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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 )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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
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tOLUME 27Number 26
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JUNE 26, 1953
ftep-by-Step
Program To
Ease Tension
WASHINGTON (JTA)The Eis-
Ihower Administration has decid-
on a "step-by-step" program to
tempt gradually to resolve Israel-
ft-ab differences with concentra-
on un the Arab refugee problem
Kvisioned as the first step. This
as made known last week by a
gh State Department source who
K .lit to clarify American aims in
Ke Israel-Arab area.
I it was decided in the wake of
Becrct.iry of State John Foster
ullcs' return from the Near East
hat this government could do
ftthing dramatic "overnight" to
King Arab-Israel peace. In some
Bays, it was found, the situation
las deteriorated rather than im-
proved. Consequently, a formula
If approaching individual problems
In i at a time has been decided
II
I An early development indicated
Bas an approach to Arab leaders
limed at "breaking the back" of
Bie Arab refugee problem. Also
Ksaulized are moves to absorb the
Brab refugees through develop
Bicnt schemes facilitated by the
utual Security Aid program, to
Bolve Arab-Israel border problems,
Id work out Israel compensation
Id Arabs for abandoned properties,
lon-i.lcrution of the international-
Bation of Jerusalem and re-assur-
lr.ee- to allay Arab fears.
I The State Department believes
Beace might be expedited as a re-
sult of the re-affirmation by the
Administration of the tripartite
Bon-aggression agreement of 1950.
"he need for economic aid for the
Bear East was stressed and mili-
tary assistance was mentioned in
Khis connection. Concern that Con-
Brcss may reduce Mutual Security
Aid economic appropriations was
Indicated by top department offi-
Iri.iN who expressed fear not only
or the Near East but for the en-
lire economic program throughout
he world.
Ask For Fund*
lit was revealed that the State
pepartment has asked Congress for
funds for Israel and the Arab
tates which represent about the
same amounts previously allocat-
jed. The State Department made
Bnown that it felt it had reduced
Ithe aid program as much as was
prudent. It indicated that further
kuts might endanger world secur-
ity and foreign policy objectives.
It has been noted by the archi-
tects of the present US foreign
[policy that there has been very
[slow progress in the Israel-Arab
larea. They feel that the American
Ipeople are getting a better educa-
Ition "in what both sides add up to."
lit is held that no real program ex-
listed during the Democratic Ad-
ministration to solve the Israel-
lArab situation. On the other hand,
lit was stressed that the Republic
|n Administration cannot take the
Position that what has happened in
IPalestine can be undone because
| the new Administration maintains
[that it does not feel Israel should
I be undone.
I Other objectives mentioned in-
clude an attempt which will be
I made to achieve Israel-Arab co-
I operation on development of w;# r
resources and the development of
land for settlement. A high source
stressed that aid'.or the Near East
should not be reduced but increas-
ed.
House Approves 65 Million Grant
In Mutual Security Aid to Israel
to Congress a re-
i" amount as during
vi JVKGQT0N-(.JT*i- ThC "USe Freign Affairs Committee has reported out
.. i. h C1Tm,"ee;hs r?Prt t0 the House s*id that for Israel, "the content of the program wil^e the same
as ,t has been for the two prev.ous years." Last year, Israel received 570,000.000 while the sum for the
year before was $65,000,000. A late
report this week said that aid for
Israel, estimated at approximately
$65,000,000 irt economic support
funds and a potential share in mili-
tary allocations, remained intact in
the Mutual Security Bill following
a vote by the House of Representa-
tives which approved the entire
$4,998,732,500 measure.
However, this represented only
the first step the bill must hurdle
before it is translated into law. It
now goes to the Senate. Later, the
actual allocation of funds must
again be approved by both houses,!
and it is expected that this last j
phase may see the most determin-1
ed efforts to reduce the amount of
the appropriation.
(The New York Times reported
that the United States has decided ;
to offer separate arms aid to Arab
governments "in a move to bolster
the strategic Middle East against
Cotmmmisni." The report said that
American ambassadors will be in-
structed as soon as Congress
make funds available to notify
Arab nations of United States wil-
lingness to begin such negotia-
tions.)
Hits Propaganda Line
In the course of the committee's
hearings, the State Department ex-
hibited a map to dramatize the
difference between the Jewish area
under the partition plan and the
"area under Israel control, not
granted under the partition plan."
Arthur Z. Gardiner, politico-ec-
onomic adviser of the State De-
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Wait for Ike
Stand On
Books
ftoshe Sheriff
. IMS no solution
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
WASHINGTON Jewish organ-
izations, painfully aware of what
followed book burnings in Nazi
Germany, are waiting anxiously for
President Eisenhower to take ac-
tion to back up his remarks at
Dartmouth against book burning.
Meanwhile, Senator Joseph Mc-
Carthy has aimed violent insinua-
tions of disloyalty against Senator
Herbert Lehman and Professor Al-
i bert Einstein.
The pro-Eisenhower Washington
Post commented editorially that
when American officials purge
United States libraries that are
supposed to be symbols of freedom,
it is no wonder that foreigners ask
whether this country is going Fas-
cist. The question may seem to us
to be irrelevant and irreverent, but
the memory of Fascism is keen in
Europe, and Europeans know that
book burning marked the begin-
ning of Fascism in Italy and Ger-
many.
Anti-Nazis are terrified by the
purging of books in the US Infor-
mation Service libraries in Ger-
many. A New York Times dispatch
said that the book purges and other
US censorial activities "have done
much to undo the herculean efforts
of US occupation forces in the post-
war years to present American de-
mocracy to the German people as
a magnet to draw them away from
WASHINGTON (JTA) American \ totalitarian attitudes." In his final
diplomatic action at Amman aimed report as High Commissioner, John
at curbing Jordanian violations of j J. McCloy said that one of the
Israel's frontier is expected by Is-, basic tasks of the American librar-
rael sources here. This was learn- ies was to combat the intellectual
ed in the wake of an urgent call stagnation of the Nazi period and
Abba fbon
. .. Makes urgent call
Seek Action
To Prevent
Violations
nounced also that Israel would
"welcome renewal of diplomatic
relations with Russia."
Following conclusion of Mr.
Sharett's speech, the Knesset vot-
ed the Foreign Ministry budget of
two and a half million pounds.
In obvious reference to recent
recommendations by Secretary of
State John Foster Dulles. Mr. Shar-
ett declared that Israel does not
see any solution of the Arab* refu-
gee problem in returning a portion
of them to the Jewish State. "One
must not feed the refugee on false
hopes, he added.
He said that as long as there was
no peace Israel would oppose ship-
ment of arms to states which re-
fused to make peace with Israel.
"We will oppose the arming of the
Arabs since the arms are aimed
at us and for no other purpose,"
he declared.
In a comment on Jerusalem, to
which Mr. Dulles had also referred,
Mr. Sharett insisted that there was
Continued on Pb* 2
Professor Buber Is
Honored In Germany
FRANKFURT (JTA) Profes
sor Martin Buber, noted Jewish
philosopher who has just arrived
in Germany for an extended lec-
ture tour, will receive the 1953
Peace Prize Of The German Book
Trade, it is announced here.
First winner of the $2,500 prize,
in 1950. was Jewish author and
pacifist Max Tau.
while a number of committee mem-
bers displayed similar hostility. Al-
leging that there is less land under
Continued on Pag* 2
Sharett Sets
Conditions
For Peace
JERUSALEM (JTA) Foreign
Minister Moshe Sharett told the
Israel Parliament this week that
peace between Israel and the Arab
States was possible only on the
basis of the territorial and demo-
TSS& debate 2n0Isra^li!sdforgeign P^ent's Near Eastern Division ^ Amb^doT A"bbI'Eban"on 'the t"h7'ef"fect" oV 12 years "of isolation
DQjE^re^ted^rsrriJS "ST" manyu PS" agaT.St Israeli State Department. The Depart-; and one-sided information."
^tot^KSK!dS: J^JSSjSkSSSSTS. ment 'ndicated CnC"n VerHt,he Rising 'he President's "e.o-
incidents but expressed a wish for \ quent denunciation of book bum-
further consideration of the facts, j jng" Senator Thomas C. Hennings,
Israel sources anticipate, mean- Jr., a Missouri Democrat, said he
while, that action will be taken by J felt constrained "to point out that
Israel at the United Nations to j it has been the president's own ad-
draw attention to the continuation ministration that has ordered the
of attacks from the Jordan side of book burning." By "book burning,"
the border. A memorandum des-. he said he meant "any effort to re-
cribing the situation may be sub- move books from libraries." Hen-
mitted to the United Nations. The nings said "the campaign is 68-
Isame sources feel that the United pecially regrettable in Germany
States has not yet taken sufficient "because Germany under the Nazis
' action to restrain Jordan from con- had a particularly virulent history
'tinuing the provocations, which of book burning." He said that
mounted in intensity last week. "book burning in all its forms is a
Jordan May Agree 'totalitarian device to reinforce the
i, authoritarian control of the state.
UNITED NATIONS For five Jordan may agree to Israel's pro-{au'""" .. ,n .
nights in a row just prior to Major poSai that high level talks be held McCarthy stacked Lehman for
General Vagn Bennike's taking ov-1 between the two states to eliminate "illegal 'use of the Congressional
er his new post of chief of staff border tension, it was indicated i j free mailing Privileges objecting
of the United Nations Truce Super-1 informed quarters this week after specifically to ^" s dg^u-
vision Organization in Palestine, | Jordan representatives had con-1 ion of a speech attac!k8 McC-
armed marauders from Jordan sented in principle to such talks, thy andthe McC^rran-WaWer^Im-
crossed the border and killed vil-; during negotiations to halt mfil-
lagers and destroyed houses in Is- j trations. ___________
The attacks were organized
Bennike Is
Seen 'Good'
For His Job
By ARTHUR LEWIS
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
rael.
migration Act. Shouting that Leh-
man was "one of the wealthiest
men in the Senate," McCarthy
sought to link the New Yorker
Sr^-iMK! German. Acquit Nazi K,jS
Moshe'Sharett, had to warn the I gentenced To Life
Jordanian government of the con-
of such international
sequences
KARLSRUHE (JTA) A Nazi
official, sentenced to penal servi-
These troubles served as a poor tude for life a few years ago for
welcome for General Bennike and slaughtering Jews in the Polish
were hardly expected as a local'town of Izbica, near Lublin, and
commanders' agreement had just now acquitted on the basis of a
been signed to prevent such oc- j sworn statement by a Nazi col-
currences; but. if they were meant has announced he will seek
, daunt him'!f;//ai'rda/0erxp,ehre; compensation and reinstatement
Dane as a soldier of great exptr i-
ience. has faced much greater dif- into his former post in the Ger-
Continued on Page 13
| man judicial administration.
Lehman replied that he had no
apology, for he had only used the
same mailing privileges available
to all members of Congress. He
added, "I am going to fight Mc-
Carthyism so long as I have the
strength, and I am going to fight
against the kind of an immigration
policy that is set forth in the Im-
migration Act, and I shall do so
regardless of the Senator from Wis-
consin." The 75-year-old Lehman,
who lost a son in the war against
Continued on Page 13



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House Approves 65 Million Mutual
Security Aid Proposal For Israel
Continued from Pag* 1
*
cultivation now than when the Ar-
abs tilled the soil. Mr. Gardiner
said:
"Now if you listen to the Israeli
propaganda line and let us call
io live in Jordan. We have moved
people in from Europe,' and re-
member that we have plans in Is-
rael to use substantially all the
Jordan waters, so that Israel can
become viable." He said that It-
it that because that is what it is ; rgel'i argument that the Arab ref-
they show how they doubled s were a po^ntjai fifth column
and trebled production. But any- \ u r
body with two eyes in his head can | represented "the party line,
go through Israel and see abandon-' Speaking of the movement of the
ed orange groves and see other, Arabs from Israel. Mr. Gardiner
abandoned lands that are not cul- ^.^ ^ wou,d not excuipate com
IV* I I pletelv the Jewish people for their
When criticism was made of Jew- *"ril m,,mnrl
ish farmers. Mr Gardiner told the [ hand in this event. He mentioned
committee that Israel might want in this connection "massacres of
the Arab refugees back to work Arabs" by "the Stern Gang."
the land "if you do not talk about Representative John M. Vorys.
it too much." Technical Coopera-. ohJO Repubiican. said Congress
tion Administrator Stanley Andres: he| d establisn Israe|, "but we
pointed out that new arrivals in,never voted to have tne Kovern.
Israel "just do not know how to men, Md ,he ,c jn the coun.
farm Representative Frances P. L ,ha, we recognjred. simplv ,ake
Bolton. Ohio Republican, inter- ^tmbodv elses property" Con-
jected: "They are interested in had no, comrmtted ,tseif "to
business. She said "the orchards; lhrow ou, dispossessed people,
were good where the Arabs owned ukc ,heir |and uke their proper.
,hem ty.'he stated.
During his testimony. Mr Gar-1 A State Department map was ex-
diner said: "It would not accord hibited by Mr. Gardiner to show
with my morals to say. Arabs, you the difference between the Jewish
There is no
"overnight cure"
for constipation!
But there is a natural way to free
yourself from harsh purges forever
are* under the partition plan aid
the present boundaries of Israel
Representative Walter H. Judd.
Minnesota Republican, asked if the
map showed "what the Israelites
have seized that was not given to
them." Mr. Gardiner replied "that
is the land now occupied by Israel
which was allotted to the Arab
states under the UN partition
plan."
Mr. Gardiner told the committee
that there was a prospect "if Israel
continues to put her house in or-
der, of viability within five or six
years time viability in terms of
no more requirement for United
States grants." Representative
Burr Harrison, a Virginia Demo-
crat, raised the question of why
"our past contribution was $57 to
the Jew and $0.50 to the Arab."
He also questioned why there
should be military aid.
In the course of the hearings
numerous discussions were held
"off the record" for security
reasons and the committee did not
make these discussions public.
Subsequent references indicated,
however, that allegations that Is-
rael discriminated against Arabs
and seized Arab property unlaw-
fully were made in some of this
secret testimony.
Representative Jacob K. Javits.
New York Republican, countered
pro-Arab arguments at many points
in the lengthy hearings. In re-
sponse to Mrs. Javits' question
about the military' prowess of Is-
rael. Henry A. Byroade. Assistant
Secretary of State for Near Eastern
Affairs, praised the efficiency of
the Israel Army.
John D. Jernegan testified as
Acting Assistant Secretary' of State
for Near Eastern Affairs, that
"while it would not be possible
initially to include Israel in the
same defense organization with the
Arab states, we would undertake
to make parallel arrangements
with Israel and the country's re-
quirements and potential contribu
tion to Middle East defense could
receive full consideration."
By and large, constipation is not a
"ready-made" condition that strikes
* th'.ut warning. It is a frotrcssire
ailment.
AND THE PROGRESS OF CON.
STIRATION. FROM OCCASION Al
TO COMMON TO CHRONIC. /S
HASTENED TO A WIDELY IS REAL-
ISED EXTENT ~BY THE WAY THE
DIGESTIVF. SYSTEM IS ABI SEP
YEAR AFTER YEAR WITH S TRONC
'I RGA TIVE t <>MHI! NQSTOO
HARSH IN IMMEDIA TE EFFECT TO
HAVE A SOUND CORRECTIVE RE
^l IT. ~ ^^~^~~~ ""-"
Gxuinual overdosing inflicts upon
hr whole digestive system an unnat-
lral punishment which leaves behind
i trail of digestive havoc An upatt
toaaach, a small intestine containing
little nourishment to leed the body,
and a colon which often needs an-
other purgative doseand another
to prod it into renewed muscuUar ac-
tion.
It's no wonder sooner or later the
vicious "laxative habit" takes bold.
Before the victims realize it. their
condition has progressed so far that
even daily laxative or purgative dos-
ing can no longer bring satisfactory,
comfortable relief.
Of COURSE. THIS NEED NEVER
HAPPEN. IF YOVRE CONSTI-
PATED BECAUSE OF LACK OF
BULK IN YOUR DIETAS IS USU-
ALLY THE CASE-THERE IS A ~WA~T
to AVOip'bntucTTTrRrrA'xT'-
TIVES ALTOGETHER, AND PLACE
YOUR MAIN DEPENDENCE ON
NATURE. ~~~~~~~~ ~~
Whole-wheat bran, you know, is
nature's "laxative food instead of a
medicine When properly processed
and shredded, it yields smooth bulk
that does naturally what drug-type
laxatives do chemically.
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fine, soft consistency, thus it supplies
bulk which neither scratches, irritates
nor inflames the normal colon. It
helpsas nature intendedto sup-
ply the proper consistency for un-
forced, normal elimination.
THERE IS NO CHURNING.
NO STOMACH UPSET. NO
AFTER EFFECT. EXCEPT THE
FEELING or SATISFACTION
AND HI.FI1.I.MENT WHICH
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No exaggerated or unsupported
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Kellogg's on the package, a symbol
of health throughout the civilized
world, speaks (or itself.
Of course. Kellogg's All-Bran is no
"overnight cure" for constipation.
There is no such thing. All-Bran must
be eaten regularly to obtain the nat-
ural and lasting relief you are looking
for.
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no change in Jerusalem's status as
the capital of Israel "The sacred-
ness of Jerusalem is deeply rooted,
and we are ready to die for it. Jer-
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thing in the world," he stressed.
At the same time, he stated, that
"there is no discrepancy between
Israel's sovereignty over Jerusalem
and international requests concern-
ing the Holy Places within the city.
"We are ready at any time for
the internationalization of the Holy
Places on condition that it should
not undermine Israel's sovereign-
ty." be emphasized. He said Jor-
dan had also promised to interna-
tionalize the Holy Places in its ter-
ritory. He said Jordan had violated
the armistice agreement provisions
guaranteeing the Jews free access
to the Wailing Wall and other Jew-
ish Holy Places in the Old City.
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rayne To Head
fables B'nai B'rith
Irheodore B. Wayne will be in-
l-illecl as president of the B'nai
frith Chapter of Coral Gables,
kdge N<>. 1682, on Sunday, June
8th, at 7:30 p.m.
The installation of officers, a
Inner and dance will take place
Dinner Key Terrace, with the
lonorable Grady L. Crawford as
ucst speaker.
Sidney Haskoe will be installed
Is 1st vice president. Others are
PAGE 3
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Shown above is Mrs. Dinah Waxman (third from left) at a reception held in her honor upon
her arriva from England to visit with her son and daughter-in-law. Rabbi and Mrs. Alfred
Waxman (second and fourth from left). The reception was tendered by the West Miami Jew-
ish Center Sisterhood. Looking on are Mrs. I. Teitler (left), Mrs. Al Lampert (second from
right), in charge of the program, and Mrs. David Dresner (right), president of the Sisterhood.
Rabbi Waxman is the Center spiritual leader.
w
Theodore Wayne
Manuel Lubel, 2nd vice president;
Sidney Efronson, recording secre-
tary: Hy Friedman, treasurer; Sol
iappaport, corresponding secre-
|ary; Reuben Traven, financial sec-
ilary; Ed Miller, monitor; Sam
vratish, warden; and Irvin Sirkin,
|guurdian.
Trustees to be installed are Lou-
is Feldman, Stanley Wasser, Sam
,leyers. Saul Von Zamft, Bernard
Goodman, Arthur Winkelman,
Frank Smulson, Oscar Sindell and
William Hechler.
ttabbi Lehrman At Convention
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual, of the subject with Professor Abra-
leader of the Miami Beach Jewish ham J. Heschel, Professor of Phil-
Center, left on Monday for Atlantic | osophy and Religion at the Jewish
City, where he is attending the an-
nual convention of the Rabbinical
Assembly of America, the Conserv-
ative body of American Rabbis af-
filiated with the Jewish Theolog-
ical Seminary of America.
Rabbi Lehrman joined with some
400 spiritual leaders in a discus-
sion of the problems of the Ameri-
can Jewish community. As a high-
light of the Tuesday session, he
Theological Seminary and author
of the recent best seller, The Earth
Is The Lord's.
North Shore Joint Dance
The North Shore B'nai B'rith
Lodge and Chapter will hold their
second monthly dance on Saturday
evening, June 27th, at the Sorrento
Dov Chapter Party
A dessert luncheon and card
party will be sponsored by the Dov
Chapter, Mizrachi Women, on
Tuesday, June 20th, 12:30 p.m., at
the home of Mrs. William Clein,
1860 SW 4th Street, Miami. Pro-
ceeds will go to the Children's Vil-
lage and Farm School in Israel.
Consultant Named For
I GMJCC-Home Program
Harold A. Tobias, Miami Beach
[sales representative for Mr. Fos-
ters Store, will become the arts
and crafts consultant of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter in its special extension program
for the residents of the Jewish
Home for the Aged.
In a program designed jointly by
the Home and GMJCC, a variety of
handicraft activities will be pro-
vided to offer constructive outlets
for the residents. Activities will
include braiding and weaving,
plastic modeling, shellcraft and
leathercraft.
Hotel. In charge of tickets are
delivered a paper on. The Meaning j Mrs. Daniel Wolfson and Milton-I education course in child psychol
Of Prayer In The Modern World, Mannheimer, Chapter and Lodge ogy on Monday, June 29th, 8:15
and participated in a presentation presidents. p.m., at the First Unitarian Church.
JSSB Supervisor Speaks
Harold Nappan, assistant super-
visor of the Jewish Social Service
Bureau, will speak on, Common
Problems Of The Average Teen
Ager In The Family, at the adult
Name Winners Of
New Ashe Award
Three winners of the national
Bowman P. Ashe memorial scholar-
ships at the University of Miami
were announced yesterday by the
student-faculty committee hand-
ling the awards.
Twenty high school seniors
from six states competed for the
scholarships which were establish-
ed this year by the U-M students
to commemorate the University's
founder-president.
Full tuition scholarships were
granted to Irene Laurie Roberts,
Ft. Lauderdale, and Stuart H. San-
field, Miami Beach, formerly of
Boston, and a one-half tuition
award went to Spencer Armour,
Memphis, Tennessee.
The special scholarship fund
supported by the U-M student body
pays tuitions for the first year, and
the University contributes the final
three years' tuition. Each scholar-
ship student must qualify for con-
tinuing tuition aid by maintaining
a B average in his scholastic
grades. Last January, Arthur Ber-
ken, a senior, presented the schol-
arship plan to the Student Senate.
Miss Roberts is a graduate of the
Ft. Lauderdale High School. She
lives with her parents, Mr* and
Mrs. Luther W. Roberts, at 1523
NW 10th Avenue, Ft. Lauderdale.
Young Sanfield graduated from
Boston English High, before mov-
ing to Miami Beach. He is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs M. San-
field, 8017 Byron Avenue.
Armour, the third winner, is a
graduate of the Memphis Technical
High School. He is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Spencer A. Armour, of
Memphis.
Max Urvenberg
Met At 76
Max Greenberg, owner of the
Bancroft Hotel, died on Tuesday,
June 16th. He was 76 years old.
A resident of Miami Beach for
the past 15 years, Mr. Greenberg
was active in many Jewish organi-
zations. He was a member of the
Board of Directors of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center, B'nai B'rith,
Zionist Organization of America,
Hebrew Academy and the Jewish
Home for the Aged.
Survivors include Mr. Green-
berg's wife, Edith; two sons, Arch-
ie, of Miami Beach, and Abe, of
California; and a daughter, Mrs.
B. Bennett, of Boston.
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HI. ESTATE Or'
ethel small warman,
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' k a ETHEL WAKMAN. Deceased
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Published every Friday since 1927 by the Jewish
Fioridian at 12C N. E Sixth Street. Miami 18, Florida.
Entered js second-class matter July 4. 1930, at the Post
Office of Miami, Fla.. under the Act of March S. 1879.
The Jewish Fioridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity
and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Tele-
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Friday, June 26, 1953
Volume 27 Number 26
Tammuz 13, 5713
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It has become somewhat of a tradition for
us to welcome and wish well the new leaders
of oiganizations here. Our greeting is now ex-
tended to Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg whose
appointment as executive director of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation was announced
last week.
Dr. Rosenberg steps into one of the most sig-
nificant positions of leadership cmong charit-
c.b.'e and philanthropic groups in the Jewish
community. Traditionally. Federation in this
city has been the symbol of united giving to
support a broad program of upbuilding in Is-
jaeJ, as well as numerous social service and
cultural agencies both nationally and on the
loco! scene.
In this sense, Federation may ideally be re-
garded as a cohesive force for Miami Jewry.
The development of interrelated programs of
cctivity" among many organizations here has,
at least in part, been its responsibility. In ad-
dition, Federation is also the community plan-
ning agency which coordinates the capital
fund needs of our area's institutions.
In the face of this, Dr. Rosenberg steps into
a position of leadership at a time when sup-
port of Federation's major function, the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal, has been less than our
expanding area warrants. While nation-wide
giving to the UJA dropped visibly during the
past few years, it seems to us that Miami's cam-
paign should not have been typical of this
tencency.
Dr. Rosenberg has a big job ahead of him
to rr.ake the Jewish community truly represent
its constantly widening scope and to make of
Federation an organization that has its finger
en the pulse of philanthropic and celtural ac-
tivities here. But no executive director can do
the job alone. We are certain that Miami will
pitch in to help Dr. Rosenberg in his coming
efforts.
Ike Speak* Dm
President Eisenhower touched off a storm of
ccrtroversy and threw light on a number of
heretofore unrevealed incidents by an appar-
ently innocent remark he passed in a speech
at Dartmouth last week.
T.scussing the need for guarding our sacred
right of free thought, the President launched an
attack on the would-be book burners of our
t:me who urge the destruction of literature per-
taining to social and economic philosophies
the; are inimical to our own.
He said that we must regard with reverence
the fundamental meaning of a library and that
libraries ought, under no circumstances, be-
come the objects of irresponsible investigation
and censorship. Several days later, President
Eisenhower issued a modifying statement to his
praiseworthy stand at Dartmouth in which he
indicated that a distinction should be made
between books that present a study of these
philosophies and those that advocate the down
fall of our nation.
Apparently, this statement was designed to
strengthen further his attitude on the need for
calm thinking during these tense times. For
the President specifically warned against the
sort of censorship that only serves to foster ig-
norance. "How can we." he asked, "fight Com-
munism when we know nothing about it?"
We certainly hope that President Eisenhow-
er's gualifying stand has nothing to do with
recent reports that numerous US Information
Services overseas have taken to suppressing
the distribution of books naively considered
"dangerous." It would be disappointing to feel
that his subsequent observation was being us-
ed as a means of excusing this practice.
The President's courageous speech has
elicited much praise from liberal-mmlang
Americans who are tired of a rampant Mc-
Carthyism that knows no bounds to its methods
for "protecting" democracy and that is willing
to emulate Hitlerian book-burning parties here.
But there can be no middle road in the matter.
If we have arrived at the point where we
feel it is necessary to regulate the fundamental
American principle of free thought, then we
have already submitted to a shameful sort of
intimidation.
THE ETHEL AND JULIUS ROSENBERG CASE .
e with the death last week of the two convicted ardl
t be understood at the outset is that the supp, spies
bergs did not fight far clemency on "humanitarian
they continue their efforts in behalf of ntlilnii T i """^ nor ^
1IC_C a,,er,hef
on such grounds. The dead couple's legal entanglement raoidi "* N
into a political device employed by the Communist partv ,UnN
aphasia
Th* Rosen,
country on ft,
Walit, of th*
NEWS ITEM ISRAEL AND JORDAN SIGN
BORDER SUPERVISION PACT
Chango Are In Order
In this week's issue of The Jewish Fioridian,
our columns carry a letter to the editor which
includes correspondence from four of Miami's
Rabbis concerning the Burial Rites Association
(Chevra Kadisha) here. Associations of "this
nature and their work date back to Biblical
generations and provide for the rules and- regu-
lations attending the administration of last rites
for the dead.
As with every problem concerning members
of a community, the structural makeup of in-
dividual organizations is determined by the
community itself in order that local needs may
best be met. In our opinion, there was a time
in the early days of the Miami Jewish com-
munity when the Chevra Kadisha provided a
much needed service here. The area had no
Jewish-owned funeral homes then, and this
created a number of problems regarding the
handling of Jewish funeral services.
Today, the picture is changed. We there-
fore believe that
1. The area's Rabbis should get the in-
dividual assurances of local funeral homes
that they will ask each family if last rites
are desired.
2. The Rabbis should compile a certi-
fied list of persons in the area who are
qualified to administer the ritual and make
it available to the funeral homes.
3. The funeral homes should be accord-
ed the privilege of selecting from the list
those qualified persons they desire to ad-
minister the ritual in the event that fam-
ilies of the dead request it.
4. Rabbis should be made to feel free
to be present during the administration of
last rites at any time they so desire in
order to assure the fact that the ritual is
properly performed.
These suggestions will do away with the or-
ganized Chevra Kadisha groups and eliminate
from the Miami Jewish community the turmoil
and internal politics that besets this endeavor.
They will remove from our area another phase
of the commercial aspects attendant to religion
and place the responsibility of Jewish ritual-
istic practice with the Rabbis, where it rightly
belongs, not with a lay leadership that con-
stitutes itself an an authority on religious law
A basic need of the Chevra. the providing
of last rites to those unable to pay. is no longer
existent since undertakers and cemeteries al-
ways provide its services and facilities with-
out cost to those unable to pay.
the "brutal impersonality" of American judicial processes
bergs became an issue for heated discussion in even
European continent, and this attests to the amoral <
fate. The nature of the support they attracted in this c
form of the Committee to Secure Justice for the Rosenbergs if "*
proof that the convicted couple was being used to foment unre t
make questionable in eveo" American citizen's mind the ^Z to
our trial system and to present a portrait of consistent miscarri!? '
justice based on such principles of "confession" as are common V
police states. t0 *"
Those knowing anything at all about the persons whr. ,
positions of leadership on the Rosenberg Committee can teai^"^
nize the political rather than the moral motivation behind the col?"
avowed supporters. And it is precisely this confusion that set ,*!
with rare exception any wholly honest public interest in the case
that prevented what might have been a more considered judgment!
the Rosenbergs' fate. In this regard and in the face of the hysterical
charges and countercharges attending their conviction and execution.
it is necessary to make a clear distinction between the question of
guilt or innocence and that pertaining to the circumstances attendia
their sentence pronouncement. There is. no doubt from the facts
brought to light during the trial that the husband and wife were guilty
of espionage, but there is reason to question the validity of the method
that was employed to convict them. No less a legal authority thaa
United States Supreme Court Justice William 0. Douglas doubted its
legality when he granted a stay of execution at the last moment and
offered a three-thousand-word opinion in which he pointed out his
belief that specific laws concerned with atomic security had been over-
looked.
But the Rosenberg case started off on the wrong loot from the
very beginning. The decision to bring the couple before Judge Irving
KafSfman in New York added by inuendo the issue of anti-Semitism
and unnecessarily obscured the essential question. The stated effort
to obviate all possible charges of race prejudice actually magnified
the Jewish factor and placed extraneous considerations un Judge Kauf-
man's shoulders. Thus, the press made much of his frequent trips
to synagogue where he prayed for divine guidance. It is reasonable io
suspect that a subtle sort of psychological intimidation with the choice
of a Jewish judge early added to the probability of a conviction apart
from the testimony brought to bear on the Rosenbergs' jiuilt. But it
remained for the Douglas opinion to bring to light concrete questions
regarding the manner in which the couple was finally brought to
justice.
THE ROSENBERGS WERE SENTENCED TO DEATH under the
1917 Espionage Act. This law makes spying punishable by execution.
The Douglas opinion, which carefully avoided reference to Judge Kauf
mans decision and which, by implication, accepted it. called judicial
attention to the 1946 Atomic Energy Security Act. According to itt
provisions, a jury' pronouncement is mandatory. Justice Douglas' grant
ing a stay was based on his doubt that the Rosenbergs had been tried
under the proper law since their sentence was handed down by a single
individual. The stay was set aside and the couple executed last week.
It is important to speculate on the post-execution activities of the case
because the Committee to Secure Justice for the Rosenbergs has al
ready announced its intention of continuing the struggle to clear the
names of the convicted spies.
This means that the Rosenbergs will remain on the scene as a
political pawn for a long time to come. They make excellent heart-
rending material for the socially malcontented and economically indi-
gent who are the principle targets of the Communist mov ement. It
to be expected that the charges of "unfairness" and "police confession'
will be renewed with additional vigor. Unfortunately, the Rosenberg
Committee now has more fertile ground from which to operate. The
immediate Congressional attack on Justice Douglas served to magnify
the semi-hysterical atmosphere attending the case. The distinguished
Supreme Court judge was threatened with impeachment by a member
of the House of Representatives who indicated in blatant terms that
Douglas bad misused his office.
This thoughtless smear is a sad commentary on our time. When
the Supreme Court is no longer immune from character assassination
and creeping investigation tendencies by a Congress bent on raising its
esteem with constituents back home then we have arrived at a danger-
ous point, indeed. It is interesting to note that a number of Justice
Douglas' colleagues lent silent agreement to his opinion by character-
izing it as "novel" and "unprecedented." But apparently haste *nd
Capitol Hill intimidation set their support aside.
From a propagandists point of view, our nation will suffer for I
long time to ceme. The Sacco and Vanzetti case will be but a child s
whim compared to the Rosenbergs'. And this is unfortunate because
the atomic spies' conviction was reasonably clear cut on the basis o
evidence. Only the method of trial has been put to question
Fear, alone, has sent us from the course of obeying the ft**
measures of our judicial process in the Rosenberg case. Certain
the guilt of the couple, we should have heeded the voice of J*""
Douglas and his dissent and made certain that the political impuc
of their conviction would boomerang against us with a minima' lo


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PAGE 5
Mount Sinai Publishes Third Annual
Report; Hospital Advances Are Noted
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Ruth Posselt Interviewed [WKAT at 6:30 p.m., will be Ruth and Richard Burgin, associate
Medical care offered to residents
and visitors, its teaching and train-
ing programs and participation in
(he health activities of the Greater
Miami community during 1952 are
described in Mount Sinai Hospital's
Ihird annual report which has just
heen published for distribution
here.
In his report to the community,
Max Orovitz, president of the hos-
pital's Board of Trustees, notes
that 20 percent of Mount Sinai's
beds were occupied by patients ad-
mitted on a free or part-pay basis.
Inder the hospital's expanded
leaching program last year, 10 in-
terns and seven resident physicians
were enrolled on the house staff,
with the approval of the American
Medical Association, and the first
class of nationally-accredited prac-
tical nurses in Florida was grad-
uated from Mount Sinai's School
(lf Practical Nursing.
A message from Samuel Gertner,
I executive director, reveals that
7.921 patients, exclusive of new-
horns, were admitted, and patient
da\s increased by 9.3 over 1951.
Of the hospital budget, $254,521
was spent to provide free and be-
low cost medical service, Gertner
points out.
The hospital's operating deficit
for ihe year totaled $210,000, of
which $100,000 was provided by
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, and $110,000 was received
through trustees' activities and
contributions to Mount Sinai's 1952
Annual Jubilee.
Medical staff reports and sum
maries of the activities of the hos-
pital's School of Practical Nursing
and Out-Patient Department, to
which 6,793 visits were made in
1952, are included in the report.
Among the facilities which have
been enlarged or added are an
Electrocardiograph^ Laboratory,
Clinic, Emergency Room and Ad-
mitting Office areas, Blood Bank
and a wing for colored patients.
Endowments and contributions
last year enabled the Research De-
partment to have five research pro-
jects in progress. With the ap-
proval of the AMA, Mount Sinai
now conducts a School of Tech-
nology which is affiliated with the
University of Miami, according to
the Mount Sinai report.
Mrs. Marie Volpe's guests on Posselt. violinist and soloist for the duetor of the Boston Symphony Or-
Saturday, June 27th, over station I second Pop Concert on June 28th, chestra. #
Hrown is Cited
As "Outstanding"
Leslie J. Brown, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Brown, 1052 Jefferson
Avenue, Miami Beach, has been
selected the most
wtstanding c a -
let in the Uni-
/ersity of Miami
' Freshman Class,
. \ r m y Reserve
r Officers Training
I 'orps.
Word of the
J .election was re-
ceived in a letter
written' by Lieu-
tenant Colonel
John Davis. Among the factors
considered in Brown's selection
were academic average, ROTC
grades, attendance record, class-
participation, performance on the
drill field and over-all attitude.
"The competition was very
keen,' and believe me," wrote
Lieutenant Colonel Davis, "it is
truly an honor to be selected as
the number one man amongst so
many outstanding young men. He
is a scholar and a gentleman."
Brown
NEA Film On TV
Secure The Blessings, a sound
film on the building of good citi-
zenship through improved public
schools, will be televised over sta
tion WTVJ, Miami, on Saturday,
June 27th, at 3 p.m., it has been
announced by Gilbert J. Balkin,
Florida director of the Anti-Defa
mation League. The film was pro
duced by the National Education
Association which will hold its an-
nual convention in Miami Beach
starting June 28th.
New Food Plan
Offers Savings
On Kosher Meat
A new food purchasing plan has
just been announced here that will
bring to the Miami housewife un-
precedented savings in money she
may now use to augment her bud-
get for other items in these days
of high prices.
The Supreme Kosher Food Club,
at 215 South Miami Avenue, is mak-
ing available to club members kosh-
er meats at a cost that compares
more than favorably with popular-
ly advertised prices. Under the
strict supervision and endorsement
of Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, di-
rector of the Greater Miami Vaad
Hakashruth, the Supreme Kosher
Food Club's meats are koshered
and conform with all Orthodox re-
quirements.
Joe Berman, of the Food Club
plan, indicated that the meats
made available to members bear a
two-color ink Seal of Kosher sup-
ervision and are ready for the pot.
The housewife need do no more
than participate in the saving plan
based on virtual wholesale prices
and receive the finest US choice
grade strictly kosher meat, fish,
vegetables, fruit juices and many
3ther items at unprecedented low
cost.
"Members can save as much as
10 percent on their present food
bill by buying the wholesale way,"
Berman said. "It seems incredible,
but it is true."
Included in the food plan is an
Amana upright food freezer in
which to store large quantities of
frozen foods. According to Ber-
man, the combined payments for
both the freezer and the food will
be less than the housewife now
spends for the same foods at re-
tail prices.
The Amana freezer comes with
a five-year warranty on the me-
chanical refrigeration system plus
a five-year food protection plan
against food spoilage due to me-
chanical failure. An unconditional
"Satisfaction or Money Back Guar-
antee" on all foods goes to each
member of the Supreme Kosher
Food Club.
Further information is available
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PAGE 6
Marion Cohen Weds Irving Spielfogel
Sunday; Bride Is Concert Singer
2*^^
Marion Cohen, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Cohen. 1400 Penn-
sylvania Avenue, Miami Beach, be-
came the bride of Irving C. Spiel-
fogel on Sunday. June 21st, in a
double ring ceremony at the Lin-
coln Manor. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
of Temple Beth Sholom. officiated.
Given in marriage by her par
ents, the bride was attired in im
Mrs. trying Spitlfoael
I Moldan Stadia Pool
ported chantilly lace and bouffant
.-kirt of tulle and lace ending in a
trail of tulle. A seed pearl crown
covered with rhinestones held her
French illusion veil. She carried
a white satin Bible stopped with
orchids and stephanotis.
Maid of honor was Miss Beverly
Raphael attired in a bouffant yel-
low gown. The other attendant
were the Misses Janet Davidoff.
Nancy Hirschant. Selma Lewis and
Maria Steinberg, who carried cas-
cades of Pink tarnations Best
man was the groom's brother. Dav-
id Spielfogel. of Bradley Beach.
New Jersey.
Newlywed Mrs Spielfogel. a
graduate of the University of Mi ,
ami. is a teacher at South Beach
Elementary School Mr Spielfogel.
a graduate of the Uoiverritv of
reception, and Mr. Alf Olav Drynes
also rendered selections. Mr.
Drynes was joined by Mrs. Drynes
and the bride in duets. The groom's
uncle, Sam Schoenbaum. rendered
several whistling selections. Piano
accompaniment was by Miss Betty
Halam.
The bride, who is well known
for her concert work in this area,
has sung on radio and with the
Miami Opera Guild and has ap-
peared as a soloist at Bayfront
Park. Flamingo Park and at the
Miami Beach Recreational Center.
Among out .i(town guests were
Mr and Mrs. Harry Polinsky. Mr.'
and Mrs Joseph Rogoff and Mr.
Julius Sincoff, all of Brooklyn.
New York; Mr. and Mrs. David
Spielfogel. Bradley Beach. New Jer-
sey; and Mr. and Mrs Stanley
Spielfogel and their son. Kenneth,,
of Interlaken. New Jersey.
The couple is now honeymoon-
ing in Havana and will make their
home at 1513 West Avenue. Miami
Beach
Pennsylvania and Rutgers Univer-
sity I.aw School, is on the staff of
the United States Civil Service
Commission.
A reception followed the cere-
mony which was highlighted by I
selections by local artists. Miss
Ruth C Brotman. president of the
Miami Beach Music and Arts
League, sang at the ceremony and
Mr. um4 Mm. iMmam
Shulmans To Mark
Golden Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Shulman.
of 1060 SW 36th Court. Miami, left
Sunday for Schenectady. New
York They will celebrate their
50th wedding anniversary there on
July 25th
Married in Schenectady in 1903.
the Shulmans came to Miami 15
years ago Mr Shulman is a re
tired clothier and a member of Za
mora Jewish Center and B'nai
Brith
Among guests at the golden wed-
ding ceremony will be Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Shulman. New York,
their son and daughter-in-law; Mr.
and Mrs Joseph Cohen. Schenec
tady. Mrs. Shulmans brother in-
law and sister; Mr and Mrs. K.
S. Kleiman. Mrs. Shulman s broth
er and sister-in law; and Mr and
Mrs. Harry Kleiman. also her broth-
er and sister-in-law.
The Shulmans daughter. Major
Florence Shulman. is currently sta-
tioned with the WAC in Yokahama.
Japan. The couple will return to
Miami during the first week in
August.
AVi. lorimn Htttl
Jordan Bittels Will
Reside In Atlanta
Jordan Bittel and the former
Judith Mae Rudnick were married
Sunday in the Ocean Room of the
Roney Plaza Hotel. Rabbi Leon
Kronish officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Bernard W. Rudnick. 440
East Rivo Alto Drive. Miami Beach
Mr Bittels parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Perry Bittel. 1002 10th
Street.
The brides parents gave her in
marriage She was attired in ivory
satin and chantilly lace and carried
ja bouquet of white orchids and
I lilies-of the valley on a white Bible.
Miss Arnelle Rudnick was her
I sisters maid of honor. Her dress
was pink tulle She carried a fan
of baby orchids Bridesmaid was
Miss Marcia Hankoff in blue tulle.
Morton Norman Greenwald was
best man. with Alan F Weetin and
Melvyn B Frumkes serving as ush-
ers. Miss Phyllis Bartenstein. of
Hartford. Connecticut, cousin of
the bride, was flower girl.
Following the reception held at
the Roney Plaza, the couple left
for Atlanta, where they will make
their home.
Mr. Bittel. a Harvard University
graduate and an attorney, is in the
United States Army.
Resnick Bar Mitzvah
Robert Resnick. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Phillip Resnick. 571 SW 45th
Avenue, will become Bar Mitzvah
on Monday, June 29th. at the Is-
raelite Center. Rabbi Morton Ma
lavsky will officiate.
The Constant Wife. Somerset Maugham's comedy of manners and morals is the im< < *
prize winning plays to be given this summer by the Casablanca Players at the Casaht
Hotel. Opening night was last Saturday evening, when a capacity audience? soTdS*
Sam H.rschs interpretation of the play by an all-professional cast. including''&12??
lass. Kent Lewellyn. Barbara Sohmers. Sybil Rubin. Evelyn King. Yvonne CMohW S
ney. Karl Redcoff and Selig Rubin. The ocean front hotel's air Conditioned SbMoratf
been converted into a horseshoe theater for the theatrical productions. The CowSSl
will run through July 6h. Shown above (left to right) are Hirsch. Mrs. Ted Hankoff Ac. 'S
Redcoff and Mrs. Arthur Rose exchanging notes immediately before curtain taj
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PAGE 7
h Weeklies
ill For End Of
Ivertising Racket
iDrTTROIT The American As-
fciation of English-Jewish News-
pers, representing Jewish week-
Is in American Jewish communi-
k this week found it necessary
ce again to warn American Jew-
to be on guard against the in-
Isions into comawnities by ir-
Bponsible solicitors for news-
ipers or magazines which have
Luted circulations in their own
Immunities and practically no dr-j season
300 Children Participate In Opening
Of GMJCC Camp Program Monday
Over 300 boys and girls simul-i wiimu Sahwlmmer, Mwani Sloan

taneously participated in the open-
ing of the 1953 Day Camping seas-
on at the three camps operated by
the Greater Miami Jewish Commu-
nity Center, it was announced this
week by Mrs. Jess Freed, camp
chairman.
The day camps began operation
on Monday morning for an eight-
week season. Although the camps
(Jeoffrey Sleiri-I, Tlieorlnn- Silv.-r, Joel
SlulHky, Terry Sokototf, Sol Spector,
Knrlmrn Hplrer, Martha Stein, Sam-
uel sii-liiKiiii. Mux Steingart, Vicki
Stemerman, Roberta Stock, Marshall
Tanner, Reeil Trencher, Klalne Vac-
ur... Harry Welnsteln, Mlehael Wolf-
Lvnn Feldman, Roberta Mlkles, Linda
Sloane, Karen Green, Karen Miller,
artsrra" Juslcowltz, Sara Koblnmn.
Roberta Siii hmiin, Itotierta Senter,
Mariana Ht-herer, Harriet OMower,
Wendy Marker, Margaret Kckhoff,
Tina Genandes, Harriet Cohen anci
l.ynn Galton.
DA*
said that there are still openings
available for the second half of the
Nations in the communities they
Ivade.
[pointing out that these solicitors
many instance* play on the sen-
ment* of merchants and commu-
liv leaders, the publishers' Asso-
Etion appealed in its message of
laming for support of news-
Lpers in respective communities.
urged that unethical solicita-
I should be exposed and sug-
sted that the best way of "beat-
Eu the rackets" is by refusing eith-
to subscribe to such publica-
lons or to insert advertising in
leir columns. The Association's
latement declared:
"Unethical solicitors for sub-
Icriptions and advertising in per-
bdicals that have no circulation in
nmmunities now being invaded.
It: the eve of Rosh Hashona, indi-
cate that an outrageous racketeer-
. scheme which was curbed for
time by US Postal authorities,
Igain is in evidence. Such prac-
tices disgrace our position among
hon Jews who are being misled by
Solicitors and who are confused
Into believing that the invading
lolicitors represent local publica-
tions. The position of English-Jew-
ish weekly newspapers has been
parmed by such practices.
By encouraging unethical adver-
tising and subscription solicita-
tions, the existing newspapers
nhich serve their communities loy-
lly. every week, are seriously hurt.
|n the best interests of sound com-
munity life, we urge our responsi-
ble leaders to discourage such tac-
tics, and we invite the cooperation
tit all Jewish communities in put-
Sing an end to such racketeering."
The campers will engage in a
five-day program each week, in-
cluding such activities as games,
arts and crafts, dramatics, singing,
athletics, story telling, swimming
instruction and outings.
ert I.lnado. Steve tfehiff, Michael
lVurl, Richard Hi ami ti-ln, Stephen
Horvvitz. Norman Kern, Mark r.ulil-
i benr. Allen Wallace, Judith Gordon,
are now filled to capacity for the ISherean Dearr, Kettle Lovy, iris Levy,
first fnnr-wpplc neriorl Mrs FrppH "Pan Uoodmnn. Gilbert Ki.renl.llt.
1 I Kenneth WV-1..11, Sharon <;n.ss,nan.
sieve worthlngton, Rylona Kats, Har-
vey Blavln, chiiiies EVeed, Myra Clalr,
Mark Walrtman, JerroM Kramer,
Wendy Rubin, Jenie*8ue Peldman,
\'iia Bhaplro, Carol Bennett, Ladr-
. mi- Haber, MeB Portman, Miriam
Oberateln, Barry Abelaon, Clifford
Goodman, Judy Alexander, Joan Leon,
Ailrieiine Wolln. Henry I
Jessica Takce, Marilyn Scnlfrln, Al-
lyn Feldman, Wllma Brvla, Iris Bd-
I wards, Ros.- A-.-ii. Mlohael Grlmaldl,
.l.ii Ma lilt r, Ellen Thompson, Milton
I N.-wnian. Hilly Frledlander, Jerry Ax-
anoff, Richard McHalo, Btephen Wal-
lace, Terrence Bchwarts, Jeffrey Khr-
llch. Jeffrey Koch. Andrew Jacobson,
BatT) Kiitun. Marilyn Htutsky, Ina
Julius. Jay wainateln, Leah Aber-
bach, Nancy Shapiro. Lenny Geverta,
Bandy Cohen. Janlo Raskin, Bonnie
Hamilton, Gail Gllcknian, Alfred Levy.
Myra Kpsteln.
Bnrolled in the Town Branch Day
Camp aie Richard Ball. Daniel Ber-
aerson, Edward Ber*eron, Barbara
Beyer, Mark Beyer. William Bogner,
Anne Bornateln, Martin Cohan, Mlch-
elle Drasner, noasalyn Baaley. Matt
Knuel. Adele Bpiteln, KU KelnberK,
Barbara Flak, Bondra FYledler, Bon-
nie Friedman. Henry Friedman. I>i-
ane dale, Michael Gale. Kenneth
Glasscr. Terry Glassel. Stanley Click,
Rochelle Gitcnsteln. Stephen Oreen-
stein. Trudy Gri list. In. Fred Cross,
l^slle llabcr. Sanilra llantman, Er-
ich HlrschlMTit. Hedl Hirschberg.
Barbara FJobennan, Paul Kaplan,
Sandra Kaplan. Alfred Kaye, Can.I
Klein. Heller Kllnn. 1'eugy KronsberK.
Deedee Ievln, Natasha l^vlnson. Mar-
vin Lewis, David Malavenda, NelHon
Malavenda, Marilyn Melnlck, Susan
Mclnick. Harbara Melnlck. Allen Mer-
lin, Samuel Meyer, Si Meyer, Arna
Meyer, Sherrv Miller, Michael Mlshel-
off." Clare OraoWltS. Paula Ofsowlti.
Martin Orlln, Jonn Palroda, Linda
Passes, Blossom Perles. Alan Querido,
Marlon Querido, I.ynne Rienner. Har-
riet Roaner, Jeffrey Rosnlck. Barbara
Rosnlck. Richard Roth, Sherman Roth-
man.
Merle finikin. Mark Sailolf. Harvey
Sats. Sondra Saver. Andrea Bayer,
Welcome Strangers Club
Plans Dinner-Dance
The Welcome Strangers Club of
Miami Beach will meet at the Del-
ano Hotel for a dinner-dance on
Saturday evening, June 27th, 7
p.m.
Ted Horowitz, organizer of the
group, will explain the purposes
of the newly-formed club which
plans weekly meetings. Subject of
the Saturday evening meeting is:
Are Women Or Men To Blame For
Most Unhappy Marriages.
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Ralph Llnlado, Bobby Salkin. Ilnw-
anl 1'asternack, Lynn Kubin, I-arry
Bchwartl, Aaron Altias, Daniel Aim-
off. Kllen Colman, Eddie Jackson, Lea-
he I loikter. Carol Lapioit, Ronnie
H.-noii. Linda Qlrard, Harry Reiner,
Brake KeRenl. Stewarl Tasmaii, Loull
Creenwalil, Donna Kern, Maxim-
Greenberr. Sharon G.-rshen, Ann Ma-
polls. Joseph Baum, Jeff Feldman.
Barney Greenspan, Barry Schwartz.
Prlscllla Klpnls, Sharon Gllckman,
Robert Samuels,~Robert ltaum, Hetty
I'.eim.ui. Stefan Grlmaldi. June Kuch-
lik, Jack Attlas. Kenneth Newman,
Susan Rubensteln, Pamela Rain, Rob-
ert Koch. Linda Aronoff and Merry
,-hlff.
Attending the Flagler-Granada Bay
Camp are I-arry Benin. Rol-crt Feld-
man. David Shcrler. Richard BpOOl,
Fred Welllsch, Robin I'rank, lale
Fiedler. Jay Klein, Arthur Saluk, Bar-
ry Burak, Seymour Foos, Rosalind
Cohen. Claire Goldberg, Phyllis Gold-
l>erg, Wlllen Howard, Jerry Burns,
Arthur Cohen, Steven Strauss. DavW
C'lcln, Stephen Jacobson, Ira M.-lil.-i.
Harry Schrier, Oary siiiln. Bobby
Goldberg, Larry Apple. Michael l.ox.r.
Muvnard Hellman. Todd Hisli.r. Arn-
old Wlllen. Jay Ooraon, JUllott Mid-
wood, Stephen WHdateln, Howard tos-
enfiel.l. Marilyn Ilamion. Sandra Ras-
kin. Rosalie Rlvkin. randra F eyser,
Sandra Seheraer, Marsha Bpltalntck,
Sandra Marcus, Ann Bturman. Alice
Oersteln, Marjorle Zweigel. l amela
Rain. Be.s> Bysto.k. Miriam I-",.,,!..
Mary Strauss, Frank Chayo. Joseph
Lawrence, Danny Goldberg.
ILirhard Lnx. Harvey Sl.enberg.
Howard Sherman Michael StraUM.
Howard Senter, Barry WWjB. I "'
Brown. Howard Cohen. M^MJJJgj
inn Peter Tauper, Walter Blacker,
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PAGE 8
-JfmistncrkBem
Mrs. William R. Ahim
(Wirn.i Ka'.n Photo)
Zamora Avenue. Coral Gables.
They will be at home after July
6th
Ellen Stone Exchanges Vows With
William Alvin In Rites On Sunday
Ellen Adelaide Stone, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Stone, 318
NW 16th Avenue, became the bride of William Richard Alvin, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander William Alvin, 635 Anastasia Avenue, Coral
(iables, on Sunday afternoon at Hibiscus Lodge Auditorum, with Rabbi
Simon April officiating.
Given in marriage by her father, the former Miss Stone was attired
tulle. The full skirt was of floating
panels embossed with silver and
WM complemented by a chantilly
lace jacket with Peter Pan collar
and Ion? fitted sleeves. A three-
1 (ied veil of French illusion was
nended from a coronation
Frown of mother of pearl orange
-oms and rhinestones.
The bridal bouquet was of white
orchids and stophanotx
Maid of honor was Lorraine S.
OMkind, the bride's sorority, m-
attired in blush pink nylon
tulle and lace The fitted bodice of
had a halter neckline and
gotham jacket. Her full skirt mi
waltz-length. The cascade bouquet
Was of pale pink carnations tied by
pink and rose ribbon.
Bridesmaids were Miss Florice
ICotkin, the brides sorority sister.
MIN Sandy Cohen, of Savannah.
Georgia, the bride's cousin, and an-
i( r cousin. Mrs. George Bern-
stein. They were attired in blue
nylon and lace, with their gowns
same as the maid of honor's.
!,. uquets were a cascade arrange-
t of pale pink carnations tied
1 lue ribbon.
' man was Don A. Mayorson
included Sydney Efronson,
(> Stone, the bride's brother.
es V K:ihn. Myron Stoff, Jay
- i fa irdl .:
Wepman, [rvi jr m i
Mr> Robert
rt tzkj the bride's sororit) sis
list Walter Goodman,
i usin, acted as organist, and
l>on A. Uayerson kept the
- book.
bride's mother was attired
an ankle-length pale blue nylon
'i blue tufieta gown and car-:
an orchid corsage. The
mother wore | graj faille
lengtl ra, with her bodice
si i ed b) bugle beads, she also
ed an orchid corsage
Newlywed Mrs. Alvin attended
i High School ar.d i- | senior
the Universit) of Miami, where
belongs to Alpha Bpsilon Phi
rity, is president of Nu Kappa,
women's highest honorary.
8 member of Kappa Delta Pi.
Education honorary.
C groom graduated from Mi
Beach High School and the
Universit) of .Miami Law School.
as president of Zcta Beta Tau
ternity there. He served with
IS Navy during World War
II Currently. Mr. Alvin is an at-
l y for the Public National In-
nce Company
\ reception followed the cere
v at Hibiscus Lodge. Out-of-
guests included Sol Winkle-
Chicago, the groom's grand-
father; Mrs Harry Blumenthal. the
e'l great aunt: Judith Blumen-
U.il. Savannah, the bride's cousin;
and Mrs Sidney Kelter and son,
-' a id, St. Louis.
I < Mowing a wedding trip to Nas-
the couple will reside at 225
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Miss Palmer To-Wed
Mart in Budniek
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney H. Palmer,
j of 3041 SW 2nd Avenue, announce
j the engagement of their daughter,
j Elaine Hilda, to Martin Budniek,
! formerly of Miami Beach.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
Budniek. Long Beach, New York.
Mr. Budniek is a graduate of Mi-
ami Beach High School and the
University of Florida, where he
was a member of the Zeta Beta
Tau Fraternity.
Hiss Palmer, a longtime resi-
dent of Miami, is a graduate of
Miami High School and attended
the University of Florida, where
she was a member of the Alpha Ep-
silon Phi Sorority.
The wedding date has been set
for July 26th.
6 -{J ft
Stanley Donald Mesh, son of Mr.
and Mrs William Mesh. 2421 SW
11th Street, graduated from the
I niver-ity of Miami with the de-
gree of BBA Magna Cum Laude. '
Mesh also received a special award
from Delta Sigma Pi, business fra-1
ternity honorary', for his outstand-
ing work.
ir -ir tr
Off to a B'nai B'rith Convention
in North Carolina is Joseph Kogos.
of 814 Michigan Avenue, Miami
Beach. Kogos also plans to attend I
a Shriners meeting in New York
City and to visit with his daughter]
in Belmont. Massachusetts.
m
Miss Freedman Weds
The marriage of Miss Sandra
Freedman, daughter of Rabbi and
! Mrs. S. J. Freedman. Miami Beach
and formerly of Newark, New Jer-
sey, and Mr. Leon Rounan, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rounan. Brook-
lyn, New York, took place on Tues-
day evening at the Hotel Douglas
in Newark.
Rabbi Herman L. Kahan and Rab-
bi David Freedman, brothers of the
bride, and Rabbi Jacob Liebowitz,
brother-in-law of the groom, offici-
ated at the candlelight ceremony.
Miss Annette Melich, of Miami
Beach, was maid of honor, and El-
len Gray and Barbara Winard,
nieces of the bride, were flower
girls. Irving Rounan, brother of
the groom, acted as best man.
The bride wore a gown of white
tulle and chantilly lace bodice. Her
fingertip veil was held by a tiara
of seed pearls, and she carried a
Bible with orchids and baby's
breath.
Newlywed Mrs. Rozman attended
the University of Miami and the
New School of Social Science. She
is on the staff of the Newark Jew-
ish Community Center Nursery
School. Mr. Rozman is vice presi-
dent of Jacob Rozman and Sons,
New York.
In Newark Rjte8
Mr. Edward Kaplan, of 995 West
48th Street, Miami Beach, is now
in .Paris. France, on a combined
business and pleasure trip. He will
make other European stops before
returning here in about two weeks.
Mrs. lean Roima*
Klein, Glass XuptiaM
Herbert Glass, son of Mr ui
Mrs. Dave Glass, co-owners of n*
Sands Hotel, Miami Beach, **
married to Barbara Klein, of Ph4
delphia, on Sunday. The edda|
took place in Philadelphia. Tfc
couple are now honeymooning a
the Sands Hotel. The groom is car.
rently serving in the Coast Guard
las a petty officer.

Silvermans Tell Of
Gloria's Engagement
Gloria Silverman's betrothal to
David B. Pass, son of Mr. and Mrs
Keeve B. Pass. Atlanta. Georgia.
v. .i- announced last Friday at a re-
ception in the home of the bride-
elect's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ber
DSBrd A. Silverman. 4588 Alton
Road. Miami Beach.
Mia Silverman attended the Uni-
versity of Georgia, where she be-
longed to Sigma Delta Tau Soror-
ity. Mr. Pass is a senior at the
University of Georgia and a mem-
ber of phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity.
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>AY. IUWE 26. 1953
+JewlstntrirU
]SS (Hick Engaged
Miami Attorney
,.e engagement of their daugh-
Elenore, to Stanley M. Pred,
of Mr. and Mrs. David Pred,
|5 West 46th Street, Miami
lch has been announced by Mr.
J Mrs. Louis Click. 210 NW 24th
fcrt, Miami.
the bride-elect graduated from
,mi Senior High School and at-
dcd the University of Maryland.
- will receive her degree in psy-
k0gy from the University of Mi-
i next month.
jhc was vice president of the
Etiology Club at the U of M and
nember of Sigma Lambda Phi
vice Sorority and Psi Chi, psy-
llogv honorary.
Jr. Pred attended Pender High
[,,!. Ponder. Nebraska, and the
Ivcrsity of Miami Law School.
a- secretary and pledgemaster
[]'hi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity
re. developments editor of the
imi Law Quarterly and a mem-
of omicron Delta Kappa, lead-
hip honorary.
|e is now practicing law with
firm of Weinkle and Kessler.
[js a World War II veteran, hav-
erved in Alaska.
Miss Cltnore Click
aual Ranch Party
ral Gables Young Adults will
(heir annual ranch party at
.(i Acre Stock Farm on Sun-
IDrive, South Miami, tomorrow
ning. 9 p.m. A car pool will
it from 320 Palermo Avenue
7:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Card Party Monday
Pioneer Women. Club No. 2. will
hold a card party on Monday eve-
ning. June 29th. 8 p.m.. at Kneseth
Israel Congregation, according to
Mrs. Rose Marcus, chairman. Pro-
ceeds are for the Rescue Fund.
Foxes Honeymoon
In Havana
Miss Stella Alper was wed Sun-
day to Selvin Fox at the Trocadero
Restaurant. Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
spiritual leader of the Coral Gab^
les Jewish Center, officiated at the
ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Iza-
dore Alper. New York, and the late
Mrs. Izadore Alper. She formerly
resided at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Lou H. Zissen, 2112 SW 22nd
Avenue.
Mr. Fox is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Fox, Woodridgc. New
York. His father is the former
mayor of Woodridge.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Pearle
Saltzman. sister of the groom. The
bride was attired in a waltz-length
white gown of crushed Italian silk
trimmed by turquoise.
A graduate of Hunter College.
New York, she is employed by the
City of Miami Beach Tax Division.
Mr. Fox attended New York Uni-
versity and the University of Mi-
ami. He is employed by Gray
Products Corporation here.
A reception followed the cere-
mony at the Trocadero. The couple
are now honeymooning in Havana
Lawrey Marks, of Hollywood.
California, is visiting his father,
If. Harkins, 44 SW 7th Street. The
Bob Hope script writer expects to
spend ten days here.
PAGE 9
Double Ring Ceremony Unites Adeline
Levin To Norman Lawrence Roseman
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Levin, of
2119 SW 4th Street, Miami, an-
nounce the marriage of their
daughter, Adeline, to Norman Law-
rence Roseman, son of Mr. and
Her accessories included a cloche
hat and blue shoes.
Newlywed Mrs. Roseman is form-
erly of Providence, Rhode Island,
and graduated from Hope High
-------- ----- .....,.,.., iiuni iii>i>< jm_.il
Mrs. Harry Roseman, 889 East 27th | School there. The groom originally
Street, Hialeah, last Sunday at the
Lincoln Manor. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro officiated at the double ring
ceremony.
Given in marriage by her par-
ents, the bride wore an imported
dotted swiss organdy gown with a
shoulder-length veil. She carried
a white orchid over a Bible.
Maid of honor was Miss Char-
lotte Gilden, attired in an ankle-
length dress of dark green and
white hues and carrying a colonial
bouquet. Flower girl was Lois Ros-
lyn Levin, the bride's sister.
Best man was Neal Roseman,
brother of the groom. Marvin Rick-
ard acted as organist.
The bride's mother was attired
in wedgewood blue lace and car-
ried a lavendar orchid. The bride-
groom's mother wore a nylon tulle
skirt, with a light blue lace top,
and also carried a levendar orchid.
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The Bar Mitzvah of Stanley
Jacob Schwartz, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Moe Schwartz, 1529
Jeilerson Avenue will take
place at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center on Saturday,
June 27th. Rabbi Irving I.ehr-
man will officiate. Stanley is
an eighth grade student at
the Ida M. Fisher Junior High
School and attends the Re-
ligious School of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center.
t\jGUST BROS Ry,
J* is th.firsr'
Mrs. Norman Roseman
Bridi of the Dsy Photo
comes from Charleston. South Car-
olina, and was in service with the
United States Navy. He la current-
ly in the air conditioning Business.
A reception followed the wed-
ding ceremony at the Lincoln Man-
or. Among out-of-town guests were
Mr. and Mrs. R. Roseman and fam-
ily. Charleston; Miss Levin. Brook-
lyn, New York; Mrs. B. Ostrow,
New York; Miss Charlotte Gilden,
Providence; Mrs. B. Lipple, Bronx,
New York: and Mr. and Mrs. E.
Robinson, Amsterdam, New York.
Following a wedding trip to New
Orleans, Louisiana, the couple will
reside at 1634 SW 19th Street, Mi-
ami. They will be at home after
July 4th.

Practical Nurse
(age 39)
capable of complete charge of con-
valescents or infants. References.
PHONE 2-4304
Conservative Rabbi
Young, good organizer, teacher.
Some experience preferred for fast
growing community in Greater
Miami area. Write full particulars.
B. M., c o Box 2973, Miami 18, Fit.
YOU WILL FIND
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of
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PAGE 10
*ieishfk>rkiian
KELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
J]DAY, JUNE
26,
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
.at 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning
services are at 8:30 a.m.. when the
Bar Mitzvah of Julius, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Zimand. will take
place. Rabbi Alexander Gross,
principal of the Hebrew Academy,
will address the confirmann". Min-
cha is at 6:45 p.m., followed by
Shalos Seudos. Daily services are
at 7:30 a.m.. and at 6:46 p.m.
* *
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services at 6
p.m. Saturday morning services
art at 8:30 a.m., with Rabbi!
*imaryahu Swirsky officiating, j
Mincha is at 6 p.m., followed by |
Shaloa Seudos. Daily services are j
at 7:45 a.m.. and at 6:30 p.m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m.. with Dr. Jacob H. Kap
Ian, Rabbi Emeritus, officiating. ,
I
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at (!:45 p.m. Saturday morning |
sen ices are at 9 a.m., with Rabbi |
Max Shapiro officiating. Mincha
will be at 6:15 p.m., followed by
Shalos Seudos. Daily services are
at 7:30 a.m.. and at 6:45 p.m.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday!
evening services at 6:45 p.m. Sat-
urday morning services are at 8:30
am. Rabbi Simon April will of-
ficiate and preach on the topic:
Ble-ings And Curses. Cantor Ber-'
ele Kelemer will render the musi-
cal portions of the liturgy. A class
in Mishna is scheduled for 5:30
p 01 followed by Mincha and Shal-
-Seudos.
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 6:45
h n. Saturday morning services
are at 8:30 am Rabbi Morton Ma-
!ky will officiate and discuss:
I he Blessing Of Peace During War
Mincha is at 6:30 p.m.. followed by
Shalos Seudos. Daily services are
at 8 a.m.. and 15 minutes before
..sundown.
TEMPLE SINAI will hold Friday '
evening services at 8:30 p.m.. with
' i I'lement Gcronemus. president,
officiating. Cantor Joseph W. Mai
ek will render the musical por
tions of the liturgy. Responsive
reading! will be led by Harry Kap-
lan, with Kiddush recited by Bud-
be by Mr and Mrs Morris Margolis
In honor of the 20th wedding an-
niveranry of Mr and Mrs. Robert
J, Margolis. An Oneg Shabbat will
follow. Saturday morning services
are at 9:30 a.m., and will be con-
ducted by Reverend Mordechai
Ihialman. Daily services are at 9
am.
...
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold its last Friday eve
ninjj service of the season at 8:15
p.m with Rabbi Morris Skop of-
ficiating and discussing: Why Ba!
lam Was Unsuccessful. The Pneg
Shahbat following will be tender
ed ly the Sisterhood, with Mrs.
Samuel Bloch acting as chairman.
Saturday morning services are at
9:48 a.m. Torah study will include
a sermon on the Book of Numbers,
with Kiddush concluding the ob-
servance.
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold regular evening services Fri-
day at 6:30 p.m.. with Reverend
Rudolf F Brill officiating. Serv-
ices will begin at 9 a.m.. Saturday,
and will be followed by Kiddush.

WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 6:30 p.m., with Oscar Weinstein
officiating. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 9 a.m.. with Rabbi Al-
fred Waxman discussing the Weekt
ly Portion. Mincha will be at 6
p.m.. followed by a lecture on Eth-
ics Of Our Fathers. Shalos Seudos
and Maariv will conclude the Sab-
bath observance Daily services
are at 7 a.m.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m. Guest speaker will be
Dr. Donald Michelson. director of
the Hillel Foundation at the Uni-
versity of Miami. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 10:45 a.m. Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan will officiate.
Rosedale Featured
In National Display
The Rosedale Delicatessen, Mi-
ami, last week received national
recognition when the Saturday Ev-
ening Post carried pictures of the
firm's dining room.
Pictured was Harold Pond serv-
ing one of Miami's many diners
who frequent his restaurant. The
national display was done in con-
nection with the Worthington Air
Conditioning Corporation's feature
on its recent installation of a 15-
ton unit at Rosedale for added din-
ing comfort.
Co-owner Irving Gordon -explain-
ed here that Rosedale frequenters
find dining at the establishment "a
most pleasant experience."
Uvmr Report By
Philip Jafobson
The first meeting of the Greater
Miami Chapter, American Jewish
Committee, under the aegis of its
newly elected officers and Execu-
tive Committee, will be held on
Monday. June 29th. 8 p.m., in the
Cavalier Room of the Sans Souci
Hotel.
Members will hear a confidential
iand off-the record report given by
Philip Jacobson. AJC national au-
thority on church and state rela-
tionships.
Jacobson is a member of the
New York Bar. During the war. he
served as regional supervisor for
the USO in New England. On
termination of the war. he joined ,
the staff of the American Jewish
Committee as a community con-
sultant.
His specialty has since been con-
centrated on religion and public'
education and the defense of pub-
lic schools against attack by bigot-
ed groups and individuals.
Jacobson is the author of several
articles on religious and education-
al issues. One appeared in the
Twelfth Year Book of the John
Dewey Socitey under the title, Ed-
ucational Freedom In An Age Of
Anxiety. Another recent article is
in the May-June issue of Religious
Education.
Closing Exercises_______
Closing eieTClseTor'tne Mlahil
Hebrew School and Congregation
will be held on Monday evening,
June 2th, at 8 p.m. Members of
the Junior Congregation will pre-! June 27thrfTpm
sent a cantata, Chaim Weitzman.
Children of the school will also
present a festival of songs and play-
lets.
IWV Swim-Do^ .,
ish War Veterans, -
mer swim-dance a.T*2>
MtTSMbM. tomcat;
Weekly Card Parties
Beginning with June 30th, mem-
bers of the North Shore Jewish
Center Sisterhood plan weekly
( hai card parties at the Biltmore
Terrace Hotel. Proceeds will be
used for the building of the Re-
ligious School, according to Mrs.
Fay Rosenthal and Mrs. Esther Al-
perin. co-chairmen of the weekly
event.
THE ENTIRE
COMMUNITY
PROGRAM
of
"l*v ish Forum
On The Air"
EVERY SUNDAY
10:30 to 11:30 a.m.
Station: WMIE (1140 on dial)
With Variees futures
Produced ami Directed by
ij>enn7jri sS&^ov it*
Rabbi Joee-Dh E. Rackovskr
45 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beech
Pbone 5-3595
North Shrv Men
install Of fleer*
New officers of the North Shore
Jewish Center Men's Club were re-
cently installed by Judge Harry
Greenberg at the Bagatelle Res-
taurant. Dr. Sumner Cohen is the
new president.
Other officers include Frank
Cohn. 1st vice president; Lew Men-
delsohn. 2nd vice president; and Al
Goldstein, 3rd vice president.
Newly installed members are Sid
Neross, Larry Mann. Jack Klinger.
Sol Cohen. Paul Press, Jack Pritt,
Judge Albert Saperstein, Sol Rus-
kin and Tobias Simon.
M'ami Convalescent Home
Socializing in Care to the Elderly and
Chronically III. 24-Hour Nur.ing Serv-
ice Special Diet* Strictly Obaerved.
Private and Semi-Private Rooms.
LEO ALLEN, Director
335 S.W 12th Avenue
Phonei a.5437 and 9 0271
Bernard tJcaal
NIK .oik LIFE INSURANCE -Jirf-ANY
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parkway;__
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Retail KOSHER Wholesali
1255 S.W. 22nd St.. Ph. 9-0961
SIMON StlutH
503 S.W. 17th Ave. Phone 82-5480
Builders of Immortal
Memorials for the
1113?^ <* mare
Jewish Trade
Look for the 2-Story White
Building
Thurmond Monument Co.
MARKERS S40.00 PLUS
CEMETERY CHARGES
Open Sundays Phone 4-3241
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A Complete Catering Semfc,
Beautiful Hors D'oeuvita
Made to Order
Rental of
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Entertainment and ill other
details arranged for you
formal and informal ajfata
PHONE 3-5463
NIGHTS, 6UNDAYS A H0LIDMI
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84 N.W. 7th St. Off MlimU*
(fiomplde and jbependaHe 3Ule Sehm
MIAMI TITLC
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25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTT
ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANC
Title luseroace Policies ef
Keeses City Title Insurance Co.
Capital, Surplus 4 leierves
txceed $3,000,000
124 SHORELAND ARCADE
TELEPHONE S-ltfll
DE LUXE SPACE
NOW RENTING
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NEW ALLAPATTAH BRANCH
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1400 N.W. 36th STREET
(Now Ready for Occupancy)
MAIN FLOOR space for select business. Can be W
cording to bays of approximately 18' x 70.
SECOND FLOOR air conditioned offices are designed espeel
ly for medical, law or related professions. Can be
according to requirements. Elevator and maintenance
provided.
IVMRLE OFF-STREET PARKING FOR
CUSTOMERS AND TENANTS
For Informotiofi Phone Mr. Clements
v 3-2652 or Mr. Troor R2-4344
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Resources Exceed 48 Million Dollar*


>*V. TUHE 26. 1963
ttQfcOTsxH |
jgljSggf*******
,etters To The Editor
lor, The Jewish Floridian:
, response to the many inquiries
[have had during the last few
Iks we would like to inform
[public that the Greater Miami
Jvra Kadisha, a nonprofit com-
Jjity service organization char-
t,l by the State of Florida in
Teh of this year, is and has been
Vcly serving Miami residents
its inception. The Chevra
Csha is an independent com-
liity-wide group and is in no
connected with any commer-
lv inspired enterprise in Great-
Miami.
Ir the further information of
L concerned, we append the
Twins statement relating to the
Bter Miami Chevra Kadisha.
-dless to say, since the state-
It was issued by the undersign-
bis, every effort has been made
Trd's fulfilling the suggestions
fhe committee. The letter fol-
May 8, 1953
It the request of the Greater
jii Cemetery Association, the
ersigned Rabbis were asked to
a Din Torah arbitration be-
tn the Association and a group
i/n as the Greater Miami Chev-
ladisha Association,
tter listening to the discus-
Is of both sides, the Rabbis ar-
. at the following conclusions
t'h are final and comprise the
Isions with regard to the holy
ler of final rites fo rthe de-
je(!
though for years the Chevra
Esha was part of the Cemetery
Jciation, yet with the growth of
Greater Miami Jewish Commu-
] and the establishment of other
Bsh Cemeteries, and two other
[pendent Chevra Kadisha
kps in the community,
le state that:
I) It is the unanimous decision
Lie Rabbis that there shall be1
beater Miami Chevra Kadisha
ciation.
That the existing Greater
Chevra Kadisha Association
has a legal charter shall
Iden its base to include two
Representatives and the Rabbi
every congregation in Great -
ami desiring to affiliate with
we had to have a war to feed our-
selves, let alone maintain a good
standard of living.
People ought to start worring
more about color television and
suit* that won't wrinkle in the rain
and frozen orange juice. Then
there's the refrigerator that de-
frosts itself and the gasoline that
gives 15 percent more mileage.
Why we've got too much to think
about, to be worrying about a de-
pression.
And me? Well, I'm still looking
for the young man who can build a
better mouse trap
Yes, put me on record as being
for peace and that's that!
Otto The Orkin Man
School Teacher Training
A training program for Sunday
School teachers, open to members
of Congregation Monticello Park,
has been instituted under the lead-
ership of Mrs. Jack Begler, former
director of the Beach Branch,
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center. Plans call for a group of
six to eight teachers who will be
equipped to handle all phases of
the Sunday School program.
=s
ag
Wost Miami Post To Be 1954 Host
West Miami Post No. 223. Jewish ,Norma Koloff, Miami Beach, pres-
War Veterans of the United States, ident; Mrs. Rhoda Deutsch, Holly-
will be host to the eighth annual wood, senior vice president; Miss
Department of Florida convention (Shirley Schwartz, St. Petersburg,
e' I954 junior vice president; and Mrs. Es-
Arnold Brass, commander, ex-'telle Bender, West Miami, state
tended the invitation for next chaplain.
year's convention at the annual en-_________________
campment held Sunday in Tamoa. rVwniMmiUa fl- _____-
The gathering is expected to bring Uommunl*Y Art Singers
about 800 delegates, auxiliary mem-1 Close Season Monday
bers and other visitors. Tne community Art Singers will
New department officers of the
There shall be representa-
consisting of two (2) repre-
atives from the Greater Miami
ietery Association, and two (2)'
esentatives from any interest-
evvish group desiring to affil-
with the Greater Miami Chev-
adisha.
) This Association is a non-
it association, and any profits
ued shall be divided equally
tig all religious schools whose
.rogations are affiliated with
Chevra Kadisha Association.
) There shall be representa-
at large from the Greater Mi-
Jewish Community consisting
en (10) representatives approv-
V the congregational and group
ates to the Greater Miami
ra Kadisha Association.
iese are the unanimous deci-
s of the undersigned Rabbis
h shall be binding upon all
ps interested in providing the
*st task in Jewish life, the final
"ious rites for beloved ones.
Rabbi Simon April
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
Rabbi Max Shapiro
Rabbi Shraaryu Svvksky
j^V. conclusion, as the enly non-
jt and the only chartered Chev-
^(adisha in Greater Miami we
ft ready at all times to aid''
who are in need of our help
he lowest possible expense?.
Isidore Schwartz, President
490 SW 21st Avenue
Editor, The Jewish Floridian:
The Arab nations are stirring the
world with their continued de-
mands that little Israel re-admit
a million or so people who fled
the country rather than fight for
it against these same nations who
invaded the land. By aggression
and bloodshed which have cost
thousands of Jewish lives these
same "protesting" nations have
seized portions of the Holy Land.
Are we being naive? Let us do
a little demanding and protesting
ourselves. Let us insist that Egypt
and Jordan relinquish the vital
pieces of Palestine they grabbed
by force of arms. Jordan, in the
heart of Jerusalem and beyond, is
an ever menacing threat to Israel's
security. The land which Jordan
governs is more than enough to
support two or three times the
number of Arabs who deserted
their homeland.
And rightfully Jordan is part of
Israel-Palestine. Let us insist (1)
on the restoration of the land Jor-
dan took by force west of the Jor-
dan river; and (2) the annexation
of Jordan itself to Israel. Jordan
exists only because it was created
by an England ever dedicated to
a policy of divide and rule. Eng-
land shamelessly tore it away from
Palestine when she held the man-
date of the country. Israel was
born because Jews fought and died
to push the English out and keep
Arab nations from dismembering
the small country.
We are being maneuvered into
weakness by negating the Arab at-
tacks at Israel's sovereignty. We
emphasize their claims twice by
such tactics. Up Israel not refu-
tations, but demands!
Lewis Morton
Mothers' Night Out
T. c. c* uayanmeni onicers ot tne
am? wh r P ** M' JWV indude Willard *B4er,
I^othTr?nh? arrang,edlof West Mia- succeeding Captain
* n*hi P*"m for, Lester C. Soldz. of Miami Beach;
SZLT&S -. ent6.r A ulllDaniel Neal Hel|er. Miami, senior
course Kosher dinner will be serv- vice commander; and Robert Fish-
ed followed by a children's fash- kind, Tampa, junior vice com-
lon show, sponsored by Goldy's' mander.
Children's Fashions- on the Trail. | Auxiliary officers include Mrs
hold their last program of the
season on Monday evening, June
29th, 8 p.m., in the Palette Room
of the Miami Beach Community
Center, 2100 Washington Avenue.
Paul Held, director, said the pro-
gram will include original ar-
rangements of American folk mu-
sic.
tor, The Jewish Floridian:
few years back everyone was'
led about the "cold war" and
>ssible effect on the economy
nation. Now that it looks
*e might have peace, business-
re still worried. I call it the
|d peace".
ngs have certainly come to a
y pass in this country if we
M, e were not ofog to have
v.
was of the opinion that
New Folder Explains
UMT Service Law
An illustrated folder explaining
the nation's complex military serv-
ice laws is now being distributed
by the Second 155-Millimeter Gun
Battalion. -South Florida's Marine
Corps Reserve Ground Unit.
The folder, printed in two colors
on glossy paper, explains in detail
the provisions of the Universal Mil-
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the Armed Forces Reserve Act of
1952. These are the laws which
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spend a total of eight years on ac-
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spell out how the inactive duty
time will be spent.
Major Frank M. Themas. com-
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talion. said the folder "is of vital
interest to men awaiting call to
service, men in service and veter-
ans who have recently completed
their tours of active duty."
Shoret Chapter Wans
Home Economics Affair
Sharet Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Young Women, will meet on Tues
day. June 30th. 7:45 p.m.. at the
home of Miss Belle Meirowitz, 1315
SW 19th Street. A program on
home economics is being Ptanf
Announcement was made tnis
week of the groups delegates-who
will attend the annual district con-
vention from July 3rd through 6th,
in Washington. DC. Going are
Lorraine Kahlenberg, Sally Gross-
man, Ariine Imber and, Pauline
Giants.
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Titereth inrael To
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Tiferelh Israel Northside Center
will dedicate its cornerstone at
ceremonies on Sunday, June 28th,
3 p.m., according to Rabbi Louis
Cassel, spiritual leader.
Among guest speakers who will
appear at the dedication site. 6500
North Miami Avenue, are Rabbis
Morris Skop. Coral Gables Jewish
Center: Samuel Lehrer. Temple
Beth Sholom. Hollywood; Irving
Lehrman. Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter: and Reverend Carl A. Mobrey.
First Baptist Church.
Plans are also currently under-
way for ground-breaking ceremon-
ies for the erection of the Centers
main building, according to an an-
nouncement this week by Jack
Berke. president.
Lively Arts Meeting
Friends of the Seven Lively Arts.
124 11th Street. Miami Beach.
will present Dr. Charles Philhour.
of the University of Miami Drama
Department, on Friday evening. 8
p.m. Dr. Philhour will discuss: The
Broadway Theater 1953 Season.
Chaim Rose, chairman, will also be
heard in a group of dramatic read-
ings. _
Max Rouen Die*
On Hearh At HO
Services were held Monday at
the Star of David Cemetery for
Max Rosen, formerly of 536 Wash
ington Avenue, who died last week-
(nrl at the aqe of 60
Rosen served in the Marines in
he Vera Cruz Battle, with the Mex-
ican Expeditionary Force, played
: asi fiddle in the Washington
Marine Band and was bandmaster
[<>r the American Expeditionary
Forces during World War I
He was also co founder member
of the John Philip Sousa Post.
American Legion, a member of the
3rd IS Cavalry Veterans Associa-
tion and the National Jewish The-
ater Guild
A former member of the Ben
Bernie Orchestra, Rosen is surviv-
ed by his brother. Samuel, of New-
York Hellman Funeral Chapels.
Miami Beach, was in charge of ar-
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76. mUred pbyatotan, I Mi i*oiiin Ave..
Mi.iml Ranch, dleil WYitm-sday, Ju"e
17th. He came her* five yearn as:u
fi i.ni Pittsburgh, ra.. and l survived
bv a son, Jerome, and h daiiKhter.
Mrs. l^awrence M. Wolf, of Kt Or-
ans>-. NJ llurial took plate In Pitts-
burgh, with loral arrangements by
Itlveislde Memorial Chapel.
RAYMOND GOLDSTEIN
45. of 777" Tatum Waterway. Miami
lleui h. illed June 17th. He came here
|] m':>i a<" from New York, and la
>urvlv.d by his wife. Mr*. (leraldlne
i-.oldatein. Hurlal took plate In Provi-
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HENRY HALPER
1.1 (Sean Illvd (linden llesch Serv-
,.- ,.,, held Monday In Hoton.
wli.r, Mr ll.ilper died t>f a heart
ailment while vaeatlonlnn with his
fa:nil>. An art dealer and appraiser,
moved t" liolden Iteaeh from
Boston last war He Ik survived by
his wife. BaoySi and two ilautehter*.
Myron and IInor Harriet.
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MICHAEL HELLER
:,s. ,.r NO N Veoetisn Dr., died Fil-
ial \ retired loihouc manufacturer,
he came here from Denver, Colo., I
n ik.. Surviving ale his wife.
Mi* Lea Heller, of Miami, a son.
M, .. ..t Port PloroS, and a ilaugh-
\lrs K.in Levy, Trenton. N I
Beach Memorial Chapel was in ehancr
Of airaiiKeinents.
MRS EDITH A. GOLDMAN
.,:'. of b:."5 Allison ltd Ml.inn lleach.
died Baturdaj Bsi vlues took pines
M.....Ia> at Itlversld.- Miami Ite.nh
Chapel Burial followed in Temple ls-
i.i't t '... aland Vm>-ter\ She came
her. -lght v ears atu from Harrlsburs.
|-.t nurvlvors In, hide nor husband.
[Henry, two dauitht*- net, all of Miami Beach, two broth-
,.i- .,nd a -istii Mis lioldmau was
member of Temple Israel.
MRS. ADA RUDOLPH
1141 BW Fourth Bl drowned June
l\th. bervlcei Iooh place Moadnj in
Riverside Miami Bench chai>el. with
i mi Blnnl Ceraeterj A ions
time resldenl of Miami. Mis Rudolph
lenvea a stepson, Bnmuel
She
.Bo
Mrs
MRS. ETTA
< lit] 8W Ith
i ,i me li om Si
Bw Ivlnsj .i: e
SMOLOVITZ
si died llondn)
m Tork It yenri
her husband. Is-
aml four d.uiKhti-i s, Including
Bhirlej Queen of Miami Berv-
i. \>.re held Wedneadsj In Oordon'a
Miami Chapel, with burial In Ml.
BlnSl >" Mlelel \
FREDERICK C. POHL
n, of .I.', sw :!ist Ave. passed awn]
a locnl hospital June 17th.
. ... ~. ..-,,- ... ...... Mir-
vlvod bi his wife, Delia, two son lr
win and Hi.-hard, and two daushters.
Ituth QreeB and Mildred Hems, also
ten grandchildren Services were
h.id last Prtdau nl The Miami River-
side Inti-rment followed in Mt. Nebo
'emeterv
JAMES TELLER
7". formerly of l**1 NE Bnyshors
Place, passed away this week Mr
Teller was a resident of the (jrealer
Miami area sin. |tH He was a
parkins lot owner Survived by his
" fi Annie, three sisters. Mrs An-
netta Zlaner, Miss Jnnnnstts Teller,
both of Miami Beach an I Bylvls Rhn-
plro of Tucson. Arts., two brothers.
i red and BenjniBtn, of Columbus, No-
bmskn, ami one son. Jack, of Qnlnns-
ville. ITa.. five srandi hildren and
seven great grandchildren Services
were held June 21st. 2 p.m.. with Rab-
l,i M.ses Mescheloff officiating. In-
terment was in Mt Nebo Cemetery
Arrangement- w, re In harm of Riv-
erside Chops] of Miami lleach.
JESSE OREER
50. formerly of lJo Jefferson Avenue.
Miami lleach. passed away Ihls week.
.Mi Qreor had been a resident of Mi-
ami Bench for nine years and the
owner of a to> shop on Miami Beach.
He Is survived by his wife. Ida, two
sons, Robert and Kdward, one daugh-
ter. Arlene. one brother, Jacob, and
three sisters, Mis C.rtrude Goodman,
Mrs IVnrl Wolf and Mrs Ruth 1'pton.
Services were held al 11 a.m., June
22nd, wllh Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
I officiating Interment wna In Mt.
Nebo Cemetery The Hibiscus Masonic
' |*idne. of which he was a member,
1 held their services al the Chapel. Ar-
rangements were In charge of River-
side i"hapel of Miami Beach.
HENRY LAPKIN
.'.. passed away June 21st. He was
i.nt of Miami for three years,
having lived at IMS Washington Ave- .
nue. Miami Beach. He was a buyer
of women's wear and retired since
1S42. He Is survived by his wife. '
Mm v. three brothers. Mam. Mack and
Dr Nathan Lapkln The remains
were sent to New York City for serv I
less and interment. Ixcal arrange-I
inriii were In charge of Riverside,
ChaiH-l of Miami Beach.
HYMAN PULLMAN
! passed away June 22nd. He lived
al nil North Ha) Road, having come
I from California about 2 years ago. He
was a retired furlture dealer. Surviv-
ed b) Ills Wife. Hose .-Ml Vices w I re
1 held at 2 p.m June 21th.. at the Riv-
erside Chapel of Miami Beach, with
Rabbi Morns Skop officiating. Inter-
ment was In Mt Slnal Memorial l'ark
Cemetery.
LEO BROWN
S2, of 1921 Bay ltd., Miami Beach,
died Tuesday morning in a hospital.
For nearly 30 >ears Mr. Brown had
engaged In the real estate business,
I here He also was an accomplished
' musician. Surviving are his wife, Mra.
May Murmur Brown, a aon. I>r. Mark
| Brow n. who Is about to enter the
Air Fine, for overseas service, a sis-
ter. Mrs Sadie Hellman. and a broth-
er. Kdward I', both of New York
City. Services were held Thursday
In Cordon's Miami lleach Funeral
Horn. Burial followed ill Mt. Nebo
Cemetei >.
NATHAN FUTERFAS
>.;. of !K1 Hibiscus Ave. Coconut
I Grove, died Hondo} services were
i hei.i WrOdnesdnj In Gordon Funeiai
Home's Miami Chapel, with burial In
Woodlawn Cemetery Mr. 1 uterfas. a
retireil niennaiit. came to .Miami -*7
train ago irom Springfield, Mass. He
is survived bj three sons. Bam of Mi-
ami. Cy of Chicago and Hoars of Buf-
falo. NY. four daughters. Mrs. HellO
Snider of Miami. Mrs. Mary Temkien,
Mi- Ann Katx an.l Mrs Kun.ce TIUO-
Insky, all of N.w York. 12 granrtchlhl-
i.n and Six Bl eat -grandchildren.
MINNIE SHAMIS
7. formerl) of 1S21 Jefferson Avenue.
Miami Heath, passed away this week.
Bhe was a ieldent of Miami Beach
i for a war, having come here to malie
this city her home. She Is survived
by her husband Morris, three sister".
Mrs. Kmsteln Flat-hs. Mrs. Mary
Pelles and Mrs Victoria Zuckerman,
four brothers. Juhn. Joe, Benne and
Benedict Services were held on Jv.ne
list, with Rabbi S T Swuiik) of-
ficiating Arrangements were In
. I iit-e of HUerside Memorial Chapel
of Miami BOW h
Bronner Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of Mrs. Hannah B.
Bronner. a long-time resident of
Miami, will take place on Sunday,
July 5th, 11 a.m., at Graireland Me-
morial Park Cemetery, Temple Is-
rael section, with Dr. Jacob H. Kap-
lan officiating.
Flagler Women Bowlers
Are Awarded Trophies
The Women's Bowling League of
the Flagler-Granada Jewish Center
Women's Group, held their recent
banquet at the Clover Club. Shir-
ley Bernard, president, Ann Sen
ter, treasurer, and Babe Sherman,
secretary, presented trophies to the
following:
First place team: Lilly Sloane.
Babe Sherman and Ann Senter;
and second place team: Ruth Shen-
berg, Adele Kelton and Shirley
Bernard.
High individual was Ruth Shen-
berg. with second high, Marcie
Coverman, hih set, Lil Steward,
and high game, Marcie Coverman.
Giller Unveiling
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Irving Lehrman office
Ciller was bbh fi^H*
accident in Tel Avi, .
was head of the Giller c2'
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Survivors include his pjl^l
and Mrs. Ben Giller, ,
Marshall, and a sister Maj
Fryd, all of Miami 'j
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JUNE 26, 1953
^AvfotncrMten
ii, Tobin'
othal Revealed-
lugust wedding is in the off-
Miss Gerri Frisch and Paul
Ln Tobin. The ceremony will
lace before Mr. Tobin enters
Uversity of Miami Medical
in the Fall,
couple's betrothal was an-
kd this week by the bride-
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Al
risih. 105 SW 30th Avenue.
|>bin is the son of Mr. and
bmuel Stein, of Tampa.
i Frisch attended the Univer-
Florida.
Irobln graduated this month
[the University of Florida,
he received the BS degree
as commissioned a second
lant in the infantry.
the
brise Parly For
Nat Bodensteins
uprise wedding anniversary
jwai held Saturday at the
lof Mr. and Mrs. Sol Budner,
lardcn Avenue. Miami Beach,
lor of the Nat Bodensteins, of
laven, New York, who cele-
t their 27th anniversary,
its in attendance were their
kn, Sig and Rita Schwartz, of
I Beach.
|rs included Mr. and Mrs.
Budner. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Genet,
Mrs. Irving Genet, Mr. and
larry Bodenstein, Mrs. Abe
kn and daughter Harriet and
Klliam Bodenstein.
h\ .lacowitz
tothal Told
land Mrs. David Berry, of
pton Road, Miami Beach, an-
the betrothal of their
|er, Joan Naomi, to Arthur
Jacowitz, son of Mr. and
Jenjamin Jacowitz, Newark, j
ersey.
Berry graduated from Mi-
^ach High School and attend- I
University'of Miami. She ]
nber of Delta Phi Epliilon I
py- I
Jacowitz attended schools in
and New York University.
eived his degree at the Uni-
of Miami. He is
F.psilon Pi Fra
Wait For I kv
Stand On Hook
tturning Battue
Continued from Pag* 1
Fascism, told the Senate how Mc-
Carthy and others were seeking
"to silence those who would op-
pose the effort to impose complete
conformity and complete ortho-
doxy on every thought and every
action of tile people of this coun-
try He told of how freedom
would be endangered if extremists
would be allowed "to intimidate
the others into silence because the
others do not want to take
chance of being attacked."
The speech to which McCarthy
objected was one in which Lehman
described "creeping McCarthyism"
as "a subtle poison which has al-
ready eaten deep into the muscles
and sinews of our entire body pol-
itic." He said that "while we con-
tinue to strive for equality of
rights for all our citizens, we dare
not overlook the creeping blight
which threatens to destroy, with
equal disdain for all, the very
structure of all our liberties .
step by step we have retreated .
presumption of guilt now sur-
rounds anyone accused by McCar-
thy. Jenner, Velde and their ilk."^!" Ml"mi> has returned ing Berdy, 780 SW 10th Street Mi
The total impact of the McCarthy-'
ite efforts, he said, is not confined
to the headlines but "finds its way
into the body of our laws" and is
responsible for the McCarran-Wal-
ter Act."
PAGE 13
H^!yDi!ieC^i"iCerS ai?d ** members of of
the North Shore Club are seated
right) Rita Myman, recordina serwtni-v-~Mc" j* ""* ""ll" "re ^1UD are sea,ed deft to
n. name JS^i^M S"!,ma LT'S' ,u" Th<""Ps
lyn Rubin, Elaine Sand
Robert Rosen and Alfreu .
North Shore Jewish Center.
is, June Thompson, Caro-
srs. Not pictured are Dr.
on alternate Tuesday evenings at the
Personally Speaking ...
* SFJS*.* 33.9 SWJ. A-motor WP taken Mrs. Irv-
spend the summer accom-1 ami, and her twin daughters
lo
Hundreds of persons from all po-
Cift hCr daU8hterS' ^"''Washington bn"nYork
foin Zi KUrM NWak WU1 ,The 8Jrls' and Dorff recen Iv
residtaTJ: Jtly- 22 haVC ^"^aduated from Miami Beach Hig
SeDtemi a.!* YOrk T* '3St SchooL N^V Lieutenant Stanley J
- Mesh will show them the Washing-
September. Also arriving here was
Mr. David Stone, Mrs. Nowak's
father, who recently went North
rSfSiSlife an? reprrnting var-in *7**sve rs
ied rejig.ous and racial groups re- grandson, Richard Henrv Parent
sponded to Lehman's refusal to be | are Dr. and Mrs E
intimidated. They responded in a
heart-warming way. Hundreds of
M. Grossman.
& a a
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Click, along
letters poured into Lehman's of- with Mr ad tj kn d g
fice following McCarthy's Nazi-like JTthS Sjto HoWtoSSS
assault on him. The letters con- ters this we8ek for0taen *%
tamed checks, cash and stamps. Northern vacation. From New
York, they will travel to Maine and
, couple are
W on July
liST"
planning to be
25th. in Miami
Hnbbi Shapiro To
Opeit Conference
Rabbi Max Shapiro has been in-
vited by the National Education
Association of the United States
th Dade Center
New Activities
Dade Jewish Center has
led a series of events for
min^ weeks.
nc Kriday evening services
t, th. oneg Shabbat will be
red by Mr. and Mrs. Ned
in honor of their son Ben-
's Bar Mitzvah scheduled to-
' morning at 9 a.m.
ionic at Greynolds Park will
id on Sunday morning, June
10 a m Monday evening, 8
s the date set for the Sister-
sewing class,
day evening. June 30th, 8
Men's Club will meet at .
ater. A luncheon and card |to open the eneral sessions of its
is scheduled by the Sister-'convention on Monday evening,
for Wednesday, 12t30 p.m., ,,une 29th- in Miami-
Rabbi Shapiro has been spiritual
leader of Beth David Congregation
[ ed as Jewish representative over
the radio in round table discus-
sions sponsored by the Conference
of Christians and Jews. He was
formerly a member of the faculty
of the University of Miami.
and majored in architecture there.
ft ft ft
Louis Schwartzman, executive
Canada. The Clicks and their two
sons, Robert and Arthur, moved
into their new home at 943 79th
Terrace. Miami Beach, just prior
to leaving on their vacation.
& ft ft
Vacationers at the Osceola Lake
Inn, Hendersonville. North Caro-
lina, include Mr. and Mrs. Jack
August, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rock-
way and family, Mr. and Mrs. AI
Klein and daughters, Mr. and Mrs.
jB. L. Berkey and family, Mrs. E.
Stark and children and Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Evans and family.
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will now be installed for a 10-day 0f Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gersten.
trial in homes in this area upon 8028 Harding Avenue. Paternal
the deposit of one dollar, accord-,
ing to John K. Knighton, president
of Knighton-Keune Co., distributor
ton sights. The family will then
travel to New York to visit Mrs.
May Mesh, who flew here from
Long Island to attend the twins'
graduation. They will also visit
Mrs. Syd Wortzman, of Brooklyn,
who was present at the exercises!
The Berdys will return here in
time for Rose to enter the Univer-
sity of Florida and Doris the Uni-
versity of Miami.
ft ft ft
David N. Leslie, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sol Leslie, 3114 Prairie Ave-
nue, spent a one-week vacation
with his parents and brother. He
is a senior at the Massachusetts
Institute of Technology, where he
is doing graduate work toward an
engineering degree. He is an alum-
nus of the University of Michigan ter receiving his BBA degree from
Nat Cans has been invited for
the sixth consecutive year to at-
tend the Metropolitan Life Insur-
ance Company President's Club
Sales Conference which is being
leld at the Cavalier Hotel in Vir-
ginia Beach, Virginia, through
June 17th. The annual event is a
gathering of the leaders of the
United States and Canada, with
outstanding sales performances.
Mrs. Cans is accompanying him.
They plan a subsequent vacation at
Black Mountain, North Carolina,
and will return here on July 20th.
ft ft ft
Joseph Keller, of 610 NE 139th
Street, is leaving for Providence,
Rhode Island, where he will spend
a five-week vacation.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. George Levy, of
200 SW 32nd Road, Miami, are
spending their summer vacation in
New York City.
ft ft ft
Edward Pastroff, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Alex Goldstein, 1856 SW 14th
Terrace, has gone to New York af-
the University of Miami, Magna
Cum Laude. He also received the
Alpha Kappa Psi Scholarship
tour
Rabbi Max Shapiro
^st. And on Wednesday eve-
" p.m., a regular meeting of
enter will be held.
0W<
Mora 4 ant
eeted As
Miviai Product
M project of Albert J.
owner of Miami's Royal
Supply Company, Inc., is
ly created Plastic Florist
V. 119 NE 6th Street.
new company bandies trop
ntx and blossoms which can
tow from the real thing, ac-
* to H,rSch. "With a variety
m 50 specimens to select
tney can be used for all in-
decorative purposes in ho-
fstaurants, theaters, cocktail
* and the home."
Plants are made of washable
nd are not affected by sun-
darkness, heat or cold. Ac-
P to Hirsch, they are also
Proof and, as authentic rep-
Florida's foliage and bios-
"re avauable in all natural
I. R. Goodman Hadassah
Has Membership Party
A break the ice membership par-
ty will be given by the L R. Good-
man Group of Hadassah at the
home of Mrs. Rose Garth, 215
North Coconut Lane, Palm Island,
on Sunday, June 28th. 2 p.m., ac-
cording to Miss Lillian Goodman,
president-elect.
Mrs. Samuel Sakrals, president-
elect of the Greater Miami Chapter
of Hadassah, will be guest speaker.
Mrs. Benjamin Nadler will be vo-
cal soloist, with Mrs. Shirley
Brawn rendering violin solos.
director of the Bureau of Jewish | Award- a special honorary citation
given by the School of Business
Administration.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Seitlin, of 1819
SW 23rd Street. Miami, are in Lake
Placid, New York, where Mr. Seit-
lin is attending an insurance con-
vention.
ft ft ft
Mrs. Frances N. Rubin is now
residing at the Shore Club Hotel,
1901 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach.
Education, is currently on a
of Israel.
ft ft -ft
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weitz, of
560 West 51st Street. Miami Beach,
announce the birth of their son,
Harding
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Max
Weitz, 4201 Royal Palm Avenue.
of Servel appliances for this ter-
ritory.
This is the refrigerator that
freezes cubes without trays, stores ficulties than
them m a basket and automatically Arab infiltrators.
replaces them as they are used.
"The offer is being made here,"
Knighton said, "as part of a coast-
to-coast campaign by Servel to
prove the superiority of its refrig-
erators in the nation's homes." He
explained that the Automatic Ice-
iiennike Seen As "Good" For His Job
Continued from Page 1
presented by
Israeli delegates here welcome
the appointment of General Ben-
nike whom they regard as a most
suitable man for the job. At the
same time, they are sorry to see
Lieutenant General William E. Ril-
ey, of the United States, leave as
Maker or any other Servel refrig-tney have always considered him
erator will be installed upon the a very hones( and fair mediator; at
deposit of a single dollar, and if no time did ,he Maibs mde their
the housewife decides not to keep dislike for Genera, RileVi but that
the refrigerator, it will be removed wouid ^ typical of them for they
without charge. |could not stand anyone impartial.
"In any event," he said, "the one Their morality, or lack of it, was
dollar deposit will be returned at
the end of the 10-day trial." "The
Automatic Ice-Maker was introduc-
ed this year," explained Knighton,
"to put an end to the problems and
inconveniences caused by obsolete
refrigerators in millions of homes.
With this new refrigerator, there
are no trays to fill, no trays to
spill and no trays to forget to re-
fill.
"We feel that many homemakers j
will not know the full meaning of
modern refrigerator convenience
until they actually have an Auto-
matic Ice-Maker installed in their
kitchens where it can be compared
side by side with the old refriger-
ator."
shown in the local commanders'
agreement; within 12 hours of its
being signed, armed infiltrators
from Jordan killed a farmer in
Tirat Yehuda, a village two and a
half miles from Lod Airport.
General Bennike, who is 65 years
old. is the son of a former Lieuten-
ant Colonel of the Danish Army
and led the life of an officer, ris-
ing steadily through the ranks, un-
til he reached the rank of his fath-
er at the time of the Second World
War. He served mainly in units of
the engineering and telegraph
corps and is a leading military en-
gineer, having on several occasion-
taught military' engineering in Den-
mark and abroad.
As the Danish newspaper, Ber-
lingske Tidende, reported at the
time of his appointment to head
the truce supervision organization.
General Bennike is best remem-
bered as the leader of the resist-
ance against the Germans in Den-
mark. He organized the sabotage
of the railway lines in Jutland dur-
ing 1944 and 1945, and he was so
successful at this, causing so much
havoc for the German army of oc-
cupation, that the Nazis put a high
price on his head.
When the war ended, he was
made a Major General, an excep-
tionally high rank in the Danish
Army, and was appointed the mili-
tary commander of the Jutland-
Fumen area, which is half of Den-
mark. The following year, he was
named the chief of his own unit,
the engineering corps; shortly af-
terwards, he reached retirement
age and left active service. How-
ever, his ability and special knowl-
edge were still required, and he
served as an instructor for the Dan-
ish Home Guard in railway and
land mine explosion techniques.


PAGE M___________________
UN. UNESCO To
Be Discussed
Teaching college students about
the United Nations rod UNESCO's
global services will be discussed on
Monday. June 29th. at the National
Education Association convention
in Miami Beach.
Dr. William B. Munson. Profes-
sor of History at the University of
Miami, will speak on the univer-
sity approach to this instruction.
He will be one of a panel of three
educators to develop the conven-
tion theme. Teaching About UN
And UNESCO, at the high school,
college and community levels.
High school instruction on the
UN and its subsidiary organization
will be discussed by Louise Owen,
of La Grange. Georgia, who is a
member of the NBA Committee on
international relations. Teaching
communities what the UN is striv-
ing to accomplish will be the con-
tribution of Beatrice P. Ronquillo.
chief of the Education Section of
the United Nations
>lfririnork#9f
' f
**AL $
IWANTMY
Ruth Posselt To Appear With U of M
Summer Symphony Orchestra Sunday
Officers of Tifereth Israel Northside Center congratulate Rabbi Louis Cassel (fourth from left)
on his appointment as spiritual leader of the congregation. Pictured (left to right) are David
Collins, treasurer. William S. Altman. 2nd vice president; Jack Berke. president; Rabbi Cassel;
Herman Kutun. 1st vice president; and George Weisbaum, past president
Rabbi Louis Cassel n"~ He h" conr",u" "t,clcs
cuth Posselt will be guest solo-
with the University of Miami
Summer Symphony Orchestra on
Sunday evening. June 28th. 8 p.m
,at the
Is Tifereth Israel
Spiritual Leader
The following vear. she made a
transcontinental tour of this coun-' Jack Berke, president of Tifer-
trv. and then her great talent came <"> I*?' Northside Center, this
. to the attention of Jacques Thi- ** announced the appointment
II i a m i baud, the noted French violinist, of Rabbi Louis A. Cassel as spirit
|Bcach Auditor when he appeared here He urged
,um. that she be sent to Europe immed-
John Bitter lately. Through the enthusiastic in-
[will conduct the tcrest of several influential Bos-
[orchestra in ,on women, this was arranged. She
l-eadings of Serge made her debut in Paris with the
IProko f i e f f I Symphony Orchestra under Pierre
[March from The Monteux.
. o v e Of The! From then on. her fame rose
[ Three Oranges swiftly She went to Berlin. Vien
Carl Maria von | na. Milan. Amsterdam. The Hague.
Mm Posselt Weber's Over- Brussels everywhere there was
ture to Der Freischutz. Riclia/d' a demand to hear her
Nirauss' Rosenkavalier Waltzer. Throughout her career. Ruth Pos-
Kdward Grieg's Suite No 1. Peer selt indeed lived up to the praise
Gynt, Jerome Kern's Show Boat of Serge Koussevitzky. who once
Melodies and Georges Knesco's called her "one of the greatest vio-i
'. Tianian Rhapsody No 1. linists of our time".
Miss Posselt will be heard in in-1
li rotations of Eduard I.alo's An-
e. Enrique Fernandez Arbo-.'
K-p.!..!'!. Henri Wjcnian
- Romance and Tlrador Nat-bet1
tar Tzigane
The violin u bog in her
la!"
the muMc critic of a lead-
- European newspaper wrote af
.:'... Ifisi Pi twit, the noted
i i an violinist But such
praise is not unusual for Ruth Poe-
At th.- he made
first public appearance in a
ital at Jordan Hall. Boston, and
at once acclaimed a- a phe-
menal child prodigy, A few
i later, aha waa working under
anuel Ondricek, the noted vie
lin pedagogue from Prague.
\.\t came her debut in Carnegie
Q, New York, where she created
.i sensation with her astonishing
Italkin. Miller To
Take Par. In
NBA I'on vinf ion
Gilbert J Batkin, director of the
Florida Regional Office. Anti
Defamation League of B*nai B'rith.
and Alexander F Miller, director
"i the ADL Southern Office in At-
lanta, will be participants in dis-
'. meetings to be held in con-
nection with the convention of the
National Education Association in
Miami Beach.
<>n Wednesday, July l-t. Miller
will he a discussant in a gresp
meeting on the subject. The chal-
Of Citizenship Preparation
To The School- The meeting will
take place at 2 p m in the Delano
Hotel
On Thursday. July 2nd. Balkin
ual leader of the congregation
Rabbi Cassel was ordained at the
Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological
Seminary and is a member of the
Rabbinical Council of America. He
is also a graduate of the Hebrew
Teachers' Institute of Yeshiva Uni-
versity, was granted the AB degree
at Yeshiva College and holds the
MA degree in Educational Psychol-
ogy from Columbia Univerity.
While serving as Rabbi of his
play.: first congregation in Mobile, Ala-
bama. Rabbi Cassel was appointed
by the Jewish Welfare Board to
serve as chaplain to Jewish service-
men at the Brookley Field Air Base
there. He has also served congre-
gations in Philadelphia. Pennsyl-
vania. Syracuse. New York, and
Knoxville. Tennessee.
While in Knoxville. Rabbi Cassel
served as Hillel Advisor on the
campus of the University of Ten-
nessee
on Jewish subjects to the New Uni-
versal Jewish Encyclopedia, as well
as to other publications and per-
iodicals.
Rabbi Cassel is the brother of
i Rabbi Abraham M. CasseJ, spiritual
leader of Kneseth Israel Congre-
gation, Miami Beach. They recent-
ly returned from a trip to Israel.
Rabbi Cassel will assume his new
duties at Tifereth Israel in Septem-
ber.
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Virtuosity. A month later, she re- will serve as a resource participant
p ted this roceen at Symphony u a meeting on the subject. Work
Hall in Boston, where the critics
prophesied a glowing future for
her. Two years later, competing
against 165 violinists from all parts
of the United States, she won the
National Federation of Music Clubs
prize.
ing Together To Prepare Better
Citizens Through Inter-Group And
Human Relations The meeting is
slated for 9:30 am at the Saga-
more Hotel.
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Lay. TUNE 26, 1953
+Jewish nrBria.
LEGAL HOTICE
HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
c,,cNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
nlnR DAOE COUNTY, FLOR-
AD \l CHANCERY. No. 160617
RiiNiio eientew. Plaintiff,
n-r H'ENTES. Defendant,
r NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
|,!uSack kientes, io w. 9?>
f,,. NfW V..rk 2, New York, are
iSS notified "> "1" "f i;V"!"
. for Divorce has linen filed
,M you. im.1 you are ....mired to
Eve l COPy "' vnur Answer Of I'lend-
Wtn the Bill o! Complaint on the
IiniV- attorney, THEODORE .1.
wiWITB ''" Seybold Building. Ml-
Hot-Ma, and file the original
kw.r or Pleading I" the office of
Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or
tare the 27th day of July 1M. If
1 fail to do ho, Judgment by default
El lie tak.n attalnat you for the re-
f ilemanded In the Hill of Complaint.
ioNK ANI> ORDERED at Miami,
bi i.ia this 23rd day of June, lift.
P E. H. I.KATHKUMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
cult Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
|c 7/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IOTICE IS HKRKBY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage In
lines* under the fictitious name of
(HtMIR TRICKING COMPANY, at
l.udlum Drive, Miami Springs,
inteud to regiHter said name with
Clark of the Circuit Court of Dade
Einly, Florida.
MIRIAM HERI.ANDS
FLORENCE RUDNICK
Sole Owners
MtTON M. H1K0EI.
lorncy for Applicants
f\V Hauler Street
6 7/3-111-17
[NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thst
I undersigned, desiring to engage In
faness under the fictitious name of
(V'S BAR A CHILL, at :i.'.9S S.W.
Street, Miami, intend to register
name With the Clerk of the Clr-
II Court of Dad.- Cm.my, Florida.
[jm.MKNICA MARIE VKNTOI.ORA
ptICHARD SCHUMAN
Sole I IIH,I I
Iephbn keshler
orney for Applicants
i \v. J2nd Ave.
ir, 7/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
:e is hereby given that
ndersign. d. desiring to ellt.lge 111
I under the fictitious nail..- ,,f
IE HOD0IN8-KUNDE MFC CO.
Inc.), at Mil Blue Drive. Miami.
,. intend to register said name with
: I'll rk of Hi.- circuit Court of Dade
lunty, Florida.
FRANK W. IIOIMIINS
RICHARD F. KLNDK
h:riiKN kessler
jp.rney for Applicants
|s W. 22nd Ave.
16 7/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
(COTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage In
siness under the fictitious name of
N HRENT MEN'S WEAR, St 6983
llns Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida,
nil to register said name with the
prk of the Circuit Court of Dade
kuntv, Kkirdia.
IRWIN ALPF.R
ANNETTE A I.PER
EnRCE CHERTKOK, ESQ.
- 7/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
v.'TICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage in
il.ieHH under the fictitious name <,f
fee HARDWARE, at 36S7-36M West
pilfer St Miami, Ha.. Intend to
(later said name with the Clerk of
e circuit Court of Dade County,
brlda.
ERNEST ROBCOE
FLORENCE RO8C0E
Sole Owners
Impel j. rand
Ip.rncy for Applicant
Olympla Building
26 7/3-1.1-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is hereby given that
undersigned, desiring to engage In
llness under the fictitious name of
Ur II CLEANERS AND LAI'NDER-
fts, at Sbi, S.W. 36th Ave.. Miami.
intends to register said name
fth the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade Count!', Florida.
ROUERT BROWN
MIX PAPER
Iturney for Applicant
12 Congress Building
B6 7/3-10-17
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
. NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
le undersigned, desiring to engage In
sinrss under the fictitious name of
"piiONKT CLEANERS 4 LAU.N-
fcKERS. at 3063 K.W. 16th Terr,
"ami. Ha., Intends to register said
?me with the Clerk of the Circuit
un of Dade County. Florida.
.v. EMANUEL. BEITLIN
|AltX FARER
torney for Applicant
V Congress Building
P ./3-IO-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
l\', ,-i .,- NAME LAW
It ".' '' ls HEREBY GIVEN that
unaeralgned, desiring to engage In
rV !'i*...'''1'1''1' '"< fictitious name of
ril.LIM JEWELERS, at 1631 Jeffer-
n Avenue, .Miami Reach. Florida.
if .i.l- t.. register said name with
CL .,.'.'' "" Circuit Court of Dade
f'uity. Florida.
b, i!,,.,;.:,i'r ?OLDBERa, sole owner
f."'"-''. J TALIANOKF _
tea1 A"Ja""
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
|Vl,....... NAME LAW
l*o|l. |.. ls hKKKUy QIVEN that
n m.ierslgned. desiring to engage In
Kn?'n'in?Ir ,h fictitious name of
Alii AitA FRENCH, at Miami Beach.
L. ',., ,nd '" register said name with
5,nn.rk.' tne Circuit Court of Dade
ountjr, Florida.
KTHKL CARNEY
m T/.-ViJiV^ es
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIEREIIY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business undei the fictitious name
AMU GoLI.liERG d/l./a TRAVEL
Kits air taxi. .1 .',,.'!;,,;'.;!;
Miami 48, Kla Intends to register
aid name with the Clerk of th. Clr
cult Court of Dade County. Florida
DAVID QOLDBERG
kass. rouSP" """......''"'
Attorneys for Applicant
:.I7 Sevliold HWg.
6/26 7/3-10-17
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 28541-A
RE: ESTATE OF
FRANCES RINGER, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is herehy given that we
have filed our final report and petition
for 1 ma! Discharge as Executors of
the estate of FRANCES RINGER, de-
ceased: and that on the 24th day of
July 1953 we will apply to the Hon-
orable W. F. HLANTON, County
Judge of Dade County, Horida, for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge as Executors of the
Estate of FRANCES RINGER, de-
ceased.
This 17th day of June, 1953.
/s/ WILLIAM PARKER
/s/ DOROTHY PARKER
Executors of the Estate of
Frances Ringer, Deceased.
MYERS, IIEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Executors
650 Seybold Building. Miami, Horida.
6/19-26 7/3-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 160160
EDNA CHALSER BBLFORD,
Plaintiff
vs.
JACOB BEDFORD. Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JACOB BBLFORD, MS Chapel
Street, New Haven. Conn
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a complaint for divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy ,,f your ans-
wer on th* Plaintiff's attorney, ROB-
ERT II. TRAURIG, Esquire, 850 Lin-
coln Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and
file the original answer in the office
of the cie.k of ti. circuit Court-on
or before the nth day or July, 1953,
otherwise the allegations in said com-
plaint will be taken as confessed by
you.
PLEASE GOVERN YOURSELF AC-
C< HtI ilNGLY.
Dated June 8. 1933.
B. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of tile Circuit Court
By: M. C. GREEN,
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
6/12-19-2G 7/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CANTOR PACKAGE AND CANTOR'S
Llyi'ORS, at 2031 N.W. 12th Ave.,
Miami, Fla., Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
ABRAHAM CANTOR, and
ROSE CANTOR, His Wife
Sole Owners
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Owners
630 Seybold Bldg.
6/19-28 7/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
1CTTIE KAY, at .'.4 Miracle Mile, Coral
Gables, Fla., intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Cnuntv, Florida
ESTHER G. KI'RZROK,
Sole owner
MYERS. IIEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for owner
630 Seybold Bldg.
0 12-19-26 7/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MORAYS JEWELERS, at mi NE 2nd
Avenue. Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
MURRAY SCHECHTER
SALLY SCHECHTER
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
650 Seybold Bldg.
6/19-26 7/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
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 1501 S.W. 3rd Ave..
Miami. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
JACK W. KENNEDY
LEONARD KAL1SH
Attorney for Applicant
1001 DuPont Bldg.
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
HOUSTON CABINET SHOP, at 1352
N.W. 29th Street. Miami, Florida. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Fkirlda.
.MARY E. IIOISTON
CHARLES .1. BODNER, ESQ.
Attorney for Houston Cabinet Shop
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
HETTY'S AND TEDDYS' RKSTAl It-
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. MONDZELEWSKI
STEPHEN E KESS1.ER
Attorney tor Applicants
4 S.W 33od Ave.
/U-lt-M T/l
LEGAL NOTICE
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fErt^L^Touri
&wLn8^SSS jUeTTDao.
firsr'oun';"";!" rvm "" ffiuoflSS
first publication hereof Said clsima
W demands to contain the L T
dross of ,|,e claimant and to bTsworn
wPbedMal...........""
Dale June UOi A.I.. i:.:,:|
JACOB I'IMIMAN
EI1IEL LESOWODER
CHARLES UPPOW
As Administrators of the
Estate of
MEYER J. CLICK, a/k/a
__ M J GI.1CK, Deceased
fJBOROE CHERTKOF a,,ea'
Attorney for Administrators
6/26 7/3-10-17
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
__ No. 28223-B
RE: ESTATE OF
ISRAEL H. GOODMAN a/k/a
I. A, GOODMAN, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
...NOTICE la bereb) given that I have
Bled my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administratrix
d.b.nct.a., of the estate of ISRAEL
R GOODMAN, deceased: and that on
the 10th day of July. 1*53, will apply
to the Honorable PRANK B. DOWL-
ini.. County Judge of Dade County,
Florida, for approval of said final re-
port and for final discharge as Ad-
ministratrix d.b.n.c.t.a., of the EeUte
of Israel r. .....u.MAN. deceased.
mil lotli day of June, :
,,...... LILLIAN .....IDMAN
IRVING CYPEN
Attorney for Administratrix d.b.n.c.t.a.
6,12-19-26 7/2-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring t" engage In
business under the fictitious name of
WILMUR REALTY ASSOCIATES, In-
tend in register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
WILLIAM HANDELMAN
IRENE HANDELMAN
MURRAY FLA SI IN Hit
ISABEL FLASHNER
HARRY ZUKERNICK
Attorney for Applicanta
42.. Lincoln Hil .Miami I'.cach, Fla.
H. I9-S6 7 ':!-l.i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to image in
business under the fictitious name of
GARDEN BAKE BBOP, at K16 6th
Street. Miami Beach, Intend to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
SIDNEY GELBER
R1T11 GELBER
GBRSHON S MILLER
Attorney for owners
420 Lincoln Road
6/12-19-26 7 3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fit titlous name of
TOMMYS DECK BAR at 627 5th
street. Miami Beach, Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Lade County, Florida.
FRANCIS L'MBERTO CORP.
A Florida Corp.
ELI BREGER
Attorney for Applicant
236 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
j,; 7 J-10-17
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 30347-B
in Re: ESTATE OF
SAMI'EL J. PASKOW, Deceased
To All Creditors, and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. arid each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of vou, niav have against the
estate of SAMCEL 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 month*, from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad*
dresi of the claimant and to lie sworn
to and presented aa aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Date June .". AD. I9T.3.
CTBRTRl'DE KI'RNARI.
As Executrix of the l.ast Will
and Testament of
SAMI'EL J. PASKOW,
1 .eceaseil.
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF, ESQ.
attorney for Executrix
.; I2-1S-26 J I
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
Vr NAME LAW
.NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
^und.e""ned, desiring toenlSgeln
':' :'.'"-.:..t;'v', <>" "ctitioua .........
0, I-H-I-IAI:!. PARLOR, at "its
M.M Mtt St., Miami. i,(.nd u',,^
yiri mi i ourt or Dad, County, Plor-
STEPHEN'r-,I^^1.^n-TI,,'l:l'l;
6/12-19-11
' N0TICE .VNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underelgned, desiring to cngVr i
Cour?'p{orS|d:.'rCUM Courl "' "'-"'
6/19-26'- 7'/3.,i0,,O','T/-NIA-N' "'Wntr>
tEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
ANDVFoSVaUr?a'CJAL ""C0ItT"n
in* ,.?RnDADE COUNTY, FLOR-
PwV ',N CHANCERY. No. 160242
JOHNJIENKV DE MASI. Rlalnnff
VII'nSI.Vp1':b2,AoSI' "a'endant.
v.u- T-m,E.,?-, PUBLICATION
\-M 1,N ,A "K MASI. 1. Four,,,
street, white Plains, .\ew y,,,.|( ar
herehy notified that a Bill of Com!
ci ''' Wvoroe has been filed
against you, and you are require! to
serve a copy of your Answer or I'lcad-
"K '" !h- W 01 Complaint on the
pi.n..t.fr s attornev, TIlFolioiti.' t
SAKovvnz. m Beybold BulMlnTrfMi:
ami, Horida and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
he t lerh of the Circuit Court, on or
before the 18th .lay of July, 1951 if
you {all to .I., so, judgment by default
"ill he taken against you for the re-
.u.v".'-"1;'^' in ""' ,!l11 of Complalnl
..,""'>K AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this loth day of June, 1953
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
ci.ik. Circuit Court,
,,.,.>..,.,... |M'''' '"""'>' Florida
" IRCI IT COURT SEAL)
By M C OREEN,
6/IM9-26-.7/?ePUtl C'erk-
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 28572-B
RE: ESTATE OP
ROSE DICKEXSON, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
notice la hereby given thai l have
rued mj final report and petition for
Final Discharge aa Executor of the
estate of ROSE DICKEXSON, de-
ceased: ami that on the 6th day of
.inly. 1953, win apply to the Honorable
FRANK B. DOWLINQ, County Judge
of Dade County, Florida, for approval
of said final report and for final dis-
charge as Executor of I lie Estate of
HOSE DICKEXSON. deceased.
This 19th day of May, 1951
ARTHUR RHODES DICKEXSON
aa Executor of Estate of
ROSE DICKEXSON. Deceased.
GEORGE CHERTKOF
Attorney for Executor
I 5-12-19-ls
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 30156-B
In Re: estate OF
SIMON MILLER, Deceased
To ah Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands AgSinSl
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified ami required to present ans
claims and demands which you. or
either of .vou, may have sgalnat the
estate of si.M.in MILLER, deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
Hi rable County Judges ty, and file the same in their
offices In the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date "I the
first publlcal..... hereof, s.ii.i claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dreaa of the claimant and to be sworn
tn and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be liar.cii
Date June i". A.D. 1953
PAULINE MILLER,
As Executl ix of tin Last Will
and Testament of
SIM. IX MILLER. I', eased.
GERSHON s MILLER
Attorney for Mrs. Pauline Miller
I 19-26 7 :l-lii
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 24,3
RE: ESTATE OF
Itttris MINSK. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given thai I have
filed inv final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Exc. itnx of the
estate of LOOTS Minsk deceased;
and that on the 2nd day of July. 19j3.
I will apply to the Honorable Count j
Judges of Dole County. Horida. for
approval of said final ..-port and for
final discharge as Executrix of the
estate of UOOTS MINSK, deceased.
This 2nd day of June, 19j3.
ABBIE MINSK,
As Executrix of the estate of
LOUIS MINSK, Deceased.
MYERS. HEIMAN A KArLAN
Attorneys for Executrix
/5-lx-19-M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
I...sine under the fictitious name of
JO-DEL HAIRSTYLIST, at 2617 B.W.
37th Ave.. Miami, Intend to register
s.nd name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
JOSEPHINE R. MAN1LOFF
FANNIE D. ROFFLER
75-1S-I9-M
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
No. 27856
RK: ESTATE OF
MAURICE BRAUNSTEIN.
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
notice is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Dlschargs as Executor of the
estate of MAURICE BRAUNSTEIN.
dec..Mil. and that on the 80th day of
July 1953, will apply to the Honorable
FRANK B DOWLINO, County Indue
,,f Dade County, Florida, for approval
of sai.l final report and for final dis-
charge as Executor ..r the Estate of
MAURICE BRAUNSTEIN. deceased.
Tins l.'ti. day of June, l',,;;- ,.,v.
s .II'LES DIIAI'NSTEIN
MAN. R SILVER
Attornej fot Executor
.; (9-24 7 1-10 ________.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Actt of 1941
___ File A-17951
M H\HKl-i \"':' M HAKklN.s, holder of County Tax
Sale ertlflcate No. 6433, issued u
38th day of May, AD. 1951, has filed
Samei In my off.ee, and has mad. i
pi cation for a tax deed to be I .
fhereon. said Certificate eipbt i t
.. following described proper: n
J* County of Dade. State of Fl 1.,.
pot if University Park, Pint i: .ok
1". Page 4ti. in the County of Dad
State of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate was in the
name of: Dil. P. R. TRAYNOK
I ..less said certificate shall be re-
deemed according p, law. the property
described herein will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Court H ni.-.i
door on the first Monday in the month
of August, 1053, which Is the 3rd day
of August, 1953.
Dated this 15th day of June, It >,
E. I!. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Cour:,
Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By N. c. S'l'ERRETT.
Deputy Clerk.
6/19-26 7/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEX that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
KENNEL BAR. 3632 N.W. 7th St.,
Miami, intends to register aaid name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
JOHN S. WELLS
STEPHEN F. KES8LER
Attorney for Applicant
4 S.W. 22nd Ave.
8/3-12-19-36
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 159877
MARY LOU CRAWFORD, Plalntifl
vs.
JOHN HENRY CRAWFORD,
Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: .H.HN HENRY CRAWFORD
Defendant, Address Unknown
rOTJ ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a complaint for divorce has l.een
filed sgalnat you, and you are re-
quired '" s-rve a copy of your ans-
wer on the Plaintiffs attorney, ROB-
ERT II. TRAURKJ, Esquire, 3*0 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach, Florida ainf
file the original answer In the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 6th day of July. I9i3,
otherwise the allegations In said com-
plaint will be taken as elites. I l.v
you.
PLEASE GOVERN YOURSELF AC-
CORDINGLY.
Dated: May |g, 1963.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit I' n t
By: M. C. HREEX,
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
8/5-13-19-26
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADt
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 159950
SADYE O. ROSE, Plaintiff,
vs.
JOSE GONZALEZ, also known an
JOSE GONZALEZ RODRIGUEZ
and PRUDENCIA S. deOONEALEZ,
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.
and PRUDENCIA S. deGON-
ZALEZ, his wife
You arc hereby notified that a BUI
of Complalnl for Injunction and Other
Relief has l.een filed against you. and
cm are required to serve a copy of
in ur Answer or Pleading to the Bill
of Complaint on the plaintiffs u
loiiievs. MYERS. HEIMAN & KAP
i.\N." 630 Seybold Building. Miami,
Florida, and file the original Answer
or Pleading In the office of the Cleric
of the Circuit Court on or before the
6th day of July. 1968. U you fall to
do so, judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the BUI of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive \
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE \ND ORDERED at Miami.
Kimiiia, this 29th day of May, A.D.
1953' E. B. LEATHERMAN',
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court SeaD oreen
Deputy Clerk.
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
ffiO Seybold Building, Miami. Florida
i/5-13-19-3*
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JUNE 26, 1953 ^AvfotncrMten ii, Tobin' %  othal Revealedlugust wedding is in the offMiss Gerri Frisch and Paul Ln Tobin. The ceremony will lace before Mr. Tobin enters Uversity of Miami Medical in the Fall, couple's betrothal was ankd this week by the brideparents. Mr. and Mrs. Al risih. 105 SW 30th Avenue. |>bin is the son of Mr. and bmuel Stein, of Tampa. i Frisch attended the UniverFlorida. Irobln graduated this month [the University of Florida, he received the BS degree as commissioned a second lant in the infantry. the brise Parly For Nat Bodensteins uprise wedding anniversary jwai held Saturday at the lof Mr. and Mrs. Sol Budner, lardcn Avenue. Miami Beach, lor of the Nat Bodensteins, of laven, New York, who celet their 27th anniversary, its in attendance were their kn, Sig and Rita Schwartz, of I Beach. |rs included Mr. and Mrs. Budner. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Mr. and Mrs. Harry Genet, Mrs. Irving Genet, Mr. and larry Bodenstein, Mrs. Abe kn and daughter Harriet and Klliam Bodenstein. h\ .lacowitz tothal Told land Mrs. David Berry, of pton Road, Miami Beach, anthe betrothal of their |er, Joan Naomi, to Arthur Jacowitz, son of Mr. and Jenjamin Jacowitz, Newark, j ersey. Berry graduated from Mi^ach High School and attendI University'of Miami. She ] nber of Delta Phi Epliilon I pyI Jacowitz attended schools in and New York University. eived his degree at the Uniof Miami. He is F.psilon Pi Fra Wait For I kv Stand On Hook tturning Battue Continued from Pag* 1 Fascism, told the Senate how McCarthy and others were seeking "to silence those who would oppose the effort to impose complete conformity and complete orthodoxy on every thought and every action of tile people of this country He told of how freedom would be endangered if extremists would be allowed "to intimidate the others into silence because the others do not want to take chance of being attacked." The speech to which McCarthy objected was one in which Lehman described "creeping McCarthyism" as "a subtle poison which has already eaten deep into the muscles and sinews of our entire body politic." He said that "while we continue to strive for equality of rights for all our citizens, we dare not overlook the creeping blight which threatens to destroy, with equal disdain for all, the very structure of all our liberties step by step we have retreated presumption of guilt now surrounds anyone accused by McCarthy. Jenner, Velde and their ilk."^!" .„ Ml mi > has returned ing Berdy, 780 SW 10th Street Mi The total impact of the McCarthy-' ite efforts, he said, is not confined to the headlines but "finds its way into the body of our laws" and is responsible for the McCarran-Walter Act." PAGE 13 H^! y Di !i eC ^i" iCerS ai ? d ** members of of the North Shore Club are seated right) Rita Myman, recordina serwtni-v-~Mc" J* ""*• "" ll re ^ 1UD are sea,e d deft to n !" name JS^i^M S "!, ma L T' S ,u Th< ""P s lyn Rubin, Elaine Sand Robert Rosen and Alfreu North Shore Jewish Center. is, June Thompson, Carosrs. Not pictured are Dr. on alternate Tuesday evenings at the Personally Speaking ... %  SFJS*.* 33 9 SW J. A motor WP • taken Mrs. Irvspend the summer accom-1 ami, and her twin daughters lo Hundreds of persons from all poCift hCr daU8hterS ^"'•'Washington b£n N£ Y ork foin Zi K Ur M £ N Wak WU1 The 8 Jrls !" and Dorff recen Iv residtaTJ: J tly 22 haVC ^"^aduated from Miami Beach Hig SeDtemi A.!* YOrk T* 3St SchooL N ^V Lieutenant Stanley J Mesh will show them the WashingSeptember. Also arriving here was Mr. David Stone, Mrs. Nowak's father, who recently went North rSfSiS l ife an ? repr r nting var i n %  7 **SVE rs ied rejig.ous and racial groups regrandson, Richard Henrv Parent sponded to Lehman's refusal to be | are Dr. and Mrs E intimidated. They responded in a heart-warming way. Hundreds of M. Grossman. & a a Mr. and Mrs. Bill Click, along letters poured into Lehman's ofwith Mr a „d tj kn D g fice following McCarthy's Nazi-like JTthS Sjto HoWtoSSS assault on him. The letters conters this we 8 ek for 0t a e n *%££££ tamed checks, cash and stamps. Northern vacation. From New York, they will travel to Maine and couple are W on July liST" planning to be 25th. in Miami Hnbbi Shapiro To Opeit Conference Rabbi Max Shapiro has been invited by the National Education Association of the United States th Dade Center New Activities Dade Jewish Center has led a series of events for min^ weeks. nc Kriday evening services t, th. oneg Shabbat will be red by Mr. and Mrs. Ned in honor of their son Ben's Bar Mitzvah scheduled to' morning at 9 a.m. ionic at Greynolds Park will id on Sunday morning, June 10 a m Monday evening, 8 s the date set for the Sistersewing class, day evening. June 30th, 8 Men's Club will meet at ater. A luncheon and card | to open the eneral sessions of its is scheduled by the Sister-' convention on Monda y evening, for Wednesday, 12t30 p.m., ,,une 29th in Miami Rabbi Shapiro has been spiritual leader of Beth David Congregation [

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AGE 12 = ^=*m VJ^HS* ^^B^s^s^BHHHHnC__ Titereth inrael To Dedicate Corner Stone On Sunday Tiferelh Israel Northside Center will dedicate its cornerstone at ceremonies on Sunday, June 28th, 3 p.m., according to Rabbi Louis Cassel, spiritual leader. Among guest speakers who will appear at the dedication site. 6500 North Miami Avenue, are Rabbis Morris Skop. Coral Gables Jewish Center: Samuel Lehrer. Temple Beth Sholom. Hollywood; Irving Lehrman. Miami Beach Jewish Center: and Reverend Carl A. Mobrey. First Baptist Church. Plans are also currently underway for ground-breaking ceremonies for the erection of the Centers main building, according to an announcement this week by Jack Berke. president. Lively Arts Meeting Friends of the Seven Lively Arts. 124 11th Street. Miami Beach. will present Dr. Charles Philhour. of the University of Miami Drama Department, on Friday evening. 8 p.m. Dr. Philhour will discuss: The Broadway Theater — 1953 Season. Chaim Rose, chairman, will also be heard in a group of dramatic readings. Max Rouen Die* On Hearh At HO Services were held Monday at the Star of David Cemetery for Max Rosen, formerly of 536 Wash ington Avenue, who died last week( n rl at the aqe of 60 Rosen served in the Marines in •he Vera Cruz Battle, with the Mexican Expeditionary Force, played : asi fiddle in the Washington Marine Band and was bandmaster [<>r the American Expeditionary Forces during World War I He was also co founder member of the John Philip Sousa Post. American Legion, a member of the 3rd IS Cavalry Veterans Association and the National Jewish Theater Guild A former member of the Ben Bernie Orchestra, Rosen is survived by his brother. Samuel, of NewYork Hellman Funeral Chapels. Miami Beach, was in charge of arrangementv Call Nu-Age and enjoy a Cool Summer I Obitaaries OR. MAURICE H. MOSS 76. mUred pbyatotan, I Mi i*oiiin Ave.. Mi.iml Ranch, dleil WYitm-sday, Ju" e 17th. He came her* five yearn as:u fi i.ni Pittsburgh, ra.. and l survived bv a son, Jerome, and H daiiKhter. Mrs. l^awrence M. Wolf, of Kt Orans>-. NJ llurial took plate In Pittsburgh, with loral arrangements by Itlveislde Memorial Chapel. RAYMOND GOLDSTEIN 45. of 777" Tatum Waterway. Miami lleui h. illed June 17th. He came here |] M':>I a<" from New York, and la >urvlv.d by his wife. Mr*. (leraldlne i-.oldatein. Hurlal took plate In Providence. R.I.. with kx-al unlMMatl b) lUvsrsMs M.Tiioilal Chapel. Diructional grill "Moorf-of-CoW" Compressor 5 Yoor Warranty RCA Factory Service — You'll feel better, work better, sleep better in cool, refreshing, filtered air. 45 lew OS $229J*) Nu-Age Corp. 1667 ALTON ROAD Miami Beach Phono 58-0434 ASK FOR ED OKA HENRY HALPER 1.1 (Sean Illvd (linden llesch Serv,.,.,, %  held Monday In Hoton. wli.r, Mr ll.ilper died t>f a heart ailment while vaeatlonlnn with his fa:nil>. An art dealer and appraiser, moved t" liolden Iteaeh from Boston last war He IK survived by his wife. BaoySi and two ilautehter*. Myron and II—nor Harriet. MICHAEL HELLER :,s. ,.r NO N Veoetisn Dr., died Filial \ retired loihouc manufacturer, he came here from Denver, Colo., I n IK.. Surviving ale his wife. Mi* Lea Heller, of Miami, a son. M, .. ..t Port PloroS, and a ilaugh\lrs K.in Levy, • %  Trenton. N I Beach Memorial Chapel was in ehancr Of airaiiKeinents. MRS EDITH A. GOLDMAN .,:'. of B:."5 Allison ltd Ml.inn lleach. died Baturdaj B si v lue s took pines M Ia> at Itlversld.Miami Ite.nh Chapel Burial followed in Temple lsi.i't t '•• .. aland Vm>-ter\ She came her. -lght v ears atu from Harrlsburs. |-.t nurvlvors In, hide nor husband. [Henry, two dauitht*-el. with •i MI Blnnl Ceraeterj A ions time resldenl of Miami. Mis Rudolph lenvea a stepson, Bnmuel She %  Bo Mrs MRS. ETTA • < lit] 8W Ith i ,i me li om Si Bw Ivlnsj .i: e SMOLOVITZ si died llondn) m Tork It yenri her husband. Isaml four d.uiKhti-i s, Including Bhirlej Queen of Miami Bervi. \>.re held Wedneadsj In Oordon'a Miami Chapel, with burial In Ml. BlnSl >" %  Mlelel \ FREDERICK C. POHL n, of .I.', sw :!ist Ave. passed awn] a locnl hospital June 17th. ... ~. ..„-,,•—-• ... Mirvlvod bi his wife, Delia, two son lr win and Hi.-hard, and two daushters. Ituth QreeB and Mildred Hems, also ten grandchildren Services were h.id last Prtdau nl The Miami Riverside Inti-rment followed in Mt. Nebo • 'emeterv JAMES TELLER 7". formerly of l**1 NE Bnyshors Place, passed away this week Mr Teller was a resident of the (jrealer Miami area sin. .• |tH He was a parkins lot owner Survived by his fi Annie, three sisters. Mrs Annetta Zlaner, Miss Jnnnnstts Teller, both of Miami Beach an I Bylvls Rhnplro of Tucson. Arts., two brothers. i red and BenjniBtn, of Columbus, Nobmskn, ami one son. Jack, of Qnlnnsville. ITa.. five srandi hildren and seven great grandchildren Services were held June 21st. 2 p.m.. with Rabl,i M.ses Mescheloff officiating. Interment was in Mt Nebo Cemetery Arrangementw, re In harm of Riverside Chops] of Miami lleach. JESSE OREER 50. formerly of lJo Jefferson Avenue. Miami lleach. passed away Ihls week. .Mi Qreor had been a resident of Miami Bench for nine years and the owner of a to> shop on Miami Beach. He Is survived by his wife. Ida, two sons, Robert and Kdward, one daughter. Arlene. one brother, Jacob, and three sisters, Mis C.rtrude Goodman, Mrs IVnrl Wolf and Mrs Ruth 1'pton. Services were held al 11 a.m., June 22nd, wllh Rabbi Moses Mescheloff I officiating Interment wna In Mt. Nebo Cemetery The Hibiscus Masonic |*idne. of which he was a member, 1 held their services al the Chapel. Arrangements were In charge of Riverside i"hapel of Miami Beach. HENRY LAPKIN .'.. passed away June 21st. He was i.nt of Miami for three years, having lived at IMS Washington Ave. nue. Miami Beach. He was a buyer of women's wear and retired since 1S42. He Is survived by his wife. Mm v. three brothers. Mam. Mack and Dr Nathan Lapkln The remains were sent to New York City for serv • I less and interment. Ixcal arrange-I inriii were In charge of Riverside, ChaiH-l of Miami Beach. HYMAN PULLMAN passed away June 22nd. He lived al nil North Ha) Road, having come I from California about 2 years ago. He was a retired furlture dealer. Survived b) Ills Wife. Hose .-Ml Vices w I re 1 held at 2 p.m June 21th.. at the Riverside Chapel of Miami Beach, with Rabbi Morns Skop officiating. Interment was In Mt Slnal Memorial l'ark Cemetery. LEO BROWN S2, of 1921 Bay ltd., Miami Beach, died Tuesday morning in a hospital. For nearly 30 >ears Mr. Brown had engaged In the real estate business, I here He also was an accomplished musician. Surviving are his wife, Mra. May Murmur Brown, a aon. I>r. Mark | Brow n. who Is about to enter the Air Fine, for overseas service, a sister. Mrs Sadie Hellman. and a brother. Kdward I', both of New York City. Services were held Thursday In Cordon's Miami lleach Funeral Horn. Burial followed ill Mt. Nebo Cemetei >. NATHAN FUTERFAS >.;. of !K1 Hibiscus Ave. Coconut I Grove, died Hondo} services were i hei.i WrOdnesdnj In Gordon Funeiai Home's Miami Chapel, with burial In Woodlawn Cemetery Mr. 1 uterfas. a retireil niennaiit. came to .Miami -*7 train ago irom Springfield, Mass. He is survived bj three sons. Bam of Miami. Cy of Chicago and Hoars of Buffalo. NY. four daughters. Mrs. HellO Snider of Miami. Mrs. Mary Temkien, MiAnn Katx an.l Mrs Kun.ce TIUOInsky, all of N.w York. 12 granrtchlhli.n and Six Bl eat -grandchildren. MINNIE SHAMIS 7. formerl) of 1S21 Jefferson Avenue. Miami Heath, passed away this week. Bhe was a ieldent of Miami Beach i for a war, having come here to malie this city her home. She Is survived by her husband Morris, three sister". Mrs. Kmsteln Flat-hs. Mrs. Mary Pelles and Mrs Victoria Zuckerman, four brothers. Juhn. Joe, Benne and Benedict Services were held on Jv.ne list, with Rabbi S T Swuiik) officiating Arrangements were In I iit-e of HUerside Memorial Chapel of Miami BOW h Bronner Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of Mrs. Hannah B. Bronner. a long-time resident of Miami, will take place on Sunday, July 5th, 11 a.m., at Graireland Memorial Park Cemetery, Temple Israel section, with Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan officiating. Flagler Women Bowlers Are Awarded Trophies The Women's Bowling League of the Flagler-Granada Jewish Center Women's Group, held their recent banquet at the Clover Club. Shirley Bernard, president, Ann Sen ter, treasurer, and Babe Sherman, secretary, presented trophies to the following: First place team: Lilly Sloane. Babe Sherman and Ann Senter; and second place team: Ruth Shenberg, Adele Kelton and Shirley Bernard. High individual was Ruth Shenberg. with second high, Marcie Coverman, hi£h set, Lil Steward, and high game, Marcie Coverman. Giller Unveili ng Mount NeboCeioeSJi Irving Lehrman office Ciller was BBH fi^H* accident in Tel Avi,• was head of the Giller c2' Company. I.i mited in ^ Survivors include his pjl^l and Mrs. Ben Giller, Marshall, and a sister Maj Fryd, all of M iami 'j rangements are in charge J er's Miami Monument Friends and relatives are, attend. S or Phont Ma NAT GANS< 3-4S16 — 4.IH1 LIFE INSURANCE NEml Metroponun Life m" !" •07 Bilcivi., (!, W. fl.gi.r K TV REPAIRS MMfouri nit VISION snvKf NIGHTS, SUNDAYS, H0U0AYS $3 for Coll 'host CITY WIDE TV S3-129S GORDOK ROOFING AMD SHEET METAL VVOHES MSVS you. rnsf rsoslrsO nowi yoo < ni sows an s now roof into* "Kstisfsatsry Work by naoorlonesO Mon" f. -. B -MONI nmn MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Hotail Rough or PulToriaod Grnds A. Soil Phons 4-0335 EDWARD ALPEB 1813 S. W. 21st Torraco AU WORI GUARANTEED n^c^! T^GUST BROS Ry, li > h iat sr* PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Miami's On* And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Deliveryl Serving the Jewish Community Since 1926 Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS '€& JJUNE 'DAIR1 e^e*^ n Q A w n ^* J HEALTH EGG5 BUTTER .^n*' % %  ^sf MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. MachtoU Director 5505 N. W. 3rd St Fbone 87-8201 *) MA rreeMvi Frss M*k and Intptctlon TRULY NOLENj goW !!!! A LOCAL CONCERN ^&i*' SgBS ^ EW %  ^•ERADICATED |Y FUMIGATION whh NYLON TENTS sra;crir S-YIA* GUA*AHTH ON MfWOOO O* tMTIUAHIAM DMUsVj • IIATII MIAMI $ IAI0IST JMn COMTlOl COnl'ANT^ Fumigotion Vowlti IASV TUMS



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LAY. TUNE 26, 1953 +Jewish nrBria.„ LEGAL HOTICE HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE c ,,cNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN nlnR DAOE COUNTY, FLORA D \l CHANCERY. No. 160617 RiiNiio EIENTEW. Plaintiff, n-r H'ENTES. Defendant, r NOTICE BY PUBLICATION |,!u %  S ACK KIENTES, IO W. 9?> f,,. NfW V..rk 2, New York, are iSS notified ">• %  "1" f i;V"!" „. for Divorce has linen filed ,M you. im.1 you are ....mired to Eve l COPy %  vnur Answer Of I'lendWtn the Bill o! Complaint on the IiniVattorney, THEODORE .1. wiWITB ''" Seybold Building. MlHot-Ma, and file the original kw.r or Pleading I" the office of Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or tare the 27th day of July 1M. If %  1 fail to do HO, Judgment by default El lie tak.n attalnat you for the ref ilemanded In the Hill of Complaint. ioNK ANI> ORDERED at Miami, bi i.ia this 23rd day of June, lift. P E. H. I.KATHKUMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida cult Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. |c 7/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IOTICE IS HKRKBY GIVEN that undersigned, desiring to engage In lines* under the fictitious name of (HtMIR TRICKING COMPANY, at l.udlum Drive, Miami Springs, inteud to regiHter said name with Clark of the Circuit Court of Dade Einly, Florida. MIRIAM HERI.ANDS FLORENCE RUDNICK Sole Owners MtTON M. H1K0EI. lorncy for Applicants f\V Hauler Street §6 7/3-111-17 [NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thst I undersigned, desiring to engage In faness under the fictitious name of (V'S BAR A CHILL, at :i.'.9S S.W. Street, Miami, intend to register name With the Clerk of the ClrII Court of Dad.Cm.my, Florida. [JM.MKNICA MARIE VKNTOI.ORA ptICHARD SCHUMAN Sole I IIH I I IEPHBN KESHLER orney for Applicants i \v. J2nd Ave. ir, 7/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW • :E IS HEREBY GIVEN that ndersign. d. desiring to ellt.lge 111 I under the fictitious nail..,,f IE HOD0IN8-KUNDE MFC CO. Inc.), at Mil Blue Drive. Miami. ,. intend to register said name with : I'll rk of Hi.circuit Court of Dade lunty, Florida. FRANK W. IIOIMIINS RICHARD F. KLNDK h:riiKN KESSLER jp.rney for Applicants |s W. 22nd Ave. 16 7/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW (COTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN that undersigned, desiring to engage In siness under the fictitious name of N HRENT MEN'S WEAR, St 6983 llns Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida, %  nil to register said name with the prk of the Circuit Court of Dade kuntv, Kkirdia. IRWIN ALPF.R ANNETTE A I.PER EnRCE CHERTKOK, ESQ. 7/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW v.'TICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that undersigned, desiring to engage in il.ieHH under the fictitious name <,f fee HARDWARE, at 36S7-36M West pilfer St Miami, Ha.. Intend to (later said name with the Clerk of e circuit Court of Dade County, brlda. ERNEST ROBCOE FLORENCE RO8C0E Sole Owners IMPEL J. RAND Ip.rncy for Applicant Olympla Building %  26 — 7/3-1.1-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that undersigned, desiring to engage In llness under the fictitious name of Ur II CLEANERS AND LAI'NDERfts, at Sbi, S.W. 36th Ave.. Miami. intends to register said name fth the Clerk of the Circuit Court Dade Count!', Florida. ROUERT BROWN MIX PAPER Iturney for Applicant 12 Congress Building B6 — 7/3-10-17 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW %  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that le undersigned, desiring to engage In %  sinrss under the fictitious name of "piiONKT CLEANERS 4 LAU.NfcKERS. at 3063 K.W. 16th Terr, "ami. Ha., Intends to register said % me with the Clerk of the Circuit un of Dade County. Florida. • .„v. EMANUEL. BEITLIN |AltX FARER %  torney for Applicant V Congress Building P — ./3-IO-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS l\', ,-i .,NAM E LAW It ".' ''• ls HEREBY GIVEN that %  unaeralgned, desiring to engage In rV !'i*...''' 1 1 '' 1 '"<• fictitious name of ril.LIM JEWELERS, at 1631 Jeffer•n Avenue, .Miami Reach. Florida. if .i.lt.. register said name with CL .,.'.'' ""• Circuit Court of Dade f'uity. Florida. b, i!, ;. :, i' r ?OLDBERa, sole owner f."'"-''. J TALIANOKF tea 1 A J a "" NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS | Vl NAME LAW l*o|l. |.. ls H KKKU Y QIVEN that n m.ierslgned. desiring to engage In Kn?' n 'i n ?I r ,h fictitious name of •Alii AitA FRENCH, at Miami Beach. L. ',., nd '" register said name with 5,nn.„ rk tne Circuit Court of Dade %  ountjr, Florida. KTHKL CARNEY m T/.-ViJiV^ !"!" ES NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIEREIIY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business undei the fictitious name AMU GoLI.liERG d/l./a TRAVEL Kits AIR TAXI. .1 %  .'!;,,;'.;!; Miami 48, Kla Intends to register %  aid name with the Clerk of th. Clr cult Court of Dade County. Florida DAVID QOLDBERG KASS. rouSP" """ '•'"•' Attorneys for Applicant :.I7 Sevliold HWg. 6/26 — 7/3-10-17 IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 28541-A RE: ESTATE OF FRANCES RINGER, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is herehy given that we have filed our final report and petition for 1 ma! Discharge as Executors of the estate of FRANCES RINGER, deceased: and that on the 24th day of July 1953 we will apply to the Honorable W. F. HLANTON, County Judge of Dade County, Horida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Executors of the Estate of FRANCES RINGER, deceased. This 17th day of June, 1953. /s/ WILLIAM PARKER /s/ DOROTHY PARKER Executors of the Estate of Frances Ringer, Deceased. MYERS, IIEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Executors 650 Seybold Building. Miami, Horida. 6/19-26 — 7/3-10 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 160160 EDNA CHALSER BBLFORD, Plaintiff vs. JACOB BEDFORD. Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: JACOB BBLFORD, MS Chapel Street, New Haven. Conn YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a complaint for divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy ,,f your answer on th* Plaintiff's attorney, ROBERT II. TRAURIG, Esquire, 850 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original answer in the office of the cie.k of ti„. circuit Court-on or before the nth day or July, 1953, otherwise the allegations in said complaint will be taken as confessed by you. PLEASE GOVERN YOURSELF ACC< HtI ilNGLY. Dated June 8. 1933. B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of tile Circuit Court By: M. C. GREEN, (Seal) Deputy Clerk 6/12-19-2G — 7/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CANTOR PACKAGE AND CANTOR'S Llyi'ORS, at 2031 N.W. 12th Ave., Miami, Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ABRAHAM CANTOR, and ROSE CANTOR, His Wife Sole Owners MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Owners 630 Seybold Bldg. 6/19-28 — 7/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of 1CTTIE KAY, at .'.4 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables, Fla., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Cnuntv, Florida ESTHER G. KI'RZROK, Sole owner MYERS. IIEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for owner 630 Seybold Bldg. 0 12-19-26 — 7/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MORAYS JEWELERS, at MI NE 2nd Avenue. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MURRAY SCHECHTER SALLY SCHECHTER MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants 650 Seybold Bldg. 6/19-26 — 7/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS 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 1501 S.W. 3rd Ave.. Miami. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACK W. KENNEDY LEONARD KAL1SH Attorney for Applicant 1001 DuPont Bldg. 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 HOUSTON CABINET SHOP, at 1352 N.W. 29th Street. Miami, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Fkirlda. .MARY E. IIOISTON CHARLES .1. BODNER, ESQ. Attorney for Houston Cabinet Shop 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 HETTY'S AND TEDDYS' RKSTAl ItANT, 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. MONDZELEWSKI STEPHEN E KESS1.ER Attorney tor Applicants 4 S.W 33od Ave. •/U-lt-M — T/l LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 15 ^^ or^„i 1 V2m saTd ,„,V,i!:,i'",';!,i''"' 1 f y ""' ;"" hoteby fErt^L^Touri &WLN8^SSS jUeTTDao. firsr'oun';"";!" r v m "" %  ffiuoflSS first publication hereof Said clsima W demands to contain the L T dross of ,|,e claimant and to bTsworn w P b edMal !" Dale June UOi A.I.. i:.:,:| JACOB I'IMIMAN EI1IEL LESOWODER CHARLES UPPOW As Administrators of the Estate of MEYER J. CLICK, a/k/a __ M J GI.1CK, Deceased fJBOROE CHERTKOF a,,ea Attorney for Administrators 6/26 — 7/3-10-17 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA __ „ No. 28223-B RE: ESTATE OF ISRAEL H. GOODMAN a/k/a I. A, GOODMAN, Deceased • NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE ...NOTICE la bereb) given that I have Bled my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administratrix d.b.nct.a., of the estate of ISRAEL R GOODMAN, deceased: and that on the 10th day of July. 1*53, will apply to the Honorable PRANK B. DOWLINI.. County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administratrix d.b.n.c.t.a., of the EeUte of ISRAEL R. u.MAN. deceased. mil lotli day of June, : ,, LILLIAN IDMAN IRVING CYPEN Attorney for Administratrix d.b.n.c.t.a. 6,12-19-26 — 7/2NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring t" engage In business under the fictitious name of WILMUR REALTY ASSOCIATES, Intend in register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. WILLIAM HANDELMAN IRENE HANDELMAN MURRAY FLA SI IN Hit ISABEL FLASHNER HARRY ZUKERNICK Attorney for Applicanta 42.. Lincoln Hil .Miami I'.cach, Fla. H. I9-S6 — 7 ':!-l.i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to • image in business under the fictitious name of GARDEN BAKE BBOP, at K16 6th Street. Miami Beach, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SIDNEY GELBER R1T11 GELBER GBRSHON S MILLER Attorney for owners 420 Lincoln Road 6/12-19-26 — 7 3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fit titlous name of TOMMYS DECK BAR at 627 5th street. Miami Beach, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Lade County, Florida. FRANCIS L'MBERTO CORP. A Florida Corp. ELI BREGER Attorney for Applicant 236 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. %  j,; 7 J-10-17 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 30347-B in Re: ESTATE OF SAMI'EL J. PASKOW, Deceased To All Creditors, and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You. arid each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of vou, niav have against the estate of SAMCEL 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 month*, from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal ad* dresi of the claimant and to lie sworn to and presented aa aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date June .". AD. I9T.3. CTBRTRl'DE KI'RNARI. As Executrix of the l.ast Will and Testament of SAMI'EL J. PASKOW, 1 .eceaseil. GEORGE J. TALIANOFF, ESQ. attorney for Executrix .; I2-1S-26 J I LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS Vr NAME LAW .NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that ^• u nd e ""ned, desiring toenlSgeln ':' •:'.'" %  -.:.. T;'V', <>" %  "ctitioua ......... „ 0, I-H-I-IAI:!. PARLOR, at "ITS M.M Mtt St., Miami. i„, ( n d u',,^ yiri mi i ourt or Dad, County, PlorSTEPHEN'r, I^^ 1 .^ n TI,, l:l l; 6/12-19-11 N0TICE .V NDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underelgned, desiring to cngVr i„ Cou r ?'p{or S |d : .' rCUM Courl "' "'-"' %  6/19-26'7'/3. i0 ,,O T/ NIA N "' Wntr > tEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF AND V FoSVa U r?a' C J AL ""C0ITT"N in* ,.? R n DADE COUNTY, FLORPwV ', N CHANCERY. No. 160242 JOHNJIENKV DE MASI. Rlalnnff VII 'NSI.VP 1 : B 2 ,A O SI "a'endant. v.uT-M, E .,?-, PUBLICATION „ \-M 1,N A "K MASI. 1. Four,,, street, white Plains, .\ ew Y,,,.|( ar herehy notified that a Bill of Com! ci '' %  Wvoroe has been filed against you, and you are require! to serve a copy of your Answer or I'lcad" K '" h W 01 Complaint on the pi.n..t.fr s attornev, TIlFolioiti.' t SAKovvnz. m Beybold BulMlnTrfMi: ami, Horida and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of he t lerh of the Circuit Court, on or before the 18th .lay of July, 1951 if you {all to .I., so, judgment by default "ill he taken against you for the re.u.v".'-" 1 ;'^' in ""' ,!l11 of Complalnl ..,""'> K AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this loth day of June, 1953 E. B. LEATHERMAN, ci.ik. Circuit Court, ,,.,.>..,.,... |M '''' '"""'>'• Florida IRCI IT COURT SEAL) By M C OREEN, 6/IM9-26-.7/? ePUtl C erk IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 28572-B RE: ESTATE OP ROSE DICKEXSON, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE la hereby given thai l have rued mj final report and petition for Final Discharge aa Executor of the estate of ROSE DICKEXSON, deceased: ami that on the 6th day of .inly. 1953, win apply to the Honorable FRANK B. DOWLINQ, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Executor of I lie Estate of HOSE DICKEXSON. deceased. This 19th day of May, 1951 ARTHUR RHODES DICKEXSON aa Executor of Estate of ROSE DICKEXSON. Deceased. GEORGE CHERTKOF Attorney for Executor I 5-12-19-ls NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 30156-B In Re: ESTATE OF SIMON MILLER, Deceased To AH Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands AgSinSl Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified ami required to present ans claims and demands which you. or either of .vou, may have sgalnat the estate of si.M. IN MILLER, deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hi rable County Judges , E. I!. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Cour:, Dade County. Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By N. c. S'l'ERRETT. Deputy Clerk. 6/19-26 — 7/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEX that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of KENNEL BAR. 3632 N.W. 7th St., Miami, intends to register aaid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOHN S. WELLS STEPHEN F. KES8LER Attorney for Applicant 4 S.W. 22nd Ave. 8/3-12-19-36 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 159877 MARY LOU CRAWFORD, Plalntifl vs. JOHN HENRY CRAWFORD, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To: .H.HN HENRY CRAWFORD Defendant, Address Unknown rOTJ ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a complaint for divorce has l.een filed sgalnat you, and you are required '" s-rve a copy of your answer on the Plaintiffs attorney, ROBERT II. TRAURKJ, Esquire, 3*0 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida ainf file the original answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 6th day of July. I9i3, otherwise the allegations In said complaint will be taken as elites.— I l.v you. PLEASE GOVERN YOURSELF ACCORDINGLY. Dated: May |g, 1963. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit I' n t By: M. C. HREEX, (Seal) Deputy Clerk 8/5-13-19-26 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADt COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 159950 SADYE O. 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%  >*V. TUHE 26. 1963 ttQfcOTsxH | jgljSggf******* ,etters To The Editor lor, The Jewish Floridian: response to the many inquiries [have had during the last few Iks we would like to inform [public that the Greater Miami Jvra Kadisha, a nonprofit comJjity service organization chart,l by the State of Florida in Teh of this year, is and has been Vcly serving Miami residents its inception. The Chevra Csha is an independent comliity-wide group and is in no connected with any commerlv inspired enterprise in GreatMiami. Ir the further information of L concerned, we append the Twins statement relating to the B ter Miami Chevra Kadisha. -dless to say, since the stateIt was issued by the undersignbis, every effort has been made Trd's fulfilling the suggestions fhe committee. The letter folMay 8, 1953 It the request of the Greater jii Cemetery Association, the ersigned Rabbis were asked to a Din Torah arbitration betn the Association and a group i/n as the Greater Miami Chevladisha Association, tter listening to the discusIs of both sides, the Rabbis ar. at the following conclusions t'h are final and comprise the Isions with regard to the holy ler of final rites fo rthe deje(! %  though for years the Chevra Esha was part of the Cemetery Jciation, yet with the growth of %  Greater Miami Jewish Commu] and the establishment of other Bsh Cemeteries, and two other [pendent Chevra Kadisha kps in the community, le state that: I) It is the unanimous decision Lie Rabbis that there shall be 1 beater Miami Chevra Kadisha ciation. That the existing Greater Chevra Kadisha Association has a legal charter shall Iden its base to include two Representatives and the Rabbi every congregation in Great ami desiring to affiliate with we had to have a war to feed ourselves, let alone maintain a good standard of living. People ought to start worring more about color television and suit* that won't wrinkle in the rain and frozen orange juice. Then there's the refrigerator that defrosts itself and the gasoline that gives 15 percent more mileage. Why we've got too much to think about, to be worrying about a depression. And me? Well, I'm still looking for the young man who can build a better mouse trap — Yes, put me on record as being for peace and that's that! Otto The Orkin Man School Teacher Training A training program for Sunday School teachers, open to members of Congregation Monticello Park, has been instituted under the leadership of Mrs. Jack Begler, former director of the Beach Branch, Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Plans call for a group of six to eight teachers who will be equipped to handle all phases of the Sunday School program. =s ag Wost Miami Post To Be 1954 Host West Miami Post No. 223. Jewish ,Norma Koloff, Miami Beach, presWar Veterans of the United States, ident; Mrs. Rhoda Deutsch, Hollywill be host to the eighth annual wood, senior vice president; Miss Department of Florida convention (Shirley Schwartz, St. Petersburg, e I954 junior vice president; and Mrs. EsArnold Brass, commander, ex-'telle Bender, West Miami, state tended the invitation for next chaplain. year's convention at the annual encampment held Sunday in Tamoa. rVwniMmiUa fl- %  The gathering is expected to bring Uommunl *Y Art Singers about 800 delegates, auxiliary mem-1 Close Season Monday bers and other visitors. Tne community Art Singers will New department officers of the There shall be representaconsisting of two (2) repreatives from the Greater Miami ietery Association, and two (2)' esentatives from any interestevvish group desiring to affilwith the Greater Miami Chevadisha. ) This Association is a nonit association, and any profits ued shall be divided equally tig all religious schools whose .rogations are affiliated with Chevra Kadisha Association. ) There shall be representaat large from the Greater MiJewish Community consisting en (10) representatives approvV the congregational and group ates to the Greater Miami ra Kadisha Association. iese are the unanimous decis of the undersigned Rabbis h shall be binding upon all ps interested in providing the *st task in Jewish life, the final "ious rites for beloved ones. Rabbi Simon April Rabbi Moses Mescheloff Rabbi Max Shapiro Rabbi Shraaryu Svvksky j^V. conclusion, as the enly non%  jt and the only chartered Chev%  ^(adisha in Greater Miami we ft ready at all times to aid'' who are in need of our help he lowest possible expense?. Isidore Schwartz, President 490 SW 21st Avenue Editor, The Jewish Floridian: The Arab nations are stirring the world with their continued demands that little Israel re-admit a million or so people who fled the country rather than fight for it against these same nations who invaded the land. By aggression and bloodshed which have cost thousands of Jewish lives these same "protesting" nations have seized portions of the Holy Land. Are we being naive? Let us do a little demanding and protesting ourselves. Let us insist that Egypt and Jordan relinquish the vital pieces of Palestine they grabbed by force of arms. Jordan, in the heart of Jerusalem and beyond, is an ever menacing threat to Israel's security. The land which Jordan governs is more than enough to support two or three times the number of Arabs who deserted their homeland. And rightfully Jordan is part of Israel-Palestine. Let us insist (1) on the restoration of the land Jordan took by force west of the Jordan river; and (2) the annexation of Jordan itself to Israel. Jordan exists only because it was created by an England ever dedicated to a policy of divide and rule. England shamelessly tore it away from Palestine when she held the mandate of the country. Israel was born because Jews fought and died to push the English out and keep Arab nations from dismembering the small country. We are being maneuvered into weakness by negating the Arab attacks at Israel's sovereignty. We emphasize their claims twice by such tactics. Up Israel — not refutations, but demands! Lewis Morton Mothers' Night Out T c c* uayanmeni onicers ot tne am? wh r P ** M JWV indude Willard "• B 4er, I^othTr?n£h? arrang ed l of West Mia !" succeeding Captain „* n h i %  P*"m for, Lester C. Soldz. of Miami Beach; SZLT&S -. ent6 r A £ull l Daniel Neal Hel| er. Miami, senior course Kosher dinner will be servvice commander; and Robert Fished followed by a children's fashkind, Tampa, junior vice comlon show, sponsored by Goldy's mander. Children's Fashionson the Trail. | Auxiliary officers include Mrs hold their last program of the season on Monday evening, June 29th, 8 p.m., in the Palette Room of the Miami Beach Community Center, 2100 Washington Avenue. Paul Held, director, said the program will include original arrangements of American folk music. tor, The Jewish Floridian: few years back everyone was' led about the "cold war" and >ssible effect on the economy nation. Now that it looks *e might have peace, businessre still worried. I call it the |d peace". ngs have certainly come to a y pass in this country if we M, e were not ofog to have %  v. was of the opinion that New Folder Explains UMT Service Law An illustrated folder explaining the nation's complex military service laws is now being distributed by the Second 155-Millimeter Gun Battalion. -South Florida's Marine Corps Reserve Ground Unit. The folder, printed in two colors on glossy paper, explains in detail the provisions of the Universal Military Training and Service Act and the Armed Forces Reserve Act of 1952. These are the laws which require every qualified youth between the ages of 18 and 26 to spend a total of eight years on active and inactive duty and which spell out how the inactive duty time will be spent. Major Frank M. Themas. commanding officer of the local bat talion. said the folder "is of vital interest to men awaiting call to service, men in service and veterans who have recently completed their tours of active duty." Shoret Chapter Wans Home Economics Affair Sharet Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women, will meet on Tues day. June 30th. 7:45 p.m.. at the home of Miss Belle Meirowitz, 1315 SW 19th Street. A program on home economics is being Pta n f Announcement was made tnis week of the groups delegates-who will attend the annual district convention from July 3rd through 6th, in Washington. DC. Going are Lorraine Kahlenberg, Sally Grossman, Ariine Imber and, Pauline Giants. ONLY SERVEL cms MAKE THIS OFFER PUTS A NEW SERVEL IN YOUR HOME -AMD PUTS EM W A BASKET AUTOMATICALLY! fca% %  -:..*: %  • • %  "• *•* %  -" %  •-•' %  It's unheard-of! Just $1 puts the revolutionary new Servel right in your own kitchen for proof of superiority! You banith 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 freezer compartment! And only Servel has it! 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PAGE M UN. UNESCO To Be Discussed Teaching college students about the United Nations rod UNESCO's global services will be discussed on Monday. June 29th. at the National Education Association convention in Miami Beach. Dr. William B. Munson. Professor of History at the University of Miami, will speak on the university approach to this instruction. He will be one of a panel of three educators to develop the convention theme. Teaching About UN And UNESCO, at the high school, college and community levels. High school instruction on the UN and its subsidiary organization will be discussed by Louise Owen, of La Grange. Georgia, who is a member of the NBA Committee on international relations. Teaching communities what the UN is striving to accomplish will be the contribution of Beatrice P. Ronquillo. chief of the Education Section of the United Nations >lfririnork#9f f **A€L $ IWANTMY Ruth Posselt To Appear With U of M Summer Symphony Orchestra Sunday Officers of Tifereth Israel Northside Center congratulate Rabbi Louis Cassel (fourth from left) on his appointment as spiritual leader of the congregation. Pictured (left to right) are David Collins, treasurer. William S. Altman. 2nd vice president; Jack Berke. president; Rabbi Cassel; Herman Kutun. 1st vice president; and George Weisbaum, past president Rabbi Louis Cassel n "~ He h conr ,u t,clcs •cuth Posselt will be guest solo%  • with the University of Miami Summer Symphony Orchestra on Sunday evening. June 28th. 8 p.m ,at the Is Tifereth Israel Spiritual Leader The following vear. she made a transcontinental tour of this coun-' Jack Berke, president of Tifertrv. and then her great talent came <"•> I* !" ?' Northside Center, this to the attention of Jacques Thi*•* announced the appointment II i a m i baud, the noted French violinist, of Rabbi Louis A. Cassel as spirit |Bcach Auditor when he appeared here He urged ,um. that she be sent to Europe immedJohn Bitter lately. Through the enthusiastic in[will conduct the tcrest of several influential Bos[orchestra in ,on women, this was arranged. She l-eadings of Serge made her debut in Paris with the IProko f i e f f I Symphony Orchestra under Pierre [March from The Monteux. o v e Of The! From then on. her fame rose [ Three Oranges swiftly She went to Berlin. Vien • Carl Maria von | na. Milan. Amsterdam. The Hague. Mm Posselt Weber's OverBrussels — everywhere there was ture to Der Freischutz. Riclia/d' a demand to hear her Nirauss' Rosenkavalier Waltzer. Throughout her career. Ruth PosKdward Grieg's Suite No 1. Peer selt indeed lived up to the praise Gynt, Jerome Kern's Show Boat • of Serge Koussevitzky. who once Melodies and Georges Knesco's called her "one of the greatest vio-i '. Tianian Rhapsody No 1. linists of our time". Miss Posselt will be heard in in1 li • rotations of Eduard I.alo's An• •e. Enrique Fernandez Arbo-.' • K-p.!.•••.!'!. Henri Wjcnian Romance and Tlrador Nat-bet 1 tar Tzigane The violin u bog in her la!" • the muMc critic of a lead•European newspaper wrote af .:'... Ifisi Pi twit, the noted %  i i an violinist But such praise is not unusual for Ruth Poe• At th.he made first public appearance in a ital at Jordan Hall. Boston, and at once acclaimed aa phemenal child prodigy, A few i later, aha waa working under anuel Ondricek, the noted vie lin pedagogue from Prague. \.\t came her debut in Carnegie Q, New York, where she created .i sensation with her astonishing Italkin. Miller To Take Par. In NBA I'on vinf ion Gilbert J Batkin, director of the Florida Regional Office. Anti Defamation League of B*nai B'rith. and Alexander F Miller, director "i the ADL Southern Office in Atlanta, will be participants in dis%  '. meetings to be held in connection with the convention of the National Education Association in Miami Beach. <>n Wednesday, July l-t. Miller will he a discussant in a gresp meeting on the subject. The chalOf Citizenship Preparation To The SchoolThe meeting will take place at 2 p m in the Delano Hotel On Thursday. July 2nd. Balkin ual leader of the congregation Rabbi Cassel was ordained at the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary and is a member of the Rabbinical Council of America. He is also a graduate of the Hebrew Teachers' Institute of Yeshiva University, was granted the AB degree at Yeshiva College and holds the MA degree in Educational Psychology from Columbia Univerity. While serving as Rabbi of his play. : first congregation in Mobile, Alabama. Rabbi Cassel was appointed by the Jewish Welfare Board to serve as chaplain to Jewish servicemen at the Brookley Field Air Base there. He has also served congregations in Philadelphia. Pennsylvania. Syracuse. New York, and Knoxville. Tennessee. While in Knoxville. Rabbi Cassel served as Hillel Advisor on the campus of the University of Tennessee on Jewish subjects to the New Universal Jewish Encyclopedia, as well as to other publications and periodicals. Rabbi Cassel is the brother of i Rabbi Abraham M. CasseJ, spiritual leader of Kneseth Israel Congregation, Miami Beach. They recently returned from a trip to Israel. Rabbi Cassel will assume his new duties at Tifereth Israel in September. • Oi FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Mfc "Milk Producbf Daero Protected TEL. 2-2I Greater Miami Delfaj Visit Our Farm at %  na of Bird Bd. 4 aniptw { L*^ f* t h,. ni ;rl la the Dl iTf Virtuosity. 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PAGE 10 *ieishfk>rkiian KELIGIOUS DIRECTORY J]DAY, JUNE 26, BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services .at 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m.. when the Bar Mitzvah of Julius, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zimand. will take place. Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy, will address the confirmann". Mincha is at 6:45 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m.. and at 6:46 p.m. • BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6 p.m. Saturday morning services art at 8:30 a.m., with Rabbi! *imaryahu Swirsky officiating, j Mincha is at 6 p.m., followed by | Shaloa Seudos. Daily services are j at 7:45 a.m.. and at 6:30 p.m. TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with Dr. Jacob H. Kap Ian, Rabbi Emeritus, officiating. I BETH DAVID CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at (!:45 p.m. Saturday morning | sen ices are at 9 a.m., with Rabbi | Max Shapiro officiating. Mincha will be at 6:15 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m.. and at 6:45 p.m. MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday! evening services at 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 am. Rabbi Simon April will officiate and preach on the topic: Ble-ings And Curses. Cantor Ber-' ele Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. A class in Mishna is scheduled for 5:30 p 01 followed by Mincha and Shal• -Seudos. ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6:45 H n. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 am Rabbi Morton Ma!ky will officiate and discuss: I he Blessing Of Peace During War Mincha is at 6:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 8 a.m.. and 15 minutes before ..sundown. TEMPLE SINAI will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m.. with i I'lement Gcronemus. president, officiating. Cantor Joseph W. Mai ek will render the musical por tions of the liturgy. Responsive reading! will be led by Harry Kaplan, with Kiddush recited by Bud MtTSMbM. tomcat; Weekly Card Parties Beginning with June 30th, members of the North Shore Jewish Center Sisterhood plan weekly ( hai card parties at the Biltmore Terrace Hotel. Proceeds will be used for the building of the Religious School, according to Mrs. Fay Rosenthal and Mrs. Esther Alperin. co-chairmen of the weekly event. THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY PROGRAM of "•l*v ish Forum On The Air" EVERY SUNDAY 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Station: WMIE (1140 on dial) With Variees futures Produced ami Directed by ij>enn7jri s S&^ov IT* Rabbi Joee-Dh E. Rackovskr •45 Michigan Avenue Miami Beech Pbone 5-3595 North Shrv Men install Of fleer* New officers of the North Shore Jewish Center Men's Club were recently installed by Judge Harry Greenberg at the Bagatelle Restaurant. Dr. Sumner Cohen is the new president. Other officers include Frank Cohn. 1st vice president; Lew Mendelsohn. 2nd vice president; and Al Goldstein, 3rd vice president. Newly installed members are Sid Neross, Larry Mann. Jack Klinger. Sol Cohen. Paul Press, Jack Pritt, Judge Albert Saperstein, Sol Ruskin and Tobias Simon. M'ami Convalescent Home Socializing in Care to the Elderly and Chronically III. 24-Hour Nur.ing Service Special Diet* Strictly Obaerved. Private and Semi-Private Rooms. LEO ALLEN, Director 335 S.W 12th Avenue Phonei a.5437 and 9 0271 Bernard tJcaal NIK .oik LIFE INSURANCE -Jirf-ANY 3'9 ROPffc l .00 M:AMI 32, PIA OfF'Cf 2-0i07 RE5> PARKWAY; 5 K^mant Retail KOSHER Wholesali 1255 S.W. 22nd St.. Ph. 9-0961 SIMON StlutH 503 S.W. 17th Ave. Phone 82-5480 Builders of Immortal Memorials for the 1113?^ <* mare Jewish Trade Look for the 2-Story White Building Thurmond Monument Co. MARKERS S40.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3241 IHEUMAN bmtm FU W*A\ CHAPIU. 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r m a v TUNE 26, 1953. ._ ~^f>flnjrTf*hn PAGE 5 Mount Sinai Publishes Third Annual Report; Hospital Advances Are Noted %  x £ £ -a^ A J 4 *^ MAnt J4A M • t* rt /\ ** 4 4 ** i %  4 i x _. %  >. i 4 1 i 4^ • Ruth Posselt Interviewed [WKAT at 6:30 p.m., will be Ruth and Richard Burgin, associate Medical care offered to residents and visitors, its teaching and training programs and participation in ( he health activities of the Greater Miami community during 1952 are described in Mount Sinai Hospital's Ihird annual report which has just heen published for distribution here. In his report to the community, Max Orovitz, president of the hospital's Board of Trustees, notes that 20 percent of Mount Sinai's beds were occupied by patients admitted on a free or part-pay basis. Inder the hospital's expanded leaching program last year, 10 interns and seven resident physicians were enrolled on the house staff, with the approval of the American Medical Association, and the first class of nationally-accredited practical nurses in Florida was graduated from Mount Sinai's School (l f Practical Nursing. A message from Samuel Gertner, I executive director, reveals that 7.921 patients, exclusive of newhorns, were admitted, and patient da\s increased by 9.3 over 1951. Of the hospital budget, $254,521 was spent to provide free and below cost medical service, Gertner points out. The hospital's operating deficit for ihe year totaled $210,000, of which $100,000 was provided by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and $110,000 was received through trustees' activities and contributions to Mount Sinai's 1952 Annual Jubilee. Medical staff reports and sum maries of the activities of the hospital's School of Practical Nursing and Out-Patient Department, to which 6,793 visits were made in 1952, are included in the report. Among the facilities which have been enlarged or added are an Electrocardiograph^ Laboratory, Clinic, Emergency Room and Admitting Office areas, Blood Bank and a wing for colored patients. Endowments and contributions last year enabled the Research Department to have five research projects in progress. With the approval of the AMA, Mount Sinai now conducts a School of Technology which is affiliated with the University of Miami, according to the Mount Sinai report. Mrs. Marie Volpe's guests on Pos selt. violinist and soloist for the duetor of the Boston Symphony OrSaturday, June 27th, over station I second Pop Concert on June 28th, chestra. # Hrown is Cited As "Outstanding" Leslie J. Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown, 1052 Jefferson Avenue, Miami Beach, has been selected the most wtstanding c a let in the Uni/ersity of Miami Freshman Class, \ r m y Reserve r Officers Training I 'orps. Word of the J .election was received in a letter written' by Lieutenant Colonel John Davis. Among the factors considered in Brown's selection were academic average, ROTC grades, attendance record, classparticipation, performance on the drill field and over-all attitude. "The competition was very keen,' and believe me," wrote Lieutenant Colonel Davis, "it is truly an honor to be selected as the number one man amongst so many outstanding young men. He is a scholar and a gentleman." Brown NEA Film On TV Secure The Blessings, a sound film on the building of good citizenship through improved public schools, will be televised over sta tion WTVJ, Miami, on Saturday, June 27th, at 3 p.m., it has been announced by Gilbert J. Balkin, Florida director of the Anti-Defa mation League. The film was pro duced by the National Education Association which will hold its annual convention in Miami Beach starting June 28th. New Food Plan Offers Savings On Kosher Meat A new food purchasing plan has just been announced here that will bring to the Miami housewife unprecedented savings in money she may now use to augment her budget for other items in these days of high prices. The Supreme Kosher Food Club, at 215 South Miami Avenue, is making available to club members kosher meats at a cost that compares more than favorably with popularly advertised prices. Under the strict supervision and endorsement of Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, director of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth, the Supreme Kosher Food Club's meats are koshered and conform with all Orthodox requirements. Joe Berman, of the Food Club plan, indicated that the meats made available to members bear a two-color ink Seal of Kosher supervision and are ready for the pot. The housewife need do no more than participate in the saving plan based on virtual wholesale prices and receive the finest US choice grade strictly kosher meat, fish, vegetables, fruit juices and many 3ther items at unprecedented low cost. "Members can save as much as 10 percent on their present food bill by buying the wholesale way," Berman said. "It seems incredible, but it is true." Included in the food plan is an Amana upright food freezer in which to store large quantities of frozen foods. According to Berman, the combined payments for both the freezer and the food will be less than the housewife now spends for the same foods at retail prices. The Amana freezer comes with a five-year warranty on the mechanical refrigeration system plus a five-year food protection plan against food spoilage due to mechanical failure. An unconditional "Satisfaction or Money Back Guarantee" on all foods goes to each member of the Supreme Kosher Food Club. Further information is available at 9-7695. 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lay TUNE 26. 1953 +Jewtstinor*far> PAGE 7 h Weeklies ill For End Of Ivertising Racket iDrTTROIT — The American Asfciation of English-Jewish Newspers, representing Jewish weekIs in American Jewish communik this week found it necessary ce again to warn American Jewto be on guard against the inIsions into comawnities by irBponsible solicitors for newsipers or magazines which have Luted circulations in their own Immunities and practically no dr-j season 300 Children Participate In Opening Of GMJCC Camp Program Monday Over 300 boys and girls simul-i wiimu Sahwlmmer, Mwani Sloan • taneously participated in the opening of the 1953 Day Camping season at the three camps operated by the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, it was announced this week by Mrs. Jess Freed, camp chairman. The day camps began operation on Monday morning for an eightweek season. Although the camps (Jeoffrey Sleiri-I, TlieorlnnSilv.-r, Joel SlulHky, Terry Sokototf, Sol Spector, Knrlmrn Hplrer, Martha Stein, Samuel sii-liiKiiii. Mux Steingart, Vicki Stemerman, Roberta Stock, Marshall Tanner, Reeil Trencher, Klalne Vac•ur... Harry Welnsteln, Mlehael WolfLvnn Feldman, Roberta Mlkles, Linda Sloane, Karen Green, Karen Miller, artsrra" Juslcowltz, Sara Koblnmn. Roberta Siii hmiin, Itotierta Senter, Mariana Ht-herer, Harriet OMower, Wendy Marker, Margaret Kckhoff, Tina Genandes, Harriet Cohen anci l.ynn Galton. DA* said that there are still openings available for the second half of the Nations in the communities they Ivade. [pointing out that these solicitors many instance* play on the senment* of merchants and commuliv leaders, the publishers' AssoEtion appealed in its message of laming for support of newsLpers in respective communities. urged that unethical solicitaI should be exposed and sugsted that the best way of "beatEu the rackets" is by refusing eithto subscribe to such publicalons or to insert advertising in leir columns. The Association's latement declared: "Unethical solicitors for subIcriptions and advertising in perbdicals that have no circulation in nmmunities now being invaded. It: the eve of Rosh Hashona, indicate that an outrageous racketeer. scheme which was curbed for time by US Postal authorities, Igain is in evidence. Such practices disgrace our position among hon Jews who are being misled by Solicitors and who are confused Into believing that the invading lolicitors represent local publications. The position of English-Jewish weekly newspapers has been parmed by such practices. • By encouraging unethical advertising and subscription solicitations, the existing newspapers nhich serve their communities loylly. every week, are seriously hurt. |n the best interests of sound community life, we urge our responsible leaders to discourage such tactics, and we invite the cooperation tit all Jewish communities in putSing an end to such racketeering." The campers will engage in a five-day program each week, including such activities as games, arts and crafts, dramatics, singing, athletics, story telling, swimming instruction and outings. ert I.lnado. Steve tfehiff, Michael lVurl, Richard Hi ami ti-ln, Stephen Horvvitz. Norman Kern, Mark r.ulil— %  i benr. Allen Wallace, Judith Gordon, are now filled to capacity for the ISherean Dearr, Kettle Lovy, iris Levy, first fnnr-wpplc neriorl Mrs FrppH Pan Uoodmnn. Gilbert Ki.renl.llt. 1 I Kenneth WV-1..11, Sharon <;n.ss,nan. sieve worthlngton, Rylona Kats, Harvey Blavln, chiiiies EVeed, Myra Clalr, Mark Walrtman, JerroM Kramer, Wendy Rubin, Jenie*8ue Peldman, \'iia Bhaplro, Carol Bennett, Ladr. miHaber, MeB Portman, Miriam Oberateln, Barry Abelaon, Clifford Goodman, Judy Alexander, Joan Leon, Ailrieiine Wolln. Henry I Jessica Takce, Marilyn Scnlfrln, Allyn Feldman, Wllma Brvla, Iris BdI wards, Ros.A-.-ii. Mlohael Grlmaldl, .l.ii Ma lilt r, Ellen Thompson, Milton I N.-wnian. Hilly Frledlander, Jerry Axanoff, Richard McHalo, Btephen Wallace, Terrence Bchwarts, Jeffrey Khrllch. Jeffrey Koch. Andrew Jacobson, BatT) Kiitun. Marilyn Htutsky, Ina Julius. Jay wainateln, Leah Aberbach, Nancy Shapiro. Lenny Geverta, Bandy Cohen. Janlo Raskin, Bonnie Hamilton, Gail Gllcknian, Alfred Levy. Myra Kpsteln. Bnrolled in the Town Branch Day Camp aie Richard Ball. Daniel Beraerson, Edward Ber*eron, Barbara Beyer, Mark Beyer. William Bogner, Anne Bornateln, Martin Cohan, Mlchelle Drasner, noasalyn Baaley. Matt Knuel. Adele Bpiteln, KU KelnberK, Barbara Flak, Bondra FYledler, Bonnie Friedman. Henry Friedman. I>iane dale, Michael Gale. Kenneth Glasscr. Terry Glassel. Stanley Click, Rochelle Gitcnsteln. Stephen Oreenstein. Trudy Gri % %  list. In. Fred Cross, l^slle llabcr. Sanilra llantman, Erich HlrschlMTit. Hedl Hirschberg. Barbara FJobennan, Paul Kaplan, Sandra Kaplan. Alfred Kaye, Can.I Klein. Heller Kllnn. 1'eugy KronsberK. Deedee Ievln, Natasha l^vlnson. Marvin Lewis, David Malavenda, NelHon Malavenda, Marilyn Melnlck, Susan Mclnick. Harbara Melnlck. Allen Merlin, Samuel Meyer, Si Meyer, Arna Meyer, Sherrv Miller, Michael Mlsheloff." Clare OraoWltS. Paula Ofsowlti. Martin Orlln, Jonn Palroda, Linda Passes, Blossom Perles. Alan Querido, Marlon Querido, I.ynne Rienner. Harriet Roaner, Jeffrey Rosnlck. Barbara Rosnlck. Richard Roth, Sherman Rothman. Merle finikin. Mark Sailolf. Harvey Sats. Sondra Saver. Andrea Bayer, Welcome Strangers Club Plans Dinner-Dance The Welcome Strangers Club of Miami Beach will meet at the Delano Hotel for a dinner-dance on Saturday evening, June 27th, 7 p.m. Ted Horowitz, organizer of the group, will explain the purposes of the newly-formed club which plans weekly meetings. Subject of the Saturday evening meeting is: Are Women Or Men To Blame For Most Unhappy Marriages. FAMOUS OPEN AIR AMPHITHEATRE TWO POPULAR ORCHESTRAS /hU*o*4**** 9 HOLE GOIF COURSf ON PREMISES v 9 Champion vTtnn it Co 8 Handball .Court* 1! SCAROON MANOR Ralph Llnlado, Bobby Salkin. Ilnwanl 1'asternack, Lynn Kubin, I-arry Bchwartl, Aaron Altias, Daniel Aimoff. Kllen Colman, Eddie Jackson, Leahe I loikter. Carol Lapioit Ronnie H.-noii. Linda Qlrard, Harry Reiner, Brake KeRenl. Stewarl Tasmaii, Loull Creenwalil, Donna Kern, MaximGreenberr. Sharon G.-rshen, Ann Mapolls. Joseph Baum, Jeff Feldman. Barney Greenspan, Barry Schwartz. Prlscllla Klpnls, Sharon Gllckman, Robert Samuels,~Robert ltaum, Hetty I'.eim.ui. Stefan Grlmaldi. June Kuchlik, Jack Attlas. Kenneth Newman, Susan Rubensteln, Pamela Rain, Robert Koch. Linda Aronoff and Merry ,-hlff. Attending the Flagler-Granada Bay Camp are I-arry Benin. Rol-crt Feldman. David Shcrler. Richard BpOOl, Fred Welllsch, Robin I'rank, lale Fiedler. Jay Klein, Arthur Saluk, Barry Burak, Seymour Foos, Rosalind Cohen. Claire Goldberg, Phyllis Goldl>erg, Wlllen Howard, Jerry Burns, Arthur Cohen, Steven Strauss. DavW C'lcln, Stephen Jacobson, Ira M.-lil.-i. Harry Schrier, Oary siiiln. Bobby Goldberg, Larry Apple. Michael l.ox.r. Muvnard Hellman. Todd Hisli.r. Arnold Wlllen. Jay Ooraon, JUllott Midwood, Stephen WHdateln, Howard tosenfiel.l. Marilyn Ilamion. Sandra Raskin. Rosalie Rlvkin. randra F eyser, Sandra Seheraer, Marsha Bpltalntck, Sandra Marcus, Ann Bturman. Alice Oersteln, Marjorle Zweigel. l amela Rain. Be.s> Bysto.k. Miriam I-",.,,!.. Mary Strauss, Frank Chayo. Joseph Lawrence, Danny Goldberg. ILirhard Lnx. Harvey Sl.enberg. Howard Sherman Michael StraUM. Howard Senter, Barry WWjB. I ••"' Brown. Howard Cohen. M^MJJJgj inn Peter Tauper, Walter Blacker, E -i BedUk. l3K M "? k k 5%ff Ger steln, Jeffrey Strumpf. Judy Uein, Spend year vocation 'm • Blue Biage Mountains The Horowitz Konher inn 331 First Avo., W. Hendersonville, N.C. 31 sf 5US0H Fin. Kosher food.. Drepared in the American Style by expert cook.. Write or phone 9208 for reservation.? All room, with private and connecting bath.. Under Personaf Supervision of Mrs. A. Horowlti ROSED ALE &e*t****t • KOSHER STYLE COOKING • AIR CONDITIONED PRIVATE DINING ROOM • FREE PARKING Catering for all size Parties 170 N.W. FIFTH STREET PHONE 9-7996 OTE L Whether it's the most orthodox home, or the most reformed ... whether .t's your grandmother or your daughter with her homeeconomics degree.. whether its in the ha.m.sche haven of a metropolis or the solitude of Button Up. Dakota ... wherever there's a devotee of delicatessen there's someone who says: NOTHING %  • for the BIST Voeofion voo ever had! DUNCRAGGAN INN c,„ on May 30th to Oct. 1t World Famous Cui.ine ,rUIM AMERICAN MAW BtGINNINC *• **0M ** Write for Free Booklet ^"''cpin'lv LE NC In the Mountain. HENDERSONVILLE w.^ •aaaoawBoaBaaaaBaaoaaBBMBaaaa* Coo/, Summer.Mrono'erlond of f O Kahn's Hotel Ste. Agathe de. Mont., Quebec '> A VACATION THMLl Whether Yoo're the Ootdoor or Indoor Type All Athletic Facilities Boating. Bathing • Private Beacn Entertainment and Dancing The onlv strictly Kosher Hotel In th. Laurentlana, under iuporylalon IOf the Rabbinical Council of Monr treal. Honeymoonon carefully Neftocted l;,..,,v, Now—Write or 1-hone 74 Saaai mmmmmmm %  _. .• % %  : %  ""S& -; SPEND YOUR SUMMt* VACATION IH THE BlUE RIBG£ MOUNTAINS OSCEOLA LAKE BWf ON LAKE OSCEOLA HENDERSONVILLE. N. C. JOE RUBIN Owner-Manager Season Juno 1st to Oct. l*t a SWIMMING POOL • ALL SPORTS. 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PAGE 2 =*fc House Approves 65 Million Mutual Security Aid Proposal For Israel Continued from Pag* 1 cultivation now than when the Arabs tilled the soil. Mr. Gardiner said: "Now if you listen to the Israeli propaganda line — and let us call io live in Jordan. We have moved people in from Europe,' and remember that we have plans in Israel to use substantially all the Jordan waters, so that Israel can become viable." He said that Itit that because that is what it is ; rgel'i argument that the Arab ref— they show how they doubled s were a po^ntjai fifth column and trebled production. But any\ u r %  • body with two eyes in his head can | represented "the party line, go through Israel and see abandon-' Speaking of the movement of the ed orange groves and see other, Arabs from Israel. Mr. Gardiner abandoned lands that are not cul^.^ ^ wou d not excu ip a te com IV I I pletelv the Jewish people for their When criticism was made of Jew*" ril m ,„,mnrl ish farmers. Mr Gardiner told the [ hand in this event. He mentioned committee that Israel might want in this connection "massacres of the Arab refugees back to work Arabs" by "the Stern Gang." the land "if you do not talk about Representative John M. Vorys. it too much." Technical Coopera-. ohJO Repub iican. said Congress tion Administrator Stanley Andres: he| d establisn Israe |, "but we pointed out that new arrivals in, n ever voted to have tne Kovern Israel "just do not know how to men Md he c jn the coun farm Representative Frances P. L ha we recognjred s i mplv ake Bolton. Ohio Republican, inter^ tmbodv elses property" Conjected: "They are interested in had no comrmtted tse if "to business. She said "the orchards; lhrow ou dispossessed people, were good where the Arabs owned ukc heir |and uke their proper ,hem ty.' h e stated. During his testimony. Mr Gar-1 A State Department map was exdiner said: "It would not accord hibited by Mr. Gardiner to show with my morals to say. Arabs, you the difference between the Jewish There is no "overnight cure" for constipation! But there is a natural way to free yourself from harsh purges forever are* under the partition plan aid the present boundaries of Israel Representative Walter H. Judd. Minnesota Republican, asked if the map showed "what the Israelites have seized that was not given to them." Mr. Gardiner replied "that is the land now occupied by Israel which was allotted to the Arab states under the UN partition plan." Mr. Gardiner told the committee that there was a prospect "if Israel continues to put her house in order, of viability within five or six years time — viability in terms of no more requirement for United States grants." Representative Burr Harrison, a Virginia Democrat, raised the question of why "our past contribution was $57 to the Jew and $0.50 to the Arab." He also questioned why there should be military aid. In the course of the hearings numerous discussions were held "off the record" for security reasons and the committee did not make these discussions public. Subsequent references indicated, however, that allegations that Israel discriminated against Arabs and seized Arab property unlawfully were made in some of this secret testimony. Representative Jacob K. Javits. New York Republican, countered pro-Arab arguments at many points in the lengthy hearings. In response to Mrs. Javits' question about the military' prowess of Israel. Henry A. Byroade. Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs, praised the efficiency of the Israel Army. John D. Jernegan testified as Acting Assistant Secretary' of State for Near Eastern Affairs, that "while it would not be possible initially to include Israel in the same defense organization with the Arab states, we would undertake to make parallel arrangements with Israel and the country's requirements and potential contribu tion to Middle East defense could receive full consideration." By and large, constipation is not a "ready-made" condition that strikes th'.ut warning. It is a frotrcssire ailment. AND THE PROGRESS OF CON. STIRATION. FROM OCCASION Al TO COMMON TO CHRONIC. /S HASTENED TO A WIDELY IS REALISED EXTENT ~BY THE WAY THE DIGESTIVF. SYSTEM IS ABI SEP YEAR AFTER YEAR WITH S TRONC 'I RGA TIVE t <>M HI! NQS — TOO HARSH IN IMMEDIA TE EFFECT TO HAVE A SOUND CORRECTIVE RE ^l IT. ~ ^^~^~~~ ""-" Gxuinual overdosing inflicts upon hr whole digestive system an unnatlral punishment which leaves behind i trail of digestive havoc An upatt toaaach, a small intestine containing little nourishment to leed the body, and a colon which often needs another purgative dose—and another— to prod it into renewed muscuUar action. It's no wonder sooner or later the vicious "laxative habit" takes bold. Before the victims realize it. their condition has progressed so far that even daily laxative or purgative dosing can no longer bring satisfactory, comfortable relief. Of COURSE. THIS NEED NEVER HAPPEN. 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EXCEPT THE FEELING or SATISFACTION AND HI.FI1.I.MENT WHICH COMBS WITH NORMAL. NATURAL ELIMINATION. KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN IS SAFE FOR THE NORMAL DIGESTIVE TRACT. YOU DO NOT COURT THE DISASTER OF PROGRESSIVE coNSTiCall 2-1776 RATION WHEN YOI EAT ONE T Ol NCE OF KELLOGGS All BRAN — PAIL Y. AND DRINK PLENTY OF WATER. ~"""— !" ""* !" But. remember. Kellogg's All-Bran is not a "drug-type" laxative but a delicious, ready-to-eat NATURAL laxative certal. No "part-bran" cereal -in the amounts you usually eat for breakfast—can give you the benefit* of All-Bran. No exaggerated or unsupported claim-, are made for the laxative qualities of Kellogg's All-Bran. The name Kellogg's on the package, a symbol of health throughout the civilized world, speaks (or itself. Of course. Kellogg's All-Bran is no "overnight cure" for constipation. There is no such thing. All-Bran must be eaten regularly to obtain the natural and lasting relief you are looking for. Eat Kellogg's All Bran every morning for 10 days. 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PAGE 6 Marion Cohen Weds Irving Spielfogel Sunday; Bride Is Concert Singer 2*^^ Marion Cohen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cohen. 1400 Pennsylvania Avenue, Miami Beach, became the bride of Irving C. Spielfogel on Sunday. June 21st, in a double ring ceremony at the Lincoln Manor. Rabbi Leon Kronish. of Temple Beth Sholom. officiated. Given in marriage by her par ents, the bride was attired in im Mrs. trying Spitlfoael I Moldan Stadia Pool ported chantilly lace and bouffant .-kirt of tulle and lace ending in a trail of tulle. A seed pearl crown covered with rhinestones held her French illusion veil. She carried a white satin Bible stopped with orchids and stephanotis. Maid of honor was Miss Beverly Raphael attired in a bouffant yellow gown. The other attendant were the Misses Janet Davidoff. Nancy Hirschant. Selma Lewis and Maria Steinberg, who carried cascades of Pink tarnations Best man was the groom's brother. David Spielfogel. of Bradley Beach. New Jersey. Newlywed Mrs Spielfogel. a graduate of the University of Mi ami. is a teacher at South Beach Elementary School Mr Spielfogel. a graduate of the Uoiverritv of reception, and Mr. Alf Olav Drynes also rendered selections. Mr. Drynes was joined by Mrs. Drynes and the bride in duets. The groom's uncle, Sam Schoenbaum. rendered several whistling selections. Piano accompaniment was by Miss Betty Halam. The bride, who is well known for her concert work in this area, has sung on radio and with the Miami Opera Guild and has appeared as a soloist at Bayfront Park. Flamingo Park and at the Miami Beach Recreational Center. Among out .i(town guests were Mr and Mrs. Harry Polinsky. Mr.' and Mrs Joseph Rogoff and Mr. Julius Sincoff, all of Brooklyn. New York; Mr. and Mrs. David Spielfogel. Bradley Beach. New Jersey; and Mr. and Mrs Stanley Spielfogel and their son. Kenneth,, of Interlaken. New Jersey. The couple is now honeymooning in Havana and will make their home at 1513 West Avenue. Miami Beach Pennsylvania and Rutgers University I.aw School, is on the staff of the United States Civil Service Commission. A reception followed the ceremony which was highlighted by I selections by local artists. Miss Ruth C Brotman. president of the Miami Beach Music and Arts League, sang at the ceremony and Mr. um4 MM. iMmam Shulmans To Mark Golden Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Shulman. of 1060 SW 36th Court. Miami, left Sunday for Schenectady. New York They will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary there on July 25th Married in Schenectady in 1903. the Shulmans came to Miami 15 years ago Mr Shulman is a re tired clothier and a member of Za mora Jewish Center and B'nai Brith Among guests at the golden wedding ceremony will be Mr. and Mrs. Herman Shulman. New York, their son and daughter-in-law; Mr. and Mrs Joseph Cohen. Schenec tady. Mrs. Shulmans brother inlaw and sister; Mr and Mrs. K. S. Kleiman. Mrs. Shulman s broth er and sister-in law; and Mr and Mrs. Harry Kleiman. also her brother and sister-in-law. The Shulmans daughter. Major Florence Shulman. is currently stationed with the WAC in Yokahama. Japan. The couple will return to Miami during the first week in August. AVi. lorimn Htttl Jordan Bittels Will Reside In Atlanta Jordan Bittel and the former Judith Mae Rudnick were married Sunday in the Ocean Room of the Roney Plaza Hotel. Rabbi Leon Kronish officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Bernard W. Rudnick. 440 East Rivo Alto Drive. Miami Beach Mr Bittels parents are Mr. and Mrs. Perry Bittel. 1002 10th Street. The brides parents gave her in marriage She was attired in ivory satin and chantilly lace and carried ja bouquet of white orchids and I lilies-of the valley on a white Bible. Miss Arnelle Rudnick was her I sisters maid of honor. Her dress was pink tulle She carried a fan of baby orchids Bridesmaid was Miss Marcia Hankoff in blue tulle. Morton Norman Greenwald was best man. with Alan F Weetin and Melvyn B Frumkes serving as ushers. Miss Phyllis Bartenstein. of Hartford. Connecticut, cousin of the bride, was flower girl. Following the reception held at the Roney Plaza, the couple left for Atlanta, where they will make their home. Mr. Bittel. a Harvard University graduate and an attorney, is in the United States Army. Resnick Bar Mitzvah Robert Resnick. son of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Resnick. 571 SW 45th Avenue, will become Bar Mitzvah on Monday, June 29th. at the Israelite Center. Rabbi Morton Ma lavsky will officiate. The Constant Wife. Somerset Maugham's comedy of manners and morals is the i m < < prize winning plays to be given this summer by the Casablanca Players at the Casaht Hotel. Opening night was last Saturday evening, when a capacity audience? SOTDS* Sam H.rschs interpretation of the play by an all-professional cast. including''&12?? lass. Kent Lewellyn. Barbara Sohmers. Sybil Rubin. Evelyn King. 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r ay ne To Head fables B'nai B'rith Irheodore B. Wayne will be inl-illecl as president of the B'nai frith Chapter of Coral Gables, kdge N<>. 1682, on Sunday, June 8 th, at 7:30 p.m. The installation of officers, a Inner and dance will take place Dinner Key Terrace, with the lonorable Grady L. Crawford as ucst speaker. Sidney Haskoe will be installed Is 1st vice president. Others are PAGE 3 •H *•* Shown above is Mrs. Dinah Waxman (third from left) at a reception held in her honor upon her arriva from England to visit with her son and daughter-in-law. Rabbi and Mrs. Alfred Waxman (second and fourth from left). The reception was tendered by the West Miami Jewish Center Sisterhood. Looking on are Mrs. I. Teitler (left), Mrs. Al Lampert (second from right), in charge of the program, and Mrs. David Dresner (right), president of the Sisterhood. Rabbi Waxman is the Center spiritual leader. w Theodore Wayne Manuel Lubel, 2nd vice president; Sidney Efronson, recording secretary: Hy Friedman, treasurer; Sol iappaport, corresponding secre|ary; Reuben Traven, financial secilary; Ed Miller, monitor; Sam vratish, warden; and Irvin Sirkin, |guurdian. Trustees to be installed are Louis Feldman, Stanley Wasser, Sam ,leyers. Saul Von Zamft, Bernard Goodman, Arthur Winkelman, Frank Smulson, Oscar Sindell and William Hechler. ttabbi Lehrman At Convention Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual, of the subject with Professor Abraleader of the Miami Beach Jewish ham J. Heschel, Professor of PhilCenter, left on Monday for Atlantic | osophy and Religion at the Jewish City, where he is attending the annual convention of the Rabbinical Assembly of America, the Conservative body of American Rabbis affiliated with the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Rabbi Lehrman joined with some 400 spiritual leaders in a discussion of the problems of the American Jewish community. As a highlight of the Tuesday session, he Theological Seminary and author of the recent best seller, The Earth Is The Lord's. North Shore Joint Dance The North Shore B'nai B'rith Lodge and Chapter will hold their second monthly dance on Saturday evening, June 27th, at the Sorrento Dov Chapter Party A dessert luncheon and card party will be sponsored by the Dov Chapter, Mizrachi Women, on Tuesday, June 20th, 12:30 p.m., at the home of Mrs. William Clein, 1860 SW 4th Street, Miami. Proceeds will go to the Children's Village and Farm School in Israel. Consultant Named For I GMJCC-Home Program Harold A. Tobias, Miami Beach [sales representative for Mr. Fosters Store, will become the arts and crafts consultant of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center in its special extension program for the residents of the Jewish Home for the Aged. In a program designed jointly by the Home and GMJCC, a variety of handicraft activities will be provided to offer constructive outlets for the residents. Activities will include braiding and weaving, plastic modeling, shellcraft and leathercraft. Hotel. In charge of tickets are delivered a paper on. The Meaning j Mrs. Daniel Wolfson and Milton-I education course in child psychol Of Prayer In The Modern World, Mannheimer, Chapter and Lodge ogy on Monday, June 29th, 8:15 and participated in a presentation presidents. p.m., at the First Unitarian Church. JSSB Supervisor Speaks Harold Nappan, assistant supervisor of the Jewish Social Service Bureau, will speak on, Common Problems Of The Average Teen Ager In The Family, at the adult Name Winners Of New Ashe Award Three winners of the national Bowman P. Ashe memorial scholarships at the University of Miami were announced yesterday by the student-faculty committee handling the awards. Twenty high school seniors from six states competed for the scholarships which were established this year by the U-M students to commemorate the University's founder-president. Full tuition scholarships were granted to Irene Laurie Roberts, Ft. Lauderdale, and Stuart H. Sanfield, Miami Beach, formerly of Boston, and a one-half tuition award went to Spencer Armour, Memphis, Tennessee. The special scholarship fund supported by the U-M student body pays tuitions for the first year, and the University contributes the final three years' tuition. Each scholarship student must qualify for continuing tuition aid by maintaining a B average in his scholastic grades. Last January, Arthur Berken, a senior, presented the scholarship plan to the Student Senate. Miss Roberts is a graduate of the Ft. Lauderdale High School. She lives with her parents, Mr* and Mrs. Luther W. Roberts, at 1523 NW 10th Avenue, Ft. Lauderdale. Young Sanfield graduated from Boston English High, before moving to Miami Beach. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs M. Sanfield, 8017 Byron Avenue. Armour, the third winner, is a graduate of the Memphis Technical High School. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Spencer A. Armour, of Memphis. Max Urvenberg Met At 76 Max Greenberg, owner of the Bancroft Hotel, died on Tuesday, June 16th. He was 76 years old. A resident of Miami Beach for the past 15 years, Mr. Greenberg was active in many Jewish organizations. He was a member of the Board of Directors of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, B'nai B'rith, Zionist Organization of America, Hebrew Academy and the Jewish Home for the Aged. Survivors include Mr. Greenberg's wife, Edith; two sons, Archie, of Miami Beach, and Abe, of California; and a daughter, Mrs. B. Bennett, of Boston. f 11 uHTi ii iff f i i i i if fiiti i gnnm immnni ininiix m It's a wonderful gift! II! LEGAL NOTICE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 28855-B HI. 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%  >AY. IUWE 26. 1953 +JewlstntrirU„ ]SS (Hick Engaged Miami Attorney ,.e engagement of their daughElenore, to Stanley M. Pred, of Mr. and Mrs. David Pred, |5 West 46th Street, Miami l c h has been announced by Mr. J Mrs. Louis Click. 210 NW 24th fcrt, Miami. the bride-elect graduated from m i Senior High School and atdcd the University of Maryland. will receive her degree in psyk 0 gy from the University of Mii next month. jhc was vice president of the Etiology Club at the U of M and nember of Sigma Lambda Phi vice Sorority and Psi Chi, psyllogv honorary. Jr. Pred attended Pender High [„,,!. Ponder. Nebraska, and the Ivcrsity of Miami Law School. asecretary and pledgemaster []'hi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity re. developments editor of the imi Law Quarterly and a memof omicron Delta Kappa, leadhip honorary. |e is now practicing law with firm of Weinkle and Kessler. [js a World War II veteran, haverved in Alaska. Miss Cltnore Click aual Ranch Party ral Gables Young Adults will (heir annual ranch party at .(i Acre Stock Farm on SunIDrive, South Miami, tomorrow ning. 9 p.m. A car pool will it from 320 Palermo Avenue 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Card Party Monday Pioneer Women. Club No. 2. will hold a card party on Monday evening. June 29th. 8 p.m.. at Kneseth Israel Congregation, according to Mrs. Rose Marcus, chairman. Proceeds are for the Rescue Fund. Foxes Honeymoon In Havana Miss Stella Alper was wed Sunday to Selvin Fox at the Trocadero Restaurant. Rabbi Morris A. Skop. spiritual leader of the Coral Gab^ les Jewish Center, officiated at the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Izadore Alper. New York, and the late Mrs. Izadore Alper. She formerly resided at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lou H. Zissen, 2112 SW 22nd Avenue. Mr. Fox is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Fox, Woodridgc. New York. His father is the former mayor of Woodridge. Matron of honor was Mrs. Pearle Saltzman. sister of the groom. The bride was attired in a waltz-length white gown of crushed Italian silk trimmed by turquoise. A graduate of Hunter College. New York, she is employed by the City of Miami Beach Tax Division. Mr. Fox attended New York University and the University of Miami. He is employed by Gray Products Corporation here. A reception followed the ceremony at the Trocadero. The couple are now honeymooning in Havana Lawrey Marks, of Hollywood. California, is visiting his father, If. Harkins, 44 SW 7th Street. The Bob Hope script writer expects to spend ten days here. PAGE 9 Double Ring Ceremony Unites Adeline Levin To Norman Lawrence Roseman Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Levin, of 2119 SW 4th Street, Miami, announce the marriage of their daughter, Adeline, to Norman Lawrence Roseman, son of Mr. and Her accessories included a cloche hat and blue shoes. Newlywed Mrs. Roseman is formerly of Providence, Rhode Island, and graduated from Hope High „ .....,.,.., iiuni III>I>< JM_.IL Mrs. Harry Roseman, 889 East 27th | School there. The groom originally Street, Hialeah, last Sunday at the Lincoln Manor. Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated at the double ring ceremony. Given in marriage by her parents, the bride wore an imported dotted swiss organdy gown with a shoulder-length veil. She carried a white orchid over a Bible. Maid of honor was Miss Charlotte Gilden, attired in an anklelength dress of dark green and white hues and carrying a colonial bouquet. Flower girl was Lois Roslyn Levin, the bride's sister. Best man was Neal Roseman, brother of the groom. Marvin Rickard acted as organist. The bride's mother was attired in wedgewood blue lace and carried a lavendar orchid. 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PAGE 8 -JfmistncrkBem Mrs. William R. Ahim (Wirn.i Ka'.n Photo) Zamora Avenue. Coral Gables. They will be at home after July 6th Ellen Stone Exchanges Vows With William Alvin In Rites On Sunday Ellen Adelaide Stone, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Stone, 318 NW 16th Avenue, became the bride of William Richard Alvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander William Alvin, 635 Anastasia Avenue, Coral (iables, on Sunday afternoon at Hibiscus Lodge Auditorum, with Rabbi Simon April officiating. Given in marriage by her father, the former Miss Stone was attired tulle. The full skirt was of floating panels embossed with silver and WM complemented by a chantilly lace jacket with Peter Pan collar and Ion? fitted sleeves. A three1 (ied veil of French illusion was nended from a coronation Frown of mother of pearl orange -oms and rhinestones. The bridal bouquet was of white orchids and stophanotx Maid of honor was Lorraine S. OMkind, the bride's sorority, Mattired in blush pink nylon tulle and lace The fitted bodice of • had a halter neckline and gotham jacket. Her full skirt mi waltz-length. The cascade bouquet Was of pale pink carnations tied by pink and rose ribbon. Bridesmaids were Miss Florice ICotkin, the brides sorority sister. MIN Sandy Cohen, of Savannah. Georgia, the bride's cousin, and ani( r cousin. Mrs. George Bernstein. They were attired in blue nylon and lace, with their gowns same as the maid of honor's. !,. uquets were a cascade arrange%  t of pale pink carnations tied 1 lue ribbon. man was Don A. Mayorson • included Sydney Efronson, (> Stone, the bride's brother. es V K:ihn. Myron Stoff, Jay i fa irdl : %  • Wepman, [rvi jr m i • • %  Mr> Robert rt tzkj the bride's sororit) sis list Walter Goodman, i usin, acted as organist, and l>on A. Uayerson kept the book. bride's mother was attired an ankle-length pale blue nylon %  'i blue tufieta gown and car: an orchid corsage. The mother wore | graj faille lengtl ra, with her bodice si i ed b) bugle beads, she also ed an orchid corsage Newlywed Mrs. Alvin attended i High School ar.d i| senior • the Universit) of Miami, where %  belongs to Alpha Bpsilon Phi rity, is president of Nu Kappa, women's highest honorary. 8 member of Kappa Delta Pi. Education honorary. C groom graduated from Mi Beach High School and the Universit) of .Miami Law School. as president of Zcta Beta Tau ternity there. He served with IS Navy during World War II Currently. Mr. Alvin is an atl y for the Public National Innce Company \ reception followed the cere v at Hibiscus Lodge. Out-ofguests included Sol WinkleChicago, the groom's grandfather; Mrs Harry Blumenthal. the e'l great aunt: Judith BlumenU.il. Savannah, the bride's cousin; and Mrs Sidney Kelter and son, -' a id, St. Louis. I < Mowing a wedding trip to Nasthe couple will reside at 225 = Miss Palmer To-Wed Mart in Budniek Mr. and Mrs. Sidney H. Palmer, j of 3041 SW 2nd Avenue, announce j the engagement of their daughter, j Elaine Hilda, to Martin Budniek, formerly of Miami Beach. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Budniek. Long Beach, New York. Mr. Budniek is a graduate of Miami Beach High School and the University of Florida, where he was a member of the Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. Hiss Palmer, a longtime resident of Miami, is a graduate of Miami High School and attended the University of Florida, where she was a member of the Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority. The wedding date has been set for July 26th. 6 -{J ft Stanley Donald Mesh, son of Mr. and Mrs William Mesh. 2421 SW 11th Street, graduated from the I niver-ity of Miami with the degree of BBA Magna Cum Laude. Mesh also received a special award from Delta Sigma Pi, business fra-1 ternity honorary', for his outstanding work. •ir -ir tr Off to a B'nai B'rith Convention in North Carolina is Joseph Kogos. of 814 Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach. Kogos also plans to attend I a Shriners meeting in New York City and to visit with his daughter] in Belmont. Massachusetts. m Miss Freedman Weds The marriage of Miss Sandra Freedman, daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. S. J. Freedman. Miami Beach and formerly of Newark, New Jersey, and Mr. Leon Rounan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rounan. Brooklyn, New York, took place on Tuesday evening at the Hotel Douglas in Newark. Rabbi Herman L. Kahan and Rabbi David Freedman, brothers of the bride, and Rabbi Jacob Liebowitz, brother-in-law of the groom, officiated at the candlelight ceremony. Miss Annette Melich, of Miami Beach, was maid of honor, and Ellen Gray and Barbara Winard, nieces of the bride, were flower girls. Irving Rounan, brother of the groom, acted as best man. The bride wore a gown of white tulle and chantilly lace bodice. Her fingertip veil was held by a tiara of seed pearls, and she carried a Bible with orchids and baby's breath. Newlywed Mrs. Rozman attended the University of Miami and the New School of Social Science. She is on the staff of the Newark Jewish Community Center Nursery School. Mr. Rozman is vice president of Jacob Rozman and Sons, New York. In Newark Rj te8 Mr. Edward Kaplan, of 995 West 48th Street, Miami Beach, is now in .Paris. France, on a combined business and pleasure trip. He will make other European stops before returning here in about two weeks. Mrs. lean Roima* Klein, Glass XuptiaM Herbert Glass, son of Mr ui Mrs. Dave Glass, co-owners of n* Sands Hotel, Miami Beach, ** married to Barbara Klein, of Ph4 delphia, on Sunday. The edda| took place in Philadelphia. Tfc couple are now honeymooning a the Sands Hotel. The groom is car. rently serving in the Coast Guard las a petty officer. Silvermans Tell Of Gloria's Engagement Gloria Silverman's betrothal to David B. Pass, son of Mr. and Mrs Keeve B. Pass. Atlanta. 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• leivislUEIondG Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY VM\ tOLUME 27—Number 26 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JUNE 26, 1953 ftep-by-Step Program To Ease Tension %  WASHINGTON (JTA)—The EisIhower Administration has decid%  on a "step-by-step" program to %  tempt gradually to resolve Israelft-ab differences with concentra%  on un the Arab refugee problem Kvisioned as the first step. This %  as made known last week by a %  gh State Department source who K .lit to clarify American aims in Ke Israel-Arab area. I it was decided in the wake of Becrct.iry of State John Foster %  ullcs' return from the Near East hat this government could do ftthing dramatic "overnight" to King Arab-Israel peace. In some Bays, it was found, the situation las deteriorated rather than improved. Consequently, a formula If approaching individual problems In i at a time has been decided II I An early development indicated Bas an approach to Arab leaders limed at "breaking the back" of Bie Arab refugee problem. Also Ksaulized are moves to absorb the Brab refugees through develop Bicnt schemes facilitated by the %  utual Security Aid program, to Bolve Arab-Israel border problems, ID work out Israel compensation ID Arabs for abandoned properties, lon-i.lcrution of the internationalBation of Jerusalem and re-assurlr.eeto allay Arab fears. I The State Department believes Beace might be expedited as a result of the re-affirmation by the %  Administration of the tripartite Bon-aggression agreement of 1950. %  "he need for economic aid for the Bear East was stressed and military assistance was mentioned in Khis connection. Concern that ConBrcss may reduce Mutual Security %  Aid economic appropriations was Indicated by top department offiIri.iN who expressed fear not only %  or the Near East but for the enlire economic program throughout %  he world. Ask For Fund* lit was revealed that the State pepartment has asked Congress for %  funds for Israel and the Arab %  tates which represent about the %  same amounts previously allocatjed. The State Department made Bnown that it felt it had reduced Ithe aid program as much as was prudent. It indicated that further kuts might endanger world security and foreign policy objectives. It has been noted by the architects of the present US foreign [policy that there has been very [slow progress in the Israel-Arab larea. They feel that the American Ipeople are getting a better educaItion "in what both sides add up to." lit is held that no real program exlisted during the Democratic Administration to solve the IsraellArab situation. On the other hand, lit was stressed that the Republic |n Administration cannot take the %  Position that what has happened in IPalestine can be undone because | the new Administration maintains [that it does not feel Israel should I be undone. I Other objectives mentioned include an attempt which will be I made to achieve Israel-Arab coI operation on development of w;# r resources and the development of land for settlement. A high source stressed that aid'.or the Near East should not be reduced but increased. House Approves 65 Million Grant In Mutual Security Aid to Israel to Congress a rei" amount as during vi J V £K G Q T0N ( JT *iThC USe F reign Affairs Committee has reported out .. i. h C 1 T m, ee ; h s r ? P rt t0 the House s id that for Israel, "the content of the program wil^e the same as ,t has been for the two prev.ous years." Last year, Israel received 570,000.000 while the sum for the year before was $65,000,000. A late report this week said that aid for Israel, estimated at approximately $65,000,000 irt economic support funds and a potential share in military allocations, remained intact in the Mutual Security Bill following a vote by the House of Representatives which approved the entire $4,998,732,500 measure. However, this represented only the first step the bill must hurdle before it is translated into law. It now goes to the Senate. Later, the actual allocation of funds must again be approved by both houses,! and it is expected that this last j phase may see the most determin-1 ed efforts to reduce the amount of the appropriation. (The New York Times reported that the United States has decided ; to offer separate arms aid to Arab governments "in a move to bolster the strategic Middle East against Cotmmmisni." The report said that American ambassadors will be instructed — as soon as Congress make funds available — to notify Arab nations of United States willingness to begin such negotiations.) Hits Propaganda Line In the course of the committee's hearings, the State Department exhibited a map to dramatize the difference between the Jewish area under the partition plan and the "area under Israel control, not granted under the partition plan." Arthur Z. Gardiner, politico-economic adviser of the State DePRICE: TEN CENTS Wait for Ike Stand On Books ftoshe Sheriff IMS no solution By MILTON FRIEDMAN Jewish Telegraphic Agency WASHINGTON — Jewish organizations, painfully aware of what followed book burnings in Nazi Germany, are waiting anxiously for President Eisenhower to take action to back up his remarks at Dartmouth against book burning. Meanwhile, Senator Joseph McCarthy has aimed violent insinuations of disloyalty against Senator Herbert Lehman and Professor Ali bert Einstein. The pro-Eisenhower Washington Post commented editorially that when American officials purge United States libraries that are supposed to be symbols of freedom, it is no wonder that foreigners ask whether this country is going Fascist. The question may seem to us to be irrelevant and irreverent, but the memory of Fascism is keen in Europe, and Europeans know that book burning marked the beginning of Fascism in Italy and Germany. Anti-Nazis are terrified by the purging of books in the US Information Service libraries in Germany. A New York Times dispatch said that the book purges and other US censorial activities "have done much to undo the herculean efforts of US occupation forces in the postwar years to present American democracy to the German people as a magnet to draw them away from WASHINGTON (JTA) — American \ totalitarian attitudes." In his final diplomatic action at Amman aimed report as High Commissioner, John at curbing Jordanian violations of j J. McCloy said that one of the Israel's frontier is expected by Is-, basic tasks of the American librarrael sources here. This was learnies was to combat the intellectual ed in the wake of an urgent call stagnation of the Nazi period and Abba fbon .. Makes urgent call Seek Action To Prevent Violations nounced also that Israel would "welcome renewal of diplomatic relations with Russia." Following conclusion of Mr. Sharett's speech, the Knesset voted the Foreign Ministry budget of two and a half million pounds. In obvious reference to recent recommendations by Secretary of State John Foster Dulles. Mr. Sharett declared that Israel does not see any solution of the Arab* refugee problem in returning a portion of them to the Jewish State. "One must not feed the refugee on false hopes, he added. He said that as long as there was no peace Israel would oppose shipment of arms to states which refused to make peace with Israel. "We will oppose the arming of the Arabs since the arms are aimed at us and for no other purpose," he declared. In a comment on Jerusalem, to which Mr. Dulles had also referred, Mr. Sharett insisted that there was Continued on PB* 2 Professor Buber Is Honored In Germany FRANKFURT (JTA) — Profes sor Martin Buber, noted Jewish philosopher who has just arrived in Germany for an extended lecture tour, will receive the 1953 Peace Prize Of The German Book Trade, it is announced here. First winner of the $2,500 prize, in 1950. was Jewish author and pacifist Max Tau. while a number of committee members displayed similar hostility. Alleging that there is less land under Continued on Pag* 2 Sharett Sets Conditions For Peace JERUSALEM (JTA) — Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett told the Israel Parliament this week that peace between Israel and the Arab States was possible only on the basis of the territorial and demoTSS& debate 2n 0 Isra^l i! s d for g eign P^ent's Near Eastern Division ^ Amb^doT A"bbI'Eban"on 'the t"h7'ef"fect" oV 12 years "of isolation DQjE^re^ted^rsrriJS "ST" many u PS" aga T. St Israel i State Department. The Depart-; and one-sided information." ^tot£^KSK!dS: J^JSSjSkSSSSTS. ment ndicated C nC n Ver H t he Rising 'he President's "e.oincidents but expressed a wish for \ quent denunciation of book bumfurther consideration of the facts, j j n g" Senator Thomas C. Hennings, Israel sources anticipate, meanJr., a Missouri Democrat, said he while, that action will be taken by J felt constrained "to point out that Israel at the United Nations to j it has been the president's own addraw attention to the continuation ministration that has ordered the of attacks from the Jordan side of book burning." By "book burning," the border. A memorandum des-. he said he meant "any effort to recribing the situation may be submove books from libraries." Henmitted to the United Nations. The nings said "the campaign is 68Isame sources feel that the United pecially regrettable in Germany States has not yet taken sufficient "because Germany under the Nazis action to restrain Jordan from conhad a particularly virulent history 'tinuing the provocations, which of book burning." He said that mounted in intensity last week. "book burning in all its forms is a Jordan May Agree 'totalitarian device to reinforce the i, authoritarian control of the state. UNITED NATIONS For five Jordan may agree to Israel's pro{ a u '""" .. n nights in a row just prior to Major po Sa i that high level talks be held McCarthy stacked Lehman for General Vagn Bennike's taking ov-1 between the two states to eliminate "illegal 'use of the Congressional er his new post of chief of staff border tension, it was indicated i„ j free mailing Privileges objecting of the United Nations Truce Super-1 inf ormed quarters this week after specifically to ^ !" s d g^uvision Organization in Palestine, | Jordan representatives had con-1 ion of a speech attac!k8 McCarmed marauders from Jordan %  sented in principle to such talks, thy andthe McC^rran-WaWer^Imcrossed the border and killed vil-; during negotiations to halt mfillagers and destroyed houses in Isj trations. __ The attacks were organized Bennike Is Seen 'Good' For His Job By ARTHUR LEWIS Jewish Telegraphic Agency rael. migration Act. Shouting that Lehman was "one of the wealthiest men in the Senate," McCarthy sought to link the New Yorker Sr^-iMK! German. Acquit Nazi K,j£S Moshe'Sharett, had to warn the I g en tenced To Life Jordanian government of the conof such international sequences KARLSRUHE (JTA) — A Nazi official, sentenced to penal serviThese troubles served as a poor tude for life a few years ago for welcome for General Bennike and slaughtering Jews in the Polish were hardly expected as a local'town of Izbica, near Lublin, and commanders' agreement had just no w acquitted on the basis of a been signed to prevent such ocj sworn s t ate ment by a Nazi colcurrences; but. if they were meant has announced he will seek ,„ daunt him '!f;// ai r d a / 0 e r xp e h r e; compensation and reinstatement Dane as a soldier of great exptr iience. has faced much greater difinto his former post in the GerContinued on Page 13 | man judicial administration. Lehman replied that he had no apology, for he had only used the same mailing privileges available to all members of Congress. He added, "I am going to fight McCarthyism so long as I have the strength, and I am going to fight against the kind of an immigration policy that is set forth in the Immigration Act, and I shall do so regardless of the Senator from Wisconsin." The 75-year-old Lehman, who lost a son in the war against Continued on Page 13