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^wiisltUEIliDipidliiaun i Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 27—Number 23 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1953 PRICE: TEN CENTS s J*S3 z. / "**?'; %  %  f %  %  t**J %  p. Shapiro Is New Mayor On Beach Spaet, Frank, Turk Capture Other Posts Ive photographs of Secretary of State John Foster Dulles' visit in Israel during his Near Eastern fact-finding tour shows fictured left) reviewing an Honor Guard of paratroopers upon his arrival at Lydda Airport. With him are Foreign Min|oshe Sharett and US Mutual Security Administrator Harold Stassen. Pictured right, Mr. Dulles is shown (seated) with n, American Charge D'Affaires Francis H. Russel and Mr. Sharett. Standing behind are American and Israeli aides, etails on Mr. Dulles' report to the nation, see page 2 A) eral Zionists Expected To Meet With Ben-Gurion; Split May Be Ended Soon kvTV—The crisis in the Ispinet, resulting from the ion of four General Zionpiers from the government, itcd to be settled within a s. Premier David Ben(iii't Tuesday with the Genii ists, and the press prefers that the Cabinet meet] Wednesday would be atB>y the Ministers who rei indicated that the Premier tiggest that the regulations pi the national flag.and hem should be included in |rrnment platform, thereby any party intervention in pre. It is assumed that the Zionists would agree to Jo the Cabinet if a definite |set for a discussion in Paron the flag-and-anthem However, it is understood Copyright, 1953, By The Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. that the General Zionists would i and Israel's political leaders toiled condition such agreement on ttK^ ceaselessly in a sustained effort to promise that if Parliament does not | repair the breach in the Governpass the recommendations regard-, ment coalition. Mr. Ben-Gurion, ing the flag as the government's I who temporarily assumed the four basic platform, the entire Cabinet would resign. The Executive Council of Mapai, Israel's Labor Party, was also expected to meet Tuesday and to approve a suggestion to postpone any action on the flag-and-anthem isvacated portfolios—Trade, Interior, Communications and Health—was strengthened by the decision of the Progressive Party not to withdraw from the Government. With the defection of the General Zionists, this left the Ben-Gurion government sue for a definite period. The four with 60 votes in the 120-man ParGeneral Zionist Ministers resigned liament. from the Cabinet last week when a Mapai majority voted to permit the display of the Socialist red flag and the singing of the Internationale on trade union holidays in schools where a majority of parents desired it, in addition to the While the Premier made it clear he was determined to do everything possible to woo the General Zionists back into the Government fold, he also had discussions with leaders of the central bloc of the left-wing Mapam Party, and Mapai eiHS UBHITC "> •* *•*— i< II ..in.. %  i.., aMwri — %  Israel flag and the fcrael national leaders had conversations with the anthem. Meanwhile, Premier Ben-Gunon Bob Sees It \ft Flays Tardiness In Forming Jewish State PINNATI (JTA) — Senator | A. Taft said this week that supported the independence |el and "have stood on their gainst Egypt and Jordan, (tried to destroy them" bebf his "earnest belief in jusfreedom and the keeping Imises." ] Republican Senate majority in a prepared address read |m at the silver anniversary I here of the National Con of Christians and Jews, dethat the Jewish State Id have been established at pieht of the power of the AlUring the second World War." pat been done, he added, "I if we would ever have had Irael war or the fleeing of the fine Arabs or the dangerous jtions in that region of the today because Israel had to |up arms to establish its own endenea, the British having phoned the mandate." naior Taft said he had supported the Zionist movement "because it seemed to me it was the only way in which we could assure freedom for millions of Jews who lived in countries where they would always be subjected to intermittent attacks and persecution. I supported it because it undertook to relieve the world of the problem of resettling a large number of Jewish refugees, for which the world had proposed no better soluHe warned, however, of the "serious situation" resulting from the war for Israel's independence. "Because,^ that war," he said •partly through the intolerance of their own leaders, 900,000 refugees left the Jewish section of I aies tine and are still housed in temporary tents and huts in Syria, in Jordan and in Egypt. The food is inadequate and conditions among the children particularly are de scribed as dangerous to their very Continued on Page M A Agudas Israel. He had lengthy conferences with the four resigned ministers. Finance Minister Levi Eshkol and Minister Without Portfolio Pinhas Lavon, both Mapai stalwarts, flew back from New York to Israel to aid the prime minister. Close contact was being maintained between the Mapai Party and the General Zionists. One compromise proposal advanced by Mapai—postponement for six months of the Government decision perCharge UN Neglects Rights Violations GENEVA (JTA) — The charge that the United Nations has done nothing about the thousands of complaints it has received concerning violations of human rights, including discrimination, was made here last week at a meeting of the Human Rights Commission by Dr. G M. Riegner, representative of the World Jewish Congress. Pointing out that the UN had %  aft even undertaken studies of the crucial problems which motivated the complaints, Dr. Riegner urged the body to undertake a program of action incorporating the pnnci%  pie of concrete studies in selected fields, with a view toward arriving at recommendationsr-for the eradi-, cation of discri nination and preju> dice. mitting display of the Red Flag and singing of the Internationale in the schools on trade union holidays—was rejected by the General Zionists. Mr. Ben-Gurion. himself. Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett and Education Minister Ben-Zion Dinur were reported in disagreement with the Mapai Party views on the Continued on Page 11 A Labor Party Clears Stand On Walkout NEW YORK (JTA)—The Israel cabinet crisis resulted from a difference "relating to one particular regulation of the projected education law," Pinhas Lavon, a member of the cabinet and a Labor Party leader, said in a statement here this week on the issues involved. "I wish to re-state the position of the Labor Party of whose nine representatives in the present cabinet I am one," he declared. "We are the majority of the General Federation of Labor in Israel—the Histadrut. My party has just decided that the Histadrut shall join the International Conferation of Free Trade Unions—that great association of the free trade unions of the world which stand as we do for freedom • and democracy and against Communist regimentation. My party has also decided that Communists shall be excluded from office in the Histadrut. Harold Shapiro was appointed mayor of Miami Beach in ceremonies at city hall on Wednesday morning. The appointment of the 45-year-old attorney was a unanimous move that followed the June 2nd election in which 13,433 ballots were cast. Shapiro was named by his fellow councilman after he led a field of 16 candidates vying for four vacancies on the Miami Beach City Council. He received a total of 6,757 votes. Immediately behind Shapiro was Harold B. Spaet, with 6,720. The third and fourth spots were won by Bernard A. Frank and Harold Turk, who received 6,367 and 6,077 tallies, respectively. Of the three incumbents running, Turk, Frank and Melvin Richard, only Richard failed to be returned to office. With a total of 5,661, he came in behind Turk by 416 votes. The record-breaking balloting was seen in some quarters as a stunning defeat for Richard who, as Miami Beach Councilman, Continued on Page 3 A Harold Shapiro "prosperity ahead" "Our party, and under its direction, our labor movement as a whole, stand for the ideals of free democratic labor. It has rejected Communism through its history. Our consistent record of active anti-Communism is such that there is no need for us to draw special attention to this fact which no misrepresentation can change. "The specific issue which has led to the resignation from the govContinued on Page 11 A Bonn Clears Way To Indemnify Victims SONN (JTA>—The West German Cabinet last week-end cleared the way for Parliamentary action on a comprehensive bill to indemnify hundreds of thousands of victims of Nazism, most of them Jews, by approving the draft of a measure worked out by its legal and financial experts. The measure calls for the payment of damages totalling some 4,000,000,000 marks ($952,000,000). The bill is scheduled to be submitted to the Bundesrat—the upper house—which is not likely to take it up before June 19th. If it wins approval in the Bundesrat, it must then win approval in three separate readings in the Bundestag, after which it is to be returned to Continued on Page II A



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PAGE 2 A +Jewish fhrkBari Dulles Reports On Trip To Near East; Says Tour Was 'Friendly' ==22iLwiti WASHINGTON (JTA—A report i will flow from the meetings" The on their trip to the Middle East New York Tunes emphasized that and other countries was made early "the Arab-Israel hostility with its thla week by Secretary fo State! concomitant problem of the Arab John Foster Dulles and Mutual Se-' refugees" are among the problems i urity Director Harold Stassen at in which American goodwill and %  -pecial meeting of the National knowledge "can be helpful as soluSecurity Council called by Presitions are sought."' dent Eisenhower. Mr. Dulles was In a report from Washington, the M scheduled to make a report to Herald Tribune stated that it is the nation in a radio address. Finally, he will report to Congr m I'pon his return from his factfinding tour la' par I'nited States and the countries i h he visited. That." he added, "is because we gave new hope that the I'nited S i while standing firmly gainst any breach in the ranks of the Western powers, and without is anywise undermining the State : Israel, it determined to find a waj toward a broader unity. This wuld be to the advantage of all i ncemed We could then, in deUS Linked The I'nited States and Britain would be linked to it by virtue of their existing treaties with Libya. Saudi Arabia. Iraq and Jordan. All foreign troops, notably British, would be barred from Egypt in ; peace time, although they would I be permitted to remain in those other countries where they are now I stationed in accordance with existing treaties France and Turkey, original co-sponsors with the United States and Britain of the earlier proposals, would not participate directly in the Naguib project. The Egyptian Premier envisaged the 1 new program as extending possibly to Pakistan and perhaps even i India. Mr. Dulles was understood to | have been attracted by the Naguib i proposal. He is reported to have told the Premier that he would need at least four weeks to study both the Anglo-Egyptian problem and the defense question and to discuss them with President Eisenhower, the Defense Department and his own State Department exi ports. A basic American objection to the Naguib plan, as it was presented to Mr. Dulles, is understood to lie in a provision which would limit implementation of the pact to a direct attack on one of the Arab states '^OF <* s t i v \ / I kbit Is \ anted Hospital Official Announcement has been made Mi-ed ways, help the nations of the f)f |he appomtmen, of Samuel Zibit and South Asia to live r in amity and peace and it director of Mount Sinai Hospital. Samuel Gertner. ex%  which will accept thr respon and add to the strength • i th immunity Concrete Results allay their initial pains. Thuthe) earths director, -aid Zibit assumiove onto %  healthy national cd hls duties on Mav 20 th. Gertner also said that Samuel Parber, hospital comptroller, had been advanced to assistant directorcomptroller Farber has been with Optimism regarding the outMount Sinai since its organization etarj Dulles' trip to [our years ago. ,BS Zibil wmi formerly assistant di: trab countries, rt ct( r of Viriarn Hospital. Provitatea wai voiced incf .. Rhlldl ,, ljnd Ear | ier he York newspapers. WM rn g agcd in pub li c health and Herald Tribune said mt djca i t are proeramj He receh. r'-a-nn to b-Ihat mon i tC results ORKIN progr ed the BS degree from the College of the City of New York and his graduate degree from Vale L'nivt rsity in 1947. li' and Mrs Zibil have two children. Benjamin. 6. and Trud\. 4. PEST CONTROL RATS • ROACHES • MICE • Fills World's Lorgtif P.il Control Co. MEMBER OF B'NAI B'RITH" Call 2-1776 Country Cousins Dance The Women's Group of thr i Jewish Community >r a country dance on Saturday,*-June 13th The patio of the building the letting fur the informal dance Mrs. Daniel Lapin. chair man. will be assisted by Mrs. N Newman and Mrs R. Lang. DAY WORKERS S5 A $6 and Fan COLORED MAIDS PART TIME OR FULL TIME IN PRIVATE HOMES SPECIALIZING Hotel Maids Porters Dishwashers ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. 1t A.i. Ph. •-1S07 No dirge lo Employer VOTE "NO 7 J ON TUESDAY AGAINST THE PRESENT MERGER BILL AND THE ABOLITION OF MIAMI — BECAUSE: i. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Virtual dictator powers arm givan to five They CM i m raa n taxes when aae) m ttasy aJtm. They were net elected far this job, but held office until lfS7 without an election. They cannot be held responsible to tho people, only to Tallahassee. They have not even let tho peoplo know their policies. We are denied evon tho right of recall. They could fire police chief, attorneys, EVEN JUDGES, and others without causa. They take over Miami taxpayers' public propertios valued at many millions. A gigantic "spoils" system is created. Civil Service becomes a political tool. Absolutely no assurance of economy is offered. Home rule gives way to county-state rule. This is the trend away from government "of the peoplo, for the people, by the people." KEEP MIAMI CITIZENS COMMITTEE Joseoti J. Orr Chairman S. J. FreMNdlmao A M l.4-|hun HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Are. Between Fourth and Fifth Ste. Use. AJoofo* tPTBD "DID B-M17 ^rtSsV' 3aU Lincoin Road Hossaaina — Phone 5-5419 Entrance on Washington AT*. OCULISTS Proscriptions Filled Lenses and Frames Duplicated Large Selection in Latest Style. Plans for the coming year are formulated by the newly presidents of Beth David organizations. From left to Harry Gordon, president of the Congregation; Mrs Oliphant, president of the Sisterhood; Max lacobson as !" of Men's Club; and Mrs. Bernard Sc-jre'idell. president 5 PTA. They will be installed by Louis Heiman. Miami atton I at an annual installation dinner on Sunday evening j. 7th, 7 p.m., at the Trocadero Restaurant. Mrs. Max ShmJ will l-hrrir tho rymmrtm HBSV *4._ \* -_. will chair the program, with Mrs. Maurice Mamche$ MH the invocation. Rabbi Max Shapiro will be guest S ot2, Co-chairmen of arrangements and reservations are the Ik dames Samuel Dickson, Sam Seitlin, Robert Nedbor andjJ Morton Perry. PALMER PARKER & HENRIQUE AND BARNEY BERNSTEIN CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS ANNOUNCE THE CONSOLIDATION OF THEIR ACCOUNTING PRACTICES UNDER THE FIRM NAME OF PARKER, BERNSTEIN & HENRIQUE 141 Northeast Third Avenue Chamber ef Commerce Building 1, 1953 Miomi 32, Florida Telephone 3-470* OAKES & COMPANY INVESTMENT BANKERS AHNOUHCIS REMOVAL Of THEIR OFFICE From 301 ROPER BUILDING. 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SIDAY, JUNE 5. 1953 ... +Jewish ncrktiati „ _2>AGE .3 A <( Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR (Copyright. 195', Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) [ASHINGTON NOTES: lmerican Jewish leaders interbirth control field, has now made a grant of $7,500 to the Weizmann ^curing reparations from Institute for the project of a >ixkent ina. met this week in WashWon with the Austrian Ambassa\s a result of this meeting, ite date was set for the rt ol negotiations between repitives of the Austrian Govnent and Jewish organizations The talks will begin in the rjdlc of June and will be held in ma • Washington experts now working on projects for hnical aid to Israel under the Ilia] Security Program These cts are primarily a continuaii and expansion of the proj;s already initiated through the ini Four program in prior years The new projects providing hije month period starting July 1st Dr. David Ginsburg, who conducted research on birth control projects in the United States and who has made his home now in Israel, is directing the Weizmann Institute project HISTORY RETOLD: Abram L. Sachar's A History Of The Jews, which has been popular for many years, appeared this week in its fourth revised and enlarged edition The one-volume history of the Jewish people is brought up to date ... It not only includes general developments of Jewish life after World War II, but also Bernard frank imparting American know-how y technology They provide \r close cooperation with Israel kils and private groups e largest single group of proj:ts i, agricultural, advice on the relopmest of* new sources of ter and reclamation of soil i .ill also be helped to deterHarold Shapiro Is New Beach Mayor Continued from Page 1 A gained a national reputation during the Kefauver investigations here. Mayor Shapiro, a Miami Beach tourist only seven years ago, comes which records and analyzes Jewish originally from Milwaukee, Wisconevents up to the beginning of 1953 sin. He served with the United i'r technical assistance are limited' has a chapter on Israel and even covers the German-Jewish reparations pact Thus it is the only book of Jewish history in English cessful councilmanic candidate who was seventh in the running, with a total of 1,532 votes. Plissner was preceded by Darby Rathman, in sixth place, with 4,525 tallies. Top winners Shapiro, Spaet and Frank will each serve four-year terms on the Miami Beach City Council. Turk will serve a twoyear term. The rest of the council is composed of holdovers Marcie Liberman, retiring Mayor D. Lee The volume, in its earlier edi-1 States Navy in Key West during | Powell and Burnett Roth. Mayor Shapiro, who ran on a tions, established itself as the best World War II. Following his disbook of Jewish history for Amer-1 charge, he decided to remain in | p i a tf 0 rm of heeding "the voice of ictna who are interested in studySouth Florida. "From tourist to the possibilities for exploring \ ing Jewish life from the ancient i mayor in seven years. That's my neral resources Also in the : days of the Hebrew till our modem story," said Shapiro, following his ork of improving highway con-! time ... Its author, now the presivictory. "A thing like this could i i in work related to irrigadent of Brandeis University, is one happen only in these glorious UnitJo,! md drainage development, in' of the few American Jewish schol-'ed States." h inning of public health proram and in the operation of cental laboratories ... • JSIDE ISRAEL: I may pave.the way for the i i of a problem which is kppc-niost in the minds of many lati smen who are seeking to poverty in countries where be l i mate is extremely high ars who have devoted their lives' In a referendum attached to the to making American Jewish youth ballot, Miami Beach residents overconscious of its Jewish cultural whelmingly approved a proposed heritage ... As director of the Hilordinance that would require doclel Foundations in American unitors to be assigned to all ambuversilies, he was the most popular lances answering emergency calls. Harold Spaet 25-A and 29. In the former, he racked up a lead of 112 votes over |ipaet. Shapiro also captured a 154vote lead in Precinct 20. This virtually wiped out an earlier lead that appeared to favor Spaet as high man. Miami Beach's new mayor predicted "days of prosperity ahead.'' Shapiro pledged himself "to make the city not only beautiful in apthe people," won his close decision I pearance but also beautiful in adover Spaet in the vital Precincts' ministration." So fresh figure among hundreds of thousands of Jewish students throughout the country for more than 20 years ... He is still the most popular figure among them even CORN HAKES aimed Parenthood Federa-' though he left the Hillel Foundarhc Don of America has learned that he Weizmann Institute of Science i Israel is conducting chemical experiments with a certain plant Khich may lead to the production %  f pills effective in birth control Species of the plant can be lound in all parts of the world, but Diany of its varieties are available Israel, and this makes research lurk in Israel much easier than in bther countries The ultimate goal of the research conducted by Weizmann Institute is a practical oral contraceptive for which science has been searching for pecades The Planned Parenthood Federation of America, interfcsted in encouraging work in the \ny time is time for Tarn Tain tion work and devotes all his time to Brandeis University ... His book deals with all phases of Jewish history — political, economic, cultural, religious, social — always against a background of the gerieral history of those times. Free Loan Meeting The Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan Association will meet on Monday evening, June 8th, 8 p.m., at the Town Branch, Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, according to an announcement by Isidore Schwartz, president. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Morris Skop, spiritual leader of the Coral Gables Jewish Center. Milton Friedman, Miami attorney, will present the by-laws to the membership. The ordinance was largely credited here to Harry Plissner, unsucAbbott Names \<>ir Club Hoard Jacob A. Abbott, president of the Men's Club of Temple Beth Sholom, this week announced the following appointments to the Board of Directors: Norman Arkin, Norman Babel, David Balog, L. A. Durbin, Aaron Farr, Myer Friedman, Dr. Mayer Eggnatz, Aaron Courshon, Emanuel Goldstrich, Jerome Greene. Louis Haftel, Sidney Harris, Saul Herman, Carl Lundy, William Masur, Morry B. Morris, Melvin Richard. Dr. Julian A. Rickles, Martin Rokaw, Irving Rothman, Dr. Norman Russ, John Serbin, Abe Solosko, Bertram Waller and Seymour Weiss. The first meeting of the new officers and Board will be held on Monday evening. June 8th, 8 p.m., in the Temple Patio. t and with a flavor never duplicated For delicious dairy meals you'll want the 'original corn flakes, developed by W. K. Kellogg ^and flavored to his still-secret recipe... \m flavor that has never been duplicated. 'Get Kellogg*s Corn Flakes in the big family-sue" [package...the crisp, crisp flakes with 'the deep, deep flavor*' (•May be used in. Wl-Jewis h homef [Of BotH*JfrMk, cracker I MBt-MBSMJiM* those wondetfu) Tim Tims*".. he flaky crackers %  with the tempting taste that tuits you to a doublt Tt is expansion celebration Come early! 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PAGE 4 A h n I $ t HcrkJiatr) J52AY.JUNE5.wJenist tlcrijian .-WWWWV* >'WWW*W*w Published every Friday since 1927 by tha Jewish Flondian at 12L N. E. Sixth Street, Miami 18, Florida. Entered as second-class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office of Miami, Fla.. under the Act of March 3, 1879. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service. National Editorial Association. American Association of English-Jewish Newspapers. Florida Presi Association. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editor OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N. E. Sixth Stree' Telephones 2-1141 — 2-8212 The Jewish PlorMiM So** "i>t SW rant s* the Kashruih ••! the mi • IISMMI in Ita column*. SUBSCRIPT One Year 93 09 ON RATES Two Years 95.0C Friday. June 5. 1953 Volume 27 Number 23 Sivan 22. 5713 ft Israel's Cabinet Crisis The crisis in the Israel Cabinet comes at a particularly bad time. A US-sponsored factrinding tour under the aegis of Secretary of State John Foster Dulles and Mutual Security Aid Administrator Harold Stassen has just returned home and is ready to make its report on conditions in the Near East. Our Senate Foreign Relations Committee, goaded by the lobby pressures of Arab supporters in Washington, is considering making an on-the-spot survey of the refugee problem. General Mohamed Naguib now finds himself decorated with a pistol presented by Mr. Dulles as a token of American esteem end is toying with the possibility that his gift symbolizes US support of Egypt's blocade policy against the Jewish State. The resignation of four General Zionist members from Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion's coalition cabinet could therefore not have come at a more inopportune moment. The issue precipitating the resignation is a delicate one. and we trust that Mr. Ben-Gurion will be able to settle it with political sagacity to the satisfaction of everyone concerned so that a solid front of opinion once again exists for coping with Israel's many foreign problems. The Ministers walked out after a Mapai majority voted to permit the display of the red flag and the singing of the Internationale on trade union holidays in schools where a majority of parents demonstrate a desire for it The principally unfortune question in the whole matter is the manner in which the world press has seen fit to interpret the rift. We feel that the singing of anthems and the flying of flags other than Israel's create problems that can not be solved by an impatient Ministerial abandonment of the cabinet. It is to be hoped that the four General Zionist members return to discuss the matter with Mr. BenGurion as reports this week indicate. During The Week .. .A* I Se B> LEO MINDLIN REUVEN DAFNI, OF THE ISRAEL Foreign \U principal speaker at a bond dinner last Sundav evenimtry '* Hotel. Mr. Dafni was perhaps the most Intelligent fur* *" %  which bond officials have come up here in a Iontime H !" *^ the group gathered to honor Mrs. Louis Glasser for but f ldrK S|J ut a few i 1rk • yet what he had to say appeared more cogent than all Jhn "^ ulated during the past season by a whole host of well MM Words tk Israel lovers. paid Profess*^; Mr. Dafni did not long linger on the Jewish State*! r, been the general custom; nor did he indulge himself i n "H again Europe's .bloody soil. His approach was more ro. n<.H lr 'i Ww *M _„ „_.„, ,...—., ~ !" ...„ -rpiuuii was more poin'prt i !" l subtleties, he placed squarely on American Jewr\s <;hn,M ""N responsibly of Israel's future. Candidly discussing' his Z\ *J difficulties, he made specific mention of immigration prowf 13 *''''! lashed out against those who criticize its open door policy *H This came as an aspect of his observation regarding that Israel refrain from accepting the economic burden of uTr\ ited immigration system. Those, he said, who urge quo)!, U J* gradual integration of European and Near Eastern exiles into the s I nist fulfil open tin state's society do not understand the meaning of Zionist fulhti* 0 ^ I "We would rather." he said, "go down with our doors Miami ll•;.! %  Sl ••.. Harold Shapiro is Miami Beach's new mayor. Mr. Shapiro emerged victorious in the June 2nd councilmanic race during which he ran ahead of a field of 16 candidates to take first place in a contest for four vacancies on the city council. Mr. Shapiro may well be proud of his accomplishment Originally from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the 45-year-old attorney came to Key West during World War H where he served with the United States Navy. South Florida seemed to capture his imagination, for he decided to remain here. Since that time, Mr. Shapiro has distinguished h i m s e lf with his many civic and philanthropic activities. Those who benetitted from his inexhaustable and unselfish energies did not forget him on Tuesday. The new mayor campaigned on the promise that he would heed the voice of the people and that he would work •and fight for their interests. As a private citizen in the area, Mr. Shapiro has done precisely that through his varied organizational activity. We feel certain that he will continue to do so in his capacity as councilman and Miami Beach mayor. Also to be congratulated are Harold Spaet, Bernard Frank and Harold Turk tor their victories at the polls Tuesday. Mr. Spaet is a former municipal court judge whose civic, legal and professional leadership can do much to enhance the effectiveness of the Miami Beach City Council. Also a former municipal court judge. Mr. Frank's re-election to the, city council reaffirms the area's trust in him and in his last tenure of office. Mr. Turk, the other successful incumbent, has held the post of Dade County Commissioner, as well. His political experience, along with a varied background in civic and communal affairs, should make Mr. Turk a valuable council member as in the past The City of Miami Beach has a long period of fruitful accomplishment toward which to look forward with its new city council. The I'M Orchestra The University of Miami Symphony Orches-, tra has concluded another season of performances here. The last concert in the 1952-63 series brought to the area Isaac Stern, a world renowned artist who interpreted several major violin works, one of them in conjunction with, Miami's own Jean Bedetti, a Boston Symphony I Orchestra 'cellist who played under the late Dr. Serge Koussevitsky for many years. This was but one of the many outstanding concerts presented during the season by the UM Symphony Orchestra under the baton of J Dean John Bitter. A brief survey reveals the stellar list of musical artists who have performed here with the symphony. During its 26-year history, the UM Symphony has consistently attracted the finest concert talent for presentation in Miami, and, throughout this period, the orchestra has steadily improved its musicianship in the face of many seemingly insurmountable obstacles. Our area has been the beneficiary of the UM Symphony 8 activity. Its concerts are a major cultural event each year. Now, the orchestra is entering into its third season of summer pop concerts. On June 21st, the first of this summer's series will open at the Miami I Beachr Auditorium. We anticipate that the area will respond to the extension of the UM Symphony's programs with a rousing number of subscribers. Cantor hrlniirrs Citation Cantor Samuel Kelemer, of Temple Beth Sholom, has been signally honored by the Hebrew Union School of Sacred Music. The school, which this week announced the establishment of a Certificate Program, also designated Cantor Kelemer as a "Charter Certificate Cantor." The new program makes rigorous demands on its designates, including a minimum of 20 years of cantorial activity, in addition to scholarly work done in the field of liturgical music and in the publication of liturgical compositions. Now authorized to grant degrees, the Hebrew' Union School will be in a position to do much j in the matter of lending added dignity to thej cantorate, and members of the profession,; seeking accreditation, will necessarily raise the the standards of their activity. Cantor Kelemer has distinguished himself in the two major fields of cantorial endeavor on the basis of which certificates are granted I The youngest of the Hebrew Union School's' designates, he is now in his 27th year in the cantorate. Cantor Kelemer is also the author of several works on^ music, including an anthology of liturgical melodies. Miami Jewry congratulate* the 36-year-old cantor whose distinction granted him this week reflects our community's ever increasing recognitions in the field of traditional and religious accomplishment grow strong and prosper with them shut.' The one discordant note Mr. Dafni struck was in contradistja*. to this courageous remark, and it came as a result of his ckiTAa!1 rin over the manner in which the Israel Bond drive appear, tot! progressing. He vowed.that his government would make the £B A whether yau help us or not. It will just take that much looser* be that much harder." In the face of his earlier recognrtioa that* establishment of the Jewish State had been made possible lira* through American aid, Mr. Dafni's go-it-alone hemi-m certainlvm! peared uncalled for. a THE ISRAELI OFFICIAL'S AVOWAL GREW OUT of a gen* feerfhg of being rebuffed, and it must be excused on this basu. it deed, it seems exceedingly dangerous when Jewish State spokeswn. in the process of soliciting American assistance, are placed into |W position where they crown US Jewry with the sole laurel o( merit %  the Zionist struggle. While the significant role it has played hardly be overlooked, one does the European and Near Easterner injustice in ignoring their valiant efforts More important, however, this egregious emphasis on AmericaJewish monetary support remains a thorn in the tide of the indepeident minded Israeli citizen who refuses to barter hiteelings of In* dom and self-determination for US gold. Certainly, such bartering hat not been specifically demanded, but the Israelisensitivity conniwt as a defensive mechanism nontheless. And. without a doubt, it as been the source of much friction between the Jewish State and ike American community at large. Mr. Dafni used his remark about our total responsibility for the establishment of the young republic as a means of contrasting it vita the lagging sale of Israel Bonds. This is precisely the rebuff he suffered during his seven week tour here, and he could not rationite these two facts with any degree of success. Apparently, some $170.000,000 worth of bonds have been sold since the issue was first floated in America. Of this amount. Mr. Dafni said, $50,000,000 remain oatstanding in unpaid pledges. Apart from the need of subscribing more fully to the campaign, the official examined the meaning of unfulfilled promises of pBrthue to the Jewish State. He explained that his government begins opt* ing against such pledges immediately as they are recorded and that outstanding accounts serve to increase deficit spending In this regard, he said that Israel's purpose was not "to play soldiers;' nor was it t* establish foreign embassies throughout the world. Mr. Dafni affirmed the belief in his country as a nation in •* %  the oppressed might live freely and comfortably. It was clearij i repudiation of the naive patriotism manifested here by other bud spokesmen who have waved the flag of ministers, armies and air forces and served as a breath of fresh air against the foul odors of %  impossible Jewish chauvenism. For this drive toward freedom fna oppression. Mr. Dafni said, a parallel drive toward economic indepodence needed forceful waging. And Israel Bond drive monies. ala* could make both campaigns successful. > > > c < MR. DAFNI MADE A SHARP DISTINCTION between the P* poses of the bond campaign and the United Jewish Appeal. It was hen that he lashed out against those who consider their purchases of boo* as outright gifts rather than as investments and who publicly annomw that they do not expect to see their loans returned "It is painful* notice," he said, "that there are a great number of Jews who deep* their hearts think this a hoax. We can not but regard it as a nvMtist served insult." As I see it, more talks like Mr. Dafni's should be schedulni^ bond officials. Despite his most ardent avowals, he brought tea fore Israeli unwillingness to accept the thesis that the Jewi** !" is being assisted by the lavish generosity of American "presents.. I the airing of this issue served an intelligent purpose. In avoiding a worthless repetition of tales'of blood and gore. Mr Dafni could centratc, instead, on the immediate needs of Israel, as well <* 1 meaning of the bond campaign. In repudiating the insult against his government and P**^ did not simultaneously insult his American audience with sentia and maudlin woe as a means of eliciting sympathy He placed quest for trust in Israel on the sound and healthy basis of an *""" cally hppeful future. The two major fund raising arms in our can well take a lesson from Mr. Dafni's wise words They cas, it** -—— • a icMuu fi (on mr. l^aillis WIBC www-. hide in shame for their expressed hope but a few month* ago *** reported anti-Jewish movement behind the Iron Curtain would as a stimulus for their lagging drives. Such is the pathetically tfiP^ erished idealistic impetus which now motivates them. More P men like Mr. Dafni can do a great deal to negate the harmful tB& of their attitades.



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UDAY. J UNE 5, -1953 £ lenii/ifloridfiar PAGE 5A IfG DAY VOLUNTEERS TO HEAR EDAM MESSAGE SUNDAY An important message from Amvesters and the people of Israel Lsador Abba Eban underlining through the medium of the Israel (ho need of further investment cap-; Bond drive. Ilal provided by the sale of Israel i "Israel has demonstrated that it ionds will be delivered to BIG has the will, the resources and the igy workers at a rally in the Royal skills to build a modern and pro a ln' Hotel on Sunday, at 10 a.m. The one-day campaign will take place the following Sunday, June |4 t h. Bernard I. Binder, BIG Day Commander, said he estimates close to 1,000 men and women will participate as brigadiers. In his message, Eban will emphasize the integral part of Israel Bonds in helping Israel achieve economic stability through the expansion of citrus export, general gricultural expansion, developnent of mineral and chemical reoorces and continued developnent of a wide network of indusIries At the same time, it was learned khat Mrs. Clara Burstein, 1685 SW jlst Street, will be Miami chairnan of BIG Day. Mrs. Burstein a graduate of schools in Philadelphia and of Journalism at New York University. Her 20-year-old ton, Oscar, is currently attending Law School at the University of iami She is vice president of the I' Scopus Group of Hadass; Eond coordinator, Greater Miami ah; member of the Zionist {organization of Coral Gables; fcVomen': Committee of Brandeis; ductive economy in the Middle East," he said. "This young nation took him to 30 cities across the country, Dafni claimed that, with continued support, it will still take five to eight years for Israel to balance its economy. He reported 'that at the present time the country is suffering from an unfavorable trade balance in has also proved that it knows how' the ration of 9 to 1. to make the most of foreign in-' Mrs. Glasser told guests of her vestment dollars. The people of three week tour of key centers in Miami can help to provide this im-1 Israel under auspices of the State petus by buying and selling Israeli of Israel Bond Organization. Her Bonds on BIG Day." visit coincided with Fifth AnniverA vivid description of industrial sary celebrations in Israel. and agricultural improvements in Israel was given the Israel Bond dinner held this week in the Saxony Hotel by Reuven Dafni, chief spokesman of the Israel Foreign Affairs Ministry, and Mrs. Louis Glasser, who was guest of honor. Winding up a seven-week tour of the United States, a tour which Highlight of the evening was the presentation of a scroll naming Governor Dan McCarty honorary chairman of the Israel Bond Organization in Florida. Dr. Morris Goodman, chairman of the dinner, made the presentation to community leader William Singer, who represented the Governor. Miami Window. ACTION IN BONDS — Old-time supporter Mrs. Frances Rubin (right) purchases an additional 52,000 in bonds from Mrs. Manuel Burstein, chairman of BIG Day in Miami. The oneday campaign will be held Sunday, June 14th. King's Jewelry Shop, of Lincoln Road, is displaying the eight-day clock for the time project of the North Shore Jewish Canter Sisterhood Alfred Stone has been elected president of the South Shore Democratic Club of Miami Beach, with vice presidencies going to Alfred Westin, Mrs. Gladys nenj *.omnnuer u. mno. ; p|otk| „ ave G| „ er and Jaek u .: and comparative law; H arry Zuk(;,!!a V.oyerson Chapter of Pion• yjne mher offi(;ers are ^ Hom l, rniek/ legal institutes; Fe ibelman, 1 er, secretary; Phillip Zimand, ] Albert B. Bernstein and Stern, pubtreasurer; and Henry A. Kamp, lication of law journal; Marwin S. nounced the names of some 120 Greater Miami attorneys appointed to major committees for 1953-54. Among those serving will be Herbert U. Feibelman, bankruptcy; Abe L. Shugerman. continuing law reform; Jack A. Abbott and David P. Catsman, cooperation with realtors; David B. Stern, international leer V.'omen; %  Women: Ladies Auxiliary, Mount [smai Hospital; and Coral Gables [Jewish Center. Binder also announced that kick [oft breakfasts will be held at 9 [a.m.. on BIG Day, June 14th, in the Royal Palm Hotel for Miami Beach volunteers and in the Bureau of Jewish Education for Miami I worker-. Emphasizing that the coming [month willbe critical in the economic development of Israel. (Binder urged residents here to enlist as BIG Day volunteers. He [stated that volunteer workers can. on a personal basis, strengthen the I partnership between American inJonas Is President Of Beach Zionists Fred Jonas has been elected president of the Miami Beach-Israel 2 District, according to an announcement this week by Sam | koM' rman, chairman of the Nom! Bating Committee. Named chairman of the Board Was Seymour" B. Liebman. Other •ffieera -include Nathan Darsky, Isadora Goldberg. S. A. Goodman, Samuel Landau, Rabbi David Shapiro and Sam Prosterman, vice presidents; Alex Van Stratten, treasurer; Al Sherman, financial secretary; and Charles Lee, recording secretary. Jonas said that the organization's plans call for expanded activities in the Zionist movement, including work in the fields of aid to Israel and youth and educational programs here. public relations counsel The University of Miami has granted a year's leave of absence to Milton Kaplow, assistant research professor of food technology, to continue advanced studies in this field at the University of Massachusetts. Guillermo Saenz, food technologist at the University of Oriente, Santiago, Cuba, will teach Kaplow's classes during the latter's absence Among new Board members of the Dade County Cancer and Cytology Center are Sam Bailey, Jr., 6816 Camarin Street, Coral Gables; Mrs. Bess Glasser, 3618 Prairie Avenue, Miami Beach; and Murray B. Sheldon, 3929 Garden Avenue, Miami Beach ... The Florida Bar recently anCassel and Zukernick, public relations; and Sidney M. Aronovitz, unauthorized practice of law Among Executive Committee members recently named to the Dade County Council on Community Relations are Harold Kramer, Fred Routh, George J. Talianoff, Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Burnett Roth Also appointed were Dr. Joseph M. Weidberg, Sam Blank, Rabbi Leon Kronish and Mrs. Sydney Weintraub Colonel Jack R. Younger has been re-elected president of the Greater Miami Crime Commission. This is his fifth term in that office. Last year, he was re-elected to a three-year term as a commission director. Named vice presidents were Benjamin F. Bronston, realty dealer, and Robert C. MacDonnell, Redlands citrus grower Students who recently received American Legion Awards were Meredith Weiland and Josh Sirkin. The citations were made for honor, courage, scholarship, service and leadership. AN AWARD WELL DESERVED was presented last week at Mount Sinai Hospital's Blood Bank to Frank Catterson, personnel manager of the Food Fair Stores, by Samuel Gertner, the hospital's executive director, on behalf of the Board of Trustees. Catterson's interest in the health problems of the employees of the chain of food stores in the Greater Miami area has resulted in 270 pints of .blood being deposited at the hospital to date. Food Fair employees now have the largest account at Mount Sinai's Blood Bank. Attending the ceremonyaccompanying the certificate presentation were (left) Dr. Mark B. Cirlin, chairman of the Blood Bank, and (right) Mrs. Louis B. Krensky, president of Mount Sinai's Women's Auxiliary. The influence of social and economic developments at home and abroad on current community welfare plans and programs were highlighted at the 54th annual meeting of the National Conference cf Jewish Communal Service held in Atlantic City last week. The National Association of Jewish Center Workers and the National Sally Grossman To Be Installed Sharett President Sunday B'nai B'rith Young Women of Sharet Chapter will hold their Parent-Daughter Installation ceremonies on Sunday. 2 p.m., at the Sans Souci Hotel. B'nai B'rith National Youth Commissioner and Miami attorney Milton Friedman will be installing officer. Other guests will include Jerry Carver, BBYO director of South Florida; Mrs. Florence Goodman, past adviser for Sharet; Mrs. Brenner, president of the B'nai B'rith Coral Gables Women; and Sally Wellins. New officers are Sally Grossman, presfdent; Phyllis Gelbard. 1st vice president; Anita Cogan, 2nd vice president; Arline Kroll. recording secretary; Mignon Benson, corresponding secretary; Maurine Heyman. treasurer; Dorothy BaiV parliamentarian; Pauline Glantz, sergeant-at-arms; and Lorraine Council for Jewish Education .* nbcrg counS ellor. also, participated in the Con| Boar d members are Arline C ference. Philip Bernstein, of Forest Hills, Lonq Island, associate director of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, was elected NCJCS president for 19531954. Bernstein formerly held bert, Arlene Shapiro and Lenore Cook. Phyllis Gelbard will be host to a party for the new officers on Sunday evening at her home at ,2235 SW 12th Street. Delegates elected to attend the District Five B'nai B'rith Convention in Washington, D.C., during the post of lFt vice president the July 4th wee kend. are Sally of the National Conference of Grossman, Phyllis Gelbard. I Jewish Communal Service. raine Kallenberg and Arline Imber. Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity of the University of Miami held its sixth annual anniversary and sweetheart formal at the Empress Hotel last weekend. Highlight of the affair was the crowning of Joan Kobrin as Chapter Sweetheart. Joan, pledge mother of Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority at the University of Miami, is a resident of Miami Beach. She is shown receiving the AEPi Sweetheart pin from Jack Sandier, formal chairman, as a sorority sister looks on. Outstanding brothers of the chapter received trophies for their accomplishments during the year. Awards were given to Stan Arkin, outstanding brother of the year; Willie Schayowitz, outstanding athlete of the year; and Edward Pastroff, outstanding scholar of the year for the third consecutive time. New officers elected for next year are Jack Sandier, master; Don Farber, lieutenant-master; Bob Levin, exchequer; Dick Goodman, pledge master; Mark. Goodkind, corresponding scribe; Bill Saiger, scribe; and Stan Arkin, member-at-large.



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PAGE 6 A %  The Bar Mitzvah of Jay Thorpe, son cf Dr. and Mrs. Bertram Thorpe, 1025 West :7th Street, will take place in the Miami Beach Jewish Center on Saturday. June 6th. ?abbi Jacob Kaplan will of%  ciate. An eighth grade student at the Nautilus Junior High School, Jay attends the Religious School of the Miami reach Jewish Center. Allen Brooks Shevach. son of Dr. and Mrs. Randolph Shevach. 3426 Prairie Avenue. Miami Beach, will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, June 6th, at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. Allen is an eighth grade student at Nautilus Junior High School. Personally Speaking Dr. and Mrs A. H. Blucstonc. of llywood), Florida, announce the rth of a son at the Hollywood Memorial Hospital on Juno 2nd. tr tr Mr and Mrs. Ira Goodman, of 7365 SW 18th Street Road, anMUM* the hirth of their daughter. Hollis Ellen. tr tr tt Dr. and Mrs. Harold M. L'nger. of the Royal Palm Hotel, announce the birth of their son. Arthur Sidney, at Mount Sinai Hospital on May 23rd. The new born boy joins his .sister, Wendy Sue, 4, and brother, Stephen Wise, 3. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Rose, of Miami Beach, and Dr. and Mrs. Jonas J. Unger, New York car. tr tr tr Mrs. Etna Beck, of 2331 SW 19th Street, Miami, has just returned home following an extended trip up North. %  b tr tr Mrs. Max SHver opened her borne at 710 SW 21st Road. Miami. on Teusday evening, for a membership reception of the Beth El Sisterhood. Thirty Sisterhood members and their guests were entertained, with a program directed by Mrs. Shmaryahu T Swirsky, pro?ram chairman. Floral decorations and the centerpiece on the buffet t;:ble were arranged by Mrs. Silver The 1953 Confirmation Class cf Temple Israel recently made a presentation to the Temple of a portrait of Dr. Joseph R. Narot, spiritual leader. The painting is the %  work of local artist Mrs. Reyna Ullman Youngerman. Mr and Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz. of 1133 SW 4th Avenue, announce the birth of their daughter. Bonnie Francine. at Mount Sinai Hospital on May 27th. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Worth. Miami Beach, and Mrs. Marion Soltz, Miami. Great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Goldberg, Miami. %  fr -tr Dr. and Mrs. Clement Geronemus. of Hollywood, announce the birth of their son, David Martin, at Doctor's Hospital. New York City, on May 26th. David joins his brother. Robert. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Geronemus. Hollywood. Maternal grandparents are Professor and Mrs. Neuwirth. New York. tr tr tr Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schatzman. of 2395 Lake Pancoast Drive, Miami Beach, are leaving today for a trip to Chicago and Los Angeles. They will return home in six weeks, t* tr tr Marcia Palay will celebrate her sweet sixteen birthday with a swimdance at the Delano Hotel on Saturday evening. Marcia will start her senior year at Miami Beach High School in September, where she has just been appointed head majorette. The date of the affair was held off for.several weeks to await the arrival of her sister. Roberta, a freshman at the University of Alabama Marcia expects about 100 of her schoolmates at the swim-dance Parents are Dr. and Mrs. Lewis Palay. •Ct tr tr Mr. and Mrs. Sid Lewis, of Normandy Lsles. Miami Beach, now have their entirely refurbished Duncraggan Inn. Hendersonville, -North Carolina, open for the summer season The Lewises are rapidly becoming famous for their dahlia-growing activities. Starting just as a hobby, they now ship over 150.000 of the tubers every year to firms that package them under their own labels. tr tr tr Mr. and Mrs. Max Applebaum. of 1056 Venetian Way, will leave tomorrow to spend the summer vacation in Long Island. New York. Going with the Applebaums is their son. Bernie. who has just graduated from Miami Beach High School. tr tx tr Mrs. Samuel S. Siker, of 1634 Biarritz Drive, has returned home following a 17-day visit with her daughter, Dr. JSstelle Siker, Yonkers, New York, and a 10-day stay at the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. E. S. Siker, Schwartzman Picked For Trip To Israel Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, and fourteen educators of other communities, have been selected from all the Jewish educators throughout the country to visit the State of Israel on the Educators' Study Tour of Israel conducted by the Department of Education and Culture of the World Zionist Organization and the American Association for Jewish Education. The Tour leaves New York City on June 9th for a stop in London, and then moves direct to Israel. Schwartzman will tour Cambridge and Oxford Universities in I England and will participate in the reception with the Chief Rabbi of England presiding. In Israel, the tour includes visits to schools, be-, ginning at the kindergarten level through Hebrew University. While the educators will be quartered in Jerusalem, field visits are planned throughout the country, down to ancient Sodom in the Negev. Interviews will be held with the President and Prime Minister ( o f Israel, as well as with the. heads of the educational depart-, ments. Lectures and symposia have | : been scheduled on such topics as Justice In Israel. Language Methj ods. Literature Of Israel. Trends In i Education In Israel and others. Receptions will be held for the educators in Haifi, Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and other centers. In the absence of Schwartzman, the Bureau office will be under the \ supervision of Herbert Berger, director of Extension Activities. ni""" l^AY.JONU Brian Meringoff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Saul Meringoff, will become Bar Mitzvah at Kneseth Israel Congregation on Saturday, June 6th. Mr. Meringoff is president of Krieseth Israel. The religious service will be followed by Kiddush, a dinner in the evening and open house at 1110 Pennsylvania Avenue, the entire weekend. Oat-of-town guests will be paternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. H. Lefkowitz; and uncle, Lou Meringoff; Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Feffer and daughters, Gail and Ina, of Patterson and Clifton, New Jersey; and Miss Harriet Gortesman, of New York. Ronald Ruthfield, sonof'jftH and Mrs. Max Ruthfield West Avenue, will be Mitzvah on Saturday, jS 6th, at the Miami Beach !w,i ish Center. Rnbbi Jacob K.'1_ Ian will officiate. Ronald J a seventh grade student jU the Ida M. Fisher Junior Higkl School and attends the Miaai') Beach Jewish Center Re!ig. H ious School. • Beth Sholom Sisterhood j Comanor \timed The first meeting of the newly To 0'oiillllilti>i> elected officers and Board of the Kenneth Toppel Wins First Prize In Essay Contest Winners of the essay contests sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education for the Jewish schools of Greater Miami were announced this week by Max Meisel, president. First prize in the contest on great American-Jewish personalities was won by Kenneth Toppel, of the Zamora Jewish Center. His award of a musical menorah was made on Sunday at a special assembly. Subject of the winning essay was. Haym Salomon. Second prize of a Kiddush cup was won by Jay Bruce Hess, of Temple Israel, and awarded at a* fc similar assembly Sunday. His subject was. Emma Lazarus. Third prize of a Kiddush cup was won by Wancy Dezen, of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. She wrote on Judah Touro. The contest is sponsored annually in honor of American Jewish History Week. Winners of the Jacob and Adele Kaplan awards sponsored by the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami and awarded by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan were Frances Frome. who scored the highest marks among the graduates of the Hebrew High School sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education, and Irwin Siegel. of Beth David Congregation, who scored the highest mark in the graduation examinations given to graduates of four I Hebrew schools. The awards were j Israel Bonds. Israelite Center Picnic The PTA of the Israelite Renter will sponsor a picnic for Religious School children on Sunday, June 7th. 10 a.m.. at Matheson Ham mock. A motorcade will leave the Center at 9:30 a.m. There will be games and prizes under the supervision of Andrew Kornreich. Mrs. Sam Sandier is chairman, assisted by Mrs. George Kessler and Leonard Kaplan. Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom will be held on Friday morning, June 12th, at 10:30 a.m., in the Temple patio, according to an announcement by Mrs. Bert S. Klee, president. Mrs. Klee will announce City. Albert Comanor. executive d tor of the Jewish Social Swril Bureau, has been elected to oj Executive Committee of the fc] tional Conferenre of Jewish Cos-j munal Service during its recegl business meeting held in Allan*] the various chairmen of committees and will outline the program and projects for the coming year. Fernandez Speaks Sholera Lodge, B'nai B'rith. win hear Captain Pete Fernandez, famed jet ace, during its meeting on Tuesday evening, June 9th, 8:15 p.m., at Temple Israel. The Executive Committee •' sists of 19 persons representisj; various fields of Jewish seraa." Comanor will hold down the cat' work spot. The annual conference his bea t taking place for many yean, doing the course of which prof* sional personnel gather to ihn! their knowledge with regardtota> ] rent developments. Its leadtnaf


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IV. TUNE 5, 1953 l***U§, Flmrlrtfrin PAGE 7 A ton Meyers Is ied Waterbury irt Pleas Judge Cjamin Meyers, of Miami, this [received word of the appointLf his brother, Milton H. Meyjudge in the Court of Jin Pleas in Waterbury, Concut. L er s' name was on the imparlist of prospects which the rbury Bar Association subto Governor John D. Lodge Iconsideration, according to ael Ciano, association presiThe attorney's nomination, | to the House of Representaad Senate, where it was apby a vote of 24 to 2, was of seven made by Governor to complete a slate of judges |the Superior and Common Courts. lers is a veteran worker in the 1 Republican organization. He ted the Connecticut radio and fcion efforts of Governor kas E. Dewey in his two presibids and the successful %  igns of President Eisenhower 52. He was also a close asof former Governor RayE. Baldwin and Governors L. McConaughy and James hannon. He is a brother of Icourt Judge Mitchell G. Meyith whom he practices law Waterbury. in that city in 1904, he ated Yale University and receivfce degrees of Bachelor of Arts Law from Fordham Law ol. Judge and Mrs. Meyers, Iformer Helen Gaunt, re now (inning in Europe. The couple i two children, Robert Michael, |ri Jeffrey, 3. idelson Unveiling dedication of a monument (le memory of Rachel Mendelformerly of 2116 SW 23rd fct, will take place on Sunday, 7th. 11 a.m., at Woodlawn Cemetery, Reform Section, Rabbi Joseph Narot officiatl.MrMondelson is survived by sons, Sid, Louis and Julius; wo daughters, Bertha and MaArraiujcments are in charge huriiiondT Monument Company. (ids and relatives are asked to Weiss Unveiling The dedication of Obituaries a monument to the memory of the late Lena!72. .^ESffiffi-fSffSSI"* Weiss, formerly of 2349. SW 12th Tll, u '""I Bcrantonian, 1 Street, will take place Sunday, %  June 7th, 2 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery with Rabbi Simon April officiating. Mrs. Weiss is survived by her daughter, Mrs. Louis Chester, also 2 grandchildren. Mrs. Weiss was a member of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Rubin Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Celia Rubin formerly of 411 82nd Terrace will take place Sunday, June 7th, 12:30 p.m. on the National Jewish Workers Alliance Plot of Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiating. Mrs. Rubin is survived by her husband Louis; 3 sons, Alfred, Hess and Henry, all of Chicago, 111. and a brother Dr. Sam Schanoff, also two sisters, Mrs. Thelma Dolin and Miss Ida Schanoff of Los Angeles, and seven grandchildren. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. MICHAEL L. Bcranton, died Toes....'.11 Bhei -Irian Ave., Miainl B*oh. K-ath followed MOM lUnaee. II.i:un,. here lam November. Ills dauKhter, Mi> David Roue, of HoBlon, was with him when he dieil. HemriiH his dauKliter. Mr 1:..oilman leaves a son, Herman S. Keneral manager of The Tribune, and r ,her Mori-la, circulation manager of The Scrantonlan. Tentative arrangement are for Bervlces in Scrnnton today. liearh Memorial Chapel IK in charge locally. WILLIAM B. FRIEDMAN 66, pawnbroker, died May 26th. He came from Savannah, (la., 16 year* ago and lived at 2161 NW lnt St. He is survived by hla wife. Elizabeth: six sons, Arthur, of Miami. Lewis, of (lainesville, Harry, now in the Merchant Marine, and John, frank and William Boyd. of Savannah; five •laughters, Catherine ltoyd, Mrs. Josephine Butler and Mrs. Jane Adklns. all of Miami, Mrs. Mary Spiller, of Fort Lauderdalc, Mrs. Rita Douglas, of Jacksonville; a sister, and 24 grandchildren. Services were held in Gordon's Miami Chapel. Yahiel To View Israeli ~ Scene At Lodge Meeting Haim Yahiel, of Israel, will be guest speaker of Miami Beach Lodge No. 1591, B'nai B'rith, during its weekly luncheon meeting on Tuesday, June 9th, 12:15 p.m., at the National Hotel. According to Gershon S. Miller, chairman, Yahiel is studying diesel engineering here under the Point Four Program. He will discuss the Israeli scene today. Lodge president is Gilbert J. Balkin. MURRAY KOSSMAN 39, of 2174 SW 24th Ter., died last Friday, May 29th. A paper jobber, he came here seven years ago from New York. Surviving are his wife, li.-rtha. two sons, Bobbie and David; Miami; his mother, a brother and five sisters, including Mrs. Helen l'arker, Miami Beach. Ieal Bervice were held Satunlay evening in the Miami Chapel of Gordon's Funeral Home. Burial took place in New York. Radio Synagoa I Am An American will be the subject of a sermon by Rabbi S. M. Machtei on the Radio Synagog at 9 a.m., Sunday, over station WQAM. This is in observance of Know Your America week. There will also be prayers, scripture reading, music and a question box. .ISSII Annual Mooting Sunday The Jewish Social Service Bureau will hold its 33rd annual meeting in the Starlight Room of the Biscayne Terrace Hotel on Sunday morning, June 7th. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, president of JSSB, will discuss the new role of the agency in Miami. New members of the Bureau Board will also be proposed at the Sunday meeting by Mrs. Aaron Fair, chairman of the Nominating Committee. Highlighting the program will be a puppet show, Seeing Is Believing, portraying modem case work in action. New Law Partnership Herbert U. Feibelman and Harold Friedman announce the formation of a partnership for the general practice of law. The partnership was effective on June 1st. Waltzer Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Fannie Waltzer, formerly of 2291 NW 5th Avenue, will take place Sunday, June 7th, 2:30 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Waltzer is survived by her husband Sam. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. JACK ROSENBAUM 63. of .16 Washington Avenue, died May 30th. He came here 7 years ago; engaged In retail grocery business. Survivors include wife. Fried, two sens, including Theodore Boss, of Miami, and two daughters. Remains were sent to New York for services and burial. Local arrangements were by the Riverside Chapel, Miami Beach. ANNA LEVINE SO, of 737 11th Street, died May 31st. Mrs. Levlne was a resident of Miami Beach for 6 years, she is survived by four sons. Albert Bernard, I-ouls I/evine. Max Levlne and Herman Levlne. Services were held May 31st at the Riverside Chapel of Miami Beach, with Rabbi Joseph K. Rackofsky officiating. Interment took place at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Ruddy Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of Emanuel Ruddy will take place on Sunday, June 7th, 11 a.m., at Mount Nebo CcmeMOZELTO" DASSA 83, of 213 Collins Avenue, died May 31st. She is survived by four sons Had one daughter. Services were held May Slat, ismducted by the Sephardlc Jewish ltmtherhood of America, of which she was a member. Interment was in Mt. Sinai Memorial Park. ISAAC LIPSON 322 l"9th SI ie.1. oA of 322 lWlh Street. Golden Shores, die I May list HeIs survived by his Wife, Rebecca, two daughters, Mrs. Miriam Wise, of I-.s Angeles, and lira. Judith Yabroff, of wadstery, with Rabbi Leon Kronish of-"worth. Ohio, one -on. Pvt. Alex Llpson. I'.S. Armed Forces, Korea, three brothers. Simon. Jonah and Ijizar. all lsllich Unveiling Be dedication of a monument to f:mcmo*y: of the late Harry for Applicant V. 22nd Ave. MS-2S ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TICK is HEREBY OIVEN that ilersigned, desiring to engage In ess under the fictitious name of HAIRSTYLIST, at 2617 SW. Ave.. Miami. Intend to register name with the Clerk of the Clr.Court of Dade County, Florida. JOSEPHINE R. MAN1LOFF ,. I-'ANNIS D. ROFFLER 12-19-26 ll)l Obituaries JACOB 8ELL8 17, of 236 Ninth St., Miami Beach, owner of Sells Jewelry Store on Washington Ave., died May SSth at home. He came here 11 yeate ago from NewYork and Is survived by his wife. Anna; a son, Jules; a daughter, Mrs. Betty Levlne, and three grandchildren, all of Mlnmi Beaeh. Services and burial will take place In New York, with Riverside Memorial Chapel, Miami Beach, In charge of local arrangement!, MELVIN LEO HOFFMAN 52. of 425 20th St., Miami Beach, died May Mth In a hoapltahHe moved here 10 year* ago from New York and had operated a gift shop in the Uoney Plaia Hotel. Services will be In NewYork with Beach Memorial Chapel la charge of local arrangement*. ABRAHAM KLEIN 74, of 1748 NW 58th St.. died Sunday. A retired painter, he came here 10 years ago from New Jot* City. He was a member of the Workmen s Circle and Painters Local 3S. He Is survived by a son and two daughters In New York. The body was sent to New York City for services and burial by Gordon Funeral Home. f Cleveland, and four grandchildren. He was an active member of the Religious School Faculty of Temple Beth Sbolom. Services were bald on June 2nd at the Riverside < hai.el of Miami Bench, with Rabbi !•"> Kronish officiating. Mr. Llpson was associated for over forty years with the Eagle Wholesale Grocery, founded By his father In Cleveland. Ohio, jndalao associated with the Midland Ftoodi Company, of Cleveland. Interment was in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. HARRY MEYERSON Missed away IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA Ne. 24,4*3 KKTATE OF '>IS MINSK, Deceased TICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL _,_ DISCHARGE fj'TlCE Is hereby gtven that I have %  y final report and petition for 1 I'lacharge aa Executrix of the of LOF18 MINSK, deceased; %  'hat on the 2nd day of July, 1X1. m apply to tha Honorable County of Dade Connty. Florida, for *val of said final report and for discharge as Executrix of the "" 'f IA>ClS MINSK, deceased. "is 2nd day of June. 1951. ABBIE M1NUC. As Executrix of the estate of ,„„ LOI is MINSK. Deceased. fhllS. HKIMAN KAPLAN Bornoy, for Executrix 65, of 978 SW Sth Street, passed away Friday. Mav 29th, In a local hospital. Survived by hi. wife. Odette, three eons. Harrv, Jr. Charles and William, two daughters. Mr.. Helen Janow and Marv two brother.. Michael and Haro". and two sisters, Ella Bobbin.and Ruchael Judelson. Funeral Mr>Ue at The were held Monday, June Int. Miami Riverside. Interment followed In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. HARRY DREYFACH 58, of 134 20th Street. Miami Beach died June 1st. He is survived by his wife. Marjorle, and one Stotar. Bit Thelma Ettenson, of New York < K£ Remains were sent to New tortt tor services and burial. He was a retired manufacturers •W?-^S.S>TS5 here several years ago from -New lorn city. LEVI PLUMBING COMPANY "Established 1924" 2141 S.W3rd St Call 9-14H BETTY'S "KNOWN FOR DELICIOUS AND WHOLESOME FOOD Completely Air Conditioned Free Parking Lobo Lounge Continuous Entertainment Phone 9-9426 1440 Biecayne Bird. 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PAGE 8 A -UMJ^rk^rHi^ Mist Suiann* Dvbois Mrs* 0 ypi'4'Ms To lie Installed The Chaim Weitzmann Group of Hadassah will hold its seventh annual installation dinner at the Garden Restaurant. 2235 SW 8th Street, on Wednesday. June 10th. 7 pm. Officers to be installed are president. Mrs. Harvey Cypress; 1st vice president. Miss Edith BernBtein; 2nd vice president. Mrs. Harry Bassine; recording secretary. Mrs Philip Botwinik: and corres-' ponding secretary. Mrs. Robert' Goran. Guest speaker will be Miss Shal-' onu Shawmut. Installing officer i' Miss Lillian Goodman. The invocation will be given by Mrs Samuel Sakrais, president of the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah. The benediction address will be by Mrs Joseph Shawmut chairman is Mrs. Peter Brode. Lodge Has Talk On Allergy Maccabee Lodge, Knights of Pythias, heard Dr. Morris Schwartzberg last niuht in a discussion of i chiropractic relief for allergies. | 38%annc Dubois To Wed Hay Fisher Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dubois. of 317 Fluvia. Coral Gables, announce the betrothal of their daughter. Suanne Louise, to Raymond D. Fisher, son of Mrs. Bertha Fishcr t Forest Hills, boag Island, New York. The daughter of the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra's concert master attended the Birch Wathen private high.school in New York and graduated from Coral Gables Senior High School. She is now a student at the UM, where she is a member of Lead and Ink. journalism honorary. She is also associate editor of Ibis and drama critic of the Hurricane. Miss Dubois is on the Dean's List. Mr. Fisher graduated from Miami Beach High School and the University of Miami, where he was a member of Omicron Delta Kappa, national leadership and scholarship honorary; Iron Arrow, local honorary; and Sigma Delta Chi, journalism fraternity. He was listed in Who's Who In American Colleges And Universities and served as editor of Tempo. UM undergrad uate magazine. At present, Mr Fisher is employed as director of the UM photo center. The couple plan a Fall wedding. Chamber Music Classes Offered By University Stringed instrument players will have an opportunity this summer to enroll in chamber music classes at the University of Miami School of Music Victor Stern, teacher of viola and a member of the School of Music faculty, will be in charge ; of the classes Registration will be held at the beginning of the first summer ses-1 sion. June 15th and 16th Classes will meet for two periods per week for the six week session. CHICKEN SOUPS rkUOVlfVtt \ jjjjjjgrjjj satisfying. With Matzeh BoW <>r Kfflodi N eeSes .gUg^TR^ IY THE BAKERS OF "OVE nsr ifHiirlli HATZOH Mrs. Howard Levin* Miss Peckerman Chooses Gown Of Chant illy Lace In a garden wedding at 440 West 40th Street. Miami Beach. Miss Delores Jean Peckerman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Peckerman. 1755 Calais Drive, became the bride of Howard Levine, son of Mrs. Jeannette Levine and the late Harry Levine, 9333 Byron Avenue. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated at the ceremony which was held on May 24th. Best man was David Levine. Diana Peckerman was maid of honor. Ushers were Yale Levine and Gilbert Levine. The bride selected a gown of white chantilly lace which was ballerina-length, with pleated nylon tulle ruffle on the bottom of the skirt. Her fingertip illusion veil was attached to a cloche of lace and seed pearls. She carried orchids on a Bible. Newlywed Mrs. Levine attended Miami Beach High School, the University of Miami and the Univer sity of Florida. Mr. Levine was graduated from Meutchen High School, Meutchen, N. J., and spent tow and onehalf years in the Navy. He attended the University of Miami. The couple are honeymooning in New Orleans and Chicago. They will make their home on Miami Beach Sheila Zalka Choose.* September Wedding A reception at the Roney Plaza Hotel Sunday honored Miss SheliaMarlene Zalka and her fiance, Arthur J. Kline. -Their engagement is announced by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Zalka, 1446 Lenox Avenue, Miami Beaeh. The bride-elect is a graduate of Miami Senior High School and attended the University of Miami, where she was a member of Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority. Mr. Kline is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Saul Kline, 1735 SW 13th Avenue. He attended Weequahic High School, Newark, New Jersey, Texas Technological College and received the I.LB degree from the University of Miami Law School. He was a charter member of Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity and a member of Nu Beta Epsilon, legal fraternity. During World War n, Mr. Kline served as a Lieutenant in the Air Force He is now a partner in the law firm of Warren, Klein, Lehrman, Shorcnstein and Kline. The wedding will take place in September. _FRIDAY nniEi *' Sheli, M. J,ft, Masada Swim-Dance Masada Miami Beach Young Adult District will present a swimdance at the Indian Queen Hotel j on Saturday evening, 8 p.m. In I charge of the affair are Joan Cohen, social chairman and Ira JosJ eph, co-chairman. ~ Assisting are | Marline Kalik, correspondence; I Sam Soldinger, arrangements: Ed Oka. contests: Gil Rappaport, refreshments; and Lila Gross, hospitality. ^Tn"' CH K P,M E SJ The Lorhcr chapter. KT 1 Home for Jewish child J ver Colorado, held its 1*, of the season last Sunday, in the Ritz Plaza Hotel *> to Mrs. Herbert Wileosb man. Mrs. Sam Alexander", dent, said that proceeds a the needy asthmatic youu, cd in the home. Elderly Gentlei withea a woman to act ai CUM caretaker or work part tnT be clean and ablt to cook. OwdU light work Rrpiy bv lett:r r M> •on alter 4 p.m. UM SW Sti] **? %  < %  Bui 2. ,top .Hthjt'J 12th Ave. Vw*\** MAKE RESERVATIONS HOWS for choice accommodate Hialea'.x Annual Picnic The annual picnic for Sunday j and Hebrew School students of the Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Com-i munity Center will Inheld on Sunday, June 7th, at Greynolds Park. Iliiiier.i j ijHii h HENDERSOWILLE, N.C. World Famoui Cuitiaa American P:.-.o Beginning at Ml Weekly. May 30th to Oct. Brochure on Rrqutit. Your Nu BLANCHE and SIO LEWIJ Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS. INC. 14 N.E. 24th St., Miami 37. Flo. Phone 3-6866 YOU WILL FIND THE MOST COMPLETE SELECTION of BOYS AND GIRLS WEAR ON MIAMI BEACH at MORRIS BROTHERS MIAMI BEACH 1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE Mizrachi Women Hold Moonlight Cruise 14th A moonlight cruise on June 14th I will take the Miami Beach MizI rachi Women's organization onto I Biscayne Bay for the annual affair which will benefit the Bessie Gottsfeld Children's Village at Raanana in Israel. The ride will begin at 5 p.m., when the Yacht Seven Seas will leave Pier 8 of the Miami City Yacht Basin. Mrs. Esther Eisenstein. president, will head a group of hostesses. The Mesdames Harry Sir, Samuel Grundwerg, Rose Lustig. Joseph Brenner and R. Schechter are in charge of arrangements. %  v-vvvv-v-to Going Formal? J iircffoe's the home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS* •r*c U.S. pat. off. Miami Miami Beach Ft Lauderdale • Weal Palm Beach Formal Wear that it freihty cleaned, amartly •tyiPd. properly fitted. Complete outfits Including •note. PHONE 48-2084 UNIVERSITY JPMENS SHOP 2828 Ponce Da Leon Boulevard Coral Gablai Confidentially ...I was miserable '.ft we started with Miami Diaper ServK** 1 Now, my dioper$ are surgically sterile, Wr as-down, extra dry, absorbent and chafe-proof. Miomi Diaper Service furnishes us with 9 Eva Nursers, a deodorizing, porcelain Storage twice-a-week Pick Up and Delivery Service ond 0 subscription lo BABY TALK Magazine! 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•niiir lY, JUNE 5. J_953_ +Jewlstrhrldl/a,ri Miss Kane HMMh ilstein, Cristal Irolhal Told necting on the University of campus will lead to mar[for Diane Edclstein and Paul k nouncement of the couple's fcement is made by the bridemother, Mrs. Sidney Edeiof 1350 Pennsylvania AvMiami Beach. The brideIs father is the late Mr. EdelCristal is the son of Mr. Mrs David Cristal, St. Louis. piri. fa Edelstefii is a sophomore at %  Diversity of Miami and treas[of Alpha Kpsilon Phi SororRhc >• also sweetheart of Zeta [Tail her fiance's fraternity. Cristal is a senior and a er of Alpha Kappa Psi, honbusiness fraternity. i Levkoff Wins Prize Poetry Contest Here jpoem by Mrs. Jack Levkoff | first prize in the poetry conrecently conducted by the County Federation of WornI Clubs Mrs. Levkoff's poem. Was Our Heritage, also won ie for the best sonnet, awardState Poet Laureate Vivian more Rader. kte Fine Arts Chairman Mrs. ppy Staats read Mrs. Levkoff's to some 200 members of the ration assembled for luncheon ke Marina Terrace at Dinner £> p Kwitnay, honor student [Miami Beach Senior High TIOCI and daughter of Mr. J Mrs. Harry Perach Kwitmstructors at the He% Academy, was the reWent of the second prize in State of Florida Larimer der Poetry Contest. The poem. If I Should Meet fadred Soul, was read last odav over radio station MM. Ziva is a member Hie graduating class of M and is on the staff of Pryo. Miami Beach High *ool creative publication. %  s also a Sunday school P c --er ct the Miami Beach fish Center and an active M*>r of the Bonim Group. PAGE 9 Miss Belly freedman Hetty's Betrothal Told By Freedmans The engagement of their daughter, Betty, to Second Lieutenant Arnold L. Goldman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goldman, 9424 Byron Avenue, has been announced by Mr. and Mrs. Philip Freedman, 2132 Alton Road. The bride-elect graduated from Forest Park High School in Baltimore, Maryland. She is a member of Clara Hirsch Laudau Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women. Lieutenant Goldman received the BS degree in civil engineering from the University of Miami. He also did two years of graduate work at the University of Florida and is associated with the general contracting form of Aaron Goldman. Lieutenant Goldman is now stationed at Lowry Air Force Base in Denver, Colorado. ;Mrs.ftrrman Heads jDeborah Kadassah Installation ceremonies of officers for the coming year of the j Deborah Group of Hadassah took place at a luncheon in the Sans Souci Hotel on Wednesday. New president is Mrs. Herbert Gutman. Officers who will serve with her are vice presidents, Mrs. Leo Tinnier, Mrs. S. H. Taran and Mrs. Murray Graham; treasurer. Mrs. Sam Rubin; financial secretary, Mrs. Harold Hornreich; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Stanley Schewel; recording secretary, Mrs." Don Taylor; social secretary, Mrs. Joel Newman, and parliamentarian. Mrs. Ralph Shere. Board members are the Mesdames Leo Levin, honorary, William Lee, Edward Cohen, Irving North Dade Sisterhood Meet North Dade Jewish Center Sisterhood will meet on Monday evening, June 8th, 8 p.m., at the Center. iParlor games are planned. Mrs. Herbert Gutman Cypen, Louis Gorfine, Philip Greenberg, Louis Grossman, David Goodman, Syd Grossman, Erwin Harris, Lee Howard, William Kogan, L. E Lubin, David Levinson, Irving Nathanson, Pat Pike. Maurice Rich | Eugene Schwarz, Alex A. Straus, Jereme Weitzman and Mrs. Harold Miss Joan Wexelman Joan Wexelman Is Engaged On Parents' Silver Wedding Day On their silver wedding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wexelman, of 1550 Drexel Avenue, Miami Beach, announced the betroth al of their daughter, Joan, and Alvin I. Bakst, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Wapnaish, 1321 Alton Road. Announcement was made at a cocktail buffet in the Empress Hotel which honored both occasions. The engaged couple have known each other since they were students together at Central Beach Elementary School. Both attended Miami Beach High School. Mr. Bakst was a student at the University of Miami and belonged to Phil Epsilon Pi Fraternity. Miss Wexelman is now a UM student and a member of Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority. 4 Miss Yetta Klein Miss Klein (lets Hint? On 10th Birthday Miss Yetta Klein received her engagement ring from Danny Weintraub on her 19th birthday. Celebration of the event and the couple's betrothal were marked with a party here at the home of the bride-elect's parents, Mr. and' Mrs. William Klein. 500 NW 17th Avenue. Mr. Weintraub, who is in 'lie* jewelry business in Detroit, is the* son of Mr. and Mrs. Saul Weintraub, of that city. He is a graduate of Miami High School, where he first met his fiancee. Miss Klein attended Croton-onthe Hudson, New York, and graduated from Miami High School. She is now attending La France Beauty School. Wynn. music for the program. The in\ ocaCo-chairmen of the luncheon tion was read by Mrs. Louis Gidwere the Mesdames Cypen, Harris, ney. Mrs. M. Rich was installing: and Schwarz. A skit entitled,' officer. Mrs. William Lee. outgoing Screen Test For Officers, was fea-1 president, delivered the annual retured. Mrs. Wynn was in charge of port.



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p_ AG f 1 .. +Jf**isIincrXMw Capitol Spotlight By MILTON FRIEDMAN (Copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) WASHINGTON — While Secretary of State John Foster Dulles was in the Middle East presenting a goodwill pistol to Egyptian dictator Naguib, the Arab states brandished a hostile pistol at the heads of American business firms. The Arabs notified US businessmen that they would lose all Arab business if they continued to trade with Israel. General Adib Shishekly, boss of Syria, called for intensification of the economic boycott as the beat means of destroying Israel. The General notified aviation companies and other firms that they would be deprived of Arab business unless they terminated dealings with Israel. American firms, which had protested to the State Department, waited to see what action Dulles would take during his visit to Syria. Time Magazine, a pro-Administration publication, later reported that during the Dulles junket. General Shishekly "seemed to impress Dulles more than any other Arab leader ... At US Ambassador James Moose's reception, the two ducked out into the garden with a few aides, conferred animatedly for two hours and came away with satisfied grins. Good guess: The US would undertake to arm and help train Syria's tough little army. Dulles might have been 1949 New York Senatorial race (which he lost) and generally against Ike in 1992. Said Dulles: "The US wants to recapture the Arab world's friendship." Said the Premier: "You must show us^acts. not words." Anxious for the State Department to take action on .the dirty linen emerging from the Near 'Cast, Lehman sent the washing machine company'm-ViUer U> the De* partment Assistant Secretary of State Thurston B. Morton replied that the Department was re-examining the facts of the anti-American boycott and was "looking to an appropriate occasion to reassert the United States feeling on the matter." Apparently. Dulles" conversation about Jews voting against him was not considered an appropriate occasion. Washington observers know that if the boycott is intensified to the further detriment of American business, more facts will come out in the wash. Our UN Newsletter By ARTHUR LIWIS (Copyright, 1953, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inv.) UNITED NATIONS — A recent hearing of a Senate Foreign Relations' Subcommittee, during which bitter attacks were made against Israel, is taken as a sign here oi Washington's growing interest in the Palestine question and particularly that part of it relating to the Arab refugees. When he was on his tour of the Middle East. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles visited a refugee camp and is reported to have commented afterwards that it was one of the most terrible things he had ever seen. The witnesses before the subcommittee were heavily stacked against Israel: they included the well known Arab propagandist, • m I George M. Barakat. and a couple pressed by General Shishekly. but j of Westerners who take the Arab the attempts of Syria and other, cause as tneir own what (hey said Arab states to intimidate IS buswas no( much different than what iness firms did not impress the victimized firms. One organization. the Easy Washing Machine Company. Syracuse.-New York, outlined its indignation in a letter to Senator Herbert H Lehman. The firm's export manager. S. H. Lewis, wrote that "the Syrian Government would not permit the importation of washers because we were also selling to Israel." Lewis warned that "if this situsi the Arab delegates have said so often at the United Nations, but diplomatic observers here are afraid that they may have .impressed the Senators who don't know the background of the Palestine situation. Barakat even went beyond the Arab representatives here in demanding not only the "internationalization" of Jerusalem but also an "internationalized corridor" tion is not effectively and quickly connecting Jerusalem with the corrected, such practices might reMediterranean None of the Arabs suit in an ever-widening scope." The executive indicated doubt u to whether the State Department was here, as far as can be remembered, has proposed such a monstrous device, at least recently and only an irresponsible individual such as this Arab propagandist would suggest it after all the unhappy experience there has been with "internationalized corridors." There is not much point in going into all that, Barakat said — he trotted out all the stale Arab derealiy taking effective action. "We do not know what action our government has undertaken to effect steps to protect the interests of American free enterprise and trade The present status of our brand of goods in these Arab countries does not indicate that such steps have been effective because we are advised that we cannot sell washers in Lebanon or Syria simply because we sell washers in Isi U the refugees — but it should j manitarian venture, and -aH dee| the news. He asserted that Israel should release Arab funds and apparently doesn't know that Israel has already agreed to do this without any reciprocal undertaking on the part of the Arabs. What is surprising about this testimony before the Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee is way that Monsignor McMahon, representing the Roman Catholic Near Eastern Welfare Society, should second Barakat in almost everything, including his demand for the "internationalization of Jerusalem." This prelate, who was careful to say that he was not "anti-Semitic" but a humanitarian, apparently had not taken the trouble to find out that the Arabs themselves are opposed to the internationalization o f Jerusalem, that Jordan would be furious if this proposal got beyond a mere epithet to be hurled at the Jews. Stephen Penrose. the president of the American University of Beirut, could hardly be expected to be an objective witness and also took the Arab stand. Some of the State Department officials appeared before the subcommittee, including Walter Bedell Smith, who urged that the United States should continue its support for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency in its effort to resettle the Arab refugees in the Arab countries to which they have fled. He recommended that the agency's actual relief work be given a longer term of life, till June 30, 1956. According to the latest report. UNRWA has been able to resettle some 12.000 refugees in the past year, whereas the annual birthrate among the refugees amounts to "Graduation" from, Nursery School was a happy an d im ant occasion at the Greater Miamj Jewish Community CM which presented 25 diplomas to boys and giils, whowJ prepared to enter first grade in the Fall. Shown above J head teacher Mrs. Jules M. Friedman and Edwaid Baa ceiving his diploma. It is with a feeling of deep humility that I express my sincere and grateful appreciation to my friends and supporters for their efforts in my behalf. HAROLD SHAPIRO Mayor of Miami Beach (P


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TU NE 5, 1953 ML IEET Z&Sj&fkrkMar} PAGE 11 A llnutd from Page 1 A All parties were quick to Pat foreign press reports the conflict as one over lg of the Communist flag %  gross error. In-Gurion made this point ftement to Parliament in |e stressed the widspread the' need for national \d pledged himself to efjtore and, if possible, to B Government coalition, id Coalition Vital Her it my duty to make, next few days, an earnto maintain a broad 'which is vital to the IT. Ben-Gurion told Parf"It is perfectly clear to hen is no real ground for : crisis. We are faced with orary misunderstanding be settled by a display till and mutual trust. problem of the flag," Mr. on continued, "has been se interpretation abroad. | newspapers abroad prehe case as if there were between the members abinet. or the coalition partly Communist flag. Exa mail group of five. ARE EXPECTED BEN-GURION despite the severe economic difficulties a gradual recovery could be accomplished. The General Zionists saw in the proposed unified educational program a method of putting an end ILU A 0 l f yStem of P art y-controlled and politically-inspired education, one of the fundamentals for uniting the population in a deeper understanding of common statehood, he asserted. For the achievement of this and other important aims, his party was willing to sacrifice and wait. Dr. Bernstein stated. He pointed out that implementation of this program seemed assured, particularly since the Premier had vigorously supThe Maps, Contr.l Committee's %  "eft to nght) ore Harry Friedman. Herman Shapiro. Efrom Mescheloff. Henry Mendelsohn SS-meln .SBft-VS. ISSS^ aSSiM -" he *>"* ^P- Ioph lane, Ed,„'Gin.bL^Ust former party school system, pro% %  I %  —, Hebrew Academy row toft^fr.n 1 .? m6 p.n be u S V hG i 953 Graduatin 9 Class of the Hebrew Academy, r, row uett to right) are Phvlhs Katz. Rnhhi AI B vnnH fl r. m e. —--i—i __J J_v bably in a more damaging form than before. Therefore, the General Zionists were leaving the Cabinet although they did so with full awareness of the grave consequences of their action. But, he emphasized, the General Zionist Ministers were convinced that to have f^.^.*!^'* 0 141 have done'tata with words and musfcby Ira" | reconvene before a new Bundestag Graduation Is Set For Wednesday TSh'JS^ a drama,ic can-1 adjourn on July 3rd. and may no't only five Communists the state and the people "of" IsVaT. and JudiS < a 3fi*Jf be K£3 TZ* X ^T* 120 members of the Is-1 a most unforgivable disservice." Presented by the 60-voice Hebrew I here ar "hat" fJ'LSSZ hZi^SJ 21 College Students Named Counselors At GMJCC Camps Continued from Page 1 A the upper house for final endorsement and enactment into law. Since Parliament will probably b •i : rliamenti there is not a arty bearing the Commu(w that not only within the parties, but also in wider htn ia conviction of the national unity today, and whatever depends on me [the next few days for the Ition of the government and. if possible, to widen is no discussion within Hnet regarding the importhe Education Bill as it ased with general consent, Ire are minor misunderJS on a few details, and I at within the next few too will be settled." r. Bernstein's Stand retz Bernstein, General eader, told a press confer | • TTvA/*llt lira f \ ,n, ... t ...:tl J_I; remains there there is a constant building up of hatred against the Jews." He urged action to settle the Palestine Arab refugee problem "either within or without Israel" and declared that "there seems to be no peaceful solution in the Near East until this refugee problem is settled." Report Expected In Washington, the House Foreign Affairs Committee expected to report out for floor action in the near future a bill introduced by Representative Frances P. Bolton providing for an investigation by the Mutual Security Agency of the Arab refugee situation. Mrs. Bolton, chairman of the Near Eastern Subcommittee of the Foreign Affairs Committee, introduced the bill which would charge the MSA director with conducting an intensive study of the Arab refugee problem and reporting back within 90 days with recommendations. Asking quick Congressional action on the measure, Mrs. Bolton said that President Eisenhower "has made it clear that the United Aeademv rhnn, ebrew her ^r that the government's Chorus and members of | action may have come too late for completion of the complicated legislative process in the current Parliamentary session. A government spokesman refused to guess whether the legislation would be passed before July 3rd. Both the West German Government and Chancellor Adenauer Executive Committee, will deliver greetings. Maurice Klein, chairman of the Americanism Committee, Miami Beach Elks Lodge No. 1601, will make the presentation of annual awards to prize winners in the essay contest on What Democracy Means To Me. Among special Awards of Merit scheduled for presentation will be the General Scholarship Medal, by the Hebrew Academy Directorate; Hebrew Studies Award, by the Fathers' Club; Character and Human Relations Award, by the Hebrew Academy Room Mothers (PTA); and Essay and Journalism Award, sponsored by The Jewish Florid ian. According to an announcement by Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, .principal, Phyllis Katz, daughter of Reverend and Mrs. Jacob Katz, Miami Beach, has been selected by the faculty of both the Hebrew and English Departments as valedictorian. Guest speaker will be Irvin W. Katz, principal of Miami Beach Senior High School, who will deliver the charge to graduates. Diplomas for the Hebrew and English Departments will be prehave repeatedly undertaken to expedite the passage of an indemnification law. Its introduction in this present state a little more Twenty-one local college students and college graduates have been assigned as counselors to guide the group activities of the Day Camps operated by the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, it was announced this week. At the Center's Town Branch, Rita Fogel, Sanford Vernick, Myles Eaton, Bernard Kulchin, Evelyn Nieberg and Dorothy Reich, all of the University of Miami, and Sue Wallach, formerly of Washington University, will be in charge of counseling activities. Senior counselors for the Beach than a month before Parliament's ? ra n F. h include Beatrice Schwartz. adjournment may be too late to do justice to the claims of tens of thousands of Nazi victims who for more than eight years have been waiting for some compensation for damages suffered at the hands of the Nazis. k Solomon Goldman, leader of Anshe Emnagegue and president I &onist Organization of f; a from 1938 to 1940, J 59 in Chicago followlong iiiae^ The Rus nr leader came to at the age of 9. He 1 hi preparatory edu^ W the RabBi Isaac QJ !" Se mmary and New 1 Univ f rsi if Md his ordi%  t he fewlsVTheologeminary of America in Rabbi Goldman was a p author and edited lQ us works. Bearh Mizrarhi To induct Hoard Mrs. Esther Eisenstein. president of the Miami Beach Chapter of Mizrachi Women, will induct the organization's new Board of Directors on Sunday, June 6th/ 8:30 p.m., at Beth Jacob Congregation. Mrs. Moses Mescheloff will Sffer the invocation and will be in charge of the program. Mrs. Abraham Danzig of St. Louis, national vice president of Mizrachi Women, will be guest speaker. Rabbi and Mrs. Danzig are house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Karger, Mrfc. Danzig's sister and brother-in-law. Miss Bernice Sir, Univrsity of Miami student, will present a program of piano selections. lish Department. States intends to pay more atten-! s ented ** Dr Irw,n H Makovsky tion to the Arab states during his' chairman of the Board of Educaadministration." She said that the i t ion and Henry Mendelsohn, adlatest reports given her subcom, m, n,s A ratlv f_ as _l 1 l E mittee held that "60 percent" of the Arab refugees might be subject to Communism and might join in any uprising which held the promise of a possibility of change. "Can one blame them?" she asked. iMbor Party Airs Stand On Crisis Continued from Page 1 A eminent is part of the wider problem of the reorganization of our educational system. AIL parties in the government reached agreement on the creation of a public education system with a standard curriculum. In conformity with the democratic traditions of our people we agreed that we would allow schools, in accordance with the wishes of parents, to add to that standard curriculum in an agreed manner and under public supervision. Sydelle Bass, Martha Jo Becker, of the University of Miami; Stanley Mintz and Charlotte Glyck, of the University of Florida; James Honigbaum, Harvard University; James Solomon and Allan Shaw, Emory University; and Melvyn Katzcn, of the University of Chicago. At the Flagler-Granada Center, counselors will be Edward Becker, University of Miami student; Ted Wolff, Emory University; and Marilyn Greenberg, University of Florida. At this camp, the staff will also include Beverly Yelen, a teacher in the Public School system, and Anita Feinstein, instructor at the University of Miami. Junior counselors for the pro>si gram will be Nancy Freed, Linda Mehler, Sharon Klinn, Stanley Bailey, Myra Gainsboro, Marcia-m: Jervis, Barbara Wolfson, Ira Burke. Counselors in training are:,, Michael Meyer, Janet Blumenthal, nA Peter Comanor, Barbara Hacker,, n and Robert Reich. Feibelman Speaks At University Of Alabama Graduation Miami attorney Herbert U. Feibelman left for Tuscaloosa last week to attend commencement exercises at the University of Alabama and to take part in alumni activities during graduation week. Feibelman has been invited to address alumni of the Law Class of 1913. The current reunion is the 40th. The Miami attorney diseussed: Dean Farrah — Viewpoint Of A Student. Feibelman's law class was the first to be graduated at the University of-Alabama under the late Dean Albert J. Farrah, who served as dean far 32 years prior to his death in 1944, one day short of his announced retirement. According to Feibelman, Dean Farrah also founded the first law school in Florida at Stetson and the University of Florida Law School in 1909. ic lO) •I nil •ar da %  o; A new instant silver cleaner which is strictly Kosher and Parve is now available in grocery, hardware stores and markets. The name of this new cleaner is Quik-Dip, and it is a product of Boye-Midway, Inc. Quik-Dip is one of the most modern products for cleaning silver. All the housewife does is dip tarnished silver into Quik-Dip, and in an instant the silver sparkles like new. Quik-Dip is guaranteed to be completely harmless to sterling or silverplate. The photo above shows Rabbi J. H. Ralbag inspecting the production of QuikDip in the plant at Cranford, New Jersey.



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PAGE 12 A feJMfft ncridiar MAURICE SCHWARTZ PLAYS ENGLISH, YIDDISH STAGE HOLLYWOOD — Among the many able American Jewish actors of the present century. Maurice wartz by common consent holds %  place. His profoundly moving I highly individualized perform :e basically true to life and human nature, the characters must seem real and alive, and the style must have distinction. Aloijg with these literary* qualities. Schwartz is convinced, the play must be In English. Schwartz has already established an enviable reputation as a motion picture actor He appears opposite Charles Laughton and Rita Hayworth in Salome, playing a distinguished role, and has preceded this performance with Slaves Of Babylon and a number of other important film roles. Already famed among the brilliant galaxy of motion picture stars, directors and producers, the force of his person ality and talent is being felt every where in Hollywood on the stage, on the screen and on television. He has won the acclaim of audiences and critics. His varied dramatic subject matter, polished theatrical style and widespread reputation inevitably place him as our first real Amer! ican Jewish stage star of distinction. He is a link between the great dramas of the Yiddish stage and the new English dramas which follow, for he has lived and acted in both mediums. Schwartz, therefore, is an interGoodwin IN 1W Mn Kail a Head Irving A. Goodwin was recently installed as president of Masada, Miami Beach Young Zionist District, during a banquet and dance %  I Pierre's Steak House. Goodwin, a graduate of the University of North Carolina, is connected with Bolger and Culbertson. Certified Public Accountants. Rabbi David Shapiro, spiritual leader of the Hollywood Jewish FRIDAY, Acaifeg** "iv<* SlJ mi: *i1 Mil Mavric* Samuel Or. Smh W. laraa ll.-idMssali rs The Chaim Weitzman and I. R. Goodman Groups of Hadassah held a joint donor dinner and banquet last week at the Lincoln Manor Miss Lillian Marx served as chairman. Quest speaker was Rabbi Morris Skop. who discussed the Middle East and its concern with world Jewry and world peace. Miss Frances Lebon, outgoing president of the I. R. Goodman Group, was presented with a gold disc pin from Board members by fcflsi Lillian Goodman, presidentelect. Greetings were also Riven by the president elect of the Chaim Weitzman Group, Mrs. H. Cypress, as well as remark* from Junior Past President Miss Rosalind Klein. Miss Joan Gilbert, accordionist, rendered the musical program. Andron'a Loon Lake Hotel, set in the scenK Adirondacks in Franklin County. New Tor*from aU over the United States, as well as m hotel, owned and operated by David & %  Levineon, Miami Beach hotelman, is opening on June 26th.



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JUNE 5, 1953 *Je*istrhrktla,n lUGIOUS DIRECTORY HEBREW SCHOOL AND JATION will hold Friday Cervices at 6:45 p.m. Satirnini: services are at 8:30 (i. Rabbi Simon April ofjand discussing: TreachIts In The. Days Of Moses Rosenbergs Today. A J Mi haa is scheduled for followed by Mincha and kudos Cantor Berele Kelerender the musical porbe liturgy. • • BEACH JEWISH CEN[hold Friday evening servl:3U p.m. Saturday mornfcesare at ft a.m. Dr. Jacob president of the' AssoFlorida Rabbis, will of;thc Kar Mitzvoth of RonMr. and Mrs. Max Ruthfjay, xin of Dr. and Mrs. J. Thorpe. Daily services chapel atSjun-. and at %  \*b IH-MIAMI SPRINGS COMMUNITY CENTER Friday evening services b.m.. with Reverend Leo Kiatmg. Graduates of the Junior High School will be iunng the service. W. W. assistant superintendent [County Schools, will be akcr Parent* of the grad-' be hosts at the Oneg following. Saturday morn|cps arc at 9 a.m., when Ili'ini will discuss the i Portion. I • lEL CONGREGATION will' Bay lAcning services at 1 Saturday morning serv\: 8:30 a.m., when the Bar [of Bertram Danzig will Guest preacher will be brah.. 1 -. Danzig, of Kansas will address the congrethe occasion of his son's van. A class in Talmud bled tn be led by Rabbi Ju Swirsky at 5 p.m. MinB p.m followed by Shalos Junior services are in the Hall at 10 a.m. • |TH ISRAEL CONGREGAhold Friday evening [at 630 p.m. Saturday (services are at 8:30 a.m. br.ili.i-. M. Cassel will of\d preach the sermon. Canham Scif will chant the The Bar Mitzvah of Brian If. son of Mr. and Mrs. Saul will take place during Ice. Daily services are at bid 6:30 p.m. • • • GABLES JEWISH CENIhold Friday evening serv115 p.m., with Rabbi MorMficiating and discussing: ird Of Confidence. Can| Robinson and the Center assist. Saturday monies are at 10:30 a.m. Robbf Mr. and Mrs. David M. 1519 SVV 14th Street, and bn of Mr. and Mrs. Max 4818 Alhambra Circle, ne Bar Mitzvah. A Kidinctification will follow. ISRAELITE CENTER will hold friday evening services at 645 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m.. when Rabbi Morton Malavsky will officiate and preach on ths subject: Investigators To Israel. Mincha is at 6 30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos Daily services are at 8 a.m., and 15 minutes before sundown. • • TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. The summer schedule of services begins tonight. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus, and Dr. Joseph Narot, Temple Israel spiritual leader, will alternate during the series in officiating. • YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Mincha will be at 6:30 p.m.. folowed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 8 a.m., and at 7 p.m. • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold regular services Friday evening at 6:30 p.m. Services will be held at 9 a.m.. Saturday, and will be followed by Kiddush. • • BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE holds daily services at 7:30 a.m., and at 6:45 p.m. Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Schuldiner, was Bar Mitzvah during the Thursday morning service. Friday evening services will be at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when Rabbi Max Shapiro will discuss the Weekly Portion. Mincha is at 6:15 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating and preaching the sermon. Saturday morning services are at 10:45 a.m.. when the Bar Mitzvah of Allen Brooks, son of Dr. and Mrs. Randolph Shevach, will take place. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. • • WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m., conducted by Rabbi Alfred Waxman, with Oscar Weinstein assisting. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., with Rabbi Waxman discussing: A Tour Of Israel. Junior services will be at 10 a.m., under the direction of Mrs. Morris Newmark. Mincha is at 6 p.m., and will be folrowed by a discussion on Ethics Of Our FathGreater Miami's Synagogue Directory A ?hn,to!! '?; %  •'-'••" u*c Ever. %  TBth n5 i J Ml1 s • Ml '""' ButI. Conner VMlVfc IMS SW 3rd Ave.! anfii: l; ';; l s 'X ar ;'ahu %  *•*?. OrBeth J.;K V\ W 1Tth Ave Miami. n?i J 5i eo b ~;Sf l ^ bl *'"*•* Meechelofl Beth sholom Rabbi Leon Kronlih KIV %  ? h U: ""'' ""•"I'" Rackov. ami g28** Euodd AC, MlDo w to "" Synaoooue-orthodox. id BiXu *i? Ave Miami. Jfiami Granada : Nw "t PJaot, "fKS! *" de m y "al.hl Alexander Hialeah.lVdami Spring. Reverend Ave H|aj' h n ** ryaUV *' 9: '' "" 4th Hollywood" -conservative. 2030 Polk Bt.. Hollywood. M"!"" Cen,er Rabbi Morton :.,;. %  .. y .' on *rvatlve, 31|is 8W -•ih rer., Miami. Kne*th israet—HatDbl Abraham Casjel, Orthodox; 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach, Miami BeachRabbi Irving I^hrman, ( ..nservallvo. 17m Wash. Ave., M.B. Miami Hebrew School -Rabbi Simon April, Orthodox, 1101 SW 12th Ave., Miami. Monticeilo Park-Kith Street and XE llth Avenue. North Miami Beach. North Dadt—Rabbi Harry Bt tinner. Conservative, Ufi3fl W. Dixie HisliWaj>, North Miami. North Shore-Ital.bl Mayer Abramowltz. Conservative. 620 75th St., Miami Bench. Temple larael—Dr. Joseph Narot, Reform, 137 NIC I'.th SI.. Miami. Tifereth Israel — 650U N. Miami Ave., Miami. West Miami—Rabbi Alfred Waxman, • •onsrrvatlve, 5720 SW 17th St., Miami. Young Israel — Orthdox, 4001 Chase Ave.. Miami Rearh. Zamora—Reverend Rudolf Brill, Conservative, 44 Zamora Ave., Coral Cables TAGE 13 A ADRIAN McCUNE Real Estate Consultant 203 First Fednr.l Bldg. PHONE S-7796 ITS SMART TO SEE THE IN MIAMI RE C 2-1598 — 3-9969 NORTH DADE JEWISH. CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Schifman will be host at the Oneg Shabbat following. Their son, John, will be Bar Mitzvah during the Saturday morning service at 9 a.m. • HOLLYWOOD JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m., devoted to the young men and women returning home from colleges and universities. Rabbi David Shapiro will officiate and discuss: A Credo For %  Our Modern Jewish Youth. Kiddush will be recited by Lois Rich. Cantor Joseph W. Malek will render the musical portions of the liturgy. The Oneg Shabbat will be sponsored by Dr. and Mrs. Clement Geronemus in honor of their new-born son. Saturday morning services are at 9:30 a.m., and will be conducted by Rabbi David Shapiro and Reverend Mordechai Hallman. Junior services are at 9:30 a.m. Daily services are at 9 a.m. ers. FERTILIZER 4.7-5 all purpose with manganese and magnesium 100 lb. Bog $2.65 FARM AND HOME SUPPLY CO. 226 Almeria Ave., Coral Gables Phone 4-1139 for Free Delivery tlMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 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PAGE 14 A "" +.le1s*rhrMkun Martian DdVfd Jacobs Td^ltftfiMd 1 At Seminary Commencement On Sunda; TWO Miami Beach residents. | 155.000 books and more than 9.00 David J. Jacobs, son of Mr. and manuscripts. Mrs. Norman I). Jacobs, 1134 71V, Principal speaker at the Jun Street, and Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Till exercises will be Hear Ac .spiritual leader of the Miami mini Lewis I Strauss, liaison ad Beach Jewish Center, will be viser to PreVdenl Dwighl D. Eiae prominent participants in the 5!>th howej on atomic energy matter annual commencement exercises of and president of the Seminar) Lil rary. Representatives of Ami'. and foreign libraries will partici pate in the academic procession. David J. Jacobs the Jewish Theological Seminary of America to be held on Sunday, June 7th. in the Seminar] Quadrangle, New York City, a< i t' Dr Louis Pinkelstein, Seminar] %  Uor, %  .'. ill be ordained as Rabbi teacher and preacher and receivi the degrei ol Master ol Hebrew Literature. A graduate Of Miami b School in 1:144. he attended the L'niversit] ol Florida and received tin Ai it \. n York L'niversitj in 1948. in addition to' hi studies at the Seminary, he held a pulpit as a student Rabbi :n Blpomfield. New Jersej. for two yearHe will be inducted into the IS Air Force after graduation for two yean Of chaplaincy service. Sidelight of the commencement exereJaea 1that the future Kabbi. engaged to be married to Miss Flora Levy, of Spring Valley. New York, will witness his fiance's bac calaureate presentation at the June 7th exercises. A member of the graduating class of the Teachers' | Institute of the Seminary', Miss Levy will receive the degree of Bachelor of Religious F.ducation in course. She also holds a degree from Hunter College, New York City. Rabbi I-ehrman. a member of the Rabbinic Cabinet of the Seminary, will deliver the closing prayer at, the exercises. In conjunction with commencement, the Seminary is also holding a Jubilee Convocation I marking the 50th anniversary of the incorporation of the Library of the Seminary. I nder the direction of bibliographer and historian Dr. | Alexander Marx, in a half-century | of uninterrupted service, the Library of the Seminary has grown to what authorities acknowledge to be the largest and finest collection of Judaica and Hebraica anywhere in the world today. From a collection numbering 5, 000 books and three manuscripts in 1903, the Library now owns over Cleanup Luncheon Sparks CJA Drive Top volunteer workers and ebafa men in the Trades. Winter Resi dents and Hotel Divisions met at cleanup luncheon yesterday, at tht Biscayne Terrace Hotel in behali of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Sparked by the final effort in the Trades Division, Chairman Sam J. Heiman announced that this closing, drive could bring the division to their assigned quota of $700,000 within the next few weeks. Campaign Chairman Howard Kane joined Heiman in commending the workers who were responsible tor raiMnc SI.198.378 to exit the total amount raided in rhe 1952 campaign. Kane also annonnced that the Women's Division had achieved 99 per eyiit of itquota, raising more than S14(i.0OO in tinyeareampaign He Stated that a city wide effort was being expended in all divisions of the Metropolitan drive to cover outstanding pledge cards, Mrs. Louis Qlasser, chairman of the Women's Division, who recently returned from a trip to Israel. will join other community leaders to attend the National Action ConI ference of the United Jewish Appeal on June 6th and 7th in Washington. DC The meeting will be addressed by Harold E. Stassen, Hcrberfc H. Lehman. Abba Eban. Edward M. M. Warburg and other national figures. 2Bw.n*i %  Newiy elected officers of the Women's Auxiliary of the 52 Association of Great* are (standing, left to right) Mrs. Milton Sampson, recording secretary; Miss Bettv vice president; Mrs. Morris Lane, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Fred Drucker fi retary; and Miss Louise Bushing, treasurer. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Tony GOBI president; Mrs. Jessie Marcus, outgoing president; Mrs. Frank G. Robinson, newM president; and Miss Emily Herman, vice president. Mrs. Glasser, Fruchtman To Attend Conference WASHINGTON — A delegation | (representing the Miami Jewish community will attend sessions here on June 6th and 7th of an extraordinary National Action Con-' ference of the United Jewish Appeal to assess the first results of .1:1 emergency two month drive-forl S25.000.000 in cash on behalf of' 1-rael and Jewish refugees in other I parts of the world. Amoni; local Jewish leaders who will attend the two-day conference at the Mayflower Hotel are Charles Fruchtman and Mrs. Louis Glasser. Mrs. Glasser will deliver Miami's j contribution to the emergency drive which was launched by the United Jewish Appeal May 1st to provide this summer for establishment of 36 new agricultural settlements in Israel and to hasten the movement to the new State of Jewish refugees from bj countries and Jews facial in tension ridden Mosleaf FAMOUS NUMHt <0* C S* \ fitf**" KOSHI, &*$*^rs MUCATfSSN *. •: SINAI KDSHtH SIA C0> 3U' M.liTIAO *T C Ci Distributed by | M |-|, ia. • ACE RUG CLEANERS 26 S.W. South River Drive Phones 9-1155 4 82-2007 RUGS CLEANED. DYED and DEMOTHED Carpet Laying and Repairing FURNITURE CLEANING rim £'n gra v i n g Company commercia social hotel %  calling card* monogram* invitations wedding announcemfnts \ 122 n.e. $ixth street miami 32, florida



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LY, JUNE 5. 1953 Gallery To Accept Lies for the first annual cerfexhibition will be received Lowe Gallery on Tuesday Wednesday. June 9th and 10th, n 10 a.m. and 5 p.m., acLg to Mrs. Juanita May, ExIcommittee chairman. Ceramic Entries Tuesday The exhibit will open to the public June 16th, and will remain on view until July 15th. Sponsored by the Ceramic League of Miami, the first open-to-all ceramics craftsmen exhibit will have eight entry classifications. *JewisJifh>rldlinr, %  W %  i Hebrew School Meeting The last meeting of the Board of Directors of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will be held on Tuesday evening, June 9th, at 8 p.m., according to an announcement this week by H. M. Drewich, president. PAGE 15 A Heaeh MAHIQV Will A regular meeting of Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will be held on Wednesday, June 10th, 8:15 p.m., in the Delano Hotel's Zodiac Room and will be dedicated to the future of Miami Beach, according to an announcement by Lodge President Gilbert J. Balkin. Newly elected councilmen of the Meet On June 10 City of Miami Beach have been invited to address the panel program. Hold-over councilmen, as well, have also been invited. Plans will be made for the Lodge's delegation to the Fifth District Grand Lodge annual convent tion in Charlotte, North Carolina, : for them .•••no summers rest Therell be no rest this summer—for almost half the Jews throughout the world. Of the world's eleven and a half million lews, 4,950,000 will have no time off from fear, oppression, danger and sacrifice. The 2,500,000 Jews of Eastern Europe hope that summer will be different from winter-when they were the target of bitter attack. But they'll have no rest because they live in the shadow of uncertainty. The 1,000,006 Jews in Moslem lands live in an atmosphere of tension and danger — and can have no rest when each day threatens turmoil and upheaval The 1,400,000 Jews of Israel will take no hoh'day this summer as they pour their energies into the continuing struggle for economic independence. 4flMPMfl Some 50,000 sick and needy Jews in western Europe will have no rest from j Hitler-inflicted ailments and continuing homelessncss. <*">>4*flMfellMfltf This summer; the United Jewkh Ap-, peal-will not rest efther-as it seeks the gltiat j cash sums that are needed to sustain hope/ to save lives and te strengthen Israel. For the millions who will have no rest, '—give as you've never given before. In their j behalf, UJA must raise vast cash funds im-1 mediately. You'll rest better if you've paid! your pledge to our community campaign.' Please pay it today.' Because Lives Depend on Us 1 |Jnited Jewish Appeal Mutt Rais. $144,524,250 in 195* 1 I.K.H -I ll.-l I—1 A-^l • lalM PM iibiitii.t>aMBHtt -.VaiHd Swfcofa New Atica IN GREATER MIAMI YOU CAN MAKE yauk CONTRIBUTION TO THE Combined Jewish Appeal 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach 39, Fla. Memnint nf you haven't yet made your pledge, .: s f&***v^^zH-f 0 ?tt-*o>fay-:. --.-.> % 



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i^^wiisltUEIliDipidiigun MIAMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1953 SEC. B Defense Department Welcomes Ex-Nazis Into Military Plans By MILTON FRIEDMAN for a mobile army of 12 divisions, aide to Goering, were honored and (left to right) are Alfred N. Garblik, Mrs. Sam Goodid Meyer A. Baskin, presidents respectively of the Coral i Jewish Center Men's Club, Sisterhood and CongregaL or ]cinq out details for their joint installation which will on Sun day. tb Supporters Attack llsrael At Senate Hearing BflNGTON (JTA)—Bitter attacks against Israel were made Et we< k by pro-Arab witnesses who testified before a subcom %  W% _i_^ Tl Ixl.nn 1 '.... %  • I • t ... nil 4 V\ t\ < ll. Iill'l ill including three Panzer divisions. Jews and others who suffered under the Nazis wonder whether Germany, if provided with this powerful military machine, will remain a docile and obedient member of the EDC. One theory advanced in Washington is that the ^runSkt'f^b^ltt't WASHINGTON — Ex-Nazis will be welcomed by the US Defense Department to equal participation in the revival 'of German military might within the framework of the European Defense Community. This was learned here as the American Air Force honored Luftwaffe entertained by the Air Force at Wiesbaden on April 21st, because "such action is in consonance with the foreign policies of the United States in that area in connection with the common defense against Communistic aggression." Senator Lehman had informed gard to their former Nazi affiliations, in preparation for the activation of a new German air force. Envisioned as the most powerful European air force, the Germans will be started off with more than 1.300 aircraft and a total personnel of 80,000. (France has an air force of less than 65.000 men). The United States has indicated no concern over the fact that thoroughly-indoctrinated Nazis are among the leadfelt that public opinion might not oppose German airmen as much as it would object to ground force units. However, Jews who survived the liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto told how the Luftwaffe played a deadly role. Rotterdam, in the Netherlands. has just dedicated a memorial j statute which has been given the name. Devastated City. It has also ters from American veterans who felt the honor rendered the Nazis by the US Air Force "mocked at the sacrifices made during World War II." The Senator asked the Air Force if steps could be taken to avoid such incidents in the future. The answer he received failed to concede that there was any real basis for objection. Major General E. L. Eaten, who lot the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on the subject of j ers of the new Luftwaffe. In charge become known as the"City Without replied, said it was a ^goodwill staff 1 A Heart. Indeed, a deadly ir.stru through the German member 0 £. "tes of low-level bombing on May Committee arranging 14 ] Mgnor Thomas i Welfare Society, called for lernaii.nalization of JeruJ anti-Semites; (lie declared the Christian Ion Palestine could not be e d from the Arab refugee hriest approves testimony fcarlier by George M. BaraArab propagandist, and it he thought the Adminispru Israel policy of the fe years should be changed. r that he spoke as a repreve of the Church, Monsignor declared: "We a/e not we arc anti-nothing when we are pro-human." Testifying on behalf of the "National Association of Federations of Syrian and Lebanese American Clubs, of which he is president, Barakat demanded that "the United States should insist that Israel restore the territory seized by it beyond the boundaries assigned to the EDC which the Germans SHAPE in Paris. General Hans E*~ —— •SWJMBSaSC Speidel, former gic targets but a measure of terror>< Rnmmels Afrika ism and intimidation. A fire razed Kom ha ubmftld b.ue^r nts 645 acres, destroying 25.000 houses wh ch have l^erLfficially ap-i thousands of stores, scores of Atlantic Treaty schools and churches. The Department of the Air Force proved by North ns." Mr. Bar : jOrBto0ll"^Wj^Jj,?£?Ji5£ has"made'known in a le ator Herbert H. Lei would operate to" pVovirfe 0 support Luftwaffe_officers. it by me unnea nauoas. mi. IM'-I-U" fioht akat said the US Government could provide <£****?2 !" l ^Z aTor Herbert H. Lehman that Nazi bring "enough pressure" through | er and fighter-bom! _.„. ,_ hl-l an including an gesture" that the surviving members of, the Richtofen Squadron were entertained. The General said, "it is coincidental that several members of the original Richtofen Squadron also served in World War II as high-ranking officers." At Wiesbaden the Germans, including ardent followers of Hitler, were luncheon guests of the Deputy Commander of the US Air Force in Europe. They were also honored by a special aerial demonstration of F-84 nd F-86 jet aircraft and were shown the latest equipment at the US air base in Landstuhl. Continued on Pago 2B 6E^ 0# Wfrt 60Q0ISJ. A FRANKFURTERS CORNED BEEF SALAMI B0L06NA PASTRAMI You just haven't tatted a roally good frankfurter until you taate theae. Choke Western corn-fed beef, wt*'y •••• % %  • %  tantalizing goodness. And the Salami ( truly truly wonderful. Nothing matches the mWM. nul Kosher trade markl LOOK FOR THIS SIGN ful. Nothing matche. the exqu.* &f .. d ,„„, alted bouquet and flavor of salami that carries demand ISRAEL KOSHER... Get What You Demand! %  Israel National Kosher Sausage Co.. Inc MIAMI H>" 3 721 34225 230 N.W. 5lh STREET MIAMI Florida Rabbis Close Convention The Association of Florida State Rabbis formally concluded its 15th 1 annual convention on Miami Beach I last week. In all, nine cities 1 were represented during the sessions which were held at the Mi1 ami Beach Jewish Center. Elected to office were Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, president; Rabbis Irving Lehrman, Morris Skop and A. Gelberman, vice presidents; Henry Chapman, secretary; and Henry Okalica, treasurer. Participating were Rabbis Theodore Brod, Tampa; Henry Okalica, Daytona Beach; A. Gelberman, Lakeland; Samuel Lerer. Hollywood; David Susskind, Orlando; David Shapiro, Hollywood; Marius Ranson, Fort Lauderdale; and Hen%  ry Chapman, St. Petersburg. The Greater Miami Rabbinical Association played host to the convention which opened on Sunday. A Standing Committee was also designated to formulate a charter and constitution for the association. Chairman will be Rabbi Susskind, with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff assisting. According to Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, chairman of the con' vention, resolutions are now be| ing formulated which will shortly i be published and circulated throughout the State. These pertain to the call for adequate facilities to meet the religious needs of Florida's expanding Jewish population, a positive statement on Israel, a resolution seeking" safeguards for American democratic ideals and a reaffirmation of the need to return to spiritual values here. The convention also saw the election of Mrs. Sam Lerer to presidency of the Florida State Association of Rabbis' Wives. Dr. Jacob Kaplan Gables Center Joint Installation The Coral Gables Jewish Center will climax its 1952-53 year of activities with an installation and dinner-dance at the Dinner Key Terrace Restaurant on Sunday, June 7th, 7 p.m. There will be installation ceremonies for the incoming officers of the Center, the" Men's Club and the Sisterhood. Herman Fisher will be master of ceremonies, assisted by Mrs. Sam Silver who will install the Center officers, Mrs. Sam Schulefand who will install the Men's Club offi'cers, and Herbert Gelernter who will be installing officer for the Sisterhood. Working out the program are Mrs. Buddy Halpert and Edgar Miller, co-chairmen. The parade of incoming officers will be led by Meyer A. Baskin. president of the Center, Alfred N. Garblik, president of the Men's Club, and Mrs. 1 Sam Goodman, president of the SisI terhood. % 



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PAGE 2 B + ten is* rkrktirnr BW**' FRIDAY Arab Supporters Attack Israel At Senate Hi United States Senator George A. Smothers congratulates Gilbert J. Ballon on his installation as president of Miami Beach Lodge. B'nai B'ri-h. at the Lodge's annual installation banquet last week in the Saxony Hotel. Also shown are (left to right) Paul Seiderman. banquet chairman; George J. Talianoff. retiring president. Miami Beach Lodge; and Edward I. Cutler, of Tampa, president of the Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges. Senator Smothers delivered the principal address at the banque:. Cutler was installing officer. Continued from Pago 1 B the United Nations to "compel compliance." The Arab spokesman maintained that a solution of the Arab refugee problem involved the "re-adjustment" of Israel's borders and the internationalization of Jerusalem. He also asked the senators for an "internationalized corridor" from the Mediterranean to Jerusalem. Israel should be made to permit return of the Arab refugees, Barakat said, and should be forced to "compensate them for property losses'* and to release Arab funds he said were frozen in Israel banks. Another attack on Israel was made by Stephen B. L. Penrosc, president of the American University of Beirut. Penrosc asked Senators how Israel could say there was no room for the Arab refugees when a request was recently made for the release of 2,500,000 Jews from behind the Iron Curtain. He asked that ari effort be made to see if the Arabs can be re-established in Israel, warning that the present situation threatened world peace. A "border adjustment," he said. Nursery Scholars Graduate Here The youngest "scholars" in the Bavaria Bans Return of Jews; DP's In Foehrenwald Are Declared Illegal MUNICH (JTA> —The Bavarian : a new attitude toward the only j rector general of the JDC, told the Cabinet decided last week to ban Jewish DP camp in Germany This meeting that every Jew in the DP the return to Havana of Jewish p llc > '• ls feared, will result in [ camps "wants desperately" to emidisplaced persona who left Ger fric,1,,n be,ween 'h* 1 "nTp admmgrate. However, he emphasized, i — %  — —— Mration and the Jewish 1>1's. some present laws offer little hope of I community received diplomas many for Israel liter the war In u f whom have returned from Ismigration and besides most fami" announcing this decision. Professor rael. but only in tho expectation of lies have at least one member disTheodor Oberlaender. Bavarian Dom S able to collect compensation State Secretjrj for Refugees, said', pa>men, \ d e ,hem or ,0 •* able •h.i -JOC i„ i. r.nL. to Proceed from Germany to Canthat 386 Jewish DPs had tome to a ,, a „ tht lnlt ,, (l S(atcs ; Germany •illegally in recent Jews In DP Camps years and that the majority of, There are some 4.000 survivors a. them are at present in the only %  o f Nazism still living in DP camps calling for the resettlement of Jewish DP carap in West Germany,; in Germany. Austria and Italy, it DPs in countries where they can located at roehrenwald. near Mun-, was reported here this week at a receive medical care and other spe1C \L I conference of Joint Distribution cial accommodations. This session I he Bavarian State Secretary. Committee welfare officials who was devoted to assistance measures who was at one time a high rankare seeking to solve the DP probing Nazi in German-occupied lem. Two thousand of them are in I kraine and Crimea, claimed that Foehrenwald Camp. 600 Jewish DPs are now en route Charles L Jordan, assistant di from Israel to Germany and that many more are in Italy and Austria waiting for an opportunity to enter Germany. When the Foehrenwald camp was placed under German administration in 1951. by the L'S authorities, it was considered a test case of the goodwill of the Bavarian aui — —— —< B > ...c.t thorities Knowing that they were \ Agency representative here has reonce before and then returned to being watched they appointed a j ceived a letter from a group of 65 India a few months ago SSTSAC Nagano'r an *7 Wh ^^ H "* immigrant "" th-t ^ L "SBS, ""SS" *"*"• who surrendered himself with a krael, denying statements dian Jews who have returned to! J osepn Neustein, Michael Barry staff sympathetic to Jews The Jew-! made in Parliament that they left India from Israel now wish to | 'v T %  ishDP's in the camp were more or! the Jewish State because of a come to Israel again. He added that j a!d DosnicrT S^iuSTaSi Ilnous l c h o e mp a u, P nt a s nd ""^ ees ^m 'fsraeTdcST^hemenUy ed ^ I dta P ^ m ^ a ainst St ^ if^X Temple fSS The policy of creating order in to contradict his ParUamenan) ,h UnJUSt Ch rgeS by a ^^ \HS JEtS? T££T' Foehrenwald" which has been an-! statement Neither at woriTnorso' 'Government spokesman that *JB*l*? 3*S SWigl nounced by Secretary Oberlaender. cia.ly was there an.; tTa'ce £. < Indian Jews haV.eft I^^aZ^^rSSiuS^ 2S is taken as an indication that the i crimination on Ar !" „nt f !" w — L< ~J~ -• "^"useoarry Lewne, Jonathan btein and Friday morning at a unique graduation ceremony conducted by qualified for health reasons. Thus. i,. — ... "hard core cases account for most I h cards with friends, i* 1 are the things about %  which I look forward to a gTet deal of anticijuW As I enjoy all th outdoor activities, I cnt but remember that before^ ern insecticides tt **% Bug Killer were T *"* N tJ ing and crawling W* %  took the joy out. 0 ', time. A bottle of ms s much a Pirt'f.^ basket today as^the fo* I even carry a ****% Bomb in the gUrwJ" ment of my car to UB' feinthKj^ prbsire can. snj J* | fng places. Keep M ^ Bomb handy on our r porch makes our 1 lt U much -"VL-Jl boat when free ^ y, from^peaky bu*^



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JUNE 5. 1953 •*J#rr1strkrkfon ladotte's ler Attributed ro-Nazis YORK (JTA) — Count emadotte, the UN's Palesmediator, whose death is listed as a mystery by |ted Nations, Sweden and [as "fingered" for assassinaa secret French pro-Nazi It ion. it was asserted here [ ; by a journalist who says (ucted a three-year worldvestigation. ding to an article by Ladisbgo. a writer formerly asfwith US Naval Intelligence %  in Free Europe, in the curLue of Real Magazine, |Bernadotte's murder was I by the French pro-Nazi [calicd the DEK in order that organization's mortal French Air Force Ol. Andre enior UN Observer in Jerunho was machine-gunned to he sat next to Count BerISerot. says Farago in his Jwa at one time the chief 1 JSecurity and Counter-EspiKection of the French Air 1 ]n this capacity he had aclUd secret files on French j and government personnel Jruny over the Germans durJ occupation of France. This fcif Fascists listed by Serot destroy his secret recind murder him. Their came in Jerusalem where (operated with a Communist the Fatherland Front, 1 was "gunning" for Count Hotte The author identified flm.l killers as two Yemenite Who belonged to the Commu|rgam?ation. PAGE 3 B DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 37 N. E. Sth Street Phone 9-8401 AL MEIDENBERQ, Owner iA't GRADUATES ASSEMBLE The 1952-53 Confirmation Class of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Top row (left to right) are Gloria Mattson, Helen Shuman, Eleanor Rubin, Florence Angerman and Judith Lorber. Center row (left to right) are Carolyn Kosch, Joanne Weiss, Nancy Dezen, Merle Evans, Celia Postol and Phyllis Muravchick. Bottom row (left to right) are Babette Morris, Linda Wachtel, Francinelee Hand, Joan Siegel, Judith Bernard and Nanci Stein. Moonlight Cruise Sunday A moonlight cruise on the Yacht Seven Seas will leave Pier 8, City Yacht Basin, on Sunday, June 7th, at 5 p.m. Sponsors of the affair are the Pioneer Women, Golda Myerson Club, according to an announcement by Mrs. Anna Seltzer, president. Mrs. Pearl Krieger chairman, said that proceeds are for the Child Rescue Fund. STAR of DAVID MEMORIAL PARK A JEWISH GARDEN OF ETEftN A I PEACE Bernard E. Supworth, Pres. 58th ST. A PALMETTO ROAD, SOUTH MIAMI PH. 67-3669 Reasonable Prices Terms May Be Arranged if Desired WOiikVi About Your FOOD A Complete Catering Service Beautiful Hors D'oeuvres Made to Order Rental of CHINA SILVERWARE LINENS Entertainment and all other details arranged for TOUT formal and informal affairs PHONE 3-5463 NIGHTS, SUNDAYS & HOLIDAYS 83-1086 ^^ JACK & JILL CATERERS 24 N.W. 7th St. Off Miami Ave. Abbott Is Isident Of Beth llom Men's Club A Abbott, of 4294 Nautilus Miami Beach, was elected Bent of the Men's Club of Be Beth Sholom at an annual of the organization. Abnicceeds Dr. Alexander Rob| attorney who has long been civic life of the commu| \ *t is. past president of fm Lodge, B'nai B'rith, past iident of B'nai B'rith, past Ment of the Miami Beach Bar nation, past president of the League of Miami Beach and I president of the President's Icil <>f Miami Beach. served as a captain in the \ir roree during World War pruwas overseas for 27 months. married and has three childIher oificers elected were vice ndents. Alexander Rubin, Davfd lick and Harry Zukernick; secpy. Frank Kamen; and treasDr Alexander Robbins. funah Chapter Ball he Loyalty Club of the Emunah pter. Order of the Eastern Star, a spring charity ball in Room of the Alcazar pi on Saturday evening, accordto Mrs. Cora W. Friedman, (rman. Entertainment includ|dancing by Shirley Saunders Loretta Freeman and vocals pstelle Lash and Diane Lapin. [MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverised Grade A. Soil Phone 4-8335 EDWARD ALPER 1813 S. W. 21a1 T—* STATE OF ISRAEL BONDS ******** p-ospectus rw ^**E2£F Tj£tES. B "'"*" "* 1622 COLLINS AVE.. MIAMI BEACH TEL. 59*** —— ~



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PAGE 4B •j 9-JmisitnarkMan FRIDAY In Israel; Says Jews Are "Confident" Pianist William Kapell Has Concert Tour Brandeis Festival Opens June 10th WALTHAMM — Thousands of visitors from all parts of the nation are expected to throng BranWorld famous pianist William Kapell is now in Israel on a concert deis University's 190-acre campus tour. Miami residents will remember Mr Kapell for his dazzling per-| h ere ncxt WednesdaVi June 10t h, formance of the Prokofieff Piano Concerto No. 3. with the Iniversity | __ .,._ __.__ _, IZJ _. of Miami Symphony Orchestra, in April. 1952. Jewish Floridien News Feature for the opening of the second anAfter playing with the New York Philharmonic Symphony Orchesi nual Festival of the Creative Arts tra last month. Mr. Kapell departed for an around-the-world concert tour which will keep him abroad for ;it least two years. He is accompanied by his red-headed wife, whom he met as a student, and their two children. David and Re becca. Mr. Kapell had three concertlast week in Israel. His first mi with the Israeli Philharmonic under Eric Leinsdorf who held the conductor podium for a Ions time in Cle\ eland. Ohio. Subsequently. Mr Kapell played in Tel Aviv in a concert under the baton of Boris t'illon and in Jerusalem during which he gave a piano recital. Miami Beach > Dr. Abraham V" (son, founder of the Spinoza Outdoor Forum, is Mr Kapells doting uncle. In a letter here, the I wrote: "The concerts have .1 ^reat triumph The people went crazy at the first recital. 1 performed Copland. Schubert. Chopin and Liszt, in addition to seven William Kaptll encores If I hadn't been exhausted. I could have played 12 encores. The musicians went wild." Commenting on Israel, Mr Kapell said: it is a poor country. ar e planning"to"artend'the"fifth an" which will continue through June Ulh. Chapter, National Women's CornPresented by Brandeis University and the Friends of the School of Creative Arts, the Festival is again this year directed by Leonard Bernstein, noted conductorcomposer and Brandeis faculty member. The program, which has for its theme. The Comic Spirit, is studded with premieres and innovations. It will express all phases of the arts—opera, dance, theatre, symposiums, painting, poetry, film and the American comic strip. Announcement has also been made of three major art exhibitions which will open the Festival. This undertaking has been arranged by Mitchell Siporin, Brandeis artist-inresidence. and will offer a survey of the Comic Spirit from Tiepolo through Toulouse-Lautrec and Daumier to Calder and Shahn. Members of the Greater Miami Chapter. National Women's committee of Brandeis L T niversity, who Sitttt>rh through June 17th. will be "< "' I"•* ^e was ( ne _* of a child practicing J. ^^J-g^JjMjj elected to presidency of the orP' an Uaually, too fast, like chilThev are Mrs Ben zion Ginsburg I at an annual meeting) ron president, Mrs. Morris Goldin, Mrs. la-; w ,. Of the Israelis, themselves, the Harold Turk and Mrs. Betty OberOthcn named to official posts j P' anNt notcd ,hat ,ne >' ar e T s are the Mesdames M. BaskiB, 1st i confident. They have little money vice president; H Braun. 2nd vicel a nmpfA aW h tfmJM Jdfe Sm\ M IAMI TITL€ & Obstruct Co. 15 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUirTT ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSl Tit!? huaroNce Policies ef Raasas City Title lasaroace Co. Capital, Smrflmt 4 leienres r-.ceee* $3,000,000 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE S-W dcrc S. W. 2nd Ave. at S, W. 1st St ... A Downtown Location, Closo to Everything! Nicely Appointed Rooms. Air-conditioned Rooms or* Optional. Banqyet Room* and Sampla Rooms COMO DINING ROOM 1 I % •I % %  I %  IHIIII COCKTAIL LOUNGE



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%  %  FRIDAY, JUNE 5. 1953 *JeMstjrorXfian PAGE 5 B League Warns Against Mllieit I *e Of X antes Mrs. Norman Babel, president of the League of Women Voters of Miami Beach, issued a warning Singer To Head Temple Israel William D. Singer, communal and civic leader, has been elected president of Temple Israel during I £ % % % %  PI f uiii Linda Gertner and Cantor Samuel Kelemer S : md\nn(\LhT" 1 'JX !" ^Y 81, Linda Chisl 'ng. l M ar., Ronnie Kronowitz. Barry GreenbergDorleneSlS £^W'^^S b ^ ai 'Shhl ^ land Sheldon Gerson. y Kaplan. Roberta Friedman. Ronnie Schwartz Moneer Women Council Installation | The Council of Pioneer Women Greater Miami held an installation luncheon yesterday at the Calllac Hotel. | Mrs. Miriam Sirkin was instalofficer, with Mrs. Bess Glaskr -peaking on her recent trip to Irael. according to Mrs. Jennie Jitlin. chairman of the Arrangement Committee. lAssisting Mrs. Seitlin were Mrs. tan Weiss, Mrs. Vera Zeltzer and Irs. Ida Powell. Installed were the Mesdames fee .latter, president; Lena PushIn. lsl vice president; Ceil Segal. pphia Krantz, Ida Powell and AnSeltzer, second vice presidents; hlian liaffel. recording secretary; \r.::.< Soren Bild, financial and corBponding secretary; and Marbne Stone, treasurer. this week following the Miami an annual election meeting early Beach election, against the unauj l ast week thorized use of the names of civil leaders and organizations for political purposes. Others named to office are Henry E. Wolff. Samuel c. Levenson and Max Holtsberg, vice presiROSED ALE TZetuuixdHt 'At no time have I authorized I dents; Michael M, Isenberg, secre the use of any name in endorsing | tary; Joseph R. Stein, financial seeany candidate for election to the! retary; and Leo Ackerman, treasCity Council," said Mrs. Babel. "In > urer. accordance with the national policy Board members include Harry of the League of Women Voters.' Boyell, Harry Frohman, Morris which is completely non-partisan Klass, M. M. Mason, Alvin M. Sandhrm's Dissolution Told lAttorney Leonard J. Kalish anlunced this week that the firm of pertkof and Kalish has been disUved He is now engaged, in the Inepl practice of law, with Ricein the duPont Building, jute 1001. Miami. ... :".: ,::' I'll" Cool, Summar Wonderland of Kahn's Hotel Ste. Agathe de. Monti, Quebec J* VACATION THRIU Whether IWre the OvtOMr r ln.*.r T.-e T... A" Athletic Facilities loat.ng, Bathing Private Beach I entertainment and Dancing Jhe unly strictly Kosher Hotrl in 1 M I-IIII.-NII„M, nnder supervision I [ %  %  tUDblniaa] Council uf MonI i moonen Carefully Neglected I rve .\„ w _v?rlte or Phone 7 I SPEND YOUK SUMMIK VACATION IN TNI BLUE -"'DCE MOUNTAINS OSCEOLA LAKE MNN ON LAKE OSCEOLA HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. JOE RUBIN Owner. 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PAG: t. O &\s 1/7 rxtoxxjmt, has been awarded the designation Cantors Establish Certificate Program; Kelemer Awarded Charter Designation NEW YORK — Establishment of ; o f "Charter Certificate Cantor" fol a Cantor Certification Program "to, lowing a careful review of his rccmaintain the dignity of the canor d. torate" and "to raise its standards t Such designations are awarded of service to the American syna-' on tne ^sis 0 f a minimum of 20 gogue" was announced here by the years of cantorial activity in adHebrew Union School of Sacred dition to scholarly work done in Music, training school for cantors, 'the field of liturgical music and in and four other leading organiza: t he publication o£ liturgical com-I tions functioning in the realm of positions temple music. Cantor Kelemer. 36 years old. U It was simultaneously announced ,. m ,his des.gfliat Cantor Samuel Kelemer. of • Temple Beth Sholom. Miami Beach, nat.on. Now in h.s 2.th >ear as a liturgical singer, he was a child | pn>digy wh<. appeared throughout, the world He is credited with hav-1 ing starred in the first Yiddish I talking picture Actively associated with Temple Beth Sholom for the past nine i >-ears, he has published a Songster, j a compendium of some 200 works; which he compiled in collabora-, tion with A P. Cannes, and a num ber of original songs, as well Cantor Kelemer organized the Cantors" Choral Group here, the j CantorAssociation of Greater Miami, of which he has been president since its inception, and the | Jewish Music Council. The action, which sets up a Board on Cantor Certification to accredit qualified men now serving congregations, constitutes the nd major step taken in five years to fill the need which arose when disintegration of Jewish retigioui and cultural institutions in Eastern and Central Europe cut I American congregations off from their major sources of trained can* J tors, according to the announce Intent Sponaortal the Cantor CertificaII tion Program are the School of Sacred Musk, the school's Alumni | Association the Jewish MinisterCan: r\ -..ciation of the IS and Canaaa, the Board of American Hazan Ministers and the Society for the Advancement of Jewish Litur Music Piano Recital Slates 17 Honor Students Students of pianist Peggy Neighibors. 177 Navarre, Coral Gables, will present a concerto program on Tuesday evening. June 9th, 8 p.m., 'at the Morgan Piano Company. Seven youthful performers will each play a concerto, with Miss Neighbors taking the orchestra part. The honor recital will present the students who have won superior ratings in the Junior National Federation Contest. Among them is Stanley Friedberg. who recently represented the State of Florida over the National Broadcasting Company in performances of works by Roy Harris. Charles Tomlinson Griffes and Aaron Copland. Others who will appear at the recital are Carol Ann Raymond, Michelle Greenberg. Kirby Smith, Martha Rearick. Michael Stokols and Lynn Lee Featured will be the new Concerto for Piano by Marian Bauer. ma Neighbors has also scheduled a recital of 25 students at the Miami Women's Club on Thursday, June 11th. She has been an instructor of piano here for the past four years, coming from Chatanooga. Tennessee. She holds the Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Music from the Cincinnati Conservatory' and studied with Mme. Olga Samaroff. at the Julliard School of Music in New York. Fraternity Dropped For Pledging "Non-Aryans" AMHERST—Phi Delta Theta Fraternity has dropped its Amherst College chapter for violating national membership restrictions which bar "non-Aryan" members. The Amherst chapter was notified of the decision of the fraternity's general council by telephone by province president Edward Knowles, of Glen Ridge, New Jer sey. I WANT MY MH.K Builders if Immtrtal Memorials for the Xrafi V rvaxa Jewish Trail Look for the 2-Story White Building Thurmond Monument Co. MARKERS $40.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sunday* Phone 4-3249 And Be S*rt in FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZES Vitamin "D" Mil "Mflk Producti" Daere Protects v TEL. 2-Ull Greater Miami Deliver; Visit Our Farm at %  nd of Bird Rd. 4 Snipp,, zm Uvt Ahvart iAkv Ruth and Trt n Iff FOB EVERY ULAJJ PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furnitnire Tops, Bereled Mirrors and RasilTarinfl Our Specialty L&d. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St. PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORUS IRVISG GORDON NO SALT! 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FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 195 3 =WF LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF (FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE IcOUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 159877 |>l\KV LOU CRAWFORD, I'lalmirr |jull\' HENRY CRAWFORD, I icfendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION n-<> JOHN HKNRY CRAWFORD I '.I. ri'liint. Address I'nknown V,U AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED hhai a • omplalnt fur divorce has Inn, |jil,s, MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN 630 Seybold Building. Miami. Borida, and file the original Answer I'll M'IIIIK ill the office uf the Clerk tin Circuit Court on or before the fh il %  .of July, 1953. If you fall to v. j idgment by default will be ..a against you for the relief tended in the Hill of Complaint. ntlee ahall be published once %  %  k for four consecutive weeks III!. JKW18H FLORIDIAN. |I'.M: AMi ORDERED at Miami. Ida, this 29th day of Mav, All NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NA^tlltf T,T '" rid., M I CLVIN |{( iSENBERn K-ASS M'^K;V ,,A,,XK s G • %  •...-22-29 — 6/5 NOT, C E-UND E R F^ CT T(OU8 LEONARD KAUSIl"'K,:VVI: "V Attorney for Aiiullcant 1001 DuPont lldg 6/5-12-19-26 *" NOTICE UNDER FICTITH^uT~ x NAME LAW •" %  <£'S22UL?W* ? tVBS > t business under the .PIM' '' ngaKe '" Co e u ^ n k .y? f F!o h r e ,da U,t • U <**" <" *** CHARTS J M n^>,,N^ ; 11 V-^ !" X Sj^gj tettg LEGAL NOTICE IN ,.Ji^ E C, CUIT COURT D C E -^ U ^.T V --. FLORIDA BDtTH .CHANCERY No. 159593 n M. HATTAII.l.i;, Plaintiff BROOKLYN C. BATTA1LLE TO' BROfSfl ^BLIC'^SN"" iO. I.Fii ii ,M,\ N ,BATTAuXa Summit Avenue •' eeusboro, LEGAL NOTICE M{5g 7 q NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN hundersigned, desiring to BE^TM tf RE! that engage in a, centoMed!" on "" a "' t wflfbeTa'ken Dated: May S. 1933. KP. EEATHEKMAN, Llerk of Circuit Curt NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that Shop pEHS Btol la \ i: H. LEATHERMAN, 'lerk, Circuit Court, I'ade County, Hoi-Ida. '"iirt Seal) By M. C. OHKEN. Deputy Clerk. IIKIMAN & KAPLAN iis for Plaintiff ybold Building-, Miami, Florida 19-M NOTICE BY PUBLICATION THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE LE VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF LORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE ?rm! Y J N CHAN CERY. No. 1M784. fbl'IIEN ARD1TO. Plaintiff. VS. KM ALA AHDITO. Defendant. : (AKMAU ARDITO, Via Porta < .iir.-se, Monte Calvari, #31. Naples, Italy ou are required to serve a copy Veur answer to the Hill of Commt for Divorce on the plaintiffs orney and to file the original ansin the office of the Clerk of the cult ( ouit on or before the 30th of June, AD. 1953; otherwise, the • %  r i "iiiiilaint for Divorce, here>'< %  fi led herein, will be taken lesvi it hy you. ted al Miami. Florida, this day of May, l53. B. H. LEATHERMAN, 1 lerk of the Circuit Court, Dado County, Florida. •urt Seal) H>: WM. W. STOCKING Deputy Clerk '"" and Address of '"tiffs Solicitor: [•TON A. FRIEDMAN yhold nidg.. Miami, Florida i 12-19 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY 6 WORIDA" RE: ESTATK'O?? 5728 NgVTc F k I 0 F^ : T ^ NTI o ^' T rMAK E „ ""^a^ "SAL file.PmP,! 1 "!"""" 0 Khv ,h: lVf F I t'.i U" 1 "' l ""' t : "" 1 Petition for 2ui wsafc"Es, "" ,or •" h< ceased; and that July, |(5S, FHAM "f Dade county. Florida, for of said final report ami for final ,i is ." ROSE DICKENSON, deceased This 29th day of Ma.. 1 : ARTHI-R RHODF.S" IMi-KKNSON as Executor of Batata of BrISK I Mi-K KXSi i.\. Deceased GEORGE CHERTKOF Attorney fur Executor i;/."i-12-l!i-ji; ror the DICKENSON, deon the 6th da] of MVVU,• %  ',"' ;'. l l ly '" ""' Honorable RANK |: l.iiwi.i.N-,; cdttnty Judge ipproval MrRI E L-TENMR da KWJS? .' "-'rJan of Miami NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CAISEWAY KI.IvCTRlCAI. SCPPI.Y at ,41 5th Street. Miami Reach, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. LARRY A JERRY FRIKDI.AND 6/15-22-29 — 6/5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .i. T'' : \3 HEREBY QD7EN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In RICKV S r i ml -''' '''•; f "" ti us %  "" '" ?nT .. TIES SF M 'AMI. at 35 N.K. 2nd Avenue, Miami. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk Florid-, '"" C Urt f Dade <"onty. MA.^ l M N ^^[ ,N,CK 8 0le0w Attorney for Applicant |/IiSIS^ l/S* Miaml borida NOTICE UNDER FICTmo'US NAME LAW NdTI.'i: IS HKRKHY (ilVKN that the undersigned, desiring to encage In ',i"i : n S M,V"' !,: ."'," (i '"'i""s name V..'.•.' %  .•, '"• C .?. RP V d b ;l SURREY HOTEL, at Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with 0v Clerk Of the L:rc.i:: Court of Dade Countv, rlorlila. KASS Fr,,,' i y' :M "CO"* Attorneys for Olliemll Corp. 5/22-29. — .; 5-12 ... ,„i,,, ,-vi-(ij(|.a i (-1), Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Floi da '•.: 1 ,'n,;: f ,., „ :;: 1 „:," cu,t c !" <* oiSe ANNA BRENNER MEYERS Kau'i'.if • Mls A "">ttc Kendall •'., 15-22-29 — 6/5 "O N A D A T R LSW DE couN N rwS "I AMERICA, a Florida corporation, Plaintiff UNITED STATES AIR < ONDITIONINCI CORPORATION a corporation, Defendant AMENDED NOTICE BY ,....„. PUBLICATION I MTED STATES AIR CONDITIONrNO CORPORATION 1 "mo Avenue S.K. at 33rd Minneapolis H. Minnesota I ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED that a complaint j„ r damages has been t yon by COODTRONIG TO: 701 complaint (• filed against yob KwV,' ORAT ON OK AMERICA, ,n,?i a', ""''""""''"" %  '""' vou re re, *;. "''' rve %  '"">• of > our answer „ ,l!l'Z,!, e "'"""'' vc "''•adings thereto Kvi'ti-V. .f.f V 10 !" '*' 8 WWII AND ., ,-f' 4 .'Congress Building, Miami. Florida, and file the original In the office of thy Clerk of the above i.?? n -„ or he 're the 22nd day of HT^l.i£S i •therwlaa a default will be entered against you. Dated this lxth day of Mav, 1953 K. H. WEATHERMAN,' Clerk of the Circuit Court By: WM. \V. STOCKINU. %  V22-296/5-12 D PU,y C e "' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NciTICi: is HKRKHY GIVEN that he undersigned, desiring to enfae In u-£v', \ '.' %  ','.' 1 ""' "ctitloua name of KEN LAST A: CO. (Not Inc ). at 4825 „'." "':"' Avenue, MUml .Florida, intends to register said name with the lerk of the Circuit Court „t Dade County, Florida. ,,,.,., KENNETH M. EAST MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for owner "/29 — •: S-12-19 as the Ircuit NOTICE TO CREDITORS ^COUNTY JUDOE8COURT Lori^rt? ,f OR DADE COUNTY, pr ,0 F :s!rW 0 }JJ TE N 0 8 WW B fyZABETH Ml'RAR. Deceased I AI le.ntors and All Tersons HavK MIS or Demands Against Said and each of you. are hereby %  W .'". J re< u ^ to nreaent any |m and demands which f "f you, may have Jla '.' f KMZAHETH U? '?. ,e of ^ade I'l' t Honorable County, „ offtcea I pail,. ( IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30230.B In Re: ESTATE OF LOTTIE BROWN. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you. may have against the estate of LOTTIE BROWN, deceased late of Miami, Dade County. Florida, to the Hon. W. F. BIANTON and FRANK B. DOWEINO. County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their office In the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal addreai of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or i-ainc will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date May 14. A.D. 1953. JOHN D. FARKAS AARON FARR STANLEY C. MYERS As Executors of the East Will and Testament of LOTTIE BROWN, Deceased. MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPIAN 650 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla. Attorneys for Executors 5/22-29 — 6/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in ."!* %  '!'.',",. ""' I, : ""' fictitious name of AVIRL1M JEWELERS, at 1631 Jeffer%  on Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida intends to register said name with the 1 lerk of the fin-nil Court of Dade County, Florida ROBERT GOLDBERG, sole owner GEORGE .1 TALIANOFI Attorney for Applicant 6/.-,-i2-l:i-ji; you, or against the MIRAR. dcCounty,. Florida. County Judges of and file the same In In the County Courthouse %  unty, Florida. Within eight lonths from the date of the aen ,,' r a V on ""•">'• Sa'd claims -m.inds to contain theregal ad.niiiaiu and to be sworn Mdar "f the ho''f,m.I,' d d ** ,kfore8ll,d -~r~same rate May 25. A.D. 1J63. IhADOR FINE MRS. ELSIE M. KINNEY As Executors of the Lost Will I 1 -lament of ELIZABETH MURAR, f-TO.V A FRIEDMAN Usiea ed "*JJ for Estate of eth Murar -12-19 I I SI,., t CE UNDER FICTITIOUS ,....,. NAME LAW IS HKRKHY GIVEN that "jned, desiring to engagw In under the fictitious name of ^1. I'lli in 1 BERVICE, at 716 •Miami Beach. Florida, I it'later said name with the ty. Klorldai < '" Urt f Dud JlJ.Mt'EL L I.KINER <. .UIHCDE LKINER 1 ,'i ,. : ..' K s 'HCCKNIIKIM Hi"lt OHGGENHEIM {JWBN <;. FOSTER J-'^NOR FO8TER TANNEN ^ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 159430 MIZl'AH Y30LA JOHNSTON JACK. Plaintiff, vs. ROBERT M. JACK. Defendant. ORDER FOR PUBLICATION TO: ROBERT M. JACK In care of H. E. Jack 181H King Street W. Dundas. Ontario, Canada YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you ani you are required to serve a copy of your answer n: ,, hailing to the Bill of Complaint on plaintiff's attorney. DAVID A. FRANK, 403 Olympia 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 ifo so, judgment by default will be taken against vou. DATED at Miami, Florida, May 13th. 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN, ci.rk of Circuit Court Dade County, Florida (CIRCUIT I'Ul'RT SEAL) By V. B. MAC LAREN Deputy Clerk 5/15-22-29 — 1/5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GTVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of AMERICAN PLASTIC CO., at 2309 S.W. (2nd Avenue, Miami, intends to r said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. ,„„ F BENJAMIN PELDMAN S/19 — 1! 5-12-19 Downtown Sisters Installs Officers The Sisterhood of the Downtovjjl Synagogue installed officers f6r the coming year at the Melvin Bloomberg Social Hall. 139 NW 3rd Avenue, Sunday. %  Officers installed Included the Mesdames Louis Schwartz, president; Ralph Krieger, 1st vice president, Sam Botfan. 2nd vice president; Harry Kahn, secretary; and Sam Solodar, treasurer. Rabbi Arie Becker was the main speaker. Alvin Goodman headed the entertainment. Mrsv Benjamin Agronow was in charge of arrangements. Announce Appointments At Scaroon Manor Joseph Frieber, managing direQ tor of Scaroon Manor, Adirondack Mountain resort at Schroon Lake, New York, has appointed Al Brown to the position of director of activities, and Roger Nichols in charge of tennis activities, it was announced this week. Brown, well known in the New York City educational system, and principal of Public School 57, Bronx, will supervise all social and athletic activities at Scaroon Manor. Nichols has served as tennis pro at such winter resorts as the Useppa Island Club, Boca Grande, Florida, and the Virgin Isles Hotel. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HKRKBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ,.f HIKE'S FOOD CENTER, at litB.W. 27th Ave.. Miami, intends to reirisfer said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HUMAN PRESTCBA STEPHEN P. KE88LER Attorney for Applicant 1 S.W. 22nd Ave. 5/29 — 6/5-12-19 ^scau • /s IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30122-A In Re: ESTATK OF SAt.'L MINSKOFF. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Ing Claims or Demands Against Estate: You. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any i laims and demands which you, or either bf you, may have against the estate of BAUD MINKK'"FF, deceased | late of Miami I'.each, Florida, to the Honora Judges .of Dade County, and file the same In therloffice In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Raid claims or demands to contain the legal address bf the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1M:] Probate Act. Date May 12. AD. IWt. KIIANI'KI. E MlN8KOPP, As Administrator of the Estate of SAUL MINSKOFF MYERS. IIKIMAN S KAPLAN Attorneys for Administrator 5/15-22-29 — /5 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUOGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 30215-A In Re: ESTATE OF SADIE FRIEDMAN, Deceased To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or Demands Against -Said Estate: Youl and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any lalms arid demands which" you, or either of vou. may have against the estate of SADIE FRIEDMAN, deceased late of Dade County. FVrlda. to the Honorable County Judges of Dade Courtly, and file the same la their offices In the County Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, within eight Dade Countv, I calendar months from the date of the rable County 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. B M MACHTEI, As Administrator of the Esta'te of SADIE KKIKDMAN. I a sed P.OSENHnl si: ,V ItnSKNHOrSB Attorney! for Administrator of the Estate of Badle Friedman, Deceased Olympia Uutldtng. Miami, Fla. I 18-22-29 — fi -, 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 ISM S.W. 32nd Avenue. Miami, intends to regissaid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. Al.AN Hoil.NSTEIN Sole Owner MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant HO Beybold nidg. 5/22-29 — I K-1I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the undersigned, .!. ring to engage in business under the fictitious name of FRANKEL'S EXQUISITE LINENS, at 2523 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, Intends to reglstei said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, IRVING FRANKEL ." 29 —' 6 '5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE |S HEREBY GIVEN that the.underiigrned, desiring to ang&ss in business under the fictitious name 'f BI8CAYNE RESTAURANT, at 1 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Counts, Florida, JOSEPH BANOW1TZ, Sole Owner LEONARD K.VLISH Attornev for owner JlMll DuPont Building 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 flctisons name of CORONET MOTORS, LTD.. at 915 Hal Street. Miami Beach, intends to register ssld name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CORONET MOTORS. INC. a Florida Corporation THEODORE R. NELSON Attorney for Applicant One Lincoln Road Bldg. Miami Beach. Fla. S 22-29 — S/5.-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MCALLISTER GIFT CENTER, at McAllister Hotel. Miami, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOHN and CONNIE CLIFFORD STEPHEN P. KES8LER 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 undcr.-iigncil. desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of LINCOLN BAR AND GRILL at 330! Douglas lid., Miami. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, ^"rlda. WILLIAM d BENJAMIN STEPHEN P. KE88LER Attorney for Applicant 4 8.W. 2Jnd Ave. 5/15-22-Jl — /5 NOTICE TO CREDITORS COUNTY JUDGES' COURT. DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA, Probate 29977A l;, ESTATE OP YKTTA BDELSTEIN, Deceased To all persons having claims or demandagainst said estate' You are notified to file your said claims in the office of the County Judge* of Dads County Court House, Miami. Florida, within 1 calendar months from the time of first publication of this notice, May 22. 1953. or same will be barred. Itl SADIE FEINSMITH, Executrix JOSEPH ZEMEI. Attorney for Executrix 60S Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. 5/22-29 — /5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK 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 EY. .JR. DORIS P. RICHEY RICHARD KRIEGER FINK Attorney for A. M. Texaco Service 412. Congress Building, Miami, Florida 5, 15-22-S — 6/5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thit the undersicued, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious 11,1111,of PANELGLAS COMPANY, at 1041 i'. 29th .Street. Hialeah. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ART DISNBR 6,5-12-19-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of NEW PRODUCT ENTERPRISES, at 213 N.E. 2nd Ave., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. KOLOMON BALSAM 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 HARLEM CUITHING CENTER, at N.W, Ird Avenue. Miami, Intend to restistsr said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. 1.1 "CIS REI8MAN ESTHER REI8MAN Ij2-2l — fi Ti-12 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Ths Jswish Floridlcm soletts your lsqal nottcas. Wt appfdat • 7 o a r patronage and auaranr IM accurate ssrrics at Iftoal rates. Phone 2-1141 lor messenger ssnrtce. SEITLIN & COMPANY PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGES PHONE 9-3836 \; t N. 8. 2r.fi ST. MIAMI 32. FLA. t •



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PAGE 8 8 *JmisUM<9*0~ _FRTOAY. JUNE Axlrod's Work With Handicapped Told By Readers Digest Now leading all states on a per capita basis in finding jobs for handicapped persons is Florida, ac cording to a story published in the June issue of The Readers Digest. Tlv? reason behind Florida's pace-setting in this field is Leo Axlrod, of the Empire Furniture Company, a man with a serious heart ailment, and his son, Edward, who died some years ago. The Digest story is by Ben Funk, a reporter for Associated Praa in Miami. In 1946. Edward Axlrod formed a city wide organization to make "independents out of dependents ." Since then, according j to FunkV report, some 1.000 crip1 pled persons have been placed in: productive jobs here. When Edward died in 1948. Leo Axlrod took up his work and i~ currently president of Independ-; Mice, Inc He is a member of the National Employ the Physic Handicapped Committee and chairman of the Miami Chamber' of Commerce Disabled Placement I omittee. In addition, Axlrod received a Citation from former President Hi rr> Truman tor hiwork -with the handicapped Axlrod empio>r : %  > disabled persons at his rattan plan! at 1225 NE 2nd Avenue. As soon as they acquire technical proficiency, they are sent off to positions elsewhere, and new recruits are hired for schooling toward independence About 600 of Axlrod's former • Undents'' are now holding down good jobs. iota Alpha Pi Wins CJA TrotA* Iota Alpha Pi Sorority at th? .ve years. This Mu'ion^ University of Miami has been de-, 19"52 Ce le clared winner of the federation| Spocial pres,,, ; „,on of T'^ campaign trophy for unusual activ. .___. ,. u n of e ity in the 1953 Combined Jewish P "V re P rp! *"':'tivcs of the Appeal. Efraim Gale, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Community ( enter, who acted as coordinator of the Young Adult Division in this year's campaign, made the announcemeat early this week when final results of solicitations at the university campus had been compiled by campaign leadMrs. Bert S. Klee (center\ newly installed president of the Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood, is flanked by her vice presidents (left) Mrs. Max Weitz and Mrs. Max Applebaum. Right are Mis. Irving B. Kaplan and Mrs. Joseph L. Shawmut. Over 300 women attended the installation last Friday at the Saxony Hotel. Mrs. Saul Herman, past president, was chairman. The Young Adult Division camI paign award is a 19-inch trophy I surmounted by the figure of a winged victory. A bronze tablet at the base of the trophy will be inscribed with the name of the winning organization. Permanent possession of the I nition of "outstanding contr;!* trophy will go to the fraternity or i tions" to communal welfare bj•' sorority which obtains the highest {organization under Jewish a cash collections for two consecu-! pices. Alpha Pi Bororit) will at ma the near future. according | n ft paign Chairman Howard Kane Myers Is Named^T CJFWF Committee NEW YORK Stanley C Mv*a of Miami, past president of 3 Council of Jewish Federation, 2l Welfare Funds, has been nameX a special committee which designate the winner of the fa!] William J. Shroder MO.„ !" Memorial Award, accordinu to an annouaJ ment here by Julian CJFWF president The award will be made in Freema,] in recof j < nuiH'il Sponsors Spring Festival A taring festival party was sponsored by the Greater Miami Section of the National Council of j Jewish Women for members of the] C uncil'l English >:..--.an Saturday, at Beth El Congregation. gatioa. Bill Baggs. of the Miami Daily K was main speaker. The musical portion of the program was under the direction of Mrs Gertrude Faber Also on the program was the presentation of attendance prizes to students by Mrs. Joel Belov. supervisor of English class* | Mrs Sidney Lewis, chairman of Council's Service to Foreign Born Department, was in charge of the event. Ford Foundation OK's Grants Totalling $125,000 HAIFA (JTA) — Grants totalling more than $125,000. have been approved by the Ford Foundation for scientific research at the Israel Institute of Technology, it was announced here by Technion authorities. The research, which will for the most part be carried on by Technion personnel, will deal with various aspects of the economy and future of Israel. Israel Legation Opens In Helsinki; Officials Attend HELSINKI (JTA) — The Prime Minister and leading members of the Finnish Government were present here at the opening of the Legation of Israel. Members of the diplomatic corps, state and municipal officials and representatives of the communal life of the country joined members of the Cabinet, the presiding officers of Parliament and the Chief of Staff of the Fin%  Jak Army at the ceremony. State Of Israel Street BUENOS AIRES — A street in the city of Cordoba was named ••State of Israel Street" in a ceremony this week attended by municipal officials, representatives of the provincial government, a delegation of Argentine Jewish leaders and Israel cultural attache Mordecai Avida. Blowout Prevention Skid Protection LIFE Protection u.s. ROYAL TIRES With the Only EVERLASTING WHITEWALLS CURB GUARD* PROTECTIVE RIB to —4 car* •€• % %  <•• • %  "' M, } ROYALTEX TREAD and TRACTION airlfi atoMtf MB4AW • &f •'' •"*" and with up to TWICE AS MANY SAFE MIES WHILE THEY LAST VACATION SPECIALS WHILE THEY LAST MAJOR BRANDS Original Equipment Tires HOST LINE 95 12 FIRST QUWJT. %  RAND NEW RIO. MICE 123.25 NO MMMTIM MM. 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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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^wiisltUEIliDipidliiaun
i
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
27Number 23
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1953
PRICE: TEN CENTS
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Shapiro Is
New Mayor
On Beach
Spaet, Frank, Turk
Capture Other Posts
Ive photographs of Secretary of State John Foster Dulles' visit in Israel during his Near Eastern fact-finding tour shows
fictured left) reviewing an Honor Guard of paratroopers upon his arrival at Lydda Airport. With him are Foreign Min-
|oshe Sharett and US Mutual Security Administrator Harold Stassen. Pictured right, Mr. Dulles is shown (seated) with
n, American Charge D'Affaires Francis H. Russel and Mr. Sharett. Standing behind are American and Israeli aides,
etails on Mr. Dulles' report to the nation, see page 2 A)
eral Zionists Expected To Meet With
Ben-Gurion; Split May Be Ended Soon
kvTVThe crisis in the Is-
pinet, resulting from the
ion of four General Zion-
piers from the government,
itcd to be settled within a
s. Premier David Ben-
(iii't Tuesday with the Gen-
ii ists, and the press pre-
fers that the Cabinet meet-
] Wednesday would be at-
B>y the Ministers who re-
i indicated that the Premier
tiggest that the regulations
pi the national flag.and
hem should be included in
|rrnment platform, thereby
any party intervention in
pre. It is assumed that the
Zionists would agree to
Jo the Cabinet if a definite
|set for a discussion in Par-
on the flag-and-anthem
However, it is understood
Copyright, 1953, By The Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
that the General Zionists would i and Israel's political leaders toiled
condition such agreement on ttK^ ceaselessly in a sustained effort to
promise that if Parliament does not | repair the breach in the Govern-
pass the recommendations regard-, ment coalition. Mr. Ben-Gurion,
ing the flag as the government's I who temporarily assumed the four
basic platform, the entire Cabinet
would resign.
The Executive Council of Mapai,
Israel's Labor Party, was also ex-
pected to meet Tuesday and to ap-
prove a suggestion to postpone any
action on the flag-and-anthem is-
vacated portfoliosTrade, Interior,
Communications and Healthwas
strengthened by the decision of the
Progressive Party not to withdraw
from the Government. With the de-
fection of the General Zionists, this
left the Ben-Gurion government
sue for a definite period. The four with 60 votes in the 120-man Par-
General Zionist Ministers resigned liament.
from the Cabinet last week when
a Mapai majority voted to permit
the display of the Socialist red flag
and the singing of the Interna-
tionale on trade union holidays in
schools where a majority of par-
ents desired it, in addition to the
While the Premier made it clear
he was determined to do every-
thing possible to woo the General
Zionists back into the Government
fold, he also had discussions with
leaders of the central bloc of the
left-wing Mapam Party, and Mapai
eiHS UBHITC "> **----- ----- i< ii ..in.. i..,...... aMwri ---------------
Israel flag and the fcrael national leaders had conversations with the
anthem.
Meanwhile, Premier Ben-Gunon
Bob Sees It
\ft Flays Tardiness In
Forming Jewish State
PINNATI (JTA) Senator
| A. Taft said this week that
supported the independence
|el and "have stood on their
gainst Egypt and Jordan,
(tried to destroy them" be-
bf his "earnest belief in jus-
freedom and the keeping
Imises."
] Republican Senate majority
in a prepared address read
|m at the silver anniversary
I here of the National Con
of Christians and Jews, de-
that the Jewish State
Id have been established at
pieht of the power of the Al-
Uring the second World War."
pat been done, he added, "I
if we would ever have had
Irael war or the fleeing of the
fine Arabs or the dangerous
jtions in that region of the
today because Israel had to
|up arms to establish its own
endenea, the British having
phoned the mandate."
naior Taft said he had sup-
ported the Zionist movement "be-
cause it seemed to me it was the
only way in which we could assure
freedom for millions of Jews who
lived in countries where they
would always be subjected to in-
termittent attacks and persecution.
I supported it because it undertook
to relieve the world of the problem
of resettling a large number of
Jewish refugees, for which the
world had proposed no better solu-
He warned, however, of the "ser-
ious situation" resulting from the
war for Israel's independence.
"Because,^ that war," he said
partly through the intolerance of
their own leaders, 900,000 refugees
left the Jewish section of I aies
tine and are still housed in tem-
porary tents and huts in Syria, in
Jordan and in Egypt. The food is
inadequate and conditions among
the children particularly are de
scribed as dangerous to their very
Continued on Page M A
Agudas Israel. He had lengthy con-
ferences with the four resigned
ministers. Finance Minister Levi
Eshkol and Minister Without Port-
folio Pinhas Lavon, both Mapai
stalwarts, flew back from New
York to Israel to aid the prime
minister.
Close contact was being main-
tained between the Mapai Party
and the General Zionists. One com-
promise proposal advanced by Ma-
paipostponement for six months
of the Government decision per-
Charge UN Neglects
Rights Violations
GENEVA (JTA) The charge
that the United Nations has done
nothing about the thousands of
complaints it has received concern-
ing violations of human rights, in-
cluding discrimination, was made
here last week at a meeting of the
Human Rights Commission by Dr.
G M. Riegner, representative of
the World Jewish Congress.
Pointing out that the UN had
aft even undertaken studies of the
crucial problems which motivated
the complaints, Dr. Riegner urged
the body to undertake a program
of action incorporating the pnnci-
pie of concrete studies in selected
fields, with a view toward arriving
at recommendationsr-for the eradi-,
cation of discri nination and preju- >
dice.
mitting display of the Red Flag
and singing of the Internationale
in the schools on trade union holi-
dayswas rejected by the General
Zionists.
Mr. Ben-Gurion. himself. Foreign
Minister Moshe Sharett and Edu-
cation Minister Ben-Zion Dinur
were reported in disagreement
with the Mapai Party views on the
Continued on Page 11 A
* *
Labor Party
Clears Stand
On Walkout
NEW YORK (JTA)The Israel
cabinet crisis resulted from a dif-
ference "relating to one particular
regulation of the projected educa-
tion law," Pinhas Lavon, a mem-
ber of the cabinet and a Labor
Party leader, said in a statement
here this week on the issues in-
volved.
"I wish to re-state the position
of the Labor Party of whose nine
representatives in the present cab-
inet I am one," he declared. "We
are the majority of the General
Federation of Labor in Israelthe
Histadrut. My party has just decid-
ed that the Histadrut shall join the
International Conferation of Free
Trade Unionsthat great associa-
tion of the free trade unions of
the world which stand as we do for
freedom and democracy and
against Communist regimentation.
My party has also decided that
Communists shall be excluded from
office in the Histadrut.
Harold Shapiro was appointed
mayor of Miami Beach in cere-
monies at city hall on Wednesday
morning. The appointment of the
45-year-old attorney was a unani-
mous move that followed the June
2nd election in which 13,433 bal-
lots were cast.
Shapiro was named by his fellow
councilman after he led a field of
16 candidates vying for four va-
cancies on the Miami Beach City
Council. He received a total of
6,757 votes. Immediately behind
Shapiro was Harold B. Spaet, with
6,720. The third and fourth spots
were won by Bernard A. Frank and
Harold Turk, who received 6,367
and 6,077 tallies, respectively.
Of the three incumbents run-
ning, Turk, Frank and Melvin
Richard, only Richard failed to be
returned to office. With a total of
5,661, he came in behind Turk by
416 votes. The record-breaking bal-
loting was seen in some quarters
as a stunning defeat for Richard
who, as Miami Beach Councilman,
Continued on Page 3 A
Harold Shapiro
. "prosperity ahead"
"Our party, and under its direc-
tion, our labor movement as a
whole, stand for the ideals of free
democratic labor. It has rejected
Communism through its history.
Our consistent record of active
anti-Communism is such that there
is no need for us to draw special
attention to this fact which no mis-
representation can change.
"The specific issue which has led
to the resignation from the gov-
Continued on Page 11 A
Bonn Clears Way To
Indemnify Victims
SONN (JTA>The West German
Cabinet last week-end cleared the
way for Parliamentary action on a
comprehensive bill to indemnify
hundreds of thousands of victims
of Nazism, most of them Jews, by
approving the draft of a measure
worked out by its legal and finan-
cial experts. The measure calls for
the payment of damages totalling
some 4,000,000,000 marks ($952,-
000,000).
The bill is scheduled to be sub-
mitted to the Bundesratthe up-
per housewhich is not likely to
take it up before June 19th. If it
wins approval in the Bundesrat, it
must then win approval in three
separate readings in the Bundestag,
after which it is to be returned to
Continued on Page II A


PAGE 2 A
+Jewish fhrkBari
Dulles Reports On Trip To Near
East; Says Tour Was 'Friendly'
==22iLwiti
WASHINGTON (JTAA report i will flow from the meetings" The
on their trip to the Middle East New York Tunes emphasized that
and other countries was made early "the Arab-Israel hostility with its
thla week by Secretary fo State! concomitant problem of the Arab
John Foster Dulles and Mutual Se-' refugees" are among the problems
i urity Director Harold Stassen at in which American goodwill and
-pecial meeting of the National knowledge "can be helpful as solu-
Security Council called by Presi- tions are sought."'
dent Eisenhower. Mr. Dulles was In a report from Washington, the
M scheduled to make a report to Herald Tribune stated that it is
the nation in a radio address. Fi-
nally, he will report to Congrm
I'pon his return from his fact-
finding tour la retary Dulles issued a statement
- rphasizing that "the uneasy arm-
istice and economic warfare be-
understood that Secretary Dulles
brought back a Middle East De-
fense plan proposed by General
Mohammed Naguib. the Egyptian
Premier, which would mean scrap-
ping the long-dormant Allied Mid
die East Defense Organization proj-
tweea Israel and the Arab states." The "Naguib plan.' according
a: well as the problem of the Arab to authoritative informants, would
refugees, are among the "typical
renditions which create fear, bit-
byjld a Middle East defense or
ganization on the foundations of
terness and weakm He said at hi- trip "laid a new found* lective ""* Pac signed last
ti"n for friendship" between the >'par-
I'nited States and the countries
i h he visited.
' That." he added, "is because we
gave new hope that the I'nited
S i while standing firmly
. gainst any breach in the ranks of
the Western powers, and without
is anywise undermining the State
: Israel, it determined to find a
waj toward a broader unity. This
wuld be to the advantage of all
i ncemed We could then, in de-
US Linked
The I'nited States and Britain
would be linked to it by virtue of
their existing treaties with Libya.
Saudi Arabia. Iraq and Jordan. All
foreign troops, notably British,
would be barred from Egypt in
; peace time, although they would
I be permitted to remain in those
other countries where they are now
I stationed in accordance with ex-
isting treaties France and Turkey,
original co-sponsors with the Unit-
ed States and Britain of the earlier
' proposals, would not participate
directly in the Naguib project. The
Egyptian Premier envisaged the
1 new program as extending possi-
bly to Pakistan and perhaps even
i India.
Mr. Dulles was understood to
| have been attracted by the Naguib
i proposal. He is reported to have
told the Premier that he would
need at least four weeks to study
both the Anglo-Egyptian problem
and the defense question and to
discuss them with President Eisen-
hower, the Defense Department
, and his own State Department ex-
i ports. A basic American objection
to the Naguib plan, as it was pre-
sented to Mr. Dulles, is understood
to lie in a provision which would
limit implementation of the pact
to a direct attack on one of the
Arab states


'^OF
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v \ /
I kbit Is \ anted
Hospital Official
Announcement has been made
Mi-ed ways, help the nations of the f)f |he appomtmen, of Samuel Zibit
* and South Asia to live
. r in amity and peace and
it director of Mount
Sinai Hospital. Samuel Gertner. ex-
which will accept thr respon
and add to the strength
i th immunity "
Concrete Results
allay their initial pains. Thu- the) earths director, -aid Zibit assum-
iove onto healthy national cd hls duties on Mav 20th.
Gertner also said that Samuel
Parber, hospital comptroller, had
been advanced to assistant director-
comptroller Farber has been with
Optimism regarding the out- Mount Sinai since its organization
- etarj Dulles' trip to [our years ago.
,BS Zibil wmi formerly assistant di-
: trab countries, rt.ct(,r of Viriarn Hospital. Provi-
tatea wai voiced -incf.. Rhlldl. ,,ljnd Ear|ier. he
York newspapers. WM rngagcd in public health and
Herald Tribune said mt.djcai t.are proeramj He receh-
. r'-a-nn to b--
Ihat mon i tC results
ORKIN
progr
ed the BS degree from the College
of the City of New York and his
graduate degree from Vale L'ni-
vt rsity in 1947.
li' and Mrs Zibil have two chil-
dren. Benjamin. 6. and Trud\. 4.
PEST CONTROL
RATS ROACHES MICE Fills
World's Lorgtif P.il Control Co.
MEMBER OF B'NAI B'RITH"
Call 2-1776
Country Cousins Dance
The Women's Group of thr i
Jewish Community
>r a country
dance on Saturday,*-June
13th The patio of the building
the letting fur the informal
dance Mrs. Daniel Lapin. chair
man. will be assisted by Mrs. N
Newman and Mrs R. Lang.
DAY WORKERS S5 A $6 and Fan
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PART TIME OR FULL TIME
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SPECIALIZING
Hotel Maids Porters
Dishwashers
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VOTE "NO
7 J
ON TUESDAY
AGAINST THE PRESENT MERGER BILL AND
THE ABOLITION OF MIAMI
BECAUSE:
i.
2.
3.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Virtual dictator powers arm givan to five
They cm imraan taxes when aae) m ttasy aJtm.
They were net elected far this job, but held office until lfS7
without an election.
They cannot be held responsible to tho people, only to
Tallahassee.
They have not even let tho peoplo know their policies.
We are denied evon tho right of recall.
They could fire police chief, attorneys, EVEN JUDGES, and
others without causa.
They take over Miami taxpayers' public propertios valued at
many millions.
A gigantic "spoils" system is created. Civil Service becomes
a political tool.
Absolutely no assurance of economy is offered.
Home rule gives way to county-state rule.
This is the trend away from government "of the peoplo, for
the people, by the people."
KEEP MIAMI CITIZENS COMMITTEE
Joseoti J. Orr Chairman
S. J. FreMNdlmao
A M. l.4-|hun
HEBREW BOOK STORE
417 Washington Are.
Between Fourth and Fifth Ste.
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Entrance on Washington At*.
OCULISTS
* Proscriptions Filled
* Lenses and Frames
Duplicated
* Large Selection in Latest
Style.
Plans for the coming year are formulated by the newly
presidents of Beth David organizations. From left to
Harry Gordon, president of the Congregation; Mrs
Oliphant, president of the Sisterhood; Max lacobson as
of Men's Club; and Mrs. Bernard Sc-jre'idell. president 5
PTA. They will be installed by Louis Heiman. Miami atton I
at an annual installation dinner on Sunday evening j.
7th, 7 p.m., at the Trocadero Restaurant. Mrs. Max ShmJ
will l-hrrir tho rymmrtm hBSV *4._ \*___-_. .
will chair the program, with Mrs. Maurice Mamche$
MH
the invocation. Rabbi Max Shapiro will be guest Sot2,
Co-chairmen of arrangements and reservations are the Ik
dames Samuel Dickson, Sam Seitlin, Robert Nedbor andjJ
Morton Perry.
PALMER PARKER & HENRIQUE
AND
BARNEY BERNSTEIN
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS
ANNOUNCE THE CONSOLIDATION
OF THEIR ACCOUNTING PRACTICES
UNDER THE FIRM NAME OF
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Telephone 3-470*
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Whether orthodox, conservative or rrlen** I
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SIDAY, JUNE 5. 1953 -------. ...
+Jewish ncrktiati
_2>AGE .3 A
<(
Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright. 195', Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
[aSHINGTON NOTES:
lmerican Jewish leaders inter-
birth control field, has now made
a grant of $7,500 to the Weizmann
^curing reparations from Institute for the project of a >ix-
kent
ina. met this week in Wash-
Won with the Austrian Ambassa-
\s a result of this meeting,
ite date was set for the
rt ol negotiations between rep-
itives of the Austrian Gov-
nent and Jewish organizations
. The talks will begin in the
rjdlc of June and will be held in
ma Washington experts
now working on projects for
hnical aid to Israel under the
Ilia] Security Program These
cts are primarily a continua-
ii and expansion of the proj-
;s already initiated through the
ini Four program in prior years
The new projects providing
hije
month period starting July 1st .
Dr. David Ginsburg, who conduct-
ed research on birth control proj-
ects in the United States and who
has made his home now in Israel,
is directing the Weizmann Institute
project .
* *
HISTORY RETOLD:
Abram L. Sachar's A History Of
The Jews, which has been popular
for many years, appeared this week
in its fourth revised and enlarged
edition The one-volume history
of the Jewish people is brought up
to date ... It not only includes
general developments of Jewish
life after World War II, but also
Bernard frank
imparting American know-how
y technology They provide
\r close cooperation with Israel
kils and private groups .
e largest single group of proj-
:ts i, agricultural, advice on the
relopmest of* new sources of
ter and reclamation of soil .
i .ill also be helped to deter-
Harold Shapiro Is
New Beach Mayor
Continued from Page 1 A
gained a national reputation dur-
ing the Kefauver investigations
here.
Mayor Shapiro, a Miami Beach
tourist only seven years ago, comes
which records and analyzes Jewish originally from Milwaukee, Wiscon-
events up to the beginning of 1953 sin. He served with the United
i'r technical assistance are limited' has a chapter on Israel and even
covers the German-Jewish repara-
tions pact Thus it is the only
book of Jewish history in English
cessful councilmanic candidate who
was seventh in the running, with
a total of 1,532 votes. Plissner was
preceded by Darby Rathman, in
sixth place, with 4,525 tallies.
Top winners Shapiro, Spaet and
Frank will each serve four-year
terms on the Miami Beach City
Council. Turk will serve a two-
year term. The rest of the council
is composed of holdovers Marcie
Liberman, retiring Mayor D. Lee
The volume, in its earlier edi-1 States Navy in Key West during | Powell and Burnett Roth.
Mayor Shapiro, who ran on a
tions, established itself as the best World War II. Following his dis-
book of Jewish history for Amer-1 charge, he decided to remain in | piatf0rm of heeding "the voice of
ictna who are interested in study- South Florida. "From tourist to
the possibilities for exploring \ ing Jewish life from the ancient i mayor in seven years. That's my
neral resources Also in the : days of the Hebrew till our modem story," said Shapiro, following his
ork of improving highway con-! time ... Its author, now the presi- victory. "A thing like this could
i i in work related to irriga- dent of Brandeis University, is one happen only in these glorious Unit-
Jo,! md drainage development, in' of the few American Jewish schol-'ed States."
h inning of public health pro-
ram and in the operation of cen-
tal laboratories ...
*
JSIDE ISRAEL:
I may pave.the way for the
i i of a problem which is
kppc-niost in the minds of many
lati smen who are seeking to
poverty in countries where
be l i mate is extremely high
ars who have devoted their lives' In a referendum attached to the
to making American Jewish youth ballot, Miami Beach residents over-
conscious of its Jewish cultural whelmingly approved a proposed
heritage ... As director of the Hil- ordinance that would require doc-
lel Foundations in American uni- tors to be assigned to all ambu-
versilies, he was the most popular lances answering emergency calls.
Harold Spaet
25-A and 29. In the former, he
racked up a lead of 112 votes over
|ipaet. Shapiro also captured a 154-
vote lead in Precinct 20. This vir-
tually wiped out an earlier lead
that appeared to favor Spaet as
high man.
Miami Beach's new mayor pre-
dicted "days of prosperity ahead.''
Shapiro pledged himself "to make
the city not only beautiful in ap-
the people," won his close decision I pearance but also beautiful in ad-
over Spaet in the vital Precincts' ministration."
So fresh
figure among hundreds of thou-
sands of Jewish students through-
out the country for more than 20
years ... He is still the most
popular figure among them even
CORN
HAKES
aimed Parenthood Federa-' though he left the Hillel Founda-
rhc
Don of America has learned that
he Weizmann Institute of Science
i Israel is conducting chemical ex-
periments with a certain plant
Khich may lead to the production
f pills effective in birth control
Species of the plant can be
lound in all parts of the world, but
Diany of its varieties are available
Israel, and this makes research
lurk in Israel much easier than in
bther countries The ultimate
goal of the research conducted by
Weizmann Institute is a prac-
tical oral contraceptive for which
science has been searching for
pecades The Planned Parent-
hood Federation of America, inter-
fcsted in encouraging work in the
\ny time is time for
Tarn Tain
tion work and devotes all his time
to Brandeis University ... His
book deals with all phases of Jew-
ish history political, economic,
cultural, religious, social always
against a background of the geri-
eral history of those times.
Free Loan Meeting
The Greater Miami Hebrew Free
Loan Association will meet on Mon-
day evening, June 8th, 8 p.m., at
the Town Branch, Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center, accord-
ing to an announcement by Isi-
dore Schwartz, president. Guest
speaker will be Rabbi Morris Skop,
spiritual leader of the Coral Gables
Jewish Center. Milton Friedman,
Miami attorney, will present the
by-laws to the membership.
The ordinance was largely credit-
ed here to Harry Plissner, unsuc-
Abbott Names
\<>ir Club Hoard
Jacob A. Abbott, president of
the Men's Club of Temple Beth
Sholom, this week announced the
following appointments to the
Board of Directors:
Norman Arkin, Norman Babel,
David Balog, L. A. Durbin, Aaron
Farr, Myer Friedman, Dr. Mayer
Eggnatz, Aaron Courshon, Eman-
uel Goldstrich, Jerome Greene.
Louis Haftel, Sidney Harris, Saul
Herman, Carl Lundy, William Ma-
sur, Morry B. Morris, Melvin Rich-
ard. Dr. Julian A. Rickles, Martin
Rokaw, Irving Rothman, Dr. Nor-
man Russ, John Serbin, Abe Sol-
osko, Bertram Waller and Seymour
Weiss.
The first meeting of the new of-
ficers and Board will be held on
Monday evening. June 8th, 8 p.m.,
in the Temple Patio.
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Friday. June 5. 1953
Volume 27 Number 23
Sivan 22. 5713
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Israel's Cabinet Crisis
The crisis in the Israel Cabinet comes at a
particularly bad time. A US-sponsored fact-
rinding tour under the aegis of Secretary of
State John Foster Dulles and Mutual Security
Aid Administrator Harold Stassen has just re-
turned home and is ready to make its report
on conditions in the Near East. Our Senate
Foreign Relations Committee, goaded by the
lobby pressures of Arab supporters in Wash-
ington, is considering making an on-the-spot
survey of the refugee problem. General Mo-
hamed Naguib now finds himself decorated
with a pistol presented by Mr. Dulles as a token
of American esteem end is toying with the
possibility that his gift symbolizes US support
of Egypt's blocade policy against the Jewish
State.
The resignation of four General Zionist mem-
bers from Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion's
coalition cabinet could therefore not have come
at a more inopportune moment. The issue pre-
cipitating the resignation is a delicate one. and
we trust that Mr. Ben-Gurion will be able to
settle it with political sagacity to the satisfac-
tion of everyone concerned so that a solid front
of opinion once again exists for coping with
Israel's many foreign problems.
The Ministers walked out after a Mapai ma-
jority voted to permit the display of the red
flag and the singing of the Internationale on
trade union holidays in schools where a major-
ity of parents demonstrate a desire for it The
principally unfortune question in the whole
matter is the manner in which the world press
has seen fit to interpret the rift.
We feel that the singing of anthems and the
flying of flags other than Israel's create prob-
lems that can not be solved by an impatient
Ministerial abandonment of the cabinet. It is
to be hoped that the four General Zionist mem-
bers return to discuss the matter with Mr. Ben-
Gurion as reports this week indicate.

During The Week .. .a* i Se
B> LEO MINDLIN
REUVEN DAFNI, OF THE ISRAEL Foreign \U
principal speaker at a bond dinner last Sundav evenim- try'*
Hotel. Mr. Dafni was perhaps the most Intelligent fur* *"
which bond officials have come up here in a Ion- time H*- *^
the group gathered to honor Mrs. Louis Glasser for but f *ldrKS|J
ut a few i
1-
rk

yet what he had to say appeared more cogent than all Jhn "^
ulated during the past season by a whole host of well mm Words tk
Israel lovers. paid' Profess*^;
Mr. Dafni did not long linger on the Jewish State*! r,
been the general custom; nor did he indulge himself in "H
again Europe's .bloody soil. His approach was more ro.,n<.Hlr'iWw*M
_----- _.,-----,,...., ~. ... -rpiuuii was more poin'prt i l
subtleties, he placed squarely on American Jewr\s <;hn,M ""N
responsibly of Israel's future. Candidly discussing' his Z\ *J
difficulties, he made specific mention of immigration prowf13*''''!
lashed out against those who criticize its open door policy *H
This came as an aspect of his observation regarding
that Israel refrain from accepting the economic burden of uTr\
ited immigration system. Those, he said, who urge quo)!, UJ*
gradual integration of European and Near Eastern exiles into the s I
nist fulfil
open tin
state's society do not understand the meaning of Zionist fulhti*0^ I
"We would rather." he said, "go down with our doors
Miami ll;.! Sl ..
Harold Shapiro is Miami Beach's new mayor.
Mr. Shapiro emerged victorious in the June 2nd
councilmanic race during which he ran ahead
of a field of 16 candidates to take first place
in a contest for four vacancies on the city
council.
Mr. Shapiro may well be proud of his ac-
complishment Originally from Milwaukee,
Wisconsin, the 45-year-old attorney came to
Key West during World War H where he serv-
ed with the United States Navy. South Florida
seemed to capture his imagination, for he de-
cided to remain here.
Since that time, Mr. Shapiro has distinguish-
ed himself with his many civic and philan-
thropic activities. Those who benetitted from
his inexhaustable and unselfish energies did
not forget him on Tuesday. The new mayor
campaigned on the promise that he would heed
the voice of the people and that he would work
and fight for their interests.
As a private citizen in the area, Mr. Shapiro
has done precisely that through his varied or-
ganizational activity. We feel certain that he
will continue to do so in his capacity as coun-
cilman and Miami Beach mayor.
Also to be congratulated are Harold Spaet,
Bernard Frank and Harold Turk tor their vic-
tories at the polls Tuesday. Mr. Spaet is a
former municipal court judge whose civic, legal
and professional leadership can do much to
enhance the effectiveness of the Miami Beach
City Council. Also a former municipal court
judge. Mr. Frank's re-election to the, city council
reaffirms the area's trust in him and in his last
tenure of office.
Mr. Turk, the other successful incumbent, has
held the post of Dade County Commissioner,
as well. His political experience, along with a
varied background in civic and communal af-
fairs, should make Mr. Turk a valuable council
member as in the past The City of Miami
Beach has a long period of fruitful accomplish-
ment toward which to look forward with its
new city council.
The I'M Orchestra
The University of Miami Symphony Orches-,
tra has concluded another season of perform-
ances here. The last concert in the 1952-63
series brought to the area Isaac Stern, a world
renowned artist who interpreted several major
violin works, one of them in conjunction with,
Miami's own Jean Bedetti, a Boston Symphony I
Orchestra 'cellist who played under the late
Dr. Serge Koussevitsky for many years.
This was but one of the many outstanding
concerts presented during the season by the
UM Symphony Orchestra under the baton of J
Dean John Bitter. A brief survey reveals the
stellar list of musical artists who have per-
formed here with the symphony.
During its 26-year history, the UM Symphony
has consistently attracted the finest concert
talent for presentation in Miami, and, through-
out this period, the orchestra has steadily im-
proved its musicianship in the face of many
seemingly insurmountable obstacles.
Our area has been the beneficiary of the
UM Symphony 8 activity. Its concerts are a
major cultural event each year. Now, the or-
chestra is entering into its third season of sum-
mer pop concerts. On June 21st, the first of
this summer's series will open at the Miami I
Beachr Auditorium. We anticipate that the area
will respond to the extension of the UM Sym-
phony's programs with a rousing number of
subscribers.
Cantor hrlniirrs Citation
Cantor Samuel Kelemer, of Temple Beth
Sholom, has been signally honored by the
Hebrew Union School of Sacred Music. The
school, which this week announced the estab-
lishment of a Certificate Program, also desig-
nated Cantor Kelemer as a "Charter Certificate
Cantor."
The new program makes rigorous demands
on its designates, including a minimum of 20
years of cantorial activity, in addition to schol-
arly work done in the field of liturgical music
and in the publication of liturgical compo-
sitions.
Now authorized to grant degrees, the Hebrew'
Union School will be in a position to do much j
in the matter of lending added dignity to thej
cantorate, and members of the profession,;
seeking accreditation, will necessarily raise the
the standards of their activity.
Cantor Kelemer has distinguished himself
in the two major fields of cantorial endeavor
on the basis of which certificates are granted I
The youngest of the Hebrew Union School's'
designates, he is now in his 27th year in the
cantorate.
Cantor Kelemer is also the author of several
works on^ music, including an anthology of
liturgical melodies. Miami Jewry congratulate*
the 36-year-old cantor whose distinction granted
him this week reflects our community's ever
increasing recognitions in the field of traditional
and religious accomplishment
grow strong and prosper with them shut.'
The one discordant note Mr. Dafni struck was in contradistja*.
to this courageous remark, and it came as a result of his ckiTAa!1
rin over the manner in which the Israel Bond drive appear, tot!
progressing. He vowed.that his government would make the ba
whether yau help us or not. It will just take that much looser*
be that much harder." In the face of his earlier recognrtioa that*
establishment of the Jewish State had been made possible lira*
through American aid, Mr. Dafni's go-it-alone hemi-m certainlvm!
peared uncalled for. a
THE ISRAELI OFFICIAL'S AVOWAL GREW OUT of a gen*
feerfhg of being rebuffed, and it must be excused on this basu. it'
deed, it seems exceedingly dangerous when Jewish State spokeswn.
in the process of soliciting American assistance, are placed into |W
position where they crown US Jewry with the sole laurel o( merit
the Zionist struggle. While the significant role it has played
hardly be overlooked, one does the European and Near Easterner
injustice in ignoring their valiant efforts
More important, however, this egregious emphasis on America-
Jewish monetary support remains a thorn in the tide of the indepei-
dent minded Israeli citizen who refuses to barter hi- teelings of In*
dom and self-determination for US gold. Certainly, such bartering hat
not been specifically demanded, but the Israeli- sensitivity conniwt
as a defensive mechanism nontheless. And. without a doubt, it as
been the source of much friction between the Jewish State and ike
American community at large.
Mr. Dafni used his remark about our total responsibility for the
establishment of the young republic as a means of contrasting it vita
the lagging sale of Israel Bonds. This is precisely the rebuff he suf-
fered during his seven week tour here, and he could not rationite
these two facts with any degree of success. Apparently, some $170.-
000,000 worth of bonds have been sold since the issue was first floated
in America. Of this amount. Mr. Dafni said, $50,000,000 remain oat-
standing in unpaid pledges.
Apart from the need of subscribing more fully to the campaign,
the official examined the meaning of unfulfilled promises of pBrthue
to the Jewish State. He explained that his government begins opt*
ing against such pledges immediately as they are recorded and that
outstanding accounts serve to increase deficit spending In this regard,
he said that Israel's purpose was not "to play soldiers;' nor was it t*
establish foreign embassies throughout the world.
Mr. Dafni affirmed the belief in his country as a nation in **
the oppressed might live freely and comfortably. It was clearij i
repudiation of the naive patriotism manifested here by other bud
spokesmen who have waved the flag of ministers, armies and air
forces and served as a breath of fresh air against the foul odors of
impossible Jewish chauvenism. For this drive toward freedom fna
oppression. Mr. Dafni said, a parallel drive toward economic indepo-
dence needed forceful waging. And Israel Bond drive monies. ala*
could make both campaigns successful.
> > > c <
MR. DAFNI MADE A SHARP DISTINCTION between the P*
poses of the bond campaign and the United Jewish Appeal. It was hen
that he lashed out against those who consider their purchases of boo*
as outright gifts rather than as investments and who publicly annomw
that they do not expect to see their loans returned "It is painful*
notice," he said, "that there are a great number of Jews who deep*
their hearts think this a hoax. We can not but regard it as a nvMtist
served insult."
As I see it, more talks like Mr. Dafni's should be schedulni^
bond officials. Despite his most ardent avowals, he brought tea
fore Israeli unwillingness to accept the thesis that the Jewi**
is being assisted by the lavish generosity of American "presents.. I
the airing of this issue served an intelligent purpose. In avoiding a
worthless repetition of tales'of blood and gore. Mr Dafni could *
centratc, instead, on the immediate needs of Israel, as well <* 1
meaning of the bond campaign. -
In repudiating the insult against his government and P**^
did not simultaneously insult his American audience with sentia
and maudlin woe as a means of eliciting sympathy He placed *
quest for trust in Israel on the sound and healthy basis of an *"""
cally hppeful future. The two major fund raising arms in our
can well take a lesson from Mr. Dafni's wise words They cas,
it**
- a icMuu fi (on mr. l^aillis wibc www-.------
hide in shame for their expressed hope but a few month* ago ***
reported anti-Jewish movement behind the Iron Curtain would
as a stimulus for their lagging drives. Such is the pathetically tfiP^
erished idealistic impetus which now motivates them. More P
men like Mr. Dafni can do a great deal to negate the harmful tB&
of their attitades.


UDAY. JUNE 5, -1953
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PAGE 5A
IfG DAY VOLUNTEERS TO HEAR EDAM MESSAGE SUNDAY
An important message from Am-
vesters and the people of Israel
Lsador Abba Eban underlining through the medium of the Israel
(ho need of further investment cap-; Bond drive.
Ilal provided by the sale of Israel i "Israel has demonstrated that it
ionds will be delivered to BIG has the will, the resources and the
igy workers at a rally in the Royal skills to build a modern and pro
aln' Hotel on Sunday, at 10 a.m.
The one-day campaign will take
place the following Sunday, June
|4th. Bernard I. Binder, BIG Day
Commander, said he estimates
close to 1,000 men and women will
participate as brigadiers.
In his message, Eban will empha-
size the integral part of Israel
Bonds in helping Israel achieve ec-
onomic stability through the ex-
pansion of citrus export, general
gricultural expansion, develop-
nent of mineral and chemical re-
oorces and continued develop-
nent of a wide network of indus-
Iries
At the same time, it was learned
khat Mrs. Clara Burstein, 1685 SW
jlst Street, will be Miami chair-
nan of BIG Day. Mrs. Burstein
a graduate of schools in Phila-
delphia and of Journalism at New
York University. Her 20-year-old
ton, Oscar, is currently attending
Law School at the University of
iami
She is vice president of the
I' Scopus Group of Hadass;
Eond coordinator, Greater Miami
! ah; member of the Zionist
{organization of Coral Gables;
fcVomen': Committee of Brandeis;
ductive economy in the Middle
East," he said. "This young nation
took him to 30 cities across the
country, Dafni claimed that, with
continued support, it will still take
five to eight years for Israel to
balance its economy.
He reported 'that at the present
time the country is suffering from
an unfavorable trade balance in
has also proved that it knows how' the ration of 9 to 1.
to make the most of foreign in-' Mrs. Glasser told guests of her
vestment dollars. The people of three week tour of key centers in
Miami can help to provide this im-1 Israel under auspices of the State
petus by buying and selling Israeli of Israel Bond Organization. Her
Bonds on BIG Day." visit coincided with Fifth Anniver-
A vivid description of industrial sary celebrations in Israel.
and agricultural improvements in
Israel was given the Israel Bond
dinner held this week in the Sax-
ony Hotel by Reuven Dafni, chief
spokesman of the Israel Foreign
Affairs Ministry, and Mrs. Louis
Glasser, who was guest of honor.
Winding up a seven-week tour
of the United States, a tour which
Highlight of the evening was the
presentation of a scroll naming
Governor Dan McCarty honorary
chairman of the Israel Bond Or-
ganization in Florida. Dr. Morris
Goodman, chairman of the dinner,
made the presentation to commu-
nity leader William Singer, who
represented the Governor.
Miami Window.
ACTION IN BONDS Old-time supporter Mrs. Frances Rubin
(right) purchases an additional 52,000 in bonds from Mrs.
Manuel Burstein, chairman of BIG Day in Miami. The one-
day campaign will be held Sunday, June 14th.
King's Jewelry Shop, of Lincoln
Road, is displaying the eight-day
clock for the time project of the
North Shore Jewish Canter Sister-
hood Alfred Stone has been
elected president of the South
Shore Democratic Club of Miami
Beach, with vice presidencies go-
ing to Alfred Westin, Mrs. Gladys
nenj *.omnnuer u. mno. ; p|otk| ave G|er and Jaek u.: and comparative law; Harry Zuk-
(;,!!a V.oyerson Chapter of Pion- yjne mher offi(;ers are ^ Hom l,rniek/ legal institutes; Feibelman,
1 er, secretary; Phillip Zimand, ] Albert B. Bernstein and Stern, pub-
treasurer; and Henry A. Kamp, lication of law journal; Marwin S.
nounced the names of some 120
Greater Miami attorneys appointed
to major committees for 1953-54.
Among those serving will be Her-
bert U. Feibelman, bankruptcy;
Abe L. Shugerman. continuing law
reform; Jack A. Abbott and David
P. Catsman, cooperation with real-
tors; David B. Stern, international
leer V.'omen;
Women: Ladies Auxiliary, Mount
[smai Hospital; and Coral Gables
[Jewish Center.
Binder also announced that kick
[oft breakfasts will be held at 9
[a.m.. on BIG Day, June 14th, in
the Royal Palm Hotel for Miami
Beach volunteers and in the Bur-
eau of Jewish Education for Miami
I worker-.
Emphasizing that the coming
[month willbe critical in the ec-
onomic development of Israel.
(Binder urged residents here to en-
list as BIG Day volunteers. He
[stated that volunteer workers can.
on a personal basis, strengthen the
I partnership between American in-
Jonas Is President
Of Beach Zionists
Fred Jonas has been elected
president of the Miami Beach-Israel
2 District, according to an
announcement this week by Sam
| koM' rman, chairman of the Nom-
! Bating Committee.
Named chairman of the Board
Was Seymour" B. Liebman. Other
ffieera -include Nathan Darsky,
Isadora Goldberg. S. A. Goodman,
Samuel Landau, Rabbi David Sha-
piro and Sam Prosterman, vice
presidents; Alex Van Stratten,
treasurer; Al Sherman, financial
secretary; and Charles Lee, re-
cording secretary.
Jonas said that the organization's
plans call for expanded activities
in the Zionist movement, includ-
ing work in the fields of aid to
Israel and youth and educational
programs here.
public relations counsel .
The University of Miami has
granted a year's leave of absence
to Milton Kaplow, assistant re-
search professor of food technol-
ogy, to continue advanced studies
in this field at the University of
Massachusetts. Guillermo Saenz,
food technologist at the University
of Oriente, Santiago, Cuba, will
teach Kaplow's classes during the
latter's absence Among new
Board members of the Dade Coun-
ty Cancer and Cytology Center are
Sam Bailey, Jr., 6816 Camarin
Street, Coral Gables; Mrs. Bess
Glasser, 3618 Prairie Avenue, Mi-
ami Beach; and Murray B. Sheldon,
3929 Garden Avenue, Miami
Beach ...
The Florida Bar recently an-
Cassel and Zukernick, public rela-
tions; and Sidney M. Aronovitz, un-
authorized practice of law .
Among Executive Committee
members recently named to the
Dade County Council on Commu-
nity Relations are Harold Kramer,
Fred Routh, George J. Talianoff,
Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Burnett
Roth Also appointed were
Dr. Joseph M. Weidberg, Sam
Blank, Rabbi Leon Kronish and
Mrs. Sydney Weintraub Colonel
Jack R. Younger has been re-elect-
ed president of the Greater Miami
Crime Commission. This is his
fifth term in that office. Last year,
he was re-elected to a three-year
term as a commission director.
Named vice presidents were Ben-
jamin F. Bronston, realty dealer,
and Robert C. MacDonnell, Red-
lands citrus grower .
Students who recently received
American Legion Awards were
Meredith Weiland and Josh Sirkin.
The citations were made for hon-
or, courage, scholarship, service
and leadership.
AN AWARD WELL DESERVED was presented last week at
Mount Sinai Hospital's Blood Bank to Frank Catterson, person-
nel manager of the Food Fair Stores, by Samuel Gertner, the
hospital's executive director, on behalf of the Board of Trus-
tees. Catterson's interest in the health problems of the em-
ployees of the chain of food stores in the Greater Miami area
has resulted in 270 pints of .blood being deposited at the hos-
pital to date. Food Fair employees now have the largest
account at Mount Sinai's Blood Bank. Attending the ceremony-
accompanying the certificate presentation were (left) Dr. Mark
B. Cirlin, chairman of the Blood Bank, and (right) Mrs. Louis
B. Krensky, president of Mount Sinai's Women's Auxiliary.
The influence of social and
economic developments at
home and abroad on current
community welfare plans
and programs were highlight-
ed at the 54th annual meet-
ing of the National Confer-
ence cf Jewish Communal
Service held in Atlantic City
last week. The National As-
sociation of Jewish Center
Workers and the National
Sally Grossman To
Be Installed Sharett
President Sunday
B'nai B'rith Young Women of
Sharet Chapter will hold their Par-
ent-Daughter Installation ceremon-
ies on Sunday. 2 p.m., at the Sans
Souci Hotel.
B'nai B'rith National Youth
Commissioner and Miami attorney
Milton Friedman will be installing
officer. Other guests will include
Jerry Carver, BBYO director of
South Florida; Mrs. Florence Good-
man, past adviser for Sharet; Mrs.
Brenner, president of the B'nai
B'rith Coral Gables Women; and
Sally Wellins.
New officers are Sally Grossman,
presfdent; Phyllis Gelbard. 1st vice
president; Anita Cogan, 2nd vice
president; Arline Kroll. recording
secretary; Mignon Benson, corres-
ponding secretary; Maurine Hey-
man. treasurer; Dorothy Bai-V par-
liamentarian; Pauline Glantz, ser-
geant-at-arms; and Lorraine
Council for Jewish Education .*nbcrg counSellor.
also, participated in the Con- | Board members are Arline C
ference. Philip Bernstein, of
Forest Hills, Lonq Island, as-
sociate director of the Council
of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds, was elected
NCJCS president for 1953-
1954. Bernstein formerly held
bert, Arlene Shapiro and Lenore
Cook. Phyllis Gelbard will be host
to a party for the new officers
on Sunday evening at her home at
,2235 SW 12th Street.
Delegates elected to attend the
District Five B'nai B'rith Conven-
tion in Washington, D.C., during
the post of lFt vice president the July 4th weekend. are Sally
of the National Conference of Grossman, Phyllis Gelbard. I
Jewish Communal Service.
raine
Kallenberg and Arline Imber.
Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity of the University of Miami held
its sixth annual anniversary and sweetheart formal at the
Empress Hotel last weekend. Highlight of the affair was the
crowning of Joan Kobrin as Chapter Sweetheart. Joan, pledge
mother of Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority at the University of
Miami, is a resident of Miami Beach. She is shown receiving
the AEPi Sweetheart pin from Jack Sandier, formal chairman,
as a sorority sister looks on. Outstanding brothers of the
chapter received trophies for their accomplishments during
the year. Awards were given to Stan Arkin, outstanding
brother of the year; Willie Schayowitz, outstanding athlete of
the year; and Edward Pastroff, outstanding scholar of the year
for the third consecutive time. New officers elected for next
year are Jack Sandier, master; Don Farber, lieutenant-master;
Bob Levin, exchequer; Dick Goodman, pledge master; Mark.
Goodkind, corresponding scribe; Bill Saiger, scribe; and Stan
Arkin, member-at-large.


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The Bar Mitzvah of Jay
Thorpe, son cf Dr. and Mrs.
Bertram Thorpe, 1025 West
:7th Street, will take place in
the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter on Saturday. June 6th.
?abbi Jacob Kaplan will of-
ciate. An eighth grade stu-
dent at the Nautilus Junior
High School, Jay attends the
Religious School of the Miami
reach Jewish Center.
Allen Brooks Shevach. son of
Dr. and Mrs. Randolph Shev-
ach. 3426 Prairie Avenue. Mi-
ami Beach, will be Bar Mitz-
vah on Saturday, June 6th,
at Temple Beth Sholom. Rab-
bi Leon Kronish will officiate.
Allen is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Nautilus Junior High
School.
Personally Speaking
Dr. and Mrs A. H. Blucstonc. of
llywood), Florida, announce the
rth of a son at the Hollywood
Memorial Hospital on Juno 2nd.
tr tr
Mr and Mrs. Ira Goodman, of
7365 SW 18th Street Road, an-
MUM* the hirth of their daughter.
Hollis Ellen.
tr tr tt
Dr. and Mrs. Harold M. L'nger.
of the Royal Palm Hotel, announce
the birth of their son. Arthur Sid-
ney, at Mount Sinai Hospital on
May 23rd. The new born boy joins
his .sister, Wendy Sue, 4, and
brother, Stephen Wise, 3. Grand-
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
M. Rose, of Miami Beach, and Dr.
and Mrs. Jonas J. Unger, New York
car.
tr tr tr
Mrs. Etna Beck, of 2331 SW 19th
Street, Miami, has just returned
home following an extended trip
up North.
b tr tr
Mrs. Max SHver opened her
borne at 710 SW 21st Road. Miami.
on Teusday evening, for a member-
ship reception of the Beth El Sis-
terhood. Thirty Sisterhood mem-
bers and their guests were enter-
tained, with a program directed by
Mrs. Shmaryahu T Swirsky, pro-
?ram chairman. Floral decorations
and the centerpiece on the buffet
t;:ble were arranged by Mrs. Silver
The 1953 Confirmation Class
cf Temple Israel recently
made a presentation to the
Temple of a portrait of Dr.
Joseph R. Narot, spiritual
leader. The painting is the
work of local artist Mrs. Rey-
na Ullman Youngerman.
Mr and Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz. of
1133 SW 4th Avenue, announce
the birth of their daughter. Bonnie
Francine. at Mount Sinai Hospital
on May 27th. Grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Worth. Miami
Beach, and Mrs. Marion Soltz, Mi-
ami. Great grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Hyman Goldberg, Miami.
fr -tr *
Dr. and Mrs. Clement Geronem-
us. of Hollywood, announce the
birth of their son, David Martin,
at Doctor's Hospital. New York
City, on May 26th. David joins his
brother. Robert. Paternal grand-
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Alexand-
er Geronemus. Hollywood. Matern-
al grandparents are Professor and
Mrs. Neuwirth. New York.
tr tr tr
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schatzman.
of 2395 Lake Pancoast Drive, Miami
Beach, are leaving today for a trip
to Chicago and Los Angeles. They
will return home in six weeks,
t* tr tr
Marcia Palay will celebrate her
sweet sixteen birthday with a swim-
dance at the Delano Hotel on Sat-
urday evening. Marcia will start
her senior year at Miami Beach
High School in September, where
she has just been appointed head
majorette. The date of the affair
was held off for.several weeks to
await the arrival of her sister.
Roberta, a freshman at the Uni-
versity of Alabama Marcia expects
about 100 of her schoolmates at
the swim-dance Parents are Dr.
and Mrs. Lewis Palay.
Ct tr tr
Mr. and Mrs. Sid Lewis, of Nor-
mandy Lsles. Miami Beach, now
have their entirely refurbished
Duncraggan Inn. Hendersonville,
-North Carolina, open for the sum-
mer season The Lewises are rap-
idly becoming famous for their
dahlia-growing activities. Starting
just as a hobby, they now ship over
150.000 of the tubers every year
to firms that package them under
their own labels.
tr tr tr
Mr. and Mrs. Max Applebaum. of
1056 Venetian Way, will leave to-
morrow to spend the summer va-
cation in Long Island. New York.
Going with the Applebaums is their
son. Bernie. who has just graduat-
ed from Miami Beach High School.
tr tx tr
Mrs. Samuel S. Siker, of 1634
Biarritz Drive, has returned home
following a 17-day visit with her
daughter, Dr. JSstelle Siker, Yonk-
ers, New York, and a 10-day stay
at the home of her son and daugh-
ter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. E. S. Siker,
Schwartzman
Picked For Trip
To Israel
Louis Schwartzman, executive di-
rector of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, and fourteen educators
of other communities, have been
selected from all the Jewish edu-
cators throughout the country to
visit the State of Israel on the Edu-
cators' Study Tour of Israel con-
ducted by the Department of Edu-
cation and Culture of the World
Zionist Organization and the Amer-
ican Association for Jewish Educa-
tion.
The Tour leaves New York City
on June 9th for a stop in London,
and then moves direct to Israel.
Schwartzman will tour Cam-
bridge and Oxford Universities in I
England and will participate in the
reception with the Chief Rabbi of
England presiding. In Israel, the
tour includes visits to schools, be-,
ginning at the kindergarten level
through Hebrew University.
While the educators will be
quartered in Jerusalem, field visits
are planned throughout the coun-
try, down to ancient Sodom in the
Negev. Interviews will be held with !
the President and Prime Minister
(of Israel, as well as with the.
heads of the educational depart-,
ments. Lectures and symposia have |
: been scheduled on such topics as
Justice In Israel. Language Meth- j
ods. Literature Of Israel. Trends In
i Education In Israel and others.
Receptions will be held for the
educators in Haifi, Tel Aviv, Jeru-
salem and other centers. In the
absence of Schwartzman, the
Bureau office will be under the
\ supervision of Herbert Berger, di-
rector of Extension Activities.
ni"""
l^AY.JONU
Brian Meringoff, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Saul Meringoff, will
become Bar Mitzvah at Knes-
eth Israel Congregation on
Saturday, June 6th. Mr. Mer-
ingoff is president of Krieseth
Israel. The religious service
will be followed by Kiddush,
a dinner in the evening and
open house at 1110 Pennsyl-
vania Avenue, the entire
weekend. Oat-of-town guests
will be paternal grandpar-
ents Mr. and Mrs. H. Lefko-
witz; and uncle, Lou Mering-
off; Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Fef-
fer and daughters, Gail and
Ina, of Patterson and Clifton,
New Jersey; and Miss Harriet
Gortesman, of New York.
Ronald Ruthfield, sonof'jftH
and Mrs. Max Ruthfield
West Avenue, will be
Mitzvah on Saturday, jS
6th, at the Miami Beach !w,i
ish Center. Rnbbi Jacob K.'1_
Ian will officiate. Ronald J
a seventh grade student jU
the Ida M. Fisher Junior Higkl
School and attends the Miaai')
Beach Jewish Center Re!ig.H
ious School.
Beth Sholom Sisterhood j Comanor \timed
The first meeting of the newly To 0'oiillllilti>i>
elected officers and Board of the
Kenneth Toppel
Wins First Prize
In Essay Contest
Winners of the essay contests
sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish
Education for the Jewish schools
of Greater Miami were announced
this week by Max Meisel, president.
First prize in the contest on
great American-Jewish personali-
ties was won by Kenneth Toppel,
of the Zamora Jewish Center. His
award of a musical menorah was
made on Sunday at a special as-
sembly. Subject of the winning es-
say was. Haym Salomon.
Second prize of a Kiddush cup
was won by Jay Bruce Hess, of
Temple Israel, and awarded at a* fc
similar assembly Sunday. His sub-
ject was. Emma Lazarus. Third
prize of a Kiddush cup was won by
Wancy Dezen, of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center. She wrote on Judah
Touro. The contest is sponsored
annually in honor of American
Jewish History Week.
Winners of the Jacob and Adele
Kaplan awards sponsored by the
Rabbinical Association of Greater
Miami and awarded by Dr. Jacob
H. Kaplan were Frances Frome.
who scored the highest marks
among the graduates of the Hebrew
High School sponsored by the
Bureau of Jewish Education, and
Irwin Siegel. of Beth David Con-
gregation, who scored the highest
mark in the graduation examina-
tions given to graduates of four
I Hebrew schools. The awards were
j Israel Bonds.
Israelite Center Picnic
The PTA of the Israelite Renter
will sponsor a picnic for Religious
School children on Sunday, June
7th. 10 a.m.. at Matheson Ham
mock. A motorcade will leave the
Center at 9:30 a.m. There will be
games and prizes under the super-
vision of Andrew Kornreich. Mrs.
Sam Sandier is chairman, assisted
by Mrs. George Kessler and
Leonard Kaplan.
Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom
will be held on Friday morning,
June 12th, at 10:30 a.m., in the
Temple patio, according to an an-
nouncement by Mrs. Bert S. Klee,
president. Mrs. Klee will announce City.
Albert Comanor. executive d
tor of the Jewish Social Swril
Bureau, has been elected to oj
Executive Committee of the fc]
tional Conferenre of Jewish Cos-j
munal Service during its recegl
business meeting held in Allan*]
the various chairmen of commit-
tees and will outline the program
and projects for the coming year.
Fernandez Speaks -
Sholera Lodge, B'nai B'rith. win
hear Captain Pete Fernandez,
famed jet ace, during its meeting
on Tuesday evening, June 9th, 8:15
p.m., at Temple Israel.
The Executive Committee '
sists of 19 persons representisj;
various fields of Jewish seraa."
Comanor will hold down the cat'
work spot.
The annual conference his bea t
taking place for many yean, do-
ing the course of which prof*
sional personnel gather to ihn!
their knowledge with regardtota> ]
rent developments. Its leadtnaf is drawn from the entire
W.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, who ex-
pect their first child in October.
tr tr tr
Off for a trip to Europe this
month are Mr. and Mrs. Isidore
Goldberg, of 108 6th Terace, Di
Lido Island, Miami Beach. The
Goldbergs will make a tour of the
Swiss Alps and the State of Israel.
HATTIE CARNEGIE GOES WAC-Y Here are tojjj
trends for the summer, the popular bloomer style oau* *
suit worn by Felicia Orovitx. of Miami Beach, and the n
Carnegiekfesigned summer dress suit for the WA^sAtoJ- |
tenant Beverly Lott shows the new white uniform at the ^^ '
Hotel where the two lone WAC's in the Miami area &*%? I
the 11th anniversary of the Women's AnnyCoq
pumps for the out-
ceding the oxford
today.
versary of the Women's Army Corps. I
out-pi-khaki WAC is another ord of" yesterday fox the fashion-minded wp ,


IV. TUNE 5, 1953
* l***U, Flmrlrtfrin
PAGE 7 A
ton Meyers Is
ied Waterbury
irt Pleas Judge
Cjamin Meyers, of Miami, this
[received word of the appoint-
Lf his brother, Milton H. Mey-
judge in the Court of
Jin Pleas in Waterbury, Con-
cut.
Lers' name was on the impar-
list of prospects which the
rbury Bar Association sub-
to Governor John D. Lodge
Iconsideration, according to
ael Ciano, association presi-
The attorney's nomination,
| to the House of Representa-
ad Senate, where it was ap-
by a vote of 24 to 2, was
of seven made by Governor
to complete a slate of judges
|the Superior and Common
Courts.
lers is a veteran worker in the
1 Republican organization. He
ted the Connecticut radio and
fcion efforts of Governor
kas E. Dewey in his two presi-
bids and the successful
igns of President Eisenhower
52. He was also a close as-
of former Governor Ray-
E. Baldwin and Governors
L. McConaughy and James
hannon. He is a brother of
Icourt Judge Mitchell G. Mey-
ith whom he practices law
Waterbury.
in that city in 1904, he at-
ed Yale University and receiv-
fce degrees of Bachelor of Arts
Law from Fordham Law
ol. Judge and Mrs. Meyers,
Iformer Helen Gaunt, re now
(inning in Europe. The couple
i two children, Robert Michael,
|ri Jeffrey, 3.
idelson Unveiling
dedication of a monument
(le memory of Rachel Mendel-
formerly of 2116 SW 23rd
fct, will take place on Sunday,
7th. 11 a.m., at Woodlawn
Cemetery, Reform Section,
Rabbi Joseph Narot officiat-
l.Mr- Mondelson is survived by
sons, Sid, Louis and Julius;
wo daughters, Bertha and Ma-
Arraiujcments are in charge
huriiiondT Monument Company.
(ids and relatives are asked to
Weiss Unveiling
The dedication of
Obituaries
a monument
to the memory of the late Lena!72. .^ESffiffi-fSffSSI"*
Weiss, formerly of 2349. SW 12th Tll,'u" '""I Bcrantonian, 1
Street, will take place Sunday,
June 7th, 2 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Me-
morial Park Cemetery with Rabbi
Simon April officiating. Mrs. Weiss
is survived by her daughter, Mrs.
Louis Chester, also 2 grandchil-
dren. Mrs. Weiss was a member of
the Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation.
Arrangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany. Friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
Rubin Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Celia
Rubin formerly of 411 82nd Ter-
race will take place Sunday, June
7th, 12:30 p.m. on the National
Jewish Workers Alliance Plot of
Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery
with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz offi-
ciating. Mrs. Rubin is survived by
her husband Louis; 3 sons, Alfred,
Hess and Henry, all of Chicago,
111. and a brother Dr. Sam Schanoff,
also two sisters, Mrs. Thelma Dolin
and Miss Ida Schanoff of Los An-
geles, and seven grandchildren.
Arrangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany. Friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
MICHAEL L.
Bcranton,
died Toes-
....'.11 Bhei -Irian
Ave., Miainl B*oh. K-ath followed
MOM lUnaee. II.- i:un,. here lam
November. Ills dauKhter, Mi> David
Roue, of HoBlon, was with him when
he dieil. HemriiH his dauKliter. Mr
1:..oilman leaves a son, Herman S.
Keneral manager of The Tribune, and
" "r",her' Mori-la, circulation manager
of The Scrantonlan. Tentative ar-
rangement are for Bervlces in Scrnn-
ton today. liearh Memorial Chapel Ik
in charge locally.
WILLIAM B. FRIEDMAN
66, pawnbroker, died May 26th. He
came from Savannah, (la., 16 year*
ago and lived at 2161 NW lnt St. He
is survived by hla wife. Elizabeth:
six sons, Arthur, of Miami. Lewis, of
(lainesville, Harry, now in the Mer-
chant Marine, and John, frank and
William Boyd. of Savannah; five
laughters, Catherine ltoyd, Mrs. Jose-
phine Butler and Mrs. Jane Adklns. all
of Miami, Mrs. Mary Spiller, of Fort
Lauderdalc, Mrs. Rita Douglas, of
Jacksonville; a sister, and 24 grand-
children. Services were held in Gor-
don's Miami Chapel.
Yahiel To View Israeli ~
Scene At Lodge Meeting
Haim Yahiel, of Israel, will be
guest speaker of Miami Beach
Lodge No. 1591, B'nai B'rith, dur-
ing its weekly luncheon meeting
on Tuesday, June 9th, 12:15 p.m.,
at the National Hotel.
According to Gershon S. Miller,
chairman, Yahiel is studying diesel
engineering here under the Point
Four Program. He will discuss the
Israeli scene today. Lodge presi-
dent is Gilbert J. Balkin.
MURRAY KOSSMAN
39, of 2174 SW 24th Ter., died last
Friday, May 29th. A paper jobber, he
came here seven years ago from New
York. Surviving are his wife, li.-rtha.
two sons, Bobbie and David; Miami;
his mother, a brother and five sisters,
including Mrs. Helen l'arker, Miami
Beach. Ieal Bervice were held Sat-
unlay evening in the Miami Chapel of
Gordon's Funeral Home. Burial took
place in New York.
Radio Synagoa
I Am An American will be the
subject of a sermon by Rabbi S.
M. Machtei on the Radio Synagog
at 9 a.m., Sunday, over station
WQAM. This is in observance of
Know Your America week. There
will also be prayers, scripture
reading, music and a question box.
.ISSII Annual
Mooting Sunday
The Jewish Social Service Bur-
eau will hold its 33rd annual meet-
ing in the Starlight Room of the
Biscayne Terrace Hotel on Sunday
morning, June 7th. Mrs. Stanley
C. Myers, president of JSSB, will
discuss the new role of the agency
in Miami.
New members of the Bureau
Board will also be proposed at the
Sunday meeting by Mrs. Aaron
Fair, chairman of the Nominating
Committee. Highlighting the pro-
gram will be a puppet show, Seeing
Is Believing, portraying modem
case work in action.
New Law Partnership
Herbert U. Feibelman and Har-
old Friedman announce the forma-
tion of a partnership for the gen-
eral practice of law. The partner-
ship was effective on June 1st.
Waltzer Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Fannie
Waltzer, formerly of 2291 NW 5th
Avenue, will take place Sunday,
June 7th, 2:30 p.m. at Mt. Sinai
Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs.
Waltzer is survived by her husband
Sam.
Arrangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany. Friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
JACK ROSENBAUM
63. of .16 Washington Avenue, died
May 30th. He came here 7 years ago;
engaged In retail grocery business.
Survivors include wife. Fried, two
sens, including Theodore Boss, of Mi-
ami, and two daughters. Remains
were sent to New York for services
and burial. Local arrangements were
by the Riverside Chapel, Miami
Beach.
ANNA LEVINE
SO, of 737 11th Street, died May 31st.
Mrs. Levlne was a resident of Miami
Beach for 6 years, she is survived by
four sons. Albert Bernard, I-ouls I/e-
vine. Max Levlne and Herman Levlne.
Services were held May 31st at the
Riverside Chapel of Miami Beach, with
Rabbi Joseph K. Rackofsky officiating.
Interment took place at Mt. Nebo
Cemetery.
Ruddy Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of Emanuel Ruddy
will take place on Sunday, June
7th, 11 a.m., at Mount Nebo Ccme-
MOZELTO" DASSA
83, of 213 Collins Avenue, died May
31st. She is survived by four sons Had
one daughter. Services were held May
Slat, ismducted by the Sephardlc Jew-
ish ltmtherhood of America, of which
she was a member. Interment was
in Mt. Sinai Memorial Park.
ISAAC LIPSON
322 l"9th SI ie.1.
oA of 322 lWlh Street. Golden
Shores, die I May list He- Is survived
by his Wife, Rebecca, two daughters,
Mrs. Miriam Wise, of I-.s Angeles,
, and lira. Judith Yabroff, of wads-
tery, with Rabbi Leon Kronish of-"worth. Ohio, one -on. Pvt. Alex Llp-
son. I'.S. Armed Forces, Korea, three
brothers. Simon. Jonah and Ijizar. all
lsllich Unveiling
Be dedication of a monument to
f:mcmo*y: of the late Harry
Miami Beach, will take
Sunday, June 7th, 2 p.m. on
liarai Beach -K. of P. Plot of
Binai Memorial Park Cemetery.
stitch is .survived by his
WMretV
ngemeats are in charge of
'- J.fiami Monument Com
Friends and relatives are
es are asked to attend.
ficiating. Formerly of 1973 Mar-
seilles Drive, Mr. Ruddy is surviv-
ed by his wife, Gertrude, and one
I daughter, Rose. Arrangements are
| in charge of Thurmond Monument
Company. Friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
LEGAL, NOTICE
1TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
FTTK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Undersigned, desiring to engage In
Bess under the fictitious name of
NEI. BAR, 3*32 N.W. 7th St.,
' Intends to register said name
the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Mb County, Florida.
JOHN 8. WELLS
PHKN F KESKLER
rne> for Applicant
V. 22nd Ave.
MS-2S
ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TICK is HEREBY OIVEN that
ilersigned, desiring to engage In
ess under the fictitious name of
HAIRSTYLIST, at 2617 SW.
Ave.. Miami. Intend to register
name with the Clerk of the Clr-
.Court of Dade County, Florida.
JOSEPHINE R. MAN1LOFF
,. I-'ANNIS D. ROFFLER
12-19-26
ll)l
Obituaries
JACOB 8ELL8
17, of 236 Ninth St., Miami Beach,
owner of Sells Jewelry Store on Wash-
ington Ave., died May SSth at home.
He came here 11 yeate ago from New-
York and Is survived by his wife. An-
na; a son, Jules; a daughter, Mrs.
Betty Levlne, and three grandchild-
ren, all of Mlnmi Beaeh. Services and
burial will take place In New York,
with Riverside Memorial Chapel, Mi-
ami Beach, In charge of local ar-
rangement!,
MELVIN LEO HOFFMAN
52. of 425 20th St., Miami Beach, died
May Mth In a hoapltah- He moved
here 10 year* ago from New York and
had operated a gift shop in the Uoney
Plaia Hotel. Services will be In New-
York with Beach Memorial Chapel
la charge of local arrangement*.
ABRAHAM KLEIN
74, of 1748 NW 58th St.. died Sunday.
A retired painter, he came here 10
years ago from New Jot* City. He
was a member of the Workmen s Cir-
cle and Painters Local 3S. He Is sur-
vived by a son and two daughters In
New York. The body was sent to
New York City for services and bur-
ial by Gordon Funeral Home.
f Cleveland, and four grandchildren.
He was an active member of the
Religious School Faculty of Temple
Beth Sbolom. Services were bald on
June 2nd at the Riverside < hai.el of
Miami Bench, with Rabbi !"> Kron-
ish officiating. Mr. Llpson was as-
sociated for over forty years with the
Eagle Wholesale Grocery, founded By
his father In Cleveland. Ohio, jndalao
associated with the Midland Ftoodi
Company, of Cleveland. Interment
was in Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
HARRY
MEYERSON
Missed away
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Ne. 24,4*3
KKTATE OF
'>IS MINSK, Deceased
TICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
_,_ DISCHARGE
fj'TlCE Is hereby gtven that I have
y final report and petition for
1 I'lacharge aa Executrix of the
' of LOF18 MINSK, deceased;
'hat on the 2nd day of July, 1X1.
m apply to tha Honorable County
of Dade Connty. Florida, for
*val of said final report and for
discharge as Executrix of the
"" 'f IA>ClS MINSK, deceased.
"is 2nd day of June. 1951.
ABBIE M1NUC.
As Executrix of the estate of
, LOI is MINSK. Deceased.
fhllS. HKIMAN KAPLAN
Bornoy, for Executrix
65, of 978 SW Sth Street, passed away
Friday. Mav 29th, In a local hospital.
Survived by hi. wife. Odette, three
eons. Harrv, Jr. Charles and William,
two daughters. Mr.. Helen Janow and
Marv two brother.. Michael and Har-
o". and two sisters, Ella Bobbin.and
Ruchael Judelson. Funeral Mr>Ue
at The
were held Monday, June Int.
Miami Riverside. Interment followed
In Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
HARRY DREYFACH
58, of 134 20th Street. Miami Beach
died June 1st. He is survived by his
wife. Marjorle, and one Stotar. Bit
Thelma Ettenson, of New York < K
Remains were sent to New tortt tor
services and burial. He was a retired
manufacturers W?-^S.S>tS5
here several years ago from -New lorn
city.
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-UMJ^rk^rHi^
Mist Suiann* Dvbois
Mrs* 0 ypi'4'Ms To
lie Installed
The Chaim Weitzmann Group of
Hadassah will hold its seventh an-
nual installation dinner at the Gar-
den Restaurant. 2235 SW 8th
Street, on Wednesday. June 10th.
7 pm.
Officers to be installed are pres-
ident. Mrs. Harvey Cypress; 1st
vice president. Miss Edith Bern-
Btein; 2nd vice president. Mrs. Har-
ry Bassine; recording secretary.
Mrs Philip Botwinik: and corres-'
ponding secretary. Mrs. Robert'
Goran.
Guest speaker will be Miss Shal-'
onu Shawmut. Installing officer i'
Miss Lillian Goodman. The invoca-
tion will be given by Mrs Samuel
Sakrais, president of the Greater
Miami Chapter of Hadassah. The
benediction address will be by Mrs
Joseph Shawmut chairman is Mrs.
Peter Brode.
Lodge Has Talk On Allergy
Maccabee Lodge, Knights of
Pythias, heard Dr. Morris Schwartz-
berg last niuht in a discussion of i
chiropractic relief for allergies. |
38%annc Dubois To
Wed Hay Fisher
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dubois. of
317 Fluvia. Coral Gables, announce
the betrothal of their daughter.
Suanne Louise, to Raymond D.
Fisher, son of Mrs. Bertha Fishcrt
Forest Hills, boag Island, New
York.
The daughter of the University
of Miami Symphony Orchestra's
concert master attended the Birch
Wathen private high.school in New
York and graduated from Coral
Gables Senior High School. She is
now a student at the UM, where
she is a member of Lead and Ink.
journalism honorary. She is also
associate editor of Ibis and drama
critic of the Hurricane. Miss Du-
bois is on the Dean's List.
Mr. Fisher graduated from Mi-
ami Beach High School and the
University of Miami, where he was
a member of Omicron Delta Kappa,
national leadership and scholar-
ship honorary; Iron Arrow, local
honorary; and Sigma Delta Chi,
journalism fraternity. He was listed
in Who's Who In American Col-
leges And Universities and served
as editor of Tempo. UM undergrad
uate magazine.
At present, Mr Fisher is em-
ployed as director of the UM photo
center. The couple plan a Fall wed-
ding.
Chamber Music Classes
Offered By University
Stringed instrument players will
have an opportunity this summer
to enroll in chamber music classes
at the University of Miami School
of Music Victor Stern, teacher of
viola and a member of the School
of Music faculty, will be in charge ;
of the classes
Registration will be held at the
beginning of the first summer ses-1
sion. June 15th and 16th Classes
will meet for two periods per week
for the six week session.
CHICKEN SOUPS
rkUOVlfVtt \ jjjjjjgrjjj satisfying.
With Matzeh BoW
<>r
KfflodiNeeSes
.gUg^TR^
IY THE BAKERS OF "OVE
nsr ifHiirlli hatzoh
Mrs. Howard Levin*
Miss Peckerman
Chooses Gown Of
Chant illy Lace
In a garden wedding at 440 West
40th Street. Miami Beach. Miss De-
lores Jean Peckerman, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Peckerman.
1755 Calais Drive, became the bride
of Howard Levine, son of Mrs.
Jeannette Levine and the late Har-
ry Levine, 9333 Byron Avenue.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated
at the ceremony which was held
on May 24th.
Best man was David Levine. Di-
ana Peckerman was maid of honor.
Ushers were Yale Levine and Gil-
bert Levine.
The bride selected a gown of
white chantilly lace which was
ballerina-length, with pleated ny-
lon tulle ruffle on the bottom of
the skirt. Her fingertip illusion veil
was attached to a cloche of lace
and seed pearls. She carried or-
chids on a Bible.
Newlywed Mrs. Levine attended
Miami Beach High School, the Uni-
versity of Miami and the Univer
sity of Florida.
Mr. Levine was graduated from
Meutchen High School, Meutchen,
N. J., and spent tow and one-
half years in the Navy. He attend-
ed the University of Miami. The
couple are honeymooning in New
Orleans and Chicago. They will
make their home on Miami Beach
Sheila Zalka Choose.*
September Wedding
A reception at the Roney Plaza
Hotel Sunday honored Miss Shelia-
Marlene Zalka and her fiance, Ar-
thur J. Kline. -Their engagement
is announced by her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Nathaniel Zalka, 1446
Lenox Avenue, Miami Beaeh.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Senior High School and at-
tended the University of Miami,
where she was a member of Delta
Phi Epsilon Sorority.
Mr. Kline is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Saul Kline, 1735 SW 13th
Avenue. He attended Weequahic
High School, Newark, New Jersey,
Texas Technological College and
received the I.LB degree from the
University of Miami Law School.
He was a charter member of
Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity and a
member of Nu Beta Epsilon, legal
fraternity. During World War n,
Mr. Kline served as a Lieutenant in
the Air Force
He is now a partner in the law
firm of Warren, Klein, Lehrman,
Shorcnstein and Kline. The wed-
ding will take place in September.
_FRIDAY
nniEi

*' Sheli, M. J,ft,
Masada Swim-Dance
Masada Miami Beach Young Ad-
ult District will present a swim-
dance at the Indian Queen Hotel
j on Saturday evening, 8 p.m. In
I charge of the affair are Joan Coh-
en, social chairman and Ira Jos-
J eph, co-chairman. ~ Assisting are
| Marline Kalik, correspondence;
I Sam Soldinger, arrangements: Ed
Oka. contests: Gil Rappaport, re-
freshments; and Lila Gross, hos-
pitality.
^Tn"' ,CHKP,M E* SJ
The Lorhcr chapter. kT1
Home for Jewish child J
ver Colorado, held its 1*,
of the season last Sunday,
in the Ritz Plaza Hotel *>
to Mrs. Herbert Wileosb ,
man. Mrs. Sam Alexander",
dent, said that proceeds a
the needy asthmatic youu,
cd in the home.
Elderly Gentlei
withea a woman to act ai cum
caretaker or work part tnT
be clean and ablt to cook. OwdU
light work Rrpiy bv lett:r r m>
on alter 4 p.m. UM SW Sti]
**?< Bui 2. ,top .Hthjt'J
12th Ave.
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MAKE RESERVATIONS HOWS
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Hialea'.x Annual Picnic
The annual picnic for Sunday j
and Hebrew School students of the
Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Com-i
munity Center will In- held on Sun-
day, June 7th, at Greynolds Park.
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Mizrachi Women Hold
Moonlight Cruise 14th
A moonlight cruise on June 14th
I will take the Miami Beach Miz-
I rachi Women's organization onto
I Biscayne Bay for the annual affair
which will benefit the Bessie Gotts-
feld Children's Village at Raanana
in Israel.
The ride will begin at 5 p.m.,
when the Yacht Seven Seas will
leave Pier 8 of the Miami City
Yacht Basin.
Mrs. Esther Eisenstein. presi-
dent, will head a group of hostes-
ses. The Mesdames Harry Sir, Sam-
uel Grundwerg, Rose Lustig. Jo-
seph Brenner and R. Schechter are
in charge of arrangements.
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niiir
lY, JUNE 5. J_953_
+Jewlstrhrldl/a,ri
Miss Kane HMMh
ilstein, Cristal
Irolhal Told ,
necting on the University of
campus will lead to mar-
[for Diane Edclstein and Paul
k
nouncement of the couple's
fcement is made by the bride-
mother, Mrs. Sidney Edei-
of 1350 Pennsylvania Av-
Miami Beach. The bride-
Is father is the late Mr. Edel-
Cristal is the son of Mr.
Mrs David Cristal, St. Louis.
piri.
fa Edelstefii is a sophomore at
Diversity of Miami and treas-
[of Alpha Kpsilon Phi Soror-
Rhc > also sweetheart of Zeta
[Tail her fiance's fraternity.
Cristal is a senior and a
er of Alpha Kappa Psi, hon-
business fraternity.
i Levkoff Wins Prize
Poetry Contest Here
jpoem by Mrs. Jack Levkoff
| first prize in the poetry con-
recently conducted by the
County Federation of Worn-
I Clubs Mrs. Levkoff's poem.
Was Our Heritage, also won
ie for the best sonnet, award-
State Poet Laureate Vivian
more Rader.
kte Fine Arts Chairman Mrs.
ppy Staats read Mrs. Levkoff's
to some 200 members of the
ration assembled for luncheon
ke Marina Terrace at Dinner

>
p Kwitnay, honor student
[Miami Beach Senior High
tiocI and daughter of Mr.
J Mrs. Harry Perach Kwit-
mstructors at the He-
? Academy, was the re-
Went of the second prize in
State of Florida Larimer
der Poetry Contest. The
" poem. If I Should Meet
fadred Soul, was read last
odav over radio station
MM. Ziva is a member
Hie graduating class of
M and is on the staff of
Pryo. Miami Beach High
*ool creative publication.
s also a Sunday school
Pc--er ct the Miami Beach
fish Center and an active
M*>r of the Bonim Group.
PAGE 9
Miss Belly freedman
Hetty's Betrothal
Told By Freedmans
The engagement of their daugh-
ter, Betty, to Second Lieutenant
Arnold L. Goldman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Goldman, 9424 Byron
Avenue, has been announced by
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Freedman,
2132 Alton Road.
The bride-elect graduated from
Forest Park High School in Balti-
more, Maryland. She is a member
of Clara Hirsch Laudau Chapter,
B'nai B'rith Young Women.
Lieutenant Goldman received the
BS degree in civil engineering
from the University of Miami. He
also did two years of graduate
work at the University of Florida
and is associated with the general
contracting form of Aaron Gold-
man.
Lieutenant Goldman is now sta-
tioned at Lowry Air Force Base in
Denver, Colorado.
;Mrs.ftrrman Heads
jDeborah Kadassah
Installation ceremonies of offi-
cers for the coming year of the
j Deborah Group of Hadassah took
place at a luncheon in the Sans
Souci Hotel on Wednesday.
New president is Mrs. Herbert
Gutman. Officers who will serve
with her are vice presidents, Mrs.
Leo Tinnier, Mrs. S. H. Taran and
Mrs. Murray Graham; treasurer.
Mrs. Sam Rubin; financial secre-
tary, Mrs. Harold Hornreich; cor-
responding secretary, Mrs. Stanley
Schewel; recording secretary, Mrs."
Don Taylor; social secretary, Mrs.
Joel Newman, and parliamentarian.
Mrs. Ralph Shere.
Board members are the Mes-
dames Leo Levin, honorary, Wil-
liam Lee, Edward Cohen, Irving
North Dade Sisterhood Meet
North Dade Jewish Center Sis-
terhood will meet on Monday eve-
ning, June 8th, 8 p.m., at the Cen-
ter. iParlor games are planned.
Mrs. Herbert Gutman
Cypen, Louis Gorfine, Philip Green-
berg, Louis Grossman, David Good-
man, Syd Grossman, Erwin Harris,
Lee Howard, William Kogan, L. E
Lubin, David Levinson, Irving
Nathanson, Pat Pike. Maurice Rich
| Eugene Schwarz, Alex A. Straus,
Jereme Weitzman and Mrs. Harold
Miss Joan Wexelman
Joan Wexelman Is
Engaged On Parents'
Silver Wedding Day
On their silver wedding anniver-
sary, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wexel-
man, of 1550 Drexel Avenue, Mi-
ami Beach, announced the betroth
al of their daughter, Joan, and Al-
vin I. Bakst, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Al Wapnaish, 1321 Alton Road.
Announcement was made at a
cocktail buffet in the Empress Ho-
tel which honored both occasions.
The engaged couple have known
each other since they were stu-
dents together at Central Beach
Elementary School. Both attended
Miami Beach High School. Mr.
Bakst was a student at the Uni-
versity of Miami and belonged to
Phil Epsilon Pi Fraternity.
Miss Wexelman is now a UM
student and a member of Delta Phi
Epsilon Sorority.
4
Miss Yetta Klein
Miss Klein (lets Hint?
On 10th Birthday
Miss Yetta Klein received her
engagement ring from Danny
Weintraub on her 19th birthday.
Celebration of the event and the
couple's betrothal were marked
with a party here at the home of
the bride-elect's parents, Mr. and'
Mrs. William Klein. 500 NW 17th
Avenue.
Mr. Weintraub, who is in 'lie*
jewelry business in Detroit, is the*
son of Mr. and Mrs. Saul Wein-
traub, of that city. He is a gradu-
ate of Miami High School, where
he first met his fiancee.
Miss Klein attended Croton-on-
the Hudson, New York, and gradu-
ated from Miami High School. She
is now attending La France Beauty
School.
Wynn. music for the program. The in\ oca-
Co-chairmen of the luncheon tion was read by Mrs. Louis Gid-
were the Mesdames Cypen, Harris, ney. Mrs. M. Rich was installing:
and Schwarz. A skit entitled,' officer. Mrs. William Lee. outgoing
Screen Test For Officers, was fea-1 president, delivered the annual re-
tured. Mrs. Wynn was in charge of port.


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Capitol Spotlight
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
(Copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
WASHINGTON While Secre-
tary of State John Foster Dulles
was in the Middle East presenting
a goodwill pistol to Egyptian dic-
tator Naguib, the Arab states
brandished a hostile pistol at the
heads of American business firms.
The Arabs notified US business-
men that they would lose all Arab
business if they continued to trade
with Israel.
General Adib Shishekly, boss of
Syria, called for intensification of
the economic boycott as the beat
means of destroying Israel. The
General notified aviation compa-
nies and other firms that they
would be deprived of Arab business
unless they terminated dealings
with Israel. American firms, which
had protested to the State Depart-
ment, waited to see what action
Dulles would take during his visit
to Syria.
Time Magazine, a pro-Adminis-
tration publication, later reported
that during the Dulles junket. Gen-
eral Shishekly "seemed to impress
Dulles more than any other Arab
leader ... At US Ambassador
James Moose's reception, the two
ducked out into the garden with a
few aides, conferred animatedly
for two hours and came away with
satisfied grins. Good guess: The
US would undertake to arm and
help train Syria's tough little army.
Dulles might have been
1949 New York Senatorial race
(which he lost) and generally
against Ike in 1992. Said Dulles:
"The US wants to recapture the
Arab world's friendship." Said the
Premier: "You must show us^acts.
not words."
Anxious for the State Depart-
ment to take action on .the dirty
linen emerging from the Near
'Cast, Lehman sent the washing ma-
chine company'm-ViUer U> the De*
partment Assistant Secretary of
State Thurston B. Morton replied
that the Department was re-exam-
ining the facts of the anti-Ameri-
can boycott and was "looking to an
appropriate occasion to reassert
the United States feeling on the
matter." Apparently. Dulles" con-
versation about Jews voting against
him was not considered an appro-
priate occasion.
Washington observers know that
if the boycott is intensified to the
further detriment of American bus-
iness, more facts will come out in
the wash.
Our UN Newsletter
By ARTHUR LIWIS
(Copyright, 1953, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inv.)
UNITED NATIONS A recent
hearing of a Senate Foreign Rela-
tions' Subcommittee, during which
bitter attacks were made against
Israel, is taken as a sign here oi
Washington's growing interest in
the Palestine question and partic-
ularly that part of it relating to
the Arab refugees. When he was
on his tour of the Middle East. Sec-
retary of State John Foster Dulles
visited a refugee camp and is re-
ported to have commented after-
wards that it was one of the most
terrible things he had ever seen.
The witnesses before the sub-
committee were heavily stacked
against Israel: they included the
well known Arab propagandist,
m I George M. Barakat. and a couple
pressed by General Shishekly. but j of Westerners who take the Arab
the attempts of Syria and other, cause as tneir own what (hey said
Arab states to intimidate IS bus- was no( much different than what
iness firms did not impress the vic-
timized firms. One organization.
the Easy Washing Machine Com-
pany. Syracuse.-New York, outlined
its indignation in a letter to Sena-
tor Herbert H Lehman. The firm's
export manager. S. H. Lewis, wrote
that "the Syrian Government
would not permit the importation
of washers because we were also
selling to Israel."
Lewis warned that "if this situs-
i the Arab delegates have said so
often at the United Nations, but
diplomatic observers here are
afraid that they may have .im-
pressed the Senators who don't
know the background of the Pales-
tine situation.
Barakat even went beyond the
Arab representatives here in de-
manding not only the "interna-
tionalization" of Jerusalem but also
an "internationalized corridor"
tion is not effectively and quickly connecting Jerusalem with the
corrected, such practices might re- Mediterranean None of the Arabs
suit in an ever-widening scope."
The executive indicated doubt u to
whether the State Department was
here, as far as can be remembered,
has proposed such a monstrous de-
vice, at least recently and only an
irresponsible individual such as
this Arab propagandist would sug-
gest it after all the unhappy ex-
perience there has been with "in-
ternationalized corridors."
There is not much point in going
into all that, Barakat said he
trotted out all the stale Arab de-
realiy taking effective action. "We
do not know what action our gov-
ernment has undertaken to effect
steps to protect the interests of
American free enterprise and trade
. The present status of our brand
of goods in these Arab countries
does not indicate that such steps
have been effective because we
are advised that we cannot sell
washers in Lebanon or Syria sim-
ply because we sell washers in Is- i U the refugees but it should j manitarian venture, and -aH dee|
the news. He asserted that Israel
should release Arab funds and ap-
parently doesn't know that Israel
has already agreed to do this with-
out any reciprocal undertaking on
the part of the Arabs.
What is surprising about this
testimony before the Senate For-
eign Relations Subcommittee is
way that Monsignor McMahon, rep-
resenting the Roman Catholic Near
Eastern Welfare Society, should
second Barakat in almost every-
thing, including his demand for
the "internationalization of Jeru-
salem." This prelate, who was
careful to say that he was not
"anti-Semitic" but a humanitarian,
apparently had not taken the
trouble to find out that the Arabs
themselves are opposed to the in-
ternationalization o f Jerusalem,
that Jordan would be furious if
this proposal got beyond a mere
epithet to be hurled at the Jews.
Stephen Penrose. the president of
the American University of Beirut,
could hardly be expected to be an
objective witness and also took the
Arab stand.
Some of the State Department
officials appeared before the sub-
committee, including Walter Bedell
Smith, who urged that the United
States should continue its support
for the United Nations Relief and
Works Agency in its effort to re-
settle the Arab refugees in the
Arab countries to which they have
fled. He recommended that the'
agency's actual relief work be giv-
en a longer term of life, till June
30, 1956.
According to the latest report.
UNRWA has been able to resettle
some 12.000 refugees in the past
year, whereas the annual birthrate
among the refugees amounts to
"Graduation" from, Nursery School was a happy and im
ant occasion at the Greater Miamj Jewish Community Cm
which presented 25 diplomas to boys and giils, whowJ
prepared to enter first grade in the Fall. Shown above J
head teacher Mrs. Jules M. Friedman and Edwaid Baa
ceiving his diploma.
It is with a feeling of deep humility that I
express my sincere and grateful appre-
ciation to my friends and supporters for
their efforts in my behalf.
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Mayor of Miami Beach
(P mands for a re-adjustment of Is- ] 25,000. Thus, the agency is fighting
reel's borders and the return of1 a losing battle in this truly hu
- 1
Thanks.
To the thousands of friends and
fellow citizens for their confidence
in voting for me Tuesday.
Harold Mi. Spaet
MM IVIill.nl A-lv I
rael."
"These Arab countries which are
openly discriminating against legi-
timate American interests," Lewis
said, "are, we believe, at the same
time receiving substantial
American aid in various forms.
They are demanding and m seme
cases receiving American political
support. The considerable amounts
of money paid to these states as
foreign aid by our government,
be pointed out that this gentleman j to the refusal on the part of the
does not even keep abreast with Arab governments to cooperate.
Heinz Pickles Perk Up Heals; Sweet
Variety Is Most Versatile For Flavoring
Pickles perk up a mealespe
cially at the beginning. There's
nothing so taste-tempting as a tray
of "pickle pickups," canapes made
either directly or indirectly, is ul- with crisp piquant pickles. Next
timately the money of the Ameri
can taxpayer. It would thus seem
incomprehensive to us that we
should pay our own money to as-
sist countries that boycott, or
threaten to boycott, our products."
Lewis said his company ventured
to assume "that the heads of the
Arab governments have not been
confronted with these subjects in
clear and unequivocal terms." The
company suggested to the State De-
partment "that the time has come"
for such action. "It is felt," said
Lewis, "that it is the duty of our
government to protect American
interests in situations of thi kind
which we feel are unjustified and
discriminatory."
Lebanon was named in the
charges of the washing machine
company. What corrective action
did Dulles take in Lebanon? Time
Magazine reported: "Dulles delight-
ed Premier Saeb Salaam of Leba-
non, at his fifth stop, by his can-
dor. Stoutly denying that US Mid-
dle East policy is Zionist-dictated,
Dulles said teat the Jews as a
whole had voted against him in the
time you have guests, try a few of
the suggestions given below. If
you buy the convenient 7' j-ounce
and pint-sized jars of pickles, you
can easily afford to employ several
different varieties at one meal.
Most versatile are preserved
sweet pickles, cross cut sweets,
sweet pickle sticks and fresh cu-
cumber pickle. The jewel-like
pickled onions and India relish
spark the canape tray, too.
PICKLE PICKUPS
with mayonnaise or salad dressing.
Fold in stiffly beaten egg white
Spread thinly on salted wafers and
toast under broiler 2 to 3 minutes
or until puffed and delicately
browned. Serve immediately.
Makes a large number of puffs.
6 ONION-ANCHOVY SPREAD
2 3-ounce packages cream cheese,
softened
10 anchovies, finely chopped
Vj cup finely chopped Heinz
Pickled Sour Onions
11 teaspoon pickled onion juice
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the opening of his offices for the
practice of architecture at 11170
NE 79th Street. Miami.
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All parties were quick to
Pat foreign press reports
the conflict as one over
lg of the Communist flag
gross error.
In-Gurion made this point
ftement to Parliament in
|e stressed the widspread
the' need for national
\d pledged himself to ef-
jtore and, if possible, to
b Government coalition,
id Coalition Vital
Her it my duty to make,
next few days, an earn-
to maintain a broad
'which is vital to the
It. Ben-Gurion told Par-
f"It is perfectly clear to
hen is no real ground for
: crisis. We are faced with
orary misunderstanding
be settled by a display
till and mutual trust.
problem of the flag," Mr.
on continued, "has been
se interpretation abroad.
| newspapers abroad pre-
he case as if there were
between the members
abinet. or the coalition par-
tly Communist flag. Ex-
a mail group of five.
ARE EXPECTED
BEN-GURION
despite the severe economic diffi-
culties a gradual recovery could be
accomplished.
The General Zionists saw in the
proposed unified educational pro-
gram a method of putting an end
ILu a 0l fyStem of Party-con-
trolled and politically-inspired edu-
cation, one of the fundamentals
for uniting the population in a
deeper understanding of common
statehood, he asserted. For the
achievement of this and other im-
portant aims, his party was will-
ing to sacrifice and wait. Dr. Bern-
stein stated. He pointed out that
implementation of this program
seemed assured, particularly since
the Premier had vigorously sup-
The Maps, Contr.l Committee's "eft to nght) ore Harry Friedman. Herman Shapiro. Efrom Mescheloff. Henry Mendelsohn
SS-meln .SBft-VS. ISSS^ aSSiM-" 'he *>"* ^P- Ioph lane, Ed,'Gin.bL^Ust
former party school system, pro- I-----------------------------_________________________,________________
Hebrew Academy
row toft^fr.n1.? m6p.nbeuS VhG i953 Graduatin9 Class of the Hebrew Academy, r,
row uett to right) are Phvlhs Katz. Rnhhi AIBvnnHfl, r.me. --ii __j J_v "
bably in a more damaging form
than before. Therefore, the Gen-
eral Zionists were leaving the
Cabinet although they did so with
full awareness of the grave conse-
quences of their action. But, he em-
phasized, the General Zionist Min-
isters were convinced that to have
f^.^.*!^'*0"141. have done'tata with words and musfcby Ira" | reconvene before a new Bundestag
Graduation Is Set
For Wednesday
TSh'JS^ a,drama,ic can-1 adjourn on July 3rd. and may no't
only five Communists the state and the people "of" IsVaT. and JudiS , 120 members of the Is-1 a most unforgivable disservice." Presented by the 60-voice Hebrew I here ar "hat"fJ'LSSZ
hZi^SJ 21 College Students
Named Counselors
At GMJCC Camps
Continued from Page 1 A
the upper house for final endorse-
ment and enactment into law.
Since Parliament will probably
b
i
:
rliamenti there is not a
arty bearing the Commu-
(w that not only within the
parties, but also in wider
htn i- a conviction of the
national unity today, and
whatever depends on me
[the next few days for the
Ition of the government
and. if possible, to widen
is no discussion within
Hnet regarding the impor-
the Education Bill as it
ased with general consent,
Ire are minor misunder-
JS on a few details, and I
at within the next few
too will be settled."
r. Bernstein's Stand
retz Bernstein, General
eader, told a press confer
| in the government al-
they had been obliged to
number of compromises
|jomic and financial policy
felt were hardly justi-
phe situation. But, he went
; General Zionists had con-
Ito share responsibility for
kernment in the hope that
Flays Tardiness In
Establishing Israel
Continued from Page 1 A
the graduating class at commence-
ment exercises of the Academy
on Wednesday evening, June 10th,
8 p.m., in the Hibiscus Masonic
Lodge.
Harry Genet, vice president of
existence. As long as That group tne Aeademy and chairman of the
rnmiip.' ikn.^ *L_>__ TTvA/*llt lira f \ ,n,... t ...:tl j_i;____
remains there there is a constant
building up of hatred against the
Jews."
He urged action to settle the
Palestine Arab refugee problem
"either within or without Israel"
and declared that "there seems to
be no peaceful solution in the Near
East until this refugee problem is
settled."
Report Expected
In Washington, the House For-
eign Affairs Committee expected
to report out for floor action in
the near future a bill introduced
by Representative Frances P. Bol-
ton providing for an investigation
by the Mutual Security Agency of
the Arab refugee situation.
Mrs. Bolton, chairman of the
Near Eastern Subcommittee of the
Foreign Affairs Committee, intro-
duced the bill which would charge
the MSA director with conducting
an intensive study of the Arab
refugee problem and reporting
back within 90 days with recom-
mendations.
Asking quick Congressional ac-
tion on the measure, Mrs. Bolton
said that President Eisenhower
"has made it clear that the United
Aeademv rhnn, "ebrew. her* ^r that the government's
Chorus and members of | action may have come too late for
completion of the complicated leg-
islative process in the current Par-
liamentary session. A government
spokesman refused to guess wheth-
er the legislation would be passed
before July 3rd.
Both the West German Govern-
ment and Chancellor Adenauer
Executive Committee, will deliver
greetings. Maurice Klein, chairman
of the Americanism Committee,
Miami Beach Elks Lodge No. 1601,
will make the presentation of an-
nual awards to prize winners in
the essay contest on What Democ-
racy Means To Me.
Among special Awards of Merit
scheduled for presentation will be
the General Scholarship Medal, by
the Hebrew Academy Directorate;
Hebrew Studies Award, by the
Fathers' Club; Character and Hu-
man Relations Award, by the He-
brew Academy Room Mothers
(PTA); and Essay and Journalism
Award, sponsored by The Jewish
Florid ian.
According to an announcement
by Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, .prin-
cipal, Phyllis Katz, daughter of
Reverend and Mrs. Jacob Katz, Mi-
ami Beach, has been selected by
the faculty of both the Hebrew
and English Departments as vale-
dictorian. Guest speaker will be
Irvin W. Katz, principal of Miami
Beach Senior High School, who
will deliver the charge to gradu-
ates.
Diplomas for the Hebrew and
English Departments will be pre-
have repeatedly undertaken to ex-
pedite the passage of an indemni-
fication law. Its introduction in
this present state a little more
Twenty-one local college stu-
dents and college graduates have
been assigned as counselors to
guide the group activities of the
Day Camps operated by the Great-
er Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter, it was announced this week.
At the Center's Town Branch,
Rita Fogel, Sanford Vernick, Myles
Eaton, Bernard Kulchin, Evelyn
Nieberg and Dorothy Reich, all of
the University of Miami, and Sue
Wallach, formerly of Washington
University, will be in charge of
counseling activities.
Senior counselors for the Beach
than a month before Parliament's ?ra,nF.h include Beatrice Schwartz.
adjournment may be too late to do
justice to the claims of tens of
thousands of Nazi victims who for
more than eight years have been
waiting for some compensation for
damages suffered at the hands of
the Nazis.
k Solomon Goldman,
leader of Anshe Em-
nagegue and president
I &onist Organization of
f;a from 1938 to 1940,
J 59 in Chicago follow-
long iiiae^ The Rus.
nr leader came to
at the age of 9. He
1 hi preparatory edu-
^ W the RabBi Isaac Q-
J Semmary and New
1 Univfrsiif Md his ordi-
the fewlsVTheolog-
eminary of America in
Rabbi Goldman was a
p author and edited
lQus works.
Bearh Mizrarhi
To induct Hoard
Mrs. Esther Eisenstein. president
of the Miami Beach Chapter of
Mizrachi Women, will induct the
organization's new Board of Direc-
tors on Sunday, June 6th/ 8:30
p.m., at Beth Jacob Congregation.
Mrs. Moses Mescheloff will Sffer
the invocation and will be in
charge of the program. Mrs. Abra-
ham Danzig of St. Louis, national
vice president of Mizrachi Wom-
en, will be guest speaker.
Rabbi and Mrs. Danzig are
house guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Emanuel Karger, Mrfc. Danzig's sis-
ter and brother-in-law.
Miss Bernice Sir, Univrsity of
Miami student, will present a pro-
gram of piano selections.
lish Department.
States intends to pay more atten-!sented ** Dr Irw,n H Makovsky
tion to the Arab states during his' chairman of the Board of Educa-
administration." She said that the ition. and Henry Mendelsohn, ad-
latest reports given her subcom- ,m,.n,sAratlvf_as_l1 l E
mittee held that "60 percent" of
the Arab refugees might be sub-
ject to Communism and might join
in any uprising which held the
promise of a possibility of change.
"Can one blame them?" she asked.
iMbor Party Airs
Stand On Crisis
Continued from Page 1 A
eminent is part of the wider prob-
lem of the reorganization of our
educational system. AIL parties in
the government reached agreement
on the creation of a public educa-
tion system with a standard cur-
riculum. In conformity with the
democratic traditions of our peo-
ple we agreed that we would allow
schools, in accordance with the
wishes of parents, to add to that
standard curriculum in an agreed
manner and under public supervi-
sion.
Sydelle Bass, Martha Jo Becker, of
the University of Miami; Stanley
Mintz and Charlotte Glyck, of the
University of Florida; James Hon-
igbaum, Harvard University; James
Solomon and Allan Shaw, Emory
University; and Melvyn Katzcn, of
the University of Chicago.
At the Flagler-Granada Center,
counselors will be Edward Becker,
University of Miami student; Ted
Wolff, Emory University; and Mar-
ilyn Greenberg, University of Flor-
ida. At this camp, the staff will
also include Beverly Yelen, a
teacher in the Public School sys-
tem, and Anita Feinstein, instruc-
tor at the University of Miami.
Junior counselors for the pro- >si
gram will be Nancy Freed, Linda
Mehler, Sharon Klinn, Stanley
Bailey, Myra Gainsboro, Marcia-m:
Jervis, Barbara Wolfson, Ira
Burke. Counselors in training are:- ,,
Michael Meyer, Janet Blumenthal, nA
Peter Comanor, Barbara Hacker,, n
and Robert Reich.
Feibelman Speaks
At University Of
Alabama Graduation
Miami attorney Herbert U. Fei-
belman left for Tuscaloosa last
week to attend commencement ex-
ercises at the University of Ala-
bama and to take part in alumni
activities during graduation week.
Feibelman has been invited to
address alumni of the Law Class of
1913. The current reunion is the
40th. The Miami attorney dis-
eussed: Dean Farrah Viewpoint
Of A Student.
Feibelman's law class was the
first to be graduated at the Uni-
versity of-Alabama under the late
Dean Albert J. Farrah, who served
as dean far 32 years prior to his
death in 1944, one day short of
his announced retirement.
According to Feibelman, Dean
Farrah also founded the first law
school in Florida at Stetson and
the University of Florida Law
School in 1909.
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A new instant silver cleaner which is strictly Kosher and
Parve is now available in grocery, hardware stores and mar-
kets. The name of this new cleaner is Quik-Dip, and it is a
product of Boye-Midway, Inc. Quik-Dip is one of the most
modern products for cleaning silver. All the housewife does
is dip tarnished silver into Quik-Dip, and in an instant the
silver sparkles like new. Quik-Dip is guaranteed to be com-
pletely harmless to sterling or silverplate. The photo above
shows Rabbi J. H. Ralbag inspecting the production of Quik-
Dip in the plant at Cranford, New Jersey.

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MAURICE SCHWARTZ PLAYS ENGLISH, YIDDISH STAGE
HOLLYWOOD Among the
many able American Jewish actors
of the present century. Maurice
wartz by common consent holds
place. His profoundly moving
. I highly individualized perform
: < in many European countries.
weil as in his own. and gained
i him the rasped and admiration
ol theatre goers the world over.
He it was who shed valuable
light on the flexibility of Yiddish
plays translated into English, and
bis successful stage presentations
i these plays have enabled them
to reach an exceptionally wide au-
rience. His work has brought the
Yiddish nlav. through Enalish. to
an artistic level never before at-
i.lined in this country.
Maurice Schwartz' audiences
nay be puzzled by some of his at-
npts to probe beneath the sur
lace of human life, through the
c rama. but they are always moved
by his intensity and force Us at
tempts to translate Yiddish drama
itly into English with genu-
i American flavor deserves
'gnition.
Schwartz has attracted a tremen-
us amount of interest now that
he hasTTfken up residence in Hoi
Wood and has opened the Civic
Byhouse under hi-- own personal
rection. Although he has earned
- high place in the American
theatre with his great dramatic
ol character and subject.
continues to enjoy lasting es-
teem, his keen understanding ol
humanity and his dramatic skill as
1 actor, director and producer re-
to allow him to rest on his
irels.
Always sensitive to the trend of
.lie interest. Schwartz looks in-
the future Ol the American thea-
Mawn'c* Schwarti
tre and feels that he has come a
long way from the strictly Yiddish
plays of his former years.
According to Schwartz, the dra
ma todaj is not merely varied; it
is a mass of contradictions. We
have sordid naturalism, and we
have the heroic tragedy We have
musical comedies, and we have
folk plays We have fantasy and
melodrama, realism and romance.
W have plays staged with
many elaborate scenes changed in
a bare moment of darkness, thanks
to modern electrical engineering,
and we have always stayed with-
out even a backdrop to supplement
the spotlight The Yiddish play-
translated into English has opened
a whole new field of drama. What
definite trends will emerge no one
institute Of Judaism Slated For July,
August At Wildacres; Faculty Named
WILDACRES Little Switxar
North Carolina, will be the
hi District Grand Ixidge No. 5
and the North Carolina B'nai B'rith
lociation's Sixth annual Institute
: .Judaism on July 12th through
i
Theme of the institute will be:
Jew In Literature And j
UghL All branches of Judaism
be represented in both the I
ilty and student body, accord
In Maurice A Wciristcin. Char- |
lotte attorney and founder of the
tute. Weinstein [g slated for.
i i. and Lodge No. 5 at a convention |
e 13th through 15th.
The faculty is scheduled to con-'
" of Dr. Abraham A. Neuman.
-ident of Dropsie College, au-
ir and scholar: Maurice Samuel.
thor and translator; and Dr.
Maurice L. Zigmond. New England
regional director. B'nai B'rith Hil
lei Foundations and director of
Hillel at Harvard. Radcliffe and
Wellesley.
In charge of reservations is Jo-
h Hanchrow. chairman. Gold
Professional Building, Wilson.
North Carolina.
Also slated this summer is the
District Grand Ixxlge No. 5 fourth
annual institute on August 5th
through 9th. Theme wi8 be: The I
Jewish Community. On the faculty
are Dr. Salo W. Baron, professor!
of Jewish History at Columbia I'ni-'
versity; Dr. Albert I. Gordon, Rab
bl of Temple Emanuel, Newton
Centre. Massachusetts, and author i
of Jews In Transition: Philip M.
Klu'.znick. president of B'nai,
B'rith; and Dr. Jacob H. Marcus,
professor of Jewish History at He- j
brew Union College.
Chairman of this institute is
Kh/abcth Mensh, 2324 Ontario
Road, NW. Washington. I) (
In addition to the two institutes
being held at Wildacres. Institute
of Judaism are slated for Bates
, Park, Colorado; Roaring River
; Park, Missouri; Elkhftrt Lake. Wis-
consin: Linn Lake I-odge, Pennsyl
vania; Still Water. Oklahoma: Alli-
son Wells, Mississippi; Bandera
Ranch. Texas: Strasbourg, France;
and the first Pacific coast institute
in California.
The District No. 5 July institute
] will be devoted to the study of the
entire panorama of Jewish knowl-
' edge. The August institute will
| concern itself with the history,
trends and problems of the Jew-
ish community.
can say. But true and certain it is.
Schwarti believes, that we have the
most gifted group of actors, direc-
tors, producers working for the
.'.i.e that America has yet seen
And there is no telling what great
thrills and enjoyment are in store
for theatre lovers of all ages, Jew-
Isfa and non-Jewish alike.
Even Maurice Schwartz, himself,
contributed his surprise to the
American theatre. Just whan the
public had him firmly associated
with the powerful Yiddish trage-
dies he had presented for many
years, he produced, directed and
starred in Sholem Alechim's. It's
Hard To Be A Jew in English. He
had a new smash hit on his hands
and added another memorable por-
trait to his gallery of characters.
In this successful translation.
Schwartz proved his great versatil-
ity and that his name was a gen-
uine guarantee of a highly enter-
taining evening. He demonstrated
his power to carry over his Yid-
dish originality into the English
drama with vigor and variety and
discovered a whole new intelligent
and appreciative following.
Schwartz firmly believes that
plays are written to be acted on a
stage, and to be successful they
must entertain audiences. The good
play of today owes its success to
the fact that all people, every-
where, can understand and enjoy
it.
To see and hear actors on a
stage telling and acting a story in
English, with all the trimmings
that the art of dramatic production
can supply, is often amply suffi-
cient to carry a Yiddish play to
comparative success. But to stand
the literary test of reading without
such aids to the eye and ear. a
play must have the same qualities
that any other form of writing
needs if it is to endure The story
mu.st t>e basically true to life and
human nature, the characters must
seem real and alive, and the style
must have distinction. Aloijg with
these literary* qualities. Schwartz
is convinced, the play must be In
English.
Schwartz has already established
an enviable reputation as a motion
picture actor He appears opposite
Charles Laughton and Rita Hay-
worth in Salome, playing a dis-
tinguished role, and has preceded
this performance with Slaves Of
Babylon and a number of other im-
portant film roles. Already famed
among the brilliant galaxy of mo-
tion picture stars, directors and
producers, the force of his person
ality and talent is being felt every
where in Hollywood on the stage,
on the screen and on television.
He has won the acclaim of audi-
ences and critics.
His varied dramatic subject mat-
ter, polished theatrical style and
widespread reputation inevitably
place him as our first real Amer-
! ican Jewish stage star of distinc-
tion. He is a link between the great
dramas of the Yiddish stage and
the new English dramas which
follow, for he has lived and acted
in both mediums.
Schwartz, therefore, is an inter-
Goodwin In 1w
Mn Kail a Head
Irving A. Goodwin was recently
installed as president of Masada,
Miami Beach Young Zionist Dis-
trict, during a banquet and dance
I Pierre's Steak House. Goodwin,
a graduate of the University of
North Carolina, is connected with
Bolger and Culbertson. Certified
Public Accountants.
Rabbi David Shapiro, spiritual
leader of the Hollywood Jewish
FRIDAY,
Acaifeg**
"iv<* SlJ
mi:
*i National parJ
At a sp(.Cia| w^
Fund assent *
Academy. a chpck
[enting monies
Pupils toward the
'"'' '" Israel w "
Rabbi Mses MenholMTi
A Citation of Honor J
sented to Mrs. ]n^\\
Hebrew instructor Jf
of the .INF drive at?'
by Rabbi Mescheloff
planted some 2,500 to-
H'lls of Judea in fisi
years under her guidaJd
ing to Rabbi Alexander
cipal.
Henrique |
ollica]
Iri'mj Goodwin
Center, spoke on the bridge be-
tween Israel and America.
Other officers installed were
Leonard Snyderman. 1st vice presi
dent; Bernice Daks, 2nd vice presi-
dent; Samuel A. Soldinger, treas-
urer; Lillian Baris, financial secre-
tary-: Leila Gross, recording secre-
tary; and Marlene Kaiik, corres-
ponding secretary.
Irving Markus was master of
ceremonies, and Abe Schafer was
in charge of the installation.
Dctnfl
esting example of the merging of
Yiddish and English. Although the
plays of his former years are the
real preservers of his great name,
he has now become the first Jew
ish crusader for the English Ian
gua;je. For English cannot destroy
the permanent value of a piece of
Yiddish literature; instead, it can
add a peculiar richness and stimu-
lation which can make it infinitely
more valuable and understandable
for all people everywhere.
Vr< Of ronsoli
Barney Bernstein
Parker and Henri
Public Accountants, _
consolidation of their
practices early this weei
firm name is Parker
Henriquez, with .
Chamber of Commerce
Bernstein, a Miami.,
1940. has been in pracba
a certified public acews
1947. Before that, he va
ed with the public aco
fices of M. <;. Fumus,
Harry Goldstein, CPA.
served as a Warrant
US Army Air Corps
reviewer fur the
fice handling Contract!
audits. He. his wile
children reside at 601
Street
C. Palmer Parker ha
practice in Miami as a
public accountant since
has been a member of
can Institute of A
accountants' national
since 1928. Parker aS
j in a nation-wide public:
firm. Lybrand. Ross Bri
I gomery He and his lifc
at 1519 NW 9th Strttf
Norcott S. Henriquei'sj
| in practice in Miami as a
Public Accountant since"
. to his arrival in
Henriquez was assocut
public accounting tint
Mather & Houjjb. *t*
ters in New YorkCft
wife and two children
| Holly wow od. PloriS
>1
Mil

Mavric* Samuel
Or. Smh W. laraa
ll.-idMssali Install Offi, <>rs
The Chaim Weitzman and I. R.
Goodman Groups of Hadassah held
a joint donor dinner and banquet
last week at the Lincoln Manor
Miss Lillian Marx served as chair-
man.
Quest speaker was Rabbi Morris
Skop. who discussed the Middle
East and its concern with world
Jewry and world peace.
Miss Frances Lebon, outgoing
president of the I. R. Goodman
Group, was presented with a gold
disc pin from Board members by
fcflsi Lillian Goodman, president-
elect.
Greetings were also Riven by the
president elect of the Chaim Weitz-
man Group, Mrs. H. Cypress, as
well as remark* from Junior Past
President Miss Rosalind Klein.
Miss Joan Gilbert, accordionist,
rendered the musical program.
Andron'a Loon Lake Hotel, set in the scenK
Adirondacks in Franklin County. New Tor*-
from aU over the United States, as well as m
hotel, owned and operated by David & *
Levineon, Miami Beach hotelman, is opening
on June 26th.


JUNE 5, 1953
*Je*istrhrktla,n
lUGIOUS DIRECTORY
HEBREW SCHOOL AND
JATION will hold Friday
Cervices at 6:45 p.m. Sat-
irnini: services are at 8:30
(i. Rabbi Simon April of-
jand discussing: Treach-
Its In The. Days Of Moses
Rosenbergs Today. A
J Mi haa is scheduled for
! followed by Mincha and
kudos Cantor Berele Kele-
render the musical por-
be liturgy.
*
BEACH JEWISH CEN-
[hold Friday evening serv-
l:3U p.m. Saturday morn-
fcesare at ft a.m. Dr. Jacob
president of the' Asso-
Florida Rabbis, will of-
;thc Kar Mitzvoth of Ron-
Mr. and Mrs. Max Ruth-
fjay, xin of Dr. and Mrs.
J. Thorpe. Daily services
chapel atSjun-. and at
\*b .
IH-MIAMI SPRINGS
COMMUNITY CENTER
Friday evening services
b.m.. with Reverend Leo
Kiatmg. Graduates of the
Junior High School will be
iunng the service. W. W.
assistant superintendent
[County Schools, will be
akcr Parent* of the grad-'
be hosts at the Oneg
following. Saturday morn-
|cps arc at 9 a.m., when
Ili'ini will discuss the i
Portion.
I
lEL CONGREGATION will'
Bay lAcning services at1
Saturday morning serv-
\: 8:30 a.m., when the Bar
[of Bertram Danzig will
Guest preacher will be
brah..1-. Danzig, of Kansas
will address the congre-
the occasion of his son's
van. A class in Talmud
bled tn be led by Rabbi
Ju Swirsky at 5 p.m. Min-
B p.m followed by Shalos
Junior services are in the
Hall at 10 a.m.
*
|TH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
hold Friday evening
[at 630 p.m. Saturday
(services are at 8:30 a.m.
br.ili.i-. M. Cassel will of-
\d preach the sermon. Can-
ham Scif will chant the
The Bar Mitzvah of Brian
If. son of Mr. and Mrs. Saul
will take place during
Ice. Daily services are at
bid 6:30 p.m.

GABLES JEWISH CEN-
Ihold Friday evening serv-
115 p.m., with Rabbi Mor-
Mficiating and discussing:
ird Of Confidence. Can-
| Robinson and the Center
assist. Saturday moni-
es are at 10:30 a.m. Rob-
bf Mr. and Mrs. David M.
1519 SVV 14th Street, and
bn of Mr. and Mrs. Max
4818 Alhambra Circle,
ne Bar Mitzvah. A Kid-
inctification will follow.
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
friday evening services at 645
p.m. Saturday morning services
are at 8:30 a.m.. when Rabbi Mor-
ton Malavsky will officiate and
preach on ths subject: Investi-
gators To Israel. Mincha is at 6 30
p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos
Daily services are at 8 a.m., and
15 minutes before sundown.
.
TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m. The summer schedule
of services begins tonight. Dr. Jac-
ob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus, and
Dr. Joseph Narot, Temple Israel
spiritual leader, will alternate dur-
ing the series in officiating.
*
YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
will hold Friday evening services
at 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning
services are at 8:30 a.m. Mincha
will be at 6:30 p.m.. folowed by
Shalos Seudos. Daily services are
at 8 a.m., and at 7 p.m.
*
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold regular services Friday eve-
ning at 6:30 p.m. Services will be
held at 9 a.m.. Saturday, and will
be followed by Kiddush.
*
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE
holds daily services at 7:30 a.m.,
and at 6:45 p.m. Mark, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Aaron Schuldiner, was
Bar Mitzvah during the Thursday
morning service. Friday evening
services will be at 6:30 p.m. Sat-
urday morning services are at 9
a.m., when Rabbi Max Shapiro will
discuss the Weekly Portion. Min-
cha is at 6:15 p.m.. followed by
Shalos Seudos.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Leon Kron-
ish officiating and preaching the
sermon. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 10:45 a.m.. when the
Bar Mitzvah of Allen Brooks, son
of Dr. and Mrs. Randolph Shevach,
will take place. Cantor Samuel
Kelemer will render the musical
portions of the liturgy.
*
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 6:30 p.m., conducted by Rabbi
Alfred Waxman, with Oscar Wein-
stein assisting. Saturday morning
services are at 9 a.m., with Rabbi
Waxman discussing: A Tour Of
Israel. Junior services will be at
10 a.m., under the direction of Mrs.
Morris Newmark. Mincha is at 6
p.m., and will be folrowed by a
discussion on Ethics Of Our Fath-
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Miami Beach,
Miami Beach- Rabbi Irving I^hrman,
( ..nservallvo. 17m Wash. Ave., M.B.
Miami Hebrew School -Rabbi Simon
April, Orthodox, 1101 SW 12th Ave.,
Miami.
Monticeilo Park-Kith Street and XE
llth Avenue. North Miami Beach.
North DadtRabbi Harry Bt tinner.
Conservative, Ufi3fl W. Dixie Hisli-
Waj>, North Miami.
North Shore-Ital.bl Mayer Abramo-
wltz. Conservative. 620 75th St.,
Miami Bench.
Temple laraelDr. Joseph Narot, Re-
form, 137 NIC I'.th SI.. Miami.
Tifereth Israel 650U N. Miami Ave.,
Miami.
West MiamiRabbi Alfred Waxman,
onsrrvatlve, 5720 SW 17th St.,
Miami.
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Oneg Shabbat following. Their
son, John, will be Bar Mitzvah dur-
ing the Saturday morning service
at 9 a.m.

HOLLYWOOD JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER will hold Friday
evening services at 8:30 p.m., de-
voted to the young men and women
returning home from colleges and
universities. Rabbi David Shapiro
will officiate and discuss: A Credo
For Our Modern Jewish Youth.
Kiddush will be recited by Lois
Rich. Cantor Joseph W. Malek will
render the musical portions of the
liturgy. The Oneg Shabbat will be
sponsored by Dr. and Mrs. Clem-
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new-born son. Saturday morning
services are at 9:30 a.m., and will
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Martian DdVfd Jacobs Td^ltftfiMd1
At Seminary Commencement On Sunda;
TWO Miami Beach residents. | 155.000 books and more than 9.00
David J. Jacobs, son of Mr. and manuscripts.
Mrs. Norman I). Jacobs, 1134 71V, Principal speaker at the Jun
Street, and Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Till exercises will be Hear Ac
.spiritual leader of the Miami mini Lewis I Strauss, liaison ad
Beach Jewish Center, will be viser to PreVdenl Dwighl D. Eiae
prominent participants in the 5!>th howej on atomic energy matter
annual commencement exercises of and president of the Seminar) Lil
rary. Representatives of Ami'.
and foreign libraries will partici
pate in the academic procession.

David J. Jacobs
the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America to be held on Sunday,
June 7th. in the Seminar] Quad-
rangle, New York City, a< i
t' Dr Louis Pinkelstein, Seminar]
Uor,
.'. ill be ordained as Rabbi
teacher and preacher and receivi
the degrei ol Master ol Hebrew
Literature. A graduate Of Miami
b School in 1:144. he attended
the L'niversit] ol Florida and re-
ceived tin Ai it \. n York
L'niversitj in 1948. in addition to'
hi studies at the Seminary, he
held a pulpit as a student Rabbi
:n Blpomfield. New Jersej. for
two year-
He will be inducted into the IS
Air Force after graduation for two
yean Of chaplaincy service.
Sidelight of the commencement
exereJaea 1- that the future Kabbi.
engaged to be married to Miss
Flora Levy, of Spring Valley. New
York, will witness his fiance's bac
calaureate presentation at the June
7th exercises. A member of the
graduating class of the Teachers' |
Institute of the Seminary', Miss
Levy will receive the degree of
Bachelor of Religious F.ducation in
course. She also holds a degree
from Hunter College, New York
City.
Rabbi I-ehrman. a member of the
Rabbinic Cabinet of the Seminary,
will deliver the closing prayer at,
the exercises. In conjunction with
commencement, the Seminary is
also holding a Jubilee Convocation I
marking the 50th anniversary- of
the incorporation of the Library of
the Seminary. I nder the direction
of bibliographer and historian Dr. |
Alexander Marx, in a half-century |
of uninterrupted service, the Lib-
rary of the Seminary has grown to
what authorities acknowledge to be
the largest and finest collection of
Judaica and Hebraica anywhere in
the world today.
From a collection numbering 5,
000 books and three manuscripts
in 1903, the Library now owns over
Cleanup Luncheon
Sparks CJA Drive
Top volunteer workers and ebafa
men in the Trades. Winter Resi
dents and Hotel Divisions met at .
cleanup luncheon yesterday, at tht
Biscayne Terrace Hotel in behali
of the Combined Jewish Appeal.
Sparked by the final effort in
the Trades Division, Chairman
Sam J. Heiman announced that this
closing, drive could bring the divi-
sion to their assigned quota of
$700,000 within the next few
weeks.
Campaign Chairman Howard
Kane joined Heiman in commend-
ing the workers who were respon-
sible tor raiMnc SI.198.378 to ex-
it the total amount raided in rhe
1952 campaign.
Kane also annonnced that the
Women's Division had achieved 99
per eyiit of it- quota, raising more
than S14(i.0OO in tin- year- eam-
paign He Stated that a city wide
effort was being expended in all
divisions of the Metropolitan drive
to cover outstanding pledge cards,
Mrs. Louis Qlasser, chairman of
the Women's Division, who recent-
ly returned from a trip to Israel.
will join other community leaders
to attend the National Action Con- I
ference of the United Jewish Ap-
peal on June 6th and 7th in Wash-
ington. DC The meeting will be
addressed by Harold E. Stassen,
Hcrberfc H. Lehman. Abba Eban.
Edward M. M. Warburg and other
national figures.
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Newiy elected officers of the Women's Auxiliary of the 52 Association of Great*
are (standing, left to right) Mrs. Milton Sampson, recording secretary; Miss Bettv
vice president; Mrs. Morris Lane, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Fred Drucker fi
retary; and Miss Louise Bushing, treasurer. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Tony Gobi
president; Mrs. Jessie Marcus, outgoing president; Mrs. Frank G. Robinson, newM
president; and Miss Emily Herman, vice president.
Mrs. Glasser, Fruchtman
To Attend Conference
WASHINGTON A delegation |
(representing the Miami Jewish
community will attend sessions
here on June 6th and 7th of an
extraordinary National Action Con-'
ference of the United Jewish Ap-
peal to assess the first results of
.1:1 emergency two month drive-forl
S25.000.000 in cash on behalf of'
1-rael and Jewish refugees in other I
parts of the world.
Amoni; local Jewish leaders who
will attend the two-day conference
at the Mayflower Hotel are Charles
Fruchtman and Mrs. Louis Glasser.
Mrs. Glasser will deliver Miami's j
contribution to the emergency
drive which was launched by the
United Jewish Appeal May 1st to
provide this summer for establish-
ment of 36 new agricultural settle-
ments in Israel and to hasten the
movement to the new State of Jew-
ish refugees from bj
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Gallery To Accept
Lies for the first annual cer-
fexhibition will be received
Lowe Gallery on Tuesday
Wednesday. June 9th and 10th,
n 10 a.m. and 5 p.m., ac-
Lg to Mrs. Juanita May, Ex-
Icommittee chairman.
Ceramic Entries Tuesday
The exhibit will open to the pub-
lic June 16th, and will remain on
view until July 15th. Sponsored
by the Ceramic League of Miami,
the first open-to-all ceramics
craftsmen exhibit will have eight
entry classifications.
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Hebrew School Meeting
The last meeting of the Board
of Directors of the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation will be
held on Tuesday evening, June 9th,
at 8 p.m., according to an an-
nouncement this week by H. M.
Drewich, president.
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Heaeh MahIqv Will
A regular meeting of Miami
Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will be
held on Wednesday, June 10th,
8:15 p.m., in the Delano Hotel's
Zodiac Room and will be dedicated
to the future of Miami Beach, ac-
cording to an announcement by
Lodge President Gilbert J. Balkin.
Newly elected councilmen of the
Meet On June 10
City of Miami Beach have been
invited to address the panel pro-
gram. Hold-over councilmen, as
well, have also been invited.
Plans will be made for the
Lodge's delegation to the Fifth Dis-
trict Grand Lodge annual convent
tion in Charlotte, North Carolina,
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for them
.no summers rest
Therell be no rest this summerfor almost
half the Jews throughout the world.
Of the world's eleven and a half million
lews, 4,950,000 will have no time off from
fear, oppression, danger and sacrifice.
The 2,500,000 Jews of Eastern Europe
hope that summer will be different from
winter-when they were the target of bitter
attack. But they'll have no rest because they
live in the shadow of uncertainty.
The 1,000,006 Jews in Moslem lands
live in an atmosphere of tension and danger
and can have no rest when each day
threatens turmoil and upheaval
The 1,400,000 Jews of Israel will take
no hoh'day this summer as they pour their
energies into the continuing struggle for
economic independence. 4flMPMfl
Some 50,000 sick and needy Jews in
western Europe will have no rest from j
Hitler-inflicted ailments and continuing
homelessncss. <*">>4*flMfellMfltf
This summer; the United Jewkh Ap-,
peal-will not rest efther-as it seeks the gltiat j
cash sums that are needed to sustain hope/
to save lives and te strengthen Israel.
For the millions who will have no rest,
'give as you've never given before. In their j
behalf, UJA must raise vast cash funds im-1
mediately. You'll rest better if you've paid!
your pledge to our community campaign.'
Please pay it today.'
Because Lives Depend on Us
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MIAMI. FLORIDA
FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1953
SEC. B
Defense Department Welcomes
Ex-Nazis Into Military Plans
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
for a mobile army of 12 divisions, aide to Goering, were honored and
(left to right) are Alfred N. Garblik, Mrs. Sam Good-
id Meyer A. Baskin, presidents respectively of the Coral
i Jewish Center Men's Club, Sisterhood and Congrega-
Lor]cinq out details for their joint installation which will
on Sunday._________________________________________
tb Supporters Attack
llsrael At Senate Hearing
BflNGTON (JTA)Bitter attacks against Israel were made
Et we< k by pro-Arab witnesses who testified before a subcom
W%_____! _i_^ Tl Ixl.nn 1 '.... I t ... nil 4 V\ t\ < ll. Iill'l ill
including three Panzer divisions.
Jews and others who suffered
under the Nazis wonder whether
Germany, if provided with this
powerful military machine, will re-
main a docile and obedient mem-
ber of the EDC. One theory ad-
vanced in Washington is that the
^runSkt'f^b^ltt't
WASHINGTON Ex-Nazis will
be welcomed by the US Defense
Department to equal participation
in the revival 'of German military
might within the framework of the
European Defense Community.
This was learned here as the Amer-
ican Air Force honored Luftwaffe
entertained by the Air Force at
Wiesbaden on April 21st, because
"such action is in consonance with
the foreign policies of the United
States in that area in connection
with the common defense against
Communistic aggression."
Senator Lehman had informed
gard to their former Nazi affilia-
tions, in preparation for the activ-
ation of a new German air force.
Envisioned as the most powerful
European air force, the Germans
will be started off with more than
1.300 aircraft and a total personnel
of 80,000. (France has an air force
of less than 65.000 men). The Unit-
ed States has indicated no concern
over the fact that thoroughly-indoc-
trinated Nazis are among the lead-
felt that public opinion might not
oppose German airmen as much as
it would object to ground force
units. However, Jews who survived
the liquidation of the Warsaw
Ghetto told how the Luftwaffe
played a deadly role.
Rotterdam, in the Netherlands.
! has just dedicated a memorial
j statute which has been given the
name. Devastated City. It has also
ters from American veterans who
felt the honor rendered the Nazis
by the US Air Force "mocked at
the sacrifices made during World
War II." The Senator asked the Air
Force if steps could be taken to
avoid such incidents in the future.
The answer he received failed to
concede that there was any real
basis for objection.
Major General E. L. Eaten, who
lot the
Senate Foreign Relations Committee on the subject of j ers of the new Luftwaffe. In charge
become known as the"City Without replied, said it was a ^goodwill
staff1 A Heart. Indeed, a deadly ir.stru
through the German member 0. "tes of low-level bombing on May
Committee arranging 14- ]
Mgnor Thomas
i Welfare Society, called for
lernaii.nalization of Jeru- J anti-Semites;
(lie declared the Christian
Ion Palestine could not be
ed from the Arab refugee
hriest approves testimony
fcarlier by George M. Bara-
Arab propagandist, and
it he thought the Adminis-
pru Israel policy of the
fe years should be changed.
r that he spoke as a repre-
ve of the Church, Monsignor
declared: "We a/e not
we arc anti-nothing
when we are pro-human."
Testifying on behalf of the "Na-
tional Association of Federations
of Syrian and Lebanese American
Clubs, of which he is president,
Barakat demanded that "the Unit-
ed States should insist that Israel
restore the territory seized by it
beyond the boundaries assigned to
the EDC
which the Germans
SHAPE in Paris.
General Hans
E*- ~ SWJMBSaSC
Speidel, former gic targets but a measure of terror-
>< Rnmmels Afrika ism and intimidation. A fire razed
Kom ha ubmftld b.ue^r nts 645 acres, destroying 25.000 houses
wh ch have l^erLfficially ap-i thousands of stores, scores of
Atlantic Treaty schools and churches.
The Department of the Air Force
proved by North
ns." Mr. Bar:jOrBto0ll"^Wj^Jj,??Ji5 has"made'known in a le
ator Herbert H. Lei
would operate to" pVovirfe0 support Luftwaffe_officers.
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akat said the US Government could provide<****?2 l^Z aTor Herbert H. Lehman that Nazi
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including an
gesture" that the surviving mem-
bers of, the Richtofen Squadron
were entertained. The General
said, "it is coincidental that sev-
eral members of the original Rich-
tofen Squadron also served in
World War II as high-ranking offi-
cers."
At Wiesbaden the Germans, in-
cluding ardent followers of Hitler,
were luncheon guests of the Dep-
uty Commander of the US Air
Force in Europe. They were also
honored by a special aerial dem-
onstration of F-84 nd F-86 jet air-
craft and were shown the latest
equipment at the US air base in
Landstuhl.
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Florida Rabbis
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The Association of Florida State
Rabbis formally concluded its 15th
1 annual convention on Miami Beach
I last week. In all, nine cities
1 were represented during the ses-
sions which were held at the Mi-
1 ami Beach Jewish Center.
Elected to office were Dr. Jacob
H. Kaplan, president; Rabbis Irv-
ing Lehrman, Morris Skop and A.
Gelberman, vice presidents; Hen-
ry Chapman, secretary; and Hen-
ry Okalica, treasurer.
Participating were Rabbis Theo-
dore Brod, Tampa; Henry Okalica,
Daytona Beach; A. Gelberman,
Lakeland; Samuel Lerer. Holly-
wood; David Susskind, Orlando;
David Shapiro, Hollywood; Marius
Ranson, Fort Lauderdale; and Hen-
ry Chapman, St. Petersburg. The
Greater Miami Rabbinical Associa-
tion played host to the convention
which opened on Sunday.
A Standing Committee was also
designated to formulate a charter
and constitution for the associa-
tion. Chairman will be Rabbi Suss-
kind, with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
assisting.
According to Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz, chairman of the con-
' vention, resolutions are now be-
| ing formulated which will shortly
i be published and circulated
throughout the State. These per-
tain to the call for adequate facil-
ities to meet the religious needs
of Florida's expanding Jewish
population, a positive statement on
Israel, a resolution seeking" safe-
guards for American democratic
ideals and a reaffirmation of the
need to return to spiritual values
here.
The convention also saw the
election of Mrs. Sam Lerer to presi-
dency of the Florida State Associ-
ation of Rabbis' Wives.
Dr. Jacob Kaplan
Gables Center
Joint Installation
The Coral Gables Jewish Center
will climax its 1952-53 year of ac-
tivities with an installation and
dinner-dance at the Dinner Key
Terrace Restaurant on Sunday,
June 7th, 7 p.m.
There will be installation cere-
monies for the incoming officers of
the Center, the" Men's Club and the
Sisterhood.
Herman Fisher will be master of
ceremonies, assisted by Mrs. Sam
Silver who will install the Center
officers, Mrs. Sam Schulefand who
will install the Men's Club offi-
'cers, and Herbert Gelernter who
will be installing officer for the
Sisterhood.
Working out the program are
Mrs. Buddy Halpert and Edgar Mil-
ler, co-chairmen. The parade of
incoming officers will be led by
Meyer A. Baskin. president of the
Center, Alfred N. Garblik, presi-
dent of the Men's Club, and Mrs.
1 Sam Goodman, president of the Sis-
I terhood.



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FRIDAY
Arab Supporters Attack
Israel At Senate Hi
United States Senator George A. Smothers congratulates Gilbert J. Ballon on his installation
as president of Miami Beach Lodge. B'nai B'ri-h. at the Lodge's annual installation banquet
last week in the Saxony Hotel. Also shown are (left to right) Paul Seiderman. banquet
chairman; George J. Talianoff. retiring president. Miami Beach Lodge; and Edward I. Cutler,
of Tampa, president of the Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges. Senator Smothers
delivered the principal address at the banque:. Cutler was installing officer.
Continued from Pago 1 B
the United Nations to "compel
compliance."
The Arab spokesman maintained
that a solution of the Arab refugee
problem involved the "re-adjust-
ment" of Israel's borders and the
internationalization of Jerusalem.
He also asked the senators for an
"internationalized corridor" from
the Mediterranean to Jerusalem.
Israel should be made to permit re-
turn of the Arab refugees, Barakat
said, and should be forced to "com-
pensate them for property losses'*
and to release Arab funds he said
were frozen in Israel banks.
Another attack on Israel was
made by Stephen B. L. Penrosc,
president of the American Uni-
versity of Beirut. Penrosc asked
Senators how Israel could say there
was no room for the Arab refugees
when a request was recently made
for the release of 2,500,000 Jews
from behind the Iron Curtain. He
asked that ari effort be made to see
if the Arabs can be re-established
in Israel, warning that the present
situation threatened world peace.
A "border adjustment," he said.
Nursery Scholars
Graduate Here
The youngest "scholars" in the
Bavaria Bans Return of Jews; DP's
In Foehrenwald Are Declared Illegal
MUNICH (JTA> The Bavarian :anew attitude toward the only j rector general of the JDC, told the
Cabinet decided last week to ban Jewish DP camp in Germany This meeting that every- Jew in the DP
the return to Havana of Jewish p"llc> ls feared, will result in [camps "wants desperately" to emi-
displaced persona who left Ger fric,1,,n be,ween 'h*1 "nTp admm- grate. However, he emphasized, i '-----
Mration and the Jewish 1>1's. some present laws offer little hope of I community received diplomas
many for Israel liter the war In uf whom have returned from Is- migration and besides most fami- "
announcing this decision. Professor rael. but only in tho expectation of lies have at least one member dis-
Theodor Oberlaender. Bavarian DomS able to collect compensation
State Secretjrj for Refugees, said',pa>men,\d"e ,hem or ,0 able
h.i -joc i i. r.n- l. to Proceed from Germany to Can-
that 386 Jewish DPs had tome to a,,a tht. lnlt,,(l S(atcs;
Germany illegally in recent Jews In DP Camps
years and that the majority of, There are some 4.000 survivors a.
them are at present in the only of Nazism still living in DP camps calling for the resettlement of
Jewish DP carap in West Germany,; in Germany. Austria and Italy, it DPs in countries where they can
located at roehrenwald. near Mun-, was reported here this week at a receive medical care and other spe-
1C\L I conference of Joint Distribution cial accommodations. This session
I he Bavarian State Secretary. Committee welfare officials who was devoted to assistance measures
who was at one time a high rank- are seeking to solve the DP prob-
ing Nazi in German-occupied lem. Two thousand of them are in
I kraine and Crimea, claimed that Foehrenwald Camp.
600 Jewish DPs are now en route Charles L Jordan, assistant di
from Israel to Germany and that
many more are in Italy and Aus-
tria waiting for an opportunity to
enter Germany.
When the Foehrenwald camp
was placed under German adminis-
tration in 1951. by the L'S author-
ities, it was considered a test case
of the goodwill of the Bavarian au- ---------i ----- -....... ...c.t
thorities Knowing that they were\ Agency representative here has re- once before and then returned to
being watched they appointed a j ceived a letter from a group of 65 India a few months ago
SSTSAC Nagano'ran *7 Wh ^^ H "* immigrant "" th-t ^ L "SBS, ""SS" *"*"
who surrendered himself with a krael, denying statements dian Jews who have returned to!Josepn Neustein, Michael Barry
staff sympathetic to Jews The Jew-! made in Parliament that they left India from Israel now wish to | 'v t ,
ishDP's in the camp were more or! the Jewish State because of a come to Israel again. He added that j a!d DosnicrT S^iuSTaSi
Ilnous lchoempau,Pntasnd ""^ ees ^m 'fsraeTdcST^hemenUy ed ^ Idta P^m^ aainst St ^ if^X Temple' fSS
The policy of creating order in to contradict his ParUamenan) ,h "UnJUSt" Ch"rgeS by a" ^^ \HS JEtS? TT'
Foehrenwald" which has been an-! statement Neither at woriTnorso' 'Government spokesman that *JB*l*? 3*S SWigl
nounced by Secretary Oberlaender. cia.ly was there an.; tTa'ce < Indian Jews haV.eft I^^aZ^^rSSiuS^ 2S
is taken as an indication that the i crimination on Arnt f w L< ~J~ -- "^"useoarry Lewne, Jonathan btein and
Friday morning at a unique gradu-
ation ceremony conducted by
qualified for health reasons. Thus. i,. ... _
"hard core cases account for most I,h of the camp inmates. Branch, Greater Miami Jewish
As part of its campaign to empty I Community Center.
0!SJ!?JJSff' tbe_JD.C has "ndcr" I The d'P,omas, bearing the signa-
tures of Stanley C. Myers, presi-
dent, and Efraim H. Gale, execu-
tive director, were presented to
boys and girls who will enter the
first grade in the Fall. Graduates
[wore the traditional four-cor-
nered graduation cap when they
received their honors from head
teacher Cora Friedman.
Children are also scheduled to
graduate from the Center's Nur-
sery Schools at Flagler-Granada
and Miami Beach. The graduates
are: Edward Baer, Norman Jeff-
rey Cohen, Matt Engel. Michael
Henry Fridovich, Michael Paul
Gale. June Marion Graff, Stanley
Morse Kaplan, Mary an n Marder,
taken special emigration schemes
for those DP's who have no hope
of migration and no choice but to
remain in the countries where they
; now find themselves.
Indian Jews Deny Color Charges,-
Say They Want Second Chance
BOMBAY (JTA) The Jewish one man who had immigrated there
is taken as an indication that the
Bavarian authorities are adopting
Republicans Sponsor
Talk On Merger
Jess H Varborough. Dade Coun
crimination on account of color or | of color discrimination,
origin It is indeed contrary to the
spirit which inspired the creation
of the State of Israel and which
continues to inspire the Govern-
ment for the ingathering of exiles
from all corners of the world.
"We regret the controversy at-
Andrew Vollweiler.
ty Commissioner, will appear with
the four other county commission-' tending our return to India. Our re-
ers tonight. 7:30 p.m.. at the Re 'turn was a confession of failure on
publican Headquarters Club, 1M7
West Flagler Street.
The commissioners will discuss
the proposed City of
County merger and the June 9th
our part to come up to the high
standards demanded by a pioneer
t ing country. As you are fully
Miami-Dade aware. there are many of us today
who would like to be given an-
referendum ballot. Sponsors of the otner chance to take part in the
affair are the Dade County Repub-'Rreat work of reconstruction tak-
lican Executive Committee, the Re-!mg P|ace in Israel. Had we the
publican Headquarters Club and jj many of us would already
the Dade County Young Republi- have ^en in Israel today,
can Club. "If the Jewish Agency gives us
------------------------------. another opportunity and pavs our
Host Cocktail Party I P^ges again, we would all go to
if. ^ to*. r \u -. ,' ael Wl,h a greater determination
ul on 8 Chertkof .to make good. In the interests of
will be hosts to 90 guests at a pre-; truth, we would like you to con
installation cocktail party honor- vey this letter to all concerned We
ing officers, directors and trustees feel that the good name of Israel
of the Coral Gables Jewish Cen- should not be sullied by unjustified
ter. Sisterhood and Men's Club on
Sunday afternoon, June 7th, at
4:30 p.m. The party will be held at
tho CheTt-af bur-. 927 Hardee
:". C. Ci .%...
criticism of its government or peo-
ple."
Meanwhile, a party of 65 immi-
grants arrived in Tel Aviv this
~. i.wi In-lia. Amqn- ih^r.
L Barry Greenber^r had a unique experience when he receiv-
ed his Certificate of Confirmation at the recent confirmation
serviced Temple Beth Sholom, from hi* father. Sydney J.
^reenberg who is educational director of the Tnple. Barry
W iShSSS? ^ becon Prt a< th TnpU' first
-uar Hrh HsJigtous School doss in Septembu
Acfn, secretary *
^W Smith lold ^
m,,,< "'a, the suter
had concluded that the,
8ee problem a ,
*h,ich Proper fw"M
Nations (ipal ^..^l
told the subcomnttte
United States should a-
support the United \-7H
help the Arab refugee (S
thought .ho United N*'
good job under trying L,
He said he looked font,?!
tinued support from
this program.
* Af,inK SecreUr,
mended that terminal j,
the refucee care pnj
tended from June| mL
30. 1956 A request wal^
lor an overall increase i J
000 in the relief fund TjJ
ment o^this issue, he sail
have a great effect on J
ress of the Mutual Securhl
cy and the solution ofousl
in the Near East.
Arthur Z Gardiner, ^
economic adviser of tktU
ern Division of the Sute ]
ment. told the subcommiiii
the reason for the recent 1
rael border disturbances!
the Arab refugees couli i
across the border from tkj
countries and .see the Isa
they had formerlv iS
Asked by the subcomraittBl
bers whither there werei
nists among the Arab r_
Mr. Gardiner said that them
Communists on "both sides"'
border.
Miami Sisterhood Mt*i
Mrs. William Weintnub, |
elected president of the!
of Miami Hebrew School ait
gregation. has announced tkMJ
first Board meeting for I
term was held Tuesday i
at the synagogue.
heads were appointed.
summer project was also*
wi/ia
the I
SAYS...
SUMMERTIME IS I
PLAYTIME
<5ren grass, flowers W
birds sincing. and thatv
t outdoors are mm-
uutt summer is here...'
its picnics, its campwf J*
fishing, and those Ion' *
in the country *
erenings around the
in the backyard, sttw
patio, on the porch, m*
pleasant evenings SP*"1!
yard just Ulkinf or pW>
cards with friends, i*1
are the things about
which I look forward to
a gTet deal of anticijuW
As I enjoy all th .
outdoor activities, I cnt
but remember that before^
ern insecticides tt **%
Bug Killer were T*"*NtJ
ing and crawling W*'
took the joy out.0',
time. A bottle of ms
s much a Pirt'f.^
basket today as^the fo*
I even carry a ****%
Bomb in the gUrwJ"
ment of my car to UB'
feinthKj^
prbsire can. snj J* |
fng places. KeepM ^
Bomb handy on our r
porch makes our 1
lt U much -"VL-Jl
boat when free ^ y,
from^peaky bu*^


JUNE 5. 1953
*J#rr1strkrkfon
ladotte's
ler Attributed
ro-Nazis
YORK (JTA) Count
emadotte, the UN's Pales-
mediator, whose death is
listed as a mystery by
|ted Nations, Sweden and
[as "fingered" for assassina-
a secret French pro-Nazi
It ion. it was asserted here
[; by a journalist who says
(ucted a three-year world-
vestigation.
ding to an article by Ladis-
bgo. a writer formerly as-
fwith US Naval Intelligence
in Free Europe, in the cur-
Lue of Real Magazine,
|Bernadotte's murder was
I by the French pro-Nazi
[calicd the DEK in order
that organization's mortal
French Air Force Ol. Andre
enior UN Observer in Jeru-
nho was machine-gunned to
he sat next to Count Ber-
ISerot. says Farago in his
Jwa at one time the chief1
JSecurity and Counter-Espi-
Kection of the French Air
1 ]n this capacity he had ac-
lUd secret files on French
j and government personnel
Jruny over the Germans dur-
J occupation of France. This
fcif Fascists listed by Serot
destroy his secret rec-
ind murder him. Their
came in Jerusalem where
(operated with a Communist
the Fatherland Front,
1 was "gunning" for Count
Hotte The author identified
flm.l killers as two Yemenite
Who belonged to the Commu-
|rgam?ation.
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A moonlight cruise on the Yacht
Seven Seas will leave Pier 8, City
Yacht Basin, on Sunday, June 7th,
at 5 p.m. Sponsors of the affair are
the Pioneer Women, Golda Myer-
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president. Mrs. Pearl Krieger
chairman, said that proceeds are
for the Child Rescue Fund.
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_______________FRIDAY
In Israel; Says Jews Are "Confident"
Pianist William Kapell Has Concert Tour Brandeis Festival
Opens June 10th
WALTHAMM Thousands of
visitors from all parts of the na-
tion are expected to throng Bran-
World famous pianist William Kapell is now in Israel on a concert deis University's 190-acre campus
tour. Miami residents will remember Mr Kapell for his dazzling per-|here ncxt WednesdaVi June 10th,
formance of the Prokofieff Piano Concerto No. 3. with the Iniversity |,__ .,._ __.__ _, IZJ _.
of Miami Symphony Orchestra, in April. 1952.
Jewish Floridien News Feature
for the opening of the second an-
After playing with the New York Philharmonic Symphony Orches- i nual Festival of the Creative Arts
tra last month. Mr. Kapell depart-
ed for an around-the-world concert
tour which will keep him abroad
for ;it least two years. He is accom-
panied by his red-headed wife,
whom he met as a student, and
their two children. David and Re
becca.
Mr. Kapell had three concert-
last week in Israel. His first mi
with the Israeli Philharmonic un-
der Eric Leinsdorf who held the
conductor podium for a Ions time
in Cle\ eland. Ohio. Subsequently.
Mr Kapell played in Tel Aviv in
a concert under the baton of Boris
t'illon and in Jerusalem during
which he gave a piano recital.
Miami Beach > Dr. Abraham
V" (son, founder of the Spinoza
Outdoor Forum, is Mr Kapells
doting uncle. In a letter here, the
I wrote: "The concerts have
' .1 ^reat triumph The people
went crazy at the first recital. 1
performed Copland. Schubert. Cho-
pin and Liszt, in addition to seven
William Kaptll
encores If I hadn't been exhausted.
I could have played 12 encores.
The musicians went wild."
Commenting on Israel, Mr Ka-
pell said: it is a poor country. are planning"to"artend'the"fifth an"
which will continue through June
Ulh.
Chapter, National Women's Corn-
Presented by Brandeis Univer-
sity and the Friends of the School
of Creative Arts, the Festival is
again this year directed by Leon-
ard Bernstein, noted conductor-
composer and Brandeis faculty
member.
The program, which has for its
theme. The Comic Spirit, is stud-
ded with premieres and innova-
tions. It will express all phases of
the artsopera, dance, theatre,
symposiums, painting, poetry, film
and the American comic strip.
Announcement has also been
made of three major art exhibitions
which will open the Festival. This
undertaking has been arranged by
Mitchell Siporin, Brandeis artist-in-
residence. and will offer a survey
of the Comic Spirit from Tiepolo
through Toulouse-Lautrec and
Daumier to Calder and Shahn.
Members of the Greater Miami
Chapter. National Women's com-
mittee of Brandeis LTniversity, who
Sitttt>rh 0'hoosvM OtiivvrH
Mrs S Goodman will head the Ibut ,ne P^P'6 are enormously nual conference of the group June
Coral Gables Jewish Center Sifter- 'musical From every other house is > through June 17th. will be
"<..... "' I- "* ^e was(ne _* of a child practicing J. ^^J-g^JjMjj
elected to presidency of the or- P'an" Uaually, too fast, like chil- Thev are Mrs Ben zion Ginsburg
I at an annual meeting) ron president, Mrs. Morris Goldin, Mrs.
la-; w,. Of the Israelis, themselves, the Harold Turk and Mrs. Betty Ober-
Othcn named to official posts j P'anNt notcd ,hat ,ne>' are T s
are the Mesdames M. BaskiB, 1st i confident. They have little money
vice president; H Braun. 2nd vicelan president; S. Blumenfeld. record-1'.,ut ,he sP'rit 's there. Here, the
ins rcretary; H. Fisher.
corre-
sponding secretary.
The Mesdames II Levy, assistant
correspi tiding secretary; B. Trup-
kin. financial secretary; M. Messer.
treasurer; H Rose, parliamentari-
an. C Rosenberg, historian; and S.
& I Mi I nd. counsellor.
Jews are sure of themselves."
The pianist compared Israel
with Florida, "where there is plen-'
ty of sunshine, and it is a wonder-!
ful place to live." Jews from all
over the world have settled in Is-
rael, according to Mr. Kapells ob-
servations They include residents
of Iraq. Persia and Arabia. The Ye-
^w VaW VT TO.
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Two -year Board members include men.te Jews, he said, "are beaut.-
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Karo and J. Korea.
Honorary members of the Board :
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dent; M Horwitz. past president;'
and Mi Morris Skop, w ife of the
Center's -pintual leader.
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Mrs. Louis Cohen was installed
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Other officers installed by Rab-
bi Mayer Abramowitz were the
Mesdames Lester Lasky, Allan
Acker. Robert Block and Herman
Stern, vice presidents; Sam Rosen-
thai, treasurer; Frank Briskman,
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FRIDAY, JUNE 5. 1953
*JeMstjrorXfian
PAGE 5 B
League Warns
Against Mllieit
I *e Of X antes
Mrs. Norman Babel, president of
the League of Women Voters of
Miami Beach, issued a warning
Singer To Head
Temple Israel
William D. Singer, communal
and civic leader, has been elected
president of Temple Israel during
I ------- pi f uiii
Linda Gertner and Cantor Samuel Kelemer S:md\nn(\LhT"1'JX" ^Y81, Linda Chisl'ng.
lMar., Ronnie Kronowitz. Barry GreenbergDorleneSlS ^W'^^Sb^ai'- Shhl^
land Sheldon Gerson. y Kaplan. Roberta Friedman. Ronnie Schwartz
Moneer Women
Council Installation
| The Council of Pioneer Women
Greater Miami held an installa-
tion luncheon yesterday at the Ca-
lllac Hotel.
| Mrs. Miriam Sirkin was instal-
officer, with Mrs. Bess Glas-
kr -peaking on her recent trip to
Irael. according to Mrs. Jennie
Jitlin. chairman of the Arrange-
ment Committee.
lAssisting Mrs. Seitlin were Mrs.
tan Weiss, Mrs. Vera Zeltzer and
Irs. Ida Powell.
Installed were the Mesdames
fee .latter, president; Lena Push-
In. lsl vice president; Ceil Segal.
pphia Krantz, Ida Powell and An-
Seltzer, second vice presidents;
hlian liaffel. recording secretary;
\r.::.< Soren Bild, financial and cor-
Bponding secretary; and Mar-
bne Stone, treasurer.
this week following the Miami an annual election meeting early
Beach election, against the unau- jlast week-
thorized use of the names of civil
leaders and organizations for politi-
cal purposes.
Others named to office are Hen-
ry E. Wolff. Samuel c. Levenson
and Max Holtsberg, vice presi-
ROSED ALE TZetuuixdHt
'At no time have I authorized I dents; Michael M, Isenberg, secre
the use of any name in endorsing | tary; Joseph R. Stein, financial see-
any candidate for election to the! retary; and Leo Ackerman, treas-
City Council," said Mrs. Babel. "In > urer.
accordance with the national policy Board members include Harry
of the League of Women Voters.' Boyell, Harry Frohman, Morris
which is completely non-partisan Klass, M. M. Mason, Alvin M. Sand-
hrm's Dissolution Told
lAttorney Leonard J. Kalish an-
lunced this week that the firm of
pertkof and Kalish has been dis-
Uved He is now engaged, in the
Inepl practice of law, with
Rice- in the duPont Building,
jute 1001. Miami.
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Cool, Summar Wonderland of
Kahn's Hotel
Ste. Agathe de. Monti, Quebec
J* VACATION THRIU Whether
IWre the OvtOMr r ln.*.r T.-e
T... A" Athletic Facilities
loat.ng, Bathing Private Beach
I entertainment and Dancing
Jhe unly strictly Kosher Hotrl in -
1 m i-iiii.-niim, nnder supervision I
[ tUDblniaa] Council uf Mon- I
i
moonen Carefully Neglected I
rve .\w_v?rlte or Phone 7 I
SPEND YOUK SUMMIK
VACATION IN TNI BLUE
-"'DCE MOUNTAINS .
OSCEOLA
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JOE RUBIN
Owner. Manager
Season June 1st to Oct. 1st
SWIMMING POOL
AokT?^PRT8- INCLUDING
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okLl?POMS W,TH BATH
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toward all candidates for office,
all Board members and officers
must refrain from any activity in
behalf of any political candidate."
Such activity, she explained, by
any Board member necessitates her
resignation from the Board, "al-
through such a member may retain
her membership in the League."
This basic policy of the League, its
n o n partisanship, is zealously
guarded, Mrs. Babel -added. "It
marks the League as a public serv-
ice group with no axe to grind."
lcr, David Stuzin, Max Turk, A. A.
L'nger, David Bass, Sidney I. Bern-
baum, Sam A. Goldstein, Aaron M.
Kanner, Leonard A. Wien, Adolph
Wcrtheimer and Dan B. Ruskin.
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grandmother or your daughter with her home-
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Dakota wherever there's a devotee of delicatessen
there's someone who says:
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The Management oi the fLAGLEK HOTU takes great pleasure in an-
nouncing that HAKKT N, ZAPANTtS at the rALLAS ATHINA Kestaurant
it now operating Mr Dining loom, sarvfaf tmma delicious and
exotic foods thai mad* him Immaot. Imported Grecian what and four
favorite drinks served ham Mr Cocktail Lounge.
OPEN DAILY
PALLAS ATHENA
FLAGLER HOTEL
637 W. FlagUr St.
From NOON to 12 P.M.
Phone: 2-8816
KOSHER DELICATESSEN
FOR 83 HONORED YEARS
the Gellis family, unto the fourth generation, has been
following the family tradition of Kashruth, Quality and
Taste ... Kashruth that is unimpeachable, Quality that
is impeccable... but above all TASTE that is incom-
parable. Today, as always,
the very name GELLIS
means the
WORLD'S FINEST
KOSHER DELICATESSEN
U. S. INSPECTED. EtT. 47J
ISAAC GELLIS m
37 ESSEX STREET
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&\s
1/7
- rxtoxxjmt,
has been awarded the designation
Cantors Establish Certificate Program;
Kelemer Awarded Charter Designation
NEW YORK Establishment of ;of "Charter Certificate Cantor" fol
a Cantor Certification Program "to, lowing a careful review of his rcc-
maintain the dignity of the can- ord.
torate" and "to raise its standards t Such designations are awarded
of service to the American syna-' on tne ^sis 0f a minimum of 20
gogue" was announced here by the years of cantorial activity in ad-
Hebrew Union School of Sacred dition to scholarly work done in
Music, training school for cantors, 'the field of liturgical music and in
and four other leading organiza-: the publication o liturgical com-I
tions functioning in the realm of positions
temple music. Cantor Kelemer. 36 years old. U
It was simultaneously announced ,. m ,his des.g-
fliat Cantor Samuel Kelemer. of
Temple Beth Sholom. Miami Beach, nat.on. Now in h.s 2.th >ear as
a liturgical singer, he was a child |
pn>digy wh<. appeared throughout,
the world He is credited with hav-1
ing starred in the first Yiddish I
talking picture
Actively associated with Temple
Beth Sholom for the past nine i
>-ears, he has published a Songster, j
a compendium of some 200 works;
which he compiled in collabora-,
tion with A P. Cannes, and a num
ber of original songs, as well
Cantor Kelemer organized the
Cantors" Choral Group here, the j
Cantor- Association of Greater Mi-
ami, of which he has been presi-
dent since its inception, and the |
Jewish Music Council.
The action, which sets up a
Board on Cantor Certification to
accredit qualified men now serv-
ing congregations, constitutes the
nd major step taken in five
years to fill the need which arose
when disintegration of Jewish re-
tigioui and cultural institutions in
Eastern and Central Europe cut
I American congregations off from
their major sources of trained can-
* J tors, according to the announce
Intent
Sponaortal the Cantor Certifica-
II tion Program are the School of
Sacred Musk, the school's Alumni
| Association the Jewish Minister-
Can: r- \ -..ciation of the IS and
Canaaa, the Board of American
Hazan Ministers and the Society for
the Advancement of Jewish Litur
. Music
Piano Recital Slates
17 Honor Students
Students of pianist Peggy Neigh-
ibors. 177 Navarre, Coral Gables,
will present a concerto program on
Tuesday evening. June 9th, 8 p.m.,
'at the Morgan Piano Company. Sev-
en youthful performers will each
play a concerto, with Miss Neigh-
bors taking the orchestra part.
The honor recital will present
the students who have won supe-
rior ratings in the Junior National
Federation Contest. Among them is
Stanley Friedberg. who recently
represented the State of Florida
over the National Broadcasting
Company in performances of
works by Roy Harris. Charles Tom-
linson Griffes and Aaron Copland.
Others who will appear at the
recital are Carol Ann Raymond,
Michelle Greenberg. Kirby Smith,
Martha Rearick. Michael Stokols
and Lynn Lee Featured will be the
new Concerto for Piano by Marian
Bauer.
ma Neighbors has also sched-
uled a recital of 25 students at the
Miami Women's Club on Thursday,
June 11th. She has been an in-
structor of piano here for the past
four years, coming from Chatanoo-
ga. Tennessee. She holds the Bach-
elor's and Master's degrees in
Music from the Cincinnati Con-
servatory' and studied with Mme.
Olga Samaroff. at the Julliard
School of Music in New York.
Fraternity Dropped For
Pledging "Non-Aryans"
AMHERSTPhi Delta Theta Fra-
ternity has dropped its Amherst
College chapter for violating na-
tional membership restrictions
which bar "non-Aryan" members.
The Amherst chapter was noti-
fied of the decision of the frater-
nity's general council by telephone
by province president Edward
Knowles, of Glen Ridge, New Jer
sey.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1953
=WF
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
(FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
IcOUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 159877
|>l\KV LOU CRAWFORD, I'lalmirr
|jull\' HENRY CRAWFORD,
I icfendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
n-<> JOHN HKNRY CRAWFORD
I '.I. ri'liint. Address I'nknown
V,U AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
hhai a omplalnt fur divorce has Inn,
|jil, quired t.i servo a copy of your nns-
,i un the Plaintiff's attorney, roh.
|KKT H. thaI'IHG. Bsctuire, s:,n Lin-
In Road, Miami Henoh, Florida, and
e I he original answer In the office
bf the ClerS of the Circuit Court on
before the 6th day of July, IBs!,
uilii i wise the allegations in said com-
l.iint will be taken us confessed by
PLEASE miVERN yourself ac-
toRDINULY.
Dated: May 2R, 1953.
K. It. WEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: M. C. GREK.N.
W il' Deputy Clerk
5-12-19-2*
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 159950
f.\DVE G. RONE, Plaintiff.
v I
ItiSK Go.N7.ALEZ. also known as
'.InSE iii).\ZAL-EZ RODRIGUEZ
anil I'ltl'DENCIA S. deUONZALEZ
hi* wife, and JEROME ANAPol.
doing business as DR1T1 CENTER
Defendants,
SUIT FOR INJUNCTION AND
OTHER RELIEF
. Ji.SK GONZALEZ, uIho known as
Jti.SK GONZALEZ RODRIUIJEZ
find I'HUOENCIA 8. deGON-
7.AI.EZ, Ills wife
JYiiu are hereby notified that a Bill
|( I'omplaint for Injunction and other
lief has been filed ganinsl you, and
u are required to serve a copy of
ur Answer or Pleading to the Bill
Complaint on the plaintiff's At-
rne>s, MYERS, HEIMAN & KAP-
LAN 630 Seybold Building. Miami.
Borida, and file the original Answer
I'llm'Iiiik ill the office uf the Clerk
tin Circuit Court on or before the
fh il .of July, 1953. If you fall to
v. j idgment by default will be
..a against you for the relief te-
nded in the Hill of Complaint.
ntlee ahall be published once
k for four consecutive weeks
_ III!. JKW18H FLORIDIAN.
|I'.m: AMi ORDERED at Miami.
Ida, this 29th day of Mav, All
NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NA^tlltf T,T'"
rid.,
M I CLVIN |{( iSENBERn
k-ass m'^k;v ,,a,,xks G
...-22-29 6/5
NOT,CE-UNDER F^CT,T(OU8
LEONARD KAUSIl"'- K,:VVI:"V
Attorney for Aiiullcant
1001 DuPont lldg
6/5-12-19-26 *"
NOTICE UNDER FICTITH^uT~
x NAME LAW ""
<'S22UL?W* ?tVBS> t
business under the .Pim' ''ngaKe '"
Coeu^nk.y?fF!ohre,daU,tU', <**" <" ***
CHARTS JMn^>,,N^;11V-^X
Sj^gjtettg
LEGAL NOTICE
IN
,.Ji^E C,CUIT COURT
DCE-^U^.TV--. FLORIDA
BDtTH
.CHANCERY No. 159593
nM. HATTAII.l.i;, Plaintiff
BROOKLYN C. BATTA1LLE
TO' BROfSfl ^BLIc'^Sn""
iO. I.Fii ii ,M,\N ,- BATTAuXa
Summit Avenue
' eeusboro,
LEGAL NOTICE
M{5g 7 q
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice Is HEREBY GIVEN
h- undersigned, desiring to
BE^TM tf Re! *
that
engage in
a, centoMed!" 'on""a"'t" wflfbeTa'ken
Dated: May S. 1933.
K- P. EEATHEKMAN,
Llerk of Circuit Curt
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
Shop
pEHS
Btol la \
i: H. LEATHERMAN,
' 'lerk, Circuit Court,
I'ade County, Hoi-Ida.
'"iirt Seal)
By M. C. OHKEN.
Deputy Clerk.
IIKIMAN & KAPLAN
iis for Plaintiff
ybold Building-, Miami, Florida
19-M
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
,LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
LORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
?rm!YJN CHANCERY. No. 1M784.
fbl'IIEN ARD1TO. Plaintiff.
VS.
KM ALA AHDITO. Defendant.
: (AKMAU ARDITO, Via Porta
< .iir.-se, Monte Calvari, #31.
Naples, Italy
ou are required to serve a copy
Veur answer to the Hill of Com-
mt for Divorce on the plaintiffs
orney and to file the original ans-
in the office of the Clerk of the
cult ( ouit on or before the 30th
of June, AD. 1953; otherwise, the
r i "iiiiilaint for Divorce, here-
>'< fi led herein, will be taken
lesvi it hy you.
ted al Miami. Florida, this
day of May, l53.
B. H. LEATHERMAN,
1 lerk of the Circuit Court,
Dado County, Florida.
urt Seal)
H>: WM. W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
'"" and Address of
'"tiffs Solicitor:
[TON A. FRIEDMAN
yhold nidg.. Miami, Florida
i 12-19
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY6WoRIDa"
RE: ESTATk'o??5728
NgVTcFkI0,F^:T^NTIo,^'TrMAKE
""^a^ "Sal
file.PmP,!1"!""""0 Khv" ,h:" lVf
F I t'.i U"1 "'l""'t :""1 Petition for
2ui wsafc"- Es,"",or ",h<
ceased; and that
July, |(5S,
FHAM
"f Dade county. Florida, for
of said final report ami for final ,iis."
ROSE DICKENSON, deceased
This 29th day of Ma.. 1 :
ARTHI-R RHODF.S" IMi-KKNSON
as Executor of Batata of
BrISK I Mi-K KXSi i.\. Deceased
GEORGE CHERTKOF
Attorney fur Executor
i;/."i-12-l!i-ji;
ror
- the
DICKENSON, de-
on the 6th da] of
mVvu- ,"',"' ;'.l'l'ly '" ""' Honorable
RANK |: l.iiwi.i.N-,; cdttnty Judge
ipproval
MrRIEL-TENMRda-
KWJS? .' "-'rJan of Miami
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CAISEWAY KI.IvCTRlCAI. SCPPI.Y
at ,41 5th Street. Miami Reach, In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
LARRY A JERRY FRIKDI.AND
6/15-22-29 6/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.i. T'': \3 HEREBY QD7EN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
RICKVSriml-''' '''; f""ti"us "" '"
?nT .. TIES SF M'AMI. at 35 N.K.
2nd Avenue, Miami. Florida. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
Florid-, '"" CUrt f Dade <"onty.
MA.^lMN^^[,N,CK-80le0w"
Attorney for Applicant
|/IiSIS^ l/S*-' Miaml' borida
NOTICE UNDER FICTmo'US-----
NAME LAW
NdTI.'i: IS HKRKHY (ilVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to encage In
',i"i:n-SM,V"'!,: ."'," (i'"'i""s name "
V..'..'., '" C.?.RPV d b ;l SURREY
HOTEL, at Miami. Florida, Intends
to register said name with 0v Clerk
Of the L:rc.i:: Court of Dade Countv,
rlorlila.
Kass Fr,,,'iy',":M"- CO"*
Attorneys for Olliemll Corp.
5/22-29. .; 5-12
. ...-----. ,i,,, ,-vi-(ij(|.- ai (-1),
Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Floi da
'.:1,'n,;:f,.-,,:;:1:,"cu,t c <* oiSe
ANNA BRENNER MEYERS
Kau'i'.if Mls- A"">ttc Kendall
'., 15-22-29 6/5
"onad atrlSwde couNNr- wS
"I AMERICA, a Florida
corporation, Plaintiff
UNITED STATES AIR
< ONDITIONINCI CORPORATION
a corporation, Defendant
AMENDED NOTICE BY
,..... PUBLICATION
I MTED STATES AIR CON-
DITIONrNO CORPORATION
1 "mo Avenue S.K. at 33rd
Minneapolis H. Minnesota
I ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a complaint jr damages has been
t yon by COODTRONIG
TO:
701
complaint (
filed against yob
KwV,'ORAT'ON OK AMERICA,
,n,?i a', ""''""""''"" '""' vou re re-
, *;. "'''rve '""> of >our answer
,l!l'Z,!,e,"'"""''vc "''adings thereto
Kvi'ti-V. .f.f V10'*'8- WWII AND
., ,-f' 4.'- Congress Building, Mi-
ami. Florida, and file the original In
the office of thy Clerk of the above
i.?- ?n-or he're the 22nd day of
HT^l.iSi therwlaa a default will
be entered against you.
Dated this lxth day of Mav, 1953
K. H. WEATHERMAN,'
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: WM. \V. STOCKINU.
V22-29- 6/5-12 DPU,y C'e"'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NciTICi: is HKRKHY GIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to enfae In
u-v', \ '.'','.'1" ""' "ctitloua name of
KEN LAST A: CO. (Not Inc ). at 4825
'." "':"' Avenue, MUml .Florida,
intends to register said name with the
lerk of the Circuit Court t Dade
County, Florida.
,,,.,., KENNETH M. EAST
MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for owner
"/29 : S-12-19
as
the
Ircuit
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
^COUNTY JUDOE8- COURT
Lori^rt? ,fOR DADE COUNTY,
pr,0F:s!rW0,,}JJTE-N0-8WW-B
fyZABETH Ml'RAR. Deceased
I ai le.ntors and All Tersons Hav-
K mis or Demands Against Said
and each of you. are hereby
W .'". Jre<'u'^", to nreaent any
|m and demands which
f "f you, may have
Jla '.'f KMZAHETH
U? '?.,e of ^ade
I'l' t Honorable
County,
offtcea I
pail,. (
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30230.B
In Re: ESTATE OF
LOTTIE BROWN. Deceased .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of LOTTIE BROWN, deceased
late of Miami, Dade County. Florida,
to the Hon. W. F. BIANTON and
FRANK B. DOWEINO. County Judges
of Dade County, and file the same In
their office In the County Courthouse
In Dade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dreai of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or i-ainc
will be barred. See Section 120 of the
1933 Probate Act.
Date May 14. A.D. 1953.
JOHN D. FARKAS
AARON FARR
STANLEY C. MYERS
As Executors of the East
Will and Testament of
LOTTIE BROWN,
Deceased.
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPIAN
650 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla.
Attorneys for Executors
5/22-29 6/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
."!*'!'.',",. ""'I,':' ""' fictitious name of
AVIRL1M JEWELERS, at 1631 Jeffer-
on Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida
intends to register said name with
the 1 lerk of the fin-nil Court of Dade
County, Florida
ROBERT GOLDBERG, sole owner
GEORGE .1 TALIANOFI
Attorney for Applicant
6/.-,-i2-l:i-ji;
you, or
against the
MIRAR. dc-
County,. Florida.
County Judges of
and file the same In
In the County Courthouse
unty, Florida. Within eight
lonths from the date of the
aen ,,' raVon """>' Sa'd claims
-m.inds to contain the- regal ad-
.niiiaiu and to be sworn
Mdar
"f the
ho''f,m.I,'d'd ** ,kfore8ll,d-~r~same
rate May 25. A.D. 1J63.
IhADOR FINE
MRS. ELSIE M. KINNEY
As Executors of the Lost Will
I 1 -lament of
ELIZABETH MURAR,
f-TO.V A FRIEDMAN Usieaed-
"*JJ for Estate of
eth Murar
-12-19
I
I SI,.,
t
CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
,....,. NAME LAW
IS HKRKHY GIVEN that
"jned, desiring to engagw In
under the fictitious name of
^1. I'lli in 1 BERVICE, at 716
Miami Beach. Florida, I it-
- 'later said name with the
ty. Klorldai <'"Urt f Dud
JlJ.Mt'EL L I.KINER
<. .UIHCDE LKINER
1 ,'i ,.:..'K -s 'HCCKNIIKIM
Hi"lt OHGGENHEIM
{JWBN <;. FOSTER
J-'^NOR FO8TER
' TANNEN
^
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 159430
MIZl'AH Y30LA JOHNSTON JACK.
Plaintiff,
vs.
ROBERT M. JACK. Defendant.
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
TO: ROBERT M. JACK
In care of H. E. Jack
181H King Street W.
Dundas. Ontario, Canada
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you ani you
are required to serve a copy of your
answer n: ,,hailing to the Bill of Com-
plaint on plaintiff's attorney. DAVID
A. FRANK, 403 Olympia 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 ifo so, judgment by default
will be taken against vou.
DATED at Miami, Florida, May
13th. 1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
ci.rk of Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
(CIRCUIT I'Ul'RT SEAL)
By V. B. MAC LAREN
Deputy Clerk
5/15-22-29 1/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GTVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
AMERICAN PLASTIC CO., at 2309
S.W. (2nd Avenue, Miami, intends to
r said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv.
Florida.
. F- BENJAMIN PELDMAN
S/19 1! 5-12-19
Downtown Sisters
Installs Officers
The Sisterhood of the Downtovjjl
Synagogue installed officers f6r
the coming year at the Melvin
Bloomberg Social Hall. 139 NW 3rd
Avenue, Sunday.
Officers installed Included
the Mesdames Louis Schwartz,
president; Ralph Krieger, 1st vice
president, Sam Botfan. 2nd vice
president; Harry Kahn, secretary;
and Sam Solodar, treasurer.
Rabbi Arie Becker was the
main speaker. Alvin Goodman
headed the entertainment. Mrsv
Benjamin Agronow was in charge
of arrangements.
Announce Appointments
At Scaroon Manor
Joseph Frieber, managing direQ
tor of Scaroon Manor, Adirondack
Mountain resort at Schroon Lake,
New York, has appointed Al Brown
to the position of director of ac-
tivities, and Roger Nichols in
charge of tennis activities, it was
announced this week.
Brown, well known in the New
York City educational system, and
principal of Public School 57,
Bronx, will supervise all social and
athletic activities at Scaroon Man-
or. Nichols has served as tennis
pro at such winter resorts as the
Useppa Island Club, Boca Grande,
Florida, and the Virgin Isles Hotel.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HKRKBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ,.f
HIKE'S FOOD CENTER, at lit- B.W.
27th Ave.. Miami, intends to reirisfer
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
human prestcba
stephen p. ke88ler
Attorney for Applicant
1 S.W. 22nd Ave.
5/29 6/5-12-19
^scau

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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30122-A
In Re: ESTATK OF
SAt.'L MINSKOFF. Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Ing Claims or Demands Against
Estate:
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
i laims and demands which you, or
either bf you, may have against the
estate of BAUD MINKK'"FF, deceased |
late of Miami I'.each,
Florida, to the Honora
Judges .of Dade County, and file the
same In therl- office In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication here-
of. Raid claims or demands to con-
tain the legal address bf the claimant
and to be sworn to and presented as
aforesaid, or same will be barred. See
Section 120 of the 1M:] Probate Act.
Date May 12. AD. IWt.
KIIANI'KI. E MlN8KOPP,
As Administrator of the
Estate of
SAUL MINSKOFF
MYERS. IIKIMAN S KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administrator
5/15-22-29 /5
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUOGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 30215-A
In Re: ESTATE OF
SADIE FRIEDMAN, Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against -Said
Estate:
Youl and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
lalms arid demands which" you, or
either of vou. may have against the
estate of SADIE FRIEDMAN, deceas-
ed late of Dade County. FVrlda. to
the Honorable County Judges of Dade
Courtly, and file the same la their
offices In the County Courthouse in
Dade County. Florida, within eight
Dade Countv, I calendar months from the date of the
rable County 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.
B M MACHTEI,
As Administrator of the
Esta'te of
SADIE KKIKDMAN. I......ased
P.OSENHnl si: ,v ItnSKNHOrSB
Attorney! for Administrator of the
Estate of Badle Friedman, Deceased
Olympia Uutldtng. Miami, Fla.
I 18-22-29 fi -,
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 ISM S.W.
32nd Avenue. Miami, intends to regis-
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
Al.AN Hoil.NSTEIN
Sole Owner
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
HO Beybold nidg.
5/22-29 I K-1I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, .!. ring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FRANKEL'S EXQUISITE LINENS,
at 2523 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, In-
tends to reglstei said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida,
IRVING FRANKEL
." 29 6 '5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE |S HEREBY GIVEN that
the.underiigrned, desiring to ang&ss in
business under the fictitious name 'f
BI8CAYNE RESTAURANT, at 1 Col-
lins Avenue, Miami Beach, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Counts,
Florida,
JOSEPH BANOW1TZ, Sole Owner
LEONARD K.VLISH
Attornev for owner
JlMll DuPont Building
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 flctisons name of
CORONET MOTORS, LTD.. at 915
Hal Street. Miami Beach, intends to
register ssld name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
CORONET MOTORS. INC.
a Florida Corporation
THEODORE R. NELSON
Attorney for Applicant
One Lincoln Road Bldg.
Miami Beach. Fla.
S 22-29 S/5.-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
McAllister gift center, at
McAllister Hotel. Miami, intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JOHN and CONNIE CLIFFORD
STEPHEN P. KES8LER
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 undcr.-iigncil. desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
LINCOLN BAR AND GRILL at 330!
Douglas lid., Miami. Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, ^"rlda.
WILLIAM d BENJAMIN
STEPHEN P. KE88LER
Attorney for Applicant
4 8.W. 2Jnd Ave.
5/15-22-Jl /5
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
COUNTY JUDGES' COURT. DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA, Probate 29977A
l;, ESTATE OP
YKTTA BDELSTEIN, Deceased
To all persons having claims or de-
mand- against said estate' You are
notified to file your said claims in the
office of the County Judge* of Dads
County Court House, Miami. Florida,
within 1 calendar months from the
time of first publication of this notice,
May 22. 1953. or same will be barred.
Itl SADIE FEINSMITH, Executrix
JOSEPH ZEMEI.
Attorney for Executrix
60S Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
5/22-29 /5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK 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 EY. .JR.
DORIS P. RICHEY
RICHARD KRIEGER FINK
Attorney for A. M. Texaco Service
412. Congress Building, Miami, Florida
5, 15-22-S 6/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thit
the undersicued, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious 11,1111,- of
PANELGLAS COMPANY, at 1041 i'.
29th .Street. Hialeah. intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
ART DISNBR
6,5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
NEW PRODUCT ENTERPRISES, at
213 N.E. 2nd Ave., intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
KOLOMON BALSAM .
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
HARLEM CUITHING CENTER, at
N.W, Ird Avenue. Miami, In-
tend to restistsr said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
1.1 "CIS REI8MAN
ESTHER REI8MAN
Ij2-2l fi Ti-12
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ATTORNEYS!
Ths Jswish Floridlcm so-
letts your lsqal nottcas.
Wt appfdat 7 o a r
patronage and auaranr
Im accurate ssrrics at
Iftoal rates. Phone 2-1141
lor messenger ssnrtce.
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PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
\;
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_FRTOAY. JUNE
Axlrod's Work With
Handicapped Told
By Readers Digest
Now leading all states on a per
capita basis in finding jobs for
handicapped persons is Florida, ac
cording to a story published in the
June issue of The Readers Digest.
Tlv? reason behind Florida's
pace-setting in this field is Leo
Axlrod, of the Empire Furniture
Company, a man with a serious
heart ailment, and his son, Edward,
who died some years ago.
The Digest story is by Ben Funk,
a reporter for Associated Praa in
Miami. In 1946. Edward Axlrod
formed a city wide organization to
make "independents out of de-
pendents ." Since then, according j
to FunkV report, some 1.000 crip-1
pled persons have been placed in:
productive jobs here.
When Edward died in 1948. Leo
Axlrod took up his work and i~
currently president of Independ-;
Mice, Inc He is a member of the
National Employ the Physic
Handicapped Committee and
chairman of the Miami Chamber'
of Commerce Disabled Placement
I omittee.
In addition, Axlrod received a
Citation from former President
Hi rr> Truman tor hi- work -with
the handicapped Axlrod empio>-
r :> disabled persons at his rat-
tan plan! at 1225 NE 2nd Avenue.
As soon as they acquire technical
proficiency, they are sent off to
positions elsewhere, and new re-
cruits are hired for schooling to-
ward independence
About 600 of Axlrod's former
Undents'' are now holding down
good jobs.
iota Alpha Pi Wins CJA TrotA*
Iota Alpha Pi Sorority at th? .ve years. This Mu'ion^
University of Miami has been de-, 19"52 Ce'le*
clared winner of the federation| Spocial pres,,,;,on of T'^
campaign trophy for unusual activ- .___. ,.un of e
ity in the 1953 Combined Jewish P"V rePrp!*"':'tivcs of the
Appeal.
Efraim Gale, executive director
of the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity ( enter, who acted as co-
ordinator of the Young Adult Di-
vision in this year's campaign,
made the announcemeat early this
week when final results of solicita-
tions at the university campus had
been compiled by campaign lead-
Mrs. Bert S. Klee (center\ newly installed president of the
Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood, is flanked by her vice presi-
dents (left) Mrs. Max Weitz and Mrs. Max Applebaum. Right
are Mis. Irving B. Kaplan and Mrs. Joseph L. Shawmut. Over
300 women attended the installation last Friday at the Saxony
Hotel. Mrs. Saul Herman, past president, was chairman.
The Young Adult Division cam-
I paign award is a 19-inch trophy
I surmounted by the figure of a
winged victory. A bronze tablet at
the base of the trophy will be in-
scribed with the name of the win-
ning organization.
Permanent possession of the I nition of "outstanding contr;!*
trophy will go to the fraternity or i tions" to communal welfare bj'
sorority which obtains the highest {organization under Jewish a
cash collections for two consecu-! pices.
Alpha Pi Bororit) will at ma,
the near future. according |n ft
paign Chairman Howard Kane
Myers Is Named^T
CJFWF Committee
NEW YORK Stanley C Mv*a
of Miami, past president of 3
Council of Jewish Federation, 2l
Welfare Funds, has been nameX
a special committee which !
designate the winner of the fa!]
William J. Shroder mo.
Memorial
Award, accordinu to an annouaJ
ment here by Julian
CJFWF president
The award will be made in
Freema,]
' in recof j
< nuiH'il Sponsors
Spring Festival
A taring festival party was
sponsored by the Greater Miami
Section of the National Council of j
Jewish Women for members of the]
C uncil'l English >:..--.- an Satur-
day, at Beth El Congregation.
gatioa.
Bill Baggs. of the Miami Daily
K was main speaker. The mu-
sical portion of the program was
under the direction of Mrs Ger-
trude Faber Also on the program
was the presentation of attend-
ance prizes to students by Mrs.
Joel Belov. supervisor of English
class* |
Mrs Sidney Lewis, chairman of
Council's Service to Foreign Born
Department, was in charge of the
event.
Ford Foundation OK's
Grants Totalling $125,000
HAIFA (JTA) Grants totalling
more than $125,000. have been ap-
proved by the Ford Foundation for
scientific research at the Israel In-
stitute of Technology, it was an-
nounced here by Technion authori-
ties. The research, which will for
the most part be carried on by
Technion personnel, will deal with
various aspects of the economy and
future of Israel.
Israel Legation Opens In
Helsinki; Officials Attend
HELSINKI (JTA) The Prime
Minister and leading members of
the Finnish Government were pres-
ent here at the opening of the
Legation of Israel. Members of the
diplomatic corps, state and munici-
pal officials and representatives of
the communal life of the country
joined members of the Cabinet, the
presiding officers of Parliament
and the Chief of Staff of the Fin-
Jak Army at the ceremony.
State Of Israel Street
BUENOS AIRES A street
in the city of Cordoba was named
State of Israel Street" in a cere-
mony this week attended by mu-
nicipal officials, representatives of
the provincial government, a dele-
gation of Argentine Jewish leaders
and Israel cultural attache Mor-
decai Avida.
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