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

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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
JME 27Number 22
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MAY 29, 1953
PRICE: TEN CENTS
isis In Israel Cabinet; Four Ministers Resign
Camp In
waria New
diticalAxe
NICH (JTA) The displaced
fis question has become a hot
issue in the State of Ba-
|as a result of the demand hy
Javarian State Secretary for
fees, Professor Theodor Ober-
, for extraordinary powers
ealc order in Foehrenwald,"
^atch from this city reports.
Foehrenwald displaced per-
pamp now houses 2,000 Jew-
>'s the last remaining Jewish
[in Germany. This week, the
llan parliamentary committee
kfufiees visited the camp to
fct the conditions under which
(wish survivors of Nazism are
Obcrlaender, a Sudeten
an who was a high-ranking
I official in occupied Czecho-
kia and Russia during the
[is understood to contemplate
la drastic step as slashing gov-
ental subsidies to the camp
inmates have no independ-
ncome of their own and de-
on German relief. He has
[intimated that he would like
Dplant the Jewish camp police
[German policemen and turn
the best building the camp
kn-Jewish refugees of German
'"mTtfjnt fTriTint nyflgd g\ increasing the supply oi fash
to meet the requirements of "a growing population are being
undertaken at the Government Experimental Station in Tan-
tura near Haifa, Israel. The two-fold program is designed to
enlarge both deep-sea and fresh-water fishing throughout the
Jewish State and its coastal waters. The Tantura station is
also experimenting in the use of new food stuffs, control of
fash diseases and improved methods of breeding.__________
|is also reported that the Sec-
tor Refugees wants to oust
Jjal" DP's now residing in the
fe. These "illegals" are chief-
ews who emigrated to Israel
I then returned to Bavaria in
itempt to proceed to the Unit-
Itates or Canada. Meanwhile
dissension in the camp be-
the "old" DP's and the "il-
" is playing into Professor
plaender's hands.
American Joint Distribution
nittee and the Central Coun-
! Jews in Germany have inter-
in the situation in an at-
. to protect the DFx from
hardships resulting from Ob-
ader's actions.
be demand that the Jewish
i at Foehrenwald be given the
state assistance as "Volks-
sche" refugees expelled from
lem Europe was voiced here
oritz Weinberger, president of
Association of Jewish Com-
lities in Bavaria.
I einberger; who conferred here
Professor Oberlaender after
| official investigation of the
, threatened to institute legal
edings against anyone who
reed that there were "criminal
Arab Refugee Probe:
Senate May Organize On
Spot Near East Survey
WASHINGTON (JTA) A sub-
committee of the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee may go to the
Near East for an on-the-spot inves-
tigation of the Arab refugee prob-
lem, it was indicated Tuesday by
Chairman Alexander Wiley of the
Senate Committee.
John B. Blandford, Jr., former
director of the United Nations Re-
lief and Works Agency for Pales-
tine Refugees, who testified before
the Near Eastern Subcommittee of
the Foreign Relations Committee,
was asked by Senator Wiley what
he thought of a Congressional in-
vestigation on the scene. Mr.
Blandford said it was always help-
ful to view such problems at first
hand. He advised, however, that
they not try to cover too much
could be effected, Mr. Blandford
said that because of the nature of
his agency he could not get involv-
ed in other political issues, but he
suggested that one qualified expert
might be able "to go back and
forth chipping away at the prob-
JERUSALEM (JTA)The Israel Government was plunged into a
new crisis Tuesday when the four General Zionist Ministers handed
their resignations to Premier David Ben-Gurion, thus bringing to an end
the five-month old Laborite-centrist coalition.
The immediate reason for the resignations was that the Mapai
Party council had overruled a General Zionist demand, supported by
Premier Ben-Gurion, that only the Israeli flag be flown in all schools
in the country and that only the national anthem be sung by school-
children. The rightwing Socialist Mapai council voted 60 to 21 to per-
mit the flying.of a red flag and the singing of the Internationale at
schools where a majority of the parnets of the pupils request it.-
The Mapai council acted Monday night. Tuesday morning the centrist
MinistersTrade and Industry, Dr. Peretz Bernstein; Interior, Israel
Rokach; Health, Joseph Serlin; and Communications, Joseph Saphir
called on Premier Ben-Gurion to deliver an ultimatum that either the
Mapai reverses its stand or they leave the Cabinet. Later in the day,
they submitted their resignations in writing, as required by law.
It was learned that the Progressive Party deputies in the Knesset
had delegated their leader, Justice Minister Dr. Pinchas Rosen, to see
Mr. Ben-Gurion and explore the possibilities of a compromise which
would restore the status quo. If the Progressives find that no com-
promise is possible, they will then consider whether to remain in the
Cabinet with the Mapai.
Meanwhile, Yitzhar Harari, a Progressive deputy, expressed sur-
prise that the Mapai was ready to throw the government into a crisis
in the "political, security and economic situation in which the state is
now." He predicted that if the Mapai would accept no compromise, the
Progressivesa centrist party which has often sided with the Mapai
would leave the Cabinet, perhaps even this week. The Mapai council
was scheduled to meet Tuesday night to consider the new situation.
The Cabinet meanwhile discussed Israel's position in world affairs
and its relations with various powers. A Cabinet spokesman, however,
refused to elaborate on this announcement.
The spokesman revealed that a committee of Ministers dealing
with economic matters had considered plans for using Yarkon River
water for irrigation purposes in the Negev. Finally, the Cabinet ap-
pointed Lord Nathan as its representative on the permanent arbitra-
tion commission established under the terms of the Israel-German
reparations agreement.
In other discussions, the Cabinet heard a report on defense meas-
ures necessitated by the continuing tension along the Jewish State's
borders particularly along the Jordan frontier where Arab infiltration
has increased. The Ministers were told that several detachments of the
new Border Guards unitswhich are being established to permit the
Army and regular police to turn their energies to other taskshave
already been formed and are in training.
Meanwhile, Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett summoned the British
Ambassador and the American charge d'affaires to his office in Tel
Aviv to discuss the border situation. Mr. Sharett laid special emphasis
on the Jordanian's rejection of a suggestion by truce supervisor Gen-
eral William E. Riley that a high level meeting be held to settle the
border situation. ....... j_ s_
A military spokesman here denied emphatically charges made in
a communique issued by the Jordan Government to the effect that
Israeli armed forces attacked Jordanian villages along the southern
section of the IsraeWordanian frontier. "No Israel security forces
crossed the Israel-Jordanian border," the spokesman said. The Jordan
communique asserted that Israelis had attacked 11 Jordan village.> on
May 20th and 22nd, and three others in the Hebron area May 23rd.
The Israel spokesman revealed that six Arab infiltrees were killed
by Israeli border police last week in six separate clashes most of
which occurred in the Gaza area. In the last few days, Jewish guards at
settlements in the Jerusalem area have repulsed Arab **&*_*
ground or too many places.
Asked by Senator Wiley how a
gea mat mere were "criminal *** v .
ients" among the Jewish DFs. reconciliatibn of Arabs ana jew
llel Council Presents Turk With Citation;
cognizes Effort In Local Fund Drive
long-time worker in the B'nai
family, having served as
Iraqi Minister Al Said Attacks
Churchill's Address Before MP's
TENDON (JTA) Iraqi Foreign I West German Government's imple-
mSwAI Said told be Iraqui I mentation of the reparations agree-
pSmenY thSweek that he would | ment with Israel, the most widely-
Lnd The British Government a,read German news^magazine^ Der
1etora3nedumncompUining..ag.inst Spiegel, reported th?s week Since
pouncilman Harold Turk, of Mi-
ll Beach, was presented with a
fction Saturday night at the Ern-
es Hotel during the annual in-
flation dinner of the Hillel Ad-
pry Council here.
he citation recognized Turk for
J guiding the fund raising drive
[ the Hillel House at the Univer-
of Miami in 1992 and for his
Melfish devotion to the cause
ghe Hillel Foundation."
pouncilman Turk has been a
B'rith ------,.
president of Sholom Lodge. Me
was also responsible for inaugur-
ating the idea of multiple lodges
iutn-sys'-- as-----* b-
Prime Minister Sir Winston
Churchill's statement in Commons
last week which was friendly
toward Israel, it was reported from
Bagdad. ,
During his address, the British
Prime Minister had said that it
was unfortunate that there was no
Arab-Israel peace and pledged that
Britain would not permit Israel to
be placed at a disadvantage by
no orders have yet been placed
with German firms by the Israeli
purchasing mission in Cologne, the
Arab move is seen as a naked at-
tempt to intimate German business-
men.
some 6,500 German firms have al-
ready offered to sell Israel prod-
ucts to be shipped as reparations.
The Arab list appeared to have
been drafted by picking German
firms at random, with a portion
being firms mentioned in the news
columns of the German-language
Jewish press. This may be the rea-
son that no states other than Saudi
Arabia and Syriathe most per-
the publication of such a blacklist with the blacklu
other lodges here.
Turk served for three years as.
president of the Greater
Middle East.
Saudi Arabia and Syria have
meanwhile drawn up a list of 98
president oi me .=."-------- meanwnue arawu uF -~.-------
Council of B'nai B'rith lodges and h ^j^Hrf by
is "one of the usual maneuvers" of
the Arab states. He pointed out
that few of the listed firms had
any trade relations with the Arab
states and in the instances where
the firms do have business in the
Arab states the boycott cannot be
enforced. At any rate, he reported,
t was also reported here that
Chancellor of the Exchequer Hugh
Butler, meanwhile refused in the
House of Commons this week to
grant Israel a credit extension for
the purchase of various smoked
and processed fish sold by Britain.
The question was raised by Con-
servative MP Robert Boothby.


J>AGE 2 A
Irvin Katz Will
Be Main Speaker
At Academy
Commencement exerciser of the
second graduating class of the He-
brew Academy will be held on
Wednesday evening. June 10th. at
Hibiscus Lodge Auditorium, it un-
announced this week by Rabbi Al-
exander S. Gro>. principal.
Scheduled for graduation after
completing a full eight year c>
of study are Phyllis Katz. Miriam
Gili. Edwin Ginsburg. Lester
Brickman. Efrom Me eph Lauer. Herman Shapiro and
Harry Friedman
Irvin W Katz. principal of Mi-
ami Beach Senior High School, will
~? guest speaker
Greetings to parents, friends and
craduates will be presented on be-
half of the affiliate Hebrew Acad
tmy Organizations by Mrs Sidney
Rubinowiiz. pre-ident of The He-
t'rew Academy Women Hn Alex-
tnder Kogan chairman Hebrew
\cademy Room Mother* and Irv-
ing Firtel. president. Hebrew Acad-
nrj Fathers' Club
In conjunction with the com
r-.eneement exercises, special
ards and gifts to outstar.
students will be presented by mem-
l*rs of the Academy directorate
iculty Tin program will also
re a dramatic musical pres-
. n by the gn
r.rtion with the Hebrew-
Mi What I-
:p of
-to director
The c-xerci^e will be staged by
Miss 1
he suptr
> f Rabb: Gi
Shapiro Winds
Campaign M
Harold Shapiro will
rallies *J*'
campaign for
Council with
tioneve. nda>'*k
Shapiro. \ice bt^a^.
told some 2.200 nerwm
Flamingo Park rail^t *l
tion to beautify WaoJ *1
enue from Lmcoh, S^
"We must have a t.^
ting immediately t0,rH
Washington Avenue.' ShaJJ]
his suDDorter, -n,. .. w'1
supporters
can be filled by
"The empty |
Shown above are Beth David Hebrew School graduates. 1952-1953. Left to right are Rabbi
Max Shapiro. Albert Abramowitx. Eugene Novogrodslcy. Philip Spiro. Irwin Siegel. Mr. Louis
Gadon. instructor, and Mr. Jerome B. Gordon, educational director.
Sundav morning. Ma> 31st at
10 a.m. will witness the closing
exercises of the Beth David Sun-
day School for the year 1952-53.
Approximately 20 Awards of
Honor and 125 certificates will be
granted to students for outstand-
ing achievement during the school
year
Special Awards of Honor will be
presented to Sandra Schreidell and
Jerry Spector for perfect attend
ance for five consecutive years, to
newly appointed custodians Ber-
nard Feinberg and Karen Kantor.
Prompt.
your city council and m ,
and talk." '
Shapiro addressed hu
his followers Tuesday
Workmen's Circle and'wL.
night at Washington pt
pointed out that many offcJ
cent problems of the Pohet|
tnent resulted because "t>|
Closing Sund.iv School Exercise At
Beth David: Hebrew MuoVnis Cited Closing Assembly
At Beach Center
Meanwhile, it was announced | Rabbi Irving Lehrman announces i chle( lsn"' th* head ha
this week that Albert Abraroowitz, j that the closing assembly of the j"'?,.. r le*a,l>'orNl
Eugene Novogrodsky. Irwin Siegel I Miami Beach Jewish Center Belig-1 ,~ st of m Pte
and Philip Spiro will be graduated : ious School"will take place on Sun- i "* n*norablt men. but I aaj
from the Hebrew School. 'day. May 31st. in the main syna-!"".Ulere are some Wta
During the community gradua-1 gogue at 10 a.m. iln basket
tion exercises for the Hebrew Ele-j certificates for scholarship and ^i. oved his tu4
mentary Schools of Greater Miami.. ,ttendance will be distributed by : ,0 ,n* 41st *"* ^"""Tl
Awards of Honor were presented I j^ Zion Ginsburg. chairman of orn,nJ a"d ,hI" SP*.
to Irwin Siege! and Philip Spiro the ReIigious school, and Macey Sho,r? Parkn ]h^l*
for attaining the highest grades Kronsberg, chairman of the Sun- f ***** dwellonth,
y Schreidell for four consec-. in the city-wide examination spon- day school iems ot only this section i
utive years and to Marsha Mak-! sored bv the Bureau of Jewish Edu-. ,. .. ,. ,. ___ | rally, and th<..e 0f otbtraa
stein I UMOtrfe years, cation. | _^S0...;PfrtiCip/i'ngI!!!tlh? P^ rallies there, but I intend i
at the Beth David Sunday School. -------------------------------
The Puehkofl Schoiar.h.p Socia| Activities Not
Awards for the oustanding hebr- .
acbooi 1952-53 win Enough, Ruby Says
be c.-' artia Bialow. El- .. .. .,. _....
_ ,. James H Rubv this week lashed
len Bolker. Dale Handshu. Sandra _. mmmlmM ,h _,. !H,,,.,..
. .. c i out against the many candidates
Siegal, rerrjr
Sped r and Philip Spiro.
i gram will be Mrs. Joseph A. Ber
man. president of the Sisterhood,
and Mrs. Benjamin Greene, presi-
dent of the PTA.
Irwin W. till
DAT WOMERS S5 i S6 ami Fer,
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The presentation will be made
b> J /. Sti n prr liitrnl of the
Chapter of the Histadrut Iv-
lard bearer custodians. San-
tad Schwartz and Bab Coulton.
will formalh transfer the flags to
Miss Albert Again
Heads Star Chapter
New officers of Star Chapter.
B'nai B'r:th Yotmg Women, are
Lorraine Albert, president re
elected Barbara Greene, vice
thy Balber. corres-
ponding and recordist secretary
dad and Doris Gerhon.
rarer re-elected i.
New social chairman is Selma
Witte vfl Haa> \g Anti-Defama-
League chairman
Star Chapter will hold a fund
| affair on Monday night.
(June 1st. at the Miami Jewish
'Community Center. 450 SW 16th
j Avenue Proceeds will be used to
send delegates to District No 5
B nai B nth Young Adults' Con-
vention which is being held in
!Washington. DC.
fur Miami Beach City Council who
are running on their records of
social and charitable activities."
Lauding their efforts in these
fields. Ruby said that these activi-. Judy-
ties did not give the candidates sauer.
sufficient experience in civic af-
fairs.
"I was a member of the Miami
Beach planning committee.'' Ruby
pointed out. "I have also been.re-
sponsible for the anti-masking or-
dinance, drew up the pinball or-
dinance and demanded qualifying
fees for candidates to public of-
fice '
Ruby also called this week for
the city manager to be able to op-
erate Miami Beach without inter
ference from the city council." He
said he would do everything in his
power to see that Miami Beach ad-
heres to the letter of its charter
and that the council returns to be-
ing a policy making, ordinance en-
acting body only.
resent all of Miami Bead^
: commander of the Mumil
j Jewish War Veteran? stated'
Harold Shapiro served a 1
A special play will be presented j chairman of the Miami Badj
under the direction of Mrs. Ger- sion of the Combined Jeiitl
shon Miller. Sunday School dra- peal. He is the past presidof]
matic instructor. Student; in the the Miami Beach Zionist
cast are Alan Medof. Elliott Fried-; frmer tha ? *J.
,, ,. r. Ilsh National Fund Coomi
wald. Sherry Kout. Rosella Popick.
Applebaum. Richard Des-
Edward Pottlitzer. Janice
Weinman. Simon Kriendler. Leon
Scher. Harvey Shapiro. Rickie Wal-
ler and Myrna Samuel.
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iy. MAY 29. 1953
+Jewisti fkridiom
.
Council
|es Harold Turk
ntinued from P9 1 A
L the Grand Lodge and cur-
is serving as national Hillel
fcissioner of the Supreme
of B'nai B'rith, a post he
eld for three years.
spearheaded the fund drive
52 to raise money for the
ng of a new Hillel House for
students. The house is to
cated on the UM campus on
of land given to Hillel by
Iniversity.
i award and recognition came
one week after Turk re-
., the highest and most covet-
Iward from the Republic of
Tfor his "outstanding coritri-
Ls to the promotion of Inter-
Scan relations."
\k has served as a member of
Jiami Beach City Council for
fears, including two years as
yor, from 1949 to 1991, and
titly seeks re-election to the
til. He was elected in 1951
of the five most outstand-
ng men in the State of Flor-
I f the Florida State Junior
fber of Commerce.
ting his term in office, Turk
Buced the idea of city plan-
fand carried the story of Mi-
Beach throughout the country
|to foreign lands, having ap-
and spoken before import-
vie groups and on radio and
PAGE, 3 A
I
bunj:
The following Miami Beach business and civic
leaders have personally endorsed and are giving
their active support to the re-election of BERNARD
A. FRANK:
LEONARD L. ABESS. CHARLES L. CLEMENTS.
REBA ENGLER DANER, MRS. MILTON FELLER,
BARON DE HIRSCH MEYER. S. J. HALPERIN.
SEYMOUR LIEBMAN. MAX OROVITZ
MRS. MILTON SIREN. DR. BARNEY WEINKLE,
HARRY ZUKERNICK

Miami Beach Councilman Harold Turk (right) receives citation
from Walter C. Kovner, president of the Hillel Advisory Coun-
cil, for Turk's work in guiding the fund raising drive of the
Hillel House at the University of Miami.
television national network pro-
grams.
Councilman Turk is a member
of the Board of Directors of the
Hebrew Academy and a trustee of
the Miami Beach Jewish Center. He
is a member of the Elks, Masons,
Artfellows, ZOA, Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center, Temple Beth Sholom,
Miami Beach Chamber of Com-
merce, Beth Jacob, Miami Beach
Junior Chamber of Commerce,
Temple Beth Tfilah and a Shriner.
Dr. Lee Frederick Goldberg
Announces bis release from active duty
with the Armed Forces
and the
reopening of his offices at
605 LINCOLN ROAD SUITE 306
for the
GENERAL PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY
Telephones 5-6361 5-3294
To All the Candidates
of Miami Beach ...
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MEN WIN
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Bt LEO MINDLIN
Friday, May 29, 1953
Volume 27 Number 22
Si van 15, 5713
The Arab Refugees
The Senate Foreign Relations Committee
heard strong attacks launched against Israel
this week by pro-Arab elements who testified
that the Near Eastern refugee problem is being
totally ignored.
For the longest time, the Jewish State has
been attempting to settle the refugee issue. Is-
raeli leaders have made offers of indemnity to
Palestinian Arabs who fled during the War of
Liberation and who subseguently failed to re-
turn. The fact of the matter is that a well-inte-
grated Arab population exists in the Jewish
State at the present time, that it benefits from
the Israeli public health and education system
and that it is represented in the Parliament.
Moslem leaders, seeking to use the refugee
issue as a political lever, ignore this aspect of
the situation and confine their propagandists
efforts to the displaced persons who would
rather not return to the poverty and disease
prevalent in the Arab League nations and who
fear going back to Israel as a result of dis-
trust engendered by Moslem intimidation.
The Senate Foreign Relations Committee
heard Monsignor Thomas J. McMahon, of the
Near Eastern Welfare Society, in testimony
which virtually ignored the refugees for whose
fate he is seemingly concerned and who de-
clared, instead, that Christian claims in the
Holy Land could not be ignored. Other wit-
nesses, including Stephen B. L. Penrose, presi-
dent of the American University of Beirut, chal-
lenged Israel's position that it could not accept
the return of the Arab refugees on the ground
that it has no room. If Israeli leaders request
the release of 2,500,000 Jews behind the Iron
Curtain for immigration, he said, then their ar-
guments are false.
This is a typical example of propagandistic
hair-splitting which denies the essential func-
tion of the Jewish State the ingathering of
exiles from the world over. But worse, it con-
tinues to ignore Israel's willingness to deal with
the refugee problem while charging that no
such willingness exists. It is to be hoped that
Secretary of State John Foster Dulles' fact-find-
ing tour will reveal these and other duplicities
to the US Government. A Senate proposal this
week for an on-the-spot survey of the problem
points to the fact that some doubt exists about
the claims of Arab supporters here.
The Home And Expansion
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation has
approved the Jewish Home for the Aged's cur-
rent expansion plan. The Federation .Execu-
tive Committee has given the go ahead on
these three proposals:
Setting up of a joint Home-Federation
Committee to develop a master architec-
tural plan for a new home of some 125
beds at Douglas Gardens.
Building the Jack Ablin Memorial In-
firmary as soon as the master plan is
completed.
A public campaign of S50.000 to enable
the home to reach the goal of approxi-
mately $125,000 needed to construct and
equip the infirmary.
Our community is growing rapidly. A prin-
ciple indication of this is its concern for the
area's aged. While Miami is bent on economic
expansion, it also demonstrates a social aware-
ness which belies its relative youth. The bal-
ance between persons of retirement age living
here and those who are vigorously productive
seems to be changing.
A healthy sign of this change is that the
aged are not being forgotten. We feel sure
that it will make Miami a better place in which
to live for everyone. The Jack Ablin Infirmary
will do much to make the Jewish Home for the
Aged a more complete institution for the care
* 9*4-1

BOY. THE DOLLAR SURE STRETCHES
A LONG WAY, OUT HERE
iatit Your Ballot
Two issues must be decided by Greater Mi-
ami residents within the next ten days. On
June 2nd, Miami Beach residents must place
into city council posts four persons to fill exist-
ing vacancies. On June 9th, Miami voters will
express their opinions in a referendum on the
proposed City of Miami-Dade County merger.
Sixteen candidates are seeking councilmanic
office on the Beach. Residents will have to
choose four favorites from the held on the
basis of a campaign that has been more digni-
fied than most others in the past. The fact that
the candidates have generally confined their
remarks to issues rather than to personality
assassinations bespeaks the growing respect
Miami Beach voters entertain for their home
city and the thoughtful action office-seekers
recognize they must now bring to political con-
tests.
It would be unwise for voters to trade away
this dignity by failing to vote. The outcome of
the balloting will determine the character of
the Miami Beach City Council.
We also respectfully urge Miami residents
to participate in the June 9th referendum. The
proposed merger plan precipitated a tremen-
dous controversy in Tallahassee. Qualified per-
sons demanded and received the opportunity
to express their opinions for or against consoli-
dation. The area marshalled its forces against
any action in this regard without a general
election.
Failing to participate will mean that the
wrath expressed here were meaningless words.
Voting on June 9th will produce a truly repre-
sentative opinion on how Miami feels about
merging with Dade County. This is too impor-
tant an issue for the area to ignore.
tl 111 I SI
The Venerable Dr. Kaplan
Florida's Dean of Rabbis, Dr. Jacob H. Kap-
lan, has again been named president of the
Association of Florida Rabbis, an organization
he was responsible for founding.
The venerable spiritual leader, who is in his
late seventies, still retains a vigorous position
in Florida Jewry's religious life. Rabbi Emeritus
of Miami's Temple Israel, he has brought to
bear his influence on educational and cultural
activity throughout our area, as well as the
State.
We congratulate Dr. Kaplan on his latest
recognition and wish him many more fruitful
MIAMI BEACH LODGE OF B'NAI BRlTHTTIr'^M
ing ceremonies at the Saxony Hotel on Sunday ever, "^taM
was United States Senator from Florida George c" g. Cut"J"'
seems to have run the gamut of prevailing politicalTr!I ^K
its officers and membership invited Claude Pepper n Hi'
The appearance here of Senator Smathers brought r| !fdw,'
the distinction between what is popularly cnnsiHPri! ,!,'*
"conservative" attitudes. aered MB
I recall vividly Mr. Pepper's impassioned avowal. ni ^. Jl
New Deal administrations. It was under them that the f *
Senator waxed powerful and that his name became svnn I
progressive government. It was also under them that h^^B
declined, ultimately giving way completely to Smathers' nJJ
victory in 1950. The issues that removed him from the (^""S
over a period of 14 years are precisely those that brought, 7M
of Democratic Party rule to a sharp halt last NovembTjJ
Smathers' major address here Sunday evening svmbolued nM
change in recent American politics.
The Senator's unflinching reiteration of his principle, '
the measure of his sincerity. It opposed in everv conceivable 3
the precepts laid down by Mr. Pepper last year But there are uM
distinctions in governmental philosophies. The defeated DemonM
lay a good deal of the blame for his political demise on the mI
he spoke only softly about the explosive civil rights issue *k
counted most. Senator Smathers, on the other hand, is far |ea ji
servative" than has been popularly imagined.
In genera), however, one must regard the Florida Setasfl
standing opposed to a number of his party's planks. \Verefc|l
paigning for election fn 1952, Senator Smathers would have (dl
the line of many of his Southern colleagues who brought theird t
to President Eisenhower in the name of States' Rights. -
THE SENATOR SAID HE WOULD AVOID discussion of J
policy or national administrative problems and concentrate a|
meaning of B'nai B'rith instead. At the outset, this seemed soaaB
purposeless, for his subsequent review of the fraternal orderijfl
did little more than clarify the matter for himself But his ob*n9
on the Anti-Defamation League inevitably led him into re marts afl
Europe and the Near East. Particularly, he mentioned tie mM
Soviet attack against the Zionist movement and this cirnsiaH
brought the Senator squarely onto the issue of prejudice and{eaafl
In this regard, he mentioned the need for continued AOlaJ
lance here as a safeguard against discrimination His frank adaal
that bias manifests itself in America toward specific racial andkfl
ious groups and his stated contempt for it may have surpnsedafl
persons who identify Senator Smathers with total Peep S->uthaOXasaH
But his immediate attack by implication of FEI'C placed haiM
apparently indefr-nsible position. While calling for a complete ajfl
ization against intolerance and bigotry, he spoke out against tteifl
legislation designed to implement it.
We can not accept, he said, any law aimed at telling us "irtafl
love or whom to employ." Senator Smathers' position is that Ftafl
civil rights laws must inevitably encroach upon the freedom of tM
and individuals, for the constant addition of power to the urafl
government leads our country- away from the principal of dftaj
ation This is precisely the argument of those who oppose FEPCaB
the banner of States' Rights. But what needs clarification istheafl
behind such opposition If decentralization is truly the issue,tkofl
begins to wonder about the snail's pace the several states are
in their fight against prejudice.
Senator Smathers' reference to bigotry abroad dealt wiftli
specific experiences. There, it seemed, he did nut have to treafsj
as a means of bypassing the thorny civil rights question-**
has an equally thorny political overtone. Quoting from offidaMl
Department reports, he lashed out against the Russian abandaSJ
of Israel's friendship and examined in detail statements rtsaj
anti-Semitism in the USSR. It was his own choice of the wort IB
cide" in this context that took him from the safe ground Sal
Smathers assumed he was passing.
>>
IT WOULD BE DIFFICULT TO SURMISE the attitude I 3
Smathers entertains toward genocide. Theoretically, one iW"j>
(hat he rigorously opposes it on Intellectual grounds. But h j
to mention the UN Genocide Convention made less striking nsj. j
demand for constant safeguards against bigotry. The fact renutSJ I
the US Government has not seen fit to support the convent* j
prevalent explanation for such non-support is that the genoc*B
might place the American civil rights issue into the hands of W|
Nations surveillance. The Senator Bricker Resolution, which **m
at destroying any US move in the direction of underwriting u*p
publicly avoided any equation of genocide with civil rights and
against our nation's interference into the internal affairs of ou*i
ernments instead.
If Senator Smathers considered the Bricker Resolution *M
may presumably have thought in terms of States' Rights on
scale. But America's spurning of the convention has struck aaj
blow at Washington leadership on the international scene mm
ticularly with regard to Human Rights. It would have been n
the Senator to clarify his stand here.
In the final analysis, it seemed generally difficult to ra*
Senator Smathers' ardent sympathies for an effective me*^|
batting prejudice with his attitudes relating to indiwdua I"*""J
decentralization. His contempt for all legislation ^"'''"JL jl
to love or whom to employ" struck a strange note in an ad ore* -j
an organization one of whose principal arms is anti-defam* *jl
ity. The issue of Federal power as opposed to a decreasuuJ
State residual power was not strong enough to silence it. J
jn. Declaring that B'nai B'rith waa pledged to rectify J"J3
differences among races and religions, Senator Sm,t ,1^1
the hope for its continued work in this area of endeavor ^
it with the need to alert all mankind to the dangers "^ gil
ui, teach us," he said. The bitterly humorous fact is tnai fcg
has long been a proponent of FEPC and civil rights I'P'f.
face of thrs, the Senator's request seemed impossible. ">** ,J
But Senator Smathers must certainly be applauded lJA
lectdal honesty. He clearly refrained from coloring *" of!
make them completely identifiable with those of U* or*j^,f m
addressed And he left much food for thought in the '*L|j|
"Wapollticai opponents who, in BQlftc circles, hfWr
" '- n 11


MAY 29. 195$
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late May Seek
East Survey
ontinued from Page >'*
to the subcommittee that
estoration of a substantial
oi territory, such as Western
is one of the most logical,
id practicable things that can
nr to promote a real solution
Arab refugee problem." He
pggested that funds paid to
Ifugees could come from in-
ly paid to Israel by Germany.
j Reverend Karl Baehr, execu-
Jiroctor of the American
an I'alestine Committee, told
Tnate Subcommittee that re-
|bic opinion has been ex-
that the Arab states do not
[want to solve the Arab ref-
jrohlem but wish to keep the
(live as a political football.
Arab war against the Unit-
Itions decision created not
be Arab refugee problem,
fcrinfi today by UN count
800.000, but made inevitable
Lpansion of the Jewish refu-
oblem. for it made untenable
kition of substantial Jewish
unities in the Arab world,"
fend Baehr said.
pointed out that the Israelis
filling to make compensation
land abandoned by the
efugeei and thus to facilitate
resettlement in Arab lands.
sic reason the Arab refugee
n has not been solved, he
that 'the armistice agree-
are in force, but they are
not only as a necessary
|e toward a signed peace, but
over behind which economic
plitical warfare may be car-
against Israel."
iard Campaigns
Mobile Unit
kmbent Melvin Richard this
kaicl that he seeks re-election
se 1 feel the people of the
)f Miami Beach are not get
ull value for their tax dol-
ncilman Richard has been
cting his campaign with a
public address system and
lomobile in which he urges
nts to stop him and discuss
I pertinent to the councilman-
fction,
I only rally of the campaign
ningo Park, supporters ap-
there included Seymour B.
an, Mayor Shepard Broad,
J. Talianoff, Dr. Herman
p-tnii. Paul Seiderman and Jess
on.
hard has received national
pty as the result of the "lone
j position he took in attempt-
stamp out the racket ele-
|on Miami Beach, as well as
indicate book making opera-
According to his supporters,
tivities have drawn comment
Jew Pearson and Bob Consi-
rnd on numerous occasions by
rime Commission of Greater
National Council
Slates Section
Eiection Here
A special election of section offi-
cers will be held by the Greater
Miami Section of the National
Council of Jewish Women on
Wednesday, June 3rd, 1:30 p.m., at
the Delano Hotel.
The Nominating Committee con-
sists of the Mesdames Stanley My-
ers, chairman, Leo Ackerman, Mor-
ris Burk, Max Dreycr, Joseph Dun-
tov, I. E. Harris, Ted Pritikin, Reu-
ben Rochkind and Herman Wep-
man.
The slate includes the Mesdames
Aaron Kanner, president; Jean
Lehman, Nathaniel Levin and
Monte Selig, vice presidents; Jo-
seph Gleicher, recording secretary;
H. B, Leschel, corresponding sec-
retary; Ruth Guthman, treasurer;
and Irving Kobley, auditor.
The program will include a dis-
cussion on the Dade County-Miami
proposed merger plan. Speakers
will be Daniel Redfern and Abe
Aronovitz.
Hebrew Teachers Meet
The Hebrew Teachers' Associa-
tion of Greater Miami will meet
on Saturday evening, 8:30 p.m.,
at the Miami Beach Jewish Center.
A Nominating Committee will of-
fer its recommendations to be fol-
lowed by election of officers for
the forthcoming year.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 13 HEHKBY GIVEN that
the iiii'l, rMKiii-il, (lrslrlnK to engage in
buHhipxH under the fictitious name of
FRANK EL'S EXQUISITE MNENS.
at 3525 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, in-
tendx to register Hald name with the.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
IRVING FRANKEL,
5/29 6/5-12-19
Excitingly Different Taste! \
Temple Honors Flag
The Pythian Sisters of Roosevelt
Temple No. 33 will hondr the flag
at a meeting on Wednesday, June
3rd, 8 p.m., at 500 SW 17H Ave-
nue. A Flag Day ceremonial will
be presented under the direction
of Mrs. Alvin Stern. Hostesses will
be Rita Weisman, Florence Winer,
Katie Gordon, Eva Schuster, Tillie
Sandier, Past Chief Mildred Kot-
zen and Past Chief Alice Brooks.
Kenrieth Wendell Roth, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Roth, 109
3rd Terrace, Rivo Alto Island,
will be Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
day, May 30th, 10:45 a.m., at
Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi
Leon Kronish will ofiiciate.
Kenneth is a seventh grade
student at Nautilus Junior
High School.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
lundness under the fictitious name of
HISCAYNE REKTAURANT, at 1 Col-
lins Avenue, Miami Beach, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JOSEPH BANOWITZ, Sole Owner
LEONARD KAI.ISH
Attorney for Owner
1001 Dul'onl Building
5/29 8/5-12-19
Miami Office:
153 N.E. 29th St. Phone 82-4731
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MRS. STDNIY WIINTRAUft
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/%/Z ARE pleased and honored to
join with thousands oi Council-
man Harold Turk's Honda in endorsing,
supporting and working lor his re-
election. ___
Mr. Turk's record oi accomplishments
has distinguished him aa an outstand-
ing mayor and Councilman. He has
made invaluable contributions to the
welfare of our community by his pro-
gram of civic planning, promotion of
business and civic betterment
We need his continued unselfish and
experienced service. WE URGE THE
RE-ELECTION OF TURK.
LEVER 14
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"UDAY. MAY 23,,
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Mr. and Mts. Michael M Al-
len are now honeymooning
in Europe. The bride is the
former Mrs. Ann Weiner.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bar-
net Losky. New York. The
wedding took place in the
Empress Hotel on May 10th.
When the couple return, they
wffl reside at 420 West 51st
Street Miami Beech._______
Hebrew Free Loan AJfcrir
The Greater Miami Hebrew Free
-. AociaUor. :> >pvnsoring a
boat nde on Sunday. May 31>t. at
4 30 p.m The Dream Boat will
leave from Pier 10. City Yacht Ba-
:r. lr. chart* of tickets are Mr-
1 iHti -. Isidore SchwarU and
lira Anna Block
Honeymooning in California
are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ran-
dolph Pathman. The bride is
the farmer lane Eton Jafie.
daughter of Mrs. Louis Pixitr.
Mr. Pathman is the son of the
Henry Pathmans, 4545 Nau-
tilus Court Miami Beach. The
wedding took place in the
Fairmont Club in Birming-
ham. Alabama, on May 3rd.
On their return, the couple
will reside in Surfside Beach.
Saturday morning services at the Miami Beach Jewish Center
were conducted last week by (left to right) Harold Shapiro.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman pnd Frank Gordon. Shapiro is com-
mander of the Miami Beach Post of the Jewish War Veterans,
and Gordon is senior vice commander. The services were
dedicated to Jewish soldiers who have fallen in battle._______
Durbrow Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Pearl
Durbrow. formerly of 2501 S.W.
24th Avenue, will take place Sun-
day. May 31st. 130 p.m.. at Mt.
Nebo Cemetery. *"th Rabbi Morris
'.Skop officiating. Mrs. Durbrow is
survived by her husband. Isidore,
one daughter. Mrs. Lillian White.
land one son. Arrangements are in
charge of Thurmond Monument
Company Friends and relatives
are asked to attend.
Beth Tfilah Boatride
The Sisterhood of Beth Tfilah
Congregation will hold a boar ride
on the Seven Sea* this Sunday at
5 p.m. In charge of tickets is Mrs.
Rachel Katr president.
Hialeah Closing Exercises
Closing exercises of the Hialeah-
Miami Springs Religious School
will be held on Sunday morning
Sukloff Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
t to the memory of the late Norman
j Sukloff, formerly of 825 Washing
i ton Avenue. Miami Beach, will take
! place Sunday. May 31st. 10 a.m.. at
! Mt. Nebo Cemetery", with Rabbi
| Moses" Mescheloff officiating. Mr.
Sukloff is survived by three sons.
.Louis, of Toronto, Canada, Wil-
liam, of Baltimore. Md.. and Frank
Sutton. of Miami Beach; also one
sister, Mrs. Fannie Green, of Mon-
treal, Canada. Arrangements are
in charge of Thurmond Monument
Company. Friends and relatives
are asked to attend.
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Max Shapiro will officiate.
The Bar Mitzvah is a i
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lor High School He will |
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the serv ice Dr. and Mn I
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IY, MAY 29, 1953
tor Kempers On
ihbcan Cruise
la double ring candlelight
ony at the Monte Carlo Ho-
May 24th, Miss Claire Joan
|man, daughter of Mr. and
Herman Kellerman, 4401
Bay Road, Miami Beach, be-
Ithc bride of Victor Kemper,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kem-
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try
Personally Speakinf .. .
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Mrs. Victor Ktmptr
I'hoto by Ardmore
Treacy Avenue, Newark,
Jersey. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
bfficiated.
I of honor was Arlene Greer.
Gordon acted as best man.
naids were Pat Robinson
|o>ce Sabhah. Ushers were
Ross and Al Hirsch.
bride selected a ballerina-
; gown of imported chantilly
[lace, with scooped neckline
ed by seed pearls, bouffant
fnd matching lace gloves.
French illusion fingertip-
veil was attached to a pill-
f matching lace and seed
She carried white orchids
Bible. Her only piece of
& was a strand of pearls, a
. the groom.
lattend the University of Mi-
nd is a member of Phi Sigma
1 Sorority. Mr. Kemper was
Bed from Seton Hall.
Ir a reception and dinner at
pnte Carlo Hotel, the couple
a Caribbean cruise,
pi Hollywood
|ter Men's Club
J first meeting of the Men's
Jot the Hollywood Jewish
pmity Center was held-Mon-
jening, with George Green-
lacting as temporary chair-
b were made for a full pro-
lof both social and cultural
Bes and call for air condition
^e main auditorium of the
and sponsoring of youth
i in varied athletic programs.
flings will be held the first
frd Mondays of each month,
pg to Greenfield.
Rose Shapiro and William Sha-
piro, attorney of Milwaukee Wis
consin are visiting their brother,
Harold Shapiro, of Miami Beach.
* ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Harris J. Glantz, of
^ k.!?v and Miami- enounce
feJK f their dau8hler'
Kochelle Lynn, on May 4th The
! new arrival is the granddaughter
of Mr and Mrs. Milton Klein, of
I Coral Gables, and Mr. and Mrs.
Morns Glantz, Miami Beach Mrs
Glantz is the former Sonya Riva^
of the Sonya Riva School of Dance
Arts. Both mother and baby are
now at home at 5674 SW 5th Street
Miami.
ft ft ft
Dr. and Mrs. Jack J. Falk, of
Miami Beach, announce the birth
of their grandaughter, Elise Robin
to Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm M. Rosen-
berg, of Roanoke, Virginia, on May
; 6th. Mrs. Rosenberg is the former
Ruthe Falk.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. A. Finley Binder,
of Washington, DC, announce the
birth of a daughter on Wednesday.
Mrs. Binder is the former Ray
Shochet.
ft ft ft
Kneseth Israel Congregation hon-
ored its vice president, Abraham
Finestone, at a special meeting and
party Wednesday evening. Saul
Meringoff, president of the congre-
gation, emphasized Finestone's
work* in behalf of Kneseth Israel
and presented the vice president
with a gift.
ir ir it
Among the early reservations for
season tables at the Miami Beach
pop concerts by the University of
Miami Summer Symphony Orches-
tra, with John Bitter conducting
are Mr. and Mrs. George Bertman,
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Bloch, Mr.
and Mrs. W. P. Davis, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Duntov, Mr. and Mrs. War-
ren Freeman, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
D. Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. A. Jud-
son Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel W.
Howell, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Jack-
son, Mr. and Mrs. Milton B. Jac-
obson, Dr. and Mrs. S. B. Klein-
man, Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Knowles,
Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Lev, Mrs.
Margaret MacKay, Mr. Charles
Minov, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Miller,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Nelson, Dr.
and Mrs. Julius Pearson, Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Pick, Mr. and Mrs.
Claude A. Renshaw, Mrs. Linda
Spitalnik and Dr. and Mrs. Franz
Stewart.
ft ft ft
Reverend and Mrs. George Gold-
berg announce the birth of their
first grandson, Earl Howell, to Mr.
and Mrs. Eugene Paul Goldberg, of
Providence, Rhode Island. Mrs.
George Goldberg has just returned
form an extended visit to Provi-
dence, where Eugene is complet-
ing work toward his PhD degree.
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Blaustein, of
Miami, are maternal grandparents.
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(I'd. Political Adv.)
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin D. Wolf Jr
of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, an-
rh-ir* th,C- birth of their fourth
child, Andrew David, on May 12th
Mrs. Wolf is the former Florence
Cromer, of Miami. Mrs: Daniel C.
Cromer, pioneer Jjflamian and ma-
ternal grandmother, left for Pitts-
25? *? g,eet her ninth grand-
child. She will return here in the
Fall.
ft ft ft
Dr. and Mrs. Elliott C. Cohen
and daughter, Kyle Ivy. recently
returned to Miami afUr an absence
of two years during which Dr. Co-
hen served as a captain with the
United States Army Medical Corps
in the Caribbean. The trip was
made from Puerto Rico via New
York on the USS Upshur.
ft ft ft
Off to Cleveland Heights, Ohio,
to visit their children are Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Friedman, of 1120 SW
13th Court, Miami.
ft. ft' ft
Mrs. Joseph M. Rose has been
named Sisterhood Woman Of The
Tear during recent ceremonies of
the Miami Beach Jewish Center
Sisterhood. Mrs. Rose was cited
for her activities as life member-
ship chairman, patron chairman for
the Sisterhood's Robert Merrill
Concert and Sisterhood past presi-
dent.
ir ir ir
Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham Danzig,
of Congregation Tifereth Israel,
Kansas City, Missouri, are visiting
Mrs. Danzig's sister and brother-in-
law, Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Karger,
2962 SW 2nd Street. They will be
present at their son Burton's Bar
Mitzvah on June 6th, at Beth El
Congregation.
ft ft ft
Cantor and Mrs. David Silver-
man, of 7300 Byron Avenue, an-
nounce the birth of their daugh-
ter, Susan Ellen, at Jackson Memo-
rial Hospital on May 23rd. Susan
Ellen joins her six-year-old brother,
Danny. Grandparents are Cantor
Benjamin Silverman, of Chicago,
and Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Cohen, of
Minneapolis.
Miss Jeanne Yantes Selects Chantillv
Lace, Taffeta For Candlelight Rites*
In a double ring candlelight ceremony at the Monte Carlo Hotel
on May 23rd, Miss Jeanne Claire Yantes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Maurice Yantes, 401 West 30th Street, became the bride of Milton
Samuels, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Samuels, 2150 Park Avenue Rabbi'
Leon Kronish officiated.
,., B*t man was Wvn Samuels. Ushers were Harry Smith and Allan
Wilson. Mrs. James Abeshaus, of
Cranston, Rhode Island, was ma-
tron of honor.
The bride selected a gown of
imported chantilly lace over white
taffeta fashioned with a figure-
molding bodice, Peter Pan collar
and long point-on-hand sleeves. An
over-skirt of lace cut in points ex-
tended midway into the circular
bouffant skirt of nylon tulle in
waltz-length.
The bridal veil of silk French
illusion was held by a- cloche cap
in the matching lace. She carried
white orchids on a Bible.
Newlywed Mrs. Samuels was
graduated from New Bedford High
School and attended the Univer-
sity of Miami. The groom was grad-
uated from Miami Beach High
School and the University of Mi-
ami. He is a Mason and member
of the American Legion.
After a reception and dinner
at the Monte Carlo Hotel, the
couple left by plane for Nassau .
and Havana. They will live in Mi-
ami Beach.
Mrs. Milton Samuels
Photo by Ardmore
Jack Herskowitz
Bar Mitzvah Here
Jack Louis Herskowitz, son of
Mr .and Mrs. Harry Herskowitz,
2120 SW 11th Street, will become
Bar Mitzvah tomorrow morning,
May 30th, at the Beth El Congre-
gation. Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky
will officiate.
The Bar Mitzvah is a seventh
grade student at Shenandoah Jun-
ior High School and attends the
Beth El Religious School.
A reception will follow in his
honor on Saturday evening at the
Saxony HoteL Among out-of-town
guests will be Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Neuman, of New York, maternal
grandparents, and Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Neuman, Philadelphia, uncle
and aunt.
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)lain Holds Shavuoth
ice In Frigid Alaska
|uin Edwin Sehoffman dentally, I now have a round dozen
[Lieutenant, USAF j of these religious marriage certifi-
We had a Jewish wed- j cates, and the female situation be
lone day last month and,
Dy other events that are
be back home, it turned
bne of those big, memor-
itji^wi,^
MIAMI. FLORIDA
FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1953
SEC. B
ing what it is up here, I predkl
they'll last a good five years.

thing, it was. to my
, the first all-Jewish mil-
ping in Alaska, the pra-
ng Second Lieutenant
(er, of Los Angeles, a
5th Hospital, and-Sec-
enant Joseph Strahs, of
[a jet plane radar-observ-
off, we had to construct
We built two stands
trith base supports, cov-
Hth a canopy of chicken
then turned it over to
rceful ministrations of a
Ho, intertwining ferns,
I flowers and draping the
green gauze, did a gor-
\h Then, inevitably, I
0ss a portable chuppah
cessor, Chaplain Freed-
been using!
jpel, specially decorated,
[a white runner down the
looked really beautiful,
were in formal uniform,
in white (she having, for
fcent, put aside her lieu-
funifonn). The ceremony
pie. the "charge" short,
all there hovered an un-
ilc air of sweetness and
chanted all the Hebrew,
tea translation and ex-
since half of the at-
were non-Jewish, it add-
jy to the occasion for all
exactly what was going
Irything was fine, except
Iketubot hadn't arrived in
we bad to dispense with
Redding got big write-ups
ures in the papers and ev-
iras happy. The only thing
the ketubot did arrive, T
Imake it retroactive. Inci-
Shavuoth has come and gone. 11
was a nice holiday, bringing with
it cheer and spiritual warmth. To
begin with, I issued a mimeograph-
ed newsletter dealing with the
Yom Tov. Then I made up five
large Shavuoth gift parcels and
mailed them to Jewish personnel
at stations I would not be able to
visit during the month. They con-
tained lots of useful items, as well
as food, that the boys in the bar-
racks greatly appreciated.
At Ladd and Eielson. which I
visited, the Shavuoth celebrations
were fine and enjoyable. Here at
Elmendorf, our Tuesday night club
devoted its meeting to a discussion
of Shavuoth. I also conducted a
Shavuoth service at Kodiak. The
Shavuoth service here, at Elmen-
dorf, was the best-attended relig-
ious event since the High Holy
days. Well over a hundred people
showed up for it, representing bet-
ter than one-third of the Jewish
population in the entire area. My
reading of the service was accom-
panied by much noise and merry-
making, and afterward there was
the gay distribution of gifts. All
in all, amemorable event, tradition-
ally celebrated here, so far remov-
ed from the mainstream of Jewish
life.
ADL Report Reveals Pattern Of
Discrimination In Florida Hotels
Discrimination against Jews in Florida resorts outside of the Mi-1 In addition, a spot check of 88
e^aternr.rt^enft^ ^Sl^S^SSl PaUern f reSOrt and real Fort Laurferdale resort establish-
estate practices of any state in the Union, it was revealed here in a
survey made public by George J. Talianoff, chairman of the Florida
Executive Committee of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai BTith.
The state-wide Florida survey" of 809 resort hotels and real estate
agencies showed that Jewish appli-
>
Exhibit Remains Open
The exhibit of 34 Jewish artists
which has been on view at the Sea
Isle Gallery of Contemporary Art,
3100 Collins Avenue, will remain
open for an extra week, closing
June 1st. The exhibit is sponsor-
ed by the Bureau of Jewjsb Edu-
cation and the Congress for Jew-
ish Culture.
cants were acceptable in only 28
percent of the cases. Non-Jews ap-
plying for accommodations in the
same hotels showed an acceptance
rate of 62 percent.
Aside from these specific figures
revealed by the survey, investiga-
tion of the policies of hotels and
real estate agencies show that
many stated boldly that they cater-
ed only to Gentiles. Others used
stock euphemisms such as "restrict-
ed clientele" and "selected clien-
tele" to. indicate their policy that
no Jews were wanted.
"We are making the facts of the
League's survey public in accord-
ance with the League's program,
which is based on the realization
that bigotry directed against any
single group in this country hurts
all Americans," Talianoff said.
"The practice of setting up group
or religious qualifications for ad-
mission to public accommoda-
tions." he declared, "establishes a
social pattern directly opposed to
tne democratic concepts on which
the American way of life is based.
This undemocratic pattern not only
forces minority groups into 'ghet-
toes' of their own but results in
self-created 'ghettoes' for the so-
called dominant elements in the
population on a purely artificial
basis."
Talianoff pointed out that resort
discrimination In time would have
an adverse effect on Florida's vital
tourist industry. He asserted also
that the State has a moral obliga-
tion to see that the situation is
corrected.
"The flagrant display of discrim-
ination," he said, "cannot help but
make a lasting impression on the
millions of visitors from all parts
of the nation, many of whom come
to feel that prejudice and bigotry
are an accepted part of the Florida
scene."
Some resorts went out of their
way to add insult to injury. One
hotel wrote that it followed a re-
ments revealed that 73 displayed '
discriminatory outdoor signs such
as "Restricted Clientele," "Select-
ed Clientele," etc.
In Delray Beach, a community
which openly boasts of being "the
only city on the East Coast fally
restricted to Gentiles," Jewish ap-
plicants have virtually no chance
of being accepted, the League re-
ports. Half of the replies received
by the individual with a "Jewish"
name contained categorical dis-
criminatory statements while the
remainder used subtle phraseology
indicating that Jewish guests were
not welcome.
While all attempts to change tHe
discriminatory pattern in Fort
Lauderdale and Delray Beach have
stricted policy with regard to "pets,
children under 12 years of age and j failed, marked gains^ have J>een
the Hebrew Religion." Another ad-
vised that, "We have most denom-
inations of churches with the ex-
ception of Jewish Synagogues,"
while a prominent realtor assured
prospective clients that "We do
not sell property to Miami Beach
elements or their cousins from
Brooklyn."
The survey, prepared jointly by
Alexander F. Miller, director of the
League's Southern office, Gilbert
i J. Balkin, director of the League's
Florida Regional office, and Louis
Krapln, director of the National
made in other Florida communi-
ties. The League's survey shows
that in St. Petersburg, where wide-
spread discrimination formerly ex-
isted, the Jewish applicant had an
acceptance rate of 9 percent as a
result of an educational campaign
initiated by the League in cooper-
ation with civic and religious lead-
ers.
The League cited Miami Beach
as an even more impressive exam-
ple of the results which can be
achieved by the determined efforts
of an enlightened citizenry. In
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Discrimination-Department, show! 1945, a number of Miami Beach
ed that resort discrimination fol-
lows a distinct geographical pat-
tern. Almost every resort center
on Florida's East and West Coast
has establishments which exclude
Jews while the Central and North-
ern areas of the State show com-
paratively little discrimination.
Discrimination was particularly
acute, the study showed, in two
Florida communities Fort Laud-
erdale and Delray Beach. 56 per-
cent of the hotels in Fort Lauder-
dale indicated discrimination
against Jews in replies to requests
for reservations with an additional
4 percent "using language which
might be construed as discrimina-
tory (as, for example, the phrase-
ology "near churches").
hotels still displayed signs reading
"Gentiles Only" and "Restricted
Clientele." World Warn veterans
and other interested citizens per-
suaded some local hotel owners to
abandon their discriminatory prac-
tices. Others remained adamant
but following the enactment of an
Anti Discriminatory Advertising
Ordinance by the City Council in
1949. the remaining discriminatory
signs were removed.
The League reports that a simi-
lar ordinance was also highly ef-
fective in the neighboring com-
munity of Surfside and that no
discriminatory signs have been dis-
played by its hotels and apartment
houses since the law was passed in
1051.
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The citirens of Israel, with the assistance of investment cap-
Jaf deiTeTfrom the State of Israel Bond Issue *
urinq the agricultural implements that will help them wm
economicindependence. Here are two workers at a factory
Tupped by IsTael Bonds making a blade ^ a reaptog m*
6S pe'cint of Israel's total agricultural need, are bemg met
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UM Pop Concerts To Open Summer
Season June 21st: List Varied Fare
Summer pop concerts, music for eight. All tables will be reserved
everyone to enjoy, will be the fare on tin main floor. Seventy unre-
this coming summer for Greater j served chairs are scheduled for the
Miami and its guests '
, NEW YORK00^,
M'* Beach *^
The season,} lower floor. The remainder of the j been named to th,
extended to ten concerts, will be house, balcony and dress circle, I tors of the a 'H,i|
given at the air conditioned Miami will be unreserved. | An>ericai! j^a
Beach Auditorium by the Univer- In addition to the June 21st pro- j?
sitv of Miami Summer Symphony j gram, the artists arc as follows: ... V'rganiza*ion ij
orrh^tra with John Bnter. music i Ruth Ponselt. violinist. June 2h mance f tedm,
Orchestra, with John Biiter, music Ruth Ponselt, violinist. June 28th. '
John Bitter; Giulio Gari. tenor l-Jct
July 5th. John Bitter: Jesus Maria I '^
director.
Mr. Bitter will conduct six of the
ten concerts. There will be two \ Sanroma. pianist. July 12th, John' ann *"' accord'ng to
guest conductors. Modeste Aloo j Bitter; Roberts and Walker, of the! R!hhCe,mt.m'
and Izler Solomon, who appeared Doyly Carte Opera. July 19th, John th<1 ? k ""**" |
here last summer The concerts Bitter. i ~^V'b Inswtute <*
Margaret Stern. pianist._ July "f 2^*,
Judge Harold Spaet. rice president. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers,
president and Herbert Scher. vice president, of the Jewish
Social Service Bureau, examine a report of the year's achieve-
ments prior to the JSSB 33rd annual meetinq on June 7th.
JSSB Slates 33rd Annual Meeting For
June 7th; To View New Role Of Agency
The Jewish Social Service Bureau will hold its 33rd annual meeting
en Sunday morning. June 7th. in the Starlight Room of the Biscayne
Terrace Hotel Highlighting the program will be a puppet show. Seeing
Is Believing portraying modern casework in action.
"As Greater Miami has grown and changed, the Jewish Social
Service Bureau, oldest private voluntary personal service agency in
the community has kept pace with ---------------------------------------------
at 8 p.m.. instead of 8:30, Margaret Stern, pianist. July D,hL, rec*lvl t
to Mrs. Marie Volpe, 28th. Modeste Aloo: trier Sohnnon. 1^,"' and *** of 1
will be
according
manager ,-----. .
The first concert, on June 21st, j ist August 9th. huer Solomon; Ora in ^ TcmP|< S
will feature pianist Jorge Bolet. in, Rottenberg. pianist. August 16th. I takin !?** -
works by Rachmaninoff, and Bar- huer Solomon: and Jean Bedetti, .ver. t*e I***
bara Gibson, coloratura soprano. 'cellist, and Shirlee Emmons, so-
There will be ISO tables, seating. prano, August 23rd, John Bitter
August 2dd; Joyce Flissler. violin ,*"; a fie *rri ^
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Beach Jewish Center!
this growth, adapting itself to new
and changing needs." according to
Stanley C Myers, president
\ :j puppets, a new roie of the
r.ey will be made clear, accord
la Mr- M>ers. that of a coun-
-.g center for Jewish fan-.:
iBerascttsJ percentage of the
- vork has been in the area
u! and parent-child counsel
Presiweal | i the pat tw* years.
*ill discuss the new
of JSSB here "Those who
have followed the agency's prog-
>he said this week, "will re-
that in addition to creating a
counseling service for the Jewish
community geared to a Jewish phi I
mittee. which has been chaired by
Mrs Aaron Farr. will be present-
ed to the meeting. The committee
is continuing its practice of ro-
tating members so that additional
leadership can serve on the Board
Proposed new members are Mrs.
Seymour Liebman. Mr? Alexander
Robbins. Mrs Sam Silver. Jerome
Stern. David Stuzin. Mrs. Harry
- and Mrs Moe Feingold.
Members of the Board being pre-
sented for reelection are R W.I
hams Apte. Mrs Leonard Beldner.
Mrs. Aaron Farr. Leon Kaplan.;
Mr- Nathaniel Levin and Bernard
Pallant
The meeting will be in the form
ol a Sunday morning brunch.
osopfay and culture, the Jewish So-
cial Service Bureau has developed mm ,, t xr j i_
cooperative semces with the^ew MKnni J1""0' Hadassah
rsh Home for the Aged, Greater. Plans Sunday Dance
Miami Jewish Community Center
and the Council of Jewish Women s
Sheltered Workshop Members of
the organization wui be particular-
ly interested us learning about the
newty mounted fee system which
permits these who can. to pay for
the rniwtrng service received."
Annual donor and installation
luncheon was held by the Miami
Unit of Junior Hadassah on Sun-
day at the Sorrento Hotel Jo-Ann
Shier, former membership chair-'
man. was in charge of the affair
Elaine Waif son. newly elected
president, was installed by Elaine
New members of the Board being c~v. t^~~___ i ,, .
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Hadassah and member of the Mi-
ami Unit. Others installed were
Ona Kaplan. Elaine Schwartzman
and Wilma Shulman. vice presi-
dents Ruthe Dixon. recording sec-
retary: Helene Bochner. corres-
ponding secretary: and De lores
Pearl, treasury.-
AbTaham S. Hyman. farmer
general counsel of the United
States War Crimes Commis-
sion and advisor on Jewish
Affairs to Generals McCloy
and Keyes in Germany and
Austria, has been named ad-
ministrative director of the
World Jewish Congress. He
will coordinate the activities
of the three branches of the
WJC executive in the Western
Hemisphere, Europe and Is-
rael and supervise the ad-
ministrative functioning of the
world-wide Jewish agency
with which Jewish commun-
ities in more than 60 countries
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The Men"s Club of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center will bold iU
first annual summer dance cruise
Sunday night. May 31st. at 8:30
p.m.
Irving Cypen. president of the
group, said that over 100 members
will embark on Pier 6. Miami
Yacht Basin. Committee members
are headed by Sam Katz- and in-
clude Harry Smith. Al Ossip. Alan
Goldberg. Irving Shatzman and Bill
Click
The Seminole Queen will be the
cite of the dance cruise.
Zamora W<
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of the National CotaJJ
Women, installed offij
Zamora Jewish Center |
last Sunday evening. I
New officers are tbel
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,win. cultural vice
ham Lauren, fond
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Leiberman. youth rwi
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irnor McCarty Named Honorary
jrrnan Of BIG Day June 14th
ernor Dan McCarty has accepted honorary chairmanship for
the State of Israel Bond Organization, it was revealed here
boll conferring the honor will be presented at the Bond dinner
gd in the Saxony Hotel on Sunday evening. Guest of honor will
;x>uis Glasser, who has Just
from Israel. Speaker will
ken Dafni, of the Israel
lAffairs Ministry,
jertrude Jacobs, arrange-
lairman, reported that this
first time the honor had
nferred on a Governor of
although several other
across the United States
iusiness Leaders
Endorse Frank In
Joint Statement
Business and civic leaders of
Miami Beach who have personally
endorsed and are giving their act-
ive support to the re-election of
Councilman Bernard A. Frank in-
clude Leonard L. Abess. Charles L.
Clements, Reba Engler Daner, Mrs.
Milton Feller, Baron De Hirsch
Meyer, S. J. Ha 1 perin. Seymour
Liebman, Max Orovitz, Mrs. Mil-
.(iii Sirkin, Dr. Barney Weinkle and
Harry Zukernick, according to an
announcement this week.
In a joint statement here, they
Olga llihor Storm
Heard En RecittU
Olga Bibor Stern presented her
pupils in a third annual piano re-
ntal Sunday at
he home of Mr.
md Mrs. Louis
5. Goldman, 4485
Jorth Jefferson
Vvenue.
Mrs. Stern has
iccompanied nu-
I lerous outstand-
4 rig artists from
Mrs. Sttrm
he Metropolitan
and Chicago Op-
e r a companies.
In addition, she played command
performances at the White House,
said that "Frank fulfilled the i as weil as in New York's Carnegie
pledges of his election campaign and Town Halls.
William 0. Sinfer
ter Ben-Gurion, during her stay.
At the same time it was an-
nounced that there had been a
"satisfactory" response for BIG
Day volunteers as the result of an
appeal issued here by Bernard I.
Binder, commander of BIG Day
campaign which will be held on
Sunday, June 14th.
"We need the help of every pos-
sible worker to canvass the Miami
area," Binder declared. "This is
member of t*>e c^max l*ie Spring campaign
. !for the Israel Bond organization,
the women s delegation whose visit
Governor Don McCarty
Singer who has been closely asso-
ciated with Governor McCarty in
the past.
Mrs. Glasser will report on her
intensive three-week tour of key
centers in Israel as
was sponsored by the Bond organ-
ization. Her visit coincided with
celebrations marking the Fifth An-
niversary of Israel during which
she met with Jewish State lead-
ers, including Prime David Minis-
Reoven Mml
en named honorary chair-
iting the scroll on behalf
(Governor, who will be un-
attend the dinner because
illness, will be William
Miami Chapter Of
Children's Home
Will Install Officers
Greater Miami Chapter, National
Home for Jewish Children at Den-
ver will install officers at a meet-
ing on June 22nd, noon, in the Bis
cayne Terrace Hotel.
Mrs. Ruth Kalter, national trus-
tee, will act as installing officer.
Assuming the post of president
will be Mrs. Frances Miller. Oth-
ers are Ruth Gottesman, vice presi-
dent; Ruth Kane, treasurer; Evelyn
Jay, financial secretary; Freda
Strelitz, recording secretary; and
Adele Handelman, corresponding
secretary.
Mrs. Betty Cole is chairman of
the affair.
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and the investment capital is vital-
ly needed to help the economy of
Israel."
He urged that every man and
woman available participate in the
campaign on Sunday, June 14th.
The cross-country, one-day effort is
being staged to help ease the eco-
nomic crisis in Israel.
Mrs. Manuel Burstein will be
chairman of BIG Day in Miami
Binder reported. A pro-BIG Day
rally-meeting for all campaign
workers will be held in the Royal
Palm Hotel on Sunday, June 7th.
It is also planned that a kick off
breakfast will be held on the Beach
and in Miami to start the cam-
paign, Sunday, June 14th.
two years ago, that he has served
the office of councilman with dig-
nity and honor and that he has
been non-partisan in the adminis-
tration of his duties."
Frank proposed and helped allo-
cate city funds that will benefit
every section of Miami Beach, they
added.
Major pledges of Frank's re-elec-
tion platform are to do everything
in his power to help erect a new
junior-senior high school in the
North Beach area, to exert every
effort to bring about greater and
more adequate year-around police
protection and to beautify Wash-
ington Avenue.
Frank will stage the first major
rally of his re-election campaign
Saturday night, May 30th, 8:30
p.m., at Flamingo Park. Another
rally will be held Sunday at the
Washington Avenue and Second
Street Park at 8:30 p.m.
Tonight, at 10:55 p.m., Frank
will answer questions to all Miami
Beach voters over television sta-
tion WTVJ.
Mrs. Stern is accompanist for the
Hadassah Choral Group in Greater
Miami.
1
To Install Officers
Of Israelite PTA
Sol Koenigsberg was elected
president of the Israelite Center
PTA. He succeeds Mrs. Phil Bar-
ocas.
Others elected to serve are Mrs.
Al Bart, vice president; Mrs. Paul-
ine Frelich, recording secretary;
Mrs. Leonard Kaplan, correspond-
ing secertary; and Hy Gorsetman,
treasurer.
Board members include Murray
Park, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Gold-
berg, Mrs. Joseph Goodman and
Sam Sandier.
Installation of officers will be on
Sunday, 7:30 p.m., at the Center,
with Mrs. Barocas acting as chair-
man. Rabbi Morton Malavsky, spir-
itual leader, will be installing of-
ficer.
Mrs. Edna Rosen Heads
Miami's Chicago Club
Mrs. Edna Rosen now heads the
Chicago Club of Greater Miami as
president. She was installed at
ceremonies Sunday in the Sorrento
Hotel by former United States
Senator Claude Pepper.
Others are Maury Cohen, 1st vice
president; Irving Schatzman, 2nd
vice president; Mrs. Bertie Klinger,
3rd vice president; Miss Clara
Levy, treasurer; Mrs. Pearl Schan-
feld, recording secretary-
Abe J. Tunick, financial secre-
tary; Mrs. Bonnie Sackheim, cor-
responding secretary; a"d Nate
Jotie, chairman of the Board.
HUM) (UCa
In Memoriam Gift
For Rabbi Honig
Members of the Association of
Florida Rabbis converged Tuesday
at the Hollywood Public Library
where city officials received a me-
morial set of ten volumes of the
Jewish Encyclopedia.
The presentation was made by
the Greater Miami Rabbinical As-
sociation in memory of Rabbi Jacob
Honig who served at the Hollywood
Jewish Center. Dr. Jacob H. Kap-
lan, dean of Florida Rabbis, Rab-
bi Moses Mescheloff, president of
the Association, and Rabbis Mor-
ris Skop, Leon Kronish, Max Sha-
piro and Irving Lehrman partici-
pated.
Mrs. Bernice Honig, widow of the
recently deceased Rabbi, and her
two sons accepted the gift for the
Hollywood Public Library- Rabbi
Honig was an active worker in
Hollywood civic and spiritual af-
fairs.
Lively Arts Group Slates
Talk. Peretz Reading
Friends of the Seven Lively Arts,
124 11th Street, Miami Beach, will
present Professor Sam Hirsch, di-
rector and star of the recent UM
production. King Lear, in an analy-
sis and review of arena theatre.
Buntche Shweig, by Isaac Loeb
Perez, is also scheduled for a dra-
matic reading by Chaim Rose,
chairman, on May 31st, at 8 p.m.
ficer.
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at 8
p.m., dedicated to graduates of
Greater Miami's high schools. Rab-
bi Max Shapiro will officiate, as-
sisted by Cantor Maurice Mamcbes
and the Beth David Student Choir.
Olin Webb, principal of Miami
Senior High School, will be guest
speaker. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 9 a.m., when the Bar
Mitzvah of Philip, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Spero, will take place.
Floral offerings will be by the
Speros. Mincha is at 6:15 p.m., fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos.

TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold
8:15
be at 6 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seudos. Junior services are in the
Academy Hall at 10 a.m. Jack Lou-
is Herskowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Herskowitz, 2120 SW 11th
Street, will become Bar Mitzvah
during the Saturday morning sen-
ice.

HOLLYWOOD JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER will hold Friday
evening services at 8:30 p.m.. with
Rabbi David Shapiro officiating
and discussing: The Tongue Of;
The Prophet. Kiddush will be re-1
cited by Neil Ramo. Cantor Joseph [
Friday evening services at {w Malek will render the musical,
p.m., honoring graduates of j portions of the service. Mr and
Greater Miami'*
Synagogue Directory
Asudstn IsraelRabbi Isaac Ever, Or-
thodox. SX5 78th St., Miami Beach.
Bath David Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Conservative, ttii SW Ird Ave
Miami.
Beth ElDr. Shmaryabu Swlrsky. Or-
thodox, Wo 8W 17th Ave., Miami.
Bath JacobRabbi Hows Meechetoff.
orthodox. 201-111 Wash. A., M.B.
Bath SfcetemRabbi Leon Kronlsh.
Liberal. 4144 One* Ave.. M.B.
Bath TfflahRabbi Joseph Rackov-
aky. Orthodox. MS Euclid Ace., Mi-
ami Beach.
Coral Gables Rabbi Morris Skop. Lib-
eral. SZ Palermo Are, C. Gablea
Downtown SynagogueOrthodox, ltt
KW rd Ave.. Miami.
Flaolor-GranadaSO NW list Place.
Miami.
Hebrew Academy Rabbi Alexander
Gross, Orthodox. 1S th 8t MB
Hialeah-Miami Springa Reverend
Leo Helm. Conservative, Ml E. 4th
Are.. Htalesh
Hollywood Conaerratlve. S0S0 Polk
St Hollywood.
Israelite Center Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Conservative, 11)1 SW
Miami.
Oblturfe*
JUG. ESTHER ROTHMAN
r i*> sw th .st a,~, T"
She came here
Jl. of 1(20 SW >th St.. died May ,.
She came her* seven years ago from
New York, where services and bISS
Beach Memorial Chapel. Survivor, In.
- *-BhUr. Mr* Rutk .
elude
Miami
Beach.
JOHN ADLER
.2. a retired Jewelry salesman, who
came here seven year, ago from n
York, passed away May loth. Surviv
ing sre a son. John. Jr.. and a arand-
dauirhted. In New York. Service,
were held by Beach Memorial ChauTT
with burial la Mt. Nebo CameS?1*1,
2"*Wt u i "* M
""""nentT' l
Cemetery.
Greater Miami senior high schools" I Mrs. Cecil A. Levinson will spon-1 K^STgXStlHMi& A5eUd" Av?'
Miss Suzanne Goldberg and James *w the Oneg Shabbat. Saturday
Kaufman will speak for the group.! morning services are at 9:30 a.m.
Newly elected officers and trustees Reverend Mordechai Haalman will
of the Temple will be installed by assist the Rabbi. Junior services
Dr. Joseph Narct during the sen-'are at 930 a.m. Daily services are
i scheduled for 9 a.m.
ice.
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-1
ices at 8 15 p.m.. with Rabbi Mor-
ris Skop officiating. Cantor Irving
Miami Beach
Miami BeachRabbi Irvine; Lehrman,
Conservative. 1701 Wash. Ave.. M.B.
Miami Hebrew SchoolRabbi Simon
April. Orthodox. 1101 SW llth Ave..
Miami.
Monticello ParklOcra Street and N*E
llth Avenue. North Mlwiii Beach.
North DadoRabbi Harry Ettlnger,
Conservative. 11(10 W. Dial. High-
way. North MlamL
North ShoreRabbi Mayer Abramo-
witx. Conservative, *I0 75th St.,
Miami Beach.
Temple IsraelI>r Joseph Narot. Re-
form. 117 NK lth St.. Miami.
Tifereth Isrssl KM N. Miami Av.,
Miami
West MiamiRabbi Alfred Waxman.
Conservative. 57ZO SW 17th St.,
Miami
Young Isrssl Orthdox, 4001 Chsse
A vs.. Miami Beach.
ZamoraReverend Rudolf Brill, Con-
servative. 44 Zamora Ave.. Coral
Gablea
MRS. IRMA GOLDBERGER
Jl of 17S HW 24th Ave. died May
21ft after a Ions lUness. The bodv
. "entto New York by Gordon
Funeral Home for services and bur-
ial. Mr* (ioldberger came here about
10 months ago from New York 8ur
vivlng are her husband, Samuel, and
a son In New York.
Mi.SPJi
B
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*re sent .""2_"l
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KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday
morning services at 8.30 a.m. Rab-
Robmson and the Center Choir un- D' Abraham Cassel will preach the
der the direction of Leon Shift will Sabbath sermon. Cantor Abraham
assist. Guest speaker will be Her-; Seif will chant the liturgy. Satur-
bert Gelernter. past president of j ERF evening services are at 6:30
the Center. Saturday morning sen- P-nv Daily services are at 8 a.m..
ices are at 9:30 a.m., when Albert and 6:30 p.m.
Auslander, son of Mr. and Mrs. *
Max Auslander. 3121 SW 68th Ave-
nue, will become Bar Mitzvah. jwill hold Friday evening services
I at 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning' Tbe dedication of a monument
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN- services are at &30 a.m. Mincha to tne memory of the late Harry
TER will hold Friday evening serv- will be at 6:30 p.m. followed by! Dubin. formerly of 3025 NE 8th
ices at 6:30 p.m Saturday morn-, Shalos Seudos. Daily services are'Avenue- *'" take place Sunday.
ing services are at 9 am. and will at 8 am, and at 7 p.m. I Mav 3l5t- 3:3 P". at Mt. Sinai
. I Memorial Park Cemetery, with
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER *"*' Mors Skop officiating. Mr.
will hold Friday evening services Du'n "JZ?t*WSffWE
at 6:30 p.m Saturday morning.?. fn- faster Sgt. Martin, of the
services are at 9 am. Mincha will TL S AJm>: and, four daughters,
be at 6 p.m.. followed by a talk! ^.f; Mar,ene- **"*" "d Lilban,
iRAEL SYNACsCKJUE r^j,^ Unvei]in
venine services wsbbsbsbj
be dedicated to 1953 graduates of
Miami Beach Senior High School.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will offici
ate and discuss: All In The Name
Of Tomorrow. Greetings will be
extended by Irvin Katz. principal
of the high school. Cantor David on Ethics Of Our Fathers by Rabbi
Silverman will render the musical Alfred Waxman
portion of the liturgy. Mincha is l
at 5:30 p.m., followed by Shalos!
Seudos in honor of Morris Cohen.
house chairman of tbe Center.
THE HEBREW ACADEMY will
j hold Friday evening services at
6:30 p.m. Saturday morning serv-.
Daily services are in the chapel at,' ices are at 9 am., with Rabbi Al -------I-------------------
exander S. Gross officiating andTcmnen Unveiling
of Miami: also one brother. Mor-
ris. Mr. Dubin was a veteran of
World War I. Arrangements arc
in charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend.
-. ,fJENJAM,N EDELMAN
J-U7i 8W= 22nd Ter -"*< >
hut Friday. Services were held Sun-
day In Gordon Funeral Home, with
burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Mr
Kdelman came here four years ago
from New York, where he had retired
* retail clothing salesman. Sur-
viving are his wife. Minnie, and a
daughter. Mrs. Harriet Grey.
. CMAWLEB PAUL POLOAAR
4. of 10 NE 24th St died lsst Fri-
day at bis home. Mr. I'olgaar ha moved here six years ago from Holly-
wood, Calif. Surviving are his wife
Ann; a daughter. Mrs. Margaret Hoff-
man, and two grandchildren Serv-
ices were held Monday in Gordon Fun-
eral Home. Burial took place In Mt
Nebo Cemetery_.
MRS. SHIRLEY ZWICKER
45, of SIS NK 7th St., died Friday
In a local convalescent home. Serv-
ice, were held Sunday In the Miami
Chapel of Gordon's Funeral Hume
with burial In Mt. Nebo Cem.terv.
Mrs. Zwlcker, who came here 14 years
ago from New York, leaves her hus-
band. Jack; three brothers, and four
sisters.
ALBERT COOK
72, of 22H HW 5th St.. died Saturday
at his home. Florida representative
of Dwlnnel Wright Co., Boston coffee
distributors, he came from Boston six
year. ago. He was a Mason. Shriner
and member of the Grotto. He leaves
bis wife. Vyvyan; a daughter, V> \ -
yan Carrol Cook: two hrothera and
four sisters. Including Mrs. Frances
Roeensteln. Miami. Local arrange-
ment, were in charge of Cordon s
Funeral Home. Services and burial
took place in Boston.
**.y zist.'
even y(
husband. s.mut
husband. Max L
fate Sr*.
by the Miami
SO, of
New T
LEE J.
Is survived by hU
two brothert. IrvC
a Mater. Mr. RaJy*
were in New York, c.iyi
with Riverride CbsiS'3
of service, and h^^
ANNA DORR
z*. formerly of i
rrive, ia] .,_;
Sinai 1!
vlved 1.;. bet husta
sii.ter. Mr- I.iht,,-a,
and M. holes s.mw. JWsl
terment to.* pa<., ,, J(
plot ..f ijr^.eUnd Meassr"
with Kal.l.i J-n*ph |
ing. Barvieea were
I-le '"hapel, M
ISAAC HIRSCMHORN
7. of 2M SW 20th Ave died Satur-
day A retired Jeweler, he came here
nine years ago from New York City
Survivors include his wife Mary, two
ds lighters. Mrs. Sylvia Rosenberg and
Mrs. Ruth Rosenberg. Burial took
place In New York with local arrange-
ments by Miami Riverside Memorial
Funeral Home.
delivering the sermon. Mincha is
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS at 6 p.m.. followed bv Shalos Seu-
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER dos Daily services "are at 7:30
will hold Friday evening services a.m and 6:45 p.m.
at 8:15 p.m.. with Reverend Leo
Heim officiating. Guest speaker
will be Philip Begun, chairman of
the Religious Activities Commitee.
Subject of his discourse is sched-
uled as: IsraelPeople And State.
Saturday morning services are at
9 a.m.. when the Reverend will
discuss the Weekly Portion.
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Isadore
Tannen. formerly of 4570 Meridian
Avenue, Miami Beach, will take
place Sunday, May 31st, 1 p.m.. at
Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi
bold regular services Friday at 6:30 i Leon Kronish officiating. Mr. Tan-
p.m.. with Reverend Rudolf E. Brill j nen is survived by his wife, Anne,
officiating. Services will begin at {and son, Harold; two daughters.
9 a.m. Saturday. Edward Reiss, Mrs. Belle Peyser, of Miami, and
son of Mr and Mrs. Victor G. Reiss,' Mrs. Carol Greene, of West Cald-
will become Bar Mitzvah. Kiddush, j well, NJ.; also two brothers, two
offered by the parents, will follow, sisters and six grandchildren. Ar-
I rangements are in charge of Palm-
jer's Miami Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked to
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND c ,
congregation win hold Friday ^ictaan Unveiling
ZffVT!*? iSL* Pm. i5^' *" Action of a monument!
?S7m7 ? "n83? It0 ^O- of the late Beatrice
Of The Seemingly Impossible. Can-
tor Berele Kelemer will render the
musical portions of the liturgy.
Avenue, will take place Sundav.
May 31st. 3 p.m.. at Mt Nebo Cem
etery, with Rabbi J Kaplan offici-,
ating Mrs. Seidman is survived
by three daughters including Edith
scheduled fnr s r. s a um*nt Company. Friends and rel-
scneduled for 5 p.m. Mincha will atives are asked to attend
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WILLIAM SILVERSTEIN
L retired realtor who came here from
New York City eight rears ago. died
Saturday at his home. S*4 KW 27th
St. Survivors Include his wile. Km ma.
a daughter. Mrs. Alma Srhwart; and
two sister.. Mrs. Sarah Youngentod
and Mrs. > ranees Kahn. Services were
held Sunday, at Miami Riveraide Me-
morial Chapel, and burial took place
in New York.
BENJAMIN KOOT
of MSI Garland Ave. Surfside. died
Sunday. Serv ices were held In the
Oordon Miami Beach Chapel Monday.
Mr. Koot. a retired manufacturer of
children's clothing, came to the Miami
area from Brooklyn. N.Y., five years
ago. He leaves his wife. Mrs. Flor-
ence L. Koot: a daughter, Mrs. Mar-
>orle Jacker. of Surfside, and one
grandchild.
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Mth. She Is survived by her husband,
one daughter and a sister. Remains
ere sent to Brooklyn. New York, for
services and Interment by the Miami
Beach Riverside.
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David Will Hold Joint Installation
rnagogue, Affiliate Groups June 7th
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lei Serott, Jacob Sher, 8. J. Spector,
Bernard A. Sterling, Max Hwartz,
Samuel Traurlg, Aaron Wetnkle and
Joromp Wrinkle.
Sisterhood officers are the Men- i
dames Harry Uliphant, president; Sid-
ney Poxen, 1st vice president: Sam-
uel Dickson, 2nd vice president; Har-
old H. Berney, 3rd vice president; Max
HandHhu, recording Becretary; Sam- |
uel Hildancs. uorrespondlnft" secretary; I
Herman Coodmnn, financial Becretary; ]
Edward K. Meilln, membership: Har-
ry Zuckerman, treasurer; and Harry
I.aufer, advisor.
Hoard of Directors are the Mes-
damea Isadore Berman, Rebecca Cas-
tle, l.....n:ii- Bcth David Congregation,
od, Men's Club and PTA
newly elected officers
rd of Directors at an an-
allation dinner on Sunday
June 7th, 7 p.m., at the
ro Restaurant.
Heiman, Miami attorney,
the newly elected of-
jrs. Max Shapiro will chair
gram. Rabbi Max Shapiro
guest speaker.
_.. nf nrranOpmpnU tleorge Feller, Harry Gordon, Murray
men of arrangements Ko,smaIli ])avld ParneSi Samuei P|t*
kin, Morris Kablnowlts, Alexander
Schloss, Samuel Seltlln, Max Shapiro,
Herbert Sher, Irvln Sirkin and Leo
Sobel.
PTA officers Include the Mesdames
Bernard Schreldell, president; George
Horn, vice president: Robert Nedbor.
recording secretary; Isldor Bakst, cor-
responding; secretary; and Irvin Sir-
kin, treasurer.
Board of Directors are Mesdames
Hyman Abramowltz, Philip Abrams,
Louie Bandel, Jack Bland, Ralph llog-
lah, Sam Cynamon, Jack Geyer, Max
Handshu, John Lundblad and Sam
Schoychld.
Men's Club officers Include Max
Jacobson, president; Edward Safer,
vice president; Morton Perry, secre-
tary: and Irving Rosen, treasurer.
Board of Directors are Philip Ab-
rams, Murray Baum, Alex Cohen,
Harry Diamond, Nat Lisa, Samuel
Matloff, A. I* Plager. Morris Rablno-
wlt. Philip Schiff. Bernard Schreldell.
Mltchel Shapo, Sherman Tobln and
Jules Weiss.
ervations for the affair are
fesdames Samuel Dickson,
bitlin, Robert Nedbor and
.ton Perry.
newly elected officers are:
Lnt, Harry Gordon: vice pree-
tmuel Dickson; 2nd vice presi-
EVbert sher; recording secre-
1 eller; financial secretary,
Pozen; treasurer. Harry Slm-
ussistant treasurer, Albert
of Directors Include: Philip
Sidney Aronovlte, Nathan
er l-ouie Bandel, Alex 8. Co-
ry Diamond, Ben Essen, Lou-
ian, Harvey Herman, Max
Abe Kaplan.
ii Kasow, Harr>' Laufer,
Lefcourt, Dr. Roy F. Mack,
il.......wit/. Stanley C. Myers,
abin. David Rablnowltz, Mor-
nowlts, Frank A. Rose, Ed-
itor.
model their style of playing after
the Globetrotters.
-Saperstein will be played by
Dane Clark. Another star of the
film will be Sidney Potier, one of
the nation's outstanding Negro
actors. Potier appeared in No Way
Out and Cry, The Beloved Coun-
try.
E. Holier, Sam Seltlln, Dan-
Masie School
imencement
Jniversity of Miami School
lie will present its annual
ocement concert on Sunday
on, May 31st, at 3 p.m., in
liami Senior High School
ium.
University Symphony Or-
with John Bitter conduct-
assisted by Modeste Alloo,
pear with participating stu-
rom the School of Music.
ng part are Hilda Area, so-
Jerome Barnes, conductor;
Fabre, pianist; Nancy
soprano; Arline Florin; com-
Betty Haseltine, pianist;
Kephart, conductor; Wll-
eDoux, tenor; John Rabe-
! 'cellist; Lola Ruth, soprano;
[Stetson, baritone; and Rol-
Btnos, violinist.
tond-Berk Team
ires Ball Tie
Calm's Diamond-Berk Insur-
oftball aggregation assured
|;it least a tie in the first
| of the Greater Miami Jew-
Community Center Town
softball intramurals here
Bting the Center Independ-
a slugfest contest, 14 to
he best that the Center group
[do was to bring the game
in the 6th inning at 10-all,
which young, fast, bunt-con-
Diamond-Berk sprang four
uns to pull the game out of
Ire.
fther contests at Flagler Park,
Killer's Jewish War Veterans
Iway from cellar occupants
|ts of Pythias, 9-2 and, at the
End Park, Flagler-Granada
Community Center nosed
nd place Sunshine State, 10-7.
Jews In Sports
Walter H. Bieringer (right), president of United Service for
New Americans, represented a number of national Jewish or-
ganizations in a delegation of sectarian leaders who visited
the White House to confer with President Eisenhower on immi-
gration legislation. Joining Bieringer in a prepared statement
commending the President for his proposal that Congress pass
emergency legislation to admit 240,000 refugees in the next
two year are (left to right) Dr. Walter W. Van Kirk, National
Council of Churches of Christ; Msgr. Edward E. Swanstrom,
National Catholic Welfare Council; Dr. Paul C. Empie, Nation-
al Lutheran Council; and Roland Elliott, of the Church World
Services. The group also discussed revision of the McCarran-
Walter Immigration Law.
By BILL WOLF
(Copyright? 1*53. Jewish Telegraphic
Agency, Inc.)
Sid Gordon, one of the leading
Jewish players in the major
leagues, finally managed to begin
pulling out of the slump that had
plagued him since the opening of
the season.
Sid was rated as one of the most
powerful hitters in trie National
circuit, but none of the power
showed. He was batting below the
.200 mark which just isn't Sid Gor-
don.
But Sid looked a little more like
himself in a recent game in which
he knocked a two-run homer to
win the contest for the Milwaukee
Braves.
The big blow came in the eighth
inning against the Pirates. Gor-
don sent the score to 4 3, the final
tally. Sid's homer sailed 330 feet
to clear the left field fence in the
Milwaukee park and sent outfield-
er Ralph Kiner diving in a vain at-
tempt to get the ball.
Sid, who plays left field, also
helped himself to a double and
knocked in three of his team's runs
that afternoon. As a result of hit-
ting more frequently, Gordon's av-
erage was up to .238 based on 19
hits in 80 times at bat. That still
wasn't the Usual Sid Gordon, but
he seemed to be getting there .
Elsewhere in baseball, Al Rosen
continued setting his fast pace for
the Cleveland Indians. In 83 times
at bat, Al had 29 hits for an aver-
age of .349, one of the highest in
the American League, Al's home
run total stood at five which put
him in a tie for second place in
the home run competition of the
American loop .
Cal Abrams was also going
strong with a .358 average for
Pittsburgh. In 87 times at bat, Cal
had gathered 24 hits Saul Rogo-
vin, Chicago White Six hurler,
pitched his second victory of the
season as against four losses. He
won it at the expense of the Wash-
ington Senators to the tune of 7 3
ELECT
A.J.
Kaplan
TO
City Council
iz -to &
Plans continue to speed ahead
for the Maccabiah games in Israel
in September. The volleyball team
that will represent the United
States in the competition has been
named. It will be the squad of the
Jewish Community Center in Lynn,
Massachusetts. Lynn won the hon-
ors by taking the National Jewish
Welfare Board's volleyball tourney.
The team will be piloted in Israel
by Bernard O. Bloom, the club's
coach who guided the squad to the
JWB title .
6 -it -k
A request was made to the Sov-
iet chess team, on which several
of the top players are Jewish, to
agree to a postponement of the
scheduled match with the United
States. The match was scheduled to
take place June 10th through 18th.
The new proposed date is July
27th.
The reason for the switch in
dates is understood to be a conflict-
ing match in Argentina for Samuel
Reshevsky leading US player. One
of the highlights of a US-Soviet
chess match would be a meeting
between Reshevsky and Mikhail
Botvinnik, the world champion,
who is also Jewish.
V Q Q
Abo Saperstein, basketball pro-
moter whose Harlem Globetrotters
have become the world's most
famous cage squad, will be por-
trayed in a Hollywood movie. A
film is in the making on the story
of the Globetrotters. The team of
outstanding Negro players has ap-
peared throughout the world, and
basketball players in many lands
MORE HARD WORKING
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LESS NONSENSE!
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In recognition oi 12 years of community service as executive
director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Morris Klass
left receives a citation from Stanley C. Myers, at the group's
15th annual meeting held in the Empress Hotel. More than
450 persons attended the dinner event
sivfrli Fall Installation
An early Fall installation is
planned by the Council of Jei-h
od to seat the organiza-
tion permanent officers Mrs. Si-
mon April a- elected president
lor 1953-54
Vice presidents will be the Mes-
riame- Louii Shaficm. of Beth Jac
ob Si-terhood: Jack C. Rosenberg.
Ml El S.,:rbood. Frances L'l
han >: the Sisterhood of Knesseth
Israel rongrenation: William Wein-
traub of the Sisterhood of the Mi-
ami Hebrew School and Congrega-
tion; and Meyer Katz. of Beth Tfil-
ah Saterfcaod.
Secretaries will be Mrs. Malvina
Schwartz, recording, and Mrs. Clara
Wein-'oek. corresponding. Mrs.
Bev-ie Rappaport is designated as
treacrer.
Mrs Moses Mescheloff was nam-
ed program chairman and will be
in charge of a workshop session to
include an institute on fund rais-
ing, parliamentary procedure, pub-
lic relations, membership and pro-
gramming.
The Council, an affiliate of the
Warner, s Branch of the Union of
Orthodox Congregations of Amer-
ica, will act as an over-all coordin-
ating body to its member Sister
hoods.
.Mrs. tt'itvr Headn
Si'iH'.sch Group
Mrs William Feuer has been
elected president of the Hannah
Sene>ch Group of Hadassah during
elections lat week.
Others are the Mesdames Abra-
ham Cassel. Herman Philips. Ralph
Spero and Jack Falk. vice presi-
dents: Lily Hutt. financial secre-
tary Maurice Klein, recording sec-
retary; May May. corresponding
secretary'
The Mesdaraes Rose Cohen, so-
cial secretary; Charles Bushel 1.
treasurer: Israel Teitch. auditor;!
Benjamin Kohl, chapter represen-1
tative; and Moses Krieger. parlia-
mentarian.
Mrs Morris Alpert is founder
president. Honorary president is
Mrs Abe Greenberg.
Rabbi Mescheloff
To Present Report
Invitation was received by Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff. of Beth Jacob
Congregation, to present a report
to the 17th annual convention of
the Rabbinical Council of Amer-
ica which opens a tae Pine View
Hotel in Falls burg. New York, on
June 1st. and continues through I
the 4tfa.
The forthcoming tercentenary
I celebration of. American Jewry. I
' chaplaincy requirements in the j
Armed Forces of the United States i
and religious endeavor here and
in Israel will be among the' major
' subjects of discussion by the Coun-1
1 cil which is the spokesman body !
for more than 500 leading orthodox ;
rabbis in the United States and |
Canada.
According to Rabbi Theodore L. j
Adams, of Jersey City. New Jer-
sey, national president of the Coun-
cil, attention will be given to the
Council's "growing practice of ex-
' panding the influence of tradition-
al Judaism by the formation of
regional organizations throughout
the nation."
Rabbi Mescheloff. a member of
the National Advisory Committee
and chairman of the Florida Reg-
ion of the Council, will report on
field activities in the South. Prin-
cipal speaker at the convention will'
be Rabbi Dr. Joseph B. Soloveit-1
chik. of Roxbury. Massachusetts,
reportedly one of the foremost Tal-
I mudical scholars and orators in the i
, nation.
Again Bay
Broad, first and only
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Broad A
Shcpard
Mayor of Bay Harbor Islands, has
been elected to head the township
again in a unanimous choice by the
Bay Harbor Islands Council.
Sworn in with Broad was Dr.
Harrison A. Walker as a council-
man. He succeeds I. E. Harris who
did not run.
Reappointed were J. M Lelchuk.
town manager; Richard M. Dash,
town clerk; Gerald Fan-el. police
chief: and W. Frank Manship, fire
chief.
Others appointed are M. B. Gar-
ris. engineer; Lewis Horowitz, at-
torney: Theodore R. Nelson, judge:
Hal Herman, director of public re-
Marb0,^V?
V^^: Marianne p 5^
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Graner.HaroldDp^*
loam E. Hendry^'
sistant and plumbill
d general superim^
spectively. ^|
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! Weiss Major WilliS I
;hahn. Edcar Haw*? Cl
jShuflin .KrvinKortth*
S Burk. Planning 3
DavidM. Abel.Jo^,
d Sam roolik, Buiii
Board of Appeals; anaTL
jamin N. Kane and jJ; j
Zoning BoaM of Afff,
Szold Hadassah Ends Season
Henrietta Szold Group of Hadas-
sah closed its series of educational
meetings with a luncheon at the j
Trocadero Restaurant Wednesday.
Mrs. Barnett Beckerman. group
education chairman, was in charge.
Rabbi Moses Mecheloff, of Congre-
gation Beth Jacob, was guest speak-
er. An original program of group
singing was led by Mrs. Sam Bau-
mann
TB Ward Schedule
Continues
Metropolitan B'nai B'rith Worn-.
en's Council of South Flonda.
through its veterans chairman. Mrs
Helen Sanders, announces that its
schedule for the TB Ward at Vet-
eran s Administration Hospital in
Coral Gables will continue through-,
out the summer months. The
schedule began with a strawberry
festival on Thursday evening.
Junior Hadassah
Installs Officers
The Miami Unit of Junior Ha-
dassah will hold a Best Foot For-
ward Dance on Sunday. May 31st.
9 p m at the Monte Carlo Hotel,
announced Elaine Schwartzman,
president.
Fund raising chairman. Elaine
Wolfson. said that there will also
be a Cinderella Prince Charming
Contest Proceeds will go towards
Junior Hadassah Israeli propects.
In charge of arrangements are
Ona Kaplan. Pat Pearl. Delores
Pearl. Ruthe Dixon and Annette
Levitt
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FRIDAY. MAY 2tV 1.953
t> i
"Between You and Me'
By BORIS SMOLAR
(C0Dyri-hL 195 (, Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.)
Communal affairs.-
A note of caution was sounded
Irivately this week by United Jew-
y. Appeal leaders to community
^aders throughout the country .
he community leaders were told
a special report that although
fcere is justification for the pre-
tti'.ina optimism that this year's
IjA campaign will bring more
hnds than last year's, the cam-
fi^n is now at a crucial stage .
I some communities the campaign
running somewhat behind last
par because the drive there was
aried late, or because of other
pverse factors The leaders in
|oe communities are being prod-
to catch up with the rest of
le country Unless they do
lis, l he gains which have already
len made may be seriously cut
Lw.i or even wiped out ... A
par and up-to-the-minute picture
the UJA national campaign
ene will be given to the Jewish |
nmunity leaders at the national
^A conference in Washington the
ek end of June 6th and 7th .
^e conference has been called for
purpose of completing the
ive within the drive"to pro-
Be S25.0OO.0OO in cash for the
|Abut the 750 leaders who are
ected to attend the parley will
ar an over-all report on the cam-
\i~ outlook .
4SHINGTON TRENDS:
Two basic questions are now oc-
pying the attention of govern-
^nt circles in Washington follow-
ing return of US Secretary of
kt John Foster Dulles from his
|p to the Middle East The
tst question is how far should the
kited States go in giving Amer-
armaments to the Arab coun-
ts after they had made it clear
Secretary Dulles that they are
1 no mood to make peace with
ael and emphasized their deter-
nation to oust the British.forces
bm the Suez Canal area at all
. The second question is
at role should the .United States
in bringing the problem of
Palestine Arab refugees to an
lective solution With regard
[providing the countries of the
ddle East with military aid, in-
fding modern arms, official cir-
' in Washington are now, more
ever before, taking into con-
eration the belligerent Arab
od vis avis to Israel .
they believe now that peace be-
ben the Arab States and Israel
not m sight and that this must
[ taken into account, in making
plans for providing the states
I the Middle East with American
fitary assistance ... On the
er hand, they are interested in
ating an effective defensive
fngth in the Middle East against
isible Communist invasion, and
i cannot be done -without Amer-
arms The official govern-
nt view now is that in the near
lire the capacity of most of the
lb states to effectively-absorb
lencan military equipment will
1 relatively limited but that in
I longer run the countries in the
Idle East can make a useful con-
ation to the defense of the area
, Thus. the argument runs, the
her a beginning is made on pro-
"ns of arms assistance to that
-t M* yoi UM *-'"'
FICE2-0!
tTna,JnieK!0ner such a contribu-
tmn will become possible
But what if Egypt, after receiv-
ing American arms, uses them
against the British forces in the
Suez area or against Israel or
against both? This is the 64-
doUar question which keeps some
minds in Washington even busier
now than before Secretary Dulles'
departure for the Middle East
As to the problem of the Arab
refugees, the official estimate in
Washington is that there are ap-
proximately 860,000 of them now
on relief rolls Funds available
to the United Nations relief agen-
cy which is helping these refugees
are believed at the present time
to be adequate not only to carry-
out the program of relief for the
fiscal year of 1954, but also to con-
duct various projects designed to
enable the refugees to become self-
supporting ... On the whole, how-
ever, the situation of the refugees
is considered in Washington to be
a political factor of first impor-
tance, and the US Government
foresees that further financial
support from the United States will
be needed for quite a number of
years .
LITERARY ISSUES:
Last week', I mentioned the fact
that more and more Yiddish liter-
ature is being translated into Eng-
lish and suggested that the Jewish
Publication Society should under-
take the publication of one or two
volumes of short stories by the
late Yiddish poet and short story
writer Abraham Reisen ... I now
learn that Viking, one of the lead-
ing American publishing houses,
is preparing to issue The Treas-
ury Of Yiddish Literature, an an-
thology of prose The anthol-
ogy, which will be published next
year, will be edited by Irving Howe
and Eliezer Greenberg, and the
translators include well-known
young American-Jewish authors as
Meyer Levin, Isaac Rosenfeld, Saul
Bellow and others Incidentally,
a book of Yiddish poems by Eliezer
Greenberg made its appearance
this week under the title, Banach-
tiger DialogNight Dialogue .
Some of the poemsmoody, philo-
sophicalwould attract a good deal
of attention among American lov-
ers of poetry if they were trans-
lated into English Other Yid-
dish works I should like to see
translated and published in Eng-
lish are two volumes of excellent
essays by Hayim Greenberg, the
noted Zionist labor leader and
philosopher, who died recently in
New York The two volumes,
published this week by Farlag Yid-
disher Kemfer, contain among
others, essays on William James,
William Penn, Ghandi, Lenin and
on a wide range of subjects such
as humanism, religion. Commu-
nism, patriotism, education and
tolerance ... An attempt is also
made to visualize the future of
American Jewry The publica-
tion of these two volumes in Eng-
lish would definitely be of great
service to the American-born Jew.
Uome Auxiliary
1'loses Season
The Greater Miami Women's
Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for
the Aged held its final meeting
of the season at the Algiers Hotel
on Tuesday.
Mrs. Louis Glasser, chairman of
!the Nominating Committee, pre-
jsented the names of the Board of
Directors and the following slate
of officers for election:
President, Mrs. Sol Silverman;
honorary president, Mrs. Benjamin
Appel; vice presidents, Mrs. Baron
de Hirsch Meyer, Mrs. David Phil-
ips and Mrs. Louis Makovsky.
Honorary vice presidents, Mrs
Irving Frankel, Mrs. Max Green-
berg and Mrs. Jack Udell; treasur
i er, Mrs. Morris Kriegel; and fi-
jnancial secretary, Dr. Celia Wohl
I Shultz.
Judge Harold Spaet was install-
ing officer.
Beach Needs More
Efficient Spending,
Says Darby Rath man
"A city administration which
does not serve the interest of our
business community is the wrong
kind of administration for Miami
Beach," explained Darby Rathman,
candidate for the City Council, be-
fore a rally of his supporters this
week.
Rathman said that a resort city
must concentrate on developing its
tourist facilities "because that is
the basis of its economy." Hand
in hand with an expanded publicity
and advertising campaign to make
Miami Beach the nations resort
center, Rathman explained that the
city must strive to maintain an
honest and efficient administration
as a sort of an insurance to visi-
tors that they are safe and well
looked-after when they come to the
Beach."
"What our city needs," he said,
"is more efficient use of the money
we are spending to attract visitors
and not more taxes and more
spending money. Any fool can
spend money. But it takes a know-
how to get the best out of each
dollar."
Students of the Beth El Religious School receive prizes for
excellence in scholarship during the past year. The citations
were given under the auspices of Mrs. Pincus Puchkoff as an
In Memonam to the late Pincus Puchkoff. noted Hebraic
scholar. Standing in the rear (left to riqht) are Joshua Stadlan,
Mrs. Puchkoff and Reverend George Goldberg. Fron (left to
right) are David Lerner, Myrna Slutzky. Jay Sachs and How-
ard Zinner. Peeping from behind is a portrait of the dauqhter
of spiritual leader Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky
Tropical Chapter Women
A madhatter membership social
and tea was recently held by Tropi-
cal Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women,
at the home of Mrs. Irving Cypen,
1352 13th Terrace, Miami Beach.
A skit entitled, The Third Party,
was featured. Taking part were
the Mesdames James Langel, Man-
ny Mandel and Sol Rosenkranz.
Mrs. Cypen discussed various pro-
jects of the organization.
Chairman was Mrs. Louis Wil-
son, assisted by the Mesdames
Langel, Mandel and Leroy Levy.
Mrs. Irving Laibson is chapter
president
Saehar History
Published Again
NEW YORK The fourth edi-
tion of, A History Of The Jews, by
Dr. Abram L. Saehar, president of
Brandeis University, will be pub-
lished on Tuesday, June 2nd, by
Alfred A. Knopf, according to a
publisher's announcement here.
The new version is the 15th
printing of the work. The book
has been revised and enlarged to
cover history to 1953.
Prior to assuming the presidency
of Brandeis in 1948, Dr. Saehar
served as national director of B'nai
B'rith Hillel Foundations and ear-
lier as a member of the History
Faculty of the University of Illin-
ois.
North Dade Joint Swim
A swimming splash party spon-
sored by the Sisterhood and Men's
Club of the North Dade Jewish
Center will be held on May 30th,
at the Mariner Motel.
A regular Board meeting of the
Sisterhood will be held on Tues-
day, June 2nd, 8 p.m., at the home
of Mrs. Freda Blank, 1115 NE
133rd Street.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKP.Y GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
OLMKMII, 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.
OLXIEMIL CORP.
KASS & FULLER
Attorneys for Olliemlt Corp.
S/22-29 6/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
t,he undersigned, desiring to engage in
business 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 Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MRS". ANNETTE KENDALL.
KATZOFF
ANNA BRENNER MEYERS
Attorney for Mrs. Annette Kendall
Katsoff
5/15-22-29 6/3
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ON JUNE 2nd
PULL LEVER 16
VOTE FOR
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WHITNEY
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Our UN Newsletter
By ARTHUR LEWIS
(Copyright, 1953, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inv.)
UNITED NATIONSFacts must be faced, and the visit of the
Secretary of State found the Arab leaders to be privately as intran
high hopes that John Foster Dulles entertained of a Palestine peace
settlement, which was to have been the foundation stone of a new
American policy in the region, have been all but shattered.
The wirl-wind tour in which he averaged one-and-a-half day*
to a country ha* probably been salutary in that he has learned much
which he would not have known if he had stayed at his desk in
Washington. One of his main impressions, according to ">"*
close to him. is the narrow, almost parochial view of the Arab ead-
ers who refuse to consider their country or their region in a global
context. In Egypt, Mr. Dulles found it.difficult to get General Ne-
guib to discuss anything else but the presence of British troops in
the Suez Canal Zone.
Apparently, in the conversations he did have on Palestine, the
Secretary of State foun dthe Arab leaders to be privately as intran
sigeant about a peace settlement and as vitriolic about Israel as their
delegates are publicly here in the United Nations. They could even be
threatening and rude to him, as the Lebanese were.
The members of the Lebanese Parliament's Foreign Affairs Com
mittee are reported to have told Mr. Dulles that he "must remove from
his mind any possibility of peace with Israel." They went on to com-
plain about the lack of sympathy for the Arab cause in the United
States and seemed to imply that the Americans, because of their sup-
port for Israel, were responsible for the lot of the Palestine refugees.
The Lebanese even had the impertinence to demand that the
United States compel Israel to implement the various United Nations
resolutions on Palestine, all of which are now acknowledged to be out
of date, when the most flagrant example of a violation of a United
Nations resolution is the Egyptian refusal to abide by a Security Coun-
cil order to stop interfering with Israel-bound shipping in the Suez
Canal.
Obviously, the Arabs have adopted this harsh and demineenng
manner because they believe that they can high pressure the new
American administration into sharp change of policy in the Middle
East. However, they may have overplayed their hand.
In the view of qualified observers here, what sympathy the Secre-
tary of State may have had for the Arabs has been dissipated on this
trip. Mr. Dulles must realize now that any military aid which the United
States were to provide the Arab would be more likely to be used against
Israel and the British than in the defense of the Middle East against a
possible Soviet aggression, that it would be more likely to produce
conflict than security.
The opinion here is thet Mr. Dulles would do well to take a leaf
out of Dr. Adenauer's note book; the West German chancellor paid
no attention to Arab threats over the restitution treaty with Israel
with the result that nothing came of them. If he did this, if the Sec-
retary of State recommended aid for Israel, there would be fulmina-
tions from the Arabs, but he might find that in the end they would
back down and agree to a Palestine Peace Settlement and a Middle
East Defense Command.
.Meanwhile, it is felt here that possibly the British idea for a Mid
die East Defense Command is the best one, that is that a staff at least
should be set up on the island of Cyprus to draw up plans and to work
with those in the region who are willing to cooperate.
Kaplan Says He'll >r.iiri< me* On
End "Liberalism"
A. J
Miami
Student Art Work
To He Exhibited
Between three and four hundred
examples of art in a variety of
forms, as created by students in
Mount Sinai Women's Auxiliary pj^
Installation Today; Slate Satire, CapJ
The Women's Auxiliary of Mount. es* aides, pediatric aid.
Ihc Lowe Gallery on Tuesday
An invitational preview will be
held on June 1st, at 8 p.m.. with
an educational art film. Your Child
Is A Genius, included on the pro-
gram.
Instructions to art students for
the exhibit were to create what is
real to them. In selecting entries,
the standards committee consider- t
ed originality and independence of presidents.
thought, as well as facility in the
medium of expression.
Students were not limited to
painting as an art form. The ex-
hibit will include sculpture, cer-
amics, puppets, masks, papier
mache creations, murals and mo-
biles.
Empress Hotel.
To be installed as officers are
the Mesdames Louis J. Krensky.
honorary president; Harold Spaet,
president; Morris Goldin, Jack Ab-
lin and Louis Glasser, vice presi-
dents; Saul Herman, Harry Marko-
witz and Aaron Farr, general vice
The Mesdames Jerome Hofmay-
er, recording secretary; Philip Lef-
kowitz, corresponding secretary;
Max Dreyer, treasurer; Robert
Green, assistant treasurer; Harry
forms, as created by students in | ^^ HMp|u, ^ ^ ^ ,nnual clerks laborat "* <"**
Dade County's 93 public schools., ^.^ ^ lnft^Uon|clerical workm J**^ -
will open for public viewing in to(Uy ^ u %m ^ ^ ^^ ^ Ufe,
and Gift Shop for the convjJ
of patients and guests.
There is also a Patients' liij
with a portable bookcart
brought to sick rooms ^1
intervals. ngU
Also scheduled at the J
spring meeting is the capoiwJ
ercise of the fifth class of S
Mount Sinai School of ?Zu
Nursing. The nine graduS
elude the Misses Sheila Cohen t
ami Beach; Rhoda Davifowfe?
ami; Sigma Duran, Bogota CtM
bia; Phyllis Flury, Miami Z
Fox, Miami. Deborah Giffardfcl
ami Beach; Gilberte Monette. (^I
bee, Canada; Sandra Tardy, 3
Pierce, Florida; and CynUrii'2
ler, Miami.
On the Advisory Commits |J
the school are Miss Margaret bl
rer, dean of girls, Miami Beagl
High School; Mrs. Vert Adaii.Bj
supervisor; Visiting Nurses As|
ation; Samuel Conner, Mount Sail
executive director; Mrs. LoaM
Krensky, president of the Ia>|
en's Auxiliary; Miss Mildred J
Vogel, RN, director of nurses;k|
H. Franklin Williams, lean]
University of Miami; Ulin C.lsu
principal. Miami High School: b>I
erend J. Mitchell Taylor Del
Charles Werbiow. and Miss Frah|
Lebcnsraum, RN.
Whitney Seeks
Beach Promotion
Candidate for Miami Beach City
Council George G. Whitney this
week indicated that his platform
includes fighting for the promo-
tion of Miami Beach through na- I
tional television programs.
"If small companies can adver-
tise on television," the candidate
said, "so can a $2,000,000,000 cor-
poration."
Miami Beach, Whitney said, is
a tourist town, and tourists could
only be attracted through promo-
tion.
Meanwhile, the candidate's sup-
porters pointed out that Whitney
was eligible for a post on the city
council because, as a businessman
rather than an attorney, he would
tend to eliminate "what has always
been made up completely of legal
minds" and because, particularly
as a real estate man. Whitney was
in a position to understand "tax-
payers and their ills and cures."
airs. HareM Spaet
To Support
Expansion Plan
Young Israel Synagogue mem-
bers this week pledged to support
MleUVh \t 59 the organization's expansion pro-
Dr. M. J. Click, of 720 Meridian I ^am. according to an iM0e
1 w-.ni.o r-anrtiHito for iho' ment by Solomon Lobel. president
J. Kaplan candidate for the Avenue w {ound dead Sunday ^J* ^ a ^ chaf.
Miami Beach City Council. this i evening m his apartment Police jter pledgees are David Goldstein,
week issued a statement declaring aj(| ,nat the 59.year<(id Mj. Leo Robinson. Morris Gordon, Ben-
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\ PAINTING COMPAHY i Veer Set isfoctiea-Ow Hum \ 1170 S.W. 6rh STREST Phone I24ISI
here said that the 59-year-old Mi-' Leo Robinson. Morris Gordon, Ben- ,
ami Beach physician had apparent Jamin Sherry, Sam Sokols, Sam ard Grovei Theodore Hankoff,
... (irunbere. Sam Reinhard. i ...... u-.,i., i .,m Mri,iff
ly committed suicide.
Dr. Irvine Alberts, police sur
geon. declared that Dr. Click cut man and Abraham Mostoff.
a mam artery in his right ai in. A j
Grunberg, Sam Reinhard.
Joseph Zemel, Dr Irving Makov-
sky. Morris Weinstein, Jacob Kauf-
ihat the most vital issue of the
campaign was being completely
overlooked by all of the other can-
didates. The fighting 39-year old
attorney stated that "taxes are the
most vital issue."
JSSttEu?Zf -* not'e'revealed^t he" had Sivm llatrl.
sonal investigation at City Hall re- been despondent because of ill,\f West Miami
sealed that alj of the public utili- heaxlln- ,...... A Siyum Hatorah will take place
tics doing business in Miami Beach,\ Or. Click maintained an office!^ the West Mjami Jewisn center
are paying taxes on self-assessed at 1520 Lenox Avenue. Originally i on Sunday May 31gt at 8 pm Tne
personal property "The facts are from Detroit, Michigan, he resided ; Tw ...u;_u -m w ..,.! k.,
'that the office of the tax assessor
has never made anything resem-
bling .a complete assessment of the
personal property, for purposes of I Miami charitable and cultural or-
taxation, of any of the public util- ganizations.
ities in Miami Beach." President of the local, chapter of of Creater Miam| Rabm Mofris
He added: "Hotf are we to knowjMVO Dr. Click was also a Board ^ wH, te guest speakers, with
if the proper taxes have been paid member oi the Miami Beach Zion- ] Rabm Alfred Waxman spirituai
by the utilities if no one can see' it rnsXjxci, an executive member,, ^ of ^ c t conducting
the returns? Has the tax assessor i of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed- lhc ccremony
himself assessed the personal eration and closely associated with -------]JiZl------------------------------
property of the utilities? The util-1 the Bureau of Jewish Education. I
ities estimate their own personal | Services were on Wednesday at
property value, and without en- the Miami Beach Riverside Chapel,
with interment on Mount Sinai
Cemetery. Dr. Click is survived by
a daughter. Mrs. Naomi Adams, of
San Diego, California, and a son.
Joseph, of Detroit.
Rogers, financial secretary; Max-
well Hyman, assistant financial
secretary-; Elsie Schwabe, auditor;
and Monte Selig. parliamentarian.
The committee in charge of the
program includes the Mesdames
Louis J. Krensky, Leon Ell, Doro-
thy Krieger Fink, Bert Klee, Aaron > .
Fair. Max Holtsberg, Maurice Lev f\T\y fl/Tie IS llmt
and Ben Zion Ginsburg.
Featured will be a satire, Pink
Ladies In Review, an original mus-
ical satire written and produced
by Trixie Levin. The cast will in-
clude the Mesdames Milton Adler,
Ralph Benach. Abe Bloomston, My-
ron Broder, Leonard Egert. Sam-
uel Falick. Leonard Glasser, How-
Leon Kaplan, Lawrence Medoff,
Bernard Wall and William Wick-
man.
Musical accompaniment will be
by Mrs. Howard Grove, with Mrs..
Herbert Mathes and Mrs. Phillip
Hayden in charge of props. The
satire will present a day in the life
of the Pink Ladies at Mount Sinai.
Tarn Tarn
fount Sinai. aLA nArffiCf CfC
According to a report announcing InfF pariiw ^
from Detroit, Michigan, he resided j Torah which wiH ^ presented by
here for the past ten years was a Mr and ^s ^ j Paui> is the
member of the Mount Sinai Hospi-1 Aecond ,0 ^ presented within tnc
ral staff and active in numerous ^st -year
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, presi-
dent of the Rabbinical Association
the satire's performance, these are
the- volunteer workers at the hos-
pital who perform duties as nurs-
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* Your Friend lMt
Harold SHAPRO
i IM P..I.H, :'il Ailv 1
'let the others *,
hang on to a strap!
Yom hang on to
Tarn Tarns ..
those wonderful
crackers that
never let you
down in flavor
and flaky
freshness!
closing an inventory, they mail a
check and tax retur nto the city."
Kaplan, a long-time resident of
. Miami Beach, has announced he
will go "all-out" to end this "lib-
eral tax policy" on Miami Beach.
During his recent 16-hour Lincoln
Road Talkathon, he stated, "The
. blame rests with the present city-
council for allowing this unhealthy
situation to continue."
KILL FLYING INSECTS |

Children Are Promoted
Promotion and completion diplo-
mas will be presented to children
of the West Miami Jewish Center
Sunday School by Rabbi Alfred
Waxman on Sunday. The event will
be highlighted with a program giv-
en by the kindergarten and nurs-
er children and conducted by Miss
Dorothea DuWer and MJss Jose-
phine Sonnd, instructors.
REAL-KILL
INStCTSOfVB
U-SAV-1T-STORE
Pexrine, Florida
PC POL ADV
(te the Ko*dt*$*C$emtMt
Make a date with
HAROLD B. SPAET
tor City Council, June 2
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HtiPAV, MAY 29, 1953
IWV SiTvifes On
[Memorial Day
The Jewish War Veterans' Hon-
|or Guard of Dade County will hold
annual Memorial Day services
on Sunday, May 31st. The graves
|of all the Jewish veterans buried
En the cemetaries of Greater Mi-
[anii will be visited and decorated
Evith an American flag, with the
principal services to be held at
|Mount Nebo Cemetery.
These will commence at 10 a.m.,
ind the program will consist of
talk by Hy M. Morris, past de-
partment commander of the State
jf Florida, and by Rabbi Alfred
A'axman, of the West Miami Jew-
ish Center. Jack Silver, chaplain
the Guard, will chant the El
4oIeh Rachamin, to be followed by
Ihe firing of three volleys by the
firing squad under the direction of
Major Kenneth C. Braidman. The
founding of taps will conclude the
ervice.
Chairman of the event is Morris,
fith Sidney Horn as co-chairman.
the color guards of the various
Jewish War Veterans Posts in the
rea will post their individual
Dlors.
*'* *~'*tirr
k.iflimali Group
Installs Officers
Mrs. Ceil Segal was installed as
esident of the Kadimah Chap-
', Pioneer Women, yesterday dur-
ig ceremonies at the Dinner Key
larina Restaurant.
Installing officer was Mrs. Louis
livers, with Mrs. Albert Berson
ling as toastmaster.
Others assuming posts were the
lesdames Fred Sandier and Leo
ildman, vice presidents; Irwin
ibbie, financial secretary; Fred
lacker, recording seretary; Harry
ione, and Harriet Green, corres-
mding secretaries; and Aaron
ie\in, treasurer.
Board members include the Mes-
imes Sophie Plotkin, Robert Cole,
>ses Meyer, Ann Bisgeier, Beu-
0 Bott, Michael Fiedler and Al-
irt Shkoler.
PAGE 9 B
Campaign Chairman Howard Kane (left) receives a bronze
JSff fSSJ?*1 ^einlde'president of *Grea,er Mia^
Jemsh Federation at ceremonies during Federation's 15th an-
nual meeting. The 1953 campaign exceeded last yea^s
pledges with a total of $1.192.000 collected.
SPEHD rOVff SUMMER
VACATION IN THE BLUE
RIDGE MOUNTAINS .
OSCEOLA
LAKE MNN
ON LAKE OSCEOLA
HENOERSONVILLE, N. C.
JOE RUBIN
Owner. Manager
Season June 1st to Oct. 1st
SWIMMING POOL
AkL SPORTS, INCLUDING
BOATING AND FISHfNG
AMERICAN PLAN ONLY
FINEST JEWISH-AMERI-
CAN CUISINE
ALL ROOMS WITH BATH
OR SHOWER
Rosenhouse Says
Council Is Circus
M. H. Rosenhouse, candidate for
Miami Beach City Council, this
week said that the present council
has lost the confidence of Beach
voters and that its meetings are
now labelled a "circus" by many
publications in the United States.
Adding that councilmanic gov-
ernment, because of the "circus"
antics at meetings, is at a low ebb,
Rosenhouse stated that it was nec-
essary for the City Hall govern-
ment "to change its attitude, adjust
its actions, listen to the voice of
the people and conduct its business
with integrity, dignity, equality
and intellectual honesty."
Rosenhouse also warned against
"the sweep of consolidation fire"
and asked for a city council that
could keep Miami Beach as the
"diadem in the Florida tolerance
crown by preventing its absorp-
tion."
"Consolidation will mean offi-
cials, not Beach residents, deciding
Beach policies," the candidate said.
He also charged this week that in-
ternal pressures are making police
conditions here "so bad."
Rosenhouse has lived and prac-
ticed law in the Greater Miami
area for 30 years and was a can-
didate for the County Solicitor's
office in the last primary election.
"I believe I am eminently quali-
fied," he said, "for this high office.
I shall clean up the City Hall
mess."
Asks Support Of
Ambulance Bill
Harry Plissner early this week
urged voters to support the June
2nd referendum concerning spon-
sorship of a city-owned and oper-
ated emergency ambulance system.
Plissner said the measure was
"too important to stand or fall on
personalities," and he begged vot-
ers to support the proposed ordi-
nance "wherther you vote for me
or not."
The candidate, for Miami Beach
City Council also called for a uni-
form fee system among physicians.
He attacked doctors' fees on the
Beach as "a disgrace to a great
profession" and urged city regula-
tion of fees charged."
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O. Kaliii s Hotel
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Boating, Bathing Private Beach :
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INVESTMENT SECURITIES
Achievement Nite To Climax fear
An achievement night program
will climax the Young Judaea year,
according to an announcement this
week by Harry J. Sonz, chairman
of the Greater Miami Zionist
Youth Commission, joint youth ed-
ucational agency of Hadassah and
the ZOA.
The affair will take place on Sun-
day, May 31st, at 7 p.m., in the
patio of the National Hotel. Awards
will be presented to the best chap-
ter of Young Judaea in the junior
and senior divisions. Outstanding
Judaeans will also be honored, and
installation of officers of all the
groups will take place.
Highlighting the evening will be
a presentation by the Israeli dance
team of folk dances of Israel.
Working on the program are Judy
Shapiro, Syd Mager, Mrs. Esther
, Berens, Eleanore Goodman and
| Roni Hyman.

The South's Outstanding Jewish Camp for Boys ami Gird
CAMP CARLYLE
HENDERSONVILLE. N.C.
In the heart of vacationland, WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA
DIRECTOR WINTON L. MOELLER
Principal, Woodward High School, Cincinnati, Ohio
Educational wcial and recreational activities supervised by trained
eahl!?' rwi -k ndina- WBtr. "Portt, golf instruction. Modern
cabins. Doctor and nurse on premises.
OWNER: Mrs. jean Arnold, 850 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach-Ph. 58-8359
Local Representativea and Members of Camp Staff:
Mrs. A. A. Hoyden-Ph. 48-5490 Mrs. Murray Grossman -Ph. 48-8920
Jnt/te~76atfof
Tie /fdtomdaah
9 HOLE GOLF COURSE
ON PREMISES

Championship-/^
vTennis Courts/ LT
.8 Handbell/ (T
Scaroon Manor
H OTE L
NOW OPEN
Heated Rooms
Utl SCHROON LAKE,NY.
FREE GOLF
till June 21
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FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS BLDG.
8340 Northeast 2nd Avenue
PHONE 89-8692
'OTE FOR DOCTORS ON AMBULANCES
AND THE MAN BEHIND IT
VOTE FOR
HARRY PLISSNER
M'U LEVER 1
(Pd. Political Adv.)
ana ii i.......maawmwa.....nuamtmt
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The Management of the TLACLER HOTEL takes great pleasure ia an-
nouncing that HARRY N, ZAPANTES at the PALIAS ATHENA Restaurant
it now operating our Dining Room, serving the tamo deficient and
exofi'c foods that made him famous. Imported Grecian wines ami your
favorite drinks served from oar Cocktail Lounge.
PALLAS ATHENA
FLAGLER HOTEL
637 W. Flacjler St
OPEN DAILY
From NOON lo 12 P.M.
Phone: 2-8816
Clean Up the City Hall "Mess"
PULL LEVER 10, JUNE 2nd
Elect M. II.
Rosenhouse
One of YOUR CotmcHmen
REPLACE THE "CIRCUS" WITH DIGNITY AND EQUALITY
Known for courage) of hi* convictions and intestinal fortitude) to
carry thru. Champion of tha average man all his life. Vii: Bus,
Power and Light, and Grand Jury Cases.
? Electric Franchise ?
Did you know the Beach Citizens are saddled with an obligation
of $3,750,000,00 because tho Council negligently approved for sub-
mission a Light and Power Franchise Contract, the terms of which
did not protect the Public, and which contained a non-forfeiture
clause contrary to law? Ask ROSENHOUSE.
At Least Have One Strong, Intelligent, Unfettered Councilman
(Pd. Political Adv.)
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PAGE 10 B
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FinHy Kidnapping Brings Protest In
FranceJChurch Officials Arrested
ranee;
Jewish Floridian Nw* Featura
The chronology is important in l'affaire Finaly, a case that began
with to Jewish war orphans, and now involves the passions of France
where, according to one reporter, "people in the provinces are mor.-*
excited about l'affaire Finaly than about Indo-China. Germany o.
even the death of Stalin." The predicament of the two Finaly boys
' and Gerald' n0t er was that in case of an accident
you take the children."
Mrs. Fischel tried to find out
quite 11has stirred up religious
animosities in France. It has be-
come a political issue of great con-
sequence.
The story' starts in 1938. when
Dr. Fritz Finaly and his wife, An-
nie, fled to France after Hitler's
invasion of Austria. They settled
in a suburb of Grenoble, where
ed." she said,
olios."
M. Keller, acting for the family,
went to the courts. After endless
litigation, on July 11, 1952. the:
Court of Appeal of Grenoble ap- '
pointed Mrs. Rossner the childrens' j
legal guardian.
But Mile Brun was adamant "I
where the children were. By the,refuse to indicate where the chil-
summer of 1945the end of the
warshe located Mile. Bran's ad-
dress.
After several months. Mile. Bran
finally replied to Mrs. Fischel's
letters. "In the interest of your
their sons were born; Robert on, nephews." she wrote, "it would be
April 14. 1941. Gerald on July 3.
1942. By that time, Hitler had oc
cupied much of France. The Fin-
alys lived in the Free Zone. But
even there, racial laws had been
promulgated, and it was with some
risk that they insisted on circum-
cision for their children.
In 1944. Hitler finally caught up
better to wait a little longer, when
traveling will be much easier, so
that a member of the family might
come here and recover all that be-
long to the children." The note
ended reassuringly." "Your neph-
ews are Jews; that means they be-
long to their original religion."
But it soon became clear that
with the Finalys. They were deport- Mile. Brun was not anxious at all
ed to Germany and never heard of to restore the children to their
family There was no reply to fur-
ther letters from the Fischels.
again.
Just before his arrest. Dr. Finaly
fearing the worst placed his
children under the protection of a
nursery operated by the Catholic
Charities in a nearby village. Im-
mediately after the arrest, friends
of the Finalys. concerned about the
childrens' safety, put them in the
care of the Dames de Sion in Gre-
noble, a Catholic order which had
already given shelter to other Jew-
ish children. But the Dames de
Sion were equipped to handle chil-
dren of school age only, so the
Finaly children the oldest was
then threewere transferred into
the hands of Mile. Antoinette Bran,
director of Grenoble's municipal
nursery.
Mile. Bran is an efficient civil
servant, a devout Catholic, a spin-
ster with great love for children.
She is a woman of great courage
who saved many young Jews from
the Nazis. She is also a central fig-
ure in the controversy.
Mile. Bran did not adopt the
children personally: she farmed
them out to one institution or an-
other but always kept a close per-
sonal interest in their safety and
welfare.
In February'. 1945. the eldest sis-
ter of Dr. Finaly, a Mrs. Fischel.
of New Zealand, began a search by
mail for the whereabouts of the
Finaly family. From the mayor of
the Grenoble suburb she learned of
the deportation of her brother and
his wife. The mayor wrote her:
"The greatest desire of your broth-
dren are," she said. "I refuse to
submit to the decision of the Court
of Appeal." She promptly appealed
to a higher court.
Meanwhile, ignoring the Court
of Appeal's decision, Mile. Bran,
encouraged and aided by several
priests, sent the children to Bay-
onne near the Spanish border. M.
Keller found out but arrived at
Bavonne too late. In mid-February
1953. in a fierce snowstorm, the
children were taken across the
Pyrenees by a smuggler's route and
hidden in Spain.
With that the affair turned into
a criminal case. Mile. Bran was ar-
rested for illegally retaining pos-
session of the children. And 10
persons including four priests
and a nunwere taken into cus-
tody on charges of having kidnap-
ped the two orphans.
Appeals were made by police of-
ficials and dignitaries of the Jew-
When Mile. Bran's silence became
ominous, the Fischels contacted the
French Red Cross, the District At-
torney in Grenoble and several
Jewish organizations, seeking their
help jish community in Rrance for the
In August. 1946. the French min- \ return of the children. The Church
ister in charge of war victims was j broke its official silence with a
ordered to investigate. The Geno-. statement by the Bishop of Greno-
ble Red Cross reported to Paris ble. speaking for the Archbishop of
that Mile. Bran had, somehow, | Lyons, asking that those holding
Mrs. Frank Heads
Tainara Chapter
Mrs. Max Frank will be installed
as president of the Tamara Chap-
ter, Mizrachi Women, at ceremon-
. ies Sunday eve-
""" ning. 6t30 p.m.,
it the Raleigh
'loteL.
Installing offi-
cer will be Mrs.
Lorraine Danzig,
i a t i o n a I vice
^resident of the
Mizrachi Wom-
an'* Organiza-
ion.
Others to as-
Mn. Freak Ume posts are the
Mesdames Frances Makovsky, 1st
vice president; Shirley Gross, 2nd
vice president; Alice Weinbaum.
3rd vice president; Lily Stone, 4th
vice president.
The Mesdames Gertrude Cohen,
corresponding secretary; Rhoda
Margolies, recording secretary; Lil-
lian Bogdan, financial secretary;
Gertrude Levy, treasurer; Fannie
April, chaplain; Dorothy Burg, pub-
licity; and Fay Koch, social secre-
tary.
Dignified Cola1
Dignity s,d calm'dZ^j
fy council meetinrr,l
gently needed to reflJ?. ** *|
Pi* of this area 2*1^3
date Harold B .Spa* ,!
=paig a!ksPd;-fj|
Spaet. a former ***,.
nicipal court judge *J '
president of ,he *UtM
Association, said the cit,1
coming the laughing stocVi
County because of the
bickering and
squabbling tjj
been elected temporary guardian
of the children at a meeting of a
"family council"a French legal
unit which determines the guard-
the boys in Spain give them up.
Father Michael Riquet, a spokes-
man for the Paris archbishopric,
declared that canon law had been
Gobi Beach Parry Tomorrow
The Young Adult Group of the
Coral Gables Jewish Center will
hold a beach party on Saturday
evening. May 30th. 9 p.m., at Bak-
er's Haulover. The cpmmittee in
charge includes Sandy Silverman,
Muriel Schoenberg and Steve Hutt.
The group will also hold a general
meeting on Wednesday, June 3rd,
8:30 p.m., at 320 Palermo Avenue,
according to Jack Falk, president.
city officials.
Spaet also urged thitiv^
department be removed fn,
tics so that it m.yfunfti '
out outside interference. %
ed to the recent scandals i> i
police department and sadi
such incidents might have 1
avoided if police officials i
lowed to enforce the lav |
fear or favor.
"With the taxes the dm
i Miami Beach are now pariaH
certainly have a right to _
the very best police prouctkiS
thoroughly qualified police 3
dais." Spaet said.
Spaet declared here thai
that, if elected, he would kl
"stabilizing influence to wjj
fleet maturity and unity of 1
Beach to its citizens and I
nation."
Lawrence E. Hoffman, sal i
mander of the Beach Legioal
is Spaet's campaign manasr.'
C. Fogg m. local dairraai
past Exalted Ruler of the Bkj
treasurer.
ianship of orphans. She had been I violated in baptizing the children
elected on the grounds that there
were no close relatives of the chil-
dren alive.
The Red Cross had more infor-
mation about Mile. Bran. She had
no intention of returning the chil-
dren. Her grounds were that she
since there had been no authorize
tion from the parents.
The case created a national
furor. The four imprisoned priests
from the Basque country were
charged specifically with aiding in
the flight across the border. Bas-
had saved them "at the risk of my flue officials demanded their re
own life." that she loved them very' I,ease Otherwise, they warned,
much and was, therefore, entitled
to keep them.
The decision of the "family
court" was considered irregular by
the family, but it hardly knew how
to proceed. Two years later, Mrs.
Hedwig Rossner. a sister of Dr.
Finaly who lives in Israel, asked a
M. Keller, of Grenoble, to help.
M. Keller called on Mile Bran She
refused to tell where the children
were. But she did make the an-
there would be widespread disor-
der throughout the heavily Cath-
olic area. The priests were freed.
Last February 17th, the affair
turned into a political issue. Dep-
uty Alix Berthet. of the anti-cleri-
cal Socialist Party, moved in the
National Assembly that the French
government intervene with church
officials, including the Vatican if
necessary-, to recover the children.
Meanwhile, the minister of jus-
to the courts
overtones. "I
and
had
gave it all its
them christen-
nouncement that threw the case in-1 tice was assigned to meet with rep-
resentatives of Cardinal Gerlier of
Lyon. the Jewish community and
the Finaly family. Eventually there
was agreement between Catholic
officials and the family that the
boys should be returned from
Spain and placed in the hands of a
' neutral organizationneither Cath-
p olic nor Jewishuntil a higher
: court reviewed the Court of Ap-
peal decision.
Last month, to forestall demon
trations or violence, all the persons
arrested were released provision-
ally. But the case had provoked so
much violent feeling and passion-
ate debate that, says Baron de
Rothschild, "one is tempted to give
it the importance of the Dreyfus
or Petain cases." The Baron argues
that French Jews would never ac-
cept forced conversion or violation
of family rights. "After having de-
stroyed the fable of ritual murder
we take a dim view of the reality
of ritual kidnapping."
The controversy con tinues.
Meanwhile, the Finaly boys are still
missing.
Harold Shapiro To Talk
My City, will be the subject of
Harold Shapiro's talk on his radio
program, Meet Your Neighbor,
Sunday, 8:15 p.m., over station
W1NZ.
12
Elect
Your Friend
12
Harold SHAPIRO
. ..: Adv i
DARBY RATHMAN Says
"I invite my many friends from the Community
Center to look into my qualifications and tab
an active interest in my campaign to be elected j
to City Council so that I
can serve you again."
VOTE Jane 2
LEVER 8
D"YRATHMAN
and 3 other GOOD MEN
wwwwwwwv
In recognition of his outstanding services to the Mizrachi Or-
ganization of America, William B. Manischewitz, secretary-
treasurer of the B. Manischewitz Company, has been voted a
lifetime membership in the Mizrachi Organization. Manis-
chewitz, who is chairman of the Publications Committee for
Mizrachi's forthcoming dinner celebrating the laying ol the
cornerstone of Bar Ilan University in Jerusalem, is shown
above (right, center) receiving his certificate of pereptual mem-
bership from Rabbi Mordecai Kirshblum, president of the Miz-
rachi Organization of America. Looking on (left), is Rabbi I. E.
Friedman, Mizrachi's director, and (right) Rabbi Isaac Hecht-
man, director of the New Yoik Region.
THE ANSWER FOR THE GBAD!
ROYAL
PORTABLE
Jht New "Companion" at a
SPECIAL PRICE!
Hold Membership Social
The Miami Beach Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women opened its
weekly menorah card parties at the
Empress Hotel on Wednesday. Pro-
ceeds will be used for B'nai B'rith s
varied program, including Hillel,
Anti-Defamation League, BBYO
and Israel, according to Mrs. Dav-
id Alper, president. Chairmen for
the weekly card parties are Mrs.
Harry Margolin. Mrs. Clare Isaacs
and Mrs. Eva Aschley.

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\TW4my?
'HBlH At.
LEGAL NOTICE
UOTICE BY PUBLICATION
hHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
/ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
IDA, IN AND FOR DADE
1.JTY IN CHANCERY. No. 159784.
HEN ARDITO, Plaintiff,
il\I.A ARDITO, Defendant.
ARM ALA ARIJITO. Via Porta
I Monte Calvarl, #81,
Staples, Italy
arc required to serve a oopv
ir answer to the Hill of Com-
||l f,n- divorce on the plaintiff's
and to file the original ana-
|Jii Ihe office of the Cleric of the
111 Court on or before the 30th
bf June, A.D. 1953; otherwise, the
|,,f Complaint for Divorce, here-
filed herein, will be taken as
.,.i by you.
,i al Miami, Florida, this the
Iday of May, 19J3.
I-;. It. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Made County, Florida.
luit Court Seal)
By: WM. W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk;
ill Address of
tiff's Solicitor:
Vox A. FRIEDMAN
eybolrt Bldg., Miami, Florida
- B/:.-12-l
______I^OAJLHOTICE
NOT,CE wzvJvr^
iJ^SSi^s^!?>
County. Florida------- Vuurl OI Dade
TANEDCOrUoNRTYDJ^E'8
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
fHE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
UND FOR DADE COUNTY,
IDA. IN PROBATC No. 30339-B
: KSTATE OF
[ZABETH Ml BAR, Deceased
: Creditors and All Persons Hav-
| c" cm.- or Demands Against 8ald
and each of 3'ou, are hereby
I and required to present any
and demands which you. or
..f you, may have against the
of ELIZABETH MI'RAR, de-
late of Dado County, Florida,
e Honorable County Judges of
County, and file the same In
Ibffii ei in the County Courthouse
|<|. County, Florida, within eight
lar months from the date of the
publication hereof. Bald claims
Inlands to contain the legal ad-
of the claimant and to be sworn
presented as aforesaid, or same
I ii.n rod.
Ma) 2:.. A.D. 1953.
I* \i"U: MM-:
MRS. ELSIE M. KIXNKY
As Executors of the Last Will
I r< -lament of
ELIZABETH Ml'KAR,
Deceased.
|0N ^ FRIEDMAN
for Kstate of
i M irar
B -12-19
Ing himn'r,3.?'1" AIJ V'-<"> Hav-
Estate demands Against Said
c aims and demands whichi vou or
cither of you. may have against the
to'thi nt'wDt '. FRANK B. I*WLlW CmSTJudges
"' J>ade County, and file the same In
In^Dane".'-0 ",,U". l'"""'-v (''*"
In Dnde ( ounty. Florida, within eight
?l"rl.,tn,l,u:hir,,l!hH f.rm ,hc of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
S^,m?n2" t dress of the claimant and to be sworn
win 1, ,;r,'sc",c'1 a aforesaid, or same
r933ProbaTeedAcrSCC,IOni:,>t,fthe
Date May 14, A.D. 19.13.
JOHN D. FARKAS
AARON FARR
STANLEY C. MYERS
As Executors of the Las*
Will and Testament of
I.OTTIE BROWN.
MYERS. HEIMAN & RAmST"**
6a0 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Flo.
Attorneys for Executors
5/12-29 6/5-12
TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
hi: is IIKKKISY GIVEN that
rili-ik-ned, desiring to engage in
is under thu fictitious name Of
CM. I'lluTO SERVICE, at 716
Ir.et, Miami Beach, Florida, In-
:o register said name with the
of the Circuit Court of Dade
r, Florida,
SAMUEL U LE1NER
HKKTRUDK LEI N EH
M'iNROE S. GUGGENHEIM
HELEN R. GUGGENHEIM
EWBN C. FOSTER
ELIN'tUt FOSTER
I.I i TANNEN
e> for Applicants
jeeunty Hldg., Miami
29 6/J
POTICE BY PUBLICATION
HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
JENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
[IDA. IN AND FOR DADE
JTY IN CHANCERY. No. 159243
Y HARRISON, Plaintiff
Jys.
|L IIAltRISON. Defendant
PKAHI, HARRI80N, 1779 East
St.. Brooklyn. New York
ir,. required to serve a copy of
Insw.r to the Bill of Complaint
von. on the plaintiffs attorney.
file the original answer In the
"f the ci.rk of the Circuit
on or before the 8th day of
A.l> 1953; otherwise, the Bill
iplainl for Divorce, heretofore
ii, will be taken as confessed
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30122-A
In Re: ESTATE OF
SAUL MINSKi IFF, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claim- ami demands which you. or
either of you. may have against the
estate of sail MINKKOFF, deceased
late of Miami Beach, Dado County,
Florida, to the Honorable County
Judges of Dnde County, and file the
same in their office In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication here-
of. Said claims or demands to con-
tain the legal address ol the claimant
and to be sworn to and present! d a-
aforesaid, or same will be barred S. c
Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act.
Date May 12. A.D. 1958.
EMANUEL i:. MINSK >FF,
As Administrator of the
Kstate of
SAIL MINSKOFF. Deceased.
MYERS, HEIMAN .- KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administrator
5/15-22-29 6/0
N0T,CE NANM!FLArW:T,TIOUS
tK^TI,CE.ls HEREBY (JIVEN that
<'.AHt ?.'.', S-NNv Ave-
nue. M|anil, Florida. Intend ,(;nregUer
nf.u ,"amc w."h ,he Ctar* of the Clr-
'Ult Court of Hade County. Flo. !da.
BOL LEVIN
GEORGE COHEN
GEORGE cHERTK^r,ner*
,}-u''ny 'or Applicants *
mIu-SSp ,31'lB Mlaml- "^
NOTICE NJNDEF< FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS HMERe"byVGIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to cnga,e In
business under ihe firtltlou
namo of
^"O?^ 8wOcSntbS a
L-;J-W. 8th Street. Miami. Florida,
Clerk f r,i**B,V Kal'1 name w,th lh
County'.^Vorldl""01"' SS* "'
MELVIN ROSENBERG
KASS & FAS' ,,AnNKSS
Attorneys for Melvin Rosenberg
and Ralph I'arness
5/15-22-29 6/5
r
al Miami, Florida, this the
of May. 1958.
E. It. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Hade County; Florida
Court Seal)
By: WM. W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
and Address of
I'fs Solicitor:
* A FRIEDMAN
yl'ohl Bldg.
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
Douglas ltd., Miami, intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
WILLIAM G. BENJAMIN
STEPHEN F. KESSI.ER
Attorney for Applicant
4 8.W. 22nd Ave.
6/15-22-25 6/S
ITICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
L, ,. NAME LAW
ECE'H HEREBY GIVEN that
joersigned, desiring to engage in
under the fictitious name of
LI N< II ROOM, at 2601 N.W.
''"" Miami, Fla., Intends to
' 1 I name with the Clerk of
rcult Court of Dade County,
J. M. EDWINS,
SILVER 80'e Wner
bbold nidg.
r32. Fla.
2-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PAL'-LEE-JAY APTS., at 900 Penn-
sylvania Avenue, Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
HARRY EDELMAN'
SARAH EDELMAN
ARTHUR D FRISHMAN
Attorney for Harry Edelman and
Sarah Edelman
480 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Ha.
5/8-13-22-2:1 ______
i?,THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
rrToHr,J.Ur?JC,AL CIRCUIT. IN iei5
CHANrVDBVCOUNTV' FLC""f>*- 'N
t-MANCERY. No iv)4Vi
MIZPAII VIOLA JOHNSTON JACkT
v Plaintiff.
ROBERT M. JACK, Defendant.
*. RDER FOR PUBLICATION
TO: ROBERT M. JACK'
In care of II. E. Jack
181% King Street W.
Duiidas, Ontario, Canada
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a- Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
answer or pleading to the Bill of 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 (alien against you.
DATED at -Miami, Florida, Mav
!3th, 1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
I 'ado County, Florida
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
By V. 1!. MAC LAREN
Deputy Clerk
.-.,15-22-29 I/O
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 30215-A
In' Re: ESTATE OF
SADIE FRIEDMAN, Deceased
T.i All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing CHalnis or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to .present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of SADIE FRIEDMAN, deceas-
ed late of Dade County. Florida, to
the Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in their
offices In the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Date May 7th. A.D. 1953.
S. M. MACHTEI.
As Administrator of the
Estate of
SADIE FRIEDMAN. Deceased
ROSENHOUSE ROSENHOUSE
Attorneys for Administrator of the
Estate of Sadie Friedman. Deceased
913-16 Olympla Building, Miami, Fla.
5/15-22-29 6/5
LT, J,J1E...'RCUIT COURT OF THE
f fcf^f-K JUD'C'AL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR.
IDA. AT LAW. No. 28318-A
COOLTRONIC CORPORATION
"1 AMERICA, a Florida
corporation, Plaintiff
vs.
UNITED STATES AIR
CONDITIONING CORPORATION,
a corporation, I>efendant
AMENDED NOTICE BY
mn PUBLICATION
TO: I NITED STATES AIR CON-
DITION1NG CORPORATION
Como Avenue S.E. at 33rd
Minneapolis 14, Minnesota
.uYUL ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
tnat a complaint for damages has been
;!I!,.a5a,n8t you "y COOLTRONIC
< oltPoltATION OF AMERICA, n
Florida corporation, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your answer
or other responsive pleadings thereto
''.". ,l,;'.'",l"'> attorneys. ROTH AND
FABBR, 412 Congress Building. Mi-
ami, Florida, and file the original In
the office of the Clerk of the above
(ourt on or before the 22nd day of
June. 1953: otherwise a default will
be entered against you.
Dated this 18th day of Mav. 1953.
E. H. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: WM. W. STOCKING,
5/22-29 6/5-12 UePU,y ^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS !
NAME LAW
NOTICEsJH HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
KEN LAST & CO. (Not Inc.), at 4825
N.W. l,th Avenue. Miami .Florida,
intends to register said name with the
t lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
,.,..,.. KENNETH M. LAST
MYERS, 11 Hi.MAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Owner
5/29 6/3-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha't
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
AMERICAN PLASTIC CO., at 2809
S.W. "2nd Avenue, Miami, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida,.
F. BENJAMIN I-El.DMAN
5'29 6/5-12-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MIKES FOOD CENTER, at 1148 S.W.
27th Ave., Miami. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Daile County. Florida
ROMAN PRE8TUBA
STEPHEN F. KESSLER
Attorney for Applicant >
I S.W. 22nd Ave.
5 29 6/5-12-19
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
IJSONARD GRUNDT
IRVING KASTER
SEYMOUR A. GOPMAN
Attorney for 'Annllcants
One Lincoln Road Bldg.
5/8-15-22-29. .
rICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
,.. NAME LAW
< 1. is HEREBY GIVEN that
['"Mimed, desiring to engage In
ti-Ji'i the fictitious name of
'I, A. BAR. at 6309 N.W. 7th
,."", to register said name
,. ,' i-rk of the Circuit Court of
f-ounty, Florida:
JOSEPH DE LUCC1A
,,... 1 ATRICIA DE LUCCIA
"N F. KESSLER
%'"! Applicants
22nd Ave.
Bt-SI
'In.
ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
s HEREBY GIVEN that
"tnod. desiring to engage rn
! Ihe fictitious name of
. '"'MI> KOSHER MEAT
,'TS; OF FLORIDA, nt 1987
wiik' '"tenda to register sbTB
of i,. ',he Clerk, of the Circuit
"'I;' County, Florida.
fEACoAHT MEAT AND
I ROV'ISION COMPANY
3 1 .a.>,orU1 Corporation
1.1 I.LI,
mi Si. A>I>"c*nt
!.'a*,er
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 159105
FLORENCE RUTH HASLER.
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOHN WILLIAM HASLER, JR.
Defendant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
YOU JOHN WILLIAM HASLER,
JR., c/o Sweeney, 527 South
14th Street, Newark, New
Jersey
are hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiff's attorney. MAX B, 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. 1953. If you fall to do so,
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded In
the Bill" of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 1st day of .May. 19a3.
E. H. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
By M C. GREEN.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
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 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 Applicants
1404 Blscayne Building
5/8-13-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BROWNIE'S MEN'S WEAK, at 482
Fisherman Street, Opa Locka, Flor-
ida, Intend to register said name with
the ClerK of ihe Circuit of Court of
Dade County. Florida.
JOSEPH S. BROWN
MORTON HOLZMAN
HITTNER & HUTNER ,
J20 Olympla Bldg.. Miami. Fla.
Attorneys for Brownie's Men's Wear
5/8-15-22-3? .. ._________.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ALBORN PLASTERERS, at 1801 S.W.
32nd Avenue. Miami, Intends to regls-
sald name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
ALAN BORNSTE1N
Sole Owner
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant > >
630 Seybold. Bldg.
5,22-29 541
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 Countv,'
Florida.
JOHN and CONNIE CLIFFORD'
STEPHEN F. KESSLER ""*'.
Attorney for Applicants
4 S.W. 22nd Ave.
5/15-22-29 6/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that.
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
DARJAN OF MIAMI, at 2790 WW 32nd-
Court, Miami, Florida, intends to reg-.
Ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit (^>urt of Dade County, Florida.
MURIEL TENDER
SUE MILLER
HUTNER AND HUTNER
Attorneys for Darjan of Miami
320 Olympla Building, Miami 32, Fla.
.15-22-29 6/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name -of-
RKJKY 'SIES F MIAMI, at 35 N.E.
2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends
to register said name with the Clerk1
of the Circuit Court of Dade' County.'
Florida.
SIDNEY MEDNICK, Sole Owner
MARX M. FABER
Attorney for Applicant
412 Congress Btdg., Miami, Florida
5,15-22-29 6/3
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 345-347 N.E.
2nd Ave., intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit,
Count of Dade County, Florida. ,
ANTHONY F. MURINE
STEPHEN F. KESSLER
Attorney for Applicant
I S.W. 22nd Ave.
5 8-16-22-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MALAYAN LOtfNOE, 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 Tjelloa. President.
QBOBQE CHERTKOF
Attorney for Savoy Enterprises Inc.
07-11 Olympla Bldg. Miami, Fla.
IJ/8-15-2J-t
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. SSth 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 TO CREDITORS
COUNTY JUDGES' COURT, DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA, Probate 29977A
Re ESTATE OF
YKTTA EDEL18TEIN, Deceased
To all persons having claims or de-
agalnst said estate- You are
notified to file your said clafnis in the
office of the County Judges of Dade
.'ounty Court House, Miami, Florida,
within S calendar months from the
time of first publication of this notice.
Mav It, 1953, or same will be barred,
/s/ 8AD1E FEUNSMITH, Executrix
JOSEPH ZEMEI.
Attorney- for Executrix
05 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
5/22-29 t/l-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CORONET MOTORS. LTD.. at 913
41st Street. Miami Beach, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
CORONET MOTORS'. INC
a Florida Horporatlon
THEODORE R. NELSON
Attorney -for Applicant
One Lincoln Road Bldg.
Miami -Beach. Fla.
5/22-29 6/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
A. M. TEXACO SERVICE, at 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. RICH BY, JR.
DORIS P. RICHEY
RlYTTARD KRIEOER FINK
Attorney for A. M. Texaco Service
412 Congress Building. M^aml, Florida
5,15-22-29 8/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HARLEM CLOTHING CENTER, at
1337-39 N.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami, in-
tend to reglstev said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
LOUIS RE1SMAN
KSTHER REISMAN
22.-29 l/S-rl
NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
y virtue of chapter 678 of Florida
Annotated (1541). Ware-
housemen and Warehouse Receipts,
wherein A. O. TRANSFER A WARE-
HOUSE CO., INC., a Florida corpora-
tion, by virtue of its warehouse lien,
has In Its possession the following
ii. 1 ribed property:
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APPLIANCES
USED HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS
as the property of ARTIE & MARTiE.,
N.W. 27th Avenue and l:I7th Street.
ipa Locka, Florida: and thai on tin*
,st day of June, 1953 during the legal,
hours of sale, mainly between 11:00
'orenoon and 2:00 in the afternoon,
it 2049 X. Miami Avenue. Miami. Flor-
,da. the undersigned shall offer for
sale to the highest bidder for cash,
m hand the above described property
is the property of Artie & Martie.
DATED at Miami, Florida, this 18th
lay of May. 1953. __
A. O. TRANSFER &
WAREHOUSE CO., INC. .
./22-29 _________|___________.
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DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA ,
CHANCERY No. 15954(3
EDITH M. BATTAILLE, Plaintiff
BROOKLYN C. BATTAILLE,
Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: BROOKLYN C. BATTAILLE
603 Summit Avenue
Greensboro. North Carolina
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your Answer to the Complaint for.
Divorce with the Clerk of the above
Court and serve a copy thereof upon
KEHSLER AND OARsi. Attorneys tor-
Plaintiff, 4 S.W. 22nd Avenue ..iiaml,.
Florida, on or before the 29th day of
June. 1953, else complaint will bo taken
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GLOBAL SHORTS
Einstein Urges Support Of University
NEW YORK (JTA)Professor Albert Einstein told a nationwide
audience this week that in order for Israel "to achieve real indepen-
dence and conserve it, there must be a group of intellectuals and
experts produced in the country itself." He added that "it is the main
task of the Hebrew University to produce them." Dr. Einstein, who is
honorary chairman of the University's Board of Governors and honor-
ary president of the American Friends of the Hebrew University, spoke
by telephone-amplifier hookup to membership mobilization meetings
held throughout the United States.
Religions Leaders Plead For Rabbi
WASHINGTON (JTA>-;A group of American Orthodox Rabbis and
lay leaders called en Israel Ambassador Abba Eban here this week to
complain against toe three-month prison sentence imposed by an
Israel court on Rabbi Israel Grossman who objected to the drafting of
women on religious grounds. The delegation was headed by Michael
Tress, president of the Agudath Israel of America, and Dr. Sampson
Weiss, director of the National Council of Young Israel. A spokesman
for the Embassy said that Rabbi Grossman is not actually imprisoned
but is free on bond.
>>.
Stassen Will Address III Parley
NEW YORK (JTA>Harold E. Stassen, United States director for
Mutual Security who visited Israel with Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles, will address the United Jewish Appeal's emergency National
Action Conference in Washington. The conference-will take place on
June 6th and 7th. The two-day emergency conference, with an ex-
pected attendance of more than 750 regional, state and local leaders,
will terminate the UJA's current special drive for $25,000,000 in cash
launched on May 1st.
Seven Nazis On Trial In Germany
DORTMUND (JTA)Seven leaders of the Reich Movement, a
Nazi underground group active in the Ruhr area, went on trial this
week here. They are accused of distributing anti-Semitic and Nazi pro-
paganda throughout the Ruhr from 1949 until their arrest last year.
The most prominent of the defendants are Heinrich Vetter, a former
Deputy Chief of the Nazi Party in Southern Westphalia, and Dr. Otto
Bouecke, one-time Nazi mayor of the industrial city of Luedenschied.
Meanwhile, a new move has been made to unite the numerous neo-
Nazi splinter groups in West Germany with the organization of a
Reichsblock. One of the leaders of this new group is Wolfgang Hedler,
one-time deputy in the Bonn Parliament who was released from jail
for Jew-baiting activities two months ago.
Israel Objeets To Indian Statements
TEL AVIV (JTA)The Israel Foreign Mini story took exception last
week to a statement in the Indian Parliament by an Indian Govern-
ment spokesman that a large number of Indian Jews who had migrated
to Israel had returned to India because they met a "color bar" in the
Jewish State. The Israel spokesman accused the Indian representative
of having spoken hastily without a proper investigation of the charges.
"It is known that only the smallest portion of the Indian immigrants
to Israel have returned to India, while the majority are integrated in
Israeli life and are now happy citizens," the Israeli declared.
Or. Glueek \ anted I nion President
LONDON (JTA)Dr. Nelson Glueck, of Cincinnati, president of the
Hebrew Union College, has been nominated for the presidency of the
World Union for Progressive Judaism, it was announced here at the
offices of the Union. His election will take place at the world confer-
ence of the Union to be held in London in July. The conference will
also be asked to elect Dr. Leo Baeck. whom Dr. Glueck succeeds as
honorary life president.
Mexican-Jewish Leader Gives Fund
MEXICO CITY (JTA)Elias Sourasky, Jewish philanthropist and
Zionist leader, announced establishment this week of a 1,000,000 pew
foundation for Jewish communal and philanthropic purposes. The
foundation will bear the name of his only son, Jacob Sourasky, who
died last year. Interest and dividends accruing to the fund will be dis-
tributed among various Jewish organizations and institutions here by a
committee which will be formed soon to administer the, foundation.
Urges Admission Off More Aliens
WASHINGTON (JTA)Acting Secretary of State Walter Bedell
Smith testified this week before the House Judiciary Committee in
favor of emergency legislation requested by President Eisenhower to
to admit 240,000 aliens above normal quotas in the next two years. He
said that enactment of the legislation would be a blow against Com-
munism. Representative Francis E. Walter, of Pennsylvania, co-author
of the McCarran-Walter Immigration Act and a power in the House on I
immigration matters, was skeptical whether what he termed the "ges-'
ture" embodied in the bill would do anything to make the twenty-two
nations represented on the Inter-Governmental Committee for Euro-
pean Migration to accept more immigrants.
Move To Ran Rlas On Campas
MINNEAPOLIS (JTA)Moves to speed up elimination of dis-
criminatory clauses in the charters of fraternities, sororities and other
organizations on the University of Minnesota campus were taken here
this week by the Senate Committee on Student Affairs at the university.
The committee, composed equally of students and faculty members,
named a sub-committee to act on enforcement of the University's five
year-old policy of elimination of discrimination.
Rabbi To Aeeept Bonn Decoration
LONDON (JTA)Dr. Leo Baeck, leader of Progressive Jewry and
for many years during the Nazi regime a rally point for the Jews in
Germany, has agreed to accept from West German President Theodor
Heuss the German Grand Order of Merit and Star on the occasion of
his 80th birthday, it is understood here. This will be the first time that
a Jewish religious leader will have been decorated by the German
Federal Republic. Dr. Baeck was arrested by the Gestapo several times
and finally deported to the Thereseinstadt concentration camp where
he was one of the handful of survivors at the end of the war.

Community graduation exercises held at the Miami Woman's Club under the sponso
the Bureau ol Jewiah Education included students ol the Beth El Religious School
above deft to right) are Rabbi Shmaxyahu Swir sky, Beth El spiritual leader, Marilyn D*
Robert Kuntz, Roberta Rand, Sandra Hantman, Stephanie Gladstone. Frances Sternsheni
Reverend George Goldberg. ______________________________________________
Registration On
At Academy
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal, today announced that regis-
rtation for the Fall semester is now
going on at the Hebrew Academy.
The semester will include a full
eight-year elementary school pro-
gram from kindergarten age
through the eighth grade.
Rabbi Gross said that prospective
pupils without previous Hebrew
training must register by June
30th. He added that children be-
yond the third grade in their Eng-
lish studies, lacking previous basic
Hebrew instruction, will not be ac-
cepted for the Fall term.
For the coming semester, he
said, "a first come, first served
oolicy will guide our Admissions
Committee in accepting new pu-
>ils."
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1£ PAGE 6 A .. • Kkvistncrk&M "UDAY. MAY 23,, V ^ *> v Mr. and MTS. Michael M Allen are now honeymooning in Europe. The bride is the former Mrs. Ann Weiner. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Barnet Losky. New York. The wedding took place in the Empress Hotel on May 10th. When the couple return, they wffl reside at 420 West 51st Street Miami Beech. Hebrew Free Loan AJfcrir The Greater Miami Hebrew Free -. AociaUor. :> >pvnsoring a boat nde on Sunday. May 31>t. at 4 30 p.m The Dream Boat will leave from Pier 10. City Yacht Ba:r. lr. chart* of tickets are Mr1 iHti -. Isidore SchwarU and lira Anna Block Honeymooning in California are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Randolph Pathman. The bride is the farmer lane Eton Jafie. daughter of Mrs. Louis Pixitr. Mr. Pathman is the son of the Henry Pathmans, 4545 Nautilus Court Miami Beach. The wedding took place in the Fairmont Club in Birmingham. Alabama, on May 3rd. On their return, the couple will reside in Surfside Beach. Saturday morning services at the Miami Beach Jewish Center were conducted last week by (left to right) Harold Shapiro. Rabbi Irving Lehrman pnd Frank Gordon. Shapiro is commander of the Miami Beach Post of the Jewish War Veterans, and Gordon is senior vice commander. The services were dedicated to Jewish soldiers who have fa llen in battle. Durbrow Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Pearl Durbrow. formerly of 2501 S.W. 24th Avenue, will take place Sunday. May 31st. 130 p.m.. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. *"th Rabbi Morris '.Skop officiating. Mrs. Durbrow is survived by her husband. Isidore, one daughter. Mrs. Lillian White. land one son. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Beth Tfilah Boatride The Sisterhood of Beth Tfilah Congregation will hold a boar ride on the Seven Sea* this Sunday at 5 p.m. In charge of tickets is Mrs. Rachel Katr president. Hialeah Closing Exercises Closing exercises of the HialeahMiami Springs Religious School will be held on Sunday morning Sukloff Unveiling The dedication of a monument t to the memory of the late Norman j Sukloff, formerly of 825 Washing i ton Avenue. Miami Beach, will take place Sunday. May 31st. 10 a.m.. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery", with Rabbi | Moses" Mescheloff officiating. Mr. Sukloff is survived by three sons. .Louis, of Toronto, Canada, William, of Baltimore. Md.. and Frank Sutton. of Miami Beach; also one sister, Mrs. Fannie Green, of Montreal, Canada. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. 'isi M.ATXO MEAL Part. white fast rfffcf / I deol ler' b reeding" ch+p s, cwtiets, croqvttts. Grmd for df rtdfs. k D E f I o I \ UtMOH I • T | I TASTE" Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS. INC. 14 NX. 24th St. Miami 37. Flo. Phone 3-6888 2ke ft letter.' iaJre H Quaker! Bake I KSSJMH Philip SpiroBar Mitzvah Tomor Philip NOrman Spiro. mi and Mr? M J Spiro. 21901 Street, will become Bar 1 Saturday morning. May Beth David Congregation Max Shapiro will officiate. The Bar Mitzvah is a i grade itudent at ShenanMl lor High School He will | from the Beth David School on May 31st A rrapiaf the PincuI'uchkoff Award granted him for the I time. Philip also was gna] Jewish Flondian Priwfor! ship during the community | ation exercise? at the Miami en's Club last week The Bar Mitzvah will reaij Haftorah and Kiddushwffll the serv ice Dr. and Mn I Katr. of N<* York City, a] Godpart: Going Formal? Shown above is Councilman Bernard A. Frank (canter) being told by Florida Sun Publisher Leon McAskul (left) and Miami Beach Mayor D. Lee Powell (right) that thay aia supporting his candidacy tor re-election. The a —— caught them at a Sans Souci party hosted by S. I. Halperin. Fortr-il Weir that ie feniy cleaned, imartly styled, properly fitted. Complete outfit*. Including shoes. u PHONE 48-2W NIVERSfl MEN'S tttM Pone* D Lwa' "^ Coral Gab* THE RICHARD STORY L %  eats JaaktaM 27 Tn. %  W re r-MtT ef FWiaa In Sckwel • COT NNt AT AM 21 eeVg*eo^e*V^eSjde%g\ t^ f^0^^^t^m MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW! for eho • % %  ivi •*ai > <*sa*aT>v~* %  >* whe> CMM act at COMPANION HOUSEKEEPER Call S4S74 YOU WILL FIND THE MOST COMPLETE SELECTION of BOYS AND GIBLS WEAR ON MIAMI at MORRIS BROTHERS MIAMI 1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE a* aw ef a FOR RENT ^ONSHII^ %  rejc US pat. off. n.



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PAGE 4 A 9>Jmlstifhr/d*af7 %  %  FRIDAY wjemst tletidian Published every Friday aince 1(27 by the Jewish Fioridian at 110 N. C. Sixth Street, Miami IS, Florida Entered aa aecond-dasa matter July 4, 1S0, at the Poat Office of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March 3. 187*. The Jewish Fioridcan has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewisb Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide Newa Service, National Editorial Aasociation, Amer. lean Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, Florida Press Association. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editor OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141 — 2-8212 The Jewish FWIdian dnea not auarantee the Kaahrulh of the merrhandnte advertised In lti columna. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year SS.00 Two Vsr 5.00 MAT; ^w^v^ww^v During The Week... A 8 1 a BT LEO MINDLIN Friday, May 29, 1953 Volume 27 Number 22 Si van 15, 5713 The Arab Refugees The Senate Foreign Relations Committee heard strong attacks launched against Israel this week by pro-Arab elements who testified that the Near Eastern refugee problem is being totally ignored. For the longest time, the Jewish State has been attempting to settle the refugee issue. Israeli leaders have made offers of indemnity to Palestinian Arabs who fled during the War of Liberation and who subseguently failed to return. The fact of the matter is that a well-integrated Arab population exists in the Jewish State at the present time, that it benefits from the Israeli public health and education system and that it is represented in the Parliament. Moslem leaders, seeking to use the refugee issue as a political lever, ignore this aspect of the situation and confine their propagandists efforts to the displaced persons who would rather not return to the poverty and disease prevalent in the Arab League nations and who fear going back to Israel as a result of distrust engendered by Moslem intimidation. The Senate Foreign Relations Committee heard Monsignor Thomas J. McMahon, of the Near Eastern Welfare Society, in testimony which virtually ignored the refugees for whose fate he is seemingly concerned and who declared, instead, that Christian claims in the Holy Land could not be ignored. Other witnesses, including Stephen B. L. Penrose, president of the American University of Beirut, challenged Israel's position that it could not accept the return of the Arab refugees on the ground that it has no room. If Israeli leaders request the release of 2,500,000 Jews behind the Iron Curtain for immigration, he said, then their arguments are false. This is a typical example of propagandistic hair-splitting which denies the essential function of the Jewish State — the ingathering of exiles from the world over. But worse, it continues to ignore Israel's willingness to deal with the refugee problem while charging that no such willingness exists. It is to be hoped that Secretary of State John Foster Dulles' fact-finding tour will reveal these and other duplicities to the US Government. A Senate proposal this week for an on-the-spot survey of the problem points to the fact that some doubt exists about the claims of Arab supporters here. The Home And Expansion The Greater Miami Jewish Federation has approved the Jewish Home for the Aged's current expansion plan. The Federation .Executive Committee has given the go ahead on these three proposals: Setting up of a joint Home-Federation Committee to develop a master architectural plan for a new home of some 125 beds at Douglas Gardens. Building the Jack Ablin Memorial Infirmary as soon as the master plan is completed. A public campaign of S50.000 to enable the home to reach the goal of approximately $125,000 needed to construct and equip the infirmary. Our community is growing rapidly. A principle indication of this is its concern for the area's aged. While Miami is bent on economic expansion, it also demonstrates a social awareness which belies its relative youth. The balance between persons of retirement age living here and those who are vigorously productive seems to be changing. A healthy sign of this change is that the aged are not being forgotten. We feel sure that it will make Miami a better place in which to live for everyone. The Jack Ablin Infirmary will do much to make the Jewish Home for the Aged a more complete institution for the care 9*4-1 BOY. THE DOLLAR SURE STRETCHES A LONG WAY, OUT HERE iatit Your Ballot Two issues must be decided by Greater Miami residents within the next ten days. On June 2nd, Miami Beach residents must place into city council posts four persons to fill existing vacancies. On June 9th, Miami voters will express their opinions in a referendum on the proposed City of Miami-Dade County merger. Sixteen candidates are seeking councilmanic office on the Beach. Residents will have to choose four favorites from the held on the basis of a campaign that has been more dignified than most others in the past. The fact that the candidates have generally confined their remarks to issues rather than to personality assassinations bespeaks the growing respect Miami Beach voters entertain for their home city and the thoughtful action office-seekers recognize they must now bring to political contests. It would be unwise for voters to trade away this dignity by failing to vote. The outcome of the balloting will determine the character of the Miami Beach City Council. We also respectfully urge Miami residents to participate in the June 9th referendum. The proposed merger plan precipitated a tremendous controversy in Tallahassee. Qualified persons demanded and received the opportunity to express their opinions for or against consolidation. The area marshalled its forces against any action in this regard without a general election. Failing to participate will mean that the wrath expressed here were meaningless words. Voting on June 9th will produce a truly representative opinion on how Miami feels about merging with Dade County. This is too important an issue for the area to ignore. tl 111 I SI The Venerable Dr. Kaplan Florida's Dean of Rabbis, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, has again been named president of the Association of Florida Rabbis, an organization he was responsible for founding. The venerable spiritual leader, who is in his late seventies, still retains a vigorous position in Florida Jewry's religious life. Rabbi Emeritus of Miami's Temple Israel, he has brought to bear his influence on educational and cultural activity throughout our area, as well as the State. We congratulate Dr. Kaplan on his latest recognition and wish him many more fruitful MIAMI BEACH LODGE OF B'NAI BRlTHTTIr'^M ing ceremonies at the Saxony Hotel on Sunday ever, "^taM was United States Senator from Florida George c" g Cut "J"' seems to have run the gamut of prevailing politicalTr!I ^K its officers and membership invited Claude Pepper n Hi' The appearance here of Senator Smathers brought r | !f dw, the distinction between what is popularly cnn s iH Pr i! ,!,'* "conservative" attitudes. aered MB I recall vividly Mr. Pepper's impassioned avowal. n i ^. Jl New Deal administrations. It was under them that the f *§ Senator waxed powerful and that his name became svnn I progressive government. It was also under them that h^^B declined, ultimately giving way completely to Smathers' nJJ victory in 1950. The issues that removed him from the (^""S over a period of 14 years are precisely those that brought, 7M of Democratic Party rule to a sharp halt last NovembTjJ Smathers' major address here Sunday evening svmbolued nM change in recent American politics. The Senator's unflinching reiteration of his principle, the measure of his sincerity. It opposed in everv conceivable 3 the precepts laid down by Mr. Pepper last year But there are uM distinctions in governmental philosophies. The defeated DemonM lay a good deal of the blame for his political demise on the MI he spoke only softly about the explosive civil rights issue *k counted most. Senator Smathers, on the other hand, is f ar | ea ji servative" than has been popularly imagined. In genera), however, one must regard the Florida Setasfl standing opposed to a number of his party's planks. \Verefc|l paigning for election fn 1952, Senator Smathers would have (dl the line of many of his Southern colleagues who brought theird t to President Eisenhower in the name of States' Rights. THE SENATOR SAID HE WOULD AVOID discussion of J policy or national administrative problems and concentrate a| meaning of B'nai B'rith instead. At the outset, this seemed soaaB purposeless, for his subsequent review of the fraternal orderijfl did little more than clarify the matter for himself But his ob*n9 on the Anti-Defamation League inevitably led him into re marts afl Europe and the Near East. Particularly, he mentioned tie mM Soviet attack against the Zionist movement and this cirnsiaH brought the Senator squarely onto the issue of prejudice and{eaafl In this regard, he mentioned the need for continued AOlaJ lance here as a safeguard against discrimination His frank adaal that bias manifests itself in America toward specific racial andkfl ious groups and his stated contempt for it may have surpnsedafl persons who identify Senator Smathers with total Peep S->uthaOXasaH But his immediate attack by implication of FEI'C placed haiM apparently indefr-nsible position. While calling for a complete ajfl ization against intolerance and bigotry, he spoke out against tteifl legislation designed to implement it. We can not accept, he said, any law aimed at telling us "irtafl love or whom to employ." Senator Smathers' position is that Ftafl civil rights laws must inevitably encroach upon the freedom of tM and individuals, for the constant addition of power to the urafl government leads our country away from the principal of dftaj ation This is precisely the argument of those who oppose FEPCaB the banner of States' Rights. But what needs clarification istheafl behind such opposition If decentralization is truly the issue,tkofl begins to wonder about the snail's pace the several states are %  in their fight against prejudice. Senator Smathers' reference to bigotry abroad dealt wiftli specific experiences. There, it seemed, he did nut have to treafsj as a means of bypassing the thorny civil rights question-** • has an equally thorny political overtone. Quoting from offidaMl Department reports, he lashed out against the Russian abandaSJ of Israel's friendship and examined in detail statements rtsaj anti-Semitism in the USSR. It was his own choice of the wort IB cide" in this context that took him from the safe ground Sal Smathers assumed he was passing. >>€ IT WOULD BE DIFFICULT TO SURMISE the attitude I 3 Smathers entertains toward genocide. Theoretically, one iW"j> (hat he rigorously opposes it on Intellectual grounds. But h %  j to mention the UN Genocide Convention made less striking nsj. j demand for constant safeguards against bigotry. The fact renutSJ I the US Government has not seen fit to support the convent* j prevalent explanation for such non-support is that the genoc*B might place the American civil rights issue into the hands of W| Nations surveillance. The Senator Bricker Resolution, which **m at destroying any US move in the direction of underwriting u*p publicly avoided any equation of genocide with civil rights and against our nation's interference into the internal affairs of ou*i ernments instead. If Senator Smathers considered the Bricker Resolution *M may presumably have thought in terms of States' Rights on scale. But America's spurning of the convention has struck aaj blow at Washington leadership on the international scene mm ticularly with regard to Human Rights. It would have been n the Senator to clarify his stand here. In the final analysis, it seemed generally difficult to ra* Senator Smathers' ardent sympathies for an effective me *^| batting prejudice with his attitudes relating to indiwdua I "*""J decentralization. His contempt for all legislation ^"'''"JL jl to love or whom to employ" struck a strange note in an ad ore* -j an organization one of whose principal arms is anti-defam* *jl ity. The issue of Federal power as opposed to a decreasuuJ • %  State residual power was not strong enough to silence it. J jn Declaring that B'nai B'rith waa pledged to rectify J"J3 differences among races and religions, Senator Sm,t ,1^1 the hope for its continued work in this area of endeavor ^ it with the need to alert all mankind to the dangers "^ gil ui, teach us," he said. The bitterly humorous fact is tnai fc g has long been a proponent of FEPC and civil rights I'P'f. face of thrs, the Senator's request seemed impossible. ">** ,J But Senator Smathers must certainly be applauded l JA lectdal honesty. He clearly refrained from coloring *" of! make them completely identifiable with those of U* or *j^ ,f m addressed And he left much food for thought in the '*L|j| "Wapollticai opponents who, in BQlftc circ les, hfWr !" %  '% %  n 11 % 



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PAGE 12 B frirfrr**"'iteGLOBAL SHORTS Einstein Urges Support Of University NEW YORK (JTA)—Professor Albert Einstein told a nationwide audience this week that in order for Israel "to achieve real independence and conserve it, there must be a group of intellectuals and experts produced in the country itself." He added that "it is the main task of the Hebrew University to produce them." Dr. Einstein, who is honorary chairman of the University's Board of Governors and honorary president of the American Friends of the Hebrew University, spoke by telephone-amplifier hookup to membership mobilization meetings held throughout the United States. Religions Leaders Plead For Rabbi WASHINGTON (JTA>-;A group of American Orthodox Rabbis and lay leaders called en Israel Ambassador Abba Eban here this week to complain against toe three-month prison sentence imposed by an Israel court on Rabbi Israel Grossman who objected to the drafting of women on religious grounds. The delegation was headed by Michael Tress, president of the Agudath Israel of America, and Dr. Sampson Weiss, director of the National Council of Young Israel. A spokesman for the Embassy said that Rabbi Grossman is not actually imprisoned but is free on bond. >>€. Stassen Will Address III Parley NEW YORK (JTA>—Harold E. Stassen, United States director for Mutual Security who visited Israel with Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, will address the United Jewish Appeal's emergency National Action Conference in Washington. The conference-will take place on June 6th and 7th. The two-day emergency conference, with an expected attendance of more than 750 regional, state and local leaders, will terminate the UJA's current special drive for $25,000,000 in cash launched on May 1st. Seven Nazis On Trial In Germany DORTMUND (JTA)—Seven leaders of the Reich Movement, a Nazi underground group active in the Ruhr area, went on trial this week here. They are accused of distributing anti-Semitic and Nazi propaganda throughout the Ruhr from 1949 until their arrest last year. The most prominent of the defendants are Heinrich Vetter, a former Deputy Chief of the Nazi Party in Southern Westphalia, and Dr. Otto Bouecke, one-time Nazi mayor of the industrial city of Luedenschied. Meanwhile, a new move has been made to unite the numerous neoNazi splinter groups in West Germany with the organization of a Reichsblock. One of the leaders of this new group is Wolfgang Hedler, one-time deputy in the Bonn Parliament who was released from jail for Jew-baiting activities two months ago. Israel Objeets To Indian Statements TEL AVIV (JTA)—The Israel Foreign Mini story took exception last week to a statement in the Indian Parliament by an Indian Government spokesman that a large number of Indian Jews who had migrated to Israel had returned to India because they met a "color bar" in the Jewish State. The Israel spokesman accused the Indian representative of having spoken hastily without a proper investigation of the charges. "It is known that only the smallest portion of the Indian immigrants to Israel have returned to India, while the majority are integrated in Israeli life and are now happy citizens," the Israeli declared. Or. Glueek \ anted I nion President LONDON (JTA)—Dr. Nelson Glueck, of Cincinnati, president of the Hebrew Union College, has been nominated for the presidency of the World Union for Progressive Judaism, it was announced here at the offices of the Union. His election will take place at the world conference of the Union to be held in London in July. The conference will also be asked to elect Dr. Leo Baeck. whom Dr. Glueck succeeds as honorary life president. Mexican-Jewish Leader Gives Fund MEXICO CITY (JTA)—Elias Sourasky, Jewish philanthropist and Zionist leader, announced establishment this week of a 1,000,000 pew foundation for Jewish communal and philanthropic purposes. The foundation will bear the name of his only son, Jacob Sourasky, who died last year. Interest and dividends accruing to the fund will be distributed among various Jewish organizations and institutions here by a committee which will be formed soon to administer the, foundation. Urges Admission Off More Aliens WASHINGTON (JTA)—Acting Secretary of State Walter Bedell Smith testified this week before the House Judiciary Committee in favor of emergency legislation requested by President Eisenhower to to admit 240,000 aliens above normal quotas in the next two years. He said that enactment of the legislation would be a blow against Communism. Representative Francis E. Walter, of Pennsylvania, co-author of the McCarran-Walter Immigration Act and a power in the House on I immigration matters, was skeptical whether what he termed the "ges-' ture" embodied in the bill would do anything to make the twenty-two nations represented on the Inter-Governmental Committee for European Migration to accept more immigrants. Move To Ran Rlas On Campas MINNEAPOLIS (JTA)—Moves to speed up elimination of discriminatory clauses in the charters of fraternities, sororities and other organizations on the University of Minnesota campus were taken here this week by the Senate Committee on Student Affairs at the university. The committee, composed equally of students and faculty members, named a sub-committee to act on enforcement of the University's five year-old policy of elimination of discrimination. Rabbi To Aeeept Bonn Decoration LONDON (JTA)—Dr. Leo Baeck, leader of Progressive Jewry and for many years during the Nazi regime a rally point for the Jews in Germany, has agreed to accept from West German President Theodor Heuss the German Grand Order of Merit and Star on the occasion of his 80th birthday, it is understood here. This will be the first time that a Jewish religious leader will have been decorated by the German Federal Republic. Dr. Baeck was arrested by the Gestapo several times and finally deported to the Thereseinstadt concentration camp where he was one of the handful of survivors at the end of the war. Community graduation exercises held at the Miami Woman's Club under the sponso the Bureau ol Jewiah Education included students ol the Beth El Religious School above deft to right) are Rabbi Shmaxyahu Swir sky, Beth El spiritual leader, Marilyn D* Robert Kuntz, Roberta Rand, Sandra Hantman, Stephanie Gladstone. Frances Sternsheni Reverend George Goldberg. Registration On At Academy Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal, today announced that regisrtation for the Fall semester is now going on at the Hebrew Academy. The semester will include a full eight-year elementary school program from kindergarten age through the eighth grade. Rabbi Gross said that prospective pupils without previous Hebrew training must register by June 30th. He added that children beyond the third grade in their English studies, lacking previous basic Hebrew instruction, will not be accepted for the Fall term. 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PAGE 8, 9>Je*isi>ncr*&*r> JJI Our UN Newsletter By ARTHUR LEWIS (Copyright, 1953, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inv.) UNITED NATIONS—Facts must be faced, and the visit of the Secretary of State found the Arab leaders to be privately as intran high hopes that John Foster Dulles entertained of a Palestine peace settlement, which was to have been the foundation stone of a new American policy in the region, have been all but shattered. The wirl-wind tour in which he averaged one-and-a-half day* to a country ha* probably been salutary in that he has learned much which he would not have known if he had stayed at his desk in Washington. One of his main impressions, according to ">"•* close to him. is the narrow, almost parochial view of the Arab eaders who refuse to consider their country or their region in a global context. In Egypt, Mr. Dulles found it.difficult to get General Neguib to discuss anything else but the presence of British troops in the Suez Canal Zone. Apparently, in the conversations he did have on Palestine, the Secretary of State foun dthe Arab leaders to be privately as intran sigeant about a peace settlement and as vitriolic about Israel as their delegates are publicly here in the United Nations. They could even be threatening and rude to him, as the Lebanese were. The members of the Lebanese Parliament's Foreign Affairs Com mittee are reported to have told Mr. Dulles that he "must remove from his mind any possibility of peace with Israel." They went on to complain about the lack of sympathy for the Arab cause in the United States and seemed to imply that the Americans, because of their support for Israel, were responsible for the lot of the Palestine refugees. The Lebanese even had the impertinence to demand that the United States compel Israel to implement the various United Nations resolutions on Palestine, all of which are now acknowledged to be out of date, when the most flagrant example of a violation of a United Nations resolution is the Egyptian refusal to abide by a Security Council order to stop interfering with Israel-bound shipping in the Suez Canal. Obviously, the Arabs have adopted this harsh and demineenng manner because they believe that they can high pressure the new American administration into sharp change of policy in the Middle East. However, they may have overplayed their hand. In the view of qualified observers here, what sympathy the Secretary of State may have had for the Arabs has been dissipated on this trip. Mr. Dulles must realize now that any military aid which the United States were to provide the Arab would be more likely to be used against Israel and the British than in the defense of the Middle East against a possible Soviet aggression, that it would be more likely to produce conflict than security. The opinion here is thet Mr. Dulles would do well to take a leaf out of Dr. Adenauer's note book; the West German chancellor paid no attention to Arab threats over the restitution treaty with Israel with the result that nothing came of them. If he did this, if the Secretary of State recommended aid for Israel, there would be fulminations from the Arabs, but he might find that in the end they would back down and agree to a Palestine Peace Settlement and a Middle East Defense Command. .Meanwhile, it is felt here that possibly the British idea for a Mid die East Defense Command is the best one, that is that a staff at least should be set up on the island of Cyprus to draw up plans and to work with those in the region who are willing to cooperate. Kaplan Says He'll >r.iiri< me* On End "Liberalism" A. J Miami Student Art Work To He Exhibited Between three and four hundred examples of art in a variety of forms, as created by students in Mount Sinai Women's Auxiliary pj^ Installation Today; Slate Satire, CapJ The Women's Auxiliary of Mount. es* aides, pediatric aid. Ihc Lowe Gallery on Tuesday An invitational preview will be held on June 1st, at 8 p.m.. with an educational art film. Your Child Is A Genius, included on the program. Instructions to art students for the exhibit were to create what is real to them. In selecting entries, the standards committee considert ed originality and independence of presidents thought, as well as facility in the medium of expression. Students were not limited to painting as an art form. The exhibit will include sculpture, ceramics, puppets, masks, papier mache creations, murals and mobiles. Empress Hotel. To be installed as officers are the Mesdames Louis J. Krensky. honorary president; Harold Spaet, president; Morris Goldin, Jack Ablin and Louis Glasser, vice presidents; Saul Herman, Harry Markowitz and Aaron Farr, general vice The Mesdames Jerome Hofmayer, recording secretary; Philip Lefkowitz, corresponding secretary; Max Dreyer, treasurer; Robert Green, assistant treasurer; Harry forms, as created by students in | ^^ HMp|u ^ ^ ^ nnual clerks laborat "*• <"** %  Dade County's 93 public schools., ^.^ ^ lnft ^ Uon | clerical workm J**^ will open for public viewing in to(Uy ^ u %m ^ ^ ^^ ^ Ufe, and Gift Shop for the convjJ of patients and guests. There is also a Patients' liij with a portable bookcart %  brought to sick rooms ^1 intervals. !" ngU Also scheduled at the J spring meeting is the capoiwJ ercise of the fifth class of S Mount Sinai School of ?Zu Nursing. The nine graduS elude the Misses Sheila Cohen t ami Beach; Rhoda Davifowfe? ami; Sigma Duran, Bogota CtM bia; Phyllis Flury, Miami %  Z Fox, Miami. Deborah Giffardfcl ami Beach; Gilberte Monette. (^I bee, Canada; Sandra Tardy, 3 Pierce, Florida; and CynUrii'2 ler, Miami. On the Advisory Commits |J the school are Miss Margaret bl rer, dean of girls, Miami Beagl High School; Mrs. Vert Adaii.Bj supervisor; Visiting Nurses As| ation; Samuel Conner, Mount Sail executive director; Mrs. LoaM Krensky, president of the Ia>| en's Auxiliary; Miss Mildred J Vogel, RN, director of nurses;k| H. Franklin Williams, lean] University of Miami; Ulin C.lsu principal. Miami High School: b>I erend J. Mitchell Taylor Del Charles Werbiow. and Miss Frah| Lebcnsraum, RN. Whitney Seeks Beach Promotion Candidate for Miami Beach City Council George G. Whitney this week indicated that his platform includes fighting for the promotion of Miami Beach through naI tional television programs. "If small companies can advertise on television," the candidate said, "so can a $2,000,000,000 corporation." Miami Beach, Whitney said, is a tourist town, and tourists could only be attracted through promotion. Meanwhile, the candidate's supporters pointed out that Whitney was eligible for a post on the city council because, as a businessman rather than an attorney, he would tend to eliminate "what has always been made up completely of legal minds" and because, particularly as a real estate man. Whitney was in a position to understand "taxpayers and their ills and cures." airs. HareM Spaet To Support Expansion Plan Young Israel Synagogue members this week pledged to support MleUVh \t 59 the organization's expansion proDr. M. J. Click, of 720 Meridian I ^am. according to an iM0e 1 w-.ni.o r-anrtiHito for iho' ment by Solomon Lobel. president J. Kaplan candidate for the Avenue w „ {ound dead Sunday ^J* ^ a ^ £ chaf Miami Beach City Council. this i evening m his apartment Police jter pledgees are David Goldstein, week issued a statement declaring aj(| nat the 5 9 year<( i d M j. Leo Robinson. Morris Gordon, Ben) QUALITY WORK AND I \ MATERIALS \ VILAR0 \ PAINTING COMPAHY i Veer Set isfoctiea-Ow Hum \ 1170 S.W. 6rh STREST Phone I24ISI here said that the 59-year-old Mi-' Leo Robinson. Morris Gordon, Ben, ami Beach physician had apparent J amin Sherry, Sam Sokols, Sam ard Grovei Theodore Hankoff, ... (irunbere. Sam Reinhard. i ...... u-.,„i.,„ i .,„ !" „m Mri,iff ly committed suicide. Dr. Irvine Alberts, police sur geon. declared that Dr. Click cut man and Abraham Mostoff. a mam artery in his right ai in. A j Grunberg, Sam Reinhard. Joseph Zemel, Dr Irving Makovsky. Morris Weinstein, Jacob Kaufihat the most vital issue of the campaign was being completely overlooked by all of the other candidates. The fighting 39-year old attorney stated that "taxes are the most vital issue." JS£SttEu?Zf£ -* not'e'revealed^t he" had Sivm llatrl. sonal investigation at City Hall rebeen despondent because of ill, \f West Miami sealed that alj of the public utilihea x lln ,. • A Siyum Hatorah will take place tics doing business in Miami Beach,\ Or. Click maintained an office!^ the West Mjami Jewisn center are paying taxes on self-assessed at 1520 Lenox Avenue. Originally i on Sunday May 31gt at 8 pm Tne personal property "The facts are from Detroit, Michigan, he resided ; T — w ...u;_u -m w„ —..,. %  K., 'that the office of the tax assessor has never made anything resembling .a complete assessment of the personal property, for purposes of I Miami charitable and cultural ortaxation, of any of the public utilganizations. ities in Miami Beach." President of the local, chapter of of Creater Miam| „„ Rabm Mofris He added: "Hotf are we to knowjMVO Dr. Click was also a Board ^ wH te guest speakers with if the proper taxes have been paid member oi the Miami Beach Zion] Rabm Alfred Waxman spir i tua i by the utilities if no one can see' it rnsXjxci, an executive member,, ^ of ^ c t conducting the returns? Has the tax assessor i of the Greater Miami Jewish Fedlhc ccremony himself assessed the personal eration and closely associated with ]— JiZl property of the utilities? The util-1 the Bureau of Jewish Education. I ities estimate their own personal | Services were on Wednesday at property value, and without enthe Miami Beach Riverside Chapel, with interment on Mount Sinai Cemetery. Dr. Click is survived by a daughter. Mrs. Naomi Adams, of San Diego, California, and a son. Joseph, of Detroit. Rogers, financial secretary; Maxwell Hyman, assistant financial secretary ; Elsie Schwabe, auditor; and Monte Selig. parliamentarian. The committee in charge of the program includes the Mesdames Louis J. Krensky, Leon Ell, Dorothy Krieger Fink, Bert Klee, Aaron > Fair. Max Holtsberg, Maurice Lev f\T\y fl/Tie IS llmt and Ben Zion Ginsburg. Featured will be a satire, Pink Ladies In Review, an original musical satire written and produced by Trixie Levin. The cast will include the Mesdames Milton Adler, Ralph Benach. Abe Bloomston, Myron Broder, Leonard Egert. Samuel Falick. Leonard Glasser, HowLeon Kaplan, Lawrence Medoff, Bernard Wall and William Wickman. Musical accompaniment will be by Mrs. Howard Grove, with Mrs.. Herbert Mathes and Mrs. Phillip Hayden in charge of props. The satire will present a day in the life of the Pink Ladies at Mount Sinai. Tarn Tarn fount Sinai. aL A nArffiCf CfC According to a report announcing InfF pariiw ^ from Detroit, Michigan, he resided j Torah which wiH ^ presented by here for the past ten years was a Mr and ^s ^ j Paui> is the member of the Mount Sinai Hospi-1 Aecond 0 ^ presented within tnc ral staff and active in numerous ^ st -y ear Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, president of the Rabbinical Association the satire's performance, these are the volunteer workers at the hospital who perform duties as nurs12 Q#ct 12 %  Your Friend lMt Harold SHAPRO i IM P..I.H, :'il Ailv 1 'let the others • •*, hang on to a strap! Yom hang on to Tarn Tarns • those wonderful crackers that never let you down in flavor and flaky freshness! closing an inventory, they mail a check and tax retur nto the city." Kaplan, a long-time resident of Miami Beach, has announced he will go "all-out" to end this "liberal tax policy" on Miami Beach. During his recent 16-hour Lincoln Road Talkathon, he stated, "The blame rests with the present citycouncil for allowing this unhealthy situation to continue." KILL FLYING INSECTS | • %  Children Are Promoted Promotion and completion diplomas will be presented to children of the West Miami Jewish Center Sunday School by Rabbi Alfred Waxman on Sunday. The event will be highlighted with a program given by the kindergarten and nurser children and conducted by Miss Dorothea DuWer and MJss Josephine Sonnd, instructors. REAL-KILL INStCTSOfVB U-SAV-1T-STORE Pexrine, Florida PC POL ADV (te the Ko*dt*$*C$emtMt Make a date with HAROLD B. SPAET tor City Council, June 2 iti PUUll*



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iy. MAY 29. 1953 +Jewisti fkridiom Council |es Harold Turk ntinued from P9 1 A L„ the Grand Lodge and curis serving as national Hillel fcissioner of the Supreme of B'nai B'rith, a post he eld for three years. „ spearheaded the fund drive 52 to raise money for the ng of a new Hillel House for students. The house is to cated on the UM campus on of land given to Hillel by Iniversity. i award and recognition came one week after Turk re., the highest and most covetIward from the Republic of Tfor his "outstanding coritriL s to the promotion of InterScan relations." \k has served as a member of Jiami Beach City Council for fears, including two years as £yor, from 1949 to 1991, and titly seeks re-election to the til. He was elected in 1951 of the five most outstandng men in the State of FlorI f the Florida State Junior fber of Commerce. ting his term in office, Turk Buced the idea of city planfand carried the story of MiBeach throughout the country |to foreign lands, having apand spoken before importvie groups and on radio and PAGE, 3 A I bunj: The following Miami Beach business and civic leaders have personally endorsed and are giving their active support to the re-election of BERNARD A. FRANK: LEONARD L. ABESS. CHARLES L. CLEMENTS. REBA ENGLER DANER, MRS. MILTON FELLER, BARON DE HIRSCH MEYER. S. J. HALPERIN. SEYMOUR LIEBMAN. MAX OROVITZ MRS. MILTON SIREN. DR. BARNEY WEINKLE, HARRY ZUKERNICK Miami Beach Councilman Harold Turk (right) receives citation from Walter C. Kovner, president of the Hillel Advisory Council, for Turk's work in guiding the fund raising drive of the Hillel House at the University of Miami. television national network programs. Councilman Turk is a member of the Board of Directors of the Hebrew Academy and a trustee of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. He is a member of the Elks, Masons, Artfellows, ZOA, Miami Beach Jewish Center, Temple Beth Sholom, Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce, Beth Jacob, Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce, Temple Beth Tfilah and a Shriner. Dr. Lee Frederick Goldberg Announces bis release from active duty with the Armed Forces and the reopening of his offices at 605 LINCOLN ROAD — SUITE 306 for the GENERAL PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY Telephones 5-6361 — 5-3294 To All the Candidates of Miami Beach ... MAY THE BEST MEN WIN — Pete Francis (Pd. Polltlc.il Adv.) RELIEVES PAIN OF HEADACHE NEURALGIA NEURITIS Th<* way thousand* ( of physicians and dentists recommend Here's Why Anocin i like doctor's proscription. That i, Anocin contaim not one but a combination of medically provod, oclive ingroditnti in •aiy-to-tako tablet form. Anocin B'o FAST, IONG IASTING relief. Don't wait. Boy Anacin today. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hve you: roof repaired now) you will live on %  now roof lator "SatUfaetory Work by Experienced Men" ELECT A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESSMAN TO DO A BUSINESSMAN'S JOB Martin Drexel FOR CITY COUNCIL "Not Affiliated with Any Other Candidate" Attended Council Meetings for over 15 Years and Took Active Part in Public Discussions PULL LEVER 3 (NO CONTRIBUTIONS ACCEPTED)



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PAGE 10 B -Lmt&ncrkMiHL FinHy Kidnapping Brings Protest In FranceJChurch Officials Arrested ranee; Jewish Floridian Nw* Featura The chronology is important in l'affaire Finaly, a case that began with to Jewish war orphans, and now involves the passions of France where, according to one reporter, "people in the provinces are mor.-* excited about l'affaire Finaly than about Indo-China. Germany o. even the death of Stalin." The predicament of the two Finaly boys— and Gerald n0t er was that in case of an accident you take the children." Mrs. Fischel tried to find out quite 11—has stirred up religious animosities in France. It has become a political issue of great consequence. The story' starts in 1938. when Dr. Fritz Finaly and his wife, Annie, fled to France after Hitler's invasion of Austria. They settled in a suburb of Grenoble, where ed." she said, olios." M. Keller, acting for the family, went to the courts. After endless litigation, on July 11, 1952. the: Court of Appeal of Grenoble ap' %  pointed Mrs. Rossner the childrens' j legal guardian. But Mile Brun was adamant "I where the children were. By the,refuse to indicate where the chilsummer of 1945—the end of the war—she located Mile. Bran's address. After several months. Mile. Bran finally replied to Mrs. Fischel's letters. "In the interest of your their sons were born; Robert on, nephews." she wrote, "it would be April 14. 1941. Gerald on July 3. 1942. By that time, Hitler had oc cupied much of France. The Finalys lived in the Free Zone. But even there, racial laws had been promulgated, and it was with some risk that they insisted on circumcision for their children. In 1944. Hitler finally caught up better to wait a little longer, when traveling will be much easier, so that a member of the family might come here and recover all that belong to the children." The note ended reassuringly." "Your nephews are Jews; that means they belong to their original religion." But it soon became clear that with the Finalys. They were deportMile. Brun was not anxious at all ed to Germany and never heard of to restore the children to their family There was no reply to further letters from the Fischels. again. Just before his arrest. Dr. Finaly —fearing the worst — placed his children under the protection of a nursery operated by the Catholic Charities in a nearby village. Immediately after the arrest, friends of the Finalys. concerned about the childrens' safety, put them in the care of the Dames de Sion in Grenoble, a Catholic order which had already given shelter to other Jewish children. But the Dames de Sion were equipped to handle children of school age only, so the Finaly children — the oldest was then three—were transferred into the hands of Mile. Antoinette Bran, director of Grenoble's municipal nursery. Mile. Bran is an efficient civil servant, a devout Catholic, a spinster with great love for children. She is a woman of great courage who saved many young Jews from the Nazis. She is also a central figure in the controversy. Mile. Bran did not adopt the children personally: she farmed them out to one institution or another but always kept a close personal interest in their safety and welfare. In February'. 1945. the eldest sister of Dr. Finaly, a Mrs. Fischel. of New Zealand, began a search by mail for the whereabouts of the Finaly family. From the mayor of the Grenoble suburb she learned of the deportation of her brother and his wife. The mayor wrote her: "The greatest desire of your brothdren are," she said. "I refuse to submit to the decision of the Court of Appeal." She promptly appealed to a higher court. Meanwhile, ignoring the Court of Appeal's decision, Mile. Bran, encouraged and aided by several priests, sent the children to Bayonne near the Spanish border. M. Keller found out but arrived at Bavonne too late. In mid-February 1953. in a fierce snowstorm, the children were taken across the Pyrenees by a smuggler's route and hidden in Spain. With that the affair turned into a criminal case. Mile. Bran was arrested for illegally retaining possession of the children. And 10 persons — including four priests and a nun—were taken into custody on charges of having kidnapped the two orphans. Appeals were made by police officials and dignitaries of the JewWhen Mile. Bran's silence became ominous, the Fischels contacted the French Red Cross, the District Attorney in Grenoble and several Jewish organizations, seeking their help jish community in Rrance for the In August. 1946. the French min\ return of the children. The Church ister in charge of war victims was j broke its official silence with a ordered to investigate. The Geno-. statement by the Bishop of Grenoble Red Cross reported to Paris ble. speaking for the Archbishop of that Mile. Bran had, somehow, | Lyons, asking that those holding Mrs. Frank Heads Tainara Chapter Mrs. Max Frank will be installed as president of the Tamara Chapter, Mizrachi Women, at ceremon. ies Sunday eve""" ning. 6t30 p.m., it the Raleigh 'loteL. Installing officer will be Mrs. Lorraine Danzig, i a t i o n a I vice ^resident of the Mizrachi Woman'* Organizaion. Others to asMn. Freak U me posts are the Mesdames Frances Makovsky, 1st vice president; Shirley Gross, 2nd vice president; Alice Weinbaum. 3rd vice president; Lily Stone, 4th vice president. The Mesdames Gertrude Cohen, corresponding secretary; Rhoda Margolies, recording secretary; Lillian Bogdan, financial secretary; Gertrude Levy, treasurer; Fannie April, chaplain; Dorothy Burg, publicity; and Fay Koch, social secretary. Dignified Cola 1 Dignity s d calm'dZ^j fy council meeti n rr l gently needed to reflJ?. ** *| Pi* of this area 2*1^3 date Harold B .Spa* % %  £,! %  = paig„ a !k s P d ;-fj| Spaet. a former ***,. nicipal court judge *J president of ,he *UtM Association, said the cit,1 coming the laughing stocVi County because of the bickering and squabbling tjj been elected temporary guardian of the children at a meeting of a "family council"—a French legal unit which determines the guardthe boys in Spain give them up. Father Michael Riquet, a spokesman for the Paris archbishopric, declared that canon law had been Gobi— Beach Parry Tomorrow The Young Adult Group of the Coral Gables Jewish Center will hold a beach party on Saturday evening. May 30th. 9 p.m., at Baker's Haulover. The cpmmittee in charge includes Sandy Silverman, Muriel Schoenberg and Steve Hutt. The group will also hold a general meeting on Wednesday, June 3rd, 8:30 p.m., at 320 Palermo Avenue, according to Jack Falk, president. city officials. Spaet also urged thitiv^ department be removed fn, tics so that it m.yf unfti out outside interference. % %  ed to the recent scandals i> i police department and sadi such incidents might have 1 avoided if police officials i lowed to enforce the lav | fear or favor. "With the taxes the DM i Miami Beach are now pariaH certainly have a right to %  the very best police prouctkiS thoroughly qualified police 3 dais." Spaet said. Spaet declared here thai that, if elected, he would kl "stabilizing influence to wjj fleet maturity and unity of 1 Beach to its citizens and I nation." Lawrence E. Hoffman, sal i mander of the Beach Legioal is Spaet's campaign manasr.' C. Fogg m. local dairraai past Exalted Ruler of the Bkj treasurer. ianship of orphans. She had been I violated in baptizing the children elected on the grounds that there were no close relatives of the children alive. The Red Cross had more information about Mile. Bran. She had no intention of returning the children. Her grounds were that she since there had been no authorize tion from the parents. The case created a national furor. The four imprisoned priests from the Basque country were charged specifically with aiding in the flight across the border. Bashad saved them "at the risk of my flue officials demanded their re own life." that she loved them very' I ease Otherwise, they warned, much and was, therefore, entitled to keep them. The decision of the "family court" was considered irregular by the family, but it hardly knew how to proceed. Two years later, Mrs. Hedwig Rossner. a sister of Dr. Finaly who lives in Israel, asked a M. Keller, of Grenoble, to help. M. Keller called on Mile Bran She refused to tell where the children were. But she did make the anthere would be widespread disorder throughout the heavily Catholic area. The priests were freed. Last February 17th, the affair turned into a political issue. Deputy Alix Berthet. of the anti-clerical Socialist Party, moved in the National Assembly that the French government intervene with church officials, including the Vatican if necessary-, to recover the children. Meanwhile, the minister of justo the courts overtones. "I and had gave it all its them christennouncement that threw the case in-1 tice was assigned to meet with representatives of Cardinal Gerlier of Lyon. the Jewish community and the Finaly family. Eventually there was agreement between Catholic officials and the family that the boys should be returned from Spain and placed in the hands of a neutral organization—neither Cathp olic nor Jewish—until a higher : court reviewed the Court of Appeal decision. Last month, to forestall demon trations or violence, all the persons arrested were released provisionally. But the case had provoked so much violent feeling and passionate debate that, says Baron de Rothschild, "one is tempted to give it the importance of the Dreyfus or Petain cases." The Baron argues that French Jews would never accept forced conversion or violation of family rights. "After having destroyed the fable of ritual murder we take a dim view of the reality of ritual kidnapping." The controversy con tinues. Meanwhile, the Finaly boys are still missing. Harold Shapiro To Talk My City, will be the subject of Harold Shapiro's talk on his radio program, Meet Your Neighbor, Sunday, 8:15 p.m., over station W1NZ. 12 Elect Your Friend 12 Harold SHAPIRO •. ..: Adv i DARBY RATHMAN Says "I invite my many friends from the Community Center to look into my qualifications and tab an active interest in my campaign to be elected j to City Council so that I can serve you again." 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FRIDAY. MAY 2tV 1.953 t> i "Between You and Me' By BORIS SMOLAR (C0Dyri-hL 195 (, Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.) COMMUNAL AFFAIRS.A note of caution was sounded Irivately this week by United Jewy. Appeal leaders to community ^aders throughout the country he community leaders were told a special report that although fcere is justification for the pretti'.ina optimism that this year's IjA campaign will bring more hnds than last year's, the camfi^n is now at a crucial stage I some communities the campaign running somewhat behind last par because the drive there was aried late, or because of other pverse factors The leaders in |oe communities are being prodto catch up with the rest of le country Unless they do lis, l he gains which have already len made may be seriously cut Lw.i or even wiped out ... A par and up-to-the-minute picture the UJA national campaign ene will be given to the Jewish | nmunity leaders at the national ^A conference in Washington the ek end of June 6th and 7th ^e conference has been called for purpose of completing the ive within the drive"—to proBe S25.0OO.0OO in cash for the |A—but the 750 leaders who are ected to attend the parley will ar an over-all report on the cam\i~ outlook 4SHINGTON TRENDS: Two basic questions are now ocpying the attention of govern^nt circles in Washington following return of US Secretary of kt John Foster Dulles from his |p to the Middle East The tst question is how far should the kited States go in giving Amerarmaments to the Arab counts after they had made it clear Secretary Dulles that they are 1 no mood to make peace with ael and emphasized their deternation to oust the British.forces bm the Suez Canal area at all The second question is %  at role should the .United States in bringing the problem of Palestine Arab refugees to an lective solution With regard [providing the countries of the ddle East with military aid, infding modern arms, official cir'• in Washington are now, more ever before, taking into coneration the belligerent Arab od vis avis to Israel they believe now that peace beben the Arab States and Israel not m sight and that this must [ taken into account, in making plans for providing the states I the Middle East with American fitary assistance ... On the er hand, they are interested in ating an effective defensive fngth in the Middle East against isible Communist invasion, and i cannot be done -without Amerarms The official governnt view now is that in the near lire the capacity of most of the lb states to effectively-absorb lencan military equipment will 1 relatively limited but that in I longer run the countries in the Idle East can make a useful conation to the defense of the area Thus the argument runs, the her a beginning is made on pro"ns of arms assistance to that -t M* YOI UM *-'"' FICE2-0! tTn a, Jni e K! 0ner such a contributmn will become possible But what if Egypt, after receiving American arms, uses them against the British forces in the Suez area or against Israel or against both? This i s the 64doUar question which keeps some minds in Washington even busier now than before Secretary Dulles' departure for the Middle East As to the problem of the Arab refugees, the official estimate in Washington is that there are approximately 860,000 of them now on relief rolls Funds available to the United Nations relief agency which is helping these refugees are believed at the present time to be adequate not only to carryout the program of relief for the fiscal year of 1954, but also to conduct various projects designed to enable the refugees to become selfsupporting ... On the whole, however, the situation of the refugees is considered in Washington to be a political factor of first importance, and the US Government foresees that further financial support from the United States will be needed for quite a number of years LITERARY ISSUES: Last week', I mentioned the fact that more and more Yiddish literature is being translated into English and suggested that the Jewish Publication Society should undertake the publication of one or two volumes of short stories by the late Yiddish poet and short story writer Abraham Reisen ... I now learn that Viking, one of the leading American publishing houses, is preparing to issue The Treasury Of Yiddish Literature, an anthology of prose The anthology, which will be published next year, will be edited by Irving Howe and Eliezer Greenberg, and the translators include well-known young American-Jewish authors as Meyer Levin, Isaac Rosenfeld, Saul Bellow and others Incidentally, a book of Yiddish poems by Eliezer Greenberg made its appearance this week under the title, Banachtiger Dialog—Night Dialogue Some of the poems—moody, philosophical—would attract a good deal of attention among American lovers of poetry if they were translated into English Other Yiddish works I should like to see translated and published in English are two volumes of excellent essays by Hayim Greenberg, the noted Zionist labor leader and philosopher, who died recently in New York The two volumes, published this week by Farlag Yiddisher Kemfer, contain among others, essays on William James, William Penn, Ghandi, Lenin and on a wide range of subjects such as humanism, religion. Communism, patriotism, education and tolerance ... An attempt is also made to visualize the future of American Jewry • • • The publication of these two volumes in English would definitely be of great service to the American-born Jew. Uome Auxiliary 1'loses Season The Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged held its final meeting of the season at the Algiers Hotel on Tuesday. Mrs. Louis Glasser, chairman of !the Nominating Committee, prejsented the names of the Board of Directors and the following slate of officers for election: President, Mrs. Sol Silverman; honorary president, Mrs. Benjamin Appel; vice presidents, Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Mrs. David Philips and Mrs. Louis Makovsky. Honorary vice presidents, Mrs Irving Frankel, Mrs. Max Greenberg and Mrs. Jack Udell; treasur i er, Mrs. Morris Kriegel; and fijnancial secretary, Dr. Celia Wohl I Shultz. Judge Harold Spaet was installing officer. Beach Needs More Efficient Spending, Says Darby Rath man "A city administration which does not serve the interest of our business community is the wrong kind of administration for Miami Beach," explained Darby Rathman, candidate for the City Council, before a rally of his supporters this week. Rathman said that a resort city must concentrate on developing its tourist facilities "because that is the basis of its economy." Hand in hand with an expanded publicity and advertising campaign to make Miami Beach the nations resort center, Rathman explained that the city must strive to maintain an honest and efficient administration as a sort of an insurance to visitors that they are safe and well looked-after when they come to the Beach." "What our city needs," he said, "is more efficient use of the money we are spending to attract visitors and not more taxes and more spending money. Any fool can spend money. But it takes a knowhow to get the best out of each dollar." Students of the Beth El Religious School receive prizes for excellence in scholarship during the past year. The citations were given under the auspices of Mrs. Pincus Puchkoff as an In Memonam to the late Pincus Puchkoff. noted Hebraic scholar. Standing in the rear (left to riqht) are Joshua Stadlan, Mrs. Puchkoff and Reverend George Goldberg. Fron (left to right) are David Lerner, Myrna Slutzky. Jay Sachs and Howard Zinner. Peeping from behind is a portrait of the dauqhter of spiritual leader Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky Tropical Chapter Women A madhatter membership social and tea was recently held by Tropical Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, at the home of Mrs. Irving Cypen, 1352 13th Terrace, Miami Beach. A skit entitled, The Third Party, was featured. Taking part were the Mesdames James Langel, Manny Mandel and Sol Rosenkranz. Mrs. Cypen discussed various projects of the organization. Chairman was Mrs. Louis Wilson, assisted by the Mesdames Langel, Mandel and Leroy Levy. Mrs. Irving Laibson is chapter president Saehar History Published Again NEW YORK — The fourth edition of, A History Of The Jews, by Dr. Abram L. Saehar, president of Brandeis University, will be published on Tuesday, June 2nd, by Alfred A. Knopf, according to a publisher's announcement here. The new version is the 15th printing of the work. The book has been revised and enlarged to cover history to 1953. Prior to assuming the presidency of Brandeis in 1948, Dr. Saehar served as national director of B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations and earlier as a member of the History Faculty of the University of Illinois. North Dade Joint Swim A swimming splash party sponsored by the Sisterhood and Men's Club of the North Dade Jewish Center will be held on May 30th, at the Mariner Motel. A regular Board meeting of the Sisterhood will be held on Tuesday, June 2nd, 8 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Freda Blank, 1115 NE 133rd Street. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKRKP.Y GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of OLMKMII, 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. OLXIEMIL CORP. KASS & FULLER Attorneys for Olliemlt Corp. S/22-29 — 6/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that t,he undersigned, desiring to engage in business 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 Court of Dade County, Florida. MRS". ANNETTE KENDALL. KATZOFF ANNA BRENNER MEYERS Attorney for Mrs. Annette Kendall Katsoff 5/15-22-29 — 6/3 THAT mw YORK TRIP WILL COST YOU LESS For Honest And Progrossivo Government ON JUNE 2nd PULL LEVER 16 VOTE FOR GEORGE G. WHITNEY CAKMMrr rot CITY council (Pd. 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\TW4my? 'HBlH At. LEGAL NOTICE UOTICE BY PUBLICATION hHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE /ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF • IDA, IN AND FOR DADE 1.JTY IN CHANCERY. No. 159784. HEN ARDITO, Plaintiff, il\I.A ARDITO, Defendant. %  •ARM ALA ARIJITO. Via Porta I %  Monte Calvarl, #81, Staples, Italy arc required to serve a oopv ir answer to the Hill of Com||l f,ndivorce on the plaintiff's and to file the original ana|JII Ihe office of the Cleric of the 111 Court on or before the 30th bf June, A.D. 1953; otherwise, the |,,f Complaint for Divorce, herefiled herein, will be taken as .,.i by you. ,i al Miami, Florida, this the Iday of May, 19J3. I-;. It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Made County, Florida. luit Court Seal) By: WM. W. STOCKING Deputy Clerk; ill Address of %  tiff's Solicitor: Vox A. FRIEDMAN eybolrt Bldg., Miami, Florida B/:.-12-l I^OAJLHOTICE NOT,CE wzvJvr !" ^ iJ^SSi£^s^!?> County. Florida Vuurl OI Dade T AN E D CO r U o N R TY D J ^ E 8 NOTICE TO CREDITORS fHE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT UND FOR DADE COUNTY, IDA. IN PROBATC NO. 30339-B : KSTATE OF [ZABETH Ml BAR, Deceased : Creditors and All Persons Hav| c" cm.or Demands Against 8ald and each of 3'ou, are hereby I and required to present any and demands which you. or ..f you, may have against the of ELIZABETH MI'RAR, delate of Dado County, Florida, e Honorable County Judges of County, and file the same In Ibffii ei in the County Courthouse |<|. County, Florida, within eight lar months from the date of the %  publication hereof. Bald claims Inlands to contain the legal adof the claimant and to be sworn presented as aforesaid, or same I ii.n rod. Ma) 2:.. A.D. 1953. I* \i"U: MM-: MRS. ELSIE M. KIXNKY As Executors of the Last Will I r< -lament of ELIZABETH Ml'KAR, Deceased. |0N ^ FRIEDMAN for Kstate of %  • i M irar B -12-19 Ing •himn'r, 3 .?' 1 AI J V '-<"> • HavEstate demands Against Said c aims and demands whichi vou or cither of you. may have against the to'thi nt'w D t '. < l?A n NT ( ^ r ''n a i FRANK B. I*WLlW CmSTJudges "' J>ade County, and file the same In In^Dane".'0 U ". l '"""'v ( ''*" In Dnde ( ounty. Florida, within eight ?l"rl. t n,l ,u:h i r l hH f r m ,hc • of the first publication hereof. Said claims S^ ,m ? n 2" t t,fthe Date May 14, A.D. 19.13. JOHN D. FARKAS AARON FARR STANLEY C. MYERS As Executors of the Las* Will and Testament of I.OTTIE BROWN. MYERS. HEIMAN & RAMST"** 6a0 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Flo. Attorneys for Executors 5/12-29 — 6/5-12 TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW HI: IS IIKKKISY GIVEN that rili-i k -ned, desiring to engage in is under thu fictitious name Of CM. I'lluTO SERVICE, at 716 Ir.et, Miami Beach, Florida, In:o register said name with the of the Circuit Court of Dade r, Florida, SAMUEL U LE1NER HKKTRUDK LEI N EH M'iNROE S. GUGGENHEIM HELEN R. GUGGENHEIM EWBN C. FOSTER ELIN'tUt FOSTER I.I i TANNEN e> for Applicants jeeunty Hldg., Miami 29 — 6/J POTICE BY PUBLICATION HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE JENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF [IDA. IN AND FOR DADE JTY IN CHANCERY. No. 159243 Y HARRISON, Plaintiff Jys. |L IIAltRISON. Defendant PKAHI, HARRI80N, 1779 East St.. Brooklyn. New York •ir,. required to serve a copy of Insw.r to the Bill of Complaint von. on the plaintiffs attorney. file the original answer In the "f the ci.rk of the Circuit on or before the 8th day of A.l> 1953; otherwise, the Bill iplainl for Divorce, heretofore ii, will be taken as confessed IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30122-A In Re: ESTATE OF SAUL MINSKi IFF, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claimami demands which you. or either of you. may have against the estate of SAIL MINKKOFF, deceased late of Miami Beach, Dado County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dnde County, and file the same in their office In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address ol the claimant and to be sworn to and present! d aaforesaid, or same will be barred S. c Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date May 12. A.D. 1958. EMANUEL i:. MINSK >FF, As Administrator of the Kstate of SAIL MINSKOFF. Deceased. MYERS, HEIMAN .KAPLAN Attorneys for Administrator 5/15-22-29 — 6/0 N0T,CE NA N M! F LA r W :T,TIOUS tK^ TI CE l s HEREBY (JIVEN that <' !" A Ht ?„.'.', S N Nv Avenue. M | anil Florida. Intend ( ; n regUe r nf.u ," amc w ." h ,he Ctar* of the Clr•'Ult Court of Hade County. Flo. !da. BOL LEVIN GEORGE COHEN GEORGE cHERTK^ r,ner £,}u '' n y 'or Applicants MIU-SS P ,31 lB %  Mlaml "^ NOTICE N JNDEF < FICTITIOUS NOTICE IS H M ERE"BY V GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to cnga,e In business under ihe firtltlou namo of ^"O?^ 8£WOCSNTBS a L-;J-W. 8th Street. Miami. Florida, Clerk f r ,i** B, £ V Kal 1 name w,th lh County'.^Vorldl"" 01 "' SS "' MELVIN ROSENBERG KASS & FAS' ,,AnNKSS Attorneys for Melvin Rosenberg and Ralph I'arness 5/15-22-29 — 6/5 r al Miami, Florida, this the of May. 1958. E. It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Hade County; Florida Court Seal) By: WM. W. STOCKING Deputy Clerk and Address of I'fs Solicitor: A FRIEDMAN yl'ohl Bldg. 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 Douglas ltd., Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. WILLIAM G. BENJAMIN STEPHEN F. KESSI.ER Attorney for Applicant 4 8.W. 22nd Ave. 6/15-22-25 — 6/S ITICE UNDER FICTITIOUS L, ,. NAME LAW E CE H HEREBY GIVEN that joersigned, desiring to engage in •under the fictitious name of LI N< II ROOM, at 2601 N.W. ''"" % % %  Miami, Fla., Intends to 1 I name with the Clerk of rcult Court of Dade County, J. M. EDWINS, SILVER 80 e Wner bbold nidg. r 32. Fla. 2-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of PAL'-LEE-JAY APTS., at 900 Pennsylvania Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HARRY EDELMAN' SARAH EDELMAN ARTHUR D FRISHMAN Attorney for Harry Edelman and Sarah Edelman 480 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Ha. 5/8-13-22-2:1 i?, THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE rrTo H r, J U r?J C,AL CIRCUIT. IN iei5 CHANrV D BV COUNTV FLC ""f>*'N t-MANCERY. No iv)4Vi MIZPAII VIOLA JOHNSTON JACKT v Plaintiff. ROBERT M. JACK, Defendant. *.„ RDER FOR PUBLICATION TO: ROBERT M. JACK' In care of II. E. Jack 181% King Street W. Duiidas, Ontario, Canada YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that aBill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your answer or pleading to the Bill of Complaint on 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 (alien against you. DATED at -Miami, Florida, Mav !3th, 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court I 'ado County, Florida (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) By V. 1!. MAC LAREN Deputy Clerk .-.,15-22-29 — I/O NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 30215-A In' Re: ESTATE OF SADIE FRIEDMAN, Deceased T.i All Creditors and All Persons Having CHalnis or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to .present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may hav e against the estate of SADIE FRIEDMAN, deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date May 7th. A.D. 1953. S. M. MACHTEI. As Administrator of the Estate of SADIE FRIEDMAN. Deceased ROSENHOUSE ROSENHOUSE Attorneys for Administrator of the Estate of Sadie Friedman. Deceased 913-16 Olympla Building, Miami, Fla. 5/15-22-29 — 6/5 LT, J,J1 E ...£' RCUIT COURT OF THE f fcf^f-K !" JUD 'C'AL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR. IDA. AT LAW. No. 28318-A COOLTRONIC CORPORATION "1 AMERICA, a Florida corporation, Plaintiff vs. UNITED STATES AIR CONDITIONING CORPORATION, a corporation, I>efendant AMENDED NOTICE BY mn PUBLICATION TO: I NITED STATES AIR CONDITION1NG CORPORATION Como Avenue S.E. at 33rd Minneapolis 14, Minnesota .u YUL ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED tnat a complaint for damages has been ;!I£!,. a 5 a,n8t you "y COOLTRONIC < oltPoltATION OF AMERICA, n Florida corporation, and you are required to serve a copy of your answer or other responsive pleadings thereto %  '.". ,l,;'.'" ,l "' > attorneys. ROTH AND FABBR, 412 Congress Building. Miami, Florida, and file the original In the office of the Clerk of the above (ourt on or before the 22nd day of June. 1953: otherwise a default will be entered against you. Dated this 18th day of Mav. 1953. E. H. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court By: WM. W. STOCKING, 5/22-29 6/5-12 UePU,y ^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICEsJH HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of KEN LAST & CO. (Not Inc.), at 4825 N.W. l,th Avenue. Miami .Florida, intends to register said name with the t lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ,.,..,.. KENNETH M. LAST MYERS, 11 Hi. MAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Owner 5/29 — 6/3-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha't the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of AMERICAN PLASTIC CO., at 2809 S.W. "2nd Avenue, Miami, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida,. F. BENJAMIN I-El.DMAN 5'29 — 6/5-12-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MIKES FOOD CENTER, at 1148 S.W. 27th Ave., Miami. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Daile County. Florida ROMAN PRE8TUBA STEPHEN F. KESSLER Attorney for Applicant > I S.W. 22nd Ave. 5 29 — 6/5-12-19 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 IJSONARD GRUNDT IRVING KASTER SEYMOUR A. GOPMAN Attorney for 'Annllcants One Lincoln Road Bldg. 5/8-15-22-29. r ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ,„.. NAME LAW < 1. is HEREBY GIVEN that [ %  '"Mimed, desiring to engage In ti-Ji'i the fictitious name of 'I, A BAR at 6309 N.W. 7th ,."", to register said name ,. ,' i-rk of the Circuit Court of f-ounty, Florida: JOSEPH DE LUCC1A ,,... 1 ATRICIA DE LUCCIA "••N F. KESSLER %„'"! Applicants • 22nd Ave. Bt-SI 'In. ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW s HEREBY GIVEN that "tnod. desiring to engage rn •' Ihe fictitious name of '"'MI> KOSHER MEAT ,' T S ; OF FLORIDA, nt 1987 WIIK '• %  '"tenda to register SBTB of i,. ', he Clerk, of the Circuit %  '•I;' County, Florida. fEACoAHT MEAT AND I ROV'ISION COMPANY 3 1 .• a .>,£ orU1 Corporation • 1.1 I.LI, MI Si. A >I>"c*nt !.£' a ,er %  IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 159105 FLORENCE RUTH HASLER. Plaintiff, vs. JOHN WILLIAM HASLER, JR. Defendant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION YOU JOHN WILLIAM HASLER, JR., c/o Sweeney, 527 South 14th Street, Newark, New Jersey are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's attorney. MAX B, 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. 1953. If you fall to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill" of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 1st day of .May. 19a3. E. H. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida By M C. GREEN. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk 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 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 Applicants 1404 Blscayne Building 5/8-13-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BROWNIE'S MEN'S WEAK, at 482 Fisherman Street, Opa Locka, Florida, Intend to register said name with the ClerK of ihe Circuit of Court of Dade County. Florida. JOSEPH S. BROWN MORTON HOLZMAN HITTNER & HUTNER J20 Olympla Bldg.. Miami. Fla. • Attorneys for Brownie's Men's Wear 5/8-15-22-3? „ .. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ALBORN PLASTERERS, at 1801 S.W. 32nd Avenue. Miami, Intends to reglssald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ALAN BORNSTE1N Sole Owner MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant > > 630 Seybold. Bldg. 5,22-29 — 541 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring; to engage Inbusiness 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 Countv,' Florida. • JOHN and CONNIE CLIFFORD' STEPHEN F. KESSLER ""*'. Attorney for Applicants 4 S.W. 22nd Ave. 5/15-22-29 — 6/5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that. the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of DARJAN OF MIAMI, at 2790 WW 32ndCourt, Miami, Florida, intends to reg-. Ister said name with the Clerk of the Circuit (^>urt of Dade County, Florida. MURIEL TENDER SUE MILLER HUTNER AND HUTNER Attorneys for Darjan of Miami 320 Olympla Building, Miami 32, Fla. .15-22-29 — 6/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name -ofRKJKY 'SIES F MIAMI, at 35 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk 1 of the Circuit Court of Dade' County.' Florida. SIDNEY MEDNICK, Sole Owner MARX M. FABER Attorney for Applicant 412 Congress Btdg., Miami, Florida 5, 1 5-22-29 — 6/3 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 345-347 N.E. 2nd Ave., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit, Count of Dade County, Florida. ANTHONY F. MURINE STEPHEN F. KESSLER Attorney for Applicant I S.W. 22nd Ave. 5 8-16-22-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MALAYAN LOtfNOE, 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 Tjelloa. President. QBOBQE CHERTKOF Attorney for Savoy Enterprises Inc. •07-11 Olympla Bldg. Miami, Fla. IJ/8-15-2J-t 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. SSth 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 TO CREDITORS COUNTY JUDGES' COURT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, Probate 29977A Re ESTATE OF YKTTA EDEL18TEIN, Deceased To all persons having claims or deagalnst said estateYou are notified to file your said clafnis in the office of the County Judges of Dade .'ounty Court House, Miami, Florida, within S calendar months from the time of first publication of this notice. Mav It, 1953, or same will be barred, /s/ 8AD1E FEUNSMITH, Executrix JOSEPH ZEMEI. Attorneyfor Executrix •05 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. 5/22-29 — t/l-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CORONET MOTORS. LTD.. at 913 41st Street. Miami Beach, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CORONET MOTORS'. INC a Florida Horporatlon THEODORE R. NELSON Attorney -for Applicant One Lincoln Road Bldg. Miami -Beach. Fla. 5/22-29 — 6/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of A. M. TEXACO SERVICE, at 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. RICH BY, JR. DORIS P. RICHEY RlYTTARD KRIEOER FINK Attorney for A. M. Texaco Service 412 Congress Building. M^aml, Florida 5,15-22-29 — 8/5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS %  NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HARLEM CLOTHING CENTER, at 1337-39 N.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami, intend to reglstev said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LOUIS RE1SMAN KSTHER REISMAN %  22.-29 — l/S-rl NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that y virtue of chapter 678 of Florida Annotated (1541). Warehousemen and Warehouse Receipts, wherein A. O. TRANSFER A WAREHOUSE CO., INC., a Florida corporation, by virtue of its warehouse lien, has In Its possession the following ii. 1 ribed property: ELECTRICAL & GAS APPLIANCES USED HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS as the property of ARTIE & MARTiE., N.W. 27th Avenue and l:I7th Street. ipa Locka, Florida: and thai on tin* ,st day of June, 1953 during the legal, hours of sale, mainly between 11:00 'orenoon and 2:00 in the afternoon, it 2049 X. Miami Avenue. Miami. Flor,da. the undersigned shall offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash, m hand the above described property is the property of Artie & Martie. DATED at Miami, Florida, this 18th lay of May. 1953. A. O. TRANSFER & WAREHOUSE CO., INC. ./22-29 | IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA CHANCERY No. 15954(3 EDITH M. BATTAILLE, Plaintiff BROOKLYN C. BATTAILLE, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: BROOKLYN C. BATTAILLE 603 Summit Avenue Greensboro. North Carolina TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your Answer to the Complaint for. Divorce with the Clerk of the above Court and serve a copy thereof upon KEHSLER AND OARsi. Attorneys torPlaintiff, 4 S.W. 22nd Avenue ..iiaml,. Florida, on or before the 29th day of June. 1953, else complaint will bo taken as confess.-.! ""•' M E J '.: LEATHERMAN, Bv 'vVM f ^''STOCKING, 1 Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk ViiTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the. fictllions -nftme of \|-W PRODUCT ENTERPRISES*, at M, N.E. 2nd Ave.. intends to register said name with the MiOf the1 C£-, cult Court of Dade^ o^t^orWa. 5/15-22-29 — 6/ ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Th Jewish norldlcm soBdtt your legal notices. We appreciate T patronage and guurasr tee accur a te ssrrlos at legal rates. Phone 2-1141 tor messenger service. SEITLIN £. COMPANY PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGE! PHONE 9-3830 \ IS N. K. 2nd ST. MIAMI SS. FLA. >



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mrnrwR %  *-iwnftitfO David Will Hold Joint Installation rnagogue, Affiliate Groups June 7th jggBgggg^ v r OTVy^^i >, =4= P^bE 5B lei Serott, Jacob Sher, 8. J. Spector, Bernard A. Sterling, Max Hwartz, Samuel Traurlg, Aaron Wetnkle and Joromp Wrinkle. Sisterhood officers are the Meni dames Harry Uliphant, president; Sidney Poxen, 1st vice president: Samuel Dickson, 2nd vice president; Harold H. Berney, 3rd vice president; Max HandHhu, recording Becretary; Sam| uel Hildancs. uorrespondlnft" secretary; I Herman Coodmnn, financial Becretary; ] Edward K. Meilln, membership: Har%  ry Zuckerman, treasurer; and Harry I.aufer, advisor. Hoard of Directors are the Mesdamea Isadore Berman, Rebecca Castle, l n:ii-' Laufer, Lefcourt, Dr. Roy F. Mack, il. wit/. Stanley C. Myers, abin. David Rablnowltz, Mornowlts, Frank A. Rose, Editor. model their style of playing after the Globetrotters. -Saperstein will be played by Dane Clark. Another star of the film will be Sidney Potier, one of the nation's outstanding Negro actors. Potier appeared in No Way Out and Cry, The Beloved Country. E. Holier, Sam Seltlln, DanMasie School imencement Jniversity of Miami School lie will present its annual ocement concert on Sunday on, May 31st, at 3 p.m., in liami Senior High School ium. University Symphony Orwith John Bitter conductassisted by Modeste Alloo, pear with participating sturom the School of Music. ng part are Hilda Area, soJerome Barnes, conductor; Fabre, pianist; Nancy soprano; Arline Florin; comBetty Haseltine, pianist; Kephart, conductor; WlleDoux, tenor; John Rabe! 'cellist; Lola Ruth, soprano; [Stetson, baritone; and RolBtnos, violinist. tond-Berk Team ires Ball Tie Calm's Diamond-Berk Insuroftball aggregation assured |;it least a tie in the first | of the Greater Miami JewCommunity Center Town softball intramurals here Bting the Center Independa slugfest contest, 14 to he best that the Center group [do was to bring the game in the 6th inning at 10-all, which young, fast, bunt-conDiamond-Berk sprang four uns to pull the game out of Ire. fther contests at Flagler Park, Killer's Jewish War Veterans Iway from cellar occupants |ts of Pythias, 9-2 and, at the End Park, Flagler-Granada Community Center nosed nd place Sunshine State, 10-7. Jews In Sports Walter H. Bieringer (right), president of United Service for New Americans, represented a number of national Jewish organizations in a delegation of sectarian leaders who visited the White House to confer with President Eisenhower on immigration legislation. Joining Bieringer in a prepared statement commending the President for his proposal that Congress pass emergency legislation to admit 240,000 refugees in the next two year are (left to right) Dr. Walter W. Van Kirk, National Council of Churches of Christ; Msgr. Edward E. Swanstrom, National Catholic Welfare Council; Dr. Paul C. Empie, National Lutheran Council; and Roland Elliott, of the Church World Services. The group also discussed revision of the McCarranWalter Immigration Law. By BILL WOLF (Copyright? 1*53. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) Sid Gordon, one of the leading Jewish players in the major leagues, finally managed to begin pulling out of the slump that had plagued him since the opening of the season. Sid was rated as one of the most powerful hitters in trie National circuit, but none of the power showed. He was batting below the .200 mark which just isn't Sid Gordon. But Sid looked a little more like himself in a recent game in which he knocked a two-run homer to win the contest for the Milwaukee Braves. The big blow came in the eighth inning against the Pirates. Gordon sent the score to 4 3, the final tally. Sid's homer sailed 330 feet to clear the left field fence in the Milwaukee park and sent outfielder Ralph Kiner diving in a vain attempt to get the ball. Sid, who plays left field, also helped himself to a double and knocked in three of his team's runs that afternoon. As a result of hitting more frequently, Gordon's average was up to .238 based on 19 hits in 80 times at bat. That still wasn't the Usual Sid Gordon, but he seemed to be getting there Elsewhere in baseball, Al Rosen continued setting his fast pace for the Cleveland Indians. In 83 times at bat, Al had 29 hits for an average of .349, one of the highest in the American League, Al's home run total stood at five which put him in a tie for second place in the home run competition of the American loop Cal Abrams was also going strong with a .358 average for Pittsburgh. In 87 times at bat, Cal had gathered 24 hits Saul Rogovin, Chicago White Six hurler, pitched his second victory of the season as against four losses. He won it at the expense of the Washington Senators to the tune of 7 3 ELECT A.J. Kaplan TO — City Council iz -to •& Plans continue to speed ahead for the Maccabiah games in Israel in September. The volleyball team that will represent the United States in the competition has been named. It will be the squad of the Jewish Community Center in Lynn, Massachusetts. Lynn won the honors by taking the National Jewish Welfare Board's volleyball tourney. The team will be piloted in Israel by Bernard O. Bloom, the club's coach who guided the squad to the JWB title 6 -it -k A request was made to the Soviet chess team, on which several of the top players are Jewish, to agree to a postponement of the scheduled match with the United States. The match was scheduled to take place June 10th through 18th. The new proposed date is July 27th. The reason for the switch in dates is understood to be a conflicting match in Argentina for Samuel Reshevsky leading US player. One of the highlights of a US-Soviet chess match would be a meeting between Reshevsky and Mikhail Botvinnik, the world champion, who is also Jewish. V Q Q Abo Saperstein, basketball promoter whose Harlem Globetrotters have become the world's most famous cage squad, will be portrayed in a Hollywood movie. A film is in the making on the story of the Globetrotters. The team of outstanding Negro players has appeared throughout the world, and basketball players in many lands MORE HARD WORKING — LESS SHIRKING! MORE COMMON SENSE — LESS NONSENSE! PULL LEVER (Pd. Tolltlcal Adv.) 5 01*2*! 12 Elect Your Friend 12 Harold SHAPIRO (Pd. Political Adv.) HEALTH <•*> fJUNE 'DAIRJ BEST BUTTEB Shore Joint Affair North Shore B'nai B'rith and Lodge will jointly or the first of a series of My dances on Sunday, May the Driftwood Room of the llus Hotel. Mrs. Selma Leban pirman, with Mrs. Sol Schwartr a.s co-chairman for the chapTobias Simon is chairman for odge. FERTILIZER 4.7-5 all purpose with |m,ingancse and magneiium 100 Hi. BOO $2.65 (ARM AND HOME SUPfHY CO. f6 Aimeria Ave„ Coral Gablei Ihone 4-1339 for Free Delivery Builders of Immortal Memorials for the jrort $ mam Jewish Trade Set er Rhone Me NAT GANS 3-4818 — 4-tMl LIFE INSURANCE NEED* Metropolitan Life Ine. Ce. •<" Bleceyne lfl. %  • W. Flagler M. Look lor the 2-Story Whit* Building Thurmond Monument Co. CEMETERY CHABGE8 Ope,n SundayPhoaa 4-3249 TV REPAIRS IMME DiATt mivisioN sama NIGHTS, SUNDAYS, HOLIDAYS $3 for Call Phone CITY-WIDE TV S3-1M The Prince of KOSHER VIHTAGES. ENDOHSED 11 LEADING OtTHQDOX %  AMIS PREMIUM KOSHER WINE £%UST BROS RY| Year Bret tip of thii lull bodied, deep-colored, rlch-eromexi vlntefe will convince jrou tliet here it the nneet Kother Wine aver bottled worthy to beer the honored neme of ITREIT. wtede in upM*te New York, wbert the irepet growl Mete aad tented hy mitt.. WHO* El. Elect NAT MALMUTH 5 The ONLY Merchant Business Man for Council VOTE a Business Man for a Business Administration MAKE YOUR VOTE COUNT Pull Lever 6 -Elect Nat Malmuth %  (Pd. Political Adv.) VOLUNTEER FOR ISRAEL ON BIG DAY SUNDAY, JUNE 14, 1953 STATE OF ISRAEL 1622 COLLINS AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH TEL. 5--55wl %  •i



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MAY 29. 195$ *knlslFkrMton PAGE 5 A %  •* %  late May Seek East Survey ontinued from Page >'* to the subcommittee that estoration of a substantial oi territory, such as Western is one of the most logical, id practicable things that can nr to promote a real solution Arab refugee problem." He pggested that funds paid to Ifugees could come from inly paid to Israel by Germany. j Reverend Karl Baehr, execuJiroctor of the American %  an I'alestine Committee, told Tnate Subcommittee that re|bic opinion has been exthat the Arab states do not [want to solve the Arab refjrohlem but wish to keep the (live as a political football. Arab war against the UnitItions decision created not be Arab refugee problem, fcrinfi today by UN count 800.000, but made inevitable Lpansion of the Jewish refuoblem. for it made untenable kition of substantial Jewish unities in the Arab world," fend Baehr said. pointed out that the Israelis filling to make compensation land abandoned by the efugeei and thus to facilitate resettlement in Arab lands. sic reason the Arab refugee n has not been solved, he that 'the armistice agreeare in force, but they are not only as a necessary |e toward a signed peace, but over behind which economic plitical warfare may be caragainst Israel." iard Campaigns Mobile Unit kmbent Melvin Richard this kaicl that he seeks re-election %  se 1 feel the people of the )f Miami Beach are not get ull value for their tax dolncilman Richard has been cting his campaign with a public address system and lomobile in which he urges nts to stop him and discuss I pertinent to the councilmanfction, I only rally of the campaign ningo Park, supporters apthere included Seymour B. an, Mayor Shepard Broad, J. Talianoff, Dr. Herman p-tnii. Paul Seiderman and Jess on. hard has received national pty as the result of the "lone j position he took in attemptstamp out the racket ele|on Miami Beach, as well as indicate book making operaAccording to his supporters, tivities have drawn comment Jew Pearson and Bob Consir nd on numerous occasions by rime Commission of Greater National Council Slates Section Eiection Here A special election of section officers will be held by the Greater Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women on Wednesday, June 3rd, 1:30 p.m., at the Delano Hotel. The Nominating Committee consists of the Mesdames Stanley Myers, chairman, Leo Ackerman, Morris Burk, Max Dreycr, Joseph Duntov, I. E. Harris, Ted Pritikin, Reuben Rochkind and Herman Wepman. The slate includes the Mesdames Aaron Kanner, president; Jean Lehman, Nathaniel Levin and Monte Selig, vice presidents; Joseph Gleicher, recording secretary; H. B, Leschel, corresponding secretary; Ruth Guthman, treasurer; and Irving Kobley, auditor. The program will include a discussion on the Dade County-Miami proposed merger plan. Speakers will be Daniel Redfern and Abe Aronovitz. Hebrew Teachers Meet The Hebrew Teachers' Association of Greater Miami will meet on Saturday evening, 8:30 p.m., at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. A Nominating Committee will offer its recommendations to be followed by election of officers for the forthcoming year. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 13 HEHKBY GIVEN that the iiii'l, rMKiii-il, (lrslrlnK to engage in buHhipxH under the fictitious name of FRANK EL'S EXQUISITE MNENS. at 3525 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, intendx to register Hald name with the. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. IRVING FRANKEL, 5/29 — 6/5-12-19 Excitingly Different Taste! \ Temple Honors Flag The Pythian Sisters of Roosevelt Temple No. 33 will hondr the flag at a meeting on Wednesday, June 3rd, 8 p.m., at 500 SW 17H Avenue. A Flag Day ceremonial will be presented under the direction of Mrs. Alvin Stern. Hostesses will be Rita Weisman, Florence Winer, Katie Gordon, Eva Schuster, Tillie Sandier, Past Chief Mildred Kotzen and Past Chief Alice Brooks. Kenrieth Wendell Roth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Roth, 109 3rd Terrace, Rivo Alto Island, will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, May 30th, 10:45 a.m., at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish • will ofiiciate. Kenneth is a seventh grade student at Nautilus Junior High School. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In lundness under the fictitious name of HISCAYNE REKTAURANT, at 1 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOSEPH BANOWITZ, Sole Owner LEONARD KAI.ISH Attorney for Owner 1001 Dul'onl Building 5/29 — 8/5-12-19 Miami Office: 153 N.E. 29th St. Phone 82-4731 ALL-STAR SUPPORT for TURK \ JOStPH M. ROSI L. P Religioui leodtr CARLWIINKU J Bujinesiman ^fl IER "PLAY-TIMr IS %  KILL "SPRAY" TIKI IL-KILL BUG KILUR US BUGS 3 WAYS r kill bug* by contact, innion and vapor action with guaranteed REAL KILL. Don't let annoying bugs take the "good-time" out of summertime! Buy REAL-KILL today. 'ftrM. DAVID S.ANDD.ON ... Aorhor, Educator MRS. STDNIY WIINTRAUft •%  Ovbwomon _> r SAM %  ROSTUMAN JteKred Stnineumon MRS. USSII NIISON Community leader | JOSH GOLDSTROM I. Pioneer leader y < JOSIV DUNTOV x Cvhvral loader J. NINRY COVI laundry Ooerotor PINT DOTTLE 69c ANNAIRtNNIRMIYIRS Affomey.CKibwomon +4r > ^ *K IM.l tp.ni. RALLY + SUNDAY NIGHT. MAY 31st LABOR LYCEUM + 25 Washington Avenue "* REFRESHMENTS /%/Z ARE pleased and honored to join with thousands oi Councilman Harold Turk's Honda in endorsing, supporting and working lor his reelection. Mr. Turk's record oi accomplishments has distinguished him aa an outstanding mayor and Councilman. He has made invaluable contributions to the welfare of our community by his program of civic planning, promotion of business and civic betterment We need his continued unselfish and experienced service. WE URGE THE RE-ELECTION OF TURK. LEVER 14 (Pd. roIiticl Adv.)



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i rnor McCarty Named Honorary jrrnan Of BIG Day June 14th ernor Dan McCarty has accepted honorary chairmanship for the State of Israel Bond Organization, it was revealed here boll conferring the honor will be presented at the Bond dinner gd in the Saxony Hotel on Sunday evening. Guest of honor will ;x>uis Glasser, who has Just from Israel. Speaker will ken Dafni, of the Israel lAffairs Ministry, jertrude Jacobs, arrangelairman, reported that this first time the honor had nferred on a Governor of although several other across the United States iusiness Leaders Endorse Frank In Joint Statement Business and civic leaders of Miami Beach who have personally endorsed and are giving their active support to the re-election of Councilman Bernard A. Frank include Leonard L. Abess. Charles L. Clements, Reba Engler Daner, Mrs. Milton Feller, Baron De Hirsch Meyer, S. J. Ha 1 perin. Seymour Liebman, Max Orovitz, Mrs. Mil.(iii Sirkin, Dr. Barney Weinkle and Harry Zukernick, according to an announcement this week. In a joint statement here, they Olga llihor Storm Heard En RecittU Olga Bibor Stern presented her pupils in a third annual piano rental Sunday at he home of Mr. md Mrs. Louis 5. Goldman, 4485 Jorth Jefferson Vvenue. Mrs. Stern has iccompanied nuI lerous outstand4 rig artists from Mrs. Sttrm he Metropolitan and Chicago Ope r a companies. In addition, she played command performances at the White House, said that "Frank fulfilled the i as we il as in New York's Carnegie pledges of his election campaign and Town Halls. William 0. Sinfer ter Ben-Gurion, during her stay. At the same time it was announced that there had been a "satisfactory" response for BIG Day volunteers as the result of an appeal issued here by Bernard I. Binder, commander of BIG Day campaign which will be held on Sunday, June 14th. "We need the help of every possible worker to canvass the Miami area," Binder declared. "This is member of t >e c ^ max l ie Spring campaign „ !for the Israel Bond organization, the women s delegation whose visit Governor Don McCarty Singer who has been closely associated with Governor McCarty in the past. Mrs. Glasser will report on her intensive three-week tour of key centers in Israel as was sponsored by the Bond organization. Her visit coincided with celebrations marking the Fifth Anniversary of Israel during which she met with Jewish State leaders, including Prime David MinisReoven Mml en named honorary chairiting the scroll on behalf (Governor, who will be unattend the dinner because illness, will be William


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<1A. Mm^i In recognition oi 12 years of community service as executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Morris Klass left receives a citation from Stanley C. Myers, at the group's 15th annual meeting held in the Empress Hotel. More than 450 persons attended the dinner event sivfrli %  : the Sisterhood of Knesseth Israel rongrenation: William Weintraub of the Sisterhood of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation; and Meyer Katz. of Beth Tfilah Saterfcaod. Secretaries will be Mrs. Malvina Schwartz, recording, and Mrs. Clara Wein-'oek. corresponding. Mrs. Bev-ie Rappaport is designated as treacrer. Mrs Moses Mescheloff was named program chairman and will be in charge of a workshop session to include an institute on fund raising, parliamentary procedure, public relations, membership and programming. The Council, an affiliate of the Warner, s Branch of the Union of Orthodox Congregations of America, will act as an over-all coordinating body to its member Sister hoods. .Mrs. tt'itvr Headn Si'iH'.sch Group Mrs William Feuer has been elected president of the Hannah Sene>ch Group of Hadassah during elections lat week. Others are the Mesdames Abraham Cassel. Herman Philips. Ralph Spero and Jack Falk. vice presidents: Lily Hutt. financial secretary Maurice Klein, recording secretary; May May. corresponding secretary' The Mesdaraes Rose Cohen, social secretary; Charles Bushel 1. treasurer: Israel Teitch. auditor;! Benjamin Kohl, chapter represen-1 tative; and Moses Krieger. parliamentarian. Mrs Morris Alpert is founder president. Honorary president is Mrs Abe Greenberg. Rabbi Mescheloff To Present Report Invitation was received by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. of Beth Jacob Congregation, to present a report to the 17th annual convention of the Rabbinical Council of America which opens a tae Pine View Hotel in Falls burg. New York, on June 1st. and continues through I the 4tfa. The forthcoming tercentenary I celebration of. American Jewry. I chaplaincy requirements in the j Armed Forces of the United States i and religious endeavor here and in Israel will be among the' major subjects of discussion by the Coun-1 1 cil which is the spokesman body for more than 500 leading orthodox ; rabbis in the United States and | Canada. According to Rabbi Theodore L. j Adams, of Jersey City. New Jersey, national president of the Council, attention will be given to the Council's "growing practice of ex' panding the influence of traditional Judaism by the formation of regional organizations throughout the nation." Rabbi Mescheloff. a member of the National Advisory Committee and chairman of the Florida Region of the Council, will report on field activities in the South. Principal speaker at the convention will' be Rabbi Dr. Joseph B. Soloveit1 chik. of Roxbury. Massachusetts, reportedly one of the foremost TalI mudical scholars and orators in the i nation. Again Bay Broad, first and only **ti Broad A Shcpard Mayor of Bay Harbor Islands, has been elected to head the town shi p again in a unanimous choice by the Bay Harbor Islands Council. Sworn in with Broad was Dr. Harrison A. Walker as a councilman. He succeeds I. E. Harris who did not run. Reappointed were J. M Lelchuk. town manager; Richard M. Dash, town clerk; Gerald Fan-el. police chief: and W. Frank Manship, fire chief. Others appointed are M. B. Garris. engineer; Lewis Horowitz, attorney: Theodore R. Nelson, judge: Hal Herman, director of public reM arb0, ^V? V^^: Marianne p 5^ %  ^ Hardd sUversT? 1 Graner. H aroldDp ^ loam E. Hendry^' sistant and pl umbill d general superim^ spectively. ^| I w n the Board, tn A Weiss Major WilliS I ;hahn. Ed car Haw*? Cl jShuflin .KrvinKortth* S Burk. Planning 3 DavidM. Abel.Jo^, d Sam roolik, Bui ii Board of Appeals; anaTL jamin N. Kane and jJ; j Zoning BoaM of Af ff, Szold Hadassah Ends Season Henrietta Szold Group of Hadassah closed its series of educational meetings with a luncheon at the j Trocadero Restaurant Wednesday. Mrs. Barnett Beckerman. group education chairman, was in charge. Rabbi Moses Mecheloff, of Congregation Beth Jacob, was guest speaker. An original program of group singing was led by Mrs. Sam Baumann TB Ward Schedule Continues Metropolitan B'nai B'rith Worn-. en's Council of South Flonda. through its veterans chairman. Mrs Helen Sanders, announces that its schedule for the TB Ward at Veteran s Administration Hospital in Coral Gables will continue through-, out the summer months. The schedule began with a strawberry festival on Thursday evening. Junior Hadassah Installs Officers The Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah will hold a Best Foot Forward Dance on Sunday. May 31st. 9 p m at the Monte Carlo Hotel, announced Elaine Schwartzman, president. Fund raising chairman. Elaine Wolfson. said that there will also be a Cinderella Prince Charming Contest Proceeds will go towards Junior Hadassah Israeli propects. In charge of arrangements are Ona Kaplan. Pat Pearl. Delores Pearl. Ruthe Dixon and Annette Levitt Mkxmi Convalescent Horn* B peclaliiing in Car* to tlM Elderly and Chronically III. Z4-Heur Nuraing Service Special Oiata Strictly Observed Private and Semi-Private Roomi. LEO ALLEN. Director S3S S.W. 12th Avenue PKonea 3-S437 and f-OETS ?^e?v.^ l ^n^x^>^e?-*e?-* e ?->v 6 ?>^>^> Trarel Film On Miami The final program of the travel film. See The World In Twelve Days, will be shown tonight. 8 p m at the Miami Public Library. The picture features the following topic*: industrial Miami, vacation at Miami Beach. Florida fishing and Florida holiday. STAR of DAVID MEMORIAL PARK A ItmiSH CAtDIM 0/ UlMAl Mid Bernard E. Supworth. Pre*. 51th ST. PALMETTO ROAB, SOUTH MIAMI PH. 47-3449 &f %  ""' %  *• Tanas May %  < Arraaftw H •mini Listen To SCHACHTER'S New Yiddish Program H to t ftm "* %  *•" % %  *• rt e-J km rk. •artast KstMie> m feeSarw MM UmUk r%Sasseto NORMAN H. LYONS. News nosauiu snoot iiet Ahemd WAke Ruth and ft & Ask about our Save-for Success Plan Industrial SAYINGS BANK 4* W. FLAGLER ST. LEONARD L. ABESS, I LARGEST SAVINGS SANK IN THE SOUTH Tim €n gra v i n g Company commercial social hotel Jf ENGRAVED Mm, • .,, f m : I I calling carf$ monograms invitatipns wedding announcements / %  122 n.9. $ixth street miami 32, florido



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PAGE 2B *-JelstncrMk*n in nrr -- >*• • %  UM Pop Concerts To Open Summer Season June 21st: List Varied Fare Summer pop concerts, music for eight. All tables will be reserved everyone to enjoy, will be the fare on tin main floor. Seventy unrethis coming summer for Greater j served chairs are scheduled for the Miami and its guests NEW YORK 00 ^, M '* !" Beach *^ The season,} lower floor. The remainder of the j been named to th, extended to ten concerts, will be house, balcony and dress circle, I tors of the A 'H,i| given at the air conditioned Miami will be unreserved. | An >ericai! j^a Beach Auditorium by the Univer%  In addition to the June 21st proj? sitv of Miami Summer Symphony j gram, the artists arc as follows: ... V' rganiza *ion ij orrh^tra with John Bnter. music i Ruth Ponselt. violinist. June 2h mance f tedm, Orchestra, with John Biiter, music Ruth Ponselt, violinist. June 28th. „ John Bitter; Giulio Gari. tenor l-Jct July 5th. John Bitter: Jesus Maria I '^ director. Mr. Bitter will conduct six of the ten concerts. There will be two \ Sanroma. pianist. July 12th, John' ann *"' accord 'ng to %  guest conductors. Modeste Aloo j Bitter; Roberts and Walker, of the! R!hh Ce m t. m and Izler Solomon, who appeared Doyly Carte Opera. July 19th, John th<1 ? K ""**" | here last summer The concerts Bitter. i ~^„V' b Ins wtute <* Margaret Stern. pianist._ July "f 2^*, Judge Harold Spaet. rice president. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, president and Herbert Scher. vice president, of the Jewish Social Service Bureau, examine a report of the year's achievements prior to the JSSB 33rd annual meetinq on June 7th. JSSB Slates 33rd Annual Meeting For June 7th; To View New Role Of Agency The Jewish Social Service Bureau will hold its 33rd annual meeting en Sunday morning. June 7th. in the Starlight Room of the Biscayne Terrace Hotel Highlighting the program will be a puppet show. Seeing Is Believing portraying modern casework in action. "As Greater Miami has grown and changed, the Jewish Social Service Bureau, oldest private voluntary personal service agency in the community has kept pace with %  — at 8 p.m.. instead of 8:30, Margaret Stern, pianist. July D, h L, rec lv l t to Mrs. Marie Volpe, 28th. Modeste Aloo: trier Sohnnon. 1^,"' and ***• of 1 will be according manager ,—„— —,— The first concert, on June 21st, j ist August 9th. huer Solomon; Ora in ^ Tcm P | < S will feature pianist Jorge Bolet. in, Rottenberg. pianist. August 16th. I takin !?** works by Rachmaninoff, and Barhuer Solomon: and Jean Bedetti, • ver t e I*** bara Gibson, coloratura soprano. 'cellist, and Shirlee Emmons, soThere will be ISO tables, seating. prano, August 23rd, John Bitter August 2dd; Joyce Flissler. violin ,*"£; a !" fie *rri ^ i_ > —.._•_.._ fr of Temple r — t> --.- cue nak| Beach Jewish Center! this growth, adapting itself to new and changing needs." according to Stanley C Myers, president \ :J puppets, a new roie of the r.ey will be made clear, accord la MrM>ers. that of a coun-.g center for Jewish fan-.: iBerascttsJ percentage of the vork has been in the area u! and parent-child counsel Presiweal | i the pat tw* years. *ill discuss the new of JSSB here "Those who have followed the agency's prog>he said this week, "will rethat in addition to creating a counseling service for the Jewish community geared to a Jewish phi I mittee. which has been chaired by Mrs Aaron Farr. will be presented to the meeting. The committee is continuing its practice of rotating members so that additional leadership can serve on the Board Proposed new members are Mrs. Seymour Liebman. Mr? Alexander Robbins. Mrs Sam Silver. Jerome Stern. David Stuzin. Mrs. Harry and Mrs Moe Feingold. Members of the Board being presented for reelection are R W.I hams Apte. Mrs Leonard Beldner. Mrs. Aaron Farr. Leon Kaplan.; MrNathaniel Levin and Bernard Pallant The meeting will be in the form ol a Sunday morning brunch. osopfay and culture, the Jewish Social Service Bureau has developed mm ,, • T _• xr J i_ cooperative semces with the^ew MKnni J 1 "" 0 Hadassah rsh Home for the Aged, Greater. Plans Sunday Dance Miami Jewish Community Center and the Council of Jewish Women s Sheltered Workshop Members of the organization wui be particularly interested us learning about the newty mounted fee system which permits these who can. to pay for the rn —i wtrng service received." Annual donor and installation luncheon was held by the Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah on Sunday at the Sorrento Hotel Jo-Ann Shier, former membership chair-' man. was in charge of the affair Elaine Waif son. newly elected president, was installed by Elaine New members of the Board being c~v. t^~~— i _iea~i i.^ v < --_ S cks form r !" **al president of submitted b> the Nominating ComSUNRtfrAK* >* HEALTH RESOffT HOTTLSANTTAMM the Southeast Region of Junior Hadassah and member of the Miami Unit. Others installed were Ona Kaplan. Elaine Schwartzman and Wilma Shulman. vice presidents Ruthe Dixon. recording secretary: Helene Bochner. corresponding secretary: and De lores Pearl, treasury.AbTaham S. Hyman. farmer general counsel of the United States War Crimes Commission and advisor on Jewish Affairs to Generals McCloy and Keyes in Germany and Austria, has been named administrative director of the World Jewish Congress. He will coordinate the activities of the three branches of the WJC executive in the Western Hemisphere, Europe and Israel and supervise the administrative functioning of the world-wide Jewish agency with which Jewish communities in more than 60 countries are affiliated. NV JGLST BKOS R>, > • • %  • flf v ; — DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE S7 H. E. 5th Street PhM • -•401 AL MEIOENBERO, Ownir '-< I I eAoc*e ( gou&m/i>* {fa fin*tf , the season on Monday, June 1st. Deutch chairman of th I it 130 p.m.. in the Beth El ConCommittee, gregation. according to Mrs. Israel' The ceremony was a I Goldberg, president. I on the Trail and 37th An £1 ACC 'OB EVERY OIAJJ PURPOSE %  TORE FROrTT — PLATE and WTNEK5W CUfl L. e% G. Glaus sad Mirror Wrki| 136 S.W. Mb St PHONE HMl MORRIS ORUS IRVISG GORDOI General lUvair en al Make Track* .-.d Can %  l e etri e and Aeetymne w..d { COULTON BROS. 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)lain Holds Shavuoth ice In Frigid Alaska |uin Edwin Sehoffman dentally, I now have a round dozen [Lieutenant, USAF j of these religious marriage certifiWe had a Jewish wedj cates, and the female situation be lone day last month and, D y other events that are be back home, it turned bne of those big, memoritji^wi,^ MIAMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1953 SEC. B ing what it is up here, I predkl they'll last a good five years. • • • thing, it was. to my the first all-Jewish milping in Alaska, the prang Second Lieutenant ( er of Los Angeles, a 5th Hospital, and-Secenant Joseph Strahs, of [a jet plane radar-observoff, we had to construct We built two stands trith base supports, covHth a canopy of chicken then turned it over to rceful ministrations of a Ho, intertwining ferns, I flowers and draping the green gauze, did a gor\h Then, inevitably, I 0 ss a portable chuppah cessor, Chaplain Freedbeen using! jpel, specially decorated, [a white runner down the looked really beautiful, were in formal uniform, in white (she having, for fcent, put aside her lieufunifonn). The ceremony pie. the "charge" short, all there hovered an unilc air of sweetness and chanted all the Hebrew, tea translation and exsince half of the atwere non-Jewish, it addjy to the occasion for all exactly what was going Irything was fine, except Iketubot hadn't arrived in we bad to dispense with Redding got big write-ups ures in the papers and eviras happy. The only thing the ketubot did arrive, T Imake it retroactive. InciShavuoth has come and gone. 11 was a nice holiday, bringing with it cheer and spiritual warmth. To begin with, I issued a mimeographed newsletter dealing with the Yom Tov. Then I made up five large Shavuoth gift parcels and mailed them to Jewish personnel at stations I would not be able to visit during the month. They contained lots of useful items, as well as food, that the boys in the barracks greatly appreciated. At Ladd and Eielson. which I visited, the Shavuoth celebrations were fine and enjoyable. Here at Elmendorf, our Tuesday night club devoted its meeting to a discussion of Shavuoth. I also conducted a Shavuoth service at Kodiak. The Shavuoth service here, at Elmendorf, was the best-attended religious event since the High Holy days. Well over a hundred people showed up for it, representing better than one-third of the Jewish population in the entire area. My reading of the service was accompanied by much noise and merrymaking, and afterward there was the gay distribution of gifts. All in all, amemorable event, traditionally celebrated here, so far removed from the mainstream of Jewish life. ADL Report Reveals Pattern Of Discrimination In Florida Hotels Discrimination against Jews in Florida resorts outside of the Mi-1 In addition, a spot check of 88 e^ a te r nr.rt^ e nf t ^ ^Sl^S^SSl PaUern f reSOrt and real Fort Laurferdale resort establishestate practices of any state in the Union, it was revealed here in a survey made public by George J. Talianoff, chairman of the Florida Executive Committee of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai BTith. The state-wide Florida survey" of 809 resort hotels and real estate agencies showed that Jewish appli% %  > Exhibit Remains Open The exhibit of 34 Jewish artists which has been on view at the Sea Isle Gallery of Contemporary Art, 3100 Collins Avenue, will remain open for an extra week, closing June 1st. The exhibit is sponsored by the Bureau of Jewjsb Education and the Congress for Jewish Culture. cants were acceptable in only 28 percent of the cases. Non-Jews applying for accommodations in the same hotels showed an acceptance rate of 62 percent. Aside from these specific figures revealed by the survey, investigation of the policies of hotels and real estate agencies show that many stated boldly that they catered only to Gentiles. Others used stock euphemisms such as "restricted clientele" and "selected clientele" to. indicate their policy that no Jews were wanted. "We are making the facts of the League's survey public in accordance with the League's program, which is based on the realization that bigotry directed against any single group in this country hurts all Americans," Talianoff said. "The practice of setting up group or religious qualifications for admission to public accommodations." he declared, "establishes a social pattern directly opposed to tne democratic concepts on which the American way of life is based. This undemocratic pattern not only forces minority groups into 'ghettoes' of their own but results in self-created 'ghettoes' for the socalled dominant elements in the population on a purely artificial basis." Talianoff pointed out that resort discrimination In time would have an adverse effect on Florida's vital tourist industry. He asserted also that the State has a moral obligation to see that the situation is corrected. "The flagrant display of discrimination," he said, "cannot help but make a lasting impression on the millions of visitors from all parts of the nation, many of whom come to feel that prejudice and bigotry are an accepted part of the Florida scene." Some resorts went out of their way to add insult to injury. One hotel wrote that it followed a rements revealed that 73 displayed discriminatory outdoor signs such as "Restricted Clientele," "Selected Clientele," etc. In Delray Beach, a community %  which openly boasts of being "the only city on the East Coast fally restricted to Gentiles," Jewish applicants have virtually no chance of being accepted, the League reports. Half of the replies received by the individual with a "Jewish" name contained categorical discriminatory statements while the remainder used subtle phraseology indicating that Jewish guests were not welcome. While all attempts to change tHe discriminatory pattern in Fort Lauderdale and Delray Beach have stricted policy with regard to "pets, children under 12 years of age and j failed, marked gains^ have J>een the Hebrew Religion." Another advised that, "We have most denominations of churches with the exception of Jewish Synagogues," while a prominent realtor assured prospective clients that "We do not sell property to Miami Beach elements or their cousins from Brooklyn." The survey, prepared jointly by Alexander F. Miller, director of the League's Southern office, Gilbert i J. Balkin, director of the League's Florida Regional office, and Louis Krapln, director of the National made in other Florida communities. The League's survey shows that in St. Petersburg, where widespread discrimination formerly existed, the Jewish applicant had an acceptance rate of 9 percent as a result of an educational campaign initiated by the League in cooperation with civic and religious leaders. The League cited Miami Beach as an even more impressive example of the results which can be achieved by the determined efforts of an enlightened citizenry. In GE* *> UlOVl ^ GOQD & FRANKFURTERS CORNED BEEF SALAMI BOLOGNA PASTRAMI You |ust haven't tasted a really food frankfurter until you taste these. Choice Western corn-fed boot, subtly seasoned to tantalizing goodness. And the Salami Is truly truly wonderful. Nothing matches the exquisite, exalted bouquet and flavor of M l.mi that .rre. the proud Israel Kosher trade mark! Discrimination-Department, show! 1945, a number of Miami Beach ed that resort discrimination follows a distinct geographical pattern. Almost every resort center on Florida's East and West Coast has establishments which exclude Jews while the Central and Northern areas of the State show comparatively little discrimination. Discrimination was particularly acute, the study showed, in two Florida communities — Fort Lauderdale and Delray Beach. 56 percent of the hotels in Fort Lauderdale indicated discrimination against Jews in replies to requests for reservations with an additional 4 percent "using language which might be construed as discriminatory (as, for example, the phraseology "near churches"). hotels still displayed signs reading "Gentiles Only" and "Restricted Clientele." World Warn veterans and other interested citizens persuaded some local hotel owners to abandon their discriminatory practices. Others remained adamant but following the enactment of an Anti Discriminatory Advertising Ordinance by the City Council in 1949. the remaining discriminatory signs were removed. The League reports that a similar ordinance was also highly effective in the neighboring community of Surfside and that no discriminatory signs have been displayed by its hotels and apartment houses since the law was passed in 1051. LOOK FOR THIS SIGN U>mand ISRAEL KOSHER.. Get What You Demand! V Israel National Kosher Sausage Co.. InC MIAMI Phone* 30721 ~ 3 4 5 230 N.W. 5th STREET MIAMI y.k.ifcr.tl. The citirens of Israel, with the assistance of investment capJaf deiTeTfrom the State of Israel Bond Issue £*£ urinq the agricultural implements that will help them wm economicindependence. Here are two workers at a factory Tupped by IsTael Bonds making a blade ^ a reaptog m* 6S pe'cint of Israel's total agricultural need, are bemg met by its own products.


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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 8 p.m., dedicated to graduates of Greater Miami's high schools. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate, assisted by Cantor Maurice Mamcbes and the Beth David Student Choir. Olin Webb, principal of Miami Senior High School, will be guest speaker. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when the Bar Mitzvah of Philip, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Spero, will take place. Floral offerings will be by the Speros. Mincha is at 6:15 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. • • • TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold 8:15 be at 6 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Junior services are in the Academy Hall at 10 a.m. Jack Louis Herskowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Herskowitz, 2120 SW 11th Street, will become Bar Mitzvah during the Saturday morning senice. • • • HOLLYWOOD JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi David Shapiro officiating and discussing: The Tongue Of; The Prophet. Kiddush will be re-1 cited by Neil Ramo. Cantor Joseph [ Friday evening services at { w Malek will render the musical, p.m., honoring graduates of j portions of the service. Mr and Greater Miami'* Synagogue Directory Asudstn Israel—Rabbi Isaac Ever, Orthodox. SX5 78th St., Miami Beach. Bath David — Rabbi Max Shapiro. Conservative, ttii SW Ird Ave„ Miami. Beth El—Dr. Shmaryabu Swlrsky. Orthodox, Wo 8W 17th Ave., Miami. Bath Jacob—Rabbi Hows Meechetoff. orthodox. 201-111 Wash. A., M.B. Bath Sfcetem—Rabbi Leon Kronlsh. Liberal. 4144 One* Ave.. M.B. Bath Tfflah—Rabbi Joseph Rackovaky. Orthodox. MS Euclid Ace., Miami Beach. Coral Gables— Rabbi Morris Skop. Liberal. SZ Palermo Are, C. Gablea Downtown Synagogue—Orthodox, ltt KW rd Ave.. Miami. Flaolor-Granada—SO NW list Place. Miami. Hebrew Academy — Rabbi Alexander Gross, Orthodox. 1S th 8t MB Hialeah-Miami Springa — Reverend Leo Helm. Conservative, Ml E. 4th Are.. Htalesh Hollywood — Conaerratlve. S0S0 Polk St Hollywood. Israelite Center — Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Conservative, 11)1 SW Miami. Oblturfe* •JUG. ESTHER ROTHMAN r i*> sw th .st A,~, T£" She came here Jl. of 1(20 SW >th St.. died May ,. She came her* seven years ago from New York, where services and bISS Beach Memorial Chapel. Survivor, In. *-BhUr. Mr* Rutk £.£ elude Miami Beach. JOHN ADLER .2. a retired Jewelry salesman, who came here seven year, ago from N„ York, passed away May loth. Surviv ing sre a son. John. Jr.. and a aranddauirhted. In New York. Service, were held by Beach Memorial ChauTT with burial la Mt. Nebo CameS? 1 1, 2"*Wt u i "* M •"""•"nentT' %  %  l Cemetery. Greater Miami senior high schools" I Mrs. Cecil A. Levinson will spon-1 K ^STgXStl HM i& A 5eUd" AV?' Miss Suzanne Goldberg and James *w the Oneg Shabbat. Saturday Kaufman will speak for the group.! morning services are at 9:30 a.m. Newly elected officers and trustees Reverend Mordechai Haalman will of the Temple will be installed by assist the Rabbi. Junior services Dr. Joseph Narct during the sen-'are at 930 a.m. Daily services are i scheduled for 9 a.m. ice. CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening serv-1 ices at 8 15 p.m.. with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating. Cantor Irving Miami Beach Miami Beach—Rabbi Irvine; Lehrman, Conservative. 1701 Wash. Ave.. M.B. Miami Hebrew School—Rabbi Simon April. Orthodox. 1101 SW llth Ave.. Miami. Monticello Park—lOcra Street and N*E llth Avenue. North Mlwiii Beach. North Dado—Rabbi Harry Ettlnger, Conservative. 11(10 W. Dial. Highway. North MlamL North Shore—Rabbi Mayer Abramowitx. Conservative, *I0 75th St., Miami Beach. Temple Israel—I>r Joseph Narot. Reform. 117 NK lth St.. Miami. Tifereth Isrssl — KM N. Miami Av., Miami West Miami—Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Conservative. 57ZO SW 17th St., Miami Young Isrssl — Orthdox, 4001 Chsse A vs.. Miami Beach. Zamora—Reverend Rudolf Brill, Conservative. 44 Zamora Ave.. Coral Gablea MRS. IRMA GOLDBERGER Jl of 17S HW 24th Ave. died May 21ft after a Ions lUness. The bodv •. "entto New York by Gordon Funeral Home for services and burial. Mr* (ioldberger came here about 10 months ago from New York 8ur vivlng are her husband, Samuel, and a son In New York. Mi.SPJi B i *re sent .""2_"l Friday BB~" ha;,..i. r tt^y&m a "•Hi earfS*"! KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services at 8.30 a.m. RabRobmson and the Center Choir unD Abraham Cassel will preach the der the direction of Leon Shift will Sabbath sermon. Cantor Abraham assist. Guest speaker will be Her; Seif will chant the liturgy. Saturbert Gelernter. past president of j ERF evening services are at 6:30 the Center. Saturday morning senP-nv Daily services are at 8 a.m.. ices are at 9:30 a.m., when Albert and 6:30 p.m. Auslander, son of Mr. and Mrs. • • Max Auslander. 3121 SW 68th Avenue, will become Bar Mitzvah. jwill hold Friday evening services • • • I at 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning' Tbe dedication of a monument MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN%  services are at &30 a.m. Mincha to tne memory of the late Harry TER will hold Friday evening servwill be at 6:30 p.m. followed by! Dubin. formerly of 3025 NE 8th ices at 6:30 p.m Saturday morn-, Shalos Seudos. Daily services are' Avenue *'•" take place Sunday. ing services are at 9 am. and will at 8 am, and at 7 p.m. I Mav 3l5t %  3:3 P". at Mt. Sinai • I Memorial Park Cemetery, with WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER %  "*' Mo rs Skop officiating. Mr. will hold Friday evening services Du £' n !" JZ?t* WSffWE at 6:30 p.m Saturday morning.?. f n faster Sgt. Martin, of the services are at 9 am. Mincha will T L S A J m > : and four daughters, be at 6 p.m.. followed by a talk! ^.f; Mar,ene **"*" "d Lilban, iRAEL SYNACsCKJUE r^j,^ Unvei]in venine services WSBBSBSBJ be dedicated to 1953 graduates of Miami Beach Senior High School. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will offici ate and discuss: All In The Name Of Tomorrow. Greetings will be extended by Irvin Katz. principal of the high school. Cantor David on Ethics Of Our Fathers by Rabbi Silverman will render the musical • Alfred Waxman portion of the liturgy. Mincha is l • at 5:30 p.m., followed by Shalos! Seudos in honor of Morris Cohen. house chairman of tbe Center. THE HEBREW ACADEMY will j hold Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning serv-. Daily services are in the chapel at,' ices are at 9 am., with Rabbi Al I exander S. Gross officiating andTcmnen Unveiling of Miami: also one brother. Morris. Mr. Dubin was a veteran of World War I. Arrangements arc in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. -. ,fJ ENJAM,N EDELMAN J-U7i 8W = 22nd Ter • -"*<• •> hut Friday. Services were held Sunday In Gordon Funeral Home, with burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Mr Kdelman came here four years ago from New York, where he had retired *• • retail clothing salesman. Surviving are his wife. Minnie, and a daughter. Mrs. Harriet Grey. CMAWLEB PAUL POLOAAR 4. of 10 NE 24th St died lsst Friday at bis home. Mr. I'olgaar ha \ yan Carrol Cook: two hrothera and four sisters. Including Mrs. Frances Roeensteln. Miami. Local arrangement, were in charge of Cordon s Funeral Home. Services and burial took place in Boston. **.y zist.' •even y ( husband. s. mut husband. Max L fate Sr*. by the Miami SO, of New T LEE J. Is survived by hU two brothert. IrvC a Mater. Mr. RaJy* were in New York, C.IYI with Riverride CbsiS'£3 of service, and h^^ ANNA DORR z*. formerly of i rrive, ia„] .,_ %  ; Sinai 1! vlved 1.;. bet husta sii.ter. MrI.iht,,-a, and M. holes s. mw JWsl terment to.* pa< ., ,, J( plot ..f ijr^.eUnd Meassr" with Kal.l.i J-n*ph | ing. Barvieea were I -le '"hapel, M ISAAC HIRSCMHORN •7. of 2M SW 20th Ave died Saturday A retired Jeweler, he came here nine years ago from New York City Survivors include his wife Mary, two ds lighters. Mrs. Sylvia Rosenberg and Mrs. Ruth Rosenberg. Burial took place In New York with local arrangements by Miami Riverside Memorial Funeral Home. delivering the sermon. Mincha is HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS at 6 p.m.. followed bv Shalos SeuJEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER dos Daily services "are at 7:30 will hold Friday evening services a.m and 6:45 p.m. at 8:15 p.m.. with Reverend Leo Heim officiating. Guest speaker will be Philip Begun, chairman of the Religious Activities Commitee. Subject of his discourse is scheduled as: Israel—People And State. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m.. when the Reverend will discuss the Weekly Portion. ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Isadore Tannen. formerly of 4570 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach, will take place Sunday, May 31st, 1 p.m.. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi bold regular services Friday at 6:30 i Leon Kronish officiating. Mr. Tanp.m.. with Reverend Rudolf E. Brill j nen is survived by his wife, Anne, officiating. Services will begin at {and son, Harold; two daughters. 9 a.m. Saturday. Edward Reiss, Mrs. Belle Peyser, of Miami, and son of Mr and Mrs. Victor G. Reiss, Mrs. Carol Greene, of West Caldwill become Bar Mitzvah. Kiddush, j well, NJ.; also two brothers, two offered by the parents, will follow, sisters and six grandchildren. ArI rangements are in charge of Palmjer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND c CONGREGATION win hold Friday ^ictaan Unveiling ZffVT!*? iSL* Pm i 5 ^' *" %  Action of a monument! ?S7 m 7 ? "n 83 ? I t 0 ^Oof the late Beatrice Of The Seemingly Impossible. Cantor Berele Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Avenue, will take place Sundav. May 31st. 3 p.m.. at Mt Nebo Cem etery, with Rabbi J Kaplan offici-, ating Mrs. Seidman is survived by three daughters including Edith scheduled fnr s r. !" s a .„ um nt Company. Friends and relscneduled for 5 p.m Mincha will atives are asked to attend < V-*'WWVw ranees Kahn. Services were held Sunday, at Miami Riveraide Memorial Chapel, and burial took place in New York. BENJAMIN KOOT of MSI Garland Ave. Surfside. died Sunday. Serv ices were held In the Oordon Miami Beach Chapel Monday. Mr. Koot. a retired manufacturer of children's clothing, came to the Miami area from Brooklyn. N.Y., five years ago. He leaves his wife. Mrs. Florence L. Koot: a daughter, Mrs. Mar>orle Jacker. of Surfside, and one grandchild. KILL FLYING IHSiCH. Schraqer Drag I 1001 w. FlssbrSl Wt Deliver ML 1|J DORA ULLMAN &f 0. of iM Collins Avenue, died on May Mth. She Is survived by her husband, one daughter and a sister. Remains •ere sent to Brooklyn. New York, for services and Interment by the Miami Beach Riverside. &S& a tew! YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR ON NEW TIME WINZ proudly presents The BBS. ef Jewts. fiii.sl.l.r. MORRIS NASATTR IVUY SUNDAY 7 H l:1S IVnY TUISOAY 7 to t ML f OWY YIOMSR rtOCtAM Ml AMD rVfMINCS IT riATtttt HAROLD SHAPIRO is rest swcwser* IT FIATURI no* ttRAn•*V*AMSV**WSV*^**W WE KILL CHINCH BUGS GUAKAMTttD tfSSlTS SANDERS LAWN AND TREE SPRAY SERVICE •AT Of StfNOAY CAU •7-4745 lELLMANl FUNKAl CHAhUI 1743 IAY MAM MtAI DAN MUUVMI] 51M)32J Um 24 HR. AMBUUNd NIW YORK ClTYi_ ll>2 GRAND TtlMONT 2-4W Mat HsaWa JWwkk H.II— %  *' Is. Lwltr, PA NTto-YC*I M IAMI TITLf sQktmctCo. tS TEARS OF TITLE SERVICE Dt DADE COUHTT ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TTTLElNSl THIS tossrsati PtAcirs s City Thk IsttwrawtsC*Cwwtwi, Ssvptos S fft WTVM 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE H"



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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY JME 27—Number 22 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MAY 29, 1953 PRICE: TEN CENTS isis In Israel Cabinet; Four Ministers Resign Camp In waria New diticalAxe NICH (JTA) — The displaced fis question has become a hot issue in the State of Ba|as a result of the demand hy Javarian State Secretary for fees, Professor Theodor Ober, for extraordinary powers ealc order in Foehrenwald," ^atch from this city reports. Foehrenwald displaced perpamp now houses 2,000 Jew>'s the last remaining Jewish [in Germany. This week, the llan parliamentary committee kfufiees visited the camp to fct the conditions under which (wish survivors of Nazism are Obcrlaender, a Sudeten an who was a high-ranking I official in occupied Czechokia and Russia during the [is understood to contemplate la drastic step as slashing govental subsidies to the camp inmates have no independncome of their own and deon German relief. He has [intimated that he would like Dplant the Jewish camp police [German policemen and turn the best building the camp kn-Jewish refugees of German '"mTtfjnt fTri T int nyflgd g\ increasing the supply oi fash to meet the requirements of "a growing population are being undertaken at the Government Experimental Station in Tantura near Haifa, Israel. The two-fold program is designed to enlarge both deep-sea and fresh-water fishing throughout the Jewish State and its coastal waters. The Tantura station is also experimenting in the use of new food stuffs, control of fash diseases and improved methods of breeding. |is also reported that the Sector Refugees wants to oust Jjal" DP's now residing in the fe. These "illegals" are chiefews who emigrated to Israel I then returned to Bavaria in itempt to proceed to the UnitItates or Canada. Meanwhile dissension in the camp bethe "old" DP's and the "il" is playing into Professor plaender's hands. American Joint Distribution nittee and the Central Coun! Jews in Germany have interin the situation in an at. to protect the DFx from hardships resulting from Obader's actions. be demand that the Jewish i at Foehrenwald be given the state assistance as "Volkssche" refugees expelled from lem Europe was voiced here %  oritz Weinberger, president of Association of Jewish Comlities in Bavaria. I einberger; who conferred here Professor Oberlaender after | official investigation of the threatened to institute legal edings against anyone who reed that there were "criminal Arab Refugee Probe: Senate May Organize On Spot Near East Survey WASHINGTON (JTA) —A subcommittee of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee may go to the Near East for an on-the-spot investigation of the Arab refugee problem, it was indicated Tuesday by Chairman Alexander Wiley of the Senate Committee. John B. Blandford, Jr., former director of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees, who testified before the Near Eastern Subcommittee of the Foreign Relations Committee, was asked by Senator Wiley what he thought of a Congressional investigation on the scene. Mr. Blandford said it was always helpful to view such problems at first hand. He advised, however, that they not try to cover too much could be effected, Mr. Blandford said that because of the nature of his agency he could not get involved in other political issues, but he suggested that one qualified expert might be able "to go back and forth chipping away at the probJERUSALEM (JTA)—The Israel Government was plunged into a new crisis Tuesday when the four General Zionist Ministers handed their resignations to Premier David Ben-Gurion, thus bringing to an end the five-month old Laborite-centrist coalition. The immediate reason for the resignations was that the Mapai Party council had overruled a General Zionist demand, supported by Premier Ben-Gurion, that only the Israeli flag be flown in all schools in the country and that only the national anthem be sung by schoolchildren. The rightwing Socialist Mapai council voted 60 to 21 to permit the flying.of a red flag and the singing of the Internationale at schools where a majority of the parnets of the pupils request it.The Mapai council acted Monday night. Tuesday morning the centrist Ministers—Trade and Industry, Dr. Peretz Bernstein; Interior, Israel Rokach; Health, Joseph Serlin; and Communications, Joseph Saphir— called on Premier Ben-Gurion to deliver an ultimatum that either the Mapai reverses its stand or they leave the Cabinet. Later in the day, they submitted their resignations in writing, as required by law. It was learned that the Progressive Party deputies in the Knesset had delegated their leader, Justice Minister Dr. Pinchas Rosen, to see Mr. Ben-Gurion and explore the possibilities of a compromise which would restore the status quo. If the Progressives find that no compromise is possible, they will then consider whether to remain in the Cabinet with the Mapai. Meanwhile, Yitzhar Harari, a Progressive deputy, expressed surprise that the Mapai was ready to throw the government into a crisis in the "political, security and economic situation in which the state is now." He predicted that if the Mapai would accept no compromise, the Progressives—a centrist party which has often sided with the Mapai— would leave the Cabinet, perhaps even this week. The Mapai council was scheduled to meet Tuesday night to consider the new situation. The Cabinet meanwhile discussed Israel's position in world affairs and its relations with various powers. A Cabinet spokesman, however, refused to elaborate on this announcement. The spokesman revealed that a committee of Ministers dealing with economic matters had considered plans for using Yarkon River water for irrigation purposes in the Negev. Finally, the Cabinet appointed Lord Nathan as its representative on the permanent arbitration commission established under the terms of the Israel-German reparations agreement. In other discussions, the Cabinet heard a report on defense measures necessitated by the continuing tension along the Jewish State's borders particularly along the Jordan frontier where Arab infiltration has increased. The Ministers were told that several detachments of the new Border Guards units—which are being established to permit the Army and regular police to turn their energies to other tasks—have already been formed and are in training. Meanwhile, Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett summoned the British Ambassador and the American charge d'affaires to his office in Tel Aviv to discuss the border situation. Mr. Sharett laid special emphasis on the Jordanian's rejection of a suggestion by truce supervisor General William E. Riley that a high level meeting be held to settle the border situation. ....... J_ s_ A military spokesman here denied emphatically charges made in a communique issued by the Jordan Government to the effect that Israeli armed forces attacked Jordanian villages along the southern section of the IsraeWordanian frontier. "No Israel security forces crossed the Israel-Jordanian border," the spokesman said. The Jordan communique asserted that Israelis had attacked 11 Jordan village.> on May 20th and 22nd, and three others in the Hebron area May 23rd. The Israel spokesman revealed that six Arab infiltrees were killed by Israeli border police last week in six separate clashes most of which occurred in the Gaza area. In the last few days, Jewish guards at settlements in the Jerusalem area have repulsed Arab **&*_*£ ground or too many places. Asked by Senator Wiley how a gea mat mere were "criminal *** v ients" among the Jewish DFs. recon ciliatibn of A rab s ana jew llel Council Presents Turk With Citation; cognizes Effort In Local Fund Drive long-time worker in the B'nai family, having served as Iraqi Minister Al Said Attacks Churchill's Address Before MP's TENDON (JTA) —Iraqi Foreign I West German Government's impleMSWAI Said told be Iraqui I mentation of the reparations agreepSmenY thSweek that he would | ment with Israel, the most widelyLnd The British Government a,read German news^magazine^ Der „1etora 3 n e dum n compUining..ag.inst Spiegel, reported th?s week Since pouncilman Harold Turk, of Mill Beach, was presented with a fction Saturday night at the Ernes Hotel during the annual inflation dinner of the Hillel Adpry Council here. he citation recognized Turk for J guiding the fund raising drive [ the Hillel House at the Univerof Miami in 1992 and for his Melfish devotion to the cause ghe Hillel Foundation." pouncilman Turk has been a B'rith ,. president of Sholom Lodge. Me was also responsible for inaugurating the idea of multiple lodges iutn-sys'-as ----*— %  B Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill's statement in Commons last week which was friendly toward Israel, it was reported from Bagdad. During his address, the British Prime Minister had said that it was unfortunate that there was no Arab-Israel peace and pledged that Britain would not permit Israel to be placed at a disadvantage by no orders have yet been placed with German firms by the Israeli purchasing mission in Cologne, the Arab move is seen as a naked attempt to intimate German businessmen. some 6,500 German firms have already offered to sell Israel products to be shipped as reparations. The Arab list appeared to have been drafted by picking German firms at random, with a portion being firms mentioned in the news columns of the German-language Jewish press. This may be the reason that no states other than Saudi Arabia and Syria—the most perthe publication of such a blacklist with the blacklu other lodges here. Turk served for three years as. president of the Greater Middle East. Saudi Arabia and Syria have meanwhile drawn up a list of 98 president oi me .=."me anwnue arawu u F -~. Council of B'nai B'rith lodges and h ^j^Hrf by is "one of the usual maneuvers" of the Arab states. He pointed out that few of the listed firms had any trade relations with the Arab states and in the instances where the firms do have business in the Arab states the boycott cannot be enforced. At any rate, he reported, t was also reported here that Chancellor of the Exchequer Hugh Butler, meanwhile refused in the House of Commons this week to grant Israel a credit extension for the purchase of various smoked and processed fish sold by Britain. The question was raised by Conservative MP Robert Boothby.



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4s#1gS IY, MAY 29, 1953 tor Kempers On ihbcan Cruise la double ring candlelight ony at the Monte Carlo HoMay 24th, Miss Claire Joan | m an, daughter of Mr. and Herman Kellerman, 4401 Bay Road, Miami Beach, beIthc bride of Victor Kemper, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kem+Jewl*tnrr+4*+ try Personally Speakin f .. PAGE 7 A Mrs. Victor Ktmptr — I'hoto by Ardmore Treacy Avenue, Newark, Jersey. Rabbi Irving Lehrbfficiated. I of honor was Arlene Greer. Gordon acted as best man. %  naids were Pat Robinson |o>ce Sabhah. Ushers were Ross and Al Hirsch. bride selected a ballerina; gown of imported chantilly [lace, with scooped neckline ed by seed pearls, bouffant fnd matching lace gloves. French illusion fingertipveil was attached to a pillf matching lace and seed She carried white orchids Bible. Her only piece of & was a strand of pearls, a the groom. lattend the University of Mind is a member of Phi Sigma 1 Sorority. Mr. Kemper was Bed from Seton Hall. Ir a reception and dinner at pnte Carlo Hotel, the couple a Caribbean cruise, pi Hollywood |ter Men's Club J first meeting of the Men's Jot the Hollywood Jewish pmity Center was held-Monjening, with George Greenlacting as temporary chairb were made for a full prolof both social and cultural Bes and call for air condition ^e main auditorium of the and sponsoring of youth i in varied athletic programs. flings will be held the first frd Mondays of each month, pg to Greenfield. Rose Shapiro and William Shapiro, attorney of Milwaukee Wis consin are visiting their brother, Harold Shapiro, of Miami Beach. ft ft Mr. and Mrs. Harris J. Glantz, of ^ K.!?V and Miami enounce feJK f their dau 8 hler Kochelle Lynn, on May 4th The new arrival is the granddaughter of Mr and Mrs. Milton Klein, of I Coral Gables, and Mr. and Mrs. Morns Glantz, Miami Beach Mrs Glantz is the former Sonya Riva^ of the Sonya Riva School of Dance Arts. Both mother and baby are now at home at 5674 SW 5th Street Miami. ft ft ft Dr. and Mrs. Jack J. Falk, of Miami Beach, announce the birth of their grandaughter, Elise Robin to Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm M. Rosenberg, of Roanoke, Virginia, on May ; 6th. Mrs. Rosenberg is the former Ruthe Falk. ft ft ft Mr. and Mrs. A. Finley Binder, of Washington, DC, announce the birth of a daughter on Wednesday. Mrs. Binder is the former Ray Shochet. ft ft ft Kneseth Israel Congregation honored its vice president, Abraham Finestone, at a special meeting and party Wednesday evening. Saul Meringoff, president of the congregation, emphasized Finestone's work* in behalf of Kneseth Israel and presented the vice president with a gift. ir ir it Among the early reservations for season tables at the Miami Beach pop concerts by the University of Miami Summer Symphony Orchestra, with John Bitter conducting are Mr. and Mrs. George Bertman, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Bloch, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Duntov, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Freeman, Mr. and Mrs. Jack D. Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. A. Judson Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel W. Howell, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Milton B. Jacobson, Dr. and Mrs. S. B. Kleinman, Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Knowles, Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Lev, Mrs. Margaret MacKay, Mr. Charles Minov, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Nelson, Dr. and Mrs. Julius Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pick, Mr. and Mrs. Claude A. Renshaw, Mrs. Linda Spitalnik and Dr. and Mrs. Franz Stewart. ft ft ft Reverend and Mrs. George Goldberg announce the birth of their first grandson, Earl Howell, to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Paul Goldberg, of Providence, Rhode Island. Mrs. George Goldberg has just returned form an extended visit to Providence, where Eugene is completing work toward his PhD degree. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Blaustein, of Miami, are maternal grandparents. '"V^V^V > V ^' N V >, V >, V' > V"^'^< > ^ / "V V > V V^^V* PULL LEVER FOR YOUR FRIEND HAROLD H APIR O (I'd. Political Adv.) Mr. and Mrs. Irwin D. Wolf Jr of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, anrh-ir* th C birth of their four th child, Andrew David, on May 12th Mrs. Wolf is the former Florence Cromer, of Miami. Mrs: Daniel C. Cromer, pioneer Jjflamian and maternal grandmother, left for Pitts25? *? g,eet her ninth grandchild. She will return here in the Fall. ft ft ft Dr. and Mrs. Elliott C. Cohen and daughter, Kyle Ivy. recently returned to Miami afUr an absence of two years during which Dr. Cohen served as a captain with the United States Army Medical Corps in the Caribbean. The trip was made from Puerto Rico via New York on the USS Upshur. ft ft ft Off to Cleveland Heights, Ohio, to visit their children are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Friedman, of 1120 SW 13th Court, Miami. ft. ft' ft Mrs. Joseph M. Rose has been named Sisterhood Woman Of The Tear during recent ceremonies of the Miami Beach Jewish Center Sisterhood. Mrs. Rose was cited for her activities as life membership chairman, patron chairman for the Sisterhood's Robert Merrill Concert and Sisterhood past president. ir ir ir Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham Danzig, of Congregation Tifereth Israel, Kansas City, Missouri, are visiting Mrs. Danzig's sister and brother-inlaw, Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Karger, 2962 SW 2nd Street. They will be present at their son Burton's Bar Mitzvah on June 6th, at Beth El Congregation. ft ft ft Cantor and Mrs. David Silverman, of 7300 Byron Avenue, announce the birth of their daughter, Susan Ellen, at Jackson Memorial Hospital on May 23rd. Susan Ellen joins her six-year-old brother, Danny. Grandparents are Cantor Benjamin Silverman, of Chicago, and Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Cohen, of Minneapolis. Miss Jeanne Yantes Selects Chantillv Lace, Taffeta For Candlelight Rites* In a double ring candlelight ceremony at the Monte Carlo Hotel on May 23rd, Miss Jeanne Claire Yantes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Maurice Yantes, 401 West 30th Street, became the bride of Milton Samuels, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Samuels, 2150 Park Avenue Rabbi' Leon Kronish officiated. „,., B t man was Wvn Samuels. Ushers were Harry Smith and Allan Wilson. Mrs. James Abeshaus, of Cranston, Rhode Island, was matron of honor. The bride selected a gown of imported chantilly lace over white taffeta fashioned with a figuremolding bodice, Peter Pan collar and long point-on-hand sleeves. An over-skirt of lace cut in points extended midway into the circular bouffant skirt of nylon tulle in waltz-length. The bridal veil of silk French illusion was held by acloche cap in the matching lace. She carried white orchids on a Bible. Newlywed Mrs. Samuels was graduated from New Bedford High School and attended the University of Miami. The groom was graduated from Miami Beach High School and the University of Miami. He is a Mason and member of the American Legion. After a reception and dinner at the Monte Carlo Hotel, the couple left by plane for Nassau and Havana. They will live in Miami Beach. Mrs. Milton Samuels — Photo by Ardmore Jack Herskowitz Bar Mitzvah Here Jack Louis Herskowitz, son of Mr .and Mrs. Harry Herskowitz, 2120 SW 11th Street, will become Bar Mitzvah tomorrow morning, May 30th, at the Beth El Congregation. Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky will officiate. The Bar Mitzvah is a seventh grade student at Shenandoah Junior High School and attends the Beth El Religious School. A reception will follow in his honor on Saturday evening at the Saxony HoteL Among out-of-town guests will be Mr. and Mrs. Morris Neuman, of New York, maternal grandparents, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Neuman, Philadelphia, uncle and aunt. 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J>AGE 2 A Irvin Katz Will Be Main Speaker At Academy Commencement exerciser of the second graduating class of the Hebrew Academy will be held on Wednesday evening. June 10th. at Hibiscus Lodge Auditorium, it unannounced this week by Rabbi Alexander S. Gro>. principal. Scheduled for graduation after completing a full eight year c> of study are Phyllis Katz. Miriam Gili. Edwin Ginsburg. Lester Brickman. Efrom Me f Rabb: Gi Shapiro Winds Campaign M Harold Shapiro will rallies „*J*' campaign for Council with tioneve. nda > '*k Shapiro. \i ce BT^A^. told some 2.200 nerwm Flamingo Park rail^t l tion to beautify WaoJ *1 enue from Lmcoh, S^ "We must have a t.^ ting immediately t0 ,r H Washington Avenue.' ShaJJ] his suDDorter, -n,. .. w '1 supporters can be filled by "The empty | Shown above are Beth David Hebrew School graduates. 1952-1953. Left to right are Rabbi Max Shapiro. Albert Abramowitx. Eugene Novogrodslcy. Philip Spiro. Irwin Siegel. Mr. Louis Gadon. instructor, and Mr. Jerome B. Gordon, educational director. Sundav morning. Ma> 31st at 10 a.m. will witness the closing exercises of the Beth David Sunday School for the year 1952-53. Approximately 20 Awards of Honor and 125 certificates will be granted to students for outstanding achievement during the school year Special Awards of Honor will be presented to Sandra Schreidell and Jerry Spector for perfect attend ance for five consecutive years, to newly appointed custodians Bernard Feinberg and Karen Kantor. Prompt. your city council and M and talk." Shapiro addressed hu his followers Tuesday Workmen's Circle and'wL. night at Washington pt pointed out that many offcJ cent problems of the Pohet| tnent resulted because "t>| Closing Sund.iv School Exercise At Beth David: Hebrew MuoVnis Cited Closing Assembly At Beach Center Meanwhile, it was announced | Rabbi Irving Lehrman announces i chle ( lsn "' th head ha this week that Albert Abraroowitz, j that the closing assembly of the j"'?,.. r le a,l >' o r Nl Eugene Novogrodsky. Irwin Siegel I Miami Beach Jewish Center Belig-1 ,~ !" st of m Pte and Philip Spiro will be graduated : ious School"will take place on Suni "* n norablt men. but I aaj from the Hebrew School. 'day. May 31st. in the main syna-!"". Ulere are some Wta During the community gradua-1 gogue at 10 a.m. i l n basket tion exercises for the Hebrew Ele-j certificates for scholarship and ^i !" !" oved his tu 4 mentary Schools of Greater Miami.. tte ndance will be distributed by : ,0 ,n 41st *"* ^"""Tl Awards of Honor were presented I j^ Zion Ginsburg. chairman of !" orn,n J a d ,h I" S P*. to Irwin Siege! and Philip Spiro %  the ReIigious school, and Macey Sho r ? Park n ] h ^l* for attaining the highest grades Kronsberg chairman of the Sunf ***** dwellonth, • y Schreidell for four consec-. in the city-wide examination sponday school iems ot only this section i utive years and to Marsha Mak! sored bv the Bureau of Jewish Edu-. ,. .. ,. ,. | rally, and th<.. e 0 f otbtraa stein I UMOtrfe years, cation. | _^ S0 ... ; P f rt i Cip /i' ng I „!!!„ t lh ? P^ rallies there, but I intend i at the Beth David Sunday School. The Puehkofl Schoiar.h.p Socia | Activities Not Awards for the oustanding hebr. acbooi 1952-53 win Enough, Ruby Says be c.-' artia Bialow. El, .. „ .. ,. _.... ,. „ James H Rubv this week lashed len Bolker. Dale Handshu. Sandra _. mmmlmM h _„„,. !H,„,,.,.. .. c i out against the many candidates Siegal, rerrjr Sped r and Philip Spiro. i gram will be Mrs. Joseph A. Ber %  man. president of the Sisterhood, and Mrs. Benjamin Greene, president of the PTA. Irwin W. till DAT WOMERS S5 i S6 ami Fer, COLORED MAIDS PART TIME OR FULL TIME IN PRIVATE HOMES SPECIALIZING Hotel Maids Porters Dishwashers ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. 1st An. n. t-sej7 No Chirji to Employtr The presentation will be made b> J /. Sti n prr liitrnl of the Chapter of the Histadrut Ivlard bearer custodians. Santad Schwartz and Bab Coulton. will formalh transfer the flags to Miss Albert Again Heads Star Chapter New officers of Star Chapter. B'nai B'r:th Yotmg Women, are Lorraine Albert, president re elected Barbara Greene, vice thy Balber. corresponding and recordist secretary dad and Doris Gerhon. rarer • re-elected i. New social chairman is Selma Witte %  vfl Haa> \g Anti-DefamaLeague chairman Star Chapter will hold a fund | affair on Monday night. (June 1st. at the Miami Jewish 'Community Center. 450 SW 16th j Avenue Proceeds will be used to send delegates to District No 5 B nai B nth Young Adults' Convention which is being held in !Washington. DC. fur Miami Beach City Council who are running on their records of social and charitable activities." Lauding their efforts in these fields. Ruby said that these activi-. Judyties did not give the candidates sauer. sufficient experience in civic affairs. "I was a member of the Miami Beach planning committee.'' Ruby pointed out. "I have also been.responsible for the anti-masking ordinance, drew up the pinball ordinance and demanded qualifying fees for candidates to public office Ruby also called this week for the city manager to be able to operate Miami Beach without inter ference from the city council." He said he would do everything in his power to see that Miami Beach adheres to the letter of its charter and that the council returns to being a policy making, ordinance enacting body only. resent all of Miami Bead^ : commander of the Mumil j Jewish War Veteran? stated' Harold Shapiro served a 1 A special play will be presented j chairman of the Miami Badj under the direction of Mrs. Gersion of the Combined Jeiitl shon Miller. Sunday School drapeal. He is the past presidof] matic instructor. Student; in the the Miami Beach Zionist cast are Alan Medof. Elliott Fried-; !" f rmer t ha !" ? *J. ,, „ ,. r. • Ilsh National Fund Coomi wald. Sherry Kout. Rosella Popick. Applebaum. Richard DesEdward Pottlitzer. Janice Weinman. Simon Kriendler. Leon Scher. Harvey Shapiro. Rickie Waller and Myrna Samuel. Greater Miami fmmm MM It... S. J. Freed maii A >l. Rephan HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington AT.. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sta. Habrew Raligioua BuppHaa For Synagoguee mad Private Uee. JLlao for Habrww enco -010 Talaphona S-M17 nil INSPECTION CM] WoWd'i lorgtil Nil Coildfc "MEMBER OF B'NAI BlffJ Call 2-1776 Now is the TIME for HAROLD SHAPIRO Pull Lever *&* 3&0 Lincoln Road Mezzanine — Pbona 5-5413 Entrance on Washington Are. 1 OCULISTS • Prescriptions FIQad • Lenses and Frame* Duplicated • Large Selection in Latest Style. CHAPELS IN MIAMI AND MIAMI BEAfl Jewish Funerals with 5,713 y*rs of tradition It i. eleteS a .eerre el pref.un.l eeadatt, thai Jewuh ^oice. • %  Bi*erwde .r* '• %  *'?" reedy with a there-,!. k-ewled,e aad <"""'" • fer rrlisiouf traditiee .well as "' *T"H lbrtK tideralien fer the (niil>. Kif iia-a &UIEAL-KILL To Elect Your Friend HAROLD SHAPIRO BUG KILLER At Your Neighborhood Food Fair Memorial Chapel TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Miami West Flaglcr & 20ih Ave. • Phone 9-2664 Miami Beach 1236 Washington Ave. • Phone 5-7777 24-HOI B AMBULANCE SERV T ^eii EDWAftD T. NtWMAN. Funeral DirecCor ABF f '""''^Lsi *"• IN NEW YOEal: 76th Sue*. nd AeJJ, ||U *fj BROOKLYN BRONX FREE PARKING L0.1C 1



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HtiPAV, MAY 29, 1953 IWV SiTvifes On [Memorial Day The Jewish War Veterans' Hon|or Guard of Dade County will hold annual Memorial Day services on Sunday, May 31st. The graves |of all the Jewish veterans buried En the cemetaries of Greater Mi[anii will be visited and decorated Evith an American flag, with the %  principal services to be held at |Mount Nebo Cemetery. These will commence at 10 a.m., ind the program will consist of talk by Hy M. Morris, past department commander of the State jf Florida, and by Rabbi Alfred A'axman, of the West Miami Jewish Center. Jack Silver, chaplain the Guard, will chant the El 4oIeh Rachamin, to be followed by Ihe firing of three volleys by the firing squad under the direction of Major Kenneth C. Braidman. The founding of taps will conclude the ervice. Chairman of the event is Morris, fith Sidney Horn as co-chairman. the color guards of the various Jewish War Veterans Posts in the rea will post their individual Dlors. %  '* *~'*tirr k.iflimali Group Installs Officers Mrs. Ceil Segal was installed as %  esident of the Kadimah Chap', Pioneer Women, yesterday durig ceremonies at the Dinner Key larina Restaurant. Installing officer was Mrs. Louis livers, with Mrs. Albert Berson ling as toastmaster. Others assuming posts were the lesdames Fred Sandier and Leo ildman, vice presidents; Irwin ibbie, financial secretary; Fred lacker, recording seretary; Harry ione, and Harriet Green, corresmding secretaries; and Aaron ie\in, treasurer. Board members include the Mesimes Sophie Plotkin, Robert Cole, >ses Meyer, Ann Bisgeier, Beu0 Bott, Michael Fiedler and Alirt Shkoler. PAGE 9 B Campaign Chairman Howard Kane (left) receives a bronze JSff FSSJ?* 1 ^ einlde p resident of *• G rea,er Mia ^ Jemsh Federation at ceremonies during Federation's 15th annual meeting. The 1953 campaign exceeded last yea^s pledges with a total of $1.192.000 collected. SPEHD rOVff SUMMER VACATION IN THE BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS OSCEOLA LAKE MNN ON LAKE OSCEOLA HENOERSONVILLE, N. C. JOE RUBIN Owner. Manager Season June 1st to Oct. 1st • SWIMMING POOL • A k L SPORTS, INCLUDING BOATING AND FISHfNG • AMERICAN PLAN ONLY • FINEST JEWISH-AMERICAN CUISINE • ALL ROOMS WITH BATH OR SHOWER Rosenhouse Says Council Is Circus M. H. Rosenhouse, candidate for Miami Beach City Council, this week said that the present council has lost the confidence of Beach voters and that its meetings are now labelled a "circus" by many publications in the United States. Adding that councilmanic government, because of the "circus" antics at meetings, is at a low ebb, Rosenhouse stated that it was necessary for the City Hall government "to change its attitude, adjust its actions, listen to the voice of the people and conduct its business with integrity, dignity, equality and intellectual honesty." Rosenhouse also warned against "the sweep of consolidation fire" and asked for a city council that could keep Miami Beach as the "diadem in the Florida tolerance crown by preventing its absorption." "Consolidation will mean officials, not Beach residents, deciding Beach policies," the candidate said. He also charged this week that internal pressures are making police conditions here "so bad." Rosenhouse has lived and practiced law in the Greater Miami area for 30 years and was a candidate for the County Solicitor's office in the last primary election. "I believe I am eminently qualified," he said, "for this high office. I shall clean up the City Hall mess." Asks Support Of Ambulance Bill Harry Plissner early this week urged voters to support the June 2nd referendum concerning sponsorship of a city-owned and operated emergency ambulance system. Plissner said the measure was "too important to stand or fall on personalities," and he begged voters to support the proposed ordinance "wherther you vote for me or not." The candidate, for Miami Beach City Council also called for a uniform fee system among physicians. He attacked doctors' fees on the Beach as "a disgrace to a great profession" and urged city regulation of fees charged." i i ..liiiimin" Cool, Summer Wonderland at O. Kaliii s Hotel Ste. Agathe des Monts, Cuebec I A VACATION THRILL Whether I Yea're the Outdoor or Indoor Type I All Athletic Facilities Boating, Bathing Private Beach : Entertainment and Dancing £ The only strictly Kosher Hotel In | | the Laurentlans, under supervision 5 | of the Rabbinical Council of MonI F treal. e Honeymoonera Carefully Neglected | Reserve Now—Write or Phone 74 1 RESORT AIRLINES AN AIRLINE GROWTH STOCK SELLING BELOW 50c PLEASE SEND FOR nil REPORT Frank L Edenfield & Co. INVESTMENT • SECURITIES Achievement Nite To Climax fear An achievement night program will climax the Young Judaea year, according to an announcement this week by Harry J. Sonz, chairman of the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission, joint youth educational agency of Hadassah and the ZOA. The affair will take place on Sunday, May 31st, at 7 p.m., in the patio of the National Hotel. Awards will be presented to the best chapter of Young Judaea in the junior and senior divisions. Outstanding Judaeans will also be honored, and installation of officers of all the groups will take place. Highlighting the evening will be a presentation by the Israeli dance team of folk dances of Israel. Working on the program are Judy Shapiro, Syd Mager, Mrs. Esther Berens, Eleanore Goodman and | Roni Hyman. • The South's Outstanding Jewish Camp for Boys ami Gird CAMP CARLYLE HENDERSONVILLE. N.C. In the heart of vacationland, WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA DIRECTOR — WINTON L. MOELLER Principal, Woodward High School, Cincinnati, Ohio Educational wcial and recreational activities supervised by trained eahl!?' rwi k ndina WBt r "Portt, golf instruction. Modern cabins. Doctor and nurse on premises. OWNER: Mrs. jean Arnold, 850 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach-Ph. 58-8359 Local Representativea and Members of Camp Staff: Mrs. A. A. Hoyden-Ph. 48-5490 Mrs. Murray Grossman -Ph. 48-8920 Jnt/te~76atfof Tie /fdtomdaah 9 HOLE GOLF COURSE ON PREMISES Championship-/^ v Tenn is Co urts / LT .8 Handbell/ (T SCAROON MANOR H OTE L NOW OPEN Heated Rooms Utl SCHROON LAKE,NY. FREE GOLF till June 21 'T— :.. .1*-..;. >•:;;.; ;;.;„ ". %  ......j. FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS BLDG. 8340 Northeast 2nd Avenue PHONE 89-8692 'OTE FOR DOCTORS ON AMBULANCES AND THE MAN BEHIND IT VOTE FOR HARRY PLISSNER M'U LEVER 1 (Pd. Political Adv.) %  ana ii i maawmwa nuamtmt 1 I :i.:T!' '!"'' >. The Management of the TLACLER HOTEL takes great pleasure ia announcing that HARRY N, ZAPANTES at the PALIAS ATHENA Restaurant it now operating our Dining Room, serving the tamo deficient and exofi'c foods that made him famous. Imported Grecian wines ami your favorite drinks served from oar Cocktail Lounge. PALLAS ATHENA FLAGLER HOTEL 637 W. Flacjler St OPEN DAILY From NOON lo 12 P.M. Phone: 2-8816 Clean Up the City Hall "Mess" PULL LEVER 10, JUNE 2nd Elect — M. II. Rosenhouse One of YOUR CotmcHmen REPLACE THE "CIRCUS" WITH DIGNITY AND EQUALITY Known for courage) of hi* convictions and intestinal fortitude) to carry thru. Champion of tha average man all his life. Vii: Bus, Power and Light, and Grand Jury Cases. ? Electric Franchise ? Did you know the Beach Citizens are saddled with an obligation of $3,750,000,00 because tho Council negligently approved for submission a Light and Power Franchise Contract, the terms of which did not protect the Public, and which contained a non-forfeiture clause contrary to law? Ask ROSENHOUSE. At Least Have One Strong, Intelligent, Unfettered Councilman (Pd. Political Adv.) I ^-,,^^-V^Nr^r-^ *^*^^->^~%r^^