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The Jewish Floridian ( June 12, 1953 )

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ilunteer Workers Get Set For BIG Day Door-to-Door Campaign Sunday unteer brigadiers are prepar-. statement here urged evervone in Uraoi'c n?i--i,...t 1 A I_ • _v to march on Jewish famparticipate in BIG1 Dav S 1' |" ? P Ch f d 1 d 1 m *hamz-j our power to support Israeli pion-1 quarters for calls. The telephone >ay, either as ing its farms, building and expandeers through the sale of Bonds." I number is 58-5561. in the Greater Miami area a volunteer or by remaining home |ay in a mass effort to sell as a prospective bond purchaser. n ew bonds as the quota set j Announcing final plans for the jIG (Bonds for Israel Govern-i one-day campaign, Binder and Mrs. Day). Burstein stated that the funds ley will be given final briefing derived from this BIG Day effort to kickoff breakfasts on Sun-1 will be a big factor in aiding Israel (morning at 9 a.m., simultanein its agricultural and industrial L in the Royal Palm Hotel, Midevelopment. iBeach. and the Bureau of Jew"Our achievements Sunday in Education, Miami. | adding to the total sales of Israel Trnard I. Binder, commander Bonds will soon be translated into HG Day. and Mrs. Manuel Bur: the purchase of equipment, supMiami chairman, in a joint plies and machinery for irrigating ing its factories, developing its electric power and exploiting its newly-discovered minerals," the statement asserted. "Wijh a continuing flow of investment capital from America through State of Israel Bonds, Israel will be able to make significant strides on the path to a self-sustaining economy." The importance of this drive, which climaxes the Spring camThey added that "Israel Bonds | Many of the volunteers received are a sound investment, paying a i their kits at a pre-BIG Day rally good rate of interest. They are' held in the Royal Palm Hotel. They backed by the full faith and credit of the State of Israel which has never defaulted on principal or interest of any obligation." Binder and Mrs. Burstein will set up the "nerve center" of the BIG Day campaign at headquarters of the Israel Bond Organization paign. was underlined by Binder for this area, 1622 Collins Avenue, and Mrs. Burstein who told volun-1 Miami Beach. A special team of eers: "We must do everything in \ volunteers will remain at headheard a recorded statement from Ambassador Abba Eban in which he stated: "Creation of a solid economic base cannot be accomplished by the people of Israel alone, eager and responsive as they are to the call of national self-interest." Ambassador Eban explained that it is impossible for the Israelis to Continued on Page 4 Hie\wiisltUEIIiD!nidliiQun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY ILUME 27—Number 24 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 12. 1953 PRICE: TEN CENTS 'if i i 9 >r. Dulles Report Appears Loaded To Washington Correspondent By MILTON FRIEDMAN Jewish Telegraphic Agency WASHINGTON — Secretary of State John Foster Dulles* radio report on his Near Eastern trip indicated that the Administration does not become a powerful fifth column ready to destroy Israel in the event of renewed Arab aggression. Because Mr. Dulles revived this main point of Arab League policy, there is fear that the Arab states will now be encouraged to resist Unitfeel it can bring about an ed Nations resettlement programs. ECEIVING BIG DAY KITS — Shown receiving their BIG Day from Commander Bernard I. Binder (right) and Mrs. Man,. Burstein, Miami chairman (second from left), are voluners Samuel Karp and Mrs. Miriam Press. BIG Day will be eld Sunday, lune 14th. Both Mrs. Burstein and Mrs. Press re co-chairmen of bonds in Hadassah. _^_^___ ferman Raps Pact; Calls For Nazi Rehabilitation HAMBURG (JTA)—A severe attack on the German-Israel repara |ns pact was made at the national convention of the German Party e by Dr. Hans-Christoph Seebohm, Federal Minister of Transport I Deputy Chairman of the party, the right wing of Chancellor Koni Adenauer's governmental coalition. This is the first time that a member of Dr. Adena uer's Cabinet has Iblicly launched so fierce an onnt on the German-Israel ement. Dr. Seebohm said that) I party was dissatisfied with the practer and scope of the agreeearly Arabi-Israel peace and will consequently assume a neutral posture while bidding for the friendship of the Arab states. Congressional friends of Israel agree that the United States must be impartial. But they are appre-, "expansionist Zionism" without hensive lest the Administrations troubling to disassociate himself pursuit of what Mr. Dulles describfrom snch propaganda phrases. On ed as "impartiality" produces dethe other hand, Mr. Dulles acvelopments detrimental to Israel, knowledged for the first time that A false hope of entering Israel has been instilled in the hearts of Arabs in refugee camps. There is concern over the fact that Mr. Dulles employed Arab League phraseology by referring to A conspicuous policy shift was revealed when Mr. Dulles said that "some" Arab refugees "could be resettled in the area presently controlled by Israel." It is significant that the Truman Administration. Arab economic warfare is being waged against Israel. But he praised dictators Naguib of Egypt, and Shishekly. of Syria, the two principal leaders of the economic warfare and political agitation against about two years ago, abandoned the Israel, mass movement of Arab refugees; Mr. Dulles registered in favor of into Israel as undesirable. Rehabili• Israel when he said that the Arab tation and resettlement in Arab states eventually will have to concountries have been cruelly pre-1 sider Israel as a permanent part of vented as Arab leaders insist on I the Near Eastern community. But mass repatiation to Israel. This is he referred in another portion of an utterly impossible proposal I his speech to "the area presently since the returning refugees would t controlled by Israel. This phrase | strongly connoted the Arab 1 League's refusal to recognize the j legality or performanence of Israel's borders. A hint was provided by Mr. 1 Dulles that the United States %  might favor the internationalkaj tion of Jerusalem when the question ccmes before the United Nations next Autumn. This is another project unfavorable to Israel | which has been dormant for a long time. Essentially, the Eisenhower high command officially put foremost Continued on Page 3 Crisis Ends; Ministers Are Invited Back nt. .the convention, which sound| the keynote for the Parliamenelection campaign, the Ger(an Party also went on record as osed to the law of indemnificai of victims of Nazi persecution ss former German prisoners of are also paid indemnification. law to compensate Nazi vici which the Bonn Government repeatedly undertaken to ex dite, is about to be introduced f the Parliament. German Party's election atform calls for immediate and peeping rehabilitation of all for*r Nazis and, by contrast, for a oroughgoing screening of all noni officials appointed in the postl*r era Former members of the •litary SS should be eligible for Unsions, the platform also de%  dsIn this connection, the •irman of the Germany Party in %  nan. H. Schneider, attacked ason the military SS "most *aoke members fought just as orably as the other German Wdiers nerve nu wu-1 • • German-israei oberlaender—Shrewd T actician: nhm said that I ——————-—-"-—~ — ""~ — ~~~ 2,000 DP's Rot In Foehrenwald; Overseer Is Heydrich ExChief MUNICH — "German Official, Former Nazi, Assails Jewish DP Camp" — headlines such as this have been a poignant reminder in recent weeks that more than eight years after the liberation of the concentration camps, some of their one-time inmates still linger in a camp on German soil, and now under German control. More than ever, they are truly displaced per s ns ______ Foehrenwald. an hours ride south of Munich near the pictur esque township of Wolfratshausen, is the end of the line for 2,000 men, women and children. In 1947, more than 60 large ***£EJ£ blackmaii"er or" personal renwald. a ^W^ o^^-M^^ Jewish Telegraphic Agency still in Germany, it is not by choice. Most are desperately eager to emigrate to countries of the Western hemisphere, often because they have relatives there or else because they fear that their state of health would not permit them to adjust to life in Israel. Yet they cannot obtain immigration visas. Many have been disapproved on medical grounds. Others are in eligible because of "moral turpitude" it means that they have been convicted of some offense, usually blackmarketing on a pitifully small scale. There are those who have been denounced as security risks" by some unsuccessful ,600 hundreds of sub-camps ^££ ~ H ving breeds grudges I war -r^'^Snfrs ftiSSM 5SKS-TTgM worker par.ance as "hardDr. Seebohm said he "bows in, nl io ns factory for its foreign la -pre case-._^ ^ ^ old timers ^thfsw^ !" "" Symb 1S | b i er ^ JeWi of Foehrenwald are!some 375 Jews Hv. in Foehrenwald who have caused the recent headline-making ruckus. They are "illegals" because, unlike those who have been in Germany continuously since the special "DP status" was abolished, they hold no residence permit for Germany. Generally they are former in-! mates of German DP camps who i went to Israel but found climatic i or other conditions too onerous. | They returned to Germany within | the past two years, crossing the border with transit or tourist visas, because they believed that from Germany their chances of emigra tion to Canada or to the United States would be better. Some have come in an effort to collect the compensation payments due them | for the time they spent in concentration camps. Unable to make a living in German cities and hankering after a Jewish atmosphere. Continued on Page 3 JERUSALEM (WNS) — With the return on Wednesday of the four General Zionist Cabinet members who had resigned from their posts more than a week before on the issue of permitting the Socialist flag to be raised in governmentsubsidized schools beside the Israeli flag, the Israel Government crisis was ended. The four who returned were Dr. Peretz Bernstein. Minister of Trade; Israel Rokach, Minister of the Interior; Joseph Saphir, Minister of Communications; and Joseph Serlin, Minister of Health. They were sworn in at their former posts in Parliament, following a three-hour heated debate which was preceded by a statement by Premier Ben-Gurion. Their return to the Cabinet came after their party reached an agreement with Mr. Ben-Gurion that a state education law would be submitted by the Cabinet to Parliament within a few days and after they had received assurances that the Minister of Education would issue instructions to all schools prohibiting the hoisting of any flag in schools except the Israel flag and the singing of any hymn except the national anthem. A resolution of non-confidence in the Government, which was presented by the Herut, Communists and Dr. Moshe Sneh's leftist group. was overwhelmingly defeated in Parliament. During the debate, Mapam leader Itzhak Ben-Aharon severely criticized the pro-government Mapai Party for the compro' mise it had made with the General Zionists on the flag-anthem issue, calling it "Mapai's most shameful surrender."



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PAGE 2 -Jf^lstlU^rkHn,, Emergency UJA Call Nets $20,391,000 WASHINGTON — Dollar proceeds totalling $20,391,000 poured in last weekend at the United Jewish Appeal's emergency two-day National Action Conference to give the UJA the greatest cash fund ever to come forward at a single Conference for support of critical rescue, settlement, welfare and rehabilitation programs in Israel and other parts of the world. More than 750 delegates representing nearly 4.000 communities heard Senator Herbert H. Lehman, of New York, call for United States aid to Israel and to Arab refugees, while warning that the United States government "will serve no high purpose" with suggestions that Israel give up any territory she now holds, or that large numbers of Arab refugees be resettled there. Senator Lehman said that while the lot of the Arab refugees is tragic, "the critical plight" of 3.000.000 Jews behind the Iron Curtain and in North Africa, "must also claim our immediate sympathy and assistance." He emphasized that "all territory that is now Israel will be needed" for Jewish refugees from countries of oppression "who must find haven, or may find death." The 750 Jewish leaders, who met to assess the first results of the UJA's special short term drive for ami Beach Jewish Center, just returned from New York, where he participated in the annual commencement exercises of the Jew, ish Theological Seminarv. He repS2o.000.000 in cash headed by JosnmaM ^ Rabbinical > Assomb {; eph Holtzman. of Detroit, brought „„.;_„ .u„ ,, r..j;.. eph the Conference to brought a climax. tiV v boavl \ a in 'il Wi'st Miami 11 vail Alex Fogel has been elected president of the West Miami Jewish Center. One of the early mem>ers of the Cener, he has held t h e offices of reasurer and 1st .ice president. The Jewish Theological Seminary of America honored two Miami Beach residents at its 59th annual commencement exercises held on Sunday, June 7th. David J. Jacobs (right), son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman D. Jacobs. 1134 71st Street, was ordained as "Rabbi, Teacher and Preacher" and received the degree of Master of Hebrew Literature. Rabbi Irving Lehrman (left), spiritual leader of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, delivered the closing prayer at the ceremonies. Looking on is Dr. Louis Finkelstein. chancellor of The Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Rabbi Lehrman Offers Dedication Prayer At Seminary Exercises Rabbi Irving Lehrman. of the Mimovement. Daniel Ross, of New York, was renamed chairman, and Mrs. Samuel Friedland, president of Miami Beach Jewish Center, was named vice chairman of the National Committee. While in New York, Rabbi Ixhrman also attended a farewell reception sponsored by the Albert Kinstein School of Medicine for Mr. Joseph Cherner who is leaving for Israel. in offering the Prayer of Dedication. Other participants in the ceremonies were Professor Louis Fink elstein, chancellor of the Seminary: Professor Saul Lieberman. dean of the Graduate School; Admiral Lew is L. Strauss, special advisor to President Eisenhower; and Dr. Max Arzt. vice chancellor of the Seminars. Those who received degrees were graduates of the Rabbinical School, the Teachers' Institute and Rabbis Plan Weekly Program Over WGBS Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, will inaugurate a new series of weekly radio proOther officers of the Seminary's College of Jew-' grams under the auspices of the fog*/ tary; E Laiken. recording secretary: F Supworth. financial secretary; and Jesse Teitler. treasurer. Members of the Board of Directors are Morris Harris. Jacob Meyers. Steven Simon, Harry Klein. Molly Lozoff. Morns Marlin. Helen Semmelmacher, Willard Bender, Eleanor Matza. Homer Gordon. Bernard Weiner, Martin Hammer and Harry Holly. named are David I ish Studies. Five honorary degrees Dresner. 1st vice j were also conferred. The cerepresident: Bermonies also marked the jubilee Tuesday evening, atYo: 15 p^m, ovlard Supworth.(convocation of the Seminary Li2nd vice presi-'brary which has a rare collection dent; S h i r 1 e y of Jewish books and manuscripts. Harris, corresRabbi Lehrman. a member of the ponding s e c r e -' Rabbinic Cabinet of the Seminary, subsequently met with Dr. Finkelstein and members of the faculty to discuss the part the Seminary will play in the approaching Tercentenary celebration of the American Jewish community. He also attended sessions of the National Planning Conference which launched an intensive program to plan the role of Jewish laymen in strengthening t h e Conservative association. The series will be presented each er station WGBS and will discuss the place of religion in the modern world. Rabbi Simon April is chairman of the Radio Committee. mm Aim % MAY II... FOR FRK INSPECTION CALL Wor/o"| lo-gtil t oil Conf.ol C*. 'MEMBER OF B'NAI B'RITH' Call 2-1776 HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS Now Available $15 Wookly A Mother*' Helpers ACE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE PHONE 9 3607 Hotel Greeters of America, Tropical Charter No. 19, holds its annual installation banquet at the Columbus Hotel. Standing (left to right) are Burno Hellman, sergeant-at-arms; Leo J. Etheir. chairman of Governors; and Bob Lipkin, secretary. Seated (left to right) are Louis Esloe, vice president; Roger Lane, president; and W. 7. Feldhake, treasurer. President VfVrrr Srr-.T-V'-ck-r. cf Rochester. New York, wainstalling c i cer f:.: trie clicr'.cr cr. I its cuxla-ry. 3i0 Lincoln Road Menanin* — Phono 5 5419 Entrance on Washington ATI. OCULISTS Prescriptions Filled Lenses and Frames Duplicated Largo Selection la Latest Styles til Auxiliary To Install Offiwrs Newly elected officers and Board members of the Greater Miami Auxiliary, Jewish Consumptives Relief Society, will be honored at an installation on Sunday evening. June 14th, 9 p.m., in the Sorrento Hotel. Mrs. Maurey Poncher and Mrs. Jacques Assacl arc chairmen of the affair. Mrs. Henrietta Schoenfeld will assume the office of president. Oth ers are the Mesdames Dewey Klein, Arnold Pewis. Jacques Assael and Maurey Poncher, vice presidents; Irving Gilman. financial secretary; Ida Poncher, corresponding secretary; Santley Offcnhuttcr, recording secretary; Jerry Poncher, treasurer; and Hy Friedman. Jack Gordon and Joe Rich man. trustees. Guest speaker will be Sam Gyson, rsdio commentator and columnist. The local group is an auxiliary of the non sectarian JCRS and maintains a sanltoriuni in Spivak, Colorado, where many patients are hospitalized from the Miami area. Temple Israel Blood Drive The Temple Israel Blood Bank will hold its second drive in Kaplan Hall on Sunday morning, June 14th, from 9 to 11 a.m. Breakfast will be served to donors, according to Lewis W. Gorfine, chairman. No Char.. 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iy, JUNE 12. 1953 +Je*lst>nor*Uan PAGE 3 fort Is Loaded, -respondent Feels |continud from Pag 1 the purposes of its foreign the allaying of the Arab s "deep resentment" of Ijcan support of Israel. The Viitratiun's intentions were Lrih by Mr. Dulles who said ienceforth an "impartial" polfc.uM be applied to Israel. Mr. explained that he feels the •are more fearful of Zion*an of Communism and they |,'.'.t ihe United States become lacker of expantionist Zion,rful elements within the nistration are trying to conPresident Eisenhower that bust ally ourselves with the lities of the Arab states in %  to win their friendship. This ilso maintains that we must It Arab friendship if we help The American Zionist feil has answered that it would Jielp any of the peoples of the |East if we punish one people ite to appease another." kre is little logic to the argu[that American support of Is^s cost America the friend|of the Arab world and' that Jould regain that friendship if lere to reduce aid to Israel. [hostility to Israel feeds on the [that the United States will ; to this propaganda—that a |e in the Administration in ngton would mean a decline ncrican aid to Israel. Dentists Install Officers At Westview Club New president of Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity in Greater Miami is Dr. George A. Graham. Installation was at the Westview Country Club. Other officers are Drs. Melvin J. Becker, president elect; Henry Green, secretary; Arthur Sokoloff, treasurer; and Murray M. Zinner, editor-historian. Dr. Al Rosenthal, past regent, served as toastmaster. Installing officer was Dr. Doran Zinner. kch Mayor, Miss Inio Wed Sunday ni Beach's new mayor, HarIhapiro, will walk down the ^Sunday afternoon, 2 p.m., at iiami Beach Jewish Center to Inge vows with his fiancee, [Sylvia Chinio. attorney and his bride-elect I their application for a wedI license on Tuesday. Rabbi jLehrman will officiate at the ony. | invitations are being sent out, ding to Miss Chinio, who has [residing at 2383 North Bay Shapiro, of 2418 Flamingo said that all of their friends quested to attend. Ben Yomen Quits Jewish Folk Chorus After five years as music director of the Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus, Ben Yomen this week announced that he has severed his relationship with the chorus, as well as with its parent organization, the Jewish Music Alliance of New York. Plans for the coming season include the forming of a new Jewish community choral society on a broad cultural level which will serve the needs of the area here, Ben Yomen said in his announcement. Musical works in English, i Yiddish and Hebrew and liturgical compositions will make up the well-rounded program he plans. The Ben Yomens are leaving for New York to gather material from the leading music publishers there and will return on August 1st to start their'schedule for a chorus of 100 singers. Trice Will Head Red Cross; New Directors Named CV.W. Trice Jr., Miami realtor, was elected chairman of the Dade County Chapter, American Red Cross, by chapter directors at their meeting last week in the Columbus Hotel. Trice, who succeeds Mrs. M. F. Wittichen, present chapter chairman, will take office July 1st. Other chapter officers elected were: vice chairmen, Allen Morris, president of the Keyes Co., and Comer Kimball, chairman of the Board of the First National Bank of Miami; secretary, Mrs. H. O. Vance. Coral Gables; and treasurer. Dean S. Campbell, vice president of the Florida National Band & Trust Co. Additional directors elected by the Board were William J. Pruitt, Maurice Klein, Harry Ebright, Mrs. Arthur Weller and Mrs. Harold E. Davis. Beer And Entertainment The Israeli Cargo Ship El Yam showed its deep appreciation for Miami's radio fare when it passed the area's coastal waters recently. Reuven Ramati, purser, in a letter to Simon Seiden, producer of the Jewish Forum on the Air, expressed his thanks for the program. "Could you arrange another morning for us when we are passing again? It will be on June Bureau Appoints Board, Membership At the closing meeting of the Board of Directors of the Bureau of Jewish Education, delegates-atlarge were elected to serve on the general membership and the Board of Directors of the Bureau. Named to the Board of Directors are Leonard Barr, Seymour Liebman, Mrs. Seymour Liebman, Benjamin Meyers, Sam Prosterman, Dr. Harry Queen, Mrs. Matilda H. Ratner, Israel Shapoff, Jess Spirer, Harold Thurman, Charles Gottlieb, Joseph Duntov, Harry Simonhoff, Louis Heiman, Mrs. Ruth Robbins. Judge Harry Greenberg, Sol Goldman, Ehiel Lesowoder, Mrs. Joseph Duntov, Max Meisel, Irv Katz, Charles Fruchtman, Morris Honigbaum and Maurice Grossman. General membership list includes Dr. Max Lipkind, Dr. Henry Meyer, Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, Dr. A. Kitzen, Bea Jaffer, Melvin Schwartz, Harry Sirkin, Mrs. A. Kasow, Mrs. Irving Kaplan and Albert Quadow. 2.00$ T O" ft Rot [ in Foehrenwald Continued from Page 1 they sought refuge in the last of the Jewish DP camps. West Germany is crowded with close to ten million expellees and refugees, about two million of them in Bavaria. The Bavarian State Secretary for Expellees and Refugees, Professor Theodor Oberlaender, might therefore be assumed to have his hands full dealing with the problems of his millions of charges, without singling out for his attention the handful of returnees in Foehrenwald. But Oberlaender, formerly a Sudeten German Nazi and SS officer who worked closely with the infamous Gestapo chieftain Heydrich and later held high positions in the Germanoccupied Ukraine and Crimea, is too shrewd a tactician to overlook: the political popularity that can be gained in Bavaria through attacks upon Jewish DP's. He heads the BHE refugee party in Bavaria and does not forget that elections are at hand. Flagler-Granada Women See Mental Health Film The Women's Group of the Flagler Granada Jewish Community Center will meet on Thursday, June 18th, 8:30 p.m., at the center building. Mrs. Jess Freed, program chairman, has arranged for the showing of a film, A Feeling Of Hostility, 23rd," wrote Ramati. "I am getting through the courtesy of the Mental two cases of beer; let us hope for Health Society, the best. Our regards to the JewA Mental Health Society speaker ish community of Miami." will narrate the film. Mollie Kahcmer Ladies Set Swim Saturday The pool of the Carib Motel will be the setting for a swim party sponsored by the Mollie Kahaner Ladies' Auxiliary of Congregation Monticello Park. Mrs. E. Bregman, chairman of the affair, assisted by Mrs. L. Weiss announce that cabanas will be available and that the full facilities of the swimming pool and refreshment bar will be open to the guests. Go out to Sell or stay home to Buy Israel Independence Bonds on If'j the only way she can i gef him to go to work nee they got -their new RCA ROOM AIRCONWTIONER You bet life can be enjoyable • •. wonderful days, wonderful nightt. .. lound aleep. you'll feel batter in every *ay when you tune in tho wtather you want with an RCA Room Air Conditioner. As low as $229.50 I Nu-Age Corp. 1667 ALTON ROAD Miami Beach Phone 58-0434 ASK FOR %  l> OKA SUNDAY, JUNE 14 STATE OF ISRAEL BONDS 1S22-COLLINS AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH. PHONE dJWbi I



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PAGE 4 +.kl*i>nor*MMn wjartsti Meridian %  Publitned every Friday sine* 19Z7 by the Jewish Floridlan at 120 N. E. Sixth Street, Miami 18, Florida. Entered as aecond-clasa matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March 3, 117*. The Jewish Floridian hai absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Artt Feature Syndicate, Worldwide News Service, National Editorial Association, American Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, Florida Press Association. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editor OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N. E. Sixth Stree* Telephones 2-1141 2-8212 The Jewish Klorl.llan does not guarantee the Kashmir, of the men haml:maitvertiaetl In Its column*. S U One Vear SCRIPT *J0O ON RATES: Two Years ts.oc Friday. June 12, 1953 Volume 27 Number 24 Sivan 29, 5713 A Declaration Revived Ln a report to the nation following his Near Eastern fact-finding tour. Secretary of State John Toster Dulles has reaffirmed the joint AmericanBritish-French declaration of May 25, 1950. The declaration to which he referred states that "the three governments, should they find that any cf these states (of the Near East) was preparing to violate frontiers or armistice lines, would, consistently with their obligations as members cf the United Nations, immediately prevent such violations." We feel that the State Secretary has made a noble bid to use American influence to promote a reduction of tension between Israel and the Arab countries. But we can not help wondering why this declaration mustered no support from any of the three contracting parties before now. The settlement of the Arab-Israel conflict. Mr. Du;les declared, would require concessions on the part of both sides. But he also candidly reported that Jewish State officials have agreed that United States policies should be impartial so as to win not only the respect and regard ci the Israeli but also of the Arab peoples. Il seems to us that Mr. Dulles' observations place squarely on Moslem shoulders most of the job involved in bringing peace to the Near East. While Jewish leaders show their constant willingness to submit to the fairness of American judgments, Arab spokesmen con:.: ue their attacks against the United Stales With the charge that our nation is backing Israel in a policy of "agqressive expansionism." As we see it, American foreign policy asnes that Arab suspicions and fears need quieting and that once accomplished peace will be restored. But this makes the Moslem part in the conflict a passive rather than an active c.-.e and belittles Mr. Dulles' personal observations on who seems prepared to make the greatel concessions. The fact is that the Arab Lecgue entertains more than suspicion about Israel. Expansionist Zionism" is little else than a Moslem weasel word. Mr. Dulles is aware that it is the very existence of Israel which Arab leaders will not tolerate. This is an entirely different matter from fear or distrust. We certainly do hope that the May, 1950 declaration henceforth enters into the Near Eastern picture, but American-British-French policy must look to more than soothing Moslem suspicions, alone. A pampering attitude based on misjudgment can only bring added recalcitrance. A Birthday Reealled With so much world interest focused on pivotal issues in the Near and Far East, little attention has been given to the passing birthday of that mustachioed demon with the downswept haircomb who unleashed an unparalleled wave cf hatred on the European continent less than twenty years ago, brought his people to the highest ascendancy of political and military power and hurled them subsequently into the depths of destruction and spiritual bankruptcy in a tragi-comic Twilight of the Gods that reportedly witnessed his own suicide. But Neo-Fascists and Nazis did celebrate Adolf Hitler's 64th birthday in Germany on April 20th. and Nazi refugees in Austria and Spain joined them in the ghoulish observance. In Madrid. Der Feuhrer's erstwhile playmates attended services for him staged by representatives of the Catholic Church at the Shrine of the Holy Sebastian. Apparently, these "religious leaders" have forgotten the attack upon them by Nazidom's spiritual father. In fact, many cities held memorial meetings at which eulogies of Hitler were spoken and where the Horst Wessel song was heard. This quaint composition has for its primary refrain: "Wenn das Judenblut vom Messer spritzt" (when Jewish blood spurts from the knife). All cf these occurrences can be added to the recant, brave appearance of Former Mussolini Black Shirts in Italy — those great military heroes, who during World War II, wept and pleaded ignorance when the Allies finally caught up with them and who are credited with having been the most cowardly forces in the entire conflict it seems that the Europeans will never learn. rVywA^UA By LEO MIHDLIN THERE IS ALWAYS SOMETHING GRATIFYING functions of the Jewish Social Service Bureau JSSB' %  '" 9 ing Sunday at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel did not n ment. It seems to me that the agency's professional 5'? remains the secret for this continuing gratification t been made by the bureau in the direction of ••po Du 'u • ities to the point where professionalism might be endan Indeed, JSSB's determination to attain and nmt Wt *~ standard of family counselling has led to one of its rnaS \ and was the source of a most informative report it &f !" by Mrs. SUnley C. Myers, president. The agency s rSSS?3 %  nil—ri to rest on a generally iil.mn,-..,, „,i _.. : P u, ation in Bar-"***** STILL AT THE PEACE-TABLE, ALONE Hear Their .Story Greater Miami will participate in a Bonds of Israel Government Day on Sunday, June 14th. In thousands of homes throughout the area, as well as the nation, volunteer workers will bring directly to their neighbors the story of Israel's program of development and urge the purchase of State of Israel Bonds. In these columns, we have on countless occasions urged, begged and cajoled residents, here for their support of the bond campaign. BIG Day represents a concerted one-day effort I aimed at eliciting this support But there can be no denying that every day must be BIG Day I if the Jewish State is to attain economic inde-' pendence in the near future and solidify its political freedom so valiantly won in 1948. The health and growing strength of Israel depend! upon the rapid upbuilding of its industrial and commercial facilities. As a vibrant, I modern nation, Israel is aware of all the laws! of economics. Its leaders recognize that total I independence must be financial, as well as! political. In a message on the eve of BIG Day, j Ambassador Abba Eban said: "Our economic development depends upon the availability of investment capital, while our political security, I in its turn, will be consolidated in direct pro-' portion to our growth of economic strength." So long as the Jewish State must continue to import more than it exports, its financial outlook will remain weak. The young republic's problem in this regard finally revolves around the need of manufacturing sufficient quantities of products for home and overseas consumption, with purchasing abroad remaining at a minimum. This is the crux of the matter. There is nothing idealistic over which we can wax poetical with these very basic facts. The cold reality of the laws of economics now primarily confronts the builders of the Jewish State. The monies from Israel Bond purchases can help them meet this reality. Our support is needed to insure Israel's further progress. BIG Day on Sunday, June 14th. will provide us with a splendid opportunity to answer the call again. •IS.Sll Looks Ahead The 33rd annual meeting of the Jewish Social Service Bureau last Sunday proved to be one of the outstanding yearly organizational functions in the Miami area during the past season. Most notable was the presence of many new faces at the meeting which attests to JSSB's increasing significance here. The bureau seems especially to haYe attracted the interest of many young persons, and this speaks well for its future. The proqram of community interpretation in the annual report environs brinainq to the Miami area the story of JSSB's function and scope. We feel certain that ih* r-a-o u-nrV nn^rv will find a rapid and understanding response on the part of residents here. appears to rest on a generally ill-conceived notion tilT"' is undoubtedly the result of a misinformed public that h 0rt 1 educated away from the early conception of social servul ^ involved charitable basket-giving. < mce activitj Thus, the insistence on a sort of professionalism h. and increased understanding keep pace with the newest ri i in family counselling and JSSB's reticence to -uhmit to TK ,"' garly called "publicity" have joined hands in mamtainin? ., nate conspiracy of misinformation and even polite „hT agency's capacity to function where it is most needed SMS been hampered. JSSB's immediate need, as I see it is to t L_ horizons of its activity for general perusal. The days wh ff ladies avoided the boredom of affluence through social servWta are long over. Indeed, they are themselves as likely subject* 3 family counselling as were the financially indigent fifty ynrT • • • • • MRS. MYERS' REPORT STRESSED THE FACT that tfce b group is a most essential institution in creating healthy mm* 1 sound citizens. The anthropologist would be more blunt-'aTtaS group, he would say. is the very foundation of human society uSj danger to its unity represents a danger to the community at km il the face of this. Mrs. Myers indicated that there is a MC^HI the stability and authority of the family. S *-M The psychic reasons behind such a state of affair, are maufJ Continuing wars, erex changing conditions in our political andecoZI situations and even the unconscious disturbance we evperiencell I the critical tension* in other spheres of the world which serve to U lenge our fundamental security all play their part in creating M insoluble neuroses. J A technologically-oriented society that presently seefi its discoveries is another irritant for man's impri-sionaM< less and less frequently finds an opportunity to express aggressive instincts in healthy fashion. The result has been! of an atmosphere breeding mental disease in one out ol r.ye, and an estimated 9,000.000 persons who suffer from sot, anxiety hysteria. The result has also been the agglonerifcj 7.500.000 mentally ill human beings who continue lunctionti" hazard day-to-day existence under tremendous emotional Further statistics in Mrs. Myers' report Sunday r.. v disheartening facts. She pointed out that one out of four marri^, destined 4e failure. The connection between this and the prtrtl of mental ill-health is clear. Their impact on the family pi manifest. In this regard. Mrs. Myers indicated that the function Jewish Social Service Bureau must be directed toward maintainin— endangered family unit Community interpretation of JSSB's utfo should Involve making the agency's services known, she sa£ • • • • WHILE IT IS EASY TO EXPLAltf the bureau's capacity asiM tary aide, it appears difficult to point out the professional uprttj social case work. What must be understood is that JSSB's eajat| now lie* in reaching out toward the emotionally disturbed andiir#| ing it right and respectable for them to get help and to put waftl their continuing destructive relationships. The agency deplores the still prevalent feeling that toaaa I stigma.attached to seeking family counselling. The problem id— resolves itself to the need for bringing reality and anxiety distort together so that the former can be clearly seen and the latter suotuIn this regard, Mrs. Myers sought to point out the essential faH*7H the belief that case work is a "poor mans lesser psychiatry "I | here that the distinction between family counselling and MSM psychotherapy failed to be clarified. | Part of JSSB's announced decision to engage in community's! pretation must involve a clarification of its manner as well a? itssw The function of a psychiatric therapy regimen is u> uncover nnfll hysterias, outroot and destroy them. The JSSB case worker, as 1* has another task before him. Recognizing the existence of tenswo emotional disturbances, he must help the client seeking family"" to establish harmonious relationships with the persons who the most intimate part of his daily life. The Jewish Social Service Bureau is not equipped profej-s to discover and abreact neuroses or to deal with the mentally I large scale; it does no pretend to be. Rather, it is adopting a £ %  of activity which alms at alleviating the primary symptoms; turbance and which is dedicated to the principle that there is* more sacred than the family unit. In this regard. JSSB is an agency whose services are opetrt Economic and social stratifications no longer obtain in the SCOP work. The bureau's 33rd annual meeting Sunday did a splenf" emphasizing this fact. BIG Day Volunteers Get Set For Sundayi. Continued from Paoe 1 achieve their goal alone "any more than the American -pioneers could have developed your great country without the aid of European investora." He added: "Our over-riding need is a condition for our economic strength and for our political integrity, a steady stream of invest ment dollars with which to capital it* our rapidly-growing economic plant, purchase the equipment we must have, and increase our overtaxed transport, power and communications facilities." "It is to your everlasting & I the Ambassador assurTd jteers, "that you %  *• w — the intensity of this**** Uwm therefore wUlgLg 1 fice your time on BK. ^^ !to bring it hc>aasv-te-giwJ* and neighbors *;%g\ 1 „ew link in^Srfi J together the Armr^-^ —rasas* .. -wen-* day. June area.



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;-;H ;^^;S^^i^^-S?iS[is;.';i?7^ IX, IUMP4?. J53 ^r.; Kennetn, Geoffrey Randall Are First In Speech Tries Kenneth and Geoffrey Randall have both won first place for their grades during annual speech contests held in their respectiveschools. Kenneth, 15, is in the graduating class at Kinloch Park Junior High School. He was called upon to deliver his winning speech, Crossroad, at the first annual band show of the school and was subsequently honored during graduation exercises last Wednesday evening. A two-time winner, Kenneth also achieved first place when he was a fifth grader at Sylvania Heights Elementary School with a talk on Patriotism. Geoffrey. 11, is in the fifth grade at Sylvania and captured first spot recently with his speech entitled. Be Glad You're An American Child. Kenneth and Geoffrey are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. Randall, 6356 SW 14th Street. +Je*i d p H—1 — %  > • Jfci V# aijlltjl 'tWl ^Wf4 V # %  *• i>ifci.W.4W %  V i-i-.-W XJ "If our customers ._ had designed this label yr %  *-•-. %* ... ... m. .. *,..-.., **• %  •*-.*• • *•• #*4 -*-• :<# .. ..-•• ,\ .... %  A HEINZ might have looked like this OVEN BAKED BEANS ...Mighty important words, "OVEN-BAKED!" They guarantee mellow, nut-like flavor. "Mm... ...—.* •- %  — a meichel!" At Your Neighborhood Food Fair wi RICOUMINO *> A y *v***<-*** < STAR of DAVID MEMORIAL PARK frtr.ff* G At DIM or ITI*I ** %  Bernard E. Supworth, Pre*. ST. ft mutTTO MAO. SOOTH MIAMI 74 *" •<"o.akI. Mcea Tenes Mey •• Arreefei **** .. ..-~~ Mighty important symbol is ,4he seal— of approval of THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA. It guarantees a Kosher food! J*.,,A' # ., %  rH'•• %  *--•• %  %  ..+-'> %  *•%" 4h+m****+u* *S**^ KOSHER BAKED BEANS IHpMMH f, m %  — % % % %  %  %  %  )'"'" '*" -^ Strictly Vegetarian If* 1 **H'H_/ !>• %  .^wm Kiiww" n wii n mwt Bt tvt9Fr'z£ysjx.''X r ..'.'t>w >*.IWiIM i %  %  .t'*~-'** %  "*'



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PAGE 6 9-L^idhiMurAMan -JXtotCi. -tax. "Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR (Copyright, 1951, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) •9 WASHINGTON TRENDS: Opinion is divided among American Ziolist leaders on the views on Israel expressed by Secretary of State John Foster Dulles in his radio report to the nation on his trip to the Middle East Some consider certain aspects of his report very unfriendly to Israel Especially, his remarks that the Arabs are more afraid of Zionism than of Communism, his insistence that Israel must re-admit some of the Arab refugees and his hint that Jerusalem should be internal ion alized Others, who try to see the silver lining in Mr. Dulles' remarks, find that although the Secretary of State was very outspoken in his pro-Arab views, he was not exactly anti-Israel However, the latter, too. admit that they cannot understand why the Secretary found it necessary to drag Zionism into his address He could just as well have said hal the Arabs are more "afraid of. Israel" than of Communism rather than to state—as he did —that they | are more "afraid of Zionism" than of Communism Zionism is. after all. worldwide Jewish movej ment with many followers in the I'nited States Those who wish to be leu pessimistic about Mr. Dulles' views on the Arab Israel issue console themselves with the fact that his report was no declar ation of immediate policy but rather an outline of principles • • %  They point out that while it is true | that Secretary Dulles wants Israel | tn admit some of the Arab refu I Kees. he accepts the position that most of these refugees cannot be repatriated Also, that while he hints at the internationalization of Jerusalem, he formulates his view (in the religious aspect by stating that all three major religions have an interest in the city This. the) say, ia in accord with the suggestion long advanced by Israel that the Holy Places in Jerusalem but not the city itself—be placed under international supervision The real good point they see for Israel in Mr. Dulles' report is his indication to the Arabs that they have to get used to the idea that^ Israel is a part of the Middle East • • • ISRAELI ECHOES: Top American Jewish leaders— Zionist and non-Zionist—heard this week, at a closed meeting in New York, a very interesting report on the military situation in Israel The report was presented by Col onel Herzog. military attache of the Israel Embassy in Washington Those present received a clear picture of the meaning of the Arab attacks on Israel's frontiers which seem incidental but which are actually part and parcel of an organized Arab plan directed by trained military leaders Israel Am bassador Abba Eban. who was planning to take his vacation in Mexico, may change his plan and remain in Washington to be on the spot for any developments that may result from Secretary Dulles' return from the Middle East Israel Minister in Washington. David Goiten. may soon leave for Jerusalem to become a member of the Israel Supreme Court The Israel Government has received orders for concrete airfield construction from the North Atlantic Territorial Organization and is seeking to secure more orders from NATO Such orders would mean millions of dollars income for the Jewish State, since Israel is in a position to produce and supply many of the materials needed by the defense organization of the Western powers • EUROPEAN DEVELOPMENTS: By the time these lines are read, three American Jewish leaders will be on their way to Vienna to start reparations talks with the Austrian Government They are Dr. Nalium Goldmann. Jacob Blaustein And Adolph Held They will meet on Sunday, June 14th, in Paris to coordinate their views and will then proceed to the Austrian capital where they will be received by the Chancellor Julius Raab on June 16th After their talk with the Austrian Chancellor, at which top policy matters will be discussed, the negotiations on details will be conducted by a staff of experts headed by Moses Beckelman, European director of the Joint Distribution Committee The sum which will be asked from Austria for reparations to Jews who suffered under the Nazi regime there cannot be revealed for the time being But it will reach into the millions of dollars Jewish observers in the United States who are interested in the German-lsrsel separations pact are now watching with the greatest of interest the parliamentary election campaign which is developing in West Germany ... No doubt exists that neo-Nazis and other groups will utilize the campaign to attack the present Adenauer Government for the reparations agreement .. However, there is no danger that German payments to Israel will be affected by such anti-agreement propaganda. Reverend Kaminetzky Named To Staff The Board of Trustees of Mount Sinai Hospital has appointed Reverend Benjamin E. Kaminetzky as a staff mohel of the Hospital. Reverend Kaminetzky served in Durham, North Carolina, before coming to Miami Beach to accept the post of head teacher at Beth Jacob Religious School. GMJCC Counselors To P< In Week-Long Training InstfiX! A week-lone intensive Counselor TH„ .._•. A week-long intensive Counselor Training Institute will be conducted beginning next Monday for the 50 members of the joint Day Camp staffs of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, it was announced by Mrs. Jess Freed, Camp Committee chairman. The institute is designed to provide a thorough preparation for every counselor in program skills will talk and techniques in working with children, in preparation for the camp season which begins on June 22nd. for a total of 300 children. On the opening day, counselors will be addressed by Center Executive Director Efraim Gale on Camp Objectives, with the discussion being led by Emanuel Tropp, director of activities. A workshop in group singing will be conducted by Harry Shamis, area supervisor for the Flagler-Granada Center. 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r TUNE 12.19SA. rJmisHkrkUnn PAGE 7 Monies n ^ :crs Here i world has hope that the L of brotherhood will L a cc and a better life," Dr. [W Pearson, president of Iversity of Miami, said in VMonday before the anting of the Florida Regtjo na | conference of ChrisId Jews, larwn said there is no basis Bimism toward the future. prophets of doom, the *as hope, and the critics brant i>ersons who lack comnsc r highly vocal minorh a think it is smart to be lively critical." Larson's message was heard XM jroup of civic and rebaderfl at the Robert Clay iRcelected Catholic co-chairL, Hoscoe Brunstetter, with Hciman named Jewish co-; to replace George Chertj If. Franklin Williams, nt co-chairman, announced was stepping down after of service but would conserve until his successor is officers named were HarLandfield, treasurer, and lice MacVicar, secretary. Members, some representing groups, are Mrs. Sydney ub. Community Organizaouis Schwartzman, Educajrganizations; Max Orovitz, 1 Committee; and Dr. JosCot. Religious Organizations. uulti To Hear UerarA ria, Miami Beach Young Zifcstrict. will hold its weekly Jiabbat at the home of NatalInstiin, 8090 Hawthorne AvoniRht, 9 p.m. Bcrard, junior vice com• of the Jewish War Veter[ll bo featured speaker. BerI discuss The Importance Of knd Its Ramifications. ntly elected president Ardwin announced that Leonlyderman will be in charge |ing. Cwenneth Snyderman nan of the program. FLYING INSECTS \w. REAL-KILL \ INSECT BOMB | 47 12 OZ. CAN chrager Drug Store 1001 W. Ftagler SI. Miami IWe Deliver Ph. 2-0707 i mcoMMixn RIAL ri'i, Mrs. David Alper, newly elected president of the Miami Beach Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, receives the gavel during installation ceremonies from Mrs. Ida Optner, vice president of District No. 5, B'nai B'rith Women. Mrs. Ben Lebow is retiring president and current counselor. Mrs. Harry Kaufman acted as chairman of the affair. Ten women guests became members of the chapter during the installation ceremonies. nunwMHpaMB"" 1 ""* il, Summer Wonderland at Kahirs Hotel: Ag.ithe det Monts, Quebec ,ACATION THRILL whether the Outdoor or Indoor Typo All Athletic Facilities ng. Bathing Private Beach nUtt.iinment and Dancing trlctly Koabor Hotel in i • under supervision lUlibiiitaul council of Mon. Hi rs fitfully Neglected r" v,_ \'"w—Write or I'hone 74 j FAMOUS OPEN AIR AMPHITHEATRE TWO POPULAR ORCHESTRAS ft J* t/u 76att of 9 HOLE GOLF COURSE ON PREMISES ML 9_Championship %  nn is Co urts .8 Handbal Courts. SCAROON MANOR H OTE L • • cm SCHROON LAKE,NY. ROSED ALE &******* KOSHER STYLE COOKING o AIR CONDITIONED o PRIVATE DINING ROOM o FREE PARKING Catering tor ail size Parties 170 N.W. FIFTH STREET PHONE 9-7996 [PtHD YOUR SUMMER UCATION IN THE BLUE MOCf MOUNTAINS OSCKOLA LAMB MNN ON LAKE OSCEOLA HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. JOE RUBIN Owner. Manager on Juno 1st to Oct. lt SWIMMING POOL ALL SPORTS. INCLUDING BOATING AND FISHING AMERICAN PLAN ONLY FINEST JEWI8MAMERICAN CUISINE noROOMS WITH BATH OR SHOWER I ^^ !" |.. M i.i>N I.AKI:. n-ankiin ''" 1, tf>-,.-i1 ;.,.,vo,,v -. FROM TIMES SQUARE Whether it's the most orthodox home, or the most reformed .. whether its your grandmother or your daughter with her homeeconomics degree ... whether it's in the haimische haven of a metropolis or the solitude of Button Up, Dakota .. wherever there's a devotee of delicatessen there's someone who says: NOTHING ELSE TASTES LIKE 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 incomparable. Today, as always, the very name GELLIS means the WORLD'S OLDEST I LARGEST MAKHS N0 rlCKEK OF KOSHER PROVISIONS CCMHIIII • "SIIMM • ,0MM MIMI • WKM • nmmam MSDCS • HUB ''-' • ,£ ,£ SKMO I0UI HI' nd ..\|. P..('tJ —< O.Iit. WORLD'S FINEST KOSHER DELICATESSEN U.S. INSPECTED. 1ST. 47S ISAAC GELLIS INC. BE* am 37 ESSEX STREET NEW YORK


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PAGE 8 Miss Fadem Weds Marvin Harris; Groom To Attend Medical School Miss Joan C. Fadem and Marvin Jay Harris were married on Sunday afternoon at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Harriet Carter Fadem, 961 Mrs. Marvin Harris West 48th Street, Miami Beach. Mr. Harris is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Abel J Harris. 1825 West 24th Street. Sunset Island 3. Officiating at the ceremony was Dr. Joseph Narot. spiritual leader of Temple Israel. The bride's uncle. Philip Carter, of Cleveland. Ohio, gave her in marriage. Her sister. Mrs. Mory Erlich. Flushing. Long Island. New York, was matron of honor. L. J. Harris was best man for his brother. The bride selected a gown of chantilly lace worn over tulle and taffeta. Paillette and pearl-trim-j mcd lace medallions were ap-1 pliqued at the boat neckline. Her full skirt fell in pleats. A matching lace headpiece held ( her three-tiered veil of French illusion Newlywed Mrs Harris car ried a white Bible with white orchids. Both the bride and groom are Miami Beach High School graduates. Mr. Harris will receive his degree from the I'niversity of Miami in September. The couple will then go to Louisville. Kentucky. | where he will enroll in the Uni-1 \.r\Mty of Louisville Medical |)p SikcT TV) \Vc(l School. They are now honeymooning in Mexico City. Miss Phyliss Thai is engaged to Harvey Hahn. son of the Joel Hahns. 2128 SW 22nd Street. Announcement of the betrothal was made this week by the bride-elect's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Thai, Miami Beach. A July 12th wedding is planned at the Monte Carlo Hotel. Miss Hagen Weds In Candlelight Affair IT a double ring candlelight cere•y on .Tune 7th, at Beth Jacob • gregation, Mi-Kirth Hagen. daughter of Mr and Mrl-.iac •i sen 828 ,77-h Street, Miami %  ch, became the bride of ClifAlper, -cm of Mr and Mrs. uel AJper, iSl! Meridian AveKahbj Mo-es Mescheloff ofited I est man w.iRichard Alper Richard Alper wai matron of '. then included Ma\ Hagan I Donald Peiu-h Bridal Irons 'To MrLloyd Fittcrn and MrHurvi> Stahl rj Brummer was ring bearer. ganist \ .,Robert Strassburg, acc mpanying MrU;on Green Hn I >r Hagen ..in charge of the -t book The bride selected a strapless and; floor-length gown with a ing te of imported chantilly dotted with irrnU'-ctnt atquinj and matching gloves. Her -ertip illu-ior. \t-:l uaattachto a crown of tulle and .-eed >fu> carried orchids on a ——— ."he couple both attended the Oka Views Art, Music • :\er-it> of Miami and are memEuropean Art And Music Today bers of the Future Teachers of will be the subject of a talk by America. Miss Hagen is a member Judge Kenneth Oka before the : Sigma Lambda Phi Sorority. Friends of the Seven Lively Arts \ reception and dinner followed on Sunday. June 14th. 8 p.m.. at aBeth Jacob. After a motor trip 124 11th Street. Miami Beach. through Florida the couple will live Chaim Rose is chairman of the af % at 3061 SW 27th Lane. Miami Mrs. Cliff**) Alper Rabbi Bernstein Dr and Mrs. Samuel S. Siker. of 1634 Biarritz Drive. Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter. Dr. Estelle Siker. to Rabbi Henry Bernstein, New London. Connecticut. Dr. Siker attended schools in Port Chester. New" York, received the AB degree from New York I'niversity and the MD degree from the Women's Medical College in Philadelphia. Pennsylvania. She interned at Grasslands Hospital. Valhalla. New York, where she also took her residency in pediatrics. Dr. Siker practiced pediatrics with her father in his Port Chester office until 1947. when the elder Dr. Siker retired. She then moved to Yonkers. New York, where she joined the staffs of Montefiore. Doited and Bronx Hospitals as pediatrics chief. She continues her affiliation with Grasslands Hospital in Valhalla. Rabbi Bernstein has been in New London for the past seven years. j where he is principal of a Hebrew i school He has been to South ] America to organize educational programs for Jewish centers there. The couple will wed at the home 1 of the bride-elect on Sunday. June 28th, with Rabbi Irving Lehrman I officiating. They will reside in i New London. Mias Seeder W3ds.An^rewfe^' Chooses Layers Of Blush Pink 5* Mis* Nancy Doris Seeder was married to Andr,,!\, a. Vr MI '' a. a. *oi. i w %  •



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HDAV, TWE It 1953 annafa Mansbaoher Weds AirmanK ouple To Reside In Colorado [Mr. and Mrs. Julius Mansbacher,' I San Diego, California, announce „. marriage of their daughter, gnnah, to Airman 1/C Jose M. feill. so" Mrs Eu 8 n Lyon, of Blackstone Flower Shop, 1240 .jhington. Avenue, Miami Beach. The ceremony took place at Beth cob Congregation in San Diego May 24th. Best man was Bryant Byrd, brother-in-law of the oom. ,. her wedding day, the bride ose a ballerina gown of tulle and anlilly lace. The lace bolero was with long fitted sleeves and Pan dollar. Her fingertip ench illusion veil, edged with antilly. was held in place by an an?c blossom coronet made of bthcr of Pearl. >he carried a white satin covered b'.e centered with a white hybrid fchid and showered with stephan^JmktncrktoHi datron of honor was Mrs. Bryant Byrd. sister of the groom. She |re a t:o!d-colored taffeta ballerand carried a fan of baby orIds. The bridesmaids, attired in rblue and shellpink tulle, carried eegays of carnations. Mrs Mansbacher, mother of the le, and Mrs. Lyon. mother of groom, chose pink lace over bk with matching jacket and pck eylet over pink with match; jacket, respectively. Both wore fchid corsages. reception and dinner-dance in hall of Beth Jacob followed the femony. The bride is a graduate of! pools in Germany and Shanghai, j lina, and was the secretary to the pool Board of San Diego. The groom is a graduate of Swiss kools and the University of Mij E For her yoing away costume, the Be chose a navy suit with white ie.Nsm.' and white orchid coron completion of a honey trip by motor to Lake Tahoe, and Mrs. Weill will reside in Jorado Springs, Colorado, where groom is stationed with the Force. Rose Sowers Farr Weds Dr. Chuker Mr and Mrs. Chester Sowers, of 13 NE 56th Street, Miami, announce the wedding of their daughter, Mrs. Rose Sowers Fanto Dr. Melvin S. Chuker, on June %  aid, at Daytona Beach, Florida. Dr Chuker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob I. Chuker, Chestnut Hill Massachusetts, is a graduate of the Kansas City University of Physicians and Surgeons. Mrs. Chuker is a graduate of the Chicago Conservatory of Music. The couple will live in Daytona Beach, where they will be at home after July 1st, at 921 Dayton Avenue, Holly Hill. Miss Ruddy Chooses September 6th Rites September 6th is the date set for the wedding of Miss Rose Monnet Ruddy and Stanford Pierce. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mrs. Emanuel Ruddy, 1973 Marseille Drive, Miami Beach, and the late Mr. Ruddy. A 1952 Kiwanis queen, she also was the Key Club Sweetheart at Miami Beach High School, where she graduated. She attended the Coronet School of Modelling. Mr. Pierce is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Pierce, 2021 North Meridian Avenue. He attended schools in Baltimore, Maryland, and is now associated with his father in business. Dickson, Kussner Troth Revealed The engagement of their daughter, Joy, to Conrad Leon Kussner, son of Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Kussner, 809 Sevilla Avenue, Coral Gables! has been announced by Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Dickson, 524 Hampton Road, West Palm Beach. The bride-elect graduated from Palm Beach High School, where she was a member of the National Honor Society. She is now attending the University of Florida and LIKE YOUNG SINGLE GIRL \ Po Share Furn. Apt. j • nviT (ni location to buses and < m. Helen* Zobkia, 902 S.W. 1 i St. Call 2-3911 after 5 p.m., < 83-4644 8 a.m. t. 4:30 p.m. J WIDOW ntt coupl* or Woman to share m apartnwnt. 1 block from Television. Mrs. Harrison, % ns 3-7073, 1174 S.W. 12th St. Miss Ross M. Kuddy [Attention Doctor •n on tht ground floor of a < clinic. Year-round location. I I build to suit your needs. Con-, "'•I P. O. Box 1149, Miami 7. Kfc RESERVATIONS NOW! choice accommodations Nincraggan Inn HENDERSONVII.LE. N.C. Wor d Famous Cuiaine leek P'an—Be 8 !nnin 0 at S60 "eh'M *£ 30t Oct. 1st V ANCH S and SID LEWIS *"-vW-VHV*V Miss Newman Says Vows At Her Home The wedding of their daughter, Shirley, to Jack Heyman, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Heyman, 1332 SW 13th Street. Miami, is announced by Mr. and Mrs. Irvan Newman, 2890 SW 19th Terrace. The ceremony was held on Sunday in the Newman home, with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating. The bride wore a pale blue gown of brocade and net. She carried a single white orchid on a white Bible. The newlyweds will tour Florida on their honeymoon. Miss Joy Dickson is majoring in Elementary Education. She is vice president of Kappa Delta Pi and Future Teachers Of America. Mr. Kussner graduated from Miami Senior High School and is now majoring in Chemical Engineering at the University of Florida. He is a member of the American Chemical Society and Institute of Chemical Engineers. He was affiliated with the DuPont Company. During the summer he will be-affiliated with the Aberdeen Proving Grounds in Maryland. !*AT THE HEAT REAL-KILL BUG KIllfR 12th AVENUE L c OMMtJNrTT MARKET F*-N.W.I1M.A.A 7m St. "•*• Waver C/ese" Pythian Sisters End Season On Wednesday, June 17th, 8 p.m., at 500 SW 17th Avenue, the Pythian Sisters of Roosevelt Temple No. 33 will hold their last meeting of the season. Excellent Senior Mrs. Manny Rudes will preside. A farewell social hour will be presented by Mrs. Alvin-Stern. Anytime istimejol Tain Tarn n. Mrt. Jack y*a the perfect cracker When a guy prefersa snack to a kiss, there tan be only one reason: tasty Tarn Tarns! They're so mmtlomsly xbyl PAGE 9 Newberg, Horowitz Betrothal Told The Colony Restaurant was the site of the engagement announcement of Miss Barbara Newberg and Howard Horowitz. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Newberg, 3130 SW 18th Street, were hosts at the Sunday party. Mr. Horowitz is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Horowitz, 1535 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach. Formerly of New York, the bride-elect has made her home in Miami for the past eight years. She graduated from Miami High School and has just completed her sophomore year at the University of Florida. Mr. Horowitz graduated from Miami Beach High School and is also a student at the UF, where he has served as treasurer of Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity. i Miss Barbara Newberg Masada Hears Simonhoff Know America W*ek Miami Beach Masada met last night in the banquet hall of the Blackstone Hotel. Speaker for the evening was Harry Simonhoff, leej turer and world traveler who has just returned from a trip abroad, in a talk on Zionism Among The Early American Jews. Abe Schafer led the discussion that followed. To celebrate Know America Week, the Greater Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women will present a showing of the moving picture. The Reluctant Citizen, at Beth El Congregation on Thursday, June 18th, 8:30 p.m. Mrs. Sidney Lewis, chairman of Council's Service to Foreign Born Department, announces that the public is invited. Sweet figure rhythm with THI HUB 45 W. Hooter St., Miami PIMM ssod SM Soroao, Jr. by tfce bakers of MANISCHEWITZ MATZOS add ISc r •••#• 45 W. VLAGLEal STBEBT IIAl MWI 153 MUACU M1LB, CG. — f-3* SB 8.B. rmST STBBET — MAL aWMM S.lie HM. Saul AVfc.M K — MAL 8rK7l I



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PAGE 10 4*3 A Makes 4 I van up 4 all Campaign Chairman Howard Kare this week urged urged 3.500 contributors to the Combined Jewish Appeal to continue their aid to Israel and local causes by making their pledge in 1953. )n a communication directed to lu) year's contributors who had DI looted, to make their gift in the CumM campaign, Kane pointed out that the generosity of Greater Miami Jewry has been responsible tOl raising over SI.200.000 this approximately S198.000 short 01 -he campaign goal. Your gifts have helped to stem tho tide of austerity, food ration..nd inadequate housing." the letter stated. "Your contribution hat helped to save lives and to open the doors of Greater Miami's health'and welfare in-titu %  Perhaps, in the rush of personal attain, you may have overlooked the CJA Campaign in 1953 — a jreaV of crucial decision — a time whM Jewry in Iron Curtain countrial is once again faced with op; %  :• -sion and cruelty Only cash can save these lives. v ,.n t you make your pledge now to your united community camjvign which serves Jewry everywhere"" ; mal cleanup activities are being • cted in all divisions in an ef• to reach the campaign goal be• the summer month• %  Jml&fkrkfkw ^flmofeliriH'; Newest chapter to join the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, the shield of David AZA. raised SI650 worth of Drugs for Israel by contacting local physicians and collecting sample drugs. Shown above are David Krause. Harvey Schwartz. Martin Kline. Bob Shuster. Ronnie Nadler. Harvey Kanter. Ross Sandier. Douglas Schwartz. George Lefcoe, organizer of the chapter. Alan Laufer, Bruce Fetter and Bernard Simms. Tau Alpha Omega Council Plans Parties Tau Alpha Ome^a Council will hi : house partiethis year at the ,. rgisn Hotel today through June 21st, it has been announced by erta Pigur. president tifman of entertainment is '. Schwadron Serving <>n the idee .ire Dorothy Alhaum. I Finder. Beverij Krumer and SuttOfl The theme is conntal capers F.~bbi Malavsky On Air bi Morton MaUa-k> spirit%  ader of the Israelite Center hi guest speaker or. the radio .ram. Jewish Forum Of The Stati r. W IflE Sun lay, June at 10:30 a m Federation Names i Miss Simkowitz Executive Committee; Fifty-nine community leaders have been named as members of the Executive Committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation to serve for the coming year, it has been announced by Federation President Carl Weinkle Appointments were approved at Federation's Board of Governors meeting held last week. The Committee includes the Fed eration president, the immediate pact president, the honorary president, all vice presidents and the THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY PROGRAM of ".leu isli Forum On The Air"* EVERY SUNDAY 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Station: WMIE (1140 on dial) With Vcrfaa* Feafares Produc-d and Directed by the chairmen of all Standing Committees In addition, the by-laws provide for the inclusion of a minimum of 13 members who are elected by and from the Board of Governors The Executive Committee assumes the working duties of the Board of Governors in the interim between meetings of the Board. The Committee members are Urn. I \ -am )'. Sam I Qllli M r bo a, Sam A I N Hi I :. vVri K Hi. | M .1 Kopelo* \:i I man. Sam I.arhmari. Stdnr) .-., n %  l..\. Itaon, J. • %  %  low, ii k afar*' i %  v.r stanlev i' Myrrn, Max ill. I'a\, IUITJ I Itatoff, j.wr^h tteaa, Dm | her. Ami Ml • K • %  K SI,. I • .i %  I Mlil.Ti V i-i'h K %  '; Wins Scholarship Miami Beach High. School senior Elisabeth Simkowiu has won an honorary scholarship in a competition sponsored by the National Association of Secondary School Principals. Announcement of her citation was made by Irvin W. Katz. Miami Beach High School principal. Miss Simkowitz won the award in competition with 7.893 members of the National Honor Society. The daughter of Mr and Mrs. I. B. Simkowitz. 6205 LaGorce Drive, she plans to enter Radcliffe College in the Fall At Miami Beach High School, she was president of her home room, vice president of the Student Council and treasurer of Thespians. She is on the top of her graduating class, according to Katz. 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awiy, IUWE la. 19S3 Mrs. Myers Again Named JSSB Head JmisfinrM> r PAGE 11 I New members of the Board of Directors of the Jewish Social Service Bureau installed during JSSB's annual meetinq on I Sunday at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel are (left to right) the [Mesdames Alexander Robbins. Sam Silver, Stanley C Myers [Seymour Liebman and Harry Rogers. Not pictured are Mrs |Moe Feingold, Jerome Stem and David Stuzin. j Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, national, l.lie and local social welfare lead the Board of Directors of the £wish Social Service Bureau, Red leather Community Chest agency, its annual brunch meeting held i Sunday morning at the Biscayne lerrace Hotel. 1 Reclectcd with her were Vice la>or Harold Spaet of Miami each, Herbert Scher and David atsman, vice presidents; Bernard allant, treasurer; and Mrs. Harold and, secretary. I Featured was a puppet film ramatizing modern casework in btion. Highlight of the meeting ime with the presentation of a ronze plaque to Leo Ackerman in bnor of 21 years of service as a Jcmber of the Board of Directors the Jewish Social Service Bursolve the tensions, confusions and disturbances of living, she said. —— — ";.|, c„„;.i r-__. Jewish Social Service Bureau — has opened its doors to serve the whole community, bcoming "an instrument of great power" in solvI ing current social problems. Judge William L. Pallot was toastmaster for the meeting. Mrs. Myers spoke on New Skills ir Better Family Living, declarJSSB's conviction in the value id importance of social casework a profession. "Although agen ?s have continuously held to the isic and underlying purpose of [ping people to achieve more sating and secure lives," she said, tools and resources available A the ways of working to give Is help have changed with the Oging times. Because the famservice agency at one time dieted its major efforts to meet economic needs of people, my are unable to grasp that Us ention is now focused on the iblems of people arising out of :ir relationship with other peoMyers added that .social isework was not a "kind of lesser lychiatry" or "the poor man's ychoanalysis," but that "social ework as practiced in the area uly counseling constitutes an [dependent and unique form of erapy." ocial casework is a distinct prosion which has a major contri"on to make in helping people Anti-Jewish Leaflet In Miami Mails Reports were made early this week of a flood of violently antiSemitic literature being received by Miamians through the mail. According to post office officials, the pamphlets urge recipients to join the Christian Anti-Jewish Party. "No cowards are wanted." says the writer, who is reputed to be Jesse B. Stoner, a 28-year-old professional hate monger of Tennessee and Atlanta. The propaganda advocates a program to "free America from the Jews" and "Destroy Communism." The writer adds that people who support the Jews are followers of Judas fscariot. Recipients here said the envelopes containing the anti-Semitic literature were postmarked in Jacksonville, and the enclosed pamphlets carry post office box numbers in Atlanta and Birmingham. The alleged author started his hate career as the Kleagle of a Chattanooga, Tennessee, Ku Klux Klan. The Christian Anti-Jewish Party has attracted little if any support, according to Gilbert J. Balkin, director of the Anti-Defamation League's Florida Regional office. ftteV are ^^^^i,?^ 0 ^ H ^rew School and Congregation. Show, Rabbi Simon April, LXStoXcSk^SS S? f a ^! MrS M Bal,er teache '' Martha Fisher. Can r Berele Werner, Jane Neustein, George Isaacs and Young Israel Fetes Samuel Sakols Solomon Lobel, president of Young Israel Synagogue, this week announced that a reception and Kiddush will be tendered in honor of Samuel Sakols, industrialist and 1 winter resident of Miami Beach at' the synagogue. 4001 Chase Avenue on Saturday, Jane 13th. Sakols. who is interested in the field of Jewish education, was recently elected vice president of Young Israel and is a member of the Synagogue Executive Board and the Expansion Committee. He is also an active member of the Board of Directors of the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy and of Torah Umesorah, national organization for the establishment of day schools. Mr. and Mrs. Lobel will be hosts at the reception following the Sabbath services honoring Mr. Sakols, who is soon to depart for an extended tour of this country. Europe and Israel. He will attend the wedding of his grandson in California prior to his trip abroad. BMSCC Forms Afternoon Camp A program of outings, swimming parties, sports, socials and trips will start at the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, Town Branch, on Monday, July 6th. The new program, which will be known as the Senior Afternoon Camp, will be for young teenagers, both boys and girls, between the ages of 12 through 15. A series of varied activities will be* held three afternoons a week, Monday, Wednesday and Friday, from 2 to 5 p.m. The Senior Afternoon Camp will be under the supervision of Abraham Rochstein, who is the Health and Physical Education supervisor at the Town Branch. Simon Again Heads Coral Gables ZOA Morris Simon, of 1325 Sorolla Avenue, Coral Gables, has been reelected president of the Coral Gables Zionist District. Prior to his election last year as president, he served as chairman of the Board for two years. Simon is also a member of the Administrative Committee of the Southeastern Region of the ZOA, as well as a delegate to the Zionist 40 Delegates Entrain For Charlotte Meet Some 40 delegates will leave from the Miami area for the District Grand Lodge No. 5 B'nai B'rith Convention scheduled for Charlotte. North Carolina, on June 13th through 15th. according to an announcement by Milton Friedman, chairman. Among those planning to attend are Gilbert J. Balkin, ADL director and president of the Miami Beach Lodge; Sidney Aronovitz, 1st vice president of the State Federation; Billy Wien, State Women's president; Milton Friedman, National B'nai B'rith Youth commissioner; Al Pallot, veterans' commander; Mrs. SaUy Wellens, BBYO chairman; and Mrs. Ida Optner, chairman of the Hillel Organization. Beach Young Adults To Honor Dr. Pearson Dr. Jay F. W. Pearson, president of the University of Miami, will be honored at a dinner-dance to be sponsored by the Young Adult Group of the Miami Beach Jewish Center on Sunday, June 14th. The affair will be held in the Social Hall of the Miami Beach Jewish Center at 7 p.m.. according to Bob Stone, president. The Arrangements Committee consists of Ruthe Dixon, Phyliss Goldstein and Arlene Weisblatt. Members of the Door Committee are Jane Goldstein, Debbie and Lucille Graboyes and Donald Marks. Elaine Schwartzman is in charge of publicity. Drive At West Miami Plans for a membership drive at the West Miami Jewish Center are well under way. according to an announcement this week. The Membership Committee is unde^ the chairmanship of Mrs. Al Lozoff. Rabbi Alfred Waxman is spiritual leader. Jewish Hour On Vacation Morris Nasatir's Jewish radio hour concluded broadcasts for the summer last Sunday evening. Nasatir said that he will again direct the hour beginning, with Sunday, October 4th. He plans two new features for his program. Miami ORT Meets Here The Greater Miami Chapter of the Women's American ORT met Wednesday evening at the Empress Hotel. Summer Schedule Listed | Beginning Monday evening, June 15th, a summer teen age recreation program will be scheduled at the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center. Among activities provided arc dancing, ping pong tournaments, horseshoe pitching, table games and group singing. Zamor Auxiliary Ends Season Zamora Jewish Center Sisterhood held its final meeting of the season on Wednesday evening. According to Mrs. Benjamin Friedman, chairman, an original composition. Royal Poinciana Bloom, highlighted a musical program by Irene Archer. Morris Simon Shaloma Card Party A card party will be held by the Shaloma Group of Hadassah on Thursday evening, June 17th, 8 p.m., at the Monte Carlo Hotel. Mrs. Jack Bernard and Mrs. Bernard Goldberg are in charge of arrangements. Council of South Florida. He is also a member of the Board of Governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and honorary member of the Board of the Miami Beach-Israel ZOA. Other officers are Sidney Sanders, Daniel Cravitt and Irving Sperling, vice presidents; Manuel Barkin, treasurer; Meyer Fine, financial secretary" Mrs. Lucille Toloff, recording secretary; and Morris Simon, corresponding secretary. The Executive Board includes Morris Aron, Oscar Greene, Abraham Hurewitz, Louis Kaplan,. Albert Levick, Mrs. Albert Levick, Max Friedson, Morris Belgrade, Dr. David Oberstein, Murray Raymond, Dr. Israel Slotsky. Rabbi Morris Skop, Harold G. Shapiro, Dr. Abraham Kitzen, Oscar Lelchuk, Maury J. Snyder and Napthali Weidberg. JNF Program Sunday Anna Brenner Meyer, Miami attorney, and Rabbi Moses Mesciieloff, president of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, will be guest speakers on the Jacob Schachter radio hour at noon Sunday, June 14th, over station WMBM. They will discuss The Facts Of Israeli Life in a program sponsored by the JNF. Ackerman, Miami civic worker and business leader, rehives a plague from Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, president of the %  •wish Social Service Bureau, for his 21 years of service in hall of JSSB. Th presentation was made on Sunday during he bureau's annual meeting. The Debs Chapter, BBYO, recently held election of officers. Shown above (left to right) are Mrs. Joseph J. Bermann, advisor; Helene Kravitz, sergeant-at-arms; Jackie Hiner, secretary; Mrs. Rae Hoffman, president of the South Florida Women's Council; Patty Perlman, vice president; Milton Friedman, Miami attorney and National Youth commissioner; Rachel Feldan, president; Judy Alpert, treasurer; and Roberta Bermann, chaplain. _J



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M'JK PAGE 12 ^ Ziker nick Again Chairs District Welfare Board Harry Zukernick has been elected chairman of the District Welfare Board for the third successive year, and Thomas B. Duff was elected vice chairman. Zukernick has been a member of the Welfare Board since 1947. He is the immediate past president of the Miami Beach Bar Associa tion and has been serving as chairman of the Metropolitan Division of the 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal. He is past president of Mi ami Beach B'nai Brith Lodge and Harry Zukernick of the Civic League of Miami Beach He was the founder president of the YM & WHA. of Miami Beach, which is today the Miami Beach Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Zukernick is vice president of Temple Beth Sholom Men's Club and a Governor of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed era tion The District Welfare Board con -;>'.of 22 members appointed by the Governor who serve with 'jt pay to admin, ter old age a-~i-tance. aid to the blind and aid to dependent children programs in Dade and Monroe Count ie.Rabbi Kronish To Parli€*ipato In Kstos Park Meet Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom. will be among participants in a v> %  posium on the Reform movement scheduled for the 64th annual con vention of the Central Conference I of American Rabbis at Etes Park. Colorado. June 23rd through 28th The Conference is the National Association of Reform Rabbis. Some 350 spiritual leaders are expected to attend the six-day con: vention at which the future of American Refrom Judaism will be considered in a round of formal and informal discussions. Dr Joseph L. Fink, of Buffalo. New York, president of the conference, will deliver a series of .recommendations in his address on I opening day. Over 50 Rabbis from i all parts of the nation will take I part in the convention program which was drawn up by Dr Bar i nett R Bnckner. of Cleveland. Ohio. Conference vice president. Father's Day Brunch At Beach Center An original skit entitled. What Father Does On His Day Off. will highlight the Father's Day Brunch sponsored by the Parent Teacher Association of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Mr< Benjamin N Greene, president, announced this week. The Brunch will be held on Sunday. June 14th. in the dining room of the Center at 10:30 a.m. The skit, directed by Mrs. Theodore H. Hankoff. will star Mrs Greene. Mrs. Henry Waitzkin. Mrs. Theodore Hankoff. Mrs. Raphael Yunes and Mrs Arthur Ross. Child> ren will also participate in the program, and gifts will be present led to the fathers and the children Chairman of the brunch is Mrs 'Joel Newman, and the committee | includes Mrs. Irving Cypen. Mrs. Sherman Kaplan. Mrs. Morris Med of. Mrs Samuel Lurie and Mrs Aaron Bookspan. Children starring will include I Janice Weinman. Michael Peyton and Alan Borenstein. Citizens Federal Has Open House Citizens Federal Savings and [Loan Association of Hialeah celeI brated the opening of its enlarged quarters. 198 Hialeah Drive, last Saturday. Open house festivities included toys for children, flowers for ladies, smokes for men and entertainment for all. Citizens Federal Savings opened for business on July 5. 1952. with savings accounts of approximately $271,000.00. It now has 2.500 savings accounts, with total savings in excess of $2,000,000 00 "This large increase during the past 11 months Ura-jG. Ledford. Le 0 / Adeeb. tual confidence. 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)AY, JUNE 12, 1953 [ELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Hl!\£fiH! JEW,SH CEN -| f iciate *h Cantor Berele Kele I will hold Friday evening servmer rendering the musical DOHW, at 8.15 p.m., with Rabbi Morof the liturev iSS S* : rt on ^J^tsijhrtdliar Skop officiating and discussThe Incentive To Conduct. mc. Shabbat will follow. Sativ morning services are at 9:45 Cantor Irving Robinson will ni special Psalms for the advent |he new Hebrew month. Kidof Sanctiffcatlon will follow. • • • EST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER i.hold Friday evening services h30 p.m, wltk Rabbi Alfred kman officiating. Oscar Weinwill assist. Saturday mornrservices are at 9 a.m. Junior ices will be directed by Mrs. is Ncwmark at 10 a.m. Mincha 6 p.m., followed by Rabbi kmans discussion of Ethics of Fathers. Shalos Seudos will hide the Sabbath. • ^ALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS riSH COMMUNITY CENTER hold Friday evening services 1:15 p.m., conducted by ReverJLen Mi im and assisted by the \er Choir. Reverend Heim will uss: Israel Between East And Saturday morning services |al 9 am. • • ||AMI BEACH JEWISH CENwill hold Friday evening servat 6:30 p.m. Saturday mornliervices are at 9 a.m., when Irving Lehrman will discuss rYet-kly Portion. The Bar Mitzof Jerome, son of Mr. and Barney Rosenberg, and MarIson ol Mr. and Mrs. David •wlli t.iRp place during the cc. Daily services are in the at 8 a.m., and at 7 p.m. TH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will Friday evening services at p.m. Saturday morning servare at 9 a.m., when the Bar rah of Martin. on of Mr. and Harry l'ato, will take place. oTferfngs 'will be ""by the in honor of their son. Minis at 6:19%  p.m., followed by is Seudos. Daily services are 1:30 a ni., and at 6:45 p.m. liturgy A class in Mishna is scheduled for 5:30 p.m., followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos • • • JPSSf SRAEL f Miami wi hold Friday evening services at 8.15 pm, with Dr. Joseph Narot officiating. Special prayers will be read in hope for the peace is developing in Korea. that pH EL CONGREGATION will Friday evening services at pm Saturday morning service at 8:30 a.m.. when Rabbi yahn Swirsky will discuss feekly Portion. A class in Tal-, is scheduled for 5 pjn., and i **• be conducted by the Rabbi. I be ha is at 6 p.m., followed by os Seudos. KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 am Rabbi Abraham Cassel will preach the Sabbath sermon, with Cantor Abraham Seif rendering the musical portion of the liturgy. Mincha is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Daily services are at 8 a.m., and at 6:30 p.m. • BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Mincha will be at 6:45 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will discuss the Weekly Portion. • ISRAELITE CENTER holds Friday evening services at 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Morton Malavsky will officiate and discuss: True Unity Leads To Success — Rebellion Brings Destruction. His sermon will be in observation of Know Your America Week. Mincha is at 6:30 p.m., followedby Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 8 a.m., and 15 minutes before sundown. ... HOLLYWOOD JEWISH COrVV MUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services in commemoration of American Day Sabbath. Jewish War Veterans will participate'in the servicer. Subject of a sermon to be delivered by Rabbi David Shapiro is scheduled as: Unique Qualities Of Our American Way Of Life. Kiddush will pe recited by Harvey Goldstein. Cantor Joseph W. Malek will" render the musical portions of*the liturgy Synagogue Directory Beth tZJH!' S .V .•? • %  Miami %  —*Beth David — Conservative Miami. Beth El—Dr. 2625 8W 3rd Ave.. I Jb.rtf'Snr r1. bbl a -0 &**. CO e r ra.S?i e V! labbl Morrl Sl "P. Lib-' Miami n d -;0 NVV nul.h : M..m. Spnna. .. ReV erend Place, s, yw a 0 ly wo!:r 8crva,,ve 2o3 p ik S?b T1?; Miamr rvatlv,; m sw K ^r"V, K ra H l ~" i, bbl Abraham CasMiami Reich Miami Conaei Miami Hebrew Miami. Ave., Beach-Itahhl Irving ..ehrman, ervative. 1701 Wash. Ave., M B i.rll tSXSXL s ch>ol —It.,l,l,| Simon M',1 ^, Orthof Miami Beach In charge of local arrangements, MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director 5505 N. W. 3rd St. Phone 87-8201 MRS. MINNIE ORUCKERMAN 72, a resident here for St years died Mondav. Bervlcei were held Wednesday in Gordon's Miami chapel. Mrs. Dmckern.an lueil ,.t J2"l BW 26th St. She leaves a daughter. Mrs. (.scar I Mayers, Miami, a concert pianist who plays under the name of Frances Druckerniaii, and a son. ^> MA Free dvl Advice and Inspection TRULY NOLENi, \Sc*-£ YL



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PA GE 14 Mrs. Sirkin Named President Of Jewish Women's Group Mrs. Milton Sirkin was named president of the Conference of ... wish Women's Organizations of Dade and Broward Counties at a lecent installation held in the Saxony Hotel. Mrs. Louis Glasser. a past president of the oreanization. acted as +Jewlst>nor*Matn Mrs. MiftM Shbim ir-talling officer. Outgoing presi lent, Mrs. Irving Lehrman. sum • rized the group's activities with ..mcular empha-is on veteran %  rk here, as well as for men in the anned services in Korea •ther officers named, in addition I Mrs Sirkin. were the Mesdames an Rubin and Matilda Rat ice president: Harry Rogers. rer. Pavid Rifas. recording secretary; bring Frankel. registrar; Frank Wcllins. corresponding -• retarv; Julien We-.nkle. calen miUllj and Monte Selig. lamentanan [n Sylvia Chertkof. program -r.an. presented a program en.K-d. Cavalcade Of Organizations. which work of the conference illustrated. Some 35 Jewish • neal groat* Hfl affiliated with the conference. TV REPAIRS IMMEOUTf TfirviStON SV/ NIGHTS. SUNDAYS. HOLIDAYS S3 for Call •IMM CITY-WIDI TV ISISM l.isi Summer A ctivity Sfhfdnli' The Coral C.ables Young Adults Croup has formulated a schedule I of summer activities which begins with a ranch party on Saturday evening. June 27th. 9 p.m., nt the Sunset Acre Stock Farm, according to Sandy Silberman. social chairman. Other affairs this summer include a watermelon party at the home of Elinor Davis. 2230 S\V 19th Avenue, on Sunday evening. July i2th: a hoo-ha dance on August 2nd: and a beach party at (.'randon Park on August 16th The next meeting of the group is scheduled for Wednesday evening. June 17th. at the Coral Cables Jewish Center. Sam 'Hirsch Slates Summer Theater At Casablanca Sam Hirsch will open his professional summer theatre at the' Morocco Room of the Casablanca •Hotel on Saturday. June 20th, with Somerset Maugham's The Constant Wife. This is the first of a tenweek summer season of five plays running two weeks each. Tuesday through Sunday nights, with Saturday matinees. The other plays to be presented by The Casablanca Played will be Anne Of The Thousand Pays, by Maxwell Anderson. July 7th to July 19th. inclusive: Rocket To The! Moon, b9 Clifford Odets. July 21st I through Augdst 2nd; The Would%  Be Gentlemen, by Moliere. August' '4th through 16th; and Liliom. by Ferenc Molnar. August 18th i through 30th The air conditioned Morocco | i Room will feature a unique seat-, ing arrangement at tables and j chairs on risers. Beverage will be' served There will be dancing af[ ter the show at no extra charge, j The dining room of the Casablanca Hotel will be open for the con-1 venience of the playgoers. Featured in the opening showare E\fl>n King. John Behney and Karl Redcoff Others in the pro-j fes-ional company are Yvonne Clifford. Sybil and Selig Rubin. Kent Lewellyn. Scampy Jalass and Barbara Sohmers Al Balin is busily -> manager, and Hirsch will direct the plaj I The scene is set for the first in the third summer series of University of Miami Pop Conceit on Sunday evening, June 21st. 8 p.m.. at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Conductor John M ter and the orchestra will join Jorge Bolet. Cuban pianist, and Barbara Gibson, coloratura soprano, in a program of favorite compositions. The informal atmosphere of red-checked ckxk covering the tables on the main floor and refreshments served during intermission! are expected to attract a record opening night audience. See or Phone, Me NAT GANS 3-4618 — 4-8981 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Life l" Co. 00? BiKiyt B:dg H W Fugt' St. Compare TETLEY TEA with HY other brand FERTILIZER 4.7-5 all purpose with mjgrt**t and magnesium 100 lb. 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12. 1953 LEGAL NOTICE c, faf rinr^O-t. IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 28223-B III-' B8TATH O* r ISRAEL K G< KIDMAN n/k/a i v GOODMAN. 1 Meet d (NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE 1 APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE S'OTICB It hereby given that I have 111',,I my fl"' 1 reiMirt Hnil petition for Discharge as Administratrix ni'.l.a., of the estate of ISRAEL liobDMAN, deceased; and thai on luih day of July, I'.'.,::, will apply the lien.>ral>le KHANK It. DOWL>M. County Judge of Dade County, niiil.i, for approval of said final ieOil and for final discharge an Adil'n utratrli d.li.n ,C la of tinEstate ISRAEL It. OOODMAN, dr. eased. This lUth day of June. 1953. LILLIAN IKIODMAN IRVING CYPBN Attorney for A.Unlnlstratrlx d.b.n.c.t.a. fot-19-M — 7/3 THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN 4ND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 160242 JOHN HENRY DE MASI. i'iaintirr. I'lR.ilNlA DE MAM. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION YOU. VIRGINIA I)E MASI Fourth Itrret. While Plains, New York, are lereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed gainst you, and you are required to rrw a copy of your Answer or Pleadto the llltl of Complaint on the llaintiff's attorney, THKOHOHE J lAKoWITZ, 922 Seybold Building. Milan. I -lurlda, and file the original swet or Ileadlng In the office of he Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or %  fore the 13th day of July. 153. If fail to do s.i. Judgment by default taken against you for the reJJEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDM FACTITIOUS HEREBY GIVEN that [ring to ,.,,.. NOTICE is the undersigned .1 business under the flei'iTlou' ABC BILLIARD s name of M vv S!fS. AR D PARLOR at JIM %  U !.";." > .... f "! APPllcanta I S.W, 22nd SI 8/12-19-2G — 7/3 NOTICE TO CREDITOR* ^ COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT FOR DADE COUNTY, lemande.l In the Bill of Complaint •NE AND ORDERED at Miami. Ida, this 10th day of June, 1953 E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida Icir.i'UIT COI'RT SEAL) By M. C. GREEN, Deputy Clerk. I2-W-26 — 7/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that undersign. .1. desiring to engage in uslness under the flctltlout name of [ARDBN BAKE SHOP, at 816 6th Ineet, Miami Heach, Intend to r.gi-said name with the Clerk of the fneuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SIDNEY GELBER HUTU OELBBR lEBSHON S. MILLER Juorney for Owners Lincoln Road 12-19-28 .7/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \lffilCB IH HEREBY GIVENthat h • unnersig: d, desiring to engage in fcislness under the fictitious name of |TT1E KAY. at 54 Miracle Mile. Coral ubies. Fla., intends to register said with the Clerk of the Circuit uurt of Dade County. Florida. ESTHER O. KURZROK, Sole Owner I^ERS. II El MAN & KAPLAN luorneys for Owner Seybold Bldg. ki:-19-26 — 7/3 THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE -EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE I0UNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 160160 |1)NA CHAISER BELFORD, Tlafntlff nil HEI.FORD', Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION JACOB BELFORD. K65 Chapel street, New Haven. Conn. I>"l ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED .• complaint for divorce has been "I -.gainst you, and you are renr.il to serve a copy of your nnser on the i'lainilffs attorney, ROBIt I II TRAL-RIG. Esquire. 350 Lln>"i Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and e the original answer in the office lit i l.rk of the Circuit Court on Wore the 13th day of July, 1953, arwise the allegations In aaid comit will bo taken as confessed by ll'ltOINoM < Y OVKRN YOURSELF ACfDated June' s. 1953. E. B. LEATHJ5IUIAX, Clerk of the Circuit Court By: M. C. GREEN, ,' ,„ Deputy Clerk -is-Jb — ,/3 no^d 1 ^d^,r:,,>;l -, h ;-:;> enlms and demands which v ,,"" %  aetat. of SAM irSr* av SeSS'tfi estate or SAMl Kl, J. WSKUSV ile SaHSft CoaM >•""" %  Ida, within ehrht adsworn same M?rir,^t! dress of the claimant and to be to and presented as aforesaid, or will be barred. Date June 5. AD. 1953 GERTRUDE FURNARI, A Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of SAMUEL J. PA8KOW. GEORGE J. TALIANOFF e EbU d Attorney for Executrix 6/12-19-26 — 7/3 CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA T 7.„ A U T WHOM THESE l'RESENTS SHALL COME. GREETINGS This Is to certify that', whereas, lA-on A. Epstein. Miami. Fla Irwin E. Kott, Miami. Kla. Anne Handlon. Miami. Fin. did on the 11th day of June, A.D. 1951, cause to be Incorporated under the provisions of Chapter 10O96, Laws of Florida, Acts of 192.-), MARTIN'S, INC., a corporation, with Its principal place of business at Miami, Dt,d County, In the state of Florida, and whereas the stockholders of said corporation did on the 1th day of June, A.D. 1 !.-3. cause to be filed in the office f th.Secretary of state of upstate of Florida, a consent of all the stockholders under the provision! ..f Mid Chapter 10"'!.fi. Lawt of Florida; Acts of IMS, requesting the dissolution of said corporation, therefore 111. %  Secretary of State is satisfied that said corporation has complied with the requirements of law. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and have affixed the Great Seal of the State of Florida, at Tallahassee, the. Capital, this the fifth day of June, A.D. 1953. R. A. GRAY. Secretary of State. (SEAL) 6/12/53 LEG Al, NOTICE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S rruipr DADE COUNTY'ILVR^ 1 UK: KST.TE^O? 572 8 N V A%L J o=A^--, -K E r E s ^ F,NAL ld • fin-.l '".' %  %  "V 1 "-" lhatlhave Final I,is, r.. ; "'" &"* P>tfen for —•• .V^rsE-Di-Ki^^.v' ,Y,'" 1 his zBth day ..f \i,,v isiti ARTHUR RHOPE8 DICKENSON gWCU I E.-tal. of W N -"N S 0 T R AND C F U 0 N R TY &Br%3g& LO tHSJB?. "ecease.l To ,,U T LT E T0 CREDITORS Int cLim r, ,? n 1 A ^rtnu HavEstate: r L>emand Against Said noTrnJa 8 ?^'* 0 of you ar hereby claim. n a d .r ,,ulr S d "' re8 ''" a"' c aims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the ra e "ofM. a / nT T iL UR WN *!" eied l? d J„ C T ly L and '" the same 4n n nS. c* '". th Cm">ty Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, within eight alendar months from the date of the H. ra i E. Ub, i < a "" n ,, reof Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn o and presented as aforesaid, or same t^m p,, ar !' l d ', See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date May 14. A.D. 1953. JOHN D. PARKAS • A A III iN EAl'.lt STANLEY C. MYERS As Executors of the Last Will and Testament of LOTTIE BR0WN, MYERS. HE1MAN & KAPLAN"*' 650 Seybold Bldg. Miami, Fla. Attorneys for Executors 5/22-29 — l/B-12 ^ CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN B .t?". DADE COUNTY, FLORPA. IN CHANCERY. No. 180183 |AJA klLVFT. Plaintiff, I AX. K l:\l-T, Defendant. v.o T l CE BY PUBLICATION *"l MAX KRAhT, 103s White PI. •New York Tt, New Y6rk, are •ny n<.tified that a BUI of Comnl for Divorce has been filed ini .,,„ mnd you aro faquir,,! ,,, •> %  opy nt y our Answer or Tleadi" the inn of Complaint on tlie ii?,. l .>.r~.. i, "" rn "y. THEOIX1RE J. r,i t-i T f'iil Seybold Building. Mlm. riorlda, and file the original AnaMi NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of KENNEL BAR. 363! N.W. 7th St.. Miami. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOHN S. WELLS STEPHEN F. KESSI.ER Attorney for Applicant 4 8.W. J2nd Ave. 6/5-12-19-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREIIY GIVEN that ttie undersigned, desiring to encage In buslifcai Under the rtctltlotie name of PORCELAIN REPAIR COMPANY (not Inc.), at U04 S.W. 3rd Ave.. -Miami. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. • ,_^. JACK W. KENNEDY LEONARD KAI.ISII Attorney for Applicant 1001 DuPoiit Bldg, 6.5-12-19-26 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA CHANCERY No. 159593 EDITH if. BATTA1LLK, Plaintiff BROOKLYN C. BATTAII.I.E, I lefendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: BROOKLYN C. 1IATTA1LLE "":! Summit Avenue Greensboro. North Carolina TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your Answer to the Complaint for Divorce with the Clerk of the above Court and serve a copy thereof upon KESSI.EIl AND GARS. Attorneys for Plaintiff, 4 S.W. 22nd Avenue, Miami, Florida, on or before the 29th day of June, 1953, else complaint, will be taken as confessed. Dated: May R. 1953. E. I!. • LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court Bv W.\l_ W. STOCKING. • (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk 5/22 29 — 6/5-12 -rlgi 1 l.-adingIn the office of the "f the Circuit Court, on or be">e 13th day of July, 1953. If you Judgment by default will i.ik.n agalnit you for the relief IIM'.V '•". I '"" Hill of Complaint. I'. A.M. ORDERED at Miami, "os 8th .lay of June. IMS, % %  B. LEATHERMAN, '"lerk. Circuit Court, 1 M.lo County, Florida y M C. GREEN. I "mi Seal) Deputy Clerk Uf-M — 7/3 In to Mlda, %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS iN'rvr,,... NAME LAW r^OTic 1, s |||. :RKB Y GIVEN that ersigncd, desiring to engage In ll-rrv-J"" 1 '''" ,he fietltlous name of N'T ,->Nl > TEDDY'S RESTAIHItenH """* w nd Ave -. Miami. Jnty I" register said name with the %  he Cwult Court of Dade -..-,-, Horida. I '"i'J'^RE A. fift,*" 'wMtt.lt 12-11 2 nd Av NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HJCREKY GIVEN Ujat the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of FRANKELS EXQCISITE LINENS, at 2525 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of tha Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ,,' IRVING FRAJCKEL 5/29 — 6/5-12-1S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that th. undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BISCAVNE RES I Al KANT, at 1 Collins Avenue. Miami Heach. Intends to register said name With the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. F1V 'JOSEPH BAMOWITS, Sole Owner LEONARD KAI.lSH Attorney for owner 1001 Dul'ont Building 5/2 — 6/5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engape In business under the flctltlout name ol HOUSTON CABINET SHOP, at 1352 N.W. 29th Street, Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MARY E. HOISTON CHARLES J. BODNER. ESQ. Attorney for Houston Cabinet Shop 6/5-12-19-26 IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 24,463 RE: ESTATE OF LOUIS MINSK. Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executrix of the estate oT LOUIS MINSK, deceased; and that on the 2nd day Of July, 1953, 1 will apply to the Honorable County Judges of Hade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge aExecutrix of the estate of U>rlS .MINSK, deceased. This 2nd day of .Inn.-, Is.".::. ABIIIK MINSK. As Executrix of the estate of LOUIS MINSK. Deceased. MYERS, HEI.MAN X KAPLAN All..111.-1 for Executrix %  6/5-12-19-26 PAGE IS LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS 8282K %" %  COUrrrT DADE f U 7 : STATE 0 ,?, IDA Pr ba,e !" VETTA EHEI.STEIN, Deceased lo all persons having claims or ,|e%  os against said estate: You are otir : ,.,i ,,,,,,,. v „„ r MW ( li|lms '.',;;.',•"'".",""">' •""'"• % %  •< %  < "•"'-. within 1 v'"" us Mia """orlda. witnin g calendar months from the Vi'.'\" '-'. fl ';r' ub engage In business under the fictitious nai f KEN LAST ,vCO. (Not In. ), at \s-i:, N.W. l.th Avenue, Miami .Florida, intends :.. register said name with the Cl.-rk of tbt Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. KENNETH M. I.A.ST MYERS, HEI.MAN KAPLAN Attorneyi for iwner 5/29 — 6'5-12-19 • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of AMERICAN PLASTIC CO.. at 2309 S.W. (2nd Avenue. Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. F. BENJAMIN FELDMAN 5/29 — 6/5-12-19 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SKSXSP. !" JUD| CIAL CIRCUIT OF %*&&&£•. N AND F0R *£ vi w. v.' ,N CHA NCERY. No. 15937/ MARY LOl. CRAWFORD, Plaintiff Vt. JOHN HENRY CRAWFORD, „, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION" TO: JOHN HENRY CRAWFORD Defendant, Address Ciiknown YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a complaint for divorce has beon riled against you, and you a r.ueqilircl to serve a COpy of your ana;\••':,."" '.' %  Plalntlfrt attorney, ROB. i-.ni 11. TRAURIO, Bsqulre, lit Lincoln Road, Miami !:..,„ h, Florida, and file the orlg;nal tOIWer in the off! -e of the I lerk of the Circuit CoBrt on or before the 6th dav of July, 18 | Otherwise the allegations in sa, I com plaint will be taken as confessed | Coi'MN ; :!i.v' VKHN V..CRSELFA-. Dated: May 28, 1953. E. B. LBATHER21AK, Clerk of the Circuit fcjurl By: M. C. GREEN. 6/5 ea i2-19-26 De U,y C '* rli NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ClfiCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 159W0 SADXE G. ROb'E, I-lalntlff. vs. JOSE GONZALEZ, also known as JOSE GONZALEZ KODRluUEZ and PRUDENCIA S. dcGONZALEZ, his wife, and JEROME. ANAPOI. doing business as DRUG CENTER, Defendants. SUIT FOR INJUNCTION AND OTHER RELIEF TO: JOSE GONZALEZ, also known as JOSE GONZALEZ RODRKJIE/., and PRl'DENCIA S. daGf-N %  ZALEZ, his wife You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Injunction and .Othei Relief has been filed against you, arid you are required to serve a cojiv of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorneys. MYERS, HEI.MAN & KAPLAN, 650 Seybold Building, gflatnl, Florida, and file the original Ansv r or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 6th day of July, 1953. If you fail to do so, judgment by default will bo taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notlct shall be published 1 each week for four consecutive VetkH In THE JEWISH FLORIIMAN. AND ORDERED at Miami, this 29th day of May, A.l>. DONE Florida, 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, I i.i.le Coflnty, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By -M. C. GREEN, Deputy Clerk. MYERS, HEI.MAN ,v KAPLAN Attorneyi for Plaintiff 850 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida li 5-13-19-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MIKES-FOOD CENTER, at 114S B W. 27th Ave., Miami, intends to register said name with the ('lerk of the Circuit Curt of Dade County, Florida. ROMAN PRESTUBA STEPHEN F. KESSLER Attornev for Applicant* 4 B.W. 22nd Ave. 5/29 — 6/5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY aiVh.N that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of AVIRLIM JEWELERS, at 1631 Jeffei1son Avenue. Miami Beach. --lda Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ___ ROBERT GOLDBERG, sole owner GEORGE J. TAL1ANOFF Attorney for Applicant 8/8-U-18-24 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30339-B In Re: ESTATE OF ELIZABETH .Ml'RAR. Deceased To All Creditors and All P< r oni Having Claims or Damands Against Said Estate: Toil, and each, of you. are hereby notified nnd required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, mnv have against th. itate of ELIZABETH MURAR, de. I late Of II. It County. Florida, to the Honorablt County Judges of Dad.County, and file the same In their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the dale of the first public-all-T hg'tof. Said calms or demands tCrtf U11 the legal adrtress of ihclaimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date May 25. A.D. 19^3. ISADOR FINE „ MRS BLUE M K1NNEY As Executors of the Last ill and Testament of ELIZABETH MURAR. Deceased. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Estate of Btiaaoeta Murar t/l$ 8/5-12-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in butlnoat under the fictitious name of AI.BoRN PLASTERERS, at 1801 S.W. 32nd, Avcnua, Miami. Intends to regissald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. AI.AN BOKNSTEIN Sola Owner MYERS. UE1MAN. & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 650 Seybold Bldg. 5/22-29 — 8/5-12 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 159781. STEPHEN ARDITO, Plaintiff, vs. CARMAI.A ARDITO. Defendant. TO: CARMAI.A ARDITO, Via I'or.a Cam-so, Monte Calvari, #31, Naples, Italy You are required to serve a <"•;<>' of your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original angwer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before* the SUtli day of June, A.D. 1953; otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this '.ho 25th day of May. 1953. E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit CJourt, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) B) WM. W. STOCK IN ; Deputy Clerk Name and .Address of Plaintiffs Sol cltor: MILTo.N A. FRIEDMAN 1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida 5/29 — 6,5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE fa HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the flctlWous name of CORONET MOTORS, ."LTD.. at 91C 11.-: Street, .Miami Beach, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of fhe Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CORONET MOTORS. INC. a Horida Corporation THEODORE It. NELSo.N Attorney for Applicant One Lincoln Road Bldg. Miami Beach, Fla. 5-22-29 — 6,5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of PANELGLA8 COMPANY, at 1042 E. 2th Sireet. Hialeah, Intends to register said name with the Clerk oltli" Circuit Court of Dade County. Fl*..la. 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 HARLEM CLOTHING (ENTER, at 1331-88 N.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami. Inteno to register taM name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. Li IUIS REISMAN ESTHER REISMAN 6 22-29 — I, 5-12 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Th* Jewish Floridlcm toHdhi 70a Ugal nottcsa. W oppcwderh* yof patronag* and guarasv %  *• acenrat* senrrlo* at Waal rats*. Phone 2-1141 tar mttstngtr %  •rrlc*. SEITLIN & COMPANY PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAQEt PHONE 9-3836 y ^gg^ 7 I* N. E. 2nd ST. MIAMI 32. FLA. I



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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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ilunteer Workers Get Set For BIG Day Door-to-Door Campaign Sunday
unteer brigadiers are prepar-. statement here urged evervone in Uraoi'c n?i--i,...t 1__a i_ .
_v to march on Jewish fam- participate in BIG1 Dav S 1' |" ? ,P Chfd.1,"d1 m*hamz-j our power to support Israeli pion-1 quarters for calls. The telephone
>ay, either as ing its farms, building and expand- eers through the sale of Bonds." I number is 58-5561.
in the Greater Miami area a volunteer or by remaining home
|ay in a mass effort to sell as a prospective bond purchaser.
, new bonds as the quota set j Announcing final plans for the
jIG (Bonds for Israel Govern-i one-day campaign, Binder and Mrs.
Day). Burstein stated that the funds
ley will be given final briefing derived from this BIG Day effort
to kickoff breakfasts on Sun-1 will be a big factor in aiding Israel
(morning at 9 a.m., simultane- in its agricultural and industrial
L in the Royal Palm Hotel, Mi- development.
iBeach. and the Bureau of Jew- "Our achievements Sunday in
Education, Miami. | adding to the total sales of Israel
Trnard I. Binder, commander Bonds will soon be translated into
HG Day. and Mrs. Manuel Bur-: the purchase of equipment, sup-
Miami chairman, in a joint plies and machinery for irrigating
ing its factories, developing its
electric power and exploiting its
newly-discovered minerals," the
statement asserted. "Wijh a con-
tinuing flow of investment capital
from America through State of Is-
rael Bonds, Israel will be able to
make significant strides on the
path to a self-sustaining economy."
The importance of this drive,
which climaxes the Spring cam-
They added that "Israel Bonds | Many of the volunteers received
are a sound investment, paying a i their kits at a pre-BIG Day rally
good rate of interest. They are' held in the Royal Palm Hotel. They
backed by the full faith and credit
of the State of Israel which has
never defaulted on principal or in-
terest of any obligation."
Binder and Mrs. Burstein will
set up the "nerve center" of the
BIG Day campaign at headquarters
of the Israel Bond Organization
paign. was underlined by Binder! for this area, 1622 Collins Avenue,
and Mrs. Burstein who told volun-1 Miami Beach. A special team of
eers: "We must do everything in \ volunteers will remain at head-
heard a recorded statement from
Ambassador Abba Eban in which
he stated:
"Creation of a solid economic
base cannot be accomplished by the
people of Israel alone, eager and
responsive as they are to the call
of national self-interest."
Ambassador Eban explained that
it is impossible for the Israelis to
Continued on Page 4
Hie\wiisltUEIIiD!nidliiQun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
ILUME 27Number 24
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 12. 1953
PRICE: TEN CENTS
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9 >r.
"
Dulles Report Appears Loaded
To Washington Correspondent
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
WASHINGTON Secretary of
State John Foster Dulles* radio re-
port on his Near Eastern trip indi-
cated that the Administration does
not
become a powerful fifth column
ready to destroy Israel in the event
of renewed Arab aggression. Be-
cause Mr. Dulles revived this main
point of Arab League policy, there
is fear that the Arab states will
now be encouraged to resist Unit-
feel it can bring about an ed Nations resettlement programs.
ECEIVING BIG DAY KITS Shown receiving their BIG Day
, from Commander Bernard I. Binder (right) and Mrs. Man-
,. Burstein, Miami chairman (second from left), are volun-
ers Samuel Karp and Mrs. Miriam Press. BIG Day will be
eld Sunday, lune 14th. Both Mrs. Burstein and Mrs. Press
re co-chairmen of bonds in Hadassah. _^_^___
ferman Raps Pact; Calls
For Nazi Rehabilitation
. HAMBURG (JTA)A severe attack on the German-Israel repara
|ns pact was made at the national convention of the German Party
e by Dr. Hans-Christoph Seebohm, Federal Minister of Transport
I Deputy Chairman of the party, the right wing of Chancellor Kon-
i Adenauer's governmental coalition.
This is the first time that a member of Dr. Adenauer's Cabinet has
Iblicly launched so fierce an on-
nt on the German-Israel
ement. Dr. Seebohm said that)
I party was dissatisfied with the
practer and scope of the agree-
early Arabi-Israel peace and will
consequently assume a neutral
posture while bidding for the
friendship of the Arab states.
Congressional friends of Israel
agree that the United States must
be impartial. But they are appre-, "expansionist Zionism" without
hensive lest the Administrations troubling to disassociate himself
pursuit of what Mr. Dulles describ- from snch propaganda phrases. On
ed as "impartiality" produces de- the other hand, Mr. Dulles ac-
velopments detrimental to Israel, knowledged for the first time that
A false hope of entering Israel has
been instilled in the hearts of
Arabs in refugee camps.
There is concern over the fact
that Mr. Dulles employed Arab
League phraseology by referring to
A conspicuous policy shift was
revealed when Mr. Dulles said that
"some" Arab refugees "could be
resettled in the area presently con-
trolled by Israel." It is significant
that the Truman Administration.
Arab economic warfare is being
waged against Israel. But he prais-
ed dictators Naguib of Egypt, and
Shishekly. of Syria, the two princi-
pal leaders of the economic war-
fare and political agitation against
about two years ago, abandoned the Israel,
mass movement of Arab refugees; Mr. Dulles registered in favor of
into Israel as undesirable. Rehabili- Israel when he said that the Arab
tation and resettlement in Arab states eventually will have to con-
countries have been cruelly pre-1 sider Israel as a permanent part of
vented as Arab leaders insist on I the Near Eastern community. But
mass repatiation to Israel. This is he referred in another portion of
an utterly impossible proposal I his speech to "the area presently
since the returning refugees would t controlled by Israel. This phrase
| strongly connoted the Arab
1 League's refusal to recognize the
j legality or performanence of Is-
rael's borders.
A hint was provided by Mr.
1 Dulles that the United States
might favor the internationalka-
j tion of Jerusalem when the ques-
tion ccmes before the United Na-
tions next Autumn. This is another
project unfavorable to Israel
| which has been dormant for a
long time.
Essentially, the Eisenhower high
command officially put foremost
Continued on Page 3
Crisis Ends;
Ministers Are
Invited Back
nt.
.the convention, which sound-
| the keynote for the Parliamen-
election campaign, the Ger-
(an Party also went on record as
osed to the law of indemnifica-
i of victims of Nazi persecution
ss former German prisoners of
are also paid indemnification.
law to compensate Nazi vic-
i which the Bonn Government
repeatedly undertaken to ex
dite, is about to be introduced
f the Parliament.
German Party's election
atform calls for immediate and
peeping rehabilitation of all for-
*r Nazis and, by contrast, for a
oroughgoing screening of all non-
i officials appointed in the post-
l*r era Former members of the
litary SS should be eligible for
Unsions, the platform also de-
ds- In this connection, the
irman of the Germany Party in
nan. H. Schneider, attacked as-
on the military SS "most
*aoke members fought just as
orably as the other German
Wdiers
nerve nu wu-1
German-israei oberlaenderShrewd Tactician:
nhm said that I________________--"-~""~~~~
2,000 DP's Rot In Foehrenwald;
Overseer Is Heydrich Ex- Chief
MUNICH "German Official,
Former Nazi, Assails Jewish DP
Camp" headlines such as this
have been a poignant reminder in
recent weeks that more than eight
years after the liberation of the
concentration camps, some of their
one-time inmates still linger in a
camp on German soil, and now un-
der German control. More than
ever, they are truly displaced per
sns- ______
Foehrenwald. an hours ride
south of Munich near the pictur
esque township of Wolfratshausen,
is the end of the line for 2,000 men,
women and children. In 1947, more
than 60 large ***EJ blackmaii"er or" personal r-
enwald. a ^W^ o^^-M^^
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
still in Germany, it is not by
choice. Most are desperately eager
to emigrate to countries of the
Western hemisphere, often because
they have relatives there or else
because they fear that their state
of health would not permit them
to adjust to life in Israel. Yet they
cannot obtain immigration visas.
Many have been disapproved on
medical grounds. Others are in
eligible because of "moral turpi-
tude" it means that they have
been convicted of some offense,
usually blackmarketing on a piti-
fully small scale. There are those
who have been denounced as se-
curity risks" by some unsuccessful
,600
hundreds of sub-camps ^ ~ Hving breeds grudges I
war -r^'^Snfrs fti-
SSm 5SKS-TTgM worker par.ance as "hard-
Dr. Seebohm said he "bows in, nl,ions factory for its foreign la -pre case-._^ ^ ^ old.timers,
^thfsw^"" Symb1S|bier^ JeWi of Foehrenwald are!some 375 Jews Hv. in Foehrenwald
who have caused the recent head-
line-making ruckus. They are "ille-
gals" because, unlike those who
have been in Germany continuous-
ly since the special "DP status"
was abolished, they hold no resi-
dence permit for Germany.
Generally they are former in-!
mates of German DP camps who i
went to Israel but found climatic i
or other conditions too onerous. |
They returned to Germany within |
the past two years, crossing the
border with transit or tourist visas,
because they believed that from
Germany their chances of emigra
tion to Canada or to the United
States would be better. Some have
come in an effort to collect the
compensation payments due them
| for the time they spent in concen-
tration camps. Unable to make a
living in German cities and hanker-
ing after a Jewish atmosphere.
Continued on Page 3
JERUSALEM (WNS) With the
return on Wednesday of the four
General Zionist Cabinet members
who had resigned from their posts
more than a week before on the
issue of permitting the Socialist
flag to be raised in government-
subsidized schools beside the Is-
raeli flag, the Israel Government
crisis was ended.
The four who returned were Dr.
Peretz Bernstein. Minister of
Trade; Israel Rokach, Minister of
the Interior; Joseph Saphir, Min-
ister of Communications; and Jos-
eph Serlin, Minister of Health.
They were sworn in at their form-
er posts in Parliament, following a
three-hour heated debate which
was preceded by a statement by
Premier Ben-Gurion.
Their return to the Cabinet came
after their party reached an agree-
ment with Mr. Ben-Gurion that a
state education law would be sub-
mitted by the Cabinet to Parlia-
ment within a few days and after
they had received assurances that
the Minister of Education would
issue instructions to all schools
prohibiting the hoisting of any flag
in schools except the Israel flag
and the singing of any hymn ex-
cept the national anthem.
A resolution of non-confidence
in the Government, which was pre-
sented by the Herut, Communists
and Dr. Moshe Sneh's leftist group.
was overwhelmingly defeated in
Parliament. During the debate,
Mapam leader Itzhak Ben-Aharon
severely criticized the pro-govern-
ment Mapai Party for the compro'
mise it had made with the General
Zionists on the flag-anthem issue,
calling it "Mapai's most shameful
surrender."


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-Jf^lstlU^rkHn,,
Emergency UJA Call
Nets $20,391,000
WASHINGTON Dollar pro-
ceeds totalling $20,391,000 poured
in last weekend at the United Jew-
ish Appeal's emergency two-day
National Action Conference to give
the UJA the greatest cash fund ev-
er to come forward at a single
Conference for support of critical
rescue, settlement, welfare and re-
habilitation programs in Israel and
other parts of the world.
More than 750 delegates repre-
senting nearly 4.000 communities
heard Senator Herbert H. Lehman,
of New York, call for United States
aid to Israel and to Arab refugees,
while warning that the United
States government "will serve no
high purpose" with suggestions
that Israel give up any territory
she now holds, or that large num-
bers of Arab refugees be resettled
there.
Senator Lehman said that while
the lot of the Arab refugees is
tragic, "the critical plight" of
3.000.000 Jews behind the Iron Cur-
tain and in North Africa, "must al-
so claim our immediate sympathy
and assistance." He emphasized
that "all territory that is now Is-
rael will be needed" for Jewish
refugees from countries of oppres-
sion "who must find haven, or may
find death."
The 750 Jewish leaders, who met
to assess the first results of the
UJA's special short term drive for
ami Beach Jewish Center, just re-
turned from New York, where he
participated in the annual com-
mencement exercises of the Jew-
, ish Theological Seminarv. He rep-
S2o.000.000 in cash headed by Jos- nmaM ^ Rabbinical> Assomb{;
eph Holtzman. of Detroit, brought ,___.;_ .u ,,_______, r..j;..
eph
the Conference to
brought
a climax.
tiV v boavl \ a in 'il
Wi'st Miami 11 vail
Alex Fogel has been elected
president of the West Miami Jew-
ish Center. One of the early mem-
>ers of the Cen-
er, he has held
t h e offices of
reasurer and 1st
.ice president.
The Jewish Theological Seminary of America honored two
Miami Beach residents at its 59th annual commencement
exercises held on Sunday, June 7th. David J. Jacobs (right),
son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman D. Jacobs. 1134 71st Street, was
ordained as "Rabbi, Teacher and Preacher" and received the
degree of Master of Hebrew Literature. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
(left), spiritual leader of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, de-
livered the closing prayer at the ceremonies. Looking on is
Dr. Louis Finkelstein. chancellor of The Jewish Theological
Seminary of America.
Rabbi Lehrman Offers Dedication
Prayer At Seminary Exercises
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. of the Mi- movement.
Daniel Ross, of New York, was
renamed chairman, and Mrs. Sam-
uel Friedland, president of Miami
Beach Jewish Center, was named
vice chairman of the National Com-
mittee. While in New York, Rabbi
Ixhrman also attended a farewell
reception sponsored by the Albert
Kinstein School of Medicine for
Mr. Joseph Cherner who is leav-
ing for Israel.
in offering the Prayer of Dedica-
tion.
Other participants in the cere-
monies were Professor Louis Fink
elstein, chancellor of the Seminary:
Professor Saul Lieberman. dean of
the Graduate School; Admiral Lew
is L. Strauss, special advisor to
President Eisenhower; and Dr. Max
Arzt. vice chancellor of the Sem-
inars.
Those who received degrees
were graduates of the Rabbinical
School, the Teachers' Institute and
Rabbis Plan Weekly
Program Over WGBS
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Rabbin-
ical Association, will inaugurate a
new series of weekly radio pro-
Other officers of the Seminary's College of Jew-' grams under the auspices of the
fog*/
tary; E Laiken. recording secre-
tary: F Supworth. financial secre-
tary; and Jesse Teitler. treasurer.
Members of the Board of Direc-
tors are Morris Harris. Jacob Mey-
ers. Steven Simon, Harry Klein.
Molly Lozoff. Morns Marlin. Helen
Semmelmacher, Willard Bender,
Eleanor Matza. Homer Gordon.
Bernard Weiner, Martin Hammer
and Harry Holly.
named are David I ish Studies. Five honorary degrees
Dresner. 1st vice j were also conferred. The cere-
president: Ber- monies also marked the jubilee Tuesday evening, atYo: 15 p^m, ov-
lard Supworth.(convocation of the Seminary Li-
2nd vice presi-'brary which has a rare collection
dent; S h i r 1 e y of Jewish books and manuscripts.
Harris, corres- Rabbi Lehrman. a member of the
ponding s e c r e -' Rabbinic Cabinet of the Seminary,
subsequently met with Dr. Finkel-
stein and members of the faculty
to discuss the part the Seminary
will play in the approaching Ter-
centenary celebration of the Amer-
ican Jewish community. He also
attended sessions of the National
Planning Conference which launch-
ed an intensive program to plan
the role of Jewish laymen in
strengthening t h e Conservative
association.
The series will be presented each
er station WGBS and will discuss
the place of religion in the modern
world. Rabbi Simon April is chair-
man of the Radio Committee.
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annual installation banquet at the Columbus Hotel. Standing
(left to right) are Burno Hellman, sergeant-at-arms; Leo J.
Etheir. chairman of Governors; and Bob Lipkin, secretary.
Seated (left to right) are Louis Esloe, vice president; Roger
Lane, president; and W. 7. Feldhake, treasurer. President
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Newly elected officers and Board
members of the Greater Miami
Auxiliary, Jewish Consumptives
Relief Society, will be honored at
an installation on Sunday evening.
June 14th, 9 p.m., in the Sorrento
Hotel. Mrs. Maurey Poncher and
Mrs. Jacques Assacl arc chairmen
of the affair.
Mrs. Henrietta Schoenfeld will
assume the office of president. Oth
ers are the Mesdames Dewey Klein,
Arnold Pewis. Jacques Assael and
Maurey Poncher, vice presidents;
Irving Gilman. financial secretary;
Ida Poncher, corresponding secre-
tary; Santley Offcnhuttcr, record-
ing secretary; Jerry Poncher, treas-
urer; and Hy Friedman. Jack Gor-
don and Joe Rich man. trustees.
Guest speaker will be Sam Gy-
son, rsdio commentator and
columnist. The local group is an
auxiliary of the non sectarian
JCRS and maintains a sanltoriuni
in Spivak, Colorado, where many
patients are hospitalized from the
Miami area.
Temple Israel Blood Drive
The Temple Israel Blood Bank
will hold its second drive in Kap-
lan Hall on Sunday morning, June
14th, from 9 to 11 a.m. Breakfast
will be served to donors, according
to Lewis W. Gorfine, chairman.
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fort Is Loaded,
-respondent Feels
|continud from Pag 1
, the purposes of its foreign
the allaying of the Arab
s "deep resentment" of
Ijcan support of Israel. The
Viitratiun's intentions were
Lrih by Mr. Dulles who said
ienceforth an "impartial" pol-
fc.uM be applied to Israel. Mr.
explained that he feels the
are more fearful of Zion-
*an of Communism and they
|,'.'.t ihe United States become
lacker of expantionist Zion-
,rful elements within the
nistration are trying to con-
President Eisenhower that
bust ally ourselves with the
lities of the Arab states in
to win their friendship. This
ilso maintains that we must
It Arab friendship if we help
The American Zionist
feil has answered that it would
Jielp any of the peoples of the
|East if we punish one people
ite to appease another."
kre is little logic to the argu-
[that American support of Is-
^s cost America the friend-
|of the Arab world and' that
Jould regain that friendship if
lere to reduce aid to Israel.
[hostility to Israel feeds on the
[that the United States will
; to this propagandathat a
|e in the Administration in
ngton would mean a decline
ncrican aid to Israel.
Dentists Install Officers
At Westview Club
New president of Alpha Omega
Dental Fraternity in Greater Mi-
ami is Dr. George A. Graham. In-
stallation was at the Westview
Country Club.
Other officers are Drs. Melvin
J. Becker, president elect; Henry
Green, secretary; Arthur Sokoloff,
treasurer; and Murray M. Zinner,
editor-historian. Dr. Al Rosenthal,
past regent, served as toastmaster.
Installing officer was Dr. Doran
Zinner.
kch Mayor, Miss
Inio Wed Sunday
ni Beach's new mayor, Har-
Ihapiro, will walk down the
^Sunday afternoon, 2 p.m., at
iiami Beach Jewish Center to
Inge vows with his fiancee,
[Sylvia Chinio.
attorney and his bride-elect
I their application for a wed-
I license on Tuesday. Rabbi
jLehrman will officiate at the
ony.
| invitations are being sent out,
ding to Miss Chinio, who has
[residing at 2383 North Bay
Shapiro, of 2418 Flamingo
, said that all of their friends
quested to attend.
Ben Yomen Quits
Jewish Folk Chorus
After five years as music direc-
tor of the Greater Miami Jewish
Folk Chorus, Ben Yomen this week
announced that he has severed his
relationship with the chorus, as
well as with its parent organiza-
tion, the Jewish Music Alliance of
New York.
Plans for the coming season in-
clude the forming of a new Jew-
ish community choral society on a
broad cultural level which will
serve the needs of the area here,
Ben Yomen said in his announce-
ment. Musical works in English,
i Yiddish and Hebrew and liturgical
compositions will make up the
well-rounded program he plans.
The Ben Yomens are leaving for
New York to gather material from
the leading music publishers there
and will return on August 1st to
start their'schedule for a chorus
of 100 singers.
Trice Will Head
Red Cross; New
Directors Named
CV.W. Trice Jr., Miami realtor,
was elected chairman of the Dade
County Chapter, American Red
Cross, by chapter directors at their
meeting last week in the Colum-
bus Hotel.
Trice, who succeeds Mrs. M. F.
Wittichen, present chapter chair-
man, will take office July 1st.
Other chapter officers elected
were: vice chairmen, Allen Mor-
ris, president of the Keyes Co., and
Comer Kimball, chairman of the
Board of the First National Bank
of Miami; secretary, Mrs. H. O.
Vance. Coral Gables; and treasurer.
Dean S. Campbell, vice president
of the Florida National Band &
Trust Co.
Additional directors elected by
the Board were William J. Pruitt,
Maurice Klein, Harry Ebright, Mrs.
Arthur Weller and Mrs. Harold E.
Davis.
Beer And Entertainment
The Israeli Cargo Ship El Yam
showed its deep appreciation for
Miami's radio fare when it passed
the area's coastal waters recently.
Reuven Ramati, purser, in a letter
to Simon Seiden, producer of the
Jewish Forum on the Air, express-
ed his thanks for the program.
"Could you arrange another
morning for us when we are pass-
ing again? It will be on June
Bureau Appoints
Board, Membership
At the closing meeting of the
Board of Directors of the Bureau
of Jewish Education, delegates-at-
large were elected to serve on the
general membership and the Board
of Directors of the Bureau.
Named to the Board of Directors
are Leonard Barr, Seymour Lieb-
man, Mrs. Seymour Liebman, Ben-
jamin Meyers, Sam Prosterman, Dr.
Harry Queen, Mrs. Matilda H. Rat-
ner, Israel Shapoff, Jess Spirer,
Harold Thurman, Charles Gottlieb,
Joseph Duntov, Harry Simonhoff,
Louis Heiman, Mrs. Ruth Robbins.
Judge Harry Greenberg, Sol
Goldman, Ehiel Lesowoder, Mrs.
Joseph Duntov, Max Meisel, Irv
Katz, Charles Fruchtman, Morris
Honigbaum and Maurice Gross-
man.
General membership list in-
cludes Dr. Max Lipkind, Dr. Henry
Meyer, Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, Dr.
A. Kitzen, Bea Jaffer, Melvin
Schwartz, Harry Sirkin, Mrs. A.
Kasow, Mrs. Irving Kaplan and Al-
bert Quadow.
2.00$TO"ft Rot [
in Foehrenwald
Continued from Page 1
they sought refuge in the last of
the Jewish DP camps.
West Germany is crowded with
close to ten million expellees and
refugees, about two million of
them in Bavaria. The Bavarian
State Secretary for Expellees and
Refugees, Professor Theodor Ober-
laender, might therefore be assum-
ed to have his hands full dealing
with the problems of his millions
of charges, without singling out
for his attention the handful of re-
turnees in Foehrenwald. But Ober-
laender, formerly a Sudeten Ger-
man Nazi and SS officer who work-
ed closely with the infamous Ges-
tapo chieftain Heydrich and later
held high positions in the German-
occupied Ukraine and Crimea, is
too shrewd a tactician to overlook:
the political popularity that can be
gained in Bavaria through attacks
upon Jewish DP's. He heads the
BHE refugee party in Bavaria and
does not forget that elections are
at hand.
Flagler-Granada Women
See Mental Health Film
The Women's Group of the Flag-
ler Granada Jewish Community
Center will meet on Thursday,
June 18th, 8:30 p.m., at the center
building.
Mrs. Jess Freed, program chair-
man, has arranged for the showing
of a film, A Feeling Of Hostility,
23rd," wrote Ramati. "I am getting through the courtesy of the Mental
two cases of beer; let us hope for Health Society,
the best. Our regards to the Jew- A Mental Health Society speaker
ish community of Miami." will narrate the film.
Mollie Kahcmer Ladies
Set Swim Saturday
The pool of the Carib Motel will
be the setting for a swim party
sponsored by the Mollie Kahaner
Ladies' Auxiliary of Congregation
Monticello Park.
Mrs. E. Bregman, chairman of
the affair, assisted by Mrs. L.
Weiss announce that cabanas will
be available and that the full fa-
cilities of the swimming pool and
refreshment bar will be open to
the guests.
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Friday. June 12, 1953
Volume 27 Number 24
Sivan 29, 5713
A Declaration Revived
Ln a report to the nation following his Near
Eastern fact-finding tour. Secretary of State John
Toster Dulles has reaffirmed the joint American-
British-French declaration of May 25, 1950. The
declaration to which he referred states that "the
three governments, should they find that any
cf these states (of the Near East) was preparing
to violate frontiers or armistice lines, would,
consistently with their obligations as members
cf the United Nations, immediately prevent
such violations."
We feel that the State Secretary has made a
noble bid to use American influence to pro-
mote a reduction of tension between Israel and
the Arab countries. But we can not help
wondering why this declaration mustered no
support from any of the three contracting par-
ties before now.
The settlement of the Arab-Israel conflict. Mr.
Du;les declared, would require concessions on
the part of both sides. But he also candidly re-
ported that Jewish State officials have agreed
that United States policies should be impartial
so as to win not only the respect and regard
ci the Israeli but also of the Arab peoples.
Il seems to us that Mr. Dulles' observations
place squarely on Moslem shoulders most of
the job involved in bringing peace to the Near
East. While Jewish leaders show their con-
stant willingness to submit to the fairness of
American judgments, Arab spokesmen con-
:.: ue their attacks against the United Stales
With the charge that our nation is backing Is-
rael in a policy of "agqressive expansionism."
As we see it, American foreign policy as-
nes that Arab suspicions and fears need
quieting and that once accomplished peace will
be restored. But this makes the Moslem part
in the conflict a passive rather than an active
c.-.e and belittles Mr. Dulles' personal observa-
tions on who seems prepared to make the great-
el concessions. The fact is that the Arab
Lecgue entertains more than suspicion about
Israel.
Expansionist Zionism" is little else than a
Moslem weasel word. Mr. Dulles is aware
that it is the very existence of Israel which Arab
leaders will not tolerate. This is an entirely dif-
ferent matter from fear or distrust. We certainly
do hope that the May, 1950 declaration hence-
forth enters into the Near Eastern picture, but
American-British-French policy must look to
more than soothing Moslem suspicions, alone.
A pampering attitude based on misjudgment
can only bring added recalcitrance.
A Birthday Reealled
With so much world interest focused on piv-
otal issues in the Near and Far East, little at-
tention has been given to the passing birthday
of that mustachioed demon with the down-
swept haircomb who unleashed an unparallel-
ed wave cf hatred on the European continent
less than twenty years ago, brought his people
to the highest ascendancy of political and mili-
tary power and hurled them subsequently into
the depths of destruction and spiritual bank-
ruptcy in a tragi-comic Twilight of the Gods
that reportedly witnessed his own suicide.
But Neo-Fascists and Nazis did celebrate
Adolf Hitler's 64th birthday in Germany on Ap-
ril 20th. and Nazi refugees in Austria and Spain
joined them in the ghoulish observance. In
Madrid. Der Feuhrer's erstwhile playmates at-
tended services for him staged by representa-
tives of the Catholic Church at the Shrine of the
Holy Sebastian. Apparently, these "religious
leaders" have forgotten the attack upon them
by Nazidom's spiritual father.
In fact, many cities held memorial meetings
at which eulogies of Hitler were spoken and
where the Horst Wessel song was heard. This
quaint composition has for its primary refrain:
"Wenn das Judenblut vom Messer spritzt"
(when Jewish blood spurts from the knife). All
cf these occurrences can be added to the re-
cant, brave appearance of Former Mussolini
Black Shirts in Italy those great military
heroes, who during World War II, wept and
pleaded ignorance when the Allies finally
caught up with them and who are credited with
having been the most cowardly forces in the
entire conflict
it seems that the Europeans will never learn.
r During The Week:, .a
8 S^
rVywA^UA
By LEO MIHDLIN
THERE IS ALWAYS SOMETHING GRATIFYING
functions of the Jewish Social Service Bureau JSSB' '" 9
ing Sunday at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel did not n "
ment. It seems to me that the agency's professional 5'?
remains the secret for this continuing gratification t .
been made by the bureau in the direction of poDu'u
ities to the point where professionalism might be endan
Indeed, JSSB's determination to attain and nmt Wt*~
standard of family counselling has led to one of its rnaS \
and was the source of a most informative report it ?. *-
by Mrs. SUnley C. Myers, president. The agency s rSSS?3
nilri to rest on a generally iil.mn,-..,,,i _..: Pu,ation in
Bar-"*****
STILL AT THE PEACE-TABLE, ALONE
Hear Their .Story
Greater Miami will participate in a Bonds
of Israel Government Day on Sunday, June
14th. In thousands of homes throughout the
area, as well as the nation, volunteer workers
will bring directly to their neighbors the story
of Israel's program of development and urge
the purchase of State of Israel Bonds.
In these columns, we have on countless oc-
casions urged, begged and cajoled residents,
here for their support of the bond campaign.
BIG Day represents a concerted one-day effort I
aimed at eliciting this support But there can
be no denying that every day must be BIG Day I
if the Jewish State is to attain economic inde-'
pendence in the near future and solidify its
political freedom so valiantly won in 1948.
The health and growing strength of Israel
depend! upon the rapid upbuilding of its indus-
trial and commercial facilities. As a vibrant, I
modern nation, Israel is aware of all the laws!
of economics. Its leaders recognize that total I
independence must be financial, as well as!
political. In a message on the eve of BIG Day, j
Ambassador Abba Eban said: "Our economic
development depends upon the availability of
investment capital, while our political security, I
in its turn, will be consolidated in direct pro-'
portion to our growth of economic strength."
So long as the Jewish State must continue
to import more than it exports, its financial out-
look will remain weak. The young republic's
problem in this regard finally revolves around
the need of manufacturing sufficient quantities
of products for home and overseas consump-
tion, with purchasing abroad remaining at a
minimum. This is the crux of the matter. There
is nothing idealistic over which we can wax
poetical with these very basic facts. The cold
reality of the laws of economics now primarily
confronts the builders of the Jewish State. The
monies from Israel Bond purchases can help
them meet this reality. Our support is needed
to insure Israel's further progress. BIG Day on
Sunday, June 14th. will provide us with a
splendid opportunity to answer the call again.
IS.Sll Looks Ahead
The 33rd annual meeting of the Jewish Social
Service Bureau last Sunday proved to be one
of the outstanding yearly organizational func-
tions in the Miami area during the past season.
Most notable was the presence of many new
faces at the meeting which attests to JSSB's in-
creasing significance here. The bureau seems
especially to haYe attracted the interest of
many young persons, and this speaks well for
its future.
The proqram of community interpretation in
the annual report environs brinainq to the Mi-
ami area the story of JSSB's function and scope.
We feel certain that ih* r-a-o u-nrV nn^rv will
find a rapid and understanding response on
the part of residents here.
appears to rest on a generally ill-conceived notion tilT"'
is undoubtedly the result of a misinformed public that h *0rt'1
educated away from the early conception of social servul ^ *
involved charitable basket-giving. < mce activitj
Thus, the insistence on a sort of professionalism h.
and increased understanding keep pace with the newest ri i
in family counselling and JSSB's reticence to -uhmit toTk ,"'
garly called "publicity" have joined hands in mamtainin? ., '
nate conspiracy of misinformation and even polite hT
agency's capacity to function where it is most needed sms
been hampered. JSSB's immediate need, as I see it is to t L_
horizons of its activity for general perusal. The days wh ff
ladies avoided the boredom of affluence through social servWta
are long over. Indeed, they are themselves as likely subject* 3
family counselling as were the financially indigent fifty ynrT

MRS. MYERS' REPORT STRESSED THE FACT that tfceb*
group is a most essential institution in creating healthy mm* 1
sound citizens. The anthropologist would be more blunt-'aTtaS
group, he would say. is the very foundation of human society uSj
danger to its unity represents a danger to the community at km il
the face of this. Mrs. Myers indicated that there is a mc^HI
the stability and authority of the family. S*-M
The psychic reasons behind such a state of affair, are maufJ
Continuing wars, erex changing conditions in our political andecoZI
situations and even the unconscious disturbance we evperiencell I
the critical tension* in other spheres of the world which serve to U
lenge our fundamental security all play their part in creating M
insoluble neuroses. J
A technologically-oriented society that presently seefi
its discoveries is another irritant for man's impri-sionaM<
less and less frequently finds an opportunity to express
aggressive instincts in healthy fashion. The result has been!
of an atmosphere breeding mental disease in one out ol r.ye,
and an estimated 9,000.000 persons who suffer from sot,
anxiety hysteria. The result has also been the agglonerifcj
7.500.000 mentally ill human beings who continue lunctionti"
hazard day-to-day existence under tremendous emotional
Further statistics in Mrs. Myers' report Sunday r..v
disheartening facts. She pointed out that one out of four marri^,
destined 4e failure. The connection between this and the prtrtl
of mental ill-health is clear. Their impact on the family pi
manifest. In this regard. Mrs. Myers indicated that the function
Jewish Social Service Bureau must be directed toward maintainin
endangered family unit Community interpretation of JSSB's utfo
should Involve making the agency's services known, she sa
*
WHILE IT IS EASY TO EXPLAltf the bureau's capacity asiM
tary aide, it appears difficult to point out the professional uprttj
social case work. What must be understood is that JSSB's eajat|
now lie* in reaching out toward the emotionally disturbed andiir#|
ing it right and respectable for them to get help and to put waftl
their continuing destructive relationships.
The agency deplores the still prevalent feeling that toaaa I
stigma.attached to seeking family counselling. The problem id
resolves itself to the need for bringing reality and anxiety distort
together so that the former can be clearly seen and the latter suotu-
In this regard, Mrs. Myers sought to point out the essential faH*7H
the belief that case work is a "poor mans lesser psychiatry "I |
here that the distinction between family counselling and msm
psychotherapy failed to be clarified. |
Part of JSSB's announced decision to engage in community's!
pretation must involve a clarification of its manner as well a? itssw
The function of a psychiatric therapy regimen is u> uncover nnfll
hysterias, outroot and destroy them. The JSSB case worker, as 1*
has another task before him. Recognizing the existence of tenswo
emotional disturbances, he must help the client seeking family""
to establish harmonious relationships with the persons who "
the most intimate part of his daily life.
The Jewish Social Service Bureau is not equipped profej-s
to discover and abreact neuroses or to deal with the mentally I
large scale; it does no pretend to be. Rather, it is adopting a "
of activity which alms at alleviating the primary symptoms;
turbance and which is dedicated to the principle that there is*
more sacred than the family unit.
In this regard. JSSB is an agency whose services are opetrt
Economic and social stratifications no longer obtain in the scop
work. The bureau's 33rd annual meeting Sunday did a splenf"
emphasizing this fact.
BIG Day Volunteers Get Set For Sundayi.
Continued from Paoe 1
achieve their goal alone "any more
than the American -pioneers could
have developed your great country
without the aid of European in-
vestora."
He added: "Our over-riding need
is a condition for our economic
strength and for our political in-
tegrity, a steady stream of invest
ment dollars with which to capital
it* our rapidly-growing economic
plant, purchase the equipment we
must have, and increase our over-
taxed transport, power and com-
munications facilities."
"It is to your everlasting &
I the Ambassador assurTd
jteers, "that you w
the intensity of this****
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IX, IUMP4?. J53
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Kennetn, Geoffrey
Randall Are First
In Speech Tries
Kenneth and Geoffrey Randall
have both won first place for their
grades during annual speech con-
tests held in their respective-
schools.
, Kenneth, 15, is in the graduating
class at Kinloch Park Junior High
School. He was called upon to de-
liver his winning speech, Cross-
road, at the first annual band show
of the school and was subsequently
honored during graduation exercis-
es last Wednesday evening.
A two-time winner, Kenneth also
achieved first place when he was
a fifth grader at Sylvania Heights
Elementary School with a talk on
Patriotism.
Geoffrey. 11, is in the fifth grade
at Sylvania and captured first spot
recently with his speech entitled.
Be Glad You're An American
Child.
Kenneth and Geoffrey are the
sons of Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. Ran-
dall, 6356 SW 14th Street.
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Frankie Kreutzer To,
Be Bar Mitzvah
Frankie David, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ernst Kreutzer, 1201 SW 11th
Street, will become Bar Mitzvah
on Saturday morning, June 13th,
at the Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation.
Rabbi Simon April will officiate.
Frankie attends Shenandoah, Junior
High School and is vice president
of the Junior Congregation at the
Miami Hebrew School.
Kiddush will follow the Bar
Mitzv.-o- ceremony, and a reception
in Frankie's honor will be held
at his home on Sunday evening at
6 p.m.
Out-of-town guests attending will
include his uncle, aunt and cousin,
Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Knoepfmacher
and son, Arthur, and Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred Stern and daughter, Ruth,
all of Washington, D.C.
in Gary Topp, son of Mr.
pd Mrs. Davia Topp, 639
Vest Avenue, will celebrate
j Bar Mitzvah at the Miami
Each Jewish Center on Sat-
tday. June 13th. Rabbi Irv-
Cg Lehrman will officiate.
partin is an eighth grade stu-
jnt at the Ida M. Fisher Jun-
jr High School and attends
\e Religious School of the
Dami Beach Jewish Center.
Mrs. Lapin Chairs
Country Cousins
Mrs. Daniel Lapin is chairman
of the country cousins dance to be
jheld on Saturday, June 13th, by
the W o m e n s I
Group of the!
Flagler Granada'
Jewish Commu-
nity Center.
The dance will
be held outdoors
on the patio, and
informality will
k'? be the keynote of
Jthe evening. Im-
promptu enter-
Mr. lepia t a i n m e n t and
novelties are scheduled.
Assisting Mrs. Lapin are the
Mesdames R. Lang, M. Newman
and H. Burak.
USY Leadership Camp Scheduled

he Bar Mitzvah of Jerome
Rosenberg, son of Mr. and
Irs. Barney Rosenberg, 727
Lenox Avenue, will* take |
place at the Miami Beach
swish Center on Saturday,
13th. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
nan will officiate. Jerome is
eighth grade student at
he Ida M. Fisher Junior High
School and attends the Re-
ligious School of the Miami
each Jewish Center.
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Star, Hendersonville, North Caro-
lina, from August 20th through
25th, according to an announce-
ment this week by Bert Sher, USY
Regional director for Florida, Geor-
gia, Alabama and South Carolina.
According to Sher, USY units,
with a membership of 25 or more,
are eligible to send four persons
to the institute. Two members are
permitted to represent chapters
with rolls of less than 25.
The program will include regu-
lar camp activities, in addition to
specific leadership courses geared
toward carrying out USY activities.
Sher said that a fee of $25 will
cover the expenses of each camp-
er, in addition to fare. This will
include expenses for kosher meals,
room and athletic, social and water-
front programs.
United Synagogue Youth is the
affiliate organization of the Con-
servative Jewish movement.
Martin Pato, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Pato. 1876 SW
23rd Terrace, will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday morn-
ing, June 13th, at Beth David
Congregation. Rabbi Max
Shapiro will officiate. Martin
attends Shenandoah Junior
High School, where he is in
the ninth grade, and has
been a student at the Beth
David Religious School. A re-
ception will be held in hi3
honor on Sunday afternoon
at home. Grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pato, Mi-
ami, and Mrs. B. Resnikoff,
Montreal, Canada.
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9-L^idhiMurAMan
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"Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1951, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
9

WASHINGTON TRENDS:
Opinion is divided among Amer-
ican Ziolist leaders on the views on
Israel expressed by Secretary of
State John Foster Dulles in his
radio report to the nation on his
trip to the Middle East Some
consider certain aspects of his re-
port very unfriendly to Israel .
Especially, his remarks that the
Arabs are more afraid of Zionism
than of Communism, his insistence
that Israel must re-admit some of
the Arab refugees and his hint that
Jerusalem should be internal ion
alized Others, who try to see
the silver lining in Mr. Dulles' re-
marks, find that although the Sec-
retary of State was very outspoken
in his pro-Arab views, he was not
exactly anti-Israel However,
the latter, too. admit that they
cannot understand why the Secre-
tary found it necessary- to drag
Zionism into his address .
He could just as well have said
' hal the Arabs are more "afraid of.
Israel" than of Communism rather
than to stateas he did that they |
are more "afraid of Zionism" than
of Communism Zionism is.
after all. worldwide Jewish move- j
ment with many followers in the
I'nited States Those who wish
to be leu pessimistic about Mr.
Dulles' views on the Arab Israel is-
sue console themselves with the
fact that his report was no declar
ation of immediate policy but rath-
er an outline of principles
They point out that while it is true |
that Secretary Dulles wants Israel |
tn admit some of the Arab refu I
Kees. he accepts the position that
most of these refugees cannot be ,
repatriated Also, that while he
hints at the internationalization of
Jerusalem, he formulates his view
(in the religious aspect by stating
that all three major religions have
an interest in the city This.
the) say, ia in accord with the sug-
gestion long advanced by Israel
that the Holy Places in Jerusalem
but not the city itselfbe placed
under international supervision .
The real good point they see for
Israel in Mr. Dulles' report is his
indication to the Arabs that they
have to get used to the idea that^
Israel is a part of the Middle
East .

ISRAELI ECHOES:
Top American Jewish leaders
Zionist and non-Zionistheard this
week, at a closed meeting in New
York, a very interesting report on
the military situation in Israel .
The report was presented by Col
onel Herzog. military attache of the
Israel Embassy in Washington .
Those present received a clear pic-
ture of the meaning of the Arab
attacks on Israel's frontiers which
seem incidental but which are ac-
tually part and parcel of an organ-
ized Arab plan directed by trained
military leaders Israel Am
bassador Abba Eban. who was
planning to take his vacation in
Mexico, may change his plan and
remain in Washington to be on the
spot for any developments that
may result from Secretary Dulles'
return from the Middle East .
Israel Minister in Washington.
David Goiten. may soon leave for
Jerusalem to become a member of
the Israel Supreme Court The
Israel Government has received or-
ders for concrete airfield construc-
tion from the North Atlantic Terri-
torial Organization and is seeking
to secure more orders from NATO
. Such orders would mean mil-
lions of dollars income for the Jew-
ish State, since Israel is in a posi-
tion to produce and supply many
of the materials needed by the de-
fense organization of the Western
powers .
* *
EUROPEAN DEVELOPMENTS:
By the time these lines are read,
three American Jewish leaders will
be on their way to Vienna to start
reparations talks with the Austrian
Government They are Dr. Na-
lium Goldmann. Jacob Blaustein
And Adolph Held They will
meet on Sunday, June 14th, in
Paris to coordinate their views and
will then proceed to the Austrian
capital where they will be received
by the Chancellor Julius Raab on
June 16th After their talk with
the Austrian Chancellor, at which
top policy matters will be discuss-
ed, the negotiations on details will
be conducted by a staff of experts
headed by Moses Beckelman, Euro-
pean director of the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee The sum which
will be asked from Austria for re-
parations to Jews who suffered un-
der the Nazi regime there cannot
be revealed for the time being .
But it will reach into the millions
of dollars Jewish observers in
the United States who are interest-
ed in the German-lsrsel separations
pact are now watching with the
greatest of interest the parliamen-
tary election campaign which is de-
veloping in West Germany ... No
doubt exists that neo-Nazis and
other groups will utilize the cam-
paign to attack the present Ade-
nauer Government for the repara-
tions agreement .. However, there
is no danger that German pay-
ments to Israel will be affected by
such anti-agreement propaganda.
Reverend Kaminetzky
Named To Staff
The Board of Trustees of Mount
Sinai Hospital has appointed Rev-
erend Benjamin E. Kaminetzky as
a staff mohel of the Hospital. Rev-
erend Kaminetzky served in Dur-
ham, North Carolina, before com-
ing to Miami Beach to accept the
post of head teacher at Beth Jacob
Religious School.
GMJCC Counselors To P<
In Week-Long Training InstfiX!
A week-lone intensive Counselor th .._. .
A week-long intensive Counselor
Training Institute will be conduct-
ed beginning next Monday for the
50 members of the joint Day Camp
staffs of the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center, it was an-
nounced by Mrs. Jess Freed, Camp
Committee chairman.
The institute is designed to pro-
vide a thorough preparation for
every counselor in program skills will talk
and techniques in working with
children, in preparation for the
camp season which begins on June
22nd. for a total of 300 children.
On the opening day, counselors
will be addressed by Center Ex-
ecutive Director Efraim Gale on
Camp Objectives, with the discus-
sion being led by Emanuel Tropp,
director of activities. A workshop
in group singing will be conducted
by Harry Shamis, area supervisor
for the Flagler-Granada Center.
The technique 0f
wll be used a, j
" discussion on ff8^
Supervision to be i>^
ver Town *****
or, by Mrs Georg^H
"the Beach *?
Fran Zaslawskv .
the Jewish SorblgfS
will talk on the T^N|
standing The Ch Id* 9
Henry BerKer, <3
ion activities for the '
Jewish Education, will J.
at the session on A JeJ
The part of ,he **
to nature study will h
by Willard Dilley, Park
with the Everglades Z2
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e-ch of the three tgjM
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PAGE 7
Monies n ^
:crs Here
i world has hope that the
L of brotherhood will
Lacc and a better life," Dr.
[W Pearson, president of
Iversity of Miami, said in
V- Monday before the an-
ting of the Florida Reg-
tjona| conference of Chris-
Id Jews,
larwn said there is no basis
Bimism toward the future.
prophets of doom, the
*as hope, and the critics
brant i>ersons who lack com-
nsc r highly vocal minor-
ha think it is smart to be
lively critical."
Larson's message was heard
Xm jroup of civic and re-
baderfl at the Robert Clay
iRcelected Catholic co-chair-
L, Hoscoe Brunstetter, with
Hciman named Jewish co-;
to replace George Chert- j
If. Franklin Williams,
nt co-chairman, announced
was stepping down after
* of service but would con-
serve until his successor is
officers named were Har-
Landfield, treasurer, and
lice MacVicar, secretary.
Members, some representing
groups, are Mrs. Sydney
ub. Community Organiza-
ouis Schwartzman, Educa-
jrganizations; Max Orovitz,
1 Committee; and Dr. Jos-
Cot. Religious Organizations.
uulti To Hear
UerarA
ria, Miami Beach Young Zi-
fcstrict. will hold its weekly
Jiabbat at the home of Natal-
Instiin, 8090 Hawthorne Av-
oniRht, 9 p.m.
Bcrard, junior vice com-
of the Jewish War Veter-
[ll bo featured speaker. Ber-
I discuss The Importance Of
knd Its Ramifications.
ntly elected president Ar-
dwin announced that Leon-
lyderman will be in charge
|ing. Cwenneth Snyderman
nan of the program.
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president and current counselor. Mrs. Harry Kaufman acted
as chairman of the affair. Ten women guests became mem-
bers of the chapter during the installation ceremonies.
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PAGE 8
Miss Fadem Weds Marvin Harris;
Groom To Attend Medical School
Miss Joan C. Fadem and Marvin
Jay Harris were married on Sunday
afternoon at the Biscayne Terrace
Hotel. The bride is the daughter
of Mrs. Harriet Carter Fadem, 961
Mrs. Marvin Harris
West 48th Street, Miami Beach.
Mr. Harris is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Abel J Harris. 1825 West 24th
Street. Sunset Island 3.
Officiating at the ceremony was
Dr. Joseph Narot. spiritual leader
of Temple Israel. The bride's un-
cle. Philip Carter, of Cleveland.
Ohio, gave her in marriage. Her
sister. Mrs. Mory Erlich. Flushing.
Long Island. New York, was ma-
tron of honor. L. J. Harris was
best man for his brother.
The bride selected a gown of
chantilly lace worn over tulle and
taffeta. Paillette and pearl-trim-j
mcd lace medallions were ap-1
pliqued at the boat neckline. Her
full skirt fell in pleats.
A matching lace headpiece held (
her three-tiered veil of French il-
lusion Newlywed Mrs Harris car
ried a white Bible with white or-
chids.
Both the bride and groom are
Miami Beach High School gradu-
ates. Mr. Harris will receive his
degree from the I'niversity of Mi-
ami in September. The couple will
then go to Louisville. Kentucky. |
where he will enroll in the Uni-1
\.r\Mty of Louisville Medical |)p SikcT TV) \Vc(l
School. They are now honeymoon-
ing in Mexico City.
Miss Phyliss Thai is engaged
to Harvey Hahn. son of the
Joel Hahns. 2128 SW 22nd
Street. Announcement of the
betrothal was made this
week by the bride-elect's par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Thai, Miami Beach. A July
12th wedding is planned at
the Monte Carlo Hotel.
Miss Hagen Weds In
Candlelight Affair
It a double ring candlelight cere-
y on .Tune 7th, at Beth Jacob
gregation, Mi-- Kirth Hagen.
daughter of Mr and Mr- l-.iac
i sen 828 ,77-h Street, Miami
ch, became the bride of Clif-
Alper, -cm of Mr and Mrs.
uel AJper, iSl! Meridian Ave-
Kahbj Mo-es Mescheloff of-
ited
I est man w.i- Richard Alper
Richard Alper wai matron of
'. then included Ma\ Hag-
an I Donald Peiu-h Bridal
Irons 'To Mr- Lloyd Fittcr-
n and Mr- Hurvi> Stahl
rj Brummer was ring bearer.
ganist \ .,- Robert Strassburg, ac-
c mpanying Mr- U;on Green Hn
I >r Hagen ..- in charge of the
-t book
The bride selected a strapless
and; floor-length gown with a
ing te of imported chantilly
dotted with irrnU'-ctnt at-
quinj and matching gloves. Her
-ertip illu-ior. \t-:l ua- attach-
to a crown of tulle and .-eed
>fu> carried orchids on a
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."he couple both attended the Oka Views Art, Music
:\er-it> of Miami and are mem- European Art And Music Today
bers of the Future Teachers of will be the subject of a talk by
America. Miss Hagen is a member Judge Kenneth Oka before the
: Sigma Lambda Phi Sorority. Friends of the Seven Lively Arts
\ reception and dinner followed on Sunday. June 14th. 8 p.m.. at
a- Beth Jacob. After a motor trip 124 11th Street. Miami Beach.
through Florida the couple will live Chaim Rose is chairman of the af ?
at 3061 SW 27th Lane. Miami
Mrs. Cliff**) Alper
Rabbi Bernstein
Dr and Mrs. Samuel S. Siker. of
1634 Biarritz Drive. Miami Beach,
announce the engagement of their
daughter. Dr. Estelle Siker. to Rab-
bi Henry Bernstein, New London.
Connecticut.
Dr. Siker attended schools in
Port Chester. New" York, received
the AB degree from New York
I'niversity and the MD degree from
the Women's Medical College in
Philadelphia. Pennsylvania. She in-
terned at Grasslands Hospital. Val-
halla. New York, where she also
took her residency in pediatrics.
Dr. Siker practiced pediatrics
with her father in his Port Chester
office until 1947. when the elder
Dr. Siker retired. She then moved
to Yonkers. New York, where she
joined the staffs of Montefiore.
Doited and Bronx Hospitals as
pediatrics chief. She continues her
affiliation with Grasslands Hospit-
al in Valhalla.
Rabbi Bernstein has been in New
London for the past seven years.
j where he is principal of a Hebrew
i school He has been to South
] America to organize educational
programs for Jewish centers there.
The couple will wed at the home
1 of the bride-elect on Sunday. June
28th, with Rabbi Irving Lehrman
I officiating. They will reside in
i New London.
Mias Seeder W3ds.An^rewfe^'
Chooses Layers Of Blush Pink 5*
Mis* Nancy Doris Seeder was married to Andr,,!\, Saturday evening at the Roney Plaza Hotel Dr ^ &U
spiritual leader of Temple Israel, officiated The hr,*1* I
that belonged to the bridegroom's grandmother C*r"e She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold <*~u
Jefferson Avenue. Miami Beach. !*'i.4Mfl
Her father gave her in marriage.
Mr. Geller is the son of Dr. and
Mrs. Max Geller. 1440 Treasure
Drive.
The former Miss Seeder wore
layers of blush pink net and a
bodice of lace embroidered in
pearls and sequins, with illusion
net yoke and long sleeves of illu-
sion net. A lace cap, trimmed in
pearls, held her veil. Lilly-of-the-
valley and orchids topped her
Bible
For something old, she carried a
handkerchief that her mother and
sister. Mrs. Shale Baskin. of Joliet,
Illinois, had carried at their wed
1 ings. The handkerchief was her
grandmother's.
Mr. Baskin was matron of hon-
or and wore pink silk organza with
a small bolero. Bridesmatrons were
Mrs. Bernard L. Loving, sister of
the bridegroom from Rutherford,
New Jersey, and Mrs. Jerome Jo-
seph. Pittsburgh.
Robert E. Girard. of New York,
was best man. Mr. Baskin and Mr..
Joseph were ushers.
A reception followed the cere-1
mony at the Roney Plaza Hotel. I
after which the couple left for i
their honeymoon at Tower Isle in
Jamaica.
The bride will graduate from the
University of Miami in June. 1954.
She is a graduate of Miami Beach
Sirs. Andrew Stlitr
High School and attended .
western University, where diet
a member ol Alpha Pjaj3
Sorority
Mr. Geller j- a graduate of(
nell University, where he n\
ager of the crew active in I
Council and Beta Sigma Kto|
is president of !he Drew |
ment Corporation.
Parents Tell Shirley Ma
Miss Shirley Marks will wed" Mr.
Morris Felsen on August 30th. An-
nouncement of the couple's be-
trothal has been made by the
bride-elect's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
William Marks. 288 NE 18th Street.
Mr. Felsen is the son of Mrs.
Irene Felsen, Hunter. New York,
and the late Charles Felsen.
Miss Marks graduated from
Christopher High School in New
York City and was a member of
Clara Hirsch Landau Chapter. B'nai
B'rith Young Women.
Mr. Felsen graduated from Syr-
acuse University and served in the
Army during World War D. Both
Mr. Felsen and Miss Marks are
now employed in New York.
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HDAV, TWE It 1953
annafa Mansbaoher Weds Airman-
Kouple To Reside In Colorado
[Mr. and Mrs. Julius Mansbacher,'----------
I San Diego, California, announce
. marriage of their daughter,
gnnah, to Airman 1/C Jose M.
feill. so" Mrs- Eu8n Lyon, of
Blackstone Flower Shop, 1240
.jhington. Avenue, Miami Beach.
The ceremony took place at Beth
cob Congregation in San Diego
May 24th. Best man was Bryant
Byrd, brother-in-law of the
oom.
,. her wedding day, the bride
ose a ballerina gown of tulle and
anlilly lace. The lace bolero was
with long fitted sleeves and
Pan dollar. Her fingertip
ench illusion veil, edged with
antilly. was held in place by an
an?c blossom coronet made of
bthcr of Pearl.
>he carried a white satin covered
b'.e centered with a white hybrid
fchid and showered with stephan-
^JmktncrktoHi
datron of honor was Mrs. Bryant
Byrd. sister of the groom. She
|re a t:o!d-colored taffeta baller-
and carried a fan of baby or-
Ids. The bridesmaids, attired in
rblue and shellpink tulle, carried
eegays of carnations.
Mrs Mansbacher, mother of the
le, and Mrs. Lyon. mother of
groom, chose pink lace over
bk with matching jacket and
pck eylet over pink with match-
; jacket, respectively. Both wore
fchid corsages.
reception and dinner-dance in
hall of Beth Jacob followed the
femony.
The bride is a graduate of!
pools in Germany and Shanghai, j
lina, and was the secretary to the
pool Board of San Diego.
The groom is a graduate of Swiss
kools and the University of Mi- j
E
For her yoing away costume, the '
Be chose a navy suit with white
ie.Nsm.' and white orchid cor-
on completion of a honey
, trip by motor to Lake Tahoe,
and Mrs. Weill will reside in
Jorado Springs, Colorado, where
groom is stationed with the
Force.
Rose Sowers Farr
Weds Dr. Chuker
Mr and Mrs. Chester Sowers, of
13 NE 56th Street, Miami, an-
nounce the wedding of their
daughter, Mrs. Rose Sowers Fan-
to Dr. Melvin S. Chuker, on June
aid, at Daytona Beach, Florida.
Dr Chuker, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob I. Chuker, Chestnut Hill
Massachusetts, is a graduate of the
Kansas City University of Physic-
ians and Surgeons. Mrs. Chuker is
a graduate of the Chicago Conserv-
atory of Music.
The couple will live in Daytona
Beach, where they will be at home
after July 1st, at 921 Dayton Ave-
nue, Holly Hill.
Miss Ruddy Chooses
September 6th Rites
September 6th is the date set for
the wedding of Miss Rose Monnet
Ruddy and Stanford Pierce. The
bride-elect is the daughter of Mrs.
Emanuel Ruddy, 1973 Marseille
Drive, Miami Beach, and the late
Mr. Ruddy.
A 1952 Kiwanis queen, she also
was the Key Club Sweetheart at
Miami Beach High School, where
she graduated. She attended the
Coronet School of Modelling.
Mr. Pierce is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Pierce, 2021 North
Meridian Avenue. He attended
schools in Baltimore, Maryland,
and is now associated with his fath-
er in business.
Dickson, Kussner
Troth Revealed
The engagement of their daugh-
ter, Joy, to Conrad Leon Kussner,
son of Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Kussner,
809 Sevilla Avenue, Coral Gables!
has been announced by Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice Dickson, 524 Hamp-
ton Road, West Palm Beach.
The bride-elect graduated from
Palm Beach High School, where
she was a member of the National
Honor Society. She is now attend-
ing the University of Florida and
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Miss Newman Says
Vows At Her Home
The wedding of their daughter,
Shirley, to Jack Heyman, son of
Mr. and Mrs. William Heyman,
1332 SW 13th Street. Miami, is an-
nounced by Mr. and Mrs. Irvan
Newman, 2890 SW 19th Terrace.
The ceremony was held on Sun-
day in the Newman home, with
Rabbi Morris Skop officiating. The
bride wore a pale blue gown of
brocade and net. She carried a
single white orchid on a white
Bible.
The newlyweds will tour Florida
on their honeymoon.
Miss Joy Dickson
is majoring in Elementary Educa-
tion.
She is vice president of Kappa
Delta Pi and Future Teachers Of
America.
Mr. Kussner graduated from Mi-
ami Senior High School and is now
majoring in Chemical Engineering
at the University of Florida. He is
a member of the American Chem-
ical Society and Institute of Chem-
ical Engineers.
He was affiliated with the Du-
Pont Company. During the sum-
mer he will be-affiliated with the
Aberdeen Proving Grounds in
Maryland.
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Mrs. Manny Rudes will preside. A
farewell social hour will be pre-
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Newberg, Horowitz Betrothal Told
The Colony Restaurant was the
site of the engagement announce-
ment of Miss Barbara Newberg and
Howard Horowitz.
Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave
Newberg, 3130 SW 18th Street,
were hosts at the Sunday party.
Mr. Horowitz is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Horowitz, 1535 Euc-
lid Avenue, Miami Beach.
Formerly of New York, the
bride-elect has made her home in
Miami for the past eight years. She
graduated from Miami High School
and has just completed her sopho-
more year at the University of
Florida.
Mr. Horowitz graduated from Mi-
ami Beach High School and is also
a student at the UF, where he has
served as treasurer of Alpha Ep-
silon Pi Fraternity.
i '
Miss Barbara Newberg
Masada Hears Simonhoff Know America W*ek
Miami Beach Masada met last
night in the banquet hall of the
Blackstone Hotel. Speaker for the
evening was Harry Simonhoff, lee- j
turer and world traveler who has
just returned from a trip abroad,
in a talk on Zionism Among The
Early American Jews. Abe Schafer
led the discussion that followed.
To celebrate Know America
Week, the Greater Miami Section
of the National Council of Jewish
Women will present a showing of
the moving picture. The Reluctant
Citizen, at Beth El Congregation
on Thursday, June 18th, 8:30 p.m.
Mrs. Sidney Lewis, chairman of
Council's Service to Foreign Born
Department, announces that the
public is invited.
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4*3 A Makes
4 I van up 4 all
Campaign Chairman Howard
Kare this week urged urged 3.500
contributors to the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal to continue their aid to
Israel and local causes by making
their pledge in 1953.
)n a communication directed to
lu) year's contributors who had
di looted, to make their gift in the
CumM campaign, Kane pointed
out that the generosity of Greater
Miami Jewry has been responsible
tOl raising over SI.200.000 this
approximately S198.000 short
01 -he campaign goal.
Your gifts have helped to stem
tho tide of austerity, food ration-
..nd inadequate housing." the
letter stated. "Your contribution
hat helped to save lives and to
open the doors of Greater Mi-
ami's health'and welfare in-titu
*
Perhaps, in the rush of personal
attain, you may have overlooked
the CJA Campaign in 1953 a
jreaV of crucial decision a time
whM Jewry in Iron Curtain coun-
trial is once again faced with op-
;: -sion and cruelty
Only cash can save these lives.
v ,.n t you make your pledge now
to your united community cam-
jvign which serves Jewry every-
where""
; mal cleanup activities are being
cted in all divisions in an ef-
to reach the campaign goal be-
the summer month-
Jml&fkrkfkw
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Newest chapter to join the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, the shield of David AZA. raised
SI650 worth of Drugs for Israel by contacting local physicians and collecting sample drugs.
Shown above are David Krause. Harvey Schwartz. Martin Kline. Bob Shuster. Ronnie Nadler.
Harvey Kanter. Ross Sandier. Douglas Schwartz. George Lefcoe, organizer of the chapter.
Alan Laufer, Bruce Fetter and Bernard Simms. ____________ .______
Tau Alpha Omega
Council Plans Parties
Tau Alpha Ome^a Council will
hi : house partie- this year at the
,. rgisn Hotel today through June
21st, it has been announced by
erta Pigur. president
tifman of entertainment is
'. Schwadron Serving <>n the
idee .ire Dorothy Alhaum.
I Finder. Beverij Krumer and
. SuttOfl The theme is con-
ntal capers
F.~bbi Malavsky On Air
bi Morton MaUa-k> spirit-
ader of the Israelite Center
hi guest speaker or. the radio
.ram. Jewish Forum Of The
Stati r. W IflE Sun lay, June
at 10:30 a m
Federation Names i Miss Simkowitz
Executive Committee;
Fifty-nine community leaders
have been named as members of
the Executive Committee of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
to serve for the coming year, it
has been announced by Federation
President Carl Weinkle
Appointments were approved at
Federation's Board of Governors
meeting held last week.
The Committee includes the Fed
eration president, the immediate
pact president, the honorary presi-
dent, all vice presidents and the
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Announcement of her citation
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Beach High School principal.
Miss Simkowitz won the award
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daughter of Mr and Mrs. I. B.
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cil and treasurer of Thespians. She
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Mrs. Myers Again Named JSSB Head
JmisfinrM>r
PAGE 11
I New members of the Board of Directors of the Jewish Social
Service Bureau installed during JSSB's annual meetinq on
I Sunday at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel are (left to right) the
[Mesdames Alexander Robbins. Sam Silver, Stanley C Myers
[Seymour Liebman and Harry Rogers. Not pictured are Mrs
|Moe Feingold, Jerome Stem and David Stuzin.
j Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, national,
l.lie and local social welfare lead
the Board of Directors of the
wish Social Service Bureau, Red
leather Community Chest agency,
its annual brunch meeting held
i Sunday morning at the Biscayne
lerrace Hotel.
1 Reclectcd with her were Vice
la>or Harold Spaet of Miami
each, Herbert Scher and David
atsman, vice presidents; Bernard
allant, treasurer; and Mrs. Harold
and, secretary.
I Featured was a puppet film
ramatizing modern casework in
btion. Highlight of the meeting
ime with the presentation of a
ronze plaque to Leo Ackerman in
bnor of 21 years of service as a
Jcmber of the Board of Directors
the Jewish Social Service Bur-
solve the tensions, confusions and
disturbances of living, she said.
. -------- " , was reelccted to the presidency The family service agency the
tho Rnard of nirprtnrs nf Iho I<,,,>;.|, c;.i- r-__. _
Jewish Social Service Bureau
has opened its doors to serve the
whole community, bcoming "an in-
strument of great power" in solv-
I ing current social problems.
Judge William L. Pallot was
toastmaster for the meeting.
Mrs. Myers spoke on New Skills
ir Better Family Living, declar-
JSSB's conviction in the value
id importance of social casework
a profession. "Although agen
?s have continuously held to the
isic and underlying purpose of
[ping people to achieve more sat-
ing and secure lives," she said,
tools and resources available
A the ways of working to give
Is help have changed with the
Oging times. Because the fam-
service agency at one time di-
eted its major efforts to meet
economic needs of people,
my are unable to grasp that Us
ention is now focused on the
iblems of people arising out of
:ir relationship with other peo-
Myers added that .social
isework was not a "kind of lesser
lychiatry" or "the poor man's
ychoanalysis," but that "social
ework as practiced in the area
uly counseling constitutes an
[dependent and unique form of
erapy."
ocial casework is a distinct pro-
sion which has a major contri-
"on to make in helping people
Anti-Jewish Leaflet
In Miami Mails
Reports were made early this
week of a flood of violently anti-
Semitic literature being received
by Miamians through the mail.
According to post office officials,
the pamphlets urge recipients to
join the Christian Anti-Jewish Par-
ty. "No cowards are wanted." says
the writer, who is reputed to be
Jesse B. Stoner, a 28-year-old pro-
fessional hate monger of Tennes-
see and Atlanta.
The propaganda advocates a pro-
gram to "free America from the
Jews" and "Destroy Communism."
The writer adds that people who
support the Jews are followers of
Judas fscariot.
Recipients here said the envel-
opes containing the anti-Semitic
literature were postmarked in
Jacksonville, and the enclosed
pamphlets carry post office box
numbers in Atlanta and Birming-
ham.
The alleged author started his
hate career as the Kleagle of a
Chattanooga, Tennessee, Ku Klux
Klan. The Christian Anti-Jewish
Party has attracted little if any
support, according to Gilbert J.
Balkin, director of the Anti-Defa-
mation League's Florida Regional
office.
ftteV are ^^^^i,?^0^ H^rew School and Congregation. Show,
Rabbi Simon April, LXStoXcSk^SS S? fa^! MrS" M" Bal,er' teache''
Martha Fisher. Can'r Berele Werner, Jane Neustein, George Isaacs and
Young Israel Fetes
Samuel Sakols
Solomon Lobel, president of
Young Israel Synagogue, this week
announced that a reception and
Kiddush will be tendered in honor
of Samuel Sakols, industrialist and 1
winter resident of Miami Beach at'
the synagogue. 4001 Chase Avenue
on Saturday, Jane 13th.
Sakols. who is interested in the
field of Jewish education, was rec-
ently elected vice president of
Young Israel and is a member of
the Synagogue Executive Board
and the Expansion Committee. He
is also an active member of the
Board of Directors of the Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy and of
Torah Umesorah, national organ-
ization for the establishment of day
schools.
Mr. and Mrs. Lobel will be hosts
at the reception following the Sab-
bath services honoring Mr. Sakols,
who is soon to depart for an ex-
tended tour of this country. Eur-
ope and Israel. He will attend the
wedding of his grandson in Cali-
fornia prior to his trip abroad.
BMSCC Forms
Afternoon Camp
A program of outings, swimming
parties, sports, socials and trips
will start at the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center, Town
Branch, on Monday, July 6th.
The new program, which will be
known as the Senior Afternoon
Camp, will be for young teenagers,
both boys and girls, between the
ages of 12 through 15. A series
of varied activities will be* held
three afternoons a week, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, from 2 to
5 p.m.
The Senior Afternoon Camp will
be under the supervision of Abra-
ham Rochstein, who is the Health
and Physical Education supervisor
at the Town Branch.
Simon Again Heads
Coral Gables ZOA
Morris Simon, of 1325 Sorolla
Avenue, Coral Gables, has been re-
elected president of the Coral Gab-
les Zionist District. Prior to his
election last year as president, he
served as chairman of the Board
for two years.
Simon is also a member of the
Administrative Committee of the
Southeastern Region of the ZOA,
as well as a delegate to the Zionist
40 Delegates Entrain
For Charlotte Meet
Some 40 delegates will leave
from the Miami area for the Dis-
trict Grand Lodge No. 5 B'nai
B'rith Convention scheduled for
Charlotte. North Carolina, on June
13th through 15th. according to an
announcement by Milton Friedman,
chairman.
Among those planning to attend
are Gilbert J. Balkin, ADL director
and president of the Miami Beach
Lodge; Sidney Aronovitz, 1st vice
president of the State Federation;
Billy Wien, State Women's presi-
dent; Milton Friedman, National
B'nai B'rith Youth commissioner;
Al Pallot, veterans' commander;
Mrs. SaUy Wellens, BBYO chair-
man; and Mrs. Ida Optner, chair-
man of the Hillel Organization.
Beach Young Adults
To Honor Dr. Pearson
Dr. Jay F. W. Pearson, president
of the University of Miami, will be
honored at a dinner-dance to be
sponsored by the Young Adult
Group of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center on Sunday, June 14th. The
affair will be held in the Social
Hall of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center at 7 p.m.. according to Bob
Stone, president.
The Arrangements Committee
consists of Ruthe Dixon, Phyliss
Goldstein and Arlene Weisblatt.
Members of the Door Committee
are Jane Goldstein, Debbie and Lu-
cille Graboyes and Donald Marks.
Elaine Schwartzman is in charge
of publicity.
Drive At West Miami
Plans for a membership drive at
the West Miami Jewish Center are
well under way. according to an
announcement this week.
The Membership Committee is
unde^ the chairmanship of Mrs.
Al Lozoff. Rabbi Alfred Waxman
is spiritual leader.
Jewish Hour On Vacation
Morris Nasatir's Jewish radio
hour concluded broadcasts for the
summer last Sunday evening. Nas-
atir said that he will again direct
the hour beginning, with Sunday,
October 4th. He plans two new
features for his program.
Miami ORT Meets Here
The Greater Miami Chapter of
the Women's American ORT met
Wednesday evening at the Empress
Hotel.
Summer Schedule Listed
| Beginning Monday evening, June
15th, a summer teen age recrea-
tion program will be scheduled at
the Flagler-Granada Jewish Com-
munity Center. Among activities
provided arc dancing, ping pong
tournaments, horseshoe pitching,
table games and group singing.
Zamor Auxiliary Ends Season
Zamora Jewish Center Sister-
hood held its final meeting of the
season on Wednesday evening. Ac-
cording to Mrs. Benjamin Fried-
man, chairman, an original compo-
sition. Royal Poinciana Bloom,
highlighted a musical program by
Irene Archer.
.
Morris Simon
Shaloma Card Party
A card party will be held by
the Shaloma Group of Hadassah
on Thursday evening, June 17th, 8
p.m., at the Monte Carlo Hotel.
Mrs. Jack Bernard and Mrs. Ber-
nard Goldberg are in charge of
arrangements.
Council of South Florida. He is
also a member of the Board of
Governors of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and honorary
member of the Board of the Miami
Beach-Israel ZOA.
Other officers are Sidney San-
ders, Daniel Cravitt and Irving
Sperling, vice presidents; Manuel
Barkin, treasurer; Meyer Fine, fi-
nancial secretary" Mrs. Lucille
Toloff, recording secretary; and
Morris Simon, corresponding sec-
retary.
The Executive Board includes
Morris Aron, Oscar Greene, Abra-
ham Hurewitz, Louis Kaplan,. Al-
bert Levick, Mrs. Albert Levick,
Max Friedson, Morris Belgrade,
Dr. David Oberstein, Murray Ray-
mond, Dr. Israel Slotsky. Rabbi
Morris Skop, Harold G. Shapiro,
Dr. Abraham Kitzen, Oscar Lel-
chuk, Maury J. Snyder and Napth-
ali Weidberg.
JNF Program Sunday
Anna Brenner Meyer, Miami at-
torney, and Rabbi Moses Mesciiel-
off, president of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund Council of Greater Mi-
ami, will be guest speakers on the
Jacob Schachter radio hour at noon
Sunday, June 14th, over station
WMBM. They will discuss The
Facts Of Israeli Life in a program
sponsored by the JNF.
Ackerman, Miami civic worker and business leader, re-
hives a plague from Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, president of the
wish Social Service Bureau, for his 21 years of service in
hall of JSSB. Th presentation was made on Sunday during
he bureau's annual meeting.
The Debs Chapter, BBYO, recently held election of officers. Shown above (left to right) are Mrs.
Joseph J. Bermann, advisor; Helene Kravitz, sergeant-at-arms; Jackie Hiner, secretary; Mrs.
Rae Hoffman, president of the South Florida Women's Council; Patty Perlman, vice presi-
dent; Milton Friedman, Miami attorney and National Youth commissioner; Rachel Feldan,
president; Judy Alpert, treasurer; and Roberta Bermann, chaplain. _J


M'JK
PAGE 12____^
Ziker nick Again
Chairs District
Welfare Board
Harry Zukernick has been elect-
ed chairman of the District Wel-
fare Board for the third successive
year, and Thomas B. Duff was
elected vice chairman.
Zukernick has been a member
of the Welfare Board since 1947.
He is the immediate past president
of the Miami Beach Bar Associa
tion and has been serving as chair-
man of the Metropolitan Division
of the 1953 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal. He is past president of Mi
ami Beach B'nai Brith Lodge and

Harry Zukernick
of the Civic League of Miami
Beach
He was the founder president of
the YM & WHA. of Miami Beach,
which is today the Miami Beach
Branch of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center. Zukernick
is vice president of Temple Beth
Sholom Men's Club and a Governor
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed
era tion
The District Welfare Board con
-;>'.- of 22 members appointed by
the Governor who serve with 'jt
pay to admin, ter old age a-~i-t-
ance. aid to the blind and aid to
dependent children programs in
Dade and Monroe Count ie.-
Rabbi Kronish To
Parli*ipato In
Kstos Park Meet
Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom. will
be among participants in a v>
posium on the Reform movement
scheduled for the 64th annual con
vention of the Central Conference
I of American Rabbis at Etes Park.
Colorado. June 23rd through 28th
The Conference is the National
Association of Reform Rabbis.
Some 350 spiritual leaders are ex-
pected to attend the six-day con-
: vention at which the future of
American Refrom Judaism will be
considered in a round of formal
and informal discussions.
Dr Joseph L. Fink, of Buffalo.
New York, president of the con-
ference, will deliver a series of
.recommendations in his address on
I opening day. Over 50 Rabbis from
i all parts of the nation will take
I part in the convention program
which was drawn up by Dr Bar
i nett R Bnckner. of Cleveland.
Ohio. Conference vice president.
Father's Day Brunch
At Beach Center
An original skit entitled. What
Father Does On His Day Off. will
highlight the Father's Day Brunch
sponsored by the Parent Teacher
Association of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center. Mr< Benjamin N
Greene, president, announced this
week. The Brunch will be held on
Sunday. June 14th. in the dining
room of the Center at 10:30 a.m.
The skit, directed by Mrs. Theo-
dore H. Hankoff. will star Mrs
Greene. Mrs. Henry Waitzkin. Mrs.
Theodore Hankoff. Mrs. Raphael
Yunes and Mrs Arthur Ross. Child-
> ren will also participate in the
program, and gifts will be present
led to the fathers and the children
Chairman of the brunch is Mrs
'Joel Newman, and the committee
| includes Mrs. Irving Cypen. Mrs.
Sherman Kaplan. Mrs. Morris Med
of. Mrs Samuel Lurie and Mrs
Aaron Bookspan.
Children starring will include
I Janice Weinman. Michael Peyton
and Alan Borenstein.
Citizens Federal
Has Open House
Citizens Federal Savings and
[Loan Association of Hialeah cele-
I brated the opening of its enlarged
quarters. 198 Hialeah Drive, last
Saturday. Open house festivities
included toys for children, flowers
for ladies, smokes for men and en-
tertainment for all.
Citizens Federal Savings opened
for business on July 5. 1952. with
savings accounts of approximately
$271,000.00. It now has 2.500 sav-
ings accounts, with total savings in
excess of $2,000,000 00 "This large
increase during the past 11 months
* Ura-jG. Ledford. Le0 /
Adeeb.
tual confidence. The people of Hia- Daniels and E aik-T 1
leah and Miami Springs have dem- __.:,,, Dett pUif,
onstrated. beyond question, their S!_^ mi 0,i' Dunn, I
confidence in our services. In re-
turn, by investing in this area, we
prove our confidence in the con-
tinued stable and prosperous
growth of these communities."
Four employees made up the
fuH-time staff of Citizens Federal
Savings when it opened in July,
1952. Today there are more than
ten persons on its staff.
Other officers are W. J. Calla-
han. secretary-treasurer; Wallace
Builders if Immortal
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Off To Convention
B'nai B'rith District No 5 Grand
Lodge Convention will be held in
Charlotte, North Carolina. June
13th through 15th Delegate- who
will represent Coral Gables B'nai
B'rith Women are the Mesdame
Herman Brenner, president: Sid
ney Pozen. Sidney Suss. Frank We!-
lias, Al Lozoff and Selmer Lazar
Golda Myerson Party
Pioneer Women. Golda Myerson
Club, will hold a card party on
Tuesday evening. June 16th, 8 p.m..
!at the Beth El Congregation Mrs.
Rose Gerstein is chairman of the
affair.
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)AY, JUNE 12, 1953
[ELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Hl!\fiH! JEW,SH CEN-|ficiate. *h Cantor Berele Kele
I will hold Friday evening serv- mer rendering the musical dohw,
at 8.15 p.m., with Rabbi Mor- of the liturev iSS S*:rt'on
^J^tsijhrtdliar
Skop officiating and discuss-
The Incentive To Conduct.
mc. Shabbat will follow. Sat-
iv morning services are at 9:45
Cantor Irving Robinson will
ni special Psalms for the advent
|he new Hebrew month. Kid-
of Sanctiffcatlon will follow.

EST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
i.hold Friday evening services
h30 p.m, wltk Rabbi Alfred
kman officiating. Oscar Wein-
will assist. Saturday morn-
rservices are at 9 a.m. Junior
ices will be directed by Mrs.
is Ncwmark at 10 a.m. Mincha
6 p.m., followed by Rabbi
kmans discussion of Ethics of
Fathers. Shalos Seudos will
hide the Sabbath.
*
^ALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
riSH COMMUNITY CENTER
hold Friday evening services
1:15 p.m., conducted by Rever-
JLen Mi im and assisted by the
\er Choir. Reverend Heim will
uss: Israel Between East And
Saturday morning services
|al 9 am.

||AMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
will hold Friday evening serv-
at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morn-
liervices are at 9 a.m., when
Irving Lehrman will discuss
rYet-kly Portion. The Bar Mitz-
of Jerome, son of Mr. and
Barney Rosenberg, and Mar-
Ison ol Mr. and Mrs. David
wlli t.iRp place during the
cc. Daily services are in the
at 8 a.m., and at 7 p.m.
* *
TH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
Friday evening services at
p.m. Saturday morning serv-
are at 9 a.m., when the Bar
rah of Martin. on of Mr. and
Harry l'ato, will take place.
oTferfngs 'will be ""by the
in honor of their son. Min-
is at 6:19- p.m., followed by
is Seudos. Daily services are
1:30 a ni., and at 6:45 p.m.
liturgy A class in Mishna
is scheduled for 5:30 p.m., follow-
ed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos

JPSSf 'SRAEL f Miami wi
hold Friday evening services at
8.15 pm, with Dr. Joseph Narot
officiating. Special prayers will be
read in hope for the peace
is developing in Korea.
that
pH EL CONGREGATION will
Friday evening services at
pm Saturday morning serv-
ice at 8:30 a.m.. when Rabbi
yahn Swirsky will discuss
feekly Portion. A class in Tal-,
is scheduled for 5 pjn., and i **
be conducted by the Rabbi. I be
ha is at 6 p.m., followed by
os Seudos.
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 8:30 am
Rabbi Abraham Cassel will preach
the Sabbath sermon, with Cantor
Abraham Seif rendering the mu-
sical portion of the liturgy. Min-
cha is scheduled for 6:30 p.m.
Daily services are at 8 a.m., and
at 6:30 p.m.

BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning
services are at 8:30 a.m. Mincha
will be at 6:45 p.m., followed by
Shalos Seudos. Rabbi Moses Mesch-
eloff will discuss the Weekly Por-
tion.
*
ISRAELITE CENTER holds Fri-
day evening services at 6:45 p.m.
Saturday morning services are at
8:30 a.m. Rabbi Morton Malavsky
will officiate and discuss: True
Unity Leads To Success Rebel-
lion Brings Destruction. His ser-
mon will be in observation of
Know Your America Week. Min-
cha is at 6:30 p.m., followed- by
Shalos Seudos. Daily services are
at 8 a.m., and 15 minutes before
sundown.
...
HOLLYWOOD JEWISH COrVV
MUNITY CENTER will hold Fri-
day evening services in commemor-
ation of American Day Sabbath.
Jewish War Veterans will partici-
pate'in the servicer. Subject of a
sermon to be delivered by Rabbi
David Shapiro is scheduled as:
Unique Qualities Of Our American
Way Of Life. Kiddush will pe re-
cited by Harvey Goldstein. Cantor
Joseph W. Malek will" render the
musical portions of*the liturgy
Synagogue Directory
Beth tZJH!' 'S.V,.?, Miami *-
Beth David
Conservative
Miami.
Beth ElDr.
2625 8W 3rd Ave..
I Jb.rtf'Snr r1.bbl a-0" &**.
COerra.S?ieV!labbl Morrl Sl"P. Lib-'
Miami n'd*-;0 NVV
nul.h:M..m. Spnna. .. ReVerend
Place,
s,ywa0,!lywo!:r8crva,,ve- 2o3 pik
S?b t1?; Miamrrvatlv,;- m sw
K^r"V,,KraHl~"i,,bbl Abraham Cas-
Miami Reich
Miami
Conaei
Miami Hebrew
Miami.
Ave.,
Beach-Itahhl Irving ..ehrman,
ervative. 1701 Wash. Ave., M B
i.rll tSXSXL sch>ol It.,l,l,| Simon
m',1 ^, Ortho Nwfth, ^^~SS" Maver Abramo-
. M&a 8SSi.?av#' 62 75,h
Temple Israel-Dr. Joseph Narot. Re-
Tif-^.K1'7 N.K 19th st- Miami.
Miami ~ 65 N- Mlaml Ave
WgO-',"l!-tbbl Alfred Waxman.
MUmTa"Ve- 5?2 SW 17,h
ZamoraReverend Rudolf Brill. Con-
servative. 44 Zamora Ave., Coral
Obituaries
SOL SATER
.0 of 68Sft Al.hi.lt Ave.. Miami I:...!,
died June Jnd. He came hen- eight
years ago from Lemontown, N.C and
is survived by his ife Selma; two
daughter*. Barbara Sater and Mr
Marjorie Wolkj a son, Stanford; two
later*, Mrs. Blumye Saul and Mrs
Mollye Aranson. all of Greater .Miami,
and three brothers. Bervl were held
in Beach Memorial Chapel, with bur-
In I In New York.
Mendel Unveiling
The dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late Fannie
Mendel, formerly of 636 10th
Street, Miami Beach will take place
Sunday. June 14th. 1 p.m. at Mt.
Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Joseph
Rackovsky officiating. Mrs. Mendel
is survived by her husband Jacob
two daughters, Mrs. Rhoda Levine
and Beatrice Ross, both of Miami
Beach; also five sons, Abraham,
Harold, Louis, Herman and Wil-
liam.
Arrangements are in charge of
Palmers Miami Monument Com-
pany. Friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
PAGE 13
North Dade Activities
Members of the Sisterhood of the
North Dade Jewish Center are
Planning a schedule of social
events through the summer. The
first will be given by Mrs. M. Gold-
man, 1900 South Hibiscus Drive,
Keystone Point, in the form of a
dessert luncheon on Tuesday, June
16th. at 1 p.m.
Brownstein Unveiling
The dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late Nathan
Brownstein formerly of 2871 w
21st Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. will
take place Sunday, June 14th, 11
A. M. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with
Rabbi Simon April officiating. Mr.
Brownstein is survived by his wife
Cookie and four daughters; Mrs
Pauline Tobias of Miami Beach,
Mrs. Lee Silverman, Mrs. Rita Ches-
ner and Fay Bernstein, all of Hous-
ton, Texas, also ten grandchildren.
Mr. Brownstein was a member of
the National Jewish Workers Alli-
ance of Brooklyn, N. Y.
Arrangements are in charge of
Palmers Miami Monument Com-
pany. Friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
Radio Synagog %
There Is No Unbelief will be the
subject of a sermon by .Rabbi s.
M. Machtei on the Radio Jynagog
at 9 a.m., Sunday, over^tation
WQAM. There will also be prayers,
scripture reading, music and a
question box.
MRS. REBECCA BAST
it:.", Collins Ave., died In New York
Friday. June :,ih. b'ervlcei were held
Monday In Riverside Memorial Chap-
el, Miami Beach, with burial in Wood-
lawn Cemetery. Bhe came here 1",
yeava ago from New fork. Survivor.-.
Include two suns. Murray, of Chicago.
and Hull, of Miami Beach, and a
brother,
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold regular sen-ices* Friday at
6:30 p.m., with Reverend Rudolf
Brill officiating. Services will
held at 9 a.m., Saturday, and
will be followed by a Kiddush.
(AMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
IGREGATION wvll hold Friday
|ing xTvie^aJ 6:45 p.m. Sat-
moming servides are at 8:30
when Franklin David Kreut-
f son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernst
Inzer, will become Bar Mitz-
Rabbi Simon April will of-
ITS SMART TO SEE THE
IN MIAMI
S 2-1598- 3-9969
YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
will hold Friday evening services
at 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning
services are at t:30 a.m. Kiddush
will follow in honor of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Sakols. Mincha is at
6:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seu-
dos, with the Sakols as hosts. Daily
services are at 8 a.m., and at 6:30
p.m.
*
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evenirfg serv-
ices at 6:45 p.m. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 8:45 a.m., when
Henry Marks, son of Mr. and Mrs.
David Marks, will be Bar Mitzvah.
PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO.
Miami'. One ^_ .. L
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Deliraryf \?A MEMORIALS
SAMCJEL AUSLANDER
9, of 22H SW ttrd Ter., who came
h.re 1* years ajco from New York,
died Saturday. He was a .-hoe sup-
ply Jobber and a tlaaon, Survivors
include his wife, Cella; two daugh-
ter*, M;s Evelyn It. Bohwarti and
Urn Muriel Sulomon; four grand-
children all f Miami, and three
hreithers anil two sisters In New York.
S.-ivices were held Sunday In Gor-
don's Miami Chapel, with burial in
Mt. Nebo Cemeten
0**2*t
JUNE
HtALTH
" EGGS BE5T
i BUTTER
MRS. LENA RUBENSTEIN
3. of 400 Kuclid Ave Miami Hench.
died Saturday. Services were held In
i:iv,-r.side Miami Beach Chapel, with
burial In Mt. Sinai Cemetery. Bhe
came here 17 years ac. Survivors In-
clude two sisi.-rs, Mrs. Ida Splvack
and Mrs. Sarah Stolerman, and a
niece,. Mrs. Evelyn Deufcy. all of Mi-
ami Beach.
MORRIS ATTIAS
36, of .Sin lilscayne St.. Miami Iteach.
died Saturday in Lake Work. Serv-
ice* were held Sunday In Riverside
Miami Beach Chapel. Burial was in
Mt. Sinai Cemetery. A cutter of lad-
les' sraaaet, he moved here five years
ago. Survivors Include his wife. Bet*
ty; two pins. Jackie and Aaron, and
a daughter. Pearl, all ..f Miami Beach;
his parents. Mr. and Mis. Jack At-
tla.s, of New York, and three broth-
ers.
MRS. ANNA BLOCK
70, of MR" \V. Hay Harbor Drive, M
anil Beach, a winter visitor from De-
troit for many years, died Sunday.
Surviving are two daughters. Includ-
ing Mrs. Irving Galnea of Miami
Beach, and three -..us Services and
burial will be at Detroit, with River-
side Memorial Chapel >f Miami Beach
In charge of local arrangements,
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director
5505 N. W. 3rd St. Phone 87-8201
MRS. MINNIE ORUCKERMAN
72, a resident here for St years died
Mondav. Bervlcei were held Wednes-
day in Gordon's Miami chapel. Mrs.
Dmckern.an lueil ,.t J2"l BW 26th St.
She leaves a daughter. Mrs. (.scar
I Mayers, Miami, a concert pianist who
plays under the name of Frances
Druckerniaii, and a son.
^> MA Free *dvl
Advice and Inspection

TRULY NOLENi,
\Sc*- MRS. FLORENCE FISHMAN
r,, Miami Beach police matron, died
Saturday. Services will be held Fri-
day morning In Riverside Memorial
Chapel, Miami Beach.
3277"?9 S.W. 8th Str~t
Phone 4-5922
-
MISS MIRIAM E. SUSSMAN
.14. of 56s NW 22nd St was kill
Monday when her car was hit by a
F-rlda Kat Const train. Services
were hel.l Thursday in Miami River-
side Memorial ChapeL Burial t
place In Mt N*0 Cemetery.
ESTHER HABER
84, formerly of 16J0 James Avenue,
passed awaym'JlffleSith Slie is sur-
vived by her hush in.I. Nathnn. one
daughter, Mrs. Gertrude Luflman. of
\,. fork City. Her remains were
returned to New Yoik City for serv-
ices and Interment by the Riverside
Chapel of Miami Baai !.
ftjMJST BROS>YL


PAGE 14
Mrs. Sirkin Named
President Of Jewish
Women's Group
Mrs. Milton Sirkin was named
president of the Conference of
... wish Women's Organizations of
Dade and Broward Counties at a
lecent installation held in the Sax-
ony Hotel.
Mrs. Louis Glasser. a past presi-
dent of the oreanization. acted as
+Jewlst>nor*Matn
Mrs. MiftM Shbim
ir-talling officer. Outgoing presi
lent, Mrs. Irving Lehrman. sum
rized the group's activities with
..mcular empha-is on veteran
rk here, as well as for men in
the anned services in Korea
ther officers named, in addition
I Mrs Sirkin. were the Mesdames
an Rubin and Matilda Rat
ice president: Harry Rogers.
rer. Pavid Rifas. recording
secretary; bring Frankel. regis-
trar; Frank Wcllins. corresponding
- retarv; Julien We-.nkle. calen
miUllj and Monte Selig.
lamentanan
[n Sylvia Chertkof. program
-r.an. presented a program en-
.K-d. Cavalcade Of Organizations.
which work of the conference
, illustrated. Some 35 Jewish
neal groat* Hfl affiliated with
the conference.
TV REPAIRS
IMMEOUTf TfirviStON SV/
NIGHTS. SUNDAYS. HOLIDAYS
S3 for Call
Imm city-widi tv ISISM
l.isi Summer
Activity Sfhfdnli'
The Coral C.ables Young Adults
Croup has formulated a schedule
I of summer activities which begins
with a ranch party on Saturday
evening. June 27th. 9 p.m., nt the
Sunset Acre Stock Farm, according
to Sandy Silberman. social chair-
man.
Other affairs this summer in-
clude a watermelon party at the
home of Elinor Davis. 2230 S\V
19th Avenue, on Sunday evening.
July i2th: a hoo-ha dance on Aug-
ust 2nd: and a beach party at (.'ran-
don Park on August 16th
The next meeting of the group
is scheduled for Wednesday eve-
ning. June 17th. at the Coral Cab-
les Jewish Center.
Sam 'Hirsch Slates
Summer Theater
At Casablanca
Sam Hirsch will open his pro-
fessional summer theatre at the'
Morocco Room of the Casablanca
Hotel on Saturday. June 20th, with
Somerset Maugham's The Constant
Wife. This is the first of a ten-
week summer season of five plays
running two weeks each. Tuesday
through Sunday nights, with Sat-
urday matinees.
The other plays to be presented
by The Casablanca Played will be
Anne Of The Thousand Pays, by
Maxwell Anderson. July 7th to July
19th. inclusive: Rocket To The!
Moon, b9 Clifford Odets. July 21st I
through Augdst 2nd; The Would-
. Be Gentlemen, by Moliere. August'
'4th through 16th; and Liliom. by
Ferenc Molnar. August 18th
i through 30th
The air conditioned Morocco |
i Room will feature a unique seat-,
ing arrangement at tables and j
chairs on risers. Beverage will be'
served There will be dancing af- [
ter the show at no extra charge, j
The dining room of the Casablanca
Hotel will be open for the con-1
venience of the playgoers.
Featured in the opening show-
are E\fl>n King. John Behney and
Karl Redcoff Others in the pro-j
fes-ional company are Yvonne
Clifford. Sybil and Selig Rubin.
Kent Lewellyn. Scampy Jalass and
Barbara Sohmers Al Balin is busi-
ly -> manager, and Hirsch will di-
rect the plaj I
The scene is set for the first in the third summer series of University of Miami Pop Conceit
on Sunday evening, June 21st. 8 p.m.. at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Conductor John M
ter and the orchestra will join Jorge Bolet. Cuban pianist, and Barbara Gibson, coloratura so-
prano, in a program of favorite compositions. The informal atmosphere of red-checked ckxk
covering the tables on the main floor and refreshments served during intermission! are ex-
pected to attract a record opening night audience. __________________________
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e,P


12. 1953
LEGAL NOTICE
c,
faf rinr^O-t.
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 28223-B
III-' B8TATH O*
rISRAEL K G< KIDMAN n/k/a
i v Goodman. 1 Meet d
(notice of intention to make
1 application for final
discharge
S'OTICB It hereby given that I have
111',,I my fl"'1' reiMirt Hnil petition for
Discharge as Administratrix
, ni'.l.a., of the estate of ISRAEL
liobDMAN, deceased; and thai on
luih day of July, I'.'.,::, will apply
the lien.>ral>le KHANK It. DOWL-
>M. County Judge of Dade County,
niiil.i, for approval of said final ie-
Oil and for final discharge an Ad-
il'n utratrli d.li.n ,C la of tin- Estate
ISRAEL It. OOODMAN, dr. eased.
This lUth day of June. 1953.
LILLIAN IKIODMAN
Irving CYPBN
Attorney for A.Unlnlstratrlx d.b.n.c.t.a.
fot-19-M 7/3
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
4ND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 160242
John henry de masi. i'iaintirr.
I'lR.ilNlA DE MAM. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU. VIRGINIA I)E MASI Fourth
Itrret. While Plains, New York, are
lereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
gainst you, and you are required to
rrw a copy of your Answer or Plead-
to the llltl of Complaint on' the
llaintiff's attorney, THKOHOHE J
lAKoWITZ, 922 Seybold Building. Mi-
lan. I -lurlda, and file the original
swet or Ileadlng In the office of
he Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or
fore the 13th day of July. 153. If
fail to do s.i. Judgment by default
taken against you for the re-
JJEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDM FACTITIOUS
HEREBY GIVEN that
[ring to ,.,,..
NOTICE is
the undersigned .1
business under the flei'iTlou'
ABC BILLIARD
s name of
M vv S!fS.AR.D PARLOR at JIM
,U!.";.",'>....f"! APPllcanta
I S.W, 22nd SI
8/12-19-2G 7/3
NOTICE TO CREDITOR*
^ COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
FOR DADE COUNTY,
lemande.l In the Bill of Complaint
NE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Ida, this 10th day of June, 1953
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
Icir.i'UIT COI'RT SEAL)
By M. C. GREEN,
Deputy Clerk.
I2-W-26 7/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that
undersign. .1. desiring to engage in
uslness under the flctltlout name of
[ARDBN BAKE SHOP, at 816 6th
Ineet, Miami Heach, Intend to r.gi--
said name with the Clerk of the
fneuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
SIDNEY GELBER
HUTU OELBBR
lEBSHON S. MILLER
Juorney for Owners
Lincoln Road
12-19-28 .7/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
\lffilCB IH HEREBY GIVEN- that
h unnersig: d, desiring to engage in
fcislness under the fictitious name of
|TT1E KAY. at 54 Miracle Mile. Coral
ubies. Fla., intends to register said
..... with the Clerk of the Circuit
uurt of Dade County. Florida.
ESTHER O. KURZROK,
Sole Owner
I^ERS. II El MAN & KAPLAN
luorneys for Owner
Seybold Bldg.
ki:-19-26 7/3
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
-EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
I0UNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 160160
|1)NA CHAISER BELFORD,
Tlafntlff
nil HEI.FORD', Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
JACOB BELFORD. K65 Chapel
street, New Haven. Conn.
I>"l ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
. complaint for divorce has been
"I -.gainst you, and you are re-
nr.il to serve a copy of your nns-
er on the i'lainilffs attorney, ROB-
It I II TRAL-RIG. Esquire. 350 Lln-
>"i Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and
e the original answer in the office
lit i l.rk of the Circuit Court on
Wore the 13th day of July, 1953,
arwise the allegations In aaid com-
it will bo taken as confessed by
ll'ltOINoM fDated June' s. 1953.
E. B. LEATHJ5IUIAX,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: M. C. GREEN,
,' Deputy Clerk
-is-Jb ,/3
no^d1^d^,r:,,>;-l-,h;-:;>
enlms and demands which v ,,""
aetat. of samirSr* ,av' SeSS'tfi
estate or SAMl Kl, J. WSKUSV ile
SaHSft CoaM>- """Ida, within ehrht
ad-
sworn
same
M?rir,^t!......
dress of the claimant and to be
to and presented as aforesaid, or
will be barred.
Date June 5. AD. 1953
GERTRUDE FURNARI,
A" Executrix of the Last Will
and Testament of
SAMUEL J. PA8KOW.
GEORGE J. TALIANOFFeEbUd'
Attorney for Executrix
6/12-19-26 7/3
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
T7.A,U' T" WHOM THESE l'RES-
ENTS SHALL COME. GREETINGS
This Is to certify that', whereas,
lA-on A. Epstein. Miami. Fla
Irwin E. Kott, Miami. Kla.
Anne Handlon. Miami. Fin.
did on the 11th day of June, A.D. 1951,
cause to be Incorporated under the
provisions of Chapter 10O96, Laws of
Florida, Acts of 192.-), MARTIN'S,
INC., a corporation, with Its principal
place of business at Miami, Dt,d
County, In the state of Florida, and
whereas the stockholders of said cor-
poration did on the 1th day of June,
A.D. 1 !.-3. cause to be filed in the
office f th.- Secretary of state of up-
state of Florida, a consent of all the
stockholders under the provision! ..f
Mid Chapter 10"'!.fi. Lawt of Florida;
Acts of IMS, requesting the dissolu-
tion of said corporation, therefore 111.
Secretary of State is satisfied that
said corporation has complied with the
requirements of law.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
have hereunto set my hand
and have affixed the Great
Seal of the State of Florida,
at Tallahassee, the. Capital,
this the fifth day of June,
A.D. 1953.
R. A. GRAY.
Secretary of State.
(SEAL)
6/12/53
LEG Al, NOTICE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S rruipr
DADE COUNTy'IlVr^1
UK: KST.TE^O?572-8
NVA%LJo=A^---,-KE
rEs^ f,nal
ld fin-.l'".''"V1"-" lhatlhave
Final I,is, r..;"'" &"* P>tfen for
.V^rsE-Di-Ki^^.v' ,Y,'"
1 his zBth day ..f \i,,v isiti
ARTHUR RHOPE8 DICKENSON
" gWCU.....I E.-tal. of W-N-"-N
S0TRANDCFU0NRTY &Br%3g&
LOtHSJB?. "ecease.l
To ,,uTLtE T0 CREDITORS
Int cLim r,,?n'1 A" ^rtnu Hav-
Estate: r L>emand" Against Said
noTrnJa8?^'*0" .of you- ar hereby
claim. nad .r,,ulrSd "' "re8''" a"'
c aims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
ra,e"ofM.a/nTTiLURWN *-eied
l?dJCTlyLand '" the same 4n
n nS. c* '". th Cm">ty Courthouse
in Dade County. Florida, within eight
. alendar months from the date of the
H.rai E.Ub,i<'a""n ,,"reof Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
o and presented as aforesaid, or same
t^m p,,ar!'l'd', See Section 120 of the
1933 Probate Act.
Date May 14. A.D. 1953.
JOHN D. PARKAS
A A III iN EAl'.lt
STANLEY C. MYERS
As Executors of the Last
Will and Testament of
LOTTIE BR0WN,
MYERS. HE1MAN & KAPLAn"*'
650 Seybold Bldg. Miami, Fla.
Attorneys for Executors
5/22-29 l/B-12
^ CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
B .t?". DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
PA. IN CHANCERY. No. 180183
|AJA klLVFT. Plaintiff,
I
AX. k l:\l-T, Defendant.
v.oT.l,CE BY PUBLICATION
*"l MAX KRAhT, 103s White PI.
New York Tt, New Y6rk, are
ny n<.tified that a BUI of Com-
nl for Divorce has been filed
ini .,, mnd you aro faquir,,! ,,,
" > opy nt your Answer or Tlead-
i" the inn of Complaint on tlie
ii?,.l.>.r~..i,""rn"y. THEOIX1RE J.
r,i t-i Tf'- iil Seybold Building. Ml-
m. riorlda, and file the original Ana-
Mi
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
KENNEL BAR. 363! N.W. 7th St..
Miami. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
JOHN S. WELLS
STEPHEN F. KESSI.ER
Attorney for Applicant
4 8.W. J2nd Ave.
6/5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREIIY GIVEN that
ttie undersigned, desiring to encage In
buslifcai Under the rtctltlotie name of
PORCELAIN REPAIR COMPANY
(not Inc.), at U04 S.W. 3rd Ave..
-Miami. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Countv, Florida.
,_^. JACK W. KENNEDY
LEONARD KAI.ISII
Attorney for Applicant
1001 DuPoiit Bldg,
6.5-12-19-26
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CHANCERY No. 159593
EDITH if. BATTA1LLK, Plaintiff
BROOKLYN C. BATTAII.I.E,
I lefendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: BROOKLYN C. 1IATTA1LLE
"":! Summit Avenue
Greensboro. North Carolina
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your Answer to the Complaint for
Divorce with the Clerk of the above
Court and serve a copy thereof upon
KESSI.EIl AND GARS. Attorneys for
Plaintiff, 4 S.W. 22nd Avenue, Miami,
Florida, on or before the 29th day of
June, 1953, else complaint, will be taken
as confessed.
Dated: May R. 1953.
E. I!. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court
Bv W.\l_ W. STOCKING.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
5/22 29 6/5-12
. -rlgi
1 l.-ading- In the office of the
"f the Circuit Court, on or be-
">e 13th day of July, 1953. If you
Judgment by default will
i.ik.n agalnit you for the relief
Iim'.v '".i" '"" Hill of Complaint.
I'. A.M. ORDERED at Miami,
"os 8th .lay of June. IMS,
' B. LEATHERMAN,
'"lerk. Circuit Court,
1 M.lo County, Florida
. y M C. GREEN.
I "mi Seal) Deputy Clerk
Uf-M 7/3
In to
Mlda,

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
iN'rvr,,... NAME LAW
r^OTic 1, ,s |||.:RKBy given that
ersigncd, desiring to engage In
ll-rrv-J""1'''" ,he fietltlous name of
N'T ,->-Nl> TEDDY'S RESTAIH-
ItenH """* !*w- *nd Ave-. Miami.
Jnty
I" register said name with the
he. Cwult Court of Dade
-..-,-, Horida.
I '"i'J'^RE A.
fift,*" 'wMtt.lt
12-11 2nd Av-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HJCREKY GIVEN Ujat
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FRANKELS EXQCISITE LINENS,
at 2525 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of tha Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida. ,,' '
IRVING FRAJCKEL
5/29 6/5-12-1S ________.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th. undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BISCAVNE RES I Al KANT, at 1 Col-
lins Avenue. Miami Heach. Intends to
register said name With the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
F1V'JOSEPH BAMOWITS, Sole Owner
LEONARD KAI.lSH
Attorney for owner
1001 Dul'ont Building
5/2 6/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engape In
business under the flctltlout name ol
HOUSTON CABINET SHOP, at 1352
N.W. 29th Street, Miami. Florida, in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
MARY E. HOISTON
CHARLES J. BODNER. ESQ.
Attorney for Houston Cabinet Shop
6/5-12-19-26
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 24,463
RE: ESTATE OF
LOUIS Minsk. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Executrix of the
estate oT LOUIS Minsk, deceased;
and that on the 2nd day Of July, 1953,
1 will apply to the Honorable County
Judges of Hade County, Florida, for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge a- Executrix of the
estate of U>rlS .MINSK, deceased.
This 2nd day of .Inn.-, Is.".::.
ABIIIK MINSK.
As Executrix of the estate of
LOUIS MINSK. Deceased.
MYERS, HEI.MAN X KAPLAN
All..111.-1 for Executrix
6/5-12-19-26
PAGE IS
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
8282K %" COUrrrT DADE
fU7:STATE0,?,IDA' Prba,e "
VETTA EHEI.STEIN, Deceased
lo all persons having claims or ,|e-
os against said estate: You are
otir:,.,i ,,,,,,,. vr mW (.li|lms
'.',;;.',"'".",""">' ""'" < '< ""'-.
within1 v'"" "us'-' -Mia""- "orlda.
witnin g calendar months from the
Vi'.'\" '-'. fl';r' "ub" //";, ,';V I"" sa""' wiM t barrel.
jo/S/EP8i1HliM1Ei,N8M,TH' ,:x-ulli*
Attorney for Executrix
i;".;|l,i,KM,| i;.,:.l. MiHm, nee, Ma_
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring; I(, engage In
butlneti under the flctltlout name
JO-PEL IIAIltSTYI.IST, al 21,17 B.W
,2 Avo-. -Miami, Inli.nd to rtclster
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court ..f Dad,- County, Florida
JOSEPHINE It MANILOKF
6/5-,2.,':2,i,N",: ""-":'<
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
^EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
*N,D FOR DAE COUNTY, FLOR
IDA. AT LAW. No. 28318-A
c,LTRONIC CORPORATION
OF AMERICA, a Florida
corporation. Plaintiff
vs.
UNITED STATES AIR
CONDITIONING CORPORATION,
a corporation, Defendant
AMENDED NOTICE BY
~ .... PUBLICATION
TO: L.MTED STATES AIR CON-
DITIONING CORPORATION
Como Avenue S.E. at 33rd
Minneapolis H. Minnesota
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a complaint for damages has boon
filed against you by COOLTRo.MC
CORPORATION OF AMERICA, a
Florida corporation, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your answer
or other responsive pleadings thereto
on plaintiff's attorneys, ROTH AND
FABER, 412 Congress Building, Mi-
ami, Florida, and file the original in
the off ice of the Clerk of the above
( ourt on or before the 22nd day of
June. 1953: otherwise a default will
oe entered against you.
Dated this 18th dav of May, 186]
E II. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: MM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
5,22-29 6/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
OLLIEMIL CORP., d/b/a SI'RREY
HoTBL. at Miarni. Florida, intends
to r. gister said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. __
OLLIEMIL CORP.
KASS & FULLER
Attorneys for OHIemll Corp.
5/22-29 .ti'5-12 _____[_
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t,> engage In
business under the fictitious nai......f
KEN LAST ,v- CO. (Not In. ), at \s-i:,
N.W. l.th Avenue, Miami .Florida,
intends :.. register said name with the
Cl.-rk of tbt Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
KENNETH M. I.A.ST
MYERS, HEI.MAN KAPLAN
Attorneyi for iwner
5/29 6'5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
AMERICAN PLASTIC CO.. at 2309
S.W. (2nd Avenue. Miami, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
F. BENJAMIN FELDMAN
5/29 6/5-12-19
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SKSXSP. JUD|CIAL CIRCUIT OF
%*&&&. 'N AND F0R *
vi w. v.' ,-N CHANCERY. No. 15937/
MARY LOl. CRAWFORD, Plaintiff
Vt.
JOHN henry CRAWFORD,
, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION"
TO: John HENRY CRAWFORD
Defendant, Address Ciiknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a complaint for divorce has beon
riled against you, and you ar.- ue-
qilircl to serve a COpy of your ana-
;\':,."" '.', Plalntlfrt attorney, rob.
i-.ni 11. TRAURIO, Bsqulre, lit Lin-
coln Road, Miami !:.., h, Florida, and
file the orlg;nal tOIWer in the off! -e
of the I lerk of the Circuit CoBrt on
or before the 6th dav of July, 18 |
Otherwise the allegations in sa, I com
plaint will be taken as confessed | .
Coi'MN;:!i.v',VKHN V..CRSELFA-.
Dated: May 28, 1953.
E. B. LBATHER21AK,
Clerk of the Circuit fcjurl
By: M. C. GREEN.
6/5eai2-19-26 De"U,y C'*rli
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ClfiCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 159W0
SADXE G. ROb'E, I-lalntlff.
vs.
JOSE GONZALEZ, also known as
JOSE GONZALEZ KODRluUEZ
and PRUDENCIA S. dcGONZALEZ,
his wife, and JEROME. ANAPOI.
doing business as DRUG CENTER,
Defendants.
SUIT FOR INJUNCTION AND
OTHER RELIEF
TO: JOSE GONZALEZ, also known as
JOSE GONZALEZ RODRKJIE/.,
and PRl'DENCIA S. daGf-N
ZALEZ, his wife
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Injunction and .Othei
Relief has been filed against you, arid
you are required to serve a cojiv of
your Answer or Pleading to the Bill
of Complaint on the plaintiff's At-
torneys. MYERS, HEI.MAN & KAP-
LAN, 650 Seybold Building, gflatnl,
Florida, and file the original Ansv r
or Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
6th day of July, 1953. If you fail to
do so, judgment by default will bo
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the Bill of Complaint.
This notlct shall be published 1
each week for four consecutive VetkH
In THE JEWISH FLORIIMAN.
AND ORDERED at Miami,
this 29th day of May, A.l>.
DONE
Florida,
1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court, .
I i.i.le Coflnty, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By -M. C. GREEN,
Deputy Clerk.
MYERS, HEI.MAN ,v KAPLAN
Attorneyi for Plaintiff
850 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida
li 5-13-19-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MIKES-FOOD CENTER, at 114S B W.
27th Ave., Miami, intends to register
said name with the ('lerk of the Cir-
cuit Curt of Dade County, Florida.
ROMAN PRESTUBA
STEPHEN F. KESSLER
Attornev for Applicant*
4 B.W. 22nd Ave.
5/29 6/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY aiVh.N that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
AVIRLIM JEWELERS, at 1631 Jeffei1-
son Avenue. Miami Beach. --lda
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida. ___
ROBERT GOLDBERG, sole owner
GEORGE J. TAL1ANOFF
Attorney for Applicant
8/8-U-18-24
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30339-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
ELIZABETH .Ml'RAR. Deceased
To All Creditors and All P< r oni Hav-
ing Claims or Damands Against Said
Estate:
Toil, and each, of you. are hereby
notified nnd required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, mnv have against th.
. itate of ELIZABETH MURAR, de-
. I late Of II. It County. Florida,
to the Honorablt County Judges of
Dad.- County, and file the same In
their offices In the County Courthouse
In Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the dale of the
first public-all-T hg'tof. Said calms
or demands t- Crtf U11 the legal ad-
rtress of ih- claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Date May 25. A.D. 19^3.
ISADOR FINE
MRS BLUE M K1NNEY
As Executors of the Last ill
and Testament of
ELIZABETH MURAR.
Deceased.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Estate of
Btiaaoeta Murar
t/l$ 8/5-12-11 '
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
butlnoat under the fictitious name of
AI.BoRN PLASTERERS, at 1801 S.W.
32nd, Avcnua, Miami. Intends to regis-
sald name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
AI.AN BOKNSTEIN
Sola Owner
MYERS. UE1MAN. & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
650 Seybold Bldg.
5/22-29 8/5-12
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 159781.
STEPHEN ARDITO, Plaintiff,
vs.
CARMAI.A ARDITO. Defendant.
TO: CARMAI.A ARDITO, Via I'or.a
Cam-so, Monte Calvari, #31,
Naples, Italy
You are required to serve a <";<>'
of your answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's
attorney, and to file the original ang-
wer in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before* the SUtli
day of June, A.D. 1953; otherwise, the
Bill of Complaint for Divorce, here-
tofore filed herein, will be taken as
confessed by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this '.ho
25th day of May. 1953.
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit CJourt,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
B) WM. W. STOCK IN ;
Deputy Clerk
Name and .Address of
Plaintiffs Sol cltor:
MILTo.N A. FRIEDMAN
1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida
5/29 6,5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ,
NAME LAW
NOTICE fa HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the flctlWous name of
CORONET MOTORS, ."LTD.. at 91C
11.-: Street, .Miami Beach, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
fhe Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. *
CORONET MOTORS. INC.
a Horida Corporation
THEODORE It. NELSo.N
Attorney for Applicant
One Lincoln Road Bldg.
Miami Beach, Fla.
5-22-29 6,5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PANELGLA8 COMPANY, at 1042 E.
2th Sireet. Hialeah, Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk oltli"
Circuit Court of Dade County. Fl*..la.
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
HARLEM CLOTHING (ENTER, at
1331-88 N.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami. In-
teno to register taM name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
Li IUIS REISMAN
ESTHER REISMAN
6 22-29 I, 5-12
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
Th* Jewish Floridlcm to-
Hdhi 70a Ugal nottcsa.
W oppcwderh* yof
patronag* and guarasv
* acenrat* senrrlo* at
Waal rats*. Phone 2-1141
tar mttstngtr rrlc*.
SEITLIN & COMPANY
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAQEt
PHONE 9-3836
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I* N. E. 2nd ST. MIAMI 32. FLA.
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