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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
LUME 27Number 21
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MAY 22, 1953
PRICE: TEN CENTS
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Dulles Meets Discord, Moslem
Refusal To Discuss Peace With
Israel; US Zionist Policy Flayed
JERUSALEM (JTA>Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, Mut-
ual Security Administrator Harold Stassen and their aides wound up a
26-hour visit in Israel this week that may prove to have been the most
important phase of their entire Middle East expedition.
Set back on his heels in Cairo by General Mohammed Naguib's
display of intransigeance and refusal to consider any facets of the
world situation except Egypt's dis-
kofessoi Leo Picard, of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
pd Israel's foremost geologist, continues the search for under-
found water to open thousands of acres of desert to cultiva-
on and the settlement of new immigrants. Several months
jgo, a well was sunk near Beersheba at the direction of Pro-
kssor Picard and tapped a hitherto unknown source of under-
jround water which promises to make possible the growth of
ersheba into a metropolis with.a populationp* 100,000.
\ir Winston's Stand
Brings British Cheers
ILONDON (JTA) The British
Ivernment's proclaimed recogni-
}n of its obligations to the State
Israel in connection with the
Iddle East security situation this
pek brought down upon Prime
Inister Sir Winston Churchill vi-
jous attacks from Cairo and plau-
Ks from his Labor opposition in
i House of Commons.
The veteran statesman, opening
significant foreign policy debate
i the House, had declared it Brit-
i's "duty" to see that Israel re-
lived "fair play" In the Middle
pst. He pledged that; "nothing we
hall do in the supplying of air-
pft to this part of the world will
e.allowed to place Israel at an in-
rior disadvantage." He voiced
lopes for an Arab-Israel peace so
hat "the great Zionist conception
if a home for this historic people
(rhere they live on the land of their
ncestors may eventually receive
(ts full fruition."
Britain's consideration of its ob-
ligations to Israel during negotia-
tions with Egypt was further stres-
by Anthony Nutting, Under
Jecretary of State for Foreign Af-
fairs. Winding up the two-day de-
J>ate, Mr. Nutting told Commons
that the Egyptian demand for the
right to veto the use to which
I Britain might put its. installations
lor supplies in the Suez Canal would
I have made it impossible for Britain
|to fulfill its obligations to Israel."
Praise Stand
Approval of sir Winston's stand
Jon Israel was voiced from most
quarters of the House during the
I debate.
Mrs. Jennie Lee, wife of Aneurin
Bevan, leader of the left-wing La-
bor faction, said that many MP's in
the opposition were "delighted" by
the Prime Minister's stand and his
statement that Britain's honor was
>t stake in seeing that "having
achieved their corner of the world,
the Jews shall be helped to enjoy
security and development."
Richard Crossman. Laborite and
authority on the Middle East, told
the House that the only serious ob-
jection to British evacuation of
Egypt in his mind was the ques-
tion of Israel.
"Can we withdraw from the Suez
Continued on Paot 5 A
pute with Britain, the American
diplomat and his party found in
the Jewish State what was pro-
bably the only warm and genuine-
ly friendly reception of their tour.
Some reflection of this was con-
tained in the statement released
to the press here by the American
Embassy in Mr Dulles' behalf. In
it the Secretary of State said:
"It has been a stimulating ex-
perience for Mr. Stassen and me to
visit Israel and to call on the lead-
ers of this dynamic country. Our
two days of talks included interest-
ing conversations with the Presi-
jdent, Premier, Foreign Minister
[and other leaders. Such 'on the
{spot' talks are of great value.
' "We came here primarily to
listen and observe. We did not
bring any ready-made solutions to
the- serious problems of this area,
but we hope that through talks
which began in Cairo and have con-
tinued here and will continue in
other countries we will obtain a
better understanding of these prob-
lems and that we may help in im-
proving the climate for peace and
security in the Middle East.
were informed that Israel would
make a formal request in Wash-
ington soon for a $75,000,000 loan
to fund the major part of short-
term obligations amounting to $11,-
000,000 which mature within a
year.
Israel will seek the loan from
the Export-Import Bank or from
private American banks with such
loans guaranteed by the Mutual
Security Administration. Finance
Minister Levi Eshkol and Minister
of Commerce Peretz Bernstein,
who raised the issue of the loan
with the visiting Americans, ex-
pressed the belief that the funding
of these obligations would save the
Jewish State ten to fifteen million
dollars a year.
Meetings with the leaders of the
Jewish State at which the whole
gamut of Middle East problems was
covered and in which the Israel
viewpoint was presented to the
Americans were packed into a
series of meetings the visitors had
here and.in Tel Aviv. As Moshe
Shareft,-Israel's Foreign Minister,
met with Dulles and Stassen, Hen-
known to have covered most of the
pending Middle East questions.
Mr. Sharett had indicated, in ad-
vance of the American arrival, that
the talks would be a continuation
of conversations he had initiated
with President Eisenhower and
Mr. Dulles in Washington last
month. He said the question of
Arab-Israel relations and of Amer-
ican economic and military aid to
Israel would be raised. Israel, he
added, he would make a number of
suggestions aimed at stabilizing
conditions in the Middle East.
"I congratulate the people of Is-. ry A. Byroade, Assistant Secretary
rael on the progress made in the of State, and DeOgla* MacArthur
first five years of the new state j 2nd, Counsellor of tlte State De-
* I -______ 'I'll..- E*..*h i)ii>nntnl
and I wish them success in meet-
ing the problems lying ahead."
Bid For Loan
The American officials, who re-
ceived an extensive briefing on
Israel economic problems as well
as on all phases of the Middle
East situation as seen from Israel,
partment, Walter Eytan, director
General of the Foreign Ministry,
met with other American officials
to discuss some issues in Detail.
While the formal communiques
did not throw too much light on
the nature of the discussions at
the various meetings, they were
Family of Girl Slain Abroad Gets
No Response From Government
WASHINGTONSoon the news-|
papers will be full of photos ofj
pretty girls in academic caps and
gowns. One such picture has al-|
ready appeared. It is a likeness of
21-year-old Deborah Genauer of
Seattle, Washington, who was
lulled in Israel by Arab infiltra-
tors.
When the newspapers called on
the Genauer family, the most re-
cent picture they could find was
a graduation photo. Senators War-
ren G. Magnuson and Henry M.
Jackson, both of Washington State,
saw the picture and read the news.
Not only was the girl murdered,
but her uncle, also an American
citizen, was shot to death. The two
Senators drafted two letters each.
Thoughtful condolences went to
the family; requests for action
went to the State Department.
Senator Magnuson asked Secre-
tory of State John Foster Dulles to
have strong representations maae
through the United Nations Mixed
Armistice Commission for the Is-
rael-Jordan area "so that a fu.i
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
inquiry might be conducted into
the crime." The Senator asked
Dulles also to urge the Armistice
Commission "to take such action
as may tend to correct the present
chaotic situation which has just
cost the lives of two American
citizens and jeopardizes the safety
of others."
The State Department refused
Senator Magnuson's request in a
statement which found no fault
with the Arabs. Like hundreds of
other victims, the Genauers were
shot by Arab Marauders, whose
numbers include regular members
of the Jordan Army. Heavily
armed, these elements sneak across
the frontier from Jordan at night
to kill Israelis in the unofficial
war which still goes on. Such guer-
rilla tactics, recently intensified,
have long sought to accomplish by
anti-civilian terrorism what open
aggression failed to achieve on the
field of battle.
Not only did the State Depart-
ment refuse to intercede with the
Armistice Commission, but it
sought to dismiss the whole affair
as a casual incident of "robbery."
The Department's letter to Senator
Magnuson. written on behalf of
Dulles by Assistant Secretary of
State Thurston B. Morton, passed
tile buck to the Israel police. It
said: "The responsibility for the
maintenance of law in Jerusalem,
Israel, rests, of course, with the
Israel authorities."
The Israel police had informed
the State Department that the guil-
ty Arab gunmen were found to
have fled back into Jordan after
the shooting. Nevertheless, the
shooting of the Americans was not
considered by the Department to
be a proper matter for the Armis-
tice Commission "since'the provi-
sions do not pertain to the question
of the maintenance of civil law
and order with Israel ."
Jordanian officials refused to ex-
tradite the criminals. Israel re-
quested an emergency meeting of
the Armistice Commission. It was
| not held owing to the reluctance of
Continued on P9 5 A
Warm Welcome
The American party received a
striking welcome here. Original
plans for reception of the party
were thrown somewhat off balance
by a one-hour delay in arrival at
Lydda Airport due to Mr. Dulles's
desire to study the Sue Canal Zone
from the air. Mr. Sharett was
among those at the airport to wel-
Continued on Page 5 A
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Lebanon States
Views On Issues
In Middle East
BEIRUT (JTA) The Lebanese
parliamentary Foreign Affairs
Committee told Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles this week that
America must "remove from its
mind any possibility of Arab peace
with Israel."
The committee's statement rep-
resented the Lebanese Parlia-
ment's official views on Middle
East problems. The committee,
headed by Deputy Abdullah Yafi
and including Prime Minister Sa-
eb Salam, met for 45 minutes with
Dulles, Stassen and Ambassador
Harold B. Minor.
After complaining bitterly about
American lack of sympathy for
Arab nationalism and the United
States contribution to uprooting
Palestine Arabs from their homes,
the statement presented a "solu-
tion for the outstanding problems
blocking Arab-American friend-
ship."
l_The United States must rec-
onize that peace between the Arabs
and Israel "can never take place.'*
2The United States must com-
pel Israel to implement the differ-
ent United Nations resolutions re-
garding Palestine and until this is
done the United States must see
that Arab refugees have more help
than hitherto.
3The United States must in-
fluence Israel to halt "the enforced
and artificial immigration of Jews
into Palestine." The committee
charged this excessive immigra-
tion into the tiny state of Israel
constitutes a threat to peace and
security in the Middle East and
world.
4The Arab states cannot ac-
cept the Middle East defense sys-
tem prepared by states having no
direct relation to the Arab East.
The Arabs feel it their right and
duty to defend the area with their
own mutual security pact, but
would accept aid from friends
when needed.
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REUVEN DflFN! WILL HPE1K AT BOND IM HUT II
Miss Gertrude Jacobs has been
named arrangements chairman for
the dinner sponsored by Israel
Bonds in honor of Mrs. Louis Glas-
ser. marking her return from Is-
rael. At the same time it was an-
nounced this week that close to
1.000 volunteer workers will par-
ticipate in the BIG Day campaign
to be held here on Sundav. June
14th.
Miss Jacobs revealed that Reuv-
en Dafni. spokesman for the Israel
Foreign Affairs Ministry, will be
guest speaker at the dinner in hon-
or of Mrs. Glasser to be held in
the Saxony Hotel. Sundav. Mav
31st.
Dafni was appointed first Israel
Consul to the seven Western states
with headquarters in Los Angeles
in 1948. He had visited this coun-
try previously in 1M6. as one of
the four members of the first Ha-
ganah mission to the I'nited States.
He remained in this post until
his recall to Israel in 1951. when
he assumed his present responsi-
bilities. Dafni is also a Foreign
Office member of the Israel-Arab
Armistice Commission.
In 1940. he volunteered for serv-
ice in the British Army Holding
the rank of Lieutenant in British
Intelligence, he participated in the
Mrs. (srff'vse Jacaas
of 142 Allied airmen, mostly Amer-
icans, from the heart of enemy ter-
ritory. At the same tinVB, his group
was able to save owr"3E000 Jews
who were taken to Italy and thence
to Israel.
Miss Jacobs is a member of a
Allied Campaigns of the Western family that has tonjr dedicated it-
Desert. Greece. Crete and Syria, self to community and orfaniza
Dropped by parachute behind the [ tional work Two of her brothers.
German lines in Yugoslavia, where Leon and Hermann, reside in Mi-
he was bom in 1914. Dafni led a ami Beach and lour others in Phila-
group of Jewish volunteer para- delphia She reside! at 5019 North
chutists in a dangerr>u< mission Bay Road.
ch included securing enem> in Meanwhile. Bernard I. Binder.
-once for the British, organiz- ; chairman of the June 14th BIG
marked its fifth anniversary.
"Israel's accomplishments dur-
ing the past two years." he said,
"have seemed like miracles. A ma-
jor portion of the Haifa Harbor
expansion program has been fin-
ished: dozens of factories, includ-
ing the gigantic Fertilizers and
Chemicals plant, have been con-
structed: new mineral resources
have been discovered in the Neger,
and Israel has started \p exploit
them "
Emphasizing Israel's vital need
for additional investment dollars.
Binder added that further large-
scale subscriptions to the Israel
Bond Issue are necessary if Israel
is to mould the kind of modern
economy which will guarantee self-
sufficiency.
"For those families who can be
at home only during a specific
time of the day on BIG Day, Sun-
day. June 14th. there will be vol-
unteers stationed at 58-5561, so
that they may call in and let us
know the best time for a BIG Day
j worker to visit them. Arrange-
ments can also be made to have
; a volunteer call on another day.
In this way we will be able to give
everyone in Miami an opportunity
to take part in this vital effort for
Israel."
JS*
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LOCAL CIVIC LEADERS backing Judge Harold Spaet hi 1
Miami Beach City Council campaign include E C fJ.! I
(WO and Lawrence E. Hoffman (right) Fogg. campow22l
urer. is a past exalted ruler of the Miami Beach Ob uj i
and a Land 'O Sun Dairy executive. Hoffman, an a*2 '
was twice commander of the Miami Beach Post. AmSt
Legion and ia campaign manager for Spaet, center^
ing sabotage and demolition work
and rescuing Jewish prisoners and
d Dim
Dafni is credited with the rescue
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RATS ROACHES MICE FUES
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MEMBER OF B'NAI B'RITH"
Call 2-1776
D*jr, urged that since Israel de-
pends on the investment capital
which will be raised during this
concerted one-day effort, the peo-
ple of Miami remain at home to
the brae! Bond volunteers
.: day.
V. \ o'.unteers will have kits con-
taining materials relating to the
: i--ael Bond issue and will
be prepared to explain the Israel
{ether with the back-
ground of Israeli present econom-
uuti"n.
In making public the final plans
:or BIG Day, which will mark the
% of the Spring. 1953, phase
of the I-r..-. Bond campaign. Bin-
der reviewed the economic achieve-
'i bra i which recently
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Center. Members of the Social
Committee are Phyllis Goldstein,
chairman. Lucille and Debbie Gra-
boyea, Jane Goldstein and Arlene
Weisblatt and Donald Marks.
North Shore M<
ting
North Shore Chapter, B'nai
B'rith Women, will meet on Wed-
nesday, May 27th, 8:15 p.m., at the
Empress Hotel, with Mrs. Daniel J.
Wolfson presiding. Stanley Gor-
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r.ftV. MAY 22. M83____
.ach ResidentsAre
Ued As Outstanding
-o Miami Beach residents, Mrs.
Incv I. Weintraub and E. Albert
h0t have been awarded honor- _
"life memberships in the Miami
lior Chamber of Commerce for |
{islanding community service."
k0 awards were announced at
I Jaycees' recent meeting in the
Mister Hotel.
. jlr Weintraub becomes the
rt woman to receive this honor
L (he Jaycess' similar recogni-
T15 years ago of Mrs. Ruth Bry-
I Owen Rohde. The other two
Lients this week were James I.
|ler jr.. and J. N. McArthur.
Lughter of pioneer Miamian Is-
L Cohen, Mrs. Weintraub has
Ln identified with numerous ma-
civic and philanthropic activi-
in Greater Miami and served
this year as director of the
j,ed Mother's March on Polio.
hong her numerous offices, she
L member of the Executive Com-
|tee and Board of Directors of
Miami Beach Taxpayers' Asso-
Pallot. former president of the
Lmi Beach Taxpayers' Associa-
L is a former Florida assistant
brnev general and active civic
|der He was chairman of the
Entarj Citizens' Committee for
Esion i the Miami charter, pres-
(n: Bf the Florida State Fsdera-
of Bnai B'rith Lodges and
month was picked as Greater
Bm, s >.ngle delegate to B'nai
Mtb's Supreme Lodge triennial
hvention in Washington, D.C.
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Beth David Annttdi Picnic jCrandon Pa*. Arrangements have
The Beth David annual Religious been made for a motorcade to form
School and congregation Picnic will at Beth David at 9:30 a.m. and
be held on Sunday, at Pit No. 4,1 drive to Crandon Park.
The Israelite Center will hold an open house reception in
honor of its new spiritual leader. Rabbi Morton Malavsky
(right) and Mrs. Malavsky on Sunday, May 24th, at 8 p.m.
Chairman of the affair is Albert Weinberq Qefl) who will be
assisted by Morris Aron, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Barocas, Mrs. Al
Bart, Mrs. Israel Goldberg, Mrs. S. L. Cohen, David Granat,
Mrs. Sam Sandier, Mrs. Nathan Shenkin and Irving Sperling.
Shapiro Schedules
Flamingo Rally
eh Taxpayers
lit Referendum
phular.; i- system on Miami Beach.
Figure^ currently announced by
Taxpayers show that referen-
n. ii passed, would cost the
|ty ol Miami Beach a yearly sum
J sioo.ooo.
1,1 ,1. I vis. president of the Tax-
jyers Association, stared that a
(ember'hip drive by the group is
ntinuing. New members wishing
join the group may apply at
Lincoln Lane, he said.
Harold Shapiro's campaign for
City Council swings into high gear
Saturday night with the first of a
series of rallies covering all sec-
tions of Miami Beach.
Flamingo Park will be the scene
of the initial rally, with a free en-
tertainment program slated to be-
gin at 8 p.m. Shapiro will give his
stand on all major issues of the
campaign at that time, according
to his headquarters at 1436 Wash-
he Miami Beach Taxpayers' As- ington Avenue,
liation launched a campaign this | The former president of the Mi-
ik against the June 2nd refer-, ami Beach Zionists swings into the
which providers for a new!South shore area on Tuesday, May
26th. with a program at the Work-
men's Circle building. Shapiro will
also hold another rally at Wash-
ington Park on Wednesday night.
Shapiro is the former, chairman
of the Jewish National Fund Coun-
cil and currently is commander of
the Jewish War Veterans. He is
vice president of the Miami Beach
Music and Arts League and is
chairman of the Miami Beach Di-
vision of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal.
The candidate, making his sec-
ond bid for public office after be-
ing runnerup in a field of 27 as-
pirants in 1951, will hold a rally at
North Shore Park on Thursday
night. May 28th. Other programs
are scheduled at Normandy* Isle
Park on May 30th, and at Stillwater
Park on election eve, June 1st.
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Obituaries
BERTHA COOPER
66. of 9270 Kant Bay Harbor Drive,
died on May 16th. A resident here
for the past two years, she Is survived
by her daughter, Mrs. Selman Rabln-
owiti, and a brother. Nathan Bern-
stein. Services were on Sunday at
the Miami Beach Riverside, with Rab-
bi Leon Kronlsh officiating. Inter-
ment was on Mount Nebo Cemetery.
MILDRED SAUL FERRARA
33. of 2j0-20th Street, died on May
17th. A resident here for the past
three years, she Is survived by her
husband, Ralph; two brothers, Harvey
and Leonard Rosenblaum: and four
Sisters, Mrs. Alma Jeres, Mrs. Ger-
trude Brody, Mrs. Jesse Malot and
Mrs. Sylvia Goldberg. Services were
at the Miami Beach Riverside, with
Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky officiating.
Interment was on Mount Sinai Ceme-
tery.
ISADORA WEISS
73, <>f 724 Kspanola Way, died on May
Hth. A resident here for the past
seven vears, he Is survived by his
wife. Mary, and a son, Louis. Remains
were sent to New York City ior serv-
ice* and interment by the Beach Me-
morial Chapel.
MORRIS PACK
61, of 360 Collins Avenue, died Satur-
day. A resident here for the paM 18
years, he was interred b> l.e.ich M.-
mortal Chapel Monday on Mount blnal
Cemetery.
CHARLES HARRISON
47 of 4299 Collins Avenue, dl.-d Sun-
day. A resident here for the pa-J -is
vears, he is survived by he wife. Jean.
Remains were sent to Jackson HeiKhts.
Ixmg Island. New York. > services
and Interment by Beach Memorial
Chapel. _______
MAXWELL J. ROSENTHAL
58. a Bridgeport. Connecticut dent st
and winter resident here for the past
25 years, died on May 14th. at hs
tome only one week after leaving Mi-
ami He Is survived by his wife, t-th-
SlTon"brother. Albert of Miami; and
fwo sisters, Mrs W. Loewith. of
Bridgeport, and Mrs. H. Jacobs, of
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Volume 27
Friday. May 22. 1953
SiTto 8. 5713
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The peech Prime Minister Sir Winston Chur-
chlll made before the House of Commons -last
week contains a strange reference to Egypt
In his talk, the Prime Minister singled out that
Arab land by name as having been one among
many neighbors who fell upon the infant State
of Israel following UN partition.
Adding insult to injury. Sir Winston said:
"Nothing that we shall do in the supply of air-
craft to this part of the world will be allowed
to place Israel at an unfair disadvantage." This
follows only by a few months Britain's negotia-
tions with the Arab League, and especially
with Egypt, in the matter of the sale of arms.
The shrinking of England's colonial posses-
sions and its diminishing number of foreign
markets were the reasons for its munitions pro-
posals to this part of the world. Israel cried
out against the loaded manner in which arms,
and particulary aircraft, would be sold, but
Egypt's Genral Mohamed Naauib indicated his
complete pleasure with the plan.
Despite the Jewish State's objections, it seem-
ed that Britain's "sense of fair play" was soon
to be implemented by a program aimed at sup-
plying one jet airplane to each of the seven
Moslem nations and one to Israel. In terms
of the Arab League-Israel cold war, this meant
c seven-tc-one ratio.
It is interesting that Sir Winston found no
recson to cast disparaqing remarks on Egypt
or General Naguib at that time. Britain's for-
eign outlook has not been bettered since then;
indeed, it recently suffered a tremendous set-
back as a result of US Secretary of Defense
Charles Wilson's behind-the-scenes activity
which put aside a British bid for outfitting the
Chief Joseph Dam with generators.
In the face of this. Sir Winson now finds it
opportune to needle Egypt and to express his
total admiration for Israel. We wonder if Gen-
eral Naguib s ultimatum regarding the remov-
al of English armed forces from the Suez area
has had anything to do with the Prime Minis-
ter's changed tone.
A NUMBER OW SIGNIFICANT EVENTS n
of British Md American politic re current,? t,t ""'""^i
have a profound effect on Israel's future "ta tu 5 *tBl
Number 21 *in* may perhaps not be as dramatic as Secretarv ^""jt
Dalles' fact findinc tn..r In K- tL,___~ r"ar> Of Stata i.l. .
Ite Joha f.
PEACE MAKER ?
KM. Ilav June I III.
BIG Day will be here June 14th. On that
day, volunteers will make a door-to-door cam-
paign in Greater Miami as part of a total pro-
gram to bring the story of Israel Bonds to indi-
vidual residents.
Since its inception, the bond issue has
meant the difference between a staggering Is-
raeli economy that might have succumbed to
Arab blocade measures and a vital financial
and industrial program, incorporating foreign
export markets the world over.
This will be only the partial tale told Miam-
ians in their homes on June 14th. We respect-
fully ujge residents here to welcome volunteer
workers on BIG Day. to listen and to respond
with bond purchases.
Plans for this one-day effort are already well
under way. Greater Miami's bond office last'
week announced Bernard I. Binder as BIG Day
chairman. We congratulate him on his post
and hope that residents of the area will rally
behind his leadership.
Mill'* Ut-ts A lesson
Reports from Lebanon this week quote Sec-
retary of State John Foster Dulles as having
said that he learned more about the Near East
from his few days in Jerusalem and Cairo than
he did during all his years in Washington.
This is an honest and forthright remark. But
we wonder exactly what it is that Mr. Dulles
has learned. Dispatches indicate that he will
return from his fact-finding tour a very disil-
lusioned man. If this is true, then we can only
surmise that the general ignorance of foreign
affairs is even more abysmal in our nation's
Capitol than has heretofore been believed.
Or. we must surmise that Washington opin-
ion was most strongly influenced by Arab
League lobbies there. Mr. Dulles' principal dis- mtl0n to Baas wno regned as executive direc-
illusionment rose out of two things. Primarily. ,or Federation, a post he held for the past
he was not prepared to uncover the sort of in- twelve years.
Tribal e To Klass
Greater Miamians formally bid Morris Klass
Godspeed and good luck last Sunday evening
at Federation's fifteenth annual meeting. Some
450 persons crowded into the main dining hall
of the Empress Hotel as their token of recog-
r ar-------------------" *** ...*, *s%M | \M UJ-
dustrial and intellectual progress that he found
in Israel. This was militated against by Mos-
lem leaders in America who beclouded the is-
sue with false statements about the Arab refu-
gee problem.
More important however, is the fact that Mr.
Dulles found a complete unwillingness on the
part of the Arab League to rttir peace with
Israel. In the face of constant accusations both
at the TJW and in Washington that the Jewish
State is mainly at fault in the explosive border
issue, the State Secretary fails apparently to
understand this reticence.
If Mr. Dulles has finally learned that the
Arab-Israel problem can not be solved by
praising the Jews while courting Moslem mili-
tary potential, then he is indeed a wiser man
than he was before. If he has learned that
peace in the Near East must include Israel as
Such a long period of time is a difficult thinq
to grasp in retrospect This must be especially
hue far the individual who devotes his energies
to social service and welfare work. Commun-
al leaders here acted out Federations trials
and efforts daring Bass' tenure of office ft
nve director to>be ended in mis task of recalling
rns share in the community's activity.
2!ZiL l0?*.00?^ 5?"* rf Mkxmi *y'
&*~the field of humamtarian activity.
r5i^TMnt U *om*^9 toward which
ZSLZJtT?""' WOrk ***** them-
elves last Stoday to even greater goals than
iJZZJF***-, m "*** worke ~ Pro-
fessional or voluntary who ever receive tfie
^ acctom due their services. TnTSbS.
a partner, despite Arab arguments that they riven irjkW-* **vices. The tribute
will never accipV^h a partnership, then hJ JiSnl \eaubTV"* ou1tandin9 and thc*e
trip w c-toinly worm mFa^TUP ** "SSj^^i ****** *
Dulles' fact finding tour In the Near Emk? ?( Stat >
tentkm. Sir Winstonls traditionally noted'for h! ?"**'* <**
moves, and be apparently timed his Uu7.Si ,h ?lm* *2j
actor to diminish, if possible, the imr*rt 5 Am 8kU1 '* *3
the An* League. *"* f An>encao strawS
The Prime Minister had many nice thins,
Realistically, he made reference to the grim /aJ ^ "**
the War of Liberstion when be bad "perishin ,UBmedi*l d
'shocking crimes committed" against British ctnl p ***" tal
tine. Bat these, be went onTsay were th. W..and """I
factions in this intense and complex JewS, enmm UcU of "*.
is probably the greatest orator u, th.'aSish? lty" Sir 5
relatively simple for him to poetize on any iW^ ^ **
as politics. Thus placating the tender sensibilities of ta* .V*
heard hun and who recalled the Sternist hang n,s ha* ^"i
noble fsshion to pay tribute to the small atigor.^ha^nM
he desert and received more than half a million rJfJielM'^!
terror from Europe. remgees hauatj]
But such laurels must be regarded with pttrom.
history of England's efforts to destroy the possibiht T ?** 1
; is too close in time for enthusiastic appl^ ,*?, .a/^h J
gone by since Sir Winston, then leading the ConiSat "^
against a Laboritc government, told Clement AtleeT! T PW*
that he would not remain silent while the SociZt ,r^W^
Majestys Empire^ He was referring, of c^uS S L' 1^ '
possessions m Africa, and if the Prime Mii,icw i of'
that tbese territories were no long?"unSj Br,, Tf **
can hardly believe that he would be seSenta '! nm,'^1
behind the UN partition plan in 1men,all> mot"ed to,
AS A CONSertVATIVE SPOKESMAN for the Fnlish Fmni ,
W inston continues to breathe the very essence fix ,PBtl
Eveo-thing that Rudyard Kipling gloried TTm^Z^A
integral part of his nature. If he seems more sympath ZxT
! manypeo,p,e wh9 are struggling for self^eterm.naUon B (
because the Prime Minister wisely accepts what is inevSwi "Jfl
must be remembered that, as a firm protector of BnS wo'ld
he was instrumental in creating the Jordan Arab state
,k ollT85 dastardl>' diplomatic stroke aimed at weahniaiJ
then.fledgling Zionist movement and shows Sir Win^ton-TSM
the establishment of a homeland in the Palestine area and Si
governments mandate must ultimately be relinquished the
Minister, some twenty-five years before the War of UberanoTegta
the geographic area in which Zionist ambitions were rooted and ciridl
a new Moslem country. *|
His foresight was not sufficient; along with many English J
appointments. Israel was born despite Jordan and six other Arab lad
These are the circumstances that led to Sir Winston s address J
House of Commons on May 11th. It was for these and mm all
reasons that he was forced to pay tribute to the best Army si
.u."?iw ~ *"*' """^"tion for the Jewish forces and the I
that they successfully repulsed the combined attack which was i
upon them by their neighbors and Egypt four years ago." the Pratl
Minister expressed his undaunted admiration for the Zionist moveaaH
and hoped that peace would soon come to the Near East.
Sir Winston's praise here becomes meaningful. Over a penal ol
less than ten years, the British have lost control of vast areas in Mat
and West Africa. Palestine and India are principal among these. jJ
other struggle for power is currently being waged in Egypt where Ml
MtiojTs strong-armed leader. General Naguib. has categorically stafl
that England's troops must decamp. This would leave the Prime M
ister s government virtually without a foothold in the vital Snei Cat
territory. Sir Winston's spontaneous admiration for Israel, as idL
tor Its accomplishments, presages possible future British attempBtl
establish a military- understanding with the Jewish State.
Her Majesty's chief spokesman may continue to recall "witk r-
Jewish "crimes" against English officers and men. But it will be |
government's duplicity with the Arabs and its abandonment of i k
f ul of courageous pioneers to the onslaught of seven armies that i
very well destroy the possibility of any such understanding even boWi
it is proposed. In any case. Sir Winston hopefully prepared the ffasf
during his talk before Members of Parliament, trusting that bnfl
does not have that sense of history with which be. himself, is M*f]
nificenUy imbued.
PERHAPS more IMPORTANT than the Prime Minister's mm
observation of the Jewish States armed might and militarily *bM
tageous location was his effort to prove England's continued **
cance on the international world scene. Sir Winston is IvmMg!
cerned over the increasingly solo part American leadership is tattj
in matters of war and peace. In a recent address before US ttm
and publishers. President .Eisenhower suggested the possibility al
with Soviet officials during which difficulties separating East and Mj
niight be ironed out. But he wisely warned that such talks r '-IM
be forthcoming unless Russia showed, through its handling of the I*.
eea truce negotiations, as earnest willingness to settle diflereaess.
Apart from his personal ambitieas. Sir Winston did the P""*3
one better when be published a peace proposal of his own and *W"
offered to go to Moscow unattended by U8 representation. IMtU
result of Anglo-Americsn lli| llll regarding both the P****
end of the Korean War. Man insiiilaat however, it m*
British prominence As I see it, the same holds tret l tk *
B>* *""*- 1.1
Sir Winston's belated sorrow over the assassinatica of **!*\
dullah and the death of Dr. Chafes WeHmann, expressed so pa**""* |
n his address to the House of Coaunona, and his hope 'iW*"?
ststes will come to peace with Israel." are feekrs in the direewn"
weakening the significance of Secretary of State Dulles' carteat iw
finding tour. Mr. Dulles is having a difficult time. Moslem !*
with whom he has spoken deplore Ansericsn sympathy for >*
Israel, and Lebanon has already warned that it can have so P" .
peace with the Jews. Virtually oa a tightrope, be can, at I"*'
Americas gracious opinions to both conflicting sides Mr Da^^
only one persuasive measure the new Mutual Security
-----, w_. y^wmi,, iiwaaurp um new uio ------
currently before Congress which stipulates that military -
will be forthcoming if guarantees are offered that such aid >
ued for internal security, alone. The Arabs apparently *> "
for this provision.
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8i eonia xiO 3iw>Y
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PAGE 5 A
lies Meets Discord, Moslem Refusal
Discuss Peace; Zionist Are Attacked
_____ n_____1 A M_ T\..ll__ .i .
Icontinued from Page 1 A
Mr. Dulles who told news-
/at the field that "we know the
It progress made by Israel and
Energetic way in which its lead-
fare attempting to solve the
Kerns which exist." He added
he and the members of his
were "looking forward" to
bssions with Premier David
kurion and Mr. Sharett, and
tip was to gather information
|rst hand "as well as to show
friendship of our people and
fcnment for your government
[people." He expressed confi-
|e that the talks with the Is-
leaders would be of mutual
lfit.
Le strictest security measures
taken by the Israeli authori-
Fhere and in Tel Aviv in con-
Jon with the arrival of the Dul-
[party. A number of persons
| arrested in Tel Aviv for plas-
\g anti-Dulles posters on the
i of buildings. The police tore
the posters and washed off
Ipulles inscriptions wherever
[ appeared.
Rejects Criticism
eanwhile, Dulles refused in
an to associate himself with
criticism of former Presi-
Truman's policy of aid to Is-
according to press reports
America. The report said
[at a dinner in the Old City of
ilem in honor of Mr. Dulles
[members of his party, the for-
I Arab Mayor of Jerusalem told
Mr. Dulles that the traditional
Arab friendship for the United
States had been "weakened" by
President Truman's policy of sup-
plying "arms, money and other
aid" to Israel. Mr. Dulles replied
that he could not associate himself
with this criticism of a former
American President.
Ell Is Reelected
Beth Sholom Head
Leon J. Ell, of 936 42nd Street,
Miami Beach, was reelected presi-
dent of Temple Beth Sholom at an
annual meeting last week.
Other officers are: vice presi-
dents Sidney D. Ansin, Samuel
Ikeside Inn Will
len On June 26th
lith summer rapidly approach
[Greater Miami residents plan-
to spend their vacations in
(mountains will note with in-
!M the date of June 26th. This
he date that Lakeside Inn in
[Carolina mountains will open
poors.
akeside Inn is located on Lake
jeol.i. iiis'. outside of downtown
|dersonville, North Carolina,
has all the facilities for an
vaction spot. A swimming
I. private lake and nearby
npionship golf course are
Ing the outstanding features of-
fd summer visitors. In addition,
pside Inn presents night enter-
Iment, dancing, riding, fishing,
jling, picnicing and tennis.
ewis Newman, of Miami and
kdersonville, will again be resi-
st manager of the Blue Ridge
put.mi resort. Newman an-
nced that a social director and
ned counsellors who will super-
i care and play of children, are
being added to the Lakeside
I this year.
ex-
On the pulpit of the main synagogue at the Miami Beach Jewish Center during graduation ex-
ercises, the class of 1952-53 is pictured with (second row, left to right) Saul Rabin, educational
director; Mrs. Joseph A. Berman, president of the Center Sisterhood; Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
spiritual leader; Mrs. Benjamin Greene, president of the Parent-Teacher Association; and Ben
Zion Ginsburg, chairman of the Religious School. The graduates are (seated, left to right)
Charles Lynne, Bonnie Rubenstein, Sheldon Reinhardt, Barbara Turoff and Martin Mechlowitz.
Standing are David Baker, Joel Channing, Ronald Ruthheld, Stephen Wasserman and Neil
Goldman. Stanton Pikus is not pictured.
Sir Winston's Stand On Near East
Merits Applause From Commons
Continued from Page 1 A | the British statesman had been
Canal and hand over the base to "stunned" for the support the
the Egyptians without setting Arab,world^d given Egypt in its
,. I dispute with Britain over the Canal
a second round of war Zone and had immediately reacted
"by praying for the Zionists." The
Egyptian dictator also accused Sir
Winston of seeking to divert what
he asserted was an "overwhelming
Arab hatred of imperialism" to
hatred of Israel.
Leon 1. HI
Beckerman, Judge Kenneth Oka
and Ralph Spero; treasurer, Louis
J. Krensky; financial secretary. Dr.
Norman J. Russ; and general sec-
retary, Abe Solosko.
Directors for a one-year term
are John Serbin, Joseph Fenias and
Charles S. Tobin; two-year term-
Lewis L. Loeb and Samuel Stein;
three-year termJames M. Albert.
Joseph L. Arkin, Max Dreyer, Har-
ry Blumin, Judge Harry A. Green-
berg, Arthur Horowitz, Ralph Lach-
man, Morry B. Morris, Irving Roth-
man and Charles Silvers.
During Ell's first term as presi-
dent, the Temple launched its tenth
anniversary year by instituting a
Building Fund Campaign for a new
canctuary. Forty percent of the
$500,000 goal has already been sub-
scribed.
IMissnej* In Fight
For Referendum
ink
against Israel?" he asked. He called
upon the Prime Minister to give
his "generous words reality" by
not withdrawing from Egypt with-
out providing against any possibil-
ity of such a conflagration.
C. Alport, a Conservative, called
on the other powers involved in
the security of the Middle East
and pledged, with Britain, to main-
tain the territorial integrity of Is-1 Harr>' Phssner, candidate for the
rael. to 'lace" up to their respon-1 -'ami Beach City Council this
sibilities in this situation. He de- week sa.d that he would continue
clared that if Haifa were to become his fight for physicians on ambu-
an international base it would be \ianc^- t.
of advantage to Britain and all I when l learned tha* J on,c i
countries allied with her, as well JW some 14 persons died while j
at) Israel I en route t0 tne hospital because \
^General Mohammed Naguib, the there was no physician in attend-
Egvptian dictator, sparked the ance. I traveled to New York to
Cairo attacks on Prime Minister, obtain factual information on the
Churchill. He declared publicly ambulance system there, the can-
that the Churchill reference to Is-
rael constituted a "threat to Egypt
and the Arab world," and he as-
serted that Churchill in voicing his
wishes for Israel was "neither
earnest nor sincere."
According to General Naguib,
Milton Roaonbaum, Pro-
?ssor of Psychiatry at the
Pniversity of Cincinnati Col-
9 of Medicine and one of
pe nation's foremost psychi-
Tric teachers, will leave for
rael on Tuesday to assist
' the establishment of a new
epartment of Psychiatry at
he Hebrew University-Ha-
Passah Medical School. Dr.
posenbaums special assign-
ment to Israel has been made
[possible by a recent grant of
M50.000 from the Julius and
Pone Scheidsr Memorial
[wnd for Neuro psychiatry to
achooL
Slain Girl's Family
Gets No Response
Continued from Pag* A
the chairman, a Belgian, to inter-
vene.
Senator jacKson iniormed Dulles
that he felt "American citizens
should be entitled to as much pro-
tection abroad as visitors from
other countries receive when in
this country." A Congressman, who
asked not to be identified, said
that "if Soviet terrorists infiltrated
into Israel and shot Americans, the
State Department would have the
matter before the United Nations
in a very few minutes. The US
Mediterranean Fleet would be or-
dered to Haifa at full steam, and
our Marines would land to protect
our citizens. If we can protect
South Koreans from the Reds we
can at least take simple diploma-
tic steps to enable Israel to protect
Americans from infiltrating Arab
terrorists."
This incident and the increased
tempo of similar attacks caused
Israel Ambassador Abba Eban to
call on Assistant Secretary of State
Henry A. Byroade who is in charge
of Near Eastern -Affairs. Eban
asked that the United States at
least use its influence to have the
Armistice Commission consider the
problem. To the consternation of
the Israel Foreign Ministry, Dul-
les' reaction was revealed in his
letter to Senator Magnuson.
didale explained.
Plissner supporters said here
that it was mainly through the
candidate's efforts that the refer-
endum relating to doctors on am-
bulances will appear on the June
2nd ballot. They also pointed to
the fact that Plissner was instru-
mental m having the Occupancy
Law passed, limiting the number
of persons permitted to occupy
public places.
Plissner has been a Miami resi-
dent since-1945 and an anual visi-
tor here since 1923. He resides
with his wife, Charlotte at 1471
Lincoln Terrace and has two sons,
Martin and William. Lieutenant
William Plissner, of the Marine
Corps, recently returned from serv-
ice in Korea.
Eleven Graduate
At Beach Center
Eleven students were graduated
from the Religious School of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center during
a baccalaureate exercise that was
part of the late Friday evening
service last week, according to Ben
Zion Ginsburg, chairman of the
Religious School.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of the congregation, deliv-
ered the message of the evening.
Louis Schwartzman, executive di-
rector of the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ucation, extended greetings to the
graduates. Ginsburg distributed
the diplomas, assisted by Saul Ra-
bin, director of education.
Joel Channing, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jules P. Channing, spoke on
behalf of the graduates and receiv-
ed a scholarship award from Mrs.
Benjamin Greene, president of the
Parent-Teacher Association. The
baccalaureate prayer was given by
Bonnie Rubenstein, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. William Rubenstein.
The graduates were feted at a
reception given by the Sisterhood
in the Center Dining Room follow-
ing the service.
Deutaeh To Head
Zamora Center
At a special meeting of Zamora
Jewish Center Monday, the follow-
ing new officers were elected:
Arthur Deutsch, president; Jack
Toppel. vice president; Paul Gold-
berg, treasurer; Mitchell Grebin,
recording secretary; Louis Kasoff,
financial secretary; and Albert
Weiss, corresponding secretary.
New members of the Board of
Directors arc A. J. Maloff, Nat Dav-
idow and Max Moskowitz for a
term of three years, and Eli Ein-
binder, William Lauretz and David
Matter for a term of one year.
Rabbi Isaiah Zeldin has been
appointed director of the
West Coast Region of the
Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, it was an-
nounced by Dr. Maurice N.
Eisendrath, Union president.
Rabbi Zeldin wjll succeed the
late Rabbi Phineas Smollar,
who died last winter. Ordain-
ed at the Cincinnati Branch of
the Hebrew Union College-
Jewish Institute of Religion in
1946, Rabbi Zeldin has been
assistant dean of the Hebrew
Union School of Education
and Sacred Music in New
York City since 1948.
Mr. and Mrs. David Provus, of 3440 Royal Palm Avenue. Mi-
ami Beach, examine the latest sketch of architect Percival
Goodman's plans for the new Temple Beth Sholom. Mr. and
Mrs Provus have made a contribution for the purchase of the
pulpit as one of the living memorials. Leon J. Ell, president
of the congregation, stands next to Rabbi Leon Kronish. spir-
itual leader. The Temple's Building Fund Campaign has a
goal of $500,000. 40 percent of which has already been raised.
Judge Kenneth Oka is chairman of the Campaign Committee.
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PAGE 6X

Service For Israel Sends 18 Million
Pounds Of Food Abroad In Five Years
JMtfAytf^
Jr_ i_
NEW YORK On May 14th. as
the Jewish people and its friends
throughout the world celebrated
the fifth anniversary of Israel in-
dependence, Service for Israel,
equipped meat processing plant
near Tel Aviv. The company main-
tains the largest bulk stocks of gift
foods in Israel, which according to
official insurance records, average
JT '
Inc., 2 Park Avenue, New York near, three-quarter of a million
City, the nation s oldest and largest doars ya,ue any given time
despatchers of gift food shipments
to Israel rounded out five parallel
years of service to the new state.
It was on the 5th of Iyar. by the
Jewish calendar, exactly five years
Will Stage Comedy
The Teen Agers of Tifereth Is-
rael Jewish Center will hold a fund
raising affair on Saturday. May
ago. that a group of Jewish states- fc
f," ?* ,ere?wln fi/'?,? A.V,Vi comedy. The Best Policy. Among
ST' t"ke.t,he teful s'eP I those in the cast are Jerry Berke.
Whkh brought into being after ,f M H, R ^ AbboU
2.000 long years a reborn Jewish
4
\
Morris Klass' twin boys, Michael and Joel, take front stage positions with
and Sandra Rubinstein.
',, TV i I Schulman. Jack Robin. Marshall! oms *rass (Win "YS- "*" a '" *" .rage pillions with their taw
state. And it* as almost to the G, u ,serson Barbara Tarr; eration Life Scrapbook as past presidents of ths Greater Miami Jewish Federation
to the retiring executive director at Federation's 15th annual meeting last Sunder ^t
450 persons in the Coronation Room of the Empress Hotel heard community \L,a
Klass for 12 years of service with Federation. Shown (left to right) are Morris Kl *'
Chertkof, Dr. Erna Klass, Stanley C. Myers, Ben Bronston, Howard Kane, Carl w^ ul <
B. Ruskin, William D. Singer, Jacob Sher and Sam Blank. Other Federation leaderTtrfu!
attend were Sam Friedland and Max Orovitz.
day. some 5.000 miles away that
a small office was opened on New
York's East 66th Street to speed
the first private American food re-' Academy Card Party
lief to the people of the fledgling j The annual spring card party,
nation already isolated by Arab sponsored by the Hebrew Acad-
attacks from all sides, cut off from emy Women's Organization, will be
normal trade channels and com- held on Wednesday evening. May
munications. 27th. 8 p.m.. at the Casablanca Ho
With the cooperation of the pro- tel.
visional government of Israel and, Mrs. Samuel Cohen will be hos-
various public Jewish bodies in this teSs to the Hebrew Academy Worn-
country and elsewhere a unique en and their guests. Mrs. Cohen
service was launched which was to said that all proceeds of the event
become the principal channel for
Americans to send urgently need-
ed gifts of food to their families
and friends in Israel.
During the past five years, it was
revealed by two of its founders.
Charles Bess, president of the or-
ganization, and Abraham Krum-
bein. vice president and treasurer,
over 18 million pounds of food and
other necessities have been ship-
ped to Israel by the organization
in behalf of American donors The |
greater part of this total has con-
sisted of bulk shipmetns of food
against which have been drawn
Sen ice for Israel's famous gift cer-
tificates.
Today Service for Israel conducts
its food gift operations in two
ways It issues scrip certificates.
in S10. $15 and $25 denominations,
which are redeemable by the recip-
ient in its Israel stores for his
choice of unrationed kosher foods
and other needs. It also distributes
parcel certificates for a choice of
eleven food assortments packed
from bulk stocks in Israel at prices
ranging from $10.50 to $38.50.
Service for Israel now operates
a complicated network of installa-
tions for services in Israel, con-
sisting of its four gift shops in Tel-
Aviv. Jerusalem and Haifa, its par-
cel distribution centers in the same
cities, as well as
placed series of warehouses, cold-
storage centers and a completely
will benefit the Academy's Schol-
arship Fund for needy students.
Turk Receives
Honor From Cuba
Councilman Harold Turk, of Mi-
ami Beach, and former mayor was
the recipient Wednesday of the
highest decoration awarded by the
Republic of Cuba, the Order of
Carlos Manuel de Cesedes. Coun-
cilman Turk, in receiving the dec-
oration, was told by Dr. Eduardo
Hernandez, Consul General of
Cuba, that he had done more in
the last five years than any other
single man in this area to pro-
mote closer relations and Inter-
American understanding between
the United States and its Latin
American neighbors.
Several hundred men and wom-
en of the Greater Miami area were
present at the presentation which
was also the occasion for the cele-
| bration honoring the 51st anniver-
sary of the Independence of Cuba.
This is the third decoration re-
ceived by Turk from the Cuban
Government in addition to several
other recognitions for his activi-
ties in Inter-American relations
and human relations from Equa-
TZZSS L2?Salvador- WzueJa and
3M
fJCV
an
Newly installed officers of the Hebrew Academy Women's Organization at
luncheon held last week in the Miami Beach Jewish center are (left to right) the
Joseph Rackovsky, treasurer; David Seid, social secretary; Isidore Spoiler, corres
secretary; Alexander Kogan, vice president; Jerry Sussman, vice president; Alexander
Gross, luncheon co-chairman; Irving Firtel, vice president and luncheon co-chairman;!
David Shapiro, installing officer; the Mesdames Sidney Rubinowitz, president; Sai
hen, vice president; Harry Genet, vice president; Samuel Ritter, vice president; and'.
Kornreich, recording secretary.
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Mexico.
Councilman Turk has held local
positions in B'nai B'rith. as well
as many offices in the State and
District and now serves as national
Hillel commissioner of the Su-
preme Lodge. He served for five
years as chairman of the important
j Publicity and Public Relations
Committee of the National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews and
is an outstanding leader in every
phase of interfaith relations.
I- ____ p Tur't has served as councilman
Teen Agers To Entertain of (he City of Miami Beach for six
Two teen agers of the Tao Soror-1 years, including two years as may-
reportedly
NORTH SHORE MEETING
The next meeting of the North
Shore Lodge of B'nai B'rith will be
held at the Empress Hotel on Wed-
nesday. May 27th. 8:15 p.m. Speak-
er for the evening will be Stanley'
Gordon, of station WTVJ. who will
speak on the subject: Behind The
Screen In Television.
Wi*
*1
Shown at the installation luncheon last Friday of the Miami Division, National Council,
isn women, is Mrs. Nathaniel Levin (third from left) being congratulated for her eledkel,
the presidency by Mrs. Monte Selig. installing officer and National Board member. Lo
on (left to right) are the Mesdames Leon Kaplan, administrative vice president, Herbert!
vice president in charge of education; and Lao Ackerman. service vice president
ity. Roberta Figure and Beverly
Kramer, will entertain the Golden
Age Friendship Club of the Town
Branch. Greater Miami Jewish
Center. Sunday, May 24th, at 2:30
p.m.
Final Gables Activity
Final social activity for the cur-
rent year of the Sisterhood of the
Coral Gables Jewish Center will
be a smorgasbord luncheon on
Wednesday, May 27th. 12:30 p.m..
at -the Center. Mrs. Max M. Messer
is chairman.
Meet Your Neighbor
Harold Shapiro, commenta-
tor on the radio program, Meet
Your Neighbor, special feature of
the Yiddish Classical Hour, has in-
vited as his guest William Shapiro,
attorney of Milwaukee, Wisconsin,
on Sunday. May 24th, at 8:15 p.m.,
over station WINZ. Shapiro will
discuss: My Brother.
or, having reportedly been the
youngest mayor in the history of
the city. He was also honored in
1949. when he was re-elected. Turk
was elected in 1951. as one of the,
five outstanding men in the State
of Florida by the Junior Chamber
of Commerce.
He is a member of the Board of |
Directors of the Hebrew Academy, I j
the Miami Beach Jewish Center,
and a member of the Board of Fel-1
lows of Brandeis University.
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Radio Synagog
In Memoriam will be the subject
of Rabbi S. M. Machtei's sermon on
the Radio Synagog at 9 a.m., Sun-
day, over station WflAM. The pro-
gram will be dedicated to the mem-
ories of Queenie Stella and Leo
Machtei. There will be prayers,
scripture reading, liturgical music
and a question box. Cantor Sam-
uel Kelemer will chant the El Mol-
eh Rochamim, accompanied at the
organ by Herman Fried.

on *2m2S?iiS*tt2 "- St Louis Club ol Gai Miami Co^g
te the Delmonic" HoSr^ ?UpU ammal ^"^on plans and banquet id*-
David A. DavU Mr. uSR^i*: JJPlow^ and Mr.. Morris Sokolik. Standing^
sel Winer 1* Emwi. Mrs. Nat Wolison. Miss Esther Goodman and Mr* I


IY. MAY 22, I9
==^=
ick Leaves Mount
,ai; Will Open
rcncy Service Here
filliam Glick, public relations
rtor of Mount Sinai Hospital
[he past two years, has resign-
hat position effective June 1st,
hen his own agency in the field
public relations, publicity and
trailing.
bile at Mount Sinai, Glick es-
shi-d a public relations pro-
between that institution and
newspapers, radio and tele-
Last year, the Public Rela-
Department of the hospital
ved national acclaim for its
Aronovitz Becomes!
Hillel Council Head
B'nai B'rith Hillel Advisory!
Council will install officers tomor-
^J^W' My 23rd, 6.30 p m
at the Empress Hotel. Sydnev An
onoyitz will assume the post of
president.
Other officers are Jerome Adel-
man, Mrs. Ida Optner and Gershon
Miller, vice presidents: Mrs Jack
Wein, treasurer; Miss Edl.:i Sim-
mons correspond^ secretary;
Mrs. Sydney Suss, recording secre-
lry.
Harold Turk, past president of
Hillel Council, national Hillel com-
missioner and chairman of the
| fund drive for the new Hillel
1 House on the University of Miami
campus, will be honored during
the evening. Guest speakers will
be Dr. Jay F. W. Pearson, U of M
president, and Dr. Homer P.
Marsh, dean of the U of M Medi-
cal School.
Master of ceremonies is George
' Tahanoff. Mrs. Ida Optner is din-
ner chairman. Outgoing president
is Walter Kovner.

William Click
report in competition with
1.- submitted by hospitals
phout the United States and
Ik also aided in concluding
reement between the Ameri-
uild of Variety Artists and
j Sinai, which affords AGVA
Irs needed medical care
fund in return for the per-
voluntary services to the
fcl's annual Jubilee. During
pt two years, this show raised
sums to help Mount Sinai
|is annual deficit.
to heading Mount Sinai's
relations program, Glick
I as campaign director of the
f Miami Jewish Federation
Ihe Mount Sinai Hospital
K Fund from 1946 to 1951.
pe to Miami after serving as
[field man with the United
Appeal.
Kaplan Opens
New Quarters
A. J. Kaplan, candidate for the
I Miami Beach City Council, this
i week announced the opening of his
North Beach headquarters. The
! new campaign office is located at
|6996 Indian Creek Drive.
Kaplan stated it wil! be open un-
ftfl election day. His main cam-
; paign headquarters are at 1350
Washington Avenue. Both places
will be open until 9 p.m., every i
evening. aeymour B. I.iebman, local at
Meanwhile. Kaplan issued a!tornev and communal leader, has
statement declaring that the most | appointed chairman of the
vital issue in the campaign was | recent'v created Zionist Organiza-
being completely overlooked by all i on Amenca Bard of Greater
of the other candidates. The 39-


Liebman Heads
Local ZOA Board
year-old attorney said that "taxes
are a most important question".
He declared that his personal
investigation at City Hall revealed
"that all public utilities, doing bus-
iness in Miami Beach, are paying
taxes on self-assessed personal
property."
|. Pertes Is Dov
"dent 5th Term
[Chapter, Mizrachi Women,
ptall officers on Sunday eve-
Hay 24th. 8 p.m., at the Beth
Igreyation. Mrs. Rose Pertes
runrn the post of president
fifth successive term.
' officers are the Mesdames
Sakowitz, 1st vice presi-
partha Sacks and Lena Zim-
n. 2nd vice presidents; Yet-
iki. 3rd vice president; Yet-.
ttan. 4th vice president; Bes-
ferhhim Rosenberg, treasur-
Yi Newberger, financial sec-
IGertrude Indgin, recording
p; and Clara Bear Kahn,
ponding secretary.
ees are the Mesdames Ber-
ptz, chairman, Sarah Brel-
^rah Feidel, Fay Lurie and
Bloch.
fdinK to Mrs. Bloch and
pa Taub, chairmen of the
I. Milton Friedman, Miami
F- *'" e installing officer,
ps Fay Lurie acting as mas-
fremonies. Miami attorney
Lyons is scheduled as'
*aker.
gdjtion to her post as presi-
Dov Chapter, Mrs. Pertes
secretary of the Hebrew
ital Associ*tion of Greater
L,M President of the Wom-
Fer <'0vernment Club. She
P'nated as a candidate for
^landing Citizen of Dade
in 1951 and'1952
A long-time resident of Miami t>ss, secretary
Beach and past president of Miami '
Beach Junior Chamber of Com-
merce, Kaplan has served as an of-
ficer in the Jewish War Veterans,
the Army and Navy Union and the
American Legion.
At present, he is president of
the Council of B'nai B'rith Lodges
of Southeast Florida. Also, Kap-
lan was founder and charter presi-
dent of the North Shore Lodges of
B'nai B'rith as well as among the' Returns To Practice
organizers of the North Shore Jew- Dr. A. Lister Stepner will return
shortly to Miami Beach to practice
psychiatry after four years in New
York City. A former Miamian for
seven years, Dr. Stepner has pur-
chased a home at 2421 North Bay
Road and will practice at 605 Lin-
coln Road.
Liebman, who is also a member
of the ZOA National Executive
Committee, heads up representa-
tives of the five local districts
here.
Named to serve with him are
Moses Meyer, vice chairman; Mor-
ris Simon, treasurer; and Elaine
Gross, secretary. Announcement of
:s was made by
Fred Jonas, president of the Mi-
ami Beach-Israel Zionist District.
Purpose of the new group will
be to coordinate activities of all
ZOA districts in South Florida, as
well as to create further districts,
organize membership campaigns
and to carry out the education pro-
gram of the Zionist movement. j
Louise Chapter Plans
Moonlight Cruise
There will be a Hawaiian jam-
boree moonlight cruise on Wednes-
day evening. May 27th, 8:30 p.m.,
on the Seminole Queen Sightsee-
ing Boat leaving from Pier 6.
The evening has been planned
by the American Jewish Congress,
Louise Chapter. Tickets may be
secured from Mrs. Willie Holland-
er, president, and Mrs. Morris R.
Goldberg, publicity chairman.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
AI.BORN PLASTERERS, at 1SU1 S.VV.
3-'< sald name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
AI.AN UtJRNSTEIN
Sole Owner
MVERS. HE I.MAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
Ho Bey bold' Hldg.
t/St-tt 6/3-12
Workmen Circle Dinner
The Women's Club of Work-
men's Circle No. 692 will sponsor
a dinner on Sunday evening, 6
p.m., at 25 Washington Avenue.
ngravi n g Company
commercial
social
hotel
ENGRAVE
Rabbi Morria A. Skop, treasurer of the Rabbinical Association
of Greater Miami, presents the association's scholarship gift
of $100 honoring Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and Mrs. Adele Kaplan
to Louis Schwartzman. director of the Bureau o Jewish Edu-
cation Witnessing the establishment of the scholarship which
will be awarded each year to two outstanding students here
are Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, president, and Rabbi Simon Ap-
ril, member of tb.3 Scholarship Committee.
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calling cards
monograms
invitations
wedding announce me n t s
122 n. e. sixth street
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Our UN Newsletter
By ARTHUR LFWIS
(Copyright, 1953, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, In*.)
UNITED NATIONS As a result of his trip, it must be apparcn'
to John Foster Dulles by now that even from the strictly practica
point of view there could be no real security in the Middle East with-
out the inclusion of Israel. Before he left, the Secretary of State had
the frankness to state that as a political matter there could be no de
fense organization in the region until the local dispute had been re
solved and a Palestine peace pact signed.
The first-hand visit to Israel must have shown Mr. Dulles what
a tight compact economic unit the country is and how efficient its
armed services are. particularly tho air forco. As a corporation law-
yer who knows a groat deal about business, the Secretary of State
must have been impressed by the extent of the industrial and tech-
nical facilities, which are the largest in the area, and the skill of the
population and the know-how which Americans so much appreciate.
In a wav. he must have seen a comparison between the position of
Israel and a Middle East Defense Organization with the position ot
Western Germany and the European Defense Community Both coun
tries are essential to the security of their regions, and without them
the defense organizations would lack the military and industrial power ,
thev need and would not be strong enough to prevent aggression.
The Israeli willingness to cooperate in the Middle East talks at Tc:
Aviv, as well as their readiness to meet the Arabs more than half wa>
in any peace settlement, particularly over the burning issue of tht
refugees.
The Israeli delegates have said on more than one occasion at tht
United Nations that their government would be willing to make ;
major financial contribution to the resettlement of the Palestine refu
gees in the Arab countries. They have shown their country's good faith
in this regard by the agreement which was reached some time agi
with the Palotine Conciliation Commission on the release of a millioi
pounds from the frozen bank accounts without any reciprocal gesturt
on the part of the Arab governments The Israeli Government recent 1>
approved the transfer to the refugees of the first installment of 80.001
pounds of this amount.
However, even such a generous move as this would not be suf-
ficient to solve the problem. In all the years since the armistice, the
United Nations relief organization has been unable to do much about
rehabilitating the refugees; in fact, the number it has settled is piti-
ably small, some 12,000 men, women and children. UNRWA is not
even keeping up with the natural increase, for the number of these
wretched people is growing at the rate of 25,000 babies a year. All it
is able to do is to maintain the refugees an a dole.
What is needed is the cooperation of the Arab governments in the
resettlement of these people, as well as the financial assistance of Is-'
r.u! but such a large scale agreement could only be achieved at M
peace conference.
Until that occurs, the Israeli Government would not want to sec
any withdrawal of British troops from the Suez Canal Zone and their
replacement by Egyptian forces. For obvious reasons, the government
Is vitally concerned over what happens to such an important communi-
cation line as this M close to its own borders, and this has been told
t<> Mr Dulles during his visit to thecountry
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wnrri. AZA CHOOSES ITS NEW SWEETHEART. Shown lab
is 16-year-old Helen Wexler, of Miami, accepting the Sweet-
heart Trophy lor 1953 from Edmund Parries, president at the
group's recent fifth annual dance in the Shelborne Hotel. A
junior at Miami Senior High School, Miss Wexler won out
over Lois Finder, Dorothy Aibaum, Judy Lewie and Roberta
Fisher. Officers of Hillel AZA. in addition to Pomes, include
Sandy Jacobean, vice president; Myron Kahn. secretary; Nor-
man Younq, treasurer; and Arthur Jacobean, corresponding
secretary. Young was elected Best Aleph during the Sweet-
heart Dance.
The Coral Gables Jewish Center Nursery School is winding up its first year of P^JjJ
der the supervision of Mrs. Morris Skop. Pictured above are children who will par*J
in the commencement exercises slated for June 5th, at 10 a.m. Top photograph (topi
to right) are Roy Elkin, Donna Taylor, Susan Wood, Paul Snyder. Roberta Gordon asi
ert Sandier. Middle row are Susan Alenior, Philip Goldberg, Marsha Whitman, RonaJ
en, Lois Diamond, Lynn Bass, Jean Raskin. Louis Bamberg, Robin Corenblum cmSJ
Schreiber. Bottom row are Daryl Miller, Bruce Fried, Mimi Folfman, Barbara Rabin0"*j
ice Biorski. Joel Davidow, Jordan Baum and Gary Resnick. Middle photograph are m
leu to right) Harris Friedman. Mark Braun. Joel Levine. Bennett Levine, Janice GresnWJ]
Greenberg, Joan Greenberg, Judith Toback, Joel Perwin and Dene Melimech. M
to right) are Daniel Weiss, Carol Traeger, Robin Faunce, Carol Cantor. Barbara Wo*
en Weiss. Stewart Solomon, Allen Einhorn, Richard Adelman, Steven Enrich and W
ler. Third row (left to riaht) are Lewin Rothlein. Roslyn Marks. Robert Shubow, MkDcs^
Judy Stemerman, Bonnie Sombera. Marsha Sokol, Mickey Sokol and Dona W^'^j
photograph are (top row, left to right) Leslie Socks. Charles Saltxman. Adena SWJ
Baum. Pamela Grosunan and Lor en Rap pa port. Second row (left to riaht) are Wi
Irene Pomerantz, Michael Gross. Kenneth Turk. Barbara Spirer. Fern Goliman. twn ^
Sharyn Levy and Henry Kornick. Bottom row (left to right) are Anita Holtzman. bir
berg. Alisa Taylor, Judy Weiss, David Elman. Bruce Warshaw. Bette Rosenberg, Ar
lein and Robert Klein. ________
Miss Edelstein Is ,
ZBT Sweetheart
Miss Diane Edelstein. of Penn-
sylvania Avenue. Miami Beach,
was named Sweetheart of Zeta Beta
Tau at the fraternity's anual spring
formal in the Algiers Hotel last
weekend.
Miss Keslrtein is a sophmore at
the University of Miami and is
treasurer of Alpha Epsilon Phi
Sorority.
Also announced at the formal
were the new chapter officers
They are Don Sider, president;
David Ken in. vice president; Mor-
ris Bhimenthal. treasurer; Alan
Greenberg. historian; Malcolm __
! Stein, secretary; and Stanley Gold- fci T^IF *T~
I stein, member at -large
Chapter award winners were Jer-1
ry Herman, winner of the ZBT Weet Miami Jewish Center will have a )""
^ .^!!li^ardwr th!Jeoood S^day ev-ming. May 31*4. Shown at right ow
year, and Louis Myers, who won m, ^ iw AlW0*^.
the Scholarship cup and jointly Mrs. A. J. PauL dorwra of the Scroll of W ^tf
won the athletic trophy with Bon- Center president, and Rabbi Alfred Waxnao. n
^Albert i look ou.
j3 M. 4


[Between You and Me'
By BORIS SMOLAR
(C'orarrixhL 15I, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
INGTON NOT1S: All indi- tain th.t it cannot be ignored when
[now point to the fact that
nerican Government may
sending arms to Egypt
quantities Also that
Iapplication for arms, which
V "frozen" for a long time,
Lily be acted upon Both
s will have to give defin-
antees that they will not
American arms against
her It is known here
Egyptian army has lately
a considerable' measure
lency, thanks to its many
1 instructors Therefore,
Washington circles are of
nion that the US Govern-
lust enable Israel, too, to
pe its defenses in order to
Htary power in the Middle
iperly balanced Pro-
Elements in Washington
It that the British military
|>w in Egypt will probably
pted in the not too distant
Jordan, thus strengthen-
lan vis-a-vis Israel .
| other hand, speculation is
Washington of the possibil-
hcnati
mm Egypt to the Israel
p: the Negev where there
I of wasteland which could
made available for mili-
ts However, it is also
hat the evacuation of the
loops from Palestine is
ecent in the mind of the
i allow the return of these
dw under a different ar-
t The belief exists
it a question of Ameri-
k, the idea might be a lit-
I palatable The Negev
pt wasteland right between
racl. Jordan, Saudi Arab-
I Suez Canal area, tinging
the need for military bases is so
great .
COMMUNAL AFFAIRS: The
United Jewish Appeal campaign is
going very well in most of the com-
munities ... A Big Gift meeting
in Detroit brought $2,518,000 in
Pledges, which is 12 percent more
from the group than last year
A Special Gift meeting in Cleve-
land resulted in pledges totalling
over $2,000,000, which is an in
crease of 14 percent over the
amount contributed by the same
persons last year ... in Los Angel-
es, about $1,900,000 were raised
from contributors who gave $1 600 -
sTr^31" In Philadelphia,
$1,800,000 were raised from per-
sons who gave $1,580,000 last year
J In Newark, a Big Gifts meet-
ing brought about $500,000, or 37
percent more than last year .
Additional gifts there bring the
total to date to over $1,000,000, a
Kirvnr tn lha i.......,1 ritlc _..u delivers Big
urns meeting surpassed 1952 by
ten percent, with pledges totalling
more than $410,000 Milwau-
kee's Big Gift meeting topped those
of 1952 by 15 percent Hart-
ford s Big Gift meeting brought
$400,000 in pledges, which is about
$20,000, more than last year
Also ahead of last year are Mem-
phis, Houston, Peoria, Dallas, Lou-
isville, San Diego, Norfolk, Duluth,
Albany, Savannah, Springfield,
Phoenix, Seattle, Kansas City, Rich-
L* domg better this year
country^ 9" S a" P'rts S
hLfEI based on Ufe Israel
States during the last two years
The latest is The Juggler a
who sent his cameras and more
han a dozen American film actors
^Israel to produce an emotional
movie which Columbia Pictures is
now presenting throughout this
country ... The film deals with
a victim of the Nazi concentration
camps who reaches Israel while he
is still under the impact of the
torture suffered under the Nazis
.It shows the compassion and
brotherly love which the people of
Israel offer such victims ... And
it gives a vivid picture of how
young and old Nazi victims soon
adjust themselves to a new and
free life in Israel ... The central
role is played by Kirk Douglas who
gives an excellent portrayal of the
Nazi victim, a former well-known,
juggler in Germany who paid dear-
ly for believing that the Nazis
would disregard his being, a Jew
... He is supported by an ail-
American cast, with the exception
of Milly Vitale the girl in a
kibbutz who falls in love with him
and helps to bring back to a nor-
mal life ... The mass scenes are
all of Israelis, and one is very much
impressed with the local scenery
of Israel towns, villages and valleys
which forms the background of
the film .
PAGE 9 A

Miss Lillian Goodman will head
. _. <#- the I. R. Goodman Group of Ha-
mon Trenton and numerous oth- dassah as president during' the en-
Lillian Goodman To
Head I. R. Goodman
Hadassah Group
TRIPLE BIRTHDAY PARTY. Three birthdays in the family of
Councilman Harold Turk of Miami Beach (center) were cele-
brated at a recent party in the Turk home. Mrs. Harold Turk
(left) her sister. Mrs. Stanley E. Schwartz (right), and the Turks'
son, Jonathan (front center), all with birthdays in the past few
days, shared honors when the festive cake was cut.
th/lnl i,' ft NfW YorkcHs~"in"year' Elections were held
TZlflt a'rea.Ky Prov,ded Is" last w* in the Ritz Plaza Hotel
iterranean with th7 lied cash *tSS UW SKPJN ^"v^" m *"">" Vgel
er financial secretary; Mrs. H. | with Julia Jacobs, Molly Katz and
Pfeiffer. recording secretary; and | Mrs. F. Levin participating. A spe-
Mrs. B. Rappaport, corresponding
secretary.
The election meeting featured a
Fifth Anniversary of Israel skit.
cial presentation was by Mrs. Sol
Posner, with Miss Goodman dis-
cussing the significance of the Is-
rael Bond issue.
lee TURK
We or* pleased and honored to join with thousands of
ouncilman Harold Turk's friends in endorsing, supporting and
forking for his re-election.
Mr. Turk's record of accomplishments has distinguished him
1 an outstanding mayor and councilman. He has made invalu-
sle contributions to the welfare of our community by his prc-
rom of civic planning, promotion of business and civic better-
ment.
1 We need his continued unselfish and experienced service.
ft URGE THE RE-ELECTION OF TURK.
fcrence Abramion
J" Weinkle
Charming
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Morria Ooldin
Sam Lachman
Irving Firtel
Harry Sou
Saul Qanat
Samuel W. Shapiro
Harry Cohan
Gaorge J. Bertman
Leon Andre Rapae
Dr. David S. Andron
Mre. Freda Newman
Michael Greenbaum
Natalla H. Wohl
Mr, and Mr*. Law Simmi
Mrt. Bill)* Wlen
Mrs. Norman Babel
Mr. and Mr*. Benjamin Appel
Lillian Goodman
Aba Aronovltz
Helen Sander*
Mr. and Mra. Louie Mareu*
Evelyn Aroneon
Mr*. E ate lie Scope
Capt. Jack Cohan
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Ed Singer
Qi'bert Goldman
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Max Boderman
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Harry Levine
Arthur Horowitz
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Faya Scheaffer
Sam Llpton
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Emanuel Goldatrich
Roiemary Kaplan
Dr. Jandon Schwarz
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ILL LEVER 14 ON JUNE 2nd
Meet Harold Turk ...
MAYOR two years. Councilman six years.
SERVED As Chairman: Public Relations Committee. Confer-
ence of Christians and Jews; Community Chest, Red Cioss
and March of Dimes drives.
As Director: Lighthouse for the Blind, Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, Hebrew Academy.
As President: B'nai B'rith Lodge, Metropolitan Council of B'nai
B'rith Lodges, Cuba Day Committee.
AT PRESENT: National Hillel Commissioner, Brandeis Uni-
versity Board of Fellows; Member, Inter-American Trade
Mart Advisory Committee, Chamber of Commerce, Jaycees,
Civic League, Exchange Club. Young Democrats, Jewish
Community Center, Temple Beth Sholem, Beth Jacob, Beth
Tfilah, Elks, Moose, Odd Fellows, Masons, Shriners.
ATTORNEY, practicing since 1938, member Miami Beach, Dade
County and State Bar Associations.
RESIDENT Miami Beach since 1937, married, father of three
children.
(Pd.rmiQiAdv.)
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PAGE 10 A
Leonore Weidberg's Betrothal To
Allen Freehling Told By Her Parents
Mr. and Mrs. Naphtali A. Weidberg. of 20 Seviila *""*J*j|
Gables, have announced the engagement of their daughter Leonore
Judith, to Mr. Allen I. Freehling. son of Mr. and Mrs Jerome E. rreen
ling. 1231 SVV 19th Terrace. Miami. cm,i
Miss Weidberg. a graduate of Ponce de Leon Senior Huh Sehoo .
is a senior at the University of Miami, where she has served as presi-
dent of Alpha Lambda Delta, fresh-
man scolastic honorary. Sigma
Lambda Phi. service sorority, and
the Intercollegiate Zionist Federa-
tion of America.
She is also a member of Alpha
Sigma Upsilon. leadership society.
Beta Beta Beta, biology honorary-.
Delta Theta Mu. liberal arts soci-
ety, and Pi Mu Epsilon. mathemat-
ics honorary.
Named the outstanding fresh-
man woman of 1951 and the out-
standing sophomore woman of
1952. she has recently been initi-
ated into the highest women's hon
orary society on the campus. Nu
Kappa Tau. The bride-elect is ma-
joring in chemistry and will re-
ceive her degree and teaching cer-
tificate next February-
After graduating from Miami
Senior High School. Mr. Freehling
attended the University of Ala-
bama, where he was named the
outstanding freshman in the radio
department in 1949. and served as
news director for WABP. public re-
lations director for the student
government, assistant sports edi-
tor on the Crimson White, member
of the Pershing Rifles ROTC Or-
ganization and represented his so-,
cial fraternity. Sigma Alpha Mu.
on the Inter-Fraternity Council.
He transfered to I'M in 1951 and j
became student press secretary He Miss Marcelle Carolyn Schwartz
was elected vice president of the and Alvin J. Steinberg were mar-
Personalty
Speaking .
Double Ring'Ceremony Ui
FRIDAY.
MAyJ
miklnston
Miss Isatn Wtidhtr9
Mr and Mn Aaron Bellinkoff, (
of 561 SW 7th Street, announce
the birth of their son, Abraham,;
on Mav 10th. at Mount Sinai Hos-,
pital. The Briss took place on May ,
17th, at their home, with Reverend
Abraham Seif officiating. God par- (
ents were Mr. and Mrs Abraham
1 Krofetz. of 1665 NW North River
Drive, Miami. Sandek was Joseph
Graff, of 842 SW 13th Court
to Mr and Mrs. Norman Goldstein,
of 431 SW 7th Avenue. Miami, an-
nounce the birth of their son. Dav-
i id Lawrence, on May 10th. at Mer- J
\a Hospital. The Briss took place
! on May 17th. with Reverend Abra- i
ham Seif officiating. Sandek was
Louis Schwartz, of Hollywood. Flor- j
ida. Godparents were Norman,
Prafin and Mrs. Margaret Berman. |
j Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Si-
mon Berman. of 905 Algeria Ave-
nue. Coral Gables, and Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Prafin, of New York.
Bob Shevin. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Aaron Shevin. 1844 SW 13th Street.
( has been elected president of Pi
Lambda Phi Fraternity A sopho-
more at the University of Florida,
he is a member of the Florida Blue
Key Speakers' Bureau, vice presi
I dent of the Student Religious As-
tsociation and a member of Hillel.
y-s>
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Miss Schwartz Weds Alvin Steinberg
Student Body. 1952 Homecoming
chairman and publicity director
announcer for the I'M's Band Of
The Hour. He is a member of Iron
Arrow, the university's highest
men's honorary. Omicron Delta
Kappa, national leadership society.
Arnold Air ROTC Society. Alpha
Phi Omega, service fraternity, and
i listed in Who'.- Who In Ameri-
can Colleges And Universities. Mr
Freehling is now program coordin
ator for a National Conference of
( QiistiatH and Jews radio series
and is associated with Stylaneze.
Inc.. of Miami. He will receive his
degree as a government major next
month.
The young couple will be mar
ried in July.
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Formal Wear
that It freihly
cleaned, amartly
styled, properly
fitted.
Complete outfit*
Including shoe*.
ried on Sunday at the Roney Plaza
Hotel A shell-type floral canopy-
formed the setting for the cere-
mony.
The bride is ::ie daughter of na-
tive Miamians Mr. and Mrs. Nath-
an Schwartz. 1941 Liberty Avenue.
Miami Beach The groom is the
.on of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Stein-
berg. Washington. DC.
NYwlywed Mrs. Steinberg was at-
tired in a gown of chantilly lace
over white satin designed by a
, cousin of the bridegroom. The lace
| bodice, with full lace peplum. was
'joined to a bouffant tulle skirt
A pearl and rhinestone crown
held in place her fingertip illus-
ion veil. Calla lillies and lily-of-
the-valley formed the bridal bou-
: quet.
Matron of honor was Mrs. George
Zitelman. Miami and Silver
Springs. Maryland. Jack Steinberg
was his brother's best man. Junior
ushers, cousins of the bride, were
Paul and Stephen Levine and their
young brother, Robert, was ring
bearer.
A wedding breakfast in the Im-
perial Room of the hotel followed
the ceremony. The Steinbergs will
spend their honeymoon in the Ca-
ribbean and make their home at
the Dorchester House, Washington.
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will hold a membership tea on
Tuesday, May 26th. 1:30 p.m. at
the Belmar Hotel. 2613 Collins Av-
enue, according to an announce-
ment this week by Mrs. Solomon B.
Goldman. 2489 Meridian Avenue.
Naness, Bennie Kanner On May v
A double ring ceremony united in marriage Mi
Naness. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Naness um
nue. and Bennie Kanner, son of Mr. and Mrs Sam kuu? ,
Venetian Way. San Marco bland, and Stuart. Florida ii
17th. at Lincoln Manor. Rabbi Moses Meschcloff offleZsl
marriage by her parents, the bride chose a lace and nylon tiu"1
gown with white imported chan-
tilly lace appliqued into a bouffant
nylon skirt over satin. Illusion
tulle filled in the scalloped off-
shoulder neckline bordered with
tiny seed pearls. A tiara of seed
pearls and silver beads held her
cathedral-length veil in place. A
bridal Bible adorned with two
white orchids and a shower of
stephanotis completed her ensem-
ble.
Matron of honor, Mrs. Stanley B.
Kanner, sister-in-law of the bride-
groom, was attired in an irrides-
cent blue chiffon strapless gown
over taffeta with matching bolero.
She carried a pink feather carna-
tion bouquet centered with a pink
rose in a colonial arrangement.
The maid of honor. Miss Isabel
Pugatsky, wore a pastel gold silk
organza over taffeta gown with a
portrait neckline and carried a
colonial-style bouquet of yellow
carnations and blue delphinia cen-
tered with a yellow rose.
The bride's mother wore an aqua
chiffon over taffeta gown with sil-
ver beads adorning the bodice. The
groom's mother chose a rose silk
organza over taffeta gown with a
winged collar sprinkled with se-
quins. Both mothers wore corsages
of two light purple orchids.
Junior bridesmaids. Miss Dor-
othy Jessica Naness, sister of the
bride, and Miss Judy Goldberg,
cousin of the bridegroom, wore
matching pink taffeta gowns with
balloon-effect hemlines and car-
ried matching colonial style bou-
quets of pink carnations. Sister
of the bride. Miss Joyce Irene Nan-
ess, was the flower girl and was
dressed in a pink silk and satin
dress. Honor guest from New York
was the bride's grandfather, Israel
Naness. Stanley B. Kanner, broth-
er of the bridegroom, was best
man. Ushers were First Lieuten-
I ant Charles H. Naness and Sidney
. Naness, brothers of the bride;
Charles Hochman, cousin of the
bride: and Seymour Somerstein,
cousin of the bridegroom. Spencer
Kanner, nephew of the bride-
groom, was the ringbearer. Mrs.
Lillian Nelson was soloist, and Hy
Fried was organist.
A reception and dinner followed
the ceremony at Lincoln Manor.
After their honeymoon on a cruise
to Havana and Veradaro Beach,
the couple will make their home
at 707 Osceola Avenue, Stuart,
A graduate of Miami Beach High
School, newlywed Mrs. Kanner at-
tended the University of Florida,
where she majored in music and j
was active in Florida Players, Ra-
dio Guild and Cavalettes. She was
also a member of Junior Hadassah.
Mrs. Beaiie las*
Masada. Young Adults an
B'rith Young Women.
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Grove Prep School, |
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V
Abbey Sfdrr i'hoto
Harold WHas
Utf Rifas Bar
bh At Temple
Tomorrow
Id Martin Rifas, son of Mr.
V David R. Rifas, 4635 Gra-
lulevard, Coral Gables, will
| Bar Mitzvah at Temple Is-
Saturday, May 23rd, at
lm. Dr. Joseph Narot will
Iceplion in ills honor will
fcce at the family residence
ay afternoon.
kg out-of-town guests here
Vent are Mr. and Mrs. Max
Mrs. Sam Friedel and
hie Meyer, of New York
I Mrs Irving Sevin, of Bev-
Us. California,
is an honor student at
1 Leon Junior High School.
Ardmore
Gerald Stanley Priedman,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Friedman, 1005 8th Street,
will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah
on Saturday, May 23rd, at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will of-
ficiate. A seventh grade
student at the Ida M. Fisher
Junior High School, Gerald
attends the Religious School
of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center.
t
Jwrence Basch, of 443
fth Avenue, Miami, is
ig from Miami High
and was awarded a
fship by the Massa-
Institute of Techndl-
1 Cambridge. He is the
Mr. and Mrs. M. C.
Ardmore
The Bar Mitzvah of David
Murray Baker, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis A. Baker, 530
15th Street, will take place at
the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter on Saturday, May 23rd.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
officiate. David is a seventh
grade student at the Ida M.
Fisher Junior High School
and attends the Religious
School of the Miami Beach t
Jdwieh Center.
PE&SONALLr
SPEAKING
Schoolmates at the Lear School
of Miami Beach helped Paula Sue
Roth celebrate her fifth birthday
last week. The daughter of Vice
Mayor and Mrs. Burnett Roth host-
ed the classmates of her kinder-
faawnnfa,tKthe..Party heldon the
awn of the school. Joining in the
festivities, m addition to her par-
ents and Mrs. Ida Lear, principal
were Ronald Berman, Donna Sch-
lossman, Joseph Cerniglia, Eli
Sandier, Stewart Hershey, Scott
Barnett Jill Tunic, Stephen Sut-
mck, Michael Ann Kunan, Jill jac-
obson, Mark Mangold, Victoria Mc-
Entyre, Vallis Fineberg, Carla
Roth and Eleanor Elliot.
"fr a it
Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Stahl
of 5161 SW 4.th Street, were enter-
tained on the occasion of their
25th wedding anniversary with a
family reception at home last Tues-
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Simon, of
1325 Sorolla, Coral Gables, enter-
tained for Mrs. Lester Toloff be-
fore her departure on a trip to
California. Mrs. Toloff will attend
the Bar Mitzvah of her nephew,
Stephen, and of his brother, Dan-
iel, in San Francisco. Among those
present at the Simon home were
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lelchuk, Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Levick, Mr. and
Mrs. Naphthali Weidberg, Dr. and
Mrs. A. Kipzen, Mr. and Mrs. Mey-
er Fine and Mrs. Rose Kaplan.
it ft ft
Dr. and Mrs. Abraham Kitzen, of
2230 SW 21st Terrace, are leaving
for a month's vacation in Philadel-
phia and Saratoga.
Warren Hinder Bar
Mitzvah Tomorrow
Warren Edward Binder, son of
Mr. and Mrs. A. Harold Binder.
2390 SW 23rd Street, will be Bar
Mitzvah tomorrow morning. May
23rd, at Beth David Congregation.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate.
Warren attends Shenandoah Jun-
ior High School, where he is in the
seventh grade. A reception in his
honor will follow at home on Sun-
day.
Among those attending will be
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Binder, of
Mattapan, Massachusetts, his pa-
ternal grandparents; Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Isaacson and children, of
Mattapan; and Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Resnick and son, Mrs. Louis
Segal and daughters and Mrs. I. H.
Waterman, all of Plymouth, Mas-
sachusetts.
PAGElift
Miss Shirty Ruth Brody
Brody, Silverblatt
Betrothal Told
Announcement of the engage-
ment of their daughter, Shirley
Ruth, to Dr. Marvin L. Silverblatt,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Sil-
verblatt, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,
was made here by Mr. and Mrs.
Herman A. Brody, 300 69th Street,
Miami Beach.
The bride-elect formerly attend-
ed the University of Miami and is
now a senior at the University of
Pittsburgh. Dr. Silverblatt is a
graduate of the UP School of Medi-
cine.
The couple plan a late summer
wedding. The bride-elect's partents
will spend the summer with her in
Pittsburgh and return here in the
fall.
Temple Israel Dinner Meeting
The 31st anual dinner meeting
of Temple Israel will be held on
Tuesday evening, May 26th, at 6
p.m. A buffet supper is scheduled
to follow, according to Benjamin
W. Slote. president.
Mrs. Stanley Silberman
Feldman, Silberman
Honeymoon Here
Miss Miriam Feldman and Stan-
ley Silberman were married at Lin-
coln Manor on May 3rd. Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff, spiritual leader
of Beth Jacob Congregation, offi-
ciated.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs.
Gertrude Feldman, 331 NE 20th
Street, and the late Charles Feld-
man. Miss Florence Marshall and
Mrs. Joel Someillian, sister of the
bridegroom, attended newlywed
Mrs. Silberman at the wedding.
Herbert Weiss was best man for
Mr. Silberman, who is the son of
Abraham Silberman, 5911 SW 13th
Street, and the late Mrs. Silber-
man.
A reception and dinner followed
the ceremony. The couple spent
their honeymoon at the Hotel Mar-
tinique penthouse. They will re-
side at 331 NE 20th Street.
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MIAMI. FLORIDA
FRIDAY. MAY 22, 1953
SEC. B
German-Arab League Relations!
Strained Over Reparations Pact
mSW***!;

largest floating crane in the Middle East recently install-
! is seen in Haifa, Israel, during loading and unloading op-
tions of heavy industrial equipment. Here, a small boat
jiown getting an air lift. Its most recent achievement was
unloading of a new monster generator weighing nearly
tons which arrived from the United States to help boost
jel's power supply.__________________________________________
\holar*hip8 To Camp Announced
Summer Camp Scholarship,Camp, National Young Judaea
nittcr of the Greater Miami
list Youth Commission, under
[chairmanship of S. A. Good-
has announced that Harry J.
; and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Par-
re presenting two scholarships ,
iimmer camps this season.
Zionist Youth Commission
Leaders Workshop and Camp and
the Israel Summer Tours.
"It is our hope," said Goodman,
"that by sending our young people
to summer camps such as the ones
we sponsor they will come back
better equipped to take their plac-
es in our community."
Working with Goodman are Sey-
scholarships to Camp Tel
j ux- iv .- t.,m. mour B. Liebman, Mrs. Belle Mil-
Udah National Young jler;Mr. A1 Hellman. Max Mangold.
Jership Training Camp, IZTA Mrs Alex Van strattan, Al Sher
Institute and Ten Day man and Harry J. Sonz.
BONN IN THE PACE OF de-
mands from Arab hotheads that a
boycott be instituted against West
Germany because she concluded
the Reparations Agreement with Is-
rael, the Arab League Council last
month deferred a decision on the
issue. With that act, it is though
here, the danger of a boycott has
in all likelihood passed. Individual
firms known to make deliveries to
Israel, may, however, be blacklist-
ed.
The avoidance of a general boy-
cott is mainly due to the attitude
of Egypt, it is learned from Ger-
man circles in close touch with
Middle Eastern affairs. They ex-
plain that General Naguib believes
the success of his industrialization
program to be dependent upon
German imports and German tech-
nical skill. The trade-minded Leb-
anon was also averse to the impo-
sition of a boycott, it is stated,
whereas Syria and Saudi Arabia
were the most vigorous pleaders
for it. This is attributed in part
to their resentment of Egypt's
claim to hegemony within the Arab
League, in part to Syrian fear of
Israel's intentions.
In connection with Egypt's in
dustrialization plans, four giants of
Ruhr heavy industry Krupp,
Demag, Gerro-Stahl and Gutehoff-
nungs have submitted bids to
participate in the creation of an
iron and steel industry on the
banks of the Nile. A German en-
y PAUL W. FREEDMAN
(Copyright, 15J, Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.)
gineering mission headed by Dr.
Pruss, director of the Ruhr Asso-
ciation, has been at Assuan for
several months to work out detail-
ed plans for the creation of a sec-
ond hydroelectric and irrigation
dam across the Nile, and under-
tifin *wft
6000ISJ
taking which would be the key
to the industrial and agricultural
development of Egypt. The Ger-
man experts point out that, in ad-
dition to their general know-how,
they have gathered from wartime
RAF raids on the German Moehne
and Scorpe dams invaluable experi-
ence in building dams that are
bomb proof.

AN UTTERLY UNREGENER-
ATE Nazi and Jew-baiting group
has been founded here under the
name of Protective And Defiant
Alliance Of Racist Germans
(Schutz-und Trutzbund der volki-
schen Deutschen). This designa-
tion, which is replete with Nazi
connotations, has been copied from
the Deutsch-volkische Schutz-und
Trutzbund, a proto-Nazi and rab-
idly anti-Semitic organization that
flourished in the Munich and Ba-
varia of the early twenties and, a
few years later, provided the ca-
dres of the up-and-coming Nazi
Party.
Head of the new group is Dr.
Rudigjer, a bitter-end Nazi who has
heretofore been active in the un-
derground movement, Bewegung
Reich, seven of whose leaders were
arrested in Westphalia last Fall on
charges of plotting to overthrow
the German Federal Republic.
Dr. Rudigjer has been a collab-
orator of that movement's Bavar-
ian mouthpiece, the journalist
Heinz Erich Krause of Oberau,
near Hitler's former eyrie at Ber-
chtesgaden, the site of which is
still a place of pilgrimage for tens
of thousands of Nazi sympathizers.
Krause has for some years spewed
forth the vilest Nazi and anti- Se-
mitic filth in his well-produced
Deutschland-Briew which, so as to
avoid a possible crackdown, has
lately listed a dummy Madrid ad-
dress on its masthead as place of
publication.

THE GERMAN SUPREME Court
has ordered the release of Eber-
hard Hawranke, a top figure in the
Free Corps Germany, which was
dissolved by the Federal Govern-
ment in February as a paramilitary
neo-Nazi organization plotting to
seize power by force. Of the six
ringleaders arrested at the time,
only one now remains in custody
in connection with the case.
The Free Corps Germany, which
had its headquarters in Hamburg,
consisted of unreconstructed and
militant Nazis who openly preach-
ed anti-Semitism and adhered to
the 25-point "revised program" of
the Nazi Party. Its fuhrer is Colo-
nel Hans Ulrich Rudel, the German
flying ace who, although now liv-
ing in Argentina, visits Germany
from time to time without diffi-
culty.
The February crackdown by the
Federal Government, which had
previously tolerated the Free Corps
Germany for 18 months, is attribu-
ted by political observers to the
example set by the British arrest
of the Naumann neo-Nazi conspira-
tors in January. The German au-
thorities wished to demonstrate, so
it is believed, that they could
stamp out militant neo-Nazi groups
without resorting to foreign aid.
PLANS ARE WELL advanced for
a German film dealing with the
fate of Hans and Sophie Scholl, a
heroic brother-and-sister student
team at Munich University who
were executed in 1943 for writing,
printing and distributing anti-Nazi
leaflets. With this film, which will
be produced with generous finan-
cial backing from the Berlin City
Government, German moviemak-
ers hope to score a prestige success
at international screen festivals.
Hans and Sophie Scholl were
driven to their inspiring defiance
of Hitlerism in large part by burn-
ing indignation against the perse-
cution, deportation and extermina-
tion of the Jews, an indignation to
which their leaflets eloquently tes-
tify. Yet the script of even this
film, which is being made primar-
ily for the sake of prestige abroad
rather than with an eye to the box
office, eschews all mention of Jews.
Otherwise, it is feared, the Ger-
man public as well as distributors
and moviehouse owners, would be
apt to boycott it.
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Dr. Mordecai M. Kaplan (center), Professor of Philosophies of
Religion at The Jewish Theological Seminary of America,
receives the first copy of the Mordecai M. Kaplan Jubilee Vol-
ume from Dr. Moshe Davis (right). Seminary Provost and editor
of the two-volume work, and Dr. Louis Finkelstein, Seminary
Chancellor (left). Dr. Kaplan received the volume shortly be-
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ed in 1950.



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Weinkle Again To Head Federation;
Annual Report Tallies $1,190,469
Carl Weinkle, head of Carl's Food Stores, was reeiected president
of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation at its 15th annual meeting
last Sunday night in the Empress Hotel.
Also named to serve on a second term as Federation officers were
Dan B. Ruskin. honorary president, and Charles Fruchtman. treasurer
Vice presidents elected include Sam Friedland, Howard Kane, Aaron
Kanner, Sidney Lefcourt and Stan
ley C. Myers. Named to the post
of secretary was Mrs. Fannie Selig.
The annual meeting featured a
tableau dedicated to Executive Di-
rector Morris Klass called This is
Your Federation Life and depict-
ing highlights of his career in the
field of community planning and
social welfare. Past presidents of
Federation during Klass' tenure of
office participated in the presen-
tation.
Included in the cast were Stan-
ley C. Meyers. Ben Bronston. Sam
Blank. William D. Singer. Jacob
Sber. Max Orovitz. Dan B. Ruskin.
Howard Kane and Carl Weinkle.
Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof wrote and di
rected the dramtic presentation.
Klass received numerous mes-
sages of greeting from national
leaders in the field of philanthropy
and social welfare, including per-
sonal tributes from Edward M. M.
Warburg and Dr. Joseph Schwartz,
of the United Jewish Appeal, and
Julian Freeman, president of the j drive to secure the needed pledges
Council of Jewish Federations and to achieve the 1953 goal of $1,398,-
Welfare Funds.
Campaign Chairman Howard
Kane, submitting his annual re-
000.
Announcement o f Federation
trustees was also made at the an-
port on the Combined Jewish Ap- nuai meeting. These include Sam
peal, announced that $1,190,469.89 81^^, Joseph Cherner, Moses
Ginsberg. Mrs. Louis Glasser. Dr.'
had been raised, exceeding last
year's pledge collections by $32.-
225
More than 400 members of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and their guests heard Rabbis Jos-
eph Narot and Mayer Abramowitz
deliver their personal tribute to
Klass who is resigning his post
after 12 years with Federation to
enter private business in Miami.
He received gifts from his fellow
Morris Goodman. Leon Jacobs, Abe
Kurman.
Marcie Liberman. Max Orovitz,
Joseph M. Rose. Herbert E. Scher.
Jacob Sher, William D. Singer. Har-
ry Sirkin and Joseph R. Stein.
Elective governors are:
M .i.i. k AnUn, Lea A' kei
Win. Aaranove, J* met Alt* : .
R K mam* Apt*, N.ml A^h-
is- n .z\ Leonard Bait, afn David
Fran I ker, It MeWIn Beck-
er, Sum lln-krllirin. Slilnry I.. Ilirn-
employees. from prominent cam- i,.,,. Herman Binder, Daniel Broad,
paign leaders and from the Jew-
ish community for his effort in be-
half of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal.
Kane presented the Worker Of-
The Year award to Joseph Mech-
low, chairman of the Restaurants
and Equipment Division, for his
year-round campaign activity in be-
half of the Appeal A special
award was also made to Mrs Faye
Ablin for her work as chairman of
the Patrons Division.
Weinkle subsequently announc-
ed that plans were being formu
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Miami Beach Masada and the Mi
ami Unit of Junior Hadassah will
jointly sponsor a Summer Camp
Scholarship Dance on Sunday. May
24th. 9 B.m.. at the Shelborne Ho-
tel, according to Elaine Schwartz-
man and Archie Goodwin, presi-
dents of the organization
Purpose of the dance will be to
raise enough money to send de-
serving teen agers to Camp Tel Ye-
hudah. the National Young Judaea
Leadership Training Camp, this
summer.
Working on the Scholarship
Dance are Elaine Schwartzman and
Eddie Oka, arrangements; Ruth
Dtxion and Lila Gross, publicity:
and Sam Soldinger and Pat and
Delores Pearl, door.
Joaeph N..:. :. '" U-ir.an i Hen, It Kurt
Pelser. DaWd Phillip* Mm I>a\id
Phillip*. Mr* Kerry Plaloff. Joaeph
I'oslol
Sam I"r.>l.rman, Jacob Ral.innw It*.
Mr.- Chariot Itainrr, Sam Renlok.
Jort-i'h A i'.ichter. I.eu Boat, Sam
Kos(, scymnur Kubln. Irvine; tiaal,
Ijiwreni'.- Sapero. John Serbln. Irv-
ine; Schatznian. Arnold S*-'lf-r. Henry
Srlllln. Mrs H. nr> S.-itlin. Sam Sr-U-
lln, Arthur Shandloff.
Ilai.li luiiii Shapiro. Sam Shapiro,
I. S Shapoff, Leu Shelncr, Max Sli.in-
man. AI Sherman, frrti K Shoohet.
Leon Slmkins. laldore B. Simkowlt*.
Harry Sim.inhoff. Mr*. Sam Slmon-
hoff. Mttton Sirkin. Mn. Milton Sir-
kin. Abe Soloako. Judge Harold 11
Spa^t. Jwomf Stern. Carl Suanklnd.
Mrs rarl Suaeklnd. Meyer Telgman.
Mr* Max TVnu'hin. Harold Thur-
man. I>avld Trau. f5u. Trau, Alex
Van Straatrn. Naphtali Weidber*. l>r
.! -. pb Wridbern, Aaron Weinkle,
Mr*. Irwin Weinstrln, Sam \Vel**eI,
I>r ('harles Wcrblow. Leonard Wlen.
Nathan Wlnokur, iinnr Z<-lix-r. Mr*.
Z.'.-z.r Harry Zukernlck. Ar-
Briek. Jaul A. Galhut. Mr Harrv
Queen, Beryl Morriana, Moil I* Mmoa
and Joan Wt M
Non-elective governors are:
K.ii i Mayer Abraojowlta, Mrs. BJ-n-
jamln Appel, Alex Aronoff, Ullbert J.
Halkin Meyer A Baakin, Mrs. l-eo
t'haikin. lien It. Cleln. Albert t'oman-
or. ir\uiK Cypan, Mn Mayar i-: U '-;.h K.-i.ias. Alex FoRel, Sam-
uel Oertner, Ktraim <;ale. Mr- Bai
Z:<.n liinsburK. Mm. l^oula K. Qold*
man.
Harry Oordoa, Mr*. Bernard Hoff-
man. Max HellslwrR. Mr*. Itea Jaf-
f- r, 1 red Jonas, Mr*. Fred Jonas. A.
.1 Kaplan, lrwln Kata. Mr*. Tana II
Kali, William Kneai.ler, Mrs Morrl*
Kogan. Iuts J. Kr.-nsky. Mrs. Louis
Krenskv Aba Kurman. Ralph Lach-
man. Mr* Harry Laufer.
In ag 1-ix, Mrs. rhlllp Ia-fkowit*.
Mi- .l.aii Lehman, Rabbi Irving l.h. i
man, S <" levenon. Mm. Nathaniel
I>evln. Seymour B l.lebman. Mrs. Joa-
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l, v c Myera, Maurlre Pearlsteln. Rab-
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Isadore S<-hwarta, Iuis Schwartx-
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Stiller. Elry Stone. Oeorite Tallanoff,
Mr- Mas Welix. I>.uIm Zelentz. Dr.
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I,oui* Phllli|>*. Herbert Slur. Mrs
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and larael Kre.-m.-in.
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South Shore Democratic Club signs its charter before
Court Judge Pat Cannon. Shown at the organizational i
which officially set the group into operation are (kit |
Mom Appel, Philip Zirnand. Cannon, Max Homer,
Kasxip. David Gkxser and Alfred Stone.
Him* MoHMtaim
1 amp<>v* Have
Opvn tiouHv
Blue Mountain Campers attended
an open house at the home of Mrs.
Feme Schwartz, 1975 Hawthorne
Avenue, on Sunday afternoon. Mrs.
Schwartz is the Florida representa-
tive for Blue Mountain Camp lo-
cated in East Stroudsburg, Penn-
sylvania.
The open house included ball
games for the boys and guided
listening to music for girls by Miss
Sandy Barson, camp counselor.
Overlooking the Delaware Water
Gap, Blue Mountain Camp wiil be
open for the Miami group next
month. According to Mrs Schwartz,
campers here will entrain on June
30th to spend their 8-week vaca-
tion. Blue Mountain has been in
operation for the past 34 years.
Mrs. Meyer Hear*
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of the Mothers Amilur,^
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retiring president.
Others installed were the I
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president; Benjamin Smehoo.3
president and recording m
Roy Robins, treasurer and I
secretary': Jack Bernard,
ponding secretary; and LnM
man, chaplain.
Leo Meyer, chairman ol thej
visory Board of the Order ajl
Molay, was yuest speaker.
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+*isirk>ricfic>n
in To Be Installed President Of
ch Lodge; Smothers Will Speak
iatioii
. j. Talianoff, Florida's f
famation League commis-
,nd retiring president of the
Miami Beach
Lodge of B'nai
B'rith, will be
honored at an
eighth annual
banquet of the
lodge in the Sax-
ony Hotel on Sun-
day evening, May
24th.
The event will
also mark the of-
ficial taking over
of the reins of the
organization b y
j Balkin, newly elected
knt. Balkin has been active
ai B'rith affairs and Jewish
knity work for many years.
Ihe eighth president to take
Preceding him were Talian-
imuel W. Shapiro, Godfrey
man, Harry Zukernick, Wal-
Kover, David R. Isen and
i J. Bertman.
ed State Senator George A.
krs is making a special trip
jver the principal address of
ening. It is expected to be
tie Senator's major address-
he year.
elected officers in addi-
Balkin are: vice presidents,

l'hi Delta Gamma
Installs Office
The Starlite Room of the Bis-
cayne Terrace Hotel was the scene
Sunday for an annual Mother's
Day luncheon at which members
of the Phi Delta Gamma Sorority
entertained. Mrs. Ernest Chernoff
installed new officers.
Inducted were president, Helene
Wexler; vice president, Judy Feld-
man; recording secretary, Bobby
Bass; corresponding secretaries,
Joan Deutsch and Irma Bain; treas-
urer, Thelma Weinstein; pledge-
mistress, Adrienne Belanoff; and
historian, Betty Coe.
In an original musicale, the fol-
lowing pledges took the oath of
membership: Marilyn Belanoff,
Helene Berzok, Sandra Hollander,
Adrienne Klapper and Joan Mar-
cus. Completing the afternoon's
program were vocal selections by
Mrs. B. Cohen, Roberta Weiner and
Evie Birman.
;/
Ceorje A. Smothers
bi Irving Lehrman, of the Miami
Beach Jewish Community Center,
and Rabbi Leon Kronish, of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom, are among the
spiritual leaders here who will at-
tend.
The Reservations Committee are
Seiderman, chairman, Jack J. Gold,
Godfrey Newman, Alan Goldberg,
Saul Genet, Irving Schatzman, Wal-
ter C. Kovner, Harry Zukernick,
Peter F. Heller, Gershon' Miller,
Abe Frankel, Sam A. Goldstein and
Joseph Kogos.
Fran Bloom Named
Sweatheart Of Tau
Epsilon Phi Frat
The Sweetheart Formal of Tau
Epsilon Phi Fraternity, Tau Xi
Chapter of the University of Mi-
ami, was held last week at the
Casablanca Hotel.
Miss Fran Bloom was named creative workshops are Gil Rappa-
sweetheart of the chapter. She was port, of Miami Beach, assistant di-
crowned by last year's sweetheart, j rector of the Southern Zionist
Mrs. Jerome SchwarUman, the | Youth Commission; and Miriam
former Betty Fiedler. Miss Bloom ; Scheinberg, of Miami, city director
Judaeans Convene
At Camp Blue Star
Approximately 150 Senior Ju-
daeans, representing 30 chapters
in seven Southern states, will gath-
er at Camp Blue Star, Henderson-
ville, North Carolina, from June
9th through 16th, to attend their
annual summer seven-day camp
and convention, according to a re-
lease issued by Carol Freedenthal,
of Atlanta, president of Southern
Senior Judaea Region.
Highlights of the seven-day con-
ference will include competition in
debates, choral singing and folk
dancing to determine which South-
ern Judaeans will represent the
South at the National Convention
to take place in late summer at the
National Young Judaea Camp, Tel
Yehudah, Tolland, Massachusetts.
A staff of some thirty adults
will direct the educational and rec-
reational program. Among those
expected to lead discussion and
Jew* demand service in the Burkher Guard. From the film-
strip, The Jews Settle In New Amsterdam1654, reprinted in
the Sisterhood Art Calendar.
Sisterhoods Mark Tercentenary
With Publication Of Art Calendar
Because the year 1954 marks the tercentenary of Jewish settle-
ment in North America, the Art Calendar for the Jewish year 5714
(1953-54), published by the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods,
is dedicated to three hundred years of Jewish life and achievement on
this continent.
The National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods, which publishes
the Art Calendar annually, is com
prised of more than 85,00 members
in 480 Sisterhoods throughout the
United States and in cities of Can-
ada, Cuba, Panama, the United
Kingdom, Union of South Africa
and Australia. The Sisterhood
David Frank, there are six illus-
trations taken from filmstrips pro-
duced by the Commission on Jew-
ish Education of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations.
Three of the illustrations are from
The Jews Settle In New Amster-
Federation, the women's division i dam1654, and deal with import
of the Union of American Hebrew j ant aspects of Jewish life under
Congregations, the central organ-) the rule of Peter Stuyvesant. The
ization of Liberal Judaism in Amer-, other three are taken from, Isaac
ica, is also affiliated with the I Mayer WiseMaster Builder
World Union for Progressive Ju-
daism.
In addition to the reproduction
American Judaism, and deal with
the creation of the major institu-
tions of Liberal Judaism in the
of Sully's portrait of Rebecca Gratz j United States. The calendar notes
and a photograph of the Philadel-! both the secular and Jewish holi
phia home, in colonial times, of
days and
I readings.
lists the weekly Bible
from Akron, Ohio, has twice of
Greater Miami Zionist
Gilbert I. Befit in
kt Beckerman. Jules P. Chan
[jack J. Gold and Gershon
recording secretary, Mich-
Sossin;" treasurer, Irving
gman; financial secretary,
Stein; monitor, George J.
loft'; assistant monitor, Meyer
warden, Abe Frankel;
liardian, Sol S. Goldstrom.
Btees are Harry Zukernick,
Seiderman, Sam A. Goldstein,
C. Kovner, Godfrey K. New-
Harold Turk, Jack August,
W. Shapiro and Joseph A.
Il Seiderman, chairman of the
pt Committee, said that Rab-
$w*ct

m Compare
[B10 *
rift a **"*
been president of her sorority, Al-
pha Epsilon Phi, is past secretary
of the Student Association and be-
longs to Nu Kappa Tau, highest
women's honorary. Alpha Sigma
Upsilon, inter-fraternity leadership
group, Sigma Lamda Phi, service
sorority, Alpha Lamda Delta,
scholarship sorority, Delta Theta
Mu, liberal arts honorary, and is
associate editor of Ibis.
Her court of honor consisted of
Miss Peggy Gold, Miss Flora Ster-
ling and Miss Barbara Kagen.
The committee in charge of the
affair included Jerome Schwartz-
man, chairman, and Richard Gill-
man, Burton Levey and Robert
Hellman.
The Melvin Singer Memorial
Award to the outstanding active
brother was given to Dick Gillman.
The Best Athlete Award was given
to Bob Weissman. The Scholarship
Award went to Matt Becker. A
Chancellor's Key was presented to
Burt Levey, outgoing chancellor. A
meritorious service key and ci'.r-
tion was presented to Norman Rut-
kin for active service rendered the
chapter as alumnae advisor. Rut-
kin is a graduate eftfae University
of Connecticut and a local attorney.
Newly elected officers of the fra-
ternity were guests and they are
as followsi AinseUee Plrede, presi-
dent; Matt Becker, vice president;
Ken Lennox, secretary; and Mar-
vin Gerber, corresponding secre-
tary.
Confirmation At
Miami School
The annual confirmation exer-
cises of the Miami Hebrew School
and Congregation will take place
on Sunday evening, May 24th, at
8 p.m.
The confirmands are Anton
Chaplin, Richard Clein, Marlene
Duchon, George Isaacs, Martha
Fuher and Jane Neustem.
Rabbi Simon April, spiritual
leader, will address the con-
firmands who are scheduled to re-
ceive gifts of BiWes and certifi-
cates.
Youth Commission.
Gables Sisterhood Meet
The Sisterhood of Coral Gables
Jewish Center will meet on Mon-
day, May 25th, at 8:30 p.m. Elec-
tion of officers will take place. Mrs.
Sam Schulefand, outgoing presi-
dent, will chair the program.
I Tropical Lodge Meeting
Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith
members held a business meeting
and bowling party at Brunswick
Bowland on Tuesday, 8:30 p.m. Ath-
letic chairman is Irwin Goldoff.
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MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER ices 15 pm_ wwA Rabat Mor-
wiH heM Friday mwi services rw Stay ifTiif Dr Doaaid
at 6-JB pjL. wsth Rabat Lta{ Mwhrawm. dwactar of the Career
T hnami iflkwm Satarday ,$*y *** HtUd Fiwfclnr
rr. euiag *eike are at 9 ul. will be guest sweater. Subject of
whea the Rabat will dma the to daeoaeae irspawliaas: Jew
Weekly Portion. The Bar Mazvwtk i*a Yoath Tedey Aad Tiiwr
c: David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lao-. Saturday rmmt servaes are at
ii Baker, aad Gerald, saa of Mr. BBS am. whan aniiirt of the
and Mrs. Sam FYsedaua. ami take 1 O
pace. Caaior Dmd Sirrenaaa iU i the
render the mill portions of the aad the 0
liturgy. Daily mikes are ib the dnceuoa of Leoa
chapel at < ta. aad at < 45 ^a the
HIALEABmMAMI SPRINGS HOLLYWOOD JEWISH COM
JEWISH COMMUMfTY CENTER WUNfTY CEMTER aill hold Frtda>
ail hatd Friday i iimii aertaes evening atr*tci at 8 30 prr. with
a: 8 15 p as., wah Remaned Lao Rabbi Dsvm Shapiro offsaaung
Hraa ^^-nt aad inaiihhn oa aad itm aaai Do Names Have
the topic: Jewish Existectianszri tSMwflraaee KhMash anil be re-
Aj A Caatrtfcatioa To Maakssd. cited by Clifford Res*. Cheataig
Mr aad Mrs Phillip Lyons will be the liturgy vill be Caator Joseph
follow- W Maiak
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OwwmtW, I*ii SW 1.-J Alt..
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B*t EDr. ~a i >li i Sw.rtkjr. Or-
". Are. Miami
Hl Rib* ** llMcbtMI.
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Shaimw-Saaai U UWnl 44 CIim Art.. M B
Ma TttaahRaaM Jph Rac-koT-
*j. Or..So*n M( Eacha Ace.. Mi-
ami Beach.
Caws aiil assist carai 6i>m imt mth saotv u*-
erai. i* I'tlivao Av. C liikWa.
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the xir i.-4 a. MUaaa.
ami reader F JJC -<*-* N* 5i* P'-a<*.
Uian Acmmv- RaWM A>xaa4r
Groaa. Orthodox, ; ilk M. X.B.
Hialaia. Miami Sannaa Rercrawa
L- Hub. Conaw iiiiw. J1 K. 4th
An Hj'Mk
HaWjmna OwarrvatiT*. MM polk
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laraaota Caatar Rabbi Abraham
?*rha. Coawmlh'. I1M SW !th
Trr. Mhal
Kaaattti laraaiRabbi Abraham Caa-
aai. Orthodox. 1411 Elarttd Are,
Miami 'Beach.
Rabbi Irrlnx L*hr-nan.
re. 1T1 Waah. At* MB.
of the litargy
As Owe* jhabbN aill I Miami llak^i tclai itabbt Bbm
A^rtl Orthodox, 5S SW ;rtk Ar,
bts at the Oaag
log Saturday morning jerixes foUoa. with Mr. and Mrs. Frank
are at 9 am The Center will bold Margabes serriag as bos* Satur "r?}f* "'^Z1"?'SZ~? ?? J*'E
. _. \Twa*. .North Miami fmarb
open boose oa Saturday evening day raortaag sendees are at 9 Nn, o-Raktx Harr kv nr
a: 8 pa. 'am. Btatial Mardechai Halman rwaaaj.ttMa,.imWJ w. b.x.t Bbzh
| aill assmt Rabbi Stapjro Junior s^'" s*>7?-RabbiL Mar*r Abraaw-
ta. c-bm**rra(K. CM TJtb St..
neaatkai nnxti are at 9 30 | ..,
and wiii be condacted by Her- Tamb

TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami aill
hold Friday eaeaaag ttnuei at
PAL, wuh Dr Joseph R. \arot Maw Shapiro
officiating aad diaratsing: The *
Real Miracle Of The Bibb? Sat YOUM6 ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
urcay raorauhf: seikes are at 11 will hold Friday eveaatg services
am. when the Bar Mitzvah of Har- a: 6-JO p m. Saturday morning r-Jg ,
hVd. mm of Mr. and Mrs. David R. services are at 830 aua. Mtwh ZamaraRciarmm Ruoott Brni. con-
laaa*>~Dr Jommh NaroL R*-
::- XK lth St.. MlamL
larmM CM* N. Miami Arc .
Miami
*t .li-RlU': A'.!re4 Wumu.
Cliaii--ativ. 5TM SW lTth St..
Miami.
Yojng fa-a*l Ortbdox. 4M1 Cbaaa
Sunshine Biscuit Inc.. of Long Island City bakm.
Unsalted Krispy Crackars. bos announced tba?^
Goehnan will again supervise the baking of the Ka.
ers to see that they conform in every way with it
EaRlNuth. Rabbi Goelman. who barbeen^coTecS ^S
Sunshine Bakery for many years, will be the r*raarl!i I
ruth supervisor in the pkmL Rabbi Goelman is arZS
the Rabbinical Board of New York and is the spiriSS
of Congregation Mount Zion Anshe Ernes in New YT
assure the pubhc that Sunshine Unsalted Krispy Ct^Z
baked under Rabbinical supervision, every packaoe IT
crackers will bear the two letters. RS.
Riias. wul take place.
ess
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION .:i hold Fridaj evening
es si 6 15 p m. Satordayr
saaaiag sen-sees are at 80 am.
will be at 6JO p.m. followed by
Shake Seudos under the sponsor-
ship of Herman and Morris Berk
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
ttve.
Gaba
Zamora Ave.. Coral
Warren, son of Mr. and Mrs. Har-
old A. Binder, aill take place. Rab-
bi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice
Friday evening services at 6.45 Mamches will officiate Mincha is
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Rabbi Abraham Cassel aill Saturday morning senices ,, 6:15 pBL followed by
Shalos
Seudos and a discussion on Ethics
sad preieet the sermon are at 8 30 am. when Rabbi Mor-
=am Sed -iU render ton Malavsky wul officiate and dis- ofOur Fathers Daily services "are
acal portions of the taargy cuss The Tabernacle. Mincha L* lt 7:3o a m and at 6:30 p m Mr
are a: 8 am, and at 6 45 p.m.. followed by Shalos ,, Mrs wmklemsn and Mr. and
BwamSJ
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN
"ER -
THE HEBBEW TEACHERS
ASSOCIATION OF
GREATER MIAMI
Mrs Binder will sponsor the floral
offerings.
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BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will bold Friday evening services
at 6 45 p.m. Saturday morning
services are at 8:30 in. Rabbi
Moses Mescbeloff will officiate and
?Tl^- *Jl 5^^- "* tk* "*Uy Portion Can-
tor Aaron Weingarten will render
the arical portions of the liturgy
Junior coagregation sen ices are at
9 am., under the direction of Ben-
FLAGLERGRANADA JEWISH janun Kaminetzky Mincha will be
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold at 6:45 pa, followed by Shalos
Saturday aawnmg services at 9 Seudos. Rabbi Mescbeloff wul
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
h !d Friday evening semces at
: sundown Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8.30 am. with Dr.
Sassaryahu Swirsky officiating and
discussing the Weekly Portion A
Seados. Junior services
Academy Hall at 10 arc.
are in
when Stuart Jay Edekman and speak Daily services are at 7 and
Kaa Supbaas will become Bar 8 am., and at 6 45 p m
Mitrvah. Caator EUas Cerner and-------------------------------
Dr Joseph Harwra win officiate
BETH DAVrD SYNAGOGUE will
hoM Friday evening sarvKsa M
6 30 pjn
B'nai B nth Women Meet
B'nai BYith Women of Miami
will meet on Wednesday, May 27th.
12 noon, at Howard Johnsons 37th
ices are M 9 am* whan the Bar ATenu and Sooth West Bth Street,
Mravoth of Winism. as of Mr. dessert luncheon. Funds col-
sad Mrs Arthur wmkleman. and lert*B re earmarked for the
group's philanthropic and civic
protects. In charge of reservations
are the Mesdames Leon An dress.
Minna Levine and A Z Alpert
Young Israel Plans
Expansion Program
Members of Young Israel Syna-
gogue met last week to formulate
plans for an expansion program,
according to Solomon Lobel. presi-
dent.
Lobel said that immediate plans
call for a survey of sites here.
Chairman of the committee is Dav-
id Goldstein.
Among those sening include
Samuel Sakols. Jacob Kaufman.
Benjamin Sherry. Simon Kleiman
and Morris Weinstein.
Mrs. Rose Lobel was hostess dur-
ing the meeting
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ftolf a Plil Epsllon
Concludes Season
The Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority
Mother's Club held its last meeting
of the year at a luncheon in the
Sagamore Hotel.
New officers elected for next
year were president, Mrs. Irving
Stein; vice president, Mrs. Jack
Muravchick; corresponding secre-
tary, Mrs. Morris Kaganov; record-
ing secretary, Mrs. Joseph Barson;
and treasurer, Mrs. Harry Orlin.
New officers were installed by
the outgoing president, Mrs.
Charles Ludwig.
Advisory Committee members
are Mrs. Saunders Karger and Mrs.
David Berry. The Social Commit-
tee includes Mrs. Samuel Neiberg
and Mrs. Joseph Milgram, with
Mrs. Abraham Safra acting as pub-
licity chairman.
anderous equipment is now punctuating the once bleak
arizon of the new Jewish State. This machinery processes
bosphates which can be developed to yield about 600,000
kins annually.
\eaiure Talk
\n Zionism
fhe Coral Gables Zionist District
h hold its next regular meeting
{Thursday, May 28th, 8:30 p.m.,
|the Coral Gables Jewish Center.
ction of officers for the com-
ycar will be held.
he program will include a panel
ussion entitled, An American
Analyzes Zionist Philosophies.
icipating will be Rabbi Mor-
I Skop. of the Coral Gables Jew- nmU ,,,,.,,
Center, who will discuss the
ories of Achad HaAm, and Rab-
)avid Shapiro, of the Hollywood
pish Community Center, who
\\ speak on the philosophies of
zilian Political Zionism.
Vn open forum discussion will
^ow. Harold George Shapiro will
ve as moderator.
Miami AJC Plans
Installation
Mrs. William Sacker, reelected
CJFWF Napies Committees To Implement
Program; Nine Miamians Represented
NEW YORK Close to 400 Jew-, cies in working for maximum re-
ish community leaders, both vol-
unteer and professional from 86
cities throughout the United States
and Canada, have been appointed
to ten national committees of the
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds, it was announced
this week by Julian Freeman, In-
dianapolis, CJFWF president.
Composed of outstanding com-
munity leaders, the committees are
helping to carry out national poli-
cies formulated by the CJFWF
General Assembly in key areas of
Jewish community organization
and services. According to Free-
man, the committees and their
purposes are:
To strengthen cooperative rela-
tions between national and over-
seas agencies and local commun-
ities, to further coordination na-
tionally and locally for aid to Is-
sults from support provided by wel-
fare funds.
CJFWF will also attempt to car-
ry forward and complete studies of
local Jewish community organiza-
tion and to develop criteria and
principles for strengthening local
Jewish community organizations.
Other plans call for methods aim-
ed at assisting local federations,
welfare funds and community
councils jn developing greater par-
ticipation of women in communal
responsibilities throughout the
year and advising and consulting
with the CJFWF Institute on Over-
seas Studies.
Miamians named to committees
include: Stanley C. Myers, chair-
man, Budget and Finance Commit-
tee; Charles R. Jacobson, Campaign
and Community Interpretation
Committee; Harold Thurman, Com-
munity Organization Committee;
rael and to serve as liaison with
>ar nf the Jewish Agency and other agen- Stanley C. Myers, National-Local
president .for her second year of ------------------------------------f Relations Committee; Judge Har-
the Miami Chapter American Jew-1 old s t Personnel and Place-
ish ( ongress, will be installed at Hf. 4 oIh'II llVatls
For Honest And
Progressive Government
ON JUNE 2nd
PULL LEVER 16
VOTE FOR
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WHITNEY
candidate rot cirr council
I'.I Political Adv.)
Confirmation At
liable* Center
At the confirmation exercises on
Sunday, May 24th, 7:30 p.m., at the
Coral Gables Jewish Center, Rabbi
Morris A. Skop and Mrs. Joel Bel-
ov, teachers of the Class of 1953,
will present Certificates of Con-
firmation to:
Arthur Alexander, Janet Finkel-
hor, Marcia Gelder, Daniel Glosser,
Arlene Gross, Brian Harelik, Ber-
nard Kopelman, Toby Lurie, An-
Ratner,
Gail Richman and Harriet Sollo-
way.
A. Edgar Miller, outgoing presi-
dent of the Center, will present the
students gift Bibles. Rabbi Alfred
Waxman, of the West Miami Jew-
ish Center, will deliver the charge
and indicate the Teachers' Training
Program available for confirmands
of Greater Miami under the aus-
pipes of the Bureau of Jewitta Edu-
cation.
The Center Board will be hosts
at the reception following the ex-
ercises. Cantor Irving Robinson
and the choir under the direction
of Leon Shiff will render musical
selections.
a luncheon on Wednesday, May
27th, 12 p.m., in the Biscayne Ter-
race Hotel.
Other officers are the Mesdames
Harold Druker, Richard Touby and
Cele Kasov, vice presidents; Jos-
eph Feisman, treasurer; Edward B.
Harris, financial secretary; Sidney
Efronson, recording secretary; Wil-
liam Vejans, Rose Dushkin and A.
I. Saltzman, corresponding secre-
traies; and Joseph M. Fine, honor-
ary president.
A musical program by Mrs. Betty
Mendelsohn, accompanied by Mrs.
Olga B. Stern, pianist, is planned.
Edward Klein, attorney, will con-
> or. h Shore Men
The Men's Club of the North
Shore Jewish Center has re-elected
Dr. Sumner H. Cohen to serve a
second term as president.
Others are Frank Cohn, 1st vice
president; Lou Mendelsohn, 2nd
vice president; Al Goldstein, 3rd
vice president; Judge Albert Saper-
stein, secretary; Paul H. Press,
treasurer; Sam Feldman, financial
secretary; and Lawrence Mann, cor-
responding secretary.
Elected to the Board of Direc-
tors are Richard Elterman, Ezra
Feing6ld, Morris Fenster, Dan
ment Services Committee; Herbert
Scher, Regional Services Commit-
tee; Max C. Gettinger, Social Plan-
ning Committee; Mrs. Stanley C.
Myers, Social Planning Committee;
and Stanley C. Myers, chairman.
Community Organization Commit-
tee.
duct the installation. Mrs. Albert Harrison, Sol Raskin and Frank
Ladd is chairman. I Schneider.
Sunday School Picnic
West Miami Jewish Center will
hold a Sunday School picnic on
May 24th, at Homestead Bay front
Park. A convoy will leave the Cen-
ter at 10:30 a.m. Certificates of
promotion will be presented during
the picnic. _
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Israel''s Farmers Meet Needs
Despite Long-Term Drought
TEL AVIV
By ADA OREN
(Copyright. 1953. Jrwlsh Telegraphic A|k y. In.- )
Although Israel's ready producing pipe water.
agriculture, particularly in the Ne-
gev, was hard hit by drought and
other factors this year, the nation-
al food and feed-producing indus-
try of the nation is definitely on
its way to meeting the needs of
the state. In all ways improve-
ments are being made, and short-
ages of minerals and other mater-
ials are being met: even labor
shortages seem less intense.
To ensure proper handling and
maximum utilization, mechanical
equipment gradually passing from
Jewish Agency ownership into that
of smallholders is progressively
The JNF is continuing to remove
stones from good farmland, wash
away excess salt and drain the
Huleh marshes. In a few months,
a detailed survey of the crop suit-
ability of various parts of Israel
will be published. The network of
ers are growing rich in Israel.
Many of those who need it can rent
land and some machinery- from the
government, and they are being
taught modern methods and to im-
prove their water supply. They
continue to work hard, consume
little and save a lot.
The Army channels manpower
concentrated at regional stations ient personnel could handle in five
experimental stations is expanding i jnt0 agriculture by growing its own
rapidly, and its coordinating cen- vegetables, detailing some draftees
ter at Rehovoth is to move to more to specjai units which assist fron-
spacious grounds. |tjer settlements, manning experi-
A new soil conservation depart- mental stations in the southern
ment hopes to study all soil suit-; Negev on a voluntary basis by re-
able for intensive cultivation in | |ays of its teen age battalions and
ten years; it already received more I through the latter sending child-
requests for advice than its pres- nn (rom immigrant villages to the
owned by the villages. The short-
ages of insecticides, mineral feed
mixtures and chemical fertilizer is
becoming a thing of the past with
the gradual completion of chem-
ical plants at Haifa and Beersheba.
based on Negev and Read Sea
chemicals With the completion of
decades. It is gradually introduc-
ing contour plowing, restoring an-
cient terraces and putting an end
to excessive use of sparsely set-
tled land.
Villages (mainly Kibbutzim)
which rented Arab-abandoned land,
get new development loans only to
the new Sodom road, salt is again j replaced fodder grains by a four-
being quarried To alleviate the | year rotation of vegetables, sugar
desperate lack of manure, some
cities are implementing projects
for putting their garbage and sew-
age at the disposal of surrounding
farmland, and Huleh peat may soon
be added.
Pumps are bein installed to car-
, beets and legumes, requiring 15
times as much labor but less elab-
orate irrigation arrangements than
were popular hitherto. While
some agricultural land has been
requisitioned from Arabs for clos-
er settlement, ancient Jewish col-
ry to the Negev Tel Aviv's sewage onies part with their surplus lands
and water from her Yarkon river.
Experimartal dikes are being built
ti stOK both regional floods and
the Jordan headwaters for transfer
to the south. Considerable quan-
of good water at low depths
reward the efforts of drillers at
the country's southern tip. The
only for water and power installa
tions. Laws are being prepared to
forbid the diversion of arable soil
to other purposes and permit the
eviction from public land of set-
tlers who do not take their tasks
-(riously.
Rising unemployment in the
main object of rainmaking expen- c;ti- greatly reduced the tendency
ments is to lengthen the too short of immigrant settlers to desert or
and violent rainy season. A dew | neglect outlying locations. It is
measuring method evolved by an hoped that many of the hired
Israeli is being adopted all over j hands on various semi-public es-
the world. Overly salt water is; tates administering abandoned
diluted with sweet on an area bas- lands will become permanent set-
is. Springs and ancient cisterns tiers Immigrant families whose
are being reconditioned. Several
brand new pipe factories are al-
*5M> v*W yn tea
Rabbi JaMoh E. Rackovsky
MS Michigan A?nui
Miami Btach
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head is under 35 years of age can
now rent publicly financed housing
only in agricultural areas, while
townsmen get full severance pay
on resigning from jobs in public
institutions in order to settle on
the land. Middle class settlers
\ from abroad get easy loans and
j good soil, and some foreign Jews
i wishing to introduce new strains
have been granted leases on rela-
tively large tracts.
In spite of some disabilities un-
der which they start. Arab farm-
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growing number of agricultural
boarding schools. The first Arab
students were this year accepted
at a Hebrew-language agricultural
school as none exists as yet for the
Arabs.
All sorts of courses are also con-
ducted for adults, some of them
attended by foreigners under Unit-
ed Nations auspices. Some Israeli
specialists already instruct fish
breeders and foresters abroad. The
contribution of UN and American
experts to all fields of Israeli ag-
ricultural development is very ex-
tensive owing to the fact that Is-
rael is the only agriculturally un-
derdeveloped country in the world
able to state its needs clearly.
Frank Soew Need
For >*\v School
Having watched the growth in
population on Miami Beach as a
result of which the facilities of
Miami Beach High School are now
overtaxed. Councilman Bernard A.
Frank this week called attention
to the immediate need of another
high school for the Beach.
"The North Beach area is where
the new high school must be lo-
cated." Frank declared. "In order
to bring this about. I shall exert
every personal effort to secure a
junior and senior high school
there."
Frank said that it would mean
"reaching the Board of Public In-
struction, the County Commission,
and Governor's office. I fully in-
tend to reach each of these agen-
cies," he said.
Harold Shapiro, commander of Miami Peach Pott N
Jewish War Veterans, takes over the gavel from Danieli
as Lou Phillips, national executive committeeman of
looks on. Shapiro was installed last week at Ten-ou'i
Sholom.
Rabbi Shapiro Is
Cited By JM
The Jewish National Fund Coun-
cil of Greater Miami paid tribute I
to Rabbi David Shapiro at the first
Sabbath service which he conduct-1
ed as spiritual leader of the Holly-
wood Jewish Community Center.'
Sam Prosterman addressed the con-1
gregation.
Others who joined in the tribute '
were Benjamin Appel. Sam Schach
no, Abraham Mason. Ehiel Lesow-
ower, "Leon Ell. Cantor Samuel Kel-
emer, Manuel Burstein. Harold
Shapiro. Rose Pertes and Ella i I
Becker man.
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.interest produced in 1952" by the
National Council on Jewish Audio-
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The film was produced by the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
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Foundation, San Francisco. It is:
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:utives Leave
| Conference
Ljve directors of several
I Miami community welfare
Lions will leave today to
Lie National Conference of
[.Communal Service at the
^dor Hotel in Atlantic City
i 24th through 27th.
L heads who will attend
Iference include: Max C.
Lr, acting director of the
[Miami Jewish Federation;
Pearlstcin, executive di-
the Jewish Home for the
Albert Comanor, executive
of Jewish Social Service
and Efraim Gale, execu
ctor of the Greater Miami
Community Center.
attending sessions will be
tneider, head of Federa-
fades Division; Mrs. Ethel
Center Nursery School
or; Israel Silver, supervisor
Miami Branch, Greater Mi-
|sh Community Center; and
onson. Case Work super-
((!': will attend a session
kinistrative Problems Of
tor The Aged. Gettinger
licipate in a closed meet-
(ic subpect of Jewish Child
Schneider will attend a
In Problems Of The Func-
The Central Community
kill preside as chairman of
pion group on the subject
Center's Responsibility In
Center Members For
tural And Inter-Group Ex-
He will also attend a
lof the 15 iarge cities Jew-
|r executives.
PAGE 7 B
Hirsch To Speak At
Beach Center Adult Meet
Bob Stone, president of the
Young Adult Group of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center, announces
that the next meeting ot the group
will take place on Wednesday eve-
ning, May 27th, in the Center So-
cial Hall.
According to Ruthe Dixon, pro-
gram chairman, the meeting will
feature Sam Hirsch, of the Drama
Department at the University of
Miami. Hirsch will speak on: Ring
Theater And Its Productions.
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The State of Israel Bond Issue is helping to provide Israel with
fcxpanaed agricultural, industrial and transport facilities, it
was noted last week by Eric Johnston, chairman of the Inter-
national Development Advisory Board of the United States
Point Four Project, while in Israel inspecting the effectiveness
ot American aid to the new Republic. Mr. Johnston (riant),
former Administrator of the Economic Stabilization Agency,
is shown at the Jerusalem Shoe Corporation discussing the
production of footwear with the firm's president, Joseph Sugar-
man. In addition to the shoe plant. Mr. Johnston has visited
scores of other industrial and agricultural projects financed bv
the Israel Bond Issue.
Apartment Association
Picks New Directors
The Miami Beach Apartment As-
sociation has elected Ben Zion
Ginsburg. Leo Eisenstein, Joseph
Propper and Sigmund Schermer as
members of its Board of Directors,
it was announced by Alfred A. Les-
ser, president.
Mr. Ginsburg is 9 past president
and past chairman of the Board.
Eisenstein. Propper and Schermer
have been active for many years
in the city's apartment house in-
dustry, Lesser said.
Sadye G. Rose
211S CORAL WAY
Phone 4S-0781
Greeting Card* for
All Occasions
Stationery Na-
kim and Matchea
Plain or
Personalized
Paper Table Covert
and Towels
Olft Wrapping and
Ribbona
Toya and Party
Favors
School Suppliea
Oilts
We specialise In fust service for
announcements anil invitations
Engraved Thermographed Printed
tiowiing League
To Hold ilanquet
The Miami B'nai B'rith Women's
Bowling League held its first
annual banquet on Sunday evening
at the Club.
Trophies were awarded to high
scorers Miss Edith Rowan. Mrs.
Robert Merkin and Mrs. I. J. Coul-
ton.
Scheduled to receive small gold
statuettes for achievements were
the Mesdames Seymour Cohen,
Meyer Forer, Sidney Kaplan, Mil-
ton Sackett, Bernard Tytell and S.
Wolmetz.
Bowling League chairmen are
Mrs. Robert Merkin and Mrs. Sid-
ney Kaplan.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undcis.gned, dcs.ring i engage In
'.'.'''.7''.^.''':'' lh* fl'-t'tious n-ime of
CORONET MOTORS, LTD., at 915!
41st Street Miami Beach, intends to
remitter wud name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court ..f Dade Countv,
I lorida, .
CORONET MOTORS. INC.
-i-., rioiitla Corporation
lHEODOBE R. NELSON
Attorney for Applicant
One Lincoln Road Bide;.
Miami Reach. Fla
5.22-29 6/3-12
MIAMI TOP
SOIL CO.
WholeiaU and
Retail
Rough or Pulverised
Grade A. Soil
Phone 4-0335
EDWARD ALPEB
1813 S. W. 21st Terrace
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
that NEW YORK
TRIP WILL COST
YOU LESS
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
'J! J.HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORDA.
IN CHANCERY NO. 158860
ISABEL MARGOLIES OILL, Plaintiff,
SUm'.NER GILL. Defendant.
TO: SUM NEK GIL
160 Warwick Street
Methnen, Massachusetts
YOU ARE HEREBY required to
nerve a copy of your Answer to Plain-
tiff a Bill of Complaint lor Divorce on
Plaintiff's attorneys, WEINSTEIN
WEINSTEIN \- WEINSTEIN. 420 Lin-
coln Roatl. Miami Beach. Florida, and
to file your original Answer in the
office of the Clerk of the ntuive Court
on or before the lei day of June, 1168,
otherwise a Deoree Pro Confesso will
be entered against you.
DATED at Miami, Florida, this 29
day of April. 1853.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(Seal)
By at C. GREEN.
Deputy Clerk
5/1-8-17,-^2
NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
by Virtue Of chapter 678 of Florida.
Statutes Annotated U941), Ware-
housemen and Warehouse Receipts,
Therein A. o. transfer & WARE-
HOUSE CO., INC., a Florida corpora-
tion, by virtue of Its warehouse lien,
has In its possession the following
described property:
ELECTRICAL & OAH
APPLIANCES
USED HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE!
MISCELLANEt ITJS ITEMS
as the property of ARTIE & MARTIE,
N.W. 27th Avenue and 1.17th Street.
Opa Locka, Florida; and that on the
1st day of June, 1953 during the legal
hours of sale, mainly between 11:00
forenoon and 2:00 in the ufternoon,
at 2049 N. Miami Avenue, Miami, Flor-
ida, the undersigned shall offer for
Kale to the highest bidder for cash.
in hantl the above described property
as the property of Artie & Martle.
DATED at Miami, Florida, this 18th
day of May, IMS.
A. O. TRANSFER &
WAREHOUSE CO., INC.
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME. GREETINGS;
This Is to certify that, whereas.
Samuel Levy. Miami Beach, Fla.
Irene Levy, Miami Beach, Ha.
Shirley Schneider, Miami Beach, Fla.
did on the 7th day of April, A.D. 1952.
cause to be Incorporated under the
provisions of Chapter 10096, Laws of
Florida. Acts of 1925, UNCLE EZRA
DRIVE-IN, INC., a corporation, with
its principal place of business at Mi-
ami. Oade County, in the State of
Florida, and whereas the stockholders
of such corporation did on the 11th
day of May, A.D. 1953, Cause to be
filed in the office of the Secretary of
State of the State of Florida, a Con-
sent of all the stockholders under the
provisions of saiil Chapter 10096, Laws
of Florida, Acts of 1925, Showing the
dissolution of such cor|K>ration. and
the Secretary of State Is satisfied that
the requirements of law have been
complied with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
have hereunto set my hand
and have affixed the (ireat
Seal of the Stnte of Florida, at
Tallahassee, the capital, this.
the fourteenth day of Ma>.
A.D. int.
(SEAL)
R. A. GRAY,
Secretary of State,
: 22 51 /
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underslamed, desiring to engage hi
business under the flctltioui name Of
A. at TEXACO SERVICE, at 7500
N.W. 27th Avenue, Miami. Dade
County, Florida, intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
A. M. R1CHEY. JR.
DORIS P, RICHEY
RICHARD KRIEGER FINK
Attorney for A. If. Texaco Service
412 Congress Building, 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
McAllister gift center, at
McAllister Hotel, Miami, Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JOHN and CONNIE CLIFFORD
STEPHEN F. KESSLER
Attorney for Applicants
4 S.W. 22nd Ave.
5,15-22y 6/T>_______
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
DARJAN OF MIAMI, at 279) S'W 32nd
Court, Miami, Florida, Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
MURIEL TENI1ER
SUE MILLER
HUTNER AND HUTNER
Attorneys for Darjan of Miami
(SO ohmpia Building, Miami 32, Fla.
j/15-22-29 6/5
AT THE
KENMORE
700 Room Hoist
HALL
145 EAST 23rd STREET
HATES FROM %2M DAILY-SINGLE
FROM *4.S0 DAILY- DOUBLE
Year opportunity to enjoy a ojlort-
us New York vacation at e
iao.1 Meey feeturei to pleete you
at tale refined, dignified hotel.
FREE wimminq pool, oood food
served et budoet eot ia both
coffee strap end reitaureht
eacellent bar end lounge. Just a
few anlmitea ewey from United
Nation*. Tims* Squats. Radio
ty. Empire State Building.
trauportalic* right et the doer.
MO PARKING PROBLEMS WEEK ENDS.
Mofafty-Mving rat**.
SpaciaJ ntt for group*.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage ln
business under the fictitious name of
RICKY TIES OF MIAMI, at 35 N E.
2nd Avenue. Miami. Florida, Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of I'ade County,
Florida.
SIDNEY MEDNICK, Sole Owner
MARX M. FA HER
Attorney for Applicant
412 Congress Bldg., Miami, Florida
;, I.".-22-29 6/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersly I Heelrlnl to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HARLEM CLOTHING CENTER, at
1337-19 N.W. 3rd Avenue. Miami, in-
tend tn register said name with the
Clerk "f the Circuit Court of Dade
County, t ,i
LOUIS REISMAN
ESTHER KEISMAN
:, :':'-l"i r. 3-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY. GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
I n-lne^s tin ler the fictitious name of
PDA FILM DISTRIBUTING AGENCY
.it 828 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami, In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk .of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SAMUEL VOGELBAUM
:, i'8-tS-SI
NEW YORK CITY,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
busineai n k the fictitious name of
VK.w PRODUCT ENTERPRISES, at
218 N.E. 2nd Ave.. inten/is to register
s..i.l name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of !>ade County. Florida.
feOLOMON BALSAS!
5/15-22-29 /5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
li.is.ii. ss under the fictitious name of
BERNETT DRUG STORE, at 8701
Collins Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida,
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Couit of Dade
County, Florida.
MRS. ANNETTE KENDALL
KATZOFF
ANNA BRENNER MEYERS
Attorney for Mrs. Annette Kendall
Katzoff
5/15-22-29 -fc6/5
-^
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CHANCERY No. 159593
EDITH M. BATTAILLE, Plaintiff
vs.
BROOKLYN C. BATTAILLE,
Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: BROOKLYN C. BATTAILLE
503 Summit Avenue
Greensboro, North Carolina
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file vour Answer to the Complaint for
Divorce with the Clerk of the above
Court and serve a copy thereof upon
KEsSLBR AND GARS, Attorneys for
Plaintiff, 4 S.W. 22nd Avenue, Miami,
Florida, on or before the 29th day of
June, 1953, else complaint will be taken,
as confessed.
Dated: May 8, 1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By WM. W. STOCKING.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Cleric
5/22-29 6/5-12
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
COUNTY JUDGES- COURT. DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA, Probate 29977A
Re: ESTATE OF
YETTA EDELSTH1N, Deceased
To all persons having claims or de-
mands against said estate: You aro
notified to file your said claims in the
Office of the County Judges of Dade
County Court House, Miami, Florida,
within S calendar months from the
time of first publication of this notice,
Mav tZ, 1953. or same will be barred.
- SADIE I-EINSM1TH, Executrix
JOSEPH 7.F.MEI.
Attorney for Executrix
05 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla,
:. 22-28 6/5-12 ^^___^^
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. AT LAW. No. 28318-A
CO" il.TRONIC O > It I < 'RATION
Hi AMERICA, a Florida
corporation, Plaintiff
l'nitsd states air
conditioning; ci irporatk >n,
a corporation, ivfcndant
AMENDED NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
To; UNITED STATES AIR CON- <
DITIONING CORPORATION
Como Avenue BJS. at 33rd
Minneapolis 14. Minnesota
YOU ARE HEREBY NoTIMII'
that a complaint for damages has been
tlleil against you by COOLTKONIO
CORPORATION OF AMERICA, a
Florida corporation, and you arc re-
quired to serve a copy of your answer
or other responsive pleadings thereto
on plaintiffs attorneys. ROTH AND
FABER. 412 Congress Building, Mi-
ami. Florida, and file the original In
the office of the Clerk of the above
Court on or before the 22nd day Of
June. 1MB; otherwise a default will
be entered against you.
Dated this 18th day of Mav, I!'":!.
B, II I.KATHKRMAX.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By; WM W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
5/22-29 6,5-12
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. 5-
Ibers of the Junior Choral Group. Sisterhood Choral Society and Junior High School Choral Group who participated
TJSrSiX~TaH Ce^ny T1"?6 !!Qnley Greenbg> ^axine Goldman, Jules GreenbergXiTa M^dKen-
Lr Bru2^ Kre5Trhi^N^mT0n'/^da ^ uPhi\HPa Weine- Stacey Kogan. Claire Mager, Stephen Goldberg S5
trt' Camilla Sum Sarnu^l' I Tt"' ?*^ **. Arthl* Click, Steven Greenberg, the Mesdames Morri
C m II wX.fr, n" -^i Simon Botwimk. Jacob Fishman. David Godlin, Morris Goldin. Harry Gordon. David
E wmSm iSh r?'l TmWm? oap1^' Rhea,Ka,z' Samuel Kelemer. Alexander Kogan. Ben Klein. Lenore
f'SS W^ T?fii w Mlch?el.Mee1' RaY MuY- William Masur, M. H. Rosenhouse, Hyman Silver. Sally Ver-
L ^to iY S L^Wa^e^^mgF?nS,er'Loui8Goldman Iack R*>thaL Louis Shapiro. Maurice Kovnat. Lester
Ihak. The Junior High Choral Group includes Bruce Alexander. Alan Bargteil. Harvey Meltzer, William Pine. Michael
IL Penny Goldman Geraldine Granoff, Stuart Greenberg. Michael Jacobson. Willa Susskind. Linda Kars, Dick Materson.
man Lachman^Beth Kaplan, Kaye Koren, Helene Degutz and Ellen Rothman.
Goodwill Group To
Continue Welfare
Goodwill Group of Greater Mi-
ami will install its newly elected
officers in the Fall, and the group's
welfare work is scheduled to con-
tinue during the summer, accord-
ing to an announcement this week
by Mrs. Miriam F. Fields, presi-
dent.
May 26th, is the date scheduled
for a last regular meeting which
will be held in the Orange Glade
School, SW 27th Avenue and 8th
Street, at 1 p.m.
Other officers are the Mesdames
Eve Daniels, 1st vice president;
Eve Krohn, 2nd vice president; Lil-
lian Shapiro, treasurer; Gertrude
Covner, financial secretary; Bessy
Geltner, recording secretary; Lee
Kripple, corresponding secretary;
and Doris Katz, social secretary.
Board members are the Mes-
dames Rebecca Castle, Esther Egh-
erman, Ethel Johnson, Rose Meltz-
er, Francis Nissman, Lena Niss-
man, Sadie Sachs, Lillian Schain,
Marcella Silver, Kate Sandow,
Sophia Miller, Martha Peyser, Hel-
en Dubin and Messrs. Sydney Cov-
ner and Isidor Schwartz.
Beth Tfilah Boat Ride
Sisterhood of Beth Tfilah Con-
gregation will hold a boat ride on
the Seven Seas Sunday, May 31st,
at 5 p.m. In charge of reservations
is Mrs. Rachel Katz.
Id
AHYONE-ANYWHERE J
NOW CAN |
enjoy:
THE BEST IN KOSHER j
salami:
WE SHIP
MID PACKAGES ,
IN U.S.A.
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Shown above are students of Temple Beth Sholom who were
Bas Hitvah at a recent ceremony. Left to right are Joyce Straus,
Elaine Zeller, Gill Fenias, Ellen Rothman and Janet Markowitz.
Standing (left to right) are Sydney J. Greenberg, education
director, Sandra Sokolsky, Rabbi Leon Kronish, Kay Koren
and Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
Beth Jacob Closes School
The closing sessions and pro-
gram of the Sunday School class-
es of Congregation Beth Jacob will
be held in the David Whitman Hall
on Sunday. May 24th, at 10 a.m.
The program will be presented
by Miss Shirley Gerstein and Miss
Lorraine Safra. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff will officiate with Mrs. Lou-
is Shafkin, president of the Sister-
hood, presenting the school awards.
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Local Representatives and Members of Camp Staff:
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Hospital Auxiliary
Plans Annual Meet
The Women's Auxiliary of Mount
Sinai Hospital will hold its annual
spring meeting and installation
luncheon on Friday. May 29th. 11
a.m., at the Empress Hotel.
Plans have been made for a pro-
gram to follow the short business
meeting, according to Mrs. Louis J.
Krensky. president.
An original skit entitled. Pink
Ladies In Review, written and pro-
duced by Trixie Levin, will be pre-
sented. Installation of officers for
the coming year and capping exer-
cises of the February, class of the
School of Practical Nursing will
highlight the afternoon.
Reservations are being taken by
Mrs. Bert Klee.
Polstein Unveiling
The dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late David Pol-
stein formerly of 115 SYV 4th Av-
enue will take place Sunday. May
24th at 1 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Memo-
rial Park Cemetery' with Rabbi Max
Shapiro officiating.
Mr. Polstein is survived by his
wife Ida. a daughter Mrs. Ann Ber
son of Pittsburgh. Pa., a brother
Jack of New York and a sister. Mrs
N. Steilman. also of New York, and
1 grandchild. Mr. Polstein was a
former President of the Talmud
Torah of Akron. Ohio.
Arrangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany Friends and relatives are
a>ki-d to attend
FRIDAY.
Rotation May Force
Rotation of horse dates, if en-
acted, will result in Florida's loss
of Dark Star, winner of the recent
Kentucky Derby, and other cham-
pion; to California winter racing.
it v, pi"'! cted here by General
Manager Sam H. McCormick. of the
' Hiu'.cah track.
'BeCMM of the uncertainty and
instability of Florida racing, most
ot the champion stables, horses
nd rideM would be forced to Cali-
fornia McCormick elaborated on
! the measure now before the state
j legislature that would rotate the
three racing period among the
I three tracks located in the Miami
! area.
"Cain Hoy. owner of Dark Star.
! Greentree, Brookmeade, George D.
| Widener. Jim Fitzsimmons and
. Walter M. Jeffords, among others,
Loss Of Dark Star
;defin.te!y would no, JT
"^'h rotation of d^."
lh general m.aagw J
fred %and"*lt could,?,
*^" t-> bring n,C
here, as planned."
Dark Star was lt ^
past two winters and is a,
Kentucky Derby winner is,
developed at the track.
GORDON ROOF3M ;
SHEET METAL WOfc.
' > w. a
?HONI
If the current five-week emergency effort to raise S25.000.000
in cash for the United Jewish Appeal is successful. Israel can
score a major victory during the next 75 days in its fight to
overcome recurrent food shortages. The drive, launched on
May 1st will end on June 6th and 7th. at a UJA conference
scheduled for the Mayflower Hotel in Washington. D.C.
Speakers will include (top row. left to right Harold E. Stassen,
US Director for Mutual Security; Senator Herbert H. Lehman,
of New York; and Levi EshkoL Finance Minister of Israel. Bot-
tom row defi to right are Abba Eban. Israel Ambassador here;
Dr. Nchum Goldmana. chairman of the Jewish Agency. New
York; and Edward M. M. Warburg. UJA general chairman.
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MAY 22^1953
i*visiin*,**~m
SGAL NOTICE
BY PUBLICATION
IRCUIT COURT OF THE
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
IN AND FOR DADE
, CHANCERY. No. 1M243
[A It RI SON, Plaintiff
UIR1SON, Defendant
0, HARBISON. 1779 East
r Brooklyn, New York
[required to serve a copy of
r t" "" "'" Complaint
i on in* plaintiff's attorney,
i the original answer in the
Ithe Clerk of the Circuit
or before the 8th day of
I ;:i,',.l; otherwise, the BUI
nl for Divorce, heretofore
will he taken as confessed
Miami. Florida, this the
J May, 1953.
K B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
11 ,de County, Florida
hint Seal)
|Bv: WM. W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
| Address of
iollcitor:
FRIEDMAN
1 Bldg.
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tried, desiring to engage in
r the fictitious name of
OCII ItoOM, at 2601 N.W.
Miami, I'la., intends to
name with the Clerk of
Court of I>ade County,
J. M. EDWINS.
Sole Owner
E.VER
Applicant
[Bldg.
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
11 Kit BUY aiVEN that
tried, desiring to engage In
)F MIAMI, at 2100 N.W.
Intend to register said
I the Clerk of the Circuit
L]e County, rvrida.
KBANTZ
SENT LONGO
Hl.ooMBERG
Applicant*
I'.l.ll.-.
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
| is HEREBY GIVEN that
kiail. desiring to engage In
flir the fictitious name of
BAR, at 6309 N.W. 7th
to register said name
jerk of the Circuit Court of
Florida.
JOSEPH DE LUCCIA
PATRICIA DE LUCCIA
|F KESSLER
Applicants'
A\e.
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tned, desiring to engage In
tier the fictitious name of
OVIH KiiSHER MEAT
Or' FLORIDA, at 1S7
, intends to register said
the Clerk of the Circuit
i'l. County, Florida.
BEACo.VST MEAT AND
PROVISION COMPANY
a Florida Corporation
lUBKb
Applicant
Bugler St.
LEGAL NOTICE
Sn TffifW-r?JV JUDOE^~CoT^T
L. J^DIP FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No 3OB0 a
In Re: ESTATE OF Jwrau-B
LOTTIE BROWN, Deceased
NOTICE TO Creditors
Estate r D,mand" Against Said
nJm hand*eacn .of you- re hereby
notified and required to present any
?hT.!,*nd dem"J which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of LOTTIE IHtoWN deceased
late of Miami, Dade County Fh.ri" I,
to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON ami
S*AN? ft DOWLING, Cunl> Judges
?' Oade County, and file the sam" In
ft'S-di"? '". th 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 ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
i?iianK ,;re,,e",e'1 aforesaid, or same
mi "R-SKIeVt* S'C,ln ,2 f ,hu
Date May 14, A.D. 1953.
JOHN D. FABKAS
AARON FARR
STANLEY C. MYERS
As Executors of the Last
Will and Testament of
LOTTIE BROWN,
MYERS. HBIMAN & KAPUAN*"""
50 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla
Attorneys for Executors
5/22-29 6/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business tinder the fictitious name of
SHdS*IL CORP- d/b/a scrrey
HOTEL, at Miami. Florida. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
OLLIEMIL CORP.
KASS & FULLER
Attorneys for Olllemll Corp.
5/22-29 8/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ABBOTT AVE. CITIES SERVICE
STATION, at 401 71st Street, Miami
Beach, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dad* County, Florida.
WALTER MUROFF
5/1-815-22
PAGE 11B
LEGAL NOTICE
i3F6S* 5"-*?rcourt
FLOmn? iFO1.DAOE COUNTY.
int Cl1""1and A" ^rnon* Hav-
Kstate Demands Against Said
**Itf&*1fa'!*B of you- are hereby
notified and required to present anv
ether" R"d demand which you, "r
either of you, may have against the
ed .ale"' M2H IEIJMAN, Seceas!
fh, ii "' J,,a'i." County, Florida, to
the Honorable County Judges of Dade
ff"",y'.''",'' the same In their
>!.,." tne Coun'y Courthouse in
,?"d''. County, Florida, within eight
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
;.?.und l";,'8H'"ed as aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Date May 7th. A.D. 1963
S. M. MACHTEI,
As Administrator of the
Estate of
Drv0u.v.S,AI,>."'i, FRIEDMAN. Deceased
R08ENHOI-SE ROSENHOUSE
Attorneys for Administrator of the
n,.'.ate of Sttdle Friedman, Deceased
^:'20'ymP'.Building, Miami, Fla.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
,wNOTic* HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
m^l*?" lmder ,ne Bctltlou* name of
TROPICAL PHOTO SERVICE, at 716
oth Street, Miami Beach, Florida, in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SAMUEL L. LEINER
GERTRUDE LEINER
MONROE S. GUGGENHEIM
HELEN R. GUGGENHEIM
EWEN C. FOSTER
ELINOR FOSTER
HAROLD TANNEN
Attorney for Applicants
1009 Security Bldg., Miami
5/15-22-29 6/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage Ih
business under the fictitious name of
SIKFSIDE LAUNDERETTE, at 9569
Harding Avenue, Surfslde. Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
DAVID WEISS
LEONARD GRUNDT
IRVING KASTER
SEYMOUR A. GOP.MAN
Attorney for Applicants
One Lincoln Road Bldg.
5/8-15-22-29
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
hied, desiring to engage in
Wei the fictitious name of
[CANDY AND TOBACCO
N.W. 12th Avenue. Ml-
|tend to register said name
erk of the Circuit Court
unty. Florida.
j. edward cantor
sail cantor
imse cantor
I'a liners ,
I.MAN & KAPLAN
pi Applicant*
Bid*.
UNDER FICTITIOUS
.NAME LAW
|K HEREBY GIVEN that
I, desiring to engagej In
pel the fictitious name of
OL CO.. at 1545 Collins
nl Beach, Florida Intends
Inanie with the Clerk of
Court of Dade County, Fla.
SAMUEL GINSBERG
TALIANOFF
Applicant
.UNDER FICTITIOUS
[NAME LAW
|S HEREBY GIVEN that
tied, desiring to engage In
T'r the flctltlou* name of
BEAUTY SALON, at 677
Avenue, Miami Beach.
futer said name with the
Circuit Court pf Dade
ylda
JKi'H PATT1, Sole Owner
PMAN & KAPLAN
Pr Applicant
I Bldg.
UNDER FICTITIOUS
iNAME LAW
[S HEREBY GIVEN that
Pied, desiring to engage In
Err.Aht_fi,,|i,tou nme f
JLoitlST CO. (Not Inc.),
h street. Miami, Intend
ld name with the Clerk
f ourt of Dade County,
A.!;nRT J- H1RSCH
< HARLES LUDWIG
iffi" FICTITIOUS
INAME LAW
P HEIIEBY GIVEN that
TJi'-d. desiring to engage In
~r.lh,' 'ietUloiis name of
|.u,v'AltI,IN(1 AVENUE
F I RINCE-8 8th STREET
HAii,v M"TEU at Mth
Jiarding Avenue, Miami
blih' ,'"'*nds to register
lih il clerk of the Clr-
Hade County. Florida.
jALIANl >EF
Applicant
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flctltlou* name of
GENERAL WHOLESALE DISTRIB-
UTORS, at 2085-2OS7 N.W. 2nd Ave,
nue, Miami, Florida, Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, FloiMa.
SOL LEVIN-
GEORGE COHEN
Co-i>artner*
GEORGE CHERTKOF
Attorney for Applicants
607-11 Olympla Bldg., Miami, Fla.
5/8-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PAU-LEE-JAY AITS., at 90U Penn-
sylvania Avenue, Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado
County, Florida.
HARRY EDELMAN
SARAH EDELMAN
ARTHUR D. FRISH.MAN
Attorney for Harry Edelman and
Sarah Edelman
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
5/8-15-22-29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1W106
FLORENCE RUTH HASLER,
Plaintiff,
v*.
JOHN WILLIAM HASLER. JR
Defendant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
YOU JOHN WILLIAM HASLER.
JR., c/o Sweepey, 527 South
I4th Street, Newark, New
Jersey _
*r* hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce ha* been filed
against you. apd you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead -
Ing to the BUI of Complaint on the
plaintiffs attorney. MAX R SILVER,
922 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 day
of June, 15S. If you fall to do o.
Judgment by default wlH be taken
against you for the relief demanded In
the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this lit day of May, 1958.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clark, Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
By M C. GREEN,
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy CIek
MAX R. SILVER .., ,.
922 Seybold Building. Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
5/8-15-22-29 ________ ____
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name or
MALAYAN LOUNOE at 1810 North
Bay Causeway, North Bay Village.
Florida. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
SAVOY -ENTERPRISES, INC.
By: Andrew TJello*. Preldent.
GEORGE CHERTKOF
Attorney for Savoy En'f,rl,rlBA1'nc-
607-11 Olympla Bldg.. Miami. Fla.
5/S-15-U-H
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
AUTHORIZED SEWING CENTER, at
1212 S.W. 8th Street. Miami, Florida.
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MELVIN ROSENBERG
RALPH PARNESS
KASS & FULLER
Attorneys 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. 159430
MIZPAH VIOLA JOHNSTON JACK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ROBERT M. JACK. Defendant.
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
TO: ROBERT M. JACK
In care of II. E. Jack
181M King Street W.
Dundaa, Ontario, Canada
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
baa 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, 403 Olympla Building,
Miami, Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 15th 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
6/15-22-29 6/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious names
of TRICKETTE" "TRICKETTES
BY W1ESNER" TRICKETTES
"PERFALIP", at 1811 Purdy Avenue,
Miami Beach, Florida. Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida.
WIESNER OF MIAMI, INC.
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Applicant
6/1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
UNITED STATES INSURANCE
AGENCY, at 701 Congres* BuiMtng,
Miami, .ntands to register said name
with the Clerk of the Ciroult Court
of Dade County, Florida. ____
UNITED STATES TITLE
CORPORATION
PALLOT. SILVER A MULLOY
Attorneys for Applicant
701 Congre** Bldg.
5/1-8-15-22 ________j
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADK COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATB. No. 30122-A
In Re: ESTATE OF
SAUL M1NSKOFF. Deceaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ing Claim* or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demand* 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 Hade County, and file the
same In their office In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, riorldu.
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 he barred. See
Section 120 of the 193J Probate Act.
Date May 12, A.D. 1953.
EMA.MK1. E. MINSKOFF.
As Administrator of the
Estate of ,
SMI. HlNSKOFF. Deceased.
MYERS, HF.IMAN KAIMAN
Attorney* for Administrator
5/15-22-M 6/3
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
____ NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LINCOLN BAR AND GRILL, at 3307
liouglas Rd., Miami, Intends to regis-
ler said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida
U^......WU'UAM G BENJAMIN
STEPHEN F. KE8SLER
Atturney for Applicant
4 S.W. 22nd Ave.
5/16-22-29 6/5
NOTICE UNQER 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.
5/15-22-2R-'* JERRY *EDLAND
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 29802 B
In Re: ESTATE OF
IRVING ROCK, Deceased
To All Creditors and AdYersons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, mar have against the
estate of IRVING ROCK, deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
Honorable County Judges of Dads
County, and file the same In their
offices in the County Courthouse in
Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demand* to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Date April 28, A.D. 1953.
MORRIS ROCK,
As Administrator of the
Estate of
IRVING ROCK. Deceased.
BERNARD B. MANDLER
Attorney for Administrator
701 Congress Bldg., Miami, Florida
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
71st STREET ATLANTIC STATION,
at 7098 N.W. 2nd Avenue, Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MILTON BERLINER
FRANK KUSHNER
MAC MERMELL
Attorney for Applicant*
1404 Blscayne Building
5/8-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BROWNIES MEN'S WEAR, at 482
Fisherman Street, Opa Locka, Flor-
ida. Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit of Court of
Dade County, Florida.
JOSEPH 8. BROWN
.MORTION HOLZMAN
HUTNER II HUTNER
520 Olympla Bldg., Miami, Fla.
Attorneys for Brownie's Men's Wear
5/8-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ACE SPORTSWEAR COMPANY at
163 "N. E, 38th Street. Miami. Dade
County, Florida Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
LILLIAN STOUT
KURT WELLISCH
Attorney for Lillian Stout
One Lincoln Road Building
Miami Beach, Florida
5/8-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
E-Z DUZIT LAUNDERETTE, at 4455
S.W. 8th Street. Miami, intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
DAVID WEISS
LEONARD GRUNDT
IRVING KASTER
SEYMOUR A. OOJ?MAN
Attorney for Applicants
One Lincoln Road Bldg.
1/8-15-22-2*
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 2S21 N.W. 16th
Street Road, Miami, Intends to reg-
ister said name frith tte Clark of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florid*.
MYERS, HF.IMAN A. KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
WO Seybold Bldg.
5/1-8-15-2J
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN 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 MULLOT
Attorneys for Applicant
701 Congres* Bldg.
5/1-8-15-22 _______________
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
GIBSON LOUNGE, at 545-547 N.E.
2nd Ave., Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
ANTHONY F. MURINE
.STEPHEN F. KESSLER
Attorney for Applicant
4 S.W. 22nd Ave.
6/8-15-22-29
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 2<0M
RE: ESTATE OF
LEON FREED, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE 1* hereby given that I
have filed my final report and petition
for Final Discharge a* Executrix of
the estate of LEON FREED, deceaa-
ed; and that on the 29th day of May,
1953, 1 will apply to the Honorable
W. F. BLANTON, County Judge of
Dade County, Florida, for approval of
said final report and for final dis-
charge as Executrix of the Estate of
LEON FREED, deceased.
This 23rd day of April, 1953.
/*/ MAE S. FREED,
Executrix of the Sstate of
LEON FREED, Deceased.
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Executrix
5/1-8-15-22
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 159020
PR1NGLE WARD and
CHARITY DARD, hi* 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
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO: H. S. OIFFEN, if living, and____
GIFFIN, his wife, if married and
living: FRED W. KING. JR., and
_____KING, JR., his wife, If mar-
ried and living, whose residences
are unknown; ALL UNKNOWN
heirs, devisees, grantees, cred-
itors or other parties claiming by,
through, under or against H. S.
OIFF1N and FRED W. KING,
JR., not known to be dead or
alive; AND ALSO as to each <*f
the above named defendant indi-
viduals, If they be deceased, then
all unknown heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors or other par-
ties claiming by, through, under
or against such defendants;
AND ALSO all other and un-
known persons having or claiming
to have any right, title or Inter-
est in the property which Is the
subject matter of this suit, said
property lying and being In Dade
County. Florida, and more par-
ticularly described as follows:
Lot 18. In Block 3, of
SYMMES-SHARMAN TRACT,
according to the Plat thereof,
recorded In Plat Book 9 at
page 170 of the Public Rec-
ords of Dade County, Florida.
YOU AND 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-
inabove 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.
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week for four (4) consecutive weeks
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Dr. Davidsohn Is Opening Day Speaker
Dr Israel Davidsohn. president him will be Dan B Ruskin. fcos
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Blood Banks, will be among the staff physician; Dr Levm. and WU
opening day speakers at Mount Si- ham Guck. pabttc relations d;rec-
nai Hospitals Third Annual Medi- tor
cal Seminar which coarenes Thurs- Heading committees responsible
day at the DeUno Hotel for three fM wnunar arrangments are Drs.
days. Dr. Davidsohn has^beenPro- !**. exhibitors; Paul
fessor of Pathology and Director Lou* Lem*rg
of Research at Chicago Medical Plotkin. reservadons and Hotel.
School since 147. and Levm. poblicity. Dr. Harold
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Blood Transfusions Indications ComJnitte* chairman, wfll be toast
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Published every Friday line* ** by th Jowlah riorld.M at 1 N. E Sixth Stroa*. Miami It, Florida. nteretf ai second -clan matter July 4. 1*30, at the Post On>ee of Miami, Fa.. under the Act a* March 3. 18TS. Tho Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity %  Pit he Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide,Neise Senvice.-Nat.anal Editorial Association. Amir. icao Association af English"-Jewish Newspapers, Florida Prooa Association. vJemst Floridian >*W^W*WW^o^MW^rf Of Stata I.L. Ite J oha f. PEACE MAKER ? KM. Ilav June I III. BIG Day will be here June 14th. On that day, volunteers will make a door-to-door campaign in Greater Miami as part of a total program to bring the story of Israel Bonds to individual residents. Since its inception, the bond issue has meant the difference between a staggering Israeli economy that might have succumbed to Arab blocade measures and a vital financial and industrial program, incorporating foreign export markets the world over. This will be only the partial tale told Miamians in their homes on June 14th. We respectfully ujge residents here to welcome volunteer workers on BIG Day. to listen and to respond with bond purchases. Plans for this one-day effort are already well under way. Greater Miami's bond office last' week announced Bernard I. Binder as BIG Day chairman. We congratulate him on his post and hope that residents of the area will rally behind his leadership. %  Mill'* Ut-ts A lesson Reports from Lebanon this week quote Secretary of State John Foster Dulles as having said that he learned more about the Near East from his few days in Jerusalem and Cairo than he did during all his years in Washington. This is an honest and forthright remark. But we wonder exactly what it is that Mr. Dulles has learned. Dispatches indicate that he will return from his fact-finding tour a very disillusioned man. If this is true, then we can only surmise that the general ignorance of foreign affairs is even more abysmal in our nation's Capitol than has heretofore been believed. Or. we must surmise that Washington opinion was most strongly influenced by Arab League lobbies there. Mr. Dulles' principal dismtl0n to Baas wno re gned as executive direcillusionment rose out of two things. Primarily. ,or Federation, a post he held for the past he was not prepared to uncover the sort of intwelve years. Tribal e To Klass Greater Miamians formally bid Morris Klass Godspeed and good luck last Sunday evening at Federation's fifteenth annual meeting. Some 450 persons crowded into the main dining hall of the Empress Hotel as their token of recog•r ar — —— %  • *** ...*, *s%M | \M UJdustrial and intellectual progress that he found in Israel. This was militated against by Moslem leaders in America who beclouded the issue with false statements about the Arab refugee problem. More important however, is the fact that Mr. Dulles found a complete unwillingness on the part of the Arab League to rtt—i—r peace with Israel. In the face of constant accusations both at the TJW and in Washington that the Jewish State is mainly at fault in the explosive border issue, the State Secretary fails apparently to understand this reticence. If Mr. Dulles has finally learned that the Arab-Israel problem can not be solved by praising the Jews while courting Moslem military potential, then he is indeed a wiser man than he was before. If he has learned that peace in the Near East must include Israel as Such a long period of time is a difficult thinq to grasp in retrospect This must be especially hue far the individual who devotes his energies to social service and welfare work. Communal leaders here acted out Federations trials and efforts daring Bass' tenure of office ft nve director to>be ended in mis task of recalling rns share in the community's activity. 2!ZiL l 0 ?*. 00 ?^ 5?"* rf Mkxmi !" Y' &*~ £ t he field of humamtarian activity. r5i^T Mnt U om *^9 toward which ZSLZJtT?""' WOrk ***** them•elves last Stoday to even greater goals than iJZZJF***-, m "*** worke !" ~ Professional or voluntary who ever receive tfie ^ acctom due their services. TnTSbS. a partner, despite Arab arguments that they riven irjkW-* **vices. The tribute will never accipV^h a partnership, then hJ JiSnl \eaubT V"* ou1 tandin 9 and thc*e trip w c-toinly worm m F a^T UP ** *££ "SSj^^i ****** *• Dulles' fact finding tour In the Near EMK„? ? ( Stat > tentkm. Sir Winstonls traditionally noted'for h! ?"**'* <** moves, and be apparently timed his Uu7.Si ,h ? lm *2j actor to diminish, if possible, the imr*rt 5 Am %  8kU1 '* *3 the An* League. *"* f An >encao strawS The Prime Minister had many nice thins, • Realistically, he made reference to the grim / a J ^ "** the War of Liberstion when be bad "perishin %  UBmedi *l d 'shocking crimes committed" against British ctnl p ***" tal tine. Bat these, be went onTsay were th. W .. and """I factions in this intense and complex JewS, enmm UcU of "*. is probably the greatest orator u, th.'aSish? !" lty Sir 5 relatively simple for him to poetize on any iW^ ^ ** as politics. Thus placating the tender sensibilities of ta* .V* heard hun and who recalled the Sternist hang n s ha* ^"i noble fsshion to pay tribute to the small „ ati g or .^ ha ^ n M he desert and received more than half a million rJfJielM'^! terror from Europe. remgees hauatj] But such laurels must be regarded with pttrom. history of England's efforts to destroy the possibiht T ?** 1 ; is too close in time for enthusiastic appl^ „,*„?, a /^h J gone by since Sir Winston, then leading the ConiSat "^ against a Laboritc government, told Clement AtleeT! T PW that he would not remain silent while the Soc iZt ,r^ W ^ Majestys Empire^ He was referring, of c^uS S L' 1^ possessions m Africa, and if the Prime Mii,icw i of that tbese territories were no long?"unSj Br,, Tf **• can hardly believe that he would be seSenta '! nm ,'^ 1 behind the UN partition plan in 1 £ !" men,all > mot "ed to, AS A CONSertVATIVE SPOKESMAN for the Fnl ish F mni W inston continues to breathe the very essence fix PBtl Eveo-thing that Rudyard Kipling gloried „T Tm^Z^A integral part of his nature. If he seems more sympath Zx£T £! man y p eo p,e wh 9 are struggling for self^eterm.naUon B ( because the Prime Minister wisely accepts what is inevSwi "Jfl must be remembered that, as a firm protector of BnS wo'ld he was instrumental in creating the Jordan Arab state „ ,K ollT 85 dastardl >' diplomatic stroke aimed at weahniaiJ then.fledgling Zionist movement and shows Sir Win^ton-TSM the establishment of a homeland in the Palestine area and Si governments mandate must ultimately be relinquished the Minister, some twenty-five years before the War of UberanoTegta the geographic area in which Zionist ambitions were rooted and ciridl a new Moslem country. *| His foresight was not sufficient; along with many English J appointments. Israel was born despite Jordan and six other Arab lad These are the circumstances that led to Sir Winston s address J House of Commons on May 11th. It was for these and mm all reasons that he was forced to pay tribute to the best Army si .u."?iw ~ *"*' """^"tion for the Jewish forces and the I that they successfully repulsed the combined attack which was i upon them by their neighbors and Egypt four years ago." the Pratl Minister expressed his undaunted admiration for the Zionist moveaaH and hoped that peace would soon come to the Near East. Sir Winston's praise here becomes meaningful. Over a penal ol less than ten years, the British have lost control of vast areas in Mat and West Africa. Palestine and India are principal among these. jJ other struggle for power is currently being waged in Egypt where Ml MtiojTs strong-armed leader. General Naguib. has categorically stafl that England's troops must decamp. This would leave the Prime M ister s government virtually without a foothold in the vital Snei Cat territory. Sir Winston's spontaneous admiration for Israel, as idL tor Its accomplishments, presages possible future British attempBtl establish a militaryunderstanding with the Jewish State. Her Majesty's chief spokesman may continue to recall "witk rJewish "crimes" against English officers and men. But it will be | government's duplicity with the Arabs and its abandonment of i k f ul of courageous pioneers to the onslaught of seven armies that i very well destroy the possibility of any such understanding even boWi it is proposed. In any case. Sir Winston hopefully prepared the ffasf during his talk before Members of Parliament, trusting that bnfl does not have that sense of history with which be. himself, is M*f] nificenUy imbued. PERHAPS MORE IMPORTANT than the Prime Minister's mm observation of the Jewish States armed might and militarily *BM tageous location was his effort to prove England's continued ** cance on the international world scene. Sir Winston is IvmMg! cerned over the increasingly solo part American leadership is tattj in matters of war and peace. In a recent address before US ttm and publishers. President .Eisenhower suggested the possibility al with Soviet officials during which difficulties separating East and Mj niight be ironed out. But he wisely warned that such talks r '-IM be forthcoming unless Russia showed, through its handling of the I*. eea truce negotiations, as earnest willingness to settle diflereaess. Apart from his personal ambitieas. Sir Winston did the P""*3 one better when be published a peace proposal of his own and *W" offered to go to Moscow unattended by U8 representation. IMtU result of Anglo-Americsn lli| llll regarding both the P**** end of the Korean War. Man insiiilaat however, it • m British prominence As I see it, the same holds tret l tk B> *""*1.1 Sir Winston's belated sorrow over the assassinatica of **!*\ dullah and the death of Dr. Chafes WeHmann, expressed so pa**""* | n his address to the House of Coaunona, and his hope 'iW*"? ststes will come to peace with Israel." are feekrs in the direewn" weakening the significance of Secretary of State Dulles' carteat iw finding tour. Mr. Dulles is having a difficult time. Moslem !•* %  with whom he has spoken deplore Ansericsn sympathy for >* %  Israel, and Lebanon has already warned that it can have so P peace with the Jews. Virtually oa a tightrope, be can, at I"*££' Americas gracious opinions to both conflicting sides Mr Da ^^ only one persuasive measure — the new Mutual Security %  w_. y^ wmi ,, iiwaaurp — UM new uio • %  currently before Congress which stipulates that military -— will be forthcoming if guarantees are offered that such aid > ued for internal security, alone. The Arabs apparently *> %  for this provision. .Be.'hxnniaQ q ty vq m a ant io a^Mii...i: # &0 dlwuiaX aphu^ 8€i eonia xiO 3iw>Y o^iingsM *oisa*d oJ lsJtsi



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LY, MAY 22, 1953 +Jtm,UJ>n-rM rffr%r PAGE 9 B 5- Ibers of the Junior Choral Group. Sisterhood Choral Society and Junior High School Choral Group who participated TJS rSiX~T a H Ce ^ ny T 1 "? 6 !! Qnley Greenb g> ^axine Goldman, Jules GreenbergXiTa M^dKenLr Bru2^ Kre5Trhi^N^ m T 0n '/^ da ^ u Phi \ H P a Weine Stacey Kogan. Claire Mager, Stephen Goldberg S5 trt' Camilla Sum Sarnu^l' I Tt "•' ?*^ **. Arthl Click, Steven Greenberg, the Mesdames Morri C £m II wX.fr, n" -^i Simon Botwimk. Jacob Fishman. David Godlin, Morris Goldin. Harry Gordon. David E wmSm iSh £r ?'l TMWM !" ? o ap1 ^' Rhea Ka,z Sa muel Kelemer. Alexander Kogan. Ben Klein. Lenore f'SS W^ T?fii w Mlch ? el M e e1 Ra Y Mu !" YWilliam Masur, M. H. Rosenhouse, Hyman Silver. Sally VerL ^to i Y S L^ Wa ^ e ^^ mgF ? nS,er L oui8Goldman Iack R*>thaL Louis Shapiro. Maurice Kovnat. Lester Ihak. The Junior High Choral Group includes Bruce Alexander. Alan Bargteil. Harvey Meltzer, William Pine. Michael IL Penny Goldman Geraldine Granoff, Stuart Greenberg. Michael Jacobson. Willa Susskind. Linda Kars, Dick Materson. man Lachman^Beth Kaplan, Kaye Koren, Helene Degutz and Ellen Rothman. Goodwill Group To Continue Welfare Goodwill Group of Greater Miami will install its newly elected officers in the Fall, and the group's welfare work is scheduled to continue during the summer, according to an announcement this week by Mrs. Miriam F. Fields, president. May 26th, is the date scheduled for a last regular meeting which will be held in the Orange Glade School, SW 27th Avenue and 8th Street, at 1 p.m. Other officers are the Mesdames Eve Daniels, 1st vice president; Eve Krohn, 2nd vice president; Lillian Shapiro, treasurer; Gertrude Covner, financial secretary; Bessy Geltner, recording secretary; Lee Kripple, corresponding secretary; and Doris Katz, social secretary. Board members are the Mesdames Rebecca Castle, Esther Egherman, Ethel Johnson, Rose Meltzer, Francis Nissman, Lena Nissman, Sadie Sachs, Lillian Schain, Marcella Silver, Kate Sandow, Sophia Miller, Martha Peyser, Helen Dubin and Messrs. Sydney Covner and Isidor Schwartz. Beth Tfilah Boat Ride Sisterhood of Beth Tfilah Congregation will hold a boat ride on the Seven Seas Sunday, May 31st, at 5 p.m. In charge of reservations is Mrs. Rachel Katz. Id AHYONE-ANYWHERE J NOW CAN | ENJOY: THE BEST IN KOSHER j SALAMI: WE SHIP MID PACKAGES IN U.S.A. %  H 25 lOLBS.JI.OO I TO ISRAEL (Hard Salami M |y) S8.00 rOKU OVUilAS | • (Hwd SaUai Mly) $7.50 | • CHICK M MONCY Man n LESdIEBMANN *tr (| Kitktr PmWMt cH r KoiW • 9m m A Am •* *obbi Irvle, N. Wslansr g dtw A. Nmr YM M. M. T. Shown above are students of Temple Beth Sholom who were Bas Hitvah at a recent ceremony. Left to right are Joyce Straus, Elaine Zeller, Gill Fenias, Ellen Rothman and Janet Markowitz. Standing (left to right) are Sydney J. Greenberg, education director, Sandra Sokolsky, Rabbi Leon Kronish, Kay Koren and Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Beth Jacob Closes School The closing sessions and program of the Sunday School classes of Congregation Beth Jacob will be held in the David Whitman Hall on Sunday. May 24th, at 10 a.m. The program will be presented by Miss Shirley Gerstein and Miss Lorraine Safra. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will officiate with Mrs. Louis Shafkin, president of the Sisterhood, presenting the school awards. SPfND YOUR SUMMER VACATION IN THE B1UE RIDGE MOUNTAINS OSCEOLA LAKE MNN ON LAKE OSCEOLA HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. JOE RUBIN Owner-Manager Season June 1st to Oct. 1st • SWIMMING POOL i • ALL SPORTS, INCLUDING BOATING AND FISHING • AMERICAN PLAN ONLY • FINEST JEWISH-AMERICAN CUISINE ALL ROOMS WITH BATH OR SHOWER Tfce Soufh's Outstanding Jewish Camp tor Boys and Girls CAMP CARLYLE HENDERSONVILLE. N.C. In the heart of vacatlonland, WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA DIRECTOR — WINTON L. MOELLER Principal. 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MAY 22, 1953 £*gWfcflMfcp :utives Leave | Conference Ljve directors of several I Miami community welfare Lions will leave today to Lie National Conference of [.Communal Service at the ^dor Hotel in Atlantic City i 24th through 27th. L heads who will attend Iference include: Max C. Lr, acting director of the [Miami Jewish Federation; Pearlstcin, executive dithe Jewish Home for the Albert Comanor, executive of Jewish Social Service and Efraim Gale, execu ctor of the Greater Miami Community Center. attending sessions will be tneider, head of Federafades Division; Mrs. Ethel Center Nursery School or; Israel Silver, supervisor Miami Branch, Greater Mi|sh Community Center; and onson. Case Work super(( % %  !': will attend a session kinistrative Problems Of tor The Aged. Gettinger licipate in a closed meet(ic subpect of Jewish Child Schneider will attend a In Problems Of The FuncThe Central Community kill preside as chairman of pion group on the subject Center's Responsibility In Center Members For tural And Inter-Group ExHe will also attend a lof the 15 iarge cities Jew|r executives. PAGE 7 B Hirsch To Speak At Beach Center Adult Meet Bob Stone, president of the Young Adult Group of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, announces that the next meeting ot the group will take place on Wednesday evening, May 27th, in the Center Social Hall. According to Ruthe Dixon, program chairman, the meeting will feature Sam Hirsch, of the Drama Department at the University of Miami. Hirsch will speak on: Ring Theater And Its Productions. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE 'romote Thrift k! NfW SAVERS >ur choice of a iterm&n's NTER JINTER you in a INGS )UNT $25 nor* IDE ERAL INGS %  Loan Potion I AH I AM IB TJTOOI I Accounts IRED and m% a or you fffor good at our 3 Offices... t N.E. 1st AVENUE H NW. 36th STREET P S.W. 8th STREET H FEDERAL SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION *eph M. Lipton, Pre*. ^SOURCES EXCEED MILLION DOLLARS The State of Israel Bond Issue is helping to provide Israel with fcxpanaed agricultural, industrial and transport facilities, it was noted last week by Eric Johnston, chairman of the International Development Advisory Board of the United States Point Four Project, while in Israel inspecting the effectiveness ot American aid to the new Republic. Mr. Johnston (riant), former Administrator of the Economic Stabilization Agency, is shown at the Jerusalem Shoe Corporation discussing the production of footwear with the firm's president, Joseph Sugarman. In addition to the shoe plant. Mr. Johnston has visited scores of other industrial and agricultural projects financed bv the Israel Bond Issue. Apartment Association Picks New Directors The Miami Beach Apartment Association has elected Ben Zion Ginsburg. Leo Eisenstein, Joseph Propper and Sigmund Schermer as members of its Board of Directors, it was announced by Alfred A. Lesser, president. Mr. Ginsburg is 9 past president and past chairman of the Board. Eisenstein. Propper and Schermer have been active for many years in the city's apartment house industry, Lesser said. Sadye G. Rose 211S CORAL WAY Phone 4S-0781 Greeting Card* for All Occasions Stationery • Na„kim and Matchea Plain or Personalized Paper Table Covert and Towels Olft Wrapping and Ribbona Toya and Party Favors School Suppliea Oilts We specialise In fust service for announcements anil invitations Engraved Thermographed Printed tiowiing League To Hold ilanquet The Miami B'nai B'rith Women's Bowling League held its first annual banquet on Sunday evening at the Club. Trophies were awarded to high scorers Miss Edith Rowan. Mrs. Robert Merkin and Mrs. I. J. Coulton. Scheduled to receive small gold statuettes for achievements were the Mesdames Seymour Cohen, Meyer Forer, Sidney Kaplan, Milton Sackett, Bernard Tytell and S. Wolmetz. Bowling League chairmen are Mrs. Robert Merkin and Mrs. Sidney Kaplan. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undcis.gned, dcs.ring i„ engage In '.'.'''.7''.^. !" ''':'' lh fl'-t'tious n-ime of CORONET MOTORS, LTD., at 915! 41st Street Miami Beach, intends to remitter wud name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ..f Dade Countv, I lorida, CORONET MOTORS. INC. -i-., „„ rioiitla Corporation lHEODOBE R. NELSON Attorney for Applicant One Lincoln Road Bide;. Miami Reach. Fla 5.22-29 — 6/3-12 MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. WholeiaU and Retail Rough or Pulverised Grade A. Soil Phone 4-0335 EDWARD ALPEB 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace ALL WORK GUARANTEED THAT NEW YORK TRIP WILL COST YOU LESS NOTICE BY PUBLICATION 'J! J. HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 158860 ISABEL MARGOLIES OILL, Plaintiff, SUM'.NER GILL. Defendant. TO: SUM NEK GIL 160 Warwick Street Methnen, Massachusetts YOU ARE HEREBY required to nerve a copy of your Answer to Plaintiff a Bill of Complaint lor Divorce on Plaintiff's attorneys, WEINSTEIN WEINSTEIN \WEINSTEIN. 420 Lincoln Roatl. Miami Beach. Florida, and to file your original Answer in the office of the Clerk of the ntuive Court on or before the lei day of June, 1168, otherwise a Deoree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. DATED at Miami, Florida, this 29 day of April. 1853. E. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court (Seal) By at C. GREEN. Deputy Clerk 5/1-8-17,-^2 NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that by Virtue Of chapter 678 of Florida. Statutes Annotated U941), Warehousemen and Warehouse Receipts, •Therein A. o. TRANSFER & WAREHOUSE CO., INC., a Florida corporation, by virtue of Its warehouse lien, has In its possession the following described property: ELECTRICAL & OAH APPLIANCES USED HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE! MISCELLANEt ITJS ITEMS as the property of ARTIE & MARTIE, N.W. 27th Avenue and 1.17th Street. Opa Locka, Florida; and that on the 1st day of June, 1953 during the legal hours of sale, mainly between 11:00 forenoon and 2:00 in the ufternoon, at 2049 N. Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida, the undersigned shall offer for Kale to the highest bidder for cash. in hantl the above described property as the property of Artie & Martle. DATED at Miami, Florida, this 18th day of May, IMS. A. O. TRANSFER & WAREHOUSE CO., INC. CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME. GREETINGS; This Is to certify that, whereas. Samuel Levy. Miami Beach, Fla. Irene Levy, Miami Beach, Ha. Shirley Schneider, Miami Beach, Fla. did on the 7th day of April, A.D. 1952. cause to be Incorporated under the provisions of Chapter 10096, Laws of Florida. Acts of 1925, UNCLE EZRA DRIVE-IN, INC., a corporation, with its principal place of business at Miami. Oade County, in the State of Florida, and whereas the stockholders of such corporation did on the 11th day of May, A.D. 1953, 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 saiil Chapter 10096, Laws of Florida, Acts of 1925, Showing the dissolution of such cor|K>ration. and the Secretary of State Is satisfied that the requirements of law have been complied with. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and have affixed the (ireat Seal of the Stnte of Florida, at Tallahassee, the capital, this. the fourteenth day of Ma>. A.D. int. (SEAL) R. A. GRAY, Secretary of State, : 22 51 / NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underslamed, desiring to engage hi business under the flctltioui name Of A. at TEXACO SERVICE, at 7500 N.W. 27th Avenue, Miami. Dade County, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. A. M. R1CHEY. JR. DORIS P, RICHEY RICHARD KRIEGER FINK Attorney for A. If. Texaco Service 412 Congress Building, 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 MCALLISTER GIFT CENTER, at McAllister Hotel, Miami, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOHN and CONNIE CLIFFORD STEPHEN F. KESSLER Attorney for Applicants 4 S.W. 22nd Ave. 5,15-22y — 6/T> NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of DARJAN OF MIAMI, at 279) S'W 32nd Court, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MURIEL TENI1ER SUE MILLER HUTNER AND HUTNER Attorneys for Darjan of Miami (SO ohmpia Building, Miami 32, Fla. j/15-22-29 — 6/5 AT THE KENMORE 700 Room Hoist HALL 145 EAST 23rd STREET HATES FROM %2M DAILY-SINGLE FROM *4.S0 DAILYDOUBLE Year opportunity to enjoy a ojlort•us New York vacation at e • iao.1 Meey feeturei to pleete you at tale refined, dignified hotel. FREE wimminq pool, oood food served et budoet eot ia both coffee strap end reitaureht eacellent bar end lounge. Just a few anlmitea ewey from United Nation*. Tims* Squats. Radio ty. Empire State Building. trauportalic* right et the doer. MO PARKING PROBLEMS WEEK ENDS. Mofafty-Mving rat**. SpaciaJ ntt for group*. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage ln business under the fictitious name of RICKY TIES OF MIAMI, at 35 N E. 2nd Avenue. Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I'ade County, Florida. SIDNEY MEDNICK, Sole Owner MARX M. FA HER Attorney for Applicant 412 Congress Bldg., Miami, Florida ;, I.".-22-29 — 6/5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersly • I Heelrlnl to engage In business under the fictitious name of HARLEM CLOTHING CENTER, at 1337-19 N.W. 3rd Avenue. Miami, intend tn register said name with the Clerk "f the Circuit Court of Dade County, t ,i LOUIS REISMAN ESTHER KEISMAN :, :':'-L"I — r. 3-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY. GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In I n-lne^s tin ler the fictitious name of PDA FILM DISTRIBUTING AGENCY .it 828 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami, Intends to register said name with the Clerk .of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL VOGELBAUM :, i'8-tS-SI NEW YORK CITY, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In busineai n k the fictitious name of VK.w PRODUCT ENTERPRISES, at 218 N.E. 2nd Ave.. inten/is to register s..i.l name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of !>ade County. Florida. feOLOMON BALSAS! 5/15-22-29 — /5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, the undersigned, desiring to engage In li.is.ii. ss under the fictitious name of BERNETT DRUG STORE, at 8701 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Couit of Dade County, Florida. MRS. ANNETTE KENDALL KATZOFF ANNA BRENNER MEYERS Attorney for Mrs. Annette Kendall Katzoff 5/15-22-29 -fc6/5 -^ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA CHANCERY No. 159593 EDITH M. BATTAILLE, Plaintiff vs. BROOKLYN C. BATTAILLE, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: BROOKLYN C. BATTAILLE 503 Summit Avenue Greensboro, North Carolina YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file vour Answer to the Complaint for Divorce with the Clerk of the above Court and serve a copy thereof upon KEsSLBR AND GARS, Attorneys for Plaintiff, 4 S.W. 22nd Avenue, Miami, Florida, on or before the 29th day of June, 1953, else complaint will be taken, as confessed. Dated: May 8, 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court By WM. W. STOCKING. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Cleric 5/22-29 — 6/5-12 NOTICE TO CREDITORS COUNTY JUDGES COURT. DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA, Probate 29977A Re: ESTATE OF YETTA EDELSTH1N, Deceased To all persons having claims or demands against said estate: You aro notified to file your said claims in the Office of the County Judges of Dade County Court House, Miami, Florida, within S calendar months from the time of first publication of this notice, Mav tZ, 1953. or same will be barred. SADIE I-EINSM1TH, Executrix JOSEPH 7.F.MEI. Attorney for Executrix •05 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla, :. 22-28 — 6/5-12 ^^___^^ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. AT LAW. No. 28318-A CO" il.TRONIC O > It I •< 'RATION Hi AMERICA, a Florida corporation, Plaintiff L'NITSD STATES AIR CONDITIONING; CI IRPORATK >N, a corporation, ivfcndant AMENDED NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To; UNITED STATES AIR CON< DITIONING CORPORATION Como Avenue BJS. at 33rd Minneapolis 14. Minnesota YOU ARE HEREBY NoTIMII' that a complaint for damages has been tlleil against you by COOLTKONIO CORPORATION OF AMERICA, a Florida corporation, and you arc required to serve a copy of your answer or other responsive pleadings thereto on plaintiffs attorneys. ROTH AND FABER. 412 Congress Building, Miami. Florida, and file the original In the office of the Clerk of the above Court on or before the 22nd day Of June. 1MB; otherwise a default will be entered against you. Dated this 18th day of Mav, I!'":!. B, II I.KATHKRMAX. Clerk of the Circuit Court By; WM W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk 5/22-29 — 6,5-12 i .-BWBKHRI



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PAGE 2 B -Jewish HorkMan FRIDAY. HJLT Weinkle Again To Head Federation; Annual Report Tallies $1,190,469 Carl Weinkle, head of Carl's Food Stores, was reeiected president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation at its 15th annual meeting last Sunday night in the Empress Hotel. Also named to serve on a second term as Federation officers were Dan B. Ruskin. honorary president, and Charles Fruchtman. treasurer Vice presidents elected include Sam Friedland, Howard Kane, Aaron Kanner, Sidney Lefcourt and Stan ley C. Myers. Named to the post of secretary was Mrs. Fannie Selig. The annual meeting featured a tableau dedicated to Executive Director Morris Klass called This is Your Federation Life and depicting highlights of his career in the field of community planning and social welfare. Past presidents of Federation during Klass' tenure of office participated in the presentation. Included in the cast were Stanley C. Meyers. Ben Bronston. Sam Blank. William D. Singer. Jacob Sber. Max Orovitz. Dan B. Ruskin. Howard Kane and Carl Weinkle. Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof wrote and di rected the dramtic presentation. Klass received numerous messages of greeting from national leaders in the field of philanthropy and social welfare, including personal tributes from Edward M. M. Warburg and Dr. Joseph Schwartz, of the United Jewish Appeal, and Julian Freeman, president of the j drive to secure the needed pledges Council of Jewish Federations and t o achieve the 1953 goal of $1,398,Welfare Funds. Campaign Chairman Howard Kane, submitting his annual re000. Announcement o f Federation trustees was also made at the anport on the Combined Jewish Apnua i meeting. These include Sam peal, announced that $1,190,469.89 81^^, Joseph Cherner, Moses Ginsberg. Mrs. Louis Glasser. Dr. had been raised, exceeding last year's pledge collections by $32.225 More than 400 members of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and their guests heard Rabbis Joseph Narot and Mayer Abramowitz deliver their personal tribute to Klass who is resigning his post after 12 years with Federation to enter private business in Miami. He received gifts from his fellow Morris Goodman. Leon Jacobs, Abe Kurman. Marcie Liberman. Max Orovitz, Joseph M. Rose. Herbert E. Scher. Jacob Sher, William D. Singer. Harry Sirkin and Joseph R. Stein. Elective governors are: M .I.I. k AnUn, Lea A' kei Win. Aaranove, J* met Alt* : %  R K mam* Apt*, N.ml A^hisn .z\ Leonard BAIT, afn David Fran I %  • ker, IT MeWIn Becker, SUM lln-krllirin. Slilnry I.. Ilirnemployees. from prominent cami,.,„,„. Herman Binder, Daniel Broad, paign leaders and from the Jewish community for his effort in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Kane presented the Worker OfThe Year award to Joseph Mechlow, chairman of the Restaurants and Equipment Division, for his year-round campaign activity in behalf of the Appeal A special award was also made to Mrs Faye Ablin for her work as chairman of the Patrons Division. Weinkle subsequently announced that plans were being formu SUNRMrAkk HEALTH RESORT HOTELSANITARIUM FOt MIT. CONVALESCEMCI AMS OMOMK CAJU %  aa'awleVr c\nr> -MIAMI Bkepard Broad, lien Brwutoa, Mr* Win < Lapland l: I \ M '-.,.-.. M- A M ("as: %  el, David Cataman Leo Chalkln, I George Chertkof, Bytrta Cbertkof, Aba Cohen, laldoi Cohan, Joeaph Cohan, | Bd <'.•. Joaeph Dallett, Bw Uuibajum, Ji.iwiiii DuatoV, Mr* Jim. imn1 tuv, 1A-<> uaanataln, Ljot l Kll, Leon Bpalatn, Hn karoa reir. Jacob Flahmaa. Mrs. samuvl I • %  I Milton A. Krit-dinaii, atailli %  Q Kurman. Joaeph II Gardner, Mm. 8am Oerunaa, Ben (Hller, Jala* OlUetu, Ootdberc, Loula Unldinan.. Sam A Ooldateln, Kmll J. Oould, Al ihic < ir.'i-iilnTK. Mr.I.-iinl(Iro**Inger, Mr*. Murry Qroaaman, Harry HarriII. lit, Jr.. Uiule Helium* Sam Helnuui, Mm Baul Herman, AIberl UlrM'h. Morris Honljebiium. Mri Ada Joeepk, Laon KaiI:in. Mis Leon Kaplan, atonii Khuia, M J Kopelowill. Hani K !7.k\. Aaron Kr.ivitz. Bam Ijohman. Kliiel l.t-aowndt-r. I.i\ii !-• %  ineon, .1 Gerald Lea is, Joaeph M Llplon, S.U1I Llpton, Sam Lub) l:..1.1.. Samuel M Hachtai, Mr* Lou\! ,. .\ -ky. Ju< ph Mei blow, Hal, hi he off, Bai "ii i %  %  ii h Meyer, Ben Meyer* MiBen May• i Mi Hi • j -niii Millar, c-e <". Miller, Mrs .Inm-ph Minlzrs. i I'liillp Morria. Jark Miiravrhlck. Ir. Will fiefs' Joint Hanre .1 flair Miami Beach Masada and the Mi ami Unit of Junior Hadassah will jointly sponsor a Summer Camp Scholarship Dance on Sunday. May 24th. 9 B.m.. at the Shelborne Hotel, according to Elaine Schwartzman and Archie Goodwin, presidents of the organization Purpose of the dance will be to raise enough money to send deserving teen agers to Camp Tel Yehudah. the National Young Judaea Leadership Training Camp, this summer. Working on the Scholarship Dance are Elaine Schwartzman and Eddie Oka, arrangements; Ruth Dtxion and Lila Gross, publicity: and Sam Soldinger and Pat and Delores Pearl, door. Joaeph N..:. :. '" U-ir.an i Hen, IT Kurt Pelser. DaWd Phillip* Mm I>a\id Phillip*. Mr* Kerry Plaloff. Joaeph I'oslol Sam I"r.>l.rman, Jacob Ral.innw It*. Mr.Chariot Itainrr, Sam Renlok. Jort-i'h A i'.ichter. I.eu Boat, Sam Kos(, scymnur Kubln. Irvine; tiaal, Ijiwreni'.Sapero. John Serbln. Irvine; Schatznian. Arnold S*-'lf-r. Henry Srlllln. Mrs H. nr> S.-itlin. Sam Sr-Ulln, Arthur Shandloff. Ilai.li luiiii Shapiro. Sam Shapiro, I. S Shapoff, Leu Shelncr, Max Sli.inman. AI Sherman, frrti K Shoohet. Leon Slmkins. laldore B. Simkowlt*. Harry Sim.inhoff. Mr*. Sam Slmonhoff. Mttton Sirkin. Mn. Milton Sirkin. Abe Soloako. Judge Harold 11 Spa^t. Jwomf Stern. Carl Suanklnd. Mrs rarl Suaeklnd. Meyer Telgman. Mr* Max TVnu'hin. Harold Thurman. I>avld Trau. f5u. Trau, Alex Van Straatrn. Naphtali Weidber*. l>r .!• -. pb Wridbern, Aaron Weinkle, Mr*. Irwin Weinstrln, Sam \Vel**eI, I>r ('harles Wcrblow. Leonard Wlen. Nathan Wlnokur, iinnr Z<-lix-r. Mr*. Z.'.-z.r Harry Zukernlck. ArBriek. Jaul A. Galhut. Mr Harrv Queen, Beryl Morriana, Moil I* Mmoa and Joan Wt M Non-elective governors are: K.ii i Mayer Abraojowlta, Mrs. BJ-njamln Appel, Alex Aronoff, Ullbert J. Halkin Meyer A Baakin, Mrs. l-eo t'haikin. lien It. Cleln. Albert t'omanor. ir\uiK Cypan, Mn Mayar i-:evln. Seymour B l.lebman. Mrs. Joaeph I.lltman, Max Melsel, Mrs Stanl, v c Myera, Maurlre Pearlsteln. Rabbi Joaeph K. Rackovaky. Mrs. Harry Roners. l'alar.UIM Zelentz. Dr. '.: i Qllck, Rabbi [A-OII Kninlsh. I,oui* Phllli|>*. Herbert Slur. Mrs Sam Slmonhoff. Herbeil ( ielernler and larael Kre.-m.-in. ;: ^gga^< ^agggsg^^^pasggsss 4 Zfol^/ie'th/tett\ylte metier cAocte ^ou/otu fit (Ae finest in funeUi/betvice A service thai leaves a lasting remembrance of beauty and reveranca and the utmost in considerate attention at a tint* when most needed GORDO FUNERAL HOME, Inc. MIAMI MIAMI BEACH 710 S.W. 12th AVE. 1333 DADE BLVD. Ph. 3-3431 Ph. 5-7677 B. H. BiNNITT, Funeral Director DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-1 EMPL8YMENT SERVICE 37 N. E. 5th Street Phone •-•401 AL MEIDENBERQ, Owner 1 Let WORRY About Your FOOD A Complete Catering Service Beautiful Horn D'ooimw Made to Order Rental o! CHINA SILVERWARE LINENS Entertainment end all other detaili arranged for your formal and informal affair* PHONE 3-5463 NIGHTS. SUNDAYS A HOLIDAYS TACK & JILL CATERERS M N.W 7th St. Oft MlimMft;. \K / \ South Shore Democratic Club signs its charter before Court Judge Pat Cannon. Shown at the organizational i which officially set the group into operation are (kit | Mom Appel, Philip Zirnand. Cannon, Max Homer, Kasxip. David Gkxser and Alfred Stone. Him* MoHMtaim 1 amp<>v* Have Opvn tiouHv Blue Mountain Campers attended an open house at the home of Mrs. Feme Schwartz, 1975 Hawthorne Avenue, on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Schwartz is the Florida representative for Blue Mountain Camp located in East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. The open house included ball games for the boys and guided listening to music for girls by Miss Sandy Barson, camp counselor. Overlooking the Delaware Water Gap, Blue Mountain Camp wiil be open for the Miami group next month. According to Mrs Schwartz, campers here will entrain on June 30th to spend their 8-week vacation. Blue Mountain has been in operation for the past 34 years. Mrs. Meyer Hear* DeMolay Mothers Mrs. Leo Meyer installed offe] of the Mothers Amilur,^ Order of DeMolay last Frid^ noon at a luncheon in the | Hotel. Installed as president *] Al Berman who received tbtl dent's Bell from Mrs. John | retiring president. Others installed were the I dames Dorothy Schloatart i_ president; Benjamin Smehoo.3 president and recording M Roy Robins, treasurer and I secretary': Jack Bernard, ponding secretary; and LnM man, chaplain. Leo Meyer, chairman ol thej visory Board of the Order ajl Molay, was yuest speaker. GLASS FOR EVEBT PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLAM ; Fnrntture Tops. Beveled Mirrors end Reailvering Our Sptda1| IA ii. Glass and Mirror Worki 136 S.W. 8th SL PHONE sal *fORRIS ORLIN IRVING GORDflfl. General Repair on all Make Truck* and Car* Electric and Acetylene Waldlnc COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrecka Rebuilt — Body Repair* and Painting Free Pick-Up and Daily err — Wrecker Service r kenes 3-2244, 2-4452 840 LW. It* M f I i fWT MCI I M P. at. 1* MCEf mill* •M.V mm 1st • Za*t IIXCI'T SUN0ATSI lt0RI0S I 00C1RHCM. MUIIH • No Miner* Admitted Te or On The Premises SaYar Daily MeirsHfirt Ftr Direct Is ** To Tin Trie* BISCAYNE .& Street Between N f 2nd and N -V ONLI



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PAGE 43 RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY s^*^ nuDAY.m, 1l MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER ices • 15 pm_ wwA Rabat MorwiH heM Friday mwi services rw Stay ifTii—f Dr Doaaid at 6-JB pjL. wsth Rabat Lta{ Mwhrawm. dwactar of the Career T hnami iflkwm Satarday ,$*y **•* %  HtUd Fiwfclnr rr. euiag *eik e are at 9 UL. will be guest sweater. Subject of whea the Rabat will dma the to daeoaeae i r s p awliaas: Jew Weekly Portion. The Bar Mazvwtk i*a Yoath Tedey Aad T iiwr c: David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lao-. Saturday — rmm t servaes are at ii Baker, aad Gerald, saa of Mr. BBS am. whan a n iii rt of the and Mrs. Sam FYsedaua. ami take 1 O pace. Caaior Dmd Sirrenaaa iU i the render the mill portions of the aad the 0 liturgy. Daily mik e s are IB the dnceuoa of Leoa chapel at < ta. aad at < 45 ^a the HIALEABmMAMI SPRINGS HOLLYWOOD JEWISH COM JEWISH COMMUMfTY CENTER WUNfTY CEMTER aill hold Frtda> ail hatd Friday i IIMII ae r taes evening atr*tci at 8 30 prr. with a: 8 15 p as., wah Remaned Lao Rabbi DSVM Shapiro offsaaung Hraa ^^—-nt aad inaiihhn oa • aad itm %  aaai Do Names Have the topic: Jewish Existectianszri tSMwflraaee KhMash anil be reAj A Caatrtfcatioa To Maakssd. cited by Clifford Res*. Cheataig Mr aad Mrs Phillip Lyons will be the liturgy vill be Caator Joseph followW Maiak *• UMI Bhmr. OriS T*t Jit Mii-... li i Sw.rtkjr. Or". Are. Miami Hl Rib* *•*•• llMcbtMI. aa4m_ aH-t:i Waah At* MB. Shaimw-Saaai Um imt MTH saotv u*erai. i£* I'tlivao Av. C liikWa. % % %  f a Sj >aailai—Orthodox, IX* the xir i.-4 A. MUaaa. ami reader F JJC -<•*••-*• N* 5i* P'-a<*. Uia—n ACMMVRaWM A>xaa4r Groaa. Orthodox, ;• ilk M. X.B. Hialaia. M iam i San n a a — Rercrawa LHUB. Conaw IIIIW. J1 K. 4th An Hj'Mk H aW j m n a — OwarrvatiT*. MM polk .-: Hoilrvaoa. laraaota Caatar — Rabbi Abraham ?*rha. Coawmlh'. I1M SW !th Trr. Mhal Ka aa t t ti laraai—Rabbi Abraham Caaaai. Orthodox. 1411 Elarttd Are, Miami 'Beach. Rabbi Irrlnx L*hr-nan. re. 1T1 Waah. AT* MB. of the litargy As Owe* jhabbN aill I Miami llak^i tc lai itabbt BBM A^rtl Orthodox, 5S SW ;rtk Ar, bts at the Oaag log Saturday morning je r i xe s foUoa. with Mr. and Mrs. Frank are at 9 am The Center will bold Margabes serriag as bos* Satur "r?}f* "'^Z 1 "?'SZ~? £?? J*' E _. \Twa*. .North Miami fmarb open boose oa Saturday evening day raortaag sendees are at 9 Nn, o-Raktx Harr KV nr a: 8 pa. 'am. Btatial Mardechai Halman rw aaa j.t tMa,.imWJ w. b.x.t Bbzh | aill assmt Rabbi Stapjro Junior s^'" s*>7?-Rabbi L Mar*r Abraaw ta. c-bm**rra(K. CM TJtb St.. nea a tk ai nnx t i are at 9 30 | £.£., and wiii be condacted by HerTamb TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami aill hold Friday eaeaaag ttnu e i at PAL, wuh Dr Joseph R. \arot Maw Shapiro officiating aad diaratsing: The Real Miracle Of The Bibb? Sat YOUM6 ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE urcay raorauhf: se i k e s are at 11 will hold Friday eveaatg services am. when the Bar Mitzvah of Hara: 6-JO p m. Saturday morning r Jg •hVd. MM of Mr. and Mrs. David R. services are at 830 aua. Mtwh Zamara—Rciarmm Ruoott Brni. conlaaa*>~Dr Jommh NaroL R*::XK lth St.. MlamL larmM — CM* N. Miami Arc Miami *t •.li-RlU': A'.!re4 Wumu. Cl i a ii--ativ. 5TM SW lTth St.. Miami. Yojng fa-a*l — Ortbdox. 4M1 Cbaaa Sunshine Biscuit Inc.. of Long Island City bakm. Unsalted Krispy Crackars. bos announced tba?^ Goehnan will again supervise the baking of the Ka. ers to see that they conform in every way with it EaRlNuth. Rabbi Goelman. who barbeen^coTecS ^S Sunshine Bakery for many years, will be the r*raarl!i I ruth supervisor in the pkmL Rabbi Goelman is arZS the Rabbinical Board of New York and is the spiriSS of Congregation Mount Zion Anshe Ernes in New YT assure the pubhc that Sunshine Unsalted Krispy Ct^Z baked under Rabbinical supervision, every packaoe IT crackers will bear the two letters. RS. Riias. wul take place. ess KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION .:i hold Fridaj evening es si 6 15 p m. Satordayr saaaiag sen-sees are at 8£0 am. will be at 6JO p.m. followed by Shake Seudos under the sponsorship of Herman and Morris Berk ISRAELITE CENTER will hold ttve. Gaba Zamora Ave.. Coral Warren, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Binder, aill take place. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Friday evening services at 6.45 Mamches will officiate Mincha is I:: CL-1 ~ : Rabbi Abraham Cassel aill %  Saturday morning senices ,, 6:15 pBL followed by Shalos Seudos and a discussion on Ethics sad p reiee t the sermon are at 8 30 am. when Rabbi Mor=am Sed -IU render ton Malavsky wul officiate and disofOur Fathers Daily services "are acal portions of the taargy cuss The Tabernacle. Mincha L* lt 7:3 o a m and at 6:30 p m Mr are a: 8 am, and at 6 45 p.m.. followed by Shalos „,, Mrs wmklemsn and Mr. and BwamSJ CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN "ER THE HEBBEW TEACHERS ASSOCIATION OF GREATER MIAMI Mrs Binder will sponsor the floral offerings. • a • BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will bold Friday evening services at 6 45 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 in. Rabbi Moses Mescbeloff will officiate and ?Tl^*Jl 5 ^^"* tk "*Uy Portion Cantor Aaron Weingarten will render the %  aric al portions of the liturgy Junior coagregation sen ices are at 9 am., under the direction of BenFLAGLERGRANADA JEWISH janun Kaminetzky Mincha will be COMMUNITY CENTER will hold at 6:45 pa, followed by Shalos Saturday aawnmg services at 9 Seudos. Rabbi Mescbeloff wul BETH EL CONGREGATION will h !d Friday evening semces at : sundown Saturday morning services are at 8.30 am. with Dr. %  Sassaryahu Swirsky officiating and discussing the Weekly Portion A Sea dos. Junior services Academy Hall at 10 arc. are in when Stuart Jay Edekman and speak Daily services are at 7 and Kaa Supbaas will become Bar 8 am., and at 6 45 p m Mitrvah. Caator EUas Cerner and Dr Joseph Harwra win officiate BETH DAVrD SYNAGOGUE will hoM Friday evening sarvKsa M 6 30 pjn B'nai B nth Women Meet B'nai BYith Women of Miami will meet on Wednesday, May 27th. 12 noon, at Howard Johnsons 37th ices are M 9 am* whan the Bar ATenu and Sooth West Bth Street, Mravoth of Winism. as of Mr. !" dessert luncheon. Funds colsad Mrs Arthur wmkleman. and lert B re earmarked for the group's philanthropic and civic protects. In charge of reservations are the Mesdames Leon An dress. Minna Levine and A Z Alpert Young Israel Plans Expansion Program Members of Young Israel Synagogue met last week to formulate plans for an expansion program, according to Solomon Lobel. president. Lobel said that immediate plans call for a survey of sites here. Chairman of the committee is David Goldstein. Among those sening include Samuel Sakols. Jacob Kaufman. Benjamin Sherry. Simon Kleiman and Morris Weinstein. 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PAGE 6X • Service For Israel Sends 18 Million Pounds Of Food Abroad In Five Years JMtfAytf^ Jr_ i NEW YORK — On May 14th. as the Jewish people and its friends throughout the world celebrated the fifth anniversary of Israel independence, Service for Israel, equipped meat processing plant near Tel Aviv. The company maintains the largest bulk stocks of gift foods in Israel, which according to official insurance records, average JT Inc., 2 Park Avenue, New York near three-quarter of a million City, the nation s oldest and largest do „ ars ,„ ya ue „ any given time despatchers of gift food shipments to Israel rounded out five parallel years of service to the new state. It was on the 5th of Iyar. by the Jewish calendar, exactly five years Will Stage Comedy The Teen Agers of Tifereth Israel Jewish Center will hold a fund raising affair on Saturday. May ago. that a group of Jewish states„ fc !" f," ?* ere ?w ln fi/'?,? A V,V i comedy. The Best Policy. Among !" S T' t ke t he £ teful s e P I those in the cast are Jerry Berke. Whkh brought into being after f M H R ^ AbboU 2.000 long years a reborn Jewish 4 \ Morris Klass' twin boys, Michael and Joel, take front stage positions with and Sandra Rubinstein. ',, TV i I Schulman. Jack Robin. Marshall! !" oms rass (Win "Y S "*" a !" '"• *" .rage pillions with their taw state. And it* as almost to the G u serson Barbara Tarr ; eration Life Scrapbook as past presidents of ths Greater Miami Jewish Federation !" to the retiring executive director at Federation's 15th annual meeting last Sunder ^t 450 persons in the Coronation Room of the Empress Hotel heard community \L,A Klass for 12 years of service with Federation. Shown (left to right) are Morris Kl *' %  Chertkof, Dr. Erna Klass, Stanley C. Myers, Ben Bronston, Howard Kane, Carl w^ ul < B. Ruskin, William D. Singer, Jacob Sher and Sam Blank. Other Federation leaderTtrfu! attend were Sam Friedland and Max Orovitz. day. some 5.000 miles away that a small office was opened on New York's East 66th Street to speed the first private American food re-' Academy Card Party lief to the people of the fledgling j The annual spring card party, nation already isolated by Arab sponsored by the Hebrew Acadattacks from all sides, cut off from e my Women's Organization, will be normal trade channels and comheld on Wednesday evening. May munications. 27th. 8 p.m.. at the Casablanca Ho With the cooperation of the protel. visional government of Israel and, Mrs. Samuel Cohen will be hosvarious public Jewish bodies in this t eS s to the Hebrew Academy Worncountry and elsewhere a unique e n and their guests. Mrs. Cohen service was launched which was to • said that all proceeds of the event become the principal channel for Americans to send urgently needed gifts of food to their families and friends in Israel. During the past five years, it was revealed by two of its founders. Charles Bess, president of the organization, and Abraham Krumbein. vice president and treasurer, over 18 million pounds of food and other necessities have been shipped to Israel by the organization in behalf of American donors The | greater part of this total has consisted of bulk shipmetns of food against which have been drawn Sen ice for Israel's famous gift certificates. Today Service for Israel conducts its food gift operations in two ways It issues scrip certificates. in S10. $15 and $25 denominations, which are redeemable by the recipient in its Israel stores for his choice of unrationed kosher foods and other needs. It also distributes parcel certificates for a choice of eleven food assortments packed from bulk stocks in Israel at prices ranging from $10.50 to $38.50. Service for Israel now operates a complicated network of installations for services in Israel, consisting of its four gift shops in TelAviv. Jerusalem and Haifa, its parcel distribution centers in the same cities, as well as placed series of warehouses, coldstorage centers and a completely will benefit the Academy's Scholarship Fund for needy students. Turk Receives Honor From Cuba Councilman Harold Turk, of Miami Beach, and former mayor was the recipient Wednesday of the highest decoration awarded by the Republic of Cuba, the Order of Carlos Manuel de Cesedes. Councilman Turk, in receiving the decoration, was told by Dr. Eduardo Hernandez, Consul General of Cuba, that he had done more in the last five years than any other single man in this area to promote closer relations and InterAmerican understanding between the United States and its Latin American neighbors. Several hundred men and women of the Greater Miami area were present at the presentation which was also the occasion for the cele| bration honoring the 51st anniversary of the Independence of Cuba. This is the third decoration received by Turk from the Cuban Government in addition to several other recognitions for his activities in Inter-American relations and human relations from EquaTZZSS £L2? S alvador WzueJa and 3M fJCV an Newly installed officers of the Hebrew Academy Women's Organization at luncheon held last week in the Miami Beach Jewish center are (left to right) the Joseph Rackovsky, treasurer; David Seid, social secretary; Isidore Spoiler, corres secretary; Alexander Kogan, vice president; Jerry Sussman, vice president; Alexander Gross, luncheon co-chairman; Irving Firtel, vice president and luncheon co-chairman;! David Shapiro, installing officer; the Mesdames Sidney Rubinowitz, president; Sai hen, vice president; Harry Genet, vice president; Samuel Ritter, vice president; and Kornreich, recording secretary. ff>i ">!*. "8 Mexico. Councilman Turk has held local positions in B'nai B'rith. as well as many offices in the State and District and now serves as national Hillel commissioner of the Supreme Lodge. He served for five years as chairman of the important j Publicity and Public Relations Committee of the National Conference of Christians and Jews and is an outstanding leader in every phase of interfaith relations. I„ %  p Tur t has served as councilman Teen Agers To Entertain of (he City of Miami Beach for six Two teen agers of the Tao Soror-1 years, including two years as mayreportedly NORTH SHORE MEETING The next meeting of the North Shore Lodge of B'nai B'rith will be held at the Empress Hotel on Wednesday. May 27th. 8:15 p.m. Speaker for the evening will be Stanley' Gordon, of station WTVJ. who will speak on the subject: Behind The Screen In Television. Wi* *1 Shown at the installation luncheon last Friday of the Miami Division, National Council, isn women, is Mrs. Nathaniel Levin (third from left) being congratulated for her eledkel, the presidency by Mrs. Monte Selig. installing officer and National Board member. Lo on (left to right) are the Mesdames Leon Kaplan, administrative vice president, Herbert! vice president in charge of education; and Lao Ackerman. service vice president ity. Roberta Figure and Beverly Kramer, will entertain the Golden Age Friendship Club of the Town Branch. Greater Miami Jewish Center. Sunday, May 24th, at 2:30 p.m. Final Gables Activity Final social activity for the current year of the Sisterhood of the Coral Gables Jewish Center will be a smorgasbord luncheon on Wednesday, May 27th. 12:30 p.m.. at -the Center. Mrs. Max M. Messer is chairman. Meet Your Neighbor Harold Shapiro, commentator on the radio program, Meet Your Neighbor, special feature of the Yiddish Classical Hour, has invited as his guest William Shapiro, attorney of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on Sunday. May 24th, at 8:15 p.m., over station WINZ. Shapiro will discuss: My Brother. or, having reportedly been the youngest mayor in the history of the city. He was also honored in 1949. when he was re-elected. Turk was elected in 1951. as one of the, five outstanding men in the State of Florida by the Junior Chamber of Commerce. He is a member of the Board of | Directors of the Hebrew Academy, I j the Miami Beach Jewish Center, and a member of the Board of Fel-1 lows of Brandeis University. T^y^ '.f*H Radio Synagog In Memoriam will be the subject of Rabbi S. M. Machtei's sermon on the Radio Synagog at 9 a.m., Sunday, over station WflAM. The program will be dedicated to the memories of Queenie Stella and Leo Machtei. There will be prayers, scripture reading, liturgical music and a question box. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will chant the El Moleh Rochamim, accompanied at the organ by Herman Fried. on *2m2S?iiS*tt2 — "St Louis Club ol Gai Miami Co^g te the Delmonic" HoSr^ ? UpU ammal ^"^on plans and banquet id*David A. DavU Mr. uSR^i*: J J P low ^ and Mr.. Morris Sokolik. Standing^ sel Winer 1 EMW I Mrs. Nat Wolison. Miss Esther Goodman and Mr* I



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r.ftV. MAY 22. M83 .ach ResidentsAre Ued As Outstanding -o Miami Beach residents, Mrs. Incv I. Weintraub and E. Albert h 0 t have been awarded honor_ "life memberships in the Miami lior Chamber of Commerce for | {islanding community service." k 0 awards were announced at I Jaycees' recent meeting in the Mister Hotel. jlr Weintraub becomes the rt woman to receive this honor L (he Jaycess' similar recogniT15 years ago of Mrs. Ruth BryI Owen Rohde. The other two Lients this week were James I. | ler jr.. and J. N. McArthur. Lughter of pioneer Miamian IsL Cohen, Mrs. Weintraub has Ln identified with numerous macivic and philanthropic activiin Greater Miami and served this year as director of the j,ed Mother's March on Polio. hong her numerous offices, she L member of the Executive Com|tee and Board of Directors of Miami Beach Taxpayers' AssoPallot. former president of the L m i Beach Taxpayers' AssociaL i s a former Florida assistant brnev general and active civic |der He was chairman of the Entarj Citizens' Committee for Esion • i the Miami charter, pres( n : B f the Florida State Fsderaof Bnai B'rith Lodges and month was picked as Greater Bm s >.ngle delegate to B'nai Mtb's Supreme Lodge triennial hvention in Washington, D.C. vJewistncrkfton Beth David Annttdi Picnic jCrandon Pa*. Arrangements have The Beth David annual Religious been made for a motorcade to form School and congregation Picnic will at Beth David at 9:30 a.m. and be held on Sunday, at Pit No. 4,1 drive to Crandon Park. The Israelite Center will hold an open house reception in honor of its new spiritual leader. Rabbi Morton Malavsky (right) and Mrs. Malavsky on Sunday, May 24th, at 8 p.m. Chairman of the affair is Albert Weinberq Qefl) who will be assisted by Morris Aron, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Barocas, Mrs. Al Bart, Mrs. Israel Goldberg, Mrs. S. L. Cohen, David Granat, Mrs. Sam Sandier, Mrs. Nathan Shenkin and Irving Sperling. Shapiro Schedules Flamingo Rally eh Taxpayers lit Referendum phular.; isystem on Miami Beach. Figure^ currently announced by Taxpayers show that referenn. ii passed, would cost the |ty ol Miami Beach a yearly sum J sioo.ooo. 1,1 ,1. I vis. president of the Taxjyers Association, stared that a (ember'hip drive by the group is ntinuing. New members wishing join the group may apply at Lincoln Lane, he said. Harold Shapiro's campaign for City Council swings into high gear Saturday night with the first of a series of rallies covering all sections of Miami Beach. Flamingo Park will be the scene of the initial rally, with a free entertainment program slated to begin at 8 p.m. Shapiro will give his stand on all major issues of the campaign at that time, according to his headquarters at 1436 Washhe Miami Beach Taxpayers' Asington Avenue, liation launched a campaign this | The former president of the Miik against the June 2nd refer-, ami Beach Zionists swings into the which providers for a new! S outh shore area on Tuesday, May 26th. with a program at the Workmen's Circle building. Shapiro will also hold another rally at Washington Park on Wednesday night. Shapiro is the former, chairman of the Jewish National Fund Council and currently is commander of the Jewish War Veterans. He is vice president of the Miami Beach Music and Arts League and is chairman of the Miami Beach Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal. The candidate, making his second bid for public office after being runnerup in a field of 27 aspirants in 1951, will hold a rally at North Shore Park on Thursday night. May 28th. Other programs are scheduled at Normandy* Isle Park on May 30th, and at Stillwater Park on election eve, June 1st. TV REPAIRS IMMEDIATf TEUVISIOM SltVKf NIGHTS, SUNDAYS, HOLIDAYS S3 for Call I Phone CITY-WIDE TV %MH Obituaries BERTHA COOPER 66. of 9270 Kant Bay Harbor Drive, died on May 16th. A resident here for the past two years, she Is survived by her daughter, Mrs. Selman Rablnowiti, and a brother. Nathan Bernstein. Services were on Sunday at the Miami Beach Riverside, with Rabbi Leon Kronlsh officiating. Interment was on Mount Nebo Cemetery. MILDRED SAUL FERRARA 33. of 2j0-20th Street, died on May 17th. A resident here for the past three years, she Is survived by her husband, Ralph; two brothers, Harvey and Leonard Rosenblaum: and four Sisters, Mrs. Alma Jeres, Mrs. Gertrude Brody, Mrs. Jesse Malot and Mrs. Sylvia Goldberg. Services were at the Miami Beach Riverside, with Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky officiating. Interment was on Mount Sinai Cemetery. ISADORA WEISS 73, <>f 724 Kspanola Way, died on May Hth. A resident here for the past seven vears, he Is survived by his wife. Mary, and a son, Louis. Remains were sent to New York City ior service* and interment by the Beach Memorial Chapel. MORRIS PACK 61, of 360 Collins Avenue, died Saturday. A resident here for the paM 18 years, he was interred b>• l.e.ich M.•mortal Chapel Monday on Mount blnal Cemetery. CHARLES HARRISON 47 of 4299 Collins Avenue, dl.-d Sunday. A resident here for the pa-J -is vears, he is survived by he wife. Jean. Remains were sent to Jackson HeiKhts. Ixmg Island. New York. %  •••> %  services and Interment by Beach Memorial Chapel. MAXWELL J. ROSENTHAL 58. a Bridgeport. Connecticut dent st and winter resident here for the past 25 years, died on May 14th. at hs tome only one week after leaving Miami He Is survived by his wife, t-thSlTon"brother. Albert of Miami; and fwo sisters, Mrs W. Loewith. of Bridgeport, and Mrs. H. Jacobs, of New Haven. IGKEN SOUPS QUALITY WORK AND MATERIALS YILARO PAINTING COMPANY Your S4rtl$fKtion-Oir Pltatvrt 1170 S.W. 6th STREET Phono 82-6158 i II THI Distributed by PA1M DISTRIBUTORS. WC. ^4NX. 24th St. Mia mi 37. Flo. Phon* ww Elect NAT MALMUTH The ONLY Merchant Business Man for CouncU VOTE a Business Man for a Business Administration MAKE YOUR VOTE COUNT Pull Lever 6 Elect Nat Malmuth FERTILIZER 4 7-5 all purpose with manganese and magnesium 100 lb. 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jJSBBra i^^wiislbJEJI-oipidliiaun MIAMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY. MAY 22, 1953 SEC. B German-Arab League Relations! Strained Over Reparations Pact mSW***!; largest floating crane in the Middle East recently install! is seen in Haifa, Israel, during loading and unloading options of heavy industrial equipment. Here, a small boat jiown getting an air lift. Its most recent achievement was unloading of a new monster generator weighing nearly tons which arrived from the United States to help boost jel's powe r supply. \holar*hip8 To Camp Announced Summer Camp Scholarship,Camp, National Young Judaea nittcr of the Greater Miami list Youth Commission, under [chairmanship of S. A. Goodhas announced that Harry J. ; and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Parre presenting two scholarships iimmer camps this season. Zionist Youth Commission Leaders Workshop and Camp and the Israel Summer Tours. "It is our hope," said Goodman, "that by sending our young people to summer camps such as the ones we sponsor they will come back better equipped to take their places in our community." Working with Goodman are Seyscholarships to Camp Tel j ux.• iv .- T.,M. mour B. Liebman, Mrs. Belle MilUdah National Young !" jler ; Mr A1 H ellman. Max Mangold. Jership Training Camp, IZTA Mrs Alex Van strattan, Al Sher Institute and Ten Day m an and Harry J. Sonz. BONN — IN THE PACE OF demands from Arab hotheads that a boycott be instituted against West Germany because she concluded the Reparations Agreement with Israel, the Arab League Council last month deferred a decision on the issue. With that act, it is though here, the danger of a boycott has in all likelihood passed. Individual firms known to make deliveries to Israel, may, however, be blacklisted. The avoidance of a general boycott is mainly due to the attitude of Egypt, it is learned from German circles in close touch with Middle Eastern affairs. They explain that General Naguib believes the success of his industrialization program to be dependent upon German imports and German technical skill. The trade-minded Lebanon was also averse to the imposition of a boycott, it is stated, whereas Syria and Saudi Arabia were the most vigorous pleaders for it. This is attributed in part to their resentment of Egypt's claim to hegemony within the Arab League, in part to Syrian fear of Israel's intentions. In connection with Egypt's in dustrialization plans, four giants of Ruhr heavy industry — Krupp, Demag, Gerro-Stahl and Gutehoffnungs — have submitted bids to participate in the creation of an iron and steel industry on the banks of the Nile. A German en%  y PAUL W. FREEDMAN (Copyright, 15J, Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.) gineering mission headed by Dr. Pruss, director of the Ruhr Association, has been at Assuan for several months to work out detailed plans for the creation of a second hydroelectric and irrigation dam across the Nile, and undertifin *wft 6000ISJ taking which would be the key to the industrial and agricultural development of Egypt. The German experts point out that, in addition to their general know-how, they have gathered from wartime RAF raids on the German Moehne and Scorpe dams invaluable experience in building dams that are bomb proof. • AN UTTERLY UNREGENERATE Nazi and Jew-baiting group has been founded here under the name of Protective And Defiant Alliance Of Racist Germans (Schutz-und Trutzbund der volkischen Deutschen). This designation, which is replete with Nazi connotations, has been copied from the Deutsch-volkische Schutz-und Trutzbund, a proto-Nazi and rabidly anti-Semitic organization that flourished in the Munich and Bavaria of the early twenties and, a few years later, provided the cadres of the up-and-coming Nazi Party. Head of the new group is Dr. Rudigjer, a bitter-end Nazi who has heretofore been active in the underground movement, Bewegung Reich, seven of whose leaders were arrested in Westphalia last Fall on charges of plotting to overthrow the German Federal Republic. Dr. Rudigjer has been a collaborator of that movement's Bavarian mouthpiece, the journalist Heinz Erich Krause of Oberau, near Hitler's former eyrie at Berchtesgaden, the site of which is still a place of pilgrimage for tens of thousands of Nazi sympathizers. Krause has for some years spewed forth the vilest Nazi and antiSemitic filth in his well-produced Deutschland-Briew which, so as to avoid a possible crackdown, has lately listed a dummy Madrid address on its masthead as place of publication. • • • THE GERMAN SUPREME Court has ordered the release of Eberhard Hawranke, a top figure in the Free Corps Germany, which was dissolved by the Federal Government in February as a paramilitary neo-Nazi organization plotting to seize power by force. Of the six ringleaders arrested at the time, only one now remains in custody in connection with the case. The Free Corps Germany, which had its headquarters in Hamburg, consisted of unreconstructed and militant Nazis who openly preached anti-Semitism and adhered to the 25-point "revised program" of the Nazi Party. Its fuhrer is Colonel Hans Ulrich Rudel, the German flying ace who, although now living in Argentina, visits Germany from time to time without difficulty. The February crackdown by the Federal Government, which had previously tolerated the Free Corps Germany for 18 months, is attributed by political observers to the example set by the British arrest of the Naumann neo-Nazi conspirators in January. The German authorities wished to demonstrate, so it is believed, that they could stamp out militant neo-Nazi groups without resorting to foreign aid. PLANS ARE WELL advanced for a German film dealing with the fate of Hans and Sophie Scholl, a heroic brother-and-sister student team at Munich University who were executed in 1943 for writing, printing and distributing anti-Nazi leaflets. With this film, which will be produced with generous financial backing from the Berlin City Government, German moviemakers hope to score a prestige success at international screen festivals. Hans and Sophie Scholl were driven to their inspiring defiance of Hitlerism in large part by burning indignation against the persecution, deportation and extermination of the Jews, an indignation to which their leaflets eloquently testify. Yet the script of even this film, which is being made primarily for the sake of prestige abroad rather than with an eye to the box office, eschews all mention of Jews. Otherwise, it is feared, the German public as well as distributors and moviehouse owners, would be apt to boycott it. FRANKFURTERS CORNED BEEF SALAMI BOLOGNA PASTRAMI You lust haven't tasted a really good frankfurter until you taste these. Choke Western corn-fed beef, subtly seasoned to tantaliilng goodness. And the Salami Is truly truly wonderful. Nothing matches tha exquisite, exalted bouquet and flavor of salami that caries the proud Israel Kosher trade mark! LOOK FOR THIS SIGN Demand ISRAEL KOSHER.. Get What Yon Demand! $ Israel National Kosher Sausage Co., Inc 230 N.W. 5th STREET MIAMI Under the aepsrvfslee ef RetM Josoea I. ftattenty end Phones 34721 — 34225 tie treeter Miaail Veed Mekasareta Dr. Mordecai M. Kaplan (center), Professor of Philosophies of Religion at The Jewish Theological Seminary of America, receives the first copy of the Mordecai M. Kaplan Jubilee Volume from Dr. Moshe Davis (right). Seminary Provost and editor of the two-volume work, and Dr. Louis Finkelstein, Seminary Chancellor (left). Dr. Kaplan received the volume shortly before his departure for Israel, where he is now teaching at the Spring semester of the Hebrew University. Over two years in preparation, the work was undertaken to pay tribute to the world-famous scholar on his 70th birthday, which was marked in 1950.



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PAGE 6B HitlMJMTfctttT Israel''s Farmers Meet Needs Despite Long-Term Drought TEL AVIV By ADA OREN (Copyright. 1953. Jrwlsh Telegraphic A|K y. In.) Although Israel's ready producing pipe water. agriculture, particularly in the Negev, was hard hit by drought and other factors this year, the national food and feed-producing industry of the nation is definitely on its way to meeting the needs of the state. In all ways improvements are being made, and shortages of minerals and other materials are being met: even labor shortages seem less intense. To ensure proper handling and maximum utilization, mechanical equipment gradually passing from Jewish Agency ownership into that of smallholders is progressively The JNF is continuing to remove stones from good farmland, wash away excess salt and drain the Huleh marshes. In a few months, a detailed survey of the crop suitability of various parts of Israel will be published. The network of ers are growing rich in Israel. Many of those who need it can rent land and some machinery from the government, and they are being taught modern methods and to improve their water supply. They continue to work hard, consume little and save a lot. The Army channels manpower concentrated at regional stations i ent personnel could handle in five experimental stations is expanding i j nt0 agriculture by growing its own rapidly, and its coordinating cenvegetables, detailing some draftees ter at Rehovoth is to move to more to spec j a i un its which assist fronspacious grounds. | t j er settlements, manning experiA new soil conservation departmen t a l stations in the southern ment hopes to study all soil suit-; Negev on a voluntary basis by reable for intensive cultivation in | | ays of its teen age battalions and ten years; it already received more I through the latter sending childrequests for advice than its presnn (rom immigrant villages to the owned by the villages. The shortages of insecticides, mineral feed mixtures and chemical fertilizer is becoming a thing of the past with the gradual completion of chemical plants at Haifa and Beersheba. based on Negev and Read Sea chemicals With the completion of decades. It is gradually introducing contour plowing, restoring ancient terraces and putting an end to excessive use of sparsely settled land. Villages (mainly Kibbutzim) which rented Arab-abandoned land, get new development loans only to the new Sodom road, salt is again j replaced fodder grains by a fourbeing quarried To alleviate the | year rotation of vegetables, sugar desperate lack of manure, some cities are implementing projects for putting their garbage and sewage at the disposal of surrounding farmland, and Huleh peat may soon be added. Pumps are bein installed to car, beets and legumes, requiring 15 times as much labor but less elaborate irrigation arrangements than were popular hitherto. While some agricultural land has been requisitioned from Arabs for closer settlement, ancient Jewish colry to the Negev Tel Aviv's sewage onies part with their surplus lands and water from her Yarkon river. Experimartal dikes are being built ti stOK both regional floods and the Jordan headwaters for transfer to the south. Considerable quanof good water at low depths reward the efforts of drillers at the country's southern tip. The only for water and power installa tions. Laws are being prepared to forbid the diversion of arable soil to other purposes and permit the eviction from public land of settlers who do not take their tasks -(riously. Rising unemployment in the main object of rainmaking expenc;tigreatly reduced the tendency ments is to lengthen the too short of immigrant settlers to desert or and violent rainy season. A dew | neglect outlying locations. It is measuring method evolved by an hoped that many of the hired Israeli is being adopted all over j hands on various semi-public esthe world. Overly salt water is; tates administering abandoned diluted with sweet on an area bas' lands will become permanent setis. Springs and ancient cisterns tiers Immigrant families whose are being reconditioned. Several brand new pipe factories are al*5M> v*W yn tea Rabbi JaMoh E. Rackovsky MS Michigan A?nui Miami Btach MM head is under 35 years of age can now rent publicly financed housing only in agricultural areas, while townsmen get full severance pay on resigning from jobs in public institutions in order to settle on the land. Middle class settlers \ from abroad get easy loans and j good soil, and some foreign Jews i wishing to introduce new strains have been granted leases on relatively large tracts. In spite of some disabilities under which they start. Arab farmPALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Miami's On* And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Deliveryl Serving the Jewish Community Since 1926 Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS 3277-79 S.W. 8th Street Phono 4-5922 MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M Machtei. Director 5505 N. W. 3rd St Phone 87-8201 growing number of agricultural boarding schools. The first Arab students were this year accepted at a Hebrew-language agricultural school as none exists as yet for the Arabs. All sorts of courses are also conducted for adults, some of them attended by foreigners under United Nations auspices. Some Israeli specialists already instruct fish breeders and foresters abroad. The contribution of UN and American experts to all fields of Israeli agricultural development is very extensive owing to the fact that Israel is the only agriculturally underdeveloped country in the world able to state its needs clearly. Frank Soew Need For >*\v School Having watched the growth in population on Miami Beach as a result of which the facilities of Miami Beach High School are now overtaxed. Councilman Bernard A. Frank this week called attention to the immediate need of another high school for the Beach. "The North Beach area is where the new high school must be located." Frank declared. "In order to bring this about. I shall exert every personal effort to secure a junior and senior high school there." Frank said that it would mean "reaching the Board of Public Instruction, the County Commission, and Governor's office. I fully intend to reach each of these agencies," he said. Harold Shapiro, commander of Miami Peach Pott N Jewish War Veterans, takes over the gavel from Danieli as Lou Phillips, national executive committeeman of looks on. Shapiro was installed last week at Ten-ou'i Sholom. Rabbi Shapiro Is Cited By JM The Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami paid tribute I to Rabbi David Shapiro at the first Sabbath service which he conduct-1 ed as spiritual leader of the Hollywood Jewish Community Center.' Sam Prosterman addressed the con-1 gregation. Others who joined in the tribute were Benjamin Appel. Sam Schach no, Abraham Mason. Ehiel Lesowower, "Leon Ell. Cantor Samuel Kelemer, Manuel Burstein. Harold Shapiro. Rose Pertes and Ella i I Becker man. } I RENT A TYPEWRITER ADDING MACHINE CALCULATOR All lait AJtfa FREE DELIVERY NEW HERMES HEBREW TYPEWRITER AMERICAN Typewriter Co. 223 N.E. 2nd Arenue Phone 3-3441 %  VV*V*V l V*V^^V*^V<'V Film Studying Prejudice Cited For Achievement The High Wall, a film exploring prejudice, has been named "the outstanding 16 mm. film of Jewish .interest produced in 1952" by the National Council on Jewish AudioVisual Materials. 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[Between You and Me' By BORIS SMOLAR (C'orarrixhL 15I, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) INGTON NOT1S: All inditain th.t it cannot be ignored when [now point to the fact that nerican Government may sending arms to Egypt quantities Also that I application for arms, which V "frozen" for a long time, Lily be acted upon Both s will have to give definantees that they will not American arms against her It is known here Egyptian army has lately a considerable' measure lency, thanks to its many 1 instructors Therefore, Washington circles are of nion that the US Governlust enable Israel, too, to pe its defenses in order to Htary power in the Middle iperly balanced ProElements in Washington It that the British military |>w in Egypt will probably pted in the not too distant Jordan, thus strengthenlan vis-a-vis Israel | other hand, speculation is Washington of the possibilhcnati %  mm Egypt to the Israel p: the Negev where there I of wasteland which could made available for milits However, it is also %  hat the evacuation of the loops from Palestine is ecent in the mind of the i allow the return of these DW under a different ar%  t The belief exists it a question of Amerik, the idea might be a litI palatable The Negev pt wasteland right between racl. Jordan, Saudi ArabI Suez Canal area, tinging the need for military bases is so great COMMUNAL AFFAIRS: The United Jewish Appeal campaign is going very well in most of the communities ... A Big Gift meeting in Detroit brought $2,518,000 in Pledges, which is 12 percent more from the group than last year A Special Gift meeting in Cleveland resulted in pledges totalling over $2,000,000, which is an in crease of 14 percent over the amount contributed by the same persons last year ... in Los Angeles, about $1,900,000 were raised from contributors who gave $1 600 STR !" ^ 31 • In Phila delphia, $1,800,000 were raised from persons who gave $1,580,000 last year J • %  In Newark, a Big Gifts meeting brought about $500,000, or 37 percent more than last year Additional gifts there bring the total to date to over $1,000,000, a Kirvnr tn lha i.......,1 ritlc _..u delivers Big urns meeting surpassed 1952 by ten percent, with pledges totalling more than $410,000 Milwaukee's Big Gift meeting topped those of 1952 by 15 percent Hartford s Big Gift meeting brought $400,000 in pledges, which is about $20,000, more than last year Also ahead of last year are Memphis, Houston, Peoria, Dallas, Louisville, San Diego, Norfolk, Duluth, Albany, Savannah, Springfield, Phoenix, Seattle, Kansas City, Rich£L*£ domg better this year country^ 9" S a P rts S hLfEI based on Ufe !" Israel States during the last two years • The latest is The Juggler a who sent his cameras and more han a dozen American film actors ^Israel to produce an emotional movie which Columbia Pictures is now presenting throughout this country ... The film deals with a victim of the Nazi concentration camps who reaches Israel while he is still under the impact of the torture suffered under the Nazis • .It shows the compassion and brotherly love which the people of Israel offer such victims ... And it gives a vivid picture of how young and old Nazi victims soon adjust themselves to a new and free life in Israel ... The central role is played by Kirk Douglas who gives an excellent portrayal of the Nazi victim, a former well-known, juggler in Germany who paid dearly for believing that the Nazis would disregard his being, a Jew ... He is supported by an ailAmerican cast, with the exception of Milly Vitale — the girl in a kibbutz who falls in love with him and helps to bring back to a normal life ... The mass scenes are all of Israelis, and one is very much impressed with the local scenery of Israel towns, villages and valleys which forms the background of the film PAGE 9 A Miss Lillian Goodman will head _. —<#— %  the I. R. Goodman Group of Hamon Trenton and numerous othdassah as president during' the enLillian Goodman To Head I. R. Goodman Hadassah Group TRIPLE BIRTHDAY PARTY. Three birthdays in the family of Councilman Harold Turk of Miami Beach (center) were celebrated at a recent party in the Turk home. Mrs. Harold Turk (left) her sister. Mrs. Stanley E. Schwartz (right), and the Turks' son, Jonathan (front center), all with birthdays in the past few days, shared honors when the festive cake was cut. th/lnl i,' ft N f W Yorkc Hs~"in"year' Elections were held TZlflt a rea .K y P rov,ded Is last w in the Ritz Plaza Hotel iterranean with th7 lied cash tSS UW SKPJN ^"V^" m *"">" V gel er financial secretary; Mrs. H. | with Julia Jacobs, Molly Katz and Pfeiffer. recording secretary; and | Mrs. F. Levin participating. A speMrs. B. Rappaport, corresponding secretary. The election meeting featured a Fifth Anniversary of Israel skit. cial presentation was by Mrs. Sol Posner, with Miss Goodman discussing the significance of the Israel Bond issue. lee TURK We or* pleased and honored to join with thousands of ouncilman Harold Turk's friends in endorsing, supporting and forking for his re-election. Mr. Turk's record of accomplishments has distinguished him 1 an outstanding mayor and councilman. He has made invalusle contributions to the welfare of our community by his prcrom of civic planning, promotion of business and civic betterment. 1 We need his continued unselfish and experienced service. ft URGE THE RE-ELECTION OF TURK. fcrence Abramion J" Weinkle %  • Charming fr"y Friend BJfrjy K Niwmi, p* Gillep f" Goldttrieh T.B Ann e ,. 0oldln k •< Gold ., I'rlej Goldberg J"* Duntov |* nk Brickman Tnr Friedman T'y Deutcb Pn Kramer P* Burrii i*'' H. Frank., I" Kaufman t Lynne Robert Green brl.i, 1 y moUr •*'" rl Li bow *""! *Smith ,A" ph "rnn.r f"y Cova K'vklnd t'y Ptrkel ff" A'baum 1 5h t rm an t •; C. Kovnar L G r man ** Neham C" Stona T! Smith R A "nberg C Ooldttrom B *i* Neleon Dr. Donald M. Michnoff Al Oroaaman Dr. Louie O. Lytton Morria Ooldin Sam Lachman Irving Firtel Harry Sou Saul Qanat Samuel W. Shapiro Harry Cohan Gaorge J. Bertman Leon Andre Rapae Dr. David S. Andron Mre. Freda Newman Michael Greenbaum Natalla H. Wohl Mr, and Mr*. Law Simmi Mrt. Bill)* Wlen Mrs. Norman Babel Mr. and Mr*. Benjamin Appel Lillian Goodman Aba Aronovltz Helen Sander* Mr. and Mra. Louie Mareu* Evelyn Aroneon Mr*. E ate lie Scope Capt. Jack Cohan M. a. Cirkle Mr. A Mr*. A. Louie Mechlow.tx Mr. and Mr*, at. ft. Adler Mra. Roe. Sollnaky Mra. Ada Jeeeph Joe Epateln Sid Fidlo* Joeeph Dub* Sol Goldetrom Joel P. Newman Harry Horowitz Ruth Wie.en Mr. and Mr*. M. Honeybaum Ed Singer Qi'bert Goldman Jack Silvarman Max Boderman Irving Sehatzman Harry Levine Arthur Horowitz Roe* Kogan Faya Scheaffer Sam Llpton Al Jacoba Emanuel Goldatrich Roiemary Kaplan Dr. Jandon Schwarz Walter Jacob* Dr. Bertram Thorpe Naah family L*on Jacob* Alexander Kogan Lena Mintzee Minnie Goldman Mr. and Mr*. Henry Scitlin Dr. Harry Kraft Ella Sllvaratoin Pamy Flaum Sad Qoldwyn Louia Shafkin Mr. and Mra. Harry Faber Roa* Labou Dorothy Finb Irving Kaplan Ban Iromton W. I. fauar Albert Oaaip Mrs. Mosaa Krleger Fred Binder Joe Oritt A. A. Roth*t*ln Mr. and Mra. Ma* Schwartz Or. Maurice Roa* Mr. and Mra. Harry WeiUman Dr. Meyer Marka Jack Muravchick Mr. and Mra. Sid Schwartz Simon Botwinik S. C. Schwartz Aba Major William Silveretein Sam Wolff Margaret Newman ILL LEVER 14 ON JUNE 2nd Meet Harold Turk ... MAY OR two years. Councilman six years. SERVED As Chairman: Public Relations Committee. Conference of Christians and Jews; Community Chest, Red Cioss and March of Dimes drives. As Director: Lighthouse for the Blind, Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Hebrew Academy. As President: B'nai B'rith Lodge, Metropolitan Council of B'nai B'rith Lodges, Cuba Day Committee. AT PRESENT: National Hillel Commissioner, Brandeis University Board of Fellows; Member, Inter-American Trade Mart Advisory Committee, Chamber of Commerce, Jaycees, Civic League, Exchange Club. Young Democrats, Jewish Community Center, Temple Beth Sholem, Beth Jacob, Beth Tfilah, Elks, Moose, Odd Fellows, Masons, Shriners. ATTORNEY, practicing since 1938, member Miami Beach, Dade County and State Bar Associations. RESIDENT Miami Beach since 1937, married, father of three children. (Pd.rmiQiAdv.) • .**•• ••



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-^/*w JAY. MA V 22.1955 J# ,W r..T n ^„fl fttA^'HQlV V^ +Jewisli Ihrkiiagi PAGE 5 A lies Meets Discord, Moslem Refusal Discuss Peace; Zionist Are Attacked • • n 1 A M_ T\..ll__ .i Icontinued from Page 1 A Mr. Dulles who told news/at the field that "we know the It progress made by Israel and Energetic way in which its leadfare attempting to solve the Kerns which exist." He added he and the members of his were "looking forward" to bssions with Premier David kurion and Mr. Sharett, and tip was to gather information |rst hand "as well as to show friendship of our people and fcnment for your government [people." He expressed confi|e that the talks with the Isleaders would be of mutual lfit. Le strictest security measures taken by the Israeli authoriFhere and in Tel Aviv in conJon with the arrival of the Dul[party. A number of persons | arrested in Tel Aviv for plas\g anti-Dulles posters on the i of buildings. The police tore the posters and washed off Ipulles inscriptions wherever [ appeared. Rejects Criticism eanwhile, Dulles refused in an to associate himself with criticism of former PresiTruman's policy of aid to Isaccording to press reports America. The report said [at a dinner in the Old City of ilem in honor of Mr. Dulles [members of his party, the forI Arab Mayor of Jerusalem told Mr. Dulles that the traditional Arab friendship for the United States had been "weakened" by President Truman's policy of supplying "arms, money and other aid" to Israel. Mr. Dulles replied that he could not associate himself with this criticism of a former American President. Ell Is Reelected Beth Sholom Head Leon J. Ell, of 936 42nd Street, Miami Beach, was reelected president of Temple Beth Sholom at an annual meeting last week. Other officers are: vice presidents — Sidney D. Ansin, Samuel Ikeside Inn Will len On June 26th lith summer rapidly approach [Greater Miami residents planto spend their vacations in (mountains will note with in!M the date of June 26th. This he date that Lakeside Inn in [Carolina mountains will open poors. akeside Inn is located on Lake jeol.i. iiis'. outside of downtown |dersonville, North Carolina, has all the facilities for an vaction spot. A swimming I. private lake and nearby npionship golf course are Ing the outstanding features off d summer visitors. In addition, pside Inn presents night enterIment, dancing, riding, fishing, jling, picnicing and tennis. ewis Newman, of Miami and kdersonville, will again be resist manager of the Blue Ridge put. mi resort. Newman annced that a social director and ned counsellors who will superi care and play of children, are being added to the Lakeside I this year. exOn the pulpit of the main synagogue at the Miami Beach Jewish Center during graduation exercises, the class of 1952-53 is pictured with (second row, left to right) Saul Rabin, educational director; Mrs. Joseph A. Berman, president of the Center Sisterhood; Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader; Mrs. Benjamin Greene, president of the Parent-Teacher Association; and Ben Zion Ginsburg, chairman of the Religious School. The graduates are (seated, left to right) Charles Lynne, Bonnie Rubenstein, Sheldon Reinhardt, Barbara Turoff and Martin Mechlowitz. Standing are David Baker, Joel Channing, Ronald Ruthheld, Stephen Wasserman and Neil Goldman. Stanton Pikus is not pictured. Sir Winston's Stand On Near East Merits Applause From Commons Continued from Page 1 A | the British statesman had been Canal and hand over the base to "stunned" for the support the the Egyptians without setting Arab world ^d given Egypt in its ,. I dispute with Britain over the Canal a second round of war Zone and had immediately reacted "by praying for the Zionists." The Egyptian dictator also accused Sir Winston of seeking to divert what he asserted was an "overwhelming Arab hatred of imperialism" to hatred of Israel. Leon 1. HI Beckerman, Judge Kenneth Oka and Ralph Spero; treasurer, Louis J. Krensky; financial secretary. Dr. Norman J. Russ; and general secretary, Abe Solosko. Directors for a one-year term are John Serbin, Joseph Fenias and Charles S. Tobin; two-year termLewis L. Loeb and Samuel Stein; three-year term—James M. Albert. Joseph L. Arkin, Max Dreyer, Harry Blumin, Judge Harry A. Greenberg, Arthur Horowitz, Ralph Lachman, Morry B. Morris, Irving Rothman and Charles Silvers. During Ell's first term as president, the Temple launched its tenth anniversary year by instituting a Building Fund Campaign for a new canctuary. Forty percent of the $500,000 goal has already been subscribed. IMissnej* In Fight For Referendum ink against Israel?" he asked. He called upon the Prime Minister to give his "generous words reality" by not withdrawing from Egypt without providing against any possibility of such a conflagration. C. Alport, a Conservative, called on the other powers involved in the security of the Middle East and pledged, with Britain, to maintain the territorial integrity of Is1 Harr >' Phssner, candidate for the rael. to 'lace" up to their respon-1 -'ami Beach City Council this sibilities in this situation. He deweek sa.d that he would continue clared that if Haifa were to become his fight for physicians on ambuan international base it would be \ i anc ^. t of advantage to Britain and all I when l learned tha J on c i countries allied with her, as well JW some 14 persons died while j at) Israel I en route t0 tne hospital because \ ^General Mohammed Naguib, the there was no physician in attendEgvptian dictator, sparked the ance. I traveled to New York to Cairo attacks on Prime Minister, obtain factual information on the Churchill. He declared publicly ambulance system there, the canthat the Churchill reference to Israel constituted a "threat to Egypt and the Arab world," and he asserted that Churchill in voicing his wishes for Israel was "neither earnest nor sincere." According to General Naguib, Milton Roaonbaum, Pro% ssor of Psychiatry at the Pniversity of Cincinnati Col9 of Medicine and one of pe nation's foremost psychiTric teachers, will leave for rael on Tuesday to assist the establishment of a new epartment of Psychiatry at he Hebrew University-HaPassah Medical School. Dr. posenbaums special assignment to Israel has been made [possible by a recent grant of M50.000 from the Julius and Pone Scheidsr Memorial [wnd for Neuro psychiatry to achooL Slain Girl's Family Gets No Response Continued from Pag* A the chairman, a Belgian, to intervene. Senator jacKson iniormed Dulles that he felt "American citizens should be entitled to as much protection abroad as visitors from other countries receive when in this country." A Congressman, who asked not to be identified, said that "if Soviet terrorists infiltrated into Israel and shot Americans, the State Department would have the matter before the United Nations in a very few minutes. The US Mediterranean Fleet would be ordered to Haifa at full steam, and our Marines would land to protect our citizens. If we can protect South Koreans from the Reds we can at least take simple diplomatic steps to enable Israel to protect Americans from infiltrating Arab terrorists." This incident and the increased tempo of similar attacks caused Israel Ambassador Abba Eban to call on Assistant Secretary of State Henry A. Byroade who is in charge of Near Eastern -Affairs. Eban asked that the United States at least use its influence to have the Armistice Commission consider the problem. To the consternation of the Israel Foreign Ministry, Dulles' reaction was revealed in his letter to Senator Magnuson. didale explained. Plissner supporters said here that it was mainly through the candidate's efforts that the referendum relating to doctors on ambulances will appear on the June 2nd ballot. They also pointed to the fact that Plissner was instrumental m having the Occupancy Law passed, limiting the number of persons permitted to occupy public places. Plissner has been a Miami resident since-1945 and an anual visitor here since 1923. He resides with his wife, Charlotte at 1471 Lincoln Terrace and has two sons, Martin and William. Lieutenant William Plissner, of the Marine Corps, recently returned from service in Korea. Eleven Graduate At Beach Center Eleven students were graduated from the Religious School of the Miami Beach Jewish Center during a baccalaureate exercise that was part of the late Friday evening service last week, according to Ben Zion Ginsburg, chairman of the Religious School. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the congregation, delivered the message of the evening. Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, extended greetings to the graduates. Ginsburg distributed the diplomas, assisted by Saul Rabin, director of education. Joel Channing, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jules P. Channing, spoke on behalf of the graduates and received a scholarship award from Mrs. Benjamin Greene, president of the Parent-Teacher Association. The baccalaureate prayer was given by Bonnie Rubenstein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Rubenstein. The graduates were feted at a reception given by the Sisterhood in the Center Dining Room following the service. Deutaeh To Head Zamora Center At a special meeting of Zamora Jewish Center Monday, the following new officers were elected: Arthur Deutsch, president; Jack Toppel. vice president; Paul Goldberg, treasurer; Mitchell Grebin, recording secretary; Louis Kasoff, financial secretary; and Albert Weiss, corresponding secretary. New members of the Board of Directors arc A. J. Maloff, Nat Davidow and Max Moskowitz for a term of three years, and Eli Einbinder, William Lauretz and David Matter for a term of one year. Rabbi Isaiah Zeldin has been appointed director of the West Coast Region of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, it was announced by Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath, Union president. Rabbi Zeldin wjll succeed the late Rabbi Phineas Smollar, who died last winter. Ordained at the Cincinnati Branch of the Hebrew Union CollegeJewish Institute of Religion in 1946, Rabbi Zeldin has been assistant dean of the Hebrew Union School of Education and Sacred Music in New York City since 1948. Mr. and Mrs. David Provus, of 3440 Royal Palm Avenue. Miami Beach, examine the latest sketch of architect Percival Goodman's plans for the new Temple Beth Sholom. Mr. and Mrs Provus have made a contribution for the purchase of the pulpit as one of the living memorials. Leon J. Ell, president of the congregation, stands next to Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader. The Temple's Building Fund Campaign has a goal of $500,000. 40 percent of which has alr eady b een raised. 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IY. MAY 22, I9 ==^= ick Leaves Mount ,ai; Will Open rcncy Service Here filliam Glick, public relations rtor of Mount Sinai Hospital [he past two years, has resignhat position effective June 1st, hen his own agency in the field public relations, publicity and trailing. bile at Mount Sinai, Glick esshi-d a public relations probetween that institution and newspapers, radio and teleLast year, the Public RelaDepartment of the hospital ved national acclaim for its Aronovitz Becomes! Hillel Council Head B'nai B'rith Hillel Advisory! Council will install officers tomor^J^W' M y 23rd, 6.30 p m at the Empress Hotel. Sydnev An onoyitz will assume the post of president. Other officers are Jerome Adelman, Mrs. Ida Optner and Gershon Miller, vice presidents: Mrs Jack Wein, treasurer; Miss Edl.:i Simmons correspond^ secretary; Mrs. Sydney Suss, recording secrelry. Harold Turk, past president of Hillel Council, national Hillel commissioner and chairman of the | fund drive for the new Hillel 1 House on the University of Miami campus, will be honored during the evening. Guest speakers will be Dr. Jay F. W. Pearson, U of M president, and Dr. Homer P. Marsh, dean of the U of M Medical School. Master of ceremonies is George Tahanoff. Mrs. Ida Optner is dinner chairman. Outgoing president is Walter Kovner. William Click report in competition with 1.submitted by hospitals phout the United States and Ik also aided in concluding reement between the Ameriuild of Variety Artists and j Sinai, which affords AGVA Irs needed medical care fund in return for the pervoluntary services to the fcl's annual Jubilee. During pt two years, this show raised sums to help Mount Sinai |is annual deficit. to heading Mount Sinai's relations program, Glick I as campaign director of the f Miami Jewish Federation Ihe Mount Sinai Hospital K Fund from 1946 to 1951. pe to Miami after serving as [field man with the United Appeal. Kaplan Opens New Quarters A. J. Kaplan, candidate for the I Miami Beach City Council, this i week announced the opening of his North Beach headquarters. The new campaign office is located at |6996 Indian Creek Drive. Kaplan stated it wil! be open unftfl election day. His main cam; paign headquarters are at 1350 Washington Avenue. Both places will be open until 9 p.m., every i evening. aeymour B. I.iebman, local at Meanwhile. Kaplan issued a t ornev and communal leader, has statement declaring that the most | appointed chairman of the vital issue in the campaign was | recent v created Zionist Organizabeing completely overlooked by all i „ on Amenca B ard of Greater of the other candidates. The 39Liebman Heads Local ZOA Board year-old attorney said that "taxes are a most important question". He declared that his personal investigation at City Hall revealed "that all public utilities, doing business in Miami Beach, are paying taxes on self-assessed personal property." |. Pertes Is Dov "dent 5th Term [Chapter, Mizrachi Women, ptall officers on Sunday eveHay 24th. 8 p.m., at the Beth Igreyation. Mrs. Rose Pertes runrn the post of president fifth successive term. officers are the Mesdames Sakowitz, 1st vice presipartha Sacks and Lena Zimn. 2nd vice presidents; YetIKI. 3rd vice president; Yet-. ttan. 4th vice president; Besferhhim Rosenberg, treasurY i Newberger, financial secIGertrude Indgin, recording p; and Clara Bear Kahn, ponding secretary. ees are the Mesdames Berptz, chairman, Sarah Brel^rah Feidel, Fay Lurie and Bloch. fdinK to Mrs. Bloch and pa Taub, chairmen of the I. Milton Friedman, Miami F*'" e installing officer, ps Fay Lurie acting as masfremonies. Miami attorney %  Lyons is scheduled as' *aker. gdjtion to her post as presiDov Chapter, Mrs. Pertes secretary of the Hebrew ital Associ *tion of Greater L, M President of the WomF er <'0vernment Club. She P'nated as a candidate for ^landing Citizen of Dade in 1951 and'1952 A long-time resident of Miami £t>ss, secretary Beach and past president of Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce, Kaplan has served as an officer in the Jewish War Veterans, the Army and Navy Union and the American Legion. At present, he is president of the Council of B'nai B'rith Lodges of Southeast Florida. Also, Kaplan was founder and charter president of the North Shore Lodges of B'nai B'rith as well as among the' Returns To Practice organizers of the North Shore JewDr A Lister Stepner will return shortly to Miami Beach to practice psychiatry after four years in New York City. A former Miamian for seven years, Dr. Stepner has purchased a home at 2421 North Bay Road and will practice at 605 Lincoln Road. Liebman, who is also a member of the ZOA National Executive Committee, heads up representatives of the five local districts here. Named to serve with him are Moses Meyer, vice chairman; Morris Simon, treasurer; and Elaine Gross, secretary. Announcement of :s was made by Fred Jonas, president of the Miami Beach-Israel Zionist District. Purpose of the new group will be to coordinate activities of all ZOA districts in South Florida, as well as to create further districts, organize membership campaigns and to carry out the education program of the Zionist movement. j Louise Chapter Plans Moonlight Cruise There will be a Hawaiian jamboree moonlight cruise on Wednesday evening. May 27th, 8:30 p.m., on the Seminole Queen Sightseeing Boat leaving from Pier 6. The evening has been planned by the American Jewish Congress, Louise Chapter. Tickets may be secured from Mrs. Willie Hollander, president, and Mrs. Morris R. Goldberg, publicity chairman. 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PACT 12 B Mount Sinai Slates Seminar Schedule; Dr. Davidsohn Is Opening Day Speaker Dr Israel Davidsohn. president him will be Dan B Ruskin. fcos o( the American Association of pital trustee; Dr Leon %  "*>*• Blood Banks, will be among the staff physician; Dr Levm. and WU opening day speakers at Mount Siham Guck. pabttc relations d;recnai Hospitals Third Annual Meditor cal Seminar which coarenes ThursHeading committees responsible day at the DeUno Hotel for three fM wnunar arrangments are Drs. days. Dr. Davidsohn has^beenPro!**—. exhibitors; Paul fessor of Pathology and Director Lou* Lem*rg %  of Research at Chicago Medical Plotkin. reservadons and Hotel. School since 147. and Levm. poblicity. Dr. Harold Subject of his lecture will be: Rju|<1 uaison and Entertainment Blood Transfusions — Indications ComJnitte chairman, wfll be toast And Contrmndieations. Dr. DavidnmtrT M tj* Seminar Banquet Frv — .;u Jalkar s M fiad lecture ; — ... ilu rwl*tw\ when d^or of Rally For Isr~l in | tor of AM Drift a drfonct Miami .Preparation Ffl, Rnch oublication. Sdrarartt oper p..,,_ w ork | Beach pnWication^ Schwartz oper herald SchwarU aarvcd a. pubated his own public rriation, firm,. A tnr fr the Third US for three years and served as cam-! May 27th. 8 15 pa/Tj ££ StTdiaSlJta Ger-' pait direr | P. 0. las 2973 "fades** phew fhai UM far | I BM* pn wM Ml m MWISM HOW AM far am rear la: THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY PROGRAM oi "Jewish Forum On The Air** EVERY SUNDAY 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Station: WMIE (1140 oo dial; Wlfm rflFMOT NffifM rf9w9C9w flBaf PtTwClaM wf |chT Stwtw •iff. I I S03 $.W. 17* At. A^£ 1 | % %AAAr^wSArW aV NO SENSE WAITING! -*%/W t* %  \ LIFEWALL ti vowHoBory Air Cowtoiwf OOUitES TIRE STRENGTH Positive Ha we at rrcvettioa %  MID-CENTURY U.S. ROYAL MASTER With the Owf. • Emteti. Whrtcwitts • Cart&art PlatttfcVI M • liyAnTreaUf TO ( \ i EACH for OLD TIRES ucimi H teru limn TWICE AS MAKY SAFE MILES FIRST QUALITY NO ILEMISHES—NO SECO NDS U.S. EXTRA LOW PRESSURE 670x15 ONLY $13.95 710x15 ONLY 15.63 760 x15 ONLY 17 .28 U.S. CENTIPEDE GRIP 600x16 ONLY $12.15 650x15 ONLY 15.75 650 x16 ONLY 15 .95 NO MOUNTINtt CHAKVl EXCHANGE Ptllft TAX O.S. ROYAL FULL CAPS tooted Satitf-foMfiy Mr*" 8 SIZE WOMICE JaiJJ 12.10 M 11.90 7.93 13.15 8.77 14.25 930 14.30 *J3 15.75 1031 15.75 lCM 650x15 670x15 710x15 700x15 760x15 800x15 820x15 tmt otaMi-wMmNiu &f ... RESPECTED 6UARAHW WORLD FAMOUS US. ROYAL UICTME GUARANTEE ( EVERY TIRE TUK RECAP SOLD RY NORTON TIRE CJ FULLY WWAHTEED WITHOiT UMT AS TI TIME 0RIW CREDITJ UST $1. GETS YOOr H ^rNr^r%r^Ar^r%A^r BTe| OFWCIAL U.S. ROYAL TtRE HE ADQUARTER NORTON TIRE CO.. INC. Servlag Florida Over 11 ••" MIAMI BEACH „_*£*£* Mt W. HOaTOM rAUOT TIM CO. V^^r^r^^A*



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)AY. MAY 22, 1953 twist ftorkHnr) PAGE 5 B j F"' -' -?-&* Igp^j ftolf a Plil Epsllon Concludes Season The Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority Mother's Club held its last meeting of the year at a luncheon in the Sagamore Hotel. New officers elected for next year were president, Mrs. Irving Stein; vice president, Mrs. Jack Muravchick; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Morris Kaganov; recording secretary, Mrs. Joseph Barson; and treasurer, Mrs. Harry Orlin. New officers were installed by the outgoing president, Mrs. Charles Ludwig. Advisory Committee members are Mrs. Saunders Karger and Mrs. David Berry. The Social Committee includes Mrs. Samuel Neiberg and Mrs. Joseph Milgram, with Mrs. Abraham Safra acting as publicity chairman. anderous equipment is now punctuating the once bleak arizon of the new Jewish State. This machinery processes bosphates which can be developed to yield about 600,000 kins annually. \eaiure Talk \n Zionism fhe Coral Gables Zionist District h hold its next regular meeting {Thursday, May 28th, 8:30 p.m., |the Coral Gables Jewish Center. ction of officers for the comycar will be held. he program will include a panel ussion entitled, An American Analyzes Zionist Philosophies. icipating will be Rabbi MorI Skop. of the Coral Gables JewnmU „,„,,„,.,, Center, who will discuss the ories of Achad HaAm, and Rab)avid Shapiro, of the Hollywood pish Community Center, who \\ speak on the philosophies of zilian Political Zionism. Vn open forum discussion will ^ow. Harold George Shapiro will ve as moderator. Miami AJC Plans Installation Mrs. William Sacker, reelected CJFWF Napies Committees To Implement Program; Nine Miamians Represented NEW YORK — Close to 400 Jew-, cies in working for maximum reish community leaders, both volunteer and professional from 86 cities throughout the United States and Canada, have been appointed to ten national committees of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, it was announced this week by Julian Freeman, Indianapolis, CJFWF president. Composed of outstanding community leaders, the committees are helping to carry out national policies formulated by the CJFWF General Assembly in key areas of Jewish community organization and services. According to Freeman, the committees and their purposes are: To strengthen cooperative relations between national and overseas agencies and local communities, to further coordination nationally and locally for aid to Issults from support provided by welfare funds. CJFWF will also attempt to carry forward and complete studies of local Jewish community organization and to develop criteria and principles for strengthening local Jewish community organizations. Other plans call for methods aimed at assisting local federations, welfare funds and community councils jn developing greater participation of women in communal responsibilities throughout the year and advising and consulting with the CJFWF Institute on Overseas Studies. Miamians named to committees include: Stanley C. Myers, chairman, Budget and Finance Committee; Charles R. Jacobson, Campaign and Community Interpretation Committee; Harold Thurman, Community Organization Committee; rael and to serve as liaison with > ar nf the Jewish Agency and other agenStanley C. Myers, National-Local president .for her second year of f— Relations Committee; Judge Harthe Miami Chapter American Jew-1 old s t Personnel and Placeish ( ongress, will be installed at Hf. 4 OIH'II llVatls For Honest And Progressive Government ON JUNE 2nd PULL LEVER 16 VOTE FOR GEORGE G. WHITNEY CANDIDATE rot cirr council I '.I Political Adv.) Confirmation At liable* Center At the confirmation exercises on Sunday, May 24th, 7:30 p.m., at the Coral Gables Jewish Center, Rabbi Morris A. Skop and Mrs. Joel Belov, teachers of the Class of 1953, will present Certificates of Confirmation to: Arthur Alexander, Janet Finkelhor, Marcia Gelder, Daniel Glosser, Arlene Gross, Brian Harelik, Bernard Kopelman, Toby Lurie, AnRatner, Gail Richman and Harriet Solloway. A. Edgar Miller, outgoing president of the Center, will present the students gift Bibles. Rabbi Alfred Waxman, of the West Miami Jewish Center, will deliver the charge and indicate the Teachers' Training Program available for confirmands of Greater Miami under the auspipes of the Bureau of Jewitta Education. The Center Board will be hosts at the reception following the exercises. Cantor Irving Robinson and the choir under the direction of Leon Shiff will render musical selections. a luncheon on Wednesday, May 27th, 12 p.m., in the Biscayne Terrace Hotel. Other officers are the Mesdames Harold Druker, Richard Touby and Cele Kasov, vice presidents; Joseph Feisman, treasurer; Edward B. Harris, financial secretary; Sidney Efronson, recording secretary; William Vejans, Rose Dushkin and A. I. Saltzman, corresponding secretraies; and Joseph M. Fine, honorary president. A musical program by Mrs. Betty Mendelsohn, accompanied by Mrs. Olga B. Stern, pianist, is planned. Edward Klein, attorney, will con> or. h Shore Men The Men's Club of the North Shore Jewish Center has re-elected Dr. Sumner H. Cohen to serve a second term as president. Others are Frank Cohn, 1st vice president; Lou Mendelsohn, 2nd vice president; Al Goldstein, 3rd vice president; Judge Albert Saperstein, secretary; Paul H. Press, treasurer; Sam Feldman, financial secretary; and Lawrence Mann, corresponding secretary. Elected to the Board of Directors are Richard Elterman, Ezra Feing6ld, Morris Fenster, Dan ment Services Committee; Herbert Scher, Regional Services Committee; Max C. Gettinger, Social Planning Committee; Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Social Planning Committee; and Stanley C. Myers, chairman. Community Organization Committee. duct the installation. Mrs. Albert Harrison, Sol Raskin and Frank Ladd is chairman. I Schneider. Sunday School Picnic West Miami Jewish Center will hold a Sunday School picnic on May 24th, at Homestead Bay front Park. A convoy will leave the Center at 10:30 a.m. Certificates of promotion will be presented during the picnic. • SAFETY GLASS IHSTALLED IN ALL CARS AUTO LOCK & HARDWARE EXPERT REPAIRS OK HYDRAULIC WIK&OWS Sales and Service at 1304 N. E, 2nd AT.HU. P h0M Ml44 SINCE HELPED SIN. FOOD to ISRAEL TU^.^U


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PAGE 10 B + L~s f i,n r **Mifr Hospital Auxiliary Plans Annual Meet The Women's Auxiliary of Mount Sinai Hospital will hold its annual spring meeting and installation luncheon on Friday. May 29th. 11 a.m., at the Empress Hotel. Plans have been made for a program to follow the short business meeting, according to Mrs. Louis J. Krensky. president. An original skit entitled. Pink Ladies In Review, written and produced by Trixie Levin, will be presented. Installation of officers for the coming year and capping exercises of the February, class of the School of Practical Nursing will highlight the afternoon. Reservations are being taken by Mrs. Bert Klee. Polstein Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late David Polstein formerly of 115 SYV 4th Avenue will take place Sunday. May 24th at 1 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery' with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Mr. Polstein is survived by his wife Ida. a daughter Mrs. Ann Ber son of Pittsburgh. Pa., a brother Jack of New York and a sister. Mrs N. Steilman. also of New York, and 1 grandchild. Mr. Polstein was a former President of the Talmud Torah of Akron. Ohio. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company Friends and relatives are a>ki-d to attend FRIDAY. Rotation May Force Rotation of horse dates, if enacted, will result in Florida's loss of Dark Star, winner of the recent Kentucky Derby, and other champion; to California winter racing. it v, pi %  "'! cted here by General Manager Sam H. McCormick. of the Hiu'.cah track. 'BeCMM of the uncertainty and instability of Florida racing, most %  ot the champion stables, horses %  nd rideM would be forced to California McCormick elaborated on the measure now before the state j legislature that would rotate the three racing period among the I three tracks located in the Miami area. "Cain Hoy. owner of Dark Star. Greentree, Brookmeade, George D. | Widener. Jim Fitzsimmons and Walter M. Jeffords, among others, Loss Of Dark Star ;defin.te!y would no, JT "•^'h rotation of d^." lh general m. aagw J fred %and "*lt could,?, *^" t-> bring N,C here, as planned." Dark Star was lt ^ past two winters and is a, •Kentucky Derby winner is, developed at the track. GORDON ROOF3M ; SHEET METAL WOfc. •> w. a—• % HONI If the current five-week emergency effort to raise S25.000.000 in cash for the United Jewish Appeal is successful. Israel can score a major victory during the next 75 days in its fight to overcome recurrent food shortages. The drive, launched on May 1st will end on June 6th and 7th. at a UJA conference scheduled for the Mayflower Hotel in Washington. D.C. Speakers will include (top row. left to right Harold E. Stassen, US Director for Mutual Security; Senator Herbert H. Lehman, of New York; and Levi EshkoL Finance Minister of Israel. Bottom row defi to right are Abba Eban. Israel Ambassador here; Dr. Nchum Goldmana. chairman of the Jewish Agency. New York; and Edward M. M. Warburg. UJA general chairman. S. W. 2nd Ave.af S. W. 1st St. ... A Downtown Location, Close to Everything! Nicely Appointed Rooms. Air-conditioned Rooms are Optional. Banquet Rooms and Sample Rooms HI in A COMO DINING IOOM COCKTAIL LOUNGE



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PAGE 10 A Leonore Weidberg's Betrothal To Allen Freehling Told By Her Parents Mr. and Mrs. Naphtali A. Weidberg. of 20 Seviila *""*J*j| Gables, have announced the engagement of their daughter Leonore Judith, to Mr. Allen I. Freehling. son of Mr. and Mrs Jerome E. rreen ling. 1231 SVV 19th Terrace. Miami. CM, !" I Miss Weidberg. a graduate of Ponce de Leon Senior Huh Sehoo is a senior at the University of Miami, where she has served as president of Alpha Lambda Delta, freshman scolastic honorary. Sigma Lambda Phi. service sorority, and the Intercollegiate Zionist Federation of America. She is also a member of Alpha Sigma Upsilon. leadership society. Beta Beta Beta, biology honorary Delta Theta Mu. liberal arts society, and Pi Mu Epsilon. mathematics honorary. Named the outstanding freshman woman of 1951 and the outstanding sophomore woman of 1952. she has recently been initiated into the highest women's hon orary society on the campus. Nu Kappa Tau. The bride-elect is majoring in chemistry and will receive her degree and teaching certificate next FebruaryAfter graduating from Miami Senior High School. Mr. Freehling attended the University of Alabama, where he was named the outstanding freshman in the radio department in 1949. and served as news director for WABP. public relations director for the student government, assistant sports editor on the Crimson White, member of the Pershing Rifles ROTC Organization and represented his so-, cial fraternity. Sigma Alpha Mu. on the Inter-Fraternity Council. He transfered to I'M in 1951 and j became student press secretary He Miss Marcelle Carolyn Schwartz was elected vice president of the and Alvin J. Steinberg were marPersonalty Speaking Double Ring'Ceremony Ui FRIDAY. MAYJ — miklnston Miss Isatn Wtidhtr 9 Mr and Mn Aaron Bellinkoff, ( of 561 SW 7th Street, announce the birth of their son, Abraham,; on Mav 10th. at Mount Sinai Hos-, pital. The Briss took place on May 17th, at their home, with Reverend Abraham Seif officiating. God par( ents were Mr. and Mrs Abraham 1 Krofetz. of 1665 NW North River Drive, Miami. Sandek was Joseph Graff, of 842 SW 13th Court •to Miss Schwartz Weds Alvin Steinberg Student Body. 1952 Homecoming chairman and publicity director announcer for the I'M's Band Of The Hour. He is a member of Iron Arrow, the university's highest men's honorary. Omicron Delta Kappa, national leadership society. Arnold Air ROTC Society. Alpha Phi Omega, service fraternity, and i listed in Who'.Who In American Colleges And Universities. Mr Freehling is now program coordin ator for a National Conference of ( QiistiatH and Jews radio series and is associated with Stylaneze. Inc.. of Miami. He will receive his degree as a government major next month. The young couple will be mar ried in July. "V-V^-V^-V-V Formal Wear that It freihly cleaned, amartly styled, properly fitted. Complete outfit* Including shoe*. ried on Sunday at the Roney Plaza Hotel A shell-type floral canopyformed the setting for the ceremony. The bride is ::ie daughter of native Miamians Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Schwartz. 1941 Liberty Avenue. Miami Beach The groom is the .on of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Steinberg. Washington. DC. NYwlywed Mrs. Steinberg was attired in a gown of chantilly lace over white satin designed by a cousin of the bridegroom. The lace | bodice, with full lace peplum. was 'joined to a bouffant tulle skirt A pearl and rhinestone crown held in place her fingertip illusion veil. Calla lillies and lily-ofthe-valley formed the bridal bou: quet. Matron of honor was Mrs. George Zitelman. Miami and Silver Springs. Maryland. Jack Steinberg was his brother's best man. Junior ushers, cousins of the bride, were Paul and Stephen Levine and their young brother, Robert, was ring bearer. A wedding breakfast in the Imperial Room of the hotel followed the ceremony. The Steinbergs will spend their honeymoon in the Caribbean and make their home at the Dorchester House, Washington. Mrs. AM*) Steinber* PHONE 48-2084 laTNIVERSITY OMENS SHOP 2821" Pone* De Leon Boulevard Coral Gables r*WWWWWWWWW BLANCHE and SID LEWIS ,' 7U yaixviitc i* S^H JEWISH KITCHEN .VktfeUa* CAKE tfirMATIO MEAL The finest of all Matio M**l .. bec*u*s it's made from the finest of all Matioal Old-fashioned housewives and fashioned ones, too .. rely oo STREIT'S MATZO MEAL STREIT'S MATZOS ••OH Ml**. IMC IS* S.M*TON l> r r*Sft. N T Diifrifcufea Exclusively By HI-GRADE FOOD CO. 17J3 M.W. 7tfc AVI. PHONE 9-1454 YOU WILL FIND THE MOST COMPLETE SELEC oi BOYS AND GIBLS WEAR ON MIAMI at MORRIS BROTHERS MIAMI 1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE the home of SUNSHINE FASHI •r*f D 8. pat. off. Miami Missal Beach Ti. Leudsrdals W*J pal* 1



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ky, MAY 22, 1953 V — Abbey Sfdrr i'hoto Harold WHas Utf Rifas Bar bh At Temple Tomorrow Id Martin Rifas, son of Mr. V David R. Rifas, 4635 Gralulevard, Coral Gables, will | Bar Mitzvah at Temple IsSaturday, May 23rd, at lm. Dr. Joseph Narot will Iceplion in ills honor will fcce at the family residence %  ay afternoon. kg out-of-town guests here Vent are Mr. and Mrs. Max Mrs. Sam Friedel and hie Meyer, of New York I Mrs Irving Sevin, of BevUs. California, is an honor student at 1 Leon Junior High School. Ardmore Gerald Stanley Priedman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Friedman, 1005 8th Street, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, May 23rd, at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. A seventh grade student at the Ida M. Fisher Junior High School, Gerald attends the Religious School of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. t Jwrence Basch, of 443 fth Avenue, Miami, is ig from Miami High and was awarded a fship by the MassaInstitute of Techndl1 Cambridge. He is the Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Ardmore The Bar Mitzvah of David Murray Baker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Baker, 530 15th Street, will take place at the Miami Beach Jewish Center on Saturday, May 23rd. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. David is a seventh grade student at the Ida M. Fisher Junior High School and attends the Religious School of the Miami Beach t Jdwieh Center. PE&SONALLr SPEAKING Schoolmates at the Lear School of Miami Beach helped Paula Sue Roth celebrate her fifth birthday last week. The daughter of Vice Mayor and Mrs. Burnett Roth hosted the classmates of her kinderf a a w n n f a t K the .. Party heldon the awn of the school. Joining in the festivities, m addition to her parents and Mrs. Ida Lear, principal were Ronald Berman, Donna Schlossman, Joseph Cerniglia, Eli Sandier, Stewart Hershey, Scott Barnett Jill Tunic, Stephen Sutmck, Michael Ann Kunan, Jill j ac obson, Mark Mangold, Victoria McEntyre, Vallis Fineberg, Carla Roth and Eleanor Elliot. "fr a it Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Stahl of 5161 SW 4.th Street, were entertained on the occasion of their 25th wedding anniversary with a family reception at home last Tuesday. charge or ObligaHotv. Andywe'irioxi Mm to your parly and pick nil* up and take-hiro home •Qoin...ferftae! J dustyiv ut p f jn g r drop us a note. J mtmi DIAPER SERVICE Member National Institute of Diaper Services 401 Northwest tin Stieet. Miami.Florid* 4


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fewiisltUEIIiDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY LUME 27—Number 21 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MAY 22, 1953 PRICE: TEN CENTS "1/ > \ %  > J Dulles Meets Discord, Moslem Refusal To Discuss Peace With Israel; US Zionist Policy Flayed JERUSALEM (JTA>—Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, Mutual Security Administrator Harold Stassen and their aides wound up a 26-hour visit in Israel this week that may prove to have been the most important phase of their entire Middle East expedition. Set back on his heels in Cairo by General Mohammed Naguib's display of intransigeance and refusal to consider any facets of the world situation except Egypt's diskofessoi Leo Picard, of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem pd Israel's foremost geologist, continues the search for underfound water to open thousands of acres of desert to cultivaon and the settlement of new immigrants. Several months jgo, a well was sunk near Beersheba at the direction of Prokssor Picard and tapped a hitherto unknown source of underjround water which promises to make possible the growth of ersheba into a metropolis with.a population P 100,000. \ir Winston's Stand Brings British Cheers ILONDON (JTA) — The British Ivernment's proclaimed recogni}n of its obligations to the State Israel in connection with the Iddle East security situation this pek brought down upon Prime Inister Sir Winston Churchill vijous attacks from Cairo and plauKs from his Labor opposition in i House of Commons. %  The veteran statesman, opening %  significant foreign policy debate i the House, had declared it BritI'S "duty" to see that Israel relived "fair play" In the Middle pst. He pledged that; "nothing we hall do in the supplying of airpft to this part of the world will e.allowed to place Israel at an inrior disadvantage." He voiced lopes for an Arab-Israel peace so hat "the great Zionist conception if a home for this historic people (rhere they live on the land of their ncestors may eventually receive (ts full fruition." Britain's consideration of its obligations to Israel during negotiations with Egypt was further stresby Anthony Nutting, Under Jecretary of State for Foreign Affairs. Winding up the two-day deJ>ate, Mr. Nutting told Commons %  that the Egyptian demand for the %  right to veto the use to which I Britain might put its. installations lor supplies in the Suez Canal would I have made it impossible for Britain |to fulfill its obligations to Israel." Praise Stand Approval of sir Winston's stand Jon Israel was voiced from most quarters of the House during the I debate. Mrs. Jennie Lee, wife of Aneurin Bevan, leader of the left-wing Labor faction, said that many MP's in the opposition were "delighted" by the Prime Minister's stand and his statement that Britain's honor was >t stake in seeing that "having achieved their corner of the world, the Jews shall be helped to enjoy security and development." Richard Crossman. Laborite and authority on the Middle East, told the House that the only serious objection to British evacuation of Egypt in his mind was the question of Israel. "Can we withdraw from the Suez Continued on Paot 5 A pute with Britain, the American diplomat and his party found in the Jewish State what was probably the only warm and genuinely friendly reception of their tour. Some reflection of this was contained in the statement released to the press here by the American Embassy in Mr Dulles' behalf. In it the Secretary of State said: "It has been a stimulating experience for Mr. Stassen and me to visit Israel and to call on the leaders of this dynamic country. Our two days of talks included interesting conversations with the Presijdent, Premier, Foreign Minister [and other leaders. Such 'on the {spot' talks are of great value. "We came here primarily to listen and observe. We did not bring any ready-made solutions to theserious problems of this area, but we hope that through talks which began in Cairo and have continued here and will continue in other countries we will obtain a better understanding of these problems and that we may help in improving the climate for peace and security in the Middle East. were informed that Israel would make a formal request in Washington soon for a $75,000,000 loan to fund the major part of shortterm obligations amounting to $11,000,000 which mature within a year. Israel will seek the loan from the Export-Import Bank or from private American banks with such loans guaranteed by the Mutual Security Administration. Finance Minister Levi Eshkol and Minister of Commerce Peretz Bernstein, who raised the issue of the loan with the visiting Americans, expressed the belief that the funding of these obligations would save the Jewish State ten to fifteen million dollars a year. Meetings with the leaders of the Jewish State at which the whole gamut of Middle East problems was covered and in which the Israel viewpoint was presented to the Americans were packed into a series of meetings the visitors had here and.in Tel Aviv. As Moshe Shareft,-Israel's Foreign Minister, met with Dulles and Stassen, Henknown to have covered most of the pending Middle East questions. Mr. Sharett had indicated, in advance of the American arrival, that the talks would be a continuation of conversations he had initiated with President Eisenhower and Mr. Dulles in Washington last month. He said the question of Arab-Israel relations and of American economic and military aid to Israel would be raised. Israel, he added, he would make a number of suggestions aimed at stabilizing conditions in the Middle East. "I congratulate the people of Is-. ry A. Byroade, Assistant Secretary rael on the progress made in the of State, and DeOgla* MacArthur first five years of the new state j 2nd, Counsellor of tlte State De* %  I • 'I'll..E*..*H i)ii>nntnl and I wish them success in meeting the problems lying ahead." Bid For Loan The American officials, who received an extensive briefing on Israel economic problems as well as on all phases of the Middle East situation as seen from Israel, partment, Walter Eytan, director General of the Foreign Ministry, met with other American officials to discuss some issues in Detail. While the formal communiques did not throw too much light on the nature of the discussions at the various meetings, they were Family of Girl Slain Abroad Gets No Response From Government WASHINGTON—Soon the news-| papers will be full of photos ofj pretty girls in academic caps and gowns. One such picture has al-| ready appeared. It is a likeness of 21-year-old Deborah Genauer of Seattle, Washington, who was lulled in Israel by Arab infiltrators. When the newspapers called on the Genauer family, the most recent picture they could find was a graduation photo. Senators Warren G. Magnuson and Henry M. Jackson, both of Washington State, saw the picture and read the news. Not only was the girl murdered, but her uncle, also an American citizen, was shot to death. The two Senators drafted two letters each. Thoughtful condolences went to the family; requests for action went to the State Department. Senator Magnuson asked Secretory of State John Foster Dulles to have strong representations maae through the United Nations Mixed Armistice Commission for the Israel-Jordan area "so that a fu.i By MILTON FRIEDMAN inquiry might be conducted into the crime." The Senator asked Dulles also to urge the Armistice Commission "to take such action as may tend to correct the present chaotic situation which has just cost the lives of two American citizens and jeopardizes the safety of others." The State Department refused Senator Magnuson's request in a statement which found no fault with the Arabs. Like hundreds of other victims, the Genauers were shot by Arab Marauders, whose numbers include regular members of the Jordan Army. Heavily armed, these elements sneak across the frontier from Jordan at night to kill Israelis in the unofficial war which still goes on. Such guerrilla tactics, recently intensified, have long sought to accomplish by anti-civilian terrorism what open aggression failed to achieve on the field of battle. Not only did the State Department refuse to intercede with the Armistice Commission, but it sought to dismiss the whole affair as a casual incident of "robbery." The Department's letter to Senator Magnuson. written on behalf of Dulles by Assistant Secretary of State Thurston B. Morton, passed tile buck to the Israel police. It said: "The responsibility for the maintenance of law in Jerusalem, Israel, rests, of course, with the Israel authorities." The Israel police had informed the State Department that the guilty Arab gunmen were found to have fled back into Jordan after the shooting. Nevertheless, the shooting of the Americans was not considered by the Department to be a proper matter for the Armistice Commission "since'the provisions do not pertain to the question of the maintenance of civil law and order with Israel ." Jordanian officials refused to extradite the criminals. Israel requested an emergency meeting of the Armistice Commission. It was | not held owing to the reluctance of Continued on P9 5 A Warm Welcome The American party received a striking welcome here. Original plans for reception of the party were thrown somewhat off balance by a one-hour delay in arrival at Lydda Airport due to Mr. Dulles's desire to study the Sue Canal Zone from the air. Mr. Sharett was among those at the airport to welContinued on Page 5 A ft ft Lebanon States Views On Issues In Middle East BEIRUT (JTA) — The Lebanese parliamentary Foreign Affairs Committee told Secretary of State John Foster Dulles this week that America must "remove from its mind any possibility of Arab peace with Israel." The committee's statement represented the Lebanese Parliament's official views on Middle East problems. The committee, headed by Deputy Abdullah Yafi and including Prime Minister Saeb Salam, met for 45 minutes with Dulles, Stassen and Ambassador Harold B. Minor. After complaining bitterly about American lack of sympathy for Arab nationalism and the United States contribution to uprooting Palestine Arabs from their homes, the statement presented a "solution for the outstanding problems blocking Arab-American friendship." l_The United States must reconize that peace between the Arabs and Israel "can never take place.'* 2—The United States must compel Israel to implement the different United Nations resolutions regarding Palestine and until this is done the United States must see that Arab refugees have more help than hitherto. 3—The United States must influence Israel to halt "the enforced and artificial immigration of Jews into Palestine." The committee charged this excessive immigration into the tiny state of Israel constitutes a threat to peace and security in the Middle East and world. 4—The Arab states cannot accept the Middle East defense system prepared by states having no direct relation to the Arab East. The Arabs feel it their right and duty to defend the area with their own mutual security pact, but would accept aid from friends when needed.



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% in mm REUVEN DflFN! WILL HPE1K AT BOND IM HUT II Miss Gertrude Jacobs has been named arrangements chairman for the dinner sponsored by Israel Bonds in honor of Mrs. Louis Glasser. marking her return from Israel. At the same time it was announced this week that close to 1.000 volunteer workers will participate in the BIG Day campaign to be held here on Sundav. June 14th. Miss Jacobs revealed that Reuven Dafni. spokesman for the Israel Foreign Affairs Ministry, will be guest speaker at the dinner in honor of Mrs. Glasser to be held in the Saxony Hotel. Sundav. Mav 31st. Dafni was appointed first Israel Consul to the seven Western states with headquarters in Los Angeles in 1948. He had visited this country previously in 1M6. as one of the four members of the first Haganah mission to the I'nited States. He remained in this post until his recall to Israel in 1951. when he assumed his present responsibilities. Dafni is also a Foreign Office member of the Israel-Arab Armistice Commission. In 1940. he volunteered for service in the British Army Holding the rank of Lieutenant in British Intelligence, he participated in the Mrs. (•srff'vse Jacaas of 142 Allied airmen, mostly Americans, from the heart of enemy territory. At the same tinVB, his group was able to save owr"3E000 Jews who were taken to Italy and thence to Israel. Miss Jacobs is a member of a Allied Campaigns of the Western family that has tonjr dedicated itDesert. Greece. Crete and Syria, self to community and orfaniza Dropped by parachute behind the [ tional work Two of her brothers. German lines in Yugoslavia, where Leon and Hermann, reside in Mihe was bom in 1914. Dafni led a ami Beach and lour others in Philagroup of Jewish volunteer paradelphia She reside! at 5019 North chutists in a dangerr>u< mission Bay Road. ch included securing enem> in Meanwhile. Bernard I. Binder. -once for the British, organiz; chairman of the June 14th BIG marked its fifth anniversary. "Israel's accomplishments during the past two years." he said, "have seemed like miracles. A major portion of the Haifa Harbor expansion program has been finished: dozens of factories, including the gigantic Fertilizers and Chemicals plant, have been constructed: new mineral resources have been discovered in the Neger, and Israel has started \p exploit them Emphasizing Israel's vital need for additional investment dollars. Binder added that further largescale subscriptions to the Israel Bond Issue are necessary if Israel is to mould the kind of modern economy which will guarantee selfsufficiency. "For those families who can be at home only during a specific time of the day on BIG Day, Sunday. June 14th. there will be volunteers stationed at 58-5561, so that they may call in and let us know the best time for a BIG Day j worker to visit them. Arrangements can also be made to have ; a volunteer call on another day. In this way we will be able to give everyone in Miami an opportunity to take part in this vital effort for Israel." JS* M LOCAL CIVIC LEADERS backing Judge Harold Spaet hi 1 Miami Beach City Council campaign include E C FJ.! I (WO and Lawrence E. Hoffman (right) Fogg. campow22l urer. is a past exalted ruler of the Miami Beach Ob uj i and a Land 'O Sun Dairy executive. Hoffman, an a*2 was twice commander of the Miami Beach Post. AmSt Legion and ia campaign manager for Spaet, center^ ing sabotage and demolition work and rescuing Jewish prisoners and d Dim Dafni is credited with the rescue ORKIN <=y^ PBTCONM RATS • ROACHES • MICE • FUES Worid"$ largmtt *••* CcnfroJ Co. MEMBER OF B'NAI B'RITH" Call 2-1776 D*jr, urged that since Israel depends on the investment capital which will be raised during this concerted one-day effort, the people of Miami remain at home to the brae! Bond volunteers .: day. V. \ o'.unteers will have kits containing materials relating to the : i--ael Bond issue and will be prepared to explain the Israel {ether with the background of Israeli present econom•uuti"n. In making public the final plans :or BIG Day, which will mark the % of the Spring. 1953, phase of the I-r..-. Bond campaign. Binder reviewed the economic achieve'i bra i which recently Dance At Beach Center A Sunday night social dance sponsored by the Young Adult > Group of the Miami Beach Jewish j i Center will be held on May 24th. at .9 p.m.. in the Social Hall of the %  Center. Members of the Social Committee are Phyllis Goldstein, chairman. Lucille and Debbie Graboyea, Jane Goldstein and Arlene Weisblatt and Donald Marks. North Shore M< ting North Shore Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, will meet on Wednesday, May 27th, 8:15 p.m., at the Empress Hotel, with Mrs. Daniel J. Wolfson presiding. Stanley Gordoni, manager of station WTVJ, will discuss: Behind the Scenes of TV. SJ. Freed & M. IKt'iiliun HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington AT* Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sta, Habrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues aad Prive i a Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. 0'IDD "D*.0 Telephone 5-M17 DAT WORKERS S5 I U m _. COLORED MAIDS PART TIME OR FULL Til "* PRIVATE HOMtl SPECIALIZING Hotel Maids PoniB | DUhwatbtn ACE EMPLOYMEHT 1 N.E. 1st Avt. Pi, M No Charge to Employ* ALEX DRUCKER Music Teacher! Spt cioliiing in WcMiifi All OcctiitM Call 2-46U GRADE v A ^W PRODUCTS vOGUST BROS Ry, %  ... Ml I J %  SERVING GREATQ MIAMI CHILDREN MEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE 5-5537 Distributed by 1733 N. W. 7th Avenua •Je. Phone M456 Now is the TIME for HAROLD SHAPIRO Pull Lever


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. ,, • Mill A^ t- rew* r> Our UN Newsletter By ARTHUR LFWIS (Copyright, 1953, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, In*.) UNITED NATIONS — As a result of his trip, it must be apparcn' to John Foster Dulles by now that even from the strictly practica point of view there could be no real security in the Middle East without the inclusion of Israel. Before he left, the Secretary of State had the frankness to state that as a political matter there could be no de fense organization in the region until the local dispute had been re solved and a Palestine peace pact signed. The first-hand visit to Israel must have shown Mr. Dulles what a tight compact economic unit the country is and how efficient its armed services are. particularly tho air forco. As a corporation lawyer who knows a groat deal about business, the Secretary of State must have been impressed by the extent of the industrial and technical facilities, which are the largest in the area, and the skill of the population and the know-how which Americans so much appreciate. In a wav. he must have seen a comparison between the position of Israel and a Middle East Defense Organization with the position ot Western Germany and the European Defense Community Both coun tries are essential to the security of their regions, and without them the defense organizations would lack the military and industrial power thev need and would not be strong enough to prevent aggression. The Israeli willingness to cooperate in the Middle East talks at Tc: Aviv, as well as their readiness to meet the Arabs more than half wa> in any peace settlement, particularly over the burning issue of tht refugees. The Israeli delegates have said on more than one occasion at tht United Nations that their government would be willing to make ; major financial contribution to the resettlement of the Palestine refu gees in the Arab countries. They have shown their country's good faith in this regard by the agreement which was reached some time agi with the Palotine Conciliation Commission on the release of a millioi pounds from the frozen bank accounts without any reciprocal gesturt on the part of the Arab governments The Israeli Government recent 1> approved the transfer to the refugees of the first installment of 80.001 pounds of this amount. However, even such a generous move as this would not be sufficient to solve the problem. In all the years since the armistice, the United Nations relief organization has been unable to do much about rehabilitating the refugees; in fact, the number it has settled is pitiably small, some 12,000 men, women and children. UNRWA is not even keeping up with the natural increase, for the number of these wretched people is growing at the rate of 25,000 babies a year. All it is able to do is to maintain the refugees an a dole. What is needed is the cooperation of the Arab governments in the resettlement of these people, as well as the financial assistance of Is-' r.u! but such a large scale agreement could only be achieved at M peace conference. Until that occurs, the Israeli Government would not want to sec any withdrawal of British troops from the Suez Canal Zone and their replacement by Egyptian forces. For obvious reasons, the government Is vitally concerned over what happens to such an important communication line as this M close to its own borders, and this has been told t<> Mr Dulles during his visit to thecountry w V %  1 1 3 k>\ fe> | i 1 %  %  1 • f 1 llil Li • v %*r^ t• Wl n tof VI N 1 1 3 1 1 B M fm VIM. B" %  > M '.m T FT i r : ;-l# B* -4 • §£ek i S'4M \m W ft f"l eV aM v */1*^* w O 1 *$ 2 *t\ vw, \i. *** v x *k* k* > v.* wnrri. AZA CHOOSES ITS NEW SWEETHEART. Shown lab is 16-year-old Helen Wexler, of Miami, accepting the Sweetheart Trophy lor 1953 from Edmund Parries, president at the group's recent fifth annual dance in the Shelborne Hotel. A junior at Miami Senior High School, Miss Wexler won out over Lois Finder, Dorothy Aibaum, Judy Lewie and Roberta Fisher. Officers of Hillel AZA. in addition to Pomes, include Sandy Jacobean, vice president; Myron Kahn. secretary; Norman Younq, treasurer; and Arthur Jacobean, co rr espo n d in g secretary. Young was %  e le c te d Best Aleph during the Sweetheart Dance. The Coral Gables Jewish Center Nursery School is winding up its first year of P^JjJ der the supervision of Mrs. Morris Skop. Pictured above are children who will par* J in the commencement exercises slated for June 5th, at 10 a.m. Top photograph (topi to right) are Roy Elkin, Donna Taylor, Susan Wood, Paul Snyder. Roberta Gordon asi ert Sandier. Middle row are Susan Alenior, Philip Goldberg, Marsha Whitman, RonaJ en, Lois Diamond, Lynn Bass, Jean Raskin. Louis Bamberg, Robin Corenblum cmSJ Schreiber. Bottom row are Daryl Miller, Bruce Fried, Mimi Folfman, Barbara Ra bin0 "*j ice Biorski. Joel Davidow, Jordan Baum and Gary Resnick. Middle photograph are m leu to right) Harris Friedman. Mark Braun. Joel Levine. Bennett Levine, Janice GresnWJ] Greenberg, Joan Greenberg, Judith Toback, Joel Perwin and Dene Melimech. M to right) are Daniel Weiss, Carol Traeger, Robin Faunce, Carol Cantor. Barbara Wo* en Weiss. Stewart Solomon, Allen Einhorn, Richard Adelman, Steven Enrich and W ler. Third row (left to riaht) are Lewin Rothlein. Roslyn Marks. Robert Shubow, MKDCS^ Judy Stemerman, Bonnie Sombera. Marsha Sokol, Mickey Sokol and Dona W^'^j photograph are (top row, left to right) Leslie Socks. Charles Saltxman. Adena SWJ Baum. Pamela Grosunan and Lor en Rap pa port. Second row (left to riaht) are Wi Irene Pomerantz, Michael Gross. Kenneth Turk. Barbara Spirer. Fern Goliman. twn ^ Sharyn Levy and Henry Kornick. Bottom row (left to right) are Anita Holtzman. bir berg. Alisa Taylor, Judy Weiss, David Elman. Bruce Warshaw. Bette Rosenberg, Ar l ein and Robert Klein. Miss Edelstein Is ZBT Sweetheart Miss Diane Edelstein. of Pennsylvania Avenue. Miami Beach, was named Sweetheart of Zeta Beta Tau at the fraternity's anual spring formal in the Algiers Hotel last weekend. Miss Keslrtein is a sophmore at the University of Miami and is treasurer of Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority. Also announced at the formal were the new chapter officers They are Don Sider, president; David Ken in. vice president; Morris Bhimenthal. treasurer; Alan Greenberg. historian; Malcolm Stein, secretary; and Stanley Goldfci T^IF *T~ I stein, member at -large Chapter award winners were Jer-1 ry Herman, winner of the ZBT Weet Miami Jewish Center will have a )"" ^ .^!! l i ^ ard w £ r th !J eoood S^day ev-ming. May 31*4. Shown at right ow year, and Louis Myers, who won m, „ ^ i„ w AlW 0 *^. the Scholarship cup and jointly Mrs. A. J. PauL dorwra of the Scroll of W ^tf won the athletic trophy with BonCenter president, and Rabbi Alfred Waxnao. n ^Albert i look ou. j3 M. 4



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MAY 22^1953 — •i*visiin*,**~m SGAL NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IRCUIT COURT OF THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF IN AND FOR DADE CHANCERY. No. 1M243 [A It RI SON, Plaintiff UIR1SON, Defendant 0, HARBISON. 1779 East r Brooklyn, New York [required to serve a copy of £r t" "" %  "'" Complaint i on in* plaintiff's attorney, i the original answer in the Ithe Clerk of the Circuit %  or before the 8th day of I ;:i,',.l; otherwise, the BUI %  nl for Divorce, heretofore !" will he taken as confessed Miami. Florida, this the J May, 1953. K B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, 11 ,de County, Florida hint Seal) |Bv: WM. W. STOCKING Deputy Clerk | Address of iollcitor: FRIEDMAN 1 Bldg. UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN that tried, desiring to engage in r the fictitious name of OCII ItoOM, at 2601 N.W. Miami, I'la., intends to name with the Clerk of Court of I>ade County, J. M. EDWINS. Sole Owner E.VER Applicant [Bldg. UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 11 Kit BUY aiVEN that tried, desiring to engage In Judges ?' Oade County, and file the sam" In ft'S-di"? '". th County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn i?ii an K ; re,,e ,e 1 aforesaid, or same mi "R-SKIeVt* S C,l n ,2 f ,hu Date May 14, A.D. 1953. JOHN D. FABKAS AARON FARR STANLEY C. MYERS As Executors of the Last Will and Testament of LOTTIE BROWN, MYERS. HBIMAN & KAPUAN*""" •50 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla Attorneys for Executors 5/22-29 — 6/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business tinder the fictitious name of SHdS* IL CORP d/b/a SCRREY HOTEL, at Miami. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. OLLIEMIL CORP. KASS & FULLER Attorneys for Olllemll Corp. 5/22-29 — 8/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ABBOTT AVE. CITIES SERVICE STATION, at 401 71st Street, Miami Beach, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad* County, Florida. WALTER MUROFF 5/1-815-22 PAGE 11B LEGAL NOTICE i 3F6S* 5 "-* ?R COURT FLOmn? i F O „1. DAOE COUNTY. int Cl„ 1 !" "" 1 and A ^rnon* HavKstate Demands Against Said **Itf&* 1 f£a'!* B of you are hereby notified and required to present anv ether" R d demand which you, "r either of you, may have against the ed .ale"' M2H !" IEIJ MAN, Seceas! fh, ii "' J, ,a 'i." County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade • ff "" ,y '.''",'' • the same In their >!.,." tne Coun 'y Courthouse in ,?„" d ''. County, Florida, within eight first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn ;.?.u nd l"; 8H '"ed as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date May 7th. A.D. 1963 S. M. MACHTEI, As Administrator of the Estate of D rv 0 u.v. S AI > ."'i, FRIEDMAN. Deceased R08ENHOI-SE ROSENHOUSE Attorneys for Administrator of the n ,.'. ate of Sttdle Friedman, Deceased ^:' 2 0'ymP'.Building, Miami, Fla. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW w NOT i c HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In m^l*?" lmder ,ne Bctltlou* name of TROPICAL PHOTO SERVICE, at 716 oth Street, Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL L. LEINER GERTRUDE LEINER MONROE S. GUGGENHEIM HELEN R. GUGGENHEIM EWEN C. FOSTER ELINOR FOSTER HAROLD TANNEN Attorney for Applicants 1009 Security Bldg., Miami 5/15-22-29 — 6/5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage Ih business under the fictitious name of SIKFSIDE LAUNDERETTE, at 9569 Harding Avenue, Surfslde. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. DAVID WEISS LEONARD GRUNDT IRVING KASTER SEYMOUR A. GOP.MAN Attorney for Applicants One Lincoln Road Bldg. 5/8-15-22-29 UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN that hied, desiring to engage in Wei the fictitious name of [CANDY AND TOBACCO N.W. 12th Avenue. Ml|tend to register said name erk of the Circuit Court unty. Florida. J. EDWARD CANTOR SAIL CANTOR IMSE CANTOR I'a liners I.MAN & KAPLAN pi Applicant* Bid*. UNDER FICTITIOUS .NAME LAW |K HEREBY GIVEN that I, desiring to engagej In pel the fictitious name of OL CO.. at 1545 Collins nl Beach, Florida Intends Inanie with the Clerk of Court of Dade County, Fla. SAMUEL GINSBERG TALIANOFF Applicant .UNDER FICTITIOUS [NAME LAW |S HEREBY GIVEN that %  tied, desiring to engage In T'r the flctltlou* name of BEAUTY SALON, at 677 Avenue, Miami Beach. futer said name with the %  •Circuit Court pf Dade ylda JKi'H PATT1, Sole Owner PMAN & KAPLAN Pr Applicant I Bldg. UNDER FICTITIOUS iNAME LAW [S HEREBY GIVEN that Pied, desiring to engage In Err.A h t_ fi,,|i,tou n me f JLoitlST CO. (Not Inc.), • h street. Miami, Intend ld name with the Clerk f ourt of Dade County, A .!; n £ RT J H1RSCH < HARLES LUDWIG iffi" FICTITIOUS INAME LAW P HEIIEBY GIVEN that TJi'-d. desiring to engage In ~ r lh ,' 'ietUloiis name of %  |.u,v' AltI,IN(1 AVENUE F I RINCE-8 8th STREET H A ii ,v M "TEU at Mth Jiarding Avenue, Miami blih' ,'"'*nds to register £lih il„ clerk of the Clr• Hade County. Florida. jALIANl >EF Applicant NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the flctltlou* name of GENERAL WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS, at 2085-2OS7 N.W. 2nd Ave, nue, Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, FloiMa. SOL LEVINGEORGE COHEN Co-i>artner* GEORGE CHERTKOF Attorney for Applicants 607-11 Olympla Bldg., Miami, Fla. 5/8-15-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of PAU-LEE-JAY AITS., at 90U Pennsylvania Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County, Florida. HARRY EDELMAN SARAH EDELMAN ARTHUR D. FRISH.MAN Attorney for Harry Edelman and Sarah Edelman 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. 5/8-15-22-29 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1W106 FLORENCE RUTH HASLER, Plaintiff, v*. JOHN WILLIAM HASLER. JR Defendant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION YOU JOHN WILLIAM HASLER. JR., c/o Sweepey, 527 South I4th Street, Newark, New Jersey *r* hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce ha* been filed against you. apd you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Plead Ing to the BUI of Complaint on the plaintiffs attorney. MAX R SILVER, 922 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 day of June, 15S. If you fall to do o. Judgment by default wlH be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this lit day of May, 1958. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clark, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida By M C. GREEN, (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy CIek MAX R. SILVER .., „ ,. 922 Seybold Building. Miami. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 5/8-15-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name or MALAYAN LOUNOE at 1810 North Bay Causeway, North Bay Village. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAVOY -ENTERPRISES, INC. By: Andrew TJello*. Preldent. GEORGE CHERTKOF Attorney for Savoy En 'f, r l ,rl B A 1 nc 607-11 Olympla Bldg.. Miami. Fla. 5/S-15-U-H NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of AUTHORIZED SEWING CENTER, at 1212 S.W. 8th Street. Miami, Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MELVIN ROSENBERG RALPH PARNESS KASS & FULLER Attorneys 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. 159430 MIZPAH VIOLA JOHNSTON JACK, Plaintiff, vs. ROBERT M. JACK. Defendant. ORDER FOR PUBLICATION TO: ROBERT M. JACK In care of II. E. Jack 181M King Street W. Dundaa, Ontario, Canada YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce baa 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, 403 Olympla Building, Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 15th 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 6/15-22-29 — 6/5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious names of TRICKETTE" — "TRICKETTES BY W1ESNER" — %  •TRICKETTES % %  — "PERFALIP", at 1811 Purdy Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. WIESNER OF MIAMI, INC. GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Attorney for Applicant 6/1-8-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of UNITED STATES INSURANCE AGENCY, at 701 Congres* BuiMtng, Miami, .ntands to register said name with the Clerk of the Ciroult Court of Dade County, Florida. UNITED STATES TITLE CORPORATION PALLOT. SILVER A MULLOY Attorneys for Applicant 701 Congre** Bldg. 5/1-8-15-22 j IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADK COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATB. No. 30122-A In Re: ESTATE OF SAUL M1NSKOFF. Deceaaed NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All Persons Having Claim* or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demand* 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 Hade County, and file the same In their office In the County Courthouse In Dade County, riorldu. within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will he barred. See Section 120 of the 193J Probate Act. Date May 12, A.D. 1953. EMA.MK1. E. MINSKOFF. As Administrator of the Estate of „ SMI. HlNSKOFF. Deceased. MYERS, HF.IMAN %  KAIMAN Attorney* for Administrator 5/15-22-M — 6/3 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of LINCOLN BAR AND GRILL, at 3307 liouglas Rd., Miami, Intends to regisler said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida U ^„„...... WU UAM G BENJAMIN STEPHEN F. KE8SLER Atturney for Applicant 4 S.W. 22nd Ave. 5/16-22-29 — 6/5 NOTICE UNQER 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. 5/15-22-2 R -'* JERRY !" EDLAN D NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 29802 B In Re: ESTATE OF IRVING ROCK, Deceased To All Creditors and AdYersons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, mar have against the estate of IRVING ROCK, deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dads County, and file the same In their offices in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demand* to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date April 28, A.D. 1953. MORRIS ROCK, As Administrator of the Estate of IRVING ROCK. Deceased. BERNARD B. MANDLER Attorney for Administrator 701 Congress Bldg., Miami, Florida 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 71st STREET ATLANTIC STATION, at 7098 N.W. 2nd Avenue, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MILTON BERLINER FRANK KUSHNER MAC MERMELL Attorney for Applicant* 1404 Blscayne Building 5/8-15-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BROWNIES MEN'S WEAR, at 482 Fisherman Street, Opa Locka, Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit of Court of Dade County, Florida. JOSEPH 8. BROWN .MORTION HOLZMAN HUTNER II HUTNER 520 Olympla Bldg., Miami, Fla. Attorneys for Brownie's Men's Wear 5/8-15-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ACE SPORTSWEAR COMPANY at 163 "N. E, 38th Street. Miami. Dade County, Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. LILLIAN STOUT KURT WELLISCH Attorney for Lillian Stout One Lincoln Road Building Miami Beach, Florida 5/8-15-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of E-Z DUZIT LAUNDERETTE, at 4455 S.W. 8th Street. Miami, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. DAVID WEISS LEONARD GRUNDT IRVING KASTER SEYMOUR A. OOJ?MAN Attorney for Applicants One Lincoln Road Bldg. 1/8-15-22-2* 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 2S21 N.W. 16th Street Road, Miami, Intends to register said name frith tte Clark of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florid*. MYERS, HF.IMAN A. KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant WO Seybold Bldg. 5/1-8-15-2J NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of UNITED STATES ABSTRACT COMPANY, at 701 Congress Building, Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. • UNITED STATES TITLE CORPORATION PALLOT, SILVER MULLOT Attorneys for Applicant 701 Congres* Bldg. 5/1-8-15-22 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of GIBSON LOUNGE, at 545-547 N.E. 2nd Ave., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ANTHONY F. MURINE .STEPHEN F. KESSLER Attorney for Applicant 4 S.W. 22nd Ave. 6/8-15-22-29 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 2<0M RE: ESTATE OF LEON FREED, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE 1* hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge a* Executrix of the estate of LEON FREED, deceaaed; and that on the 29th day of May, 1953, 1 will apply to the Honorable W. F. BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Executrix of the Estate of LEON FREED, deceased. This 23rd day of April, 1953. /*/ MAE S. FREED, Executrix of the Sstate of LEON FREED, Deceased. MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Executrix 5/1-8-15-22 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 159020 PR1NGLE WARD and CHARITY DARD, hi* 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 IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: H. S. OIFFEN, if living, and GIFFIN, his wife, if married and living: FRED W. KING. JR., and KING, JR., his wife, If married and living, whose residences are unknown; ALL UNKNOWN heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors or other parties claiming by, through, under or against H. S. OIFF1N and FRED W. KING, JR., not known to be dead or alive; AND ALSO as to each <*f the above named defendant individuals, If they be deceased, then all unknown heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors or other parties claiming by, through, under or against such defendants; AND ALSO all other and unknown persons having or claiming to have any right, title or Interest in the property which Is the subject matter of this suit, said property lying and being In Dade County. Florida, and more particularly described as follows: Lot 18. In Block 3, of SYMMES-SHARMAN TRACT, according to the Plat thereof, recorded In Plat Book 9 at page 170 of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida. YOU AND EACH OF YOU are hereby notified that a suit has been filed In the above named Court, by the plaintiffs above named, for the purpose of quieting title of the plaintiffs, in and to the property involved hereinabove described. ^_„ YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED AND REQUIRED to file your Appearance In said suit on or before the 2nd day of June, 1953, and In default of such Appearance, a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you and each of you. This Order to be published once a week for four (4) consecutive weeks In the Jewish Floridlan, a Newspaper published In Dade County. Florida. DONE AND ORDERED at the Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, this 29 da > E ->' B A ^EATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court Bv WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk BEN ESSEN Attorney for plaintiffs S23 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla. 5/1-8-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the "£, t t ou, V. nam ^ 'fi SUSTEE SPICES. TEA & FOOD PRODUCTS, at 1793 Purdy Avenue. Miami Beach, "orlda. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Fl0r d DOROTHY JUDITH KANTOR, Sole owner HERMAN ORAYSON „.„,„. Attorneys for Dorothy Judith Kantor d/b/a Sustee Spices, Tea Food Products 5/1*8-15-22 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Tfct> Iwtah Floridkm BOIdsTi your lavjal noflcMh W. upuMrfcrt s yotjt SBTTiOB Ot Ugal ratasv Phosw 2-1 Ml 1st SEITLIN & COMPANY PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGES PHONE 9-3836 ^OTJ[*$^ •• •*• %  • *"* >T. MIAMI St. FLA.



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[y, MAY 22. 1953 +*isirk>ricfic>n in To Be Installed President Of ch Lodge; Smothers Will Speak iatioii j. Talianoff, Florida's f famation League commis,nd retiring president of the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith, will be honored at an eighth annual banquet of the lodge in the Saxony Hotel on Sunday evening, May 24th. The event will also mark the official taking over of the reins of the organization b y j Balkin, newly elected knt. Balkin has been active ai B'rith affairs and Jewish knity work for many years. Ihe eighth president to take Preceding him were Talianimuel W. Shapiro, Godfrey £man, Harry Zukernick, WalKover, David R. Isen and i J. Bertman. ed State Senator George A. krs is making a special trip jver the principal address of ening. It is expected to be tie Senator's major addresshe year. elected officers in addiBalkin are: vice presidents, l'hi Delta Gamma Installs Office !" The Starlite Room of the Biscayne Terrace Hotel was the scene Sunday for an annual Mother's Day luncheon at which members of the Phi Delta Gamma Sorority entertained. Mrs. Ernest Chernoff installed new officers. Inducted were president, Helene Wexler; vice president, Judy Feldman; recording secretary, Bobby Bass; corresponding secretaries, Joan Deutsch and Irma Bain; treasurer, Thelma Weinstein; pledgemistress, Adrienne Belanoff; and historian, Betty Coe. In an original musicale, the following pledges took the oath of membership: Marilyn Belanoff, Helene Berzok, Sandra Hollander, Adrienne Klapper and Joan Marcus. Completing the afternoon's program were vocal selections by Mrs. B. Cohen, Roberta Weiner and Evie Birman. ;/ Ceorje A. Smothers bi Irving Lehrman, of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, and Rabbi Leon Kronish, of Temple Beth Sholom, are among the spiritual leaders here who will attend. The Reservations Committee are Seiderman, chairman, Jack J. Gold, Godfrey Newman, Alan Goldberg, Saul Genet, Irving Schatzman, Walter C. Kovner, Harry Zukernick, Peter F. Heller, Gershon' Miller, Abe Frankel, Sam A. Goldstein and Joseph Kogos. Fran Bloom Named Sweatheart Of Tau Epsilon Phi Frat The Sweetheart Formal of Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity, Tau Xi Chapter of the University of Miami, was held last week at the Casablanca Hotel. Miss Fran Bloom was named creative workshops are Gil Rappasweetheart of the chapter. She was port, of Miami Beach, assistant dicrowned by last year's sweetheart, j rector of the Southern Zionist Mrs. Jerome SchwarUman, the | Youth Commission; and Miriam former Betty Fiedler. Miss Bloom ; Scheinberg, of Miami, city director Judaeans Convene At Camp Blue Star Approximately 150 Senior Judaeans, representing 30 chapters in seven Southern states, will gather at Camp Blue Star, Hendersonville, North Carolina, from June 9th through 16th, to attend their annual summer seven-day camp and convention, according to a release issued by Carol Freedenthal, of Atlanta, president of Southern Senior Judaea Region. Highlights of the seven-day conference will include competition in debates, choral singing and folk dancing to determine which Southern Judaeans will represent the South at the National Convention to take place in late summer at the National Young Judaea Camp, Tel Yehudah, Tolland, Massachusetts. A staff of some thirty adults will direct the educational and recreational program. Among those expected to lead discussion and Jew* demand service in the Burkher Guard. From the filmstrip, The Jews Settle In New Amsterdam—1654, reprinted in the Sisterhood Art Calendar. Sisterhoods Mark Tercentenary With Publication Of Art Calendar Because the year 1954 marks the tercentenary of Jewish settlement in North America, the Art Calendar for the Jewish year 5714 (1953-54), published by the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods, is dedicated to three hundred years of Jewish life and achievement on this continent. The National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods, which publishes the Art Calendar annually, is com prised of more than 85,00 members in 480 Sisterhoods throughout the United States and in cities of Canada, Cuba, Panama, the United Kingdom, Union of South Africa and Australia. The Sisterhood David Frank, there are six illustrations taken from filmstrips produced by the Commission on Jewish Education of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Three of the illustrations are from The Jews Settle In New AmsterFederation, the women's division i dam—1654, and deal with import of the Union of American Hebrew j ant aspects of Jewish life under Congregations, the central organ-) the rule of Peter Stuyvesant. The ization of Liberal Judaism in Amer-, other three are taken from, Isaac ica, is also affiliated with the I Mayer Wise—Master Builder World Union for Progressive Judaism. In addition to the reproduction American Judaism, and deal with the creation of the major institutions of Liberal Judaism in the of Sully's portrait of Rebecca Gratz j United States. The calendar notes and a photograph of the Philadel! both the secular and Jewish holi phia home, in colonial times, of days and I readings. lists the weekly Bible from Akron, Ohio, has twice of Greater Miami Zionist Gilbert I. Befit in kt Beckerman. Jules P. Chan [jack J. Gold and Gershon recording secretary, MichSossin;" treasurer, Irving gman; financial secretary, Stein; monitor, George J. loft'; assistant monitor, Meyer warden, Abe Frankel; liardian, Sol S. Goldstrom. Btees are Harry Zukernick, Seiderman, Sam A. Goldstein, C. Kovner, Godfrey K. NewHarold Turk, Jack August, W. Shapiro and Joseph A. Il Seiderman, chairman of the pt Committee, said that Rab$w*ct m Compare [B10 rift a •* **"* been president of her sorority, Alpha Epsilon Phi, is past secretary of the Student Association and belongs to Nu Kappa Tau, highest women's honorary. Alpha Sigma Upsilon, inter-fraternity leadership group, Sigma Lamda Phi, service sorority, Alpha Lamda Delta, scholarship sorority, Delta Theta Mu, liberal arts honorary, and is associate editor of Ibis. Her court of honor consisted of Miss Peggy Gold, Miss Flora Sterling and Miss Barbara Kagen. The committee in charge of the affair included Jerome Schwartzman, chairman, and Richard Gillman, Burton Levey and Robert Hellman. The Melvin Singer Memorial Award to the outstanding active brother was given to Dick Gillman. The Best Athlete Award was given to Bob Weissman. The Scholarship Award went to Matt Becker. A Chancellor's Key was presented to Burt Levey, outgoing chancellor. A meritorious service key and ci'.rtion was presented to Norman Rutkin for active service rendered the chapter as alumnae advisor. Rutkin is a graduate eftfae University of Connecticut and a local attorney. Newly elected officers of the fraternity were guests and they are as followsi AinseUee Plrede, president; Matt Becker, vice president; Ken Lennox, secretary; and Marvin Gerber, corresponding secretary. Confirmation At Miami School The annual confirmation exercises of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will take place on Sunday evening, May 24th, at 8 p.m. The confirmands are Anton Chaplin, Richard Clein, Marlene Duchon, George Isaacs, Martha Fuher and Jane Neustem. Rabbi Simon April, spiritual leader, will address the confirmands who are scheduled to receive gifts of BiWes and certificates. Youth Commission. Gables Sisterhood Meet The Sisterhood of Coral Gables Jewish Center will meet on Monday, May 25th, at 8:30 p.m. Election of officers will take place. Mrs. Sam Schulefand, outgoing president, will chair the program. I Tropical Lodge Meeting Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith members held a business meeting and bowling party at Brunswick Bowland on Tuesday, 8:30 p.m. Athletic chairman is Irwin Goldoff. pTtnon P rvtnD7 PARKWAY Ka* Be 8M rri FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "MUk Product!" 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