress that
where Zc-r Oiii^wai Dicser Party
"kaprer Maracki Woenea.
dmaer party aa Saaaay.
Mtt. 6 paa.. at the Beth El
Center, to celebrate Mother aad
Daughter Day Proceeds will go
- Ckiidrea's ViBafe aad F;
School m IsraeL accordant: to
retary. has
Hoiy Days.
Casssnatees aad as a
the Esecatrre Board.
Mrs Harry Hirsa. recorchos sec-
retary, has been actrre wh tke
Women's Group She is also oa
tke Mtmlwi ifcip Ciaaantlri was
president of tke Garden Club aad
Dr. Wolison To Addr
Hygiene Society
Dr Abraham WoMsoa. fouader
'and director of the Spmoza Oat-;
door Forasn. will address the Coa-|
veataaa of The American Hyswae
Socsety at the Deiaao Betel to-
at 12B4 XW uffci 8 pat jyr Wocfson s topic mt
told hm To i^ A Hundred Y
I made a ery poor arestmeat. Happily
m U0& Oat of the small town hi j^ njotfson b a
" dent of Miami Beach

Muni, condaethac the Sanassa
pos. over U years. He is the
personality. Paul
to the
C*y
destined to remim in the jaslrt inscribed m Yi
shoas baed by luantiui sewnaf one find another Clara
-.aeftines. for her mterest was Zn Skooier's fahh in Miss Laa*> D ... ^____i T^ o-.-_,
attracted by the Pro^essm Dra- ner was rewarded whee she w BabOl
matar Ctah in 1*1. rrrea the female lend of Mrs. La-.
Her first acbmc uppirfnity' nae m We
Life Of Bui in Be has
also wTKtea The Beaith Aad Hap-
pier
others ra the cast
tpwrtiaBMn NSet^-r' am
a Mm
rose on the Yiddish staae of the staee erer
Bndahjb Ikbihmiaat Theater mer Rices play.
From there, n was but a short Law. opposite Otto
bop to Broadway Zri Shoohr a later went to
noted Yiddish and Bthif star i
took her to a rehearsal of We art apt anna
Americans. Edward G Boom inn m tke lead.
had been coetracted for tke male { Oniy last year Miss
lead aad was subsequently re- was scheduled to appear m a
placed by Moni Wi Lustre aad i Broadaa; proaaetiea opaasme
John Garfieid who swbsewoeotiT
died of a heart attack. Now. at C5.
Enesetk Israel C
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CasaeL spcntual leader. wiU he
oa the back m kss pelpct for tke
m El- Hobdays. May 20tk and 21st
At- ki Cassei has beea away oa aa ex-
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I candlelight ceremony by Rab-
foses Mescheloff will highlight
| installation luncheon of the
n,ici- Chapter, American Jew-
Congress, at the San Souci Ho-
dii May 13th, 12 noon. Rabbi
Hs Skop will be guest speaker.
Ifjcers to be installed are:
Ident, Mrs. Harry Shopiro;
[presidents, the Mesdames Har-
Brown, Leon Goodman, Wil-
Lubow and Morris Frank; fi-
lial secretary, Mrs. William H.
Miner; treasurer, Mrs. Lewis
tins: recording secretary, Mrs.
Shuhin; and corresponding
Itary. Mrs. Ann Diamond.
be installed as members of
Joard are the Mesdames S.
F. Berger, M. Baida, M. Dub-
I. Janoff. W. Loeb, G. Essman,
Lfkin. F. Salit, A. Tobin, N.
fcteir.. A. Silberman, L. Elkin,
ohcn, B. Rafael, S. Rose, B.
M. Goldstein, M. Rieger, E.,
lers, (;. McCIosky, J. Kruger,
kser. M. Mescheloff, R. Spero,
|uer and B. Laitin.
Kramer, accompanied by
)lga Stern, will entertain.
Lieutenant Roth To
Leave For Korea
Lieutenant Stanley Roth, son of
Mr. jftid Mrs. Nat Roth, 337 NE
28th Street, will leave for Korea
shortly. He received his wings last
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While at the UM, Lieutenant
Roth was a member of Tau Epsilon
Phi Fraternity. He is a graduate
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Air Force Base, Reno, Nevada. At
the conclusion of the course, he
will leave for Lamp Stoneman, Cali-
fornia, and shipment to Korea.
Sla+e Tribute For I. R. Goodman On
Wednesday At Beach Jewish Center
Tribute will be paid to the mem-
ory of I. R. Goodman, founder and
first president of the Zionist Coun-
cil of South Florida, who was
stricken a year ago while in the
midst of preparing the celebration
of the fourth anniversary of Is-
rael Independence Day.
A special meeting of the Jewish
National Fund Council on Wednes-
day, May 13th, at 8 p.m., in the
patio of the Miami Beach Jewish
Community Center will be the oc-
casion for the memorial tribute.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, presi-
dent of the Council, will present a
certificate to Esther and Lillian
Goodman, attesting to the planting
of two groves consisting of 2,500
trees in Israel, in memory of their
brother.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center, will
deliver the eulogy on behalf of the
Center and the Zionist Council. Dr.
H. Franklin Williams, co-chairman
of the American Christian Pales-
tine Committee and vice president
and faculty dean of the University
of Miami, will add the tribute of
the Committee. Samuel Proster-
man, honorary president of the
JNF Council will eulogize in Yid-
dish.
Rabbi David Shapiro, of the Hol-
lywood Jewish Center, will present
the "human side" of the great Zi-
onist leader, according to reports
this week. Fred Jonas, president
of the Miami Beach Israel District,
will pay tribute to Goodman's
achievements in the Zionist Organ-
ization of America.
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Flaglor SlaNs
Family Forum
The Flagler-Granada forum se-
ries will assume a lighter vein Sun-,
day night. May 10th. when a panel,
of Center members will try to an-!
: the question: Who Wears
The Pants In Your Family? Sid-
ney Stiller will moderate the de-
bate between Mrs. Ben Clein. Mr>
Herman Feldman and Mrs. George'
Gittelson for the women and J<"
Free!. Fdward Peyser and Mau-
rice Shaw who will defend the
men The forum will begin at 8.30
p.m.
The Center will present it* sec
end musical production of the year
Sunday night, M;.y 16th at 8:40
pjn., when the music of South Pa-
cific and an original O DM i: -cript
by Ifikke C.ittelson and Miriam
.: will combine to spell out
South Atlantic.
Pioneer Womeii to
Fete Mother's Day
Pioneer Women. Golda Myerson
Club, will hold a Mothers Day
celebration on Saturday evening.
May 9th. 8:15 p.m.. at the Bureau
of Jewish Education.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi Dav-
id Shapiro, spiritual leader of the
Hollywood Jewish Center. Dr. Av-
ram Biran. deputy commissioner of
Jerusalem and a member of the
Israel-Jordan Mixed Armistice
Cnniniiss'on. will discuss conditions
m the Jewish State
Kntertainim-nt will include the
Habonim and Mrs. Sonya C.erbert
in recitations, according to Mrs
Sophie Seeman, chairman of the
11 ening.
Zamora Sisterhood
Will Vote On Slate
An election meeting will be held
by the Zamora Jewish Center Sis-
terhood on Wednesday. May 13th
The slate includes:
The Mesdames Bernhardt Ches-
man. president: Herbert Hoodinin.
cultural vice president: William
Locke, fellowship vice president:
William Lauritz. fund raising vice
president: Morton Malcy. youth
vice president.
Beach Center Sisterhood
Installation May 18th
The Annual Installation Lunch-
eon of the Sisterhood of the MhUBl
Beach Jewish Center has been
scheduled for Monday. May 18th.
at noon in the Saxony Hotel, ac-
cording to Mrs. Bernard Stern,
chairman, and Mrs. Samuel Lipton.
co-chairman of the affair
On the program, with the instal-
lation ceremony by Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. will be a fashion show
to be given by Lillian Smith.
Reservations are being taken by-
Mrs. Stern and Mrs. Lipton. Mrs.
Henrv Waitzkin is ticket chairman.
allot BHurns
From Convention
F. Albert Pallot returned this
week from Washington. D.C..
where he attended the triennial
convention of the Supreme Lodge.
B'nai B'rith. comprising 350.000
members Pallot was the only dele-
gate from Greater Miami and one
of the two elected delegates from
Florida, the other being I-ouis Os- (
sinsk>. Daytona Beach.
Active in B'nai B'rith for 20
>e;.r-. Pallot twice was elected
Sholem Lodse president, was chair-
man of the Grand Lodge following
his return from war service and
:.,-! \.-ur was elected president of
the Florida IMi Federation of
! B'nai B'rith lodge-
Hebrew Academy Group
Sponsors Sunday Picnic
Irving Firtel. president of the
1 Hebrew Academy Fathers' Club.
announces a Mother's Day Picnic
on Sunday. May 10th. 9:30 a.m., at
the Miami Policemen's Benevolent
! Association Park.
The event is under the chairman-
ship of David Seid.
Serving on the Picnic Arrange-
ments Committee with Seid are
Abe Aranoff. Mat Furman. Nat
Feuerstein. George Kimmel. Sid-
Rubinowitz and Isidore Spolter.
Resolution Formed To
Unify ZOA Activities
A resolution that a local council
for Zionist districts herChe firm-
ed to unify the activities of youth,
organizational, fund raising and
membership programs was set
forth at a recent joint meeting of
directors and Executive Commit-
tees of ZOA affiliates in the Great-
er Miami area.
Representatives who attended in-
cluded persons from the Miami
Beach-Israel Zionist District. Coral
Cables Zionist District. Miami
Beach Masada and the Miami Zion-
ist District.
Inaugurate Exchange
Program In New York
NKW YORK A unique agree-
ment which for the first time
makes it possible for undergradu-
ate students in the field of Jewish
Religion, education, history and
literature to receive Bachelor's de-
Igrees from both a liberal arts col-
! lege and a theological seminary af-
ter following a combined course of
study has been ratified by Colum-
bia University and the Jewish The-
ological Seminary.
The exchange program was an-
nounced by Dr. Grayson Kirk, pres-
ident of Columbia, and Dr. Louis
Finkelstein. chancellor of the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary-, after the
signing of the agreement here.
Konahl Oorau
InRerital
The University f Miami ^
of Music will present Ronald |T
ay, violinist and student of Dr T*
Belov. in a recital at Beau "
Hall on Wednesday evening v
13U>. 8:30 p.m. g> *
Mr. Doray is a secondvear
dent at the University and hoi
a symphony orchestra scholars
; He will be assisted at the p.
by Louis Spielman
Mr. Doray has chosen f~
program the Devil's Trill
I by Guiseppe Tartini, the
\ companied Chaconne by Joh_
Sebastian Bach ami Edouanj Laid
Symphonie Espagnole.
Beach Young Adults
Plan Cuttin' Capers
The Young Adult Group of ft
Miami Beach Jewish Center
^hold its Cuttin' Capers, a
raising dance, on Sunday,
I 10th, 9 p.m., in the Center;
Hall, according to Phyllis
! stein.
Bob stone, president, said tsu
the funds will be used to purchase!
a new juke box for the Centtt
The affair will feature dancing |
an orchestra and refreshmn
Members of the Social Commitl
are Lucille Graboyes, Jane Go
stein, Donald Marks and Ark
Weisblatt.
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I 'cORAL GABLES JEWISH CBN-
|TER will hold Friday evening serv-
; at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Morris Skop
pill officiate and invoke the on-
cration prayers for new Center
officers. Mike Baskin, charter
jiember and local patent attorney,
Ln be installed as president. Sat-
urday morning services are at 9:45
m, when Stephen, son of Mr. and
trs. Mitchel P. Miller, 4311 Gra-
pada Boulevard, will becojne Bar
Bitzvah. Leadership will be the
Ihemc of Rabbi Skop's sermons on
hiday evening and Saturday morn-
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
Bill hold Friday evening services
kt 6:30 p.m. At 8:30 p.m., tribute
till be paid to Mother's Day, with
Rabbi Alfred Waxman. discussing:
others Of Israel. The Father and
feons' Group will provide floral dec-
orations. Hosts at the Oneg Shab-
bat will l>e Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
aiken in honor of their son Don-
Lie's sixth birthday. Saturday
horning services are at 9 a.m.,
lith Junior congregation services
chedulcd for 11 a.m. Rabbi Wax-
nan will discuss Ethics Of Our
fathers at 6 p.m. Mrs. Beckie Har-
ps will be hostess at Shalos Seu-
|oes. Daily services are at 7 a.m.

BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
lold Friday evening services at
1.30 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
fces arc at 9 a.m., with Rabbi Max
|hapiro and Cantor Maurice Mam-
hes officiating. The Bar Mitzvah
If Norman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
bavid I) Goldenberg, will take
llace at that time. At 6 p.m., Rab-
|i Shapiro will discuss the fourth
hapter of Ethics Of Our Fathers.
laily services are at 730 a.m., and
6:30 p.m.

ACUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
MSTITUTE will hold Friday eve-
ing services at 6:30 p.m. Satur-
py morning services are at 9 a.m.,
hen Rabbi Isaac Ever will of-
Jciatc and preach on the topic:
Mother In Israel. The Bar Mitz-
^h of Eddy, son of Mr. and Mrs.
porge Felder, will take place dur-
the service. Mincha is at 6:30
Im, followed by Maariv. Daily
Prices are at 8:30 a.m., and at
|45 p.m.
*
IAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
iNGREOATION will hold Friday
ening services at 6:30 p.m. Sat-
y morning services are at 8:30
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Kelemer will render the musical
portions of the service.

TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami wiU
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m. Subject of a discourse
by Dr. Joseph Narot is: The Cruci-
ble. Men's Club officers will be
installed during the service

HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
rnday evening services at 6:30
p.m. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Alexander
Gross will officiate and discuss-
The Bible Source Of Liberty
And Freedom. Mincha is at 6 p m
followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily
services are at 7:30 a.m., and at
6:45 p.m.

KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE-
GATION will hold Friday evening
services at 6:15 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 8:30 a.m.
Cantor Abraham Seif and the Con-
gregation Choir will render the
musical portion of the service. The
Bar Mitzvah of Daryl Ritter, son
of Margaret Ritter, will take place
at that time: Mincha is at 6:15
p.m. Daily services are at 8 a.m.,
and at 6:15 p.m.
*
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 6:30 p.m., with Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff officiating. Saturday
morning services are at 8:30 a.m.,
when the Rabbi will discuss:
Mothers' Day. Junior services are
at 9 a.m., under the direction of
Benjamin Kaminetzky. Mincha is
at 6:30 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will dis-
cuss the Weekly Portion. Daily
services are at 7a.m., and 8 a.m.,
and at 6:30 p.m.

MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Irv-
ing Lchrman officiating. Guest
speaker will be Gilbert J. Balkin,
director of the Florida Regional
Anti-Defamation League. Subject
of his discourse is scheduled as:
Making Democracy Work. Satur-
day morning services are at 9 a.m.,
and will be devoted to Mother's
Day. Dawn Grossman will extend
greetings. The Bar Mitzvoth of
Charles David, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Herman A. Phillips, and Charles
Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Lynne, will take place. Cantor Dav-
id Silverman will render the mus-
ical portions of the liturgy, assist-
ed by the Center Choir under the
direction of Joseph Schreibman.
Daily services are at 8 a.m., and
at 6:45 p.m.

ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 6 p.m.
Saturday morning services are at
8:30 a.m. Rabbi Morton Malavsky
wjll officiate and discuss the Week-
ly Portion.
*
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m., dedicated to mem-
bers of the Center Choir. These
include A. Louis Mechlowitz, direc-
tor, Rita Epstein, Mel Goldstein,
Lois Jacobs, Betty Mendelson,
Paul Press, Gladys Schaps, Geri
Mechlowitz and Leo Steinman.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will of-
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Greater Miami's
Synagogue Directory
*ffififi '?:?'R*>h> Isaac Ever, Or-
ssaaswE !P 7Mh Ml">l Beach.
Con'?, &ftbl M" Shapiro
MUml "Ve' 28Z5 SW 8rd Ave.'.
BVv.h !F'~D.T Shmaryahu Swlrsky, Or-
B..I. "V"' i00 HW I7th *-, Mam!
OHhrllo0,""",?;";1" ?lo,,e" Mchelof ,
H.Jh *L^ 30|-r?" W* Ave., MB
I IbeS J7!r?5.,!W ,'*,0n Kro'"h.
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HnE2!! e.Vemy RaV" Alexander
Hl!5Z2i! Of*ho Mlaieah.Miami Springs Reverend
Helm, Conservative, 951 K. 4th
Ave.. Hlaleah.
Hollywood Conservative, 2030 Polk
fet., Hollywood.
Israelite Center Rabbi Abraham
hachs. Conservative, 3198 SW 24th
ler., Miami.
Kneseth IsraelRabbi Abraham Cas-
!J." 9rino<,ox' I41S Euclid Ave.,
Miami Beach.
Miami BeachRabbi Irving Lehrman,
Conservative. 1701 Wash. Ave., M B
. ., Mbrw School-Rabbi Simon
April, Orthodox, 1101 SW 12th Ave.,
Miami.
Monticello Parklftlth Street and NE
11th Avenue, North Miami Beach.
North Dade Rabbi Harry Kttlnger,
Conservative, 13830 W. Dixie Hla-h-
way. North Miami.
North ShoreRabbi Mayer Abramo-
j:',zi. 'onervatlve, 620 75th St.,
Miami Beach.
Temple lara.lDr. Joseph Narot, Re-
form. 137 NE 19th St.. Miami.
Tifereth Israel 6500 N. Miami Ave.,
Miami.
West MiamiRabbi Alfred Waxman,
Conservative, 5720 SW 17th St.,
Miami.
Young Israel Orthdox, 4001 Chase
Ave., Miami Reach.
ZamoraReverend Rudolf Brill, Con-
servative, 44 Zamora Ave., Coral
Gables.
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ficiate and discuss: King David
The Sweet Singer Of Israel. Can-
tor Edward Klein will render the
musical portions of the liturgy.
Saturday morning services are at
8:45 a.m., when Rabbi Abramowitz
will preach on the Weekly Portion.
* *
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 officiate
and preach on the topic: The Spir-
itual Foundations Of Human Des-
tiny. A class in Talmud is sched-
uled for 5 p.m., to be conducted
by the Rabbi. Mincha is at 6 p.m.,
followed by Shalos Seudos. Junior
congregation services are in the
Academy Hall at 10 a.m.
*
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m., with Reverend Leo
Heim officiating. Dr. Nathan
Friedman, Miami Springs optome-
trist, will be guest speaker. Sub-
ject of his discourse is scheduled
as: Israel Yesterday, Today And
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Tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Novfck Will be hosts at the Oneg
Shabbat. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 9 a.m., when Reverend
Heim will discuss the Weekly Por-
tion.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services .at
8:15 p.m., in observance of PTA
Sabbath. Rabbi Leon Kronish will
officiate and consecrate newly
elected officers. Guest speaker will
be Dr. Abraham Biren, district
commissioner of Jerusalem. Sat-
urday morning services are at 10:45
a.m., when the Bas Mitzvoth of Jill
Fenias, Kaye Koren, Janice Marko-
witz, Ellen Rothman, Sandra Sokol-
sky, Joyce Strauss and Elaine Zell-
er will take place. Cantor Samuel
Kelemer will render the musical
portion of all services.
*
YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
will hold Friday evening services
at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning
services are at 8:30 a.m. Mincha
will be at 6:30 p.m., followed by
Shalos Seudos. Daily services are
at 7:45 a.m., and at 6:45 p.m.
*
FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
Saturday morning services at 9
a.m., when Robert M. Altman, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Al Altman, will
become Bar Mitzvah. Joseph Horo-
witz will officiate.
.
HOLLYWOOD JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER will hold Friday
evening services at 8:30 p.m., with
Rabbi David Shapiro officiating
and discussing: Our Words Speak
Louder Than Our Deeds. Cantor
Joseph W. Malek will chant the
liturgy. The Oneg Shabbat will be
sponsored by Dr. and Mrs. Alfred
Geronemus. Saturday morning
services are at 9:30 a.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-
tee, will speak on: Teach Us To
Number Our Years. The Sister-
hood will sponsor the Oneg Shab-
bat. Services will begin at 9.a.m.,
Saturday, and will be followed by
a Kiddush.
Honor Mother
To Be Crowned
The Honor Mother of 1953 will
be crowned at a Parent-Child
Luncheon of Temple Beth Sholom
tomorrow following the regular
Sabbath morning service, accord-
ing to an announcement by Mrs.
Irving B. Kaplan, president of the
Temple's PTA which is sponsoring
the luncheon.
"The measure of service ren-
dered to the Religious School of
the Temple during the past year
will determine the outstanding
Mother of the Year," Mrs. Kaplan
said.
Other features of the luncheon
will be the presentation of prizes
to the winners in the essay and
poetry contest on the theme, My
Mother, in which children of the
Religious School have been par-
ticipating. The musical program
will be given by the girls sched-
uled to become Bas Mitzvah dur-
ing the service.
These include: Jill Fenias, Kaye
Koren, Janice Markowitz, Ellen
Rothman, Sandra Sokowsky, Joyce
Strauss and Elaine Zcller.
Chairmen of the luncheon are
Mrs. Albert Reisman and Mrs. Sol
Pine. Reservations chairman is
Mrs. Abe Schwartz. Sydney J.
Greenberg is educational director
of the Religious School.
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*Jc1s*nt*J*rL
ii^A^sy
>
MORRIS C FRANK
pnniod 'h V..T- ml Bonvb !*?!_ -*>
.,ord awnj April Jh Mr <....'- ami Honcn ,*,S". "^i, 5* pnat
is anrviird t^ law daiktr*. Mr* vnr> cmnrn* '"V"1 >p _,.~i ww-
u%m of Mia-m .n7nr, wa.. Mr ** ~ ?lf7!-rnk.
Nm lUvm two aoo*.
H H li-idon of Miami iM Gordon Sprln**- M*r> inJ
Kmum; w*:o nrnt Jo Now Ha^
intorraont by t".->r\on Fnnoral Lltfll-
HARRY SCMEIFER
T*, of ?* SW M St pnmol away
April SHid H bad Uvod hor tot th*
SIM rnr*. v-.min(i from Spr-.nanoM.
am.. aid m a rourod mttm pkr-
two cameraman Survrvod
nm. Mrs Ja^tt Altaun. I Miami
Sorviroo woro nold la tko Miami I k*r-
" -nrr: Horn* Bjna.
was at Mt Sinai Memorial Park.
IT.
Louis GBa was elected
president of the Dade County
Cbapter. Florida Institute of
Certified Public Accountants,
at its annual election dinner.
HARRY RORICL
i>f llti* Btocnyno Blvd.
. >VrdTtaMav. April 1SnJ;,
hv.l boop'ta' > rvixod r-} oia M.-tkor.
Anna Fr4rL Homatno .woro oot to
Cbioaco. UL. for aor\H-*a and inlor-
nwal b> Miair.l R.*rald*.
ISRAEL riSHMAN
*S N.-rlfc I*tk Atnw. HoBy-
n Ma lt. in a local bn-
nitaL Ho U onfriTou k> k wif*. H*-
*W: thro* sons. Jack. Lmii* and Tftoo-
ind on* donsktor Mr* Poarl
W. MlMl wor* oa aanawy at
tS Hollywood J*wi*k Comaiunit>
Cantor, with regains son' kl Newark
Now J*ro?. by Tko Miami Rlx*r-
10* "
Hebrew School
Ladies Slate
Insliillalion
Mrs. William Weintraub will 1*
JT president of the Miami Hebrew
t'^U'v^rVaaa .nd Vti^H School and Congregation Sister
?rank. bob "**'.*ii*0*Tom" hood durin* *** com*"* year.
LUt-La1^ MaVi -mSSc Ma*?** other officers named to posts at
CUeoNo m i J'^Sa'2,r-J-^,i a recent Sisterhood election are
SSh^iJ^-r^^rnrf the **d*mes Edwd L- Becker.
lean'* ruaorai Homo wttk B**"'',** I honorary president: Irvin Serkin.
"-oJ^nta,^2.rV' -* s** -** presideBt; Peter Duchon. 2nd
ice president: Jack Stone, treas-
urer. Michael Blank, financial sec
retarjr.
The Mesdames Max S. Newber
ger. corresponding secretary: Phil-
ip Bendel. recording secretary: and
Benjamin Sokoloff, first honorary
Board member
Board members include the Mes-
dames A- Cohen. S. Cohen. N. Corl-
Fiedler. S. Her
L^ALattrr^-
NOTICE UNDER~r7T;~-
OIBHON .S
d A*. iM.adT ^ ^-^l
| Com*tor? _______
JOSEPH RAIMOWlT
TT t JoftoronO! Avono. dtod In a
h lor. for tko naal li ** ""
___ii>[r of tho Miami Boaoti JewSjni
Contor *nlw l^"'?d* hJ*.. *d
Snoat throo *n. IrMajt. Nat and
1-------and tkroo dauktor* Mr*. Dot-
t| Bosonnors. Mrs Jonnio Kankvn aa
Mr. ."Wir Am> Sorrtcoo -oro at
tfco Rrrordo Moaoorml CkapoL h
mtr.-mont la Now Tort
MRS. ETTA SELMA AI.RERT
li. of X Moridlan Av Mi*a.i
Mizrarki Worn*>m
Lmmmrk Memh+r
4 ampai*,*
NEW YORK Fift> thousand
rsembers of the Murachi Women*
Organization of America are now
launching a thirt>-da> Mother and
Taughter membership campaign, it
was announced here by Mrs. Aaron
Neustadter. national membership
chairman of the women's reugjous-
Zjoaist orginirntton.
MoUkfi^aao-daaghter erents are
scheduled m major cosanitMuties
throughout the IS. Mrs. Neustadt-
er reported, with the intensive per-
iod of the campaign set for May
10th through 17th. highhghtinc
V-thers Day ceremonies wtuch
wii! see 230 chapters of Murachi
Women pledge continued and ex-
panded aid to youth and newcom
ers in Israel
Mui-Ti: Beach Murachi Women
hold their Mother* Iks] Meet
ing on Saturday evening. May 9th.
it S 15 p m. in the social hall of
Congregation Beth Jacob.
NATHAN ROTHMAN
of >; N\V ota Avow. dod on April
r>tk S^r'W.-oo woro at tko Boach Mem-
orial Otapoi oa tko Wtk.
MARRY BERKOWITZ
bt f 4T- XW tk Aronao "to) on
April :k A toraa of w.--td War
lull rrskdonl noro for tko past IS
xrar*. ko I* norriood ky fete -
rV<. k: motkor. MoTno two nor.* and
two nrvtkor*. Sorriro* noro *t tno
Rlnnldi Moaaonal CnapoL wttk In-
Ttrmont on Moant Sinai Comotor?
ton. H Feldan. M
*: man. S. April S Heiken. D. Hecht
,nr^^Afr^-Uo-'."iS^i D Kleber B. Kelemer. R. Levui.
Itr%.sk, ****!?? ^kri*.,Wof |T. Mages. D Meitxer. S. Helfand.
^^rand^Mr^^oU- S t Perlnun, F Rapwort R. Bock
w-orv*ot.r M*. .and^Jj*^ ,SaJ oH. F. Sieget. B. Schneider. M.
j Bonc.w'klpi. uk bnrini in Mt Nob stein, j Schwadroo and M. SpiegeL
! ^-oaaot.r?______ installaUon will be at 1 pj^, oa
mm hanna lew ||n jjth Bshhi Simon April will
' InT'nlw. 'xtsT C"n-e%s?5^ installing twicer, with Mrs._Af>
NOT.CE W^JPySj
NOTICE !.-
tno nnminH'i
_JMM an k,
pac-ux-jai Aj-rs
NAME CAW ""I
ylvnnla Ai
'} Rl
a-nSr-s 5-1
HAHRT EUUJuJ
ARTH, $&gP*m
J Lincoln Bead, Miami
I in the crci. t coyiiT
-ELEVENTH JLO.CIAL cin
FLORIDA. IN AND FM?M
,c*mjntt. in chancery iu*.
'rXORE-Vrr TH H\{r
v*.
J'JHN STILUAM HASLOt.,
NOTICE OF PUoLiarnS
TOC JOHN WILUAM hS
JR.. {wwnrr
llth ----- v
Jrr*r:
t. j vnrtl 2^tk Sat unr noon m* | ^* ^ j*r*o)
o*V from Bnffalo. XT. Snr- rij u charge of the program. Can- aro korok? eoti' d taat B J
o,^ktw*Bt*Sh,'ir^o. .ST J!*nl} | or Berele Kelemer -ill render setr- M ^ kjj
- _i__ i_ in.rr.to Ranrk Mnril oral mucu-al nelectiOBS. urn a mm rj .. .----r*.
' M-A BonCO- IMfTlCOn nam ^mmumm r----------------------------------
ton* nnaco la BnfTanx Bonok Moaaorial graj musical selections.
Ohnnolnna In rnarro o tocnl armno- ,
it* I
MRS. CELIA JOSEPH
*. of :." :''-* SttrooL Naai Bn<-k
diod Ut
tko past ..
a aon! Horbort. and ono dnnsktor
M INorja
lfo fonr Motor*. Mnant woro wni
v, Took CUj for nnk mwrnton: k> tko Rjonmdo Momotial
EDWARD STAHL
lltn Aoo. daod April ** "~',
nonwtnl. Ho bad boom n MlanM rent- Minli
* drTfor i yoan- Swrrtonr. tarlwanlna | omi
Tiro. Mr* Mar? sani. too. wan**-1 &cM representative of the Lnited
Hoffman Here
Wmr WSSA
Hoffman, southeastern
rv celia Joseph .j- -^ j^u ttro dwnsk- fjHd upuwKitnre of the Urn
^"To-SjSTfc SS^^^1^'A^^\^^ for New JmmfmmJ.
;J roar*, ah* h> nnnrf by nwtor* Muo Mary Stnbl and Miami today to diaCUSS With lewd
*r**rt- *** "* "*"l*r: Mr*. Bva aboamovrtn. aB of atanL | _,i. c^^ial T..uL.
rty. SWornann. Swo ak St^^Vo^Xu Monaay Xb ** S"?*1.ServM* ."
today to discuss with If din
.."li M-v-t [wf the Jewish Social Senriee Bur
Rror*MV Monwnal CnapoL wttfe nor- *tm aad Miami SecUon. NataOOal
Council of Jewish Women, the
ABRAHAM
? a :*ttor fm
Shlmrdny Hr -
-^*r* ic^
No
C
LSXV
aiod oa
by kt> aoox
in
LEON WEISS
>.
to immigrauon and na-
dWd April SSth. m a k*cwl iiiinil
Woa-illd wood tare ****
aro froaa Itawrt. NJ. and oorawd aj
SADIE *-flEOA*l
XW.- fHk Stroot dWd on
Mai d A roaadont boro for tno pan*
raw oar*. ono a. anTvivod by nor
- .- Harxoa. ono br^rkor and two *-
-.-^ .VordoB Fwnoral Hoono wan n
.-karr* of am-imint*-
MARRY *ARTH
B of Iwnipann noawf. od on Ma?
V -ooMVet thoro for tno pa*t 11
to*.**. n mi tno on nor of tbo Barth
;oi a.o woro la taw
runorai Hoax
intoraaont on Monat Sbaal Ooaartory
_ of Xow Took
now? SoVnndbwrtnl Cordw lto- -*
Kunora! Boon* w in ckwrn* *.
ARTHUR MIWSCMklAM
: l^*n *. MJanv Bonrt. M
Xmri Wtn. in a anml kiwjWil *r ,
H3*rbanaa bad no*od boro *
>nr* AC* froaa Potrmt. wbrrt n* -
The Serrice to Foreign
CwawaMllii of the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women, tngethtr
lawawaB of several ether Jew-
are moling with
at the Biscayne Terrace
LEONARD BERNSTEIN
- M' : ka ko^o la
rkikanilikw Ho naia ta naod a a tor
boon* at Mil Dntosln Rand. Msa-
BonriL SorW-oo woro on
wttk mtoi I at v ksnl
KUmerxnan Unveiling
The dedtcatkon of a monument to
the menory of the late Helen Khm-
ii mm formerty of 333 T5th
Street. Miami Beach, will take
place Sunday. May 10th. 1 pa. on
the Beth David Plot of Mt Siaai
Misaniiil Park Cemetery, with
kwM
Mrs. Puntrwian is swrmed by
WELLMAN
Efffl *jraw-M CMAJ-1 hnv
* 1743 BAY 0AD
wmm
Mrs.
:
and six .
menu are a charge of Palsser's \
Miaou Monument C .
Friends and relatives are asked to ^ ,'
OSCAR BLUM
T*. of ) SW =nd A'
M I--------
fc*r j ,,nr*. roaaknc ttmmjDajtw.
LiBto. Ho waa a rotamd sroo*r ant
sunnod by U wifo. B>
tor*. Mr.. Etn^ Xnck.
and Mr*. Bit* Moltnor. of
,- m- r -
(.*. asd
naaaa* wor*
Lavnl nrrnawenaont
I of Gorwona
ETTA SELWA ALRERT
of 83* Xootn _
__-< in; Satnrnay. April
M-* AkMrt ttvod nor* (or tno
I* yonr* and in ilood by two
L- iwan*na. or
Totnrv. of
itor, SnU-
nsflman will present the
leans of adjustment that the
American mnst aneet and the new
problems that hare grown out of
the McCarraa Act.
LEGAL MOTICE
NOTICE UNOCR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
m TTCEtt HEJUEBT <1IVEX tnat
SABATOCA BAR. at SSw) X V Ttk
A to. latond In i itor nant anan*
oritb tno Clark of tk* CVrult Cvnrt of
Dawn Conaty. FWrthv
JXJCEPH DE L4.-CC1A
PATRICIA tE Lt'CCIA
STEPHEN r KESSUER
atawmoy for AnnBennta
< &W 2nd Mm
WU-nff
..:-,
" copy of rooraaww,
to tno E:. of Conanai
a attomri max
nX SiykiK Bu-.Mtas. Kant,
and ftt* tno or-.-_.. Aaorw,
las n? tn* oft, of tk* Ckfti
CarewX Cnwrt on or bafwt ikt|
of Jan.. l*U If too u t."
Jansmial by i.finH .:U M
irainot ywa lor tat nWi
tno Citt of Ct-.Jui
DONE ANI' RDetO ,
Ploridn. tbl '. -Jaj of It
E B LEATHI
Tork CtrcoX Cl.*
I*j- 'onaij FlorojJ
B? M C. OPXES,
(Clrewit Cowrt ^oal>
MAX R. SILVER
*B Sawnooi BuikLac Mani 1
Attorney f. r F'. -
/s-u-g-a_________
NOTICE TO C0IT0j
M THE COLNTy juOOETi
IN AND FOR OAOE CC
FLORIDA IN OROtATE. Nil
la R E OF
IRVIN-1 ~<'UH
T* AB Ood-.tro* and AI Pwi
Cnvur-t -r : naaa> Arinfl
in
Ton. and -ark .
_ pad -I u
Icaalaa* and i--^ad rtnl
of j- ^ t_... hw if
_ito r : r n ; roil
lb*t* Of tWdo 3tT fWwtl
I a-Torati* <4f*t d I
I Canary, and f.K Ik kl
!aatko* 4a A* -nm.tr
" Wat? r.-xaw. wilntl
nwrki rroa tar nwf
: Donof. BnU
:-. -AC kj
Bin of tk* .-dloU
to and nr- .ritl
NOTICE UNOCR FICTITIOUS
MAME LAW
MOTIOK 1^ HEREBT 'iiVEN tkat
kaanTiio" ondrr tko fWOuan* name of
Tint STREET AT1-AXT1C STATION,
at TOM X W. 2nd Avona*. nvUad tn
rnrartor mid aaano wttk tk* CVi k of
tk* CtrtiMt Cowrt of Oad* Cnwaty.
* r moral
wor* m Mm of Gor.
Sam Gyson To Speak
Miasu Beach Lodge. B nai B nth.
wiU hare as gwest speaker at the
TwlBwnl hnkrhonei nwiling oa May
D 15 p-av. at the Natjaaal
Hotel. Sam Gysaa.
tator i iiiawkg b Gilbert J
km. prtitdenf Gershea S
ts li hi 111
N>V-V^^O^V^
^N-^o^%w^o
YIDDISH CLASSICAL
HOUR ON NEW TIME
WINZ proodly
MOUS rtASATTB
MlLTViN BERUNER
FRANK KISHNER
MA MKF.MELX.
Attamor anr ApnoMnnt*
loot Btorayn* Ifaialiaa
Wk-IS-S-B
NOTICE UNOCR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE B HEREBT G1VRX tkat
i, aillrws tn IB* kv
tk* fbrtrUnaa mat of
BaCTS WLUL at <
to*. Oaa Lack*. Fkor-
_ .-*B-M(or nud mat w-.tk
i tko Oork / tk* CwcwM nf Cawrt of
Ondo County. Ftaram.
JOSEPH & BROWTX
MORTON HOLSMAN
HITXER B HI INfcR
lit -fynmin RkkX. Mbwna. Fkv
I Attnraoya Bar Branrna* a Mon Woar
Dnto Apr VJ2?
M ^
a- aaawkwa
1R\'N ; ROfK.
bernak:
_A.
Tkt Co*wrr : x Rant
.-
NOTiCE -N3ER WTq
N*WE L*w
x- '- '' =2 -,
tk* mil i f- lona-M <
jWini --' ;-'Jtl*"1i
A-E sr- : R '"' ***
IO N E
Conaty. rVr,^*."*J
5- Cnwrt
KtTtT W-: ]
Attorn*. "3 1
Ono Ikanhi P. ._: --ifdaW J
j t.ii-r->
XOTt ^1
IB* awdoraw--: '**?*__
SStTu-n ..
tad a,***** ."V_
rwr^cor at '^Jr\
tbo Cwowit < "
n-t-a. ^n
max R *a-vaL*t
GRADE ^
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PRODUCTS

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paT//.'*twwJbI rnri ill i
, GREATEB j
MIAMI
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MIAMI TITLt
. QhtroctCo.
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m txABt cootn
CHILDREN NEED
$-3T
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)AY. MAY 9. 1953
LEGAL NOTICE
"Notice undir fictitious
Nu,,^,_ -,^^ LAW
In-oTK'I: IS HBRBBT OIVEN thnt
L onderslgned, desiring to engage In
Cainp'j uri'ier the fictitious name of
?'Vir HI1 MIAMI, at 2100 N.W.
I;,",! court, Intend to register said
Ln,,. With the Clerk of the Circuit
P.,, ,,| Milv County, Florida.
k,u" AUK KKANTZ
VINCENT l.dNOO
InliKUT I- BLOOMBERG
Siorncv l(,r Applicants
f gobuld Hldg. .
1-S-l"'--- __________________________
ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
W-OTICi: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage In
,ines under the fictitious na"me of
kh iTItKKT & HARDINO AVENUE
ri'l-'l. mid PRINCE'S Nfith STREET
1HARDINO AVE. MOTEL, nt 86th
K- Harding Avenue, Miami
Larh, Florida. Intends to register
Cil name with the Cleric of the <'ti-
ll! emit of Dade County.- Florida.
1,1 HARRY 'PRINCE
JRUE J. TAL1ANOFF
tirm-v for Applicant
l-U-21 ^
LEGAL NOTICE
oT r.Rr.AB.^OLUNCTyCUFVTORN
No. 1M73
IN
E
A
'?*. "J" CHANCERyT
JOHN T. UVRNE. Plaintiff
DORIS liUENNIXu UYRNE.
. NOTICE BY PUBLICAT.'oNnt-
TO: DORT8 BRENNING BYRNE
nee unknown
HEREBY NOTIFIED
Complaint ror Divorce
l vou In the
re-
our
jn
le the
f
the
roc
that a Bill of
has been
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
SUTI'"K IS HEREBY QIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage In
Wnnss under the flmltlous names
TUH'KKTTE" "TRIOKETTES
WIE8NER" "TRICKETTES"
ERFAMP". nt 1811 Purdy Avenue,
tini Beach, Florida. Intends to reg-
fr saM name with the Clerk of the
ult Court of Dade County. Flor-
WIESNER OK MIAMI, INC.
|OR0E I- TALIANOFF
jbtney for Applicant
l.ve entitled .au.M.Vnd vJunrel...
Answer t the iilll of Complaint
the Plaintiffs attorneys, and t
SfoUSt^ **VtB Clerk o
'v ,i ,r,ul' Cmirt on or before the
it i. "t otMV- "M, otherwise a
>".THE JEWISH FLORID1A.N. ;
mtttti& l"",r"", lh'8 2wh
E. LEATHERMAN.
By^WM. W. STOCKING,
W?T- 8'VjRt Vmuixot
Attorneys for -plalnOn
{NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
itici: IS HEREBY OIVEN that
udei signed, desiring to engage In
esi nnder the fictitious name of
IVAM 'I-: MORTGAGE COMPANY,
(,100 I >evonshlre Boulevard. Miami,
inttnda to register said name
...the clerk of the Circuit Court
Dado County, Florida.
HENRY A. KAUFFMANN
|tY STONE
for Henry A. Kauffmann
t-:\ I l-
gOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
iTICR IS HEREBY GIVEN that
[ undersigned, desiring to engage in
rider tin- fictitious name of
if TOR'S CANDY AND TOBACCO
at 2198 N.W. i2th Avenue. Mi
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
6.tsinK??.".,ii5do1" tHt f*"'l"'>"s name of
FRANCETTE MB.** 7337 .Hording
Avenue, Miami Beach, Intends to reg-
ister said name with The Clerk of the
Circuit Court of-pudr County, JFIorida.
ELIZABETH TOTMV Sole Owner
MYERS, H El MAN KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant .
50 Seybold Bldg *^ lw> I
4/24 5/1-8-15 '-.
PAGE 11 B
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
5/1-8-13-22
WALTER MI'ROFF
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
will, the i,,.k f u. (,,
of Dade County, Florida ^"ur>-
UNITED STATES TITLE
da.. COKI'UIUTION ^
m ''*' T> *l,'v MULLOY
Attorney, for Applicant
(ill i ongress Bid*
5/1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE I? J^akWfovtfctlhat
the undersigned, desiring, to engau- In
business under the ffftltlnus nanie of
EMPIRE AUTO SALES, at 1260 N.W
36th Street. In th. citv ,.t MlawV-Pade
County, Florida. nM.s iu regtater
the said name wlfh the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Countv, FlorUIa
. ABRAHAM DAVIS
4/24 5/1-8-15
Intend to register said nam
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Count)'. Florida.
.1. EDWARD CANTOR
SACl. CANTOR
ROSE CANTOR
l'artiiers
HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Irneyi for Ajiplicants
ybold Bldg.
l-.i
the
Dade
SRS,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
pTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Undersigned, desiring to engage In
ess under the fictitious name of
1'AltASOL CO., at 1545 Collins
mi,. Miami Beach, Florida inlends
egistrr name wltfl the Clferp of
;ircult Court of Dade County, Fla.
SAMUEL GINSBERG
BE J. TALIANOFF
rney for Applicant
ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
JTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
Und.-rslgned, desiring to engage In
bess under the fictitious name of
Jl'ES BEAUTY SALON, at 77
hington Avenue, Miami Beach,
Ids to register said name with the
I of the Circuit Court of Dade
)ty, Florida.
loSEPH PATTI, Sole Owner
plK, HEIMAN KAPLAN
rnevs for Applicant
leybold Bldg.
IN COUNTY JUDGfc 3 COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 27129 B
RE: ESTATE OP
LEOPOLD M. CCTINO, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
riled my final reixirt and petition for
Final Discharge as ANCILLARY EX-
ECUTRIX of the satl......I LEOPOLD
M. CL'TINO. deceased; and that on
the 18th day of May, 1053, will apply
to the Honorable County .Indues of
Dade County, Florida, for approval
of said final report and for final dis-
charge as Ancillary Executrix of the
Estate of LEOPOLD M. CCTINO, de-
ceased.
This 23rd day of March, 1953.
-MAROHERITA CCTINO
MILTON A. FRIHUMAN
Attorney for Ancillary Executrix
4/17-24 5/1-8
HE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
*ND FOR DADE COUNTY.
IDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30018-B
I SPATE OF
|W\Kii FRIEDMAN. Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I i red I tori and All Persons Hav-
' Ittlmi or Demands. Against
|d KstaUt
i and each of you, are hereby
'd and required to present any
i and demands which you, or
"i you, may have against the
"i KDWARD FRIEDMAN, de-
late of Dade County, Florida,
Hon. County Judges of Hade
and file the same In their of-
the County Courthouse in Dade
Horlda, within eight calendar
Horn the date of the first
ration hereof. Said claims or de-
i contain the legal address of
aimant and to he sworn to and
"'"i as aforesaid, or same will
{/red. see Section 120 of
f i..hate Act.
ed April 9th, A.D. 1953.
BERT FRIEDMAN,
As Executrix of the Last
"HI and Testament of
EDWARD FRIEDMAN,
. HEIMAN & KAPLAN'ed"
Helman
ftr for Executrix
5/1-J
BTICE
N Si9fu JIY ^?y Bt IC A TIO N
IN THVtlRCblT'COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
Florida; iKf and for dade
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 151*91
MARCUS EINHORN, Plaintiff.
CHARLOTTE EINHORN, Defendant.
TO: CHARLOTTE EINHORN, 1041
Nelson Avenue. Bronx. New York
You are required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney,
and to file the original answer In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 18th day of
May. A.D. 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, 1933.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
By: WM. W. STOCKING
(Circuit Court S'eal) Deputy Clerk
Name and Address of
Plaintiff's Solicitor:
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
I0S1 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida.
4/17-24 5/1-8
MARV JANE DAVIS a/k/a
t JfA.IJJLi!AV,H' Ue'-eased
i. SrtJMfor" ana A" I'ersons Hav-
HKd E-Ute: W Den"u,d" A.aln.1
nr.T1'i.U^",",J',l'n of yu' re hereby
eliimC "'i i*"""1""1 to present any
-aims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
SSaR* Wfe&V*1" "AVls" a/k/I
rAU OAVlS. deceased late of Dade
Conn y, Florida, to the Honorable
mU"!y J,,,,e Dade County, and
file the same In their offices In the
DOUBtJT Courthouse In Uadc County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the claim-
ant and to be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or same will be barred.
Date April 21, A.D. 1953,
GENEVA TROTMAN a/k/a
GENEVA KEMP, '
Am Administratrix Cum
Testamento Annexo
of the Estate of
-MARY JANE DAVIS, a/k/a
, MARY DAVIS, Deceased.
I. R. MAYERS
Attorney for Administratrix Cum
Testamento Annexo
4/24 5/1-8-1j
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 3O083-B
In lie: ESTATE OF
RUPERT ALEXANDER DAVIS
a/k/a RUPERT RAV1S, sometimes
known as WILLIAM DAVIS,
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, arc hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of RUPERT ALEXANDER
DAVIS a/k/a RUPERT DAVIS, and
sometimes known as WILLIAM DAV-
IS, deceased late of Dade County.
Florida, to the Honorable County
Judges of Dade County, and file the
same In their offices In the County-
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication here-
of. Said claims or demands to con-
tain the legal address of the claimant
and to be sworn to and presented as
aforesaid, or same will be barred.
Date April 20, A.D. 1933.
I. R. MAYERS,
As Executor of the Last Will
and Testament of
RUPERT ALEXANDER DAVIS
a/k/a RUPERT DAVIS
sometimes known as
WILLIAM DAVIS, Deceased
DAVID POPPER
Attorney for Executor
lie:, Congress Bldg.
4/24 5/1-8-15
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OPVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage ln
..'. .'";"." "mler the fictitious name of
FDA III.M DISTRIHI'TING AGENCY
at a N.K. 2nd Avenue, Miami, in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
5/1-8 U 22 SAMLTEI' VOGELI1AUM
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
__,___ No. 26868
RE: ESTATE OF
CASICA HARKON, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
,NPT'CE Is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Kinai Discharge as Executor of the
estate of c'akica BARSON, deceased:
thnt on the 25th day of May,
LEGAL NOTICE
ind
Ur.S.',..wl" "P',lv to the Honorable
l-RANK B. imWLtNO. County Judge
of Dade County. Florida, for approval
of said final report and for final dis-
I'..1r,,;.a" '*Ttor of the estate of
i A MCA BARSON, deceased.
This 21st day of April, 1953.
S/ TJJIFON BARSON
., ,, Executor
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Executor
922 Seybold Ilulldlng, Miami, Florida
4/24 5/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
huslhess under the fictitious name of
STONE-AGE, at 2621 N.W. 16th
Street Road, Miami. Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MILTON STONE
___ Sole Owner
MYERS.''HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
650 Seybold Bldg.
5/1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslHng to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
KITTY Kane, at 1540 Washington
Av,-.. Miami Beach. Fla.. intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of. Dade County,
Florida.
EISRO INC.,
A Florida Corporation
MANUEL LIBEL
Attorney for Applicant
228 X.E. 2nd Av.-., Lawyers Bldg.
4/17-24 5/1-8
the
UNDER FICTITIOU8
NAME LAW
' I- IS HEREBY OIVEN thnt
I ned, desiring to engage In
fs under the fictitious name of
lit FLORIST CO. (Not Inc.),
>'. bi Street, Miami, Intend
id name with the Clerk
(' ircult Court of Dade County,
ALBERT J. HTR8CH
CHARLES LUDWIU
PTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
1..... NAME LAW
I" E IS HEREBY GIVEN that
' rlnn to engage In
lv '".....r the fictitious name of
t. I'OVID KOSHER MEAT
II 's oh- FLORIDA, at 1!'7
lu. '.'",'na'" to register said
I(.11. l.he Clcrk of the Circuit
I 'iiile County. Florida.
SEACOAST MEAT AND
PROVISION COMPANY
El. LUBELr4<1* Corpor",,on
.' ','- APPlleant
5 *llr St.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 158535
VIENNA CYNTHIA RUSSELL.
Plaintiff
SAGE KINDLE RUSSELL.
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Sage Kindle Russell. 167 E. 32nd
Street, New York City, N. Y.
Tou are hereby notified that a BUI
of Complaint for .Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the pis In tiff's Attorney, STANLEY
M. I'RED. 814 Seybold Holloing, Mi-
ami 32, Florida and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the Clicult Court on or
before the lath day of May, 1953. If
you fall to do so, Mlgiueu* by default
will be taken agrflHat you for the
relief demanded In the Bill of Com-
PIlnt- ,
This notice shall he published once
each week for fotflScnnHjMUve weeks
In THE JEWISH FLOgD'tAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 14th day of April. A-D.
1953. I .
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
By M C GREEN.
(Circuit Court Seall Deputy Clerk
STANLEY M. PRED
Attorney for Plaintiff
814 S.vbold Building, Miami. Florida
4/17-24 8/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the underslcned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
STRATH HAVEN HOTEL, at 411
Ocean Drive. Miami Beach. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florid.. N fc ^p
MYERS. HEIMAN ft KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
(50 Seybold Bldg.
4/17-14 *71-I
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
102 Lindbergh Boulevard
West field. Massachusetts
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you in the
above entitled cause and you are
hereby required to serve a copy of
your Answer to the Bill of Complaint
on the Plaintiff's attorneys, and file
the original In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
25th day of May, A.D. 1953. otherwise
a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered
against you.
This notice shall be published once
eaeb week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDiAN.
Dated: April 17. 1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk uf the Circuit Court
BY WM. W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
PALLOT, SILVER & MULLOY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
Suite 701. Congress Building
Miami, Florida
4/24 5/1-8-15
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 158544
JEAN BELLE 8CHE1NBERG,
Plaintiff,
vs.
EDWAP.D SCHEINBKRG, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: EDWARD SCHE1NBERG
6 Francis Court
Elmont, Long Island, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you, and you
are hereby required to serve a copy
of your Answer to the Bill of Coin-
plaint on Plaintiff's attorney, and file
the original Answer in the Office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or
before the 18th day of May. 1953:
otherwise the allegations of said Bill
will be taken as confessed against
you.
Dated this 14th day of April, 1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By R. H. RICE, JR.
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
By: EUGENE J. WEISS, Efa-Q.
Attorney for IMalntiff
One Lincoln Rond Building
Miami Beach, Horlda
4/17-24 5/1-8
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 i hereby elven that I
haw filed my final report and petition
(or Final Discharge as Executrix ot
the estate of LEoN FREED, deceas-
ed.; and that on the 29th dav ot Ma>.
!;'-':3', ,*'.':1 "I'i'iy to the Honorable
I ULAN Ton, County Judge of
Dade County, Florida, for approval of
said final report and for final dl-
', u'.'l'-' ','?,.!'.:x"''uu'i't or ,he Estate of
LEON FREED, deceased.
This 23rd day of April, IM|
is/ MAE S. FREED.
Executrix of the Sstate of
.____LEON FREED, Deceased.
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Executrix
5/1-8-15-22
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN
CHANCERY, No. 158596.
MOKITK MORDECHAJ
GOLDIIERGER, Plaintiff.
DOROTHY GOLDIIERGER,
Defendant.
TO: DOROTHY GOLDBERGER
8237 S. Evans Avenue
Chicago. Illinois
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has be. n
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Ans-
wer or Pleading to Me Bid of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's Attorney,
FREDERICK N. BARAD, F.'SQ.. 4J0
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of Uie Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or -before the -rMh
day of May. 1953. If-ynu fail to do
so. Judgment'by default "s*lll be-taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the Bill -of ("ompialut. .
DONE AND oRHftRKD at Mh)mi.
Fhwiila, this U,th day of April, A.D.
r-1953. -. |
E. B. LEATHKHWAN.
t'lork. Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
t!v II l!. RICE. JR.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
FREDERICK N PA RAJ). Esq.
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Liiienln-fUl., Miami Beach, Florida
4'17-24 5-1-8
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND>
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 159020
PRINQLB WARD and
CHARITY DARO, his wife, Plaintiffs,
vs.
H. S. GIFFIN and ............ GIFFIN,
Iris wife. If married, and
FHED W. KING, JR., and_____
KING, JR., his wife, if married.
Defendants
NOTICE TO APPEAR
l\ XJ110 NAME OF THE STATE.
OF-FLORIDA
TO: H. 8. GIFFEN, If living, and____
GIF'FIN, his wife, if married and
living: FRED W. KING. JR., and
------- KING, JR., his wife, if mar-
ried and living, -whose residences
are unknown; ALL UNKNOWN
heirs, devisees, grantees, cred-
itors or other parties claiming by,
through, under or against II s.
GIFFIN and FRED W. KING.
JR., not known to be dead or
alive; AND ALSO as to each or
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, sale!
property jylnf and being in Dad.-
County. Florida, and more par-
ticularly described as follows:
Lot 18. In Block 3, of
SYMMES-SH ARM AN TRACT,
according to the Plat thereof,
recorded in Plat Book 9 at
pan 170 of the Public Reo-
--1" I 'ad- ('ounty, Flo, Ida.
TOU AND EACH OF You are here-
by notified that a suit has been filed
in the above named Court, by the
plaintiffs .DOT* named, for the' pur-
poaa of quieting title of the plaintiffs,
in and to the property involved here-
inabovo described.
VOU M'.E HEREBY ORDEREI>
AND REQUIRED to file your Appear-
ancs in l.id suit on or before the 2nd
day of June. 1953, and In default of
such Appearance, a Decree Pro Con-
fesso will lie entered against you and
each of you.
This Order to he published once a
w*eek for four (1) consecutive weeks
In the Jewish Florldlan, a NeVShaper
published in Dade Counfrvl l-tln ida
DONE AND ORDERED.,.** the
Courthorfsc in Dade county .'"Florida.
this 29 day of April. 195,1.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit CourC
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
BEN ESSEN
Attorney for plaintiffs
823 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Fla.
5/1-8-15-22
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORDA.
IN CHANCERY NO. 158860
ISABEL MARGOI.IE.S HILL, Plaintiff,
-vs-
SIMNER GILL, Defendant.
TO: SUMMER GIL
IM \Yarwick Street
Melhuen. Massachusetts
YOU ARE HEREBY required to
serve a copy of \oiir Answer to Plain-
tiff's Bill of Complaint for Divorce on
Plaintiff's attorneys, WEINSTEIN,
WBIN8TEIN a.- WEINSTEIN, 120 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach. Florida, and
to file your original Answer in the
office of the ci.-rk of the above Court
on or before the 1st day of June, 1*51.
otherwise a Decree Pro Confess., will
be entered against you.
DATED .1 Miami, Florida, this 29
day of April, 1953.
E. It. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By M. C. GREEN.
Deputy Clerk
5/1-1-15-M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned-, -desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
UNITED STATES ABSTRACT COM-
PANY, at 701 Congress Building, Mi-
ami, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Countv, Florida.
UNITED STATES TITLE
COMPANY
PALLOT. SILVER A MULLOY
Attorneys for Applicant
701 Congress Bldg.
5/1-S-16-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious mint.- of
SUSTEE SPICES. TEA & FOOD-
PRODUCTS, at 1793 Purdy Avenue.
Miami Beach. Florida, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Cotinty,
Florida.
DOROTHY JUDITH KANTOR,
Sole owner
HERMAN ORAYSON
Attorneys for Dorothy Judith Kantor
j i- a Sustee Spices, Tea &
Food Products
i-s-u-n _______
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
th.- undersigned, desiring to engage ln
business under the fictitious name or
NINO'S RESTAURANT, at 117 N. E.
1st St., Miami, Fla.. intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of tho
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
JOSEPH V. ZARZOUR
STEPHEN "F. KKSSLER
Attorney for Applicant
4 S.W. 22nd Ave.
4/17-14 5/1-8 ____
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DAY, MAY 8. 1953 m *Jm&i MafMtm >* r m Isaac Sltrm Jian Bedetti ihms, Mozart To Close UM Season; in Bedetti, Isaac Stern Guest Soloists p ac Stern and Jean Bedetti will olo performers during the i and last University of Miami jirt of the season on Sunday %  Monday evenings, May 10th pith, at the Miami Beach and County Auditoriums. John will conduct the orchestra I Mozart Brahms program. jammed are Aaron Copi Excerpts from Billy The Kid |two works by Jean Sibelius, Triste and Finlandia. The orchestral compositions are it's Concerto No. 3 in G major IViolin and Orchestra and s' Double Concerto for Viohd 'Cello. Opus No. 102. fee Stern will be heard in the work His last four sumIhave been spent filling the pds from foreign countries he has become known gh his recordings. In 1947, [tern made a record-breaking of Australia. The following er, after making appearances major American festivals, |ing New York's Lewisohn n, Robin Hood Dell, the RavConcerts and the Berkshire Symphonic Festival, he travelled to Europe where he played in nine countries. Each year since 1949, Mr. Stern has concert ized in* Latin America, Europe and Israel. Last November, he began his current tenth United States tour on his return from his fourth European visit during which he played 50 concerts in ten countries. The violinist appeared in the Festivals of Prades and Perpignan with the great Spanish 'cellist, Pablo Casals, during the summers of 1950 and 1951, and last fall he played 17 concerts in Israel, twelve of them in the city of Tel Aviv. Mr. Stern will be joined by Mr. Bedetti in a reading of the Brahms Double Concerto. For 28 years, the 'cellist occupied a first stand with the Boston Symphony Orchestra under the late Dr. Serge Koussevitsky. Since his retirement, he has been active on the University of Miami music faculty and has appeared in numerous concert and chamber performances here, as well as in the north. Hi Shore Chapter To Install ficers; Mrs. Wolf son Is President uesday. May 12th, the North Chapter of B'nai B'rith. will Its installation luncheon in press Hotel, at 12:30 p.m. Bernard Goldberg, chairrill be master of ceremonies, ps. Mildred Suss acting as TO officer. Milton FriedWional director of the B'nai [Youth Organization, will ps. Rena Eggnatz is schedI guest speaker. |Daniel J. Wolfson will be as president. The MesVWollowick, Melvin Rich| George BaHuch are vice Ms. Is include the Mesdames lEdelmuth, treasurer; Leon financial secretary; Charles Assistant financial secrefa Leveson, corresponding V. Phillip F. Kenner, as I corresponding secretary; P Medoff, recording secreT"Tay Mattes, social secre Mrs. Daniel t. Wolf son The Mesdames George S. Levenson, counselor; Jules Werner, historian; Karl Greenberg, parliamentarian; Murray Herlands, sentinel; Louis Ellis, guardian; and Stanley Phillips, Mark Silverstein and Jack R. Wien, trustees. you've a date with MIQV.IL! .** for City Council—Juno 2 PULL LUCKY LEVER 13 __i_J*oUUo^^^ Scholarship In Honor Of Dr. David de Sola Pool NEW YORK A $300 schrfarsnip, m recognition of the 300th anniversary of Congregation Shearith Israel, New York's Spanish-Portuguese Synagogue, has been established at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in honor of the %  spiritual leader of the Synagogue, Dr. David de Sola Pool, and Mrs. Pool by an anonymous Cincinnati donor, it was announced by Dr. George S. Wise, president of the American Friends of the Hebrew University. The scholarship is open to students in every field of specialization at the University. The University offers courses in agriculture, teacher training, science, law, medicine, humanities and social sciences. NEW YORK—The 30th anniversary of the Commissite on Jewish Education, leading publishers of religious textbooks, was observed at the 42nd General Assembly of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, the Commission's parent body, in New York on April 19th through 23rd. Dr. Thomas H. McGavack, Professor of Clinical Medicine at the New York Medical College and president of the New York Diabetes Association, will be among the eight physicians of national prominence serving on the faculty of Mount Sinai Hospital's Third Annual Medical Sem. inar to convene at the Delano Hotel May 21st through 23rd. He is the author of a book on the thyroid and over 300 articles on endocrine and metabolic diseases. There is no • "overnight cure" for constipation! But there is a natural way to free yourself from harsh purges forever By and large, constipation is not a "ready-made" condition that strikes without warning. It is a propessiee ailment. AND THE PROGRESS OF CONST I FAT ION, FROM OCCASIONAL TO COMMON TO CHRONIC. IS HASTENED TO A W1DEL Y UNREALIZED EXTENT BY THE WAY THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM IS ABUSED YEAR AFTER YEAR WITH STRONC PURGATIVE "COMPOUNDS — TOO HARSH IN IMMEDIATE EFFECT TO HAVE A SOUND CORRECTIVE RESULT. ~ Continual overdosing inflicts upon :he whole digestive system an unnatjral punishment which leaves behind i trail of digestive havoc. An upset itomach, a small intestine containing little nourishment to feed the body, and a colon which often needs another purgative dose—and another— to prod it into renewed muscular action. It's no wonder sooner or later the vicious "laxative habit" takes hotfl. Before (he victims realize it, their condition has progressed so far that even daily laxative or purgative dosing can no longer bring satisfactory, comfortable relief. OF COURSE, THIS NEED NEVER HAPPTN. IF YOIT'RR cdksriFATED BECAUSE OF LACK OF BULK IN YOUR DIET —AS IS USUALLY THE CASE—THERE IS A WAY TO AVOTD DRUG-TYPE CAITA^ TIVES ALTOGETHER, AND PLACE \oi)m"BAiN 6EHNDENCI~OH NATURE. Whole-wheat bran, you know, is nature's "laxative food instead of a medicine." When properly processed and shredded, it yields smooth bulk that does naturally what drug-type laxatives do chemically. YOU GET THE COMPLETE, WHOLE BRAN WITH NOTHING TAKEN AWAY TO LESSEN ITS EFFECTIVENESS IN KELLOCC'S ALL. BRAN -THE NATURAL LAXATIVE CEREAL. ~~^~~~" ~~~~~ Kellogg's All-Bran is shredded to fine, soft consistency, thus it supplies bulk which neither scratches, irritates nor inflames the normal colon. It helps—as nature intended—to supply the proper consistency for unforced, normal elimination. THERE IS NO CHURNING. NO STOMACH UPSET. NO AFTER-EFFECT, EXCEPT THE FEELING OF SATISFACTION AND FULFILLMENT WHICH COMES WITH NORMAL. NATURAL ELIMINATION. KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN IS SAFE FOR THE NORMAL DIGESTIVE TRACT. YOU DO NOT COURT THE DISASTER OF PROGRESSIVE CONSTIPATIO N WHEN YOl) EAT ONE OUNCE OF KELLOGG-S ALL-BRAN DAILY, AND DRINK PLENTY OF WATER. ~~~~ — But. remember, Kellogg's All-Bran I is not a "drug-type" laxative but a delicious, ready-to-eat NATURAL laxative cereal. No "part-bran" cereal—in the amounts you usually eat for breakfast—can give you the benefits of All-Bran. No exaggerated or unsupported claims are made for the laxative qualities of Kellogg's All-Bran. The name Kellogg's on the package, a symbol of health throughout the civilized world, speaks for itself. Of course, Kellogg's All-Bran is no "overnight cure" for constipation. There is no such thing. All-Bran must be eaten regularly to obtain the natural and lasting relief you are looking for. Eat Kellogg's All-Bran every morning for 10 days. If you're not completely satisfied, mail the empty carton to the Kellogg Company, Battle Creek, Michigan—and get double your money back. %  PAGE 7 A Beaeh Should Attract Nation, Halhm.in Says One of the points in the eightpoint platform announced by Darby Rathman, candidate for the Miami Beach city council, deals with the widening of the city's resort status. Rathman this week claimed that the publicity, advertising and promotion of the Beach have been concentrated in a few northern cities instead of making them nationwide. "The result, he said, is that we depend entirely on a few large cities, such as New York and Philadelphia, and have not tapped the immense tourist business of other states." Rathman advocated the Beach as the resort center of the entire nation instead of the playground of a few cities. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tli.' undersigned, desiring: to engage In business under the fictitious name of MALAYAN LOUNGE, at 1810 North Bay Causeway. North Bay Village, Horida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SAVOY ENTERPRISES. INC.. By: Andrew TJelios, President. GEORGE CHERTKOF Attorney for Savoy Enterprises, Inc. 6U7-11 Olympla Hldg., .Miami, FU.. 5/S-13-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage III business under the fictitious name of GENERAL, WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS, at 2"V,-2lalnt for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this the 6th day of May. 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. (Clacult Court Seal) By: WM. W. STOCKING Deputy Clerk Name and Address of Plaintiff's Solicitor: MILTON A. FRIEDMAN 1023 Seybold Bldg. 5/8-15-22-29 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 159242 MARY THERESA ZURZOLO, Plaintiff vs. JOHN ZURZOLO. Defendant. TO: JOHN ZURZOLO. 1516 80th Street, Brooklyn, New York You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint tor Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney, anil to file the original answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the Ith day ot June, AD. 1953: otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore tiled herein, will be taken as eonfeeaed by yo I Mi, i at Miami. Florida, this the i.th day of May, 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By: WM W. STOCKING Deputy Clerk Name and Address of Plaintiff's Solicitor: 1 h



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*AGESB GMJCC Weeks Activity The Ada* Social Group of the Greater Miami Jewish Ceamnaasty Center will hold the seam's first patio part? daacc at the Town 450 SW 10th A un t, oa May tk. 30 pm. Tab will maacwrair a series of iotas or patio dances to be saoasared by tke Ada* Soaal Group oa %  Bmnatiac Safdaj m am rj arcordm* to Miss Mara>ae Lane. BkajBBjaa f the oa Monday May 11th. at the Caster's head153C Bay lead. The Work! Prepared Far Peace* The speakers are fi e fa saw FVyd -i*ht P T o f csj or of Law at the Varversty of Miami, aad Moses MescheJafL of Beth Jacob C presides* of the Bnbhsntcai Socsety of Greater Mil— Barry Perkeil .-.i -i %  :zi :'. the Towm Braach Narsery v-.-PTAi haM en Tansfay 12th • p.m-at the Towa I-.V-Gftaaeal H amwan ;rade teacher of the E>aecury SchooL will discuss the topicThe Narsery School -• r ..-serj schaet wB foDew The Teee Afe 0 %  -:.%  Center. Towa Branch, will hold its aaaoal social oa Tuesday Ma? it S pat The sooaL which x the Ceater Capades Of H63. -svelte all teea New officers Graaada Jewish ter were installed by the Colooy Cea******** lor Isadore Barak, '•' secretary nea wMMtfaj. %  %  BUS intiy. Lax has been aa o—f s Group; yy^** l Crater affairs, rhajrawai of the Relbjhm' Leo QaaaMttat pwet held aa. April %  raaaj active baewax chaired the Drama Group *** aad Based Donor aad Forum caav **** Shaw. Jo^pj, W J? I suttees. Be has participated oa •* Moore. Ben ci7^ I the Board of Rehdoas Edacataoa Bdehaaa. Mrs Sjrna Fr L7 I aad Ada* Activities Committee Tauter S I'iaer stinT aad is a saraihcr of the Eaecative Kmchaer Mrs Sidney Stilt. Board. I*** *" %  *" %  Water*' Edward Peyser, rice p r esident *rs. Micke> Grttleasn.Js* bas beea a nsesaher of the Eater*? %  HoUani*r |] z^ tamment Stage, ahnknar. ?<• %  •* %  "* ^P^ Lint CamiTal Coauaittees if"" ""^i ire Sia,,*) Hy Ciiinaaaa has been re-elected •w* % %  d I habeaahnh • term. His, Aa awaaancetaeat by with the BeMaster. B:r.: ad Bodfrt Cnmmil this week said that the bai tees. He is aba aa Executive far *• %  *> b*i been aaj Board % %  M saber **** %  ** aidfciona] Uad B financial seePurchased adjacent to the •-}-L=o l;r.rs-r._=. z soer.-r urii tie JTx "OC.= ;.^r—.-r.rre d_r.-; € ?—z-;_r:r ;:.. ;: ELr^er re s I-r-.-_s*..cr-A: Lew NLss lc=^s=g else stcrrec :r the Brocdwxry eraser."; ooo oppoace Oao Kroger. Clara Langsner Of Broadway Fame Lives In Home Bought SO Years Ago The Chjn hoane sn which she TTth Street was the fimom stare actress that where D ... ^ i T ^ o-.-_, attracted by the Pro^essm Draner was rewarded whee she w BabOl matar Ctah in 1*1. rrrea the female lend of Mrs. La-. Her first acbmc u ppi rf ni ty nae m We Life Of Bui in Be has also wTKtea The Beaith Aad Happier others ra the cast tpwrtiaBMn N Set^-r' am a Mm rose on the Yiddish staae of the staee erer Bndahjb Ik b ihm i a a t Theater mer Rices play. From there, n was but a short Law. opposite Otto bop to Broadway Zri Shoo h r a later went to noted Yiddish and Bth i f star i took her to a rehea r sa l of We art apt anna A m e r i cans Edward G B oom in n m tke lead. had been coetracted for tke male { Oniy last year Miss lead aad was subsequently rewas scheduled to appear m a placed by Moni W i Lustr e aa d i Bro ad aa; proaaetiea opaasme John Garfieid who swbsewoeotiT died of a heart attack. Now. at C5. Enesetk Israel C xzz:uz^i -JLI; Rab. 1 --. akntaWJ M CasaeL spcntual leader. wiU he oa the back m kss pelpct for tke m ElHobdays. May 20tk and 21st Atki Cassei has beea away oa aa exmd t en d ed trip to Israel since March.!jy. Listen To SCHACHTEB'S Yiddish Proya4 wnma, 11 k f | n mt fMmllai Crwsni— md am4 i f>ii;>iM % %  m Car* M t €—*y -i 'Caroi ttm, % %  as-M^ur H mn i s>-> <• OKiil D


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C) A Trades Division Chalks Up $586,000 Record; Final Campaign Effort Is Urged Chalking up a record $586,000 in the Trades Division, Chairman Sam Heiman announced last week that several trades units had al ready exceeded last year's collections in behalf of the Combined Jew i.-h Appeal. Leading more than 40 industries, professions and trades in the current campaign is the Printing and Stationery Unit, headed by Paul Barnett. Sid Goldston and Lee Simkins. This group has achieved 109.7 percent of its quota and expects to set an all-time campaign record for individual trades units before the completion of the drive. The Restaurants and Equipment Unit, headed by Joe Mecklow. has exceeded its quota of $17,000 and is running the Printing and Stationery Unit a close second for total collections in the campaign. The Real Estate Division, headed) by George J. Bertman. also reports | 93.6 percent of its quota attained j and pledges continue to come in during the closing days of the campaign. Real Estate Unit has a quota in the current campaign of $55,000. Joseph Post and Sidney Wasserman. heading the Accountants Un. it. report that nearly 94 percent J Kane In ,"H"" t0 hls 11 pl *. _, c, 0 ^ %  .:_ i f or a concentrated drive in all divisions, new gifts are being reby Nat Winokur and assisted by a committee of Gables business men behind Sid Richman. Bernie B la nek. Morris Schlacter. Jack Coleman. Cy Kemac and Al Swiren. Goal In Reach As of last reports, the 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal was only $232,000 short of its goal according to Campaign Chairman Howard Kane. A total of $1,166,000 has -been raised to date by more than 1.000 volunteer workers who have combed the Greater Miami area in an accelerated push to reach the campaign goal. This figure constitutes slightly over 100 5 percent of last year's campaign collections. Steady progress in the final weeks of the Combined Jewish Appeal campaign is being reported by all division chairmen according of its quofa of $18,000 has now been attained. Another top unit I which has nearly completed its as-; P 0 ". !" ?*.">'• D — „,"j„„ T-.J.. ;tk. Tne Winter Residents Division signment of pledge csrds is the .. \ !" „.„„.c r !" .,r. „;th oo ~,r reports it has exceeded last years Amusements Group with 926 per, ... .. cent of its goal already fulfilled. **?, w,,h collections amounting The Unit is headed by Sam Leven*J" P**nt over ^52 pledges. The \\ omen s Division has now exOver 91 percent of the Produce cee d f d las / *" r Q s collections with a total of 108.9 percent. Apartment House and Motels, headed pledges if n S eymo r R u n ; haS / ^ ed will easilv make up the difference J* Percent and Hotels and Trades quota of Sin.000 is now collected according to Unit Chairman Carl Meehlow Given (OIIIIM (-Dilation Joe Mechlow, veteran campaigner in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal and current chairman of the Restaurants and Equipment Unit, this week received high commendation from Trades Division Chairman Sam J. Heiman and Campaign Chairman Howard Kane. Operating as a "one man" committee. Mechlow has devoted full time to the task of contacting prospects in the Restaurants and Equipment Unit which contains over 200 potential contributors. He has been personally responsible for the coverage of more than 100 cards. Last week, Mechlow reported to Heiman that his unit had exceeded its 1953 quota of $17,000. He has also accepted assignments for card coverage in the following miscellaneous units of the Trades Division: The Lincoln Road Retail Stores Group. Clothing Unit, Attorneys Division, Building Trades, Insurance and Furniture. Mechlow's total collections to date in the campaign exceed $32. 000. and he announced this week that he will extend his activities far beyond the close of the campaign if necessary in order to guarantee complete coverage of all cards assigned to him. up according to the chairman. Moil unique accomplishment in the Trades Division was 100 percent coverage of all asMgnt-d cards in the Coral Gables lien's Unit, headed Pop Concert Reservations Reservations are now being made for the series of Miami Beach Pop Concerts by the Uniof Miami Summer Symphony Orchestra. John Bitter, musical director, at the -> mphony office 87-4960. and the downtown office. 228 SE 1st Street. 3 2317 350 Lincoln Road Mezzanine — Phone S-S419 Entrance on Washington AT*. OCULISTS Proscriptions Filled Lenses and Frames Duplicated Large Selection in Latest Styles follow closely with 98 percent of last year's unit figures. The Metropolitan Division, with four to six weeks left in its intensive drive, is at the halfway point towards a quota of $75,000. Division Chairman Harry Zukernick la.-t week urged residents here to j make their contributions as quickly as possible, inasmuch as campaign volunteers may not have cov-1 ered each geographic area of the county. At a workers' rally held Monday ia the Town Branch of the Greater [ Miami Jewish Community Center,i an audience of more than 120 per-, sons saw the George Jessel film,. Adventure In Israel, and heard an! address by Rabbi Morris Skop and J M. J. Kopelowitz. Miami chairman. Irving Sail, chairman of the i southwest area, urged all workers to complete their cards before Fri-! day. May 15th, in order to present a final report to Kane at the Feder-, ation Annual Meeting on Sunday, I May 17th Campaign workers were advised early this week of a new $25,000.000 cash campaign being initiated by the United Jewish Appeal to offset the damage resulting from' poor crops in Israel and to aid refugees in Ea>tern Europe In addition, the emergency cash is to be used to establish 30 new agricultural settlements to'accelerate the absorption of newcomers in Israel. MADE F R E S H DAILY Tempting... This rich-tn-nutrrtion food is a wonderful way fo add variory and tart. appeal to your mcak r *^4 *^2*SS& t ^ oV*o evoi/oo/. Ia tali r>ee ify/a Sunni^ BhooL QhQnnWu^ 21 $0 N.W. 13rh Av VU.< INC 9-0401 MAD E FRESH DAILY Dr. Lee Frederick Goldberg has returned to Miami Beach where he will make his permanent home after being released from active service with the Army Dental Corps for the past two years. He is now resuming bis practice in his former office, suite 306 at 605 Lincoln Road. 0RKIN PEST CONTROL RATS • ROACHtS • MICE • FLIES World". largest Post Control CO. "MEMBER OF t'NAI B'RITH" Call 2-1776 SPENR rout summit VACATION III THl ILUl RIOCE AtOVNTAINS OSCEOLA. LAKE i\\ ON LAKE OSCEOLA HENOERSONVILLE. N. C. JOE RUBIN Owner-Manager Season June 1st t. Oct. 1st • SWIMMING POOL • £k L SPORT INCLUDINO BOATINO AND FISHING • AMERICAN PLAN ONLY • FINEST JEWISH-AMERICAN CUISINE • i L .JP M8 Wl !" BATH OR SHOWER W I / Joe Mechlow (right), chairman of the Combined Jewish Restaurants and Equipment Unit, turns in pledge cardT cash to exceed the quota set for his unit in the curren! ( paign. The record-breaking achievement is lauded by Tn Chairman Sam J. Heiman at a recent workers' meetin North Dad. Social Evening The Sisterhood of North Dade Jewish Center. 13630 West Dixie Highway, will have a social evening on Tuesday, May 11th. 8 p.m. Coo/, Summer Wen-derlon*! ml O. K.thn s IlolH Ste. 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Fla. P. O. Box 507. Hollywood PREMIUM KOSHERI WINE Yew ant sip of thu fu!!fcodied, deep -colortd. I ricb-arotnad vintac* wM I convince you that heft it 1 the sweat Keehrf Wmt ever bauli il. worthy to hoar the honored name of STRUT Mad* in upstate New York, when >l HI. Tea Saeta't 0ufsfonn.no; Jtwitk Ce-e far toys aae" ttrli CAMP CARLYLE HENDERSONVULE. N.C. In the heart of vacationland, WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA DIRECTOR — WINTON L. MOELLER Principal. Woodward High School, Cincinnati. Ohio Educational, aocial and recreational activitieo — supervised by VI leader*. Horseback riding, water sports, golf instruction. cabins. Doctor and nurse on (.remises. OWNER: Mr. Jeea AraoM, ISO Meridian Ae., nttoati Booch-tt5M-| Local Representatives and Member* of Camp Staff: J aart. A. A. Hayeka-Ph. 4-S4fO Mrs. Manor 6rMmm-H OR BLUE MOUNTAIN CAMPS BOYS • • • GIRLS Root Srrwwahbsjrw. 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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY VOLUME 27—Number 19 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MAY 8. 1953 PRICE: TEN CENTS [mergency Bill Calls For New Quota lavitz Legislation Aims |At Implementation Of iisenhower's Request WASHINGTON (JTA) — RepreIsentative Jacob K. Javitz, introduc|ed an emergency immigration bill lin Congress this week to imple[ment President Eisenhower's reI quest for legislation to admit 240,|000 aliens in excess of quotas in %  the next two years. The Javits bill is similar to a bill introduced, however, last week in the Senate by three Republican (senators but makes additional provisions specifying that selection of immigrants shall be without dis| crimination on grounds of race, re| ligion or national origin. Congressional leaders gave a bold reception last week to President Eisenhower's request for legislation to correct injustices in' the McCarran Walter Immigration Act, and it appeared that there was no chance of securing any revision during this session of Congress. Senator Arthur V. Watkins, chairman of the Immigration Subcommittee which received the President's plea for consideration of liberalizing immigration changes, said he has no present plans to schedule hearings. "It is too early to start writing amendments to a law that has only been in operation two or three months," he asserted. Representative Francis E. Walter, coauthor of the controversial law. joined with Senator Watkins, in sharply disagreeing with Mr. Eisenhower on certain aspects of specific objections against the Act. Representative Walter said the President had "joined the army ot critics who have failed to read the Act they criticize." The American Legion's Executive Committee announced that it Continued on Pat* 5 A Arab Infiltration Forces Israel To Set Up Frontier Guard Patrol Stations Tercentenary Fund Raisers: Three prominent American Jewish leaders spearhead a drive to raise funds for the observance in 1954 of the 300th anniversary of Jewish settlement in the United States which is now being organized by the American Jewish Tercentenary Committee. They are (left to right) Joseph Willen, executive vice president of the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of New York; Henry L. Moses, of New York, treasurer of the American Jewish Tercentenary Committee; and Albert M. Greenfield, of Philadelphia, chairman of the Tercentenary Finance Committee. The observance will begin in September 1954 and continue through May 1955. Report Russian Purge Of Jews On In Poland LONDON (JTA) — Details of a purge of JeWs now being conducted in Poland by a special department of the secret police were reported here this week from Stockholm by Reuter's British news agency. The report said that direct information from Warsaw gave the official title of the new anti-Jewish department as: "Speci al Bureau for Registering the Polish Populatio.1 of Jewish Origin." It already is busily at work listing the names, addresses, occupation and personal history of all Jews in the country in the labor camps, the report stated. Isolated Bialystok, the report explains, was chosen as the center for the "ghettos" because it is on Mew Units Will Take Over Army Police Duty JERUSALEM (JTA) — Acting under the pressure of continuous Arab infiltration into Israel territory, the cabinet has decided to organize a special unit within the Israel police set-up to be known as The Frontier Guards, it was revealed this week. The new unit, organization of which is almost complete, will take over responsibility for protection of Israel's borders from Army and police units which have until now been diverted to this task from other duties. The Frontier Guards will be organized on the same basis as the Army but will have only police duties. The government is proceeding at top speed with acquisition of equipment needed by the new frontier unit. At the same time, discussions are under way with villages, municipalities and settlements in the boVder regions to work out details of the guards' operations. Earlier in the week, Premier David Ben-Gurion told the Parliamentary Security and Foreign Affairs Committee that Israel will All those with western connections | the eastern side of Poland, and any aFe to be interned in special labor | j e w escaping would have to cross AlPERT NAMED H0N0RA1Y CHAIRMAN OP EINSTEIN MEDKAl COLLEGE DRIVE George Alpert, president of the Board of Trustees of Brandeis University, has been lamed an honorary campaign chairman of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine oi Yeshiva University. Alpeit eh Miami this week following top level discussions with local leaders in the medical chool campakm. camps now being built in the Bia lystok district. In charge of the department and its camps is a Rus! sian secret police officer, Colonel Morozcy, who has a number of other Russian officers as assistants, the report asserted. Acting on orders from Moscow, Colonel Morozcy is making his purge slowly. He has transferred a number of Jewish Polish Army officers from the coastal and western frontier districts to Balystok and billeted them in one of the labor camps. They were not allowed to take their families with them and are living in semi-captivity. Officially, they are entrusted with superintending the building of other labor camps although they have not been told that the internees earmarked for these camps are Jews. Internees will first be "transferred" to the Bialystok "ghettos" and assigned to some fictitious job there before being fully interned ^ $ %  200 Jewish Officers Reported Executed NEW YORK (JTA) — About 200 Jewish officers and soldiers of the Red Army were executed by the Soviet authorities in a slave labor camo known as Amur 3, in Siberia. not far from Biro-Bidjan, it was reported here. The mass executions took place on March 5th, the day that Stalin died, and the following day the whole of Poland to reach the West. Economic Measures Meanwhile, the number of Jews arriving in West Berlin from the Soviet Zone of Germany and from East Berlin this week is greater than it has been for the past months. The increase is attributed not to discriminatory anti-Semitism, which has not been conspicuous since the death of Stalin, but to the harsh economic measures recently imposed by the Communist regime. Non-Governmental Agencies Spurned By UN Commission GENEVA (JTA) — The United Nations Commission on Human Rights, which is currently meeting here, has turned down a request by the non-governmental organizations accredited to the UN that hey be permitted the right to submit petitions on matters pertaining to human rights and fundamental freedoms. The non-governmental groups, including a number of world Jewish organizations, have urged the right of petition as a protection for the people of the world, asserting that such types of organizations might bring to international attention human rights violations by governments. The UN Commission also rejected the right of petition for indi\J. I eu IMC %  "* — s Declaring that the information vidua i s sponsored by organizations. .... • %  ii,.. ~. %  _. ;,..,i ,n i.vt >tl T tint came from "reliable sources," the report emphasized that for obvious reasons it was not in a position to reveal the sources, except to state that the report came from well-informed and trustworthy persons." Finally, the commission oted that it could not itself act on human rights matters on its own initiative. This matter will be referred to the UN Economic and Social Council, the commission's parent body, for action. US Court Says Union Can Get Restitution NUREMBURG (JTA) — The US Court of Restitution Appeals, supreme tribunal in restitution matters affecting the American zone, has decided that contemporary trade unions are entitled to the return of property which was confiscated from pre-Hitler unions by the Nazi German Labor Front or acquired by individual Nazi favorites by the use of pressure. The decision, announced by Presiding Judge Fred J. Cohn, of South Carolina, has no direct bearing on Jewish claims. It will, however, serve to assure union support for the Allvd restitution legislation now 0B the books, which is under unremitting attack from interested German quarters. The success of these attacks may be gauged from a disturbing Bundestag vote which has been generally overlooked although it is deemed particularly significant in view of its timing. Ten minutes after ratifying the Israel reparations agreement on March 18th, when observers and newspapermen had already left the legislative chamber, the West German Parliament called upon the Federal Government to submit by the end of April a draft law "to deal with the obvious hardships occasioned through the handling of restitution by the occupation powers." This motion, with the aid of which Its sponsors would like to re-open restitution cases that have already been settled by the return of property to its rightful Jewish owners, was adopted by a substantial majority. There were no "nay" votes. take necessary measures to repel planned infiltration of her territory by marauding bands of Arabs. Reporting on the security situation, the premier charged that organized bands from the neighboring Arab countries infiltrate Israel, according to plan, to rob and murder. The Premier also dealt with foreign affairs. Among other matters, the committee considered forthcoming changes in the United Nations truce supervision machinery resulting from the resignation of its chief, General William E. Riley. Mr. Ben-Gurion and General Riley conferred during the week on the situation along Israel's entire frontier. General Riley. who has served with the UN in Palestine since 1948, when he came as military aide of UN mediator Dr. Ralph Bunche, is scheduled to surrender his post May 15th. New Jordan Movements An Israel military spokesman* announced that Jordan troops have been taking up new positions at the Augusta Victoria Hospice above the Hebrew University on Mount Scopus in clear violation of the Israel-Jordan armistice agreement. Israeli authorities immediately protested to the Mixed Armistice Commission against the Arab Legion movement in the demilitarized zone. Israeli spokesmen also disclosed that Bedouin infiltrees from Egyptian territory bad invaded Israel territory mined a bridge near Beersheba and attacked motor traffic in the area of the bridge. Only minor damage was caused to the span. The Arabs withdrew when an Israeli patrol engaged them. The Israelis suffered no casualties. The Israelis have complained of the attack to the IsraelEgyptian Mixed Armistice Commission. Meanwhile, the Jordan-Israel Mixed Armistice Commission held an "informal" meeting and decided to hold a joint investigation of the recent two-hour exchange of rifle fire between Israeli and Arab Legion troops in Jerusalem, in an attempt to assess responsibility. The Jordan representatives on the commission, however, withheld formal approval of the inquiry pending consultation with the Jordan Government. Egypt May Discuss Peace With Israel WASHINGTON (JTA) — Dr. Ahmed Hussein, new Egyption Ambassador to Washington, said at a press conference here that following a settlement with the British on the Suez Canal question, Egypt will "hear any fair proposals" to meet with Israel "without any parI ty dictating conditions" and with the parties respecting United Nations decisions. 1 The Ambassador indicated that ,"it would be difficult" for Israel and Egypt to join the same defense pact. However, he said that there was nothing to prevent the strengthening of an all-Arab pact or to prevent the West from having a separate agreement with Israel. He declared that "Egypt has no ambitions of aggression but only wishes sovereignty of its own."



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STY, MAY 8.1953 *Je*isii TkrHitr PAGE 3 B )lem Lodge C om mi tte e A p p o i ntments jade Here; Pick Convention Delegates lumber-; of Sholem Lodge, B'nai T" th nir t on Tuesday at the home gurnard Lieberman, 320 SW Road, to choose delegates to Bnai Brith District Conveni scheduled for North Carolina. Minouncement of committee apbtmenls for 1953 were made Iring the meeting. The follow%  were named: publicity and Special Events, Al[ Kessler and Richard Fink; ADL, Uett Roth. Sanford Swerdlin Richard Fink; Aid to Israel, Friedman, Irving Saal and nar d Liberman; Arbitration, Friedman;. Americanism Civic Affairs, Sanford Swerdfand Marvin Rauzin; Blood Bank, Morris Kleiman and Isidor B'nai B'rith Youth, Theodore kowitz. Martin Stein, Gilbert bwarU and Ellis Rubin; B'nai ith Council. Joseph Rayvis and rbert Blume; Budget, Alan Kesr, Edward Klein, Marvin Rauzin I Bernard Newmark; Boy Scouts, hn Kronenfeld and Morris BerBulletin, Edward Newman j Alex Cohen; Debate, Alan Kesnd Marvin Rauzin; Fund RaisMarvin Rauzin, Joseph Rayvis, Jerome Weinkle and Henry Weiner; Hillel, Nathan Adelman and Gilbert Schwartz. Membership and Retention, Harold Berney, Louis Gordon, Edward Klein and Bernard Newmark; Program, Richard Fink, Sidney Aronovitz, Jerry Weinkle, Mike Isenberg and Alan Kessler; Sick Committee, Alex Cohen, Bernard Lieberman, Sam Friedman and Bernard Newmark; Veterans Affairs, Mike Isenberg and Dave Lemelman; and Sports Committee, Alan Cohen, Alan Kessler, Jack Miller and Gil Schwartz. lAst Chairmen At Floater-Granada Newly appointed chairmen were announced this week by Irving Lax, president of Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center. They include: adult activities, Phil Seligman; athletics, Ralph Lang, blood donor and bond, Joseph Masters; building, Robert Tauber; budget and finance, Sidney Stiller; by-laws, Sam Kirschner; entertainment, Buddy Logue. Forum, Sylvia Masters; goldenage, Ben Jonas; good and welfare, Mrs. Ben Jonas; historian, Mrs. Sidney Stiller; house, Phillip Schiff; kitchen, Dinah Shapiro, Evelyn Clein and Jennie Mae Clein; membership, Mickey Gittleson; planning, Charles Adelman. Promotional display, Ralph Lang and Leon Bernard; Board of Religious Education, Al Dormer; teen age, Sylvia Freed; nursery, Rabbi Shapiro Named Spiritual Leader Of Hollywood Jewish Community Center Dr. Clement Geronemus, president of the Hollywood Jewish Community Center, this week announced that Rabbi David Shapiro has been named spiritual leader of the Center. Rabbi Shapiro was ordained in 1936. He is also a member of the Scaroon Manor Slates Opening May 22nd Scaroon Manor, on Scaroon Lake, New York, one of the Adirondack Mountains' summer resorts, opens Gertrude Da "; home camp, Amy liens Are Asked To ill National Council %  With the enforcement of Public Iw 414, the new Immigration and ktionality act, the Miami Section, itional Council of Jewish Women, ve had in increasing number oU quests for assistance with appliIbons to file petitions for citizenUiens living in this area who an to become United States citiBs and need assistance, should 11 the office of National Council an appointment, a directive week said. for its 28th season on May 22nd, and managing director Joseph Frieber has mapped out plans that he claims will make the 1953 summer the most outstanding in Scaroon Manor's history. Known as Honeymoon Haven because of its special catering to newlywed couples, Scaroon Manor has scheduled a complete program of daily integrated activities all through May and June for honey mooners, including weekly tennis tournaments with worthwhile prizes to all winners, according to Frieber. The golf course has been highlighted by the addition of a new driving and putting range, and Scaroon Manor guests are entitled to free golfing until June 21st. Athletic facilities also include land and water sports scheduled daily. For horseback riding fans, there is a bridle path running 2' : miles along the lake front and 2 miles through the forests. Dansky; newspaper, Sam Kirschner; drama. Jack Shaw; and publicity, Janet Blau. Hillel Council Plans Installation Dinner The installation dinner for the Hillel Advisory Council will be held on Saturday evening, May 23rd, 6:30 p.m., at the Empress Hotel. Sydney Aronowitz is newly elected president. George Talianoff will act as master of ceremonies, with Harold Turks, installing officer. Mrs. Ida Optner is chairman. In charge of reservations are Mrs. Jack VVein and Mrs. Sidney Suss. \ *5<. : *5 *£f 1 m sin Governor to serve on the Governors' War Fund Chest during World War II. In addition, he was state chairman of the UJA and organized commiuees throughout Wisconsin. Rabbi bnapiro was also the executive director of the American Jewish Congress in Chicago and the midwest between 1946-49. He is married and the father of two children, Judy, 18, who is graduating from Miami Beach High School in June, and Herman, 13. Last year, Judy was awarded a scholarship by the South Florida Zionist Council and was sent to Israel for two months. In September, she will commence her studies at Brandeis University on a scholarship. Coleman Heads Civic League Leonard Coleman has been named president of the Miami Beach Civic League. Other officers are Irving Cypen, 1st vice president; J. J. Perlmutter, 2nd vice president; Harry B. Smith; secretary; and Teddy Goldstein, treasurer. Rabbi David Shapiro New York State Bar. He served the Jewish community of Green Bay, Wisconsin, as spiritual leader for six years. He was appointed by the WisconEdna Best To Appear In Brandeis Festival Play WALTHAM, MASS.—Edna Best, distinguished stage and screen actress, will appear in the world premiere of Louis Kronenberger's comedy, The International Set, at Brandeis University Festival of the Creative Arts, it was announced here by Leonard Bernstein, director of the Festival. The five-year-eld school will hold its second annual Festival from June 10th through 14th, on its 190acre campus near metropolitan Boston. The entire Festival will be devoted to the comic spirit and will investigate the expression of this theme in ballet, opera, art, theatre, film and poetry, Bernstein said. 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PAGE 5 9 nesset Views Possibility Of Waiving Rent Controls f By ALEPH SHERMAN f"* agency, im-.) L, A \[v — The announce4 of government plans to |e renl controls on new build1 made bv Israel Minister of |e and Industry Pcretz BernE on the eve of his departure [he imied States, is generally fyed to herald a considerable Ige in the government attitude Irds real estate and housing. I ,iy help break the dcadrbetweon the government and Lfty owners which has so far up the final drafting of new Ling legislation and of the comErj loan on property. t problem in a nutshell is one %  he relationship between the Lre state and private enterTs. The stage was set in 1940, the Mandatory Government rent.and made it virtually tssible for a landlord to.-get the tenant at the end of „se. Since that time, the pricJ most other commodities have Cased at least ten fold, and the ind for housing has increased [g to the influx of new immi|ts, but rents have remained at • pre war level. I a result, tenancies can be for "key money" of several nd pounds a dwelling, and narket value of occupied propfis only a third or a quarter ke unoccupied value. If a buyi to obtain a dwelling or (less premises with vacant posbn. the tenant can gain two ..; times as much as the landIreceives with the added bene|hat. unlike the landlord, he not have to pay a tax on it. I has kept the market value of I estate down to a fraction of replacement cost. here it not enough capital in [country — either in govern. or private hands — to cover lent housing needs (over 20 lent of housing costs must be [in foreign currency). Foreign pi finds housing an unattrac[ field for investment because ; present housing laws. Buildin ity has, therefore, fallen |or lack of capital. New buildundertaken in 1952 fell by ercent from 1951, according most recent government stap, causing considerable unemler.i in the building trades. was decided to amend the fing laws in 1950, but it was late in 1951 that a govcommittee was appointed. Since that time a break-up of the coalition, changes in the personnel of the committee and the reconstruction of the coalition prevented any action being taken, while the situation continued to deteriorate, and the real market value of real estate fell. Now, however, new urgency has been given to the government's approach to this problem, both by the need to bring in fresh capital to offset growing unemployment and as a preliminary to instituting a special property tax or "compulsory loan". This tax was projected nearly a year ago when the Government instituted a special 10 percent compulsory loan on all currencyholding and bank balapces. A similar compulsory loan on all property was foreshadowed at the time, and in the first draft bill presented to the Knesset Finance Committee it was proposed that property owners could choose between paying the loan or a special tax amounting to about 50 percent of the loan obligation. During the committee's consideration of the bill, several shortcomings were discovered, and their remedy has caused structural changes in the bill. For instance, property owners have pointed out that valuation of shops and housing as proposed by the bill is several times their market value and several times the value reached by calculating the rent as interest on a principal. As things stand, the tax would be equal to several years' gross rent, so property owners have claimed — with the support of General Zionist members of the government — the rights to raise rent in order that they may find the money to pay this new tax. Otherwise, they claim, many property owners will be forced to sell out at ridiculously low market prices, and the confidence of potential investors in Israel or abroad who might invest in real estate will be destroyed for many years to come. On the other hand, the government has been chary of allowing rent to rise since this would affect the "cost of living index" to which wages and government salaries are pegged, and every point rise of which costs the government another 1,500.000 pounds a month in salary bills. Now at last, agreement has been reached between the Mapai and General Zionist ministers on freeing new buildings of all restrictions and control for a certain period as a means of attracting capital from abroad. Levi Eshkol, Minister of Finance, hopes to bring the measure before the Knesset shortly. Since the rent for such dwellings will be several times present controlled rents, the measjure will obviously strengthen the case of property owners for a gen] eral upward revision of all controlled rents, and there is a belief here that the government intends its freeing of new buildings to be the forerunner of changes in I this direction. When rents are raised nearer their economic level, market values of property will rise, and the government will find it easier to collect the tax. Opposition to this liberalization is expected inside the labor and trade union movement, where the left-wing opposition will take every opportunity of attacking the government. The recent blow to the influence of these pro-Soviet elements among the workers following the Prague Trials and Soviet anti-Semitism, however, has considerably reduced their power to embarrass the government even on purely economic issues. The fillip that these measures will give the building industry in a time of severe unemployment is also expected to reduce ideologically-inspired opposition to such measures on the part of organized labor. Pictured above are eight of the personalities who participated in the program marking the five-day Triennial Convention of B'nai B'rith in Washingfon, D.C., from May 2nd through 6th. More than 1,000 delegates and guests from the 48 states, Canada and overseas nations attended the Convention at the Hotel Statler. Mrs. Elsenhower was hostess to 200 B'nai B'rith women at a reception in the White House on Monday morning. Shown above are (left to right, top row): Mrs. Eisenhower, House Speaker Joseph W. Martin, Justice Sherman Minton, Attorney General Herbert Brownell. Bottom row: Senators Hubert Humphrey and John Kennedy, Frank Goldman and General David N. Grant. Israel's Dr. Abraham Biran Visits Miami For Bond Drive Bocks To Mark Mothers 1 Day ~n : *-^, < ?Wr^ One of the nicest and most useful ways to commemorate Mothers' Day would be through the use of the book funds of Brandeis University, according to Mrs. Joseph Duntov, chairman of the Book Fund Committee for the Greater Miami Chapter, National Women's Committee of Brandeis University. Mrs. Duntov explained that there are two book fund collections for the University Library — the general book fund and the special book collections fund. The first includes general books needed to maintain the library and supply the everday needs of the students. The second includes rare and unusual books in various fields that contribute to graduate and specialized studies. "A gift to either of these collections will be commemorated by a special bookplate inscribed with the name of the donor or the person honored." Mrs. Duntov said. The Brandeis University Library is completely supported and maintained by the National Women's Committee, of wltich there are now almost 40,000 members. There are 76 women's chapters throughout the country. President of the local Women's chapter is Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg. Mrs. Ginsburg said the Women s Committee so far has made possible the acquisition of 85,000 volumes in the library and 130 special book collections. Recently, Mrs. Gabriel Heatter donated S500 through the Greater Miami Chap-j ter for the beginning of a special book collection in the field of mu-1 sic and art. It was the first special book collection to come from this area. Dr. Abraham Biran, District Commissioner of Jerusalem, is visiting Miami for four days. He arrived here Thursday under the auspices of State of Israel Bonds. Dr. Biran will address several local groups, including the Zionist Organization, during his stay here. A native of Israel, Dr. Biran acquired his advanced education in the United States, first at the University of Pennsylvania and then at Johns Hopkins, receiving the Masters and PhD degrees at the latter institution. He is in charge of the civil administration of Israel's capital city and has seen the Jewish population of Jerusalem grow from 70,000 to over 150,000 since 1949. Dr. Biran was a member of the special Armistice Committee administering the armistice between Israel and Jordan. In addition. Dr. Biran is one of the world's foremost archaelogists. j He is a member of the staff of the j Amrican School of Oriental Re-1 search in Jerusalem and participatcd in numerous archaelogical | expenditions in the Middle East. He has been associated with expenditions which have made important historical finds in Iraq. During his stay, Dr. Biran will make official visits to Mayors Chelsie Senerchia and D. Lee Powell of Miami and Miami Beach. His first scheduled address is to the Zionist Organization of Greater Miami on Friday in the Shore Club Hotel. Borah Shnaider, city manager of Bonds for Israel, announced Dr. Biran's visit early this week. ko Nobel Prize winners flank Ralph E. Samuel, chairman o American Jewish Tercentenary Committee, at its National anning Conference in New York City. At lef is Dr.,IW 1


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Shapiro Steps f T p A Mother's Day reception and brunch will be tendered by Harold Shapiro, candidate for Miami Beach City Council, on Sunday morning, May 10th, at the Surfcomber Hotel. Shapiro stepped up the pace of his campaign during the week, opening headquarters at 1436 Washington Avenue, and reportedly delivering more than 20 talks throughout the^city. The former president of the Miami Beach ZionCampaign ists announced that he will open headquarters in the South Shore, 41st Street and 71st Street sections later this week. Shapiro said that he had received "scores of letters from persons answering his request for their opinions on the leading campaign issues." He stated that his system of getting opinions from every precinct is "the only proper manner to obtain a true cross-section of prevalent attitudes. [Members of the committee planning the fifth anniversary celebration of Israel's IndepenIdence meet to complete arrangements for the May 14th rally at Flamingo Park. Shown Ifleft to right) are I. S. Shapoff, Rabbi Samuel S. Lerer. Gerald Schwartz. Burnett Roth, fted [jonas. Dr. Emanuel Kaplan, J. Harrison. Mrs. George M. Cohen, chairman of the council, goes [over the evening's program with Mrs. Irwin Weinstein (right) program chairman. Not present [for the photograph were committee members Anna Brenner Meyers, Mrs. Bee Jaffer, Fred IShochet and Mrs. Emanuel Karger. "housands To Mark Anniversary >f Israel's Independence At Rally Several thousand persons are ex-1 ture local Zionist leaders in the cted to crowd Miami Beach's starring roles. flamingo Park on Thursday night, Jay 14th, to mark the fifth anniversary of the independence of Isael The state's freedom was proclaimed on May 14th, 1948, with late Dr. Chaim Weizmann asJuming the presidency on that day. Thursday's rally is co-sponsored Ly the Zionist Council of South Florida and the Greater Miami Chapter of the American Christian Palestine Committee. An original dramatization of Dr. IVeizmann's life, Prince Of Israel, ill be featured on the program. Written and directed by Professor |am Hirsch, of the University of diami Drama Depart, it will fea%  i ludson Trail To Iff er Customer "Best Available Hudson Trail Motors, Inc., has Dow expanded its operations and Is prepared to give the customer peeking service on his old auto or i fine buy in one of Hudson's many hew models "the best available," becording to the firm's owners and pperators. Isadore (Izzy) Tendrich announced the company's location this heek at 1305 SW 8th Street. Coowners with him are Sammy TenIdrich and C. H. Rumph who has [been with Hudson for 17 years. I"We are an old force at a new place." the Tendrich brothers and Humph said. "Our sales and serv[ii will give the customer the [maximum dollar-for-dollar value in |the area." In charge of service Is Gilbert [Lichtenstetter who has also been pith Hudson for 17 years. Accordling to the owners, Hudson Trail [Motors includes a staff whose experience totals an aggregate of 100 bears of automobile activity. Young Judaea groups, sponsored by the ZOA and Hadassah, will stage traditional Israeli dances in the street outside of the park following the program. The Chaim Weizmann, Nair Tamid, Hatikvoh and Taofim senior Judaea groups, as well as the Intercollegiate Zionist Federation of America Chapter at the University of Miami, will participate. The street will be roped off to vehicular traffic through the courtesy of city officials. Dr. Jacob Kaplan, president of the Florida Rabbinical Association, will give the invocation. The Reverend Edward Ullrich, vice chairman of the local chapter of the American Christian Palestine Committee, will give the benediction. Mrs. Irwin Weinstein will serve as,program chairman for the evening. Dr. H. Franklin Williams, co-chairman of the American Christian Palestine Committee, will be a featured speaker. Israeli Program Features Songs, Dances Sunday The Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission will present a program of Israeli songs and dances on May 10th, at the Jewish Home for the Aged. Taking part in the program will be the Young Judaea Israeli Dance Troupe, consisting of Judy Shapiro, Tamara Mamches, Aviva Kaminesky, Helene Seidner, Harriet Solloway and Allita Hoffman. Frances Frome will be accompanist. The Haverot Junior Club will sing several Israel selections. Kurman Is Absent; Voice Heard On Tape The "man who wasn't there" at the Jewish Home for the Aged's recent graduation exercises was acknowledging this week that one's spirit can bas as important as one's presence. Still confined to bed in his sixth week of illness, Abe Kurman had been unable to attend the Douglas Gardens event. Kurman is president of the Jewish Home for the Aged. One highlight of the program was to have been his personal message. Unable to appear, he wrote the message and sent it to be read that afternoon. However, as many discovered when they gathered to do honor to the Home's 13 "graduates", Kurman managed to get there after all — via a radio-recording that brought his voice to the ceremonies. Goron Unreiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Clara Gorbn, formerly of 1839 -Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach, will take place Sunday, May 10th, 1:30 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Mrs. Goron is survived by three daughters, Miriam, Rosa and Ledit, and two sons, Sacha and Rudolph. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Goodwill Group Meeting The Goodwill Group of Greater Miami will hold a Board of Directors meeting on Tuesday. May 14th, 1 p.m., in the home of Mrs. Eva B. Krohn, 2431 Swanson Avenue, Coconut Grove. I ANNOUNCEMENT! EZY and SAM TENDRICH — C. H. RUMPH Hudson Trail Motors, Inc. 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%  1 =fc=b Suggestions For Added Efficiency At Mount Sinai Hospital Pay Off WHArS THE IDEA? Three employees of Mount Sinai Hospital, seen above receiving awards from Samuel Gertner, hospital executive director, had some good ideas for more effective and economical methods to do their jobs and won cash prizes in Mount Sinai's Observe And Conserve .contest. Left to right are Gertner. Lilliam Barbiere, winner of the first prize; Yetta Weinstein. second prize winner; and Donald Navis. who received third prize. j arable mention fortheir suggesi tions: Joyce Baylin. Harry Scher, Hope Bolton. June Mitetsoft. Grace Scaglia. Peggy McGrew. a Helen Hr• rail. Charles Hague and Lillian Paul. Suggestions for ways in which their own departments or other service areas at Mount Sinai Hospital can function more economically or effectively paid off for twelve hospital employees in an Observe And Conserve contest which ended Friday. Winners of the cash prizes were announced by J. Gerald Lewis, chairman of the Judging Committee. First prize of S15 went to Lillian Barbiere. of the medical Records Department, for her suggestion of a system for photostating hospital record s Second prize of S10 went to Yetta Weinstein. of the Out Patient Department Third •ward of S5 a won by Donald Navis, technician in the X-ray Department Nine other winners of cash prizes were Kthyline Ziegler. Joyce Baylin. Katherine Keeling. Ann Lincoln. Harry Scher. Gertrude Gallagher. Anna Jelnik. Philip Nimschik and Dominick Mollo. Over 150 suggestions were submitted to the Judging Committee by hospital employees Serving on the Committee were Lewis. Leonard Wien and Dan B. Ruskin. members of the Board of Trustees, and Noras Ederer. Personnel; Matilda Brenner. Dietary; Mildred Ann Vogel. Nursing: and John Bausewein. Engineering. In addition to the winner of prizes, the following received honSUNR/tt r-AKK HEALTH RESORT NOTtlSAKITASTWM roe aciT cowuxsctNa MSOMMCCtSU •"• "sV^coutri MI A**' rr>w.%  ~*Jetfjslitk>r*Ht*ri Jerusalem College i Will Admit US Medical Students NEW YORK — The Hebrew University-Hadassah Medical School in Jerusalem will for the first time in its five-year existence accept high-calibre American medical students for enrollment in its Fall semester, it was announced here by Mrs. Samuel J. Rosensohn. national president of Hadassah. th* Women's Zionist Organization of America. Together with the American Friends of the Hebrew University, Hadassah raises funds in this country for the maintenance and expansion of the only medical college in Israel. The school will be an integral part of the $10,000,000 Medical Center which Hadassah is establishing in Israel. Mrs Rosensohn reported that the Hebrew I'niversity Hadassah Medical Advisory Board will have the sfwOfff ^i/HOOPr task of screening American candi I Dov Chapter, Jlizrachi Women, dates for the Israel Medical School. | Will hold a supper party on SunShe added that the new policy proday;, May„jp i th # 6 p.m.. at the Beth vide* that henceforth up to ten El Center.-5QQ ; SW 17th Avenue, percent of the total Hebrew Unito.,cele.biva.te> Mother and Daughter J versity Hadassah Medical School j Day. ... Sarah Final Henrietta Szohl Mvvtina Dessert will be served at 12:30 p.m.. when members of the Henrietta Szold Group of Hadassah will gather for the closing meeting of the season on Monday. May 11th, in the main dining room of the Shore Club Hotel. A special presentation by Mrs. Fred Jonas, president, will highlight the afterrroon. A report of the Flonaa Kegionai Convention will be tendered, by Mrs. Elizabeth Zentler, group conference chairman. A musical program will be presented by Mrs. Irving Nelson and Judy Druckerj f mother-daughter team of mcuneiahs. Mrs. Barnett BeckerrWn, chbfrman of the Nominating. Committee, will present the slate for the election of officers. t the and Hoi 4hmpt<>rT<> Smathers To Speak At Lodge Installation Plans for the annual installation banquet of Miami Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith. to be held at the Saxony Hotel on May 24th. have now been completed, according to Paul Seiderman. chairman of the Committee in charge of the event Seiderman also announced that the Committee will consist of Jack J. Gold. Godfrey K. Newman. Allen Goldberg. Saul Genet, Irving Schatzman. Walter C. Kovner. Har ry Zukernick. Gershon S. Miller. Abe Frankel. Sam A. Goldstein and Joseph A. Kogos. Florida Senator George A. Smathers will be the principal speaker A revue of B'nai B'rith activities in the state will feature the event, and details of B'nai B'rith'program for the coming year will be revealed. enrollment may be Americans. Frank Urges Landscape I For Washington Avenue With the appointment of Leonard L. Abess. business, civic and religious leader, as treasurer of his re-election campaign. Councilmart Bernard A. Frank has intensified his efforts for the June 2nd ci'uncilmanic election on Miami 1 Beach. North I>adeW 0Ift Donor LunchJj No rth I)a(lc Jwfa terhood held a donor 1 U style show Tuesday bardy Hotel. !" c forking commit sited of the Mesdan*^, son, Fannie Shopm, ker bow, Sandy Friedhnd 'aJ. man. Sadie Ureenberg steim Frieda Klein Schuman. New Board members group according to an ment this week are the Frieda Blank. Ruth Bore, Marrow. Miriam Koenig l Gladys Rudolf and Ida V CuUer AsksFc? On Campaign A. Budd Cutler, can^l the Miami Beach COMJJ^ election on June 2nd. this) said that tn order to citizens of the city unbiased representation• dates should publish thi r :J paign income and erpeMnI examination of voters."-Mj In listing his own ex Cutler showed a total of He said that in the lw I good government h waj.i %  on every candidate "to Albcr. aged 83. will be honored as the outstanding mother of i>ov ; Qta*pterl. JJabbi Shmaryahu | the public his contMBafeil T. Swirsky will be guest speaker. j penses Proceeds are for the Children's! Village and Farm School in Israel. I Men's Club Ins What Her Mother Said Officers and Board men* Temple Israel Men's chrt i Harold Shapiro, commentator on I installed during Friday the radio -program. Meet Your' services tonight. These Neighbor, special feature of the) Harold Friedman. presided Yiddish Classical Hour, has invited rome E. Freehling, liVrtntl Calling attention to the landscapM^ Jennie Grossinger as his guest' Kaufman and Edwart A. ing of Indian Creek Drive between on Sund f>'"f.^V 1 15 P. m • v,ce P""i< s Mortar k\ 63rd and 71st Streets. Frank this over £ %  ^ZMw Grossingsecretary: Henry Ihrxh. laj week proposed a similar bcautifica-' r ?, s b ect ,s: h at M > Mother; secretary; and Lewis W.tion plan for Washington Avenue. T ok •The street is wide enough to I allow for a plan of landscaping in I the center," Frank said. "I shall also propose a string of colored lights among the palms at night in order to add to, Vug visual attractiveness of WashwgJon Avenue." Mollie Kahaner Auxiliary The Mollie Kahaner Ladies' Auxiliary of Congregation Monticello Park will conduct a cake sale today in front of the two post offices in North Miami Beach at the Dixie Highway and 163rd Street and on Golden Glades Boulevard and NE 6th Avenue Mrs. Ben Genshaft. chairman of the Cake Sale Committee, will be assisted by the Mes dames S. Bell. E. Bregman. E. Kaufman. M Lasser. N. Ostrov, R. Ratner and S Solomon. Wise Hadassah Meets The Stephen S. Wise Group of Hadassah will bold a meeting for I the installation and election of of I ficers on Monday. May 11th, 1 p.m.. | at the Monte Carlo Hotel. Rabbi | Meyer Abramowitz will be installing officer. GLASS FOR EVEBY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS ..remltuTo Tops. Beveled Mirrors and ResUvering Our Spd*} L. A G. Glass and Mirror Workf 136 S.W. 8th St PHONE UUt 1 HORRIS ORUN IRVISG GORD0 DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-l EMPLOYMENT SERVICE S7 N. E. 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FlorfdlSn .. iiV? / r 'i'ay • lnM 1W7 b th ••*'••' Enter.3 .* ..V5-J 1 E 8iXth Stre,t M'* 1 "' 1 florid.. Off. !" ni nd -?' •"•"er July 4, 1M0, at the Po.t nri .h J ? wl,h ,. F 0 rl E l h -"""" Ns wsp. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher L 1 %  "(Volume 27 LEO MINDLIN News Editor %  9 wJewistiflcridiiari OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N. E. Sixth Street k T elephones 2-1141 — 28212 i> > \i %  c, irunu• elation, Amor, i ispers, Florida I I The Jewish r*l.il.llan does not RuaranU-r the I rulh of the merchandise advertised In Us columns KaabS U B S C One Year R I P T $3 00 ON RATES Two Years 15.00 FRIDAY. MAY 8, 1953 Iyar 23. 5713 f e thnJ" Mrs. Ansell has a touch of Eleanor Roosevelt in he oratory. She certainly raised a number of important k m,on,lw ( talk and presented them in a poetical flow of words r Uesdllri j| former First Lady. Most significant was the mann.' n '" l, tt, 'l I Ansell collapsed the five-year period since the ostlVH *** 1 State of Israel so that Hadassah's role could be clearl "^ This was accomplished by bracketing Israels shunT""* 4 history between a personal observation and an exomi V" *** I of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Mrs. Ansell plaborS"*" emotional reaction to her first sight of the Jewish Si-u'. • .• ap,,, El Al. in a New York City terminal. She said that the oK."" in mind of those first bleak days following UN partition T W when seven Arab armies fell upon a defenseless Jewish ell %  exterminate it. n con "numtj^ There could, of course, be little better example of top,-, j mcrcial existence on the international scene than an FIAT, *" Idlewild. Presumably, it had much the same effect on SL ^' did the appearance here of the merchant ship Henrietta ^f*?' Miamians last August. But the quotation from the Lone III !" '„ about a Newport Synagogue, in addition to proving that M S] is a good New Englander, heightened even further the i/J_!l of the Jewish State's rebirth by denying a popular notion abSfySl A PREVALENT THEORY IS THAT NATIONS once fallen J rise again. This was the basis for the verse which deplore t|J3 that Jewish tradition, although manifest in Houses of Worshn .Jti the religious practices of millions of persons, is nontheless de,s Hadassah's awareness of the job that must be done in America and the continued support of its Israeli projects without attempting to fit them into a predetermined political Zionist rationale. IARS. ANSELL'S AWARENESS WAS ALSO realistically framed in her recognition of the negative forces within US Jewry that maintain belligerent attitudes toward Israel and a successful World Jewish identification. As I see it, her public reference "to those within our ranks who wanted to have us fail," was courageous, indeed. • V s an effective approach to the educative process as it pertains to Zionism. I suppose Mrs. Ansell had in mind such groups like ine American Council for Judaism which supports the notion that Zionism and Zionist affiliation necessarily lead to the problem of double allegiance. This can have no meaning for any organization whose purpose is as clear as Hadassah's. H W men Zion 'sts can do much to advance the strength of Israel ano tne understanding of American Jewry. This was the essence of Mrs. Ansell s message. It is gratifying to feel that Hadassah s activity n this regard continues while the Zionist movement, at large, goes inrough a period of theoretical readjustment. If its leadership u Plagued by some of the hesitancy now apparent in the ZOA certainly none of it showed up during the course of the conference here. We at least hope that Congress will not deny ^oofTHddZn 8 ^ for ^ admiMion 3 ^40 000 additional refugees above existina quotas during the next two years. Re D renTo live Jacob K Javits has already mtrXcS an EBTKi 1 n C ? pii l "M*** regard Should it be set aside as part of the curren Congressional allergy towarTall matter. pe! taming to immigration, then we shall haveto •ay, along with the rest of the world: "Where is oux humanity fled?" The Chaplain By Chaplain Edwin Schoffman First Lieutenant, USAF ELMENDORF AIR FORCE BASE. ALASKA One week not CuLn 80 \ deUvered Character evtJ .. ,eC,UPe t0 a,most every unit at Elmendorf. My topic was Life, Reputation And ..i!," 6 !" ** not lon "8 J presentation. The comments were terrific they bowled me over, modesty and all. As a result of these P r formances", I am known to evenone. Every door is open to me. People I'd never seen betore now stop me and voice their thanks for the "terrifk talk" I gave. J learned that officers called up tn Section chaplain to suggest that l be given a special commendation — that it was the best Character Guidance lecture they'd ever heard (possibly because it was the firs' one they didnt sleep througn, thanks to my top-of-the-voice p



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randefs AJC To [stall Offffcera I candlelight ceremony by Rabfoses Mescheloff will highlight | installation luncheon of the n ,iciChapter, American JewCongress, at the San Souci HoDII May 13th, 12 noon. Rabbi Hs Skop will be guest speaker. Ifjcers to be installed are: Ident, Mrs. Harry Shopiro; [presidents, the Mesdames HarBrown, Leon Goodman, WilLubow and Morris Frank; filial secretary, Mrs. William H. Miner; treasurer, Mrs. Lewis tins: recording secretary, Mrs. Shuhin; and corresponding Itary. Mrs. Ann Diamond. be installed as members of Joard are the Mesdames S. F. Berger, M. Baida, M. DubI. Janoff. W. Loeb, G. Essman, Lfkin. F. Salit, A. Tobin, N. fcteir.. A. Silberman, L. Elkin, ohcn, B. Rafael, S. Rose, B. M. Goldstein, M. Rieger, E., lers, (;. McCIosky, J. Kruger, kser. M. Mescheloff, R. Spero, |uer and B. Laitin. Kramer, accompanied by )lga Stern, will entertain. Lieutenant Roth To Leave For Korea Lieutenant Stanley Roth, son of Mr. jftid Mrs. Nat Roth, 337 NE 28th Street, will leave for Korea shortly. He received his wings last Sadye G. Rose 2113 CORAL WAV Phone 48-0781 • Greeting Card* for All Occasion! • Stationery Napkin* and Match** Plain or Personalised • Paper Table Coveri and Towel* • Qift Wrapping and Ribbon* • Toy* and Party Favor* • School Supplies • Gifts t luperializ** In fast service for pom.n-nii-nt* and Invitations ved Thermographed Printed —e 1 UeottntHt Stanley Roth November at the Mather Air Force Base, Sacramento, California. Lieutenant Roth has just completed combat crew training in B-28 aircraft at Langley Field, Virginia. An aircraft observer, he volunteered for duty in 1950, when he was in his junior year of the School of Business Administration at the University of Miami. While at the UM, Lieutenant Roth was a member of Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity. He is a graduate of Miami Senior High School. Lieutenant Roth is now taking a two-week survival course at Stead Air Force Base, Reno, Nevada. At the conclusion of the course, he will leave for Lamp Stoneman, California, and shipment to Korea. Sla+e Tribute For I. R. Goodman On Wednesday At Beach Jewish Center Tribute will be paid to the memory of I. R. Goodman, founder and first president of the Zionist Council of South Florida, who was stricken a year ago while in the midst of preparing the celebration of the fourth anniversary of Israel Independence Day. A special meeting of the Jewish National Fund Council on Wednesday, May 13th, at 8 p.m., in the patio of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center will be the occasion for the memorial tribute. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, president of the Council, will present a certificate to Esther and Lillian Goodman, attesting to the planting of two groves consisting of 2,500 trees in Israel, in memory of their brother. 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fY,MAY8,M63 BELIGIOUS DIRECTORY lfcir*J^ I 'cORAL GABLES JEWISH CBN| T ER will hold Friday evening serv; at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Morris Skop pill officiate and invoke the oncration prayers for new Center officers. Mike Baskin, charter jiember and local patent attorney, Ln be installed as president. Saturday morning services are at 9:45 %  m when Stephen, son of Mr. and trs. Mitchel P. Miller, 4311 Grapada Boulevard, will becojne Bar Bitzvah. Leadership will be the Ihemc of Rabbi Skop's sermons on hiday evening and Saturday mornWEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER Bill hold Friday evening services kt 6:30 p.m. At 8:30 p.m., tribute till be paid to Mother's Day, with Rabbi Alfred Waxman. discussing: others Of Israel. The Father and feons' Group will provide floral decorations. Hosts at the Oneg Shabbat will l>e Mr. and Mrs. Leonard aiken in honor of their son DonLie's sixth birthday. Saturday horning services are at 9 a.m., lith Junior congregation services chedulcd for 11 a.m. Rabbi Waxnan will discuss Ethics Of Our fathers at 6 p.m. Mrs. Beckie Harps will be hostess at Shalos Seu|oes. Daily services are at 7 a.m. • • • BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will lold Friday evening services at 1.30 p.m. Saturday morning servfces arc at 9 a.m., with Rabbi Max |hapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamhes officiating. The Bar Mitzvah If Norman, son of Mr. and Mrs. bavid I) Goldenberg, will take llace at that time. At 6 p.m., Rab|i Shapiro will discuss the fourth hapter of Ethics Of Our Fathers. laily services are at 730 a.m., and 6:30 p.m. • • ACUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW MSTITUTE will hold Friday eveing services at 6:30 p.m. Saturpy morning services are at 9 a.m., %  hen Rabbi Isaac Ever will ofJciatc and preach on the topic: Mother In Israel. The Bar Mitz^h of Eddy, son of Mr. and Mrs. porge Felder, will take place durthe service. Mincha is at 6:30 Im, followed by Maariv. Daily Prices are at 8:30 a.m., and at |45 p.m. • IAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND iNGREOATION will hold Friday ening services at 6:30 p.m. Saty morning services are at 8:30 Subject of Rabbi Simon ApRing and Valve Job — $6 sai ** Tax MOTALOY DOES IT WHILE YOU DRIVE! P S .TOPS OIL BURNING!! RAISES COMPRESSION!! SAVES FUEL!! equipment tt. buy! No work to jway with old-fnshioiieH In fiK-l tank ol lotorcyclea, tractors, Dleriinti-rnal combustion on IK M!I1.„| tinV y Wil'ls U y n laloy does the rest. It worn iliiRs, valves, plstnrnuch tlnplatlnr. pro'i will last for 200,000 ran teed mm -Injurious to esults noted %  lies Q f. First W u : u lies. < Your Motaloy Today from T. W. MURTHA 2525 S.W. 8th Strt.t i th Trail" ph, 83-4520 ril'a discourse is scheduled as: The Road To Happiness. Cantor Bcrele Kelemer will render the musical portions of the service. • • TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami wiU hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Subject of a discourse by Dr. Joseph Narot is: The Crucible. Men's Club officers will be installed during the service • • HEBREW ACADEMY will hold rnday evening services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Alexander Gross will officiate and discussThe Bible — Source Of Liberty And Freedom. Mincha is at 6 p m followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m., and at 6:45 p.m. • • KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:15 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Cantor Abraham Seif and the Congregation Choir will render the musical portion of the service. The Bar Mitzvah of Daryl Ritter, son of Margaret Ritter, will take place at that time: Mincha is at 6:15 p.m. Daily services are at 8 a.m., and at 6:15 p.m. • BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m., with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., when the Rabbi will discuss: Mothers' Day. Junior services are at 9 a.m., under the direction of Benjamin Kaminetzky. Mincha is at 6:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will discuss the Weekly Portion. Daily services are at 7a.m., and 8 a.m., and at 6:30 p.m. • • MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Irving Lchrman officiating. Guest speaker will be Gilbert J. Balkin, director of the Florida Regional Anti-Defamation League. Subject of his discourse is scheduled as: Making Democracy Work. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., and will be devoted to Mother's Day. Dawn Grossman will extend greetings. The Bar Mitzvoth of Charles David, son of Dr. and Mrs. Herman A. Phillips, and Charles Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lynne, will take place. Cantor David Silverman will render the musical portions of the liturgy, assisted by the Center Choir under the direction of Joseph Schreibman. Daily services are at 8 a.m., and at 6:45 p.m. • • • ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Morton Malavsky wjll officiate and discuss the Weekly Portion. • • NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., dedicated to members of the Center Choir. These include A. Louis Mechlowitz, director, Rita Epstein, Mel Goldstein, Lois Jacobs, Betty Mendelson, Paul Press, Gladys Schaps, Geri Mechlowitz and Leo Steinman. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will ofRHGE9B Greater Miami's Synagogue Directory *ffififi '?:?•'—R*>h> Isaac Ever, OrssaaswE !P 7Mh *• Ml ">l Beach. Con !" ?, &ft bl M Shapiro MUml Ve 28Z5 SW 8rd Ave.'. B Vv. h !F'~ D T Shmaryahu Swlrsky, OrB..I. "V"' i 00 HW I7th *-, Mam! OHhrllo 0 ,""",?;"; 1 ? lo,,e Mchelof H.Jh *L^ 30| r ?" W* Ave., MB I IbeS J7!r?5. ,!W '* ,0n Kro '"h. i.lberal 4H4 (Tiase Ave.. M.B. skv T!!l! h T Rab "' J '""'P h R*ckovaml Scach' l0X J !" ^^ Ace M '" C0 r r".'| Q i'\7? abb M rrl Sk PLib eral .120 Palermo Ave., C. Gables "•*;"*" Synsflooue-Orthodox? 135 ari \ V 3 I d Av Miami. "lla e rn'l n d "~ : NW 5l8t riace H nE2!! £ e .V emy Ra V" Alexander Hl!5Z2i! Of*ho— %  — — %  — %  % % %  — %  — THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY PROGRAM ol "Jewish Forum On The Air" EVERY SUNDAY 10 to 11 A.M. Station: WMIE (1140 on dial) With Various ftaturit Produced and Directed by Tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Novfck Will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when Reverend Heim will discuss the Weekly Portion. • • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services .at 8:15 p.m., in observance of PTA Sabbath. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate and consecrate newly elected officers. Guest speaker will be Dr. Abraham Biren, district commissioner of Jerusalem. Saturday morning services are at 10:45 a.m., when the Bas Mitzvoth of Jill Fenias, Kaye Koren, Janice Markowitz, Ellen Rothman, Sandra Sokolsky, Joyce Strauss and Elaine Zeller will take place. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portion of all services. • • YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Mincha will be at 6:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 7:45 a.m., and at 6:45 p.m. • FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Saturday morning services at 9 a.m., when Robert M. Altman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Altman, will become Bar Mitzvah. Joseph Horowitz will officiate. • • • HOLLYWOOD JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi David Shapiro officiating and discussing: Our Words Speak Louder Than Our Deeds. Cantor Joseph W. Malek will chant the liturgy. The Oneg Shabbat will be sponsored by Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Geronemus. Saturday morning services are at 9:30 a.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 Committee, will speak on: Teach Us To Number Our Years. The Sisterhood will sponsor the Oneg Shabbat. Services will begin at 9.a.m., Saturday, and will be followed by a Kiddush. Honor Mother To Be Crowned The Honor Mother of 1953 will be crowned at a Parent-Child Luncheon of Temple Beth Sholom tomorrow following the regular Sabbath morning service, according to an announcement by Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, president of the Temple's PTA which is sponsoring the luncheon. "The measure of service rendered to the Religious School of the Temple during the past year will determine the outstanding Mother of the Year," Mrs. Kaplan said. Other features of the luncheon will be the presentation of prizes to the winners in the essay and poetry contest on the theme, My Mother, in which children of the Religious School have been participating. The musical program will be given by the girls scheduled to become Bas Mitzvah during the service. These include: Jill Fenias, Kaye Koren, Janice Markowitz, Ellen Rothman, Sandra Sokowsky, Joyce Strauss and Elaine Zcller. Chairmen of the luncheon are Mrs. Albert Reisman and Mrs. Sol Pine. Reservations chairman is Mrs. Abe Schwartz. Sydney J. Greenberg is educational director of the Religious School. %5ernara deoal NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 319 ROPER BLDG.. MIAMI 32, FLA OFFICE 2-0507 RESIDENCE 67-3588 SAFETY GLASS INSTALLED IN ALL CARS AUTO LOCK & nAilDWARE EXPERT REPAIRS ON HYDRAULIC WINDOWS Sales and Service at 1304 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 9-3144 Distributed by H i-Uracle Food Co. 1733 N. 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PAGE 8 B ^mmz@&= k Flaglor SlaNs Family Forum The Flagler-Granada forum series will assume a lighter vein Sun-, day night. May 10th. when a panel, of Center members will try to an-! : the question: Who Wears The Pants In Your Family? Sidney Stiller will moderate the debate between Mrs. Ben Clein. Mr> Herman Feldman and Mrs. George' Gittelson for the women and J<" Free!. Fdward Peyser and Maurice Shaw who will defend the men The forum will begin at 8.30 p.m. The Center will present it* sec end musical production of the year Sunday night, M;.y 16th at 8:40 pjn., when the music of South Pacific and an original O DM i: -cript by Ifikke C.ittelson and Miriam %  .: will combine to spell out South Atlantic. Pioneer Womeii to Fete Mother's Day Pioneer Women. Golda Myerson Club, will hold a Mothers Day celebration on Saturday evening. May 9th. 8:15 p.m.. at the Bureau of Jewish Education. Guest speaker will be Rabbi David Shapiro, spiritual leader of the Hollywood Jewish Center. Dr. Avram Biran. deputy commissioner of Jerusalem and a member of the Israel-Jordan Mixed Armistice Cnniniiss'on. will discuss conditions m the Jewish State Kntertainim-nt will include the Habonim and Mrs. Sonya C.erbert in recitations, according to Mrs Sophie Seeman, chairman of the 1 1 ening. Zamora Sisterhood Will Vote On Slate An election meeting will be held by the Zamora Jewish Center Sisterhood on Wednesday. May 13th The slate includes: The Mesdames Bernhardt Chesman. president: Herbert Hoodinin. cultural vice president: William Locke, fellowship vice president: William Lauritz. fund raising vice president: Morton Malcy. youth vice president. Beach Center Sisterhood Installation May 18th The Annual Installation Luncheon of the Sisterhood of the MhUBl Beach Jewish Center has been scheduled for Monday. May 18th. at noon in the Saxony Hotel, according to Mrs. Bernard Stern, chairman, and Mrs. Samuel Lipton. co-chairman of the affair On the program, with the installation ceremony by Rabbi Irving Lehrman. will be a fashion show to be given by Lillian Smith. Reservations are being taken byMrs. Stern and Mrs. Lipton. Mrs. Henrv Waitzkin is ticket chairman. %  •allot BHurns From Convention F. Albert Pallot returned this week from Washington. D.C.. where he attended the triennial convention of the Supreme Lodge. B'nai B'rith. comprising 350.000 members Pallot was the only delegate from Greater Miami and one of the two elected delegates from Florida, the other being I-ouis Os( sinsk>. Daytona Beach. Active in B'nai B'rith for 20 >e;.r-. Pallot twice was elected Sholem Lodse president, was chairman of the Grand Lodge following his return from war service and :.,-! \.-ur was elected president of the Florida IMi Federation of B'nai B'rith lodgeHebrew Academy Group Sponsors Sunday Picnic Irving Firtel. president of the 1 Hebrew Academy Fathers' Club. announces a Mother's Day Picnic on Sunday. May 10th. 9:30 a.m., at the Miami Policemen's Benevolent Association Park. The event is under the chairmanship of David Seid. Serving on the Picnic Arrangements Committee with Seid are Abe Aranoff. Mat Furman. Nat Feuerstein. George Kimmel. SidRubinowitz and Isidore Spolter. Resolution Formed To Unify ZOA Activities A resolution that a local council for Zionist districts herChe firmed to unify the activities of youth, organizational, fund raising and membership programs was set forth at a recent joint meeting of directors and Executive Committees of ZOA affiliates in the Greater Miami area. Representatives who attended included persons from the Miami Beach-Israel Zionist District. Coral Cables Zionist District. Miami Beach Masada and the Miami Zionist District. Inaugurate Exchange Program In New York NKW YORK — A unique agreement which for the first time makes it possible for undergraduate students in the field of Jewish Religion, education, history and literature to receive Bachelor's deIgrees from both a liberal arts col! lege and a theological seminary after following a combined course of study has been ratified by Columbia University and the Jewish Theological Seminary. The exchange program was announced by Dr. Grayson Kirk, president of Columbia, and Dr. Louis Finkelstein. chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary after the signing of the agreement here. Konahl Oorau InRerital The University „f Miami ^ of Music will present Ronald |T ay, violinist and student of D r T* Belov. in a recital at Beau Hall on Wednesday evening v 13U>. 8:30 p.m. g> Mr. Doray is a secondvear dent at the University and hoi a symphony orchestra scholars !" ; He will be assisted at the p. by Louis Spielman Mr. Doray has chosen f~ program the Devil's Trill I by Guiseppe Tartini, the „ \ companied Chaconne by Joh_ Sebastian Bach ami Edouanj Laid Symphonie Espagnole. Beach Young Adults Plan Cuttin' Capers The Young Adult Group of ft Miami Beach Jewish Center ^hold its Cuttin' Capers, a raising dance, on Sunday, I 10th, 9 p.m., in the Center; Hall, according to Phyllis stein. Bob stone, president, said tsu the funds will be used to purchase! a new juke box for the Centtt The affair will feature dancing | an orchestra and refreshmn Members of the Social Commitl are Lucille Graboyes, Jane Go stein, Donald Marks and Ark Weisblatt. • ************ And, Maule quality is always the highest! Yes, the high quality of the products manufactured and distributed by Maule Industries, Inc....for more than three decades, Florida's leader in (^xarry, Concrete Products and Builders' Supplies...is known to every South Florida builder and contractor. So, when you build...build for economy and lasting beauty. Call Maule! Phone 9-28 81 MI INDUSTRIES, INC Solts Offict: 3075 North Mii *•. • CALL MAULE FOR HIGHEST QUALITY v Certified Concrete Building Cement and Column Blocks Concrete Brick and Central and Transit-Mix Stepping Scones Concrete Reinforcing Steel Colony Concrete Roofing Tile Lumber Concrete Aggregates Mill Work Concrete Joists Build*!*' Supplies • •



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%  )AY. MAY 9. 1953 LEGAL NOTICE "NOTICE UNDIR FICTITIOUS Nu ,,^,_ -,^^£ LAW IN-OTK'I: IS HBRBBT OIVEN thnt L onderslgned, desiring to engage In Cainp'j uri'ier the fictitious name of %%  •'Vir HI 1 MIAMI, at 2100 N.W. I;,",! court, Intend to register said Ln,,. With the Clerk of the Circuit P.,, ,,| Milv County, Florida. k,u AUK KKANTZ VINCENT l.dNOO InliKUT IBLOOMBERG Siorncv l(,r Applicants f„ gobuld Hldg. 1-S-l"'-ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW W-OTICi: IS HEREBY GIVEN that undersigned, desiring to engage In ,ines under the fictitious na"me of kh iTItKKT & HARDINO AVENUE %  ri'l-'l. mid PRINCE'S Nfith STREET 1HARDINO AVE. MOTEL, nt 86th KHarding Avenue, Miami Larh, Florida. Intends to register Cil name with the Cleric of the <'till! emit of Dade County.Florida. 1,1 HARRY 'PRINCE JRUE J. TAL1ANOFF tirm-v for Applicant l-U-21 ^ LEGAL NOTICE oT r. R r.AB.^O L UN C Ty CU F V T OR N No. 1M73 IN E A '?*•. "J" CHANCE RYT JOHN T. UVRNE. Plaintiff DORIS liUENNIXu UYRNE. NOTICE BY PUBLICAT.'oN nt TO: DORT8 BRENNING BYRNE %  nee unknown HEREBY NOTIFIED Complaint ror Divorce l vou In the reour jn le the f the roc that a Bill of has been NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW SUTI'"K IS HEREBY QIVEN that undersigned, desiring to engage In Wnnss under the flmltlous names •TUH'KKTTE" — "TRIOKETTES WIE8NER" — "TRICKETTES" — ERFAMP". nt 1811 Purdy Avenue, tini Beach, Florida. Intends to regfr saM name with the Clerk of the ult Court of Dade County. FlorWIESNER OK MIAMI, INC. |OR0E ITALIANOFF jbtney for Applicant l.ve entitled %  au.M.Vnd vJunrel... Answer t„ the iilll of Complaint the Plaintiffs attorneys, and t „ SfoUSt^ **VtB Clerk o 'v ,i r,ul Cmirt on or before the it i. "t ot „ M V"M, otherwise a >".THE JEWISH FLORID1A.N. ; mtt£tti& l "" ,r "" • lh 8 2wh E. LEATHERMAN. By^WM. W. STOCKING, W? T 8 'VjRt VMUIXOT Attorneys for -plalnOn {NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ITICI: IS HEREBY OIVEN that udei signed, desiring to engage In esi nnder the fictitious name of IVAM 'I-: MORTGAGE COMPANY, (, 100 I >evonshlre Boulevard. Miami, inttnda to register said name ...the clerk of the Circuit Court Dado County, Florida. HENRY A. KAUFFMANN |tY STONE for Henry A. Kauffmann t-:\ I l- gOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW iTICR IS HEREBY GIVEN that [ undersigned, desiring to engage in rider tinfictitious name of if TOR'S CANDY AND TOBACCO at 2198 N.W. i2th Avenue. Mi NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In 6.t s i n K??.".,ii5 do1 tHt f *"'l"'>"s name of FRANCETTE MB.** 7337 .Hording Avenue, Miami Beach, Intends to register said name with The Clerk of the Circuit Court of-pudr County, JFIorida. ELIZABETH TOTMV Sole Owner MYERS, H El MAN KAPLAN !" Attorneys for Applicant 50 Seybold Bldg *^ lw > I %  4/24 — 5/1-8-15 '-. PAGE 11 B LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS 5/1-8-13-22 WALTER MI'ROFF NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW will, the i,,. k „ f „ u ( ,, of Dade County, Florida ^" ur >UNITED STATES TITLE DA.. COKI'UIUTION ^ M ''*' T> l, v !" MULLOY Attorney, for Applicant (ill i ongress Bid* 5/1-8-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICE I? J^akWfovtfctlhat the undersigned, desiring, to engauIn business under the ffftltlnus nanie of EMPIRE AUTO SALES, at 1260 N.W 36th Street. In th. %  citv ,.t MlawV-Pade County, Florida. nM.s i u regtater the said name wlfh the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, FlorUIa „ ABRAHAM DAVIS 4/24 — 5/1-8-15 Intend to register said nam Clerk of the Circuit Court Count)'. Florida. .1. EDWARD CANTOR SACl. CANTOR ROSE CANTOR l'artiiers HEIMAN & KAPLAN Irneyi for Ajiplicants ybold Bldg. l-.i the Dade SRS, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW pTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that Undersigned, desiring to engage In ess under the fictitious name of 1'AltASOL CO., at 1545 Collins mi,. Miami Beach, Florida inlends egistrr name wltfl the Clferp of ;ircult Court of Dade County, Fla. SAMUEL GINSBERG BE J. TALIANOFF rney for Applicant ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW JTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that Und.-rslgned, desiring to engage In bess under the fictitious name of Jl'ES BEAUTY SALON, at 77 hington Avenue, Miami Beach, Ids to register said name with the I of the Circuit Court of Dade )ty, Florida. •loSEPH PATTI, Sole Owner plK, HEIMAN KAPLAN rnevs for Applicant leybold Bldg. IN COUNTY JUDGfc 3 COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 27129 B RE: ESTATE OP LEOPOLD M. CCTINO, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that I have riled my final reixirt and petition for Final Discharge as ANCILLARY EXECUTRIX of the satl I LEOPOLD M. CL'TINO. deceased; and that on the 18th day of May, 1053, will apply to the Honorable County .Indues of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Ancillary Executrix of the Estate of LEOPOLD M. CCTINO, deceased. This 23rd day of March, 1953. -MAROHERITA CCTINO MILTON A. FRIHUMAN Attorney for Ancillary Executrix 4/17-24 — 5/1-8 HE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT *ND FOR DADE COUNTY. IDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30018-B I SPATE OF |W\Kii FRIEDMAN. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS I i red I tori and All Persons Hav' Ittlmi or Demands. Against |d KstaUt i and each of you, are hereby 'd and required to present any i and demands which you, or "i you, may have against the "i KDWARD FRIEDMAN, delate of Dade County, Florida, Hon. County Judges of Hade • and file the same In their ofthe County Courthouse in Dade Horlda, within eight calendar Horn the date of the first ration hereof. Said claims or dei contain the legal address of aimant and to he sworn to and "'"i as aforesaid, or same will {/red. see Section 120 of f i..hate Act. ed April 9th, A.D. 1953. BERT FRIEDMAN, As Executrix of the Last "HI and Testament of EDWARD FRIEDMAN, HEIMAN & KAPLAN' ed Helman ftr for Executrix 5/1-J BTICE N Si9fu JI Y ^?y Bt IC A TIO N IN THVtlRCblT'COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA; iKf AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 151*91 MARCUS EINHORN, Plaintiff. CHARLOTTE EINHORN, Defendant. TO: CHARLOTTE EINHORN, 1041 Nelson Avenue. Bronx. New York You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 18th day of May. A.D. 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, 1933. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida By: WM. W. STOCKING (Circuit Court S'eal) Deputy Clerk Name and Address of Plaintiff's Solicitor: MILTON A FRIEDMAN I0S1 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida. 4/17-24 — 5/1-8 MA RV JANE DAVIS a/k/a T„ Jf A I JJLi! AV,H Ue'-eased i„. Sr t J Mfor ana A I'ersons HavHKd E-Ute: W Den u,d A.aln.1 nr.T 1 'i. U ^" J ,l n of y u r e hereby eliimC "'i i*""" 1 "" 1 to present any -aims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the SSAR* Wfe&V* 1 "AVls" a/k/I rAU OA VlS. deceased late of Dade Conn y, Florida, to the Honorable m U "! y J,,,, e Dade County, and file the same In their offices In the DOUBtJT Courthouse In Uadc County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date April 21, A.D. 1953, GENEVA TROTMAN a/k/a GENEVA KEMP, AM Administratrix Cum Testamento Annexo of the Estate of -MARY JANE DAVIS, a/k/a MARY DAVIS, Deceased. I. R. MAYERS Attorney for Administratrix Cum Testamento Annexo 4/24 — 5/1-8-1j NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 3O083-B In lie: ESTATE OF RUPERT ALEXANDER DAVIS a/k/a RUPERT RAV1S, sometimes known as WILLIAM DAVIS, Deceased To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, arc hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you. may have against the estate of RUPERT ALEXANDER DAVIS a/k/a RUPERT DAVIS, and sometimes known as WILLIAM DAVIS, deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices In the CountyCourthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date April 20, A.D. 1933. I. R. MAYERS, As Executor of the Last Will and Testament of RUPERT ALEXANDER DAVIS a/k/a RUPERT DAVIS sometimes known as WILLIAM DAVIS, Deceased DAVID POPPER Attorney for Executor lie:, Congress Bldg. 4/24 — 5/1-8-15 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OPVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage ln ..'. .'";"." mler the fictitious name of FDA III.M DISTRIHI'TING AGENCY at a N.K. 2nd Avenue, Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. 5/1-8 U 22 SAMLTEI VOGELI1AUM IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA __, No. 26868 RE: ESTATE OF CASICA HARKON, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE N P T 'CE Is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Kinai Discharge as Executor of the estate of C'AKICA BARSON, deceased: thnt on the 25th day of May, LEGAL NOTICE ind Ur. S .',.. wl "P' ,lv to the Honorable l-RANK B. imWLtNO. County Judge of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said final report and for final disI'.. 1 r ;. a '*Ttor of the estate of i A MCA BARSON, deceased. This 21st day of April, 1953. S/ TJJIFON BARSON ., ,, Executor MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Executor 922 Seybold Ilulldlng, Miami, Florida 4/24 — 5/1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in huslhess under the fictitious name of STONE-AGE, at 2621 N.W. 16th Street Road, Miami. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MILTON STONE Sole Owner MYERS.''HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 650 Seybold Bldg. 5/1-8-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, deslHng to engage in business under the fictitious name of KITTY KANE, at 1540 Washington Av,-.. Miami Beach. Fla.. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of. Dade County, Florida. EISRO INC., A Florida Corporation MANUEL LIBEL Attorney for Applicant 228 X.E. 2nd Av.-., Lawyers Bldg. 4/17-24 — 5/1-8 the UNDER FICTITIOU8 NAME LAW IIS HEREBY OIVEN thnt I ned, desiring to engage In fs under the fictitious name of lit FLORIST CO. (Not Inc.), %  > %  '. bi Street, Miami, Intend %  id name with the Clerk ( ircult Court of Dade County, ALBERT J. HTR8CH CHARLES LUDWIU PTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS 1 NAME LAW I" E IS HEREBY GIVEN that rlnn to engage In l v '" r the fictitious name of t I'OVID KOSHER MEAT I I 's ohFLORIDA, at 1!'7 lu„. '.'" na '" to register said I(.11. l he Clcrk of the Circuit I 'iiile County. Florida. SEACOAST MEAT AND PROVISION COMPANY El. LUBEL r4<1 Corpor ,,on .' ','A PPlleant 5 *llr St. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 158535 VIENNA CYNTHIA RUSSELL. Plaintiff SAGE KINDLE RUSSELL. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Sage Kindle Russell. 167 E. 32nd Street, New York City, N. Y. Tou are hereby notified that a BUI of Complaint for .Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the pis In tiff's Attorney, STANLEY M. I'RED. 814 Seybold Holloing, Miami 32, Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Clicult Court on or before the lath day of May, 1953. If you fall to do so, Mlgiueu* by default will be taken agrflHat you for the relief demanded In the Bill of ComP I lnt „, This notice shall he published once each week for fotflScnnHjMUve weeks In THE JEWISH FLOgD'tAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 14th day of April. A-D. 1953. I E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida By M C GREEN. (Circuit Court Seall Deputy Clerk STANLEY M. PRED Attorney for Plaintiff 814 S.vbold Building, Miami. Florida 4/17-24 — 8/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the underslcned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of STRATH HAVEN HOTEL, at 411 Ocean Drive. Miami Beach. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florid.. N fc ^p MYERS. HEIMAN ft KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant (50 Seybold Bldg. 4/17-14 — *71-I 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 102 Lindbergh Boulevard West field. Massachusetts YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you in the above entitled cause and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorneys, and file the original In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 25th day of May, A.D. 1953. otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. This notice shall be published once eaeb week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDiAN. Dated: April 17. 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk uf the Circuit Court BY WM. W. STOCKING Deputy Clerk PALLOT, SILVER & MULLOY Attorneys for Plaintiff Suite 701. Congress Building Miami, Florida 4/24 — 5/1-8-15 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 158544 JEAN BELLE 8CHE1NBERG, Plaintiff, vs. EDWAP.D SCHEINBKRG, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: EDWARD SCHE1NBERG 6 Francis Court Elmont, Long Island, New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Coinplaint on Plaintiff's attorney, and file the original Answer in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before the 18th day of May. 1953: otherwise the allegations of said Bill will be taken as confessed against you. Dated this 14th day of April, 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court By R. H. RICE, JR. (Seal) Deputy Clerk By: EUGENE J. WEISS, Efa-Q. Attorney for IMalntiff One Lincoln Rond Building Miami Beach, Horlda 4/17-24 — 5/1-8 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 i hereby elven that I haw filed my final report and petition (or Final Discharge as Executrix ot the estate of LEoN FREED, deceased.; and that on the 29th dav ot Ma>. !;'-' :3 ', ,•*'.' :1 "I'i'iy to the Honorable I ULAN TON, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final dl', u'.'l'-' ','?,.!'. :x "'' uu i t or ,he Estate of LEON FREED, deceased. This 23rd day of April, IM| is/ MAE S. FREED. Executrix of the Sstate of ._ L EON FREED, Deceased. MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Executrix 5/1-8-15-22 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY, No. 158596. MOKITK MORDECHAJ GOLDIIERGER, Plaintiff. DOROTHY GOLDIIERGER, Defendant. TO: DOROTHY GOLDBERGER 8237 S. Evans Avenue Chicago. Illinois You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has be. n filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to Me Bid of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, FREDERICK N. BARAD, F.'SQ.. 4J0 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of Uie Clerk of the Circuit Court on or -before the -rMh day of May. 1953. If-ynu fail to do so. Judgment'by default "s*lll be-taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill -of ("ompialut. DONE AND oRHftRKD at Mh)mi. Fhwiila, this U,th day of April, A.D. r-1953. • -. %  | E. B. LEATHKHWAN. t'lork. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida t!v II l!. RICE. JR. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk FREDERICK N PA RAJ). Esq. Attorney for Plaintiff 420 Liiienln-fUl., Miami Beach, Florida 4'17-24 — 5-1-8 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND> FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 159020 PRINQLB WARD and CHARITY DARO, his wife, Plaintiffs, vs. H. S. GIFFIN and GIFFIN, Iris wife. If married, and FHED W. KING, JR., and KING, JR., his wife, if married. Defendants NOTICE TO APPEAR l\ XJ 110 NAME OF THE STATE. OF-FLORIDA TO: H. 8. GIFFEN, If living, and GIF'FIN, his wife, if married and living: FRED W. KING. JR., and KING, JR., his wife, if married and living, -whose residences are unknown; ALL UNKNOWN heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors or other parties claiming by, through, under or against II s. GIFFIN and FRED W. KING. JR., not known to be dead or alive; AND ALSO as to each or 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, sale! property jylnf and being in Dad.County. Florida, and more particularly described as follows: Lot 18. In Block 3, of SYMMES-SH ARM AN TRACT, according to the Plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book 9 at pan 170 of the Public Reo--1" I 'ad( 'ounty, Flo, Ida. TOU AND EACH OF You are hereby notified that a suit has been filed in the above named Court, by the plaintiffs .DOT* named, for the' purpoaa of quieting title of the plaintiffs, in and to the property involved hereinabovo described. VOU M'.E HEREBY ORDEREI> AND REQUIRED to file your Appearancs in l.id suit on or before the 2nd day of June. 1953, and In default of such Appearance, a Decree Pro Confesso will lie entered against you and each of you. This Order to he published once a w*eek for four (1) consecutive weeks In the Jewish Florldlan, a NeVShaper published in Dade Counfrvl l-tln ida DONE AND ORDERED.,.** the Courthorfsc in Dade county .'"Florida. this 29 day of April. 195,1. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit CourC By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk BEN ESSEN Attorney for plaintiffs 823 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Fla. 5/1-8-15-22 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 158860 ISABEL MARGOI.IE.S HILL, Plaintiff, -vsSIMNER GILL, Defendant. TO: SUMMER GIL IM \Yarwick Street Melhuen. Massachusetts YOU ARE HEREBY required to serve a copy of \oiir Answer to Plaintiff's Bill of Complaint for Divorce on Plaintiff's attorneys, WEINSTEIN, WBIN8TEIN A.WEINSTEIN, 120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Florida, and to file your original Answer in the office of the ci.-rk of the above Court on or before the 1st day of June, 1*51. otherwise a Decree Pro Confess., will be entered against you. DATED .1 Miami, Florida, this 29 day of April, 1953. E. It. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court By M. C. GREEN. Deputy Clerk 5/1-1-15-M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned-, -desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of UNITED STATES ABSTRACT COMPANY, at 701 Congress Building, Miami, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. UNITED STATES TITLE COMPANY PALLOT. SILVER A MULLOY Attorneys for Applicant 701 Congress Bldg. 5/1-S-16-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious mint.of SUSTEE SPICES. TEA & FOODPRODUCTS, at 1793 Purdy Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Cotinty, Florida. DOROTHY JUDITH KANTOR, Sole owner HERMAN ORAYSON Attorneys for Dorothy Judith Kantor j ia Sustee Spices, Tea & Food Products • %  i-s-u-n NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that th.undersigned, desiring to engage ln business under the fictitious name or NINO'S RESTAURANT, at 117 N. E. 1st St., Miami, Fla.. intends to register said name with the Clerk of tho Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. JOSEPH V. ZARZOUR STEPHEN "F. KKSSLER Attorney for Applicant 4 S.W. 22nd Ave. 4/17-14 — 5/1-8 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Th* IwUh Floridkm soHcHs your lexjal notice*. W* appre>ciat y o a f pcrtronaa* and fruaran•• accurate* service) a legal rate*. Phon* 2-1141 lor messenger service). SEITLIN £. COMPANY I ^gg ^ PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGES PHONE 9-3836 Its N. K. 2nd ST. MIAMI St. FLA. I ( t



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PAGE 6 A Personally Speaking • Mr. and Mrs. Barry Olivares, of 6428 S\V 11th Street. Miami, announce the birth of their son, Neal Carey, on April 25th, at Jackson Memorial Hospital. The Briss took place on Sunday, May 3rd. Rabbi Alfred Waxman and Reverend Abraham Seif officiated. The Sandig was Solomon Steiner, of 829 Espanola Way, Miami Beach. Godparents were Mr. and Mrs. Lou Brown, of 1001 SW 63rd Avenue. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Abrams, 104 SW 20th Avenue. ft ft ft Mrs. Martin A. Goldman, of Hillside, New Jersey, is visiting her sister and brother in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lieberman, of 2468 SW 12th Street. -tt Mrs. Etha Beck, of 2331 SW 19th Street, entertained twenty-five women at her home with luncheon on Tuesday. ft ft ft Mr. and Mrs. Harry KoreUky. of LaGorce Drive, hotel operators on Miami Beach, are leaving for Hot Springs. Arkansas, where they will spend a three-week vacation. ft ft ft Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Weiss, of 140 N'W 43rd Place, announce the birth of their son. Jeffrey David, at Mercy Hospital on April 24th. The Briss took place Sunday. May 3rd. at their home, with Reverend Abraham Seif officiating. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Albert S. Weiss. 3603 SW 16th Street. Godparents were Mr. and Mrs. John M. Wegmann, of 11015 N'W 5th Avenue. Maternal grandmother is Mrs. Rose London, 140 NW 43rd Place. ft ft ft Nathan K. Spector, of 2431 SW 27th Street, former owner of the Douglas Sanitorium and Convalescent Home, is leaving for Philadelphia to attend the Bar Mitzvah of his grandson. California will be the second stop of Spector's trip. His brother. Mr. Herman Spector, is senior librarian at San Quentin Prison. ft ft ft Natalie Paula Spilka. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Spilka. celebrated her fifth birthday anniversary with a party at her home on Wednesday evening. Present for the occasion were her maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth. Miss Ludwig Will Wed On July 12th The engagement of their daughter. Sheila, to Mr. Robert Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Smith. 1621 Noc-a-tee Drive, is announced > by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ludwig, 1901 South Miami Avenue. The bride-elect is a graduate of : the University of Miami, where she 'received the Bachelor of EducaI tion degree. While there, she was active in Delta Phi Epsilon Sororjity. A native Miamian and a past I state sweetheart of AZA. Miss Lud ,wig currently teaches at the Beth I El Academy. Mr. Smith attended the Univerisity of Miami and saw overseas duty with the Navy during World • War II. He it engaged in business in South Miami. The couple will be married at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel on July !l2th. >* %  Mist Sally Hoiot More/.k Ihirelik, Levine Betrothal Told Mr .and Mrs. Edward Harelik. of 141 SW 53rd Court, announce the engagement of their daughter. Sallye Elaine, to Paul N. Lawrence, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Levine, Fort Lauderdale. Miss Harelik is a graduate of Miami High School and was a member of Tri Beta Sorority. She also attended the University of Miami, was a member of Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority and pledged Sigma Delta Chi. The bride-elect is presently employed in the executive office at the Shelborne Hotel. Her fiance is a dental technician in the Navy and is now stationed in San Diego, California. He previously attended a chiropractic school in New York. Miss Harelik is formerly of Detroit and plans to be married during the early part of August there. The couple plan a honeymoon in Mexico. Kiddush Will F^U Altman Bar MitzvJ Robert M. Altman, son „/ and Mrs. Al Altman, 221 sS Place, Miami. will ^ Mitzvah on Saturday, May *• Flagler-Granada Jewish !Q Jose Ph Hora munity Center, will officiate. Robert is a student at t ne loch Park Junior High School. 1 attends the Religious School of! Flagler-Granada Jewish Co, ity Center. A Kiddush will follow the ices. Mr. Altman's nit nephew, newlywods Mr. and Martin Lee Altman, will be those present. %  P IP Alpha eKpsilon Phi Alumnae Gives Degrees Alumnae of the Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority are presenting cookbooks to graduating senior members of the local chapter at an annual installation luncheon on May 16th. at the Shelborne Hotel. Mrs. Jean Lehman, who is in charge of arrangements for the luncheon, will also administer graduate degrees to the following seniors: Misses Barbara Blackstein, Sally Singer, Carol Dworetsky, Carol Schwartz, Claire Dressier, Lorraine Jacobskind. Florence Katkin and Ann Alpert. Mrs. Louis Krensky will give the invocation, and Mrs. Sydney Lewis, retiring dean, will install the following incoming officers: Mrs. Burton Eagles, dean; Miss Edith Cohen, sub-dean: Mrs. Marvin Zank. recording secretary; Miss Norma Wetherhorn, corresponding secretary; and Mrs. Sally HirSch. representative-at-large. Joel Marvin Levin Is Bar Mitzvah Joel Marvin Levin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Levin, 405 SW 22nd Road, was Bar Mitzvah on Saturday at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. A student at the Hebrew School, the Bar Mitzvah also attends Shenandoah Junior High School. In addition to reading the Haftorah, Joel also conducted the Sabbath service. A reception was'held in his honor on Sunday evening. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sakols, Mrs. Blanche Shimmel, Louis Goldberg and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Paul, all of Baltimore, Maryland. Grandparents of the Bar Mitzvah are Benjamin Levin and Mrs. Rose Steinbach, both of Baltimore. The former Harriet Rochelle Rand, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. Rand. 1630 SW 17th Terrace, was married to Dr. Victor Dembrow, v son of Mr. and Mrs. I. Dembrow, Brook, lyn. New York, in a candlelight ceremony performed by Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches at the Westview Country Club on April 19th. The couple spent their honeymoon enroute to Goodiellow Field, San Angelo. Texas, where Dr. Dembrow is stationed with the Medical Corps of the US Army. Miss Weiss Engaged To Murray Fried Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weiss, of 2542 SW 1st Street, announce the engagement of their daughter, Elva, to Murray Fried, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Fried, 2535 SW 2nd Street. Miss Weiss is on the staff of the Miami Public Library. She graduated from Miami Senior High School and attended the University of Miami. A graduate of New Utrecht High School in Brooklyn, New York, Mr. Fried served for four years in the Navy. taOert M. AfhMw Phillips Bar Milzva Charles David Phillips. Dr. and Mrs. Herman A. 1056 I7th Street, will Bar Mitzvah tomorrow at ami Beach Jewish Center. Irving Lehrman will offteitl A seventh grade student i Miami Beach Junior High Charles also attends the School of the Miami Beach, Center. Going Formal? The Bar Mitzvah of Charles Michael Lynne, son of Mr. and Mis. Jack Lynne, 911 3rd Street will take place on Saturday. May 9th, at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Charles is an eighth grade student a t Miami Beach Junior High School and attends the Religious School of die Miami Beach Jewish Center. Breakfast With Rabbi Series Starts At Beth Sholom Sunday morning marked the first | of a series of Breakfasts With The Rabbi at which reports were made by workers in the Building Fund Campaign of Temple Beth Sholom, according to an announcement by Judge Kenneth Oka, Building Fond Campaign chairman. Judge Oka announced the results of the first phase of the campaign which culminated in a Progress Dinner on April 26th at the Algiers Hotel. "Forty percent of our goal of $500,000 was reached at the Progre ss Dinner," Judge Oka said. "We are now starting on the Miss Wilck To Wed Ted Schwartzman Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Wilck, of 1200 SW 23rd Court, Miami, announce the engagement of their daughter, Joan Dorothy, to Theodore D. Schwartxman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry N. Schwartzman, 1210 Douglas Road, Coral Gables. The bride-elect is a graduate of Miami Senior High School and attended George Washington University and the University of Mia-n. Mr. Schwartzman graduated from the United States Merchant Marine Academy, Kings Point, New York, and attended the University of Miami, where he was a member of |zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. He has recently returned from two years of active service with the United State Navy. He served as a Lieutenant JG. The wedding will take place during the latter part of June. TV REPAIRS immioiATi rue VISION SRVfCi NIGHTS, SUNDAYS, MOUMTS $1 for CM fh.ii. CITY WIDt TV U-TSW Formal Wear that la freehly cleaned, emartly atyled. properly fitted. Complete outfite Including ehoei. PHONE 48-2084 rj N1VERSJ MEN'S 2121 Ponce Da Leon I Coral Gables second phase of our work." Rabbi Leon Kronish is spiritual leader Of the Leon J Ell is Mother'* Day Picnic The sixth anual Mother's Day picnic of the Workmen's Circle Women's Club No. 609 will take place on Sunday at Matheson Hammock. A motorcade will leave frem the Lyceum, IMS SW 3rd Street, YOU WILL FIND THE MOST COMPLETE SELECTION of BOYS AND GIRLS WEAR ON MIAMI at MORRIS BROTHERS MIAMI BH< 1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE at 10 a.m. Proceeds of the affair are for orphaned children in Congregation, an"t Prance, according to. Mrs. Anata Greenbaum, chairman of the event. SUNSHINE FASHII •rear U.I. sot. art.



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r **>lsttkridlan Emergency Bill Calls For Hew Quota; To Implement Ike's Plea PAGE 5 A inutd from Pogo 1 called to the attention of Congress, lrt the McCarran-Walter nine Jewish organisations said in a statement made public this week. The organizations expressed gratification that the President had forwarded to Congress the complaints which he had received of such injustices. His action, they said, was "a practical demonstration of his continued determination to forge an immigration policy and law expressing our best traditions." Joining in the statement were the American Jewish Congress, Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society! Jewish Labor Committee, Jewish War Veterans of the United States, National Community Relations Advisory Council, Union of American p Hebrew Congregations, Union oi LCtmpuign Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, United Service Act against "any and nP ts" to repeal it. The •e -deplored" recent atthe measure and said its ras based on recommendafthe LeKion's Americanism kee. Ask Revision Lonment of the "racist" nabigins quota system is urgeded as a requisite to cor|of the injustices in the McIValter Immigration Law %  president Eisenhower has e To Chair >aign Cove, prominent in Miami Jewish affairs and civic and lent circles, was announced e lt as < hairmarTof the CamCommittec for Councilman I 1" for New Americans and United Synagogue of America. The statement was released through the NCRAC. A flexible immigration law should replace the present law, the statement declared to "enable this country to respond quickly and within the framework of our permanent immigration laws to such emergency situations as the President described in his message of April 23rd, calling for a program to admit an additional 240,000 persons." Recalling the President's assertion that "existing legislation contains injustices it does, in fact, discriminate," the Jewish groups called on him to "continue to give leadership to Congress so that this discrimination may cease." They urged immediate hearings by^Senate and House Committees, in accordance with the President's recommendation. A pair of subway strap-hangers receive direction from dramatic coach Mrs. Gershon Miller (seated below the stage) in rehearsal for the forthcoming presentation of Subway Rhapsody, a play by Professor Sam Hirsch, scheduled for presentation by the Beach Branch, Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. May 12th and 13th. The two "stiap-hangers" are William Cohen and Marie Morewitz. Other performers are: Al Balm. Howard Green, Sandy Michelberg, Bob Lyons, Aaron Gluckowsky, Sandra Tennant. Melvin Finn, Florence Shore, Zoe Starr, Maxine Brandeis, Charles Levine, Norma Greene and Leona Pagach. Proceeds of the play will go to the Campus Assistance Fund. Florida Region Hadassah Concludes Meet; Mrs. Klausner President Again The Florida Region of Hadassah hope that the new regional officers concluded its three-day annual conference on Miami Beach with a banquet at the Empress Hotel last Monday evening. Re-elected to continue in their regional offices were the Mesdames Herman Klausner, of Jacksonville, president; Irwin Weinstein, Miami Henry Cove It ion Turk. He said a strong orhas been formed to ir Turk's re-election. is vice chairman of Florida al Palsy Association and a r nt i lie Executive .Commit National Cerebral Palsy Ason. is general manager of Vogue ry and vice president of the •y and Dry Cleaners Board de. is a trustee of Miami Beach Center and a director in Its Club He belongs to the ZiOrgani/ation of America and s Lodge of B'nai B'rith. on the Board of Governors Miami Beach Chamber of and belongs to the Miach Kiwanis Club and Variub. He is a 32nd degree Mahriner and Elk. of his first activities under airmanship is to preside tothe teNtimonial luncheon beeld in honor of Councilman the Delano Hotel. nerce Judy Layne Sings • At Dade Auditorium Miss Judy Layne appeared in Sunday as part of a young artists' concert. She is one of a group of local contest winners sponsored by the Miami Music Club which supports National Music Week here. A mezzo-soprano, Miss Layne performed Hageman's Do Not Go, My Love; Grieg's I Love Thee; and Tschaikowsky's Adieu, Forets, from Jeanne d'Arc. Miss Layne is a senior student at Miami Beach High School. The 16-year-old singer studies Voice with Dr. Paul Beck, whose studio is at 434 NE 25th Street. u NEW YORK (JTA) — The 3,000 delegates to the UAHC Convention here -intensively discussed problems of the American Jewish community and adopted a series of resolutions on major issues. One resolution declared that "the McCarran-Walter Immigration Act should be promptly amended to correct its present discriminatory provisions." Beach, vice president; Miriam Sirkin. Miami Beach, vice president; and Albert Morrell, Orlando, treasurer. Others named to office are the Mesdames Benjamin Eisenstein, Sarasota, vice president; Ben Baer, Daytona Beach, vice president; J. J. Briefer, Hollywood, recording secretary; and Hyman Katz, Jacksonville, corresponding secretary. Some 150 delegates attended the Florida conference which was also witnessed by more than 180 visitors. The banquet Monday evening heard Mrs. Julian Ansell, of Newton Centre, Massachusetts, National Hadassah vice president and advisor to the three-day meeting, make a plea to the delegates to return to their community chapters and carry on the work of the Women's Zionist Organization. "We can not be certain," Mrs. Ansell said, "that future American policy toward Israel will be as friendly as it was two years ago." But, she added, one-half million Hadassah members could certainly make their wishes known to the US State Department. Reviewing the organization's contribution to the Jewish State's development, she warned that much still remained to be done in educating American women to the meaning of Zionism and Jewish tradition. In a brief address to the delegates, Mrs. Klausner expressed the would take up the activities of their posts with the vigor shown in the past by Hadassah's retiring leaders. The three-day conference included workshop symposiums on huj man relations and health. A panel! on intergroup activities was featured Sunday evening at the Empress, with Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, and Dr. Miller A. F. Ritchie, chairman of the Department of Human Relations at the University of Miami, participating. A medical luncheon was also held on Sunday during which Dr. Maurice Lev, Mount Sinai pathologist, discussed health horizons. ffrapp |f Holiday Camp To Open Arts and crafts and creative drawing will be featured in the Day Camp program sponsored by Hillel's Happy Holiday Summer Day Camp under the dual direction of Mrs. Morris A. Skop and Mrs. Lee Elman. The program will run from June 15th through August 15th, 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.. and will be operated at the Hillel House, Coral Gables. Swimming will be an important part of the day's activity, according to an announcement this week. A program of outdoor and indoor activities will be offered. Children from 4 to 11 years of age are eligible. See or Phone Me NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Life In*. Co. 907 Biscayna Bldg 1* W. 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li^ishJEIloiciidliicaun MIAMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY, MAY 8. 1953 SEC. B Bigot Sees Gerald L.K. Smith As Idol In Ardent Hate Books jer A. F. Ritchie (left), chairman of the Department of Relations at the University of Miami, receives a scroll _ie Greater Miami Chapter, American Jewish Committee, cognition of his activities on behalf of prom<>|ta*g interunderstanding. Handing Dr. Ritchie the sflroll m Dr. Weidberg (right), newly elected chapter president, ig on is Baron de Hirsch Meyer, outgoing president and 9 n of the Executive Committee. Jewith Floridi.n News Fe*tur Frank Britton, o£ Hawthorne, California, is ayoung hero-worshipper studying to become a hero. j Britton's current idols are of a peculiar stripe'.for an American not quite 33 years old, a veteran of World War H ini a former student at the University of Southern California.'They'rnclude: "The magnificent Gerald L. K. Smith, founder and leader of the Christian Nationalist Movement. "The gallant Major Williams, author of Know Your Enemy, and publisher of the Williams Intelligence Summary. "The firebrand editor of Common Sense, Conde McGinley. "The honorable John E. Rankin, of Mississippi." Weidberg Heads Miami AJC [Joseph M. Weidberg was president of the Greater [Chapter, American Jewish (ttee. at the annual meeting ast week in the Royal Palm le succeeds Baron de Hirsch who was elected honorary ent. [Miller A. F. Ritchie, chairfcf the Human Relations Dereported on the progress which is, Danbaum, being made in race relation* in the South. He emphasized trie responsibility which Southerners must assume in the resolution of these poblems and noted the high degree of acceptability which work in this field has recently assumed. Dr. Ritchie announced that he has been appointed president of nt at The University of Mi'• Hartwick College in New York eived a scroll in recognii State and that he plans to leave his his "courageous and sue-1 duties at the University of Miami at the conclusion of the present semester. Other officers elected in addition to Weidberg were Arthur S. Friedman, vice president; George J. 'Beilman, secretary; and J. Gerald pioneering in the creation is. programs, teachings and lies in the field of intergroup Standing." The presentation nade by Dr. Weidberg and on behalf of the chapter. iking on the challenge unity relations, Dr. Ritchie honorary chairman. Burton B. Goldstein, chairman, Jack August, George J. Bertman, Herman A. Binder, Leo Eisenstein. Herbert U. Feibelman, David B. Freeman, Arthur S. Friedman, Jennie Grossinger, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, J. Gerald Lewis, Jay J. Lynn. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Leo Robinson, Joseph M Rose, William D. Singer, Dr. Joseph M. Weidberg and Richard F. Wolf son. Membership Committee Chairman Burton B. Goldstein, announced that 114 new members had joined during the current membership drive. Seymour Samet, Southeast Area director, welcomed the new members and the 1 ^iets" ^"called" These descriptions of Britton's heroes — sort of a Who's Who in American anti-Semitism — are in his owif *of/


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PAGE 10 B *Jc1s*nt *J£*rL ii^A^sy > MORRIS C FRANK pnniod 'h V..T m l Bonvb !•*?!_ -*> .,ord awnj April Jh Mr <....'ami Honcn ,* S". "^i, 5* pnat is anrviird t^ law daiktr*. Mr* v nr> cmnrn* '"V" 1 >p _,.~i wwu£%m of Mia-m .n7nr, wa .. Mr ** ~ ? lf 7!-rnk. Nm lUvm two aoo*. H H li-idon of Miami iM < %  Gordon Sprln**M*r> inJ Kmum; w*:o nrnt Jo Now Ha^ intorraont by t".->r\on Fnnoral LltfllHARRY SCMEIFER T*, of &f SW M St pnmol away April SHid H bad Uvod hor tot th* S IM rnr*. v-.min(i from Spr-.nanoM. am.. aid m a rourod mttm pkrtwo cameraman Survrvod nm. Mrs Ja^tt Altaun. I Miami Sorviroo woro nold la tko Miami I k*r%  -nrr: Horn* Bjna. was at Mt Sinai Memorial Park. IT. Louis GBa— was elected president of the Dade County Cbapter. Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants, at its annual election dinner. HARRY RORICL i>f llti* Btocnyno Blvd. .„„ >VrdTtaMav. April 1SnJ ;, %  hv.l boop'ta' > rvixod r-} oia M.-tkor. Anna Fr4rL Homatno .woro oot to Cbioaco. UL. for aor\H-*a and inlornwal b> Miair.l R.*rald*. ISRAEL riSHMAN *S N.-rlfc I*tk Atnw. HoBy%  n Ma lt. in a local bnnitaL Ho U o nfri To u k> k wif*. H**W: thro* sons. Jack. Lmii* and Tftooind on* donsktor Mr* Poarl W. MlMl wor* oa aanawy at tS Hollywood J*wi*k Comaiunit> Cantor, with regains son' kl Newark Now J*ro?. by Tko Miami Rlx*r% %  10* Hebrew School Ladies Slate Insliillalion Mrs. William Weintraub will 1* JT president of the Miami Hebrew t'^U'v^rVaaa .nd Vti^H School and Congregation Sister % rank. bob •* "* *'.*ii 0 Tom" hood durin *** com*"* year. LUt-L a 1 ^ MaVi -MSSC Ma*?** other officers named to posts at CUeoNo m i J '^Sa'2 ,r -J-^,i a recent Sisterhood election are %  S Sh^iJ^-r^^rnrf •_£ the •** d mes Edwd LBecker. lean'* ruaorai Homo wttk B **"' ',£** I honorary president: Irvin Serkin. "-oJ^n ta ,^2.rV' -* s ** -** presideBt; Peter Duchon. 2nd •ice president: Jack Stone, treasurer. Michael Blank, financial sec retarjr. The Mesdames Max S. Newber ger. corresponding secretary: Philip Bendel. recording secretary: and Benjamin Sokoloff, first honorary Board member Board members include the Mesdames ACohen. S. Cohen. N. CorlFiedler. S. Her L^ ALattrr^NOTICE UNDER~r7T;~—OIBHON .S d A*. iM.adT ^ ^-^l | Com*tor? JOSEPH RAIMOWlT TT t JoftoronO! Avono. d tod In a h[r of tho Miami Boaoti J ewSjni Contor *nlw l ^"'? d h J*.. *d Snoat throo *n. IrMajt. Nat and 1 a nd tkroo dauktor* Mr*. Dott| Bosonnors. Mrs Jonnio Kankvn aa Mr. ."Wir Am> Sorrtcoo -oro at tfco Rrrordo Moaoorml CkapoL • h mtr.-mont la Now Tort • MRS. ETTA SELMA AI.RERT li. of *• X Moridlan Av Mi*a.i Mizrarki Worn*>m Lmmmrk Memh+r 4 ampai*,* NEW YORK — Fift> thousand rsembers of the Murachi Women* Organization of America are now launching a thirt>-da> Mother and Taughter membership campaign, it was announced here by Mrs. Aaron Neustadter. national membership chairman of the women's reugjousZjoaist orginirntton. MoUkfi^aao-daaghter erents are scheduled m major cosanitMuties throughout the IS. Mrs. Neustadter reported, with the intensive period of the campaign set for May 10th through 17th. highhghtinc V-thers Day ceremonies wtuch wii! see 230 chapters of Murachi Women pledge continued and expanded aid to youth and newc om ers in Israel Mui-Ti: Beach Murachi Women %  hold their Mother* Iks] Meet ing on Saturday evening. May 9th. it S 15 p m. in the social hall of Congregation Beth Jacob. NATHAN ROTHMAN of >; N\V ota Avow. dod on April r>tk S^r'W.-oo woro at tko Boach Memorial Otapoi oa tko Wtk. MARRY BERKOWITZ bt f 4TXW tk Aronao "to) on April :k A toraa of w.--td War lull rrskdonl noro for tko past IS xrar*. ko I* norriood ky fete -• %  rV<. k: motkor. MoTno two nor.* and two nrvtkor*. Sorriro* noro *t tno Rlnnldi Moaaonal CnapoL wttk InTtrmont on Moant Sinai Comotor? ton. H Feldan. M „ *££: man. S. April S Heiken. D. Hecht ,nr^^ A fr^-Uo'."iS^i D Kleber B. Kelemer. R. Levui. Itr%.sk, *£*• %  %  !?? ^kri*. ,W of |T. Mages. D Meitxer. S. Helfand. ^^rand^Mr^^oUS • t Perlnun, F Rapwort R. Bock w-orv*ot.r M*. .and^Jj*^ ,SaJ • oH. F. Sieget. B. Schneider. M. j Bonc. w 'klpi. uk bnrini in Mt Nob stein, j Schwadroo and M. SpiegeL ^-oaaot.r? installaUon will be at 1 pj^, oa MM HANNA LEW ||n jjth Bshhi Simon April will InT'nlw. 'xtsT C"n-e%s?5^ •• installing twicer, with Mrs._Af> NOT.CE W^JPySj NOTICE !.-• • tno nnminH'i _JMM an k, PAC-UX-JAI Aj-rs NAME CA W ""•I %  ylvnnla Ai '} Rl a-nSr-s 5-1 HAHRT EUUJuJ ARTH, $&gP*m J Lincoln Bead, Miami I IN THE CRCI. t coyiiT -ELEVENTH JLO.CIAL cin FLORIDA. IN AND FM ?M ,C*MJNTT. IN CHANCERY iu*. 'rXORE-Vrr • TH H\{r v*. J'JHN STILUAM HASLOt., NOTICE OF PUoLiarnS TOC JOHN WILUAM HS JR.. • { %  wwnrr llth ----v Jrr*r : t. j vnrtl 2^tk Sat unr noon m* | ^* ^ j*r*o) o*V from Bnffalo. XT. Snr, rij u charge of the program. Canaro korok? eoti' d taat B J o,^ktw*Bt*S h, 'ir^o. .ST J!*nl} | or Berele Kelemer -ill render setr££ M ^ kjj %  _i__ i_ in.rr.to Ranrk Mnril oral mucu-al nelectiOBS. urn a MM rj .. %  r*. M-A BonCOIMf T lC On nam ^mmumm r ton* nnaco la BnfTanx Bonok Moaaorial graj musical selections. Ohnnolnna In rnarro o tocnl armno, it* I MRS. CELIA JOSEPH •*. of :." :''-* SttrooL Naai Bn<-k diod Ut tko past .. a aon! Horbort. and ono dnnsktor M INorja lfo fonr Motor*. Mnant woro wni v, Took CUj for nnk tko Rjonmdo Momotial EDWARD STAHL lltn Aoo. daod April ** %  %  "~', nonwtnl. Ho bad boom n MlanM rent' Minli drTfor i yoanSwrrtonr. tarlwanlna | omi Tiro. Mr* Mar? sani. too. wan**-1 &cM representative of the Lnited Hoffman Here Wmr WSSA Hoffman, southeastern RV CELIA JOSEPH .—j-^ j^u ttro dwnskfjHd upuwKitnre of the Urn ^"To-SjSTfc £SS^^^ 1 ^'A^^\^^ for New Jmmfmm J. ;J roar*, ah* h> nnnrf by % %  nwtor* Muo Mary Stnbl and Miami today to diaCUSS With lewd r ** rt *** %  "*" l r : Mr*. Bva aboamovrtn. aB of atanL | _,i. c^^ial T..uL. %  rty. SWornann. Swo ak St^^Vo^Xu Monaay Xb *• •** %  S"?* 1 ServM ." „ today to discuss with If din .."li M-v-t [wf the Jewish Social Senriee Bur Rror*MV Monwnal CnapoL wttfe nor* tm aad Miami SecUon. NataOOal Council of Jewish Women, the ABRAHAM ? A :*ttor fm Shlmrdny Hr -^*r* ic^ No C LSXV aiod oa by kt> aoox in LEON WEISS >. to immigrauon and nadWd April SSth. m a k*cwl ii i ini l Woa-illd wood tare •**•**— aro froaa Itawrt. NJ. and oorawd aj SADIE *-flEOA*l XW.fHk Stroot dWd on Mai d A roaadont boro for tno pan* raw oar*. ono a. anTvivod by nor .Harxoa. ono br•^rkor and two *-.-^ .VordoB Fwnoral Hoono wan n .-karr* of a m —-i m i nt *MARRY *ARTH B of Iwnipann noawf. od on Ma? V -ooMVet thoro for tno pa*t 11 TO*.**. n mi tno on nor of tbo Barth ; o i a. o woro la taw runorai Hoax intoraaont on Monat Sbaal Ooaartory of Xow Took now? nr* AC* froaa Potrmt. wbrrt n* The Serrice to Foreign CwawaMllii of the National Council of Jewish Women, tnget h t r lawawaB of several ether Jeware moli n g with at the Biscayne Terrace LEONARD BERNSTEIN M' •: ka ko^o la rkikanilikw Ho naia ta naod a %  a tor boon* at Mil Dntosln Rand. MsaBonriL SorW-oo woro on wttk mtoi %  I at v ksnl KUmerxnan Unveiling The dedtcatkon of a monument to the menory of the late Helen Khmii mm formerty of 333 T5th Street. Miami Beach, will take place Sunday. May 10th. 1 pa. on the Beth David Plot of Mt Siaai Misaniiil Park Cemetery, with %  kwM Mrs. Puntrwian is swrmed by WELLMAN Efffl *jraw-M CMAJ-1 hnv 1743 BAY 0AD •• wmm Mrs. %  :• and six menu are a charge of Palsser's \ Miaou Monument C Friends and relatives are asked to ^ ,' OSCAR BLUM T*. of ) SW =nd A' M I fc*r j ,,nr*. roaaknc ttmmj Dajtw. LiBto. Ho waa a rotamd sroo*r a nt %  sunnod by U wifo. B> tor*. Mr.. Etn^ Xnck. and Mr*. Bit* Moltnor. of ,M- r (.•*. asd naaaa* wor* Lavnl nrrnawenaont I of Gorwona ETTA SELWA ALRERT of 83* Xootn __-< in; Satnrnay. April M-* AkMrt ttvod nor* (or tno I* yonr* and in i l oo d by two Liwan*na. or Totnrv. of itor, SnUnsflman will present the leans of adj ust m e n t that the American mnst aneet and the new problems that hare grown out of the McCarraa Act. LEGAL MOTICE NOTICE UNOCR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW m •TTCEtt H EJUEBT <1IVEX tnat SABATOCA BAR. at SSw) X V Ttk A TO. latond In i it o r nant anan* oritb tno Clark of tk* CVrult Cvnrt of Dawn Conaty. FWrthv JXJCEPH DE L4.-CC1A PATRICIA tE Lt'CCIA STEPHEN r KESSUER atawmoy for AnnBennta < &W 2nd Mm W U -n ff ..: %  "•• copy of rooraaww, to tno E:. of Conanai a attomri MAX nX S i y ki K Bu-.Mtas. Kant, and ftt* tno or-.-_.. Aaorw, las n? tn* oft, of tk* Ckfti CarewX Cnwrt on or bafwt ikt| of Jan.. l*U If TOO u t." Jansmial by %  i.finH .:U M irainot ywa lor tat nWi tno Citt of CT-.JUI DONE ANI' • RDetO Ploridn. tbl '.• -Jaj of It E B LEATHI %  Tork CtrcoX CL.* I*J'onaij FlorojJ B? M C. OPXES, (Clrewit Cowrt ^oal> MAX R. SILVER *B Sawnooi BuikLac Mani 1 Attorney f. r F'. /s-u-g-a NOTICE TO C£0IT0j •M THE COLNTy JUOOETI IN AND FOR OAOE CC FLORIDA IN OROtATE. Nil la R E OF IRVIN-1 ~<'UH T* AB Ood-.tro* and AI Pwi Cnvur-t -r : •naaa> Arinfl in Ton. and -ark • pad %  -I u Icaalaa* and i--^ad rtnl of j^ T_... hw if _ito r : R N ; ROIL lb*t* Of tWdo 3tT fWwtl I a-Torati* <4f*t d I I Canary, and f.K Ik • %  kl !aatko* 4a A* •-nm.tr Wat? r.-xaw. wilntl %  nwrki rroa tar nwf : Donof. BnU :-. -AC kj Bin of tk* .-dloU to and nr.ritl NOTICE UNOCR FICTITIOUS MAME LAW MOTIOK 1^ HEREBT 'iiVEN tkat kaanTiio" ondrr tko f WOu an* name of Tint STREET AT1-AXT1C STATION, at TOM X W. 2nd Avona*. nv U ad tn rnrartor mid aaano wttk tk* CVi k of tk* CtrtiMt Cowrt of Oad* Cnwaty. r moral wor* m Mm of Gor. Sam Gyson To Speak MIASU Beach Lodge. B nai B nth. wiU hare as gwest speaker at the TwlBwnl hnkrhonei nwili n g oa May D 15 p-av. at the Natjaaal Hotel. Sam Gysaa. tator i iiiawkg b Gilbert J km. prtitdenf Gershea S ts l—i hi 111 %  N>—V-V^^O^V^ ^N-^o^%—w^o YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR ON NEW TIME WINZ proodly MOUS rtASATTB MlLTViN BERUNER FRANK KISHNER MA • MKF.MELX. Attamor anr ApnoMnnt* loot Btorayn* Ifaialiaa Wk-IS-S-B NOTICE UNOCR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE B HEREBT G1VRX tkat i, aillrws tn I—B* kv tk* fbrtrUnaa mat of BaCTS WLUL at < to*. Oaa Lack*. Fkor_ .-*B-M(or nud mat w-.tk i tko Oork / tk* CwcwM nf Cawrt of Ondo County. Ftaram. JOSEPH & BROWTX MORTON HOLSMAN HITXER B HI INfcR lit %  -fynmin RkkX. Mbwna. Fkv I Attnraoya Bar Branrna* a Mon • Woar Dnto Apr V £J2? M • ^ Aaaawkwa 1R\'N ; ROfK. BERNAK: _A. Tkt Co*wrr : x Rant .NOTiCE -N3ER WTq N*WE L*w x'' %  =2 -, tk* mil i flona-M < jWini --' • ; -' Jtl *" 1 i A-E sr: R '"' *** %  IO N E Conaty. rVr, ^*."*J 5Cnwrt KtTtT W-: ] Attorn*. "3 1 Ono Ikanhi P. ._: --ifdaW J j t.ii-r-> XOTt ^1 IB* awdoraw--: '**?*__ SSTTU-N .••.•• tad a,***** ."V_ rwr^cor at '^Jr\ tbo Cwowit %  < n-t-a. ^n MAX R *ava L*—t GRADE ^ -A4AW PRODUCTS %  SQ'CI SERVING j PAT//.'*T W WJBI rnri ILL I GREATEB j MIAMI Gmpl* AW/ &p**£Me M IAMI TITLt QhtroctCo. orTnu m txABt cootn CHILDREN NEED $-3T HABOLD SHAHmO 0*00^0^^*1 aWnBnBS*a w* a nW a ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE c- m TTJilBOwi 1



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MGE2A r?— i-* **%\ Five New Members Beefed To Mow* %  Hospttd Board Of Trustees Harold Shoptro Heods BeocJi JWV ~" Cuti % %  tf Kaon feaM a aenjt a *af CfcaaajaBaaa. t 3 LADY WILL SHARE Ewm Greco, re•eeretarj. and Pearl liau Seere ta ne s are Kn E. Later. Mn law Lcsoc Bard, to rropoidi: g Xn Itn^ Graadverg will be •*** 2!!S" -^f 2?* %  %  %  CMAFIIS IN MIAMI AND MIAMI IIACH rr-.jeet win fee Jtrs. J Breaaer. Mr K. Lwuc adKnl Ber i will be a dnrge f Jewish artrnties af la* oe W73. MM I* df*e are Erefra Sure*. Luhaa ^ S9 *^f -**• "^ Draw, .ad Oara £ wt> bSS ^~ I far tfee past two years A — fee if i ii 1U fey K Jewish Funerals >* I. %  ff %  % %  i ll III I I I • — I Now is the TIME for HAROLD SHAPIRO Pull Lever To Elect Your (i^a i^n i ii. .* %  HAROLD SHAPIRO Memorial Chapel TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS UWK. Flakier ^20di Afe* 1236 Waakaapow Ac • ** %  I fKHOll AMBlLtM E 5EKVtCE £DWUU) T MM*\ F L\ >EW It IIOULU II ll>\



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PAQK ItB Mother's Day Fete At A Mothers Day Prafrasa u ^] praatatew at the rajalar saaatiag. of the baon Center Sisterhood on Wednesday evenia*. May l***-) at P n The children of the Bas Mittvafc and Bar Mitivah classas. nader the Zamora Center direction of Mrs. Bernaardt Chessnan and Mrs. Joe Rogers, will pre ast a musical pasjrkM eatr" Mother's Alhana. The east taerades Helen Altman. Hartette Ostrie, Gail Ostrie. Sharon Kalmus. Pfeyltts Hamburg. And,rey Borak. Bnm a Grfcj, JJJ !bnr.Le S bIUbenowi c | l T nh *me*nd. Allan AtaJ^' .Uaberannx MicaneJ Lie, ,Sam Matter and ^ • Special prarerj wiu ^ ^ Sam Matter and Mica^u* 1 ainn. A tribute to matken by Allen Ahman. AhVWM K $WsWits taw la* Scmeoi. Aaaa Miiha cad Ooroi Smith. >• an*.hag • %  or. thv ** vi than Aaaaml t §gaat Bfcgaj h*i xat www* Ml schvxi atwMoruaa. Lear Scnool Senior Day Presents Musrcal Comea> MoonfiaM Madness MmgaMMa parenfc. %  tmmts *c* amNd. was the ?>a a austcai eo *-' ar-tarn. acet*d ami jtrecwd >? tw*ir>Md V."J*V bwxlar tth T*W. BJ p*re> a the aVasji jt sewm *ceo were ?ajnN >* •W> -it. -At -wax**ciass. "Thu^ *w H •-* *< ti*cR*e y*Oh*S AtminiiirafiaH sttt-reaaatw sad •i-*>ion. >ad Mrs. Lear MM.-cfO,-*u.w at anasx .arwcuon aid %  M *<*> .-uscihew JUT Ata a tavtr swat tasnt aac Mi *-., .* w act "•tur* • Wa* tear :*.<*vof\ *u***i seanie •**> cto*aav. i *** *• &f • |0kj -.v MM. MM U*r asMMr pnj .* MM pmant pneawrs***? .<*** at MM MMM ** MJa.. S*NKW CmaaM x .* *tv*ram. > K K %  -. ash* %  asjasl I Uiv* m Vs*v,r>Jla !• Jewish I MM IftdM a a • SXL.VSCSS Jaw* -*au J i—fl jMotr*. jaws ^aviar* • $nMUL.\rss •yai?. • ?CVES M MMms Q0 THE CCCPCK AXT MAX rr TODAY .-vVNTapO? - van MMhx r^Stf ?i.iwtuc^ i>v >M Jk-tuaa ^ rv; t>oac wstm Sad> Xins* aaajaj — i n r' — ti >eoow? '-?vir^oiM jr<. Oaal -e*a smut ^*ac asarsawaant, ana war* taMmsJal -UM Praasfai Jhartama n^ x.r.n .iwi a> -JC aruaar r jar irwwa \ Jrasaair m i aa rinr a, •^w v^taat. J aJasi tr >ir>. 3ara* 9SarNav wasaaachar Majmhajat K -a* iwuar amp aaaaui Mfuua at 'A* aii t aaai a ae • %  Ml KOSHER CAKE NO SENSE WAITING'. HOST RESPECTED GUARANTS S 1 hjmsiVV'ht^s^w^w^VSp^w^wN EASY CRED4TT S1.W NORTON TKE CO, INC *++++++++++++** + *++++++*