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The Jewish Floridian ( May 15, 1953 )

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%  %  %  I Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY ^^27—Number 20 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1953 PRICE: TEN CENTS n h\ Dulles-Led Mission In Near East i% k. !" £*^1 MSA Bill Seeks Agreement For Total Defense JTA Dispatch ft w Tibor Rubin. Long Beach. California, first Jewish. prioner fenter Freedom Village, Korea, receives warm words of nfort from Chaplain Murray Rothman. \is First Hebrew Words Two Years Bring Tears IFREKDOM VILLAGE. Korea (NJWB) — The first Jewish tee came luKh ihe processing tents at Korea's Freedom Village here on Tues j April 21st Pfc. Tibor Rubin, of Long Beach. California, had been tisnwr of the North Koreans for two-and-a half years He was lured while on duty with the 8th Cavalry Regiment, 1st <-*valry fion. United States Army. He was wounded in U4eg and came a stretcher case. iBut his long period of imprisonment seem to havfe left rWscarsion kpirit. He smiled freely when asked how he had 8? long with fcaptors. "I'll tell you." he said, "I knew how V ,k A 0 .* 0 £ esc. I had experience with the Nazis before them. And then ne hubm was born in Hungary. He and his parents were interned haa concentration camp during part of World War 0 Both his r ,nd father perished in the camp. When Rubin got dut he_ came I nited States. After being in the country for 18 months, he enin the Army and landed in Korea. It was there that he was lured in November, 1950. '' „;„„ B |The newly freed soldier shed tears onuhamedly when given a fer book by Chaplain Murray I. Rothman, ofthe WJri" 1 ^ Wly beginning to pray, he .ebbed: "Bits ftfiJgffgft id I've seen in more than two years." The Mezuzzah Rubin receivea [regular issue, but the chain came from a contribution by a Catholic foain Right here, in the tent of Korea's Freedom Village herecited ferayers. And then, with the prayer book and a Bible in to hand br Rubin was placed in a helicopter and evacuated to the next stop Bis way home. WASHINGTON—A new attempt by the United States to bring about peace between the Arab States and Israel was foreshadowed by Secretary of State John Foster Dulles who told the House Foreign Affairs Committee that these attempts would be based on the proposed Mutual Security Aid bill introduced by the administration. Mr. Dulles, prior to his departure for the Middle East and Israel, said that the new bill, which contains I allocations of $194,000,000 in economic aid for the Near East, represents an attempt to bring about Arab-Israel peace treaties by dealing with the area as a whole. The bill contains a stipulation that the Arab States and Israel will be required to provide non-aggression assurances. Included in the bill was a request J for $475,000,000 in military aid for the'region including Greece, Turkey and Iran, as well as the IsraelArab area. These military funds will be available "to any organization created pursuant to a regional defense arrangement to which the United States shall have become a party, to any nation in the area participating in any such arrangement, or to any other nation in the Near East or Africa which the President determines to be of importance to the area and whose increased ability to defend itself the President determines to be important to the security of the United States." Such determination, it is specified, must be reported to the combined Foreign Relations and Armed Services Committee of the Senate and House. No specific breakdown was made of the exact amounts to go to the individual Near Eastern countries. Aid For Security No military assistance will be rendered the Arab states or Israel unless the "recipient has agreed that equipment, materiel, or services provided will be used solely to provide internal security, its legitimate self-defense, or to perContinued on Page A TEL AVIV (JTA) — Both governmental leaders and police officials were hastily preparing this week for the arrival Wednesday of US Secretary of State John Foster Dulles and his party. The Secretary, accompanied by Mutual Security Director Harold Stassen and Assistant Secretary of State Henry Byroade, were scheduled to remain here over Thursday before proceeding to Jordan. on their fact-finding tour of the Near East and Asia: The police were preparing for expected Communist anti-Dulles demonstrations and for a proDulles demonstration by the AntiCommunist League. The editor of Kol Haam, the Communist daily newspaper, has been arrested and charged with incitement and with •defamation" of Secretary Dulles. He was later released on bail. Meanwhile, caricatures and cartoons of Mr. Dulles have been chalked on walls in this city, and he has been called a "warmonger". Several youths were arrested here Monday for scrawling such caricatures on buildings. The Mapam Central Council and the Committee for Peace, which is controlled by the Mapam, has announced that it will not hold any anti-Dulles demonstration. Churchill Plea Meanwhile. Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill declared in the House of Commons that it was the "duty" of Britain to see to it that Israel received "fair play" in the Middle East and pledged that "nothing we shall do in the supneral Riley Feels: ruce Commission Is Inadequate u m it on.-J W)MM CtorcMil wonts Mr play % % %  "" %  SITED NATIONS (JTA)—The ti of Staff of the troce superMi organization in Palestine, %  tenant Gen. William E. Riley, pday informed the United NaSerurity Council that the matry of the Israel-Jordan Mixed listice Commission bad become idequate" because of the way delegates acted as lawyers fecuting or defending a case. •• said that public opinion on sides had become inflamed semiofficial reports on incl>'s published before investiga1 and thus the chairman of the Smission found himself in the '"''on of acting as a judge aty lln H to decide "between con— "hng conclusions," commission, General Riley %  aid, is effective only when both I parties are ready to use it to settle their difficulties, when they willingly cooperate in "investigation. "Such is not the atmosphere I today in the Israel-Jordan Mixed Armistice Commission," he emphasized. • ••The time has arrived for the two governments to review the problem of infiltration and perhaps other problems." ""SL^B said in his report. He added that he had approached Israel and Jordan on this matter and had received a favorable reply from the Israeli Government. He indicated that none had yet been received from Jordan. The UN official referred to "the serious violation of the cease-fire in Jerusalem" on April 22nd and 23rd. He said it was impossible, to find out who had started the shooting However, he declared, "Israeli firing at people in open space in front of Damascus Gate, a usually crowded spot, has given rise to much emotion. This may be considered a most flagrant violation of cease-fire. The cease-fire was also violated by the other side when several Israeli civilians were fired at in other areas." General Riley also referred to the isolated shot on the afternoon of the 23rd of April which came from the Israel side but caused no casualties. "When these shots were reported, the Israel delegation investigated immediately and apologized," he sail Council For Judaism Hits Zionist Activity SAN FRANCISCO (JTA) — Attacks on Israel and Zionism were continued at the 10th annual convention of the American Council for Judaism last week-eqd by George L. Levison, a former State Department officer assigned to the Middle East, and Dr. Morris S. Lazaron. Dr. Lazaron, addressing a panel discussion at the Council convention, called for the three major faiths in the United States to unite in helping to achieve justice in the Middle East. Dr. Lazaron hit out at the American Rabbinate for failing to lift "its voice" in behalf of the Palestine Arab refugee. "Where in the pronouncements of the Social Justice Commission of the Central Conference of American Rabbis and the Union of American Hebrew Congregations and Synagogue Council of America is there any mention of the plight of the hapless Moslem and Arab sufferers? Does Jewish nationalism crowd out every feeling of sympathy for any Continued on Pas* • A Jehu Fsf*r Dulles ... en a figh Trope plying of aircraft to this part of the world will be allowed to place Israel at an inferior disadvantage." Speaking during an important foreign policy debate in the House, Sir Winston, who identified himself as a faithful supporter of the Zionist movement since the Bali four Declaration in 1917, said that %  "it was very unfortunate that no peace"" had been made between Israel and the Arab states. He exi pressed the hope that the problem of the Palestine Arab refugees j will "receive continuous consideration" and that the "peculiarly un. timely bickering" between Israel and Jordan will be "brought to an end with mutual advantage to both sides." In conclusion the Premier, who Continued on Page 5 A Reds Return 'Aryanized' Property VIENNA (JTA>—In a move without precedent in the eight years since the Allied Powers took over control of Austria, the Soviet occupation authorities have consented to release some Jewish-owned property "aryanized" by the Nazis after the 1938 Anschluss, it was learned here. The property in question consists of several buildings located in the Soviet sector of Vienna which were owned by the Rothberger family and confiscated by the Nads in 1938. An Austrian court returned the title to the property to the family, but the Soviet authorities had up to now refused to recognize the court's decision. The Soviet position has always been that such property was German-owned, therefore subject to seizure as enemy property, despite the original ownership. At the last meeting of the Executive Committee of the Allied Control Council, the Soviet representative offered to turn over the property to the Austrian Government for disposal at the discretion of the Austrian authorities. The Western representatives agreed.



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PAGE 2 A *• Jewiit fitrkMar FRIDAY MAY BINDER NAMED CHAIRMAN OF BIG DAY HERE JUNE 14 15, A dinner honoring Mrs. Louis Glasser on her return from Israel and a Bonds for Israel Government Day on Sunday. June 14th. are being planned as the Israel Bond OrSanitation's two leading functions for the next four week period, it was announced here by Joseph Rose. Greater Miami chairman of Israel Bonds, following a five-day visit to this area by Dr Abraham Biran. Governor of Jerusalem and the Xegev. Dr. Biran addressed a number of Zionist. Farband and Pioneer Groups during his stay, relating the important role investment capital from Israel Bonds is playing in building up Israel. A first-hand report of economic conditions in the Jewish State will be given by Mrs. Glasser at a dinner to be held in the Saxony Hotel on Sunday. May 31st Her visit, under the auspices of State of Israel Bonds, coincided with Israels fifth anniversaryand as a member of the women's delegation, she witnessed the birthday celebrations there and met informally with the country's leaders. With the acceptance of the post. *U?HZ? bT r!! nMr ? l nd r-'eil oneway effort the most im r-233 Pinetree Drive, for Miami s i i BIG Day oservance on Sunday. June 14th. preparations here for full-scale paruciation in the oneday coast-to-coast effort for Israel Bonds are well under way. accord ing to R In accepting his position as chairman. Binder issued a call for volunteer workers to assist in visiting every Jewish family in the f M—it? on June 14th to obtain MS subscriptions for the State of Israel Bond issue. • Day. htch will nark the ciimax of the Spring. 1953 phase of the Israel Bond drive, can rei nd to Israel's efforts to achieve economic self".;• Binder asserted That is why I consider th:> ;>• portant single community-wide function yet undertaken in behalf of Israel Fmphasiring the vital need for investment capital to build and expand agriculture and industry in Israel. Binder pointed out that, since its inception two years ago. the Israel Independence Bond Issue has helped to develop new industrtes. modernize-. faYlRsdnd construct roads nilvan harbors and power lines "With the help of a large corps of volunteer workers who will bring into people's homes the of Israels urgent need for mark in local efforts to expand investment in the State of Israel Bond issue." Binder added Binder is from New York City and was educated in schools there, as well as at New York University. He entered the textile field in 1930. and later was named adjuster for 33 insurance companies. He held the post for the next 12 years. Binder purchased a home in Mi ami Beach in 1942 In 1945. he took over operation of the RiU Plaza Hotel on the Beach and sold out in 1948 to take over the Sorrento Hotel, which he directed until last year. He is currently building the Brittany Hotel on the site of the Sun 0 _. and Surf Villas He h a s three tSeaCll lAMgC bUtteS *rrX"£St Officer Installation ami Beach, and Mrs. Minnie j MUM Bench will be the center Schatsburg. Long Island. N. Y. j of important statewide B'nai B'rith Binder is a director of the Miami conference*, it was learned this Beach Jewish Center. Temple Beth | •** Sholom. North Shore Jewish Cen ter and has taken an active inter-' est in the Jewish Home for the! L njU l M h "^ urt Aged, the United Jewish Appeal and the Men's Club of the Miami Beach Jewish Centre. •*?* &f Mr*. W vinstein Head* Florida Zionist Yamth Mrs. Irwin Weinstein. Miami Beach, president of the Greater Miami Hadassah Chapter and vice president of the Florida Hadassah Region, was elected chairman of the newly-formed Florida Zionist Youth Commission at the Commission's organizational session held on May 5th. at the Empress Hotel. Sponsored as the educational youth agency' of Florida Hadassah growth and its and ZOA. the Commission is head• dol<* b > Arthur Pa !" f Orlando. Rabbi Moses MesDr. Ali lull Khan. Persian Diplomat and Art "%  -the Sword of Office used by Ministers and HtohrS'-*! the Persian Gc^reniment. to Hebrew AcademyXw?^ Roney Plan Hotel exhibition of historic PeiswHrV^*! en hawiicralL Shown with Dr. Khan aboveT Spoher, Hanrey Silver, Sandra Kotz and Irving Private Scl Nne Officer, The Private Schools of Dade County held nttj ing of the year at the several Florida State officials of j Country Day School B'nai BTith will attend the annual! New officers elected (a eol year 1953-1954 ^ Beach Lease. dent, Harold R MajannT_ The affair is scheduled for the Abbott Gardens Prime Saxony Hotel on Sunday evening.. pee president May 24th. United States Senator George A. Sanathers will be principal speaker. leading the out-of-town group to be present at the event will be Edward L Cutler, newly elected president of the Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges. Paul Seiderman is chairman of the BanKermandy SchoolB quet Committee. .. _. „ the Riviera D„> School; tin Ellen Shields Bowman, of lit] shore Kiddie Gardens. Guest speakers at the were Henry Fox. president d| Principal's Club of Dade I and Mr. Leo Bles. As i lives of the Dide Cosatr Cni| fense Association, they get i nation and :r. -•.rjctious %  i defense. B Camena,(jJ Scbooi. secrttan.l ther H. Shaver, of the Country Day School; asdl Mrs Sybil Mannheimer, Mannheimer School Executive Con are Dr. Laura ua Ct mh w i n ; Leo Hubereea, ] Zukemick Again Heads District Welfare Board Harry' Zukemick. Miami Beach attorney, was re-elected chairman of District Welfare Board No. 9 for the third successive year. Named vice chairman was Thomas B. .'Duff. Miami attorney. Zukemick has been a member of the Board since 1947. Duff is MADE RESH DAJ4.Y IN MIAMI! Tasty 1 tion of District Welfare Boards and has been a member of the District Board since 1950. a rrseWy chirred co e aft) bftttr ,.ra* Wc* hentmadt fc'ffd or r/eror fosse os/y oa fserors. vice chairman taw I is expected that BIG Day cb ,, o(( of Mumi ^^ trMsurer in Miami will reach a high-water and Mrs. William Goldman, of Jacksonville, recording secretary. The May 5th meeting, called by I Mrs. Herman Klausner. of Jacksonville, president of the Florida Hadassah Region, and by Robert Persky. of Augusta. Georgia, president of the Southeastern ZOA Region, was the first of two meetings scheduled this spring and early 'to divide the Southern Zionist Youth Commission into two separate and independent Youth Commissions. The other meeting is scheduled for June 14th. in Hen, dersonville. North Carolina AroVocVe rweef or l^htty so/fed IT: Sunny Bxook gAuwwuj, 9nc rWe T-OOC I 21M kW. 13th Ave, Miami. Re. Shapiro Urges More Digiiity In Reach Council Activities Harold Shapiro. Miami Beach civic and veterans' leader who is a candidate for City Council, said Wednesday that "now is the time for our council to grow with oar' %  city '" He said that "almost no dignity has been retained by —of, to the detriment of our community Shapiro told more than 100 workers at a rally at the Sorfcomber Hotel that, "I sen gratified at the %  support I am receiving froea every section of the city. Yon told me to ran independently and I have j followed your advice.** i The former Zionist president and i Commander of the Jewish War Veterans urged that the city engage' -<*ulified expertsas soon as pos-,' sable to make a complete traffic surrey of Miami Beach. "I believe that the question of one-way ver-' sns two-way traffic should bane* i more on safety than on monilui values Of course, p iop ei lj valuation would be con sa aeied in mak or maintaining Shapiro said. The former chairman of the Jewish Nation Fond Council reported that he is -reedy and willmer to debate any candidate on "And I believe any othI be willing to do the stew,S. J. Freed. & Hi. Rr-ptiM n HEBBEW BOOK STOIUB 417 Washington A vs. Between Fourth and Fifth Sta Hebrew Tor Osn. ft-Ml? MY WOMEtS SS tUal COLORED MAIM PART TIME OR FULL Tin}] IN PR vATE HOME! SPECIALIZBG Maids Dishwasbtn ACE EMPLOYNOT HE IM A*. PS I N Ourg* ta E m ll H ALEX DRUCKEt c Music Tead l SKMfni9 m %  *** f ml All O uu km } Call 2-44M > mttm. CHAPELS IN MIAMI AND MIAMI IIM Jewish Funerals s tro d hSee Whether orthodox, eoeseratie or aervices are deaired. RiersidV* many ) experience nre vemr sesurance that rT will be mutwterv nheerved. Memorial Cluiptl TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS RH ft iWAlOT \lf^i a! West Flajkr fc h* Are. • Phooe >• MimmiBtmi 1156 Washington Ave. • Wi-ee V !" il-HOt'l AMMIUNCE SttfJ AK.F—rrJEWrtASt ir*f>* m m oes 7h Smwa a* LYM tmOHX



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l Y MAY 15, 1953 Jew is l> ftor Mian PAGE 3 A jmt Sinai Seminar Opens Thursday; I physicians Are Expected To Attend will be given the opporj Fleming. Edward Roth, Maurice t0 quiz their colleagues on Lev and Victor Kugel. Lecturers on the second day will be Drs. Thomas H. McGavack, New York Medical College; Stewart l sl advanced methods of dian d treatment at Mount Annuls Third Annual MedLinar being held at the Delt t cl starting Thursday mornLv 21st, and continuing until l Saturday. %  nt Sinai's Seminars have well known throughout the las a force for keeping the lans of this area alert to the ies being made in the relaboratories, universities Lspitals throughout the naDr. S. Charles Werblow, %  chairman. 300 physicians from many Is of the United States and lAmerica are expected to at_he lectures and panel disks which will be led by eight [illy famous scientists and in many fields of medijstration for the Seminar will |at 8:30 a.m., Thursday, and ,_ will be opened formally fclock by Leonard A. Wien, treasurer, in the absence Orovitz, president. Four „ on the first day will be led by Drs. Nelson Zivitz, Jultrsnn. Peritz, Scheinberg and Frehling. Lcrs will be Drs. Samuel C. |z, Washington University of Medicine; Stefan S. I. University of Michigan; Al\x B. Gutman, Columbia Uniand Israel Davidsohn, Unir of Michigan. Lbers of Mount Sinai's meditff presiding at sessions on will be Drs. Richard M. Wolf, University of Oklahoma; Chester S. Keefer, Boston University School of Medicine; and Bukantz. On Saturday there will be two morning sessions at which Drs. William Bernstein and Maurice Rich will be chairmen. Speaking at the concluding sessions will be Drs. Davidsohn, Gutman, Wolf and Jack D. Myers, of the Duke University School of Medicine. A cocktail party and banquet is scheduled for Friday evening at which the guest speaker will be Malcolm Ross, of the University of Miami. Mr. Ross has written extensively on the subject of group relations, and from 1943 until 1946 served as chairman of the President's Committee on Fair Employment Practices. The following year, he came to Miami as chairman of the University's Public Information Section. Dr. Harold Rand, Liaison and Entertainment Committee chairman, will be toastmaster. Serving with Dr. Werblow on the Executive Committee are Drs. Lev, Leon Manheimer, Alfred Levin, Scheinberg, Jandon Schwarz and Rudolph Drosd. Other Seminar Committee heads are Drs. Louis Lemberg, exhibitors; Leo Levin, publicity; and Paul Plotkin, reservations and hotel. Philip M. Klutznick, attorney and former Federal Housing Commissioner, was unanimouslyelected President of B'nai B'rith at the Triennial Convention in Washington, D.C., several hours after a 30-minute conference of B'nai B'rith leaders with President Eisenhower at the White House. The delegation, in addition to Klutznick (standing at right of the President), included Frank Goldman (second from left), retiring president, who was elected honorary president of the Order; Henry Edward Schultz (left), chairman of the Anti-Defamation Commission; Maurice Bisgyer (right), secretary; and Benjamin Epstein (second from right), director of the Anti-Defamation League. Our Film Folk \ Kaplan Named lor Mother At iple Beth Sholom Irving B. Kaplan, newly represident of the PTA of Beth Sholom, was chosen Mother of 1953 at the anparent child luncheon on SatShe was selected from a candidates by a committee |ting of past Honor Mothers, Lcnm Kronish and Sydney Iberu. education director. Alexander Robbins, Honor \~ ot 1950, pinned the corsage tor on Mrs. Kaplan. More 200 parents and children atKaplan is also active at Beach Elementary and NauIJunior High Schools. She is lice president of the Temple Ihood and is a member of its kl Group. She resides with husband, Irving Kaplan, and j daughters, Beth, 12; Bonnie, lil Laura, 6. Ibute was also paid to two outstanding mothers, Mrs. rt Reisman, PTA vice presiand Mrs. Aaron Farr, out! president of the Temple Sisod. By LEON GUTTERMAN (Copyright, 19.">3, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) HOLLYWOOD—One of our best known Beverly Hills surgeons Went hunting last week and came home complaining that he hadn't killed anything. "That's what you get," George Jestel told him, "for neglecting your practice." • • • A Hollywood night club owner, Leu Holtz tells us, had an unusually bad day at his club. Not one person had ventured into the place all day long. Finally he closed up around midnight and went home to discover his wife with a lover. "Hurray!" he shouted. "People!" • • • Judy Holliday says a woman in love certainly isn't economical. She'll go to a beauty parlor and spend twenty dollars and the entire day getting her face made up hoping the fellow she's going-] out with that night will mess the whole thing up. • • Phil Silvers comments whenever you hear it said that there is a beautiful tie between father and son it. • tions. Two of the heads of a major studio were -arguing at a dinner table the other night. It seems that they were trying to get together on a new picture which would be released soon. One of the tycoons was evidently -worried about the income tax bracket he was in. He finally closed the deal with his friend and said, "Now, remember. If we make any money YOU have to keep it." B 9 nai B'rith Girls Install Officers On Sunday. May 10th, BBG Sholem No. 14 held its Mother and Daughter installation at the Ritz Plaza Hotel. New officers are: president, Diane Rubenstein; vice president, Rosemarie Strauss; recording secretary, Beatrice Bregman; corresponding secretary, Maxine Bell; treasurer. My ma Morton; reporter. Nancy Dezen; historian, Tobiann Banowitz; and parliamentarian, Debbie Kamm. Quote from George Burns: "Who said science has never aided | Dr. Schneider Moves business? Just look what the law of gravity has done for the suspender business!" • • Siyum Hatorah At West Miami Center A Siyum Hatorah will take place at the West Miami Jewish Center on Sunday, May 31st. Donors are Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Paul. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will be in charge of the program. Music will be by the Center Male Choir consisting of Irving Finn, Harry Klein, Martin Hammer, Bernard Weiner and Jesse Teitler. Judge Leonard Kalish is president of the Center. He will be succeeded by Al Fogel. "It is estimated," Eddia Cantor tells us, "that for a $25,000 executive the time cost of reading an ordinary book would be sixty dollars. Better read a book while you are poor enough to afford it." MOTHS AS )U HOUSECLEAN Some would-be authors who think that fame and fortune can be had by merely spending a few moments a day at their typewriters can take a lesson from ShoUm the son is probably wearing .Asch, who was accosted the other day by a gushing admirer. "Have you ever written anything, Mr. Asch," she spouted, "that you think will live after you've gone?" "Madam," answered Asch gravely, "what I'm trying to do is to write something that will enable me to live while I'm here!" • • Offices On Beach Dr. S. G. Schneider, Miami Beach optometrist since 1944, has moved to new offices at 1603 Washington Avenue. Editor of the Journal of the Florida Optometric Association and director of Public Information for the state group. Dr. Schneider formerly practiced at 588 Lincoln Road. His new offices include facilities for visual training, as well as for refraction and examination of the eyes. When a young starlet asked Tony Martin, "Do youenjoy my company?" Tony replied: "What company are you with?** .4HU NOW KILLS BUGS 3 WAYS buiecleanlng time U th tint* I protect precious horn* furPningi from moth*. For effac[e protection get REAL-KILL pay and us* according to the petioM, WE KILL CHINCH BUGS GUARANTEED RESULTS SANDERS LAWN AND TREE SPRAY SERVICE DAT OR SUNDM CALL 67-4745 I wouldn't mind being a wallflower," says Jo* E. LeWIfc "if Ava was my gardner." • • • Phil Harris says he drinks nothing stronger than pop, and there's nothing his pop doesn't drink. • • • Ed Wynn got a room on the 20th floor in a Beverly Hills hotel, then asked the manager, "Couldn't I get something nearer California?" • • • The talkative movie star was telling Edward O. Robinson about the bad manners of a recent visitor, another star. "If that wornan yawned once, Eddie, while 1 was talking to her, she yawned a dozen times." "Maybe she wasn't yawning. dear," Robinson replied. "Maybe she was trying to say something. • • • The giants of the movie industry dont make money anymore. They just hold it for the government between income tax eolleeGoorgo S. Kaufman comments: "The longest word in the English language starts off: • • • and now a word from our sponsor.' • • • Hody Lamarr says the only person who is really sure that his wife has a genuine mink coat is a mink. • • • Paulette Goddard explains it this way. "It isn't what a man says that counts. It's what his wife guesses." • • • Haroo Marx declares that all totalitarian countries have free speech. In most of them you can talk your head off. • • Jtrry Lawis confides that he's become an inventor. He has perfected an electric chair that can be crossed with an electric toaster. The prisoner pops out when done.



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PAGE 4 A \A JewkstilUrkHan V Published vry Friday sine* 1*S7 by the Jewish flM-Mlaa at 1IB N. E. Sixth Street. Miami 1, Florida. Entered as aecend-clas. matter July 4, 130, at the Post Ofteae of Miami, Fla.. under the Act of March S. iar. The Jewish Flondian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weakly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service. National Editorial Association. American Association of English -Jewish Newspapers, Florida Press Association. OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141 — 2-12 TUe Jewish Klm-ldlma does nut guau-aale* tke Kashruth of the merchandi se advertiaaA In tta rolnmns. RATES: FRED K. SHOCH ET E ditor and Publisher LEO MmPLTN News Editor .Mr. Dalles Goes East Secretary of State John Foster Dulles is by now somewhere in the Middle East He was scheduled to leave Tel Aviv yesterday for Jordan and the first hop on his fact-finding tour. Protocol seems to have been a delicate matter all of the way. Were Mr. Dulles to land in one of the Arab League countries and jump off on the tour from there. Israel would have undoubtedly felt slighted. It is. however, most probable that the State Secretary chose the Jewish homeland as his port of entry to the Near East for other reasons. It appears likely to us that he picked Israel in order to avoid any possibility of being accused of favoritism at the outset Another leason is that Egypt would have presented itself as Mr. Dulles' only alternative, and US officials are already wary of General Naguib's iron-clad power. His landing in Cairo or Alexandria might have been interpreted by the strong-armed military leader as an excessive gesture of friendship beyond American intent. With even these small considerations a major issue. Mr. Dulles will have to be a master diplomat in order to avoid offending either Near Eastern bloc when weighty matters arise. (Israel has already been placed into an unfortunate position with reports of sharp Communist demonstrations against US "warmongering" that necessitated police arrests.) And it is precisely here that future difficulties may lie so far as the fact-finding tour is concerned. We can not help wondering to what extent Mr. Dulles and the State Department are determined to acquire a deep-rooted understanding of the Near Eastern situation that can guide our future foreign policy. We regard with misgiving the possibility that he has been sent into the trouble-racked area as a vague sort of goodwill spokesman with the intention of presenting his most personable side to the Arab World and to Israel, at once. >>>><<< Mutual Security Aid Is Pivotal The proposed Mutual Security Aid bill now before Congress may have some effect on the manner in which Mr. Dulles' tour through the Near East will proceed. According to its stipulations, no military assistance will be forthcoming to the Arab stales or to Israel unless all parties involved agree that equipment received is scheduled for internal security use and "legitimate self-defense'' only. A more wholesome suggestion is that assistance will be rendered to those states demonstrating a desire to join the defense program for that area under the sponsorship of the United Nations Collective Security arrangement But Egypt lor one. has already rejected such a proposal. In explaining his government's intentions so far as peace with Israel is concerned. Dr. Ahmed Hussein. Egyptian Ambassador to Washington, said last week that General Naguib could never consider entering into any military alliance of which the Jewish State is a partner. With exceeding kindness. Dr. Hussein gave America and Israel a free hand to sstririliili such an alliance on their own if they so wished. But Egyptian participation he said, .would be out of the question. Perhaps the new Mutual Security Aid bill will change his rune and mellow the uedependent attitudes of the rest of the Arab League. This, of course, depends largely on Mr. Dulles at the rWon. Dr. Peiser chose a middle course durino the Bureaus annual affair. In this case, modesty defeated* ness. and his message became disguised by a series of ZJ that only weakly brought forward his essential pointh Peiser's purpose to discuss the current problems in Jewish and, more specifically, as they apply to Miami. But the method he chose in order to avoid seeming pott from a newcomer set him upon a sharply vibrating tightrW subsequently found himself attempting to balance theory tice and social service work as a profession against Jewish as a necessity. This resulted from Dr. Peiser's highly intesraw which is a homogeneous mixture of both these fields HOWM relationship between them and the ultimate distinctions that apart from the other were never quite made clear His lov ( engaged in a contest for affection, and, at times, u seemed munal welfare won out. DR. PEISER'S THESIS WAS THAT a strong tie exists education and total Jewish activity within the framework of munity. In air effort to prove this, he quoted extensively from m made ten years ago to the allied Jewish Appeal in Philadelphia! he was its executive director. These, Dr. Peiser compared witij surveys set before Jewish groups in Detroit and Milwaukee 1933 and 1923, respectively. Careful study of them, ha said,] a single conclusion that seems universally valid. Briefly, his deduction led to the observation that ^ Sli2iviiat.li % iisl R.t.ll.te.f Appeal agencies throughout the nation are no more than vents "•' X U M %Iia %  %  signed to raise funds for the support of local and overseas, Greater Miami Jewry will usher in the Festi* ctiviti 1 ""^^ emphasize, he said, the importance of Israel, th-, val of Shavuoth on Tuesday evening. This %  ** "* ** ****** "" a ,home and world """ %  I &f K ~„wi —k „i. „ i u _. u *, urgency for continued sponsorship of all groups dedicated totkl toperiod which celebrates the appearance' of ^^ ^ ^ ^ c tegories „ 8 0Wev \. r needed be^i of the summer s first fruits and marks 49 days Dr. Peiser suggested, were a wish and will for positive Judaisu since the conclusion of Passover. %  consciously united Jewish community. During these 49 days. Jews traditionally ofThe time has come, he said, when we are experiencing, fered up sheafs of barley as their supplication quenchable hunger for life and an undying belief in its goodnes. for a rich harvest But it is also marked as to I largely attributed to the establishment of the State of brad. | period when Moses received the Ten Com[ !" e r,ier "negative" activities performed in the name of mandments on Mount Sinai. ,one currently find rapid replacement by the desire to lift The i. liHl. rtm !" ;„ „,„ u v troa N ak •*•** "to viul present There is little in Dr. .. ?! %  PlfC? m aTS ?ftL u e ^ %  observ oos about this form of Jewish communal work with or fertility in the land with the fulfillment of can argue. The difficulty, as I see ft is that he made welfare jewvsn moral yearning. For both bespeak a raising a total equivalent of social service, implied even if m life that is bountiful spiritually and physically, ally that one must choose between ft and Jewish education %  Shavuoth in our time is a happy period and c,uded that vigorous educational program can only rise out sets for us a goal toward which we may all * lcliv ?>' tor %  !oB time to come if Israel is to survive The reassessment of our spiritual heritage and with ; remauu that vitalized education system must be establish* positive action in to direction of making Jew-1 supported, ss welL Without a doubt. Dr. Peiser would be tbe I agree with this. But one is ae less necessary than the other, one degrading as opposed to the other The relationship betveal is almost apparent The conclusion at which Dr. Peiser not seem weighty enough to support his complex thesis and bill at If he has gone to tbe Near East to determine how many eggs he can tread upon without breaking any. then to new MSA Wgiskmcn will have little eflect ilT -^21"^" Sfe* !" ** r %  **? %  3bate Department are truly bead upon making eons issue there. This group is the one that \r an end of Near Ens ss ru tsnssons. then the bilL j inoxxverttatstly. teamed up with vicious may very well serve a noble purpoee beyond J^^Li" 109 *? R P*Ncan Fictional Conven. the coraaideranon of gathering allies in tbe TJSJSES* ^ ht down — I* !" ** !" of hatur* dnficuiues. a *?* ^ a om ^owiaq proniise to hnnher of nature oWulties. Anaeracan support of the Jewish State. ^^ ry unshakable in its eternal belief. < %  n iI For JadaiNm ImTlS^SlSrSfmi i udai m *-* —K" -^ ot P"~** it indeed, the whole m~* 'Z Jt "o^roitcr? 0 Z Je^Tppol, d **********—*—*-**+4 of Israel means double allegiance. Its mem1 .. bers would have us believe that American I RATIONALE FOR DR. PltSErS DISCUSSION of Jews show disloyalty to their country if they | wtUm • cuv ty was that a responsible Jewish educational effat are in any way identified with the work of the' bt *" 1 *"" % %  leaders. As hosaa m akers, he said, these leaden ZOAjeverything their children learn in the Hebrew school In taiini In J^"oi Rabbi bving Miller put it proper,b ttacked tbe absence of mature persens among the rankiiM !L*s~^J^ said tbai such attacks pkry into interested in education and deplored the fact that cfrlc faoasi %  girg^.* ****. o nti-Seinues. For it has inevitably nnd their way to posutions ef importance on fe*ru tt^^JSEZ: toyman SSC J— ** ^^^ ^^ $ be countod on as honeet cihsenrJho^ SLjSl L^ "T !" ? %  *>?*£ kmce is unflinching and constant ^^ of non Jewish traditiosw among oer r*j Eisenhower has put to lie to this notion when cooUnu s to remain inn he rece ntly called upon Jewish youth here to reorffirm its belief in what be termed "your *** I* %  ancent and reverent tradition.'' In the face of ; %  %  %  k aces uw r—this, tbe Council for Judaism continues to trade to *oid in j emilh education here — the wave of immijjration i r^f^H 0 !^ chau ]? ni on-exisUsce Jewish trafsUoa is set the result of intellectual rejection V* chnation toward atheism bet a priaanl ef igaerasce, %  *• then would his call for the sepport ef Jewaah edfarsdoo a* • •* re stood out ra leainj* 1 jrad hat symbeht af" dad sot aficat this reaat remain ignorant of its own. f is unfortunate that his BSBSSE SI att ar* afaisst cuHural tormed "your WM *** !" ^ Peer's unbalanced approach to the sroblei face of r li ae %  PM* history might better have traced tke reasons thai 1w ;j 1— I ... :_lirtrl ><* bridging the "eld" and the Peiser • saadeaty. ea the eae en the



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P MAY 15, 1953 >|PHian Mahes State Department Visit WASHINGTON (JTAV^Israel Ambassador Abba Eban met with Istant Secretary of State Henry A. Byroade this week to discuss Ics which might arise in the course of the forthcoming visit of ktarv of State Dulles and Mutual Security Aid director Stassen to (el and the Near East. Mr. Eba said the Israel Government would : with Mr. Dulles about the whole concept of the Near East with a to Arab-Israel* peace and improvement of the stability of the area. • • \intadrut Acts To Settle Conflict I TEL AVIV (JTA)—The Histadrut executive decided last week to W the partition of Ein Harod, the collective settlement which is St among Mapai Mapam lines and in which several clashes haveocted between Mapai and Mapam members. The executive decided Idivide the fields, homes and moveable property of the kibbutz on basis of the size of each faction. The Mapai adherents compose 55 cent of the settlement's population, and the Mapam members maKe | the remainder. • ••••• resident Greets Jewish Publishers I WASHINGTON (JTA)—Problems facing the English-Jewish press Ithis country, as well as the relation of the newspapers to tne J ew.sn nmunity and communal organizations, were discussed at the mm J>ual convention of the American Association of Englisn-jewisn pspapcrs held here. President Eisenhower, in a message to the conation addressed to Philip Slomovitz, president of the Aiw m j n na, ged "renewed determination to guard with vigilance undless heritage of freedom." strauch, Spolter, Zebitz. They Bach. Chopin, man, Lichner, and Schuman. relations can be secured with the Arab states; Israel would also be prepared to make minor frontier rectifications on the basis of humane considerations; and, Israel would be willing to offer Jordan a free zone at the port of Haifa to KRL AfcT//S LM REAL-KILL INSECTBOMB will perform works by | Beethoven, Baumfelder, Clementi, Czerney, Ger-I Massenet, Mozart : ^ TMI raw l2oi.< At Your Neighborhood Food Fair MOUSCCllANINC HCADOUARTfkS THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY PROGRAM ol "Jewish Forum On The Air" EVERY SUNDAY 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Station: WMIE (1140 on dial) With Various features Produce.! and DJrtet-d fcy NEW vORk ,ir? INSURANCE COMPANY 119 ROPER Bl^G.. MIAMI $2 TLA. OFFICE 9-050V RESIDENCE 05588 SAFETY GLASS INSTALLED IN ALL CARS AUTO LOCK & HARDWARE EXPERT REPAIRS ON HYDRAULIC WINDOWS Sales and Service at 1304 N. E. 2nd Avenua Phone 9-3144 America's Italians Share Cost ol Synagogue 1 MILAN (JTA)-The new Milan Synagogue, which. r *P Uces ** e ";J Ntroycd by the Nazis during the late war, was officially openedhere P week, at a ceremony attended by government of" !" 18 ; Je !" Ws and Eliahu Sasson, Israel Minister to Italy. The Italian Govm and Milan Jewry shared in the cost of reconstructing tne synaguo. v-# nmrnander Sentenced To £££ 1 BREMEN -A German court here sentenced Frr ac Pndt. one-time Nazi commander of concentration camps > !" an ? Utt years' imprisonment following his conviction on charges oi re onsibility for the murder of over 1,000 Jewish camp inmates. v V HOW LONG SINCE YOU HAVE ? HELPED simou uiotM 503 S.W. 17* kn. **••• %  %  ,. FOOD to Hlalk Through SCRIP to ISRAEL 0 UroT, oi.t.

Miss Janet Lipmait Weds Will Sukenik
In Candlelight Rites On May 3rd
In a double ring candlelight ceremony at the Biscayne Terrace
Hotel on May 3rd. Miss Janet Michelle Lap man. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Martin Lipman. of this city, was married to Will Sukenik. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Sukenik. Cleveland. Ohio. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
officiated. It was an all pink wedding.
The bride wore a lace and tulle dress over satin with a chapel-
length train which buttoned up to.
the waist to form a bustle. She | baum. Dr. Stanley Freint and Henn
carried a bouquet of orchids and
5tpehanotis. Her only piece of
jewelry- was strand of cultured
pearls.
Best man was Al Leizman. of
Cleveland. Matron of honor was
Mrs. ftitt Xuesbaum. also of Cleve-
land. Kenneth Lipman. Fritz Nuss-
Bronfen acted as ushers.
Flower girls included Janis Lee
Lipman and Jill Freint. Ruth
Schwartz, Francine Kogut. Mrs.
Stanley Freint and Ms. Kenneth
Lipman were bridesmaids.
The bride's attendants wore tulle
and lace dresses sparked with
rhinestones. They carried purple
flowers. The flower girls wore
pink embroidered organdy dresses.
The bride's mother wore pale blue
net. and the groom's mother was
attired in a rose lace dress. Their
corsages were of contrasting color
orchids
Ne I> wed Mrs Sukenik was
graduated from Miami Beach
schools and the University of Mi-
ami. She taught for two years at
North Beach Elementary School.
Mr. Sukenik attended schools in
Cleveland and the University of
Ohio. He is a member of Phi Sig-
ma Delta Fraternity. He is now
associated in the lumber and con-
struction business with his father
in Cleveland.
After an air cruise through the
Caribbean Islands, the couple -rill
reside at 1445 Eastwood Avenue.
Mayfield Height*. Ohio
Miss Srirley Rosenblum Wr^jZS
In Double Ring Ceremony Here71
Miss Shirley Rosenblum. daughter of Mr and Mr, ^^J
blum, 2038 SW 12th Street, was married to Ronald wjj*18
and Mrs. Morris Senoff, Chicago, Illinois,
in a
Saatft
doMe rift
*rele r
Givea in marriage by her parents, the bride wit mm.
performed by Rabbi Simon April and Cantor Berele tCLL!*
Miami Hebrew School and Congregation on Siinri-> e^**r
on Sundav, iuy^
Miu Smmdn Ztmtl
Zemel, Sehavowitz
Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Zemel. of North
Plainfield. New Jersey, announce
the betrothal of their daughter.
Sandee. to William Sehavowitz. The
couple are University of Miami stu-
dents.
Mr Sehavowitz is the son of Mr.
and Mrs Hytnan Sehavowitz. 2837
SW 1st Street A graduate of Mi-
ami Jackson High School, he is a
member of Alpha Epsilon Pi at
lerina gown of nylon net over satin
and a shirred bodice covered with
a lace jacket of long pointed
sleeves and a high standup Peter
Pan collar. Her finger-tip illusion
veil was held by a satin cloche.
She carried a Confirmation Bible
centered by two white orchids and
showered with stephanotis.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Ber-
nard Rosenblum, sister-in-law of
bride, attired in an ice blue
ballerina-length lace gown. Miss
Judith Senoff. sister of the groom,
and Miss Anita Gurkey were
bridesmaids. Both carried colonial
bouquets of sweetheart roses and
baby breath and pink shower. Miss
i Senoff wore a white ballerina
; length gown with a pink and lilac
appliqued floral pattern. A baby
blue net ballerina gown was chosen
by Miss Gurkey
Junior bridesmaid was Miss Ros-
alie Rosenblum. sister of the bride,
attired in a pink ballerina gown of
nylon net over taffeta She car-
ried a colonial bouquet of white
roses and pale blue shower. Mr.

'-? t*]
the U of M Miss Zemel belongs | Sn*l Banks, uncle of the groom
to Iota Alpha Pi Sorority.
A wedding in August is planned
Mrs.
by the engaged couple
Miss Meyrle Iris was soloist dur-
ing the ceremony, with Mrs. Jer-
*...U SmH
School in Chicago and
Rossevelt College there He!
Ardmocw
air*, mat
Miss Katz Chooses Strapless Gown
For Wedding To William Katzker
; ome Schwarzman accompanying on j ta tfc* united States Mirin(
| stationed at < ipa Locka
Following a honeymooa!
Miami Beacti the couple
Install Mrs. Levin
NCJW President
At Noon Today
On May 3rd at the Lincoln Man-
Marion Leah Katz. daughter of
hta Esther Katz. of 3770 SW 1st
Street. Miami, and the late Irving
B Katz. became the bnde of Sgt.
William Katzker. son of Mr and
Miami Division of the Ha- Mrs David Katzker. Ellenville.
ttoaai Council of Jewish Women New York.
will hold an installation luncheon Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiated.
today, 12 30 p.m.. at the Biscayne Jerome Katz. brother of the bride.
acted as best man. Mrs. M Gross
was matron of honor. Irwin Lloyd
Terrace Hotel
Mrs Nathaniel Levin will be in-
stalled as president Others are
he Mesdames Leo Ackennan. vice
president in charge of service. Her-
bert Scher. \ ice president in charge
f education: Leon Kaplan, admw-
>n vice president. Pentz shaus. maternal grandmother
Schemberg. recording secretary: the bnde. also attended.
Morris Blau. corresponding secre-
tary. Ben Singer.
Harold Zeaman. financial
tary
Gross was page boy. with Barbara
Gross acting as flower girl.
Mrs. Louis Gordon, paternal
grandmother of the bnde. flew in
for the wedding Mrs Yetta Wei-
of
The bride selected a strapless
nT *nd ballerina length gown of imported
-**cr*", chanully lace and skirt of nylon
tulle, with lace tunic forming a V
National Board members are ^ ^ ska^ ^ f ^ j,
Mrs. Stanley Myers and Mrs. Monte ^ ^^^ |c mn
at* *. "L^S ~ *^ ^i J. ***d P**115 tollr. She earned
Rabbi Joseph Narot will be the ^^ ^ KWe
guest speaker \ -^ .
M I The bride was graduated from
Mrs Newton Levinson is in MUmi Senior Hen School The
caarge of arrangements, with Mrs.
the piano.
A reception followed the eere-
; mony at the home of the bride's
parents. Out-of-town guests inciud-j side at 219 SW 10th Strut
led the groom's maternal grandpar-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wacks. of
Chicago.
Newlywed Mrs. Senoff is a native
Miamiaa and graduated from Mi- \
ami High School, where she was I
a member of Phi Sigma Tau Soror-
ity and the Glee Club The groom } ^ly Jy
graduated from Von Stuben High Bmciiur, or r-j^h. v*
1
^ MAKE RESERVATIONS i
*r cho c Jcccmmodjti2
Danrraggan
HENOERSOS. LLE. NX."
Mrs. Schxeidell Heads
Beth David PTA
Mrs. Bernard Shreidell has been
unanimously elected president of
'the Beth David Synagogue PTA.
Other officers unanimously elect-
ed are the Mesdames George Horn,
vice president: Robert Nedbor. re-
cording secretary; Irving Bakst.
corresponding secretary: and Irvia
Sirkin. treasurer.
The group will hold its final
I meeting of the season on May 21st.
18:30 p.m., at Howard Johnson's on
Biscayne Boulevard a ad 11th
Street.
WOrt* Flr-;_t Cultmt
trican P;ii Beginning at I
Going Formal?
.. outfit*
! groom spent 13
School
ths in Korea
Sylvia Cbertkoff actmg as program ; and u bow stationed at Opa Locka
chairman Mrs. Julian Wrinkle is
la charge of decorations, and res-
ervations are being
Mrs. Jasper Cromer
handled by
Marine Base The couple will tour
Florida on their honeymoon and
will make their rtiMinu in Mi-
Guest Cantor At Beth El
Congregation Beth El will have
as its guest Cantor for the Shav-
JOth services May 20th and 21st
Caator Simeha Daiaow who has
served for a number of years in
Congregation Oael Jacob. Phila-
delphia, and for the past five years
:n Shaare Zioo Synagogue Sioux
- Iowa.
B'ncri Brith W
Miami Beach
Installation
Chapter. Bnai
Shavuoth Assembly
Will Mark Festival
On Tuesday afternoon. May 19th.
at 12:15 pa., a special assembly
will be held by pupils of the He-
brew Ac-deTir dedicated to Shav-
outh. TV program will include a
dramatic musical presentation. Bi-
B nth Women. wiD lastall it new- kurim Today written by Mrs. Josh
y elected officers at the Ervresslua r Stad'lan. instructor at the
May 19th. 121 Academy, and will be under the
! otSov will be direction of Mm Edna Sachs, dra-
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Miss Janet Lipmait Weds Will Sukenik In Candlelight Rites On May 3rd In a double ring candlelight ceremony at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel on May 3rd. Miss Janet Michelle Lap man. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lipman. of this city, was married to Will Sukenik. son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Sukenik. Cleveland. Ohio. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated. It was an all pink wedding. The bride wore a lace and tulle dress over satin with a chapellength train which buttoned up to. the waist to form a bustle. She | baum. Dr. Stanley Freint and Henn carried a bouquet of orchids and 5tpehanotis. Her only piece of jewelry was • strand of cultured pearls. Best man was Al Leizman. of Cleveland. Matron of honor was Mrs. ftitt Xuesbaum. also of Cleveland. Kenneth Lipman. Fritz NussBronfen acted as ushers. Flower girls included Janis Lee Lipman and Jill Freint. Ruth Schwartz, Francine Kogut. Mrs. Stanley Freint and Ms. Kenneth Lipman were bridesmaids. The bride's attendants wore tulle and lace dresses sparked with rhinestones. They carried purple flowers. The flower girls wore pink embroidered organdy dresses. The bride's mother wore pale blue net. and the groom's mother was attired in a rose lace dress. Their corsages were of contrasting color orchids Ne I> wed Mrs Sukenik was graduated from Miami Beach schools and the University of Miami. She taught for two years at North Beach Elementary School. Mr. Sukenik attended schools in Cleveland and the University of Ohio. He is a member of Phi Sigma Delta Fraternity. He is now associated in the lumber and construction business with his father in Cleveland. After an air cruise through the Caribbean Islands, the couple -rill reside at 1445 Eastwood Avenue. Mayfield Height*. Ohio Miss Srirley Rosenblum Wr^jZS In Double Ring Ceremony Here7 1 Miss Shirley Rosenblum. daughter of Mr and Mr, ^^J blum, 2038 SW 12th Street, was married to Ronald wjj* 18 and Mrs. Morris Senoff, Chicago, Illinois, in a Saatft do Me rift *rele r Givea in marriage by her parents, the bride wit MM. performed by Rabbi Simon April and Cantor Berele tCLL!* Miami Hebrew School and Congregation on Siinri-> e ^** r on Sundav, iu y ^ Miu S mm dn Ztmtl Zemel, Sehavowitz Betrothal Told Mr. and Mrs. Sol Zemel. of North Plainfield. New Jersey, announce the betrothal of their daughter. Sandee. to William Sehavowitz. The couple are University of Miami students. Mr Sehavowitz is the son of Mr. and Mrs Hytnan Sehavowitz. 2837 SW 1st Street A graduate of Miami Jackson High School, he is a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi at lerina gown of nylon net over satin and a shirred bodice covered with a lace jacket of long pointed sleeves and a high standup Peter Pan collar. Her finger-tip illusion veil was held by a satin cloche. She carried a Confirmation Bible centered by two white orchids and showered with stephanotis. Matron of honor was Mrs. Bernard Rosenblum, sister-in-law of bride, attired in an ice blue ballerina-length lace gown. Miss Judith Senoff. sister of the groom, and Miss Anita Gurkey were bridesmaids. Both carried colonial bouquets of sweetheart roses and baby breath and pink shower. Miss i Senoff wore a white ballerina ; length gown with a pink and lilac appliqued floral pattern. A baby blue net ballerina gown was chosen by Miss Gurkey Junior bridesmaid was Miss Rosalie Rosenblum. sister of the bride, attired in a pink ballerina gown of nylon net over taffeta She carried a colonial bouquet of white roses and pale blue shower. Mr. %  '- &f t*] the U of M Miss Zemel belongs | Sn*l Banks, uncle of the groom to Iota Alpha Pi Sorority. A wedding in August is planned Mrs. by the engaged couple Miss Meyrle Iris was soloist during the ceremony, with Mrs. Jer*...U SmH School in Chicago and Rossevelt College there He! — Ardmocw air*, mat Miss Katz Chooses Strapless Gown For Wedding To William Katzker ; ome Schwarzman accompanying on j ta tfc u nited States Mirin( | stationed at < ipa Locka Following a honeymooa! Miami Beacti the couple Install Mrs. Levin NCJW President At Noon Today On May 3rd at the Lincoln ManMarion Leah Katz. daughter of hta Esther Katz. of 3770 SW 1st Street. Miami, and the late Irving B Katz. became the bnde of Sgt. William Katzker. son of Mr and Miami Division of the HaMrs David Katzker. Ellenville. ttoaai Council of Jewish Women New York. will hold an installation luncheon Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiated. today, 12 30 p.m.. at the Biscayne Jerome Katz. brother of the bride. acted as best man. Mrs. M Gross was matron of honor. Irwin Lloyd Terrace Hotel Mrs Nathaniel Levin will be installed as president Others are •he Mesdames Leo Ackennan. vice president in charge of service. Herbert Scher. \ ice president in charge • f education: Leon Kaplan, admw>n vice president. Pentz shaus. maternal grandmother Schemberg. recording secretary: the bnde. also attended. Morris Blau. corresponding secretary. Ben Singer. Harold Zeaman. financial tary Gross was page boy. with Barbara Gross acting as flower girl. Mrs. Louis Gordon, paternal grandmother of the bnde. flew in for the wedding Mrs Yetta Weiof The bride selected a strapless nT nd ballerina length gown of imported -** cr *", chanully lace and skirt of nylon tulle, with lace tunic forming a V National Board members are ^ ^ ska ^ ^ f ^ j, Mrs. Stanley Myers and Mrs. Monte ^ „, ^^^ |c mn „ at*£ *. "L^S ~ *^ ^i J. *** d P** 115 %  tollr. She earned Rabbi Joseph Narot will be the ^^ ^ KWe guest speaker \ — -^ M I The bride was graduated from Mrs Newton Levinson is in MUmi Senior Hen School The caarge of arrangements, with Mrs. the piano. A reception followed the eere; mony at the home of the bride's parents. Out-of-town guests inciud-j side at 219 SW 10th Strut led the groom's maternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wacks. of Chicago. Newlywed Mrs. Senoff is a native Miamiaa and graduated from Mi\ ami High School, where she was I a member of Phi Sigma Tau Sorority and the Glee Club The groom } ^ ly „ Jy graduated from Von Stuben High Bmcii u r, or R-J^H. V* 1 ^ MAKE RESERVATIONS i r cho c Jcccmmodjti2 Danrraggan HENOERSOS. LLE. NX." Mrs. Schxeidell Heads Beth David PTA Mrs. Bernard Shreidell has been unanimously elected president of 'the Beth David Synagogue PTA. Other officers unanimously elected are the Mesdames George Horn, vice president: Robert Nedbor. re• cording secretary; Irving Bakst. corresponding secretary: and Irvia Sirkin. treasurer. The group will hold its final I meeting of the season on May 21st. 18:30 p.m., at Howard Johnson's on Biscayne Boulevard a ad 11th Street. WOrt* Flr-;_t Cultmt trican P;ii Beginning at I Going Formal? .. outfit* groom spent 13 School ths in Korea Sylvia Cbertkoff actmg as program ; and u BOW stationed at Opa Locka chairman Mrs. Julian Wrinkle is la charge of decorations, and reservations are being Mrs. Jasper Cromer handled by Marine Base The couple will tour Florida on their honeymoon and will make their rtiMinu in MiGuest Cantor At Beth El Congregation Beth El will have as its guest Cantor for the Shav•JOth services May 20th and 21st Caator Simeha Daiaow who has served for a number of years in Congregation Oael Jacob. Philadelphia, and for the past five years :n Shaare Zioo Synagogue Sioux Iowa. B'ncri Brith W Miami Beach Installation Chapter. Bnai Shavuoth Assembly Will Mark Festival On Tuesday afternoon. May 19th. at 12:15 pa., a special assembly will be held by pupils of the Hebrew Ac-deTir dedicated to Shavouth. TV program will include a dramatic musical presentation. BiB nth Women. wiD lastall it newkurim Today written by Mrs. Josh y elected officers at the Ervresslua r Stad'lan. instructor at the May 19th. 121 Academy, and will be under the otSov will be direction of Mm Edna Sachs, draTV REPAIRS TBfvsmi sanricf T$, BOUBATS W cmr TV u-uoi. PHONE 48-2084 NMRSI1 MEN'S co D* Lon. Coral GablM Hotel oa Tuesday. May 19th. Installiag otSr*/ will Mrs. Ida Optner. vice president of District No 5. National HiUel Coaaaissioaer Harold Turk will be guest speaker i • i i i • t • i tDR. A. SCHREIBER Of OffKli 2036 S.W. FIRST STREET Miami 35. Florida % %  —— %  m awl 1 %  %  PH.9-9S73 HOUBS: 1 to 5 PJ4. marawarr o* HERNIA (rupture) HEMORRHOIDS (piles) PROSTATE GLANDS VARICOSE VEINS matics instructor The playlet, will be n form of aarratioa. soag and dance. Israeli dances will also be presented. Rabbi Alexander & Gross, principal. will address the students on the %  •"fieaaee of the festiraL Pupils participating in the pro-' gram will be Shektoa Ciment. San dy Reiahard. Rita Belle Katz. Peter Dorothy Naness, Warren Alan Alper. Raphael, Stuart and Stanley KinuneL < Dublin. Aduu SHI-B Jay Makovsky. Jack Shapiro. Ira' Heiea Hen. Valene Mehm Cimeat. Herman Phyllis Katz. Nathaniel Charles Jemel Joel Erne, HiUel Glover. Perry Cuneac Marta Katz. Carl *•* Creeper. Marshall steia. Sta aley Paaari Erie x,,^ maa T F eaaaBraeiaa. Seaa Kaufaaj YOU WILL FIND THE MOST COMPLETE SELECTION of BOYS AND GIRLS WEAR ON MIAMI at MORNS BROTHERS MIAMI BEAC 1S1 WASHINGTON AVENUE SUNSHINE FASHIONS •*Cl ,*, 4B. rx. WrfW* 1



W. MAY 18, 1958

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Ardmore
Mrs. Hal Burnt
[iss Hilary Rott
feds Hal Burns
i a double ring ceremony at her
ne on Sunday afternoon, May
h, Miss Hilary Rott, daughter of
| and Mrs. David Rott, S32 AI-
Road and formerly of Detroit,
lame the bride of Hal Burns, son
hlr. and Mrs. Charles Burnsten,
anapolis, Indiana. Rabbi Irv-
Lilirnian officiated,
the bride wore a white organdy
Jtz-lenglh gown styled with an
broidered bodice and full fan
Btcd skirl. Her off-face organdy
broidered hat was trimmed with
low velvet ribbon and nose veil,
i carried a bouquet of white or-
6- and shasta daisies. The bride
a strand of cultured pearls,
lift from her aunt, Mrs. A. G.
enthal. of Detroit, Michigan.
Irs. Harold W. Frohman, of
Umbus. Indiana, matron of hon-
atnl sister of the bridegroom,
a Greige gown and carried
ow orchids and shasta daisies.
| Rott was gowned in Camellia
satin, while Mrs. Burnsten
Flamingo pink chiffon.
be bride was graduated from
School, attended Fairfax Hall,
nesboro, Virginia, and the
ersity of Miami,
r and Mrs. Harry Lewis, ma-
il grandparent* of the bride,
in from Detroit, Michigan.
A. G. Rosenthal, of Detroit,
of the bride, alao flew in for
I wedding.
i Mark, of Miami Beach, acted
est man. Mr. Burns attended
niversity of Indiana and is in
construction business here.
fce couple flew to Puerto Rico
[the Virgin Islands for their
|ymoon. Upon their return,
I will make their home at 809
Jlian Way, Miami Beach.
Ml v Wishes To
Share
"ing 3-bedroom home with work-
Imothrr with 1 or 2 children.
Viable. 710 S.W. 60th Avenue.
KILL MMS 3 WAYS
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REAL-KILL
BUG KILLER
U SAV-IT-STORE
Perrine. Florida
Pesacov, Briefer
Rites Announced
The former Mildred Pesacov
1337 SW 15th Street, daughter of
the late Mr. and Mrs. Max Pesa-
cov, of Newport, Rhode Island, and
Ralph Brieger were married on
Sunday afternoon, May 3rd, at the
Delano Hotel.
The bride wore a cocktail gown
of white lace over pale blue and
carried and heirloom Bible with or-
chids. Miss Rose Pesacov, th3
bride's sister, as maid of honor,
wore a silk organza gown of chanv
pagne hue with blue accessories.
Oscar Pesacov, the bride's broth-
er, gave her away. Her sister-in-
law, Mrs. Oscar Pesacov, acted as
matron of honor. Mr. George Pesa-
cov was best man.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brieger left
on an extended motor trip to New
York, Providence and Newport,
Rhode Island. They will make
their home in Miami.
WhUe in New York, the bride's
cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kauf-
man, of Forest Hills, Long Island,
will entertain the bride and groom
at a dinner, dance reception at
their home.
PAGT7A
N.
Mrt. Ralph Brieger
mi
Mrt. Henry Kramari
Hornstein, Kramarz
Wed; Honevmoon
In New England
In a double ring ceremony at
the Masonic Hall on May 2nd.
Sondra Hornstein, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. William Hornstein, 1118
SW 13th Court, became the bride
of Henry Kramarz, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Kramarz, 2347 SW 16th
Court.
Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated,
assisted by Cantor Maurice Mam-
ches. Milton Boxer was best man.
David Teitel and Bernje. Schles-
singer acted as ushers. Maid of
honor was Ileane Hornstein, sister
of the bride. Bridesmaids included
Carol Kahn and Carol Frucht.
The bride selected a gown made
with a lace bodice and nylon tulle
skirt forming into a cathedral
train. She carried two orchids on
a Bible. Her shoulder-length illu-
sion veil was attached to a crown
of orange blossoms.
Newlywed Mrs. Kramarz was
graduated from Miami Senior High
School and attended the University
of Miami. The couple left by car
and will tour New England for
their honeymoon. They will make
their home at 111 SW 30th Avenue,
Miami.
SINGLE WOMAN
will shore home with same. Brand-
new home it) exclusive Northeast
residential section. Call 78-WI5.
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Gables Bowery Night
The Young Adult Group of the
Coral Gables Jewish Center will
present its Bowery Night on Satur-
day evening, 9 p.m., at 320 Paler-
mo Avenue.
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Personally Speaking Edwin Zails, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joel C. Zalis, of 1668 SW 14th Terrace, Miami, is a new pledge of Phi Eta Sigma, freshman scholastic honorary at the University of Miami in Coral Gables. Zalis was graduated from the Talmudical Academy in June, 1952. He is a chemistry major. 6 -Cr ir Mr. and Mrs. Morris J. Altschul, winter residents at 4180 Chase Avenue, left Tuesday to move to their summer home in Far Rockaway, New York. Mr. Altschul is a director of Beth Tfilah Congregation on Miami Beach, as well as of the Jewish Center of the Hebrew Institute in Long Island. Cr
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W. MAY 18, 1958 '*& /A *s* — Ardmore Mrs. Hal Burnt [iss Hilary Rott feds Hal Burns i a double ring ceremony at her ne on Sunday afternoon, May h, Miss Hilary Rott, daughter of | and Mrs. David Rott, S32 AIRoad and formerly of Detroit, lame the bride of Hal Burns, son hlr. and Mrs. Charles Burnsten, %  anapolis, Indiana. Rabbi IrvLilirnian officiated, the bride wore a white organdy Jtz-lenglh gown styled with an broidered bodice and full fan Btcd skirl. Her off-face organdy broidered hat was trimmed with low velvet ribbon and nose veil, i carried a bouquet of white or6and shasta daisies. The bride a strand of cultured pearls, lift from her aunt, Mrs. A. G. enthal. of Detroit, Michigan. Irs. Harold W. Frohman, of Umbus. Indiana, matron of honatnl sister of the bridegroom, a Greige gown and carried ow orchids and shasta daisies. | Rott was gowned in Camellia satin, while Mrs. Burnsten Flamingo pink chiffon. be bride was graduated from %  School, attended Fairfax Hall, nesboro, Virginia, and the ersity of Miami, r and Mrs. Harry Lewis, mail grandparent* of the bride, in from Detroit, Michigan. A. G. Rosenthal, of Detroit, of the bride, alao flew in for I wedding. i Mark, of Miami Beach, acted est man. Mr. Burns attended niversity of Indiana and is in construction business here. fce couple flew to Puerto Rico [the Virgin Islands for their |ymoon. Upon their return, I will make their home at 809 Jlian Way, Miami Beach. Ml v Wishes To Share "ing 3-bedroom home with workImothrr with 1 or 2 children. Viable. 710 S.W. 60th Avenue. KILL MMS 3 WAYS ""•NOVSKUAM REAL-KILL BUG KILLER U SAV-IT-STORE Perrine. Florida Pesacov, Briefer Rites Announced The former Mildred Pesacov 1337 SW 15th Street, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Max Pesacov, of Newport, Rhode Island, and Ralph Brieger were married on Sunday afternoon, May 3rd, at the Delano Hotel. The bride wore a cocktail gown of white lace over pale blue and carried and heirloom Bible with orchids. Miss Rose Pesacov, th3 bride's sister, as maid of honor, wore a silk organza gown of chanv pagne hue with blue accessories. Oscar Pesacov, the bride's brother, gave her away. Her sister-inlaw, Mrs. Oscar Pesacov, acted as matron of honor. Mr. George Pesacov was best man. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brieger left on an extended motor trip to New York, Providence and Newport, Rhode Island. They will make their home in Miami. WhUe in New York, the bride's cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kaufman, of Forest Hills, Long Island, will entertain the bride and groom at a dinner, dance reception at their home. PAGT7A N. Mrt. Ralph Brieger %  m i Mrt. Henry Kramari Hornstein, Kramarz Wed; Honevmoon In New England In a double ring ceremony at the Masonic Hall on May 2nd. Sondra Hornstein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Hornstein, 1118 SW 13th Court, became the bride of Henry Kramarz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kramarz, 2347 SW 16th Court. Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated, assisted by Cantor Maurice Mamches. Milton Boxer was best man. David Teitel and Bernje. Schlessinger acted as ushers. Maid of honor was Ileane Hornstein, sister of the bride. Bridesmaids included Carol Kahn and Carol Frucht. The bride selected a gown made with a lace bodice and nylon tulle skirt forming into a cathedral train. She carried two orchids on a Bible. Her shoulder-length illusion veil was attached to a crown of orange blossoms. Newlywed Mrs. Kramarz was graduated from Miami Senior High School and attended the University of Miami. The couple left by car and will tour New England for their honeymoon. They will make their home at 111 SW 30th Avenue, Miami. SINGLE WOMAN will shore home with same. Brandnew home it) exclusive Northeast residential section. Call 78-WI5. Bdar :*£-" Sake if Belief! Bake if Quicker.' Bake/f Kosher' CAKE IN LESS THAN 4 MINUTES FROM rACMSE TO PAN! •TOO!, ir/CaMitfes •tnf MrfMth blended FiMr !nMMliairtef.. perfectly blended for perfect remit* overy tfawl Gables Bowery Night The Young Adult Group of the Coral Gables Jewish Center will present its Bowery Night on Saturday evening, 9 p.m., at 320 Palermo Avenue. •ofii JUCUST BROS Rv/ 'J\ Is thi[it \I Personally Speaking Edwin Zails, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joel C. Zalis, of 1668 SW 14th Terrace, Miami, is a new pledge of Phi Eta Sigma, freshman scholastic honorary at the University of Miami in Coral Gables. Zalis was graduated from the Talmudical Academy in June, 1952. He is a chemistry major. •6 -Cr ir Mr. and Mrs. Morris J. Altschul, winter residents at 4180 Chase Avenue, left Tuesday to move to their summer home in Far Rockaway, New York. Mr. Altschul is a director of Beth Tfilah Congregation on Miami Beach, as well as of the Jewish Center of the Hebrew Institute in Long Island. •Cr


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Miss Janet Lipmarf Weds Will Sukenik In Candlelight Rites On May 3rd In a double ring candlelight ceremony at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel on May 3rd, Miss Janet Michelle Lipman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lipman, of this city, was married to Will Sukenik, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Sukenik, Cleveland, Ohio. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated. It was an all pink wedding. The bride wore a lace and tulle dress over satin with a chapellength train which buttoned up to j ~~ the waist to form a bustle. She | b aumi Dr Stanley Freint and Herm carried a bouquet of orchids and Bronfen acted as ushers. Ftpehanotis. Her only piece of jewelry was a strand of cultured pearls. Best man was Al Leizman, of Cleveland. Matron of honor was Mrs. Fritz Nuesbaum, also of Cleveland. Kenneth Lipman, Fritz NussFlower girls included Janis Lee Lipman and Jill Freint. Ruth Schwartz, Francine Kogut, Mrs. Stanley Freint and Mis. Kenneth Lipman were bridesmaids. The bride's attendants wore tulle and lace dresses sparked with rhinestones. They carried purple flowers. The flower girls wore pink embroidered organdy dresses. The bride's mother wore pale blue net, and the groom's mother was attired in a rose lace dress. Their corsages were of contrasting color orchids. Newlywed Mrs. Sukenik was graduated from Miami Beach schools and the University of Miami. She taught for two years at North Beach Elementary School. Mi. Sukenik attended schools in Cleveland and the University of Ohio. He is a member of Phi Sigma Delta Fraternity. He is now associated in the lumber and construction business with his father in Cleveland. After an air cruise through the j Caribbean Islands, the couple will reside at 1445 Eastwood Avenue, Mayfield Heights, Ohio. J2AY. Miss Skirley Rosenblum Wed* In Double Ring Ceremony vW Miss Shirley Rosenblum, daughter of Mr ,„,, u C blum, 2036 SW 12th Street, was married to '*£{??**and Mrs. Morris Senoff, Chicago, Illinois, i„ i^y*. D**HJ performed by Rabbi Simon April and Cantor" iw!..* Miami Hebrew School and Congregation on Sund Given in marriage by her parents, the bride w 9 Miss Smmdtt Zemtl Zemel, Schayowiti Betrothal Told Mr. and Mrs. Sol Zemel, of North Plainfield, New Jersey, announce the betrothal of their daughter, Sandee, to William Schayowitz. The couple are University of Miami students. Mr. Schayowitz is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Schayowitz, 2837 SW' 1st Street. A graduate of Miami Jackson High School, he is a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi at the U of M. Miss Zemel belongs to Iota Alpha Pi Sorority. A wedding in August is planned by the engaged couple. lerina gown of nylon net over satin and a shirred bodice covered with a lace jacket of long pointed sleeves and a high standup Peter Pan collar. Her finger-tip illusion veil was held by a satin cloche. She carried a Confirmation Bible centered by two white orchids and .-howered with stephanotis. Matron of honor was Mrs. Bernard Rosenblum, sister-in-law of. bride, attired in an ice blue ballerina-length lace gown. Miss Judith Senoff, sister of the groom, and Miss Anita Gurkey were bridesmaids. Both carried colonial bouquets of sweetheart roses and baby breath and pink shower. Miss Senoff wore a white ballerinalength gown with a pink and lilac appliqucd floral pattern. A baby blue net ballerina gown was chosen by Miss Gurkey. Junior bridesmaid was Miss Rosalie Rosenblum, sister of the bride, attired in a pink ballerina gown of nylon net over taffeta. She carried a colonial bouquet of white roses and pale blue shower. Mr. Samuel Banks, uncle of the groom from Chicago, acted as best man. Miss Meyrle Iris was soloist dur'^ki l W le of ti | Mrs. (MfM Steefl — Arclni.m Mrs. Will Sukenik Install Mrs. Levin NCJVV President At Noon Today The Miami Division of the National Council of Jewish Women A ill hold an installation luncheon today, 12:30 p.m., at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel. Mrs. Nathaniel Levin will be installed as president. Others are Ihe Mesdames Leo Ackerman, vice president in charge of service; Herbert Scher, vice president in charge of education; Leon Kaplan, administration vice president; Peritz Scheinberg, recording secretary; Morris Blau, corresponding secretary; Ben Singer, treasurer; and Harold Zeaman, financial secretary. National Board members are Mrs. Stanley Myers and Mrs. Monte Selig, who is also installing officer. Rabbi Joseph Narot will be the guest speaker. Mrs. Newton Lev.nson is in charge of arrangements, with Mrs. Sylvia Chertkoff acting as program chairman. Mrs. Julian Weinkle is in charge of decorations, and reservations are being handled by Mrs. Jasper Cromer. Guest Cantor At Beth El Congregation Beth El will have as its guest Cantor for the Shavuoth services May 20th and 21st Cantor Simcha Dainow who has served for a number of years in Congregation Ohel Jacob, Philadelphia, and for the past five years in Shaare Zion Synagogue, Sioux City, Iowa. Miss Katz Chooses Strapless Gown For Wedding To William Katzker On May 3rd at the Lincoln Manor. Marion Leah Katz. daughter of Mrs. Esther Katz. of 3770 SW 1st Street. Miami, and the late Irving B. Katz. became the bride of Sgt. William Katzker. son of Mr. and Mrs. David Katzker, Ellenville, New York. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiated. Jerome Katz. brother of the bride, acted as best man. Mrs. M. Gross was matron of honor. Irwin Lloyd Gross was page boy. with Barbara Gross acting as flower girl. Mrs. Louis Gordon, paternal grandmother of the bride, flew in for the wedding. Mrs. Yetta Weishaus, maternal grandmother of the bride, also attended. The bride selected a strapless ballerina-length gown of imported chantilly lace and skirt of nylon tulle, with lace tunic forming a V on the skirt. Her fingertip illusion veil was attached to a crown of seed pearls and tulle. She carried orchids on a Bible. The bride was graduated from Miami Senior High School. The groom spent 13 months in Korea and is now stationed at Opa Locka Marine Base. The couple will tour Florida on their honeymoon and will make their residence in Miami. School in Chicago and ing the ceremony, with Mrs. Jer-' j* oss evelt College there. ome Schwarzman accompanying on! n tne United States Mu the piano. stationed at Opa Lock*. A reception followed the cereFollowin a hone> !" mony at the home of the bride's I Miami Boacn ,he ""I* parents. Out-of-town guests includside at 219 SW 10th StreH ed the groom's maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wacky of Chicago. Newlywed Mrs. Senoff is a native Miaraian and graduated from Miami High School, where she was a member of Phi Sigma Tau Sorority and the Glee Club. The groom graduated from Von Stuben High •~-w\^ Mrs. Schreidell Heads Beth David PTA Mrs. Bernard Shreidell has been unanimously elected president of the Beth David Synagogue PTA. Other officers unanimously elected are the Mesdames George Horn, vice president; Robert Nedbor, recording secretary; Irving Bakst, corresponding secretary; and Irvin Sirkin, treasurer. The group will hold its final meeting of the season on May 21st, 8:30 p.m., at Howard Johnson's on Biscayne Boulevard and 11th Street. MAKE RESERVATIONS! for choice acccmmoditi Jltanrraggaa HENDERS0NV1LLE, I World F.imoui Cuivm j American Plan Beginning atSJ Weekly Mjy 30th to 0e,\ Brochure on Request. Yogri BLANCHE and SID LEWU Going Formal? • mrs. William Kafiftr B'nai B'rith Women Installation Miami Beach Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, will install its newly elected officers at the Empress Hotel on Tuesday, May 19th, 12 noon. Installing officer will be Mrs. Ida Optner, vice president of District No. 5. National Hillel Commissioner Harold Turk will be guest speaker. DR. A. SCHREIBER ANNOUNCES THl OPENING Of OffKlS •t 2036 S.W. FIRST STREET Miami 35, Florida PH. 9-9673 HOURS: 1 to 5 P.M. SnCIAUZINO IN THE HOHSMOKU TKlATMtHT Of: HERNIA (rupture) HEMORRHOIDS (piles) PROSTATE GLANDS VARICOSE VEINS Shavuoth Assembly Will Mark Festival On Tuesday afternoon. May 19th, at 12:15 p.m., a special assembly will be held by pupils of the Hebrew Academy dedicated to Shavouth. The program will include a dramatic musical presentation Bikurim Today, written by Mrs. Joshua Z. Stadlan, instructor at the Academy, and will be under the direction of Miss Edna Sachs, dramatics instructor. The playlet, will be in form of narration, song and dance. Israeli dances will also be presented. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal will address the students on the significance of the festival. Pupils participating in the program will be Sheldon Ciment, Sandy Reinhard. Rita Belle Katz Peter Klein, Dorothy Naness, Warren Teitelman, Alan Alper, Raphael Skop, Stuart and Stanley Kimmel, James Dublin, Adina Stadlan. Jay Makovsky. Jack Shapiro, Ira Imberman. Helen Herz. Valerie Mamches, Melvin Ciment, Herman Shapiro, Phyllis Katz, Nathaniel Zemel, Charles Jemel. Joel Ezon. Hillel Glover, Perry Ciment, Martin Katz. Carl Sontag Robert Cropper, Marshall Saperstein, Stanley Kimmel, Eric Merlin Lester Fensterheim, Sean Kaufman, Eileen Nussbaum and Mich ael Resnick. TV REPAIRS IMMDIATt mmuoH SUVKl NIGHTS, SUNDAYS, HOUDAYS S3 far Cell t*mm ciTY-wtDi TV M-mi [0 Formal W e I r that it frethiy cleaned, amartly styled, properly -fitted. Complete outfit* Including shoes. 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IV. MAY IS, 1958 %  >\ '5 ••. > — Ardmore Mrs. Hal Burnt 5S Hilary Rott ids Hal Burns double ring ceremony at her on Sunday afternoon, May I Miss Hilary Rott, daughter of knd Mrs. David Rott, 532 Alkoad and formerly of Detroit, Be the bride of Hal Burns, son and Mrs. Charles Burnsten, napolis, Indiana. Rabbi Irvchrman officiated. bride wore a white organdy englh gown styled with an Didercd bodice and full fan fed skirt. Her off-face organdy bidered hat was trimmed with velvet ribbon and nose veil. tarried a bouquet of white orI and shasta daisies. The bride a strand of cultured pearls, from her aunt, Mrs. A. G. bthal. of Detroit, Michigan. Harold W. Frohman, of nbus. Indiana, matron of honDil sister of the bridegroom, a Greige gown and carried orchids and shasta daisies. ott was gowned in Camellia satin, while Mrs. Burnsten | h l.iui 111.140 pink chiffon. bride was graduated from chool, attended Fairfax Hall, sboro, Virginia, and the rsity of Miami. and Mrs. Harry Lewis, magrandparents of the bride, in from Detroit, Michigan. [A. G. RosenthaL, of Detroit, the bride, also flew in for nedding. • Mark, of Miami Beach, acted kst man. Mr. Burns attended University of Indiana and is in utruction business here. '•ouple flew to Puerto Rico ii' Virgin Islands for their jynio.m. Upon their return, 1 will make their home at 809 foan Way, Miami Beach. Pesacov, Brieger Rites Announced The former Mildred Pesacov, 1S37 SW 15th Street, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Max Pesacov, of Newport, Rhode Island, and Ralph Brieger were married on Sunday afternoon, May 3rd, at the Delano Hotel. The bride wore a cocktail gown of white lace over pale blue and carried and heirloom Bible with orchids. Miss Rose Pesacov, th3 bride's sister, as maid of honor, wore a silk organza gown of champagne hue with blue accessories. Oscar Pesacov, the bride's brother, gave her away. Her sister-inlaw, Mrs. Oscar Pesacov, acted as matron of honor. Mr. George Pesacov was best man. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brieger left on an extended motor trip to New York, Providence and Newport, Rhode Island. They will make their home in Miami. While in New York, the bride's cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kaufman, of Forest Hills, Long Island, will entertain the bride and groom at a dinner, dance reception at their home. PAGE-7A Personally Junior Hadassah Mother's Day Fete Mrs. Kalpk Brieger il v Wishes To Share Ring 3-bedroom homo with warkImother with 1 or 2 childrtn. •noble. 71* S.W. MtT AVM. KILL MNf 3 WATf REAL-KILL 1 BUG KILLER U-SAV-IT-STORE Perrino, Florida Mrs. Henry Kramari Hornstein, Kramarz Wed; Honeymoon In New England In a double ring ceremony at the Masonic Hall on May 2nd, Sondra Hornstein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Hornstein, 1118 SW 13th Court, became the bride of Henry Kramarz, son -of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kramarz, 2347 SW 16th Court. Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated, assisted by Cantor Maurice Mamches. Milton Boxer was best man. David Teitel and Berni Schlessinger acted as ushers. Maid of honor was Ileane Hornstein, sister of the bride. Bridesmaids included Carol Kahn and Carol Frucht. The bride selected a gown made with a lace bodice and nylon tulle skirt forming into a cathedral train. She carried two orchids on a Bible. Her shoulder-length illusion veil was attached to a crown of orange blossoms. Newlywed Mrs. Kramarz was graduated from Miami Senior High School and attended the University of Miami. The couple left by car and will tour New England for their honeymoon. They will make their home at 111 SW 30th Avenue, Miami. SINGLE WOMAN will short home with same. Brandnew home in exclusive Northeast residential section. Call 7MW5. '! w Bake if Better.' Bake if Quicker.' Bake it Kosher! KOSHER CAKI IN ttSS THAN 4 MINUTES FROM rftCMH TO PAN! FW,T00V 1 MAM mi/ DiWar/CakeMiifes Knar IngwMHant*?.. perfacHy bland*.* foryfhKt main aoary Hmat Gables Bowery Night The Young Adult Group of the Coral Gables Jewish Center will present its Bowery Night on Saturday evening, 9 p.m., at 320 Palermo Avenue. Speaking Edwin Zalis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joel C. Zalis, of 1668 SW 14th Terrace, Miami, is a new pledge of Phi Eta Sigma, freshman scholastic honorary at the University of Miami in Coral Gables. Zalis was graduated from the Talmudical Academy in June, 1952. He is a chemistry major. iV Mr. and Mrs. Morris J. Altschul, winter residents at 4180 Chase Avenue, left Tuesday to move to their summer home in Far Rockaway, New York. Mr. Altschul is a director of Beth Tfilah Congregation on Miami Beach, as well as of the Jewish Center of the Hebrew Institute in Long Island. %  ft & %  & Mr. and Mrs. Michael Toth, of 1025 Meridian Avenue, announce the birth of their son, David Wayne, at St. Francis Hospital on May 9th. David Joins his 13-monthold sister, Cheryl. Grandparents are Mrs. Mary Toth, of New York City, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levy, Miami Beach. SStt" MJGUST BROS RVj is f^f• Of %r A Mother's Day Bruneh was held at the Monte Carlo Hotel on Sunday for mothers of members of Miami Beach Chapter of Junior Hadassah. They were presented with certificates for trees planted in Israel. Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, president of the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah and vice president of the Florida Region, and Mrs. Moses Mescheloff, who presented a candlelight invocation, were guest speakers. Mrs. Gerald Soltz, regional president of Junior Hadassah, was among other officials present. Also honored at the affair were Elaine Schwart, president; Harriet Lipshitz, vice president; Lona Brandeis, treasurer; Eleanor Shore, publicity chairman; Riva Shopero, membership chairman. Refined Family CAN CARE FOR AN INVALID KOSHER STYLE DIETS PHONE 82-2858 Dr. Harold Book DENTIST Announces his return horn the US. Air force to resume the General Practice of Dentistry at 5331 N.E. 2nd Ave. Sabal Palm) Miami, Florida Telephone 84-7726 Office Hoars: 9 to S And By Appointment ii



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PAGE 8 A + l f mistf*)rHX*L Council For Judaism flits Zionist Activity Continued from Paa • A other group than Jews?" be asked. Mr. Levison warned against what he called the frustrating of the development of the "inevitable | tide of national consciousness" of j the Middle East. He also asserted; that he knew of no responsible au-: thority anywhere, certainly not in, the United States Government, that advocates solving the problem of the Middle East "by doing away with Israel." Helps Anti-Semite* Meanwhile, Rabbi Irving Miller, president of the Zionist Organization of America, scored the American Council for Judaism for allegedly raising'the charge of "dual allegiance" against American Jews who are active in Zionist work. Jewish community leaders in San Francisco. Dr. Miller said further that since efforts to strengthen cultural ties between Israel and American Jewswhich have been pressed by the Zionists—are supported by a majority of American Jewry the Council for Judaism "has im-, pugned the loyalty and patriotism of this country's Jewish citizens. The Council members* obession with hyphenated loyalties, growing OOt of their own private fears and j insecurities, has thus been most helpful to the anti-Semites but cer-' tainly not to the American Jewish community." Declaring that the Council's membership is a "small group of j embittered men"' who are 'uncon-. cerned with realities." Rabbi Miller charged that they %  p ersist in fighting the Jewish State, seemingly unaware of the fact that they i are no longer fighting an idea, but a democratic state, which enjoy* most friendly relations and is engaged in close cooperation with our own country. Moreover." Mutual Security Aid Bill Calls For Collected Defense In Near East A Miami member of the first all WOMB'S Delegation to inspect Israels industry on behalf of Stale Of Israel Bonds was the quest this week of Israels former First Lady. Mrs. Vera We*, mann. at the Presidential Mansion near Rehovot Here the wife of the late President Chaim Weixmann (right) is shown discussing Israels development with Mrs. Louis Glasser, ot 3168 Prairie Avenue. Miami Beach. Mrs. Glasser has since returned here. Rabbi Gross On Forum Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy, will be guest speaker on Simon Seiden's Jewish Forum of the Air over station WMIE, Sunday, May 17th, at 10:30 a.m. Subject of his talk is: The Sword Or The Book — Which? Pioneer Women €oU**t $400 Some $400 was collected for the Jewish National Fund at a Mother's Dav Party Sunday in the home of Mrs Pauline Cosow, 7222 Trouville Esplanade. The party was sponsored by the Pioneer Women's Organization. Club No. 2. Over 100 persons attended, according to Mrs. Esther Sh Rtbb* David Shapiro, spiritual j Drive For Funds leader of the Hollywood Jewish Community Center, and Mrs. Manya Sbubov. addressed the gathering. Mrs. J. Powell was heard in a reading, and Mrs. Nathan Bookspan made the JNF appeal. Shaare Zedek Opens ZOA president insisted, "they give aid and comfort to avowed enemies of Israel who are intent upon de-. Meyer On Committee st roving this single bastion of democratic strength in the Middle NEW YORK — Baron de Hirsch Ka.-t." I Meyer, of Miami Beach, attorney %  "— • and business and philanthropic leader, has been named to the Executive Committee of the American Jewish Committee, according to an announcement here made by Jacob Blaustem. AJC president, and Irving M. Engel, executive chairman. Yt to taaty that va thoae aot eo • MBfree diet love them. Why tolerate Rat. iMirWi breadstuff* any kmarr? put Savor into that salt-free diet with STREIT'S UHSAITED WATZOS STREIT'S MATZOS Disfrioafed luclmntlr Sf HI-GRADE FOOD CO. 1731 R.W. 7th AVL PRONt *-MS4> IJthxm 350 Lincoln Road Menanine — PhetM 5-5419 Entrance on Washington Ave. OCULISTS • Prescriptions Filled • Lenses and Frames Duplicated • Large Selection in Latest Styles A hospital combining the most I efficient care and treatment with ; heartfelt "human" consideration and feeling is indeed unique. Yet I that is the combination which acj tivates and personifies the Shaare I Zedek Hospital in Jerusalem, ac| cording to current reports from i Israel. Founded more than half a century ago—the first modern hospital in the Holy Land outside the walls of the Old City of Jerusalem— Shaare Zedek has maintained its standards of medical and surgical competence. Its medical, surgical, internal, gynecological, ear, nose and throat, orthopaedic, x-ray and isolation departments are among the world's finest. Its maternity division established an enviable record in 1961. There were 1,708 [ birth—and not one death—a record unique anywhere, and particularly : amazing in the Middle East. But the facilities of Shaare Zedek have not been able to keep > pace with Israel's growing populaItion and needs. Plans for modernization and expansion have been | drawn and approved by the Israeli Government. They call for extensions to the hospital, increase of %  facilities of the hospital and its I laboratories, extension of its isola1 tion department and a new Nurses' Home and Maternity Wing. Further particulars are available from the American Committee for 'Shaare Zedek Hospital in Jerusa i lem. Incorporated. Suite 510. 261 Broadway, New York 7, New York. Continued from Pegs 1 A mit it to participate in the defense of the area or in the United Nations collective security arrange! rnents and measures and that it would not undertake any act of aggression against any other nation and have complied with the conditions set forth in the Mutual Security Act and Mutual Defense l Assistance Act as the President 'shall find to be essential." The amount of economic aid asked — $194,000,000 — compered with the sum of $196,000,000 for !the same area requested last year by the Truman Administration, i 1 Last year the sum was reduced by I Congress to $181,000,000 in an I across-the-board slash. A total of $499,000,000 in military assistance for the Near Eastern area, including Greece, Turkey and Iran, was voted last year, but Israel has not ibenefitted from this as yet, because it has not been declared eliI gible for non-reimbursible arms aid. It is specified in the bill that Near Eastern economic funds will include monies for "the relief and rehabilitation of refugees and other types of economic assistance to aid in maintaining economic and political stability in the area. There have been off-the-record assurances, meanwhile, that Administration leaders will provide Israel with its fair share. In testimony before a joint meeting of the Senate and House Oommittess on Armed Services and Foreign Affairs, which received the Administration's $5,800,000,000 MSA bill, Mr. Dulles said the Government sought to "undertake limited military aid programs to the countries of the Near East which contribute to their internal security and assist in programs which will bring about peace between Israel and the Arab nations and in establishing a regional defense organization." Mr. Dulles pointed out that "this {area is subject to Soviet pressures attempting to take advantage of political unrest and WOTK^J tresses. Western and even K2 1 can prestige," he said, hJ7 deteriorating steadily W(ltt| 21 ation requires urgent and remedial measures." Defense Secretary chJ Wilson testified that his dii with NATO commanders ing the Near East convinced] "there is real need for the situation." Therefore, Nrj son said, substantial funds wJl quested "to create strength weakness may not be a temp for further aggression." In subsequent testimony the House Foreign Affairs Co tee, Mr. Dulles emphasized hfcj lief that the Near East caa be treated as a whole. He^ ed it would not be realistic (__, to build a defense against POSM Soviet aggression as long. ( area is weakened i nternally technical state oi war betwaaj Arab states and Israel. By tbei legislation, Mr. Dulles said, bet ed to initiate a program i woold include prospects for ^ Israel peace and which wouW| vide a foundation for a mutual 1 fense structure The Secretary of State these points in reply to a qn by Representative Jacob K_ ^ who wanted to know if them not a new concept contained at bill which treats the Near Eat] a single area, including aid, and institutes pn against such arms being used i ( g ressively. Mutual Security Aid I Harold Stassen told toe F I Relations Committee that he i I leaving with Mr Dulles for 1 i Near East and Mould, amoigi things, look into the Arab i problem and "other uMi problems'' in the Arab-Ismli Tfce SeenVt 0ftfand/ag Jewish CMS tor Bays ai Jirli CAMP CARLYLE HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. In the hurt of vacationland. WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA DIRECTOR — WINTON L. MOELLER Principal, Woodward High School, Cincinnati, Ohia Educational, aocial and recreational activities — supervised by t"4— leaders. 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)AY. MAY J5, 1953 ZJeHMifhrMbr? m i Officers of the Bureau of Jewish Education installed durina the annual dinner held at the Empress Hotel last Thursday are heft to right, seated) Benjamin Meyers, honorary presidentMrs. Charles A. Ratner, vice president; Max Meisel, president' -nding) Israel Shapoff, vice president; Harry Simonhoff' fc-ice president; Ben Zion Ginsburg, secretary; Joseph Duntov' Ireas urer; and Louis Schwartzman executive director. ipaet Calls For lature Council jiiami Beach City Council candate Harold B. Spaet yesterday mounced a five-point platform signed, he said, to reflect the bturity of Miami Beach to its lizens and to the nation. ISpact, a former associate municiMurt judge, called for harbnious and calm deliberations at uncil meetings and a return to jsic precepts of the city charter i the top plank of his platform. %  His program, he said, also inlides removal of the Police DeIrtment from politics so that it py function efficiently without jtside interference, a fair and luitable civil service plan for all iy employees, reduction of taxes pough elimination of waste and plication of municipal spending d long-range planning for agfessive municipal promotion and Iblicity to attract increasing nbers of tourists and new resists. Bpaet, who has lived in Miami |ach for nearly 20 years, is a exalted ruler of the local ks Lodge. He was a vice presipt of the Florida Elks Associaand currently is a director ie Southeastern Florida Childb's Home Society. Current president of the Miami ach Bar Association, he is a kmber of Knights of Pythias, Odd plows. B'nai B'rith and Miami ach Civic League. He served for years as president of the Jewi Home for the Aged. Gables B'nai B'rith Women Installation The B'nai B'rith Women of Coral Gables will install their new officers at a luncheon on Tuesday May 19th, in the Colony Restaurant. Mrs. Herman Brenner will be installed as president by Mrs. Jack Wein, of the North Shore Chapter. Other new officers for the year are the Mesdames Al Lozoff, Selmar Lazar and Sol Bodial, vice presidents; Jack Toback, treasurer; Sol Rappaport, financial secretary; Ralph Cohn, recording secretary; H. Green, corresponding secretary; Joseph Rogers, historian; Sidney Pozen, monitress; and Mrs. Sidney Suss, parliamentarian. Installation chairmen are the Mesdames Leo Past and Herman Taylor. A musical skit will also be presented by members of the North Shore Chapter of B'nai B'rith. PAGE 5 A Holiday Deadline Office* and plant of Tht Jewish Floridian will remain closed on Wodnatday and Thursday, May 20th and 21t, do. to the Shavoorh holiday. Copy and Photographs for publication murt be on our desks by Monday at 12 noon. Morris Named Guard Captain Marjory Klee Will Head Beth Sholom Sisterhood; Replaces Mrs. Farr Hy M. Morris has been elected captain of the Honor Guard of the Norman Bruce Brown Post, No 174, Jewish War Veterans of the United States. Other officers elected were Sidney Horn, lieutenant; Kenneth C. Braidman, drillmaster; Obbie Rosenthal, assistant drillmaster; Julius Deutsch, adjutant; Larry White, supply officer; and Frank Kline! finance officer. This is the first Honor Guard founded in the State of Florida among the Jewish War Veterans posts, and during the past six years it has provided military services and rites at the graveside of 144 deceased and repatriated veterans, Morris said. In addition, it has held annual memorial services and posted colors at various civic and veterans functions. The Honor Guard is now at full strength, according to Morris, having recently recruited and uniformed several new members. fomen Voters To Hear Council Candidates he League of Women Voters of ni Beach will hold a candis' meeting today, 2 p.m., in Miami Beach Realty Board ditorium, 1065 Dade Boulevard. p. Robert L. Jackson, local 'eminent chairman, said that the fegram will include the 16 candies^ currently running for Miami City Council. Flagler Women To Hear Talk On Posture The Women's Group of Flagler Granada Jewish Community Center, will hold its monthly meeting on Thursday, May 21st, 8:30 p.m. Mrs. Sylvia Freed, program chairman, will introduce Dr. Gertrude Mooney who will speak on the advantages of correct posture in walking and sitting. Dr. Mooney is Professor of Health and Physical Education at the University of Miami. Bialik Branch Party Bialik Branch No. 290 will hold a Shavuoth evening on Thursday, May 21st, 9 p.m., at the Sorrento Hotel. Honorary chairman is Jacob Fishman. Pallas Athena Moves Harry N. Zapantes, who has operated the Pallas Athena Restaurant on Flagler Street since 1943, is now at 637 Flagler Street. Zapantes serves the finest in Grecian style foods prepared in an exotic and tempting manner. on June 2 you've a date with V nn)$ for City Council I* torissaf Jawfaa Neeae far taw I *•* for 5 r—rt. '*mu AsMeJafa MmmMmml B'nai B'rith Has Member Drive All the affiliated lodges of B'nai B'rith in the State of Florida have commenced their annual May drive for new members. The campaign is now being conducted in this area under the direction of George Talianoff, of Miami Beach Lodge, who is a state regional vice president. All of the lodges have combined their efforts to enroll at least 500 new members for this May Drive. Miami lodges will hold a combined membership breakfast on Sunday, May 17th, at 10 a.m., in the outdoor patio of the Garden Restaurant. Hialeah Center Will Hold Fifth Annual Installation Affair The fifth annual installation dinner of the Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Community Center will be held in the private dining room of the Sorrento Hotel on May 17th, at 7 p.m. Guest speaker and master of ceremonies will be Circuit Court Judge Grady Crawford. Reverend Leo Heim, spiritual leader of the Center, will tender the blessing. In charge of reservations is Irving Zitter, chairman. Officers to be installed are president, Harold Kravitz; 1st vice president, Raymond Lord; 2nd vice president, Sarah Askowitz; treasurer, Irving Zitter; financial secretary, Ida Cortez; correspond secretary, Ida Lubow; and recording secretary, Frances Patronage. Officers elected by the Ladies Auxiliary are: president, Evelyn Silverman; 1st vice president, Lee Begun; 2nd vice president, Ida Lubow; treasurer, Miriam Strunin; recording secretary, Billie Krupp; and corresponding secretary, Dorothy Gordon. 12th AVENUE COMMUNITY MARKET Cor. N.W. 12th Ava. 7th St. "We Hw* Oast" Marjory Hill Klee, of 3325 Alton Road, will be installed as president of the Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood on Friday, May 22nd, at a luncheon in the Saxony Hotel. Mrs. Klee replaces Mrs. Aaron Farr. Mrs. Klee is a native of Chicago. She graduated from New Trier High School in Winnetka, Illinois, and attended Northwestern University. She served with the Chicago Board of Education until her marriage in 1935, to the late Bert S. Klee. In Chicago she was president of the PTA and PTA Council chairman. She was an officer of the United Order of True Sisters and was secretary of the Woman's Board of Mount Sinai Hospital there. Mrs. Klee was also president of the Woman's Auxiliary of the Child Guidance Clinics and vice president of the Child Guidance Centers of Chicago. During the war, she served in the Canteen Division of the American Red Cross and in the Veterans hospitals with the AWVS. In Miami Beach, Mrs. Klee has served a.s a Pink Lady in Mount Sinai Hospital and the Ground Obj server Corps of Civilian Defense. Mrs. Marjory Met South Atlantic Slates Double Performance South Atlantic, a full-length musical comedy with orchestral accompaniment, is now in production at the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center. Mrs. Robert Tauber, chairman, announced this week that two per-, formances will be given on Satur-| day and Sunday, May 16th and. 17th, at 8:40 p.m. Directed by Edward Moore, the original script and lyrics are by the Mesdames Philip Schiff and George Gittleson. Leading characters are portrayed by Frances Immerman, Sylvia Kirschner, Jack Shaw, Jerry Gilj bert, Roz Berrin, Al Ziegler and Leo Rothstein. Choreographers are Dorothy Dorothy Newman, Mildred Draizer and Wynn Lapin. Mildred Draizer is director of the chorus. Scenery and theatrical property managers are Buddy Logue and Philip Schiff. Beth El Academy; Marks First Year On Sunday, May 17th, at 6 p.m., the victory dinner celebrating the completion of the first year of the Beth El Hebrew Academy will be held in the Dora August Memorial Hall at 500 SW 17th Avenue. The Academy opened last September. Dr. Shmaryahu T. Swirsky, Beth El spiritual leader, will deliver an address entitled: When Flowers Blossom From The Walls. Cantor Maurice Mamches, of Beth David Congregation, will present a musical program. In charge of the affair are the Mesdames k Vishkoff, chairman, M. Parness, co-chairman, A. Chiel, L. Fine, D. Handshu, M. Kurtz, M. Rappaport and J. Rosenberg. See or Phone Me NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Llfo Ins. Co. •07 Biacayna Bldg. 19 W. Flagler St. As Ja at safe aU-ft, ftWf DELICATESSEN and DELICATESSEN! *** Ut terT •*•*, Manufacture!* com* and manufacturers go; aid name a fade | """•*>,*, •way and n*w nimii appear. Some are good, wme are better, but at always, there b THE BEST! 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PAGE 10 A >Jmistfhi r§dkH) Participating in a dramatic skit which they presented at the Hadassah Medical Organization Luncheon of the Florida Regional Convention at the Empress Hotel were members of the Henrietta Szold Group of Hadassah. The Mesdames Milton W. Smith. Werner Kahn and Bamett Beckerman were the actresses. Mrs. Moses Mescheloff dire cted the one-act playlet Hillel Council Installs Aronovitz As President Map Plans For A>ir ffifftW House Some 150 Bnai Brith men and women met last week with Sydney Aronovitz. president of the Hillel 1 AdviM.ry Council, to complete plans for construct ins a new Hillel House on the campus of the University of Miami. According to Aronovitz, a fourpomt program was set up and committees appointed in an effort to collect pledges made during a drive jfor funds made earlier this year. Plans call for groundbreaking on August 1st The new Hillel House will provide facilities for some 2.300 Jewish students at the University of Miami. Sliolrni Lodge illtr< ia aeaacMf thmt Mltr M, Z4P4NTES HM PALLAS ATHUIA te.tor* it now eperefiaf aar Waiae K—m, sanriaa ffct seat dilkim ml exofic ftHMfs that made him fiNMI. hsiperfed Grecian mimn -4 rar feverife drinkt served froa ear Cedtteif leeafe. PALLAS ATHENA OPEN DAILY FLAGLER HOTEL From NOON to 12 ?M. 637 W. Flagler St Phone: 24816 a 33 =1 For Honest And Progressive Government ON JUNE 2nd PULL LEVER 16 VOTE FOR GEORGE G. WHITNEY cAHDtoAii FOR crrr couwcn


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5AY, MAY 15. 1953 *Je*i$HTcridi&n iperstein Is Named f mber Chairman North Shore Area Judge Albert H. Saperstein, MuIpul Judge of Miami Beach, Has In appointed chairman of the nber&hip Campaign for the ih Shore Jewish Center, acting to Sol Cohen, president, he Judge announced a goal of j new members to be enrolled ling the next two weeks. To In this goal, an intensive mem Chip drive will be carried on ;hi' North Shore area, Surfside | Bay Harbor Islands, he said. I increased membership will be Immodated in tha new synabe which will seat 1,100 people j which will be ready for the icoming High Holidays. tesident Eisenhower recently jred that to be a good Aroeri|one must belong to the sptrI center of his denomination. Us spirit of good Americanism, to our unaffiliated residents in %  community to respond to our Vign," Judge Saperstein said fccepting the chairmanship. ] trustee of the North Shore Jsh Center, Judge Saperstein [been actively associated with %  Center, serving as the first %  dent of its Men's Club. Sbhi Mayer Abramowitz, a hate of the Jewish Theolog| Seminary of America and a her Chaplain in the United fs Army, is the spiritual leadI the North Shore Jewish CenP AGE 11 A Judge Albert H Saperstein. chairman of the Membership Campaign of the North Shore Jewish Center, outlines the current drive to Ben Star, membership chairman; Rabbi Mayer Abramownz. spiritual leader; and Mrs. Jack Klinger. Sisterhood president. y ORKIN World'. La-g.,1 Ptil Control Co. ^EMBER OF B'NAI B'RITH" Call 2-1776 Welch Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Ltw Welch, formerly of 2436 Flamingo Drive, will take place Sunday, May 17th, 2 p.m., at Mt Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Mr. Welch is survived by his wife, Elsie, two brothers and two sisters. He was a trustee of the Miami Beach Elks Lodge, a Mason and Shriner. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Joseph Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Edgar E. Joseph, formerly of 1279 Marseilles Drive, Normandy Isle, will take place Sunday, May 17th, 2:30 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Mr. Joseph is survived-by his wife, Selma, one daughter, Mrs. Julian Abcrman, and one son, David, of Miami Beach. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. STAR of DAVID MEMORIAL PARK I ltWISH CAKDtN Of t T t IT N A I ?EACt Bernard E. Supworth, Pres. 58th ST. & PALMETTO I0AD, SOUTH MIAMI PH. 67-3669 Reasonable Prices Terms May Be Arranged if Dstirae %  Mva^iMiMPMiHMsrai^na Excitingly Different Taste! \ 2^2/W^ CAUlF££i CREAMED CO CHM.#' Miami Office: 1 53 N.E. 29th St Phone 82-4731 Hurwitz Earns Daetor?8 Degree The Hebrew Teachers' Association of Greater Miami this week announced that Joseph J. Hurwitz, 2nd vice president, has been awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. Dr. Hurwitz's field of specialization includes Hebrew, Aramaic, Biblical criticism and exegesis, archaeology and comparative religion. He earned the degree with distinction. His research was under Professor Elmer A. Leslie, of the Boston University Graduate School, and Professor Robert H. Pfeiffer, of Boston University and the Department i of Semitic Languages at Harvard. Dr. Hurwitz's dissertation is entitled: The Jewish Influences On The Narratives Of The Koran. Formerly an assistant at the graduate School of Boston University, Dr. Hurwitz is now teaching Hebrew at the University of Miami. He is also instructor of Hebrew at the Flagler-Granada Jewish Center. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKRBBV GIVEN that the undi isIgned. desiring to enga;.In business under the NrtltlouB name of AUTHORIZED SEWING CENTER, at 1212 S.W. 8th Street. Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Cterft of the Circuit Court of Dade County, F16rlda. MELVIN ROSENBERG RALPH HARNESS KASS & FULLER Attorney! for Melvln Rosenberg and Ralph Parness 5/15-22-29 — 6/5 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 15*430 MW.PAH VIOLA JOHNSTON JACK, Plaintiff. ROBERT M. JACK, Defendant. ORDER FOR PUBLICATION TO: ROBERT M. JACK In rare of H. E. Jack 181 Vi King Street W. Dundas, Ontario, Canada rOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce nan been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your answer or pleading to the Bill of Complaint on plaintiff's attorney, DAVID A. FRANK. 401 Olytnpia Building, Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the.Clerk of tha Circuit Court on or before the 1..tli day of June, 1953. If you fail to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you. DATED at Miami. Florida, May 13th, 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court Dade County, Florida (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) By V. B. MAC LAREN Deputy Clerk 5/15-22-29 — 6/ LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha' the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of DAKJAN OF MIAMI, at 279 1 SW 32nd Court. Miami, Florida, intends to register aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MURIEL TEXBER SUE MILLER HITNER AND HUTNER Attorneys for Dai-Jan of Miami 5M olympla Building. Miami 32, Fla. 5/15-22-2* — 6/5 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30122-A In Re: ESTATE OF SAUL -MINSKOFF, Deceased NOTICE TO CREATORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Bald Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you. may have against the estate of SAUL MINSKOFF. deceased late of Miami Beach. Dade County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the safae in their office In the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant ami tn lie sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same win be barred. Bee Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date May 12. A.D. 1953. KMANCEL E. MINSKOFF, As Administrator of the Estate of SAC I, MINSKOFF. Deceased. MYERS, 1IE1MAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Administrator .-. I5-J2-29 -7 6/5 -,; 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of RICKY TIES OK MIAMI, at 35 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SIDNEY MEDNICK, Sole Owner MARX M. FABEIt Attorney for Applicant 412 Congress Bldg., Miami, Florida 5/15-22-29 — 6/5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CAUSEWAY ELECTRICAL SUPPLY, at 741 5th Street, Miami Beach, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. Iu are required to serve a copy of your answer or other responsive pleadings thereto on plaintiff's attorneys. ROTH AND FABER, 412" Congress Building. Miami. Florida, and file the original In Ikoffice of the Clerk of the above Court on or before the 15th day of June. I95S; otherwise a default will be entered against you. Dated this 13th day of May. 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court By: V. H. MAC LAREN 5/15-22-X9 — 6/5 %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BURNETT DRUG STORE, at 8701 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register said name with (he Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MRU ANNETTE KENDALL KATZOFF' ANNA BRENNER MEYERS Attorney for Mrs. Annette Kendall Katsoff 5/15-22-29 — 6/5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of TROPiCAL PHOTO SERVICE, at 716 5th Street,. Miami Beach, Intend to register -said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, F'lorida. SAMUEL L. LEINER GERTRUDE LEINER MONROE S. GUGOENHIIIM HELEN R. GUGGENHEIM EWF3N C. FOSTER ELINOR FOSTER HAROLD TANNEN Attorney for Applicants 1009 Security Bldg., Miami 5/15-22-29 — 6/3 ZSBs*^ r%i3UST BROS RV/ CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATS OF FLORIDA TO ALL TO WHOM THES*E PRESENTS SHALL COME—GREETING: This Is to certify that, whereas Alvln Caasel, Miami Beach. Fla. Lewis Horwlts, Miami Beach. Fla. Gladys Gutfreund, Miami Beach. Fla. did on the 10th day of November, A.D., 1650, cause to be Incorporated under the IrovlBlons of Chanter 10096, Iawa of Florida, Acts of 192ST RICKY TIFIS OF MIAMI, INC.. a corporation, with Its principal place of business at Miami. Dade County, In the State of Florida, and whereas the proper officers of such corporation did on the 5th day of January, A.D., 1951. cause to be filed In this office Certificate of Amendment Changing Its Corporate Name to — TIES A BOWS, INC. and, whereas the stockholders of such corporation did on the 7th day of May, Al. 1963, cause to be filed In the office of the Secretary of State of the State of Florida, a Consent of all the stockholders under the provisions of said Chapter 10096, I.aws of F'lorida. Acts of 1925, showing the dissolution of such corporation, and the Secretary of State Is satisfied that the requirements of I


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e ?:•£ <• ^lewii^ MIAMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY. MAY 15. 1953 SEC. B :*m„\ **0** Miriam Sirkin, chairman of the Federation 15th annual (seated center) meets with committee chairmen to jl plans for the event at the Empress Hotel on Sunda/ >-17th, 6:30 p.m. Shown studying the program arc (seated) Sylvia Chertkof, Mrs. Sirkin and Mrs. Louis Makovsky, tding (left to right) are Mrs. Fannie Selig, Mrs. Anna Seltzs. Oscar Zelteer and Mrs. William Copland. Klass To Be Bid Farewell At Federation Meeting On Sunday Fifteen years of life-saving service to Israel and Greater Miami will be celebrated at the annual meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation on Sunday. 6:30 p.m.. at the Empress Hotel. According to Mrs. Milton Sirkin, chairman, seven past presidents of Federation, the community planning agency which conducts the Combined Jewish Appeal, will Iraoe-the growth and development of the Jewish community here from 1938 to the present date under Executive Director Morris Klass. Klass is resigning his post to enter private industry as an associate of the Upton Cooler and Ventilating Company in Miami. Community leaders who served as presidents of Federation since its inception will join in the tribute to Klass. They include Stanley C. Myers, Ben Bronston. Sam Blank, Max Orovitz, Jacob Sher, William D. Singer and Dan B. Ruskm. Klass led the Federation fund raising campaigns in this community totaling more than $12,000,000 since 1938. These drives were conducted fessor Buber Gets New Degree YORK— Professor Martin internationally known rets philosopher, was awarded horary doctorate on May 6th, (e Hebrew University of Jerufroni whose faculty he rein 1951, after many years' as Professor of Social Philr, it was announced by Dr. > S Wise, president of the Mean Friends of the Hebrew ersit>. ceremony, which marked juor Buber's 75th birthday, IheUt in Jerusalem. Professor Einstein, the late Dr. Chaim nann and the first Chancellor University, the late Dr. Ju. Magnes, are the recipients only other honorary-degrees ed by the University during |-year history. in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal which supports relief programs in Israel and maintains more than 45 national and local welfare institutions. A reputed alltime record was established by the Combined Jewish Appeal under his direction in 1948, when the community raised $1,500,000 for nukle will submit an analysis of the allocations sought by more than 45 separate institutions and agencies in the Combined Jewish Appeal, placing special emphasis on Dr. Buber, who is noted for his I mer ous humanitarian programs. writings in the field of Hassidism and other aspects of Judaism, is a member of the University's Board of Governors. Musicale, Skit At Mollie Kahaner Auxiliary Meet Featured at the Wednesday meeting of the Mollie Kahaner Ladies' Auxiliary of Congregation Monticello Park was a special program by a corps of Intermediate Girl Scouts of Troop 420. Along with the presentation of Coming to Miami in 1941 from Washington, D.C., where he headed the Jewish Social Service agencies, Klass was appointed president of the Florida State Conference of Social Welfare and served as a member of former Governor Millard CaldweU's Conference on Delinquency. Participating in the tribute to Klass will be Rabbi Joseph Narot, of Temple Israel, Miami, former chairman of the United Jewish Appeal in Atlantic City, and Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, of North Shore Jewish Center. Others in the fields a short skit in which Rose Marie Pelligrini and Myrna Genshaft j of government, community welfare, were featured players, Gail Tint' social work and philanthropy will and Julie Schneeberger appeared | be on hand to greet the outgoing in musical selections on the viola director. and flute. Federation President Carl Weinwiovi l*tf FRANKFURTERS CORNED BEEF SALAMI BOLOGNA PASTRAKI You just havent tastad a really good frankfurter untilyou taite thae. Choice Western corn-fed beef, aubtly seasoned te tantalizing goodness. And the Salami is truly truly wonderful. Nothing matches the exquisite, exalted bouquet and flavor of salami that carries the proud Israel Kosher trade markl LOOK FOR THIS SIGN l>< nturul ISRAEL KOSHER... Get What You Demand! Israel National Kosher Sausage Co.. Inc 230 N.W. Sth STREET MIAMI "" •*" "" Mtrris Klass the marked expansion of local agencies which serve the Greater Miami community and are special beneficiaries of the annual campaign. These include Mount Sinai Hospital. Jewish Home for the Aged, Bureau of Jewish Education, Jewish Social Service Bureau, Greater Miami Jewish Community Center and the National Council of Jewish Women. A report on the success of the current fund drive will be given by Howard Kane, campaign chairman, who early this week announced that more than $1,177,000 had been raised exceeding last year's pledge collections. Officers of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and members of the Board of Governors and Trustees will be elected at the annual meeting. Weinkle will preside at the presentation of awards to the campaign unit chairmen and announce the selection of the Combined Jewish Appeal's Worker Of The Year. More than 500 persons are expected to attend the 15th annual meeting. Assisting Mrs. Sirkin with arrangements for the traditional affair will be the Mesdames y Sylvia Chertkof, Aaron Farr, Louis Makovsky and Mr. Charles R. Jacobson. Dulles Chooses Route With Eye On Politics By ARTHUR LEWIS (Copyright, IMS, Jewish Telegrafiiiir Agency, Inc.) UNITED NATIONS—The itinerary which Secretary of State John John Dulles has chosen for his visit to the Middle East would seem to be a normal one. but it has assumed significance owing to the fact that he has rejected the political divisions which chop up the region and is following what is the natural geographical route. Instead of visiting the Arab States first and then going to Israel, a course which might have flattered trie susceptibilities of some of the politicians in the area, Mr. Dulles has decided to go to Egypt first, then to Israel and after that to Jordan. Syria and the other Arab States. Since time immemorial. Israel has served as a bridge between Egypt and the other states in the Middle East. What has almost boon forgotten in all the tumult and the shouting over the Palestine dispute is that the engineers and the practical men of science made Israel such a connecting link, that a railway runs from Cairo through Tel Aviv and Beirut to Ankara and Istanbul, where it hooks up with the vast railway network of Europe. At present, "the railway is cut on the borders of Israel, but through no fault of the Israelis, and the traHic no longer moves in the way it was meant to go. At the United Nations, Mr Dulles' itinerary is regarded as a demonstration that Israel is the bridge and that it should serve as such a bridge and that the. connection must be restored if there is to be peace and security in the region. His trip is considered to be of the utmost importance, if only because it is the first time that a Secretary of State has visited the Middle East. There is no doubt in anyone's minds here that Mr. Dulles' main purpose is to effect a peace settlement; it is remembered that he told a press conference at UN headquarters that there could be no Middle East Defense Command, no regional defense organizations whatsoever, without there being a peace settlement. In other words, the Secretary of State was saying that a peace settlement was the pre-condition for any other pacts or business that might be done while he was in the Arab States. .... u. Not only is Mr. Dulles' itinerary the natural way of visiting the Middle East, but it is the best route politically, for Egypt is by far the most important of the Arab States, and what Egypt does, the others will do. As observers here have said before now, there is no competition for first place in the Arab world. Egypt has that, but there is keen competition for second place. In the same way, there will be competition among these countries to be second in signing a peace settlement. • As far as can be learned here, there are no outstanding issues between the Egyptians and the Israelis; the Israelis have denied making any conditions for peace talks and say that they are ready to enter into negotiations immediately and that their stand is flexible and not fixed Of course, a withdrawal of troops from the Gaza area where Egypt has half its army and the end of the illegal blockade of Israelibound shipping in the Suez Canal would improve the atmosphere for the peace conference.



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PAGE 2 B +Je*lstncrkitor Mc Car ran Act Doesn't Meet American Needs, Corsi Says Jewish F lor id i an New* Feature The McCarran-Walter Immigration Law "does not meet America's needs at home and impairs our position as a leader among free nations | abroad.* Edward Corsi. former OS Immigration Commissioner at Ellis Island, declares in a Freedom Pamphlet published by the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai Brith. Corsi further asserts in the new pamphlet called. Paths To The New World — American Immigra-j ~ tion Yesterday. Today And Tocomposed entirely of immigrants: morrow, that the -national origins" or the descendants >f immigrants quota svstem included in the cur. _, • .. ... an| l owe much of its enterprise rent law violates the fundamental belief of our democratic society %  and strength to its foreign-born The Medina Law "in general i> citizens However. US attitude tonot in keeping with our traditions wards other nations as officially of fair play, decency and equal jus tice for all." Corsi asserts, and itrevision "should be the concern of al! thinking AmericanIn a section dealing with the -; t interests.' and. point by immigration and naturalization point, shows how such a revised!" laws and shows how the fundamen policy, while grounded in humani-' portation should be definitely stattally undemocratic "national ori tarian principles, can be adequate I e d. No person* admitted for perexpressed through its immigration policies have given little indication that Americans understand or even appreciate this heritage. In his closing chapter. Corsi presents suggestions for changes in ation At yearti Come-and-get-it-time at the Be'er Ora camp in Israel brings to the camp's mess-hall hungry, hard-working immigrant miners. Here, Ronni. a young newcomer from Vienna who works in the kitchen, clears the dishes for a new setting. principle was first introducfor US needs and security ed shortly after World War I as a result of a wave of "anti-alien feeling" This "thread of intolerance." says Corsi, "is once again led in our present immigration legislation It reflect the un-iCial prejudiceof prior in our history The a.-.-umption of superior and %  :pon w hich the naFollowing are the changes Corsi suggest The number of immigrants: The number should be limited by a definite annual quota, its size to be determined by the needs of the nation's economy and foreign policy. Quotas should be made without regard to national origin, race, creed or color but on the ba-iof quota system was the categories recommended by the een repudi President'g Commission on Immiated by all those who haw scientificalh examined the question. the author Moreover, he report-. "recent studies indicate that forD-born American-. regard!* f the country of their origin, h..\< a record equal to native born with to the major attribute of citizen.-hip — obedience to iaw. occupational adjustment, educationlevel health, family life and citizenship The effects on America of the ebb and flow of the various waves of immigration are examuied by gration and Naturalization, namely: a. The right of asylum. b. Reunion of families. c Needs of the United States. d Special needs of the free world General immigration. Administration: Should be returned to the Department of Labor because immigration is fundamentally a manpower and social question. Judicial processes: Judicial function-uch as appeals, hearings and review proceedings should be the author who pays tribute to the „ )ta n v divorced from enforcement contributions immigrants have activities made to our country's economic intellectual and spiritual life. The United States. Corsi emphasizes, is one of the few countries SUNRtfr-ARK HEALTH RESORT HOTELSAXiTARIUM roe t> n coMV*ixscrjta ueaeoiKuui % % %  •• M~ cover -MIAMIrLOBlOA Security: United States security should be protected by barring spies, saboteurs and subversives, but account should be taken of eases of involuntary membership in totalitarian parties and those who have repudiated Communi-rr. and Fa.scism. Civil rights: Citizenand aliens alike should be protected from unr.a.-onable searches and seizures. Deportations: Grounds for demanent residence should be deported unless his entry' was based on fraud, and some reasonable time limit should be provided after which deportation proceedings are barred Citizenship: Naturalized citizens should have the same status, duties and responsibilities as native-born citizens and should suffer the same penalties for misconduct. Denaturalization end expatriation: No person should be deprived of citizenship without judicial mittee. process, and no person should be ] compelled to become a "stateless person" by legislative action. Contract labor: Should be prohibited on the principle that entry into thicountry' should not be conditioned on the performance of labor for anyone or in any place Once apprised of the facts. Cori believes, increasing number.of US citizens will insist that "Congress substantial!., amend its present undemocratic immigration law." By .hiaction, he concludes they will be "helping to decide what kind of America their children will inherit Confirm Beach Cent* Confirmation exerci^^. Place ,n the Miami B** !" Center on the f jrst ^ uoth. Wednesday. May 20th a-m during the regJiaT' service. w Having completed ten study in the Religious Sc hoo confirmands will enterT*' gogue in a passional leTb, i BL* *t chairW 3 Religious School. Rabbi Lehrman will charge the mands with the.r duties, M(f and certific.,'. will be pri to them as gift0 f the Siby Mr. Mace> Kronsberg of the Sunday School. The confirmands are: pu Angerman. Judity Audrey! Nancy Lee Deten, Merle Francinelee Hand. Carolvn •Judith Lorber. Gloria Joy KZ Babette Margo Morris PhyI&2J avchick. Celia Postol, Eleanor Rubin. Helen Shuman. Je.| Siegel. Nanci Stein. Lindi | Wachtel and Joanne Adelel Confirmation preparation '< ing directed by Mrs Irving | man. Mrs Bertram Thorns Sisterhood confirmation ek Chairman of the Mothers is Mrs Confm Donald F Meet Your Neighbor Talianoff To Address Miami Beach Lodge I George J. Talianoff. past president of Miami Beach Lodge. B'nai B rith and ADL commissioner, will I the radio program. Meet \ be speaker at the Tuesday lunch-! Neighbor, special feature of eon meeting of Miami Beach Lodge j Yiddish Classical Hour, has in ion May 19th. 12:15 p., at theI VJtSTtS^ ^MlSS ... „ _,. .. 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5AY, MAY 15. 1953 'JenistifkrMiari PAGE 3 B h Center Sisterhood To Install ficers; Mrs. Berman Is President newly elected officers and ctors of the Sisterhood of the > m j Beach Jewish Center will be ailed on May 18th, noon, at a Ichron in the Saxony Hotel, acfdmu to Mrs. Bernard' F. Stern, an of the event. he program will feature Rabbi |ing Lehman who will speak on: Is Your Sisterhood. Also ledulcd is a fashion show to be '.. by Lillian Smith. Mrs.-Paul Diiiberg will be commentator for fashion* to be shown by Doris ie models. jrs. Irving Lehrman, installing er, will seat Mrs. Joseph A. hnan in her second term as Udent of the Sisterhood. Also fbe installed at the luncheon are presidents, Mrs. George Gold% g. Mrs. Al Ossip and Mrs. MilSirkin; recording secretary, Bernard F. Stern; correspondsecrctaries, Mrs. Harry Brick Mrs. Philip Neuwirthfinansecretaries, Mrs. Charles RosIjarten and Mrs. Samuel Wiesen; Hal secretary, Mrs. Henry Cove; asurer, Mrs. Samuel Ginsberg; chaplain, Mrs. Joseph M. Rose. oard members to be installed Mesdames Max Bauer, JosCherner, Leo Chaikin, Jules banning) Irving Cypen, Jack J. George Feuer, William I. Iicr, Irving Firtel, Samuel FriedCharles Fruchtman, Joseph Harry Gersten, Ben Zion psburs, Lillian Goodman, Benjai Greene, Murray Grossman, Nat nkoff. The Mesdames Theodore Han|f. Anna Wolfe Hirschman, HarKaplan, Abe Kaufman, Bennin Kline, Harry Koretzky, Jos. Lipton, Samuel Lipton, SamLurie, Herman ^t. Mechlowitz, tda Newman, Sam Oka, Al Osh\ll, Harry G. Rogers, Julius Rositcin. Raymond Rubin, Frieda Compare TETLEY TEA with any other brand Mrs. Joseph 4. Btrman Salit, Harry Seligman, Alfred Stone, Alex Sussman, George J. Talianoff, Faye Tupler, Henry Waitzkin, Ira C. Walsey, Carl Weinkle, Robert Weitz, Leonard Wolfe and Benjamin B. Wolfe. Musical selections will be offered by Miss Susan Talianoff. Mrs. Samuel Lipton is co-chairman of the affair. In charge of tickets is Mrs. Henry Waitzkin. Mrs. Samuel Lurie, who is de signing the original table decorations, will be assisted by Mrs. Nat Hankoff. Mrs. Theodore Hankoff is in charge of publicity. ISO Enroll For G3UCC Camp* Over 150 boys and girls between the ages of six and 12 have already enrolled in the summer day camp program of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, it was announced by Mrs. Jess Freed, Camp Committee chairman. The Center operates three day camps for an eight-week season beginning June 22nd. The camps utilize the facilities of the Center's buildings in Miami and Miami Beach for a program of athletics, arts and crafts, dramatics, group singing, folk dancing, story telling and games. Mrs. Freed also stated that, for the first time, swimming pool facilities have been made available j for each of the camps. Waterfront i instructors, who meet Red Cross qualifications, will supervise the swimming program. Mrs. George Simon has been appointed director for the Beach Branch Day Camp, while Israel Silver and Harry Shamis will head the camps conducted at the Town Branch and Fla'gler-Granada Center. American educator initiates the first course ever offered at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in the history of economics and economic thought. Dr. Edmund Silberner, newly appointed lecturer in that subject, is a former Assistant Professor of History at Princeton University. Faculty and student exchanges between the University in Jerusalem and educational institutions in the United States are carried through by the American Friends of the Hebrew University, the Univ^sity's sole channel of support in this country. 'FAMOUS SINCE its? then Compare TETLET TEA with any other brand Confirmation At Temple Israel Twenty-two young men and women will be confirmed on Tuesday evening, May 19th, when Temple Israel ushers in Shavuoth. They will receive certificates and Bibles from Dr. Joseph Narot, spiritual leader. Scheduled to be confirmed are: Gail, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ackerman; Neal, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen H. Amdur; Susan Rosemary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Bass; Joan Sheila, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bierman: Sandra, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Bossak; Sandra Louise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ellard G. Conn. Allen Tonni, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Farber; Leo Edward, son of Mr. Harold S. Golden; Fanchon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest M. Izan; Kenneth Frederick, son of Dr. and Mrs. Leo R. Kupper; Barry David, son of Dr. and Mrs. Nathaniel M. Levin; Edward Ellis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Newton S. Levinson; Ronald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving J. Lovitt; Mona Eta, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Lovitz. Joel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Rabin; Martin Leigh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin M. Sandier; Ina Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leopold L. Schwartz; Paul, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Soule; Barbara Gail, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Wasserman; Michael Charles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Weisberg; Gibbs Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nat L. Williams; and Marcia Elise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Wolfson. Education llureau. Culture Congress Sponsor Art Exhibit At Sea isle Robbins; Dance, by Emanuel Romano; Closing of the Ark, by Ilya An exhibit of the paintings of 34 Jewish artists is now open at the Sea Isle Museum of Art. It will continue for two more weeks. The paintings include: Interior, by Benjamin Benno; New York Street, by Theresa F. Bernstein; Old Man, by Yuli Blumberg; The Duke, by Henry Botkin; New York Landscape, by Joseph Floch; Gold Coast, by Martin Friedman; Violinist, by Bernard Gussow; Woman With Still Life, by Louis Harris; Horse Fair, by Harry Herring; Men With Masks, by Hilda Katz; Rabbi With Symbols of Patriarchs, by Raymond A. Katz; Bright Lights, by Frank Kleinholtz; Still Life, by Rachel Kohn. Landscape, by S. Lerner; Meditation, by Isaac Lichtenstein; Landscape with Olive Trees, by Sigmund Menkes; The Rooster, by William Meyerowitz; Horses, by Leo Michelson; Celebration, by Roy Newell; Alley in Acre, Israel, by Elias Newman; Lilith, by Josef Presser; By the Sea, by Joseph Raskin; Wedding Dance, by Saul Raskin. Key West Landscape, by Alex Redn; Mother's Appeal, by Raisa Schor; Composition, by Anatol Shulkin; Queens Botanical Garden, by Maurice Sievan; Job, by Jchuda Tofel; Profiles No. 2, by Naum Tschabassov; Music, by Anna Walinska; and Anticoli Corrado, by Abraham Walkowitz. The exhibit opened with short addresses on the artists by Dr. Clayton Charles, head of the Art Department of the University of Miami, and Dr. Alexander Mukdoni, Jewish writer and critic. The committee of arrangements consisted of Joseph Duntov, chairman. Dr. Donald Michelson, Mrs. Reyna Youngerman, Mrs. Morris A. Skop and Louis Schwartzman. The exhibit is sponsored by the Bureau of Jeyish Education of Greater Miami and the Congress for Jewish Culture. I WANT MY MILK ^AVHOROWITZMARGARETEN URE EGG NOODLES Rue. Medium, Brood mjfM v M Tempting...wholesome... delicious...real home-imide flovofl Economical H &t. iLULMAK II lf"IUJ %  %  %  "''" %  %  "' TI>,S Distributed by PALM DBTBJBUTOHS.INC. N.E. U* St. Miami 37. Fla. <• "*• And B Sw a* FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Product!" Dura Protected TEL. tmUatl Greater-Miami Delivery VWt Oar Farm at an* .f elr< **. •••*' <*••* Young Israel Meeting Young Israel Synagogue will hold a special meeting on Sunday evening. 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rSg^MAy Shown above is the second graduating class of the Hebrew High School, sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education, for graduates of the Hebrew schools of Greater Miami. Exercises will be held on May 18th. 8 p.m.. at the Miami Women's Club. Seated .left to right) are Tamra Mamches. Jack Elliot Katzker and Marsha Lazar. Standing are Jane Neustein. Mr. Herbert Berger. principal. Mosheh Shapiro, Frances Frome and Kenneth R. Sher. Third Hebrew High School Community Graduation Slated For Monday Evening The third community graduation exercises of the Hebrew High School and the Hebrew elementary schools of Greater Miami, sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Edu cation, will be held on Monday. May 18th. 8 p.m.. at the Miami Women's Club. Graduates of Beth I Beth El. Miami Beach Jew:>h Center. Miami Hebrew School : the central Hebrew High I will participate. The exercises will feature a nar • cantata. Chaim Weizmann. • lent, written (or the occasion bj Louis Schwarizman. executive : the Bureau Musk is r the direction of Mrs Jack ersUf with staging b> Her !' %  rger I ti v tivities ["he cast :he graduati Two new >cholarships and prizebe awarded These are the and Adele Kaplan scholarships to the two students receiving the best marks both in the High School and elementary' schools by the Rabbinical AssoefsSsM of Greater Miami, and The Jewish Flondian prizes, awarded to the I -: student in each of the partici*5W vas? yn rro. Rabbi Joeeoh E. RackoTsky MS Michigan Aenu Miami Beach Phone J 3595 paling schools, by Fred K Shochet. publisher of The Jewish Floridian The diplomas will be awarded to each school group by Rabbis Max Shapiro. Shmaryahu Swiftkjr, Irving Lehrman and Simon April. Graduates receiving these di ploma,include Albert AbratnowiU. Eugene Novogrod.-ky, Irwing Siegel and Philip Spiro. of Beth David: Stephanie Gladstone. Sandra Ham man. Robert Kunst. Marilyn Delson, FranceSternshein and Roberta Rand, of Beth El: David Baker. Joel Channing. Neil Goldman. Charles Lynne. Martin Mechlowitz. I ikus, Sheldon Reinhardt. ie Rubenstein, Ronald Ruthfield. Barbara Turoff and Stephen V/asserman, of Miami Beach Jewish Center; Latrj Coolton, Norman Duchon. Martha Fi-her, Franklin Kreutzer and Mark Steinberg, of ; Miami Hebrew School, and Frances Frome. Jack Elliot Katzler. Marsha Lazar. Tamra Mamches. Kenneth R Sher. Mosheh Shapiro and Jane Neustein. of the Hebrew High School. The Hebrew High School gradu1 ates will enter the Junior College | meeting at the Bureau of Jewish Education building. Max Mei-el. new ly elected president of the Bureau, will act as master of ceremonies. Open House At Hialeah-Miami Springs Community Center The Hialeah Miami Springs Jewish Community Center will hold %  open house on Saturday. May 23rd. at 8 p m Push Fulfillment Of CJA Quotas Before 15th Annual Meet With the goal of the 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal definitely in sight. Campaign Chairman Howard Kane this week issued a plea to the Greater Miami Jewish community for a final effort to achieve success in the campaign. Kane said that more than $1,177,000 has been raised to date and 'that only S222.000 are needed to I meet the 1953 goal which serves 45 separate institutions and pro, vides funds for a widespread relief program in Israel and overseas "It is not too late to make per; sonal contribution to this year's Combined Jewish Appeal." said Kane 'The efforts of our volunteer workers during the past four months have exceeded our expectations, and the collections have rej suited in a figure which surpasses i funds raised lasf year by Greater Miami's Jewish community." Pointing out that a good portion of funds raised in the campaign are allocated to six Greater Miami institutions. Carl Weinkle. Federation president, this week urged the community to come forward and to make a contribution to demonstrate its appreciation for the varied services rendered by them. Quotas Fulfilled The Metropolitan Division, with ithundreds of workers combing the Dade County area in the final door-to-door phase of the campaign, has reached over $40,000 t< irarda itquota of $75,000. A report meeting of the Miami Beach Division was held on Wednesday, with Harold Shapiro. Miami Beach chairman, presiding. Irvine Saal. chairman of the Southwest Miami | area, announced that his unit has sent out final card assignments to 'workers for coverage before May 17th. date of Federation's 15th annual meeting. The Women's Division early this week welcomed the return of Mrs Louis Glasser. chairman, who has been touring Israel for the past month The division has achieved over 98 percent of its quota of S160.000 Sam J Heiman. chairman of the Trades Division, has announced that more than 85 percent of his quota has been attained. suYpassing collctions in 1952. Winter ResiI dents Division, headed by Charles I Fruchtman. has rached 84 percent of its goal, and the Hotel Division, with Sam Lachman as chairman, has now reached 74 percent of its quota. Milan ri> N ALFRED WEINSTOCK -. .i .:>" svv Siind Street, passed a Mr] "'th. at his residence sarMved l>y his wife. Julia. Tour -r.Sinif.n. Harris. Joseph and Soln•hree brothsrs. Adolph, l*tiillp .in.I Rudolph, and seven g-randiliil.i r.n Servlres were on May 7th. at The Miami Riverside", with Interment OB Mount Minal Cemetery. dle.l b.r, '?, AD0 E PL0T Le New v. m ,„_. ^nioria] r SARAH RAoCHWERQER 1% of Til SW 7th Street, died on May -th She Isurvived by her husband. I.oul-. to *on, hamuel and Harry. • v d.tujrhters. Frieda Aehtenbers and Pauline Solo, one brother, Morris Herlimc: and one sister. Itlunu. S hechta r Services were on Sunday at 'The Miami Riverside", with Interment "ii Mount Sinai Cemetery. LOTTIE BROWN died here Services were In the Miami Chape! at the Gordon Funeral Borne •• nnent on Mount Nebo CemeHVMAN EPSTEIN died here, arlth service* In the Miami Chapel .f the Gordon Funeral Home, and int. rment <'n Mount Sinai CemebJTJ ~~ ^ Ca>| ., Sg*$* C0L DEN tad. mon. iwi %  :',"',', } *nt Miami t. ,,; %  ,r "j>"liiijS "V! '7hee r er.,1 Home, i • -'nmi, I on ] 71. .,f || ELMER R. HOLSTEIN of :'76" SW .1th Court, died In a local Lai A resident here for the past %  even yeAra, he Is survived by his wife. Lillian; a son. Joel; a daughter, -loan I*ce. one brolner. Sain, four M Annie Lloyd. Jlrs. Mi! Wtnatoa, Mrs. Morris Kchenet and Miss Delia Hotetatn: and nephew. K.irl Ho&etelB. Serx :es were on Sunday in the Miami Chaps* of the Gordon Funeral Home, with Interment on Mount Nebo Cemeterv Newark \. "' r*uL I i Home %  *" SOLOMON E. LEviy eSlSi malt A. • • chusett*. I .. d "V*' %  • ; .: eta MORRIS SCHULTZ died here Remains were sent to Philadelphia. Pennsylvania, for services and interment by the Beach Memorial Chapel. 0*4T'4r*&*J5r'&*& % 0^ BETTY TURNER was Interred by Beach Memorial • Alton Road. REBECCA SIEGEL 74. of 1*11 Pennsylvania Avenue, died ly in a local hoepir. \ %  • dent here for the past 1 years, she ad b) a .l.ii*ht-r. Mrs Klsle i.MUtOll, r\'ZT2 Jewish Trade ROSE FEIBER %  of iN'oiih Meridian Avenue. Sinday A resident here for the • 11 y.-ars. she is suiviw.l l.\ three k, A! anM pat. a dauahter. 11 srand.-hlld; i ren -.vere in the Miami "hap! n Funeral Home, with inMonnt Xeho Cemet. r> Tropical Lodge Plans Blood Bank Campaign Plans are being formulated by Tropical Lodge. B'nai B'rith. for an Armed Forces Blood Bank drive which will take place oa May 26th. 6:15 p m at Mount Sinai Hospital, according to A. Budd Cutler, president. Heading the community service program is Jerry Spoiler He will he assisted by Donald Marks and Samuel B Berger. Miami Convalescent Home Specializing in Care to the Elderly ind Chronically III. 24 Hour Nursing Service Special Dists Strictly Observed. Private and Semi-Private Rooms. LEO ALLEN. Director SS5 SW. 11th Avenue Phones 3.S437 and •OtTB Listen To SCHACHTErrS New Yiddish EVtry Seaeev, WMBM, 11 tl This irssroa, is the first mi atl lerftst listeaisa Feet, res tfee Jew is* PkiUMpt| NORMAN R. LYONS, SHOSHANA SPKTM OSS IABBI S. A. 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SAY, MAY 15, 1SS3 **MinNrM*i* •aol Cais triages, Says |PIM\V Official \\\ YORK — Israel in the next ys can score a major victory fight to overcome recurrent shortages if the United JewIppeal succeeds in its current ^eek emergency effort to j S25.0OO.0OO in cash, Dr. Giora bhthal. treasurer of the Jewish ley in Jerusalem, told officers |e I'JA in a strongly worded (for aid made public this week Idward M. M. Warburg, gen;JA chairman. kh cash funds out of the UJA's it special drive, Dr. Josephdeclared, the Jewish Agency May and June can establish Jew agricultural settlements in a short time can make Lives felt in the battle \\ austerity. Jnsephthal's plea was conin a cabled message to Mr. urn and Joseph Holtzman, of lit, national cash chairman of Inited Jewish Appeal. The [eek emergency cash effort, bed on May 1st, will termilune 6th and 7th, at a UJA lal Action Conference in ngton. D.C. PAGE 5 B Myerson Party keer Women, Golda Myerson will hold a garden and kon party on Monday, May 12 noon, at the home of Mrs. [Seltzer. 420 SW 21st Road. Seltzer is president of the and sponsor of the affair, kds will go to the Child Resund. Promote Thrift i ) NfW SAVERS /our choice of a Merman's VRITER POINTER I PEN in you Jen a |VINGS :OUNT $25 Bernstein, Daniel Simkin. OSJS^^O^^^^JL^J^. feS* C rinne August Arthur ^ vine Doris Baum, Calvin Sirkin. Marilyn EdeS SaSorci M£££! T £? *? t E J (left l righ,) are Richard Sernaker. Barbara Shapiro. Shown third row fromTop leh't?5ah f^SS^SS^Tm^J'SSi ^'^ Dol reS Schatzma *>* Mosheh Mickey Lou Heiman. Victor ZS^^f^SSSSS^SStLPSSl ^ "2?*** Kulnick H Ward Gordon Rabbi Max Shapiro. Stanley Rose Carol SnSi. RK cf u t??? !" nd MrS Ale ">d Stiebel. Bottom row are HurwIh.Shirl^^lS^^tocSS^ft r T TV q !5? C ,V ,,on Haiv ^ MUler Barbara ***** Martin ten and directe d byV S^^^^g^gg^" wU1 %  ** **"* cantata. We Believe, writDromedary Aids In Balancing Family Budget With Line Of Kosher Cookies Keeping the family's food budget goods on the family menu in line is a problem as old as housekeeping itself, and these days, particularly, rising costs often complicate that problem for the Jewish woman who is long accustomed to serving the finest of basic foods and as many of the luxuries as she can manage. One of those luxuries has always been good kosher cake and cookies — an abundance of fine baked : S more at IADE IERAL fINGS |d Loan cciation IK Aftf ITS fOK Utl UNiS TOO! CS Accounts ED and I 2'/,% a for you Offer good of our 3 Offices... I 4 5 N.E. 1st AVENUE J.594 N.W. 36th STREET S.W. 8th STREET IDE FEDERAL SAVINGS D IOAN ASSOCIATION Joseph M. Upton, Pre.. J R RESOURCES EXCEED ,r MILLION DOLLARS We specialize In fnst *rvlr for announcements and Invitations Engraved Thermographed Printed Sadye G. 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PAGE 6 B Greater Miami'* RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY! ** %  AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m. Saturdaymorning services are at 9 a.m., with Rabbi Isaac Ever officiating and preaching on the theme: The Jewish Center. Mincha will be at 6 p.m.. followed by Maariv Shavuoth will be ushered in on Tuesday evening at 6:45 p.m. Wednesday morning services are at 9 a.m.. with Rabbi Ever discussing: The Testimony Of Our Law Among The Nations Thursday services are at 9 a.m.. with Yizkor at 10:30 am. The sermon topic is scheduled as: Yizkor—The Charter For Shavuoth Holiday. • • • BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening sen-ices at sundown Saturday morning senices are at 830 a.m.. when Dr. Shmanahu Swirsky will officiate and discuss the Weekly Portion. A class in Talmud is scheduled for 5 p.m. Mincha is at 6 p m followed by Shalos Seudos Junior congregation sen ices at 10 am. in the Academy Hall Richard, son of Mr and Mrs H. Diamond. 1520 SW 11th Street, will become Bar Mitz\ah during the Saturday morning senice Wednesday and Thursday morning Shavuoth senices are >cheduled for 8:30 a m Cantor Sim cha Dainow will chant the liturgy Subject of Rabbi Swirsky's sermons are scheduled as The National And The Universal and Bathed In Memories Yizkor will be during the second day of Shavuoth at 10 a.m. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening senices at 8:30 p m dedicated to the graduation exercises of the Relig1 lous School. Rabbi Ining Lehrman will officiate and discuss: The. Crown Of Torah Saturday morning senices are al 9 am. with Rabbi Lehrman preaching on the Weekly Portion. An afternoon Bible class is scheduled for 4:45 p.m.. followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos Cantor David Silverman will chant the musical portions of the liturgy, assisted by the Center Choir under the direction of Joseph Schreibman Shavuoth will be ushered in on Tuesday evening at 6.45 p.m. Wednesday >enices are ..9 a.m. Yizkor ii scheduled for the second day of Shavuoth at 10:30 a.m. Rabbi Lehrman will offi ciate on both da>Seudos. On the first day of Sha tHOtB, Rabbi April will discuss: Suited For Revelation. Yizkor will be on Thursday at 10:30 a.m. Beth D.vid lUbbl Max Shapiro. B T'on.S*v"lv*. MX SW 3rd Ave.. MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening senices at 6 30 p m. Saturday morning senices are at 8:30 a m. with Rabbi Simon April preaching on the topic Preparing For A Long Journey A class in M^hna is scheduled for 5 30 p.m.. followed bv Mincha and Shalos HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Fridav evening senices at 6:30 p m Saturday morning senices are at 9 am. with-Rabbi Alexander Gross officiating and delivering the sermon Mincha will be at 6 pm. followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily senices are at 7:30 am. and at 6:45 p.m. • • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening senices at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating J Frederick Mala koff. incoming president of the Alumni Association, will speak on the topic: To Be Or Not To Be A Jew. Nancy Rothraan. outgoing president, is scheduled to discuss: Our Year At College Saturday morning senices are at 10:45 a.m. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portion of the senices Shavuoth will be ushered in Tuesday evening at 8 p.m.. when the confirmation of Beth Sholom Religious School students will take place Wednesday senices are at 10:45 am with Yizkor scheduled at that time • • • ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening senices at 6:30 pm Saturday morning senices are; at 8.30 am. when Rabbi Morton Malavsky will officiate and preach 'on the topic: The Fourth Book Of j Moses. Shavuoth will be ushered in on Tuesday evening at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday senices are at 8:30 am Rabbi Malavsky will discuss: Significance Of The Feast Of Weeks. Evening senices are scheduled for 6:45 p.m. Thursday Shavuoth senices begin at 8:30 a.m.. with the sermon: What Can The Living Do For The Dead. Yiftor will be at 10 a.m. • • • KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening senices at 6:15 p.m. Saturday morning senices are at 8:30 a.m. Cantor Abraham Seif will officiate Shavuoth senices are on Wednesday and Thursday morning at 8:30 a rii with Yizkor scheduled for the second day of Shavuoth at 11 a.m. Rabbi Abraham Cassel will officiate. • • • HIALEAH • MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening senices at 8 15 pm. with Reverend Leo Heim officiating and discussing: The Third Book Of Moses As The Record Of Our People's History. Mr and Mrs. William Lubow will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat. Saturday morning senices are at 9am. when the Reverend will disO^'ei-Dr. Shmaryahu fwlrrty. Or"SUSCTsuS" Wash. A M.B Beth Shol.m-Rabbi Leon KronUn. Sty, Orthodox. 15 Euclid Ace.. Mlc'raVaSi^TUbi,! Morris ffcjfc eral. Talern.o Ave <%  < %  b, '"j Downtown Synaeoa us—Orthodox. NW Jrd Ave.. Mlml Fl^SsSsV ITS* nn.ac. Hebrew" Academy Rabbi Alex.nder CruM. Orthodox. SIS 'h %  H.ale.h.m.am. Spring. 7h I,o Helm. Conservative. Sol E. 4lh H.My'woJIi* 1 Conservative, Z0J0 Pott ..v^gg; iUbb. Ato-ham Sachs. Conservative. J1S SW Z4in Kneth M |Va"l-Rabbl Abraham Cas~l Orthodox. 1415 Euclid Av... M,.Jn. m B.^ h Rabbi irv.n, l£-rm.n. April. Orthodox. 1101 SW 12th Ave.. Monticello Park-l4Ui Street and NE Mth \venue. North Miami Beach. Nertt Ito4to^Ubbl Harry Ettjmtor. on-rvatlve. UJ0 W. Dixie Hlbwav. North Miami. North Shore-Rabbi Mayer Abramowltx. Conservative. SZ0 75lh St. Miami Beach. „. Temple larael-Dr Joseph Narot, RefnTrn. 137 NK Uth St.. Miami. Tif.roth Israel i00 V Miami Av... We 4 .t"Mi.ml_Rabhl Alfred Wnrntn, Conservative. 5T20 8W 17th St.. Yo^n a g ml |.ra.l Orthdox, 4001 Chaw zg^SSZirJIZ Rudolf BrilL Conaervatlve, 44 Zamora Ave.. Coral Gable.. FROM KELL04CIS Crisp as crisp can b* and slow baked to a rich, golden, toast.. golden toasty all over oven-fresh to yar taSto from Kellogg* famous Flavor Kitchens. That's the story of Kellogg's Com Flakes • the original corn flakes and as delightful a dish as you ever tasted for nutritious' dairy meals. Get the large family-site package of KeHogsfs Corn Flakes and enjoy them often t he crisp, crisp flakes with the deep, deep flavor./ cuss the Weekly Portion. Shavuoth will be ushered in Tuesday evening at 7 p.m. Wednesday services are at 9 a.m., with the sermon scheduled as: The Glorious Drama Of Divine Revelation. Thursday senices are at 9 a.m.. followed by Yizkor at 10:30 a.m. Reverend Heim will speak on the topic: Beautiful Ideals Of Our Departed Ones. • • • TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening senices at 8:15 p.m., with Dr. Joseph Narot officiating and discussing: Should Jewish Public Institutions Observe Strict Religious Dietary Laws. Shavuoth will be ushered in on Tuesi day evening with an annual confirmation senice. Wed nesday morning Shavuoth senices will be at 11 a.m.. with Yizkor scheduled at that time. • • • YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening senices at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning senices are at 8:30 am Mincha will be at 6:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos, with Dave Rosner as host. Shavuoth will be ushered in on Tuesday evening at 6:30 p.m. Senices Wednesday and Thursdaymorning are at 8:30 a.m. Yizkor will be Thursday at 10:30 a.m.. with RaJihi Kolmen Shapiro preaching the sermon. • • • NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening senices at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiating and preaching on the topic: Youth And Our Future. The senice will be dedicated to the Center's USY chapter. Cantor Edward Klein is scheduled to render the musical portion of the liturgy. • • • HOLLYWOOD JEWISH COM-, MUNITY CENTER will hold Fri-1 day evening senices at 8:30 p.m.. j with Rabbi David Shapiro officiating and speaking on the topic: I Why The Jew Sunived Through I The Ages. Cantor Joseph W. Malek | will render the musical portion of j the liturgy. The Oneg Shabbat will be sponsored by Dr. and Mrs. Al-1 fred Geronemus. Saturday morning senices are at 9:30 i.m.. with Reverend Mordechai Haalman assisting Rabbi Shapiro. Daily senices are at 9 a.m. • • • WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m. Late senices are at 8:30 p.m., when Rabbi Alfred Waxman will officiate and speak on the subject: The End Of A Perfect Season. Mr. and Mrs. I. Teitler will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat. Saturday morning senices are at 9 a.m., with student senices scheduled for 11. Rabbi Waxman will discuss Ethics Of Our Fathers at 6 p.m., with Shalos Seudos following. Shavuoth will be ushered in on Tuesday evening at 6:30 p.m. Senices on Wednesday morning are at 9 a.m.. with Rabbi Waxman preaching on the topic: Revelation. Thursday senices are at 9 a.m., with Yizkor scheduled for 10 a.m. The Rabbi's sermon is scheduled as: Are Our Parents Still With Us. ma BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening senices at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning senices are at 9 a.m. Mincha will be at 6:15 p.m. Shavuoth will be ushered in on Tuesday evening, with Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches officiating. Senices Wednesday and Thursday morning will be at 9 a.m., with floral offerings by Mrs. Samuel August. Student Shavuoth senices will be at 10:30 a.m., conducted by members of the Beth David USY under the direction of Jerome B. Gordon. Yizkor is slated for Thursday, 10 a.m.. with Rabbi Shapiro discussing: The Beginning Of The End. hood. Senice, will ^ Saturday, and will be J/ • Kiddush. Sp^ ^ r m h eid **2Ji day evening, May i9, h p.m., and will continue jr.* at 9 a.m., and 6:30 p m ^ *y 9 am. Jg Y^ Thursday at 10:30 J. ** Beth ShoiomTo] Confirm Studei On Shavuoth The annual confirmation of Temple Beth Sholom conducted on Shavuoth T evening, May 19th. at 8 p of the Senice will be Spells Synagogue. Cantor Samuel Kele conduct the musical ponithe senice. and the Sisterhod Religious School Choirs wiT ipate. Rabbi Leon Kronish, l itual leader, will officiate. The graduates include: Janet, daughter of Dr.'ail William Bernstein: Jane %  stein, daughter of Mr ait, David Goldner; Ilene. dauM Mr. and Mrs. Nathan lj? Jan, son of Mr. and jfel Ham Capland; Linda Gail a ter of Mr and Mrs. Albatj ling: Ronnie Sue Fenias, j of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard' Diane, daughter of Mr aatj Edward Fox: Roberta, daugl Mr. and Mrs Julius Friu_ Sheldon, son of Mr. and Mai ry J. Gerson. Linda Marie, daughter offcl Mrs. Samuel Gertner: E BUM of Mr. and Mrs. Sydney J Q| berg; Dorlene Verna. daugl Mr. and Mrs Saul Kaplan.] Allen, son of Mr. and MR Kronowitz; Ellen Joan, i Mr. and Mrs Maurice Ko. Shirley Ann, daughter of Xr.j Mrs. Alfred Mart; Judith, das [of Mrs. Barbara Mayfair i daughter of Dr. and Mrs. I Sayet; Ronnie Beth, dam Mr. and Mrs. Abe Schwartz; I Gerson. daughter of Mr all Philip Uram; and MereSkj daughter of Mrs. Lenore r DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening senices at 7 p.m. Saturday morning senices are at 8:30 a.m.. when Rabbi Arie Becker will officiate and preach on the Weekly Portion. At 5:30 p.m.. he will discuss Ethics Of Our Fathers. Mincha is at 6:15 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos under the sponsorship of Mr. and Mrs. Adolf Hammer. Shavuoth Maariv senices will be on Tuesday evening. May 19th. at 7:15 p.m. Wednesday morning senices are at 8:30 a.m.. with Rabbi Becker preaching the sermon entitled: The Glorious Drama Of Divine Revelation. Evening senices are at 7 p.m. Services for the second day of Shavuoth are scheduled for 8:30 a.m.. with the sermon listed as: The Decalogue Of The Wilderness. Yizkor will be at 10:30 a.m. .-An 1&£cyp} 0 • Mirny be used In all • Jewish homes. YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR ON NEW TIME WINZ proudly presents The Dee* el Jewish Commentofori MORRIS NASATIR EVEIY SUNDAY 7 t. MS n.m. EVEIY TUESDAY 7 te I s.sa. Tut ONLY YIDDISH PIOCtAM NEAtO EVENIN6S SUNDAY FUTURE HAROLD SHAPIRO to -mm Yowr NEtcNDOf TUESDAY FEATUtE HtOm ISMUl" MfctfTft PMnfftff sttp+rfMf *wwwwwww l ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold regular senices Friday at 8:15 p.m., with the Reverend Rudolf E. Brill officiating. Arthur Deutsch. chairman of the Religious Committee, will speak on: The Love Of God. The Oneg Shabbat will be sponsored by the Sister 1743 BAY Mfl "HIARDADEIOWJJ 58-0323 W^i ,4 MR. AMIUUH0M NEW Y0Mleg 1112 GRAND C0HJ TREM0NT %^m MM Metossa **\ laa Uato, '* -e^FseTto-Y-JfJ (pomplete ami HbepeadaMe M IAMI TITL* & OktractCa 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COW* ABSTRACTS TITLE INSU ESCROWS Tltls Umrsnct felkies sf K.*s CUT TIHe lasers*" C.pit.1, farslei *•"• f.ceW %*** W ^0WWTT WW TELEPHOtf'



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[)AY, MAY IS, 1953 LEGAL NOTICE liOTICE BY PUBLICATION f H E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF llDA, IN AND FOR OADE STY IN CHANCERY. NO. 159243 |V HARRISON, I'lalntlff HARRISON, Defendant fEAIil. HARRISON, 1779 Kant 'th St., Uroiiklyn, New York • r required to Ml V6 a copy of |n*ei i" the Hill of Complaint korce on the plaintiff's attorney, fllr the original answer In the of the Clerk of the Circuit ,,;, in baton the 8th day of \ I' 1953; otherwise, the Hill kiplainl for Divorce, heretofore in, will he taken aH confessed ___lTOALJfOTICE that Sftgftfefi^ftE. B | .Miami. Florida, this the I May, i:-r.:t. K H LEATHERMAN, clerk of the Circuit Court, I Mil.County, Florida c..mi Seal) By; \V.\I. W. STOCKING Deputy Clerk Xddreaji of loiicitor: N A I ItlEDMAN 1.1.1,1 Bids. .-'it [ t' riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW I HEREBY GIVEN that sinned, desiring to engage in mill.! the fictitious name of I.I well ROOM, at 2601 N.W. Miami, Ha.. Intends to %  aid name with the Clerk of tult Court of Dade County, .1. M. EDWINS, Sole Owner SII.VKIt 1 lor Applicant M Bid*. I Kl.i cult ,"our, of .,„,,, ^^^'J'-M^^ <;EORGE CLEGAL NOTICE N0T 'CE NAME F,CTIT| OUS Harding Avenue. name Court DAVID WE INS LEONARD GRUNDT SEYMOUR A 1R ,^MAX AST1: Attorney for Applicants fICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW [•K IS HEREBY GIVEN that trsigncd, desiring to engage In under the fictitious name of ti: Hi MIAMI, at 2100 N.W. int. Intend to register said Fit! %  the Clerk of the circuit I >:i 1 ItCounty, Florida. \l:i: KRANTZ [VINCENT I.ONGO • I. i:i MIIKI1U for Applicants old Bldg. NOTICE .. UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that h. elii; leI ,,,K 2 ed desiring to engage In or TKH.KKTTK — "Tlflck'i.'TTi.v BY WIE8NER* •'TRICKETTFS MV l:U F I ; ,, :'• at ,8U j',,rdv Avi'nue Miami Beach, Florida. Intends to regntSLiTO na,n e with the Clerk of the Ida ade Count >"nor„ WIESNER OF MIAMI INC GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Attorney for Applicant 5/1-8-15-22 NOTICE NAM| R F,CT| TIOUS •he'3^,g ,t d lll i H ^ W 0'VEN that rlda. 5/1-8-15-22 WA LTER MUROFF NOTICE Mland. C m\ends' 0 ,o^g',s,':r. H V., ,ld '" S UNITED STATES TITIC PUT. „. C >KI'(RATION T1TLE A I ,LOT SII -\I:R MULLOY Attorney, for Applicant Y l"l < ongress Bldg o/i -8-ir, fg PAGE 7 B LEGAL NOTICE IN IN |ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW CK IS HEREBY GIVEN that pi.-ii.in 1. desiring to engage In under the fictitious name of :.\ BAR, at G.-HKI N.W. 7th %  %  ml In register said name Clerk % %  the Circuit Court of |unt>. Florida. JOSEPH DE LUCCIA I'ATRICIA UK LUCCIA EX F. KES8LBR for Applicant, 1 Ave. I-. 1 .' |CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IK IS HEREBY GIVEN that signed, desiring to engage In I under the fictitious name of IKIVID KOSHER MEAT ITS OF FLORIDA, at 1987 St., intends to register said |th the clerk of the Circuit Dade County, Florida. SKACOABT MEAT AND PROVISION Ct)MPANY %  j 'Florida Corporation <"' Applicant Flagler St. in NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE. IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of PAL-LEE-JAY APTS.. at 900 Pennsylvania Avenue, Miami Heach, Florida, intend to register said name with the t lerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County. Florida. HARRY EDEI,MAN .___.„ „, SARAH EDELMAN ARTHUR D. FRIHHMAN Attorney for Harry Edelman and Sarah Edelman 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla 5/8-15-22-M 18 T Sf Sf3c D E T S? R C S OURT ng cia e in^"' S n A l cr HavSaid Estate"'' D B M* A '"t A a „' d d ^UUZ a resen h ra e n b j: sttw" o," d "•"' %  """• %  x which you. o*r m. th Jud e8 <>ade County, and file the same In their offices In the County Courthouse in Dade Countv fr^ a he W J ,l :' n V**!} "lendir months from the date of the first publication !" nVain .h 8 '!* C a "V r •ESS* £ HT,? M ,rt K eKal aM ^xx o' 'he claimant and to be sworn to and presented n,, re .* ald ,' „ or amo will be barred Date April 21, A.D. 1953. GENEVA TROTMAN a/k/a GENEVA KEMP, As Administratrix Cum Testamento Annexo of the Estate of MARY JANE DAVIS, a/k/a I. R. MAK UAVIS Ueceased Attorney for Administratrix Cum Testamento Annexo 4/24 — 5/1-8-15 UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN that f il. desiring to engage in Vs?, '' 1 vi !v fl, ; J,! OUH an,e of UAX K SILVER IIM A^J?* ANI) TOBACCO l' !,v N W. 12th A vein.,.. Ulititenci to register said name l lerk of the Circuit Court %  County. Florida. 1 EJJWARD CANTOR Ml. CANTOR ROSE CANTOR Partners I'l-IMW KAPLAN ^W.l.iant, IN THE CIRCUn COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 159105 FLORENCE RUTH HASLEK. Plaintiff, vs. JOHN WILLIAM HASUER. JR. Defendant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION JOHN WILLIAM IIAS'I.ER, JR., 0/0 Sweeney, r,27 South 14th Street, Newark, New Jersey are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you ure required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiffs attorney, MAX R SILVER, Ml Seybold Building, Miami, Florida/ and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 8th dav of June, 1953. If you fall to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 1st day of Mav, 1953. E II. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida By M. C. GREEN, (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk IN IN HHIl. I, CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW B HEREBY-GIVEN that l. desiring to engage In I lie fictitious nnme of ..Ax 11 ,)., u uu ,.„,„„,, m.iii" Beach, Florida Intends I. "'""e wRh the Clerk of |t Court of Dade County. Fla. I -IM, 7"? :i GINSBERG ;' I M.I.WoFF '< %  Applicant 922 Seybold Building. Miami, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 5'8-15-22-29 NA N M D E ER LA F i5 T,T,OU IS HEREBY GIVEN that l ,h le9 '!" lmf to ^naBe In "He fictitious name of HI Al TY SALON, at 677 1 A enue, Miami Beach, Ith. "' *r* name with the ith : (| i „,.„!, Court j Dade lmi?l1, £ T TI Sol Owner f,',r > N KAPLAN -BI# PU t NA N M D | R L A F W 3T,TIOU8 BS^SS -'^ge h ?n t J' 1 """"'• Mla "". 'ntend r saw name with th.Clerk '""t of Dade County, CM?I?S J H1RSCH HARI.Es LUDWIG IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 158736 JOHN T. BYRNE. Plaintiff DORIS BRENN1NG BYRNE. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO; DORIS HRENNING BYRNE residence unknown. 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 22nd day of May. 1953, otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE .1 EWl.SJl FLORIDIAN. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 20th day of April. 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court By: WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk PALLOT, SILVER AMULLOY Attorneys for Plaintiff 701 Congress Building, Miami, Florida 4/24 — fyl-8-15 NOTICE TO CREDITORS At!r COU ^J Y JUDGES' COURT AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 300B3B In Re: ESTATE OF RUPERT ALEXANDER DAVIS a/k/a RUPERT RAVIS. sometimes known as WILLIAM DAVIS, T,. >•• "ate Cf ,h' urst publication hereof. Said claims 7 di-mancls to contain the K "". dress of the claimant and i„ be sworn |ri:! i. ;; ^..d as aforesaid, o/S Date April 2S, A.D. 1953 MORRIS ROCK. As Administrator of the m:RNAR;?s^;A'NV;;;Eit U weai,ed Attorney lor Administrator 70j lonmi, liidg.. Miami, Florida LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS "" NAME LAW ^ HEREBY GIVEN that NOTICE the undersigned, des v..e u.cuersigneu, desiring to engage in GIBSON TorvV^ f ""t'ous USSt o" %  f. i UIIN()E at 545-547 N E na Ave., intends to register gaici name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida STEPHEN WZ&LZi M, '" ,NK vssr^g tog 1 *" 6/8-15-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW th rl K l s "BREBT GIVEN that the Undershjped, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of 1 "VoffvSf 1 ££ L NT,C STATION %  -.... .... N ", -" d Avenue, intend to ihf.' S |^ Hi ;i d -'me with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade r lnrnla. County. MILTON BERLINER MAC MERMEN KU8HN,Ba Attorney for Applicants I l"l Biscay ne Building 5/8-15-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In &Sfe99 >'.'."!'\ /he fic-tltlous name of I.KOU.MES MEN'S WEAR, at 4S2 Hsherman Street. Opa Locks, north ,,! l, n 1 '," remster said name with riH I*"-. "' ,h i; ( lr '"lt of Court of Dade County. Florida. JOSEPH 8. BROWN .,.,..., MORTON HOLZ.MAN HI TNER & HUTNER SM oiympla Bldg.. Miami. Fla. Attorneys for Brownie's Men's Wear IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA „_ No. 26066 RE: ESTATE OF LEON FREED, Deceased NOT 'CEOF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL „ • DISCHARGE h a vT! C E ls ., h <-reby given that I fS J„\V} o?' 'i nal re ort and I'etltion for tinal Discharge ,-,s Executrix of the estate of I.KciN FREED, de.eas?< d an d "Ji 1 1 on the 29th day of Mav. Jar's. 1 J ."U a A ,|,ly lo th e Honorable YVF.lil.AMoN, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final dlsLEON FREED, deceased This 23rd day of April. lr„1. 1*1 MAE S. FREED.. Executrix of the Sstate of ,.,.T,„„ t*5P M FREED. Deceased. MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Executrix 5/1-8-15-22 Against hereby County, County file the County Florida. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY c;i\EN that he unde, -signed, desiring to engage In business under th.fictitious name of ACE SPORTSWEAR COMPANY at IJB N, E. 3Sth Street. Miami, Dade < ounty, Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida „..„_ LILLIAN STOUT KURT WEI.I.ISCH Attorney for Lillian Stout One Lincoln Road Building Miami Reach, Florida 5/8-15-22-29 NA^Xl^'T'OU. *m i W& onr n < h t i ih tSSHLy • %  • in BT v i ,, l .,"."" u "ame of P" ITlv.'V' l,,N(i AVENUE Hit \[Y G H JJth BTREET Kardini M ." TKI l Mth Avenue. Miami ["itn'tl"',^ 1 to register of I,.', 'A erk of 'he Clrt w,.;^ n,y ""rlda. tlAL^SoJ/* 0 "* Applic NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nnme of PRANCKTTE AITS., at 7327 Harding Avenue, Miami Beach, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ELIZABETH TOTH, Sole Owner MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 650 Seybold Bldg. 4/14 — 5/1-8-15 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 BUI 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 Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. This notice sbali be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. Dated: April 17. 1953. • E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court BY WM. W. STOCKING Deputy Clerk PALLOT, SILVER & MULLOY Attorneys for Plaintiff Suite 701. Congress Bulldliur Miami, Florida 4/24 — 5/1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of I-.-/ DI ZIT LAUNDERETTE, at 4465 S.W. 8th Street. Miami, Intend to regHjUr said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida DAVID WEISS LEONARD GRUNDT IRVING KASTER SEYMOUR A. GOPMAN Attorney for Applicants One Lincoln Road Bldg. 3 s-is-tz-a IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 26863 RE: ESTATE OF OASICA RARS'ON, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executor of the estate of CASICA BARSOX, deceased and that on the 23th dav .if May, 1M, will apply to theHonorable I HANK i: I" iWLING, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Executor of the estate of CASICA PARSON, deceased. This 21st day of April. 1953. s/ TRIFON BARSO:< Executor MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Executor 922 Seybold Building. Miami, Florida 4/24 — 5/1-8-15 '. N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND F ? r V..? A 9 E COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 159020 CRINGLE WARD and CHARITY DARD, his wife, Plaintiffs, vs. H. S. GIFFIN and GIFFIN. his wife, if married, and FRED W. KING. JR., and KING, JR., his wife, if married. Defendants NOTICE TO APPEAR IX THE NAME OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA To. ||. g. GIFFKN, if living, and GIFFIN", his wife, If married and living: FRED W. KIXG, Jit., and — KIXG. 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 H. 8. GIFFIN and FRED W. KINO, JR.. not known to be dead or alive; AND ALSO as to each of the above named defendant individuals, if they be deceased, then all unknown heirs, devise, -. grantees, creditors or other parties claiming by, through, under or against such defendants; AXD AI.So all other and unknown persons having or claiming to have any right, title or Intel %  •st in the property which is die subjeot matter dato 7 oar putionatj* and auarcDBto#) 4SCCUTCR8) ••rrlce) at Ugal rate*. PhotM 2-1141 iar m€**ksngr %  •rrics. SEITLIN 4, COMPANY \ I* N. T 1 % 



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PAGE a J .fa^flprMtofi Israel's First Half Decade Is Record of Achievement By MILTON BROWN .^... h Tr:r.,.MK' At-.,, v. Inr > The first halWecade of modern The first task was defense me nrsi na.i a e ains t the armed aggression of l,rae. is an appropriate point o r £ ^ ^ ^ ^ a quick survey Some d* **** ~ inte mat,,nal recognition for M of Israe. and ,t, establish-, ^^^ ^ § m ent will be to.d. with a. ^ m ^ ^ fc ^ mense overtones of human itfh* hpr ^ ^^ ^ ^ lng and achievement but unit. ncl hbors a continuin g a >k modem J.^phus b found to tell MJJ JJJ ^^ ^ --iii it we can onlv absorb it a chapter ... ... a, a time Even then evh.larpeace, her fourth, to establish doating. sometimeincredible, but mestic stability, moulding into one always eloquent witness to the responsible people men and worn power of the will to survive en from virtually every country in Six Herculean tasks faced tiny the world, her fifth, to bring in I-rael that historic day five years some 700.000 Jewish refugees, the ago when David Ben-Gurion anbroken and liiapeeaasaed, the per nounced the establishment of the secuted and forgotten: the sixth. first Jewish state in 2.000 years— and currently the most over announced it even as Arab shells whelming in the fact of all these were falling in the suburbs of Tel burdens, to develop her economy \viv In these five eventful years, soundly and successfully some of these tasks have been US Contributions completed Some have yet to be when the full story is told, it completed, and with the aid of iswill certainly include a major secrael's manv friend* mecm b III tion devoted to the role played by America and Americans Only the 1 %  future can assav what course Seven Lively Arts •m. ay iwi. it has resulted in, of America, which moneys on beports cultural a the sate of roughly $180,000,000 tag used far that onattiMtteo'. atitutioas n IsrMl ^ numerous health, aaedieal welfare 000.000 frorc Pioneer w* institutions in Israel; some $20,. 000 000 from the National Comher ^^^ 0 ^J h r0 !" ^ o v ; r j m ,ttee for Labor Israel, made up money by B nai B ican orRanizattons Mam o trade ^ inion groups; some $5.uh service order ***£*£: 55 C Hada<" [ \mS < !" > the American Fund STorns ra ^n,stVam^nlfor Ur^^lns Ututions. which s upworth of interest-bearing State of Israel Bonds in this country. Other contributions from AmeZionist group S5.000.000 in goods *£ money by Bnai P/rith & uh service order which lL others, mainUins prices in Israel. various Friends of the Seven Live!> Arts will meet on Sunday 8 p.m.. at \2i %  11th Street. Miami Beach Marvin Steinbock, of the University of Miami, will discuss.: The nion Of Utility There will be a reading of a short -• by Chaim Rose. Hire a Subseriptinn to The Jewish Ptoridian SEND 52 fffMINDKS OF YOUf. TMOUCNTfULNfSS A (Hit that • ENLARGES one's fund Jewish aUcrirs. • DEEPENS one's understanding of Judaism. • STIMULATES Jewish solidarity and loyalty. and • PROVES you care. Harr> Truman but some one else been in the White House in the critical days of the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry in 1947, when Foreign Minister Erne-'. Bevin was venting his prejudice against the Zionist cause and in thV**rWwMA*** OFFICIAL U.S. ROYAL TIRE HEADQUARTERS NORTON TIRE CO., INC. Serving Florida Over 11 Year* MIAMI MIAMI REACH JS^K! *• %  tea w. MOITOM PAUOT TIM CO. 14(4 ALTON MA* 49M N.W* %  W*rW***rW**r>^ BBBBaa


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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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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
May 15, 1953

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:01319

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish unity
Preceded by:
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Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
^^27Number 20
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1953
PRICE: TEN CENTS
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Dulles-Led Mission In Near East
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MSA Bill Seeks
Agreement For
Total Defense
JTA Dispatch
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w Tibor Rubin. Long Beach. California, first Jewish. prioner
fenter Freedom Village, Korea, receives warm words of
nfort from Chaplain Murray Rothman.
\is First Hebrew Words
Two Years Bring Tears
IfREKDOM VILLAGE. Korea (NJWB) The first Jewish tee came
luKh ihe processing tents at Korea's Freedom Village here on Tues
j April 21st Pfc. Tibor Rubin, of Long Beach. California, had been
tisnwr of the North Koreans for two-and-a half years He was
lured while on duty with the 8th Cavalry Regiment, 1st <-*valry
fion. United States Army. He was wounded in U4eg and came
a stretcher case.
iBut his long period of imprisonment seem to havfe left rWscarsion
kpirit. He smiled freely when asked how he had 8? long with
fcaptors. "I'll tell you." he said, "I knew how V,kA0.*0
esc. I had experience with the Nazis before them. And then ne
hubm was born in Hungary. He and his parents were interned
haa concentration camp during part of World War 0 Both his
r ,nd father perished in the camp. When Rubin got dut he_ came
I nited States. After being in the country for 18 months, he en-
in the Army and landed in Korea. It was there that he was
lured in November, 1950. '' ; B
|The newly freed soldier shed tears onuhamedly when given a
fer book by Chaplain Murray I. Rothman, ofthe WJri"1^
Wly beginning to pray, he .ebbed: "Bits ftfiJgffgft
id I've seen in more than two years." The Mezuzzah Rubin receivea
[regular issue, but the chain came from a contribution by a Catholic
foain Right here, in the tent of Korea's Freedom Village herecited
ferayers. And then, with the prayer book and a Bible in to hand
br Rubin was placed in a helicopter and evacuated to the next stop
Bis way home.____________________-
WASHINGTONA new attempt
by the United States to bring about
peace between the Arab States and
Israel was foreshadowed by Secre-
tary of State John Foster Dulles
who told the House Foreign Affairs
Committee that these attempts
would be based on the proposed
Mutual Security Aid bill introduc-
ed by the administration.
Mr. Dulles, prior to his departure
for the Middle East and Israel, said
that the new bill, which contains I
allocations of $194,000,000 in econ-
omic aid for the Near East, repre-
sents an attempt to bring about
Arab-Israel peace treaties by deal-
ing with the area as a whole. The
bill contains a stipulation that the
Arab States and Israel will be re-
quired to provide non-aggression
assurances.
Included in the bill was a request
J for $475,000,000 in military aid for
the'region including Greece, Tur-
key and Iran, as well as the Israel-
Arab area. These military funds
will be available "to any organiza-
tion created pursuant to a regional
defense arrangement to which the
United States shall have become
a party, to any nation in the area
participating in any such arrange-
ment, or to any other nation in the
Near East or Africa which the
President determines to be of im-
portance to the area and whose
increased ability to defend itself
the President determines to be im-
portant to the security of the Unit-
ed States."
Such determination, it is speci-
fied, must be reported to the com-
bined Foreign Relations and Arm-
ed Services Committee of the Sen-
ate and House. No specific break-
down was made of the exact
amounts to go to the individual
Near Eastern countries.
Aid For Security
No military assistance will be
rendered the Arab states or Israel
unless the "recipient has agreed
that equipment, materiel, or serv-
ices provided will be used solely
to provide internal security, its
legitimate self-defense, or to per-
Continued on Page A
TEL AVIV (JTA) Both governmental leaders and police officials
were hastily preparing this week for the arrival Wednesday of US Sec-
retary of State John Foster Dulles and his party. The Secretary, accom-
panied by Mutual Security Director Harold Stassen and Assistant Sec-
retary of State Henry Byroade, were scheduled to remain here over
Thursday before proceeding to Jordan. on their fact-finding tour of
the Near East and Asia:
The police were preparing for
expected Communist anti-Dulles
demonstrations and for a pro-
Dulles demonstration by the Anti-
Communist League. The editor of
Kol Haam, the Communist daily
newspaper, has been arrested and
charged with incitement and with
defamation" of Secretary Dulles.
He was later released on bail.
Meanwhile, caricatures and car-
toons of Mr. Dulles have been
chalked on walls in this city, and
he has been called a "warmonger".
Several youths were arrested here
Monday for scrawling such carica-
tures on buildings. The Mapam
Central Council and the Committee
for Peace, which is controlled by
the Mapam, has announced that it
will not hold any anti-Dulles dem-
onstration.
Churchill Plea
Meanwhile. Prime Minister Sir
Winston Churchill declared in the
House of Commons that it was the
"duty" of Britain to see to it that
Israel received "fair play" in the
Middle East and pledged that
"nothing we shall do in the sup-
neral Riley Feels:
ruce Commission Is Inadequate
u m___it on.-J
. W)Mm CtorcMil
. wonts Mr play
-----
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SITED NATIONS (JTA)The
ti of Staff of the troce super-
Mi organization in Palestine,
tenant Gen. William E. Riley,
pday informed the United Na-
Serurity Council that the ma-
try of the Israel-Jordan Mixed
listice Commission bad become
idequate" because of the way
delegates acted as lawyers
fecuting or defending a case.
said that public opinion on
sides had become inflamed
semiofficial reports on incl-
>'s published before investiga-
1 and thus the chairman of the
Smission found himself in the
____'"''on of acting as a judge at-
yllnH to decide "between con-
"hng conclusions,"
commission, General Riley
aid, is effective only when both
I parties are ready to use it to set-
tle their difficulties, when they
' willingly cooperate in "investiga-
tion. "Such is not the atmosphere
I today in the Israel-Jordan Mixed
Armistice Commission," he em-
phasized.
The time has arrived for the
two governments to review the
problem of infiltration and perhaps
other problems." ""SL^B
said in his report. He added that
he had approached Israel and Jor-
dan on this matter and had receiv-
ed a favorable reply from the Is-
raeli Government. He indicated
that none had yet been received
from Jordan.
The UN official referred to "the
serious violation of the cease-fire
in Jerusalem" on April 22nd and
23rd. He said it was impossible, to
find out who had started the shoot-
ing However, he declared, "Israeli
firing at people in open space in
front of Damascus Gate, a usually
crowded spot, has given rise to
much emotion. This may be con-
sidered a most flagrant violation of
cease-fire. The cease-fire was also
violated by the other side when
several Israeli civilians were fired
at in other areas."
General Riley also referred to
the isolated shot on the afternoon
of the 23rd of April which came
from the Israel side but caused no
casualties. "When these shots were
reported, the Israel delegation in-
vestigated immediately and apolo-
gized," he sail
Council For Judaism
Hits Zionist Activity
SAN FRANCISCO (JTA) At-
tacks on Israel and Zionism were
continued at the 10th annual con-
vention of the American Council
for Judaism last week-eqd by
George L. Levison, a former State
Department officer assigned to the
Middle East, and Dr. Morris S. Laz-
aron. Dr. Lazaron, addressing a
panel discussion at the Council
convention, called for the three
major faiths in the United States
to unite in helping to achieve jus-
tice in the Middle East.
Dr. Lazaron hit out at the Amer-
ican Rabbinate for failing to lift
"its voice" in behalf of the Pales-
tine Arab refugee. "Where in the
pronouncements of the Social Jus-
tice Commission of the Central
Conference of American Rabbis
and the Union of American He-
brew Congregations and Synagogue
Council of America is there any
mention of the plight of the hap-
less Moslem and Arab sufferers?
Does Jewish nationalism crowd out
every feeling of sympathy for any
Continued on Pas* A
Jehu Fsf*r Dulles
... en a figh Trope
plying of aircraft to this part of
the world will be allowed to place
Israel at an inferior disadvantage."
Speaking during an important
foreign policy debate in the House,
Sir Winston, who identified him-
self as a faithful supporter of the
Zionist movement since the Bal-
i four Declaration in 1917, said that
"it was very unfortunate that no
peace"" had been made between Is-
rael and the Arab states. He ex-
i pressed the hope that the prob-
lem of the Palestine Arab refugees
j will "receive continuous consider-
ation" and that the "peculiarly un-
. timely bickering" between Israel
! and Jordan will be "brought to an
end with mutual advantage to both
sides."
In conclusion the Premier, who
Continued on Page 5 A
Reds Return
'Aryanized'
Property
VIENNA (JTA>In a move with-
out precedent in the eight years
since the Allied Powers took over
control of Austria, the Soviet oc-
cupation authorities have consent-
ed to release some Jewish-owned
property "aryanized" by the Nazis
after the 1938 Anschluss, it was
learned here.
The property in question consists
of several buildings located in the
Soviet sector of Vienna which were
owned by the Rothberger family
and confiscated by the Nads in
1938. An Austrian court returned
the title to the property to the fam-
ily, but the Soviet authorities had
up to now refused to recognize the
court's decision. The Soviet posi-
tion has always been that such
property was German-owned,
therefore subject to seizure as
enemy property, despite the orig-
inal ownership.
At the last meeting of the Exec-
utive Committee of the Allied Con-
trol Council, the Soviet representa-
tive offered to turn over the prop-
erty to the Austrian Government
for disposal at the discretion of
the Austrian authorities. The West-
ern representatives agreed.


PAGE 2 A
* Jewiit fitrkMar
FRIDAY
MAY
BINDER NAMED CHAIRMAN OF BIG DAY HERE JUNE 14
15,
A dinner honoring Mrs. Louis
Glasser on her return from Israel
and a Bonds for Israel Government
Day on Sunday. June 14th. are be-
ing planned as the Israel Bond Or-
Sanitation's two leading functions
for the next four week period, it
was announced here by Joseph
Rose. Greater Miami chairman of
Israel Bonds, following a five-day
visit to this area by Dr Abraham
Biran. Governor of Jerusalem and
the Xegev.
Dr. Biran addressed a number of
Zionist. Farband and Pioneer
Groups during his stay, relating
the important role investment
capital from Israel Bonds is play-
ing in building up Israel.
A first-hand report of economic
conditions in the Jewish State will
be given by Mrs. Glasser at a din-
ner to be held in the Saxony Ho-
tel on Sunday. May 31st Her visit,
under the auspices of State of Is-
rael Bonds, coincided with Israels
fifth anniversary- and as a mem-
ber of the women's delegation, she
witnessed the birthday celebra-
tions there and met informally
with the country's leaders.
With the acceptance of the post.
*U?HZ? bTr!!nMr? l *ndr-'eil oneway effort the most im
r-233 Pinetree Drive, for Miami s
i
i _
BIG Day oservance on Sunday.
June 14th. preparations here for
full-scale paruciation in the one-
day coast-to-coast effort for Israel
Bonds are well under way. accord
ing to R
In accepting his position as
chairman. Binder issued a call for
volunteer workers to assist in visit-
ing every Jewish family in the
f Mit? on June 14th to obtain
MS subscriptions for the State of
Israel Bond issue.
Day. htch will nark the
ciimax of the Spring. 1953 phase
of the Israel Bond drive, can re-
i nd to Israel's ef-
forts to achieve economic self-
".; Binder asserted
That is why I consider th:> ;>
portant single community-wide
function yet undertaken in behalf
of Israel
Fmphasiring the vital need for
investment capital to build and ex-
pand agriculture and industry in
Israel. Binder pointed out that,
since its inception two years ago.
the Israel Independence Bond Is-
sue has helped to develop new in-
dustrtes. modernize-. faYlRsdnd con-
struct roads nilvan harbors and
power lines
"With the help of a large corps
of volunteer workers who will
bring into people's homes the
of Israels
urgent need for
mark in local efforts to expand in-
vestment in the State of Israel
Bond issue." Binder added
Binder is from New York City
and was educated in schools there,
as well as at New York University.
He entered the textile field in
1930. and later was named adjuster
for 33 insurance companies. He
held the post for the next 12 years.
Binder purchased a home in Mi
ami Beach in 1942 In 1945. he took
over operation of the RiU Plaza
Hotel on the Beach and sold out in
1948 to take over the Sorrento Ho-
tel, which he directed until last
year.
He is currently building the Brit-
tany Hotel on the site of the Sun 0 _.
and Surf Villas He h a s three tSeaCll lAMgC bUtteS
*rrX"St Officer Installation
ami Beach, and Mrs. Minnie j Mum Bench will be the center
Schatsburg. Long Island. N. Y. j of important statewide B'nai B'rith
Binder is a director of the Miami conference*, it was learned this
Beach Jewish Center. Temple Beth | **
Sholom. North Shore Jewish Cen
ter and has taken an active inter-'
est in the Jewish Home for the! LnjU!l*M* h"^urt
Aged, the United Jewish Appeal
and the Men's Club of the Miami
Beach Jewish Centre.
*?*?,
Mr*. W vinstein
Head* Florida
Zionist Yamth
Mrs. Irwin Weinstein. Miami
Beach, president of the Greater Mi-
ami Hadassah Chapter and vice
president of the Florida Hadassah
Region, was elected chairman of
the newly-formed Florida Zionist
Youth Commission at the Commis-
sion's organizational session held
on May 5th. at the Empress Hotel.
Sponsored as the educational
youth agency' of Florida Hadassah
growth and its and ZOA. the Commission is head-
dol- <* b> .Arthur Pa f Orlando.
Rabbi Moses Mes-
Dr. Ali lull Khan. Persian Diplomat and Art "---
the Sword of Office used by Ministers and HtohrS'-*!
the Persian Gc^reniment. to Hebrew AcademyXw?^
Roney Plan Hotel exhibition of historic PeiswHrV^*!
en hawiicralL Shown with Dr. Khan aboveT
Spoher, Hanrey Silver, Sandra Kotz and Irving
Private Scl
Nne Officer,
The Private Schools
of Dade County held nttj
ing of the year at the
several Florida State officials of j Country Day School
B'nai BTith will attend the annual! New officers elected (a
eol year 1953-1954 ^
Beach Lease. dent, Harold R MajannT_
The affair is scheduled for the Abbott Gardens Prime
Saxony Hotel on Sunday evening.. pee president
May 24th. United States Senator
George A. Sanathers will be princi-
pal speaker.
leading the out-of-town group to
be present at the event will be
Edward L Cutler, newly elected
president of the Florida State Fed-
eration of B'nai B'rith Lodges. Paul
Seiderman is chairman of the Ban- Kermandy School- B
quet Committee. .. _. '
the Riviera D> School; tin
Ellen Shields Bowman, of lit]
shore Kiddie Gardens.
Guest speakers at the
were Henry Fox. president d|
Principal's Club of Dade I
and Mr. Leo Bles. As i
lives of the Dide Cosatr Cni|
fense Association, they get i
nation and :r. -.rjctious i
defense.
B Camena,(jJ
Scbooi. secrttan.l
ther H. Shaver, of the
Country Day School; asdl
Mrs Sybil Mannheimer,
Mannheimer School
Executive Con
are Dr. Laura ua
Ctmhwin; Leo Hubereea, ]
Zukemick Again Heads
District Welfare Board
Harry' Zukemick. Miami Beach
attorney, was re-elected chairman
of District Welfare Board No. 9
for the third successive year. Nam-
ed vice chairman was Thomas B.
.'Duff. Miami attorney.
Zukemick has been a member
of the Board since 1947. Duff is
MADE RESH DAJ4.Y IN MIAMI!
Tasty
1 tion of District Welfare Boards and
has been a member of the District
Board since 1950.
a rrseWy chirred
coeaft) bftttr. ,.ra*
Wc* hentmadt fc'ffd
or r/eror fosse os/y
oa fserors.
vice chairman
taw I is expected that BIG Day cb,,o(( of Mumi ^^ trMsurer.
in Miami will reach a high-water and Mrs. William Goldman, of
Jacksonville, recording secretary.
The May 5th meeting, called by I
Mrs. Herman Klausner. of Jack-
sonville, president of the Florida
Hadassah Region, and by Robert
Persky. of Augusta. Georgia, presi-
dent of the Southeastern ZOA Reg-
ion, was the first of two meetings
scheduled this spring and early
'to divide the Southern Zionist
Youth Commission into two separ-
ate and independent Youth Com-
missions. The other meeting is
scheduled for June 14th. in Hen-
, dersonville. North Carolina
AroVocVe rweef
or l^htty so/fed
it:
Sunny Bxook gAuwwuj, 9nc
rWe t-OoC I 21M kW. 13th Ave, Miami. Re.
Shapiro Urges More
Digiiity In Reach
Council Activities
Harold Shapiro. Miami Beach
civic and veterans' leader who is
a candidate for City Council, said
Wednesday that "now is the time
for our council to grow with oar'
city '" He said that "almost no dig-
nity has been retained by of,
to the detriment of our com-
munity "
Shapiro told more than 100 work-
ers at a rally at the Sorfcomber
Hotel that, "I sen gratified at the
support I am receiving froea every
section of the city. Yon told me
to ran independently and I have
j followed your advice.**
i The former Zionist president and
i Commander of the Jewish War Vet-
erans urged that the city engage'
-<*ulified experts- as soon as pos-,'
sable to make a complete traffic
surrey of Miami Beach. "I believe
that the question of one-way ver-'
' sns two-way traffic should bane* i
more on safety than on monilui
values Of course, piopeilj valua-
tion would be consaaeied in mak
or maintaining
Shapiro said.
The former chairman of the
Jewish Nation Fond Council re-
ported that he is -reedy and will-
mer to debate any candidate on
"And I believe any oth-
I be willing to
do the stew,-
S. J. Freed.
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* Jew is l> ftor Mian
PAGE 3 A

jmt Sinai Seminar Opens Thursday;
I physicians Are Expected To Attend
will be given the oppor- j Fleming. Edward Roth, Maurice
t0 quiz their colleagues on Lev and Victor Kugel. Lecturers
on the second day will be Drs.
Thomas H. McGavack, New York
Medical College; Stewart
lsl advanced methods of di-
and treatment at Mount
Annuls Third Annual Med-
Linar being held at the Del-
ttcl starting Thursday morn-
Lv 21st, and continuing until
l Saturday.
nt Sinai's Seminars have
. well known throughout the
las a force for keeping the
lans of this area alert to the
ies being made in the re-
laboratories, universities
Lspitals throughout the na-
Dr. S. Charles Werblow,
chairman.
. 300 physicians from many
Is of the United States and
lAmerica are expected to at-
_he lectures and panel dis-
ks which will be led by eight
[illy famous scientists and
in many fields of medi-
jstration for the Seminar will
|at 8:30 a.m., Thursday, and
,_ will be opened formally
fclock by Leonard A. Wien,
treasurer, in the absence
Orovitz, president. Four
on the first day will be
led by Drs. Nelson Zivitz, Jul-
trsnn. Peritz, Scheinberg and
Frehling.
Lcrs will be Drs. Samuel C.
|z, Washington University
of Medicine; Stefan S.
I. University of Michigan; Al-
\x B. Gutman, Columbia Uni-
and Israel Davidsohn, Uni-
r of Michigan.
Lbers of Mount Sinai's medi-
tff presiding at sessions on
will be Drs. Richard M.
Wolf,
University of Oklahoma; Chester
S. Keefer, Boston University School
of Medicine; and Bukantz.
On Saturday there will be two
morning sessions at which Drs.
William Bernstein and Maurice
Rich will be chairmen. Speaking
at the concluding sessions will be
Drs. Davidsohn, Gutman, Wolf and
Jack D. Myers, of the Duke Uni-
versity School of Medicine.
A cocktail party and banquet is
scheduled for Friday evening at
which the guest speaker will be
Malcolm Ross, of the University of
Miami. Mr. Ross has written ex-
tensively on the subject of group
relations, and from 1943 until 1946
served as chairman of the Presi-
dent's Committee on Fair Employ-
ment Practices. The following year,
he came to Miami as chairman of
the University's Public Information
Section. Dr. Harold Rand, Liaison
and Entertainment Committee
chairman, will be toastmaster.
Serving with Dr. Werblow on the
Executive Committee are Drs. Lev,
Leon Manheimer, Alfred Levin,
Scheinberg, Jandon Schwarz and
Rudolph Drosd. Other Seminar
Committee heads are Drs. Louis
Lemberg, exhibitors; Leo Levin,
publicity; and Paul Plotkin, reser-
vations and hotel.
Philip M. Klutznick, attorney and former Federal Housing Commissioner, was unanimously-
elected President of B'nai B'rith at the Triennial Convention in Washington, D.C., several
hours after a 30-minute conference of B'nai B'rith leaders with President Eisenhower at the
White House. The delegation, in addition to Klutznick (standing at right of the President), in-
cluded Frank Goldman (second from left), retiring president, who was elected honorary presi-
dent of the Order; Henry Edward Schultz (left), chairman of the Anti-Defamation Commission;
Maurice Bisgyer (right), secretary; and Benjamin Epstein (second from right), director of the
Anti-Defamation League.
Our Film Folk
\ Kaplan Named
lor Mother At
iple Beth Sholom
Irving B. Kaplan, newly re-
president of the PTA of
' Beth Sholom, was chosen
Mother of 1953 at the an-
parent child luncheon on Sat-
She was selected from a
candidates by a committee
|ting of past Honor Mothers,
Lcnm Kronish and Sydney
Iberu. education director.
Alexander Robbins, Honor
\~ ot 1950, pinned the corsage
tor on Mrs. Kaplan. More
200 parents and children at-
Kaplan is also active at
Beach Elementary and Nau-
IJunior High Schools. She is
lice president of the Temple
Ihood and is a member of its
kl Group. She resides with
husband, Irving Kaplan, and
j daughters, Beth, 12; Bonnie,
lil Laura, 6.
Ibute was also paid to two
outstanding mothers, Mrs.
rt Reisman, PTA vice presi-
and Mrs. Aaron Farr, out-
! president of the Temple Sis-
od.
By LEON GUTTERMAN
(Copyright, 19.">3, Jewish Telegraphic
Agency, Inc.)
HOLLYWOODOne of our best
known Beverly Hills surgeons
Went hunting last week and came
home complaining that he hadn't
killed anything. "That's what you
get," George Jestel told him, "for
neglecting your practice."

A Hollywood night club owner,
Leu Holtz tells us, had an unusu-
ally bad day at his club. Not one
person had ventured into the place
all day long. Finally he closed up
around midnight and went home
to discover his wife with a lover.
"Hurray!" he shouted. "People!"

Judy Holliday says a woman in
love certainly isn't economical.
She'll go to a beauty parlor and
spend twenty dollars and the en-
tire day getting her face made up
. hoping the fellow she's going-]
out with that night will mess the
whole thing up.
*
Phil Silvers comments when-
ever you hear it said that there is
a beautiful tie between father and
son
it.
* *
tions. Two of the heads of a major
studio were -arguing at a dinner
table the other night. It seems
that they were trying to get to-
gether on a new picture which
would be released soon. One of the
tycoons was evidently -worried
about the income tax bracket he
was in. He finally closed the deal
with his friend and said, "Now,
remember. If we make any money
YOU have to keep it."
B9nai B'rith Girls
Install Officers
On Sunday. May 10th, BBG Shol-
em No. 14 held its Mother and
Daughter installation at the Ritz
Plaza Hotel.
New officers are: president, Di-
ane Rubenstein; vice president,
Rosemarie Strauss; recording sec-
retary, Beatrice Bregman; corres-
ponding secretary, Maxine Bell;
treasurer. My ma Morton; reporter.
Nancy Dezen; historian, Tobiann
Banowitz; and parliamentarian,
Debbie Kamm.
Quote from George Burns:
"Who said science has never aided | Dr. Schneider Moves
business? Just look what the law
of gravity has done for the suspen-
der business!"

Siyum Hatorah At
West Miami Center
A Siyum Hatorah will take place
at the West Miami Jewish Center
on Sunday, May 31st. Donors are
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Paul.
Rabbi Alfred Waxman will be
in charge of the program. Music
will be by the Center Male Choir
consisting of Irving Finn, Harry
Klein, Martin Hammer, Bernard
Weiner and Jesse Teitler.
Judge Leonard Kalish is presi-
dent of the Center. He will be suc-
ceeded by Al Fogel.
"It is estimated," Eddia Cantor
tells us, "that for a $25,000 execu-
tive the time cost of reading an or-
dinary book would be sixty dol-
lars. Better read a book while you
are poor enough to afford it."
. MOTHS AS
)U HOUSECLEAN
Some would-be authors who
think that fame and fortune can
be had by merely spending a few
moments a day at their typewrit-
- ers can take a lesson from ShoUm
the son is probably wearing .Asch, who was accosted the other
day by a gushing admirer. "Have
you ever written anything, Mr.
Asch," she spouted, "that you
think will live after you've gone?"
"Madam," answered Asch grave-
ly, "what I'm trying to do is to
write something that will enable
me to live while I'm here!"
*
Offices On Beach
Dr. S. G. Schneider, Miami Beach
optometrist since 1944, has moved
to new offices at 1603 Washington
Avenue.
Editor of the Journal of the Flor-
ida Optometric Association and di-
rector of Public Information for
the state group. Dr. Schneider
formerly practiced at 588 Lincoln
Road.
His new offices include facilities
for visual training, as well as for
refraction and examination of the
eyes.
When a young starlet asked
Tony Martin, "Do you- enjoy my
company?" Tony replied: "What
company are you with?**
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flower," says Jo* E. LeWIfc "if Ava
was my gardner." '

Phil Harris says he drinks noth-
ing stronger than pop, and there's
nothing his pop doesn't drink.

Ed Wynn got a room on the 20th
floor in a Beverly Hills hotel, then
asked the manager, "Couldn't I
get something nearer California?"

The talkative movie star was
telling Edward O. Robinson about
the bad manners of a recent
visitor, another star. "If that worn-
an yawned once, Eddie, while 1
was talking to her, she yawned a
dozen times."
"Maybe she wasn't yawning.
dear," Robinson replied. "Maybe
she was trying to say something.

The giants of the movie indus-
try dont make money anymore.
They just hold it for the govern-
ment between income tax eollee-
Goorgo S. Kaufman comments:
"The longest word in the English
language starts off: and now
a word from our sponsor.' "

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.Mr. Dalles Goes East
Secretary of State John Foster Dulles is by
now somewhere in the Middle East He was
scheduled to leave Tel Aviv yesterday for Jor-
dan and the first hop on his fact-finding tour.
Protocol seems to have been a delicate matter
all of the way. Were Mr. Dulles to land in one
of the Arab League countries and jump off on
the tour from there. Israel would have undoubt-
edly felt slighted. It is. however, most prob-
able that the State Secretary chose the Jewish
homeland as his port of entry to the Near East
for other reasons.
It appears likely to us that he picked Israel
in order to avoid any possibility of being ac-
cused of favoritism at the outset Another
leason is that Egypt would have presented
itself as Mr. Dulles' only alternative, and US
officials are already wary of General Naguib's
iron-clad power. His landing in Cairo or Alex-
andria might have been interpreted by the
strong-armed military leader as an excessive
gesture of friendship beyond American intent.
With even these small considerations a ma-
jor issue. Mr. Dulles will have to be a master
diplomat in order to avoid offending either Near
Eastern bloc when weighty matters arise.
(Israel has already been placed into an un-
fortunate position with reports of sharp Com-
munist demonstrations against US "warmong-
ering" that necessitated police arrests.) And it
is precisely here that future difficulties may
lie so far as the fact-finding tour is concerned.
We can not help wondering to what extent
Mr. Dulles and the State Department are deter-
mined to acquire a deep-rooted understanding
of the Near Eastern situation that can guide
our future foreign policy. We regard with mis-
giving the possibility that he has been sent
into the trouble-racked area as a vague sort
of goodwill spokesman with the intention of
presenting his most personable side to the Arab
World and to Israel, at once.
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Mutual Security Aid Is Pivotal
The proposed Mutual Security Aid bill now
before Congress may have some effect on the
manner in which Mr. Dulles' tour through the
Near East will proceed. According to its stipu-
lations, no military assistance will be forthcom-
ing to the Arab stales or to Israel unless all
parties involved agree that equipment received
is scheduled for internal security use and
"legitimate self-defense'' only.
A more wholesome suggestion is that as-
sistance will be rendered to those states dem-
onstrating a desire to join the defense program
for that area under the sponsorship of the Unit-
ed Nations Collective Security arrangement
But Egypt lor one. has already rejected such
a proposal. In explaining his government's in-
tentions so far as peace with Israel is concern-
ed. Dr. Ahmed Hussein. Egyptian Ambassador
to Washington, said last week that General
Naguib could never consider entering into any
military alliance of which the Jewish State is
a partner.
With exceeding kindness. Dr. Hussein gave
America and Israel a free hand to sstririliili
such an alliance on their own if they so wished.
But Egyptian participation he said, .would be
out of the question. Perhaps the new Mutual
Security Aid bill will change his rune and mel-
low the uedependent attitudes of the rest of the
Arab League. This, of course, depends largely
on Mr. Dulles at the
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During The Week ... a
Bt LEO MIKDLIN
I

AArWAA
DR. KURT PEISER'S PRESENCE IN MIAMI ca,
area. He baa brought with him a background rich i. m*"
activity and an intellect that achieved the highest rtCommuB*ii
accomplishment as vice president of the Universit?8^01"
Added to this is a personal humility whose refined tj* "
fused by forthnghtness of purpose and in which a h*rL|
humanity and steadfast attitudes are fused as one *"
The short period since Dr. Peiser's arrival here h.. v
by a desire to remain in the shadow of public rer.nT ^'
address at the Bureau of Jewish Education dinner ^,1*
ably his first in Miami, and one can be completely **l
his expressed hesitancy to make statements of^ policy TnT^*
in the midst of which he has resided hardly a year "h S
posterous of me," he said. This is undoubtedly anotherT"11
humility that marks his nature. ^r '**
Faced, however, with the problem of proposing SUfh .
and with tbe sensitive urge to refrain from suggesting
modes of a>on. Dr. Peiser chose a middle course durino
the Bureaus annual affair. In this case, modesty defeated*
ness. and his message became disguised by a series of ZJ
that only weakly brought forward his essential pointh
Peiser's purpose to discuss the current problems in Jewish
and, more specifically, as they apply to Miami.
But the method he chose in order to avoid seeming pott
from a newcomer set him upon a sharply vibrating tightrW
subsequently found himself attempting to balance theory
tice and social service work as a profession against Jewish
as a necessity. This resulted from Dr. Peiser's highly intesraw
which is a homogeneous mixture of both these fields Howm
relationship between them and the ultimate distinctions that
apart from the other were never quite made clear His lov(
engaged in a contest for affection, and, at times, u seemed
munal welfare won out.
DR. PEISER'S THESIS WAS THAT a strong tie exists
education and total Jewish activity within the framework of *
munity. In air effort to prove this, he quoted extensively from m
made ten years ago to the allied Jewish Appeal in Philadelphia!
he was its executive director. These, Dr. Peiser compared witij
surveys set before Jewish groups in Detroit and Milwaukee
1933 and 1923, respectively. Careful study of them, ha said,]
a single conclusion that seems universally valid.
Briefly, his deduction led to the observation that ^
Sli2iviiat.li % iisl R.t.ll.te.f Appeal agencies throughout the nation are no more than vents
"'XU,"M -%Iia signed to raise funds for the support of local and overseas,
Greater Miami Jewry will usher in the Festi- *ctiviti1 ""^^ emphasize, he said, the importance of Israel, th-,
val of Shavuoth on Tuesday evening. This **** "*** ****** "" a,,home and world """I
?K ~wi k i. i u _. u *, urgency for continued sponsorship of all groups dedicated totkl
toperiod which celebrates the appearance' of ^^ ^ ^ ^ c,tegories 80Wev\.r needed be^i
of the summer s first fruits and marks 49 days Dr. Peiser suggested, were a wish and will for positive Judaisu
since the conclusion of Passover. consciously united Jewish community.
During these 49 days. Jews traditionally of- The time has come, he said, when we are experiencing,
fered up sheafs of barley as their supplication quenchable hunger for life and an undying belief in its goodnes.
for a rich harvest But it is also marked as to I largely attributed to the establishment of the State of brad. |
period when Moses received the Ten Com- [ e*r,ier "negative" activities performed in the name of
mandments on Mount Sinai. ,,,one' currently find rapid replacement by the desire to lift
The i. liHl. rtm ; ,__.u v troa N*ak *** "to viul present There is little in Dr.
, ..?! PlfC? m, aTS ?ftL ue ^ observoos about this form of Jewish communal work with
or fertility in the land with the fulfillment of can argue. The difficulty, as I see ft is that he made welfare
jewvsn moral yearning. For both bespeak a raising a total equivalent of social service, implied even if m
life that is bountiful spiritually and physically, ally that one must choose between ft and Jewish education
Shavuoth in our time is a happy period and c,uded that vigorous educational program can only rise out
sets for us a goal toward which we may all * aspire a goal whose attainment can bring} The fact remains that fund raising, no matter hoe

Tbe fit
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that sort of human perfection which is the aim i "n*ative" it maty be. must continue as a fundamental Americ
of every man. Let us mark the festival with a > lcliv?>' tor !oB* time to come if Israel is to survive The
reassessment of our spiritual heritage and with ; remauu that vitalized education system must be establish*
positive action in to direction of making Jew-1 supported, ss welL Without a doubt. Dr. Peiser would be tbe
I agree with this. But one is ae less necessary than the other,
one degrading as opposed to the other The relationship betveal
is almost apparent The conclusion at which Dr. Peiser _
not seem weighty enough to support his complex thesis and bill
at If he has gone
to tbe Near East to determine how many eggs
he can tread upon without breaking any. then
to new MSA Wgiskmcn will have little eflect ilT -^21"^" Sfe* **r **?
3bate Department are truly bead upon making eons issue there. This group is the one that \r
an end of Near Ensssru tsnssons. then the bilL j inoxxverttatstly. teamed up with vicious
may very well serve a noble purpoee beyond J^^Li"109 *? RP*Ncan Fictional Conven.
the coraaideranon of gathering allies in tbe TJSJSES* ^ht down I***
of hatur* dnficuiues. a *?* ^a*om ^owiaq proniise to hnnher
of nature oWulties. Anaeracan support of the Jewish State. ^^
.
ry unshakable in its eternal belief.
< n iI For JadaiNm
ImTlS^SlSrSfmi iudaim' *-* K" -^ ot P"~** it indeed, the whole m~*
'ZJt "o^roitcr?0Z Je^Tppol, "d ************-**+4
of Israel means double allegiance. Its mem-1 .. .____
bers would have us believe that American I RATIONALE FOR DR. PltSErS DISCUSSION of
Jews show disloyalty to their country if they | wtUm cuvty was that a responsible Jewish educational effat
are in any way identified with the work of the' bt*"1 *"" leaders. As hosaa makers, he said, these leaden
ZOA- jeverything their children learn in the Hebrew school In taiini
In J^"oi Rabbi bving Miller put it proper-,b* ttacked tbe absence of mature persens among the rankiiM
!L*s~^J^ .said tbai such attacks pkry into interested in education and deplored the fact that cfrlc faoasi
girg^.* ****.onti-Seinues. For it has inevitably nnd their way to posutions ef importance on fe*ru
tt^^JSEZ: toyman SSC J' ** ^^^ ^^ $
be countod on as honeet cihsenrJho^ SLjSl L^ "T ? *>?*
kmce is unflinching and constant ^^ No hea an American than President Dwiqht ** *** "Bderrtn of non Jewish traditiosw among oer r*j
Eisenhower has put to lie to this notion when cooUnu*s to remain inn
he recently called upon Jewish youth here to
reorffirm its belief in what be termed "your *** I*
ancent and reverent tradition.'' In the face of; *" k aces uw r-
this, tbe Council for Judaism continues to trade to *oid in jemilh education here the wave of immijjration i
r^f^H0!^ chau]?ni "S+^lf^ + mmlm^mgffZbmmmm d from J JoTesjaSSeg^^
Thi.orouMwsaavrj.cS^J^^l1**1- ^"^ d the *0enc there of coasgwet religknis cornm^'
ad preraibed is the Otd World.
" Btigat, indeed, have shews that the i>on-exisUsce
Jewish trafsUoa is set the result of intellectual rejection V*'
chnation toward atheism bet a priaanl ef igaerasce, *
then would his call for the sepport ef Jewaah edfarsdoo a* *
re stood out ra leainj* 1
. jrad hat symbeht af"
. dad sot aficat this reaat
remain ignorant of its own.
f is unfortunate that his bsbssEsI attar* afaisst cuHural
tormed "your WM *** ^ Peer's unbalanced approach to the sroblei
face of r*li*ae PM* history might better have traced tke reasons
thai 1w;j 1 *___I ... :_lirtrl
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bridging the "eld" and the
Peiser saadeaty. ea the eae
en the


P MAY 15, 1953
>|PHi tOBAL SHORTS
iMnrion Coil* For Support Ot Tax
sUSALEM (JTA)Premier David Ben-Gurion, intervening in I
neral debate in the Knesset, called this week for nationwide',
rt of a proposal to impose a special tax to solve Israel's unem-
pnt problem. He urged the Israeli people to accept the tax not
"! litical issue" but as a "humanitarian matter." The Premier
L-d out that the government could not use either funds from
rUn grants-in-aid, German reparations payments or the develop-
budget for this purpose since these funds "from the outside are
rked for certain projects."

Iviet Includes Jars On Chess Team
Lew YORK (JTAV-^Five Jews are included in a Soviet chess team :
\ plavcrs which is* coming to the United States next month to,
f top American chess players, it was reported here by the United
L Chess Federation.
|rhe five include: Mikhail Wotwinik, leader of the Soviet team
world's champion, Jacob Auerbach, Isaac Boleslawsky, Yefim Gel-
Vnd Alexander Tolush. The New York Times said that diplomatic
rvcrs here believe that the inclusion of the Jews on the Soviet
is an attempt "to dispel United States belief in Soviet anti-Semi-
Dulles-Led Mission In Near East;
Police Break Anti-American Actions
If To Bar Bias By Employers
[WASHINGTON (JTA)Senator Irving M Ives, of New York, has
tuced a bill in the Senate to bar discrimination by either an em-
' or a labor union against a worker because of race, religion,
national origin or ancestry. The measure would amend the
[Hartley Act. The bill has the support of ten members of the
ite Labor Committee but not the support of Senator Robert A.
co-author of the labor measure which it seeks to amend. There
^possibility that if the amendment reaches the Senate floor it will
tme the subject of a filibuster by Southern Senators.

inisirr Reports Israel's Progress
"NEW YORK (JTATIsrael plans to transfer more than 10.000
liles this year to the land in 50 new villages, Pinhas Lavon, Israel
[net Minister told a meeting of the executive committee of the
bond organization here this week. The meeting was devoted to
(development of plans for the third year of the Israel independence
I drive. The projected transfer of families, Lavon said, constitutes a
ificant aspect of Israel's program to achieve economic indepen-
e, with the help of the Israel bond campaign.

motiate Settlement On Property
[COLOGNE (JTA)Negotiations between West Germany and Israel
he question of compensation for German property in Israel will
|n in Luxemburg on May 19th, the Israel mission in Germany an-
jiced here this week. The negotiations are to be started as part of
[German Israel reparations pact under which Israel agreed to pay
Ipensation for confiscated German property. All payments made by
I will be taken from reparations funds made available by Germany.

"onuses Action On Vinaly Children
WASHINGTON (JTA)A delegation from Hapoel Hamizrachi of
erica called upon Spanish Ambassador Senor Jose F. de Lequenca
i week to appeal for the return of the Finaly children to France.
i Ambassador told the delegation that the Spanish Government does
[know the whereabouts of the missing Jewish orphans. He promised
I his government would bend every effort to locate the children,
?oulcl like you to assure the Jewish people that we will do every-
ig possible to solve this problem," he aaid.
Norman P.. Lyons
Lyons Is Named
Municipal Judge
Norman R. Lyons, local attorney,
has been appointed as Municipal
Judge for the City of North Miami
Beach.
Lyons, a long-time resident of
this area, is a member of the Dade
County and Florida Bar Associa-
tions. He is also active in com-
munity and civic affairs as presi-
dent of the Southwest Democratic
League of Dade County and as a
member of the Citizens Advisory
Committee and Greater Miami Ur-
ban League.
He was president of the Coral
Gables Zionist District for three
successive years, is chairman of the
Board of Directors of the South-
west Civic League and maintains
membership in such fraternal or-
ders as B'nai B'rith, Greater Miami
Jewish Center, the Elks and Ma-
sonic orders, including the Shrine.
Continued from Pag* 1 A
reviewed both the history of the
Arab attack on Israel and the Is-
raeli economic development, de-
clared: "I hope and trust that the'
Arab states will come to a peace
with Israel, and I earnestly pray
that the great Zionist conception
of a home for this historic people
where they live on the land of their
ancestors may eventually receive
its full fruition."
Views On Peace
When Mr. Dulles arrives in Is-
rael this week, he will find the
Israel Government receptive to the
American defense conception for
the Middle East, the Sunday Ob-
server, leading British newspaper,
reported in a cable from Tel Aviv.
The cable says that Premier Ben-
Gurion and Foreign Minister Shar-
ett intend to present to Mr. Dulles
the following views:
1. That no Middle East defense
organization is possible without
taking Israel into consideration; 2.
that Israel's high standards of tech-
nical know-how have made her air
force the most efficient in the Mid-
dle East, and her industrial and
assembly plants are the finest and
largest in the region; 3. that con-
trary to current Arab claims, peace
between Israel and the Arab states
is not impossible provided both
sides are ready for compromise;
and 4. that Israel does not ask
the United States to mediate be-
tween it and the Arab states but
desires that the US use its influ-
ence with the Arab states to induce
them to sit down at direct peace
talks with Israel and hammer out
the basic issues.
The Israelis see a number of ar-
eas in which there is room for
compromise in working out an
Arab-Israeli peace, the Observer ar-
ticle states, including: the Jew-
ish State's readiness to make a
major financial contribution to the
Yomen Students
Will Perform
The home of Margaret Yomen
will be the settmg for her first
student recital in her new home
on Sunday, May 17th, at 4 p.m.
Participants at Sunday's student | resettlement of Palestine refugees
recital will be Edith Beck, Betsy I in the Arab countries, if normal
relieve the economic problems in-
flicted on the Arab state by lack
of a Mediterranean outlet.
Arab Concession
However, the Observe article
points out, the Israelis would only
be willing to make these conces-
sions as part of a general and per-
manent peace settlement with the
Arab states. The Israelis have just
approved the transfer to Arab refu-
gees of the first 80,000 pounds of
a total of 1,000.000 pounds which
Israel has promised to release from
frozen bank accounts, as a demon-
stration of goodwill, the article re-
ports. Another such gesture, the
Observer continues, is the granting
of permission to some 2,400 Arab
refugees to return to Israel to al-
low them to be reunited with their
families and the granting of per-
mission to 900 Arabs to leave Israel
for the same purpose.
For their part, Israeli policy-
makers intend to suggest that the
Arab states make certain conces-
sions, including the following:
1. Agree to the resettlement of
Palestinian refugees in the Arab
countries, particularly in fertile
regions of Syria and Iraq; 2. halt
border incidents and violation of
Israeli territory by both regular
Arab armies and civilians; 3. dis-
continue the boycott of Israel and
resume trade relations with the
Jewish State; and 4. that Egypt
permit free and unhampered navi-
gation of the Suez Canal and the
Red Sea by Israeli shipping.
The Observer says that when Mr.
Dulles arrives in Israel he will be
told that British surrender of mili-
tary bases In the Suez Canal area
would be of "essential concern" to
Israel and that Israel feels that
such a development should be con-
ditioned on Egypt's willingness to
accept certain obligations concern-
ing the use of these bases.
and Candy Frankel, Patti Kantor,
Debra Karg, Phytiss Katz, Eliza-
beth London, Sharon Meyer, Bon-
nie and Michael Moses, Addie Rose,
Arlene Rosen. Shayne Rosen-
Wendy Solar, Seymour
Susan Tabor and Leslie
>an Mahes State Department Visit
WASHINGTON (JTAV^Israel Ambassador Abba Eban met with
Istant Secretary of State Henry A. Byroade this week to discuss
Ics which might arise in the course of the forthcoming visit of
ktarv of State Dulles and Mutual Security Aid director Stassen to
(el and the Near East. Mr. Eba said the Israel Government would
: with Mr. Dulles about the whole concept of the Near East with a
to Arab-Israel* peace and improvement of the stability of the area.
. *
\intadrut Acts To Settle Conflict
I TEL AVIV (JTA)The Histadrut executive decided last week to
W the partition of Ein Harod, the collective settlement which is
St among Mapai Mapam lines and in which several clashes haveoc-
ted between Mapai and Mapam members. The executive decided
Idivide the fields, homes and moveable property of the kibbutz on
! basis of the size of each faction. The Mapai adherents compose 55
cent of the settlement's- population, and the Mapam members maKe
| the remainder.

resident Greets Jewish Publishers
I WASHINGTON (JTA)Problems facing the English-Jewish press
Ithis country, as well as the relation of the newspapers to tne Jew.sn
nmunity and communal organizations, were discussed at the mm
J>ual convention of the American Association of Englisn-jewisn
pspapcrs held here. President Eisenhower, in a message to the con-
ation addressed to Philip Slomovitz, president of the Aiwmjnna,
ged "renewed determination to guard with vigilance
undless heritage of freedom."
strauch,
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Bach.
Chopin,
man, Lichner,
and Schuman.
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Arab states; Israel would also be
prepared to make minor frontier
rectifications on the basis of hu-
mane considerations; and, Israel
would be willing to offer Jordan
a free zone at the port of Haifa to
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Miss Janet Lipmarf Weds Will Sukenik
In Candlelight Rites On May 3rd
In a double ring candlelight ceremony at the Biscayne Terrace
Hotel on May 3rd, Miss Janet Michelle Lipman, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Martin Lipman, of this city, was married to Will Sukenik, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Sukenik, Cleveland, Ohio. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
officiated. It was an all pink wedding.
The bride wore a lace and tulle dress over satin with a chapel-
length train which buttoned up to j-------------------------------'-------~~------
the waist to form a bustle. She |baumi Dr Stanley Freint and Herm
carried a bouquet of orchids and Bronfen acted as ushers.
Ftpehanotis. Her only piece of
jewelry was a strand of cultured
pearls.
Best man was Al Leizman, of
Cleveland. Matron of honor was
Mrs. Fritz Nuesbaum, also of Cleve-
land. Kenneth Lipman, Fritz Nuss-
Flower girls included Janis Lee
Lipman and Jill Freint. Ruth
Schwartz, Francine Kogut, Mrs.
Stanley Freint and Mis. Kenneth
Lipman were bridesmaids.
The bride's attendants wore tulle
and lace dresses sparked with
rhinestones. They carried purple
flowers. The flower girls wore
pink embroidered organdy dresses.
The bride's mother wore pale blue
net, and the groom's mother was
attired in a rose lace dress. Their
corsages were of contrasting color
orchids.
Newlywed Mrs. Sukenik was
graduated from Miami Beach
schools and the University of Mi-
ami. She taught for two years at
North Beach Elementary School.
Mi. Sukenik attended schools in
Cleveland and the University of
Ohio. He is a member of Phi Sig-
ma Delta Fraternity. He is now
associated in the lumber and con-
struction business with his father
in Cleveland.
After an air cruise through the
j Caribbean Islands, the couple will
, reside at 1445 Eastwood Avenue,
Mayfield Heights, Ohio.
J2AY.
Miss Skirley Rosenblum Wed*
In Double Ring Ceremony vW
Miss Shirley Rosenblum, daughter of Mr ,,, u C
blum, 2036 SW 12th Street, was married to '*{??**-
and Mrs. Morris Senoff, Chicago, Illinois, i i^y*.
D**HJ
performed by Rabbi Simon April and Cantor" iw!..*
Miami Hebrew School and Congregation on Sund
Given in marriage by her parents, the bride w9
Miss Smmdtt Zemtl
Zemel, Schayowiti
Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Zemel, of North
Plainfield, New Jersey, announce
the betrothal of their daughter,
Sandee, to William Schayowitz. The
couple are University of Miami stu-
dents.
Mr. Schayowitz is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Hyman Schayowitz, 2837
SW' 1st Street. A graduate of Mi-
ami Jackson High School, he is a
member of Alpha Epsilon Pi at
the U of M. Miss Zemel belongs
to Iota Alpha Pi Sorority.
A wedding in August is planned
by the engaged couple.
lerina gown of nylon net over satin
and a shirred bodice covered with
a lace jacket of long pointed
sleeves and a high standup Peter
Pan collar. Her finger-tip illusion
veil was held by a satin cloche.
She carried a Confirmation Bible
centered by two white orchids and
.-howered with stephanotis.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Ber-
nard Rosenblum, sister-in-law of.
bride, attired in an ice blue
ballerina-length lace gown. Miss
Judith Senoff, sister of the groom,
and Miss Anita Gurkey were
bridesmaids. Both carried colonial
bouquets of sweetheart roses and
baby breath and pink shower. Miss
Senoff wore a white ballerina-
length gown with a pink and lilac
appliqucd floral pattern. A baby
blue net ballerina gown was chosen
by Miss Gurkey.
Junior bridesmaid was Miss Ros-
alie Rosenblum, sister of the bride,
attired in a pink ballerina gown of
nylon net over taffeta. She car-
ried a colonial bouquet of white
roses and pale blue shower. Mr.
Samuel Banks, uncle of the groom
from Chicago, acted as best man.
Miss Meyrle Iris was soloist dur-
'^ki
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Mrs. (MfM Steefl
Arclni.m
Mrs. Will Sukenik
Install Mrs. Levin
NCJVV President
At Noon Today
The Miami Division of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
a ill hold an installation luncheon
today, 12:30 p.m., at the Biscayne
Terrace Hotel.
Mrs. Nathaniel Levin will be in-
stalled as president. Others are
Ihe Mesdames Leo Ackerman, vice
president in charge of service; Her-
bert Scher, vice president in charge
of education; Leon Kaplan, admin-
istration vice president; Peritz
Scheinberg, recording secretary;
Morris Blau, corresponding secre-
tary; Ben Singer, treasurer; and
Harold Zeaman, financial secre-
tary.
National Board members are
Mrs. Stanley Myers and Mrs. Monte
Selig, who is also installing officer.
Rabbi Joseph Narot will be the
guest speaker.
Mrs. Newton Lev.nson is in
charge of arrangements, with Mrs.
Sylvia Chertkoff acting as program
chairman. Mrs. Julian Weinkle is
in charge of decorations, and res-
ervations are being handled by
Mrs. Jasper Cromer.
Guest Cantor At Beth El
Congregation Beth El will have
as its guest Cantor for the Shav-
uoth services May 20th and 21st
Cantor Simcha Dainow who has
served for a number of years in
Congregation Ohel Jacob, Phila-
delphia, and for the past five years
in Shaare Zion Synagogue, Sioux
City, Iowa.
Miss Katz Chooses Strapless Gown
For Wedding To William Katzker
On May 3rd at the Lincoln Man-
or. Marion Leah Katz. daughter of
Mrs. Esther Katz. of 3770 SW 1st
Street. Miami, and the late Irving
B. Katz. became the bride of Sgt.
William Katzker. son of Mr. and
Mrs. David Katzker, Ellenville,
New York.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiated.
Jerome Katz. brother of the bride,
acted as best man. Mrs. M. Gross
was matron of honor. Irwin Lloyd
Gross was page boy. with Barbara
Gross acting as flower girl.
Mrs. Louis Gordon, paternal
grandmother of the bride, flew in
for the wedding. Mrs. Yetta Wei-
shaus, maternal grandmother of
the bride, also attended.
The bride selected a strapless
ballerina-length gown of imported
chantilly lace and skirt of nylon
tulle, with lace tunic forming a V
on the skirt. Her fingertip illusion
veil was attached to a crown of
seed pearls and tulle. She carried
orchids on a Bible.
The bride was graduated from
Miami Senior High School. The
groom spent 13 months in Korea
and is now stationed at Opa Locka
Marine Base. The couple will tour
Florida on their honeymoon and
will make their residence in Mi-
ami.
School in Chicago and
ing the ceremony, with Mrs. Jer-' j*ossevelt College there.
ome Schwarzman accompanying on! n tne United States Mu
the piano. stationed at Opa Lock*.
A reception followed the cere- Followin a hone>
mony at the home of the bride's I Miami Boacn ,he ""I*
parents. Out-of-town guests includ- side at 219 SW 10th StreH
ed the groom's maternal grandpar-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wacky of
Chicago.
Newlywed Mrs. Senoff is a native
Miaraian and graduated from Mi-
ami High School, where she was
a member of Phi Sigma Tau Soror-
ity and the Glee Club. The groom
graduated from Von Stuben High
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Mrs. Schreidell Heads
Beth David PTA
Mrs. Bernard Shreidell has been
unanimously elected president of
the Beth David Synagogue PTA.
Other officers unanimously elect-
ed are the Mesdames George Horn,
vice president; Robert Nedbor, re-
cording secretary; Irving Bakst,
corresponding secretary; and Irvin
Sirkin, treasurer.
The group will hold its final
meeting of the season on May 21st,
8:30 p.m., at Howard Johnson's on
Biscayne Boulevard and 11th
Street.
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Miami Beach Chapter, B'nai
B'rith Women, will install its new-
ly elected officers at the Empress
Hotel on Tuesday, May 19th, 12
noon. Installing officer will be
Mrs. Ida Optner, vice president of
District No. 5. National Hillel
Commissioner Harold Turk will be
guest speaker.
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at 12:15 p.m., a special assembly
will be held by pupils of the He-
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dramatic musical presentation Bi-
kurim Today, written by Mrs. Josh-
ua Z. Stadlan, instructor at the
Academy, and will be under the
direction of Miss Edna Sachs, dra-
matics instructor.
The playlet, will be in form of
narration, song and dance. Israeli
dances will also be presented. Rab-
bi Alexander S. Gross, principal
will address the students on the
significance of the festival.
Pupils participating in the pro-
gram will be Sheldon Ciment, San-
dy Reinhard. Rita Belle Katz Peter
Klein, Dorothy Naness, Warren
Teitelman, Alan Alper, Raphael
Skop, Stuart and Stanley Kimmel,
James Dublin, Adina Stadlan.
Jay Makovsky. Jack Shapiro, Ira
Imberman. Helen Herz. Valerie
Mamches, Melvin Ciment, Herman
Shapiro, Phyllis Katz, Nathaniel
Zemel, Charles Jemel.
Joel Ezon. Hillel Glover, Perry
Ciment, Martin Katz. Carl Sontag
Robert Cropper, Marshall Saper-
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Lester Fensterheim, Sean Kauf-
man, Eileen Nussbaum and Mich
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Ardmore
Mrs. Hal Burnt
5S Hilary Rott
ids Hal Burns
double ring ceremony at her
on Sunday afternoon, May
IMiss Hilary Rott, daughter of
knd Mrs. David Rott, 532 Al-
koad and formerly of Detroit,
Be the bride of Hal Burns, son
and Mrs. Charles Burnsten,
napolis, Indiana. Rabbi Irv-
chrman officiated.
bride wore a white organdy
englh gown styled with an
Didercd bodice and full fan
fed skirt. Her off-face organdy
bidered hat was trimmed with
velvet ribbon and nose veil.
tarried a bouquet of white or-
I and shasta daisies. The bride
a strand of cultured pearls,
from her aunt, Mrs. A. G.
bthal. of Detroit, Michigan.
Harold W. Frohman, of
nbus. Indiana, matron of hon-
Dil sister of the bridegroom,
a Greige gown and carried
orchids and shasta daisies.
ott was gowned in Camellia
satin, while Mrs. Burnsten
| h l.iui111.140 pink chiffon.
bride was graduated from
chool, attended Fairfax Hall,
sboro, Virginia, and the
rsity of Miami.
and Mrs. Harry Lewis, ma-
grandparents of the bride,
in from Detroit, Michigan.
[A. G. RosenthaL, of Detroit,
the bride, also flew in for
nedding.
Mark, of Miami Beach, acted
kst man. Mr. Burns attended
University of Indiana and is in
utruction business here.
'ouple flew to Puerto Rico
ii' Virgin Islands for their
jynio.m. Upon their return,
1 will make their home at 809
foan Way, Miami Beach.
Pesacov, Brieger
Rites Announced
The former Mildred Pesacov,
1S37 SW 15th Street, daughter of
the late Mr. and Mrs. Max Pesa-
cov, of Newport, Rhode Island, and
Ralph Brieger were married on
Sunday afternoon, May 3rd, at the
Delano Hotel.
The bride wore a cocktail gown
of white lace over pale blue and
carried and heirloom Bible with or-
chids. Miss Rose Pesacov, th3
bride's sister, as maid of honor,
wore a silk organza gown of cham-
pagne hue with blue accessories.
Oscar Pesacov, the bride's broth-
er, gave her away. Her sister-in-
law, Mrs. Oscar Pesacov, acted as
matron of honor. Mr. George Pesa-
cov was best man.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brieger left
on an extended motor trip to New
York, Providence and Newport,
Rhode Island. They will make
their home in Miami.
While in New York, the bride's
cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kauf-
man, of Forest Hills, Long Island,
will entertain the bride and groom
at a dinner, dance reception at
their home.
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Mrs. Henry Kramari
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Wed; Honeymoon
In New England
In a double ring ceremony at
the Masonic Hall on May 2nd,
Sondra Hornstein, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. William Hornstein, 1118
SW 13th Court, became the bride
of Henry Kramarz, son -of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Kramarz, 2347 SW 16th
Court.
Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated,
assisted by Cantor Maurice Mam-
ches. Milton Boxer was best man.
David Teitel and Berni Schles-
singer acted as ushers. Maid of
honor was Ileane Hornstein, sister
of the bride. Bridesmaids included
Carol Kahn and Carol Frucht.
The bride selected a gown made
with a lace bodice and nylon tulle
skirt forming into a cathedral
train. She carried two orchids on
a Bible. Her shoulder-length illu-
sion veil was attached to a crown
of orange blossoms.
Newlywed Mrs. Kramarz was
graduated from Miami Senior High
School and attended the University
of Miami. The couple left by car
and will tour New England for
their honeymoon. They will make
their home at 111 SW 30th Avenue,
Miami.
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The Young Adult Group of the
Coral Gables Jewish Center will
present its Bowery Night on Satur-
day evening, 9 p.m., at 320 Paler-
mo Avenue.
Speaking .
Edwin Zalis, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joel C. Zalis, of 1668 SW 14th
Terrace, Miami, is a new pledge
of Phi Eta Sigma, freshman schol-
astic honorary at the University of
Miami in Coral Gables. Zalis was
graduated from the Talmudical
Academy in June, 1952. He is a
chemistry major.
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Mr. and Mrs. Morris J. Altschul,
winter residents at 4180 Chase Av-
enue, left Tuesday to move to their
summer home in Far Rockaway,
New York. Mr. Altschul is a direc-
tor of Beth Tfilah Congregation on
Miami Beach, as well as of the Jew-
ish Center of the Hebrew Institute
in Long Island.
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Mr. and Mrs. Michael Toth, of
1025 Meridian Avenue, announce
the birth of their son, David
Wayne, at St. Francis Hospital on
May 9th. David Joins his 13-month-
old sister, Cheryl. Grandparents
are Mrs. Mary Toth, of New York
City, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levy,
Miami Beach.
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A Mother's Day Bruneh was held
at the Monte Carlo Hotel on Sun-
day for mothers of members of Mi-
ami Beach Chapter of Junior Ha-
dassah. They were presented with
certificates for trees planted in Is-
rael.
Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, president
of the Greater Miami Chapter of
Hadassah and vice president of the
Florida Region, and Mrs. Moses
Mescheloff, who presented a can-
dlelight invocation, were guest
speakers. Mrs. Gerald Soltz, reg-
ional president of Junior Hadas-
sah, was among other officials
present.
Also honored at the affair were
Elaine Schwart, president; Harriet
Lipshitz, vice president; Lona
Brandeis, treasurer; Eleanor Shore,
publicity chairman; Riva Shopero,
membership chairman.
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Council For Judaism
flits Zionist Activity
Continued from Paa A
other group than Jews?" be
asked.
Mr. Levison warned against
what he called the frustrating of
the development of the "inevitable |
tide of national consciousness" of j
the Middle East. He also asserted;
that he knew of no responsible au-:
thority anywhere, certainly not in,
the United States Government,
that advocates solving the problem
of the Middle East "by doing away
with Israel."
Helps Anti-Semite*
Meanwhile, Rabbi Irving Miller,
president of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, scored the Amer-
ican Council for Judaism for alleg-
edly raising'the charge of "dual
allegiance" against American Jews
who are active in Zionist work.
Jewish community leaders in San
Francisco. Dr. Miller said further
that since efforts to strengthen cul-
tural ties between Israel and Amer-
ican Jewswhich have been pressed
by the Zionistsare supported by
a majority of American Jewry-, the .
Council for Judaism "has im-,
pugned the loyalty and patriotism '
of this country's Jewish citizens.
The Council members* obession
with hyphenated loyalties, growing
OOt of their own private fears and j
insecurities, has thus been most
helpful to the anti-Semites but cer-'
tainly not to the American Jewish
community."
Declaring that the Council's
membership is a "small group of j
embittered men"' who are 'uncon-.
cerned with realities." Rabbi Mil-
ler charged that they persist in
fighting the Jewish State, seem-
ingly unaware of the fact that they i
are no longer fighting an idea, but
a democratic state, which enjoy*
most friendly relations and is en-
gaged in close cooperation with
our own country. Moreover."
Mutual Security Aid Bill Calls For
Collected Defense In Near East
A Miami member of the first all Womb's Delegation to inspect
Israels industry on behalf of Stale Of Israel Bonds was the
quest this week of Israels former First Lady. Mrs. Vera We*,
mann. at the Presidential Mansion near Rehovot Here the
wife of the late President Chaim Weixmann (right) is shown
discussing Israels development with Mrs. Louis Glasser, ot
3168 Prairie Avenue. Miami Beach. Mrs. Glasser has since
returned here. .
Rabbi Gross On Forum
Rabbi Alexander Gross, princi-
pal of the Hebrew Academy, will
be guest speaker on Simon Seid-
en's Jewish Forum of the Air over
station WMIE, Sunday, May 17th,
at 10:30 a.m. Subject of his talk
is: The Sword Or The Book
Which?
Pioneer Women
oU**t $400
Some $400 was collected for the
Jewish National Fund at a Moth-
er's Dav Party Sunday in the home
of Mrs Pauline Cosow, 7222 Trou-
ville Esplanade.
The party was sponsored by the
Pioneer Women's Organization.
Club No. 2. Over 100 persons at-
tended, according to Mrs. Esther
ShRtbb* David Shapiro, spiritual j Drive For Funds
leader of the Hollywood Jewish
Community Center, and Mrs. Man-
ya Sbubov. addressed the gather-
ing. Mrs. J. Powell was heard in
a reading, and Mrs. Nathan Book-
- span made the JNF appeal.
Shaare Zedek Opens
ZOA president insisted, "they give
aid and comfort to avowed enemies
of Israel who are intent upon de-. Meyer On Committee
st roving this single bastion of
democratic strength in the Middle NEW YORK Baron de Hirsch
Ka.-t." I Meyer, of Miami Beach, attorney
------------------------------"-------------- and business and philanthropic
leader, has been named to the Ex-
ecutive Committee of the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee, according
to an announcement here made by
Jacob Blaustem. AJC president,
and Irving M. Engel, executive
chairman.
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A hospital combining the most
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; heartfelt "human" consideration
' and feeling is indeed unique. Yet
I that is the combination which ac-
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I Zedek Hospital in Jerusalem, ac-
| cording to current reports from
i Israel.
Founded more than half a cent-
ury agothe first modern hospital
in the Holy Land outside the walls
of the Old City of Jerusalem
Shaare Zedek has maintained its
standards of medical and surgical
competence. Its medical, surgical,
internal, gynecological, ear, nose
and throat, orthopaedic, x-ray and
isolation departments are among
. the world's finest. Its maternity di-
vision established an enviable rec-
ord in 1961. There were 1,708
[ birthand not one deatha record
' unique anywhere, and particularly
: amazing in the Middle East.
But the facilities of Shaare Ze-
dek have not been able to keep
> pace with Israel's growing popula-
Ition and needs. Plans for modern-
ization and expansion have been
| drawn and approved by the Israeli
Government. They call for exten-
sions to the hospital, increase of
facilities of the hospital and its
I laboratories, extension of its isola-
1 tion department and a new Nurses'
. Home and Maternity Wing.
Further particulars are available
! from the American Committee for
'Shaare Zedek Hospital in Jerusa
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Broadway, New York 7, New York.
Continued from Pegs 1 A
mit it to participate in the defense
of the area or in the United Na-
tions collective security arrange-
! rnents and measures and that it
would not undertake any act of
aggression against any other na-
tion and have complied with the
conditions set forth in the Mutual
Security Act and Mutual Defense
l Assistance Act as the President
'shall find to be essential."
The amount of economic aid ask-
ed $194,000,000 compered
with the sum of $196,000,000 for
!the same area requested last year
! by the Truman Administration, i
1 Last year the sum was reduced by
I Congress to $181,000,000 in an
I across-the-board slash. A total of
$499,000,000 in military assistance
for the Near Eastern area, includ-
ing Greece, Turkey and Iran, was
voted last year, but Israel has not
ibenefitted from this as yet, be-
cause it has not been declared eli-
I gible for non-reimbursible arms
aid.
It is specified in the bill that
Near Eastern economic funds will
include monies for "the relief and
rehabilitation of refugees and oth-
er types of economic assistance to
aid in maintaining economic and
political stability in the area. There
have been off-the-record assuranc-
es, meanwhile, that Administration
leaders will provide Israel with its
fair share.
In testimony before a joint meet-
ing of the Senate and House Oom-
mittess on Armed Services and
Foreign Affairs, which received
the Administration's $5,800,000,000
MSA bill, Mr. Dulles said the Gov-
ernment sought to "undertake lim-
ited military aid programs to the
countries of the Near East which
contribute to their internal secur-
ity and assist in programs which
will bring about peace between Is-
rael and the Arab nations and in
establishing a regional defense or-
ganization."
Mr. Dulles pointed out that "this
{area is subject to Soviet pressures
attempting to take advantage of
political unrest and wotk^J
tresses. Western and even k2 1
can prestige," he said, hJ7
deteriorating steadily W(ltt|21
ation requires urgent and
remedial measures."
Defense Secretary chJ
Wilson testified that his dii
with NATO
commanders
ing the Near East convinced]
"there is real need for
the situation." Therefore, Nrj
son said, substantial funds wJl
quested "to create strength ,
weakness may not be a temp
for further aggression."
In subsequent testimony .
the House Foreign Affairs Co
tee, Mr. Dulles emphasized hfcj
lief that the Near East caa
be treated as a whole. He^
ed it would not be realistic (__,
to build a defense against posm
Soviet aggression as long.(
area is weakened internally -
technical state oi war betwaaj
Arab states and Israel. By tbei
legislation, Mr. Dulles said, bet
ed to initiate a program i
woold include prospects for ^
Israel peace and which wouW|
vide a foundation for a mutual 1
fense structure
The Secretary of State
these points in reply to a qn
by Representative Jacob K_ ^
who wanted to know if them
not a new concept contained at
bill which treats the Near Eat]
a single area, including
aid, and institutes pn
against such arms being used i
(gressively.
Mutual Security Aid
I Harold Stassen told toe F
I Relations Committee that he i
I leaving with Mr Dulles for1
i Near East and Mould, amoigi
things, look into the Arab i
problem and "other uMi
problems'' in the Arab-Ismli
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Officers of the Bureau of Jewish Education installed durina the
annual dinner held at the Empress Hotel last Thursday are
heft to right, seated) Benjamin Meyers, honorary president-
Mrs. Charles A. Ratner, vice president; Max Meisel, president'
-nding) Israel Shapoff, vice president; Harry Simonhoff'
fc-ice president; Ben Zion Ginsburg, secretary; Joseph Duntov'
Ireasurer; and Louis Schwartzman, executive director.
ipaet Calls For
lature Council
jiiami Beach City Council can-
date Harold B. Spaet yesterday
mounced a five-point platform
signed, he said, to reflect the
bturity of Miami Beach to its
lizens and to the nation.
ISpact, a former associate munici-
Murt judge, called for har-
bnious and calm deliberations at
uncil meetings and a return to
jsic precepts of the city charter
i the top plank of his platform.
His program, he said, also in-
lides removal of the Police De-
Irtment from politics so that it
py function efficiently without
jtside interference, a fair and
luitable civil service plan for all
iy employees, reduction of taxes
pough elimination of waste and
plication of municipal spending
d long-range planning for ag-
fessive municipal promotion and
Iblicity to attract increasing
nbers of tourists and new resi-
sts.
Bpaet, who has lived in Miami
|ach for nearly 20 years, is a
exalted ruler of the local
ks Lodge. He was a vice presi-
pt of the Florida Elks Associa-
and currently is a director
ie Southeastern Florida Child-
b's Home Society.
Current president of the Miami
ach Bar Association, he is a
kmber of Knights of Pythias, Odd
plows. B'nai B'rith and Miami
ach Civic League. He served for
! years as president of the Jew-
i Home for the Aged.
Gables B'nai B'rith
Women Installation
The B'nai B'rith Women of Cor-
al Gables will install their new of-
ficers at a luncheon on Tuesday
May 19th, in the Colony Restaur-
ant.
Mrs. Herman Brenner will be in-
stalled as president by Mrs. Jack
Wein, of the North Shore Chapter.
Other new officers for the year
are the Mesdames Al Lozoff, Sel-
mar Lazar and Sol Bodial, vice
presidents; Jack Toback, treasur-
er; Sol Rappaport, financial secre-
tary; Ralph Cohn, recording secre-
tary; H. Green, corresponding sec-
retary; Joseph Rogers, historian;
Sidney Pozen, monitress; and Mrs.
Sidney Suss, parliamentarian.
Installation chairmen are the
Mesdames Leo Past and Herman
Taylor. A musical skit will also
be presented by members of the
North Shore Chapter of B'nai
B'rith.
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Holiday Deadline
Office* and plant of Tht Jew-
ish Floridian will remain closed
on Wodnatday and Thursday,
May 20th and 21t, do. to the
Shavoorh holiday. Copy and
Photographs for publication murt
be on our desks by Monday at 12
noon.
Morris Named
Guard Captain
Marjory Klee Will Head Beth Sholom
Sisterhood; Replaces Mrs. Farr
Hy M. Morris has been elected
captain of the Honor Guard of the
Norman Bruce Brown Post, No
174, Jewish War Veterans of the
United States. .
Other officers elected were Sid-
ney Horn, lieutenant; Kenneth C.
Braidman, drillmaster; Obbie Ros-
enthal, assistant drillmaster; Julius
Deutsch, adjutant; Larry White,
supply officer; and Frank Kline!
finance officer.
This is the first Honor Guard
founded in the State of Florida
among the Jewish War Veterans
posts, and during the past six
years it has provided military serv-
ices and rites at the graveside of
144 deceased and repatriated vet-
erans, Morris said. In addition, it
has held annual memorial services
and posted colors at various civic
and veterans functions.
The Honor Guard is now at full
strength, according to Morris, hav-
ing recently recruited and uniform-
ed several new members.
fomen Voters To Hear
Council Candidates
he League of Women Voters of
ni Beach will hold a candi-
s' meeting today, 2 p.m., in
Miami Beach Realty Board
ditorium, 1065 Dade Boulevard.
p. Robert L. Jackson, local
'eminent chairman, said that the
fegram will include the 16 candi-
es^ currently running for Miami
City Council.
Flagler Women To Hear
Talk On Posture
The Women's Group of Flagler
Granada Jewish Community Cen-
ter, will hold its monthly meeting
on Thursday, May 21st, 8:30 p.m.
Mrs. Sylvia Freed, program
chairman, will introduce Dr. Ger-
trude Mooney who will speak on
the advantages of correct posture
in walking and sitting. Dr. Mooney
is Professor of Health and Physical
Education at the University of Mi-
ami.
Bialik Branch Party
Bialik Branch No. 290 will hold
a Shavuoth evening on Thursday,
May 21st, 9 p.m., at the Sorrento
Hotel. Honorary chairman is Jac-
ob Fishman.
Pallas Athena Moves
Harry N. Zapantes, who has op-
erated the Pallas Athena Restaur-
ant on Flagler Street since 1943,
is now at 637 Flagler Street. Za-
pantes serves the finest in Grecian
style foods prepared in an exotic
and tempting manner.
on June 2
you've a date
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B'nai B'rith Has
Member Drive
All the affiliated lodges of B'nai
B'rith in the State of Florida have
commenced their annual May drive
for new members.
The campaign is now being con-
ducted in this area under the di-
rection of George Talianoff, of Mi-
ami Beach Lodge, who is a state
regional vice president. All of the
lodges have combined their efforts
to enroll at least 500 new mem-
bers for this May Drive.
Miami lodges will hold a com-
bined membership breakfast on
Sunday, May 17th, at 10 a.m., in
the outdoor patio of the Garden
Restaurant.
Hialeah Center Will
Hold Fifth Annual
Installation Affair
The fifth annual installation din-
ner of the Hialeah-Miami Springs
Jewish Community Center will be
held in the private dining room of
the Sorrento Hotel on May 17th, at
7 p.m.
Guest speaker and master of
ceremonies will be Circuit Court
Judge Grady Crawford. Reverend
Leo Heim, spiritual leader of the
Center, will tender the blessing.
In charge of reservations is Irving
Zitter, chairman.
Officers to be installed are pres-
ident, Harold Kravitz; 1st vice
president, Raymond Lord; 2nd vice
president, Sarah Askowitz; treasur-
er, Irving Zitter; financial secre-
tary, Ida Cortez; correspond secre-
tary, Ida Lubow; and recording sec-
retary, Frances Patronage.
Officers elected by the Ladies
Auxiliary are: president, Evelyn
Silverman; 1st vice president, Lee
Begun; 2nd vice president, Ida Lu-
bow; treasurer, Miriam Strunin;
recording secretary, Billie Krupp;
and corresponding secretary, Dor-
othy Gordon.
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"We Hw* Oast"
Marjory Hill Klee, of 3325 Alton
Road, will be installed as presi-
dent of the Temple Beth Sholom
Sisterhood on Friday, May 22nd,
at a luncheon in the Saxony Hotel.
Mrs. Klee replaces Mrs. Aaron
Farr.
Mrs. Klee is a native of Chicago.
She graduated from New Trier
High School in Winnetka, Illinois,
and attended Northwestern Uni-
versity. She served with the Chi-
cago Board of Education until her
marriage in 1935, to the late Bert
S. Klee. In Chicago she was presi-
dent of the PTA and PTA Council
chairman. She was an officer of
the United Order of True Sisters
and was secretary of the Woman's
Board of Mount Sinai Hospital
there.
Mrs. Klee was also president of
the Woman's Auxiliary of the Child
Guidance Clinics and vice presi-
dent of the Child Guidance Centers
of Chicago. During the war, she
served in the Canteen Division of
the American Red Cross and in the
Veterans hospitals with the AWVS.
In Miami Beach, Mrs. Klee has
served a.s a Pink Lady in Mount
Sinai Hospital and the Ground Ob- j
server Corps of Civilian Defense.
Mrs. Marjory Met
South Atlantic Slates
Double Performance
South Atlantic, a full-length mu-
sical comedy with orchestral ac-
companiment, is now in produc-
tion at the Flagler-Granada Jew-
ish Community Center.
Mrs. Robert Tauber, chairman,
announced this week that two per-,
formances will be given on Satur-|
day and Sunday, May 16th and.
17th, at 8:40 p.m.
Directed by Edward Moore, the
original script and lyrics are by
the Mesdames Philip Schiff and
George Gittleson.
Leading characters are portray-
ed by Frances Immerman, Sylvia
Kirschner, Jack Shaw, Jerry Gil- j
bert, Roz Berrin, Al Ziegler and
Leo Rothstein.
Choreographers are Dorothy
Dorothy Newman, Mildred Draizer
and Wynn Lapin. Mildred Draizer
is director of the chorus. Scenery
and theatrical property managers
are Buddy Logue and Philip Schiff.
Beth El Academy;
Marks First Year
On Sunday, May 17th, at 6 p.m.,
the victory dinner celebrating the
completion of the first year of the
Beth El Hebrew Academy will be
held in the Dora August Memorial
Hall at 500 SW 17th Avenue. The
Academy opened last September.
Dr. Shmaryahu T. Swirsky, Beth
El spiritual leader, will deliver an
address entitled: When Flowers
Blossom From The Walls. Cantor
Maurice Mamches, of Beth David
Congregation, will present a mu-
sical program.
In charge of the affair are the
Mesdames k Vishkoff, chairman,
M. Parness, co-chairman, A. Chiel,
L. Fine, D. Handshu, M. Kurtz, M.
Rappaport and J. Rosenberg.
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Participating in a dramatic skit which they presented at the
Hadassah Medical Organization Luncheon of the Florida Reg-
ional Convention at the Empress Hotel were members of the
Henrietta Szold Group of Hadassah. The Mesdames Milton
W. Smith. Werner Kahn and Bamett Beckerman were the
actresses. Mrs. Moses Mescheloff directed the one-act playlet
Hillel Council Installs
Aronovitz As President
Map Plans For
A>ir ffifftW House
Some 150 Bnai Brith men and
women met last week with Sydney
, Aronovitz. president of the Hillel
1 AdviM.ry Council, to complete
plans for construct ins a new Hillel
House on the campus of the Uni-
versity of Miami.
According to Aronovitz, a four-
pomt program was set up and com-
mittees appointed in an effort to
collect pledges made during a drive
jfor funds made earlier this year.
Plans call for groundbreaking
on August 1st The new Hillel
House will provide facilities for
some 2.300 Jewish students at the
University of Miami.
Sliolrni Lodge
ill Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith. heard
summaries by the four finalists in
the lodge-sponsored high school
debating contest on Tuesday at
Bath David Synagogue.
Finalists included Robert Gra-
man. David Willing. Harold Eisner
and Marshall Shapo, all of Miami
Senior High School, who presented
their views on the McCarran Immi-
gration Act.
Guests included Mrs. Margaret
Cann and W. Keith Phillips, win-
ners of the Sholem Lodge 1952 Out-
standing Citizens Award. Edward
S. Roth, president, chaired the
meeting.
Publishers Pick
Officers; Shochet
Is Vice President
WASHLNGTON (WNS) With
the re-election of Philip Slomovitz.
editor and publisher of the Detroit
Jewish News, as president for his
10th term and with the adoption of
a number of resolutions, the Amer-
ican Association of English-Jewish
newspapers closed its 10th annual
convention which was held here
over the week-end.
Elected vice president of the as-
sociation was Fred K. Shochet. pub-
lisher of The Jewish Floridian
Others named vice presidents were
Jack I. Fishbein. of the Chicago
Sentinel, and Leo Frisch. of the
Minneapolis A m e r ican Jewish j
World.
Other officers named were Bert ,
Kline, of the Baltimore Jewish
Times, recording secretary': Mrs. M
Milton Singer, of the Atlantic City
Jewish Record, corresponding sec-
retary; and Albert W. Golomb. of'
the Pittsburgh American Jewish
Outlook, treasurer
Among the resolutions adopted \
by the convention M one warn-;
ing of the dangers to the freedom
of the press arising from the as- j
saults of anti-Communist extrem-
ist < who violate the Bill of Rights.
Warning of "elements that oppose
tyranny by emulating it." the Jew-
ish publishers declared that they '
will "hold inviolate the right of i
editorial expression without fear of I
harassment." Enemies of civil lib-'
erties. the resolution stated, are no
less dangerous than the Commu-
nists.
The Bnai Brith Hillel Advisory'
Council will hold its annual instal-
, lation on Saturday evening. May
23rd. 6:30 p.m.. at the Empress
Hotel Sydney Aronovitz will be in-
stalled as president.
Dr Jay F. W Pearson, president
of the University of Miami, and
Dr Homer P. Marsh, dean of the
University of Miami Medical
School, will be guest speakers.
George Talianoff will be master
of ceremonies, with Harold Turk,
national Hillel commissioner, in-
stalling officer.
Turk Reception
Opens Offices
The campaign organization for
i Councilman Harold Turk in behalf
! of his election has been completed,
according to an announcement this
week by Campaign Chairman Hen-
1 ry Cove.
On Wednesday, a reception and
. housewarming opened the Turk
campaign office at 1600 Washing-
ton Avenue. Turk told supporters
who gathered there that the re-
nown of Miami Beach among mu-
nicipalities for good business ad-
ministration has continued during
I the five years he has been in the
City Hall, both as mayor and as
councilman.
1 Stag. Drag Dane*
A stag and drag dance will be
' held on Saturday evening, May
16th. by the Hebrew School of Za-
mora Jewish Center under the aus-
pices of the PTA. A committee,
headed by Joseph A. Ostrie, is in
charge of arrangements.
Golden Age Amateuri
The first annual amateur rt
the Golden Age FrWndSJ fc
the Greater Miami Jewish rJ
munity Center will be held J3
day. May 17th, 2:30 p.m N
Among those participate
Mrs. Golcie Rosenberg Mr hm
Garrison. Sol Usky,Rudo!hg
es, Louis weintraub ana Mrs
Feldman. Prizes will be aw;
the winners.
Journal Dinner-Dance
The North Shore Jewish 1'mJ
will hold its first annual j^3
Dinner-Dance on Sunday, May
at the.Sorrento Hotel. Ezra
gold is chairman The Wo
Committee includes Morris
Jack Klinger, Seymor
Clifford S. Perlman and
Rosenblum.
GMJCC Patio Dance
A patio dance will be held
the Greater Miami Jewish L
munity Center's Town Brawi|
Sunday evening. May nth, a!
Sharet Chapter Swim-Dane*
Bnai Brith Young Women of
Share! Chapter will sponsor a
Swim-Dance on Sunday. 8:30 p.m..
at the Albion Hotel In charge of
arrangements are Arline Imber and
SjIIv Grossman.
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Inn For Opening
Sid and Blanche Lewis. 2180 Bay
Drive. Normandy Isle. Miami
Beach, are now in Hendersonville,
North Carolina, where they are
getting their Duncraggan Inn ready
for the Carolina summer season's
opening on June 1st.
This will be the 10th year for
the Lewises at Duncraggan. Accord-
ing to the owner-operators. "Well
over 50 per cent of our clientele
are from Miami and Miami Beach."
Available for golfers is the Hen-
dersonville Country Club, a cham-
pionship course. There is also
horseback riding, fishing and hik-
ing.
Duncraggan is a few minutes
drive from such scenic spots as
Jump-Off Mountain. Stoney Moun-
tain. Chimney Rock. Lake Lure.
Kanuga Lake. Pisgah National For
est. the Great Smokey Mountains
National Park and many others,
according to the Lewises.
Mrs. Lewis is a past president of
the National Council of Jewish
Women. Her family were owners
of the Riti Hotel on Flagler Street
Mr. Lewis' family has been in the
hotel business for several genera-
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5AY, MAY 15. 1953
*Je*i$HTcridi&n
iperstein Is Named
fmber Chairman
North Shore Area
Judge Albert H. Saperstein, Mu-
Ipul Judge of Miami Beach, Has
In appointed chairman of the
nber&hip Campaign for the
ih Shore Jewish Center, ac-
ting to Sol Cohen, president,
he Judge announced a goal of
j new members to be enrolled
ling the next two weeks. To
In this goal, an intensive mem
Chip drive will be carried on
;hi' North Shore area, Surfside
| Bay Harbor Islands, he said.
I increased membership will be
Immodated in tha new syna-
be which will seat 1,100 people
j which will be ready for the
icoming High Holidays.
tesident Eisenhower recently
jred that to be a good Aroeri-
|one must belong to the sptr-
I center of his denomination.
Us spirit of good Americanism,
to our unaffiliated residents in
community to respond to our
Vign," Judge Saperstein said
fccepting the chairmanship.
] trustee of the North Shore
Jsh Center, Judge Saperstein
[been actively associated with
Center, serving as the first
dent of its Men's Club.
Sbhi Mayer Abramowitz, a
hate of the Jewish Theolog-
| Seminary of America and a
her Chaplain in the United
fs Army, is the spiritual lead-
I the North Shore Jewish Cen-
P AGE 11 A
Judge Albert H Saperstein. chairman of the Membership
Campaign of the North Shore Jewish Center, outlines the
current drive to Ben Star, membership chairman; Rabbi Mayer
Abramownz. spiritual leader; and Mrs. Jack Klinger. Sister-
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Welch Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Ltw
Welch, formerly of 2436 Flamingo
Drive, will take place Sunday, May
17th, 2 p.m., at Mt Nebo Cemetery,
with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiat-
ing. Mr. Welch is survived by his
wife, Elsie, two brothers and two
sisters. He was a trustee of the
Miami Beach Elks Lodge, a Mason
and Shriner. Arrangements are in
charge of Thurmond Monument
Company. Friends and relatives
are asked to attend.
Joseph Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Edgar
E. Joseph, formerly of 1279 Mar-
seilles Drive, Normandy Isle, will
take place Sunday, May 17th, 2:30
p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating.
Mr. Joseph is survived-by his wife,
Selma, one daughter, Mrs. Julian
Abcrman, and one son, David, of
Miami Beach. Arrangements are
in charge of Thurmond Monument
Company. Friends and relatives
are asked to attend.
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Hurwitz Earns
Daetor?8 Degree
The Hebrew Teachers' Associa-
tion of Greater Miami this week
announced that Joseph J. Hurwitz,
2nd vice president, has been
awarded the degree of Doctor of
Philosophy.
Dr. Hurwitz's field of specializa-
tion includes Hebrew, Aramaic,
Biblical criticism and exegesis, ar-
chaeology and comparative relig-
ion. He earned the degree with
distinction.
His research was under Professor
Elmer A. Leslie, of the Boston Uni-
versity Graduate School, and Pro-
fessor Robert H. Pfeiffer, of Bos-
ton University and the Department
i of Semitic Languages at Harvard.
Dr. Hurwitz's dissertation is en-
titled: The Jewish Influences On
The Narratives Of The Koran.
Formerly an assistant at the
graduate School of Boston Univer-
sity, Dr. Hurwitz is now teaching
Hebrew at the University of Mi-
ami. He is also instructor of He-
brew at the Flagler-Granada Jew-
ish Center.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRBBV GIVEN that
the undi isIgned. desiring to enga;.- In
business under the NrtltlouB name of
AUTHORIZED sewing CENTER, at
1212 S.W. 8th Street. Miami. Florida,
intend to register said name with the
Cterft of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, F16rlda.
MELVIN ROSENBERG
RALPH HARNESS
KASS & FULLER
Attorney! for Melvln Rosenberg
and Ralph Parness
5/15-22-29 6/5
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 15*430
MW.PAH VIOLA JOHNSTON JACK,
Plaintiff.
ROBERT M. JACK, Defendant.
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
TO: ROBERT M. JACK
In rare of H. E. Jack
181 Vi King Street W.
Dundas, Ontario, Canada
rOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
nan been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
answer or pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint on plaintiff's attorney, DAVID
A. FRANK. 401 Olytnpia Building,
Miami, Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the.Clerk of tha Circuit Court on or
before the 1..tli day of June, 1953. If
you fail to do so, Judgment by default
will be taken against you.
DATED at Miami. Florida, May
13th, 1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
By V. B. MAC LAREN
Deputy Clerk
5/15-22-29 6/
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha'
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
DAKJAN OF MIAMI, at 279 1 SW 32nd
Court. Miami, Florida, intends to reg-
ister aald name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
MURIEL TEXBER
SUE MILLER
HITNER AND HUTNER
Attorneys for Dai-Jan of Miami
5M olympla Building. Miami 32, Fla.
5/15-22-2* 6/5
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30122-A
In Re: ESTATE OF
SAUL -MINSKOFF, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREATORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of SAUL MINSKOFF. deceased
late of Miami Beach. Dade County,
Florida, to the Honorable County
Judges of Dade County, and file the
safae in their office 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
ami tn lie sworn to and presented as
aforesaid, or same win be barred. Bee
Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act.
Date May 12. A.D. 1953.
KMANCEL E. MINSKOFF,
As Administrator of the
Estate of
SAC I, MINSKOFF. Deceased.
MYERS, 1IE1MAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administrator
.-. I5-J2-29 -7 6/5 -,;
---------.----------------------1-----.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
RICKY TIES OK MIAMI, at 35 N.E.
2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
SIDNEY MEDNICK, Sole Owner
MARX M. FABEIt
Attorney for Applicant
412 Congress Bldg., Miami, Florida
5/15-22-29 6/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CAUSEWAY ELECTRICAL SUPPLY,
at 741 5th Street, Miami Beach, In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
I 5/15-32-H 6/5
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR OAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. AT
LAW. No. 2KU-A
COOLTRONIC CORPORATION
OF AMERICA.
a Florida corporation. Plaintiff
vs.
UNITED STATES AIR
CONDITIONING CORPORATION,
a corporation, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: UNITED STATES AIR
CONDITIONING CORPORATION
Como Avenue 8.E. at 3Srd
Minneapolis 14. Minnesota.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a complaint for damages has been
filed against you by COOLTRONIC
CORPORATION OF AMERICA, a
Florida corporation, and yt>u are re-
quired to serve a copy of your answer
or other responsive pleadings thereto
on plaintiff's attorneys. ROTH AND
FABER, 412" Congress Building. Mi-
ami. Florida, and file the original In
Ik- office of the Clerk of the above
Court on or before the 15th day of
June. I95S; otherwise a default will
be entered against you.
Dated this 13th day of May. 1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: V. H. MAC LAREN
5/15-22-X9 6/5 _______
---------------
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BURNETT DRUG STORE, at 8701
Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida,
intends to register said name with (he
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MRU ANNETTE KENDALL
KATZOFF'
ANNA BRENNER MEYERS
Attorney for Mrs. Annette Kendall
Katsoff
5/15-22-29 6/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TROPiCAL PHOTO SERVICE, at 716
5th Street,. Miami Beach, Intend to
register -said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
F'lorida.
SAMUEL L. LEINER
GERTRUDE LEINER
MONROE S. GUGOENHIIIM
HELEN R. GUGGENHEIM
EWF3N C. FOSTER
ELINOR FOSTER
HAROLD TANNEN
Attorney for Applicants
1009 Security Bldg., Miami
5/15-22-29 6/3
ZSBs*^
r%i3UST BROS RV/
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATS
OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THES*E PRES-
ENTS SHALL COMEGREETING:
This Is to certify that, whereas
Alvln Caasel, Miami Beach. Fla.
Lewis Horwlts, Miami Beach. Fla.
Gladys Gutfreund, Miami Beach. Fla.
did on the 10th day of November,
A.D., 1650, cause to be Incorporated
under the IrovlBlons of Chanter 10096,
Iawa of Florida, Acts of 192ST RICKY
TIFIS OF MIAMI, INC.. a corporation,
with Its principal place of business at
Miami. Dade County, In the State of
Florida, and whereas the proper offi-
cers of such corporation did on the
5th day of January, A.D., 1951. cause
to be filed In this office Certificate of
Amendment Changing Its Corporate
Name to
TIES A BOWS, INC.
and, whereas the stockholders of such
corporation did on the 7th day of
May, Al. 1963, cause to be filed In
the office of the Secretary of State
of the State of Florida, a Consent of
all the stockholders under the pro-
visions of said Chapter 10096, I.aws of
F'lorida. Acts of 1925, showing the
dissolution of such corporation, and
the Secretary of State Is satisfied that
the requirements of I complied with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, 1
have hereunto set my hand
and have affixed the Ghstat
Seal of the State of Florida.
at Tallahassee, the Capital,
this the seventh day of May,
A. D. 195J.
R. A. GRAY.
(SEAL)
SECRETARY OF STATE
5/15/53 .
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVFTN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
LINCOLN BAR AND GRILL, at 3307
Douglas Rd., Miami, Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
WILLIAM Q. BENJAMIN
STEPHEN F. KESSLER
Attorney for Applicant
I S.W. L'-Inil Ave.
5/15-22-29 6/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
A. M. TEXACO SERVICE, at 7501)
N.W. 27th Avenue. Miami, Dade
County, F'lorida, Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
A. M. RICHEY, JR.
DORIS P. RICILEY
RICHARD KRIEGER FINK
Attorney for A. M. Texaco Service
412 Congress Building. Miami. F'lorida
5/15-22-2!) 6/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CARLS F'OOD CENTER, at 1148 S.W.
27th Ave., Miami, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
ROMAN PRESTUBA
STEPHEN F. KESSLER
Attorney for Applicant
4 S.W. 22nd Ave.
5/15-22-29 6/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HFIREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
McAllister gift cf:nter, at
McAllister Hotel. Miami, Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
F'lorida.
JOHN and CONNIE CLIFFORD
STEPHEN F". KESSLER
Attorney for Applicants
4 S.W. 22nd Ave.
5/15-22-29 6/5
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 30215-A
In Re: ESTATE oF'
SADIE FRIEDMAN, Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
Claims anil ileinainls which you, cr
either of you, may have against the
estate of SADIE FRIEDMAN, deces
eii i.,te of Dade County, Plorlda, i
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 mouths from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Date May 7th. A.D. 1953.
8. if. MAiHI'EI.
As Administrator of the
Batata of
SADIE F'RIEDMAN. Deceased
ROSENHOUSE & ROSENHOUSE
Attorneys for Administrator of the
FJstate of Sadie Friedman, Deceased
913-16 Olympla lluildlng, Miami, Fla.
5/15-22-29 6/5
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENT8 SHALL COME. GREETINGS:
This is to certify that, whereas,
Herbert N. Schwarz. Miami, **ra,
Bart Sag.r, Miami. Fla.
Ruth S. Wolfe. Miami, Fla.
did on the 18th day of August. A.D.
tfSl eause to be Incorporated under
the provisions of Chapter 10096, l-iu -
of Florida, Acts of ISM, 1MB COLLINS
AVE, INC., a corporation, with
Its principal place of business at Mi-
ami, Dade County, In the State of
Florida, and whereas the stockholders
of such corporation did on the 6th
day of May. A.D. 1953. Cause to be
filed In the office of the Secretary
of State of th state of Florida, a
Consent of all the stockholders under
the provisions of said Chapter 10096.
Laws of Florida. Acts of 1925, Showing
the dissolution of such corporation,
and the Secretary of State is satisfied
that the requirements of law have
been compiled with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
have hereunto set my hand
and have affixed the Great
Seal of the State of Florida, at
Tallahassee, the Capital, this
the sixth day of May, A.D.
1953.
(SEAL)
R. A. GRAY,
Secretary of State.
5/15/5J
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
FIMPIRE AUTO SALES, at 1260 N.W.
36th Street, In the City of Miami, Dade
County, Florida, Intends to register
the said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
ABRAHAM DAVI8 *
4/24 5/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
F'DA 1 II.M DISTltlltUTING AGENCY
at 228 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami, in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida. ___
SAMUEL VOGELBAUM
5/1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERF:BY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
NEW PRODUCT ENTERPRISES, at
213 N.E. 2nd Ave., intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
SOLOMON BALSAM
B/,V5r22-29 6/5
I


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MIAMI, FLORIDA
FRIDAY. MAY 15. 1953
SEC. B
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**0**
Miriam Sirkin, chairman of the Federation 15th annual
(seated center) meets with committee chairmen to
jl plans for the event at the Empress Hotel on Sunda/
>-17th, 6:30 p.m. Shown studying the program arc (seated)
Sylvia Chertkof, Mrs. Sirkin and Mrs. Louis Makovsky,
tding (left to right) are Mrs. Fannie Selig, Mrs. Anna Seltz-
s. Oscar Zelteer and Mrs. William Copland.
Klass To Be Bid Farewell At
Federation Meeting On Sunday
Fifteen years of life-saving service to Israel and Greater Miami will be celebrated at the annual
meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation on Sunday. 6:30 p.m.. at the Empress Hotel. According
to Mrs. Milton Sirkin, chairman, seven past presidents of Federation, the community planning agency
which conducts the Combined Jewish Appeal, will Iraoe-the growth and development of the Jewish com-
munity here from 1938 to the present date under Executive Director Morris Klass.
Klass is resigning his post to enter private industry as an associate of the Upton Cooler and Ventilat-
ing Company in Miami. Community leaders who served as presidents
of Federation since its inception will join in the tribute to Klass. They
include Stanley C. Myers, Ben Bronston. Sam Blank, Max Orovitz, Jacob
Sher, William D. Singer and Dan B. Ruskm.
Klass led the Federation fund raising campaigns in this community
totaling more than $12,000,000 since 1938. These drives were conducted
fessor Buber Gets New Degree
YORK Professor Martin
internationally known re-
ts philosopher, was awarded
horary doctorate on May 6th,
(e Hebrew University of Jeru-
froni whose faculty he re-
in 1951, after many years'
. as Professor of Social Phil-
r, it was announced by Dr.
> S Wise, president of the
Mean Friends of the Hebrew
ersit>.
ceremony, which marked
juor Buber's 75th birthday,
IheUt in Jerusalem. Professor
Einstein, the late Dr. Chaim
nann and the first Chancellor
University, the late Dr. Ju-
. Magnes, are the recipients
only other honorary-degrees
ed by the University during
|-year history.
in behalf of the Combined Jewish
Appeal which supports relief pro-
grams in Israel and maintains
more than 45 national and local
welfare institutions. A reputed all-
time record was established by the
Combined Jewish Appeal under his
direction in 1948, when the com-
munity raised $1,500,000 for nu-
kle will submit an analysis of the
allocations sought by more than
45 separate institutions and agen-
cies in the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal, placing special emphasis on
Dr. Buber, who is noted for his I merous humanitarian programs.
writings in the field of Hassidism
and other aspects of Judaism, is a
member of the University's Board
of Governors.
Musicale, Skit At Mollie
Kahaner Auxiliary Meet
Featured at the Wednesday
meeting of the Mollie Kahaner
Ladies' Auxiliary of Congregation
Monticello Park was a special pro-
gram by a corps of Intermediate
Girl Scouts of Troop 420.
Along with the presentation of
Coming to Miami in 1941 from
Washington, D.C., where he head-
ed the Jewish Social Service agen-
cies, Klass was appointed president
of the Florida State Conference of
Social Welfare and served as a
member of former Governor Mil-
lard CaldweU's Conference on De-
linquency.
Participating in the tribute to
Klass will be Rabbi Joseph Narot,
of Temple Israel, Miami, former
chairman of the United Jewish Ap-
peal in Atlantic City, and Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz, of North Shore
Jewish Center. Others in the fields
a short skit in which Rose Marie
Pelligrini and Myrna Genshaft j of government, community welfare,
were featured players, Gail Tint' social work and philanthropy will
and Julie Schneeberger appeared | be on hand to greet the outgoing
in musical selections on the viola director.
and flute. Federation President Carl Wein-
wiovi l*tf
FRANKFURTERS CORNED BEEF
SALAMI BOLOGNA PASTRAKI
You just havent tastad a really good
frankfurter until- you taite thae. Choice
Western corn-fed beef, aubtly seasoned te
tantalizing goodness.
And the Salami is truly truly won-
derful. Nothing matches the exquisite,
exalted bouquet and flavor of salami that carries the proud Israel
Kosher trade markl
LOOK FOR
THIS SIGN
l>< nturul
ISRAEL KOSHER...
Get What You Demand!
*
Israel National Kosher Sausage Co.. Inc
230 N.W. Sth STREET MIAMI "" *" ""
Mtrris Klass
the marked expansion of local
agencies which serve the Greater
Miami community and are special
beneficiaries of the annual cam-
paign. These include Mount Sinai
Hospital. Jewish Home for the Ag-
ed, Bureau of Jewish Education,
Jewish Social Service Bureau,
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center and the National Council
of Jewish Women.
A report on the success of the
current fund drive will be given
by Howard Kane, campaign chair-
man, who early this week announc-
ed that more than $1,177,000 had
been raised exceeding last year's
pledge collections.
Officers of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and members of
the Board of Governors and Trus-
tees will be elected at the annual
meeting. Weinkle will preside at
the presentation of awards to the
campaign unit chairmen and an-
nounce the selection of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal's Worker Of
The Year.
More than 500 persons are ex-
pected to attend the 15th annual
meeting. Assisting Mrs. Sirkin
with arrangements for the tradi-
tional affair will be the Mesdamesy
Sylvia Chertkof, Aaron Farr, Louis
Makovsky and Mr. Charles R. Jac-
obson.
Dulles Chooses Route
With Eye On Politics
By ARTHUR LEWIS
(Copyright, IMS, Jewish Telegrafiiiir Agency, Inc.)
UNITED NATIONSThe itinerary which Secretary of State John
John Dulles has chosen for his visit to the Middle East would seem
to be a normal one. but it has assumed significance owing to the fact
that he has rejected the political divisions which chop up the region
and is following what is the natural geographical route.
Instead of visiting the Arab States first and then going to Israel,
a course which might have flattered trie susceptibilities of some of
the politicians in the area, Mr. Dulles has decided to go to Egypt first,
then to Israel and after that to Jordan. Syria and the other Arab
States. Since time immemorial. Israel has served as a bridge between
Egypt and the other states in the Middle East.
What has almost boon forgotten in all the tumult and the shout-
ing over the Palestine dispute is that the engineers and the practi-
cal men of science made Israel such a connecting link, that a railway
runs from Cairo through Tel Aviv and Beirut to Ankara and Istanbul,
where it hooks up with the vast railway network of Europe. At pres-
ent, "the railway is cut on the borders of Israel, but through no fault
of the Israelis, and the traHic no longer moves in the way it was
meant to go.
At the United Nations, Mr Dulles' itinerary is regarded as a dem-
onstration that Israel is the bridge and that it should serve as such a
bridge and that the. connection must be restored if there is to be peace
and security in the region. His trip is considered to be of the utmost
importance, if only because it is the first time that a Secretary of State
has visited the Middle East.
There is no doubt in anyone's minds here that Mr. Dulles' main
purpose is to effect a peace settlement; it is remembered that he told
a press conference at UN headquarters that there could be no Middle
East Defense Command, no regional defense organizations whatsoever,
without there being a peace settlement. In other words, the Secretary
of State was saying that a peace settlement was the pre-condition for
any other pacts or business that might be done while he was in the
Arab States. .... u.
Not only is Mr. Dulles' itinerary the natural way of visiting the
Middle East, but it is the best route politically, for Egypt is by far
the most important of the Arab States, and what Egypt does, the
others will do. As observers here have said before now, there is no
competition for first place in the Arab world. Egypt has that, but
there is keen competition for second place. In the same way, there
will be competition among these countries to be second in signing a
peace settlement.
As far as can be learned here, there are no outstanding issues
between the Egyptians and the Israelis; the Israelis have denied mak-
ing any conditions for peace talks and say that they are ready to enter
into negotiations immediately and that their stand is flexible and not
fixed Of course, a withdrawal of troops from the Gaza area where
Egypt has half its army and the end of the illegal blockade of Israeli-
bound shipping in the Suez Canal would improve the atmosphere for
the peace conference.


PAGE 2 B
+Je*lstncrkitor
Mc Car ran Act Doesn't Meet
American Needs, Corsi Says
Jewish F lor id i an New* Feature
The McCarran-Walter Immigration Law "does not meet America's
needs at home and impairs our position as a leader among free nations |
abroad.* Edward Corsi. former OS Immigration Commissioner at Ellis
Island, declares in a Freedom Pamphlet published by the Anti-Defa-
mation League of B'nai Brith.
Corsi further asserts in the new pamphlet called. Paths To The
New World American Immigra-j-------------------------------------------"~
tion Yesterday. Today And To- composed entirely of immigrants:
morrow, that the -national origins" or the descendants >f immigrants
quota svstem included in the cur- .
. _, .. ... an|l owe* much of its enterprise
rent law violates the fundamental
belief of our democratic society and strength to its foreign-born
The Medina Law "in general i> citizens However. US attitude to-
not in keeping with our traditions wards other nations as officially
of fair play, decency and equal jus
tice for all." Corsi asserts, and it-
revision "should be the concern
of al! thinking American-
In a section dealing with the
-; el point out that in addition to
perpetuating racial discrimination,
it contains many provisions which,11* current 'emigration statute
leprtve citizens and aliens alike which he feels "are necessary' to
of their just rights bring the laws into harmony with
Corsi traces the history of t'S our be>t interests.' and. point by
immigration and naturalization point, shows how such a revised!"
laws and shows how the fundamen policy, while grounded in humani-' portation should be definitely stat-
tally undemocratic "national ori tarian principles, can be adequate I ed. No person* admitted for per-
expressed through its immigration
policies have given little indication
that Americans understand or even
appreciate this heritage.
In his closing chapter. Corsi pre-
sents suggestions for changes in
ation At
yearti
Come-and-get-it-time at the Be'er Ora camp in Israel brings to
the camp's mess-hall hungry, hard-working immigrant min-
ers. Here, Ronni. a young newcomer from Vienna who works
in the kitchen, clears the dishes for a new setting.
principle was first introduc- for US needs and security
ed shortly after World War I as
a result of a wave of "anti-alien
feeling" This "thread of intoler-
ance." says Corsi, "is once again
led in our present immigra-
tion legislation It reflect the un-
-iCial prejudice- of prior
- in our history "
The a.-.-umption of superior and
:pon w hich the na-
Following are the changes Corsi
suggest -
The number of immigrants: The
number should be limited by a
definite annual quota, its size to
be determined by the needs of the
nation's economy and foreign pol-
icy. Quotas should be made with-
out regard to national origin, race,
creed or color but on the ba-i- of
quota system was the categories recommended by the
een repudi President'g Commission on Immi-
ated by all those who haw scientif-
icalh examined the question. -
the author Moreover, he report-.
"recent studies indicate that for-
D-born American-. regard!*.....f
the country of their origin, h..\<
a record equal to native born with
' to the major attribute of
citizen.-hip obedience to iaw. oc-
cupational adjustment, education-
level health, family life and
citizenship "
The effects on America of the
ebb and flow of the various waves
of immigration are examuied by
gration and Naturalization, namely:
a. The right of asylum.
b. Reunion of families.
c Needs of the United States.
d Special needs of the free
world
General immigration.
Administration: Should be re-
turned to the Department of Labor
because immigration is fundamen-
tally a manpower and social ques-
tion.
Judicial processes: Judicial func-
tion- -uch as appeals, hearings
and review proceedings should be
the author who pays tribute to the )tanv divorced from enforcement
contributions immigrants have activities
made to our country's economic
intellectual and spiritual life.
The United States. Corsi empha-
sizes, is one of the few countries
SUNRtfr-ARK
HEALTH RESORT
HOTEL- SAXiTARIUM
roe t> n coMV*ixscrjta
ueaeoiKuui
m~ cover
-MIAMI- rLOBlOA
Security: United States security
should be protected by barring
spies, saboteurs and subversives,
but account should be taken of
eases of involuntary membership
in totalitarian parties and those
who have repudiated Communi-rr.
and Fa.scism.
Civil rights: Citizen- and aliens
alike should be protected from un-
r.a.-onable searches and seizures.
Deportations: Grounds for de-
manent residence should be de-
ported unless his entry' was based
on fraud, and some reasonable
time limit should be provided after
which deportation proceedings are
barred
Citizenship: Naturalized citizens
should have the same status, duties
and responsibilities as native-born
citizens and should suffer the same
penalties for misconduct.
Denaturalization end expatria-
tion: No person should be depriv-
ed of citizenship without judicial mittee.
process, and no person should be ] _
compelled to become a "stateless
person" by legislative action.
Contract labor: Should be pro-
hibited on the principle that entry
into thi- country' should not be con-
ditioned on the performance of la-
bor for anyone or in any place
Once apprised of the facts. Cori
believes, increasing number.- of US
citizens will insist that "Congress
substantial!., amend its present un-
democratic immigration law." By
.hi- action, he concludes they will
be "helping to decide what kind
of America their children will in-
herit
Confirm
Beach Cent*
Confirmation exerci^^.
Place ,n the Miami B**
Center on the fjrst ^ '
uoth. Wednesday. May 20th
a-m during the regJiaT'
service. w
Having completed ten
study in the Religious Schoo
confirmands will enterT*'
gogue in a passional leTb, i
BL**t chairW 3
Religious School. Rabbi
Lehrman will charge the
mands with the.r duties, M(f
and certific.,'. will be pri
to them as gift- 0f the Si-
by Mr. Mace> Kronsberg ,
of the Sunday School.
The confirmands are: pu
Angerman. Judity Audrey!
Nancy Lee Deten, Merle
Francinelee Hand. Carolvn
Judith Lorber. Gloria Joy KZ
Babette Margo Morris PhyI&2J
avchick. Celia Postol, Eleanor
Rubin. Helen Shuman. Je.|
Siegel. Nanci Stein. Lindi |
Wachtel and Joanne Adelel
Confirmation preparation '<
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man. Mrs Bertram Thorns
Sisterhood confirmation ek
Chairman of the
Mothers is Mrs
Confm
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Talianoff To Address
Miami Beach Lodge
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PAGE 3 B
h Center Sisterhood To Install
ficers; Mrs. Berman Is President
newly elected officers and
ctors of the Sisterhood of the
>mj Beach Jewish Center will be
ailed on May 18th, noon, at a
Ichron in the Saxony Hotel, ac-
fdmu to Mrs. Bernard' F. Stern,
an of the event.
he program will feature Rabbi
|ing Lehman who will speak on:
Is Your Sisterhood. Also
ledulcd is a fashion show to be
'.. by Lillian Smith. Mrs.-Paul
Diiiberg will be commentator for
fashion* to be shown by Doris
ie models.
jrs. Irving Lehrman, installing
er, will seat Mrs. Joseph A.
hnan in her second term as
Udent of the Sisterhood. Also
fbe installed at the luncheon are
presidents, Mrs. George Gold-
?g. Mrs. Al Ossip and Mrs. Mil-
Sirkin; recording secretary,
Bernard F. Stern; correspond-
secrctaries, Mrs. Harry Brick
Mrs. Philip Neuwirth- finan-
secretaries, Mrs. Charles Ros-
Ijarten and Mrs. Samuel Wiesen;
Hal secretary, Mrs. Henry Cove;
asurer, Mrs. Samuel Ginsberg;
chaplain, Mrs. Joseph M. Rose.
oard members to be installed
Mesdames Max Bauer, Jos-
Cherner, Leo Chaikin, Jules
banning) Irving Cypen, Jack J.
George Feuer, William I.
Iicr, Irving Firtel, Samuel Fried-
Charles Fruchtman, Joseph
. Harry Gersten, Ben Zion
psburs, Lillian Goodman, Benja-
i Greene, Murray Grossman, Nat
nkoff.
The Mesdames Theodore Han-
|f. Anna Wolfe Hirschman, Har-
Kaplan, Abe Kaufman, Ben-
nin Kline, Harry Koretzky, Jos-
. Lipton, Samuel Lipton, Sam-
Lurie, Herman ^t. Mechlowitz,
tda Newman, Sam Oka, Al Osh-
\ll, Harry G. Rogers, Julius Ros-
itcin. Raymond Rubin, Frieda
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Mrs. Joseph 4. Btrman
Salit, Harry Seligman, Alfred
Stone, Alex Sussman, George J.
Talianoff, Faye Tupler, Henry
Waitzkin, Ira C. Walsey, Carl
Weinkle, Robert Weitz, Leonard
Wolfe and Benjamin B. Wolfe.
Musical selections will be offer-
ed by Miss Susan Talianoff. Mrs.
Samuel Lipton is co-chairman of
the affair. In charge of tickets is
Mrs. Henry Waitzkin.
Mrs. Samuel Lurie, who is de
signing the original table decora-
tions, will be assisted by Mrs. Nat
Hankoff. Mrs. Theodore Hankoff
is in charge of publicity.
ISO Enroll For
G3UCC Camp*
Over 150 boys and girls between
the ages of six and 12 have al-
ready enrolled in the summer day
camp program of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center, it
was announced by Mrs. Jess Freed,
Camp Committee chairman. The
Center operates three day camps
for an eight-week season begin-
ning June 22nd.
The camps utilize the facilities
of the Center's buildings in Miami
and Miami Beach for a program of
athletics, arts and crafts, dramat-
ics, group singing, folk dancing,
story telling and games.
Mrs. Freed also stated that, for
the first time, swimming pool fa-
cilities have been made available j
for each of the camps. Waterfront i
instructors, who meet Red Cross
qualifications, will supervise the
swimming program.
Mrs. George Simon has been ap-
pointed director for the Beach
Branch Day Camp, while Israel Sil-
ver and Harry Shamis will head
the camps conducted at the Town
Branch and Fla'gler-Granada Cen-
ter.
American educator initiates the first course ever offered at the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem in the history of economics
and economic thought. Dr. Edmund Silberner, newly appoint-
ed lecturer in that subject, is a former Assistant Professor of
History at Princeton University. Faculty and student exchang-
es between the University in Jerusalem and educational insti-
tutions in the United States are carried through by the Ameri-
can Friends of the Hebrew University, the Univ^sity's sole
channel of support in this country.
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Confirmation At
Temple Israel
Twenty-two young men and
women will be confirmed on Tues-
day evening, May 19th, when Tem-
ple Israel ushers in Shavuoth. They
will receive certificates and Bibles
from Dr. Joseph Narot, spiritual
leader.
Scheduled to be confirmed are:
Gail, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Leo Ackerman; Neal, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Allen H. Amdur; Susan
Rosemary, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. David Bass; Joan Sheila,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Bierman: Sandra, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel R. Bossak; San-
dra Louise, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ellard G. Conn.
Allen Tonni, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lester Farber; Leo Edward, son of
Mr. Harold S. Golden; Fanchon,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
M. Izan; Kenneth Frederick, son
of Dr. and Mrs. Leo R. Kupper;
Barry David, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Nathaniel M. Levin; Edward Ellis,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Newton S.
Levinson; Ronald, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Irving J. Lovitt; Mona Eta,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. S.
Lovitz.
Joel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
H. Rabin; Martin Leigh, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Alvin M. Sandier; Ina
Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo-
pold L. Schwartz; Paul, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Edward S. Soule; Bar-
bara Gail, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Wasserman; Michael
Charles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ris Weisberg; Gibbs Alan, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Nat L. Williams; and
Marcia Elise, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis E. Wolfson.
Education llureau. Culture Congress
Sponsor Art Exhibit At Sea isle
Robbins; Dance, by Emanuel Ro-
mano; Closing of the Ark, by Ilya
An exhibit of the paintings of
34 Jewish artists is now open at
the Sea Isle Museum of Art. It
will continue for two more weeks.
The paintings include: Interior,
by Benjamin Benno; New York
Street, by Theresa F. Bernstein;
Old Man, by Yuli Blumberg; The
Duke, by Henry Botkin; New York
Landscape, by Joseph Floch; Gold
Coast, by Martin Friedman; Violin-
ist, by Bernard Gussow; Woman
With Still Life, by Louis Harris;
Horse Fair, by Harry Herring; Men
With Masks, by Hilda Katz; Rabbi
With Symbols of Patriarchs, by
Raymond A. Katz; Bright Lights,
by Frank Kleinholtz; Still Life, by
Rachel Kohn.
Landscape, by S. Lerner; Medita-
tion, by Isaac Lichtenstein; Land-
scape with Olive Trees, by Sig-
mund Menkes; The Rooster, by Wil-
liam Meyerowitz; Horses, by Leo
Michelson; Celebration, by Roy
Newell; Alley in Acre, Israel, by
Elias Newman; Lilith, by Josef
Presser; By the Sea, by Joseph
Raskin; Wedding Dance, by Saul
Raskin.
Key West Landscape, by Alex
Redn; Mother's Appeal, by Raisa
Schor; Composition, by Anatol
Shulkin; Queens Botanical Garden,
by Maurice Sievan; Job, by Jchuda
Tofel; Profiles No. 2, by Naum
Tschabassov; Music, by Anna Wal-
inska; and Anticoli Corrado, by
Abraham Walkowitz.
The exhibit opened with short
addresses on the artists by Dr.
Clayton Charles, head of the Art
Department of the University of
Miami, and Dr. Alexander Muk-
doni, Jewish writer and critic. The
committee of arrangements consist-
ed of Joseph Duntov, chairman.
Dr. Donald Michelson, Mrs. Reyna
Youngerman, Mrs. Morris A. Skop
and Louis Schwartzman. The ex-
hibit is sponsored by the Bureau
of Jeyish Education of Greater
Miami and the Congress for Jew-
ish Culture.
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Shown above is the second graduating class of the Hebrew
High School, sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education,
for graduates of the Hebrew schools of Greater Miami. Exer-
cises will be held on May 18th. 8 p.m.. at the Miami Women's
Club. Seated .left to right) are Tamra Mamches. Jack Elliot
Katzker and Marsha Lazar. Standing are Jane Neustein. Mr.
Herbert Berger. principal. Mosheh Shapiro, Frances Frome
and Kenneth R. Sher.
Third Hebrew High School Community
Graduation Slated For Monday Evening
The third community graduation
exercises of the Hebrew High
School and the Hebrew elementary
schools of Greater Miami, sponsor-
ed by the Bureau of Jewish Edu
cation, will be held on Monday.
May 18th. 8 p.m.. at the Miami
Women's Club. Graduates of Beth
I Beth El. Miami Beach Jew-
:>h Center. Miami Hebrew School
: the central Hebrew High
I will participate.
The exercises will feature a nar
cantata. Chaim Weizmann.
lent, written (or the occasion
bj Louis Schwarizman. executive
: the Bureau Musk is
r the direction of Mrs Jack
ersUf with staging b> Her
!' rger I ti v tivities
["he cast
:he graduati
Two new >cholarships and prize-
be awarded These are the
and Adele Kaplan scholar-
ships to the two students receiving
the best marks both in the High
School and elementary' schools by
the Rabbinical AssoefsSsM of
Greater Miami, and The Jewish
Flondian prizes, awarded to the
I -: student in each of the partici-
*5W vas? yn rro.
Rabbi Joeeoh E. RackoTsky
MS Michigan Aenu
Miami Beach
Phone J 3595
paling schools, by Fred K Shochet.
publisher of The Jewish Floridian
The diplomas will be awarded
' to each school group by Rabbis
Max Shapiro. Shmaryahu Swiftkjr,
Irving Lehrman and Simon April.
Graduates receiving these di
ploma,- include Albert AbratnowiU.
Eugene Novogrod.-ky, Irwing Sieg-
el and Philip Spiro. of Beth David:
Stephanie Gladstone. Sandra Ham
man. Robert Kunst. Marilyn Del-
son, France- Sternshein and Rober-
ta Rand, of Beth El: David Baker.
Joel Channing. Neil Goldman.
Charles Lynne. Martin Mechlowitz.
I ikus, Sheldon Reinhardt.
ie Rubenstein, Ronald Ruth-
field. Barbara Turoff and Stephen
V/asserman, of Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center; Latrj Coolton, Norman
Duchon. Martha Fi-her, Franklin
Kreutzer and Mark Steinberg, of
; Miami Hebrew School, and Frances
Frome. Jack Elliot Katzler. Mar-
sha Lazar. Tamra Mamches. Ken-
neth R Sher. Mosheh Shapiro and
Jane Neustein. of the Hebrew High
School.
The Hebrew High School gradu-
1 ates will enter the Junior College
| meeting at the Bureau of Jewish
Education building. Max Mei-el.
new ly elected president of the Bur-
eau, will act as master of cere-
monies.
Open House At Hialeah-Miami
Springs Community Center
The Hialeah Miami Springs Jew-
ish Community Center will hold
open house on Saturday. May 23rd.
at 8 p m
Push Fulfillment Of
CJA Quotas Before
15th Annual Meet
With the goal of the 1953 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal definitely in
sight. Campaign Chairman Howard
Kane this week issued a plea to
the Greater Miami Jewish com-
munity for a final effort to achieve
success in the campaign.
Kane said that more than $1,177,-
000 has been raised to date and
'that only S222.000 are needed to
I meet the 1953 goal which serves
45 separate institutions and pro-
, vides funds for a widespread relief
program in Israel and overseas
"It is not too late to make per-
; sonal contribution to this year's
Combined Jewish Appeal." said
Kane 'The efforts of our volun-
teer workers during the past four
months have exceeded our expecta-
tions, and the collections have re-
j suited in a figure which surpasses
i funds raised lasf year by Greater
Miami's Jewish community."
Pointing out that a good portion
of funds raised in the campaign
are allocated to six Greater Miami
institutions. Carl Weinkle. Feder-
ation president, this week urged
the community to come forward
and to make a contribution to dem-
onstrate its appreciation for the
varied services rendered by them.
Quotas Fulfilled
The Metropolitan Division, with
it- hundreds of workers combing
the Dade County area in the final
door-to-door phase of the cam-
paign, has reached over $40,000
t< irarda it- quota of $75,000. A
report meeting of the Miami Beach
Division was held on Wednesday,
with Harold Shapiro. Miami Beach
chairman, presiding. Irvine Saal.
chairman of the Southwest Miami
| area, announced that his unit has
sent out final card assignments to
'workers for coverage before May
17th. date of Federation's 15th an-
nual meeting.
The Women's Division early this
week welcomed the return of Mrs
Louis Glasser. chairman, who has
' been touring Israel for the past
month The division has achieved
over 98 percent of its quota of
S160.000
Sam J Heiman. chairman of the
Trades Division, has announced
that more than 85 percent of his
quota has been attained. suYpass-
ing collctions in 1952. Winter Resi-
I dents Division, headed by Charles
I Fruchtman. has rached 84 percent
of its goal, and the Hotel Division,
with Sam Lachman as chairman,
has now reached 74 percent of its
quota.
Milan ri>N
ALFRED WEINSTOCK
-. .i .:>" svv Siind Street, passed
a Mr] "'th. at his residence
sarMved l>y his wife. Julia. Tour
-r.- Sinif.n. Harris. Joseph and Soln-
hree brothsrs. Adolph, l*tiillp
.in.I Rudolph, and seven g-randiliil.i
r.n Servlres were on May 7th. at
The Miami Riverside", with Inter-
ment OB Mount Minal Cemetery.
dle.l b.r, '?,AD0E PL0TLe
New v. m ,_.
^nioria] r
SARAH RAoCHWERQER
1% of Til SW 7th Street, died on May
-th She I- survived by her husband.
I.oul-. to *on, hamuel and Harry.
v d.tujrhters. Frieda Aehtenbers
and Pauline Solo, one brother, Morris
Herlimc: and one sister. Itlunu.
S hechta r Services were on Sunday
at 'The Miami Riverside", with Inter-
ment "ii Mount Sinai Cemetery.
LOTTIE BROWN
died here Services were In the Miami
Chape! at the Gordon Funeral Borne
nnent on Mount Nebo Ceme-
HVMAN EPSTEIN
died here, arlth service* In the Miami
Chapel .f the Gordon Funeral Home,
and int. rment <'n Mount Sinai Ceme-
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ELMER R. HOLSTEIN
of :'76" SW .1th Court, died In a local
Lai A resident here for the past
even yeAra, he Is survived by his
wife. Lillian; a son. Joel; a daughter,
-loan I*ce. one brolner. Sain, four
M Annie Lloyd. Jlrs. Mi!
Wtnatoa, Mrs. Morris Kchenet and
Miss Delia Hotetatn: and nephew.
K.irl Ho&etelB. Serx :es were on Sun-
day in the Miami Chaps* of the Gor-
don Funeral Home, with Interment
on Mount Nebo Cemeterv
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malt a.
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MORRIS SCHULTZ
died here Remains were sent to Phil-
adelphia. Pennsylvania, for services
and interment by the Beach Memor-
ial Chapel.
0*4T'4r*&*J5r'&*&%0^
BETTY TURNER
was Interred by Beach Memorial
Alton Road.
REBECCA SIEGEL
74. of 1*11 Pennsylvania Avenue, died
ly in a local hoepir. \
dent here for the past 1 years, she
ad b) a .l.ii*ht-r. Mrs Klsle
i.- MUtOll, ..Til !..rence. and a sister.
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The Male Animal, a comedy by
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opened at the University of Mi-
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The sh w uill run for 10 perform-
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Blood Bank Campaign
Plans are being formulated by
Tropical Lodge. B'nai B'rith. for
an Armed Forces Blood Bank
drive which will take place oa May
26th. 6:15 p m at Mount Sinai Hos-
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president.
Heading the community service
program is Jerry Spoiler He will
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**MinNrM*i*
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\\\ YORK Israel in the next
ys can score a major victory
fight to overcome recurrent
shortages if the United Jew-
Ippeal succeeds in its current
^eek emergency effort to
j S25.0OO.0OO in cash, Dr. Giora
bhthal. treasurer of the Jewish
ley in Jerusalem, told officers
|e I'JA in a strongly worded
(for aid made public this week
Idward M. M. Warburg, gen-
;JA chairman.
kh cash funds out of the UJA's
it special drive, Dr. Joseph-
declared, the Jewish Agency
May and June can establish
Jew agricultural settlements
in a short time can make
Lives felt in the battle
\\ austerity.
Jnsephthal's plea was con-
in a cabled message to Mr.
urn and Joseph Holtzman, of
lit, national cash chairman of
Inited Jewish Appeal. The
[eek emergency cash effort,
bed on May 1st, will termi-
lune 6th and 7th, at a UJA
lal Action Conference in
ngton. D.C.
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will hold a garden and
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12 noon, at the home of Mrs.
[Seltzer. 420 SW 21st Road.
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Greater Miami'*
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY! **
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve-
ning services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday-
morning services are at 9 a.m.,
with Rabbi Isaac Ever officiating
and preaching on the theme: The
Jewish Center. Mincha will be at
6 p.m.. followed by Maariv Sha-
vuoth will be ushered in on Tues-
day evening at 6:45 p.m. Wednes-
day morning services are at 9 a.m..
with Rabbi Ever discussing: The
Testimony Of Our Law Among The
Nations Thursday services are at
9 a.m.. with Yizkor at 10:30 am.
The sermon topic is scheduled as:
YizkorThe Charter For Shavuoth
Holiday.

BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening sen-ices at
sundown Saturday morning sen-
ices are at 830 a.m.. when Dr.
Shmanahu Swirsky will officiate
and discuss the Weekly Portion. A
class in Talmud is scheduled for 5
p.m. Mincha is at 6 p m followed
by Shalos Seudos Junior congre-
gation sen ices at 10 am. in the
Academy Hall Richard, son of Mr
and Mrs H. Diamond. 1520 SW
11th Street, will become Bar Mitz-
\ah during the Saturday morning
senice Wednesday and Thursday
morning Shavuoth senices are
>cheduled for 8:30 a m Cantor Sim
cha Dainow will chant the liturgy
Subject of Rabbi Swirsky's ser-
mons are scheduled as The Nation-
al And The Universal and Bathed
In Memories Yizkor will be dur-
ing the second day of Shavuoth at
10 a.m.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening sen-
ices at 8:30 p m dedicated to the
graduation exercises of the Relig-1
lous School. Rabbi Ining Lehrman
will officiate and discuss: The.
Crown Of Torah Saturday morning
senices are al 9 am. with Rabbi
Lehrman preaching on the Week-
ly Portion. An afternoon Bible
class is scheduled for 4:45 p.m..
followed by Mincha and Shalos
Seudos Cantor David Silverman
will chant the musical portions of
the liturgy, assisted by the Center
Choir under the direction of Jo-
seph Schreibman Shavuoth will be
ushered in on Tuesday evening at
6.45 p.m. Wednesday >enices are
..- 9 a.m. Yizkor ii scheduled for
the second day of Shavuoth at
10:30 a.m. Rabbi Lehrman will offi
ciate on both da>-
Seudos. On the first day of Sha
tHOtB, Rabbi April will discuss:
Suited For Revelation. Yizkor will
be on Thursday at 10:30 a.m.
Beth D.vid lUbbl Max Shapiro.
BT'on.S*v"lv*. MX SW 3rd Ave..
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
evening senices at 6 30 p m. Satur-
day morning senices are at 8:30
a m. with Rabbi Simon April
preaching on the topic Preparing
For A Long Journey A class in
M^hna is scheduled for 5 30 p.m..
followed bv Mincha and Shalos
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Fridav evening senices at 6:30
p m Saturday morning senices are
at 9 am. with-Rabbi Alexander
Gross officiating and delivering
the sermon Mincha will be at 6
pm. followed by Shalos Seudos.
Daily senices are at 7:30 am. and
at 6:45 p.m.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening senices at
8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Leon Kro-
nish officiating J Frederick Mala
koff. incoming president of the
Alumni Association, will speak on
the topic: To Be Or Not To Be A
Jew. Nancy Rothraan. outgoing
president, is scheduled to discuss:
Our Year At College Saturday
morning senices are at 10:45 a.m.
Cantor Samuel Kelemer will ren-
der the musical portion of the
senices Shavuoth will be ushered
in Tuesday evening at 8 p.m.. when
the confirmation of Beth Sholom
Religious School students will take
place Wednesday senices are at
10:45 am with Yizkor scheduled
at that time

ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening senices at 6:30
pm Saturday morning senices are;
at 8.30 am. when Rabbi Morton
Malavsky will officiate and preach
'on the topic: The Fourth Book Of
j Moses. Shavuoth will be ushered
in on Tuesday evening at 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday senices are at 8:30
am Rabbi Malavsky will discuss:
! Significance Of The Feast Of
' Weeks. Evening senices are sched-
uled for 6:45 p.m. Thursday Sha-
vuoth senices begin at 8:30 a.m..
with the sermon: What Can The
Living Do For The Dead. Yiftor
will be at 10 a.m.

KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
senices at 6:15 p.m. Saturday
morning senices are at 8:30 a.m.
Cantor Abraham Seif will officiate
Shavuoth senices are on Wednes-
day and Thursday morning at 8:30
a rii with Yizkor scheduled for the
second day of Shavuoth at 11 a.m.
Rabbi Abraham Cassel will offi-
ciate.

HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
will hold Friday evening senices
at 8 15 pm. with Reverend Leo
Heim officiating and discussing:
The Third Book Of Moses As The
Record Of Our People's History.
Mr and Mrs. William Lubow will
be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat.
Saturday morning senices are at
9am. when the Reverend will dis-
O^'ei-Dr. Shmaryahu fwlrrty. Or-
"SUSCTsuS" Wash. A M.B
Beth Shol.m-Rabbi Leon KronUn.
Sty, Orthodox. 15 Euclid Ace.. Ml-
c'raVaSi^TUbi,! Morris ffcjfc
eral. Talern.o Ave <-< b,'"j
Downtown Synaeoa usOrthodox.
NW Jrd Ave.. Mlml
Fl^SsSsV ITS* n- n.ac.
Hebrew" Academy Rabbi Alex.nder
CruM. Orthodox. SIS 'h .
H.ale.h.m.am. Spring. 7h
I,o Helm. Conservative. Sol E. 4lh
H.My'woJIi*1- Conservative, Z0J0 Pott
..v^gg; iUbb. Ato-ham
Sachs. Conservative. J1S SW Z4in
KnethM|Va"l-Rabbl Abraham Cas-
~l Orthodox. 1415 Euclid Av...
M,.Jn.mB.^hRabbi irv.n, l-rm.n.
April. Orthodox. 1101 SW 12th Ave..
Monticello Park-l4Ui Street and NE
Mth \venue. North Miami Beach.
Nertt Ito4to^Ubbl Harry Ettjmtor.
on-rvatlve. UJ0 W. Dixie Hlb-
wav. North Miami.
North Shore-Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
wltx. Conservative. SZ0 75lh St.
Miami Beach. -------- .
Temple larael-Dr Joseph Narot, Re-
fnTrn. 137 NK Uth St.. Miami.
Tif.roth Israel i00 V Miami Av...
We4.t"Mi.ml_Rabhl Alfred Wnrntn,
Conservative. 5T20 8W 17th St..
Yo^nagml|.ra.l Orthdox, 4001 Chaw
zg^SSZirJIZ Rudolf BrilL Con-
aervatlve, 44 Zamora Ave.. Coral
Gable..
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are at 9 a.m., with the sermon
scheduled as: The Glorious Drama
Of Divine Revelation. Thursday
senices are at 9 a.m.. followed by
Yizkor at 10:30 a.m. Reverend
Heim will speak on the topic:
Beautiful Ideals Of Our Departed
Ones.

TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening senices at
8:15 p.m., with Dr. Joseph Narot
officiating and discussing: Should
Jewish Public Institutions Observe
Strict Religious Dietary Laws. Sha-
vuoth will be ushered in on Tues-
i day evening with an annual con-
firmation senice. Wed nesday
morning Shavuoth senices will be
at 11 a.m.. with Yizkor scheduled
at that time.

YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
will hold Friday evening senices
at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning sen-
ices are at 8:30 am Mincha will be
at 6:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos
Seudos, with Dave Rosner as host.
Shavuoth will be ushered in on
Tuesday evening at 6:30 p.m. Sen-
ices Wednesday and Thursday-
morning are at 8:30 a.m. Yizkor
will be Thursday at 10:30 a.m..
with RaJihi Kolmen Shapiro preach-
ing the sermon.

NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening sen-
ices at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz officiating and preach-
ing on the topic: Youth And Our
Future. The senice will be dedi-
cated to the Center's USY chapter.
Cantor Edward Klein is scheduled
to render the musical portion of
the liturgy.

HOLLYWOOD JEWISH COM-,
MUNITY CENTER will hold Fri-1
day evening senices at 8:30 p.m.. j
with Rabbi David Shapiro officiat-
ing and speaking on the topic: I
Why The Jew Sunived Through I
The Ages. Cantor Joseph W. Malek |
will render the musical portion of j
the liturgy. The Oneg Shabbat will
be sponsored by Dr. and Mrs. Al-1
fred Geronemus. Saturday morning
senices are at 9:30 i.m.. with Rev-
erend Mordechai Haalman assist-
ing Rabbi Shapiro. Daily senices
are at 9 a.m.

WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 6:30 p.m. Late senices are at
8:30 p.m., when Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man will officiate and speak on
the subject: The End Of A Per-
fect Season. Mr. and Mrs. I. Teitler
will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat.
Saturday morning senices are at
9 a.m., with student senices sched-
uled for 11. Rabbi Waxman will
discuss Ethics Of Our Fathers at 6
p.m., with Shalos Seudos following.
Shavuoth will be ushered in on
Tuesday evening at 6:30 p.m. Sen-
ices on Wednesday morning are at
9 a.m.. with Rabbi Waxman preach-
ing on the topic: Revelation. Thurs-
day senices are at 9 a.m., with
Yizkor scheduled for 10 a.m. The
Rabbi's sermon is scheduled as:
Are Our Parents Still With Us.
ma
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening senices at
6:30 p.m. Saturday morning sen-
ices are at 9 a.m. Mincha will be
at 6:15 p.m. Shavuoth will be ush-
ered in on Tuesday evening, with
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor
Maurice Mamches officiating. Sen-
ices Wednesday and Thursday
morning will be at 9 a.m., with
floral offerings by Mrs. Samuel
August. Student Shavuoth senices
will be at 10:30 a.m., conducted by
members of the Beth David USY
under the direction of Jerome B.
Gordon. Yizkor is slated for Thurs-
day, 10 a.m.. with Rabbi Shapiro
discussing: The Beginning Of The
End.
hood. Senice, will ^
Saturday, and will be J/
Kiddush. Sp^ ^
r m *heid **2Ji
day evening, May i9,h
p.m., and will continue jr.*
at 9 a.m., and 6:30 pm^
*y 9 am. Jg Y^
Thursday at 10:30 J. **
Beth ShoiomTo]
Confirm Studei
On Shavuoth
The annual confirmation
of Temple Beth Sholom ,
conducted on Shavuoth T
evening, May 19th. at 8 p
of the Senice will be
Spells Synagogue.
Cantor Samuel Kele
conduct the musical poni-
the senice. and the Sisterhod
Religious School Choirs wiT
ipate. Rabbi Leon Kronish, l
itual leader, will officiate.
The graduates include:
Janet, daughter of Dr.'ail
William Bernstein: Jane
stein, daughter of Mr ait,
David Goldner; Ilene. dauM
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan lj?
Jan, son of Mr. and jfel
Ham Capland; Linda Gail a
ter of Mr and Mrs. Albatj
ling: Ronnie Sue Fenias, j
of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard'
Diane, daughter of Mr aatj
Edward Fox: Roberta, daugl
Mr. and Mrs Julius Friu_
Sheldon, son of Mr. and Mai
ry J. Gerson.
Linda Marie, daughter offcl
Mrs. Samuel Gertner: E Bum
of Mr. and Mrs. Sydney J Q|
berg; Dorlene Verna. daugl
Mr. and Mrs Saul Kaplan.]
Allen, son of Mr. and Mr
Kronowitz; Ellen Joan, i
Mr. and Mrs Maurice Ko.
Shirley Ann, daughter of Xr.j
Mrs. Alfred Mart; Judith, das
[of Mrs. Barbara Mayfair i
daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
I Sayet; Ronnie Beth, dam
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Schwartz; I
Gerson. daughter of Mr all
Philip Uram; and MereSkj
daughter of Mrs. Lenorer
DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening senices at 7
p.m. Saturday morning senices are
at 8:30 a.m.. when Rabbi Arie
Becker will officiate and preach on
the Weekly Portion. At 5:30 p.m..
he will discuss Ethics Of Our Fath-
ers. Mincha is at 6:15 p.m.. fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos under the
sponsorship of Mr. and Mrs. Adolf
Hammer. Shavuoth Maariv senices
will be on Tuesday evening. May
19th. at 7:15 p.m. Wednesday
morning senices are at 8:30 a.m..
with Rabbi Becker preaching the
sermon entitled: The Glorious Dra-
ma Of Divine Revelation. Evening
senices are at 7 p.m. Services for
the second day of Shavuoth are
scheduled for 8:30 a.m.. with the
sermon listed as: The Decalogue
Of The Wilderness. Yizkor will be
at 10:30 a.m.



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[)AY, MAY IS, 1953
LEGAL NOTICE
liOTICE BY PUBLICATION
fHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
VeNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
llDA, IN AND FOR OADE
Sty in chancery. No. 159243
|V HARRISON, I'lalntlff
HARRISON, Defendant
fEAIil. HARRISON, 1779 Kant
'th St., Uroiiklyn, New York
r. required to Ml V6 a copy of
|n*ei i" the Hill of Complaint
korce on the plaintiff's attorney,
fllr the original answer In the
of the Clerk of the Circuit
,,;, in baton the 8th day of
\ I' 1953; otherwise, the Hill
kiplainl for Divorce, heretofore
in, will he taken aH confessed
___lTOALJfOTICE
that
Sftgftfefi^ftE.
B| .Miami. Florida, this the
I May, i:-r.:t.
K H LEATHERMAN,
clerk of the Circuit Court,
I Mil.- County, Florida
c..mi Seal)
By; \V.\I. W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
Xddreaji of
loiicitor:
N A I ItlEDMAN
1.1.1,1 Bids.
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[
t'
riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
I hereby given that
sinned, desiring to engage in
mill.! the fictitious name of
I.I well ROOM, at 2601 N.W.
, Miami, Ha.. Intends to
aid name with the Clerk of
tult Court of Dade County,
.1. M. EDWINS,
Sole Owner
SII.VKIt
1 lor Applicant
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cult ,"our, of .,,,, ^^^'J'-m^^
<;eorge c GEORGE CHERTKOFr'ner"
tS*!?VL ,or,API,'leants
S/s:!5-202ly2?'"a BWK- M,am'. >-
LEGAL NOTICE
N0T'-CE NAME F,CTIT|OUS
Harding Avenue.
name
Court
DAVID we ins
LEONARD GRUNDT
SEYMOUR A1R,^MAXAST1:"
Attorney for Applicants
fICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
[K IS HEREBY GIVEN that
trsigncd, desiring to engage In
under the fictitious name of
ti: Hi- MIAMI, at 2100 N.W.
int. Intend to register said
Fit! the Clerk of the circuit
' I >:i 1 It- County, Florida.
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for Applicants
old Bldg.
NOTICE ..UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
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or TKH.KKTTK "Tlflck'i.'TTi.v
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Miami Beach, Florida. Intends to reg-
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WIESNER OF MIAMI INC
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Attorney for Applicant
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under the fictitious name of
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signed, desiring to engage In
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ITS OF FLORIDA, at 1987
St., intends to register said
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Dade County, Florida.
SKACOABT MEAT AND
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in
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NOTICE. IS HEREBY GIVEN that
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the t lerk of the Circuit Court of Dado
County. Florida.
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ARTHUR D. FRIHHMAN
Attorney for Harry Edelman and
Sarah Edelman
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla
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file the same In their offices In the
County Courthouse in Dade Countv
fr^aheWJ,l:'n V**!} "lendir months
from the date of the first publication
nVain .h8'!* C!a"V r ESS*
hT,? m ,rt KeKal aM^xx o' 'he claim-
ant and to be sworn to and presented
n,, re.*ald,' or "amo will be barred
Date April 21, A.D. 1953.
GENEVA TROTMAN a/k/a
GENEVA KEMP,
As Administratrix Cum
Testamento Annexo
of the Estate of
MARY JANE DAVIS, a/k/a
I. R. MaK UAVIS- Ueceased-
Attorney for Administratrix Cum
Testamento Annexo
4/24 5/1-8-15
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
f il. desiring to engage in ,
Vs?,,''1vi,!vfl,;,J,!OUH "an,e of UAX K- silver
Iim A^J?* ANI) TOBACCO
l'!,v N W. 12th A vein.,.. Ul-
ititenci to register said name
l lerk of the Circuit Court
County. Florida.
1 EJJWARD CANTOR
- Ml. CANTOR
ROSE CANTOR
Partners
I'l-IMW KAPLAN
- ^W.l.iant,
IN THE CIRCUn COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 159105
FLORENCE RUTH HASLEK.
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOHN WILLIAM HASUER. JR.
.____ Defendant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
JOHN WILLIAM IIAS'I.ER,
JR., 0/0 Sweeney, r,27 South
14th Street, Newark, New
Jersey
are hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you ure required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Hill of Complaint on the
plaintiffs attorney, MAX R SILVER,
Ml Seybold Building, Miami, Florida/
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 8th dav
of June, 1953. If you fall to do so,
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded in
the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 1st day of Mav, 1953.
E II. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
By M. C. GREEN,
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
IN
IN
HHIl. I,
CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
B HEREBY-GIVEN that
l. desiring to engage In
I lie fictitious nnme of
..Ax 11 ,)., ,u uu ,.,,,
m.iii" Beach, Florida Intends
I. "'""e wRh the Clerk of
|t Court of Dade County. Fla.
I -IM, 7"?:i' GINSBERG
;' I M.I.WoFF
'< Applicant
922 Seybold Building. Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
5'8-15-22-29
' NANMDEERLAFi5T,T,OU
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
* l,hle9'!"lmf,to ^naBe In
"He fictitious name of
HI Al TY SALON, at 677
1 A enue, Miami Beach,
Ith. "' *r* name with the
ith:.(|i ,.!, Court j Dade
lmi?l-1,T.TI- Sol Owner
f,',r >N,* KAPLAN
-BI#PU"t
NANMD|RLAFW3T,TIOU8
BS^SS -'^geh?n
t J'1, """"' Mla"". 'ntend
r saw name with th.- Clerk
" '""t of Dade County,
CM?I?S J- H1RSCH
HARI.Es ludwig
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 158736
JOHN T. BYRNE. Plaintiff
DORIS BRENN1NG BYRNE.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO; DORIS HRENNING BYRNE
residence unknown.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you In the
above entitled cause and you are here-
by 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
22nd day of May. 1953, otherwise a
Decree Pro Confesso will be entered
against you. ,
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE .1 EWl.SJl FLORIDIAN.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 20th
day of April. 1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
PALLOT, SILVER A- MULLOY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
701 Congress Building, Miami, Florida
4/24 fyl-8-15
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
At!rCOU^JY JUDGES' COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 300B3B
In Re: ESTATE OF
RUPERT ALEXANDER DAVIS
a/k/a RUPERT RAVIS. sometimes
known as WILLIAM DAVIS,
t,. > To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands
Said Esiate:
You, 'and each of you, are
notlried and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
fftte of RUPERT ALEXANDER
DAVIS a/k/a RUPERT DAVIS, and
sometimes known us William dav-
Ih, deceased late of Dade
Florida, to the Honorable
Judges of Dade County, and
same in their offices in the
Courthouse In Dade County,
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. 1953.
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
140", Congress Bldg.
4/24 5/1-8-15
NOTICE TO CREDITorc
TAfEnC0^0TY SCr3GETs?RcouRT
-, n~ FOR DADE COUNTY
rnL<.t?,DEs^r?,^TE- NrwBS
T".\',IN.'; ROCK. Dec-eased
ln m/i ,on\and A" perns Hav-
Eslatl: r L,emaod" Against Said
in,]i'n'.:,,"!,',".each ,of you' are hereby
c '.ins U,i /""'"'red to present any
I her demands which you, or
elthet of you, may have against th,.
estate of IRVING i(oi-u; 2
1-,... ,,, i, .. '"" K- dec-cased
H,.n-L., de. County, Florida, to die
Honorable County Judges of rial.
l" e ivimiv ^""cV henhouse in
1c un,y- Horlcla, within eight
ni''l'";''l,l',"",,'!hH 52S > "ateCf ,h'
urst publication hereof. Said claims
7 di-mancls to contain the K, "".
dress of the claimant and i be sworn
-|ri:!,i.;;^..d as aforesaid, o/S
Date April 2S, A.D. 1953
MORRIS ROCK.
As Administrator of the
m:RNAR;?s^;A'NV;;;EitUweai,ed-
Attorney lor Administrator
70j lonmi, liidg.. Miami, Florida
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ""
NAME LAW
^ HEREBY GIVEN that
NOTICE _
the undersigned, des
v..e u.cuersigneu, desiring to engage in
GIBSON TorvV^ f""t'ous USSt o"
f. i UIIN()E. at 545-547 N E
'na Ave., intends to register gaici
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
STEPHEN WZ&LZi M,'",NK
vssr^g tog1*"
6/8-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
th rl. K,ls "BREBT GIVEN that
the Undershjped, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
1 "VoffvSf1 L*NT,C STATION
-.... .... N ", -"d Avenue, intend to
ihf.'S|^ Hi;id"-'me with the clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade
rlnrnla.
County.
MILTON BERLINER
MAC MERMEN KU8HN,Ba
Attorney for Applicants
I l"l Biscay ne Building
5/8-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
&Sfe99 >'.'."!'\/he fic-tltlous name of
I.KOU.MES MEN'S WEAR, at 4S2
Hsherman Street. Opa Locks, nor-
th ,,!l,'n*1 '," remster said name with
riH I*"-. "' ,hi; ('lr'"lt of Court of
Dade County. Florida.
JOSEPH 8. BROWN
.,.,..., MORTON Holz.MAN
HI TNER & HUTNER
SM oiympla Bldg.. Miami. Fla.
Attorneys for Brownie's Men's Wear
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
_ No. 26066
RE: ESTATE OF
LEON FREED, Deceased
NOT'CEOF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
havT!C,E ls.,h<-reby given that I
fS J\V} o?' 'inal re"ort and I'etltion
for tinal Discharge ,-,s Executrix of
the estate of I.KciN FREED, de.eas-
? Jar's.1 J,."UaA,|,ly. lo the Honorable
YVF.lil.AMoN, County Judge of
Dade County, Florida, for approval of
said final report and for final dls-
LEON FREED, deceased
This 23rd day of April. lr1.
1*1 MAE S. FREED..
Executrix of the Sstate of
,.,.t, t*5PM FREED. Deceased.
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Executrix
5/1-8-15-22
Against
hereby
County,
County
file the
County
Florida.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY c;i\EN that
he unde,-signed, desiring to engage In
business under th.- fictitious name of
ACE sportswear company at
IJB N, E. 3Sth Street. Miami, Dade
< ounty, Florida intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida
.._ LILLIAN STOUT
KURT WEI.I.ISCH
Attorney for Lillian Stout
One Lincoln Road Building
Miami Reach, Florida
5/8-15-22-29
NA^Xl^'T'OU.
*miW& onrn i ih tSSHLy in
BT v i ,,l.,".""u" "ame of
P" ITlv.'V'l,,N(i AVENUE
Hit \[Y G"H JJth BTREET
Kardini M."TKI- l Mth
Avenue. Miami
["itn'tl"',^1" to register
of I,.', 'Aerk of 'he Clr-
t w,.;^n,y' ""rlda.
tlAL^SoJ/*0"*
Applic
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nnme of
PRANCKTTE AITS., at 7327 Harding
Avenue, Miami Beach, Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
ELIZABETH TOTH, Sole Owner
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
650 Seybold Bldg.
4/14 5/1-8-15
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 BUI 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
Decree Pro Confesso will be entered
against you.
This notice sbali be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
Dated: April 17. 1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
BY WM. W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
PALLOT, SILVER & MULLOY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
Suite 701. Congress Bulldliur
Miami, Florida
4/24 5/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
I-.-/ DI ZIT LAUNDERETTE, at 4465
S.W. 8th Street. Miami, Intend to reg-
HjUr said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida
DAVID WEISS
LEONARD GRUNDT
____ IRVING KASTER
SEYMOUR A. GOPMAN
Attorney for Applicants
One Lincoln Road Bldg.
3 s-is-tz-a
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 26863
RE: ESTATE OF
OASICA RARS'ON, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Executor of the
estate of casica barsox, deceased
and that on the 23th dav .if May,
1M, will apply to the- Honorable
I HANK i: I" iWLING, County Judge
of Dade County, Florida, for approval
of said final report and for final dis-
charge as Executor of the estate of
CASICA PARSON, deceased.
This 21st day of April. 1953.
s/ TRIFON BARSO:<
Executor
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Executor
922 Seybold Building. Miami, Florida
4/24 5/1-8-15
'.N_THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
F?rV..?A9E COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 159020
CRINGLE WARD and
CHARITY DARD, his wife, Plaintiffs,
vs.
H. S. GIFFIN and GIFFIN.
his wife, if married, and
FRED W. KING. JR., and_____,
KING, JR., his wife, if married.
Defendants
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IX THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
To. ||. g. GIFFKN, if living, and ........
GIFFIN", his wife, If married and
living: FRED W. KIXG, Jit., and
. KIXG. 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 H. 8.
GIFFIN and FRED W. KINO,
JR.. not known to be dead or
alive; AND ALSO as to each of
the above named defendant indi-
viduals, if they be deceased, then
all unknown heirs, devise, -.
grantees, creditors or other par-
ties claiming by, through, under
or against such defendants;
AXD AI.So all other and un-
known persons having or claiming
to have any right, title or Intel -
st in the property which is die
subjeot matter property lying and being in Dade
County. Florida, and more par-
ticularly described as follows:
Lot 18. in Block 3, of
S'YM.MES SI I A R.MAX TRACT,
according to the Plat thereof,
recorded in Plat Book 9 at
page 170 of the Public Rec-
ords of Dade County. Florida.
YOU AXD EACH OF YOU are here-
by notified that a suit has been filed
In the above named Court, by the
plaintiffs above named, for the pur-
pose of quieting title of the plaintiffs.
In and to the property involved here-
lnabove described.
YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED
AND REQUIRED to file your Appear-
ance in said suit on or before the 2nd
day of June, 1953. and in default of
such Appearance, a Decree Pro Con-
fesso will be entered against you and
each of you.
This Order to be published once a
we.-k for four (4) consecutive weeks
In the Jewish Horidian, a Xewspaper
published In Dade County, Florida.
DONE AXD ORDERED at the
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
this 29 day ..f April. 1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
BEN ESSEN
Attorney for plaintiffs
IH Seybold Bldi Miami, Fla.
:, 1-S-U.-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business 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 8TONE
Sole Owner
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN.
Attorneys for Applicant
650 Seybold Bide.
5/1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under die fictitious nan.....f
MAI.A Van LOUNGE, at 1810 North
Bay Causeway. North Hay Village.
Florida, 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.
607-11 Oiympla Bldg., Miami, Fla.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORDA.
IN CHANCERY NO. 158860
ISABEL MARGOLIES GILL. Plaintiff,
-vs-
SUMNER GILL. Defendant.
TO: SUMNER GIL
160 Warwick Street
Methuen. Massachusetts
YOU ARE HEREBY required to
serve a copy of your Answer to Plain-
tiff's Bill of Complaint for Divorce on
Plaintiff's attorneys. WEINSTEIX.
WEIN8TEIN \\ EINSTEIN. 420 Lin-
coln Road, .Miami Beech, Florida, and
to flic your original Answer in the
office of the clerk of the almve Court
on or before-the 1st day of June. I8U.
Otherwise a Decree Urn Confesso will
be entered against you.
n vi ed al Ml iml, Floi ids, tola M
day of April. I95J.
E B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(Seal)
By If. C GREEN.
Deputy Clerk
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTICE IS HEREBY G1VEX that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name 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 County.
Florida.
DOROTHY JUDITH KANTOR.
Sole owner
HERMAN GRAYSON
Attorneys for Dorothy Judith Kantor
d/b/a Sustee .Spices. Tea 4
Food Products
5/1-8-15-22 ,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
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 County. Florida.
UNITED STATES TITLE
CORPORATION
PALLOT, SILVER & MULLOY
Attorneys for Applicant
Till Congress Bldg.
5'l-8-15-22
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
Th Jowlsh Floridkm so-
Hetti your lgal nottctta.
W 4appr*>dato 7 oar
putionatj* and auarcDB-
to#) 4SCCUTCR8) rrlce) at
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page a J
.fa^flprMtofi
Israel's First Half Decade
Is Record of Achievement
By MILTON BROWN
.^... -h Tr:r.,.MK' At-.,, v. Inr >
The first halWecade of modern The first task was defense
me nrsi na.i aeainst the armed aggression of
l,rae. is an appropriate point or ^ ^ ^ ^
a quick survey Some d* **** ~ intemat,,nal recognition for
M of Israe. and ,t, establish-, ^^^ ^
ment will be to.d. with a. ^ m ^ ^ fc ^
mense overtones of human itfh* hpr ^ ^^ ^ ^
lng and achievement but unit. ncl,hbors_a continuing ,a>k
modem J.^phus b found to tell M- JJ JJJ ^^ ^ --iii
it we can onlv absorb it a chapter ... ...
a, a time Even then evh.lar- peace, her fourth, to establish do-
ating. sometime- incredible, but mestic stability, moulding into one
always eloquent witness to the responsible people men and worn
power of the will to survive en from virtually every country in
Six Herculean tasks faced tiny the world, her fifth, to bring in
I-rael that historic day five years some 700.000 Jewish refugees, the
ago when David Ben-Gurion an- broken and liiapeeaasaed, the per
nounced the establishment of the secuted and forgotten: the sixth.
first Jewish state in 2.000 years and currently the most over
announced it even as Arab shells whelming in the fact of all these
were falling in the suburbs of Tel burdens, to develop her economy
\viv In these five eventful years, soundly and successfully
some of these tasks have been US Contributions
completed Some have yet to be when the full story is told, it
completed, and with the aid of is- will certainly include a major sec-
rael's manv friend* mecm b III tion devoted to the role played by
America and Americans Only the
1______------------------------------------- future can assav what course
Seven Lively Arts
m.
,ay iwi. it has resulted in, of America, which moneys on be- ports cultural a
the sate of roughly $180,000,000 tag used far that onattiMtteo'. atitutioas n IsrMl. ^
numerous health, aaedieal welfare 000.000 frorc Pioneer w*
institutions in Israel; some $20,-
. 000 000 from the National Com-
her ^^^,'0^Jhr0^ov;rjm,ttee for Labor Israel, made up money by B nai B
ican orRanizattons Mam o trade^inion groups; some $5.- uh service order .
****: 55 C Hada<"[\mS <> the American Fund
STornsra^n,stVam^nlfor Ur^^lnsUtutions. which sup-
worth of interest-bearing State of
Israel Bonds in this country.
Other contributions from Ame-
Zionist group ,
S5.000.000 in goods*
money by Bnai P/rith &
uh service order which lL
others, mainUins -
prices in Israel.
various
Friends of the Seven Live!> Arts
will meet on Sunday 8 p.m.. at
\2i 11th Street. Miami Beach
Marvin Steinbock, of the Univer-
sity of Miami, will discuss.: The
nion Of Utility There will
be a reading of a short -
by Chaim Rose.
Hire a
Subseriptinn to
The Jewish
Ptoridian
SEND 52 fffMINDKS OF YOUf.
TMOUCNTfULNfSS
A (Hit that...
ENLARGES one's fund
Jewish aUcrirs.
DEEPENS one's under-
standing of Judaism.
STIMULATES Jewish
solidarity and loyalty.
and
PROVES you care.
Harr> Truman but some one else
been in the White House in the
critical days of the Anglo-Amer-
ican Committee of Inquiry in 1947,
when Foreign Minister Erne-'.
Bevin was venting his prejudice
against the Zionist cause and in
th<- climatic weeks before and
after the UN General Assembly
voted the partition of Palestine in
November 27. 1947 It was Truman
who first recognized Israelin
deed, moving so swiftly that the
I'r.ited States delegation then on
the floor of the IN at Lake Suc-
cess wa- taken by surprisemin-
ute* after her declaration of state-
hood
As a matter of fact, through all
the vagaries of current Zionist
history, from the days of the 1939
White Paper onward through all
th- harply rising and falling for-
tunes of the Zionist cause, the
United States has been a friend
in need at the moment of greatest ,
need And in this, the part played ;
by the American Jewish commu
* nity and Zionist leadership in this
country' is also integral to the story'
which some day will be told.
Israel's problems, particularly
those stemming from her financial
obligations as a result of welcom-
ing to her shores a vast company
of mostly destitute men and worn
en. have been helped in no small
degree by mometary aid from this
puts
MAIL IT TODAY
+Jeist ftcrkliari
| P. 0. Bo 2973
I
1
fttf
fMls*4 pitie Wad for
country A rough estimate .
the figure at more than one bil-
lion dollars since the state was es-
CLIP THE COUPON AND tabiished
Financial Aid
In 1949 and 1950. the Export-
Import Bank loaned Israel S135-
000.000. Since then. Congress has
voted grants-in-aid totalling near
ly $160,000,000 The United Jew-!
ish Appeal is estimated to have
collected in this country' more
than S800.000.000 since it began
in January. 1939. More than $500.-
1000.000 from this gigantic fund
have poured into Israel since the
states establishment to fill vital
gaps and make possible the ab-
sorption into Israel's economy of
the hundreds of thousands of new-
comers.
Tremendous, too. has been the
contribution of the Israel Bond
drive. This huge effort was first
discussed at the National Planning
Conference for Israel and Jewish
Rehabilitation in Washington.
D C. on October. 1950. and attend-
ed by Jewish leaders from all
parts of the United States It has
become a major project within
the American Jewish community,
and since the drive was launched
Iwaice y- HI ""' rM ""'"
H0MM4N far year te:
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