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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
lOLUME 27Number 25
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1953
'ormer Nazi Henchman
elcomed In Washington
Official Flies Here
rith Orders From
[onrad Adenauer
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
[ WASHINGTON Herbert Blan-
tnhorn, who was linked by the
istice Department with espionage
nil anti-Semitic propaganda activ-
les in the United States with Sec-
tary of the Nazi Embassy here
om 1938 to 1941, has returned
Washington to be greeted by
resident Eisenhower at the White
louse
Blankenhorn, now director of the
lolitical Department of the Bonn
loreign Office, flew here on the
bstructions of German Chancellor
[onrad Adenauer for secret talks
lith the President, Secretary of
hate Dulles and other leaders.
Congressional committees concern-
with subversives have raised no
luestion about Blankenhorn al-
hough his role as a Nazi subvers-
ive was established by the House
Committee on Un-American activ-
|ties in 1940. The Justice Depart-
h"iit in 1941 {(resented evidence
in Nazi espionage which showed
Slankenhom's involvement. But
pie Department permitted his re-
turn despite the strict anti-subvers-
|ve visa requirements of the Mc-
tarran-Walter Act.
The Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi
League, which opposes subversives
pf both right and left extremes,
nueried the State Department
Ibout Blankenhorn's Nazi back-
ground and his present political as-
cension. A policy of "non-interfer-
ence" with the Bonn Government
desired, the State Department
Replied. "I do not think that a de-
parture from this policy In the
present case would be desirable or
helpful," wrote Percy Laukhuff,
fccting director of the State Depart-
nent's Bureau of German Affairs.
For three years prior to Pearl
tartar. Blankenhorn worked at the
Nazi Embassy in Washington on es-
pionage undertakings and the
fspreading of hate propaganda
against Americans of Jewish faith.
PRICE: TEN CENTS
He collaborated closely with the
Nazi Bund and advised agitators on
how best to stir up anti-Semitism.
His role was exposed with the con-
viction by a US court of Manfred
Zapp and Guenther Tonn of the
Trans-Ocean News Service, a Nazi
propaganda organization.
Blenkenhorn's intimate affilia-
tions with Zapp and Tonn were es-
tablished by Justice Department
evidence and documents photo-
graphically reproduced in reports
of the House Committee on Un-
American activities. A letter sent
by Blankenhorn to Zapp, for ex-
ample, was written on Nazi Embas-
sy stationery and dated November
30, 1938. It directs Zapp to send
Nazi propaganda to a list of per-
sons recommended by the German
Consul in Montreal, including one
man identified as "local organizer
of the Nazi Party." The letter is
signed by Blankenhorn under the
words Heil Hitler.
Another letter includes a detail-
ed report from Zapp to Blanken-
horn on plans to send a native-born
anti-Semitic writer on an "indos-
trination" trip to Germany. These
letters and other evidence in FBI
files prove that Blankenhorn ex-
ploited his official position as Sec-
retary of the Nazi Embassy and
sought to overthrow the United
States Government by force and
violence. He also sought to bring
about the extermination of Amer-
ican Jewry, but Jewish organiza-
tions have so far failed to protest
Continued on Page 3 A
McCarthy Attacks Lehman;
Links Foe To Communists
WASHINGTON (JTA) Senator
Joseph R. McCarthy unleased a vio-
lent attack against Senator Her-
bert H. Lehman on the Senate floor
last week inferentially linking Sen-
ator Lehman with Communism.
McCarthy accused the New York
Senator of "illegal" use of the Con-
gressional free mailing privilege
because Senator Lehman had sent
out literature attacking McCarthy's
methods.
Shouting that Lehman was "one
of the wealthiest men in the Sen-
ate," McCarthy said: "I don't care
how many Lehmans or Tydings or
Daily Workers make attacks on
me." He added that Senator Leh-
Senator McCarthy
, attacks wealth
man criticized him because he re-
alized he was "damaging the Com-
munist cause." The Wisconsin Sen-
ator said Senator Lehman was
"well able to afford his own
smears."
Senator Lehman replied that Sen-
ator McCarthy was trying to "in-
timidate him. He said he had been
accused of doing something all
other Senators did legally. "I am
Dot easily intimidated," he declar-1
ed. "If he thinks he can intimidate
me by charges of his kind that are
wholly unsupported by facts, he
has completely failed in his ef-
forts."
Pointing out that "there is a
great threat to freedom through
the efforts to silence those who
oppose that group which would im-
pose complete conformity and orth-
odoxy," Senator Lehman stated: "I
shall continue to talk out and let
my views be known to as wide a
constituency as I can." He said he
was willing to make available to
the appropriate committee of the
Senate all information on his mail-
ing of literature if Senator Mc-
Carthy would do likewise.
Match Americanism
Later, Senator Lehman issued a
statement to the press emphasiz-
ing that Senator McCarthy cannot
intimidate him. "I hope that I can
help to keep him from intimidating
the American people." he added.
Seek To Explain 'Underlying
Intent' Of Near Eastern Report
Senator Lehman
... no intimidation
"The real issue is whether Senator
McCarthy can brow-beat those who
criticize his methods, who do not
agree with his shocking proced-
ures. I will match not only my hon-
esty but also my Americanism and
my record of public service against
Senator McCarthy and let the peo-
ple decide who is best serving their
public interest."
Senator Lehman is 75. For many
years he played a leading role in
national arid international humani-
tarian activities. In the exchange
in the Senate, his patriotism and
loyalty were praised by Senator
Wayne Morse who said it was a
"sad implication" that McCarthy
had intimated that Senator Lehman
had a "Communist taint."
Jordan's Ability
To Keep Order Is
I Put In Question
JERUSALEM (JTA) The Jor-
Idan Kingdom's ability to maintain
order along its frontier and prevent
incursions into Israel territory was
Placed in question this week as sev-
eral serious Arab attack* on Israel
I territory were mounted from be-
hind the Jordan border within
three days of the signature of a
Jordan-Israel pact designed to de-
crease border tension and combat
infiltration.
Jordan's sincerity in professing
* desire to control the border situ-
ation and reduce tension was also
Placed in question by the Arab Le-
sion's failure to prevent the raids. I Hussein
WASHINGTON (JTA)Clarifica-
tion of the "underlying intent" of
the speech by Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles on his trip to
the Middle East in which he touch-
ed on the Arab-Israel conflict was
given by the State Department to
Israel Ambassador Abba Eban this
week.
The Israel Ambassador, who
called on Assistant Secretary of
State Henry A. Byroade to convey
officially for the first time the
views of the Israel Government on
Mr. Dulles' speech, later told news-
papermen that these views con-
cerned practically every point
made by Secretary Dulles on Is-
rael-Arab relations.
Mr. Eban declared that he could
not say whether a statement was
pending from the Israel Govern-
ment but at least, he stated, it will
have full knowledge of the underly-
ing intent of the Dulles' speech.
The meeting was one of a series of
talks Mr. Eban is having with high
State Department officials. Pre-
viously, he met with Under Secre
tary of State Walter Bedell Smith
and also with Monnet Davis, Amer-
ican Ambassador to Israel, who is
now in Washington.
Egyptian Ambassador Ahmed
said this week after
Administration's new policy for the
Middle East but warned that this
policy must not result "in whitling
away United States aspirations for
the Middle East in a series of com-
promises of expediency with Arab
intransigence or fanaticism." He
spoke at a dinner in the Hotel
Commodore sponsored by the
American ORT Federation on be-
half of the United Jewish Appeal
of Greater New York.
Representative Javits, who heads
a House Foreign Affairs subcom-
mittee on oversas economic policy,
asserted that the new United
States program for the Middle East,
recently outlined by Secretary of
State Dulles on his return from a
tour of the area, "does not in any
way mean that the Administration
proposes to reduce its interest in,
or aid to, Israel."
Dr. Emanuel Neumann, member
of the Jewish Agency executive
and former ZOA president, report-
ed this week that "the people of
Israel are, on the whole, pro-
foundly pro-American in sympathy
but feel that is no reason why they
should be called upon to make un-
due concessions to hostile neigh-
bors whose friendship to America
and loyalty to the democratic world
are not so certain."
Dr. Naumann, who returned from
a lengthy stay in Israel, addressed
a special meeting of Zionist lead-
ers in New York City under the
chairmanship of Rabbi Irving Mil-
ler, president of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America. Asserting
that "Israel is ready to contribute
all it can toward peace and stabil-
ity in the Near East," he empha-
sized that "it cannot be expected to
make sacrifices affecting its sov-
ereignty, security or territorial in-
tegrity."
Rosenberg Is Named New
Federation Director Here
Benjamin B. Rosenberg, of New
York City, has been named execu-
tive director of the Greater Miami
- wnure u) prevail we riwu. nuci <----- ?!,. u rj,,ivn it was announc- lowing six years as uhwmm
special session of the Israel meeting with Mr. Byroade on tf* Jewh Federrtjon,* w"nnou ^ ^.^ ^ ^ ^.^
special session of the Israel meeting w.ui "'' ,.." _, 7-"-.; ra_, Weinkle Federa- Field Service lor me nsawn
Cabinet was convened immediate-' Dulles' radio ** *;!edJ^ffJ*; l JtS "place Council of Jewish Federations and
recently
helpful attitude to- ,"fter"l2 years of service to enter
"uici was convened immediate- uuun *' "----------rrv -- ____.-. wili reDlace Council 01 jewisn reuertuuna ..
ly after the third raid. After the roade had "a good W*^0" j<>" .fS^L resigned recently : Welfare Funds. In this capacity,
feting. Foreign Minister Moshe understanding o our Point of ; Morns Klass who lJ*g he supervised eight_ regional offic-
private enterprise. Dr. Rosenberg
Javits Wju take over the directors duties
Sharett met General William E.
Wley, United Nations truce chief, ward the Egyptian situation.
to discuss the situation. After the Congressman Jacob n-
to attack, the Israel Foreign Min-1 urged American Jews to give full on August 1st.
Contmoad ,, ,.,. JA I cooperation" to the Eisenhower Known nationally
as a social
Or. timtfim
. Ghanei principle
Einstein Sees Senate
Probes As Danger
To Basic Freedom
NEW YORK (JTA) Professor
Albert Einstein," who describes
himself as "an incorrigible non-
conformist," said last week that it
was the duty of American intel-
lectuals to follow the Gandhi prin-
ciple of non-cooperation with in-
vestigative committees and be pre-
pared to face personal ruin in the
interest of the cultural welfare of
organization their country.
The noted scientist's advice was
in the form of a letter to a New
York teacher facing dismissal be-
cause of his refusal to testify be-
fore the Senate Internal Security
Subcommittee. In his original let-
ter, Dr. Einstein said, however,
* that the intellectuals should not
the full range of problems faced Amendment, a statement that he
Continued on Page 2 A I Continued on Pago 11 A
worker, community
expert and campaigner, Dr. Rosen-
berg comes to Greater Miami fol-
lowing six years as director of


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FEDERATION (HRfCTflfl'iOSENBEBG ISlEWlir
Continued from Pago 1 A
by communities including cam-
paign organization and techniques,
"ijdgeting and planning of local
health and welfare services.
Prior to his position with the
council, he served-as executive
rirector of the Jewish Community
' ouncil of Dayton. Ohio, from 1944
to 1947, where he was responsible
:or carrying through the success-
ful merger of three local agencies
ar.d organizations of the Council.
Dr. Rosenberg received the Doc-
tor of Philosophy degree from the
Johns Hopkins University and the
AB and MA degrees from Ohio
State University. He is also a grad-
uate of the New York School of
Social Work at Columbia Univer-
-ity.
i- Dr. Rosenberg's background in
community work includes a three-
>ear period of service with the
New Jersey Federation of YM &
YWHA's as an associate executive
nirector. administration of group
work agencies and children's
camps and social research with the
3 .'aryland Youth Commission of the
iiockefeller Foundation. He was
a member of the faculty of Johns
Hopkins University from 1935 to
1938. and served as lecturer on so-
cial work and community organ-
ization at tthe University of Day-
ton, the New York School of So-
c ial Work and the Training Bureau
i r Jewish Communal Service
He is a member of Phi Beta Kap-
"j and has held important offices
!~. the American Association of So-
cial Work and the National Con-
: rence of Jewish Communal Serv-
ice.
As the executive director of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Rosenberg will be responsible for
:he annual Combined Jewish Ap-
peal in Bade County which raises
funds for 45 national agencies, in-
cluding the United Jewish Appeal
and six local agencies.
The director guides the devel-
opment of the total welfare pro-
gram in the Jewish community in
conjunction with those Jewish
agencies that carry out these pro-
grams." Weinkle said in making
the announcement "Through a
year around interpretive plan, the
Federation director stimulates an
understanding of community prob-
lems and channels the unified ef-
forts of individuals and organiza-
tions towards their solution.
During the last five years,
through su'-h nrofp^jonai "H.
The Grand National Prize Award for the best slogan promotion
work on See America First is beina presented to Louis Esloe
regional director of South Florida, by Jerry Johnson, public
-elation director. Presentation wa 'made to Johnson during
:he national convention at San Antonio, Texas, lor Esloe who
was unable to attend. Esloe is also vice president of the Hotel
oreeters of America Tropical Charter No. 19 of Florida and is
managing director oi the Beachcomber Apartments.
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ance. Dade County has been rais-
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eration represents over 70 Dade
County organizations, including
fraternal, service, veterans, relig-
ious and educational groups joined
together to develop more effective-
ly local welfare resources to meet
the needs of a growing commu-
nity.
Dr. Rosenberg is 44 years of age.
His wife. Mickey, and their two
sons. Robert. 12. and Paul. 6. will
join him shortly after he assumes
his new duties here.
Adult Social Group
Plans Play-Dance
The Adult Social Group of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center. Town Branch, announces a
play-dance to be held at the Com-
munity Center. 450 SW 16th Ave-
nue, on Saturday. June 20th. 8:30
p.m.
The play will be directed by Jay
P. Fox. of the Goodman School.
Chicago. Among those in the cast
are Willard Schlesinger, Ted Tay-
lor and Bob Goldner.
Those serving on the committee
are Harriet Fau, Sue Friedman.
Max Danton. Frank Kaplan and
Howard Margolis.
Israelite Center Picnic
The Israelite Center will hold a
picnic on Sunday. June 21st, 10
a.m.. at Crandon Park, Pit No. 2.
A motorcade will leave the Center
at 9 a.m., according to Mrs. Ben
Katz. chairman.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 2SS41-A
ESTATE OF
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE la herel.> Riven thai we
ir final report and petition
I ir..i] iHwhance aa Executor* of
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li:l>. 1953. wo will apply to the Hon-
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.l-nln. ol Dado County, Florida, for
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Open Third Season
The third season of the Univer-
sity of Miami Summer Symphony
Pop Concerts will open on Sun-
day evening, June 21st, 8 p.m., at
the Miami Beach Auditorium.
John Bitter will conduct the or-
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works will include Pietro Mascag-
ni's Intermezzo to Cavaleria Rus-
ticana, Nocholay Rimski-Korsakov's
Flight of the Bumble Bee and Em-
manuel Chabrier's Espagna Rhap-
sody.
Scheduled soloists are Barbara
Gibson, soprano, and Jorge Bolet,
pianist.
Miss Gibson wttl be heard in
Gaetano Donizetti's Mad Scene
from Lucia and in a vocal arrange-
ment of Johann Strauss' Beautiful
Blue Danube.
Mr. Bolet will perform Franz
Liszt's Concerto No. 1 in E-flat ma-
jor for Piano and Orchestra.
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FonwrlteriJIencliinaii lsrtetfln
Washington; FRes Here With Orders
Continued from Page 1 A
is return to Washington.
The Frankfurter Rundschau in
Is.ptprnbcr, 1951, published a scries
pf articTelTrhaking a detailed ex-
pose of the presence of Dr. Blan-
Kenborn nd. other Nazi diplomats i
IjnVhe Bonn Foreign Office. These
IdiplomaW were accused of playing
Ian active role in preparing Hitler's
Logression and planning the mass
|CxU'rrninatian of European Jewry.
Administration spokesmen have
[explained that they feel it neces-
[sary to renfllifarize Germany as a
"bulwark against Communism."
[But they have not explained how
I men like Blankenhorn can be trust-
led when the record shows how
[such Nazis engineered the Nazi-
JSoviet pact. Nor has anyone ex-
fplained how any other ex-Nazi can
1 be trusted by democratic forces
I when Manfred Zapp, Blankenhorn's
(collaborator in Washington, has
[now emerged as a West German
Communist leader. Zapp leads a
pro-Communist committee dedicat-
ed to the ideal of "German unity"
I under East German leadership.
A delegation of former Nazi mili-
I tary officers is on its way to Wash-
ington to meet with Defense De-
partment officials. The delegation
I is headed by Bonn Defense Minis-
ter Theodor Blank and General
| Adoil Hcusinger. Meanwhile, the
"state, of Bavaria, has closed down
awl dismantled an exhibit of Nazi
brutality at the site of the Dachau
concentration camp, without con-
sulting any of the Jewish, German,
or international organizations inter-
ested in the "memorial exhibition
which was entitled Never Again.
The German situation is further
complicated by State Department
efforts to get Germans to seek evi-
dence to show that Americans in
Germany are Communists. Drew
Pearson reported that Scott Mc-
Leod, new State Department secur-
ity ofiicwho "has been suspected
of working more for Senator Mc-
Carthy than Dulles," has launch-
ed such a reign of terror that in
Germany, German servants have
even been asked to spy on their
American employers. United States
diplomats, thereby causing some
Germans, who watched the rise of
Nazism, to comment that the Unit-
ed States is going Nazi. They re-
member that the man who purged
more Communists and security
risks than anyone else in history
was Adolf Hitler.
Joseph and Stewart Alsop, whose
column appears in scores of Re-
publican newspapers, indicated
similar alarm. They tell of an in-
terview with a German who par-
ticipated In the 1944 bomb plot
against Hitler. The German asked
the Alsops, "how are we to feel
when the de-Nazifiers Nazify them-
selves before our eyes?"
The Alsops said that "agents of
the American Government ask the
German servants of American offi-
cials to spy upon their masters.
Germans as well as Americans are
called for interrogationare even
bullied and threatenedto secure
evidence that America's represen-
tatives in Germany are men un-
worthy of their trust."
2oo#entists Hold JordditVAbilify To Maintain Order i
Mleach Taxpayers
Meet Today
The Miami Beach Taxpayers' As-
sociation will hold a six-point mem-
bership luncheon at noon Friday
at the Shelborne Hotel, it was an-
nounced early this week by presi-
dent P. J. Davis.
Two of the six points, described
by Davis as "of the utmost con-
cern" to the Beach community,
deal with the planned tax equal-
ization program now under study
by the Taxpayers' Committee on
taxes and research, headed by Ben-
jamin B. Goldstein, and added fact-
findings on the Beach Police De-
partment by the Civic Affairs Com-
mittee and chairman Simon E.
Rubin.
Two added discussions will high-
light the Taxpayers' recent bills in
the State Legislature and a report
by James H. Ruby on the home-
stead exemption cut suffered by
residents of 85th and 86th Streets.
Bahamas Meeting
A number of local dentists and
their wives from South Florida,
numbering nearly 200, will con-
verge on Nassau, Bahamas, for the
annual meeting of the Florida East
Coast Dental Society June 19th and
20th.
Although they are leading doc-
tors of dentistry with years of ex-
perience, the members attending
the convention will "go to school"
again in Nassau, as they do at all
their meetings, to keep abreast of
the latest and best dental proced-
ures. The main event will be a pro-
fessional address on new tech-
niques and dental materials by Dr.
W. Phillips, nationally recognized
authority from Indiana University.
Officers of the Society are Drs.
Leslie B. Bell, of West Palm Beach,
president; Jack B. Beckwith, of Mi-
ami, president-elect; Albert E. Ros-
enthal, of Miami, 1st vice presi-
dent; W. R. Edwards, of Fort Lau-
derdale, 2nd vice president; E.
Monroe Farber, of Delray Beach,
secretary treasurer; and J. E. Ed-
wards, of Coral Gables, immediate
past president.
In charge of the Nassau meeting
are Dr. Olin G. McKenzie of Miami,
program chairman; Dr. Robert L.
Kaplan, of Miami Beach, chairman
of arrangements; and Dr. Albert E.
Rosenthal, of Miami, attendance
and registration.
On Frontier Is Put In Question
Continued from Page 1 A
istry invited the British Ambassa-
dor and the American charge
d'affaires to call and receive a re-
port on the assault.
Held Responsible
All the attacks were immediate-
ly protested to the Jordan-Israel
Mixed Armistice Commission. One
attack took place on a village near
Lydda. One Israeli was murdered
in this assault and two homes de-
stroyed. The military attaches of
the Western Powers and the Turk-
ish Minister visited the scene of
the attack. Later, the Mixed Arm-
istice Commission, under chair-
manship of Colonel Bennett de Rid-
der, held Jordan responsible for
the assault and called on Jordan to
take immediate effective action to
halt violations of the armistice.
Another attack was made on the
village of Kfar Hess, in central Is-
rael near Jordan territory. One
Jewish woman was killed and her
husband wounded.
Other attacks included the kill-
ing of one man and the wounding
of three other persons in a Jeru-
salem suburb, an attempt to sa-
botage the Haifa-Tel Aviv railroad
and a raid on a farm near no-man's
land in the Latrun area in which a
woman was injured and her home
blasted.
Meanwhile, on Lake Kinereth,
an Israeli police boat was fired on
by Syrian troops on the eastern
shore on the Lake. No casualties
but a complaint was filed with
the Israel-Syrian Mixed Armistice
Commission.
Stevenson Says He
Understands Camp
Problems In Israel
TEL AVIV (JTA) Former Gov.
Adlai Stevenson said this week
during his visit in Israel that "after
visiting your immigrant camps and
your wonderful enterprises I will
return home with a better under-
standing of your problems and dif-
ficulties and will be able to explain
them to my people."
Mr. Stevenson made his remarks
at a reception in Tel Aviv tendered
by ZOA House and the Israel-Amer-
ican Friendship League. Mr. Ste-
venson expressed the hope that on
his next visit to Israel he would
find an Israel-Arab Friendship
League in existence in the Jewish
State.
Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett,
who was present at the reception,
stressed that it was an honor for
Israel to be able to welcome its dis-
tinguished guest, whom the For-
eign Mister called "a great son of
the greatest democratic nation in
the world."
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By LEO MINDLIN
<-i*UrrW Yo%v He Opposes Wealth
Wisconsin's Senator Joe McCarthy tangled
with a man who is his infinite superior in
political intelligence when he launched an at-
tack on the Senate floor last week against Her-
bert Lehman, of New York. Unfortunately. Mc-
Cdrthy appeared to get the better of the elder
statesman. Youth and physical endurance are
cij his side; Senator Lehman, on the other hand,
is 75. and it is no secret that his ability to en-
gage in sustained activity of any sort has been
ijpidly waning.
But McCarthy had an even greater advan-
lage in his favor. He is currently the symbol of
American moral indignation, the spearhead of
- igilenco seeking to protect our nation from
subversive Communism, the guardian of this
country's spiritual heritage which he and his
k besmirch with hysterical warnings that it
can not, on its own merit, stand before the on-
Sjaught of an amoral political and social
-deology.
McCarthy was outraged by Senator Leh-
man's attack against his irresponsible methods
cf inguiry and, trading on the equally irrespon-
sible passions of his followers, resorted to the
insidious tactics of the bigot when he came
back with a nasty bit of implied racism. He
said that the New York Senator was the richest
m in the Congressional Upper House. All
c: this, of course, had nothinq to do with the
.ssue at hand and placed Lehman in a defen-
s.ve position.
Were the elder statesman more vigorous, he
could have impaled Senator McCarthy on the
:ack of his own device. The Wisconsin Red
hunter knows no rule of decency in his activi-
ties. With the flourish of sweeping statements,
he is willing to destroy the reputation and
career of any person under his scrutiny. This
was the method of his attack against Senator
Lehman whom he charged with being linked to
the Communists.
Senator Lehman's sin was in pointing up his
colleague's unwholesome investigating tech-
nique. With additional energies, he could have
cmplified on the dangers of McCarthyism as
a challenge to fundamental American free-
doms. But Senator Lehman at least spoke out
against the Wisconsin legislator's inquisitorial
techniques, and this is. indeed, a brave thing in
cur ume.
THE AMERICAN COUNCIL FOR JUDAISM uT
more vocal these days. This is a strange turn of L C.min aaf
fact that it has failed to achieve one of its ?or nh" "* 2
anti-Zionist, the council was dedicated to ThT^^ ArH
V b*"TJewln *ie An brael, according K" ** W\
affirm the Jew's national aspirations and place h J leadws with that of .11 other people belonging* t^XaV-^3
group. This flew in the face of the council^ ?! Iiy ^u*
Judaism is a religious credo not to be confused w,th ^ ^"Zi
pulses and that the establishment of a state based ?ationali'e
would create untold difficulties for those Jews wh" WUh ,r subjects of nthpr enwrnn.nl. a wn0 are ritii.r^
subjects of other governments.
citizen,
The American Council for Judaism ha* ii:i ,
Such fortune is felt less by Jews residing in the worM- "**
r.cies than by those who each day escape the turnSii ^ **
European and Near Ruii>rn vi,___-H .. mrmoil of dbmsbJ
European and Near Eastern existence and
Israel and new found freedom.
of warning and prophecy of
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"NO IMPARTIALITY TO BE SHOWN "Dulles
The Oil Main Boils Over
Progress Against Bias
Coming up for arraignment today are six
rr.en indicted for perjury by a Federal Grand
Jury investigating terrorism and bombings in
Florida. The order to surrender was issued last
June 3rd. The men were charged with lyinq
under oath when they denied to the qrand jury
trot they were members of the Ku Klux Han.
There has been continued activity on this
matter of vandalism and murder since the
swift series of events between September and
December. 1951. which saw the desecration
end attempted bombinqs of a number of syn-
cgogues and churches in the Miami area, as
well as the death of an NAACP Negro official
in Mims. Florida, following the detonation of
several sticks of dynamite in his home
This continued course of investigation taken
ty the grand jury here was culminated by
positive steps resulting in the present indict-
ments which indicate a definite determination
to apprehend the culprits. It is noteworthy
that progress is beina made. Many of the
charges pertaining to KKK activity appear to
relate only indirectly to Miami's terroristic in-
cidents. But the arraignment today will serve
as a warning that attacks aqainst Houses of
Worship and the brutal murder of colored per.
sons are no longer tolerated.
Decency is common to all faiths and to all
mankind. Challenqing one religion or one race
in the name of the mythical superiority of an-
other must come to be as outmoded as a Model
Ford. If our human philosophy were as pro-
gressive aa our ambitious technology, we
would be infinitely more respectable expres-
s:ons of God's design. We feel certain that the
investigation here is a step in the direction of
such progress.
George Armstrong. Texas cattle and oil mag-
nate, is at it again. Head of the Texas Educa-
tion Association, he has been urging that the
ballot be limited to White Americans. Other
of his pet projects include the deportation of
all immigrants here since World War I, as well
as the prosecution of a number of prominent
US Jews on the ground that they an traitors.
Armstrong employs the best possible coer-
cive measure, money, to attain his end. TEA
funds are granted colleges and universities
that promise to preach his ideals. It is gratify-
ing to note that he has not been particularly
successful with his hate campaign. While
most institutions of higher learning are choked
with the need for funds, they have been spurn-
ing Armstrong's offer.
Piedmont College last week demanded the
removal of its president James E. Walter, after
he accepted a $500 a month grant from the
Texas Education Aseociation. The Demorest,
Georgia, school has followed the principle of
true democracy in making the choice between
the "grant" and intellectual freedom.
The South appears to have scored again in
its drive toward outrooting prejudice and
bigotry.
Farben Pays Off
The recent court decision in Germany to up-
hold the claim of Norbert Wollheim against the
IG-Farben chemical trust may open up new
vistas of indemnity for former victims of the
Nazi Third Reich.
Wollheim, who now resides in New York
City, sued Farben for back wages which he
claimed for work in the company's slave labor
factory. The fact that the German court ruled
in his favor and that a higher court now hear-
ing Farben's appeal is reported ready to un-
derwrite the original decision prepares the
ground for subsequent suits.
But an interesting sidelight to the matter was
Farben s defense. The company insisted that
it had no alternative but to go along with the
Nazi slave labor system. Even if this is true
it seems that Farben officials entered into the
spirit of the system with great gusto. The chem-
ical trust's personally operated concentration
camps are among the most horrifyinq examples
of German atrocity sites still in existence
Not even the German courts found it leas-1
ible to swallow Farben's defense. Their rapid
ruling in favor of Wollheim may be the result
ofthe last remnants of German post war em-
barrassment. No one is deluded about the
new Germany's" love for Jews, but at least
many victims stand to gain by this decision
existence and who reach Z T"*
n- Still, ,he council con.iVe^H
"* "-; v^vaecy or doom on the basis of vi"r ,, hon
and insists that American Jewry, at least, must have *! ilk&<*'\
to do with this "devilish" state endangering V In IDg Wha,*
full fledged citizenship here. This sort'of Ko^.Sfr '
er. and those who adhere to the confused beliefs ?,f th? Wly""
ought, in full justice, be given the opportunity of miti0?niau,.l
position. But they should not delude the unawarethe? u *
create a smoke screen of intellectual dishonesty t,v nZffl* M
they are the spokesmen for all Jews. Pretending Out |
The fact is that the National Council for Judaic currPB i I
membership of some 15.000 persons, and this number can7 iH
be considered an accurate representation of American lewi h "* I
Unfortunately, however, the organization's influence" 51?* i
must be exposed by virtue of the methods it cm tl^
position seem generally acceptable. These method ,re 1?^
they are double-edged knives that cut two ways ,,'" "*
Israel's fragile safety on an international basis and h, re e a?^
weapon to the American anti-Semite for further bigotedI actS,<\
i .k,! AME"ICAN COUNCIL FOR JUDAISM OPERATES accortk.
to the theory that >t is engaged in a crusade against Jew" 3S
tan while espousing an exclusively "religious' interpretation S
sh life. But this is a confused and contradictory approach fc2
the meaning of words and avoids the experience of history if^J
stand clearly the council's attitude, one must also understand andM.
willing to accept its definitions of Jewish religion and statehood, tw
organization obviously considers them opposing in nature, refusal
believe that they can exist as a simultaneous ruling principal^,
society The fact remains that the Jews, before the common eraZ
in what is now partially Israel under a government led by the it
of prophetic revelation.
The rebirth of a Jewish homeland is the inevitable fulfillmenti
the Jew s nationalistic impulse arising out of former history But b
hazardous experiences as a non-acceptable exile during the put 1M
years and more particularly during the past two decades eoastitaki
one of the major causes for this rebirth. Without them, he would net
in most likelihood, have mustered the collective effort nectswv u
regain control of that particular geographic territory which the won.
was generally unwilling to give him. He would not have been BMttaW
by any feelings of injustice directed against him or by any moral
dignation; he would not. indeed, have felt the need for self govenunea
based on Biblical tradition much as American Jewry does not feel the
need for individual political identification on religious grounds.
The American Council's feeling is that this rebirth must nab
questionable the citizenship in other lands of non Israeli Jews. So*
a feeling does not take into account these important motivations tan.
on bitter historical experience that led to the establishment of the
Jewish State. Thus, while denying that Judaism is in any seme i
nationality or a race or a culture, it inadvertently affirms tail IT
all these things with the added iauendo that they are dangerous eh*
actenstics.
This leads credence to the mistaken notion that "all Jews an
alike," and it amplifies rather than diminishes the dangers in ue
charge of "dual allegiance." One of the fundamental rights belong*
to mankind, however fantastic it may seem in a time obsessed by at
Carran Acts and border disputes, is that of free emigration Thus .
one of the essential principles upon which the State of brae! ri
rently operates. That American Jews actively support such a principal
in the name of the physical safety of their co-religionists does not*' j
all mean that they hold in low regard allegiances here.
I HAVE DELIBERATELY AVOIOBD EMOTIONAL references eat-
have employed only American Council for Judaism terminology in at1
effort to demonstrate that its leadership disregards very important aal-
basic human impulses while magnifying its own pathological tint**
The arbitrary and impossible distinction between Judaism and culture
protests too loudly the council's belief that US Jewry seeks no in*
vidual political identification other than American when such proteat
are hardly necessary.
One of the anti-Semites principal arguments is that Jewish loyal-
ties are divided and that in the event of conflict the Jew allies hina'
with some mysterious belief known as "internationalism. Ibis **
the case with Hitler who used the term "international Jew" A reeaS
Soviet charge was that of "international Zionist" since repudiated hr
Moscow but still strongly supported among Arab League circles fr
amples of this abound in our own country, as well. California Senator
Jack Tenney. who has never seen fit fully to repudiate the friendship
of Gerald L. K. Smith, recently circulated a 92-page report in Congress
on American Jewish individuals and organizations whose allegiances
are not to be trusted. These largely represent examples of the bigot*
employment of sociological con fusions to foster his own ends. _^ -
The American Council for Judaism plays into the hands of saa
machinations. Its leadership has consistently resorted to the mo*
dangerous methods as a means of demonstrating its belief*. P^1"
the Republican and Democratic Party National Conventions in Cniea|
last year, council members lobbied against platform planks on aid aw
friendship to Israel and shamelessly allied themselves with notonoustf
vicious anti-Semites who came there to ply their trade.
On an international level, the council is currently endorsing .a*-
retary of Slate John Foster Dulles' word for word report regarding W
recent Near Eastern fact finding tour without bothering to point e
any of its inequities. Such practices are obviously dangerous not aw
because they are based on erroneous preconceptions but because tw
seem to speak for American Jewry at large. If the council wl'J^
honestly and publicly admit to its organizational limitations, respflflsr
Me leadership here should continue to make them clear.
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kBAYrJUNE 19, 1953 Jfenisfl Jibrflfedfi jgH, ijU
ylvia Chinio Weds Mayor Shapiro
o*

lorothy Oshlag
teds Phil Wcinstein
|Tho marriage of Miss Dorothy
ttina Oshlag, daughter of Dr. and
Hyman Lieber, Memphis and
larri Beach, to Philip Weinstein,
son at Dr. and Mrs. Philip
leinstein, 1516 SW 12th Street,
fami, took place on June 16th,
Temple Israel, Memphis.
iThe Heverend James A. Wax
krformed the ceremony. A re-
lation followed in the Parkview
otel.
IThe bride wore a gown of pale
|ue chantilly lace designed with
1 scoop neck, cap sleeves and a
buffant skirt. Her tulle veil was
taped from a matching lace cap.
(Miss Frances Ellen Oshlag was
fcr sister's only attendant, and Dr.
feinstein was best man for his
In
I Out of town guests included Dr.
d Mrs. Weinstein. Mr. and Mrs.
Nagel, Jr., Dr. Ida Oshlag and
arold Oshlag.
| The couple will reside at 4949
brest Park Avenue, St. .Louis.
jissouri, after a wedding trip to
ke Gulf of Mexico.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Shalom
Chinio, Tel Aviv. A student of six
languages and a physiotherapist,
the vivacious "First Lady of Miami
Beach" bore arms on the field of
battle during Israels War of Lib-
eration.
Shortly after she came to Amer-
ica some two years ago as a stu-
dent of methods to combat polio,
the former Miss Chinio met Mayor
Shapiro at an Israel Bond rally
during which he was guest speak-
er. Their romance dates from that
time.
As a member of the Israel Army
but a few years ago, the bride then
wore khaki shorts, shirt and army
boots, with a, bandolier swung
across her chest, a knife on one
side, a pistol on the other and a
machine gun in both hands. Before
that, when the British White Paper
banned immigration to Palestine,
newlywed Mrs. Shapiro was a mem-
ber of the underground which met
refugee ships in isolated places, un-
loaded the hope-filled exiles from
Europe and the Near East and dis-
tributed them among families al-
ready settled in the Holy Land.
Educated in Israeli schools, she
took special courses in anatomy
and physiotherapy at the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem. She is a
member of a family which was
driven from Spain during the In-.
Mrs. Philip Wtintftin
Linicks To Reside
In California
The former Marlene Planick was
married here to James Milford
David Linick at Temple Beth Shol-
om on May 26th, with Rabbi Leon
Kronish officiating.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs.
Minna Planick, 1542 Drexel Ave-

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quisition and through the centur-! For ner wedding day. the brides
ies worked its way to Palestine Sown was in sharp contrast to her
nue, Miami Beach. Mr. Linick is through Italy. Greece and Turkey. former army garb. She chose a
f no tf\r nf Mr nnA \fr<- Unptmr* __ ..... t ;n:n n..L:___ _r __t_; __
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Linick, 4416 Nautilus Drive.
Arthur Lehman, of New York,
uncle of the bride, gave her in mar-
riage. Attendants at the double
ring ceremony included Mrs. Bur-
ton Loebl and Jack Baker.
Newlywed Mrs. Linick is a grad-
uate of Miami Beach High School
and has been a professional dancer.
Mr. Linick attended the Universi-
ties of New Mexico and California
and is an engineer.
Now on an extended wedding
Mrs. Harold Shaoiro
(Phi'k Mad in I'h'.:
from Wisconsin. During his seven
years as a Miami Beach attorney,
he has been active in numerous
Her medical training was augment- L'"'e Rubin original of white re- civic, philanthropic and religious
ed on the battlefield in 1948, when embroidered Italian lace torso top causes. During the June 2nd elec-
she helped pick up the wounded. and cuffs witn a delicately beaded tion. he ran first in a field of 16
________________________________ neckline. The bouffant skirt had candidates vying for four vacancies
' several layers of fine silk net over | on the City Council. He is the son
pale pink taffeta. She wore a se- of Mrs. Fannie Shapiro. Milwaukee,
quined Juliet cap with flowing il-' and received his law degree from
lusion veil. Marquette University there.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Sam-. A reception followed the cere-
uel Sampson, with Mr. Sampson, mony Sunday evening at the Sher-
Cleveland Road, acting as best man.
Miss Ruth Brotman was soloist.
Mayor Shapiro, a resident here
since his discharge from service
Betrothal Is Blessed
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dickson, of
Miami, and Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Kuss-
ner. Coral Gables, attended serv-
ices last Friday night at Temple
Beth El, West Palm Beach, where
the engagement of Miss Joy Dick-
ry Frontenac Hotel. The couple
postponed their honeymoon to Mil-
waukee and California until after
t Wednesday's regular City Council
Mrs. Jamas linick
trip, the couple will reside in Cali-'son and Conrad Kussner was bless- with the Navy in Key West during | meeting. They will be back on Mi-
fornia. I ed by Rabbi Philip Weinberg. ; World War II, originally comes ami Beach July 1st.

PERSONALLY SPEAKING
Fred and Tillie Sandier enter-
Mined friends and relatives on
heir lawn last May 31st, in cele
ration of their 28th wedding an
biversary. Rabbi Max Shapiro of-
ficiated. At the same time, they
innounced the engagement of their
daughter, Myrna Lea, to Ralph Fis-
|tel. son of Mrs. Beatrice Fistel, Mi-
imi Beaeh.
*r ir it
Slated to spend a month in the
Vhite Mountains of New England
re Mrs. Frieda Markowitz and her
|daughter, Francine, of 837 North
^enetian Way. They'll go to the
Lake Tarleton Club at Pike, New
|Hampshire.
_ Jt it it
Faye L. Tupler is now at home
Iat 6071 North Bay Road, Miami
IBeach.
it it it
. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob De Koven, of
12000 Liberty Avenue, Miami Beach,
I arc leaving for their summer home
in Michigan City, Indiana. They
will return here for the High Holi-
| days in September.
* *
Off to Teaneck, New Jersey, to
visit their children are Mr. and
Mrs. George Cohen, of 6810 Byron
Avenue, Miami Beach. They plan
jo spend July and August in At-
lantic City and will return here in
^Ptember.
* *
Miss Irene Kestenbaum, of 1780
7th Street, recently left by
Plane for a month's tour through
"exico. On her itinerary are Mex-
* City. Acapulco, Xochimilco,
^uernavaca. Taxco, Teo Yucatan
and Oxaca.
Mr. and Mrs. David H. Reiser, of
2136 SW 5th Street. Miami, cele-
brated their 58th wedding anniver-
sary last week. They were mar-
ried on June 9, 1895 in Philadel-
phia and came here from Cleve-
land in 1945. One of their three
sons, Jesse, of Miami, helped the
Reisers mark their anniversary.
ir ir *
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Honig, of 2530
SW 16th Street, Miami, are enter-
taining as house guests their
daughter and granddaughter, Mrs.
Warren J. Sussin and Linda, of
Kingston, New York, who plan to
stay here for one month.
it it ir
Patricia (Pat) H. Olsen, daughter
of Mrs. Gene G. Olsen, 23 SW 21st
Avenue, received the AB de-
gree during commencement exer-
cises Friday at the University
of Michigan. Mrs. Olsen flew
to Ann Arbor to attend the gradu-
ation. Her sister and brother-in-
law. Mr. and Mrs. Don Kory. of
Detroit, were also present. Both
attended Miami Senior High
School and graduated from the Uni-
versity of Miami in 1950.
it it it
Judie Goldberg, daughter of Mrs.'
Ina Goldberg, 1764 SW 17th Street,
returned home last week from the
University of Georgia, where she
completed her freshman year.
Judie was elected Sweetheart of
Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity there and
is the first holder of that title in
the chapter's history. Miss Inga
KaU, of Columbus, Georgia, a Sig-
ma Delta Tau Sorority sister, is
Judie's houseguest.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jonas have
just returned from Atlanta, Geor-
gia, where they attended the grad-
uation of their son, S. Stanley Jon-
as, from Emory Medical School.
The graduation took place on Sat-
urday, June 6th. Also attending
from Miami Beach were Mr. and
Mrs. Royal Flagg Jonas, brother
and sister-in-law of the graduate.
Dr. Jonas and his family will re-
main in Atlanta, where he will in-
tern at the Lawson General Hos-
pital.
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Chaplain and Mrs. Samuel Jaffe,
of Fort Knox, Kentucky, are here
lor a one-week stay with Mrs. Jaf-
fe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ruby
Golin, of 511 16th Street, Miami
Beach.
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Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle left;
last week on the He de France for j
Ostende, Belguim, where Mr. Wein-
kle will attend a super market con-!
vention. With them is their!
daughter, Ernice. who just gradu-
ated from Miami Beach High
School.
ir it it
Mr. and Mrs. Al Snyder, of 2300
SW 19th Street, Miami, are vaca-
tioning at Duncraggan Inn, Hender-
sonville. North Carolina.
ir ir it
Miss Anyuta Melicov and her
mother, Rebecca Melicov, of 800;
10th Street, Miami Beach, are at I
the President Madison Hotel. They I
plan to leave for New York and;
Woodstock early in July. Miss Mel-1
icov is pianist at the Music and
Art Colony there.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack H. Mandeleil.
of Cincinnati, who winter on Mi-
ami Beach at 1995 Calais Drive, are
among guests at Duncraggan Inn,
Hendersonville, North Carolina.
ir ir ir
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mindlin are
now residing at their new home,
440 Marmore Avenue, Coral Gables.
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Dr. and Mrs. Lee Goldberg, of
6120 Pinetree Drive, announce the
birth of their son, Jonathan Scott,
at Mount Sinai Hospital on June
7th. Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Goldberg, of 6034-Indian
Creek Drive, Miami Beach, and Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Greene, Brooklyn.
New York.
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Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintzer, of
1510 SW 25th Avenue, have mov-
ed to the Prince Michael Hotel for
the summer.
ii ii ii
Dr. Joseph R. Narot, spiritual
leader of Temple Israel, is attend-
ing the Convention of the Center
Conference of American Rabbis in
Estes Park, Colorado.
it ii it
J. H. KaU, of 2239 SW 21st
Street, has returned home after an
extended visit in Johannesburg,
South Africa.
it it it
Mrs. Sam Schachno, 755 Alton
Road, Miami Beach, is leaving for
New York to take a course in cere-
bral palsy therapy at Brooklyn Col-
lege. She will be joined there by
her husband to board the Queen
Elizabeth for a tour of Europe and
Israel on July 15th.
Mrs. Anna R. Berow. of 260 Euc-
1 lid Avenue, Miami Beach, is off to
j Hot Springs, Arkansas, for her sum-
mer vacation. Her trip will also
I include stops in Detroit and New
I York, where Mrs. Berow intends to
! visit friends and relatives. She will
', return here for the High Holidays.
ir ir ir
Mrs. William Loeb, of 1937 Mer-
idian Avenue, Miami Beach, has
returned from a trip to South
America on the SS Uruguay.
ir ir ir
Mrs. I. Rand, mother of Dr. Har-
old Rand. 1630 SW 17th Terrace,
left Monday for a trip to Hawaii,
where she will visit her daughter
: and son-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Saul
JRiesenberg. Dr. Riesenberg is As-
sistant Professor of Anthropology
, at the University of Hawaii and
was recently appointed Trust Of-
ficer of Ponape Island by the Unit-
ed States Government. On her re-
iturn. Mrs. Rand will visit her
daughter, Harriet, who was recent-
ly married to Captain Victor Dem-
brow. They are stationed at Good-
fellow Field, Texas.
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Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sandier left
for the north with their daughter,
| Carol Jean, to visit another daugh-
ter, Carlotte, at Norfolk, Virginia.
j They will also stop at Jersey City,
New Jersey, to spend some tur.e
with Mr. Sandler's parents. On
IJune 24th, they expect to attend
[the Presidents' Club of the Metro-
politan Life Insurance Company at
| Virginia Beach, where Mr. Sandier
will receive special commendation
i for having led his agency for the
eighth consecutive year. .


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FRIDAY. JUNE 19. 1953
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Lois Marilvn Weds
Sanford Hildebrandt
On June 7th. at the Delmonico
Hotel. Miami Beach, Lois Marilyn,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sydney
Jacobson, 1849 Crespi Boulevard,
became the bride of Sanford Hil-
debrandt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
jamin Hildebrandt. 1325 Meridian
Avenue. Rabbi Morris A. Skop of-
ficiated.
Jerry Hildebrandt was best man
for his brother. Mrs. Saul Neufeld.
of Brooklyn. New York, was matron
of honor. Judith Neufeld. niece of
the groom, was flower girl.
The bride selected a gown of
white imported chantilly lace, with
long sleeves coming to a wrist
point. Queen Ann stand up collar
and a tight bodice full bouffant
skirt extending into a cathedral
train
Her fingertip illusion veil was
attached to a crown of lace trim-
med with seed pearls. She carried
orchids on a Bible.
The only piece of jewelry the
bride wore was a strand of pearls
given to her as a gift of the groom.
Mrs Jacobson selected a gown
of beige lace with irridescent bead
work and wore an orchid corsage.
Mrs Hildebrandt chose a gown of
neptune irridescent colored chiffon
with an orchid corsage.
The bride and groom attended j MisS S()Ilta,r W'ctls
Miami Beach High School and were !
graduated from the Whitefield I)l\ HjWTY kailf 111011
School The couple had their first \ ,n garden nmm a, the
date during eighth grade at junior home of Dr and ^ Lf0 Gross.
Mrs. S.mtord H./aVfcr.-Wf
high school.
man. Miami Beach, on June 13th
^!er.*.di"""-atn-_e .De',T.ni! > rrancine Abigail Sontag.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Son
tag. Kew Gardens. New York, be-
. came the bride of Dr. Harry Kauf
home at .02 84th Street. Miami ma(v son of Mr and Mr$ Davjd
Hotel, the couple flew to Havana
and Veradera Beach for their hon-
eymoon Thev will make their
Beach
Among those attending the wed- Ir;.lng LehrmM"officiated^
ding were Mrs Elsie Hess, the
bride's maternal grandmother Mi-
ami Beach: Mr and Mrs Saul Neu
feld. of Brooklyn, the groom"s sis-
ter and brother-in-law: and Mis-
Kaufman. Chicago. Illinois. Rabbi
Best man was Dr. Leo Grossman.
Mrs. Arthur Snyder. sister of the
bride, was matron of honor.
The bride selected a blue silk
Molly Hildebrandt. of Newark. New chi[fon baHenna-length gown with
Jersey, the grooms aunt
, matching bonnet and carried and
i old fashioned bouquet of spring
flowers.
Newlywed Mrs. Kaufman receiv-
ed the AB degree in Education at
Queens College. New York. She
is a member of Phi Delta Zeta
Sorority and Keyne House. She
took graduate work toward the
Masters degree at the City College
of New York.
Dr. Kaufman received the MD
degree at the University of Illinois
Medical School, interned at Cook
County Hospital in Chicago and
was residence at Marine Hospital.
Staten Island. He is a Fellow of
the American Academy of Pediat-
rics and Licenciate of the Ameri-
can Board of Pediatrics. He serv-
i ed overseas as a captain in the
I'nited States Army.
After a dinner and reception,
the couple flew to Mexico for an
extended honeymoon They will
make their permanent residence in
Miami Beach.
Miss Uhn I. Umlkim
KalkinsTellOf
Ellen Eve's Betrothal
Mr and Mrs. Jack Kalkin. 2440
j SW 23rd Street, announce the en-
, gagement of their daughter, Ellen
i Eve, to Harvey Philip Amster. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Amster,
290 SW 72nd Avenue.
The bride-elect graduated from
Miami High School and attended
the University of Miami. She is a
! member of Sharet Chapter. B'nai
; B'rith.
Her fiance also graduated from
Miami High School and attended
. the University of Miami. He is a
i member of the Pioneer Riding
< Club
Miss Wilck Weds
In Garden Setting
In a garden setting at her home
on June 14th, Miss Joan Dorothy
Wilck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H.
J Karl Wilck, 1200 SW 23rd Court.
Miami, became the bride of Theo-
| dore David Schwartzman. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry N. Schwartz-
man. 1210 Douglas Road. Coral
.Gables. Rabbi Irving Lehrman of-
f iciated.
Usher was Sidney Wilck Miss
.Elaine Schwartzman acted as
I bridesmaid, with Miss Janet Brin,
maid of honor. Best man was Er-
'win B. Frenkil.
The bride selected a white lace
, ballerina-length gown with illusion
,neckline outlined in irridescent
seed pearls and matching lace
gauntlets. Her fingertip illusion
veil was attached to a tiara of seed
pearls and rhinestone. She carried
orchids on a Bible.
Newlywed Mrs. Schwartzman was
graduated from Miami eoior High
School, attended George Washing-
ton University and the University
of Miami.
Mr. Schwartzman was graduated
j from the United States Merchant
Marine Academy, Kings Point. New
; York, and attended the University
{of Miami. He recently returned af-
ter spending two years in active
service as a Lieutenant Junior
Grade in the United States Navy.
After a reception, the couple left
by car for New York and Canada.
They will make their residence at
2ft Almeria Avemse, Coral Gables.
aws. TaeacWe D. Scawsrhaai
Photo bj Artaal
Abbr)-Starr
Arlyne Weinberg
Plans Kail Kites
An early Fall wedding is being
planned by Miss Arlyne Weinberg.
Miami, and William Roberts Mar-
tin. Stamford, Connecticut
Their engagement is announced
by the bride-elect's parents Mr.
and Mrs. Morris W. Weinberg.
2264 SW 2nd Street. Miami
Miss Weinberg attended Miami
Senior High School, the University
of Miami and Syracuse University
Her fiance, a veteran of the Kor-
ean War. is the son of Mrs Sydney
R Martin. Stamford, and the late
Mr. Martin. He was graduated
from Stamford High School and at-
tended James Millikin University.
Father's Day Program
Slated For WMIE
A special Father's Day program
J will be featured on Simon Seii* n's
{Jewish Forum oi the Air. Sunday,
June 21st. 10:30 am. over station
; WMIE.
A teen age panel on the subject.
! Do Modern Fathers Spend
Enough Time With Their Children.
I will be narrated by David Rabino-
witz with participating fathers and
children. Joseph Schreibman. rau-
isic director of the Miami Beach
: Jewish Center, will present his own
composition on the piano.
Five-year-old radio star Ricky
will also deliver Father's Day
greetings
Kutims Honeymoon In Great Smokies
Working together on the build-
ing campaign of the Tifereth Israel
Northside Jewish Center. Mrs. Es-
telle Bayer, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Herman W. Lefcourt. 8612
PERSONALLY SPEAKING
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kurman are
vacationing in New York City at
the Park Sheraton Hotel
Cr Mr. and Mrs. William Click are
off t the North for their summer
vacation. ^t anj
Mr. and Mrs. Max R. Silver are
vacationing in New York City.
Marine Corps League
Has State Con rsntion
The Department of Florida. Mar
jine Corps League and Auxiliary.
; will hold its annual state con ven
'1ion on June 27th and 28th. at the
' McAllister Hotel.
Saturday morning. members
from visitmc leagues will be es-
corted on a guided tour of the
Marine Corps Air Station.
Collins Avenue, and Herman W.
Kutun. son of Mrs. Rebecca Kutun.
437 NW 82nd Terrace, met and
decided to get married.
The couple exchanged vows Sun-
day at the Center, with Dr. Joseph
Narot officiating. The bride's
father gave her in marriage. She
wore embroidered orchid organdy
with full skirt and shawl collar and
carried an orchid on a prayer book,
also wearing a small orchid hat
trimmed with silk birds and a nose
veiL
Her mother, in beige lace dress,
lace hat and white orchids, was
matron of honor. Niece of the
bridegroom. Lois Kutun, was flow-
er girl.
Henry Hochfelsen was best man.
Ushers included Jack Berke. presi-
dent of the Center. William Alt
man. Max Grant and George Weiss
baum, all members of the Board.
Cantor Albert ClanU was soloist,
and Mrs. Rose Robin, organist.
After a trip to the Great Smok-
ies, the couple will be at home at
480 NE 82nd Terrace, which the
groom built
Mn. Otnid A. feftisabr
Miss Nussman Wc
Blush Pink Lace
Miss Sondra Nu-nuwand
Alan Schindler werauitnet
riage at B'nai Abraham
in East on. Pennsylvania1
day. y
The bride was givfift mil
by her mother. Mrs, *k
man. 2310 SW 11th Street
brother. Herbert SlieistW4M
ter of the late Mr Nussstta"^
Blush pink lace was the gam
chose, with neckline anA^
sleeves scalloped and embro
by seed pearls and
skirt ending in a slight *
lace crown held her fi
She Wore lace mitts and c
white orchid on a Bible.
Mrs. Herbert Nussman JfJ
sister-in-law's matron or"h"5
with Miss Sonya Wolpert. of r
lipsburg. New Jersey, a cousin. a*
ing as maid of honor.
Bridal attendants were
Leonard Conn. Easton: **
bert Carle. Phillipsourg;
Mitchell Nusman. Boston^
Carole Upton. Easton
Cohn. of Easton. was j
maid, with Carolee Xussm*.
Boston. acting as flower girl
Best man was Eugene L
ditch, of Easton Seatin?
were Leonard Cohn and-W*
itx, of Easton. Carole and N
Lany and Jeffrey Carle r
ior ushers, and Randy 0
ring bearer
Following a trip te ""fCT1
couple will reside in l***^
bride graduated from IfuuwjJ
School and atlendedV4&Tf
of Miami Jr:
The groom, son "r**r "^
Samuel Schultzber|.
served 20 month* m **^
is now attending LafayeW
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Tooley-Myron
Weisman Gets
On Birthday
n;>afiement ring from her
i on her 21st birthday was
Ella May Weisman's special
|Her betrothal to Daniel
nan was announced at the
her sister, Mrs. Augusta
|rg. 3239 NW 24th Street
bride-elect is the daughter
and Mrs. Joseph Kleinman,
JW 29th Avenue. Mr. Gross-
thc son of Mr. and Mrs.
krossman, 355 Meridian Ave-
liami Beach. He is associat-
Fiorida Physicians' Supply.
couple will be married at
dsh Cultural Center on Aug-
Huth Hcrtzman
Marries Rabbi
Miss Ruth Louise Hertzman be-
came the bride of Rabbi Michael
A. Robinson on June 4th, at the
Hebrew Union College in Cincin-
nati, Ohio.
The former University of Miami
and Miami Art School student is
the daughter of Mrs. Jack L. Hertz-
man, Cincinnati and Miami Beach.
Rabbi Robinson is the son of Dr.
and Mrs. S. Robinson, Ashevillei
North Carolina. He attended Ashe-
ville-Biltmore and North Carolina
State College.
Rabbi Robinson graduated from
the University of Cincinnati and
was ordained at Hebrew Union Col-
lege.
He is now serving at Temple De
Hirsch in Seattle, Washington,
where the couple will live.
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Israel Here To Stay:
LONDON (JTA> Former Gover-
nor Adlai Stevenson, winding up a
six-day visit in Egypt, spoke some
blunt truths at a press conference
in Cairo last week and gave the
Arabs some advice they found un-
palatable.
The Democratic standard-bearer
told a press conference in the
Egyptian capital that "Israel is
here to stayand so are the Arab
States." He advised that "Israel
and the Arab States should come
to some arrangements on their
problems pending a settlement."
In Bagdad, however, Iraqui
Premier Jamil el Madfai asserted
that "I can assure you that the
Iraq Government has not negotiat-
ed anything with Israel before and
will never do so in the future. In
fact, no one in a responsible posi-
tion among the Iraqui people even
thinks of negotiating anything with
Israel."
Meanwhile, United Nations and
Israel officials hopefully waited the
Adlai Stevenson
outcome of agreement by the King-
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meetings by local commanders to
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Miss Betsy Ann Hess was mar-
ried to Dr. Robert Leon Kaplan
Thursday at the Westview Country
Club with Dr. Jofteph R. Narot of-
ficiating.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred Hess, 358 NE 104th
Street. Her father gave her in mar-
riage. She chose a waltz-length
gown of white chantilly lace and
nylon tulle. Her flowers were a
cascade of white orchids and steph-
anotis.
Her only attendant was Miss
Nancy Russack atttired in blue or-
gandy over taffeta. Her flowers
were pink carnations and rosebuds.
Seymour Kaplan was best man
for his brother. Dr. J. E. Carmona
and Dr. Hyman Merlin served as
ushers. Soloists were Miss Frances
Tarboux, pianist, and Flora Prcvin.
A reception followed the cere-
mony in the patio of the club. Af-
ter a trip to Jamaica and Nassau,
the couple will reside at 8630 By-
ron Avenue, Miami Beach.
Mrs. Anita B Kingan, of Boston,
the bride's godmother, was among
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Doris Hyman Exchanges Vows With
Lawrence Sperling In Rites On Beach
Doris Louise Hyman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Hyman
275 West 33rd Street, Miami Beach, became the bride Sunday of Law
rence W. Sperling, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sperling. Brooklyn
New York, in a single ring ceremony at the Sherry Frontenac Hotel
Dr. Joseph R. Narot, spiritual leader of Temple Israel, officiated in the
hotel's Palm Room.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attired in a floor-
length white organza gown with a
bertha of lace embroidered by se-
quins and pearls. Her veil of il-
lusion net was attached to a white
satin crown studded with pearls
and rhincstones. She carried a
white satin Bible topped by an or
chid and stephanotis.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Leslie
from the University of Michigan
School of Architecture and Design.
Her sorority is Sigma Delta Tau.
Mr. Sperling attended James
Madison High School. Brooklyn,
and is also graduating from the
University of Michigan in June. He
is a member of Phi Sigma Delta
Fraternity. Phi Eta Sigma Fresh-
jman Honorary and Pi Sigma Polit-
ical Science Honorary. At present
in the Air Force ROTC. he will
enter the University of Michigan
School of Law in September.
The bride and groom are both
being graduated from the Univer-
sity on the same day as their wed-
ding.
A reception and dinner followed
the ceremony at the Sherry Fron-
tenac Out-of-town guests, in ad-
dition to the groom's parents and
brother. Stuart, included Mr. Ted
Hyman. brother of the bride. Ral-
eigh. North Carolina; Miss Johan-J
na Bourne, of New York and form-'}
erly of Miami Beach; Mr. Herman
Fox. of Greeleyville, South Caro-
lina; Mrs. Beatrice Harris, of Win-
ston Salem. North Carolina; Mr.
David Klein, of Cleveland. Ohio;
and Mr. Mcrvyn Manning, of De-
troit. Michigan.
Mrs. lawreac* Sperli
1 '.. l>iy r-ix.tn
T Bukstel. sister of the bride, at-
tired in a white embroidered or-
gandy gown over a blue taffeta
cocktail-length skirt and augment-
ed by a blue taffeta sash and a
cascade of pink carnations.
Other attendants included Tom
Hyman, twin brother of the bride.
in charge of the guest book; Lee
Harrison Bukstel. nephew of the
bride, ring bearer; and Ted and
Tom Hyman. brothers of the bride.
and Dr. Bukstel. brother-in-law of
the bride, ushers. Soloist was Mrs.
Leslie T. Bukstel. sister of the
bride.
Newfewed Mrs. Sperling is a
graduate of Miami Beach High
School and graduated this month
Mrs. Mart** I. Blm
Mrs. frtitrkk t. Tortr
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Carol Ann, Jessica Beverly Pepper
Wed In Double Ceremony Sunday
Wedding bells rang for two sisters Sunday at the Roney Plaza
Hotel. Miss Jessica Beverly Pepper and Miss Carol Ann Pepper were {he is a member of Alpha
The bridegroom attended!
al Farragut Naval Acadeej
Petersburg. Miami BeaiJ
School and the University <
ida. At the University of]
School and is a graduate of the
University of Miami, holding the
BBA degree. His fraternity is Pi j Alabama;
Lambda Phi. Mr. Turner has just'Pennsylvania; Mr. and Mn
received a rating of 2nd Lieutenant' Margoe and daughter,
Mis* Liana Newman, of Long
Island. New York, flew in for
the weekend to be with her
fiance. Jerry Kotimsky. who is
stationed with the Navy at
Key West They were enter-
tained by Mr. Kothnsky's un-
cle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Katims. The couple
will wed at the Brooklyn Jew-
ish Center in September.
Photo by Artmnrt
Wieners Honeymoon
| In Smoky Mountains
On June 12th. at the Delano Ho-
tel. Miami Beach. Miss Helene Rus
kin. daughter of Mrs. Fannie Rus
kin. Brooklyn. New York, and the
late Max Rusk in became the bride
of Marvin I. Wiener, son of Mr.
and Mrs Herman Wiener, also of
Brooklyn. Rabbi Joseph Narot of-
ficiated.
Best man was Al Wiener Edith
Appelbaum acted as maid of honor.
The bride was given in marriage
by her uncle. Mr Dan Ruskin. of
Miami Beach. She selected a bal-
lerina-length gown of white em-
broidered organdy over delicate
blue taffeta with a shrug packet.
Her shoulder-length illusion veil
was attached to a bonnet of match-
ing organdy. She carried orchids
on a Bible.
Newlywed Mrs. Wiener was grad-
uated from Erasmus Hall High
School. Brooklyn, and the Univer-
sity of Miami, where she received
|the Bachelor of Education degree.
Mr. Wiener received the BBA
J degree at the University of Miami.
. He is a member of Pi Lambda Phi
] Fraternity and Alpha Phi Omega
i Service Fraternity.
The couple will motor to North
Carolina where they will honey-
moon in the Great Smoky Moun-
tains. They will reside in Atlanta.
Georgia, where Mr. Wiener is sta-
tioned with the US Army.
married in double ring ceremonies with Rabbis Max Shapiro and Joseph
Narot officiating.
Daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Pepper. 1600 SW 18th Avenue.
Jessica and Carol are graduates of Miami Senior High School, where
they belonged to Tau Alpha
Omega. Jessica also attended the
University of Miami and pledged
Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority.
Frederick Erwin Turner, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis R. Turner, Tal-
lahassee, saw his bride, Carol, walk
down the aisle on a white satin
cloth. Jessica and her bridegroom,
Norton Bruce Bloom, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Bloom. 40 SW 30th
Road, Miami, exchanged vows on
a blue satin aisle cloth.
Matron of honor for newlyweds
Mr. and Mrs. Turner was Gloria
Turner, the bride's sister-in-law.
Sandra Bloom was bridesmaid, with
Gloria Pepper acting as junior
bridesmaid. Other attendants in-
cluded Carole Mondress and Nancy
Pepper, the bride's cousin.
Leak R. Turner was best man
for his sen. The bridegroom was
,atoo attended by Melvin Turner,
his brother. Ben Horn, Arthur Pep-
! per, Marshall Pepper, Norman Kon-
Iner, Norman Schneider and Steph-
en Turner.
He was a student at Leon High
Pi Fraternity and the I
A reception for the twi
followed at the
Among out-of-town guess |
Mr. Cy Kronfeld, New Y*'
Leonard Pepper. Tallakasstcf
Herbert Luria HI,
Mr. William
Mr. and Mrs Henry PeppsJ
tona Beach; Mr. and Mai
Dubbin, Palm Beach.
Mr. and Mrs Jack Kurt!
Ben Pepper, Mr. and Mru
in the United States Air Force.
Maid of honor for Mr. and Mrs.
Norton Bloom was Miss Sandra
Bloom, the groom's sister. Other
attendants included the Misses .
Nancy Jane Pepper, the bride's j Bubis and Mr and **'fl
cousin, Carole Mondress and Glor-; Freid, all of Palm BeaAj
ia Pepper, the bride's sister. Also attending were Kj
Mr. Ben Bloom was best man for Mrs. Sam Myers, Mr. ui\
his son, with the groom's brother,' man Myers, Messrs. *T
Sidney Alan, Jr.. acting as ring Frank Myers and Hi. ad |
bearer. Other attendants included
Norman Schneider, the groom's
cousin. Norman Konner. Marshall. Mrs. Bloom went to M*"^
honeyaeec J
Pepper, the bride's cousin, and Ar-
thur Pepper, also (he bride's cous-
in. ,
Dannis
Following the r*eWM
three-week
Mrs. Turner art
England states.
.loan Kaufman Weds
In Candlelight Kites
Mr. and Mrs. Murray H. Kauf-
man, of 977 West 48th Street. Mi-
ami Beach, announce the marriage
of their daughter. Joan, to Morton
Trilling, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Trilling. 4455 Adams Avenue, on
Sunday at the Shelborne Hotel.
Rabbi Leon Kronish officiated at
the candlelight ceremony. The
bride is a graduate of Woodmere
Academy. Long Island. New York,
and attended the University of Mi-
ami. Mr. Trilling graduated from
Franklin and Marshall in Pennsyl-
vania and is in business in Coral
GaMes
Out-of-town guests at the cere
mony included Mrs. Ida Nelkin
New York City, the bride's ma-
ternal grandmother; Miss Sid Trill-
ing. New York City, aunt of the
groom; and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin
Trilling, Lancaster. Pennsylvania,
brother and sister-in-law of the
groom.
Following their honeymoon
cruise on the Caribbean, the couple
will reside on Miami Beach.
r
Ail i
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wikhyk. of 41 SW 16* *J,j
celebrate their 50th wedding anniversaryon j ^
noon. June 21st at an open house cocktail *>""' ^
lister Post on SW 27th Avenue and 16th Street ^
came to the United States on their ^oaeymQO?(^1,\m
Great Neck. Long Island, until November, iw* ^ t
moved to Miami. They have two children, w
bams, of 1534 SW 4th Street Mknni. and oup'
Great Neck. They abx> have sis grandentfare*
Dean Wilchyk. Great Neck; Marvin. Miami, w
Park Forrest. Illinois; Toni Jo. Great Neck, an
Miami. Two great grandchildren include Jan ana


Miitfuaries
JAMIN OABRISk LANDAU
Hawthorne -AY9., nurfslde,
physician, died Wednesday.
of th.' American Medical
had moved to Surf aide
Ago In 1935. He was a Mi-
; ninnber of FVnal B'rtth. A
Mrs. Kdlth L,. L'lttl, of Chl-
Mves hlni.
ANNIE HURWICH
' s\V 19th Ave., died June
came here five years ago
ford, Conn., and la aurvlved
shaud, Morris Hurwlch; two
j and Itenjaraln; a daughter,
IIii,- coldbaiSi three brothers:
and five grandchildren. Bar.
plai.- In Hertford, with local
entH by Gordon Funeral
SHIRLEY CHAMBERS
&7 S1V Third St., died June
i.i,iir. Ala. Services took
Bay In OordOB'i Miami Chap-
tuilal In Mount Nebo Ceme-
j Chamber* came here 14
from 1'hlladelphia. b'urvlv-
J liei husband, Sf t. Gerald
L. Rationed at the West J'alm
I ,,i. I- llase; daughter, Val-
son, Ernest Harley; par-
and Mrs. Ellis P. Verdon,
[ SAMUEL SINGER
i.l (inner, of 747 Washlng-
Mi.imi Heach, died Satur-
been a Miami Ilench res-
. VMM. He Is survived by
[ Jtanltatte, and a daughter.
ile Moskowlts of Miami
lsidy was sent to New
and burial by Klver-
iil Reach chapel.
Temple Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
T.U Tm0ry, of the Iate ^se
Temple, formerly of 1759 SW 21st
Street will take place Sunday,
June 21st. 12 noon, at Mt. Sinai
Memorial Park Cemetery, with Rab-
bi S. T. Swirsky and Rabbi Morris
Skop officiating. Arrangements
are in charge of Palmer's Miami
Monument Company. Friends and
relatives are asked to attend
Singer Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Benja-
min Singer, formerly of 805 8th
Street. Miami Beach, will take
place Sunday, June 21st. 12 noon
at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff officiating. Mr.
singer is survived by his wife
Sophie, and son, Murray, a daugh-
ter. Mrs. Libby Echiff. also one
grandchild, all of Miami Beach. Ar-
rangements are in charge of Palm-
er's Miami Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
LCKIE ELLENSTEIN
no Ave., i'oral Gables, pass-
lay Survived by 3
Raye, Martha, of Coral
,il Eva, >: Chicago. Ke-
J. CMI ifO for aerv-
f; :it by Beach Menior-
E6THER ROTH
ent of Miami, was killed in
jcldenl about 11 miles north
svllle, M.C., on June sth.
was a former Phlladelphian.
JHARRY MAROER
|10 Byron Avenue, died on
A resilient here for the
prears, i.. is survived by hie
three brothers and two
mains were sent to New
s and Interment
liaiul Beach Hlverslde.
Mrs. Ginsburg Succumbs
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg,
of Miami Beach, have returned
from Chicago. Illinois, after attend-
ing the funeral of Mr. Ginsburg's
mother, Mrs. Samuel Ginsburg, who
passed away suddenly. Interment
took place on June 9th, with bur-
ial in Chicago.
[1SEPH WEINSTOCK
tailor, UlIO Bay ltoad, Mi-
p!' died Monday. He came
mi,- City 10 years ago. Sur-
his wife, Mrs. Fannie Weln-
sons and a daughter. Heach
Chapel sent the body to
City.
LEXANDER BERQER
Collins Ave.. Miami Beach,
slay In n loval hospital. Mr.
i.ii.il with the automobile
Surviving are his wife.
.in.I two sons. Stanton and
[Riverside Miami Beach Fun-
Be sent the body to I'hlln-
kir .-ei v ices and burial.
IMAX GREENBERa
01 Collins Avenue, died on
He was the owner and oper-
|i.' Bancroft Hotel. A resident
Ithe past 15 years, he la aur-
his wife, Kdlth: two sons,
Abe; and one daughter,
nnett. He was a member
aid of Directors of the Mi-
ch Jewish Center, H'nal
onlsi organisation of Amer-
ew Academy and the Jewish
the Aged. Services were on
at the Miami Reach River-
Rabbi Irving Uehrman of-
Tnterment waa on Mount
itery.
To Attend Convention
Rabbi Samuel S. Lerer, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholem, Hol-
lywood, will attend the 53rd an-
nual convention of the Rabbinical
Assembly of America, the national
association of 500 conservative Rab-
bis, according to Dr. Ira Eisenstein,
president. The convention will be
held at the Hotel Breakers, Atlan-
tic City, New Jersey, from June
22nd through 25th. Rabbis from
every section of this nation and
Canada, as well as many members
now serving as chaplains in the US
Armed Forces, will attend the
forthcoming sessions.
MORRIS HAHN
73. of 1915 Normandy Drive, died on
June Sth. A resident here for the
past 11 years, he Is survived by his
wife, GUHsle, one son, ilernnrd: and
two daughters, Mrs. Muriel Meyers
and Mrs. Jeannette I.- win Remains
were sent to New York City for serv-
ices and Ipterment by the Miami
Beach Riverside.
MORRIS DAVIS
76. of 4213 Sheridan Ave.. Miami
Beach, died Sunday. A retired auto-
mobile mechanic, he came here 15
years ago from New York, b'urvivors
include two sons, Irving, of Miami,
and Abe, of New York; two daughters,
Mrs. Gertrude Kotkin, of Miami, and
Mrs. Pauline Levy, of Miami Beach,
and nine grandchildren. Services
were held Sunday In Gordon Miami
Chapel with burial In Mt. Nebo Ceme-
tery.________________________^^
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lordan Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Jacob
Jordan, formerly of 9172 Froude
isms s1,rfside'Miami Beae.
will take place Sunday, June 21st,
Pa'rt nm\at Mt Sinai Memorial
Park Cemetery, with Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff officiating. Mr. Jordan
is survived by his wife, Fannie, a
daughter, Mrs. Beatrice Dreisen, al-
so one grandchild. Arrangements
are in charge of Palmer's Miami
Monument Company. Friends and
relatives are asked to attend.
Weinstock Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Helen
weinstock, formerly of 7 NW 80th
Terrace, will take place Sunday
June 24st, at Mt. Sinai Memorial
Park Cemetery, with Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff officiating. Mrs. Wein-
stock is survived by her husband,
William, two sons, Nathan and The-
odore, also three daughters, includ-
ing Mrs. Sylvia Hecht, Mrs. Tessie
Rollnick and Mrs. Henrietta Bash,
all of Miami Beach, also one broth-
er and one sister. Arrangements
are in charge of Palmer's Miami
Monument Company. Friends and
relatives are asked to attend.
Waitzman Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the Isvj Herman
Waitzman, formerly of 6212 SW
24th Street, will take place Sun-
day, June 21st, 11:30 a.m., at Mt.
Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery
with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating.
Mr. Waitzman is survived by his
wife, Shirley; his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Jacob, a son, Alan,
two daughters, Janis and Diane,
also three sisters. Arrangements
are in charge of Palmer's Miami
Monument Company. Friends and
relatives are asked to attend.
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Cole Unveiling
The dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late John J.
Cole, formerly of 802 West 43rd
Court, Miami Beach, will take place
Sunday, June 21st, 11:30 a.m., at
Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi
Leon Kronish officiating. Mr. Cole
is survived by his wife, Mrs. John
J. Cole, one son, Alan, two broth-
ers and two sisters. Arrangements
are in charge of Thurmond Monu-
ment Company. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend.
Bernstein Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Myles
(Mickey) Bernstein, 14, formerly of
521 SW 60th Court, will take place
Sunday, June 21st, 10:30 a.m., at
Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi
Max Shapiro officiating. Mickey is
survived by his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Bernstein, one brother,
Alan, and one sister, Linda. Ar-
rangements are in charge of Thur-
mond Monument Company. Friends
and relatives are asked to attend.
Giller Unveiling
The unveiling of a monument to
the memory of the late Paul El-
liott Giller, formerly of 1220 Penn-
sylvania Avenue, will take place
on Sunday, June 28th, 11 a.m., at
Mount Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi
Irving Lehrman officiating. Mr.
Giller was killed in an auto-train
accident in Tel Aviv, Israel, on
May 4, 1952, at the age of 31. Dur-
ing World War II. he served as a
tail gunner in a bomber operating
in the Pacific Theater and was at-
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work and pioneering. He was also
head of the Giller Contracting
Company, Limited, in Tel Aviv.
Survivors include his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Giller, a brother,
Marshall, and a sister, Mrs. Isaac
Fryd, all of Miami Beach. Ar-
rangements are in charge of Palm-
er's Miami Monument Company.
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+Jewlstincrk*air)
M Attend
Hebrew Academy
Graduation
More than 600 people were pres-
ent at the second graduation exer-
cises of the Hebrew Academy last
week in the Hibiscus Lodge audi-
torium.
Guest speaker was Irvin W. Katz,
principal of Miami Beach Senior
High School, who said that many
Academy graduates had already
achieved high scholastic honors at
Beach High.
Mayor Harold Shapiro, of Miami
Beach, praised the Hebrew Acad-
emy "as one of the greatest educa-
tional forces in our community.
An Academy education", he said,
is basic to the development of a
well-adjusted and harmonious per-
sonality in our American-Jewish
community."
Special awards were given to Ef-
rom Mescheloff, Talmud; Joseph
Lauer, Science; Herman Shapiro,
Oratory-; Edwin Ginsburg. Service;
Harry Friedman. Character and
Human Relations; Lester Brickman,
Essay and Journalism: Miriam Gili.
Citizenship; and Phyllis Katz,
Scholarship.
Annual Americanism Awards
presented by the Miami Beach Elks
Lodge were awarded by Maurice
Klein, chairman, to Seymour Spol-
ter and Helen Herz. sixth grade
pupils, winners of the essay con-
test. What Democracy Means To
U
The 60-voice Hebrew Academy
Chorus presented the cantata.
What Is Torah.
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FRIDAY.
JUNE]
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal 6f the Hebrew Academy,
is shown above presenting the Essay and Journalism Medal,
on behalf of The Jewish Floridian. to Lester Brickman, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brickman. of Miami Beach, at the recent
commencement exercises of the second graduation class of
the Hebrew Academy. ____________^^^
I lowarUKuju; fti- .,
M+tzvan Saiuraay
Mr. and Mrs. Jack H. Kane, of
3150 SW 5th Street, Miami, an-
nounce the Bar Mitzvah of their
son, Howard, on Saturday, June
20th, at Beth David Congregation.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate.
The Bar Mitzvah attends Shenan-
doah Junior High School, where
he is in the eighth grade. He has
been a student at Beth David Re-
ligious School for the past three
I years and will continue his He-
brew courses there.
A reception will be held in his
honor on Sunday evening, 8 p.m.,
at the Empress Hotel, Miami
Beach. Among out-of-town guests
will be his uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. Phlneas Solomon, Chicago, Il-
linois.
*
\
North Shore Women
Slate New Officers
Mn Louis Cohen is new presi-
dent of the North Shore Jewish
ter Sisterhood
ithcr officers include the Mes-
damea Lester Lasky. Allan Acker.
Robert Block and Herman Stern.
vice presidents; Sam Rosenthal.
rcr; Frank Briskman. record-
| -icretary; Nathaniel Glickman.
rre-ponding secretary; Louis
Mendlesohn. financial secretary;
Harry I.auitz. social secretary; Abe
Selicoff, chaplain; Charles Raab.
parliamentarian: and Harry Loeb,
historian.
Trustees are Mrs Melvin Altman
and Mrs Jack Klinger Board mem-'
bers include the Mesdames Mayer
Abramowitz. Dora Berger, David
Brown, Sol Cohen, Morris Dolling
er, Joseph Feldman. Ezra Feingold.
Roy Goldstein. William Greenside.
Milton Kirshberg. Edward Klein.
Lillian Korson. Ralph Leiberman.
Sidney Lyons.
The Mesdames Maxwell Marks.
Murray Mattis. Alexander Miller.
Jay Neross. Jack Pritt, Abe Rosen-
thai. Joseph Schneider, Jules Slan-
sky. Freida Solomon. Morris Starr.
Leo Steinman. Sol Weiss, Leonard
Zigman and Irving Solomon.
Walter A. Apfelbaum, 22. son
of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Apfel-
baum. 1411 SW 16th Streel,
was graduated Magna Cum
Laude from Harvard Univer-
sity Law School this month.
He was an editor of the Har-
vard Law Review. He is a
graudate of the University of
Florida, where he was a
member of Phi Beta Kappa,
national honorary scholastic
fraternity, and the Florida
Blue Key Society. He was
also a member of the Debat-
ing Team there.
North Dade Card Party
North Dade Jewish Center will
i sponsor a luncheon and card party
I at 13630 West Dixie Highway on
I Wednesday, July 1st, 12:30 p.m.
j The committee in charge of ar-
| rangements includes the Mesdames
I Freida Blank. Lee Epstein, Gladys
; Rudolf and Marty Schuman.
iiolden Agers
Summer Program
The Golden Age Friendship Club
of the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center, Town Branch, will
have a Father's Day celebration on
Sunday, June 21st. at 2:30 p.m.
Taking part as guest speaker will
be Rabbi Max Shapiro, of Beth
David.
Mrs. Minnie Rubinstein, program
chairman, has announced a sum-
mer program for the club. Includ-
ed in the program, which will be
held every Thursday evening at 8
p.m., on the outdoor patio of the
Center, will be square and ball-
room dancing, movies and enter-
tainment.
The annual picnic will be held
on Sunday, July 5th, at Crandon
Park. Buses will leave the Com-
munity Center at 9 a.m., and a
program of swimming, games,
dancing and refreshments has been
planned. Ticket chairman for this
affair is Mr. Sol Laskey.
Shown above (left) is Mrs. Louis Cohen, president of the North
Shore Jewish Center Sisterhood. She was installed at a recent
Sisterhood affair by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz (center), spir-
itual leader. Mrs. Joseph Feldman. in charge of the installa-
tion and a Board member, looks on.
0
ldlWV m. Usffe
Leslie Twins Win
Beach High Honors
At the recent elections held in
Miami Beach High School, the twin
sons of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Leslie,
3114 Prairie Avenue, won twin
honors.
Rodney was elected by the stu-
dent body to serve as president of
the Student Council. Johnny was
elected by incoming seniors to
serve as president of the Senior
Class.
Rodney left Wednesday for Port-
land. Oregon, to represent Beach
High at the National Conference
of Student Councils which is being
held there through June 18th. He
will lead one of the 15 discussion
groups on the Aims And Purposes
Of Student Council
From Portland, he is going to
Denver, Colorado, to meet with the
Miami Beach High Debating Team
and will attend the National Foren-
sic Convention there.
I feller
Kmanuel Geller Bar
Mitzvah Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Geller,
714 Lakeview Drive, announce the
Bar Mitzvah of their son, Emanuel,
on Saturday, June 20th, at Young
Israel Synagogue.
Emanuel attended the North
Beach Elementary' School and
graduated in June. He will enter
Nautilus Junior High School in the
Fall. He was a student at Temple
Beth Sholom Religious School.
A reception will be held in his
honor on Sunday, 2 p.m., at the
Sorrento Hotel.
m.
M
Jerry Askowitz j
Mitzvah At Hialj
Jerry Norman, too n\
Mrs. Al Askowitz, Ui<
Street, Hialeah, will be*.
Mitzvah on Saturday w
the Hialeah Miami Sprinril
Community Center, i
Reverend Leo Heim, _
leader, will officiate it M
service.
The Bar Mitzvah attesft|
leah Junior High School J
is a member of the Sail
He is also a student at I
Religious School and
accreditation exaaiiiti
Bureau of Jewish |
A reception will i
mony. Out-of WW[
elude Mrs L. Atlei
mother, Detroit. Michjaaj
Ackerman. Pearl Rhrar,J
Mr. and Mrs. L. AskowittJ
ville. Ohio. Mr. and Mn|
Askowitz. Memphis, Ta
and Mr. and Mrs. C.
Oregon.
Letter To Editor]
Written Into
Mori Frcmon, execs
of the Woman Of The W
ciation here, this week1)
word from United Statin
George Smathers that her|
the editor of the Miass I
pertaining to Flag Day a]
14th, has been written i
Congressional Record.
"This will enable I
people to read it and!
its contents," Senator
wrote.
The letter, which w|
in the June 13th ediual
Marion Rubinstein
Joins Public
Relations Firm
Announcement was made here
last week by Dick Stern, of Dick
Stern Associates, Inc., industrial
public relations, promotion and ad- Herald and read on foe
vertising firm, of the appointment
of Miss Marion Rubinstein as ac-
count executive.
"With Miss Rubinstein here, we
will be able to extend our services
to include house organ editing and
publication and national magazine
and newspaper public relations in
which she has had considerable ex-
perience," Stern said.
radio programs June
sited that Flag Day,;
Day, Independence Da*/]
every day. it is aa
privilege to be a d
glorious nation and HI
and sing."
New Bowling Team
The Miami Chapter,
Five national awards, three for'. Brith Women is to
the best house organ on a national
basis and two for the best year
around program of public relations
have been received by Miss Rubin-
stein for her work.
These national awards presented
by the National Social Workers
Publicity Council and the National
Council of Welfare Funds and Fed-
erations were made only to those
whose work was selected by these
bodies, Stern said.
Miss Rubinstein is a contributor
to many national magazines. Al-
fred Knopf published her, Adven-
turing In Palestine. The book is
included in the International Uni-
versity Women's Outstanding
Books Selected From 39 Countries
and Recommended Reading For
High School Students.
Locally, Miss Rubinstein was
moderator for an Advertising In
Action course. In that capacity,
she waft advertising and public re-
lations director of the Charron Wil-
liams Commercial College and its
affiliate schools. She was also pub-
lic relations director of the Dade
County Chapter of the American
Red Cross.
bowling team. a**|l
nouncement this WM* M
Coulton. in eharge of r
I
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Iff"


19. 1953
>in Sees Senate
As Danger
t inued from Pago 1 A
, from the text for publica-
hr. Einstein told reporters
j would himself refuse to tes-
|ca!lcd before a Congression-
mittee.
Einsi.in charged in his let-
kt "reactionary politicians"
(.tilled suspicion of all intel-
I efforts and were now pro-
s to suppress freedom of
Eg and to starve those who
t prove submissive.
jiri that the only course open
[minority of Intellectuals was
Vvcilutionary way of non-co-
ton in the seiptVpf Gandhi's.
I intellectualjrfso is called
[nr <>f the committees ought
setatestify, i-e. he must be
ed for jail and economic
short,.far,l*# sacrifice of
jsonal welfare pi his coun-
bfefcior Efllstela declared.
refusaj to, f#*Ufy must be
[on, .the assfrtipn that it is
;ul tor ;i blameless citizen to
, to mkIi n i inquisition and
(us kind of inquisition vio-
he spirit,of the Constitution.
fnough people axe ready to
ni grave step they will be
kful. If riot, then the intel-
of this country deserve
better than the slavery
[is intended for them," he
ed. .
iblanca Players
Tomorrow
the first' time, a Miami
[hotel will stage a season of
feional plays when the Casa-
Players open the first of
age plays on June 20th.
jng for the legitimate shows
the Club Morocco of the
front Casablanca Hotel at
fcrcct and Collins Avenue.
phing off the summer series
I 'rtir Constant Wife. Direct-
*JBfia*fcc
$ Hirst*
te plays is Sam Hirsch, a
in Florida 'theatrical cir-
io is on leave of absence
p# University of Miami pra-
Departmeiit. Producing the
[will be Al Balin, of Miami
Professional actresses and
[will be featured in the sum-
ies. a^sL.'
ling the final curtain each
'eater goers will be able
1 dancing and refreshments
Club Morocco which is the
ne night club of the Casa-
[ Somerset Maugham comedy
i 'Will rise at 8t40 p.m. In-
in the cast are "Scampy
Kent Lewellyn, Barbara
Irs, Sybil Rubin, Evelyn King,
L s Clifford, John Behney,
dcoff and Selig Rubin.
F>">n. Miss Ktag. Behney and
1" are noted to Miami for
Performances d"*4"*! the an
JSnukespeare Festival at the
|M which was founded and is
F* by Hirach. Lewellyn was
[ Edmund this past season
^ Lear. Behney wiU be re-
fer his notable interpreta-
* Hamlet. Mias King and
appeared last year in
\WA 4uh*t jKtftfaming Of
Mist Marlene Singer
Marlene Singer First
In Honors Group
Miami High School student Mar-
lene Singer, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. William D. Singer, was first
in the honors group among gradu-
ates this year.
She has been a member of the
Student Council, editor-in-chief of
the school annual, Miahi, and a
member of Tri Alpha for scholastic
achievement.
Valedictorian at commencement
exercises, Marlene also belongs to
the Little Women Club, National
Honor Society and the Venus Club.
Beth El Honors Fathers
A Father's Day dinner will be
held by Congregation Beth El on
Sunday, June 21st, 6:30 p.m. Mas-
ter of ceremonies is Sidney H.
Palmer.
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MIAMI. FLORIDA
FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1953
SEC. B
Explosive Control Laws
Called 'Definite Progress'
step in modern methods employed in expanding Is-
j textile industry was introduced at Herzlia this week with
itart of new operational methods in speeding production
yores to waiting world-wide markets. One such step is a
machine used at the Aderath textile plant to comb out
w fleece, separating the long and short strands of wool.
sraeli workman is shown above tending the new machine.
ak Ground For New Temple
Passage of statewide explosives
control legislation at the recently
concluded session of the Florida
Legislature was hailed here by the
Florida Executive Committee of
the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith as a "significant step
forward in the democratic progress
of our State."
The ADL statement, released
jointly by George J. Talianoff,
Executive Committee chairman,
and Gilbert J. Balkin. Florida
mongers who would attempt to de- control ordinance was prepared.
stroy lives and property and intimi-
date citizens through the use of
dynamite and other explosives, the
League pointed out.
"We are proud that the Legisla-
ture of the State of Florida took
cognizance of the need for explos-
ives control legislation at the 1953
session and provided a statute
which should insure the good name
of our State in helping meet the
serious problems which have aris-
ADL director, commended the leg- en in recent years due to the bomb-
islators for their action in enacting | ings," the League caid.
"vitally needed explosive control
legislation to prevent acts of viol-
ence in the State."
"The ADL in Florida originally
recommended adoption of explos-
ives control legislation in the State
The pattern of the bombings of as a phase of a three-pronged
synagogues, churches and housing counteractive program following
and it was encouraging to note that
the Florida cities of Miami, Miami
Beach, Hialeah, Miami Springs,
Coral Gables and West Palm Beach
enacted municipal explosives con-
trol ordinances as preventive meas-
ures following the bombings. To
provide the necessary law enforce-
ment tools for effective detection
of the culprits responsible for the
bombings and prevention of similar
acts in the future such legislation
was required on a state-wide lev-
el," the League pointed out.
Other phases of the Florida ^DL
recommendations for counteracting
the bombing incidents and prevent-
ing acts of violence have been the
making of surveys in communities
developments, both in Florida and the bombing incidents which occur- f possible tension spots which
in the nation in recent years has red in Florida in 1951. At that'might be danger points for future
time, a model municipal explosives outbreaks of violence and the plan-
tand breaking ceremonies for
jiplc and recreational facilities
[jike Worth were held last
Altman, civic leader, was
of ceremonies. Speakers in-
Mayor M. C. Baker and
dssioncr R. C. Gardner, of
I Worth.
hers wire Rabbi Philip Wain
[Temple Beth El; O. P. Gruner
lllaurice Aisenberg, congrega-
presidcnts of West Palm
Mr. and Mrs. Max Green-
Vi'illuini Arnold, chairman of
yetiHiir^ajaei^eBoy
back
Beth Sholom. will join Temple
Beth El and Temple Beth Israel,
both of West Palin Beach.
Men's Club Function
The first social function of the
summer season of the Men's Club
of Temple Beth Sholom will take
demonstrated the resort to dyna-
mite and explosives by the bigots
in an effort to retard harmonious
democratic progress," the League
said
"The adoption by the Florida
Legislature of explosives
legislation should provide a valu-
able aid to law enforcement offi-
cers in
Joe n Osheroff
Accepted By UM
Medical School
Miss Joan Louise Osheroff,
l" T M?7TZirit* daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al Osher-
apprehending the culpn s Miami
?I^!fSr JT ,!UC'tP,C Beach, was recent.y accepted to the
ning and conducting of an educa-
tional program designed to -reach
the root causes of inter-group ten-
sions and to build harmonious un-
derstanding among all groups.
"A few months ago, we expressed
gratification over the interim re-
port issued by the Federal Grand
Jury in Miami which was investi-
gating the bombings and acts of
violence that occurred in Florida
the form of a steak and swim party crimes. It will be recalled that Unjvej.sit of Miami Schooi 0f Med-' in recent years, which report em-
at the Hollywood Beach Hotel on without such legislation hitherto | ^ j phasized the need for dynamite and
ac.lon the statute books the criminals Joa graduation from Mi- explosives control legislation in
I responsible for the perpetration of am. Beach Senjor High School .__ Florida. The forward-looking ac-
June, 1950, entered the University tion taken by the Legislature is ac
of Pennsylvania for her freshman
_. Alr.kiwhrn.ded, the ADL added. ycar she grafted Wednesday
Saturday evening, June 27th,
cording to Jack A. Abbott, Men's
Club- president. Frank Kamen,
tfjMMPjj
exander Robbins, treasurer, who | Of further value, the legislation
I the Miami and Florida bombings
in 1951 have not to date been ap-
le new
temple, to be called are co-chairmen of the function. I should provide a deterrent for hate
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Degree in Chemistry.
While at the University of Penn-
sylvania, she was elected to the
Debate Society. As extra-curricu-
lar activity, she took a course in
modern dancing and participated
in several modern dance produc-
tions.
On the campus of the University
of Miami, Joan was elected to Al-
pha Epsilon Delta, national pre-
med honor society; Beta Beta Beta,
national biological honor society;
and the Chemistry Honor Society.
She was the historian of the Chem-
istry Club and a member of the
German Club. During the sum-
mer session of 1962, Joan was on
the staff of the Miami Hurricane,
the University's weekly newspaper.
She is also a member of the In-
tercollegiate Zionist Federation of
America. Joan is also former vice
president of the Southern Region
of Young Judaea.
For the past two years, she has
been on the teaching staff of the
Sunday School at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center. Joan will begin her
medical studies in September, 1953.
cordingly an additional demonstra-
tion of Florida's taking the lead in
adopting necessary legislation for
enhancing harmonious group rela-
tions in the State," the ADL de-
clared.
"We look forward to Governor
McCarty's early signing of the Ex-
plosives Control Act in order to
make it law of the State of Flor-
ida," the League concluded.
The ADL statement came on the
heels of an announcement last
week that six men indicted for per-
jury by the Federal Grand Jury
investigating terrorism and bomb-
ings in Florida were ordered to
surrender today for arraign-
ment in Federal District Court.
They were charged with lying
under oath when they denied to
the grand jury that they were
members of the Ku Klux Klan or
that they took part in a series of
violent acts in Central Florida from
1949 to 1952. One of these acts led
to the bombing-murder of Walter
White, who resided in Mims and
who was an official of the National
Association for the Advancement
of Colored People.
Other terroristic acts in Miami
included vandalism directed at the
Tifereith Israel Northside Center,
Miami Hebrew School and Congre-
gation and attempted bombings of
.a ..- a__1_ -- C-na**_0 TaIHICR
the Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish
Community Center, Coral Gables
Jewish Center and St. Peter and
Paul Church.
General Bemmike
New Trace Chief
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (JTA)
Major Gen. Vagn Bennike of
Denmark, has been appointed
chief of staff of the United Na.
tions truce supervision organiza-
tion in Palestine to succeed Gen.
William E. Riley, who resigned ef-
fective May 15, it was announced
here this week by UN Secretary
General Dag Hammarskjold.
The 65-year-old veteran of Den-
mark's engineering and telegraphic
corps left for Jerusalem to take up
his new duties. Gen. Riley remain-
ed at his post beyond the effective
date of his resignation to give the
UN time to find his successor.
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"JeHlsHtcrHlan
Taft Says Arab Problem
Must Be Faced Squarely
1

By ARTHUR LEWIS
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
UNITED NATIONS In all the
Tinging controversy over Senator
Rohert Taft's foreign policy speech,
there was a part of it which passed
without comment although it could
be -aid to have been the motive
for this "thinking out loud" on in-
ternational affairs. It was what he
said about Israel and the Jews,
and it came at the very beginning.
for the Republican leader's speech
was delivered (it was read by his
son as the Senator was sick) at a
meeting of the National Confer-
mce of Christians and Jews in Cin-
cinnati. Ohio.
With that harsh directness of
his. Senator Taft gave as his credo,
one which would have done credit
to a Zionist. He said that he sup-
ported the independence of Israel;
believed that the Balfour Dec-
laration constituted a promise of a
Jewish national home and that
h a home could only mean a
.ate where Jews would prcdomin-

The Senator's view was that the
..ate should have been established
uring the Second World War. "If
tl had been done," he said. "I
M if we would ever have had
brat] War. or the fleeing of
the Palestine Arabs, or the danger-
condition-; in that region of the
:!d. today, because Israel bad to
lake up arms to establish their own
>-dependence, the British having
"abandoned the mandate."'
For both humanitarian and prac-
I cal reasons, he said that he sup-
ported Israel "because of my earn
i-t belief in justice and freedom
and the keeping of a promise." and
because it was the only way to as-
cure freedom from persecution for
millions of Jews, and "because it
undertook to relieve the world of
the problem of resettling a large
r umber of Jewish refugee, for
which the world has proposed no
better solution."
However, Senator Taft's "Zion-
ism" is not blind. He warned that
| the problem of the Arab refugees
was so serious that it could not be
| exaggerated. Although he acknowl-
edged that it was "partly through
the intolerance of their own lead-
Jers" that 860.000 Arab refugees
were still housed in temporary
tents and huts on the borders of
Israel, living on inadequate food,
he said that "as long as that group |
remains there, there is a constant
building up of hatred against the!
Jews."
Israeli delegates here are pain-
fully aware of what the Senator:
said: they know the way the Arabs I
are using their wretched kinsmen
of theirs to gain sympathy for their
cause and to make propaganda
against the Jews. The United Na-
tions has undertaken to resettle
these refugees in the countries to
which they had fled. but. as the
Senator said, "plans have been
made but little progress has been
achieved."
Still further efforts must be
made, for not only the Israeli dele-
gates here, but almost everyone
would agree with the Senator's
statement that there would seem
to be "no solution in the Near
Kast until this refugee problem is
settled."
Aside from this warning, and it j
was salutary. Senator Taft's speech,
which aroused such a furors else-'
where, was a comforting one for I
Israel and the Jews, for it showed
what a great friend and supporter |
they had in the highest places in
Washington.
jk
Pictured above are officers of the Council of Jewish Sisterhoods affiliated with
Branch of the Union of Orthodox Congregations of America at a recent elect' v.
Trocadero Restaurant. Seated (left to right) are the Mesdames Louis Shafkin
Moses Mescheloff, Advisory Board; Simon April, president; and Isaac Ever 'obTfE2
ian, vice presidents. Standing (left to right) are the Mesdames Ed Becker vice m d"0*1
sie Rappaport, treasurer; Jack C. Rosenbera. vice president; Shmaryahu SwirVkr IT
Board; Clara Weinstock. secretary; and Malvina Schwarti, recording secretary
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Mrs. Soldz New Head
j Of JWV Auxiliary
Mrs. Lester C. Soldz is new presi-
dent of the Ladies' Auxiliary to
Post No. 330. Jewish War Veterans
of the United States.
She was named to office at a
recent election. Others are Mrs.
Sally Levy, senior vice president,
and Mrs. Yetta Rubin, junior vice
president. Mrs. Sold* succeeds
Mrs Bernard Koloff.
f wives the excitement of the annual
exodus from town to country, the
happy anticipation of a change to
new surroundings for a month or
two, is often tempered by a re
luctance to leave behind some of
the accustomed daily conveniences
they enjoy at home.
There's one convenience, how-
ever, that need not be abandoned
at all the very special conven-
ience of quick and effortless home-
baking that so many women have
discovered in Dromedary Kosher
Cake Mixes. Food stores in mos,t
summer vacation areas are now
of delightful recipes for
cakes, cookies and muffins with
the full assortment of Dromedary
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Fishing-Dancing Party
A fishing and dancing party on
the Dixie Yacht, leaving from Pier
7, City Yacht Basin, at 8 p.m., to-
night, is the next event of the
Young Adult League of the Miami
Jewish Community Center, accord-
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cants.
Since work experience.*
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graduates who meet
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ties, bringing interest and in-
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, expanding community a
liles south of Miami.
o operation by the efforts
25 Jewish families and
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, the Center now holds
Friday evening services un
leadership of B. Gertz. The
is a recent presentation of
Neuman family.
[nesday night Is Men's night,
hursday nights are set aside
he ladies who have been cn-
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Ities. Herman Marks, presi-
stresses the activities of
at the Homestead Center.
take over on Saturday eve-
" he explained, in discuss-
lie newly scheduled programs
-iiigurated on Sunday morning
It. and Mrs. Alexander Levine,
armony Acres, was a brunch-
| series, including juice, lox.
Is, cheese, eggs and coffe, with
*ds going to the Sunday
01 which is under the direc-
of Mrs. Ethel Levine, a Lear
pi teacher, and Miss Barbara
^JewistifhrlcHar
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hat with its rapidly expanding
(ities. the Homestead Center
use all sorts of help. The vig
community in which it
seems proud of the Center's
bers are on a silent hunt for a
ano which would aid their social
programs inestimably. If they
just happen to trip over one
they could make the Homestead
Center mighty happy.
Mrs. Cirlin Is Hostess
To Miami Art League
Jeanette F. Cirlin will be hostess
to members of the Miami Art
League during the group's June
meeting at the home of Dr. and
Mrs. M. B. Cirlin, 1754 Meridian
Avenue, Miami Beach, on Friday
evening at 8 p.m.
Eddy Mirell, who recently open-
ed the Mirell Gallery in Coconut
Grove, will discuss: New Gallery
Problems. New members will alsc
present autobiographical sketches
JNF Council To Mark
Father's Day Sunday
The Jewish National Fund Coun
cil of South Florida will celebrate
Father's Day on Sunday, June 21st
with a special broadcast over the
Jewish Hour of station WMBM at
noon.
Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais, newly
elected president of the Hadassah
Chapter of Greater Miami, and
Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky, spir-
itual leader of Congregation Beth
El, will be guest speakers.

Shown aoove is a group of the workers who canvassed the Miami Jewish community on be-'
half of Israel Bonds during BIG Day here last Sunday. In the insert are Mrs. Manuel Bur-
stein, Miami BIG Day chairman, receiving reports on the progress of purchasing at the Bur-
eau of Jewish Education building with Rabbi Morton Malavsky, Israelite Center spiritual leader.
Bernard I. Binder, BIG Day Commander, termed the one-day intensive sales effort "a suc-
cess." At the rame time, Joseph Rose, chairman of Israel Bonds in the Greater Miami area.
i, wm dc guesi speaKers. expressed his appreciation to residents for their "generous efforts and help" in making in-
They will be introduced by Jac- vestment capital available to help ease the economy of the Jewish State. Some $25,000 worth
ob Schachter, program director. of bonds were sold by volunteers.
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Ronald J. Mann, son of Mrs.
Frances B. Mann, graduated from
Tulane Medical School oa June
2nd He will be
! ?in his intern
-h'p at Jackson
Memorial Hospit-
al on July 2nd
Dr. Mann is al-
so a graduate of
.the University of
Florida, where
be was elected to
[Phi Beta Kappa
land received his
degree Sume
Cum Laude
His brother. Stuart Mann, has
just completed one year of medical
studies at Tulane and is also sched-
uled to receive the AB degree
there
Happy Holiday Camp
Has Orientation
Hillel's Happy Holiday Summer
Camp, which will operate during
June. July and August at the Hide!
House. 3306 Ponce de Leon Boule-
\ard. Coral Gables, had its first
orientation party on Friday, under
the direction of Mrs Morris A.
Skop and Mrs Lee Elman.
A full program of summer activ-
r.:es. including swimming, arts and
crafts, athletics. Hebrew songs and
pames were administered by the
staff of teachers Malcom Furman
was supervisor of Athletics.
Miss Barbara Levy and Mis Max
BM Gerstenfeld supervised outdoor
tames and arts and crafts and
-*:.T.ming.
Mrs Skop has had many year*
cf experience in summer camping
having been director of religious
MM dramatic programs at Camp
Lehman in New York Weekly dra-
matic presentations and lessons in
creative drawing will be given the
children from the five to 12 year
ie-.el. she said
A morning session for children.
3 to 5 i< also included Registra
t.on will continue at the Hillel
House to June 15th
An cdnuier watches underwater mermaid
Underwater TV
Show Is First
For This Area
Another first for Florida via the
video channels is the first time a
live television show was
idea for
wonderful
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Father'i Day Celebration
A Fathers Day surprise package
celebration will be held at the
Roxy Hotel's outdoor patio on Sun-
cay. June 21st. In charge are Miss
Eve Glassman. Perry and Morns
fcubis and Jack Fine
Any time is time foi
Tarn Tarn
Seven Arts Festival
In New Hampshire
Annual Festive of the Seven
Arts will be held from July 5th
to 19th at the Lake Tarleton Club.
Pike. New Hampshire, summer re-
sort.
Featured speakers during the
festival this year will include Dr.
Abram Sachar. president of Bran
deis University; Dr. Dudley Wein-
berg. of Temple Sholom. Boston:
Blanche Yurka. actress: Arthur
Heintzelman. curator of prints. Bos-
ton Museum: and James Rudel
conductor of the New York City
Civic Opera
Lake Tarleton is owned by the
Jacobs family, operators and own-
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in the business, announced that the
company will soon begin operations
in two heretofore uncovered states
Colorado and Nebraska Fifteen
new branch location' are scheduled
in the expansion program.
Founded in 1901. the Orkin Com-
pany now operates 251 offices in
major cities of 24 states, the Dis-
trict of Columbia and the Island
of Cuba
underwater for the Alec Gibsen
show from the pool and ocean area'
at the Algiers Hotel
With cameras focused on the
hour long aquascene. the under-.
water shots were caught by a spe- j
eial type rig designed by the I
WTYJ engineering department. 1
With a large and small mirror to
catch the reflection of the under -
filmed' water doings, the camera could
shoot out to the scene underwater,
like a periscope
This is the first time the locally-
designed prop has ever been used |
to photograph submarine scenes.
Another first for the local show is
an underwater commercial. With
an authentic audio on film, bub
bles and all. Gibson gave the com-
mercial for the Amana Home
Freexer submerged in the Algiers
swimming pool. Added attraction
when the door was opened was the
mermaid that emerged. Gloria
Goodman, of Miami Beach, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Good-,
man. 4396 Pinetree Drive, swam
out of the home freezer.
The poolside video show was
handled by Bob Johnson of WTVJ
and Alec Gibson who created
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lo'lections Unit
Sam A. Goldstein, president of
lie Sanitary Linen Service Com-
jany, has been reappointed chair-
nan of the 1963 Collections Com-
ittee of the Greater Miami Jew-
|.-h Federation.
Announcement of the appoint
iront was made by Carl Weinkle,
Federation president, following an
Official meeting of the Executive
Committee last week.
Purpose of the committee is to
et up plans for securing oulstand-
nji pledges made in the 1953 cam-
i and to afford a final oppor
jnity for Greater Miami Jewry to
articipate in the campaign, Wein-
lle said.-
Goldstein announced that some
top community leaders will
licet with him on Thursday noon,
lune 25th, in the Conference Room
bt the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration to hear suggestions for a
Jwift cleanup drive.
Goldstein is a member of the
loard of Governors and Executive
tommittees and has served for
any years with the Federation
ampaign cabinet. He is a past
resident of B'nai B'rith Lodges in
tlanta. Birmingham and West
|>;.lrii Beach and was also president
Temple Israel in the latter city.
Je is a member of the Board of
rrustees of Temple Israel in Mi-
ni.
The Committee includes Leo
kckerman, William Agranove, R.
k'illiams Apte, Saul Ashkenazy,
Scrman Binder, Daniel Broad, Leo
thai!.in. Joseph Dallett. Joseph
kuntov, l.co Eisenstein, Leon Ell,
lake Kpstein, Ed Feldstein, Milton
Friedman, Ben Ciller. Mrs. Ben Zi-
y. Ginsburg, Archie Greenberg,
Irs. Saul Herman, Morris Honig-
aum. Joseph Kahn, Leon Kaplan,
J. Kopelowitz.
Harry Koretzky, Mrs. Louis Kren-
ky. Abe Kurman, Sidney Lefcourt,
nel Lesowoder, Sam C. Levenson,
hbi Samuel Machtei, Joe Mech-
Jaek MOnrvchlck, Sam Res-
ck. Irving Saal, Irving Schatzman.
old Seeder, Sam Scitlin, Max
tioinman, Milton Sirkin, Abe So
sko. Judge Harold B. Spaet, Carl
sskind, Meyer Teigman, Harold
nurman, Dr. Joseph Weidberg,
am Wcissel and Oscar Zeltzer.
SSSBr^ATSKS M^t EteJS5*Ed ^ 2 -n0 -^ ^bove"
included Helene Tendrich. Annette Jones. LiX Ch^W^^LS^T" "F* *F* *& ^ t0 15 S" and
Claire Goldhagen, Amy Schweitzer. Lorie Adle" SSL&ASLS^St'rS^ t0?1?' Pe,er Steinbg. Frank Jones.
Carol Sheppard. David Rcsnick. Ann MargoiL Warrin SSTcwS K^kIudJ'*"?* Marc Wataon. Barbara Idov,
Steinberg, Judy Binder. Inez Pinchot. Frank VheaZT^hTJ,'^ ,S n"^!' fc G?Whagen. Arline Tendrich, Mark
Elinor Bogish. Louise Hess, Cynthia Bott Donna Eldon 1^1 T. 7 Boqish Sheila Gordon. Myron Mass. Jerry Shevin.
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Fr. Spolter
Ko 11 owing an Executive Commit
meeting held recently by the,
fcbrew Academy Women, Mrs. Sid-
ly Kubinowitz, president, an-
ftunccd the appointment of Mrs.
Idore Spotter as chairman of the
fw Year Greeting Card Project
the High Holiday season.
Mrs. Spotter, in accepting the ap-
lin'ment. said that the New Year
eeting Cards which the Hebrew
ra.lmiy Women will distribute,
ve been specifically designed for
Academy, and each portrays
bdern Israeli and religious
(mes.
|<)ther projects announced by
Rubinowitz, to be undertaken
I he Hebrew Academy Women's
eanizatioti during the summer
nth.s, are a boat ride, swjm-
nce and a family picnic.
Four women will represent their
Ladies' Auxiliaries to Jewish War
Veterans Posts here at a state con-
vention tomorrow and Sunday in
Tampa. They include Mrs. Sidney
Horn, Miami Auxiliary 174; Mrs.
Lester C. Soldz, Miami Beach Aux-
iliary and wife of the retiring
Commander of JWV, Department
of Florida, Captain Soldz; Mrs. Os-
car Gerrig, Miami Beach Auxiliary;
and Mrs. George Nathanson, Coral
Gables Auxiliary 243.
Wise Hadassah liuitet Dinner
The Stephen S. Wise Group of
Hadassah will hold a buffet dinner
aboard the S.S. Nuevo Dominlcano,
Pier No. 3, Miami, on Thursday,
June 25th, at 6:30 p.m.
Rhea Cashman Gladwin, chair-
man of the group's Hadassah Medi-
cal Center, said that proceeds will
be used for furnishing the waiting
room in Jerusalem's new hospital.
The program is scheduled to in-
clude dancing in the Jolly Roger
Club and the Treasure Bar. la
charge of reservations are Esther
Alperin, Sally Samuels and Pearl.
Shapiro, president.
Gables B'nai B'rith Meeting
Coral Gables Lodge No. 1682,
B'nai B'rith, will meet on Tuesday
evening, June 23rd, 8 p.m., at the
Coral Gables Jewish Center, 320
Palermo.
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CONFIRMATION CLASS OF THE NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER. From left to right are Stu-
art, son of Dr. and Mrs. Ben Fabric; Carol, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fuchs; Paula, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Azen; Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz; Donna Lee. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Tuck; and Philip, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Berkowite.
Superpatriots Seek To
Oust 'Subversive' Books
Jewish Floridian News Feature
Most Nashville citizens were in-
different to the news last January
that the Tennessee legislature had
picked a committee to investigate
text books in the public schools. It
took them a month to discover
what was happening: that the
school attackers and book burners
were at it again. Nashville was
finally prodded by two of its town
iolk. a newspaper reporter and a
Rabbi
The committee chairman. State
Senator Sterling Roberts, expected
to limit his imostijation to the
area set out for himtext books
He was astonished, two weeks after
his committee iraa formed, by the
I n ssures on him to overstep his
task. The superpatriots wanted him
to eliminate "subverive" books
from the public library, too They
charged that many professor! on
laculties of local and state colleges
were "pinks, "reds" or 'fellow
travelers" and wanted them Inves-
tigated
The charges were made in letter-
writing campaigns to the local
pre--, from speakers platforms and
through wanton gossip. Some of
the accusers represented the local
Daughters of the American Revo-
lution and the Tennessee States
Rights Democratic Committee.
To the young Rabbi. William B
Silverman. of Vine Street Temple,
the charges had a common back-
ground: they were without proof or
documentation And they were
hurled at people who couldn't or
didn't know how to answer back.
He repeated this fact to reporter
Creed Black, of the Nashville Ten-
nessean. challenging Black to dig
up the whole story Black did.
Rbl story, headlined: Book
Probe Found Spurred By Smear,
in the January 30th Nashville Ten
nessean. reported that "the inflam
matory pamphlets which have been
circulated in Tennessee were writ
ten by Allen A. ML" Black dis-
closed how Zoll once headed Amer-
ican Patriots, listed in 1940 by the
US attorney general as Fascism-
When he asked the Daughters of
the American Revolution for docu-
mentation of their charges, they
I produced a copy of Zoll's propa-
ganda pamphlet. Thev Want Your
I Child.
Black's story didn't quiet the vig-
ilantes. One veterans leader came
! forward to protest high school use
of Discovering Tennessee, written
! by the Knox County librarian. He
I charged that the book had tenden-
cies toward "pacifism." Another
J disliked many of the textbooks and
! more"they can be considered
only in relation to the teachers and
lecturers who interpret them."
', Therefore, he demanded, let's -tart
' investigating teachers He felt that
"that man teaching right here in
Na-hville who was run out of Cali-
forma." needed watching.
The obvious reference was to
l)r Willard Goslin. formerly super-
intendent of schools in Pasadena.
now on the faculty of Peabody Col-
lege ui Nashville The background
j and patriotism of another Peabody
professor. Harold Benjamin, for-
merly head of the National Educa-
tion Association's Defense Com-
mission, was also under suspicion
until someone discovered he had
served as a lieutenant colonel on
the staff of General Mar Arthur
Nashville needed a rallying point
to offset the slanders. The issue ap-
parently was considered too contro-
versial, too dangerous to handle
even for liberal-minded persons
terribly aware of the implications
of the smears.
Rabbi Silverman stepped in
again. His weekly radio program
on WMAK sounded the alarm. He
pleaded for understanding and or-
ganization to resist the witchhunts,
lashed out at those "bearing false
witness against their neighbors."
The Rabbi reminded listeners that
"despite all the sound and fury, not
j one single book has yet been la-
beled as subversive by the commit-
tee. Not a single textbook has been
condemned as Communistic."
Immediately after his first broad-
! cast on the issue, the Rabbi him-
self came under attack. The radio
station received its share of pro-
testing phone calls. To the Rabbi's
home came anonymous hate letters,
threatening phone calls. He was
abused and called subversive.
But by now Rabbi Silverman and
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NORMAN R. LYONS. N<
StrOSNANA SRKTOt
newspaperman Black were no
longer alone. They had reached the
responsible community, and pub-
lic support mobilized behind them.
Hundreds of letters poured into
the radio station endorsing the
Rabbi's stand. Civic leaders, teach
crs. PTA groups and ministerial as-
sociations finally rallied their fore
es to stand against the name-calling
and hysteria. The legislative com-
mittee also made its report .
no evidence that a single textbook
was "subversive" or "Communis-
tic."
It was at this point that a legis-
lator. Paul Phillips, of Davidson
County, injected a bit of anti-Semit-
ism. When someone questioned the
wisdom of spending so much mon-
ey for the investigating commit-
tee. Phillips suggested: "If the only
result of the committee's work is
to get rid of that Russian Jew. then
it was worth the $2,500 it cost." He
meant Professor Samuel Baron, of
the University of Tennessee, who
categorically denied any Commu-
nist affiliation.
One vigilante rcently told of
plans for the future. "We are or-
ganized." he boasted. "We have
recording machines taking down
the addresses of local people. We
have stenographers taking down
every word of sermons given by
local ministers, and we hope to
drive the 'liberal ministers' out of
town. We have plans for two years
in advance. Nothing will stop us
until we make America safe from
the pinks, liberals and so-called so-
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31DAV, JUNE 19, 1953
Seymour Cohen Gets
Social Work Degree
[Recent visitors to Pittsburgh,
ennsvlvania, were Mr. and Mrs.
Bmuel A. Cohen, of SW 14th Ter-
jce, Miami. The Cohens attended
be graduation of their son, Sey-
tour, from the University of
Sll^burgh, where he received the
asters degree in Social Work.
| A graduate of the University of
Jlorida, Mr. Cohen has been re-
lding in Pittsburgh for the past
ve years and is the regional di
.ctor for western Pennsylvania
nd West Virginia of the B'nai
Frith Youth Organization.
[Other out-of-town guests includ-
Mrs. Seymour Cohen's parents,
jr. and Mrs. Morris Fagan, of
Washington, D.C.
Hollywood Center
Amends Name
The Jewish Community Center
of Hollywood has amended its
name to include Temple Sinai, ac-
cording to an announcement this
week by Dr. Clement Gcronemus
president.
The name change was made in
connection with the overall revi-
sion of the Centers constitution,
Or. Geronemus said.
Temple Sinai, The Jewish Com-
munity Center of Hollywood has
also enlarged its Board of Gover-
nors and will seat five additional
members to be named at subse-
quent annual elections.
Sig Kisvnbvrtj
I Reflected
Rejected president of The 29ers
for the ninth consecutive year was
Sig Eisenberg at a meeting of the
organization last week.
Other officers named are W. R
DeCostas, vice president; R. w Ma-
sur, secretary; Theodore Damianos
treasurer; and Samuel Kelly, ser-
geant-at-arms.
Directors include Isidor Apolin
Walter Coles, Samuel Crowell, Har-
ry Campbell, Herbert Frame, Paul
Swae;HJt"eS.KaSdin' RaIph Kirsch-
Edward Luster, Walter Nierstheim-
er, Harry Niehaus, Robert R. Spen-
cer and Milton Warshaw
PAGE 9 B
AJ?nJustin Speaks At Service Tonight
t^*=*~ ^fcIS^heCi;.
in Government at Harvard Univer-
sity, will be guest speaker during
Friday evening
services at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom.
Wcstin will dis-
cuss: Congress-
ional Investiga-
tions In A Free
Society.
Son of Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Wes
tin, 1021 West
4th Street, Miami
Beach, he is a Wulh
graduate magna cum laude of the
University of Florida and Harvard
Law School, a member of the Dis-
trict of Columbia Bar and active
o ...*i.n;c ui me \siv*
U Liberties Union of Massachusetts.
A frequent contributor to the
Harvard, Yale and Columbia Law
Reviews, Westin has written for
many national magazines on Con-
stitutional law. His latest article,
Do Silent Witnesses Defend Civil
Liberties, is appearing in the June
issue of Commentary.
North Dade Cabaret Night
North Dade Jewish Center will
hold a Cabaret Night on Saturday
evening, June 20th, 8 p.m., at 13630
West Dixie Highway. Jack Rich,
ards heads the entertainment bill.
Proceeds go toward the Center's
building fund.
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Greater Miami's
""DAY.JUnej,
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Synagogue Directory
YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
vill hold Friday evening services,
at 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning
tervices are at 8:30 a.m. Mincha
will be at 6:30 p.m., followed by
los Seudos under the sponsor-
ship of Solomon Lobcl. president.

BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning
tervices are at 9 a.m.. when the
Mitzvah of Howard, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Kane, will take
place. Floral offerings will be by
the Kanes in honor of their son.
Mincha is at 6:15 p.m.. followed by
Shalos Seudos. Daily services are
at 7:30 a.m.. and at 6:45 p.m.
eve
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services at
6:45 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30 a.m.. when Dr.
Shmaryahu T. Swirsky will discuss
the Weekly Portion. A class in
Talmud is scheduled for 5 p.m
Mincha is at 6 p.m.. followed by
ShahM Seudos.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
T-old services on Friday evening at
I 3 i p.m.. with Reverend Rudolph
E. Brill officiating. Saturday
rorning services are at 9 a.m..
when John Harris, son of Mr. and
In Louis Harris, will become Bar
it,\ah Kiddush will follow.

MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
,ing services at 6:45 p.m. Sat-
urday morning services are at 8:30
am., with Rabbi Simon April dis-
. -:ng: Self Control. Cantor Ber-
Kelemcr will render the mu-
il portion of the liturgy A dan
Mishna is scheduled for 5:30
mUowed bj Mincha and
e e
TEMPLE SiNAI will hold Friday
sen icea at 8 p.m. Dr.
nent Geronemus. president.
conduct Um service, with Can-
U r Jo rb W tfalek rendenns the
ei i portion of the liturgy. Kid-
will be recited by Barry Gold-
. a Of Mr and Mrs Bernard
l The One;. Shabbat will
;. nsored by Dr. Geronemus
:rday morning serviCM are at
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EVERY SUNDAY
10:30 to 11:30 a.m.
Station: WMIE (1140 on dial)
With Variees features
Produced and Directed by
9 a.m.. and will be conducted by
; Reverend Mordechai Haalman.
! Daily services are at 9 a.m.

TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m.. with Dr. Jacob H. Kap-
1 Ian officiating.
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.. when Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff will discuss the
1 Weekly Portion. Shalos Seudos
will conclude the Sabbath observ-
, ance. Daily services are at 7:30
! a.m. and at 6:45 p.m.
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m. Subject of Rabbi
Morris Skop's sermon is: The Ad
vent Of Fathers Day. Cantor Irv-
ing Robinson will render the mu-
sical portion of the liturgy. Sat-
urday morning services are at 9:45
a.m.. and will be followed by the
Kiddush of Sanctification.
e
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening sen-
ices at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 9 a.m.. when
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will discuss
the Weekly Portion. Daily Servic-
es are in the chapel at 8 a.m.. and
at 7 p.m.

NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Harry
Ettinger officiating. The Oneg
Shabbat following will be sponsor-
ed by Mr. and Mrs. M. Shore.

HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m. with Reverend Leo
Heim officiating. Subject of his
sermon is scheduled as: Israel's
Cultural Problem. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 9 a.m.. when
Jerry Norman, son of Mr and Mrs.
Al A.-kowitz. will become Bar Mitz-
vah. His parents will be hosts at
the Oneg Shabbat following.

ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 7 p.m.
Saturday morning services are at
8:30 a.m. Rabbi Morton Malavsky
will officiate. Subject of his ser-
mon is scheduled as: The Com-
mandment Every- Father To
Son Mincha is at 6:30 p.m.. fol-
lowed bv Shalos Seudos.
Agudath laraal Rabbi imic Ever. Or-
thodox, .'.-i Ttth W Miami Bench.
, B.tn David K.iMil Mas Shapim.
Conservative. :2i HW rd Ave..
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Beth El Dr. Shmaryahu Swlrefcy, Or-
tbodox, .v.' BW 17th Ave., Miami
Beth Jacob--K.ihbi M>i Mewhelorf.
tirihmiox. SOl-Jll Wafh. Ave.. MB.
Beth Sholam- K.ililil 1 -->n Kronlah.
Liberal. 4144 t'huee Ave., M.B.
Beth Tiiiah-liai'M JaoepB Ratckpv-
kv. Orthodox, *3S Euclid Ace., Mi-
ami lteach
Coral Cable*- -Rahul Morrla Skop. lib-
eral. 120 ralermo Ave. C. <:.iM.-
Downtown 8/naoogu* Orthodox. 1J.>
NW 3rd Ave.. Miami.
Flagl*r.Granada--.">U NW 61st Place,
Miami.
Hebrew Academy Rabbi Alexander
proaa, Ortho Hialeah-Mianu Springs Reverend
I .en Halm. Conservative. 9il K. 4t!i
Ave Illaleah.
Israelite Center Rabhl Morton
Mnl:i\ky, Connervajlve. S1J8 SW
I4th I". i -Miami.
Kneseth IsraelrUbbl Abraham Caa-
el. orthodox. 141S Kuclld Ave..
.Miami Hearh
Miami BeachRnhbl Irving Ohrman.
Cunaervatlve. 1701 Wash. Ave., M.B.
Miami Hebrew School -Kahhl Simon
April. Orthodox. 1101 SW 12th Ave..
Miami _
MonticeUo Park164th Street and NE
llth Avenue. North Miami Be.i.-li
North Dad* Rnhhl Harry Ettinger,
Conaerva'lve. 13830 W. Dixie High-
way. North Miami.
i North ShoreRabbi Mayer Abramo-
witx. Ciiaiaattallra. *Jo "5th St..
Miami Reach.
! Temple IsraelI>r. Joseph Narot. Re-
form. 137 Nr" tth St.. Miami
Tample Sinsi. The Jewish Community
I Center of Hollywood. Rahhl Duvld
Shapiro Conservative. 1030 Polk St..
Holfyil.....I
! Tlferetn Israel 6i00 N. Miami Ave..
, Mlam
West MiamiRabhl Alfred Waxman.
Conservative, 5T20 SW 17th St..
Miami.
Young Israel Orthdox. 4001 Chase
Ave., Miami Beach.
ZamoraReverend Rudolf Brill. Con-
servative. 44 Zamora Ave., Coral
Gablea
Hood Samaritan
Award Formed
The establishment of a Southern
Good Samaritan Award by the Va-
riety Club was announced this
week by Ed Melniker, Chief Barker
of Tent 33.
The award will be presented to
an outstanding volunteer in child-
ren's philanthropic work in Greater
Miami, Melniker said. June 28th
is the time set for the presentation
of the citation at a testimonial din-
ner scheduled for the Saxony Ho-
tel.
A committee headed by Maurey
L. Ashmann, of Film Art Murals,
has been named and is arranging
for selection of the outstanding
personality. Assisting here are
George Hoover, Oscar E. Dooly,
Daniel J. Mahoney, Mitchell Wolf-
son and Dick Stern.
The Good Samaritan Award is
one of a number of projects spon-
sored by the Variety Club, includ-
! ing Variety Children's Hospital,
i where there were 31.231 children
I treated in the Out-Patient Clinic
| last year. Since March, 1950. some
69,589 out-patient days at the clin-
I ic were held, with 7,631 children
being admitted to the hospital it-
self.
Waterman's
SKYWRITER
Abraham Dortf
Surrumbs At 65
Abraham Dorff, of 972 SW 3rd '
Street, died on June 6th, at the.
age of 65.
Originally from Passaic. New Jer-
sey. Dorff retired from business
an.I settled in the Miami area. He
was a member of the Beth El Con-
gregation and Farband Labor Zion- {
ist Order
III during the past two years, he'
succumbed in Passaic while visit-
ing his family. Interment took'
place on June 7th.
Survivors include his wife, Ethel:
a son. Norman; one daughter, Mir-
iam Hochlu'iM-r; six grandchildren:
and four sisters. Zelda Licbman,
Tillie Ludwig. Annette Kwartler
and Clair Schapiro.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1953
oreign Exchange
tfudents At
loiuit Sinai
Tv.d foreign exchange students,
iic from Havana and the other a
|atfve of the British West Indies,
lave heen accepted as members of
be next class at Mount Sinai Hos-
J's School of Practical Nursing
k-hich began June 12th. The
rho? was accredited for the ac-
eptance of foreign exchange stil-
ls through the Educational Ex-
liange Service of the State De-
artment as of the beginning of
(ie year.
Three students are already en-
Dlled in the school under this pro-
ram and will shortly complete the
ear's training; in practical nurs-
g. They are Miss Rose Merin,
Irlm came'to the United States as
I refugee from Germany; Miss Sig-
ia Duran, from Colombia, South
Imerica; and Miss Gilberte Mon-
pte. whose home is in the Province
Quebec, Canada.
A ire-requisite for acceptance is
(ul student* Dive a fair knowledge
the English language so as to
nderstand (kef lectures and dem-
nstraticms, according to Miss
rieda Lcbensbaum, director of the
bhool of Practical Nursing.
Th jiteMhc United States either on
udent visa** or under the quotas
their own countries. If they re-
i in their own land upon com-
of Ike practical nursing
rurse. the training they received
Mount Sinai Hospital will be
ngaizod and will qualify them
take examinations there. Those
ho;apply for American citizen-
^ippapers are eligible to take the
ite Hoard Examinations to obtain
eir. i license to practice in Flor-
a, as well as in any other state,
hording to Miss Lebensbaum.
eTe
FLO
LEGAL NOTICE
mafokmEk*h
vs Plaintiff
wer on (he Plaintiff^' 5 .. your "n-
BT II TISAr ""attorney, Ron.
com^!i.V"VK"XYOURSE^AC-
I>ated June 8. 1953.
K- B. LEATHERMAN.
,., truvag* *-
e/12-19-26 7/3 Deputy Clerk
^Mtem*iL
LEGAL NOTICE
N0T,CE n^^UJ^oTT
IS
^TKI-.IKnV.'^^.,^'1 '-THORPE
6/12-19-26'- 7/j
M wtatSV^''
N.Vr.,<*. D'SCHARGE AL
F"'"l Dischar^'," an.d,l'*"l'on for
notice uNDER-FTcTTrTo^i--
NOTICE .^^^To.VEV tha,
^.undersigned, desiring to engage in
C.rcu.tCou^to^r^^^K^^
SIDNEY GELBER
OERSHON 8. 5r,ISRGELBER
6/12-19-26 7/8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
..NOTICE l8 HKREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
SabteT ^t f','' ,Mlr"cl Mile, Coral
i.aDies, Fla., Intends to register said
CouTt ZU?> h%.r1"" [ Court of Dade County, Florida
ftowowne KURZR'OK-
MYERS. HEIMAN *"kaPLAN
Attorneys for Owner
630 Seybold Bldg.
/12-19-26 7/3
lagler-Granada Forum
lates Meet Sunday
(Why Did You Join The Center,
the question to be answered at
next forum of the Flagler-Gra-
i:< Jewish Community Center on
day, June 21st, 8:30 p.m.
takers will be Charles Adel-
, Roz Benin, Trudy Dann, Jack
Den. Mildren Draizar, Bob Rog-
tihderator, and Phil Seligman.
^rum chairman is Sylvia Masters.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
w.______NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MORAYS JEWELERS, at 141 NE 2nd
wi.^Tw "U?ni? to reS'""'r a'd name
with the Cleric of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
MURRAY SCHECHTER
w SALLY SCHECHTER
MYERS. HEl.MAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
50 Seybold Hldg.
6/19-26 7/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
Ji"ier ,n<" fictitious nme of
MIKES FOOD CENTER, at IM8 8.W.
27th Ave., Miami, intends to register
aid name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
ROMAN PRESTUBA
STEPHEN F. KESSLER
Attorney for Applicant
4 S.W. 22nd Ave.
5/29 6/5-12-19
d.h n...t.a~~"of"'he ea
Administratrix
estate of ISRAEL
the 10th day 0fjufvT,:-,and,,,,hat on
ft'1" Honorable 'ANKJ-BW,,Ho"wlLy
of ISRAEL R. aoOlJMVN- '*.te
This 10th ^yoY1^^^"-
IRVING c-tiks 00"MAN
tnTiT2i'LA^TMtlntTixabnc^
^sfcrslm&WJ
PAGE 11 B
N THE
ELE
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tuc
John iBLwsrsai
D> MASI, Plaintiff,
V'K'i!^.''AJVL_Def.
has been filed
Hn -, ,*,"": ni ? you. are required to
fn- oi>> of your Answer or Plead
Answer ,,':, K" f!'e ,he orleinHl
or Pleading In th
^1
SGAL NOTICE
V^4
original
office of
NOTiCE UNOM^T,^,
that
gage in
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVFV
WILLIAM HANDELMAN
IRENE HANDbmaN
HARRY Sa&i&P"5**
6/?9'26"-"7/3R-,Jd Miam' '!eaCh- "
In v ; v '" "" l!ln "f Complain,
c, S LKATHERMAN,
1 -fk. i irrult Court,
(Cinci-iT ."'.'; '"""l>-. Florida
ILIRI.LIT COCRT SEAL)
By M. C. GREEN.
6/12-19-26 7/VePUly C'erk-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVI-v that
the "nd_ersigned. _desirig_ In^ge'fn
cAJT^;Rupn^c^KtAhctJlc4,i!!ou, ~
oV'lUe^Co'u'nty SUi lrCUU|
KV..^ ANTuK' His Wife ctoims and demands whlrh v.
Miami
name
Court
'Nr,S^NJV JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
RE: ESTAT^OF8572-0
*,ii'J?J:: ""-'KKNSO.N, Deceased
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
,., DISCHARGE
fii.i ,T ..lB ,hereby given that I have
nnal Dis Ka/''"0rt#nd pe,1,1" 'or
..i-V nltnarge as Executor of the
ceatld andR?hS^ D'CKENSON, ae!
Julv iv? ini at ,on ,he Sth "ay of
FRANK: R tw.&'I'&J? y?e Honorable
of ii.i DowI'H of iaidf^""""'1 "orlda- ,or appro'
or said final report and for final di-
BoSPnMteSS of the Estate of
4^., "' Kr..NS(.N, deceased
rnis 29th day of May I9yi
ARTHUR RHODES DICKENSON
*,j^'Utor of Eeute of
^r.!*^1- DICKENSON, Deceased
GEORGE CHERTKOP *^teasea-
vs CKAWFORD, Plaintiff
JOHN HENRY CRAWFORD.
TO SfflfUB; ^Bl/ca'tVon"'
TO. JOHN HENRY CRAWFORD
Yfii^ rSt?'1 ,'>''"',ss L-nhriown
thiP. n^R?, HEREBY NOTIFIED
mel a'nt for d,vorce has been
.i7rrt ^ Bt yOU' and >'ou are re-
I Hred to serve a copy of your >,..
KitY'lI tM,"rfeW?t 'rflK>B-
SSn ii,.,,lm.1 Kl '" "-"quire. 350 Lln-
fili ik .Mlan" lita'h. Florida, and
of ih^VV'S"1".1 """W '" ,h" office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
"f.oefore the-6th day of July. i9.l3
la'ln,Wwti.,hKe <*P 'n aald com-
plaint will be taken as confessed by
C0KnYN^L?VKRN YSELFAC-
Dated: May 28, 1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
< MTfe of the Circuit Court
,. B>: M. C. GREEN,
ffi<VM Depu,y Clerk
Sole Owners
iTTERS, HBIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Owners
(M Seybold Bide.
6/19-26 7/3-10
NOTICS OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Clapttr 20722 Act* of 141
File A-17W1
K is UKRiflBY GIVEN that
li.UIMNR. hrfder of County Tax
- Ccrfi/lc*U No. 6033. Issued the
day of May, A.D. 151. has filed
i my office, and has made ap-
i 'or a tax deed to be Issued
Said Certificate embraces
owing described property In
oiy of Dade, State of Florida,
I'l I, University Park. Plat Book
ee 16, In the County of Dade,
>".- of I lorlda.
-i-.-snient of said property
i i he said certificate was In the
' of: DR. f. It. TRAYNOR.
Hd (ertifloate shall be re-
'l a.-t-nrdlng to law, the property
.....i herein- will be aold to the
bidder at the Court House
<'ii the first Monday In the month
\ '-' !, which Is the 3rd day
kk'iiM, ma.
kt'l this 15th day of June, 1953.
LE-THS31MAN.
Clerk of Clicult Court,
Dade County, Florida.
cu.t Court Seal)
By JJ. O. 6TBRRETT,
, ,PP " 7/J-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOU8
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PORCELAIN REPAIR COMPANY
(not Inc.). at 1504 S.W. 3rd Ave..
Miami, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
JACK W. KENNEDY
LBONARD KALisii
Attorney for Applicant
1001 DuPont Bldg.
6/5-12-19-26
NOTHCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HOUSTON CABINET SHOP, at 1352
N.W. 2!ith Street. Miami, Florida. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.-
MARY E. HOUSTON
CHARLES J. BODNER, ESQ.
Attorney for Houston Cabinet Shop
t/5-12-19-26
3TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
,., NAME LAW
1.1s' ra RRfc?Y GIVEN that
derslgned, desiring to engage In
SHORE- BBAtTTT SALON, at
'"v Avenue. Miami Beach,
> resiaur aaM name with the
'he CTrfult Court of Dade
M'l. t lorlda.
lLlJAM^9HOI.WUIAN (Owner)
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BETTY'S AND TEDDYS RESTAUR-
ANT, at 2506 N.W. 2nd Ave.. Miami.
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk' of the. Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
THEODORE A. A
ELIZABETH J. MONDZELEWSK1
STEPHEN F. KESSLER
Attorney for Applicants
4 S.W. 2tnd Ave.
S/U-II-26 7/1
,, ,.N.?T,CE T0 CREDITORS
J-. .AND FOH DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 30347-a
In Re: ESTATE OF
SAMUEL J. PASKOW. Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
Bat r Demands Against Said
_ y,'2!1,_,and.eacn of >ou. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of SAMUEL J. PASKOW. de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, and file the same in
their office In the County Courthouse
In Dade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Date June 5. A.D. 1933.
QBRTBCDB FURNARI.
As Executrix of the Last Will
and Testament of
SAMUEL J. PASKOW,
Deceased.
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF, ESQ.
Attorney for Executrix
6/12-19-26 7/3
isj -r^?TJCE TO CREDITORS
oTAHNEDCFUoNRTY D^D^^CO^tV
vFSP Ml I.I.Kit, Deceased
i_ .!';""""" and All Persons Hav-
Iteid B?tte: r Demand'' AKalnst
You, and each of you, are hereby-
required to present any
demands which you, or
t any
either of you. may have against' the
tate'Vi. S.IM''N' M1'^ER deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In their
offices in the County Courthouse in
Uade County, Florida, within eight
oalendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
,.?iiand Presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Date June 10. A.D. 1953
PAULINE MILLER.
As Executrix of the Last Will
and Testament of
SIMON MILLER, Deceased
GERSHON S. MILLER
Attorney for Mrs. Pauline Miller
6/19-26 7/3-10
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 24,483
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
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
JO-DEL HAIRSTYLIST, at 2617 S.W.
37th Ave., Miami, intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida
JOSEPHINE R MANILOFF
FANNIE D. ROFFLER
6/o-12-19-26
,., N.J,CE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
f^VfNTH JUD'.:IAL CIRCUIT OP
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 169950
SADYE O. ROSE, Plaintiff,
JOSE GONZALEZ RODRIGUEZ
and PRUDENCIA S. deGONZALEZ,
his wife, and JEROME ANAPOL.
doing business as DRUG CENTER.
Defendants.
SUIT FOR INJUNCTION AND
_ OTHER RELIEF
TO: JOSE GONZALEZ, also known as
JOSE GONZALEZ RODRIGUEZ,
?,n.d. PRUDENCIA 8. deGON-
ZALEZ. his wife
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of complaint for Injunction and Other.
Relief has been filed against you, and
you are required to serve a copy of
your Answer or Pleading to the Bill
of Complaint on the plaintlfrs At-
torneys, MYERS. HEIMAN & KAP-
LAN. 650 Seybold Building. Miami.
Florida, and file the original Answer '
or Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
6th day of July, 1953. If you fail to
do so. Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FIXJRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 29th day of May, A.D.
1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. GREEN,
Deputy Clerk.
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
650 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida
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
KEN LAST & CO. (Not Inc.), at 4825
N.W. 17th Avenue, Miami .Florida.
Intends to register snld name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
KENNETH M. LAST
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Owner
5/29 6/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Final Discharge as Executrix of the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
JIh VL? ,y* *"i N i Y^iTfcl/ ,he undersigned, desiring to engage In
and that on the 2nd day of July, 1953, -
I will apply to the Honorable County
CE iWrLAwCT,T,ou*
fVnTr\ IS HKRBBY OrVEN that
'undersigned, desiring to engage In
11 on, "XyUlHlTB LINENS,
t*'i 1* ***' Mlaml ">. In-
f ?X.1*t''p a,d "ame with the
WT. P*ld cv,t Court of Dade
-- tv,-i2_:if?ma FRANKE1'
I urul
l| .
CK X?P** FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
E IS HEREBY GIVEN that
'?-.,!*,'"" '''ring to engage In
M.-i n"J. Ul# 'I'-tltloua name of
L in. SAR" *** NV/ 'th St..
h. Vm to register said name
'* bounty,VorTd.^"" CUrt
^v p. keV^br1 WELLa
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BISCAYNB RESTAURANT, at 1 Col-
lins Avenue. Miami Beach. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JOSEPH BANOWITZ, Sole Owner
LEONARD KALISH '
Attorney for Owner
1001/ DuPont Building
5/2 1/5-12-19
Judges of Dade County. Florida, for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge as Executrix of the
estate of LOOS MINSK, deceased.
This 2nd day of June, 1953.
AH HIE MINSK,
As Executrix of the estate of
LOUIS MINSK. Deceased.
MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Executrix
6/5-12-1J-26
business under the fictitious name of
AMERICAN PLASTIC CO., at 2309
S.W. 32nd Avenue, Miami, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
F. BENJAMIN FELDMAN
5/tt 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
AVIRL1M JEWELERS, at 1611 Jeffer-
son Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ROBERT GOLDBERG, sole owner
GEOROE J. TALIANOrF
Attorney for Applicant
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THI COUNTV JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30339-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
ELIZABETH MURAR. Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of ELIZABETH MURAR, de-
ceased late of Dede County, Florida,
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, and file the same In
their offices In the County Courthouse _
In Dade County, Florida, within eight Attorney for Executor
calendar months from the date of the 6/1S-26 7/3-10
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Date May 23. A.D. 1953.
IS'AIMiR FINE
MRS. ELSIE M KINNEY
As Executors of the Last Will
and Testament of
ELIZABETH MURAR.
Deceased.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Estate of
Elisabeth Murar
S/ I/5-U-1*
OAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA
1(4 COUNTY JUDGES" COURT
no. men
RE: ESTATE OF
MAURICE BRAUNSTEIN.
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby give* that 1 nave
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Executor of the
estate of MAURICE BRAUNSTEIN.
deceased: and that on the 20th day of
July, 1953, will apply to the Honorable
FRANK B. BOWLING. County Judge
of Dade County. Florida, for approval
of said final report and for final dis-
charge as Executor of the Estate of
MAURICE HRAUNSTEIN. deceased.
This 12th day of June, 1953.
s/ JULES BRAUNSTEIN
MAX. R SILVER
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 1597S4.
STEPHEN ARDITO. Plaintiff,
vs.
CARMALA ARDITO. Defendant.
TO: CARMALA ARDITO. Via Porta
Carrese, Monte Calvarl, #31,
Naples. Italy
You are required to serve a copy
of your answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's
attorney, and to file the original ans-
wer in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 30th
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 the
25th day of May, 1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: WM. W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
Name and Address of
Plaintiff's Solicitor: ,
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN -
1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Florida
5/29 6/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
the undersigned, desiring to engage la
business under the fictitious name of
I'ANELGLAS COMPANY, at 1042 B.,
29th Street, Hlaleah, intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
ART DISNER
6/5-12-19-26
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Air Expanding Jewish Agency
By DORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1953, J.wish TIt-
graphic Agency, Inc.)
The American Zionist movement
is now facing a major decision
which will provoke nationwide dis-
cussion. The issue is: Should the
Jewish Agency be expanded to in-
clude leaders of non-Zionist groups,
as was the case in 1929, when the
Agency was enlarged? This issue is
coming to the fore in view of the
fact that Israel Premier David Ben-
Gurion and Agency Chairman Dr.
Nahum Goldmann as well as
other top Israel personalities and
leaders of the World Zionist move-
mentare strongly advocating in
elusion of non-Zionists in the Jew-
ish Agency. The matter was pre-
sented to leaders of American
Zionist groups early this month at
a closed meeting in New York at
which Dr. Goldmann outlined the
reason* for bringing the non-Zion-.
ists into the Jewish Agency.
While ZOA leaders oppose the
plan, other American Zionist
groups seem to favor it, at least
experimentally. A decision on this
issue will be adopted at the plen-
ary session of the Jewish Agency
executive this month. Meanwhile,
the Labor Zionist groups in this
country decided this week to affili-!
ate with the Jewish Labor Commit-
tee from which they have remain- '
ed aloof all the years of the Com-1
mitteo's existence. The move was
made with a view to strengthen the
position of the Jewish Labor Com- ;
mittee when it speaks on matters '
concerning Israel. How the move- '
ment to bring the non-Zionists into
the Jewish Agency will affect the |
contemplated American Zionist j
Aaembly, which is to be convoked I
by the American Zionist Council. I
i- Dot clear to any of the Zionist i
leaders at the present moment.
However, plans are being map-
ped to have the Assembly take
place during the week of Chanuka.
Each Zionist group in the United (
tea will elect delegates to the
Assembly which will be a kind of i
jn American Zionist Congress!
fashioned after the model of the
World Zionist Congress This will i
be the first time in the history of
the American Zionist movement
that all Zionist Groups in the coun-
try will meet in a united body and
not in separate conventions.

With the graduation season ap
proaching its end, a very' interest-
ing picture emerges of the prevail-
ing goals among Jewish students
attending American universities
and colleges. Up to World War II.
about one-quarter of the approxi-
mately 200,000 Jewish students in
this country were engaged in stu-
dying law. Another twenty-five
percent studied dentistry. More
than fifteen percent studied medi-
cine, and over twenty percent took
up pharmacy. The picture now is
completely changed. It seems that
American Jewish youths are no
longer keen on becoming doctors,
lawyers or dentists. The tendency
now is to become an engineer, a
physicist or a chemist. At the start
of the "atomic age," a young engi-
neer or scientist has better eco-
nomic prospects than a young law-
yer or doctor.
In fact, a study conducted among
2,300 young Jewish lawyers estab
lished that about one-half of them
bave an income of no more than
$3,000 a year. No wonder, there
fore, that the number of Jewish
youths studying law is now about
ten percent less than in the pre-
war years, and this is the case-with
students attending schools of den-
tistry and pharmacy. In the latter
cases, it is estimated that there are
ten percent less Jewish students
than in the pre-war period. This,
despite the fact that the number of
non-Jews studying medicine, law,
dentistry and pharmacy has in-
creased.

You may not know it, but two-
thirds of all of the 200.000 Jewish
students in this country attend only
50 universities and colleges of the
several thousand institutions of
higher learning in America. There
are at least 500 schools of higher
learning in America where not a
single Jewish student is registered.
This does not include tneological
institutions or the more than 100
Negro schools. Many of the schools
having no Jewish students would
like to have Jews, and some of
them are eren offering special
scholarships to attract Jewish stu-
dents. However, they are located in
small towns or in sections of the
country where the Jewish popula-
tion is very small. On the other
hand, it is estimated that one half
of all the Jewish students in the
United States study in New York.
This is because the Jewish popula-
tion of New York constitutes about
one-half of all the Jews in Amer-
ica and also because the four New-
York municipal colleges offer tui-
tion-free education.
In New York's City College,
among the 22,000 students. In
there are about 80 percent Jews
! Brooklyn College. Jews constitute
,90 percent of the 14,500 students.
At Hunter College, Jewish students
constitute about 60 percent of the
11,000 member student body. At
New York University a tuition
schoolthe 13,000 Jewish students
make up 45 percent of the student
body. Their number is also large
in Columbia University. Queens
College. New School for Social Re-
search. Cooper Union and other
New York institutions of higher
education. In Chicago, Jews con-
stitute 17 percent of all students of
the University of Chicago, about 12
percent at the University of Illinois
and about 10 percent at the North-
western University. They constitute
Home,
Welfare Agencies Aid CJA CleojuJ
Greater Miami's health and wel- Auxiliary, will head ttr
fare institutions which are major J drive among
beneficiaries in the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal this week pledged then-
all-out help in assisting the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation's
cleanup campaign.
Board members of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center,
headed by Stanley C. Myers, ac-
cepted 300 outstanding pledge as-
signments according to an an-
nouncement by Executive Director
Kfraim Gale.
Mrs. Sor Slverman, president of
the Jewish Home for the Aged
memheti of
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12 percent at Boston University.
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percent of the Temple University
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Pittsburgh and about 12 percent at
the University of Michigan.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1953 %  oreign Exchange tfudents At loiuit Sinai Tv.d foreign exchange students, iic from Havana and the other a |atfve of the British West Indies, lave heen accepted as members of be next class at Mount Sinai HosJ's School of Practical Nursing k-hich began June 12th. The rho? was accredited for the aceptance of foreign exchange stills through the Educational Exliange Service of the State Deartment as of the beginning of (ie year. Three students are already enDlled in the school under this proram and will shortly complete the ear's training; in practical nursg. They are Miss Rose Merin, Irlm came'to the United States as I refugee from Germany; Miss Sigia Duran, from Colombia, South Imerica; and Miss Gilberte Monpte. whose home is in the Province Quebec, Canada. A ire-requisite for acceptance is (ul student* Dive a fair knowledge the English language so as to nderstand (kef lectures and demnstraticms, according to Miss rieda Lcbensbaum, director of the bhool of Practical Nursing. Thated June 8. 1953. KB. LEATHERMAN. ,„.„, truvag* •*e/12-19-26 — 7/3 Deputy Clerk ^M£tem*iL LEGAL NOTICE N0T,CE N^^UJ^OTT IS ^TKI-.IKNV.'^^.,^' 1 '-THORPE 6/12-19-26 '7/j M WTATSV^'' N.Vr.,<*. D S CHARGE AL F"'"l Dischar^' an d ,l'*"l'on for NOTICE uNDER-FTcTTrTo^i -NOTICE .^^^To.VEV tha, •^.undersigned, desiring to engage in C.rcu.tCou^to^r^^^K^^ SIDNEY GELBER OERSHON 8. 5r,IS R GELBER 6/12-19-26 7/8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .. NOT I CE l8 HKREHY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In SabteT ^t %  f','' Mlr cl Mile, Coral i.aDies, Fla., Intends to register said CouTt Z U ?> • h %. r1 "" [ MASI, Plaintiff, V K 'i!^.''AJVL_Def.„ has been filed Hn -, ,*,"": ni• ? you are required to fn. oi>> of your Answer or Plead Answer ,,':, K" f !' e ,he orleinHl %  or Pleading In th ^1 SGAL NOTICE V^4 original office of NOTiCE UNOM^T,^, that gage in NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVFV WILLIAM HANDELMAN IRENE HANDB£MAN HARRY Sa&i&P" 5 ** 6/?9' 26 "-"7 / 3 R Jd Miam !eaCh "• In v ; v '" ""• l!ln "f Complain, c, S LKATHERMAN, 1 !• -fk. i irrult Court, (Cinci-iT .•" %  '.'; '""" l >-. Florida ILIRI.LIT COCRT SEAL) By M. C. GREEN. 6/12-19-26 7/V ePUly C erk NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVI-v that the "nd_ersigned. _desiri„g_ ,„ In^ge'fn cAJT^;R u p n ^c ^ K t A h c t J lc 4 i!! ou • ~ !" • oV'lUe^Co'u'nty SUi lrCUU| K V..^ £ ANTuK His Wife ctoims and demands whlrh v. Miami name Court N r,£S^ N J V JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA RE: ESTAT^OF 8572 0 *,ii'J?J: : ""-'KKNSO.N, Deceased APPLICATION FOR FINAL ,.„,„„ DISCHARGE fii.i !" ,T .. lB here by given that I have nnal Dis K a / ''" 0rt # nd pe,1,1 'or ..i-V nl tn arge as Executor of the ceatld and R ?h S ^ D 'CKENSON, a e Julv iv? ini at on ,he Sth "ay of FRANK : R tw.&'I'&J? y? e Honorable of ii.i ,• DowI 'H''"' ,ss L-nhriown thiP. n^ R ?, HEREBY NOTIFIED mel !" £" a nt for d,vorce has been %  i7rrt ^ Bt yOU and >' ou ar e reI Hred to serve a copy of your >„,.. KitY'lI t M,"rfeW ? t 'rflK>BSSn ii,.,, LM. 1 Kl '"• •"-"quire. 350 Llnfili IK •.• Mlan lita 'h. Florida, and of ih^VV'S" 1 ". 1 """W '" ,h office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on "f.oefore the-6th day of July. i 9 l3 la'ln, W wti. ,h K e <*P 'n aald complaint will be taken as confessed by C0KnYN^L? VKRN Y !" SELFACDated: May 28, 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN, < MTfe of the Circuit Court ,„„.„ B >: M. C. GREEN, ffi<VM Depu,y Clerk Sole Owners iTTERS, HBIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Owners (M Seybold Bide. 6/19-26 — 7/3-10 NOTICS OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Clapttr 20722 — Act* of 141 File A-17W1 •K is UKRiflBY GIVEN that li.UIMNR. hrfder of County Tax Ccrfi/lc*U No. 6033. Issued the day of May, A.D. 151. has filed i my office, and has made api 'or a tax deed to be Issued Said Certificate embraces owing described property In oiy of Dade, State of Florida, I'l I, University Park. Plat Book ee 16, In the County of Dade, >".of I lorlda. -i-.-snient of said property i i he said certificate was In the of: DR. f. It. TRAYNOR. Hd (ertifloate shall be re•'l a.-t-nrdlng to law, the property i hereinwill be aold to the bidder at the Court House <'ii the first Monday In the month \ % % % %  '-' !, which Is the 3rd day kk'iiM, ma. kt'l this 15th day of June, 1953. £ LE-THS31MAN. Clerk of Clicult Court, Dade County, Florida. cu.t Court Seal) By JJ. O. 6TBRRETT, ,„ ,PP resiaur aaM name with the 'he CTrfult Court of Dade M'l. t lorlda. l Ll J AM ^ 9 HOI.WUIAN (Owner) NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BETTY'S AND TEDDYS RESTAURANT, at 2506 N.W. 2nd Ave.. Miami. Intend to register said name with the Clerk' of the. Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. THEODORE A. A ELIZABETH J. MONDZELEWSK1 STEPHEN F. KESSLER Attorney for Applicants 4 S.W. 2tnd Ave. S/U-II-26 — 7/1 ,, ,. N .? T,CE T0 CREDITORS J-. „. AND FOH DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 30347-a In Re: ESTATE OF SAMUEL J. PASKOW. Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons HavBat r Demands Against Said y,'2! 1, _, and eacn of >ou. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you. may have against the estate of SAMUEL J. PASKOW. deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in their office In the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date June 5. A.D. 1933. QBRTBCDB FURNARI. As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of SAMUEL J. PASKOW, Deceased. GEORGE J. TALIANOFF, ESQ. Attorney for Executrix 6/12-19-26 — 7/3 ISJ -r^?TJ CE TO CREDITORS £ o T A H N E D C F U o N R TY D^D^^CO^TV vFSP£ Ml I.I.Kit, Deceased i_ .! %  %  ;""""" and All Persons HavIteid B?tte: r Demand '' AKalnst You, and each of you, are herebyrequired to present any demands which you, or t any either of you. may have against' the tate'Vi. S IM '' N M1 '^ER deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices in the County Courthouse in Uade County, Florida, within eight oalendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn ,.?ii and Presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date June 10. A.D. 1953 PAULINE MILLER. As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of SIMON MILLER, Deceased GERSHON S. MILLER Attorney for Mrs. Pauline Miller 6/19-26 — 7/3-10 IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 24,483 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 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of JO-DEL HAIRSTYLIST, at 2617 S.W. 37th Ave., Miami, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida JOSEPHINE R MANILOFF FANNIE D. ROFFLER 6/o-12-19-26 ,., %  N .J ,CE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE f^VfNTH JUD'.:IAL CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 169950 SADYE O. ROSE, Plaintiff, JOSE GONZALEZ RODRIGUEZ and PRUDENCIA S. deGONZALEZ, his wife, and JEROME ANAPOL. doing business as DRUG CENTER. Defendants. SUIT FOR INJUNCTION AND OTHER RELIEF TO: JOSE GONZALEZ, also known as JOSE GONZALEZ RODRIGUEZ, ?, n d PRUDENCIA 8. deGONZALEZ. his wife You are hereby notified that a Bill of complaint for Injunction and Other. Relief has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintlfrs Attorneys, MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN. 650 Seybold Building. Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 6th day of July, 1953. If you fail to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FIXJRIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 29th day of May, A.D. 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. GREEN, Deputy Clerk. MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Plaintiff 650 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida 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 KEN LAST & CO. (Not Inc.), at 4825 N.W. 17th Avenue, Miami .Florida. Intends to register snld name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. KENNETH M. LAST MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Owner 5/29 — 6/5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Final Discharge as Executrix of the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that JIH VL? ,y* "i N i Y^iTfcl/ ,he undersigned, desiring to engage In and that on the 2nd day of July, 1953, I will apply to the Honorable County CE iWrLAw CT,T,ou f VnTr\ IS HKRBBY OrVEN that 'undersigned, desiring to engage In . In„f ?X. 1 t '' p %  a,d "ame with the WT. P*ld cv,t Court of Dade •-tv,-i2_:if? ma FRANKE1 I urul l| CK X?P** FICTITIOUS NAME LAW E IS HEREBY GIVEN that % -.,!*,'"" %  ''• %  'ring to engage In M.-i n"J. Ul# 'I'-tltloua name of L in. S AR *** NV/ 'th St.. •h. VM %  to register said name '* bounty,VorTd.^"" C Urt ^•v P. KEV^BR 1 WELLa NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BISCAYNB RESTAURANT, at 1 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOSEPH BANOWITZ, Sole Owner LEONARD KALISH Attorney for Owner 1001/ DuPont Building 5/2 — 1/5-12-19 Judges of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Executrix of the estate of LOOS MINSK, deceased. This 2nd day of June, 1953. AH HIE MINSK, As Executrix of the estate of LOUIS MINSK. Deceased. MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Executrix 6/5-12-1J-26 business under the fictitious name of AMERICAN PLASTIC CO., at 2309 S.W. 32nd Avenue, Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. F. BENJAMIN FELDMAN 5/tt — 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 AVIRL1M JEWELERS, at 1611 Jefferson Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ROBERT GOLDBERG, sole owner GEOROE J. TALIANOrF Attorney for Applicant i/-n-l-J* NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THI COUNTV JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30339-B In Re: ESTATE OF ELIZABETH MURAR. Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you. may have against the estate of ELIZABETH MURAR, deceased late of Dede County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight Attorney for Executor calendar months from the date of the 6/1S-26 — 7/3-10 first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date May 23. A.D. 1953. IS'AIMiR FINE MRS. ELSIE M KINNEY As Executors of the Last Will and Testament of ELIZABETH MURAR. Deceased. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Estate of Elisabeth Murar S/ — I/5-U-1* OAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA 1(4 COUNTY JUDGES" COURT NO. •men RE: ESTATE OF MAURICE BRAUNSTEIN. Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby give* that 1 nave filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executor of the estate of MAURICE BRAUNSTEIN. deceased: and that on the 20th day of July, 1953, will apply to the Honorable FRANK B. BOWLING. County Judge of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Executor of the Estate of MAURICE HRAUNSTEIN. deceased. This 12th day of June, 1953. s/ JULES BRAUNSTEIN MAX. R SILVER NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 1597S4. STEPHEN ARDITO. Plaintiff, vs. CARMALA ARDITO. Defendant. TO: CARMALA ARDITO. Via Porta Carrese, Monte Calvarl, #31, Naples. Italy You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 30th 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 the 25th day of May, 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By: WM. W. STOCKING Deputy Clerk Name and Address of Plaintiff's Solicitor: MILTON A. FRIEDMAN 1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Florida 5/29 — 6/5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, the undersigned, desiring to engage la business under the fictitious name of I'ANELGLAS COMPANY, at 1042 B., 29th Street, Hlaleah, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ART DISNER 6/5-12-19-26 1 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Tk. 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PAGE 10 B +JmHHtcr*JlM Greater Miami's ""DAY.JUNEJ, RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Synagogue Directory YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE vill hold Friday evening services, at 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning tervices are at 8:30 a.m. Mincha will be at 6:30 p.m., followed by los Seudos under the sponsorship of Solomon Lobcl. president. • • • BETH DAVID CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning tervices are at 9 a.m.. when the Mitzvah of Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kane, will take place. Floral offerings will be by the Kanes in honor of their son. Mincha is at 6:15 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m.. and at 6:45 p.m. eve BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m.. when Dr. Shmaryahu T. Swirsky will discuss the Weekly Portion. A class in Talmud is scheduled for 5 p.m Mincha is at 6 p.m.. followed by ShahM Seudos. • • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will T-old services on Friday evening at I 3 i p.m.. with Reverend Rudolph E. Brill officiating. Saturday rorning services are at 9 a.m.. when John Harris, son of Mr. and In Louis Harris, will become Bar %  it,\ah Kiddush will follow. • • • MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday %  ,ing services at 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 am., with Rabbi Simon April dis. -:ng: Self Control. Cantor BerKelemcr will render the muil portion of the liturgy A dan Mishna is scheduled for 5:30 mUowed bj Mincha and e e TEMPLE SiNAI will hold Friday sen icea at 8 p.m. Dr. %  nent Geronemus. president. conduct UM service, with CanU r Jo rb W tfalek rendenns the ei i portion of the liturgy. Kidwill be recited by Barry Gold. a Of Mr and Mrs Bernard l The One;. Shabbat will %  ; nsored by Dr. Geronemus :rday morning serviCM are at THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY PROGRAM oi ".Si'wish Foruin On The Air" EVERY SUNDAY 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Station: WMIE (1140 on dial) With Variees features Produced and Directed by 9 a.m.. and will be conducted by ; Reverend Mordechai Haalman. Daily services are at 9 a.m. • • • TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with Dr. Jacob H. Kap1 Ian officiating. 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.. when Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will discuss the 1 Weekly Portion. Shalos Seudos will conclude the Sabbath observ, ance. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and at 6:45 p.m. CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Subject of Rabbi Morris Skop's sermon is: The Ad vent Of Fathers Day. Cantor Irving Robinson will render the musical portion of the liturgy. Saturday morning services are at 9:45 a.m.. and will be followed by the Kiddush of Sanctification. • • e MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening senices at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m.. when Rabbi Irving Lehrman will discuss the Weekly Portion. Daily Services are in the chapel at 8 a.m.. and at 7 p.m. • • • NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Harry Ettinger officiating. The Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. M. Shore. • • • HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. with Reverend Leo Heim officiating. Subject of his sermon is scheduled as: Israel's Cultural Problem. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m.. when Jerry Norman, son of Mr and Mrs. Al A.-kowitz. will become Bar Mitzvah. His parents will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat following. • • • ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 7 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Morton Malavsky will officiate. Subject of his sermon is scheduled as: The Commandment — Every Father To Son Mincha is at 6:30 p.m.. followed bv Shalos Seudos. Agudath l a r aa l Rabbi IMIC Ever. Orthodox, .'.-i Ttth W Miami Bench. B.tn David — K.iMil Mas Shapim. Conservative. :2i HW rd Ave.. *•!" -a Beth El— Dr. Shmaryahu Swlrefcy, Ortbodox, .v.' BW 17th Ave., Miami Beth Jacob--K.ihbi M>i Mewhelorf. tirihmiox. SOl-Jll Wafh. Ave.. MB. Beth SholamK.ililil 1 -->n Kronlah. Liberal. 4144 t'huee Ave., M.B. Beth Tiiiah liai'M JaoepB Ratckpvkv. Orthodox, *3S Euclid Ace., Miami lteach Coral Cable*-Rahul Morrla Skop. liberal. 120 ralermo Ave. C. <:.iM.- Downtown 8/naoogu* Orthodox. 1J.> NW 3rd Ave.. Miami. Flagl*r.Granada--.">U NW 61st Place, Miami. Hebrew Academy — Rabbi Alexander proaa, Orthor. Joseph Narot. Reform. 137 Nr" tth St.. Miami Tample Sinsi. The Jewish Community I Center of Hollywood. Rahhl Duvld Shapiro Conservative. 1030 Polk St.. Holfyil I Tlferetn Israel — 6i00 N. Miami Ave.. Mlam West Miami—Rabhl Alfred Waxman. Conservative, 5T20 SW 17th St.. Miami. Young Israel — Orthdox. 4001 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Zamora—Reverend Rudolf Brill. Conservative. 44 Zamora Ave., Coral Gablea Hood Samaritan Award Formed The establishment of a Southern Good Samaritan Award by the Variety Club was announced this week by Ed Melniker, Chief Barker of Tent 33. The award will be presented to an outstanding volunteer in children's philanthropic work in Greater Miami, Melniker said. June 28th is the time set for the presentation of the citation at a testimonial dinner scheduled for the Saxony Hotel. A committee headed by Maurey L. Ashmann, of Film Art Murals, has been named and is arranging for selection of the outstanding personality. Assisting here are George Hoover, Oscar E. Dooly, Daniel J. Mahoney, Mitchell Wolfson and Dick Stern. The Good Samaritan Award is one of a number of projects sponsored by the Variety Club, includ! ing Variety Children's Hospital, i where there were 31.231 children I treated in the Out-Patient Clinic | last year. Since March, 1950. some 69,589 out-patient days at the clinI ic were held, with 7,631 children being admitted to the hospital itself. Waterman's SKYWRITER Abraham Dortf Surrumbs At 65 Abraham Dorff, of 972 SW 3rd Street, died on June 6th, at the. age of 65. Originally from Passaic. New Jersey. Dorff retired from business an.I settled in the Miami area. He was a member of the Beth El Congregation and Farband Labor Zion{ ist Order III during the past two years, he' succumbed in Passaic while visiting his family. Interment took' place on June 7th. Survivors include his wife, Ethel: a son. Norman; one daughter, Miriam Hochlu'iM-r; six grandchildren: and four sisters. Zelda Licbman, Tillie Ludwig. Annette Kwartler and Clair Schapiro. 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ews. Ljnr, TO NE 19, 19S3 [wly Coi^leteclfWmestead Jewish nter Meets Area's Cultural Needs recently completed Homeaccomplishment. Currently memjewish Center is already %  |n g with social and cultural ties, bringing interest and ina to families residing in the expanding community a liles south of Miami. o operation by the efforts 25 Jewish families and aid of many Homestead „„, the Center now holds Friday evening services un leadership of B. Gertz. The is a recent presentation of Neuman family. [nesday night Is Men's night, hursday nights are set aside he ladies who have been cn|g in numerous fund raising Ities. Herman Marks, presistresses the activities of at the Homestead Center. take over on Saturday eve„" he explained, in discusslie newly scheduled programs -iiigurated on Sunday morning IT. and Mrs. Alexander Levine, armony Acres, was a brunch| series, including juice, lox. Is, cheese, eggs and coffe, with *ds going to the Sunday 01 which is under the direcof Mrs. Ethel Levine, a Lear pi teacher, and Miss Barbara ^JewistifhrlcHar PAGE 5 b hat with its rapidly expanding (ities. the Homestead Center use all sorts of help. The vig community in which it seems proud of the Center's bers are on a silent hunt for a ano which would aid their social programs inestimably. If they just happen to trip over one they could make the Homestead Center mighty happy. Mrs. Cirlin Is Hostess To Miami Art League Jeanette F. Cirlin will be hostess to members of the Miami Art League during the group's June meeting at the home of Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Cirlin, 1754 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach, on Friday evening at 8 p.m. Eddy Mirell, who recently opened the Mirell Gallery in Coconut Grove, will discuss: New Gallery Problems. New members will alsc presen t autobiog raphical sketches JNF Council To Mark Father's Day Sunday The Jewish National Fund Coun cil of South Florida will celebrate Father's Day on Sunday, June 21st with a special broadcast over the Jewish Hour of station WMBM at noon. Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais, newly elected president of the Hadassah Chapter of Greater Miami, and Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky, spiritual leader of Congregation Beth El, will be guest speakers. Shown aoove is a group of the workers who canvassed the Miami Jewish community on be-' half of Israel Bonds during BIG Day here last Sunday. In the insert are Mrs. Manuel Burstein, Miami BIG Day chairman, receiving reports on the progress of purchasing at the Bureau of Jewish Education building with Rabbi Morton Malavsky, Israelite Center spiritual leader. Bernard I. Binder, BIG Day Commander, termed the one-day intensive sales effort "a success." At the rame time, Joseph Rose, chairman of Israel Bonds in the Greater Miami area. i, wm DC guesi speaKers. expressed his appreciation to residents for their "generous efforts and help" in making inThey will be introduced by Jacvestment capital available to help ease the economy of the Jewish State. Some $25,000 worth ob Schachter, program director. of bonds were sold by volunteers. %  BM



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PAGE GK d .MB [ fl *gfc.w Ronald J. Mann, son of Mrs. Frances B. Mann, graduated from Tulane Medical School oa June 2nd He will be ?in his intern -h'p at Jackson Memorial Hospital on July 2nd Dr. Mann is also a graduate of .the University of Florida, where be was elected to [Phi Beta Kappa land received his degree Sume Cum Laude His brother. Stuart Mann, has just completed one year of medical studies at Tulane and is also scheduled to receive the AB degree there Happy Holiday Camp Has Orientation Hillel's Happy Holiday Summer Camp, which will operate during June. July and August at the Hide! House. 3306 Ponce de Leon Boule\ard. Coral Gables, had its first orientation party on Friday, under the direction of Mrs Morris A. Skop and Mrs Lee Elman. A full program of summer activr.:es. including swimming, arts and crafts, athletics. Hebrew songs and pames were administered by the staff of teachers Malcom Furman was supervisor of Athletics. Miss Barbara Levy and Mis Max BM Gerstenfeld supervised outdoor tames and arts and crafts and -*:.T.ming. Mrs Skop has had many year* cf experience in summer camping having been director of religious MM dramatic programs at Camp Lehman in New York Weekly dramatic presentations and lessons in creative drawing will be given the children from the five to 12 year ie-.el. she said A morning session for children. 3 to 5 i< also included Registra t.on will continue at the Hillel House to June 15th An cdnuier watches underwater mermaid Underwater TV Show Is First For This Area Another first for Florida via the video channels is the first time a live television show was idea for wonderful dairy meals Father'i Day Celebration A Fathers Day surprise package celebration will be held at the Roxy Hotel's outdoor patio on Suncay. June 21st. In charge are Miss Eve Glassman. Perry and Morns fcubis and Jack Fine Any time is time foi Tarn Tarn Seven Arts Festival In New Hampshire Annual Festive of the Seven Arts will be held from July 5th to 19th at the Lake Tarleton Club. Pike. New Hampshire, summer resort. Featured speakers during the festival this year will include Dr. Abram Sachar. president of Bran deis University; Dr. Dudley Weinberg. of Temple Sholom. Boston: Blanche Yurka. actress: Arthur Heintzelman. curator of prints. Boston Museum: and James Rudel conductor of the New York City Civic Opera Lake Tarleton is owned by the Jacobs family, operators and owners of the Lord Tarleton Hotel. Miami Beach. I the perfect'cracker I Hold on! Tain't ihst e*ry to break a man's grip oo Tain Tadi... the cracker folks fall for si very £ntbkr!Try *etn with juices. Decision: dtiuiout! s MAMSCHEWITZ MATZOS Orkim Slatrtt Xi'ir Ranftlon The Orkin Exterminating Company, pest control company, recently announced plans for further expansion. Otto Orkin. founder and presi dent now celebrating his 52nd year in the business, announced that the company will soon begin operations in two heretofore uncovered states —Colorado and Nebraska Fifteen new branch location' are scheduled in the expansion program. Founded in 1901. the Orkin Company now operates 251 offices in major cities of 24 states, the District of Columbia and the Island of Cuba underwater for the Alec Gibsen show from the pool and ocean area' at the Algiers Hotel With cameras focused on the hour long aquascene. the under-. water shots were caught by a spej eial type rig designed by the I WTYJ engineering department. 1 With a large and small mirror to catch the reflection of the under filmed' water doings, the camera could shoot out to the scene underwater, like a periscope This is the first time the locallydesigned prop has ever been used | to photograph submarine scenes. Another first for the local show is an underwater commercial. With an authentic audio on film, bub bles and all. Gibson gave the commercial for the Amana Home Freexer submerged in the Algiers swimming pool. Added attraction when the door was opened was the mermaid that emerged. Gloria Goodman, of Miami Beach, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Good-, man. 4396 Pinetree Drive, swam out of the home freezer. The poolside video show was handled by Bob Johnson of WTVJ and Alec Gibson who created the entire program They decided upon the Algiers Hotel as the perfect background for a Miami Beach locale to their aquashow 1733 Kelloggi CornFlaket,*,'! baked to a rich, goIdtiM [ and brought oven-lrat your table, are toacflki you'll want to lervc otafa j dairy meals. They're nMl tasting, flavored to W.M Kellogg J still-secret redaf.1 so nut:::: JUS ... and to mi pensive, too. Keep ptaral hand-get the big,' package. of Bottle Cmk • May be MM %  aft* Jewish hoam Distributed by N. W. 7tk Awe* El S'l I ood IV neat! EVERYONE LOVES.. AUGUSTB/fOS. Mitfl CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PRONE $-5537 THE BREA*, V/CNNA 'B0H£M1AM*Y£•PUMEMCUL • F*£NCA*Bfi£AD• £&?> !" L AUGUST SBOSBREAV %  •



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19. 1953 >in Sees Senate As Danger t inued from Pago 1 A from the text for publicahr. Einstein told reporters j would himself refuse to tes|ca!lcd before a Congressionmittee. Einsi.in charged in his letkt "reactionary politicians" (.tilled suspicion of all intelI efforts and were now pros to suppress freedom of Eg and to starve those who t prove submissive. jiri that the only course open [minority of Intellectuals was Vvcilutionary way of non-coton in the seiptVpf Gandhi's. I intellectualjrfso is called [„nr <>f the committees ought %  setatestify, i-e. he must be ed for jail and economic short,.far,l*# sacrifice of jsonal welfare pi his coun%  bfefcior Efllstela declared. refusaj to, f#*Ufy must be [on, .the assfrtipn that it is ;ul tor ;i blameless citizen to to MKII n i inquisition and (us kind of inquisition viohe spirit,of the Constitution. fnough people axe ready to ni grave step they will be kful. If riot, then the intelof this country deserve better than the slavery [is intended for them," he ed. iblanca Players Tomorrow the first' time, a Miami [hotel will stage a season of feional plays when the CasaPlayers open the first of age plays on June 20th. jng for the legitimate shows the Club Morocco of the front Casablanca Hotel at fcrcct and Collins Avenue. phing off the summer series I 'rtir Constant Wife. Direct*JB££fia*fcc $ Hirst* te plays is Sam Hirsch, a in Florida 'theatrical cirio is on leave of absence p# University of Miami praDepartmeiit. Producing the [will be Al Balin, of Miami Professional actresses and [will be featured in the sumies. a^sL.' ling the final curtain each 'eater goers will be able 1 dancing and refreshments £Club Morocco which is the ne night club of the Casa[ Somerset Maugham comedy i 'Will rise at 8t40 p.m. Inin the cast are "Scampy %  Kent Lewellyn, Barbara Irs, Sybil Rubin, Evelyn King, L s Clifford, John Behney, dcoff and Selig Rubin. F>">n. Miss Ktag. Behney and 1" are noted to Miami for %  Performances d"* 4 "*! the an JSnukespeare Festival at the | M which was founded and is F* by Hirach. Lewellyn was [ Edmund this past season ^ Lear. Behney wiU be refer his notable interpreta* Hamlet. Mias King and appeared last year in \WA 4uh*t jKtftfaming Of Mist Marlene Singer Marlene Singer First In Honors Group Miami High School student Marlene Singer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William D. Singer, was first in the honors group among graduates this year. She has been a member of the Student Council, editor-in-chief of the school annual, Miahi, and a member of Tri Alpha for scholastic achievement. Valedictorian at commencement exercises, Marlene also belongs to the Little Women Club, National Honor Society and the Venus Club. Beth El Honors Fathers A Father's Day dinner will be held by Congregation Beth El on Sunday, June 21st, 6:30 p.m. Master of ceremonies is Sidney H. Palmer. PAGE 11 A r r-— ^ Opening for Two Week* ... JUNE 20th thru JULY 5th Nightly at 8:40 p.m. THE CASABLANCA PLAYERS Directed by SAM HIRSCH present THE CONSTANT WIFE By SOMERSET MAUGHAM with All Professional Cost Reservations: Tables $2.50 and 3.70, Tax Inc. Airfoam Chair* — S1.25 and S1-S5, Tax Inc. : n r ,,, ,, MATINEE: SATURDAY, JUNE 27th, at 2:40 p.m. Reservations: 11.25 and $1.85. Tax Inc. : "'" : %  : .I'l'l!' I -.' Phon* 864851—Morocco Room Air Conditioned CASABLANCA HOTEL — 63rd A Collins %  & Mo Charge for Dancing Afterwards New Fedders Room Air Conditioners DELIVERED ^INSTALLED %  Fedders COOLS THE AIR! Exclusive twin evaporators* have the cooling power of 15 refrigerators .. for less than the price of one! Fedders circulate! the air.. ventilate* the room.. with never a draft. Fedders CLEANS THE AIR! Exclusive twin filters* help protect your lungs by catching dust, din, soot and pollen. Help relieve miseries of hay fever, asthma. Keep looms cleaner, cut housework tad dry cleaning bills! tedders DRIES THE AIR! No more muggy diys.ao more soggy nights trying to sleep on a damp nV7 pillo*! Fedders removes up to JOqH. of moisture from the air everyday, keeps it healthfully dty. No pipes needed. fedders NI\V "PUSH BUTTON 1 WEATHER BUREAU Press a button for the weather you want! Ultimate in simple, flexible controls. Greatest new advance ia room ait conditioning. PHONE 58-0434 Nu-Ase Corp. 1667 Alton Road Miami Beach Specialists in Serving Hotels, Apartments, Motels ASK FOR ED OKA BSSI BSSS! •.-.•.% 



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Miitfuaries JAMIN OABRISk LANDAU Hawthorne -AY9., nurfslde, physician, died Wednesday. of th.' American Medical had moved to Surf aide Ago In 1935. He was a Mi; ninnber of FVnal B'rtth. A Mrs. Kdlth L,. L'lttl, of ChlMves hlni. ANNIE HURWICH s\V 19th Ave., died June came here five years ago ford, Conn., and la aurvlved shaud, Morris Hurwlch; two j and Itenjaraln; a daughter, IIii,coldbaiSi three brothers: and five grandchildren. Bar. plai.In Hertford, with local entH by Gordon Funeral SHIRLEY CHAMBERS &7 S1V Third St., died June i.i,iir. Ala. Services took Bay In OordOB'i Miami Chaptuilal In Mount Nebo Cemej Chamber* came here 14 from 1'hlladelphia. b'urvlvJ liei husband, Sf t. Gerald L. Rationed at the West J'alm I ,,i. Illase; daughter, Valson, Ernest Harley; parand Mrs. Ellis P. Verdon, [ SAMUEL SINGER i.l (inner, of 747 WashlngMi.imi Heach, died Saturbeen a Miami Ilench res. VMM. He Is survived by [ Jtanltatte, and a daughter. ile Moskowlts of Miami lsidy was sent to New and burial by Klveriil Reach chapel. Temple Unveiling The dedication of a monument T.U T m0ry of the Iate ^se Temple, formerly of 1759 SW 21st Street will take place Sunday, June 21st. 12 noon, at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery, with Rabbi S. T. Swirsky and Rabbi Morris Skop officiating. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend Singer Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Benjamin Singer, formerly of 805 8th Street. Miami Beach, will take place Sunday, June 21st. 12 noon at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating. Mr. singer is survived by his wife Sophie, and son, Murray, a daughter. Mrs. Libby Echiff. also one grandchild, all of Miami Beach. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. L CKIE ELLENSTEIN no Ave., i'oral Gables, passlay Survived by 3 Raye, Martha, of Coral „,il Eva, >•: Chicago. KeJ. CMI ifO for aervf; :it by Beach MeniorE6THER ROTH ent of Miami, was killed in jcldenl about 11 miles north svllle, M.C., on June sth. was a former Phlladelphian. JHARRY MAROER |10 Byron Avenue, died on A resilient here for the prears, i.. is survived by hie three brothers and two mains were sent to New %  s and Interment liaiul Beach Hlverslde. Mrs. Ginsburg Succumbs Mr. and Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, of Miami Beach, have returned from Chicago. Illinois, after attending the funeral of Mr. Ginsburg's mother, Mrs. Samuel Ginsburg, who passed away suddenly. Interment took place on June 9th, with burial in Chicago. [1SEPH WEINSTOCK tailor, UlIO Bay ltoad, Mip!' died Monday. He came mi,City 10 years ago. Surhis wife, Mrs. Fannie Weln%  sons and a daughter. Heach Chapel sent the body to City. LEXANDER BERQER Collins Ave.. Miami Beach, slay In n loval hospital. Mr. %  Df r l lr "Ml yeu will aave en a new reef later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 a. w. aana Avenue PHONB 4> Cole Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late John J. Cole, formerly of 802 West 43rd Court, Miami Beach, will take place Sunday, June 21st, 11:30 a.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating. Mr. Cole is survived by his wife, Mrs. John J. Cole, one son, Alan, two brothers and two sisters. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Bernstein Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Myles (Mickey) Bernstein, 14, formerly of 521 SW 60th Court, will take place Sunday, June 21st, 10:30 a.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Mickey is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bernstein, one brother, Alan, and one sister, Linda. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Giller Unveiling The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Paul Elliott Giller, formerly of 1220 Pennsylvania Avenue, will take place on Sunday, June 28th, 11 a.m., at Mount Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Mr. Giller was killed in an auto-train accident in Tel Aviv, Israel, on May 4, 1952, at the age of 31. During World War II. he served as a tail gunner in a bomber operating in the Pacific Theater and was attached to the Fifth Bomber Command, 13th Air Force. He was awarded the Victory Medal, Philippine Liberation Medal and a Special Certificate of Merit from Colonel H. H. "Hap" Arnold. He was an active Zionist and was a representative for the Land and Labor Organization sending American youth to Israel for agricultural work and pioneering. He was also head of the Giller Contracting Company, Limited, in Tel Aviv. 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frGE flCJTO HOW O • %  > J u •* i vJewlslincrMlan n nl 1 i Doris Hyman Exchanges Vows With Lawrence Sperling In Rites On Beach Doris Louise Hyman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Hyman 275 West 33rd Street, Miami Beach, became the bride Sunday of Law rence W. Sperling, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sperling. Brooklyn New York, in a single ring ceremony at the Sherry Frontenac Hotel Dr. Joseph R. Narot, spiritual leader of Temple Israel, officiated in the hotel's Palm Room. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was atti red in a floor length white organza gown with a bertha of lace embroidered by sequins and pearls. Her veil of illusion net was attached to a white satin crown studded with pearls and rhincstones. She carried a white satin Bible topped by an or chid and stephanotis. Matron of honor was Mrs. Leslie from the University of Michigan School of Architecture and Design. Her sorority is Sigma Delta Tau. Mr. Sperling attended James Madison High School. Brooklyn, and is also graduating from the University of Michigan in June. He is a member of Phi Sigma Delta Fraternity. Phi Eta Sigma Freshjman Honorary and Pi Sigma Political Science Honorary. At present in the Air Force ROTC. he will enter the University of Michigan School of Law in September. The bride and groom are both being graduated from the University on the same day as their wedding. A reception and dinner followed the ceremony at the Sherry Frontenac Out-of-town guests, in addition to the groom's parents and brother. Stuart, included Mr. Ted Hyman. brother of the bride. Raleigh. North Carolina; Miss Johan-J na Bourne, of New York and form-' } erly of Miami Beach; Mr. Herman Fox. of Greeleyville, South Carolina; Mrs. Beatrice Harris, of Winston Salem. North Carolina; Mr. David Klein, of Cleveland. Ohio; and Mr. Mcrvyn Manning, of Detroit. Michigan. Mrs. lawreac* Sperli§ — 1 %  '..• l>iy r-ix.tn T Bukstel. sister of the bride, attired in a white embroidered organdy gown over a blue taffeta cocktail-length skirt and augmented by a blue taffeta sash and a cascade of pink carnations. Other attendants included Tom Hyman, twin brother of the bride. in charge of the guest book; Lee Harrison Bukstel. nephew of the bride, ring bearer; and Ted and Tom Hyman. brothers of the bride. and Dr. Bukstel. brother-in-law of the bride, ushers. Soloist was Mrs. Leslie T. Bukstel. sister of the bride. Newfewed Mrs. Sperling is a graduate of Miami Beach High School and graduated this month Mrs. Mart** I. Bl—m Mrs. frtitrkk t. Tortr lfci*| Carol Ann, Jessica Beverly Pepper Wed In Double Ceremony Sunday Wedding bells rang for two sisters Sunday at the Roney Plaza Hotel. Miss Jessica Beverly Pepper and Miss Carol Ann Pepper were {he is a member of Alpha The bridegroom attended! al Farragut Naval Acadeej Petersburg. Miami BeaiJ School and the University < ida. At the University of] School and is a graduate of the University of Miami, holding the BBA degree. His fraternity is Pi j Alabama; Lambda Phi. Mr. Turner has just'Pennsylvania; Mr. and Mn received a rating of 2nd Lieutenant' Margoe and daughter, Mis* Liana Newman, of Long Island. New York, flew in for the weekend to be with her fiance. Jerry Kotimsky. who is stationed with the Navy at Key West They were entertained by Mr. Kothnsky's uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Katims. The couple will wed at the Brooklyn Jewish Center in September. — Photo by Artmnrt Wieners Honeymoon | In Smoky Mountains On June 12th. at the Delano Hotel. Miami Beach. Miss Helene Rus kin. daughter of Mrs. Fannie Rus kin. Brooklyn. New York, and the late Max Rusk in became the bride of Marvin I. Wiener, son of Mr. and Mrs Herman Wiener, also of Brooklyn. Rabbi Joseph Narot officiated. Best man was Al Wiener Edith Appelbaum acted as maid of honor. The bride was given in marriage by her uncle. Mr Dan Ruskin. of Miami Beach. She selected a ballerina-length gown of white embroidered organdy over delicate blue taffeta with a shrug packet. Her shoulder-length illusion veil was attached to a bonnet of matching organdy. She carried orchids on a Bible. Newlywed Mrs. Wiener was graduated from Erasmus Hall High School. Brooklyn, and the University of Miami, where she received |the Bachelor of Education degree. Mr. Wiener received the BBA J degree at the University of Miami. He is a member of Pi Lambda Phi ] Fraternity and Alpha Phi Omega i Service Fraternity. The couple will motor to North Carolina where they will honeymoon in the Great Smoky Mountains. They will reside in Atlanta. Georgia, where Mr. Wiener is stationed with the US Army. married in double ring ceremonies with Rabbis Max Shapiro and Joseph Narot officiating. Daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Pepper. 1600 SW 18th Avenue. Jessica and Carol are graduates of Miami Senior High School, where they belonged to Tau Alpha Omega. Jessica also attended the University of Miami and pledged Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority. Frederick Erwin Turner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis R. Turner, Tallahassee, saw his bride, Carol, walk down the aisle on a white satin cloth. Jessica and her bridegroom, Norton Bruce Bloom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bloom. 40 SW 30th Road, Miami, exchanged vows on a blue satin aisle cloth. Matron of honor for newlyweds Mr. and Mrs. Turner was Gloria Turner, the bride's sister-in-law. Sandra Bloom was bridesmaid, with Gloria Pepper acting as junior bridesmaid. Other attendants included Carole Mondress and Nancy Pepper, the bride's cousin. Leak R. Turner was best man for his sen. The bridegroom was ,atoo attended by Melvin Turner, his brother. Ben Horn, Arthur Pep! per, Marshall Pepper, Norman KonIner, Norman Schneider and Stephen Turner. He was a student at Leon High Pi Fraternity and the I A reception for the twi followed at the Among out-of-town guess | Mr. Cy Kronfeld, New Y*' Leonard Pepper. Tallakasstcf Herbert Luria HI, Mr. William Mr. and Mrs Henry PeppsJ tona Beach; Mr. and Mai Dubbin, Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs Jack Kurt! Ben Pepper, Mr. and Mru in the United States Air Force. Maid of honor for Mr. and Mrs. Norton Bloom was Miss Sandra Bloom, the groom's sister. Other attendants included the Misses Nancy Jane Pepper, the bride's j Bubis and Mr and **'fl cousin, Carole Mondress and Glor-; Freid, all of Palm BeaAj ia Pepper, the bride's sister. Also attending were Kj Mr. Ben Bloom was best man for Mrs. Sam Myers, Mr ui\ his son, with the groom's brother,' man Myers, Messrs. *T Sidney Alan, Jr.. acting as ring Frank Myers and Hi. ad | bearer. Other attendants included Norman Schneider, the groom's cousin. Norman Konner. Marshall. Mrs. Bloom went to M* "^ honeyaeec J Pepper, the bride's cousin, and Arthur Pepper, also (he bride's cousin. Dannis Following the r*eWM three-week Mrs. Turner art England states. .loan Kaufman Weds In Candlelight Kites Mr. and Mrs. Murray H. Kaufman, of 977 West 48th Street. Miami Beach, announce the marriage of their daughter. Joan, to Morton Trilling, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Trilling. 4455 Adams Avenue, on Sunday at the Shelborne Hotel. Rabbi Leon Kronish officiated at the candlelight ceremony. The bride is a graduate of Woodmere Academy. Long Island. New York, and attended the University of Miami. Mr. Trilling graduated from Franklin and Marshall in Pennsylvania and is in business in Coral GaMes Out-of-town guests at the cere mony included Mrs. Ida Nelkin New York City, the bride's maternal grandmother; Miss Sid Trilling. New York City, aunt of the groom; and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Trilling, Lancaster. Pennsylvania, brother and sister-in-law of the groom. Following their honeymoon cruise on the Caribbean, the couple will reside on Miami Beach. r Ail i %  Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wikhyk. of 41 SW 16* *J,j celebrate their 50th wedding anniversaryon j % %  ^ noon. June 21st at an open house cocktail *>""•' ^ lister Post on SW 27th Avenue and 16th Street ^ came to the United States on their ^ oae y mQO ? ( ^ 1 ,\m Great Neck. Long Island, until November, iw* ^ t moved to Miami. They have two children, w %  bams, of 1534 SW 4th Street Mknni. and oup' • Great Neck. They abx> have sis grandentfare* Dean Wilchyk. Great Neck; Marvin. Miami, w Park Forrest. Illinois; Toni Jo. Great Neck, an Miami. Two great grandchildren include Jan ana


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%  PAGE 2 A #= +Jmlst>nor*0H7_ FEDERATION (HRfCTflfl'iOSENBEBG ISlEWlir Continued from Pago 1 A by communities including campaign organization and techniques, "ijdgeting and planning of local health and welfare services. Prior to his position with the council, he served-as executive rirector of the Jewish Community ouncil of Dayton. Ohio, from 1944 to 1947, where he was responsible :or carrying through the successful merger of three local agencies ar.d organizations of the Council. Dr. Rosenberg received the Doctor of Philosophy degree from the Johns Hopkins University and the AB and MA degrees from Ohio State University. He is also a graduate of the New York School of Social Work at Columbia Univer-ity. iDr. Rosenberg's background in community work includes a three>ear period of service with the New Jersey Federation of YM & YWHA's as an associate executive nirector. administration of group work agencies and children's camps and social research with the 3 .'aryland Youth Commission of the iiockefeller Foundation. He was a member of the faculty of Johns Hopkins University from 1935 to 1938. and served as lecturer on social work and community organization at tthe University of Dayton, the New York School of Soc ial Work and the Training Bureau i r Jewish Communal Service He is a member of Phi Beta Kap"j and has held important offices !~. the American Association of Social Work and the National Con:• rence of Jewish Communal Service. As the executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Rosenberg will be responsible for :he annual Combined Jewish Appeal in Bade County which raises funds for 45 national agencies, including the United Jewish Appeal and six local agencies. The director guides the development of the total welfare program in the Jewish community in conjunction with those Jewish agencies that carry out these programs." Weinkle said in making the announcement "Through a year around interpretive plan, the Federation director stimulates an understanding of community problems and channels the unified efforts of individuals and organizations towards their solution. During the last five years, through su'-h nrofp^jonai —"H. The Grand National Prize Award for the best slogan promotion work on See America First is beina presented to Louis Esloe regional director of South Florida, by Jerry Johnson, public -elation director. Presentation wa 'made to Johnson during :he national convention at San Antonio, Texas, lor Esloe who was unable to attend. Esloe is also vice president of the Hotel oreeters of America Tropical Charter No. 19 of Florida and is manag ing director oi the Beachcomber Apartments. —"W A..^.** .* -w .o ,i %  ,, >. w r tu -Lj v \ "^A^WW^rf^A^ Riven thai we ir final report and petition I ir..i] iHwhance aa Executor* of : ERANl is RINOES, . 1953. wo will apply to the Honr.l.l.W K BLANTON. bounty .l-nln. ol Dado County, Florida, for I final report and I %  chars* a. Exoctitora • %  ? E-U.te of FRANCE8 RINGER, .laod of June. /a WILLIAM IMiKKK DOROTHY PARKER :tora of ttitEatati of 1-i.tncea ItlnRt-r. %  IM'IM W A, KAl'I.VN ISO s. % bold Building, Miami, l for th.deDANGER TERMITES SWARMING W„ldt l'0lf •! Control Co. MEMBER OF B'NAI B'RITH" Call 2-1776 IT S SMART 0 SEf THE IN MIAMI RES 2 1S9S 3-9969 340 Lincoln Road Mesxanine — Phone 5-S419 E n tr a nce on Washington A TO. OCULISTS Prescriptions Filled Lenses and Framaa Duplicated Lara* Selection in Tirtist Style. UMi^fStwetrts Open Third Season The third season of the University of Miami Summer Symphony Pop Concerts will open on Sunday evening, June 21st, 8 p.m., at the Miami Beach Auditorium. John Bitter will conduct the orffiSXJ2£tfj *~?WOR?$^ ouiM^" 5 H No Charo. '. .__?• U 1*7 N. Miff CiHoo Bofef chestra in Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger. Other works will include Pietro Mascagni's Intermezzo to Cavaleria Rusticana, Nocholay Rimski-Korsakov's Flight of the Bumble Bee and Emmanuel Chabrier's Espagna Rhapsody. Scheduled soloists are Barbara Gibson, soprano, and Jorge Bolet, pianist. Miss Gibson wttl be heard in Gaetano Donizetti's Mad Scene from Lucia and in a vocal arrangement of Johann Strauss' Beautiful Blue Danube. Mr. Bolet will perform Franz Liszt's Concerto No. 1 in E-flat major for Piano and Orchestra. *• J Freed*!* M. 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PAGE 10 A +Jewlstincrk*air) M Attend Hebrew Academy Graduation More than 600 people were present at the second graduation exercises of the Hebrew Academy last week in the Hibiscus Lodge auditorium. Guest speaker was Irvin W. Katz, principal of Miami Beach Senior High School, who said that many Academy graduates had already achieved high scholastic honors at Beach High. Mayor Harold Shapiro, of Miami Beach, praised the Hebrew Academy "as one of the greatest educational forces in our community. An Academy education", he said, •is basic to the development of a well-adjusted and harmonious personality in our American-Jewish community." Special awards were given to Efrom Mescheloff, Talmud; Joseph Lauer, Science; Herman Shapiro, Oratory ; Edwin Ginsburg. Service; Harry Friedman. Character and Human Relations; Lester Brickman, Essay and Journalism: Miriam Gili. Citizenship; and Phyllis Katz, Scholarship. Annual Americanism Awards presented by the Miami Beach Elks Lodge were awarded by Maurice Klein, chairman, to Seymour Spolter and Helen Herz. sixth grade pupils, winners of the essay contest. What Democracy Means To U The 60-voice Hebrew Academy Chorus presented the cantata. What Is Torah. ,.,•- ....-•.••• %  •-FRIDAY. JUNE] Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal 6f the Hebrew Academy, is shown above presenting the Essay and Journalism Medal, on behalf of The Jewish Floridian. to Lester Brickman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brickman. of Miami Beach, at the recent commencement exercises of the second graduation class of the Hebrew Academy. ^^^ I lowarUKuju; fti., M+tzvan Saiuraay Mr. and Mrs. Jack H. Kane, of 3150 SW 5th Street, Miami, announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Howard, on Saturday, June 20th, at Beth David Congregation. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate. The Bar Mitzvah attends Shenandoah Junior High School, where he is in the eighth grade. He has been a student at Beth David Religious School for the past three I years and will continue his Hebrew courses there. A reception will be held in his honor on Sunday evening, 8 p.m., at the Empress Hotel, Miami Beach. Among out-of-town guests will be his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Phlneas Solomon, Chicago, Illinois. \ North Shore Women Slate New Officers Mn Louis Cohen is new president of the North Shore Jewish ter Sisterhood ithcr officers include the Mesdamea Lester Lasky. Allan Acker. Robert Block and Herman Stern. vice presidents; Sam Rosenthal. rcr; Frank Briskman. record| -icretary; Nathaniel Glickman. rre-ponding secretary; Louis Mendlesohn. financial secretary; Harry I.auitz. social secretary; Abe Selicoff, chaplain; Charles Raab. parliamentarian: and Harry Loeb, historian. Trustees are Mrs Melvin Altman and Mrs Jack Klinger Board mem-' bers include the Mesdames Mayer Abramowitz. Dora Berger, David Brown, Sol Cohen, Morris Dolling er, Joseph Feldman. Ezra Feingold. Roy Goldstein. William Greenside. Milton Kirshberg. Edward Klein. Lillian Korson. Ralph Leiberman. Sidney Lyons. The Mesdames Maxwell Marks. Murray Mattis. Alexander Miller. Jay Neross. Jack Pritt, Abe Rosenthai. Joseph Schneider, Jules Slansky. Freida Solomon. Morris Starr. Leo Steinman. Sol Weiss, Leonard Zigman and Irving Solomon. Walter A. Apfelbaum, 22. son of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Apfelbaum. 1411 SW 16th Streel, was graduated Magna Cum Laude from Harvard University Law School this month. He was an editor of the Harvard Law Review. He is a graudate of the University of Florida, where he was a member of Phi Beta Kappa, national honorary scholastic fraternity, and the Florida Blue Key Society. He was also a member of the Debating Team there. North Dade Card Party North Dade Jewish Center will i sponsor a luncheon and card party I at 13630 West Dixie Highway on I Wednesday, July 1st, 12:30 p.m. j The committee in charge of ar| rangements includes the Mesdames I Freida Blank. Lee Epstein, Gladys ; Rudolf and Marty Schuman. iiolden Agers Summer Program The Golden Age Friendship Club of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, Town Branch, will have a Father's Day celebration on Sunday, June 21st. at 2:30 p.m. Taking part as guest speaker will be Rabbi Max Shapiro, of Beth David. Mrs. Minnie Rubinstein, program chairman, has announced a summer program for the club. Included in the program, which will be held every Thursday evening at 8 p.m., on the outdoor patio of the Center, will be square and ballroom dancing, movies and entertainment. The annual picnic will be held on Sunday, July 5th, at Crandon Park. Buses will leave the Community Center at 9 a.m., and a program of swimming, games, dancing and refreshments has been planned. Ticket chairman for this affair is Mr. Sol Laskey. Shown above (left) is Mrs. Louis Cohen, president of the North Shore Jewish Center Sisterhood. She was installed at a recent Sisterhood affair by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz (center), spiritual leader. Mrs. Joseph Feldman. in charge of the installation and a Board member, looks on. 0 ldlWV m. Usffe Leslie Twins Win Beach High Honors At the recent elections held in Miami Beach High School, the twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Leslie, 3114 Prairie Avenue, won twin honors. Rodney was elected by the student body to serve as president of the Student Council. Johnny was elected by incoming seniors to serve as president of the Senior Class. Rodney left Wednesday for Portland. Oregon, to represent Beach High at the National Conference of Student Councils which is being held there through June 18th. He will lead one of the 15 discussion groups on the Aims And Purposes Of Student Council From Portland, he is going to Denver, Colorado, to meet with the Miami Beach High Debating Team and will attend the National Forensic Convention there. I feller Kmanuel Geller Bar Mitzvah Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Geller, 714 Lakeview Drive, announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Emanuel, on Saturday, June 20th, at Young Israel Synagogue. Emanuel attended the North Beach Elementary' School and graduated in June. He will enter Nautilus Junior High School in the Fall. He was a student at Temple Beth Sholom Religious School. A reception will be held in his honor on Sunday, 2 p.m., at the Sorrento Hotel. m. M Jerry Askowitz j Mitzvah At Hialj Jerry Norman, too n\ Mrs. Al Askowitz, Ui< Street, Hialeah, will be*. Mitzvah on Saturday w the Hialeah Miami Sprinril Community Center, i Reverend Leo Heim, leader, will officiate it M service. The Bar Mitzvah attesft| leah Junior High School J is a member of the Sail He is also a student at I Religious School and accreditation exaaiiiti Bureau of Jewish | A reception will i mony. Out-of WW[ elude Mrs L. Atlei mother, Detroit. Michjaaj Ackerman. Pearl Rhrar,J Mr. and Mrs. L. AskowittJ ville. Ohio. Mr. and Mn| Askowitz. Memphis, Ta and Mr. and Mrs. C. Oregon. Letter To Editor] Written Into Mori Frcmon, execs of the Woman Of The W ciation here, this week 1 ) word from United Statin George Smathers that her| the editor of the Miass I pertaining to Flag Day a] 14th, has been written i Congressional Record. "This will enable I people to read it and! its contents," Senator wrote. The letter, which w| in the June 13th ediual Marion Rubinstein Joins Public Relations Firm Announcement was made here last week by Dick Stern, of Dick Stern Associates, Inc., industrial public relations, promotion and adHerald and read on foe vertising firm, of the appointment of Miss Marion Rubinstein as account executive. "With Miss Rubinstein here, we will be able to extend our services to include house organ editing and publication and national magazine and newspaper public relations in which she has had considerable experience," Stern said. radio programs June sited that Flag Day,; Day, Independence Da*/] every day. it is aa privilege to be a d glorious nation and HI and sing." New Bowling Team The Miami Chapter, Five national awards, three for Brith Women is to the best house organ on a national basis and two for the best year around program of public relations have been received by Miss Rubinstein for her work. These national awards presented by the National Social Workers Publicity Council and the National Council of Welfare Funds and Federations were made only to those whose work was selected by these bodies, Stern said. Miss Rubinstein is a contributor to many national magazines. Alfred Knopf published her, Adventuring In Palestine. The book is included in the International University Women's Outstanding Books Selected From 39 Countries and Recommended Reading For High School Students. Locally, Miss Rubinstein was moderator for an Advertising In Action course. In that capacity, she waft advertising and public relations director of the Charron Williams Commercial College and its affiliate schools. She was also public relations director of the Dade County Chapter of the American Red Cross. bowling team. a**|l nouncement this WM M Coulton. in eharge of r I %  I •Iff"



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lewkh Borirdliiqiri MIAMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1953 SEC. B Explosive Control Laws Called 'Definite Progress' step in modern methods employed in expanding Isj textile industry was introduced at Herzlia this week with itart of new operational methods in speeding production yores to waiting world-wide markets. One such step is a machine used at the Aderath textile plant to comb out w fleece, separating the long and short strands of wool. sraeli workman is shown above tending the new machine. ak Ground For New Temple Passage of statewide explosives control legislation at the recently concluded session of the Florida Legislature was hailed here by the Florida Executive Committee of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith as a "significant step forward in the democratic progress of our State." The ADL statement, released jointly by George J. Talianoff, Executive Committee chairman, and Gilbert J. Balkin. Florida mongers who would attempt to decontrol ordinance was prepared. stroy lives and property and intimidate citizens through the use of dynamite and other explosives, the League pointed out. "We are proud that the Legislature of the State of Florida took cognizance of the need for explosives control legislation at the 1953 session and provided a statute which should insure the good name of our State in helping meet the serious problems which have arisADL director, commended the legen in recent years due to the bombislators for their action in enacting | ings," the League caid. "vitally needed explosive control legislation to prevent acts of violence in the State." "The ADL in Florida originally recommended adoption of explosives control legislation in the State The pattern of the bombings of as a phase of a three-pronged synagogues, churches and housing counteractive program following and it was encouraging to note that the Florida cities of Miami, Miami Beach, Hialeah, Miami Springs, Coral Gables and West Palm Beach enacted municipal explosives control ordinances as preventive measures following the bombings. To provide the necessary law enforcement tools for effective detection of the culprits responsible for the bombings and prevention of similar acts in the future such legislation was required on a state-wide level," the League pointed out. Other phases of the Florida ^DL recommendations for counteracting the bombing incidents and preventing acts of violence have been the making of surveys in communities %  developments, both in Florida and the bombing incidents which occurf possible tension spots which in the nation in recent years has red in Florida in 1951. At that'might be danger points for future time, a model municipal explosives outbreaks of violence and the plantand breaking ceremonies for jiplc and recreational facilities [jike Worth were held last Altman, civic leader, was %  of ceremonies. Speakers inMayor M. C. Baker and dssioncr R. C. Gardner, of I Worth. hers wire Rabbi Philip Wain [Temple Beth El; O. P. Gruner lllaurice Aisenberg, congregapresidcnts of West Palm Mr. and Mrs. Max GreenVi 'illuini Arnold, chairman of yetiHiir^ajaei^eBoy back Beth Sholom. will join Temple Beth El and Temple Beth Israel, both of West Palin Beach. Men's Club Function The first social function of the summer season of the Men's Club of Temple Beth Sholom will take demonstrated the resort to dynamite and explosives by the bigots in an effort to retard harmonious democratic progress," the League said "The adoption by the Florida Legislature of explosives legislation should provide a valuable aid to law enforcement officers in Joe n Osheroff Accepted By UM Medical School Miss Joan Louise Osheroff, l T M?7£TZirit* daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al Osher„ apprehending the culpn s Miami ?I^!fSr JT ,! UC 't P,C Beach, was recent.y accepted to the ning and conducting of an educational program designed to -reach the root causes of inter-group tensions and to build harmonious understanding among all groups. "A few months ago, we expressed gratification over the interim report issued by the Federal Grand Jury in Miami which was investigating the bombings and acts of violence that occurred in Florida the form of a steak and swim party crimes. It will be recalled that Unjve j. sit of Miami Schoo i 0 f Me d-' in recent years, which report emat the Hollywood Beach Hotel on without such legislation hitherto | ^ j phasized the need f or dynamite and ac .lon the statute books the criminals Joa graduat ion from Miexplosives control legislation in I responsible for the perpetration of am Beach Senjor High School .__ Florida The forward-looking acJune, 1950, entered the University tion taken by the Legislature is ac of Pennsylvania for her freshman _. Alr .kiw hrn .ded, the ADL added. ycar she grafted Wednesday Saturday evening, June 27th, cording to Jack A. Abbott, Men's Clubpresident. Frank Kamen, tfjMMPjj exander Robbins, treasurer, who | Of further value, the legislation I the Miami and Florida bombings in 1951 have not to date been aple new temple, to be called are co-chairmen of the function. I should provide a deterrent for hate 0fti tt*t GOQ0HJ night from the University of Miami after three years of college preparFRANKFURTERS CORNED BEEF SALAMI BOLOGNA PASTRAMI You lust haven't-tested a really frankfurter until yew taste these. Choke Western corn-fed beef, subtly seasoned to tantalizing goodness. And the Salami is truly truly wonderful. Nethint matches the exquisite, exalted bouquet end Haver of salami that aarrles the Kosher trade markl LOOK FOR THIS SIGH Ih'inund ISRAEL KOSHER... Get What You Demand! Miss IMM Owereff Israel Notional Kosher Sausage Co.. Ine Phones 3-0721 34225 -. Greater Miami Va** Haka.kr.f* 230 N.W. 5th STREET MIAMI --err re. reeervlsie. ef laeai Jesea* • -"*•"** n ation with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemistry. While at the University of Pennsylvania, she was elected to the Debate Society. As extra-curricular activity, she took a course in modern dancing and participated in several modern dance productions. On the campus of the University of Miami, Joan was elected to Alpha Epsilon Delta, national premed honor society; Beta Beta Beta, national biological honor society; and the Chemistry Honor Society. She was the historian of the Chemistry Club and a member of the German Club. During the summer session of 1962, Joan was on the staff of the Miami Hurricane, the University's weekly newspaper. She is also a member of the Intercollegiate Zionist Federation of America. Joan is also former vice president of the Southern Region of Young Judaea. For the past two years, she has been on the teaching staff of the Sunday School at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Joan will begin her medical studies in September, 1953. cordingly an additional demonstration of Florida's taking the lead in adopting necessary legislation for enhancing harmonious group relations in the State," the ADL declared. "We look forward to Governor McCarty's early signing of the Explosives Control Act in order to make it law of the State of Florida," the League concluded. The ADL statement came on the heels of an announcement last week that six men indicted for perjury by the Federal Grand Jury investigating terrorism and bombings in Florida were ordered to surrender today for arraignment in Federal District Court. They were charged with lying under oath when they denied to the grand jury that they were members of the Ku Klux Klan or that they took part in a series of violent acts in Central Florida from 1949 to 1952. One of these acts led to the bombing-murder of Walter White, who resided in Mims and who was an official of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Other terroristic acts in Miami included vandalism directed at the Tifereith Israel Northside Center, Miami Hebrew School and Congregation and attempted bombings of .a .._ a 1_ — %  — %  %  C-na**_0 TAIHICR the Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Community Center, Coral Gables Jewish Center and St. Peter and Paul Church. General Bemmike New Trace Chief UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (JTA) —Major Gen. Vagn Bennike of Denmark, has been appointed chief of staff of the United Na. tions truce supervision organization in Palestine to succeed Gen. William E. Riley, who resigned effective May 15, it was announced here this week by UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold. The 65-year-old veteran of Denmark's engineering and telegraphic corps left for Jerusalem to take up his new duties. Gen. Riley remained at his post beyond the effective date of his resignation to give the UN time to find his successor. I



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PAGE 4 B "JeHlsHtcrHlan Taft Says Arab Problem Must Be Faced Squarely 1 By ARTHUR LEWIS Jewish Telegraphic Agency UNITED NATIONS —In all the Tinging controversy over Senator Rohert Taft's foreign policy speech, there was a part of it which passed without comment although it could be -aid to have been the motive for this "thinking out loud" on international affairs. It was what he said about Israel and the Jews, and it came at the very beginning. for the Republican leader's speech was delivered (it was read by his son as the Senator was sick) at a meeting of the National Confermce of Christians and Jews in Cincinnati. Ohio. With that harsh directness of his. Senator Taft gave as his credo, one which would have done credit to a Zionist. He said that he supported the independence of Israel; believed that the Balfour Declaration constituted a promise of a Jewish national home and that h a home could only mean a .ate where Jews would prcdomin• The Senator's view was that the .••.ate should have been established uring the Second World War. "If tl had been done," he said. "I %  M if we would ever have had brat] War. or the fleeing of the Palestine Arabs, or the dangercondition-; in that region of the :!d. today, because Israel bad to lake up arms to establish their own >-dependence, the British having "abandoned the mandate."' For both humanitarian and pracI cal reasons, he said that he supported Israel "because of my earn i-t belief in justice and freedom and the keeping of a promise." and because it was the only way to ascure freedom from persecution for millions of Jews, and "because it undertook to relieve the world of the problem of resettling a large r umber of Jewish refugee, for which the world has proposed no better solution." However, Senator Taft's "Zionism" is not blind. He warned that | the problem of the Arab refugees %  was so serious that it could not be | exaggerated. Although he acknowledged that it was "partly through the intolerance of their own leadJers" that 860.000 Arab refugees were still housed in temporary tents and huts on the borders of Israel, living on inadequate food, he said that "as long as that group | remains there, there is a constant building up of hatred against the! Jews." Israeli delegates here are painfully aware of what the Senator: said: they know the way the Arabs I are using their wretched kinsmen of theirs to gain sympathy for their cause and to make propaganda against the Jews. The United Nations has undertaken to resettle these refugees in the countries to which they had fled. but. as the Senator said, "plans have been made but little progress has been achieved." Still further efforts must be made, for not only the Israeli delegates here, but almost everyone would agree with the Senator's statement that there would seem to be "no solution in the Near Kast until this refugee problem is settled." Aside from this warning, and it j was salutary. Senator Taft's speech, which aroused such a furors else-' where, was a comforting one for I Israel and the Jews, for it showed what a great friend and supporter | they had in the highest places in Washington. jk Pictured above are officers of the Council of Jewish Sisterhoods affiliated with Branch of the Union of Orthodox Congregations of America at a recent elect' v. Trocadero Restaurant. Seated (left to right) are the Mesdames Louis Shafkin • %  Moses Mescheloff, Advisory Board; Simon April, president; and Isaac Ever 'OBTF E2 ian, vice presidents. Standing (left to right) are the Mesdames Ed Becker vice m d" 0 1 sie Rappaport, treasurer; Jack C. Rosenbera. vice president; Shmaryahu SwirVkr IT Board; Clara Weinstock. secretary; and Malvina Schwarti, recording secretary Summer Vacation Means More Demand av > ***** For Dromedary's Easily Prepared Mixes Pef Preparation for the summer vadreds of delightful cation are now under way in Amer ican homes, but to many houseMrs. Soldz New Head j Of JWV Auxiliary Mrs. Lester C. Soldz is new president of the Ladies' Auxiliary to Post No. 330. Jewish War Veterans of the United States. She was named to office at a recent election. Others are Mrs. Sally Levy, senior vice president, and Mrs. Yetta Rubin, junior vice president. Mrs. Sold* succeeds Mrs Bernard Koloff. f wives the excitement of the annual exodus from town to country, the happy anticipation of a change to new surroundings for a month or two, is often tempered by a re luctance to leave behind some of the accustomed daily conveniences they enjoy at home. There's one convenience, however, that need not be abandoned at all — the very special convenience of quick and effortless homebaking that so many women have discovered in Dromedary Kosher Cake Mixes. Food stores in mos,t summer vacation areas are now of delightful recipes for cakes, cookies and muffins with the full assortment of Dromedary Cake Mixes. According to Miss Jean 1 Navy civilian represent,^ Navy Department cor,tir,„ seek loyal, efficient ste to work in civilian Washington, D.C., and Hj3 —... „, im M Each of Dromedary's products is ano u nerp "' Miami attht j prepared with the choicest home-! j^""'^*! Station, Roomafl I kitchen ingredients, already m*\^'S^J*g -'tired, sifted and blended with scitions in the Capitol wft entific precision, so that the mere addition of water or milk, as directed on the package, assures a perfect batter and a perfect cake. And all Dromedary Mixes, like all the other fine products in the Dromedary line, carry the "U" on the package which means they are endorsed by the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America well stocked with the full line of and prepared and packaged under Dromedary Mixes, and in those few its constant strict supervision. -S.T. YOU'LL FEU BETTER with an Learn to beat the heat the easy way. Enjoy mountaincool comfort all lumnur long, right in your own home. Sleep like a baby every night. As lew as $229.50 Nu-Age Corp. 1667 ALTON ROAD Miami Beach Phone 58-0434 MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. t WboUsaU sad Retail Rough or Pulverised Grede A. Soil Phone 4-0335 EDWARD ALPER 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace ALL WORI GUARANTEED sections where they may not be readily available, it Ls a simple matter for friend husband to bring along a complete supply on his weekend visit. Either way, Dromedary Mixes are a boon to the vacationing housewife and her family. Aside from their proved economy — and any housewife who has used them knows what a saving they represent over the cost of ready-baked cake — a pantry well-stocked with the full Dromedary variety means that fine kosher cakes, cookies and muffins are no more than a hand's reach away. What's more, the entire process of preparation takes a mere four minutes from package to pan — far easier and quicker than a trip to the village store. And in the matter of quality, of course, there's no comparison at all; the consistently high quality of Dromedary Kosher Cakes Mixes provides perfect assurance of perfect results every time — tender, fluffy cakes, toothsome cookies and muffins in the finest traditions of true home-baking. The variety is virtually endless; the homemaker can prepare hunFishing-Dancing Party A fishing and dancing party on the Dixie Yacht, leaving from Pier 7, City Yacht Basin, at 8 p.m., tonight, is the next event of the Young Adult League of the Miami Jewish Community Center, according to Jack Dickson, president. cants. Since work experience.* necessarily required, hjgjrii graduates who meet standards may earn a statsi j ary of $2,950 per year. )fr[ hoe said this week. She explained the Navy's i ing every effort to pay* workers with the very best Hi ing conditions and job i including guaranteed rood vations upon arrival ia'1 ton, automatic salary each year for satisfactaryj generous vacation time al leave and organized activities." General requirements INI I ing speed of 40 words per i ability to take dictation ati per minute, ability to pats 11 era! clerical test and t examination. MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. 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leiimdbJEIoridObn Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY lOLUME 27—Number 25 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1953 'ormer Nazi Henchman elcomed In Washington Official Flies Here r ith Orders From [onrad Adenauer By MILTON FRIEDMAN Jewish Telegraphic Agency [ WASHINGTON — Herbert Blantnhorn, who was linked by the istice Department with espionage nil anti-Semitic propaganda activles in the United States with Sectary of the Nazi Embassy here om 1938 to 1941, has returned Washington to be greeted by resident Eisenhower at the White louse Blankenhorn, now director of the lolitical Department of the Bonn loreign Office, flew here on the bstructions of German Chancellor [onrad Adenauer for secret talks lith the President, Secretary of hate Dulles and other leaders. Congressional committees concernwith subversives have raised no luestion about Blankenhorn alhough his role as a Nazi subversive was established by the House Committee on Un-American activ|ties in 1940. The Justice Departh"iit in 1941 {(resented evidence in Nazi espionage which showed Slankenhom's involvement. But pie Department permitted his return despite the strict anti-subvers|ve visa requirements of the Mctarran-Walter Act. The Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League, which opposes subversives pf both right and left extremes, nueried the State Department Ibout Blankenhorn's Nazi background and his present political ascension. A policy of "non-interference" with the Bonn Government desired, the State Department Replied. "I do not think that a departure from this policy In the present case would be desirable or helpful," wrote Percy Laukhuff, fccting director of the State Departnent's Bureau of German Affairs. For three years prior to Pearl tartar. Blankenhorn worked at the Nazi Embassy in Washington on espionage undertakings and the fspreading of hate propaganda against Americans of Jewish faith. PRICE: TEN CENTS He collaborated closely with the Nazi Bund and advised agitators on how best to stir up anti-Semitism. His role was exposed with the conviction by a US court of Manfred Zapp and Guenther Tonn of the Trans-Ocean News Service, a Nazi propaganda organization. Blenkenhorn's intimate affiliations with Zapp and Tonn were established by Justice Department evidence and documents photographically reproduced in reports of the House Committee on UnAmerican activities. A letter sent by Blankenhorn to Zapp, for example, was written on Nazi Embassy stationery and dated November 30, 1938. It directs Zapp to send Nazi propaganda to a list of persons recommended by the German Consul in Montreal, including one man identified as "local organizer of the Nazi Party." The letter is signed by Blankenhorn under the words Heil Hitler. Another letter includes a detailed report from Zapp to Blankenhorn on plans to send a native-born anti-Semitic writer on an "indostrination" trip to Germany. These letters and other evidence in FBI files prove that Blankenhorn exploited his official position as Secretary of the Nazi Embassy and sought to overthrow the United States Government by force and violence. He also sought to bring about the extermination of American Jewry, but Jewish organizations have so far failed to protest Continued on Page 3 A McCarthy Attacks Lehman; Links Foe To Communists WASHINGTON (JTA) — Senator Joseph R. McCarthy unleased a violent attack against Senator Herbert H. Lehman on the Senate floor last week inferentially linking Senator Lehman with Communism. McCarthy accused the New York Senator of "illegal" use of the Congressional free mailing privilege because Senator Lehman had sent out literature attacking McCarthy's methods. Shouting that Lehman was "one of the wealthiest men in the Senate," McCarthy said: "I don't care how many Lehmans or Tydings or Daily Workers make attacks on me." He added that Senator LehSenator McCarthy attacks wealth man criticized him because he realized he was "damaging the Communist cause." The Wisconsin Senator said Senator Lehman was "well able to afford his own smears." Senator Lehman replied that Senator McCarthy was trying to "intimidate him. He said he had been accused of doing something all other Senators did legally. "I am Dot easily intimidated," he declar-1 ed. "If he thinks he can intimidate me by charges of his kind that are wholly unsupported by facts, he has completely failed in his efforts." Pointing out that "there is a great threat to freedom through the efforts to silence those who oppose that group which would impose complete conformity and orthodoxy," Senator Lehman stated: "I shall continue to talk out and let my views be known to as wide a constituency as I can." He said he was willing to make available to the appropriate committee of the Senate all information on his mailing of literature if Senator McCarthy would do likewise. Match Americanism Later, Senator Lehman issued a statement to the press emphasizing that Senator McCarthy cannot intimidate him. "I hope that I can help to keep him from intimidating the American people." he added. Seek To Explain 'Underlying Intent' Of Near Eastern Report Senator Lehman ... no intimidation "The real issue is whether Senator McCarthy can brow-beat those who criticize his methods, who do not agree with his shocking procedures. I will match not only my honesty but also my Americanism and my record of public service against Senator McCarthy and let the people decide who is best serving their public interest." Senator Lehman is 75. For many years he played a leading role in national arid international humanitarian activities. In the exchange in the Senate, his patriotism and loyalty were praised by Senator Wayne Morse who said it was a "sad implication" that McCarthy had intimated that Senator Lehman had a "Communist taint." Jordan's Ability To Keep Order Is I Put In Question JERUSALEM (JTA) —The JorIdan Kingdom's ability to maintain order along its frontier and prevent incursions into Israel territory was Placed in question this week as several serious Arab attack* on Israel I territory were mounted from behind the Jordan border within three days of the signature of a Jordan-Israel pact designed to decrease border tension and combat infiltration. Jordan's sincerity in professing desire to control the border situation and reduce tension was also Placed in question by the Arab Lesion's failure to prevent the raids. I Hussein WASHINGTON (JTA)—Clarification of the "underlying intent" of the speech by Secretary of State John Foster Dulles on his trip to the Middle East in which he touched on the Arab-Israel conflict was given by the State Department to Israel Ambassador Abba Eban this week. The Israel Ambassador, who called on Assistant Secretary of State Henry A. Byroade to convey officially for the first time the views of the Israel Government on Mr. Dulles' speech, later told newspapermen that these views concerned practically every point made by Secretary Dulles on Israel-Arab relations. Mr. Eban declared that he could not say whether a statement was pending from the Israel Government but at least, he stated, it will have full knowledge of the underlying intent of the Dulles' speech. The meeting was one of a series of talks Mr. Eban is having with high State Department officials. Previously, he met with Under Secre tary of State Walter Bedell Smith and also with Monnet Davis, American Ambassador to Israel, who is now in Washington. Egyptian Ambassador Ahmed said this week after Administration's new policy for the Middle East but warned that this policy must not result "in whitling away United States aspirations for the Middle East in a series of compromises of expediency with Arab intransigence or fanaticism." He spoke at a dinner in the Hotel Commodore sponsored by the American ORT Federation on behalf of the United Jewish Appeal of Greater New York. Representative Javits, who heads a House Foreign Affairs subcommittee on oversas economic policy, asserted that the new United States program for the Middle East, recently outlined by Secretary of State Dulles on his return from a tour of the area, "does not in any way mean that the Administration proposes to reduce its interest in, or aid to, Israel." Dr. Emanuel Neumann, member of the Jewish Agency executive and former ZOA president, reported this week that "the people of Israel are, on the whole, profoundly pro-American in sympathy but feel that is no reason why they should be called upon to make undue concessions to hostile neighbors whose friendship to America and loyalty to the democratic world are not so certain." Dr. Naumann, who returned from a lengthy stay in Israel, addressed a special meeting of Zionist leaders in New York City under the chairmanship of Rabbi Irving Miller, president of the Zionist Organization of America. Asserting that "Israel is ready to contribute all it can toward peace and stability in the Near East," he emphasized that "it cannot be expected to make sacrifices affecting its sovereignty, security or territorial integrity." Rosenberg Is Named New Federation Director Here Benjamin B. Rosenberg, of New York City, has been named executive director of the Greater Miami wnure u) prevail we riwu. nuci <—— „„ &f !,. • u r„j„,,ivn it was announclowing six years as UHWMM special session of the Israel meeting with Mr. Byroade on tf* Jewh Federrtjon ,* w"nnou ^ ^.^ ^ ^ ^.^ special session of the Israel meeting w.ui —"'' — ,.." _, 7-"-.; ra _, We inkle FederaField Service lor me ns a wn Cabinet was convened immediate-' Dulles' radio **££ %  *;!edJ^ffJ*; !" l JTS "place Council of Jewish Federations and recently helpful attitude to,"fter"l2 years of service to enter "uici was convened immediateuuun %  *' •" %  r rv -.-. wil i reD lace Council 01 jewisn reuertuuna .. ly after the third raid. After the roade had "a good W*^ 0 j<>" .fS^L resigned recently : Welfare Funds. In this capacity, feting. Foreign Minister Moshe understanding o our Point of ; Morns Klass who l£J££*£g he supervised eight_ regional officprivate enterprise. Dr. Rosenberg Javits W ju take over the directors duties Sharett met General William E. Wley, United Nations truce chief, ward the Egyptian situation. to discuss the situation. After the Congressman Jacob nto attack, the Israel Foreign Min-1 urged American Jews to give full on August 1st. Contmoad ,, ,.,. JA I cooperation" to the Eisenhower Known nationally as a social Or. timtfim Ghanei principle Einstein Sees Senate Probes As Danger To Basic Freedom NEW YORK (JTA) — Professor Albert Einstein," who describes himself as "an incorrigible nonconformist," said last week that it was the duty of American intellectuals to follow the Gandhi principle of non-cooperation with investigative committees and be prepared to face personal ruin in the interest of the cultural welfare of organization t heir country. The noted scientist's advice was in the form of a letter to a New York teacher facing dismissal because of his refusal to testify before the Senate Internal Security Subcommittee. In his original letter, Dr. Einstein said, however, that the intellectuals should not the full range of problems faced Amendment, a statement that he Continued on Page 2 A I Continued on Pago 11 A worker, community expert and campaigner, Dr. Rosenberg comes to Greater Miami following six years as director of



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kBAYrJUNE 19, 1953 Jfenisfl Jibrflfedfi jg H, ijU ylvia Chinio Weds Mayor Shapiro •o* lorothy Oshlag teds Phil Wcinstein |Tho marriage of Miss Dorothy ttina Oshlag, daughter of Dr. and Hyman Lieber, Memphis and larri Beach, to Philip Weinstein, son at Dr. and Mrs. Philip leinstein, 1516 SW 12th Street, fami, took place on June 16th, Temple Israel, Memphis. iThe Heverend James A. Wax krformed the ceremony. A relation followed in the Parkview otel. IThe bride wore a gown of pale |ue chantilly lace designed with 1 scoop neck, cap sleeves and a buffant skirt. Her tulle veil was taped from a matching lace cap. (Miss Frances Ellen Oshlag was fcr sister's only attendant, and Dr. feinstein was best man for his In I Out of town guests included Dr. %  d Mrs. Weinstein. Mr. and Mrs. Nagel, Jr., Dr. Ida Oshlag and arold Oshlag. | The couple will reside at 4949 brest Park Avenue, St. .Louis. jissouri, after a wedding trip to ke Gulf of Mexico. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Shalom Chinio, Tel Aviv. A student of six languages and a physiotherapist, the vivacious "First Lady of Miami Beach" bore arms on the field of battle during Israels War of Liberation. Shortly after she came to America some two years ago as a student of methods to combat polio, the former Miss Chinio met Mayor Shapiro at an Israel Bond rally during which he was guest speaker. Their romance dates from that time. As a member of the Israel Army but a few years ago, the bride then wore khaki shorts, shirt and army boots, with a, bandolier swung across her chest, a knife on one side, a pistol on the other and a machine gun in both hands. Before that, when the British White Paper banned immigration to Palestine, newlywed Mrs. Shapiro was a member of the underground which met refugee ships in isolated places, unloaded the hope-filled exiles from Europe and the Near East and distributed them among families already settled in the Holy Land. Educated in Israeli schools, she took special courses in anatomy and physiotherapy at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. She is a member of a family which was driven from Spain during the In-. Mrs. Philip Wtintftin Linicks To Reside In California The former Marlene Planick was married here to James Milford David Linick at Temple Beth Sholom on May 26th, with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Minna Planick, 1542 Drexel Ave


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PRIPAY. JPHEi9, 1953 ^^g!k*mm. PASSE 7 lo'lections Unit Sam A. Goldstein, president of lie Sanitary Linen Service Comjany, has been reappointed chairnan of the 1963 Collections Comittee of the Greater Miami Jew|.-h Federation. Announcement of the appoint iront was made by Carl Weinkle, Federation president, following an Official meeting of the Executive Committee last week. Purpose of the committee is to et up plans for securing oulstandnji pledges made in the 1953 cami and to afford a final oppor jnity for Greater Miami Jewry to articipate in the campaign, Weinlle said. Goldstein announced that some top community leaders will licet with him on Thursday noon, lune 25th, in the Conference Room bt the Greater Miami Jewish Federation to hear suggestions for a Jwift cleanup drive. Goldstein is a member of the loard of Governors and Executive tommittees and has served for any years with the Federation ampaign cabinet. He is a past resident of B'nai B'rith Lodges in tlanta. Birmingham and West |>;.lrii Beach and was also president Temple Israel in the latter city. Je is a member of the Board of rrustees of Temple Israel in Mini. The Committee includes Leo kckerman, William Agranove, R. k'illiams Apte, Saul Ashkenazy, Scrman Binder, Daniel Broad, Leo thai!. in. Joseph Dallett. Joseph kuntov, l.co Eisenstein, Leon Ell, lake Kpstein, Ed Feldstein, Milton Friedman, Ben Ciller. Mrs. Ben Ziy. Ginsburg, Archie Greenberg, Irs. Saul Herman, Morris Honigaum. Joseph Kahn, Leon Kaplan, J. Kopelowitz. Harry Koretzky, Mrs. Louis Krenky. Abe Kurman, Sidney Lefcourt, nel Lesowoder, Sam C. Levenson, hbi Samuel Machtei, Joe MechJaek MOnrvchlck, Sam Resck. Irving Saal, Irving Schatzman. old Seeder, Sam Scitlin, Max tioinman, Milton Sirkin, Abe So sko. Judge Harold B. Spaet, Carl sskind, Meyer Teigman, Harold nurman, Dr. Joseph Weidberg, am Wcissel and Oscar Zeltzer. SSSBr^ATSKS M^t %  E te JS5*E d ^ 2 n0 -^ ^bove" included Helene Tendrich. Annette Jones. LiX Ch^W^^LS^T" "F* *F* *& ^ t0 15 S" and Claire Goldhagen, Amy Schweitzer. Lorie Adle" SSL&ASLS^St'rS^ t 0 ? 1 ?' Pe,er Stein bg. Frank Jones. Carol Sheppard. David Rcsnick. Ann MargoiL Warrin SSTcwS K ^ k Iud J '*"?* %  Marc Wataon. Barbara Idov, Steinberg, Judy Binder. Inez Pinchot. Frank VheaZT^hTJ,'^ ,S n"^!' fc G?Whagen. Arline Tendrich, Mark Elinor Bogish. Louise Hess, Cynthia Bott Donna Eldon 1^1 T. 7 Boqish Sheila Gordon. Myron Mass. Jerry Shevin. Stein, Hazel Miller. Arlene Levitt. CareRosenfeldlav uZ ^Jn,* T Barba B ra u Ros r nick Terry Bloom. Jack Gill. Johanna Martin tun* J ^haMto, ^^^^^^f^SnT ^^ ^ Weiner ***" Kalkin Women At JWV Meet \< uttt-iny Xunus Fr. Spolter Ko 11 owing an Executive Commit meeting held recently by the fcbrew Academy Women, Mrs. Sidly Kubinowitz, president, anftunccd the appointment of Mrs. Idore Spotter as chairman of the fw Year Greeting Card Project the High Holiday season. Mrs. Spotter, in accepting the aplin'ment. said that the New Year eeting Cards which the Hebrew ra.lmiy Women will distribute, ve been specifically designed for Academy, and each portrays bdern Israeli and religious (mes. |<)ther projects announced by Rubinowitz, to be undertaken I he Hebrew Academy Women's eanizatioti during the summer nth.s, are a boat ride, swjmnce and a family picnic. Four women will represent their Ladies' Auxiliaries to Jewish War Veterans Posts here at a state convention tomorrow and Sunday in Tampa. They include Mrs. Sidney Horn, Miami Auxiliary 174; Mrs. Lester C. Soldz, Miami Beach Auxiliary and wife of the retiring Commander of JWV, Department of Florida, Captain Soldz; Mrs. Oscar Gerrig, Miami Beach Auxiliary; and Mrs. George Nathanson, Coral Gables Auxiliary 243. Wise Hadassah liuitet Dinner The Stephen S. Wise Group of Hadassah will hold a buffet dinner aboard the S.S. Nuevo Dominlcano, Pier No. 3, Miami, on Thursday, June 25th, at 6:30 p.m. Rhea Cashman Gladwin, chairman of the group's Hadassah Medical Center, said that proceeds will be used for furnishing the waiting room in Jerusalem's new hospital. The program is scheduled to include dancing in the Jolly Roger Club and the Treasure Bar. la charge of reservations are Esther Alperin, Sally Samuels and Pearl. Shapiro, president. Gables B'nai B'rith Meeting Coral Gables Lodge No. 1682, B'nai B'rith, will meet on Tuesday evening, June 23rd, 8 p.m., at the Coral Gables Jewish Center, 320 Palermo. S BARGAIN, t t D„Rddr: j ^yj g^ I divided out electric bill by 30 days and by Ihe i any FP& L Co. offie* • %  ] HMf numljif ol tlecttic services we use. Your averate J 0 ^V ^^ BtAMi ttla dtily pay (or each job you do at out house isl 71 "^ Rtwty fW... I s l %  aMaliifaltffrMl ; abtolutel/free! A00ttSS_ cm. %*n FLORIDA POWER I LIGHT COMPANY



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PAGE 8 B t>. t t^lKtftrrkVrtr CONFIRMATION CLASS OF THE NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER. From left to right are Stuart, son of Dr. and Mrs. Ben Fabric; Carol, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fuchs; Paula, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Azen; Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz; Donna Lee. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tuck; and Philip, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Berkowite. Superpatriots Seek To Oust 'Subversive' Books Jewish Floridian News Feature Most Nashville citizens were indifferent to the news last January that the Tennessee legislature had picked a committee to investigate text books in the public schools. It took them a month to discover what was happening: that the school attackers and book burners were at it again. Nashville was finally prodded by two of its town iolk. a newspaper reporter and a Rabbi The committee chairman. State Senator Sterling Roberts, expected to limit his imostijation to the area set out for him—text books He was astonished, two weeks after his committee iraa formed, by the I n ssures on him to overstep his task. The superpatriots wanted him to eliminate "subverive" books from the public library, too They charged that many professor! on laculties of local and state colleges were "pinks, "reds" or 'fellow travelers" and wanted them Investigated The charges were made in letterwriting campaigns to the local pre--, from speakers platforms and through wanton gossip. Some of the accusers represented the local Daughters of the American Revolution and the Tennessee States Rights Democratic Committee. To the young Rabbi. William B Silverman. of Vine Street Temple, the charges had a common background: they were without proof or documentation And they were hurled at people who couldn't or didn't know how to answer back. He repeated this fact to reporter Creed Black, of the Nashville Tennessean. challenging Black to dig up the whole story Black did. Rbl story, headlined: Book Probe Found Spurred By Smear, in the January 30th Nashville Ten nessean. reported that "the inflam matory pamphlets which have been circulated in Tennessee were writ ten by Allen A. ML" Black disclosed how Zoll once headed American Patriots, listed in 1940 by the US attorney general as FascismWhen he asked the Daughters of the American Revolution for documentation of their charges, they I produced a copy of Zoll's propaganda pamphlet. Thev Want Your I Child. Black's story didn't quiet the vigilantes. One veterans leader came forward to protest high school use of Discovering Tennessee, written by the Knox County librarian. He I charged that the book had tendencies toward "pacifism." Another J disliked many of the textbooks and more—"they can be considered only in relation to the teachers and lecturers who interpret them." ', Therefore, he demanded, let's -tart investigating teachers He felt that "that man teaching right here in Na-hville who was run out of Cali%  forma." needed watching. The obvious reference was to l)r Willard Goslin. formerly superintendent of schools in Pasadena. now on the faculty of Peabody College ui Nashville The background j and patriotism of another Peabody professor. Harold Benjamin, formerly head of the National Education Association's Defense Commission, was also under suspicion —until someone discovered he had served as a lieutenant colonel on the staff of General Mar Arthur Nashville needed a rallying point to offset the slanders. The issue apparently was considered too controversial, too dangerous to handle— even for liberal-minded persons terribly aware of the implications of the smears. Rabbi Silverman stepped in again. His weekly radio program on WMAK sounded the alarm. He pleaded for understanding and organization to resist the witchhunts, lashed out at those "bearing false witness against their neighbors." The Rabbi reminded listeners that "despite all the sound and fury, not j one single book has yet been labeled as subversive by the committee. Not a single textbook has been condemned as Communistic." „ Immediately after his first broad! cast on the issue, the Rabbi himself came under attack. The radio station received its share of protesting phone calls. To the Rabbi's home came anonymous hate letters, threatening phone calls. He was abused and called subversive. But by now Rabbi Silverman and DON'T LET BUGS SPOIL SUMMER FUN/ ^^>^N^^* The RfAL-KILL Insect Bomb is specially designed and formulated to kill flying insects fast. Keep it handy in your home and car. SUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTELSANITARIUM rot BCST. 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PTA groups and ministerial associations finally rallied their fore es to stand against the name-calling and hysteria. The legislative committee also made its report no evidence that a single textbook was "subversive" or "Communistic." It was at this point that a legislator. Paul Phillips, of Davidson County, injected a bit of anti-Semitism. When someone questioned the wisdom of spending so much money for the investigating committee. Phillips suggested: "If the only result of the committee's work is to get rid of that Russian Jew. then it was worth the $2,500 it cost." He meant Professor Samuel Baron, of the University of Tennessee, who categorically denied any Communist affiliation. One vigilante rcently told of plans for the future. "We are organized." he boasted. "We have recording machines taking down the addresses of local people. We have stenographers taking down every word of sermons given by local ministers, and we hope to drive the 'liberal ministers' out of town. 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31DAV, JUNE 19, 1953 Seymour Cohen Gets Social Work Degree [Recent visitors to Pittsburgh, ennsvlvania, were Mr. and Mrs. Bmuel A. Cohen, of SW 14th Terjce, Miami. The Cohens attended be graduation of their son, Seytour, from the University of Sll^burgh, where he received the %  asters degree in Social Work. | A graduate of the University of Jlorida, Mr. Cohen has been relding in Pittsburgh for the past ve years and is the regional di .•ctor for western Pennsylvania nd West Virginia of the B'nai Frith Youth Organization. [Other out-of-town guests includMrs. Seymour Cohen's parents, jr. and Mrs. Morris Fagan, of Washington, D.C. Hollywood Center Amends Name The Jewish Community Center of Hollywood has amended i ts name to include Temple Sinai, according to an announcement this week by Dr. Clement Gcronemus president. The name change was made in connection with the overall revision of the Centers constitution, Or. Geronemus said. Temple Sinai, The Jewish Community Center of Hollywood has also enlarged its Board of Governors and will seat five additional members to be named at subsequent annual elections. Sig Kisvnbvrtj I Reflected Rejected president of The 29ers for the ninth consecutive year was Sig Eisenberg at a meeting of the organization last week. Other officers named are W. R DeCostas, vice president; R. w Masur, secretary; Theodore Damianos treasurer; and Samuel Kelly, sergeant-at-arms. Directors include Isidor Apolin Walter Coles, Samuel Crowell, Harry Campbell, Herbert Frame, Paul Sw a e ;H J t" eS K aSdin RaIph Kirsch Edward Luster, Walter Nierstheimer, Harry Niehaus, Robert R. Spencer and Milton Warshaw PAGE 9 B A J? n Justin Speaks At Service Tonight t^*=*~ ^fcIS^heCi;. in Government at Harvard University, will be guest speaker during Friday evening services at Temple Beth Sholom. Wcstin will discuss: Congressional Investigations In A Free Society. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Wes tin, 1021 West 4th Street, Miami Beach, he is a Wulh graduate magna cum laude of the University of Florida and Harvard Law School, a member of the District of Columbia Bar and active —o— —...*i.n;c ui me \siv* U Liberties Union of Massachusetts. A frequent contributor to the Harvard, Yale and Columbia Law Reviews, Westin has written for many national magazines on Constitutional law. His latest article, Do Silent Witnesses Defend Civil Liberties, is appearing in the June issue of Commentary. North Dade Cabaret Night North Dade Jewish Center will hold a Cabaret Night on Saturday evening, June 20th, 8 p.m., at 13630 West Dixie Highway. Jack Rich, ards heads the entertainment bill. Proceeds go toward the Center's building fund. PUTS A NEW SERVEL IN YOUR HOME Makes Ice Cubes Without Trays -AND POT? IM IN A BASKET AUTOMATICALLY! It's unheard-of! Just $ 1 puts the revolutionary new Servel right in your own kitchen for proof of superiority! You banish mess and bother of ice trays forever! No trays to fill, spill, or forget to refill! You'll be amazed the completely Automatic Ice-Maker is so small — so compact! Fits into one tiny corner of the big roomy freeser compartment! And only Servel has it! One dollar does it! Try it—test it—use it under your own kitohen conditions! Put the amazing new Servel in your home for just $1—for proof of superiority! But do it nowl Runs on Dependable SILENT GAS! %  VV ADJUSTABLE SHELVES-eaiily chanced, e.iily ^5 cleaned, apace-aavinc! WODDS AND INOS %  ASKIT-amall ba.k.t hold. r^ jart, bottle*, packet;..! •VVH £ MO V ASIC IOO NISTS-holdi ecc> firmly and ** separately in place! *£f ROOMY DOOR SHELVES-put much used items J\ at your fingertip.! TEMPERATURE CONTROL-1 dial-12 po.ition. maintain balanced coldl 7200 N.W. 7th Ave. • Miami • Phone 78-7621



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ly, JUNE 19, 1953 u'Jt mu mo wi — Tooley-Myron Weisman Gets On Birthday n;>afiement ring from her i on her 21st birthday was Ella May Weisman's special |Her betrothal to Daniel nan was announced at the her sister, Mrs. Augusta |rg. 3239 NW 24th Street bride-elect is the daughter and Mrs. Joseph Kleinman, JW 29th Avenue. Mr. Grossthc son of Mr. and Mrs. krossman, 355 Meridian Aveliami Beach. He is associatFiorida Physicians' Supply. couple will be married at dsh Cultural Center on AugHuth Hcrtzman Marries Rabbi Miss Ruth Louise Hertzman became the bride of Rabbi Michael A. Robinson on June 4th, at the Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati, Ohio. The former University of Miami and Miami Art School student is the daughter of Mrs. Jack L. Hertzman, Cincinnati and Miami Beach. Rabbi Robinson is the son of Dr. and Mrs. S. Robinson, Ashevillei North Carolina. He attended Asheville-Biltmore and North Carolina State College. Rabbi Robinson graduated from the University of Cincinnati and was ordained at Hebrew Union College. He is now serving at Temple De Hirsch in Seattle, Washington, where the couple will live. +Jewish rur****,. PAGE "7 A. Mrs. Michael Robinson if* For The kf<-To-0e ijsonalized Service" by Elaine, Blackstone Flower Shops. jemain witk you throughout dicarsal afta*"cereinony — no bnal charge. Budget wed[from $50.00 with same servfclaine. raised in an orthodox is well versed in religious onics. We will show you ensional pictures of weddings Ive serviced." Free consultant your home at your conbee. Call Elaine at 58-1598, §tono Flower Shops, 1240 f-Avc Miami Beach, and 8871 kmc Blvd., Miami.—Adv. .T TNi 69 I"REAL-KILL BUG KILLER 12th AVENUE POMMUNITY MARKET r. N.W. 12th Ave. A 7th St. "Wt Never date" Israel Here To Stay: LONDON (JTA>— Former Governor Adlai Stevenson, winding up a six-day visit in Egypt, spoke some blunt truths at a press conference in Cairo last week and gave the Arabs some advice they found unpalatable. The Democratic standard-bearer told a press conference in the Egyptian capital that "Israel is here to stay—and so are the Arab States." He advised that "Israel and the Arab States should come to some arrangements on their problems pending a settlement." In Bagdad, however, Iraqui Premier Jamil el Madfai asserted that "I can assure you that the Iraq Government has not negotiated anything with Israel before and will never do so in the future. In fact, no one in a responsible position among the Iraqui people even thinks of negotiating anything with Israel." Meanwhile, United Nations and Israel officials hopefully waited the Adlai Stevenson outcome of agreement by the Kingdom of Jordan for resumption of meetings by local commanders to ease tension along the Jordan-Israel frontier. Going Formal? Formal W • a r that la freehly cleaned, emartly atylad, properly fitted. Complete outfite Including ehoe*. PHONE 48-2084 NIYERSITY MEN'S SHOP 2828 Ponce De Leon Boulevard Coral Gable* Miss Betsy Hftw Weds Dr. Kaplan Miss Betsy Ann Hess was married to Dr. Robert Leon Kaplan Thursday at the Westview Country Club with Dr. Jofteph R. Narot officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hess, 358 NE 104th Street. Her father gave her in marriage. She chose a waltz-length gown of white chantilly lace and nylon tulle. Her flowers were a cascade of white orchids and stephanotis. Her only attendant was Miss Nancy Russack atttired in blue organdy over taffeta. Her flowers were pink carnations and rosebuds. 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PAGE J^B tj*****? = n Air Expanding Jewish Agency By DORIS SMOLAR (Copyright, 1953, J.wish TItgraphic Agency, Inc.) The American Zionist movement is now facing a major decision which will provoke nationwide discussion. The issue is: Should the Jewish Agency be expanded to include leaders of non-Zionist groups, as was the case in 1929, when the Agency was enlarged? This issue is coming to the fore in view of the fact that Israel Premier David BenGurion and Agency Chairman Dr. Nahum Goldmann — as well as other top Israel personalities and leaders of the World Zionist movement—are strongly advocating in elusion of non-Zionists in the Jewish Agency. The matter was presented to leaders of American Zionist groups early this month at a closed meeting in New York at which Dr. Goldmann outlined the reason* for bringing the non-Zion-. ists into the Jewish Agency. While ZOA leaders oppose the plan, other American Zionist groups seem to favor it, at least experimentally. A decision on this issue will be adopted at the plenary session of the Jewish Agency executive this month. Meanwhile, the Labor Zionist groups in this country decided this week to affili-! ate with the Jewish Labor Committee from which they have remain' ed aloof all the years of the Com-1 mitteo's existence. The move was made with a view to strengthen the position of the Jewish Labor Com; mittee when it speaks on matters concerning Israel. How the move' ment to bring the non-Zionists into the Jewish Agency will affect the | contemplated American Zionist j Aaembly, which is to be convoked I by the American Zionist Council. I iDot clear to any of the Zionist i leaders at the present moment. However, plans are being mapped to have the Assembly take place during the week of Chanuka. Each Zionist group in the United ( tea will elect delegates to the Assembly which will be a kind of i jn American Zionist Congress! fashioned after the model of the World Zionist Congress This will i be the first time in the history of the American Zionist movement that all Zionist Groups in the country will meet in a united body and not in separate conventions. • • • • With the graduation season ap proaching its end, a very' interesting picture emerges of the prevailing goals among Jewish students attending American universities and colleges. Up to World War II. about one-quarter of the approximately 200,000 Jewish students in this country were engaged in studying law. Another twenty-five percent studied dentistry. More than fifteen percent studied medicine, and over twenty percent took up pharmacy. The picture now is completely changed. It seems that American Jewish youths are no longer keen on becoming doctors, lawyers or dentists. The tendency now is to become an engineer, a physicist or a chemist. At the start of the "atomic age," a young engineer or scientist has better economic prospects than a young lawyer or doctor. In fact, a study conducted among 2,300 young Jewish lawyers estab lished that about one-half of them bave an income of no more than $3,000 a year. No wonder, there fore, that the number of Jewish youths studying law is now about ten percent less than in the prewar years, and this is the case-with students attending schools of dentistry and pharmacy. In the latter cases, it is estimated that there are ten percent less Jewish students than in the pre-war period. This, despite the fact that the number of non-Jews studying medicine, law, dentistry and pharmacy has increased. • • • • You may not know it, but twothirds of all of the 200.000 Jewish students in this country attend only 50 universities and colleges of the several thousand institutions of higher learning in America. There are at least 500 schools of higher learning in America where not a single Jewish student is registered. This does not include tneological institutions or the more than 100 Negro schools. Many of the schools having no Jewish students would like to have Jews, and some of them are eren offering special scholarships to attract Jewish students. However, they are located in small towns or in sections of the country where the Jewish population is very small. On the other hand, it is estimated that one half of all the Jewish students in the United States study in New York. This is because the Jewish population of New York constitutes about one-half of all the Jews in America and also because the four NewYork municipal colleges offer tuition-free education. In New York's City College, among the 22,000 students. In there are about 80 percent Jews Brooklyn College. Jews constitute ,90 percent of the 14,500 students. At Hunter College, Jewish students constitute about 60 percent of the 11,000 member student body. At New York University — a tuition school—the 13,000 Jewish students make up 45 percent of the student body. Their number is also large in Columbia University. Queens College. New School for Social Research. Cooper Union and other New York institutions of higher education. In Chicago, Jews constitute 17 percent of all students of the University of Chicago, about 12 percent at the University of Illinois and about 10 percent at the Northwestern University. They constitute Home, Welfare Agencies Aid CJA CleojuJ Greater Miami's health and welAuxiliary, will head ttr fare institutions which are major J drive among beneficiaries in the Combined Jewish Appeal this week pledged thenall-out help in assisting the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's cleanup campaign. Board members of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, headed by Stanley C. Myers, accepted 300 outstanding pledge assignments according to an announcement by Executive Director Kfraim Gale. Mrs. Sor Slverman, president of the Jewish Home for the Aged memheti of It was reported** u, Pearlstein. Further assi^ ***** [cleanup effort j forthcoming Mount Sinai l,l,s P'N AuxsT 12 percent at Boston University. In Philadelphia, they constitute 22 percent of the Temple University student body and 2ft percent at the University of Pennsylvania. They are 18 pereent at the University of Pittsburgh and about 12 percent at the University of Michigan. which includes somsat i Women's Division campaign workers ffi S.1 local The local agenoeautewived proximately. 35 percent J funds raised in tt^6t£' ed Jewish Appear?!^ agencies received/lli $356,893 or 45 44 gercent J total raised in the campaign Sam A. 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SsSwsBres _. fubllshd avary Friday alnea 1*7 by ths Jawlah Flor.d.an at 1JC N. E. Sixth Sireat. Miami 18. Florida Entered as second-clan matter July 4, 1930, at tha Poat Office of Miami, Fla.. undar the Act of March 3, 1879. Tha Jewiah Florldlan hat abtorbad tha Jawlah Unity nd the Jewiah Weekly Member of tha Jawlah TelePM" if A 8*/'cy. Savan Arta Feature Syndloate, Worldwide New. 8erv.ee, National Editorial Association. Amar. %  can Association of EnaiiahJewish Newapapara. Florida Press Association. ^JemstiFlcridli3in OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N. E. Sixth Streel Telephone* 2-1141 — 2-8212 ruth The Jewiah Florlillan doea not guarantee the Kashi of the merchandise advertised In Its columns. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $3.00 Two Years W.OO FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publishe r LEO MINDLIN News Editor Friday, June 19, 1953 Volume 27 Number 25 Tammuz 6, 5713 rA^i#A*A.^^^^*^^^*rfWw During The Week. ..A. 17^* By LEO MINDLIN <-i*UrrWrn vi,„ H .. mrmoil of DBMSBJ European and Near Eastern existence and Israel and new found freedom. of warning and prophecy of *- %  <-. *V. "NO IMPARTIALITY TO BE SHOWN "—Dulles The Oil Main Boils Over Progress Against Bias Coming up for arraignment today are six rr.en indicted for perjury by a Federal Grand Jury investigating terrorism and bombings in Florida. The order to surrender was issued last June 3rd. The men were charged with lyinq under oath when they denied to the qrand jury trot they were members of the Ku Klux Han. There has been continued activity on this matter of vandalism and murder since the swift series of events between September and December. 1951. which saw the desecration end attempted bombinqs of a number of syncgogues and churches in the Miami area, as well as the death of an NAACP Negro official in Mims. Florida, following the detonation of several sticks of dynamite in his home This continued course of investigation taken ty the grand jury here was culminated by positive steps resulting in the present indictments which indicate a definite determination to apprehend the culprits. It is noteworthy that progress is beina made. Many of the charges pertaining to KKK activity appear to relate only indirectly to Miami's terroristic incidents. But the arraignment today will serve as a warning that attacks aqainst Houses of Worship and the brutal murder of colored pe r sons are no longer tolerated. Decency is common to all faiths and to all mankind. Challenqing one religion or one race in the name of the mythical superiority of another must come to be as outmoded as a Model Ford. If our human philosophy were as progressive aa our ambitious technology, we would be infinitely more respectable express:ons of God's design. We feel certain that the investigation here is a step in the direction of such progress. George Armstrong. Texas cattle and oil magnate, is at it again. Head of the Texas Education Association, he has been urging that the ballot be limited to White Americans. Other of his pet projects include the deportation of all immigrants here since World War I, as well as the prosecution of a number of prominent US Jews on the ground that they an traitors. Armstrong employs the best possible coercive measure, money, to attain his end. TEA funds are granted colleges and universities that promise to preach his ideals. It is gratifying to note that he has not been particularly successful with his hate campaign. While most institutions of higher learning are choked with the need for funds, they have been spurning Armstrong's offer. Piedmont College last week demanded the removal of its president James E. Walter, after he accepted a $500 a month grant from the Texas Education Aseociation. The Demorest, Georgia, school has followed the principle of true democracy in making the choice between the "grant" and intellectual freedom. The South appears to have scored again in its drive toward outrooting prejudice and bigotry. Farben Pays Off The recent court decision in Germany to uphold the claim of Norbert Wollheim against the IG-Farben chemical trust may open up new vistas of indemnity for former victims of the Nazi Third Reich. Wollheim, who now resides in New York City, sued Farben for back wages which he claimed for work in the company's slave labor factory. The fact that the German court ruled in his favor and that a higher court now hearing Farben's appeal is reported ready to underwrite the original decision prepares the ground for subsequent suits. But an interesting sidelight to the matter was Farben s defense. The company insisted that it had no alternative but to go along with the Nazi slave labor system. Even if this is true it seems that Farben officials entered into the spirit of the system with great gusto. The chemical trust's personally operated concentration camps are among the most horrifyinq examples of German atrocity sites still in existence Not even the German courts found it leas1 ible to swallow Farben's defense. Their rapid ruling in favor of Wollheim may be the result ofthe last remnants of German post war embarrassment. No one is deluded about the new Germany's" love for Jews, but at least many victims stand to gain by this decision existence and who reach Z T"* nStill, ,he council con.iVe^H "* "-• %  ;—• !" v^vaecy or doom on the basis of vi„"r ,, hon and insists that American Jewry, at least, must have „*! ilk &<*'\ to do with this "devilish" state endangering V In IDg Wha, full fledged citizenship here. This sort'of Ko^.Sfr er. and those who adhere to the confused beliefs ?,f th? Wly ought, in full justice, be given the opportunity of miti„ 0 ? niau, .l position. But they should not delude the unawarethe? u create a smoke screen of intellectual dishonesty t,v nZffl* M they are the spokesmen for all Jews. Pretending Out | The fact is that the National Council for Judaic currPB „ i I membership of some 15.000 persons, and this number can7„ iH be considered an accurate representation of American lewi h "* I Unfortunately, however, the organization's influence" 51?* i must be exposed by virtue of the methods it cm tl^ position seem generally acceptable. These method ,re 1?^ they are double-edged knives that cut two ways ,„,'" "* Israel's fragile safety on an international basis and h„, re e a?^ weapon to the American anti-Semite for further bigotedI actS, < \ i .K !" ,! AME ICAN COUNCIL FOR JUDAISM OPERATES accortk. to the theory that >t is engaged in a crusade against Jew" 3S tan while espousing an exclusively "religious' interpretation S sh life. But this is a confused and contradictory approach fc2 the meaning of words and avoids the experience of history if^J stand clearly the council's attitude, one must also understand andM. willing to accept its definitions of Jewish religion and statehood, TW organization obviously considers them opposing in nature, refusal believe that they can exist as a simultaneous ruling principal^, society The fact remains that the Jews, before the common era Z in what is now partially Israel under a government led by the it of prophetic revelation. The rebirth of a Jewish homeland is the inevitable fulfillment i the Jew s nationalistic impulse arising out of former history But b hazardous experiences as a non-acceptable exile during the put 1M years and more particularly during the past two decades eoastitaki one of the major causes for this rebirth. Without them, he would net in most likelihood, have mustered the collective effort nectswv u regain control of that particular geographic territory which the won. was generally unwilling to give him. He would not have been BMttaW by any feelings of injustice directed against him or by any moral dignation; he would not. indeed, have felt the need for self govenunea based on Biblical tradition much as American Jewry does not feel the need for individual political identification on religious grounds. The American Council's feeling is that this rebirth must nab questionable the citizenship in other lands of non Israeli Jews. So* a feeling does not take into account these important motivations tan. on bitter historical experience that led to the establishment of the Jewish State. Thus, while denying that Judaism is in any seme i nationality or a race or a culture, it inadvertently affirms tail IT all these things with the added iauendo that they are dangerous eh* actenstics. This leads credence to the mistaken notion that "all Jews an alike," and it amplifies rather than diminishes the dangers in ue charge of "dual allegiance." One of the fundamental rights belong* to mankind, however fantastic it may seem in a time obsessed by at Carran Acts and border disputes, is that of free emigration Thus one of the essential principles upon which the State of brae! ri rently operates. That American Jews actively support such a principal in the name of the physical safety of their co-religionists does not*' j all mean that they hold in low regard allegiances here. I HAVE DELIBERATELY AVOIOBD EMOTIONAL references eathave employed only American Council for Judaism terminology in at 1 effort to demonstrate that its leadership disregards very important aalbasic human impulses while magnifying its own pathological tint** The arbitrary and impossible distinction between Judaism and culture protests too loudly the council's belief that US Jewry seeks no in* vidual political identification other than American when such proteat are hardly necessary. One of the anti-Semites principal arguments is that Jewish loyalties are divided and that in the event of conflict the Jew allies hina' with some mysterious belief known as "internationalism. Ibis ** the case with Hitler who used the term "international Jew" A reeaS Soviet charge was that of "international Zionist" since repudiated hr Moscow but still strongly supported among Arab League circles fr amples of this abound in our own country, as well. California Senator Jack Tenney. who has never seen fit fully to repudiate the friendship of Gerald L. K. Smith, recently circulated a 92-page report in Congress on American Jewish individuals and organizations whose allegiances are not to be trusted. These largely represent examples of the bigot* employment of sociological con fusi on s to foster his own ends. _^ The American Council for Judaism plays into the hands of saa machinations. Its leadership has consistently resorted to the mo* dangerous methods as a means of demonstrating its belief*. P^ 1 the Republican and Democratic Party National Conventions in Cniea| last year, council members lobbied against platform planks on aid aw friendship to Israel and shamelessly allied themselves with notonoustf vicious anti-Semites who came there to ply their trade. On an international level, the council is currently endorsing .a*retary of Slate John Foster Dulles' word for word report regarding W recent Near Eastern fact finding tour without bothering to point e any of its inequities. Such practices are obviously dangerous not aw because they are based on erroneous preconceptions but because %  tw seem to speak for American Jewry at large. If the council wl 'J^ honestly and publicly admit to its organizational limitations, resp flflsr Me leadership here should continue to make them clear. ll.'.< •,u.jv„ J .,OJHI a-" Ww v ^<



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UDAY, JUNE 19. 1953 +Jewish FhrldUam PAGE 3 A FonwrlteriJIencliinaii ls€rtetfln Washington; FRes Here With Orders Continued from Page 1 A is return to Washington. The Frankfurter Rundschau in Is.ptprnbcr, 1951, published a scries p f articTelTrhaking a detailed expose of the presence of Dr. BlanKenborn nd. other Nazi diplomats i IjnVhe Bonn Foreign Office. These IdiplomaW were accused of playing Ian active role in preparing Hitler's Logression and planning the mass | C xU'rrninatian of European Jewry. Administration spokesmen have [explained that they feel it neces[sary to renfllifarize Germany as a "bulwark against Communism." [But they have not explained how I men like Blankenhorn can be trustled when the record shows how [such Nazis engineered the NaziJSoviet pact. Nor has anyone exfplained how any other ex-Nazi can 1 be trusted by democratic forces I when Manfred Zapp, Blankenhorn's (collaborator in Washington, has [now emerged as a West German Communist leader. Zapp leads a pro-Communist committee dedicated to the ideal of "German unity" I under East German leadership. A delegation of former Nazi miliI tary officers is on its way to Washington to meet with Defense Department officials. The delegation I is headed by Bonn Defense Minister Theodor Blank and General | Adoil Hcusinger. Meanwhile, the "state, of Bavaria, has closed down awl dismantled an exhibit of Nazi brutality at the site of the Dachau concentration camp, without consulting any of the Jewish, German, or international organizations interested in the "memorial exhibition which was entitled Never Again. The German situation is further complicated by State Department efforts to get Germans to seek evidence to show that Americans in Germany are Communists. Drew Pearson reported that Scott McLeod, new State Department security ofiicwho "has been suspected of working more for Senator McCarthy than Dulles," has launched such a reign of terror that in Germany, German servants have even been asked to spy on their American employers. United States diplomats, thereby causing some Germans, who watched the rise of Nazism, to comment that the United States is going Nazi. They remember that the man who purged more Communists and security risks than anyone else in history was Adolf Hitler. Joseph and Stewart Alsop, whose column appears in scores of Republican newspapers, indicated similar alarm. They tell of an interview with a German who participated In the 1944 bomb plot against Hitler. The German asked the Alsops, "how are we to feel when the de-Nazifiers Nazify themselves before our eyes?" The Alsops said that "agents of the American Government ask the German servants of American officials to spy upon their masters. Germans as well as Americans are called for interrogation—are even bullied and threatened—to secure evidence that America's representatives in Germany are men unworthy of their trust." 2oo#entists Hold JordditVAbilify To Maintain Order i Mleach Taxpayers Meet Today The Miami Beach Taxpayers' Association will hold a six-point membership luncheon at noon Friday at the Shelborne Hotel, it was announced early this week by president P. J. Davis. Two of the six points, described by Davis as "of the utmost concern" to the Beach community, deal with the planned tax equalization program now under study by the Taxpayers' Committee on taxes and research, headed by Benjamin B. Goldstein, and added factfindings on the Beach Police Department by the Civic Affairs Committee and chairman Simon E. Rubin. Two added discussions will highlight the Taxpayers' recent bills in the State Legislature and a report by James H. Ruby on the homestead exemption cut suffered by residents of 85th and 86th Streets. Bahamas Meeting A number of local dentists and their wives from South Florida, numbering nearly 200, will converge on Nassau, Bahamas, for the annual meeting of the Florida East Coast Dental Society June 19th and 20th. Although they are leading doctors of dentistry with years of experience, the members attending the convention will "go to school" again in Nassau, as they do at all their meetings, to keep abreast of the latest and best dental procedures. The main event will be a professional address on new techniques and dental materials by Dr. W. Phillips, nationally recognized authority from Indiana University. Officers of the Society are Drs. Leslie B. Bell, of West Palm Beach, president; Jack B. Beckwith, of Miami, president-elect; Albert E. Rosenthal, of Miami, 1st vice president; W. R. Edwards, of Fort Lauderdale, 2nd vice president; E. Monroe Farber, of Delray Beach, secretary treasurer; and J. E. Edwards, of Coral Gables, immediate past president. In charge of the Nassau meeting are Dr. Olin G. McKenzie of Miami, program chairman; Dr. Robert L. Kaplan, of Miami Beach, chairman of arrangements; and Dr. Albert E. Rosenthal, of Miami, attendance and registration. On Frontier Is Put In Question Continued from Page 1 A • istry invited the British Ambassador and the American charge d'affaires to call and receive a report on the assault. Held Responsible All the attacks were immediately protested to the Jordan-Israel Mixed Armistice Commission. One attack took place on a village near Lydda. One Israeli was murdered in this assault and two homes destroyed. The military attaches of the Western Powers and the Turkish Minister visited the scene of the attack. Later, the Mixed Armistice Commission, under chairmanship of Colonel Bennett de Ridder, held Jordan responsible for the assault and called on Jordan to take immediate effective action to halt violations of the armistice. Another attack was made on the village of Kfar Hess, in central Israel near Jordan territory. One Jewish woman was killed and her husband wounded. Other attacks included the killing of one man and the wounding of three other persons in a Jerusalem suburb, an attempt to sabotage the Haifa-Tel Aviv railroad and a raid on a farm near no-man's land in the Latrun area in which a woman was injured and her home blasted. Meanwhile, on Lake Kinereth, an Israeli police boat was fired on by Syrian troops on the eastern shore on the Lake. No casualties but a complaint was filed with the Israel-Syrian Mixed Armistice Commission. Stevenson Says He Understands Camp Problems In Israel TEL AVIV (JTA) — Former Gov. Adlai Stevenson said this week during his visit in Israel that "after visiting your immigrant camps and your wonderful enterprises I will return home with a better understanding of your problems and difficulties and will be able to explain them to my people." Mr. Stevenson made his remarks at a reception in Tel Aviv tendered by ZOA House and the Israel-American Friendship League. Mr. Stevenson expressed the hope that on his next visit to Israel he would find an Israel-Arab Friendship League in existence in the Jewish State. Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett, who was present at the reception, stressed that it was an honor for Israel to be able to welcome its distinguished guest, whom the Foreign Mister called "a great son of the greatest democratic nation in the world." ~\V2 "M2 Strictly Kosher Meat Now At Prices You Can Afford %i Philip Gerald Engelberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Engelberg, 1218 Pennsylvania Avenue, Miami Beach, who graduated from the University of Miami with the degree of Bachelor of Laws Cum Laude in February, 1952. received his degree at Harvard University as Master of Laws in commencement exercises there last week. 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+ ****** tWrkmn FRIDAY. JUNE 19. 1953 6A Lois Marilvn Weds Sanford Hildebrandt On June 7th. at the Delmonico Hotel. Miami Beach, Lois Marilyn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Jacobson, 1849 Crespi Boulevard, became the bride of Sanford Hildebrandt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Hildebrandt. 1325 Meridian Avenue. Rabbi Morris A. Skop officiated. Jerry Hildebrandt was best man for his brother. Mrs. Saul Neufeld. of Brooklyn. New York, was matron of honor. Judith Neufeld. niece of the groom, was flower girl. The bride selected a gown of white imported chantilly lace, with long sleeves coming to a wrist point. Queen Ann stand up collar and a tight bodice full bouffant skirt extending into a cathedral train Her fingertip illusion veil was attached to a crown of lace trimmed with seed pearls. She carried orchids on a Bible. The only piece of jewelry the bride wore was a strand of pearls given to her as a gift of the groom. Mrs Jacobson selected a gown of beige lace with irridescent bead work and wore an orchid corsage. Mrs Hildebrandt chose a gown of neptune irridescent colored chiffon with an orchid corsage. The bride and groom attended j MisS S()Ilta ,r W'ctls Miami Beach High School and were graduated from the Whitefield I)l\ HjWTY kailf 111011 School The couple had their first \ n „ garden „ nmm a the date during eighth grade at junior home of Dr and ^ Lf0 Gross Mrs. S.mtord H./aVfcr.-Wf high school. man. Miami Beach, on June 13th ^! er .*. d i"""at n-_ e De ',T. ni > % %  rrancine Abigail Sontag. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Son tag. Kew Gardens. New York, be. came the bride of Dr. Harry Kauf home at .02 84th Street. Miami ma(v son of Mr and Mr$ Davjd Hotel, the couple flew to Havana and Veradera Beach for their honeymoon Thev will make their Beach Among those attending the wedIr ;. lng LehrmM"officiated^ ding were Mrs Elsie Hess, the bride's maternal grandmother Miami Beach: Mr and Mrs Saul Neu feld. of Brooklyn, the groom"s sister and brother-in-law: and MisKaufman. Chicago. Illinois. Rabbi Best man was Dr. Leo Grossman. Mrs. Arthur Snyder. sister of the bride, was matron of honor. The bride selected a blue silk Molly Hildebrandt. of Newark. New chi [ fon baHenna-length gown with Jersey, the grooms aunt matching bonnet and carried and i old fashioned bouquet of spring flowers. Newlywed Mrs. Kaufman received the AB degree in Education at Queens College. New York. She is a member of Phi Delta Zeta Sorority and Keyne House. She took graduate work toward the Masters degree at the City College of New York. Dr. Kaufman received the MD degree at the University of Illinois Medical School, interned at Cook County Hospital in Chicago and was residence at Marine Hospital. Staten Island. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics and Licenciate of the American Board of Pediatrics. He servi ed overseas as a captain in the I'nited States Army. After a dinner and reception, the couple flew to Mexico for an extended honeymoon They will make their permanent residence in Miami Beach. Miss Uhn I. Umlkim KalkinsTellOf Ellen Eve's Betrothal Mr and Mrs. Jack Kalkin. 2440 j SW 23rd Street, announce the en, gagement of their daughter, Ellen i Eve, to Harvey Philip Amster. son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Amster, 290 SW 72nd Avenue. The bride-elect graduated from Miami High School and attended the University of Miami. She is a member of Sharet Chapter. B'nai ; B'rith. Her fiance also graduated from Miami High School and attended the University of Miami. He is a i member of the Pioneer Riding < Club Miss Wilck Weds In Garden Setting In a garden setting at her home on June 14th, Miss Joan Dorothy Wilck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. J Karl Wilck, 1200 SW 23rd Court. Miami, became the bride of Theo| dore David Schwartzman. son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry N. Schwartzman. 1210 Douglas Road. Coral .Gables. Rabbi Irving Lehrman of%  f iciated. Usher was Sidney Wilck Miss .Elaine Schwartzman acted as I bridesmaid, with Miss Janet Brin, maid of honor. Best man was Er'win B. Frenkil. The bride selected a white lace ballerina-length gown with illusion ,neckline outlined in irridescent seed pearls and matching lace gauntlets. Her fingertip illusion veil was attached to a tiara of seed pearls and rhinestone. She carried orchids on a Bible. Newlywed Mrs. Schwartzman was graduated from Miami §eoior High School, attended George Washington University and the University of Miami. Mr. Schwartzman was graduated j from the United States Merchant Marine Academy, Kings Point. New ; York, and attended the University {of Miami. He recently returned after spending two years in active service as a Lieutenant Junior Grade in the United States Navy. After a reception, the couple left by car for New York and Canada. They will make their residence at 2ft Almeria Avemse, Coral Gables. aws. TaeacWe D. Scawsrhaai — Photo bj Artaal — Abbr)-Starr Arlyne Weinberg Plans Kail Kites An early Fall wedding is being planned by Miss Arlyne Weinberg. Miami, and William Roberts Martin. Stamford, Connecticut Their engagement is announced by the bride-elect's parents Mr. and Mrs. Morris W. Weinberg. 2264 SW 2nd Street. Miami Miss Weinberg attended Miami Senior High School, the University of Miami and Syracuse University Her fiance, a veteran of the Korean War. is the son of Mrs Sydney R Martin. Stamford, and the late Mr. Martin. He was graduated from Stamford High School and attended James Millikin University. Father's Day Program Slated For WMIE A special Father's Day program J will be featured on Simon Seii* n's {Jewish Forum oi the Air. Sunday, June 21st. 10:30 am. over station ; WMIE. A teen age panel on the subject. Do Modern Fathers Spend Enough Time With Their Children. I will be narrated by David Rabinowitz with participating fathers and children. Joseph Schreibman. rauisic director of the Miami Beach : Jewish Center, will present his own composition on the piano. Five-year-old radio star Ricky will also deliver Father's Day greetings Kutims Honeymoon In Great Smokies Working together on the building campaign of the Tifereth Israel Northside Jewish Center. Mrs. Estelle Bayer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman W. Lefcourt. 8612 PERSONALLY SPEAKING Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kurman are vacationing in New York City at the Park Sheraton Hotel •Cr