The Jewish Floridian

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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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University of Florida
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IliewiisltUEIIiDipidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
24Number 23
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JULY 20. 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
tuaUy
pumping
It is
oil be
largest
if the
is to H
Pact
report^
four'
ordered
to the
vessel* in
boarding;
i^selby
, .which
twelve hours
tudies Suez
\ade Plan
IGTON (JTA) The
ttmer.'t is studying the
the Suez Canal by
Blaifa-bound oil tank-
lecision on action may
Kthin a few days, gov-
urces indicated Suc-
re is no desire to of-
bs, the U.S. may join
i at the United Na-
eek in an attempt to
to cease the sabotage
fa refineries through
e of the vital Suez
Western action has
t about because the
s threatens the Near
supply and the Haifa
wned by British and
sts, have been vir-
d since Iraq quit
to Israel in 1948
dered important that
' t to Haifa, the third
ry in the Near East.
of Near Eastern oil
equate for Atlantic
requirements. (A
London stated that
lestroyers have been
m the Mediterranean
Sea to protect British
at area following the
y 1 of a British ves-
yptian coastal patrol
over the ship for
Klan Rides Again Saturday In Jacksonville
Permission has been granted by Mayor Haydon Burns of Jack-
sonville for Bill Hendrix and his Southern Knights of the Ku Klux
Klan to stage a parade and pow-wow in the North Florida city on
Saturday night, the Chronicle, a hate-sheet published in Jackson-
ville, boasted this week.
If the Chronicle account is authertic, the mayor has not only
seen fit to give this group, listed on the Attorney General's roster
of subversive organizations his i
blessing, but he will allow them that he would be a candidate for
to use the city park in downtown governor in the 1952 elections.
Jacksonville and provide them | Griffin has been a member of
a life membership in the organ-
ization. He is one of four grand
titans in the state, each having
supervision over and being in
charge of all Klan activities in
their respective areas.
Although he refused to con-
tinue to serve in any official ca-
with a motorcycle escort.
The meeting will follow by a
week the burning of four giant
"K torches" in Miami; four in
Orlando, one on the lawn of the
city hall; and three in Lakeland.
In Fort Myers, two crosses were
burned. Leaflets containing anti-
Semitic propaganda were left in
the area of the burning symbols
in both Miami and Orlando.
The K's were made of wood
wrapped in kerosene-soaked bur-
lap. The fiery five-to-eight feet
high letters were burned here at
79th Street and 17th Avenue, 79th
Street and 22nd Avenue, 54th
Street and 22nd Avenue and
106th Street and 27th Avenue.
Three men were held for ques-
pacity. Griffin said he would
continue to be a member of the
the Klan. since 1919 and holds organization.
German Property Seized Ancifiif Hebrew
To Pay For Damages Seal Discovered
WASHINGTON (JTA)-Amer- MONTREAL (JTA)A seal of
ican and other Allied citizens approximately the period of the
who have suffered damages from Prophet Amos and which carries
the Nazis will be repaid from the the image of a winged griffin,
$335,000,000 worth of German inscribed with the name of the
property that has been taken Hebrew owner, was brought here
over irl the United States by the: by Rev. Dr. R. B. Y. Scott, pro-
Government's Alien Property fessor of Old Testament in the
Office, it was stated here. Faculty of Divinity, McGill Uni-
About $90,000,000 obtained versity, who carried on studies
from selling German assets in under the auspices of the Amer-
this country already has been j ican School of Oriental Research
turned over to the War Claims in the Arab sector of Jerusalem
Commission to repay damages and Jordan.
[i: ferae
t thi
suffered in Nazi Germany by The seal was found at Samaria,
tionmg in connection with the American individuals and bus- formerly the capital of Northern
local burnings. Though admitting iness firmSi as weli as by citi- Israel Besides the Seal, Dr. Scott
that they were members of the | zens of Allied nations, it was re-! brought back a bronze dagger
Klan, they were released when vea|ed jt was pointed out that blade, found in a cave near Heb-
1 k dl*avwed 1?,r-y knwIedge I presjdent Truman, in asking ron, and two juglets from the Is-
about the fiery K s. Congress last week to end the raelite period, which were used
Sheriff Jack B. Henderson state o{ war between the United | to dip out oil or wine from larger
made it clear that he would not states and Germany, also asked, containers. The objects will be
tolerate KKK shenanigans in this for continuation of the power to exhibited later on in the Museum
At
to ml
sion
the-U.8
__air fii
U.S.
in.
eration.
Saudi I
portant
United
tment said this week-
ibia has been desig-
first Arab country
in the Mutual De-
uce program and j area.
Army will train j -We're investigating." he said
forces in the use 0f tne local burnings. "Of-course,
nt to be provided | we don-t have enough men to
reement. The Saudi | watch every vacant lot every
kvernment agreed not
ke any act of aggres-
another state,
bnent for the use by
night, but we aren't going to
stand for intimidation of any-
body by anybody."
W. J. Griffin, who was pictur-
seize German property here.
of Biblical Antiquities here.
i onnrii Of Organization)* To Map
Plans For Bolstering Bond Drive
16 for $1,350; Beth Tfilah, four I Workers from Miami, Miami
for $1,150; Temple Israel, three Beach and other Dade eommuni-
for $700; Miami Jewish Com- UjM will hold a joint meeting to
Force of the Dhahran ed in The Jewish pioridiarv last S"J* Sggfts&L, *d2S' formulate plans for the remain-
also announced. The Wepk Barbed in th*> clown suit Greatei Miami Hebrew Acaaerry, ________
reed to train Arabs C^orV M erand titanof the'one for $500; Israelite Center, s.x der of the summer campaign,
[maintenance and op- KKK in the Tampa Bay area i for $350: Miaml Beacn Jewlsh The Zionist Organization of
B agreement said that tnis week announced his resig- j Center, one for $100; Temple Beth America Hadassah and the Mi-
s considered lm- nation {rom that poSt. \ Sholom, one for $50; Beth David, : ami Hebrew Schoo, 3nd Congre-
Giiffin said he resigned be- one for *30, gation continue to pac ; the men's,
cause he disagreed with the pol- | More than 50 bond chairmen wornen's and religious groups di-
c ,.~ "3 c. ~~ B icies being followed by certain land workers for the Greater Mi- visions, according to figures from
OPCD BOrdan Sign fact high Florida Klan officials who ami Committee for Bonds oi Is- | June x through July 12.
LOJ W (JTA) The Gov- I were violating the rules of the rael Government will meet; ZQA ha sold 147 oonds for
emmT
have
ship,
pact,
released,
to Spain
it Jordan and Spain i organization bv using it for polit-: Thursday, July 26, at the Ryal i $35 oob; Hadassah, 163 bonds for
P a treaty of friend- ical purposes which he pointed Palm Hotel to report on the $35 55Q. and Miami Hebrew
.eiout was contrary to the by-laws progress of the summer competi- &h','d Congregation, six for
n and provisions of the charter. | tion of the Council of Organiza- $2,550.
treaty
is learned here The
text has not yet been
V ttj SMS *ttttt&!& I ^e meeting is scheduled for I *S** -g
B-iL______.___________LL* months ago announced 11 a.m. in the hot,, cardj^m. bonds for.$000. FJjband.,U for
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one for $50.
Pioneer Women hold down sec-
ond place with 48 bonds for $7 -
600; Mizrach women. 13 fir, >'.,-
1 950: American Jewish Congress,
13 for $1,450; B'nai B'rith, five
for $400.
Kneseth Israel has sold seven
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5 Jews Reeeive
Servic*e Awards
NEW YORK (AJP) Five
leading Jews were among the 25
men and women judged to be
the private citizens who have
done the most for government in
New York in the past twelve
months. The awards presented
by a civil service journal were
announced this week.
Among those awarded "in rec-
ognition of the outstarding con-
tributions that private citizens
are cnostantly making to the
public service," were Bernard F.
Gimbel. department store mag-
nate; Gen. David Sarnoff, of
R.C.A., presidert *>f the Citizens
Committee of New York City
and Milton M. Bergerman, presi-
dent of the Citizens Union.
Hungarg Deports
Jews* Christians
VIENNA (JTA) Reports
reaching Jewish groups he:
from Hungary reveal that three
times weekly trains leave Buda-
pest with Jewish and Christian
deportees for unnamed destina-
tions. Families are allowed to
take with them 60 pounds of lug-
gage. Their furniture and other
belongings is being taken sway
in trucks "to be sent later by
f: eight trains."
Upon arrival at the place of
destination, the deportees are
"housed" in stables without beds
or cooking facilities. All abli-
bodied men and women are
forced to work not less than 12
hours a day to earn their food.
The aged and those who are un-
able to work are charged double
for the food if they have money
to buy it, the reports state.
Federation Executive
Meeting On July 26
The Maclver Report, the rela-
tion between the bond campaign
and the United Jewish Appeal
and the election of a nominating
committee will be the chief items
on the agenda of the executive
committee of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation when it meets
on Thursday, July 26, at 8 p.m.
Also to be discussed is the
supplemental campaign for funds
for the local agencies, which is
now being conducted by Feder-
tion. To date $12,000 in addition-
al pledges have been turned in.
Next major effort is slated for
the fall, according to Baron de
Hirsch Meyer, chairman.
Working on the supplemental
drive are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Duntov, Max Orovitz, Sam Lach-
man, Mrs. Juliet Oshlag, Sidney
Berr.baum, Albert Comanor, Mrs.
I Benjamin Appel.
Rritish Zionists
Hit ZOA Support
Of Israeli Party
LONDON (JTA) Leaders of
i the British General Zionist Party
Morday criticized the Zionist Or-
! ganization of America for "col-
1 lecting signatures" to a petition
1 calling for unity between the
General Zionists and the Pro-
gressive Party in Israel. Ttoe
British leaders were refcrrirg t>
j a joint petition signed by the
I General Zionist parties of 16
countries.
In a statement, they declared
that they believe that "unity in-
side General Zionism car. be pre-
served if no meddling and Der-
nuious interference takes place
with party politics in both sec-
' tions of the Israel General Zion-
ists." They claimed that "the
Gereral Zionist bodies through-
out the world who have become
sigrstories to the Z.O.A. round-
robin are being misled by t.'e
' one-sided and not always truthful
presentation of news by the
! Z.O.A."
A special meeting of the British
Mapai Party today rejected the
idea of merging all Ziorist Par-
' ties in each country outside Is-
rael into a single, overall Zion-
ist body. The executive explain-
ed that it felt that such a syst
would be difficult to organize
I here.
Buair.t old diary, just brought to light by then a youth of 19. told how. as part of a band
3*ican Jewish Archiyei of the Hebrew 0f 50, he helped hold off a thoutand warring
ollege-J.wiih Institute 0*1Religion. Sig- IndiaM. His diaryi ,n important historical find.
blesinger (abor). Jewish scout from J .
|d. recorded how ha "scalp! 3 Indians \ h" b**" <*<*<* to the Archires coLacrion of
a coyote and oat him ." during the Jewish Americana at the College-Institute in
Batcher Island in 1S6I. Shlesinger. Cincinnati.
French General Zionists
Support Israel Party
PARIS (JTA)A conference of
General Zionists of France and
North Africa this week-end a-
dopted a resolution expressing
solidarity with the General Zion-
ist Party of Israel.
Resolution Rejected
WASHINGTON (JTAi A
motion that "the Louis D. Brar-
Idais Zionist District of Wash.
I ton, D.C.. in conformity with I
1 traditional policy of the Zio
' Organization of America, is a-
gainst interference in the intei
political affairs of Israel, and :-
rfamst identification with any
I political party in Israel." receiv-
ed a tie vote in the execu'
I committee of the District. Ml
Joseph Andelman. president o
j the Brandeis District, broke the
i tie with a vote cast in opposition
: to the resolution. The motion
was presented in connection with
the Z.O.A. decision to support the
General Zionists in Israel adopt-
, ed last month at the Atlantic City
convention.


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By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Arrogant Naris. -ho laged ization pro. Mo.
and ird I 1 m t Eur- Adenau
re than six the sam. nei
Hi! restore 1
, .- f nizatioi
AmericanJ
re for the n ...
lermai Sta! :
: too mm
I n ee! of that such protest may
lespite 1 I as nee to 1
. jist Part
urged by t
[er.ee of Nazism a ti-S C ty Council
itisn in I I tin8 '
il ition an I i litai
' All this is comii I :.: G> rmany if th
. pedient" m< alt the re in my waj
man ......... :
thou. .>f the p ist Jewish deferse agencies
interested in presi lorn Y >rh were qu ite I by tl
are trcerned lest th cure be- as saying that "communists
strous as the sick- their sympathizers have recently
in'.-.. Our government, ever, been exploiting Jewish :
seems bent on imitating the com- <>n questions related to Gei
munist program oi re-arming many."
Germans in the Soviet zone of Gorman Charge DAfl
Germany. Heinz L Kvekeler, wl
When President Truman sked Consul General in New York,
Congress to end the technical entertained for the first time in
state of war with Germany, he Washington recently. His dinner
said such action "will represent .,t the Carlton Hotel feat
another and logical step on the guest of honor Dr. Ludwig Er-
road which leads t iwards the hard. Minister of Econon
eventual restoration if G n t e new German Republic [t
lependence." Congres ed ,- about two years i
to his bidding, and All: li I i Erl ird was honored at anol
icted iien more quickly, al affaii ;it another hotel in W
though million n west- ington The earlier a::
ern Europe and Israel t 1 it tei lered by a
Germany is not yet I many names known among I
restored to respe I '. Yorkville Nazis and .- i-Nazi el-
re-in : Nazi y ements in Ameri
is dilficult fur its inn i Tl 51 it [si lei w -
tims to ace pi ted ith the development an.i
In Bonn. Germany, A erican issued i brave tat ent
Army offici ils h ive b nst the Jev
with Nazi General Ha 5 li : an Israel F i
and Chancelloi Konrad A Ministi
with a view to putting gard He
I elite young men nt it that "I >i twelve j
hob-nailed boots A nst the Jewish people w I
igo, High Com:- | hostile cause
J. McCloy held hush- tence unparallelled
in Washington, Lmmedial if- in my war Such a course
t< r his r.-turn to Bonn the 6,000,000
ed conversations I *-s in Europe
leaders to speed up the remilitar- "Six u iftet nd >l
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The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association
Affilialed Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
ADVISES THE PUBLIC
To make sure that they are getting the Kashruth they are
paying tor in the product they obtain
Watch for the s;5n of the G.M.V.H. ," -~; the crgar.:;,-
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to the Peonle.
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The ''Tireless Three" for the Greater Miami campaign for
Israel Bond campaign are these hard-working bond saleswomen,
all members of Hadassah. Mrs. Harry Platoff center, has sold the
most bonds during the summer competition of the Council of
Organizations, while Mrs. Miriam Press, left, and Mrs. Jack Udell
are tied for second place. A :>J______________
tilil G< not yel
xpial ratioi
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JULY 20. 1951
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PAGE 3 A
7/ Say...
Du Hg the trust busting, muck raking ei a in Ami -
ory. when the Standard Oil Company was
nod 9,000,000. Theodore Roosevelt had occasion
rk: There are good and bad corporations.
K paraphrase the robust President by declar-
e ar good and bad Synagogues?
Rku\-iro SUBJECT
i ^kmful to discuss this embarrassing subject.
;, minorities are naturally sensitive about re-
f-aliinBhabbiness or turpitude in their midst. But
Jgeai patients by plunging a scalpel into the
id releasing the festering poison. Exposure
city might help to banish the evils in a
community.
Congregations, Good and Bad
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
tANT AFFAIR
_fy a friend invited me to lunch. He had
g to relate. Monsigneur Barry had appeal-
^K for assistance to a Rabbi, whose congre-
ithheld or refused months of salary. The
Hid an eviction notice served upon him for
ncnt of rent; obviously his situation was
despe H. Yet it is difficult to grasp the psychology
bi who would apply to a Catholic Priest to
I with the members of his Synagogue. But
ryman seems to have a penchant for the
i^Starting to preach in the Orthodox fold,
Ogressed as far as the Reform Rabbinate.
pe he will not stray further and wind up
urch. Such things have happened, you
AL OBLIGATIONS
s it necessary, people ask, to enlist the
Ices of Monsigneur Barry, excellent a
as he is. Isn't there a Rabbinical Asso-
mposed of about 20 members? Surely
ent spiritual leaders have prestige. The
if their combined influence should bring
pnt congregation to its heels. Further-
are backed by their boards, vestries, and
on. And if the culprit group could not
to terms the sum of money required
could be raised in a community that spends about
$2,000,000 a year on religion and philanthropy. Alter
all, the gentry of the Cloth have* as much responsi-
bility as the Anti-Defamation League in averting a
Chtllul Hashem.
LAY RESPONSIBILITY
But what impels a Congregation to force its Rahtoi
into becoming a mossur'! In hiring a spiritual lead-
er, the membership should know its resources and
understand its responsibilities. If the trustees have
a proper explanation, people are eager to hear it.
This scandal has brought the blush of shame upon
the community at large. The columns of The Jewish
Floridian are open to all who are involved in this
disgraceful business.
REFORM STANDARDS
The irony of the situation is that such flagrante
dehcto should occur in a "Temple'- that pretends to
be Reform. Now. Reform Judaism might be criti-
cised in matters of doctrine, of theology, of ritual.
But its shining virtues were always in decorum, in
conduct, in correct form. At the turn of the century
when poverty stricken immigrants were coming in
from recessive lands of diverse backgrounds, the
level of manners and honorable behavior were not
ot the highest. Refugees not vet community con-
scious would hold up the Reform Temple ag the
model of decency, honor, and gentility.
The group constituting this congregation are ob-
viously not of old American stock which had lived
under Reform influences for several generations.
The question is why did they form a Temple insttad
of a Shut? That brings up another question: Why-
do people without pietv or religious yearnings or-
ganize Synagogues at all? It would be gratifying to
contemplate the 20 congregations that sprang up in
Greater Miami within less than two decades were
they truly motivated by religious feeling. _______
THE CENTER, AS A SOCIAL INSTITUTION
The unwelcome truth is that religion has little
to do with such Synagogues. The substitute term
Center summarizes the tendency that identifies
Judaism with social intercourse. People are gregar-
ious and in need of group intermingling. So they
utilize an institution hallowed by time, by tradition.
The Synagogue can thus help to realize various am-
bitions: the housewife longing for social prestige,
the politican hungry for power, the lawyer in search
of clients, the doctor for patients, the insurance
^ nt f( r prospects, the nudnick for an audience,
the newly rich for display, the bored for amusement,
the frustrated for self expression.
ITS WORLDLINESS
And since the object is social then why not form
a Temple, which for a century has been identified
with fashion and exclusiveness. But an institution
to function must have the necessary paraphernalia,
viz: a building, an organ, a choir, a pulpiteer who is
a drawing card. So a rabbi is chosen who with elo-
quence and persuasive charm might draw money
out of prospective donors. If he fails to produce, he
forfeits position and back salary. The institution
then falls by the wayside.
AUTHENTIC SYNAGOGUES BY CONTRAST
Of course, this does not apply to all congregations
in our midst. Some have set splendid examples in
their relations with rabbis, institutions, and the
community in general. The Beach Center went in
the opposite direction and gave its young rabbi a
contract for life. Temple Israel made handsome
provision for the family of its rabbi, who died a
war casualty. Beth Sholom has developed a splen-
did institution out of its old structure, an example
to those who would splurge on vast ornamental
mosque-temples. Beth David, sorely pressed for
cash to finish its magnificent Synagogue, preferred
to sell its Talmud Torah Building to the Bureau of
Jewish Education for $5,000 less than offered by a
private investor.__________________________ _______
Sinai Opens School For Nursing
H)rovitz, president of Mount Sinai Hospital, has announced
the o Hig ot a School for Practical Nurses to open at the hospital
in September of this year.
In Muiounci: g the opening of the school. Orovitz stated that
"Mount Sin.i Hospital, ever on the lookout to serve our community
to the Utmost of its ability, is planning to inaugurate this school to
help alleviate the shortage of trailed personnel in our area by train-
ing qualified young women in
tion by the local Red Cross
Chapterutilizing the swimming
pool on the hospital grounds the auspices of the Miami Busi-
Hadassah Games Party
A games party will be held
M^Mlay, July 23, at 8 p.m. at the
Miami Home Milk Association,
2451 N. W. 7tt Avenue, under
3|| this most imortant health-saving
field."
; r The school, which will open on
;- September 17. will accept all
__ young Hnen between the ages
of 17' bd 35 years who are in
excell I mental and physical
health.
effort is being made
pital to reach and
e high standards re-
r.e
fl
of our children, aged and moth-
ers with newborn infants," Oro-
vitz said.
Courses will be given in nor-
mal structure and functions of
the body, nutrition and cooking,
housekeeping and home manage-
ment, nursing arts, the care of
mothers and newborn infants,
care and practice with the sick
quired i
tion
tion
and to
mil
and well child, care and practice
with aged and chronically ill,
the National Associa-j first aid and bandaging. Clinical
irse Educa- | experience will be provided at
Mount Sinai Hospital. In addi-
tion to the regular curriculum,
recreational and social activities
will include swimming instruc-
the sick and injured
rticipate in the corn-
program for maintain-
feguarding the health
s:-
:tion Forms
led To Capital
lications received by
District Office, U. S.
of Commerce, for
duetto
be
accos
*ust
lor
Oldest Investment Bank
Buys Israel Bonds
Alexander Brown & Sons of
Baltimore, the oldest investment
banking firm in the country, re-
under National Pro- I cently purchased $25000 in State
hority Order M-4 will \ of Israel Bonds, it was announced
d to Washington im- I this week. The purchase was
for processing under I made by Benjamin Howell Gris-
lled Materials Plan, | wold III, a partner in the firm,
o Marion A. Leonard, | who is a di.rect descendant of the
_ \ man who founded the company
ager | in 1800.
all applicants | ..,t |g fl rea, pleasure for our
firm to participate in this his-
toric economic undertaking,"
Griswold said in making the pur-
chase in behalf of his firm. None
of the members of the firm is
Jewish.
In another impressive indica-
tion that State of Israel Bonds
are achieving wide recognition
as a good investment, the firm of
John C. Legg & Co. of Baltimore
has purchased $10,000 in State of
Israel Bonds. As in the case of
Alexander Brown Sc Sons, the
firm of John C. Legg & Co is
non-Jewish.
an allotment of con-
iterials, in addition to
tion. for construction.
> become eligible for
1 of their application
th quarter allotment,
cations must be filed
Won forms with in-
Jnay be obtained at the
Brict Office, 947 Sey-
ing. Leonard said.
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Classes will be held on an
eight-hour day, 40-hour week
basis over a period of 12 months,
with each student entitled to an
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Upon successful completion of
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FACE 4 A
>JtistrkrkHar
FRIDAY. JULY 20
EDITORIAL
IsraH And (jcrmany
The Big Three decision to end the state of
war with Germcny is purely a matter of ex-
pediency. With Russia and the satellite coun-
tries showing their lustful teeth, the statesmen :r.
the western countries no doubt feel that a power-
ful Germany is imperative to the defense of Eur-
ope m the event cf war with the Soviet Union.
And when expediency becomes the motive of
political action moral considerations, even to the
small extent that they ere operative in interna-
tional affairs, are totally discarded to the winds.
One would think the'. England, having felt
the ruthless hand of the German barbarians, had
no! yet forgotten the cruel bombings to which its
innocent population had been subjected. Certain-
ly the ruins of London still stand as mute and
horrible witnesses to German criminality. Nor
.s il thinkable that France, which has been humil-
.c:ed and torn cpart physically as well as moral-
ly, by German militarism would be so quick to
tercet and forgive. Nor would any man in full
:: ever, particl sanity ever have predicted that
:.-.e United States, which twice has come to the
succoi oi a Europe under threat of extinction by
the Herrnevolk, would so soon countenance a
sneke whose fangs heve not been fully clipped.
Certainly nothing thai is happening in Germany
warrants the cd-:ssion of that country
:. : --e family c: nations.
Perhaps what we ere witnessing is a mani-
reststior. c: the Christian concept of turning the
cv.e: ;r.ee:<. As for us, we prefer the ethical and
iSI stc.-.d taken by Israel. Israel, in this instance
speaking toi Jews has naturally refused to
rtes Great Britain and France.
h il voiced the rejection
ts the rejection itseii.
Big Three proposal,
"~ I ~onsol:na heights in
500 clergymen warn that anti-Semitism is
the responsibility of the Christian World end
must be eliminated
formulating its positicn. Its assertion that the
German war against the Jewish people cannot
be regarded as havina ended" certainly touched
the lacerated strinas in every Jewish heart
Germany has not made expiation for its ruth-
iless extermination of the six million Jews .:-. Ear-
lope, nor has it mede reparation for the Nczi
'crimes cccinst Jew* and neither has it dissoci-
Letters To The Editor "l%s.Wi!'!<'" ^rvU^T
^ m **w m^iailui JpWS |n Germany. Austria. Ifal>
Yhiva M<^ial School
The disclosure that New York City had
ed into an arrangement with the Yeshitnl
versity. placing the facilities of its new*.]
pital at the disposal of the Yeshiva
School, is both a tribute to the humanity |_
world's most cosmopolitan city and to the I
inative leadership of the institution.
The integration of a Jewish-sponsored i
school with a publicly supported hospital i
experiment which will be closely watched]
it may well hold the key to the solution
of the most irritating problemsthe dis
tory practices of colleges in admitting Jem]
field in which they have excelled over the
Dr. Samuel Belkin, erudite and energetic]
ident of the Yeshiva University, has pointed!
that the Medical School, the first in the
under Jewish sponsorship, will be wholly i
ated on a non-sectarian basis, with character^
ability as the sole criterion for the cdmisLc
students. It is needless to say that we are *:
in agreement with that policy, for thct is ,.-
obvious course for a great institution.
Yeshiva University has been over the
an inspiring example in scholarship. Thn|
the Medical School it will now have the
tunity to set an excmple of tolerance in
tion.
ated itself from the appalling record of Nc: *
Under these circurr.stcnces neither Israel :. qj
Jewish people elsewhere can ccnceivabl
sider the German w:r against them as R
ended. r-i
Fl
its
With :
Diplomat* Talk
Suoz Blockade
UN Urged To Interve:A
In Hungarian Expui.
NEW YORK tJTA) HIAS wl ,. applying*for tnv MILAN July 15 JT--1
will continu< its services in Ger- m ration 1 Australia and Can- appeal i the Unit. Vii
and Italy to Jews ada. a special bureau has been intervene with Hu ,rvlM
wno "' eligible for U.S. :l,! "" '' the headquarters in v ,-*;,, f i ." -
nation under the DP Act, Mu?*"; .. ~^1 ,",.!> I
'1 Temple I u failed the-scencs
' -:. to its obligations to !
' only Rabbi Mann, but'
- : Rabbi, David
Ri' vWnical A ,n of
Greater Miami
:i K.,plan
'lent
D THE RABBIS WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
oj other Jewi* DP', mort of I ^^^^^^^ ^^ip of >
Latest Israel Film Drama Thrills Preview Audienc^
r %2*r^%3Sr*"
accepting such a
ssffl&ass*
The Rabbinical Association
of Greatei Miami
JACOB H. KAPLAN
President
&" *.....'<
Ml
St.
A boy from Iraq and nil friind
from drmony.
t/
"ht jJltahVJ! Fr'0a' '" 1927
tre M r'd,an "' 12 N-
treet. Viami in. p
red as -
E.
orida. En
Ionian. Israel
ll the mer-
S "i column*-
On.8UyB.SCT!rT'ON RATES
-T *- z-{tS
(whole southern area"for .""tS
month period
TGNT CITY. ,sraers lalesl faate^,^
| trays the touchingly dramatic story ol life in
umentary, which fB
an immigr
kos
FRED K. SHOCHET~
Editor and Publithtr
LOUIS ARONOVITZ
Newi Editor
OFFICE and PLANT
120 N. E. Sixth Street
Telephones 2-11412-8212
VOLUME 24
! of the commander, under hTaJs-
armistice Commission
'< Syrian Government has;
asked Iraq to withdraw Iraq,
sent to Syria's aid duriri
the recent fighting in the He
mahraS ?n,e f, the Huteh
marsh area in Israe it was an i
BeirufSJS a b"^-*t "?K
Be irut radio monitored here The
j announcer said that th
TAMIW7T7 ie ci,, lnt s"uation on the tv,r,iQ. u-..
TAMMUZ 16, 5711
I quieted down.
on the border has
_ he United Jewish Appeal and the United Palestine App*
^ltod organizations and aroup. throughout the c<*f
try. The new film. which received ^ ^
from preview audience, for it. warmth and comp.ll*
realism depicts conflict, and tensions that arUe when'
family from Iraq U assigned to live in the nne tent **
a family horn Germany. Produced and writWn by .
STtl 1 8,0rY 8Wn throUh h y~ ol a sensiti
hoLl JT baq' Qnd WOV#a ^o the daily K


Y. JULY 20, 1951
age Announced
* kvistfhridlian
PAGi; 6 A
Mount
Sidney Kraemer
id Mrs. Samuel Slotnick
Beach and Atlantic City
the marriage of their
Ruth, to Sidney
son of Mr. and Mrs.
kraemer of Mount Clcm-
lide was graduated with
from the University of
fania, where she ma-
music. The groom at-
Miami Beach Col-
Commerce and Detroit
University.
dding took place in
(tmens on June 21.
ilies are prominent in
business and are con-
ith the Hotel Good in
ach, Hotel Ostend in
City and Kraemer's
n Mount Clemens.
ion To Mark
iolden Anniversary
veAnd Bar Mit/viili
u. Tnvitatio
or a reBeption in honor of the
'iftieth wedding anniversary of
VIr. and Mis. Samuel Blumenfield
md tlivBar Mitzvah of their
I Henri Fernand Wolfe,
;on t B>llr children Rose and
Jhari (Wolfe, all of Miami
Sprint*.
Turs will be held at the
iami Springs Jewish
;y Center on Sunday.
\t 7 p. m.
Mrs. Blumenfield have
jents of Miami for the
pis having moved here
Ingfield, Mass. They
le first vegetarian dairy
I food restaurant in the
^^^H are still semi-active in
^krving busines.

Bar Mitzvah
Mitzah of Ronald Lee
C'H Bson of Mr. and Mrs.
\lber Mcowitz, 541 S. E: 7th
St., 1 Bi, will take place Sat-
urday July 21,
at 9 a. m. at the
Hialeah Miami
Springs Jewish
Community Cen-
ter, 951 E. 4th
A v e. Hialeah.
Leo Heim, t he
Center's Hebrew
school teacher
will officiate.
The young
man is a student
at Hialeah Jun-
ior High School.
Bh will follow the ccre-
a dinner for the im-
fcrmly will be held Sat-
>:30 p. m. at the Tro-
ktaurant, Miami Beach.
)yed Gentleman
le to share his 2-bed-
ne with young couple
lature women. Keeps
louse. Call 83-5981.
|H. CENTNER
Optometrist
Jizing in eye exami-|
and the fitting of,
announces the open-]
[his new office at
S.W. 8th Street
? uri: t A.M to 1:30 P.M.]
rfnB, by appointment
lone 82-9764
Sarita Shu I man To
Wed Harvey H. Stahl
Betrothal of Miss Sarita Shul-
man to Harvey H. Stahl, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Stahl,
5161 S.W. 4th Street is being an-
nounced by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Shulman 1230 S.W.
2nd Avenue.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami High School, where she
was a member of Tau Alpha
Omega. A former Sweetheart of
AZA, Miss Shulman is now at
tending the University of Miami.
Mr. Stahl was graduated from
Miami High School and the Uni-
versity of Miami and is now in
the Armed Forces stationed at
Fort Jackson, S.C.
The couple will be feted at a
reception Saturday night at the
Shulman home. The event will
also celebrate Miss Shulman's
birthday.
Betrothal of Min Rita
Schechter to Stanley Silber.
730 12th Street, Miami Beach,
hat been announced by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Murray
Schechter. 1330 Pennsylvania
Avenue. She is a student at
the University of Miami.
linfaimI. Israel
Sign Trade Pact
STOCKHOLM ham Nissan, Israeli envoy to the
Scandinavian countries, has sign-
ed an exchange df letters with
the Finnish Foreign Minister pro- I
viding for an extension of trade I
between Finland and Israel, it J
was reported here from Helsinki, i
The agreement provides for an I
additional $1,000,000 trade, bring-
ing this year's total to $6,000,000.
While in Helsinki, the Israel en-
voy attended the opening session
of the annual congress of the
Scandinavian Jewish Youth Un-
ion.
An Israeli police official has
arrived in Stockholm to study |
Swedish penal methods and ad- I
ministration. He is Ram Salmon,
director of the Israel Ministry of |
Police, who is making a two-
month tour of Europe, studying !
prison methods and systems for
possible adaptation to Israeli re- '
quirements.
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JOHN BITTER. Cor.ducto,
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Sunday. July 22. 6:30
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PAGE 6 A
"Strictly Neighbors"
By HELEN ALPERT
fSS tl Hi-Grad, F
floridian ;:
to "Hel] Inc." I passed
S larry initial
; ped .
ed for funds that litl
: rhal they have to ha\
My Own Pickups: 1
Hank Meyer is in New York, streamlining new airline pro-
motions for this area Jack Ross of the Miami Beach
Chamber of Commerce has taken Bea to Philadelphia, for medi
:al attention. Rhoda Levine reports that no one is sure. yet.
cf extactly what's to be cone Our own Harold Kaye. popular
lensman. was married on June 29 in Atlantic C-ty to Beatrice
Harris. Be happy! The University of Florida's Jane Gold-
stein is home with Mom for the summer, and achinq for a
rip to New York. With me again, she says. Janie claims the
highlight of hir life happened that afternoon in St. Augustine,
when I snagged traffic for miles, deciding which road was
prettier. A second highlight happened outside of Kingston.
N. Y.. when I went 45 miles the wrong way wistfully asking
all the time. "Who moved the Hudson River to the other side.
do you suppose?"
After this trip, finding we couldn't trust the Chevrolet. I
got a Pontiac. I'm weaning it to smell the right direction
5:gma Delta Tau:
A .. nths ago, 50 women in Greater Miami met
- vi i i the> had tremendous things in common Thej
nd univ< rsities and sororitj
past week, thi- presence I thei rial
R. Lorenz. and her intention I n ake M
: iappj erii f event I Interestii
s tion is i ffii ially taking place launched
n at 1 & Isli
-: T list pened with the first chapter it C nell
zy feeling foi them, because Hilary will live in I
. ..-. t Con Septemberso I rang up Mrs. Emanui
chairman, originally from the Ui
: Illin is Als : I Illinois chaptei is Mrs. A Herbert Mathes
'.: B i' Waller From the U. of Michigan Mrs
Donald Mis ..- ft Vi e-president locally is Mrs. Philip L .
is Mrs J L. Jackson. Publicity section is headed by Mrs
." :. >...:
Bevy of E^auties
The Southern Radio Queens contest is drawing big atten-
tion. All the lovelies are staying at the Delmonico Hotel in the
Tashionble Sixties." Some are exceptionally talented. In
their honor. Councilman Mel R;chards and Bernard Frank offi-
ciated at the premiere dinner at the Delmonico. with Courtesy
Cards of frlandshio to the girls and their hometown radio sta-
tions through the South.
Hosts with Max Benkowitz were Bronx hotelmen Sam
Frankel. Sam Bialkin and Mack Wiener Frankel, particularly.
is the famed philanthropist. They're here with their wives and
families. Miniature Radio Queen right now is the Wieners' beau
tiful baby granddaughtershe belongs to Mr. and Mrs Dave
Spindel!
Do You Take Advice?
Don't miss 'Streetcar Named Desire." ..t the Roosevelt Theatn
Incidentally. Tennessee Williams is due down here in a bit
get himself a house in Kev West
Courtesy Pays:
I thir.k the Sheridan Theatre will set the stage for the Satu I
esentation of S2.i government bonds to the four Courtesy
nth Most appealing letter to the Chamber of
>mmittee came from a thirteen-year-old girl
wrote: 'Dear Mr Courtesy Committee: I wish to nominate C E
-ayi at G vernors Cafeteria. He always treats me fine 1
ny age, and in other cafeterias 1 guess they think
I won teat a big check, because usually they ignore me. But he
This rocked Herb Gimbel'
Me, toebecause when I read the letter I discovered that I
my own Brett who sent it:
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Ml ::.:, -> of the W n< Bet
ti i Govi rnment Club of Gn i.
Miami will bid bon vovag. i
Mrs. Irene Lippens. 98 N W 27tl
Street, at a meeting to be held
Tuesday. July 24. at
her hi i
Mrs Lippens. who h. .
resident of Miami for the pa-t 3*>
years, will sail for Europ, |
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Benefit of
MIAMI JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER
Seren Sea, Dream Boat
Tuet. July 24. 8.-4S P. M
*U0 lnC- T* Call 35489
Mrt. Raymond Chishny
Miss Ethel Mintzer, daughter
: Ml I Ml I 1- Mint.-er. 5!0
Di i\. Miami Beach,
the bridi Lt Col. Ray-
I M Chisling, -in of Mr. and
. .:i: H Chisling of For- ico the couple will resnirtM
Venetian V>.,\ fa: i.'f^
V
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regional president of iv^H
Lt. Col. Chisling attniH
lumbia University aul
World War II ,,-rved tiM
more than half oversea* ^B
After a wedding trip l^H
est Hill LI., on Sunday in the
stud\ ol Rabbi Leon Kronith
Foi hei wedding, the bride
wn of mauve linen ap-
vitl lace ind ombroider-
H< i illusion veil
attached to .. matching
She carried orchids on a
fan
Mi .i k S Mint ter-in-
f thi ide. w.i- matron of
nd E. Finn ; .
cousin of thi bri legroom, was
best ma i
is held in the Mo
R f the Cas ihinnca
itely following th<

Thi new Mrs Chi-lmg was
lated fi om Floi ida Sti '<
i she W8I .
Di ts Phi Epsilon
ind is now Southern
Mrs. Spaet Appointed
Harold B Spaet has been
ted chairman of the Flor-
State Conference of Social
workers convention to be held
November 14 to 17. Morris I
president, announced
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rsonally Speaking
arrivals at Duncraggan Inn. Hendersonville. N.C..
[and Mrs. Abe Kurman, Mr. and Mre. William B.
I and Mrs. Fred Bloom. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wer-
and Mrs. Jack Oshman and family. Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bernstein, Mr. ad Mrs. Al
d family, David Catsman, Dana Sage and Dr.
arz.
* *
g at the Marseilles Hotel, Miami Beach, are
H. Ostrofsky and daughter of St. Louis. While
being entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mill-
ily of 152 N.W. 43rd Place, former residents of
*
JaiB Landau left last Friday for a two-week vaca-
r brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Lan-
u, Bulleke, L.I. She will be away for two weeks
* *
ViBiUnJ members of her iamiiy in South and North Caro-
.tf's_MrJ A. Pepper, 507 S.W. 19th Avenue. On August 4,
^ind his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ill join her at Lakeside Inn, Hendersonville NC
* *
Mrs. Philip Catsman, 2230 S.W. 21st Avenue, left
r an extended vacation in the North. Their first
In Hendersonville, N.C. From there, they will pro-
fins Lake, Mich., and on September 2, they will
'- golden wedding anniversary with relatives and
t, Mich.
* *
Df. aril Mrs. Max Pepper and son, Marshall, left Friday
a hve Mek motor trip which will take them to Tulane Un:
^^B |w Orleans, Chicaao and Wisconsin. In Chicago,
' ) l-^'Brill visit Michael Reese Hospital.
* *
relatives and friends in New York are Mr. and Mrs.
line, 5300 S.W. 5th Terrace, their daughter. Al-
n. Billy. Mr. Sunshine was recently elected vice
' the Miami Chapter of Odd Fellows.
* *
cd Mrs. Simon April left this week for points north.
will fcp in Savannah, where they will be the guests of
son low and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. H. Blumenthal.
v and New York are also on their itinerary.
' . ami ']. Jerry Palmer. 6437 S.W. 10th Terrace. West Miami.
J^i'Lff3 brn IuIy 12 al Victoria Hospital." The mother is
^>nila Sendeil, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. [. Sendell
prternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Sidney R.
iami Beach.
* *
>rt J. Balkin and children, Joan Liberty and Louis,
Mrs. Balkin's parents in Cincinnati. Mr. Balkin is
"or of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith.
-Jewlsti norXHan
Mildred Zalka, David B. Hipsman Betrothed
Mildred Zalka

i Eleanor Cohen Wed
] In Lace And Net
Miss Eleanor Cohen chose white
I Chantilly lace and Swiss net for
her wedding to Bernard Bennett
Weintraub on Sunday at 2:30 p.m.
Rabbi Simon April read the
double-ring service in the Italian-
American Club.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Irving Cohen,
2158 S. W. 15th Street. She was
given in marriage by her father.
Parents of the bridegroom are
Mr. and Mrs. William Weintraub,
3670 S. W. 9th Terrace.
Her gown was fashioned with
fitted bodice, off-the-shoulder
neckline with illusion yoke and
bouffant net skirt. Her French
illusion veil fell from a lace cap.
Mrs. Jack Somberg, sister of
the.bridegroom, served as matron
of honor. She wore a Nile green
ballerina-length frock of nylon
marquisette.
Miss Sandra Cohen was maid
of honor for her sister. Other
bridal attendants were Miss Shir-
ley Schwartz, Nashville, Tenn.
cousin of the bride, and Miss
Marilyn Cohen Newark. N. J.
Jack Somberg was best man
for his brother-in-law. Seating I
guests were Herbert Seltman, |
Burt Eaton and Herbert Hirsch.
A reception followed the cere-
mony.
A late fall weddirg in Miami
is being planned by Miss Mildred
Virginia Zalka. whose engage-
ment to David Bernard Hipsman,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Allan
Hipsman, Brooklyn, has been an-
nounced by her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Nathaniel Zalka. 1446 Lenox
Avenue. Miami Beach.
The couple was honored at a
cocktail party Sunday afternoon
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Rosen, uncle and aunt of
the bride-elect, in Brooklyn.
Miss Zalka Is interning as a
dietician in Brooklyn Jewish
Hospital. A native Miamian, she
was graduated from Miami High
School and Florida State Univer-
sity, where she was president of
Delta Phi Epsilon sorority and
served on the evecutive council
of Panhellenic Association.
The prospective bridegroom
was graduated from Erasmus Hall
and attended Hamilton College,
Clinton. NY., and Brooklyn Col-
lege. He received his degree from
City College of New York, where
he was elected to Beta Alpha Psi.
national accounting honorary. He
is now a candidate for a master's
degree at New York University.
Bernard B. Geltners
I To Live In Chicago
After a honeymoon in Miami
Beach, Bernard B. Geltner and
his bride, the former Susan Lew-
j is, are making their home in
. Chicago. Their wedding took
i place on July 8 at Beth El Syna-
gogue with Rabbi Murray Grauer
officiating.
The bride is the daughter of
the late Mr. and Mrs. Adolph
Lewis of Hamburg, Germany.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Geltner, 1784
S.W. 5th Street are parents of
, the bridegroom.
Given in marriage by Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney H. Palmer, the bride
had as her only attendant the
bridegroom's sister, Miss Sara
Mae Geltner.
Sgt. Herbert B. Geltne of the
Marine Corps came from Cherry
! Point N. C, to serve as his broth-
er's best man.
A reception in Dora August
| Memorial Hall followed the cere-
mony.
The bridegroom is Studying for
his M.A. at the University of
Chicago.
_________________PAGE/A
Albert GJeibermans
To Beside In Miami
After a honeymoon along the
east coast, Albert Gleiberman
and his bride are living at 2224
S.W. 6th Street.
Their double-ring nuptial serv-
ice was read by Rabbi Aaron
Mrs. Albert Gleiberman
Charney July 1 in Steiner's Hall,
. Newark, N. J.
The bride is the former Miss
Goldie Weinberger, daughter of
: the Jacob Weinbergers, Bayonne,
' N. J., who gave her in marriage.
i The bridegroom's parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Max Gleiberman, 2224
S.W. 6th Street.
Miss Harriet Weinberger serv-
ed as her sister's maid of honor.
Solomon Gold of Brooklyn was
best man.
The former Miss Weinberger
was graduated from Bayonne
Senior High School. Her hus-
band is a graduate of Princeton
and the University of Miami.
Completes Course
Pvt. Rodney Emanuel Rosenz-
weig. son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Rosenzweig, 1557 Meridian Av-
enue, Miami Beach, has success-
fully completed the eight-week
'Leader's Course" conducted by
the Specialist Training Regiment
of the 8th Infantry Division at
Fort Jackson, &C.
Pvt. Rosenzweig is a graduate
of the Westhampton Beach High
School in Long Island.
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FRIDAY. JULY 20. 1951
SEC. B *|
[New Kol Nidre Melody
Jewish Composer Schoenberg
it 76; Re-embraced Judaism
4
NGELES (A JP) One
krld's greatest compos-
left Germany in 1933
accord because of Hit-
fcssion of the Jews
loenberg died here
after a long illness. He
erg. a composed and
Iho invented the con-
|twelve-tone system,
i/as considered a revo-
bn music. Though his
ited some of the storm-
Jions in cpnservative
cles, Schoenberg's con-
lo musical theory was
pepted as being among
$t of the era.
yish composer broke
the established har-
ps and instead formu-
velve-tone system by
twelve tor.es of the
I scale were of equal
in Vienna on Sept.
choenberg played the
he age of 12 and des-
[ions of poverty tuin-
Itudy of music. As a
?rberg was convert-
rael Arabs
iman Salute
|GTON (AJP)Presi-
hn gave a friendly re-
week to a group of
[yptians whose leader
are had told a nation-
audience that Arab
i Israel "'was out of the
visitors represented
___ Town Hall Mission
Htosen to return a visit
fcvn Hall Seminar to
19.
lamel Selim Bey, who
tn invitation to the
|o visit Egypt said on
ist on "J.s Peace Pos-
Middle East?" that
iremely unrealistic to
ice between the two
simply out of the
. Israel "the darling
fand the United States, |
nited Nations."
j Truman told the del- :
It he hoped to visit I
on as he was "freer." |
jngton stop was the |
Ition-wide tour by the
|ejor cities before the !
July 15 for home.
Id the town meeting
pal differences "with |
Britain are prevent-
tuking proper meas- |
fcnse against the real
Jtying our hands be-,
|cks. so to speak, and .
ng us from standing
ie our democratic!
e would like to do." ,
ed to Christianity, but following
his successes in later years and
or the eve of Hitler's advent to
power in 1933, i.:s composer re-
embraced Judaism and on his
own accord left Germany in pro-
test to discrimination against
Jews.
In 1938, the composer was call-
ed upon by Rabbi Jacob Sor.der-
ling, of Los Angeles, to write a
new melody for the traditional
Kol Nidre. Two years later,
Schoenberg became a United
States citizen.
Miriam Levy Wins
BBG District Office
Miriam Levy, former president
of Sl.olem 14, B'nai B'rith Girls,
was named second vice president
of the district at the annual con-
vention held at the University of
North Carolina ir Greensborough.
She will serve as a delegate to
the national conclave at the Uni-
versity of Illinois August 26-30.
The Sholem unit was awarded
the interfaith trophy "for out-
standing work in that field." The
group also took top honors in the
district pep song contest.
Myers Appointed
Bond Chairman
Temporary chairman of the
Greater Miami Committee for
Bonds of Israel Government is
Stanley C. Myers, Miami attor-
, ney and civic leader. Myers will
' serve during the absence of Dr.
Morris Goodman, chairman, who,
' left fo Europe last week.
Myers announced that with the
aid of the summer competition of
the Council of Organizations, the
I Israel Bond committee will at-
1 tempt to "materially increase our
I present sales total "of $o83,0')0."
Sales is Hollywood Fort Lau-
, derdale. West Palm Beach, Home-
I stead c-nd Key West boost the
South Florida figure past the
S600.000 mark.
Myers has been on the execu-
tive committee of the Bjnds of
Israel campaign since its begin-
! ning May 1. He is immediate
past president of the Council of
Jewish Federation, and Welfare
Funds.
Mrs. Oatis listens to her husband's "confession" on charge?
of spying for Ameiica against the Red Czechoslovakia. (Wide-
world Photo via American Jewish Press)
Imprisoned Newsman's Jewish Wife
Stands By Mate, Pleads For Release
Israelite Center Picnic
Plans are being formulated by
: the Israelite Center for a picnic
to be held at Crandon Park on
Sunday, August 5 beginning at
10 a.m., according to Irving
' Sperling president.
Mrs. Meyer Stussman is chair-
' man of the event. Games will be
played throughout the day, and
prizes will be awarded.
IT MY MILK
ST. PAUL (AJP)------The Jew-
ish wife, of imprisoned William
N. Oatis loyally stood bv her
husbard's side this week, though
I mystified by the swift events
! which led to his arrest on so-
called "espionage" charges in
! Czechoslovakia and a 10-year
i term for "spying"
"I don't want to sa\* anything
that's going to make it tougher
for William over there." the wife
of the Associated Press' Prague
bureau chief said. Oatis' impris-
onment is under lire from the
State Department, the AP, and
I other major news gathering agen-
j cies, as a blow to the free press.
Mrs. Oatis lives with her moth-
er, Mrs. M. R. Zack, widow of
the late Dr. Zack, pioneer den-
tist of Duluth, at her St. Paul
home. She plans to retain her job
as an advertising copy writer at
the Golden Rule, the wife told
Louis Greene, columnist for the
American Jewish World, local
English-Jewish weekly.
"It was a much-coveted assign-
ment," Laurabelle said, when
Oatis left to cover Prague for
the AP on June 23, 1950. "His
I weekly letters were cheerful. He
I enjoyed life in Prague very
j much, and wanted me to go back
I there with him to live after his
! tour of duty ended.
"But from his dispatches," she
added ruefully, "I gather there
' wasnT much doing there. So they
cooked something up."
Mrs. Zack only commented:
| "Bill is such a passionately truth-
i ful person, he couldn't do any-
thing dishonorable. The charges
are preposterous."
Laurabelle said "the State De-
partment has kept in touch with
me constantly on every aspect of
the situation." and promised to
seek release of her husband. She
went to New York to talk to AP
executives, and they also reas-
sured her.
She ir.arried Oatis in London
' a year and a half ago following
[ a four-year courtship. They met
| in New York, where both worked
' for the AP but, had fate so willed
it, they might have come together
. at the University of Minnesota,
where she studied journalism at
the same time as Oatis did, as a
'. GI student here.
JAdult Social Group
Will Sponsor Dance
The Adult Social Group of the
I Miami Jewish Community Cer-
! ter will hold a surprise dance on
1 Saturday, July 21, at 9 p.m., on
I the Center Patio. Men and
I women over 28, and unattached,
| are invited to attend.
On Wednesday, July 25, the
1 group will hold a business meet-
ing, followed by dancing and
dancing instructions.
A musicale will be held on the
patio on Wednesday, August 1.
Joe Mooney, who has been in
charge of the music clubs at the
Miami Beach Y and the Miami
Beach Community Center for the
past few years, will conduct the
musical program.
Mrs. Joseph Willen (Center), chairman of the committee on
education and social action of the National Council of Jewish
Woman, mat with Jeanelte WoIH (left), member of the Berlin
House of Representatives and chairman of the Berlin Jewish
Women's Club, and with Ruth Galinski (right;, deputy chairman
of the Berlin Jewish organisation, while on a six-week tour of
Germany as a member of State Department-sponsored par.el
of American women leaders. Mxs. Willen. on her recent return
to the United Sla.vs. declared that "the Jews ere a symbol to the
Germans of the guilt they dare not acknowledge." She believes
that the repressed guilt feelings of thj Germans are hindering
them from facing their responsibilities to the future,,
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FRIDAY,
iult!
Jewish Tennis Champ
The 'Gal' From Milwaukee Sets The Pace
By DAVID SCHWARTZ :
(Copyright. 1951, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
Milwaukee has long been famous for its pints It may be that
historv will record as its most famous product the "gal '"stfJa
I am* referring here not to liquid measurement but to Goldie
Mver^on. the Minister of Public Works lr Israel, who comes from
the Wisconsin city. It seems to me that her career sets new pre-
cedent in the field of woman's. en are concerned. It is the first
emancipate I country ,0 draft women for
That a woman should be in mnjtary service. It wouldn't
politics is not new in this :r orn- surprise me some day to see
:ng of the atomic age. Lnder tne j from Milwaukee"
President Roosevelt, there was, p,.Mi(ient of Israel. Come to
a woman in the cabinet. But the: ^nV. 0f jti ,j may be that
post of Mrs. Perkins, that of Sec-. women wouid make better
rttary of Labor, was not out of presid.nts than men.
keeping with tradition. The Sec-' Wause I believe
as Assistant Secretary of Defense seems, \me' here il ls H1"?' copped *P. *S5K
or War is also essentially within P">P havf men The Post- ,hip. S.T.M il; 24. ,and reside. ,n
the common tradition. Mrs. Ros- s4ter General should be a man. Orang*. NJ. Another Jewish net
er.berg's work has nothing to do Certainly the Secretary of War ftar. Herb Flamm. of Beverly
with shooting, or with maping should be a.mar.. As to the Sec- Hills. Calif., captured secono
strategy The only powder she I retary of State, maybe women piact tnni* honors at the tour-
comes near is fact- powder, would be better. The State De- ney.. American Jewish Press
_. .. .. .. partment s job is one largely of Photo)
But with Mrs Myerson the
cese is different. She is Min-
ister of Public Works and
Roads. Her job is not that of
seeing that the human equa-
tion is properly handled, but
the rougher job of getting roads
and such things built.
Violinists To Play
At Beach Concert
Lewis and Jean Hyde: Eley.
violinists, will be soloists at the
partment's job is one large]}
' communication and women are
better at this than men. Where
a man would sulk and retreat
before Stalir., a woman would
wear him out. I think one of
the best assurances of world
peace that v.c could devise would
be to make some smart *oman
Not so long ago. she was bit- ambassador to the Kremlin. Un- second in the series of Miami
terly attacked in the Knesset and cle Joe wouldn't have a chance. Beach pop concerts on Sunday.
h?r ,?,rrn'^n^eh ?"* ? d.efen2 The >s a story about the July 22. at 8:30 p.m. in the Mi-
med Z -Every sTone vou ^V**' bb< '"* bears on ami Beach Auditorium.
SK atVs. BS-fS 38 ft^H*** *& g ft John Bitter will conduct the
take and build roads with." hu?band Z^^n took "too manv ** iversity ol Miami Symphony
Its a hara. mans job that is airs to themselves. She said that Orch. ti \ ich will offer i i
KnirKh! nTSL? LiJer men forgot that the Talmud said :. Berlioz, Jerome Kern
e.T.ini.U she can make a better that Israel was redeemed from ,fth phiiin c
job o: it Woman has specialized Egyptian bondage because of the an John Philip Sousa.
glamorous. We could use virtue of her women T:- V!"''n duo will plav Dvor-
" 'The new'state 'rtu??*'^ 'But ,hal is onl>- hair the *- Slavonic Dane. N 1 and
aswe?"1^r.oTtakenV,ryad Stl?" "&* 8" 5~hPitzu 3. and Vivaldi's Concerto for Two
vanced ground as far as worn- 'lbbe to h,S wlIe- Wh.en .,nt. Violins.
Beach PTA Sponsors
First Aid Classes
PTA of the Miami Beach Bis-
cayne Elementary School is spon-
,].,--..s in Red Cross first
aid at the Company 3 Fire House, :
6880 Indian Creek Drive, accord-1
ing to the volu: toer instructor.
Cap! C. B Andrews of the Mi-
ami Beach Fire Department.
"This class is part of our com-
munity civil defense preparation
and the folks are going to meet
Tuesday and Thursday
morning from 10 to 11." Capt. j
Andrews explained. "Standard
lid is a must for every home
and the parents and teachers
have recognized the need for
starting this class."
The 18 hours of study will qual-
ify the trainees for the basic
skills of the Red Cross first aid.
Persons living in the area are
invited to atterd a class and reg- I
ister for training. In addition to '
the P.T.A. sponsored classes,
Capt. Andrews is volunteer in-
structor for the security police
classes being held at the Miami
Beach Legion Home.
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PAGE 3 B
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fvnish Groups Oppose ReiigUm*
MAtmaona fit Sehooi, Rabbi Says
NEW YORK (AJP)All major are so devoted to religion, we
Jewish groups are united in
their opposition to the introduc-
tion of religious instruction in
the public schools, the president
oppose trends that would weak-
en it, divide its adherents into
warring camps and ultimately
Hi',
t./e
fle has gone down
lame of Jewish ath- |
Javitt, number one i
in the country, bc-
fcewish player from ;
Jtates to win the
jampior.ship when
tie in England last
narkale feat. Ten-
peen very much of
lir that makes
Jewish player to
trier of anti-Sem-
is known to exist.
ritt made the grade
Jbute to his skill.
Jlis home in Orange,
(the day after his
lurn from Wimble-
llined comment on
anti-Semitism in
| question \-ou want
itself, and I'll be
ir them,'' he said.
r-old court star
jfhlv of Herb Flam
the outstanding
[whom he defeated
kals at Wimbledon.
ry good player
the country," he
of the largest and oldest labbini- j place the most sacred things un-
cal group asserted this week te der the cor.trol of the state."
answer to charges leveled four j ..0ur objective," he continued.
SSvnSn ^ a Ie3dmg C k t only to keep the schools
elergvman. | and teat.hers free but also t0
The declaration of unanimity keep American religion healthy
among Jewish groups :n opposi- an(i independent. Once our
tion to religious teachings ir. the churches and synagogues become
schools came as the latest devel- : dependent on public lunds and
a upon sepa I
The latest controversy followed est way."
passage by the annual convention : bi Bernsl i stressed his
of the Central Conference of support of affording (. Udren at-
Americar. Rabbis of a- resolution tending parochial schools the
supporting the barring of reli-|"sam< benefits" as stu-
gious instruction in the schools.' dents in the public schools, but
Rabbi Philip S. B-. rnstein's an- sanl he remained unalterably op-
BWer appeared
|j o- ociiumua an- cmm ...*-..*. ....-. -,- op-
id this week in a posed to the use of.public educa-
letter to" a leading New York tional fur.ds for sectarian funds
daily and was in reply to charges for sectarian religious purposes."
by Monsignor Johr. S. Middleton,
secretary for education to Car-
dinal Spellman. He said the
CCAR did not "represent the
unanimous conviction of Ameri-
can Jewry."
Will Lead Discussion
Dr. Robert Grayson, Miami
Beach pediatrician, will be dis-
cussion leader at a "parent-
counselor get-together" at the
Miami Beach Y on Tuesday,
July 17, at 8:30 p. :n.
The program will feat .
I film "Families First." which d-s-
wes adjustment in th
day lives of two families. Th
the first in a v get-l -
tort spons n i I by the i
: day camp parent's c m t-
public.
Masada Oneg Shabbat
Mian Beach Young Zionist
District (Masad
O.-eg SI
8:30 p.m. at the Indian Qi
H tel, !427 Indian ('
Bernice Dacks wil I .
m on "BlesBi I *
Match". F
singing and refreshments -.
1 low.
Emma Lazarus Unit
Slates Boat Cruise
A moonlight cruise aboard the
yacht Seven Seas Dreamboat will
be sponsored by Emma Lazarus
Chapter, B'nai B'nth, on Sunday
evening, July 22.
The boat will leave from Pier
10. City Yacht Basin, at 8:30 p.m.
In addition to a three hour
cruise around Biscayne Bay. en-
tertainment and dance contests
have been arranged.
Tickets are SI.25 per person
a: d mav be purchased at the pier.
.Mae Meyers is in charge of ar-
rangements, assisted by Edythi
Fleischer, Tina Fischer and Min-
:.itman.
52 Association
Fetes Veterans
Peggy Greer. well-known
Writing in his capacity as singer, headed a caravan of stars
who entertained for the veterans
at the Pratt General Hospital
Wednesday night.
Jimmie Burns, comedian and
Hri'.h Flam, Savitt
the U.S. Davis Cup
k K>lacc on the squad
ers i bi pr.t outlook for an
ican tory this year to
up Khe loss of the cup
i r BAustralia. Dick is
it Hi champ, too, hav-
t.'; Ktitle on his recent
, Hat skyrocketed him
li Hgnt.
ni the Davis Cup
. Kweekend," he told
A in Rng his future, "but
i Bn't know what my
m* -will Be. It depends on
Win in the opening
IHW B Japan in Louis-
f has the distinction
tl ir.-t Easterner nam-
. Hvis Cup team in a-
, Kb, lias been playing
...mil for decade, despite his
yuth.
startetHnvhen I was about
MjixBdeeade promises to
president of the CCAR. Rabbi
Bernstein blasted Msgr. Middle-
ton's charge that the stand tak-
en by the rabbis did rot repre- ,
sent "the common opinion of tap dancer: Lillian Martin, singe.,
Americans" 'p- B- Myrick and his Seacomber
"that not all Americans share the caL*rf"
views of the rabbis on this sub-
ject. However, it is also true that
a great many Americans do sup-
port their position, and they may
well be a decisive majority."
The party was given under the
auspices of the 52 Association of
Greater Mimai, who enterta.n the
wounded vets 52 weeks a year.
Hostesses were Mrs. Shirley
Gardner, chairman: and the Mes-
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"They are all opposed to re-
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and the use of public educational
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Answering Msgr. Middleton's
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+Je*lstiFk>rklk*r
FRIDAY. jJ
Is A "Near East Korea n The Wind f Make. it u. Por,
l> M I ^vi fc** M?v*wm-wm* united nations, n. y.
(An American Jewish Press
jre)
Fourth and Last in a Series
By VICTOR LASKY
There has also been a general
crack-down on Soviet agents in
Israel. An army sergeant who
El le confidential material on the
Israeli national defense set-up
was court-martialed and sen-
tenced to ten years in prison. The
Comunist agent to whom he I tl-
trusted the material got six years.
Despite t h e usual C""ninunist
howls about "framups" the ( \ -
. .-...:.. is | ntinue
exerci*'ng a tough line on any
illegal Soviet activities in Israel.
It has to, The Commui
have as much aS served notice
Near East Korea" may be
in the wind. In July. 1950. just
two weeks afti mmunists
marched in Korea, an official
warning was given to the State
: Israel. The Communist Party
-paper of Rumania made the
prediction that Israel would be-
come a warfront too. "Evidence
and
enoug
from
adventu
Israel
clea
fight.
plum. .
part of the world. Prime
tor David Ben-Gurion announced
recently, to anybody who w
terested. that an aggressor would
have to consider that "'in this
important corner of the globe we
constitute a force that must be
reckoned with."
2en-Gurion's statement made
severai otn>: things clear, too.
He said the? while his g
ment still hoped }'_' avoid n.\
ing itself in war if g
Off The Record
Israel will become a battle- ^"^fl^
Po.-n The Ambassador
field is contained in
the Americans are building a
very important strategic high-
way from Istanbul to Cairo, pass-
ing' through Israel" is the way
the newspaper put the matter.
Translated from the Communist
double-talk, the warning meant:
If Israel continues to support the
United Nations in Koarea, and if
intainues to cooperate gen-
with the Americans and
tish it may soon find itself in
the same Republic of
...... bi-
nd thn .as philosophi-
:. j has con-
build its di n> Early
this yea then visit 1 I
Lieut. Gen. Sir Brian
:.. the British Middle
-in-Chief. The
local Commu:. lite natur-I
play up R
lustration of
-;- that Israel was now
an "Anglo-A puppet.".
and
ntane >us" eetings are

-
I by
.. !',: itish
ption
to be
untry is
the C
tly what
i's visit is i -
But close observ-
me im-l.
lem of will not benefit i
a n was not discuss* d as
igh the threat came onlv
the Arab states. It was
I ly understood during the
visit that Soviet aggression was
the danger.
What kind of defense force
could be set up for the Near
East0 It is apparent that the re-
sistance to any Communist push
in that area would have come
largely from three sources. First,
from British troops scattered
throughout the area. Second,
from the Turks who have about
35.000 men under arms todav, and
who could mobilize about 2 -
000.000 trained men altogether
it a war broke out. And third
from Israel. During the Pales-
tinian War. Israel was able to
put six trained divisions in the
field altogether about 90,000
men. But since then, the c-oun-
population has more than
doubled, and it is generally be-
lieved that Israel now could put
at least 200.000 fighters into com-
bat if it had to.
It is hoped that these three
lorces. if properly coordinated
and assisted_b^LAmfrif,nn naval
Minis- di
when they emerge from a ioie.-i (j,.V(,u.(| ,huflv to "internal or-
of bayonets It follows that tne ^ in,/..,t1 ;inci administration"
other side must al '" .,. ,| to making contacts in re-
fullest." ceiving countries, the report was
Israel, like most other n nh. ., preliminary survey of
of the world, would hi ,,,,. lask f.lcmK the new office,
preferred to devote its energies whl(.h a ,(| t;ik(> ()Vcr the refugee
to th : i' pro |em from the International
iction. If Stalin legioi Refuge. Organization.
l^'T" wi As h.s fust recommendation.
iJfhtwV 'Dr. Van Heuven Goodhart re-
ts Hight well.-------------------------------quested a budget to establish
eleven "small but efficient" field
offues in receiving countries, in
addition to his headquarters in
. Geneva He said this was neces-
sary to maintain direct contact
h governments and voluntary
' agencies, as well as with the re-
settled refugees themselves. He
of Israel is spending also stressed the importance for
his work of the coming into force
one of his ofhee-,,
functions.
Mi.nu Bnal
ai
ct
Jewish Dupes Of Peron Propaganda
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
The Argentine Ambassador to the Stati
weeks in Argentin... Very profitable indeed for nis worn oi uic whihim n.-iu iww
Peron." The Ambassador is calling on Jews soliciting contributions 0f the convention for the protec- '
don't dare to tion of refugees, presently being
conference in
for Peron"s presidential campaign. Of course they
refuse. Evita is uniquely successful with her charity
her husband, whom she recently called
extracting sacrifices for his benefit.
Peron has advanced the election date. The economic situation
is worsening. The church has grievances. She wants to control
education. The army is still opposed to Evita.
The Jews are more jittery than ever. They know that
after the elections Peron will have to curb labor's evergrowing
appetites. Peron has been too lavish. There is even some
fear of pogroms. Some Jews are casting longing eyes at
Uruguay.
In the meantime. Peron is imp e on the
Jewish community. He employs thi technique as the Sa> i I
Union which forces the leadership of communists, no matti :
insignificant they may be in number on the Jews in al] Iron Cur-
tain countries. The organization : Ji w P nista
of the scum of the Jewish community, Pi the legiti-
mate Jewish bodies and gives to the Jew-
Peronista Organization. If a Jew wishes I naturalize I
must submit his application to the P nisi
honor of Argentinian Jewry it musl
ing Jews shun the Peronista
In the meantime. Jewisl : Ighout the world1
publish the handouts of the Peronista \ not reali;
that they are dupes of Peron's pro]
Notes on Maclver ReDort .
H -'' : thai NCRAC is making a serious i I i
by postponing pul tion of th< lacl rl Thi
problem is such ......
ted. Grave ]
i involv. I ild not I limited nu
I I ; ADL I oul
i rt. f the KCRA
;"', n unfair attack on t
professorisi
Meier S i
to me that I
part
agreement to withhold its publical the I
mJLc (Jcn^ W? lU99eSt to Mr Western nd other
members of NCRAC and the leaders of the defense agencies
Jewish community councils, etc.. to re.aad Ginsberg^s Agenda
for Amencan Jews." They will discover that both gentlemen
were strmng to he objective but that Ginsberg's study Umh
P.,h.r0,0U.ud- G,nsbr9's disadvntage is that he I a Jew
Perhaps another non-Jewish Professor will be invited to study
th,, i, M ssj? *j *f, j*r,P.r,.,i0,
It contains some va id and valuabl, i ool "(U !" m I I
Ginsberg and Maclver mdeed a
angry outburst of the chairniSf VDL h T~ < hv ,h"
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Je*lttncrkfc*n
PAGE 5 B
Our Film Folk
By LEON GUTTERMAN
ght, 1951, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
Well Watcha Know!
>D (JTA) Dram-
Kaufman is right
[on the show busi-
CBS" "This Is
if is something of
Eiic on show busi-
1.
id
is been feeling the
. of Broadway ar.d
ills for more than
critic, chronicler,
director, ar.d, of
master playwright.
;ouch, the answer
ihe eternal riddles
Ite theater, is aptly
a Broadwayite's
at he is a "great
Iter mind with no
[cept that the the-
jnmcnt and good
pays."
to contrive good
has made Kauf-
it successful play-
[American stage and
jney maker. Since
one and sometimes
. of his playswith
;<- all co-authored
id the Broadway
them invariably a
,n fifteen of these
frun close to or over
icis. and 20 of them
beerTBkld to Hollywood
o, j'Of Be I Sing" and "You
t With You." won
'.:'. Pu B>r:' '
of the American
H Kaufman's dra- -
-M M. from its pleas-
and follies to its |
Blngs and its social
r ,j-;^fc. As a supreme
heHkOI almost con-
IcntlT Mde sporl of them.
Hi By and wit, deliver-
Kd pan and a look
fcurnfulness, are ?-
pnous off paper, as
Bn his ad libbed
Z| his radio and tel-
I bams,
fcuiiic's well known
es are: Ht;.'s nature years
make a iHri ".! it only takes
A-oman a few minutes to make
of him;" or: "Mon-
l doei Blv..i\s bring happi-
Hn-i'h ten million dol-
i s ii' HappuT than .! man
Bullion dollars;" or:
may be her fortune,
"^k parts draw irter-
5i"'<' women have
shorter skirts, there
| pi reent fewer car
iy not prevent such
Irely?"
r.othing apparently
heritage or early
iate his future dex-
jlaymaking art. He
[1889, in Pittsburgh,
rosperous tailor,
an unquenchable
ork, George quit
. work for a while
ber for a coal com-
. was a newspaper-
ink salesman, and a
As a pastime, he
. ------^^^ing down odd bits
hu Kd sending them to
imdaiib' ( olumn in the
. ;^{ Evening Mail.
ibutions won a
je with the famous
id afterward a rec-
from him for a
Washington Times.
[to 1913, Kaufman
of trivia on the
moved up to the
New York Mail in 1914 when
F.P.A. took hi* column over to
tfctj Tribune. Next he compiled
a column of drama notes at the
Tribune under critic Heywood
Broun. Eventually, he went to
the New York Time*, where for
the next 13 years his puckish
humor and critical notes bright-
ened its drama pag-as.
While a staffer at the Times,
Kaufman wrote his first play, a
comedy called "Going up.' It
saw no audience but it led to an
assignment as co-author of the
comedy "Someone In The House."
But he really burst upon the
Broadway scene in, 1921 in the
first of his fabulous collabora-
tions, "Dulcy," a two-season hit
scripted with Marc Connelly.
The play introduced a new kind
of satire slanted in the smart
rather thar.. the popular vein.
The writing team followed
this up with "To Ihe Ladies,"
devastating burlesque of the tes-
timonial dinner to the quarter-
century employee. For the next
two years, the pair wrote six
more hits.
Statin Held Captive at Ziani*tsm
Screams Leadiaa I S. Hate-Sheet
UNION, N. J. (AJP)Stalin is
a virtual prisoner of the Zion-
ists; he's in cahoots with Ber-
nard Baruch and Senator Herbert
Lehman too; and with their help
the Communist leader awaits to
enslave America.
That's what readers of the New
Jersey hate-sheet "Common
Sense" were peddled for this
month's dose of bigotry slander.
The same sheet recently charged
a Jewish "conspiracy" with plan-
ning the ouster of General Mac-
Arthur.
Under the headline, "Zionists
Regiment U. S.," the hate-sheet
said that "as World War III ap-
proaches the Jews are ready to
take over the government spots."
' Part of the Jewish "conspir-
acy" the paper told its lunatic-
fringe readership, was Baruch
Lehman's pleas for greater con-
trols. The "invisible government
has spoken" the paper said, "it
now remains for the stooges to
act."
But most fantastic, especially
in view of the latest evictions and
deportations of Hungarian Jews
by the Reds and consistent Red
attacks upon Zionism and Israel,
was this clincher:
"Stalin himself, controlled as
he is by Zionists, could not find
a better way to enslave the citi-
zens of America."
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After that, going it solo.
Kaufman penned a savage pic-
ture of the show angel titled
"Butter and Egg Man," and he
now began to hit his full stride.
For the naxt 20 years he and a
succession of notable partners
turned out a rash of smash
shows. Two of his most fam-
ous collaborators were Moss
Hart and Ecna Ferber; others
included Moirie R y s k i n d ,
George Gershwin. Ring Lard-
r.ar and Alexander Woollcott.
Mizraehi t*roup
To Sponsor Play
Tamara Chapter of Mizrachi
Women will sponsor the Sunday,
July 22, performance of Studio
M's production of "The Voice of
the Turtle."
Directed by George Keathley,
who has one of the roles in the
John Van Druten three-character
comedy, the former Broadway
success will be presented at 203
Bird Road, Coral Gables, at 8:30
p.m. Also in the cast are Nancy
Meltzer and Marion Cason.
Reservations may be made by
calling Miss Lillian Logdan at
153-6885.
I In Plans Card Party
An afternoon card party is
scheduled by the Mount Scopus
Group of Hadassah for Tuesday,
July 24, at 1 p. m. at Burdine's
Auditorium.
Refreshments will be served
and prizes awarded.
Reservations are being taken
by Mrs. J. M. Fishman,, 2-1083,
and Mrs. Joseph Sugarman,
2-1864.
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PAGE 7B
Clean-Shaven Viennese, Bearded Rabbis
Banded Together At First Zion Congress
(With the opening set for mid-August of the first World
Zionist Congress since the establishment of Israel the American
Jewish Pres$ presents the first of a series of three articles on the
past, present, and future of the Congress.)
(An American Jewish Press Feature)
... *2 age that scoifs at miracles and lives by the engineer's
Widerule can never really understand the triumph of Zionism.
By that sliderule, such a movement could not possiblv have suc-
ceeded. An engineer present at the Basle Casino in Switzerland
h August 27, 1897, when the first Zionist Congress was convened,
would certainly have been very
doubtful about the whole enter-
prise.
u It was true that Zionism was
not created at that three-day
ataeeting in Basle. The hope for
the restoration of statehood had
been crystalired in the prayers
of Jews throughout the 19 cen-
turies since the destruction of the
Second Temple b$ the Romans.
There were dozens of political
Zionist groups before the first
Congress. There had even been
a preliminary conference of these
groups in September, 1893, in
Vienna at which it was resolved
that a Zionist Congress should
be held in Berlin in 1894 though
that plan fell through.
But Theodor Herzl, the leading
figure of the Basle Congress, had
written his 'Jewish State' in vir-
tually complete ignorance of the
existing activities. He was a ris-
ing young Viennese journalist,
who had drifted away from*most
ties to his people and had been
catapaulted backby the impact of
the Dreyfus trial. He had cer-
tainly demonstrated little evi-
dence that he possessed the qual-
ities of leadership and organiza-
tion needed by any political
movement.
But an apparently unqualified
leader was only the beginning.
The 197 delegates who gathered
at Basle included bearded Ortho-
dox Jews and clean-shaven secu-
lar ones, Ashkenazim and Seh-
ardim. businessmen and radicals,
studerts and technicians testi-
mony to the differences that had
developed among Jews scattered
for so many centuries in so many
parts of the world. The delegates
Who met to plan the new Jew-
ish commonwealth did not even
peak a single language.
<}The first
tremendous
teaching a multiplicity of Jews
and then of organizing them de-
spite barriers of language space
and indifference. More than that,
the Congress produced almost im-
mediately a powerful opposition,
particularly from the elite Jewry
of western Europe, who were bit-
terly opposed to all such efforts
as a threat to their security.
Nor was there territory on
which the Basle Congress fo-
cused its dreams particularly
promising. Jews had always lived
ish people a home in Palestine
secured by public law."
After the first session, Herzl
made some undoubtedly unscien-
tific statements in his diary. He
wrote: "In Basle I founded the
Jewish State. If I were to say
this today, I would be met by
universal laughter. But ... in
fifty years everybody will realize
it."
The engineer would certainly
have joined in the laughter. Had
he been a very young man, he
might have lived to see the im-
probable come true and his engi-
neering calculations confounded.
Exactly fifty years later Herzl's
laughable prediction came true.
(Next week: The uphill fight
to strengthen the Zionist Con-
gress: the splits, debates a,nd
historic moments leading to the
eve of the actual establishment
of the Jewish State of Israel.)
Center Conducting
Basketball Tourney
Miami Jewish Community
Center is conducting its third
amual all-Miami off-season invi-
tational basketball tournament.
Participatirg teams include Mi-
ami High Alumni, Miami Beach
High Alumni. Miami Edison
High Alumni and the host Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center
aggregation.
This double round robin series
will feature such local all-staters
as Pete Silas, Willy Shayowitz,
Gene Bennet, Jerry Burns, Dale
Collins, Harry and Avron Bryan
and "Red" Wetherington.
These contests, which were tel-
evised by WTVJ at their incep-
tion in, the summer of 1949, pre-
Congress faced the i sent an opportunity to former
task of somehow > local stars presently playing for
colleges throughout the nation to
perform in an air-cooled gymnas-
ium before the home town, folks.
Games are played each Monday
evening, beginning at 7:30 p.m.,
with admission free.
'Story of Jerusalem'
To Be Aired Sunday
"The Story of Jerusalem" will
be this week's installment in the
"Vistas of Israel" series, heard
over Morris Nasatir's Yiddish
in Palestine but the scattering of! Classical Hour from, 1:15 to 1:30
Theodor Herzl
'String of Lies*
Cry Reds About
Anti-Semitism
NEW YORK ( A J P.) The
American Communist Party, re-
sponding for the first lime this
week to documented charges that
tens of thousands of Jews were
being deported by the Red re-
gimes of Hungary and Rumania,
called the reports "the latest ad-
dition in a long string of lies."
The statement was made in the
Dailv Worker, official organ of
the Party, and was aimed at Agu-
dath Israel, which placed a for-
mal charge last week before the
United Nations.
The Communist daily admitted
there was some shifting of popu-
lation, but described it merely as
a "process of resettling a limited
number of people, unwilling to
engage in productive labor, .from
Budapest to other communities."
The paper said this was being
done '"in order to make housing
available for some of the peas-
arts coming to the capital for,
work."
The Daily Worker said that
"this necessary action" was be-
ing "blown up by the war propa-
gandists" who were accused to
"trying to make it appear that
mainly Jews are affected."
Wolff VaiiKd To
IDA Council Post
Felix Wolf has been named to
the national council of the Joint
Defense Appeal (JDA) it was an-
nounced today by Council Chair-
mar.. Sidney S. Moyer of Youngs-
town, Ohio.
As a member of the national
council Wolf will join more than
1,000 business, industrial and
communal leaders all over t)ie
country who seek to mobilize
community-wide support behind
programs of the Ameiican Jew-
ish Committee and Anti-Defama-
tion League and who act as com-
munity representatives in inter-
preting those programs, i
Long active in civic and Jew-
ish communal affairs, Wolf has,
in the past, headed up such drives
as the National Foundation for
Infantile Paralysis and the Red
Cross for his industry. He was
also a former vice-president of
the United Distilleries of Amer-
ica.
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Under such circumstances the ny Cook, hotel arrangements;
197 delegates left the blueprints
for the future with the basic
statement that the aim of Zion-
ism was to "create for the Jew-
JWV Pott Schedules
Membership Breakfast
Norman Bruce Brown Post 174.
Jewish War Veterans, will hol.l
a membership breakfast on Sun-
day July 29. at 10 a. m. at the
Gables Club. 3651 S. W. 8th St.
Certificates of merit will be
presented to Jack Regal and Don
Seidman for their long and out-
standing record of service and
work for the post.
Pauline Zlantz. tickets: Elaine
Haidt, door prizes; Myrle. enter-
tainment; Beverly Koch, public-
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Academy Women Plan
Moonlight Boat Cruise
The Hebrew Academy Women
will sponsor a moonlight boat
ride on the Seminole Queen.
pier number 6. Miami Yacht
basin, sailing Sunday July 22, at
8 p. m
Dancing and entertainment arc
scheduled and refrcshemnts will
be available. Reservations may
be made by calling 58-4641.
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FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1951
Ell, Oka Will Head
Beach Zionist Unit
Membership Drive
;., n J. Ell and Judge Kenneth
Oka will head the 1951 men
ship drive for the Miami Beach
/.. rust District, according to an
announcement by Harold Sha-
district president.
Other committee app>
1 JNF, Abraham Mason.
:.. Daniel Broad and Sam-
Prosterman, co-chairmen:
American Zionist Council. I. R.
nar.; bulletin. Rabbi Leon
:-;: nish; youth commission. Ehiel
i der, chairman. Irving
S. -./man. Al Oshi
Coher. Cantor Samuel K'
Sydney J Gn Bonds
for Israel, Ben Z: Ginsburg.
man, Daniel Broad and Irv-
... -' hatzman.
entertainment and
ts, Irving S
I ,. M irris ind Al
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Cantoi Kel-
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co- net k an I
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. Gil Rappaporl
Gi Ti y and
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Learn to Swim 3
Getting Underway]
1. The arm-stroke which it
most basie to swimming i> r"^
monk called th* "dog-padule."
Practice gliding the arms forward
alternately then pressing back-
ward, first on land, then standing
bent forward in shallow water,
and finally Ijing face down.
2. Next combine the "dog-
paddle" of the arms with the
crude flutter kick previously
learned. Start with the glide, add
the flutter kick, then add the
arms, and you will be able to
cover a* much distance at one
breatb will allow.
3. To swim any distance with
your newly acquired stroke* you
must be able to breathe while
wimming. This is where blow-
ing bubbles" comes in. Take the
above position in the water, in-
hale al one side, then roll the
face under water and exhale
4an tor Hit din
Ta Sinn Sunday
Optometrists Named ToFOA Committees
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by the president, Dr. A. C. WU-
helm, Jr., Port Lauderdals.
Named chairman of the state
occupational vision committee
;nd a n i mber of the membership
commit! Dr. Hairy Engel,
Miami.
Dr. F. P. Archer was chosen
chairman of the veterans and mil-
itary affairs committee, and Dr.
J. M. Widdershi Coral Gables,
chairman oi the visual problems
in schools.
Dr. S. G. Schneider, Miami
Bi : i appoirtt d edit
the Journal of Florida Optometric
Associate >n and public int i
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Other committee appointments
include Dr. Bmanuel Pus: kin.
Miami, grievance; Dr. I! lix-rt
^^ ^^" (iables Young
C intor Yechiel Gildin oi Shorn-' Adlllts Plan
rei E unah, Brooklyn, will he 4^.1 __._____T> 11*
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; 1 e Air 0 Sunday, A "Champagne Ball" is sched-
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to sing at the Mian i B<
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in-; in a choir 1.-. his home town : Rafai I and his Rumberos, and
II was appearing in con tainment will be from Kitty
throughout the capitals ol Davis' Twenty-One Lounee.
Europe. His cantorial er be- '- will e presented ev-
at the age of 18 when he ery hour on the hour.
Fl 1 Marshall is in charge ol
Parker, AUapattah, membership;
Dr C C Edward, Fort Lau ler-
tanci to new graduates;
Dr Agm S. Austin. Miami, edu-
cation; !); Wilson C. Atkinson,
Dai \ isual problems in schools.
Dr. Ch irles Beckwitt, Miami.
\ Optometric Founda-
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: r ibl< n I ul schools.
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the stroke in thia way 1 Start wiik
prone glide, add the arm*, tai
then put in the breathing. Tun
the head to breathe in ai one ana
i extended beyond the head, ex-
hale under the surface, and repeal
each line the ante arm extends,
Recorded Musicale Set
Recorded music by Rossa
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24. at 8:30 p.m. The program j
. the first of a series p]
the music committee
i adult divteior..
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ligious Directory...
pmplc Beth Sholom (Liberal)
hold services Friday eve-
at 8:15. Music, prayer and
lonette. Rabbi Jacob Kaplan
I officiate. Cantor Samuel
kmer will present the musical
lions of the service. Religious
ol registration and member-
| at the synagogue offices.
pa mi Hebrew School and Cor-
ation (Orthodox) will hold
Ices on Friday at 6:45 p.m.
Irday morning services will
eld at 8:30. Mincha at 6:30
followed by Shalos Sudos
tfaariv. Hebrew classes meet
9 a.m. to 12 noon. Daily
Ices are held at 7:30 a.m. and
\th El Congregation (Ortho-
will Hold Friday services
p. m. Services Saturday
imi; at 8:30, will feature a
jn by Rabbi Murray Grauer.
(ha at 6:45 Will be followed
lalos Sudos. Daily services
t)e held at 8 a. m. and 7 p. m.
nple Israel of Miami (Re-
ft will hold its Friday eve-
Jservices at 8:15. Dr. Joseph
jrot, will read the prayers,
will be no Saturday morn-
ervicos during the summer
is.
fth Shore Jewish Center
ervative) will hold its sum-
Ireligious services at the
pnditioned home of Israel
nan, 411 82nd Ter. Saturday
Ing at 9:15 a.m. Rabbi Philip
I will officiate at both serv-
jregation Beth Jacob (Or-
[) will hold Friday eve-
?rvicos at 6:45 and Satur-
lorning services at 8:30.
la at 6:45 will be followed
1alos Sudos. Summer ses-
|of the religious school are
laily Monday through Fri-
rom 10 a. m. to noon.
th Dade Jewish Center will
ct services Friday at 3:15
i Joseph Rosenfeld will offi- |
[and deliver the sermon.
It Gables Jewish Center
^al) late Friday evening
will continue each Friday
p. in. throughout the sum-
lonths. A feature of the
bs will be the open forum
tehabbat on the patio with
th singing and readings
Jewish literature. Rabbi
Skop's sermon topic wi!:
le Rabbi As Family Coun-
seth Israel Congregation
lodox) Friday evening serv-
145 p.m. Saturday morning
)s at 8:30 a.m. At 4:30 p.m.
in Talmud will be con-
. Mincha at 5:30 will be
6d by Shalos Sudos. Ziniras
plow and Maariv will corn-
it services. Daily services
m. followed by a class
yish Laws and customs
school is held daily Mon-
tough Thursday from 3:30
I p. m.
[David (Conservative) will
rid;iy evening services at
Saturday morning serv-
a. m. The Hebrew school
iduct morning session
camp program including
:, arts and crafts, music
hour formal Hebrew in-
ln for students 7 to 13.
ration is now open at the
lor daily classes to be held
Mcnday through Thursday from
9 a. m. to noon.
Flaglcr Granada Religious
Group holds services at 7:30 a. m.
Monday through Friday. Satur-
day services are held at 9 a. m.
and Sunday morning at 8.
Hollywood Jewish Community
Center (Conservative) will hold
early F.iday night services at
6:30 p. m. and Sabbath services
at 9:30 a. m.
Temple Beth El of West Palm
Beach (Conservative) will con-
duct Friday evening services at
6:45 and Saturday morning serv-
ices at 9, all under the direction
of Rabbi Manuel Greenstein.
Hebrew Academy (Orthodox)
will conduct Friday evening serv-
ices at 7 p. m. and Saturday at
9 a. m. Mincha will be held at 7
p.m. with Shalos Sudos following.
Services are held daily at 7 a.m.
and 6:45 p. m. with Sunday morn-
ing services at 8.
Downtown Synagogue (Ortho-
dox) will hold its dally services
at 8 a. m. and 7 p. m. Friday
evening services are slated for 7
p. m. Saturday morning at 8:30,
Mincha will be held at 6:45 p. m.
followed by Shalos Sudos and
Maariv.
Israelite Center (Conservative)
holds daily services at 8 a. m.
and 6:30 p. m. Friday night serv-
ice is at 6:30. Rabbi Abraham
Sachs will speak on "The Weekly
Portion of the Law." Talmud
class is slated for 5 p. m. with
Mincha at 6 p. m. followed by
Shalos Sudos.
Tijereth Israel Northside Cen-
ter will hold services Friday at
fi:30 p. m. and Saturday morn-
ing services at 9. Rabbi George
Goldberg will officiate Bar Mitz-
vah of Philip Simon.
Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish
Community Center will begin
late Friday services at 8:30 p. m.
Cantor Ben Grossberg will chant
the services. Onej, Shabbat will
follow.
You nj; Israel Synagogue of
Miami Beach (Orthodox) in-
vites all members from other
parts of the country now visit-
ing in Miami Beach to attend its
services. They will be held Fri-
day evening at 6:45, Saturday
at 9 a.m. and 6:45 p. m. and
daily at 8 a. m. and 6:45 p. m.
West Miami Jewish Center
has slated services for Friday at
6:45 and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Rabbi Ezra Lifshitz will officiate
at all services.
Miami Beach Jewish Center
(Conscivative) vill hold Friday
evening services at 6:15 and i
Saturday morning services at 9.'
In the afternoon the Bible class I
Obituaries
a i *.ram nrcn<:
62. of 1024 47th Ot.. passed awav Julv
3. He came hen- two vears uso front
Paterson. X ../., and leave* his wile.
KIN*, one son. Stanley, and a laugh-
ter Marilyn. Service*,were conducted
al Ularal Beach Riverside, interment
(allowed In Ml .Who Cemetery.
SAMUEL I.. FRIEDMAN
68 of 112U Collins Avenue, who came
Mr* ll yearn hbii from Xew York,
passed away July :ird. He was a
manufacturer of sportswear. Surviv-
ing are hi* wife. Klizabeth: three sons,
three daughters, one sister, four
brothers, eight grandchildren. Serv-
ice* were held at Miami Reach Riv-
erside, conducted by Rahhl living
l.chrman. Interment took place In Mt.
Nebo.
ducted at "The Miami Kh.li.i, w.
FlHBlcr and 20th Avenue. Interment
took piece In Mt. Sinai Cemetery.
MRS OLCM Ro'l'IISTKIN
.7. of 140 Ocean Drive, died on Mon-
day. She came here IS veins mi'
from Cincinnati and is survived bv
her husband. Sam. Services ware
held In the Miami Reach li
with Interment In 1 >ade Memorial
' emetery.
PRANK WOLODAR
.i4. of lMti Meridian Avenue, who
came here five yearn affO from Phlla-
delphia. passed away Julv 71 h He
was a retail fruit dealer and leaves
his wife. Fannie; two dausthters, Dor-
othy and Claiffliu. The remains u. i.
sent to I'hiladelphla for services and
interment by Miami Reich Rlvei-
MS.
HARRY AXDKRMAX
fi.i. of 14.">1 Ocean Drive, a visitor
from Rrooklyn. died on Julv Kith.
leaving his wife. Ida; one son and
two daughters. The remains were
sent to New York City for services
and Interment by Miami Reach Rlv. i-
slde.
RKX.1AMIN STERN
73. of 1220 Ocean Drive, a visitor
from Hewlett. I,.I.. died on Julv Kith,
leaving a son and three daughters,
including Mrs Frances Lynn, of Mi-
ami Reach. The remains were sent to
Far Rockaway for services and In-
terment by Miami Reach Riverside.
MRS. ROSE KE1.DMAN
5. of 457 N.W. 6th Street, passed
away last week. Services wer_' con-
will meet at 5:15 followed by
Shalos Sudos. Daily services are
held in the chapel at 8 a. m. and
7 p. m.
Beth Tjilah (Orthodox) will
hold Friday evening services at
7 and Saturday morning serv-
6:45 and Saturday morning serv-
ices at 8:30. Rabbi Joseph Rac-
kovsky will speak on "The Por-
tion of the Week" at his morning
services. "Ethics of the Fathers"
at 5:30 p. m. Mincha at 6:30 p.m.
will be followed by Shalos Sudos.
Maariv will be at 7:30. Daily
services are held at 7:30 a. m.
with Mincha at 7 and Maariv
at 7:45 p. m. Daily classes in
Mishna are held at 3:30 a. m.
Class in Jewish laws and customs j
is held Sunday, Tuesday and '
Wednesday at 7 p. m. and class ,
in Ein Yakov is held Monday and
Thursday at 7 p. m.
1.11.I.IAN BTBRNBETtO
of l.ilu Pennsylvania Avenue, died
on the 15th. A resident for in years.
she came hers fiom New V.n 1, and
operated the Lillian Ciis'im Made
Dresses at :'*(i I,Inc..In 1;,,;.,|. she
leaves har mother. Minnie: ilster,
Jessie: two brothers, Harrv end Ben,
ail of Miami Beach Services were
conducted by Dr Joseph Narot at
Beach Memorial Chapel. IS50 Alton
Road. Interment took puv In .\:t.
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Service; took place al Gordon I i
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.1 AC in si I VBRKTR1N
2. of ITU Marseilles Drive. psssSfl
awav Monday. A resident for three
years, he came here from Philadel-
phia and was a retired merchant. He
leaves his wife. Pauline Services
were conducted at Gordon Funeral
lhapel: Interment ink place in Mt.
XeiK. Cemetery,
MRS saram i;i..\zii:it
.0. of 5251 S.W. 5th Street, passed
awav Monday, a resident here for
the past year. Mrs "Hazier came h.:
from Rrooklvn and Is sirviv.l by a
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Thompson; three crandrhlldrcn and
two area! Brand-children The re-
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services and Interment by liordoh
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MRS MAY R1RD
61. of 14S X.IC. Ha whole Place,
passed away Tuesday. A resident for
two years. Mrs Burn came here from
New York. SurviviriE is her husband.
Jack. Staff Services Officer for the
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Paul Gordon of New York. Services
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FRIDAY. JULY 20
National Council of Jewish Women
Equips New Playroom at Ellis Island
SUMMER PRICQ
Ellis Itland i> not a cheerful place. It i* especial!) not cheer*
f.il for the children <>f would-be immigrant* to ilie United
States who are detained because of ill health, security reason*,
and other factors. But it became a lot more bearable for the
young detainees, mod of whom ha\e spent their live* in placed persons camps, when the government opened and the
National Council of Jewish Women equipped a new play-
school room there recently.
The modem facilities were dedicated on May 2:2 by Mrs.
Irving M. Engel, national president of the NCJW, to the
memory of the late Anna ML Kaufman, staff member who was
widely known for her work among immigrants at the itland.
The furnishing of the playroom is one of the Service to
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+Jelsi)fk)rkJkn
PAGE 11-B
LEGAL NOTICE
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE

>A IN AND FOR DADE
JNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 141968
IDER OF PUBLICATION
I 8. AULTHOUSE. plaintiff
i,ES AULTHOUSE. defendant.
IARLES AULTHOUSE
l-'niii'l Avenue
tchantvllle. New Jersey
|re hereby ordered and required
oopy of your answer to the
'..iniiii.in: for Divorce, a copy
ch l enclosed herewith, on
attorney, and file the orlnl-
[thc office of the Clerk of the
Court of Dade County. Florida.
[before the 28th day of July.
Ihcrulse the allegations of said
I be taken as confessed by
CD. June 21. 1951.
E. B. WEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By M. C. FEIOE,
Deputy Clerk.
EL J. RAND
for Plaintiff
|rmpia Building
Florida.
1-13-20
LEGAL NOTICE
>TICE BY PUBLICATION
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
(NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
ilDA IN AND FOR DADE
>UNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 143062
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IT WEE GILBERT. Plaintiff
MARJORIE GILBERT.
Defendant.
fLEN MARJORIE GILBERT
ivchuck
I Delivery
New York
hereby notified that a Bill
olaint for Divorce has been
llnst yuu, and you are renulred
a copy of your Answer or
to the Bill of Complaint on
Intlff's Attorney, JAY BUR
BYS. 311 Uncoln Road. Miami
[Florida, and file the orlrl-
wer or Pleading In the office
*lerk of the Circuit Court on
the 29th day of July. 19S1.
[fail to do so. Judgment by
V111 be taken aealnst you for
(f demanded In the Bill of
t.
lotii-e shall be published once
i-li for four consecutive weeks
JEWISH Fl.oRIDIAN.
AND ORDERED at Miami.
this Mth day of June. A.D.
E. B. LEATHICRMAN.
Clark, Circuit Court,
pal) Dade Countv. Florida.
By M.C. FEKiE.
Deputy Clerk
JRTON KEYS
for Plaintiff
oln Road
Jeach, Florida
-13-20
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 142176
RAYMOND GARCIA. Plaintiff
vs.
HoRTENCIA GARCIA, Defendant
You. HORTENC1A OARCIA. 110
E. USth Street. New York City. New
'York, are required to serve a copy
of your Answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on plaintiffs at-
torney. HAROLD SHAPIRO. 927
Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Florida,
and file the original in the office of
the Clerk of this Court on or before
August i. 1951, otherwise a Decree
Pro Confesso will be entered against
you.
Dated July 2. 1951.
E. B. WEATHERMAN.
(Circuit Court Clerk
Seal) By R. H. RICE. JR..
7/6-13-20-27 DePU,y C'erk
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of Variety Lounge, Bar and Package
Store at 93 N.W. 1st Street intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
CIVIC BAR, INC.
MYERS. HE1MAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
650 Seybold Bldg.
7/6-13-20-27
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 142377
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
HELEN JOYCE KLEIN, Plaintiff
vs
MANNIE R. KI.EIN. Defendant
To: MANNIE R. KI.EJN
C/O Harry R. Koxart
Lincoln-Liberty Itldg.
Philadelphia, i'enna.
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a suit for divorce has been filed
against you and you are required to
serve a copy of your answer to said
bill upon Plaintiff's attorney, and
file the original with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Flor-
ida, on or before the 11th day of
August. 1951, otherwise said bill of
complaint will be taken as confessed
by you
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 11th
day of July. 1951.
E. B. WEATHERMAN.
Clerk Circuit Court,
._. Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court By M C. FEIGE.
Seal) Deputy Clerk.
NORMAN R. LYONS. Esq.
910-11-12 Olympla Bldg.
Miami. Florida.
7/13-20-27 8/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of WEST FLAGLBR LIQUORS, aka.
WEST FLAGLBR LIQUOR STOKE
at 4600 West Flagler Street, Miami.
Florida. Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
IRVING ARNOLD
AW WEVINE
As Sole Owners
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Irving Arnold
and Al Wevlne
6/29 7/6-13-20
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
IDA IN AND FOR DADE
JNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 142022
ICE BY PUBLICATION
|OWD. Plaintiff
GOWD. Defendant
IMA GOWD.
idant
rooku Avenue
klyn. New York
IRE REQUIRED to serve a
your Answer to the Bill of
t, upon Plaintiff's attorney.
C. KOVNER. 420 Wlncoln
ml Beach. Florida, and file
Jnal In the office of the Clerk
Circuit Court on or before the
f July. A. D., 1951: otherwise
will be taken as confessed
this 25 day of June, A. D..
E. B. WEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
By R. H. RICE. JR.
Deputy Clerk.
?13-20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 142058
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ROSE GREENSTEIN. Plaintiff
AARON ALLAN GREENSTEIN.
I >efenda nt.
You. AARON ALLAN GREEN-
BTEIN, 1437 Carroll Street. Brooklyn.
New York, are required to serve a
copy of your Answer to the BUI of
Complaint for divorce on plaintiff's at-
torney. HAROLD SHAPIRO. 927 Lin-
coln Road. Miami Beach. Florida,
and file the original in the office
of the Clerk of this Court on or be-
fore July 26. 1951. otherwise a De-
cree Pro Confesso will be entered
against you.
Dated June 26, 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
(Circuit Clerk
Court Seal) By R. H. RICE. JR..
Deputy Clerk.
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Plaintiff's Attorney
927 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
6/29 7/6-13-20
ICE
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
18 HEREBY GIVEN that
rsigned. desiring to engage
s under the fictitious name
COMFORT SHOP at 8173
d Ave., Miami, Florida, in-
reglster said name with the
the Circuit Court of Dade
'lorida.
IRVING KELTON
3-20
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
rsigned. desiring to engage
under the fictitious name
IA BARBER SHOP at 1214
Avenue, Miami Beach.
Ttends to register said name
Clerk of the Circuit Court
County. Florida.
PETER REMICCI,
Owner.
RUBIN
for owner.
3-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of APEX BUSINESS CARDS at 28
N. E Mth Street, Miami. Fla.. intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
DAVID MARKS
Owner
MARX FABER
Attorney for Applicant
412 Congress Bldg.
6/29 7/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
I.SILVER-BUD SPECIALTY CO. at
19a4 S. W. 22nd Terrace, Miami, Flor-
ida, intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SAMUEL 8IWVERMAN
SARAH SIWVERMAN
MURRAY BUDNER
MYERS. HEIMAN tk KAI'LA.n""'"8
Attorneys for Applicants
S.iO Seybold Bldg.
7/13-20-27 8/3
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 26228
In Re: ESTATE OF
HERMAN B. GROSSMAN
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Batata:
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which vou, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of HERMAN B. GROSSMAN,
(I, i eased late of Dade Countv. Flor-
ida, to the HON. W. F. RLANToN.
County Judge of Dade Countv, and
file the same in his office in the
County Courthouse in Dade Countv.
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands 10
contain the legal address of the Claim-
ant and to be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or same will be barred.
Date June 28. A. D. 1951.
GEORGE GROSSMAN.
As Executor of the I-aet
Will and Testament of
HERMAN B. GROSSMAN
_____ Deceased.
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Executor
650 Seybold Rldg., Miami.
7/13-26-27 8/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business arier rhe fictitious name of
SABA1, PALM liHiii SHOP
al 50M N E. 2nd Avenue intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
PAUL F. KNEIER
Sole owner.
7/20-27 8/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engace In
-s under the rieiitious name of
WILDCAT LIUUoR BTORE
at 5707 B w. Jtn St.. Miami, Plot Ida,
intend to reglater said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
I l.oUENi'E SCHWARTZ
KITTY ft, CHAYKIN
Partners
7/20-27 8/3-10
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 142380
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
DOALD LOCKE, Plaintiff
vs.
HELEN LOCKE, Defendant
To: HELEN LOCKE
c/o Allerton House
132 E 57th Street
New York City, New York.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a BUI for Divorce has been filed
against you In the above entitled
cause and you are hereby required to
serve a ropy of your Answer to the
Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
attorneys, and file the original in
the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 10th day
of August, A. D. 1951, otherwise a
Dcree Pro Confesso will be entered
against you.
This notice shall be published once
each week lor four consecutive weeks
In the JEWISH FOR1D1AN.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 11th
day of July, A D. 1951.
B. II LEATHERMAN,
_ Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Seal) By M. C. PEIGE,
,..., I '-i"i'v C], rk
PAI.I/OT. SILVER, ABDO A MULLOY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
M>4 Ingraham Building
Miami. Florida
7/13-20-27 s/3 '
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOP. DADE
COUNTY. IN* CHANCERY. Nt >.
142407.
ROSE TELESHEFSKY. Plaintiff.
vs.
MORRIS' TELESHEFSKY,
i lefendant.
TO: Mr Morris Telrshefsky
C/o Joseph Zatz
I"" W. sth Btrei i
New YorkiCltv. N.T.
You ARE HEREBY REQUIRED t.
aerve a Oopy of your answer to th
Bill of Complaint in the above oauae
for divorce, on the plaintiff's attor-
neys, and file the original in the.
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, on or before the 13th dav of
August. 1951. otherwise said Bill or
Complaint will be taken as confessed
by you.
Dated this 13th dnv of Julv, 1951,
E I! LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of circuit Court
I 'lot. Countv. I-lorida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. c. feioi:
De->utv C
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN
Attornevs for Plaintiff
650 Seybold Building
Miami 32. Florida
7,20-27 8/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the ft*>ti'ion name of
CO-OP SERVICE BUREAU
at Miami, Dade County. Fla.. intends
to register said name with the clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
S. THOMPSON
7,20-27 8/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dt siring to encait.
in business under the fictitious name
of ROYAL PAINTERS at 1710 B. W
2nd Court. Miami. Florida. Intend! to
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
- IKE WOI.K
7/13-20-27 8/3
ATTENTION
ITTORNEYS!
Jewish Floridlcm so-
your legal notices,
appreciate your
ronage and auaran*
accurate service at
rates. Phone 2-1141
messenger service.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of MIAMI SHORES FIVE AND TEN-
CENT DEPARTMENT STORE at
Mil and 9535 N. E. 2nd Avenue, Miami
Shores. Dade County, Florida. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JOSEPH FOGELMAN
GEORGE J. TAL1ANOEF
Attorney for Applicant.
/29 7/6-13-20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 142028
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
ALFRED C. P. HUGHES. Plaintiff
vs
ETHEL MAY hughes. Defendant
TO: ETHEL MAY HUGHES
90 l-'ernleigh Avenue
Mannerly
Nottingham. England
Vim are hereby notified that a Bill
Of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are hereby
required to serve a Copy of your
Answer to the Bill of Complaint on
plaintiffs attorney, and file the origi-
nal Answer in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court, on or before
the 15 day of July. 1951. otherwise,
tho allegations of said Bill of Com-
plaint will be taken as confessed
against you.
Dated this I1", dav of June. 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clark of circuit Court
By It. II rice. Jit .
! puty Clerk.
<:u. iROB J. TALIANOFF
. for Plaintiff
In Road
M ami Beach, Florida
19 7 (18-2(1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of FRESHMEADOW FARMS at 6801
Howard Drive, South Miami. Florida
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
RICHARD TITELMAN
WALTER C. KOVNER
Attorney for
FRESHMEADOW FARMS
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
7/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of ANGELA'S BEAUTY SAWON at
4.S75 N. W. 22nd Avenue. Miami, Flor-
ida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Countv. Florida.
ANGELA L. NOVOA
7/13-20-27 8/3
ITLIN & COMPANY
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 142173
MORRIS SCHWOSBERG. Plaintiff
IDA SCHWOSBERG. Defendant
TO: IDA SCHWOSBERG
c/o Mrs. Wifschita
6 Attorney Street
New York. N. Y.
You. IDA SCHLOSBERG. are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you, and you are required to serve
a copy of your Answer or Pleading
to fne Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiff's Attornev, Ben Essen. Baq .
823 Seybold Bldg.. Miami. Florida,
and file the original Answer or PI wad -
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
circuit Court on or before the Slat
day of July. 1951. If you fall to do so
Juagmi by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bin of Complaint
This notice hall be published once
each week for four consecutive week!
in THE JEWISH I'M .1:1 Id AN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida this 2nd day of July. A 1 .
19(1.
E, B WEATHERMAN.
Cli rk, Cln all Court,
Dade Countv. Florida
(Circuit Court By fcf.C FEIGE,
' Deputy < '. : 'k
BEN ESSEN, >'
Attorn, v for Pla ntlff
-::! Seybold Bldg;.,
Miami. Florida.
7/4M8-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
Of 08JACK HOLDINGS at 1514 S W.
13th Court intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
JOSEPH H. SYMAM
Sole Owner
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
fi.V Sc\ bold Bldg.
Miami. Florida
7/13-20-27 8/3
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO.
2609".
In Re: ESTATE OF
HENRIETTA I. GOLDEN. .
known as HENRIETTA LEVY
GOLDEN, alno known as
HENRIETTA s. GOLDEN,
I "creased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Again-t Bald
Estate:
Toil, anil each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present hhv
clalma and demands which vou. or
either of you. may have against the
estate of HENRIETTA L. GOLDEN,
a k/.i HENRIETTA LEVY GOLDEN,
a/k/a HENRIETTA 8. GOLDEN, de-
ceased late of Dade Countv. Florida.
to the Hon. W. F. DI.ANTON. Coun-
ty Judge of Dade County, and file
the same In his office in the Countv
Courtbouae in Dade County. Flor-
ida, within eight calendar montna
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the
Claimant and to be sworn to and era-
tad as aforesaid, or same will bo
barred
Date, July 11. A.D. 1951.
HAROLD S GOLDEN
As Ancillary Administrator >f the
Estate of HENRIETTA L. GOLD-
EN, a/k/a HENRIETTA LEVY
GOLDEN, a/k/a HENRIETTA S.
GOLDEN. Deceased
Hrst publication on Julv 13, 1951.
Attorneys for Ancillary Administrator
PAI.LOT. SILVER,
ABDO & MULLOY
7 20-27 S/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MICHAELS
at Miami. Dade County, Florida. dn-
tenda to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dader
County. Florida.
MICHAEL ROSENTHAL
MARX FABER
Attorney for Applicant
412 Congress Bldg.
7 20-27 S/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In bualnen under the flctltioua name
of MI-HI LUNCHEONETTE at 2392
W. Flagler Street. Miami. Florida', in-
tend to register said name with the
C],rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SAMUEL BAPER6TEIN
LEWIS FOX
HAROLD TANNEN
Attorney for Mi-Hi Luncheonette
7/13-20-27 I :
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In busine.-s under the fictitious name
of MIAMI TRADING EXPORT
f N 11 Firal Street, M lami,
Ui' i: la, intend to ieslati r said
with the clerk of the Circuit Court ol
Dade County, Florida
CIRIACO I'EST.WA
ALBERTo GALVEZ
7 !.:-: '-27 -
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
I-LORIDA UNDERGARMENT
COMPANY (Not In, (
at 3240 N .W L'7th Avenue. Miami.
El.i Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the circuit Court of
Dade Countv. Florida
JACK R1TTER
DAVID RURENSTEIN
JAMIE YAGODNIK
BURNETT RoTH
Attorney for Appllcanta
Congress Bldg.
7/20-27 S/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned, dealrlne to eneaee
in business under the flrtlrioiis name
f WTN.V'H FIVE AND TEN CENT
STORE .it Siao-2 s. w. Ith I
-, 1- :! id.i, int. v. la
I Clerk of
rl <:" Dadi Countv.
. la.
Bl WWTN SCHANFALD
10-27
ie N. K. lr ST. MIAMI St. FLA.
NOTICE UNDPR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOT '':' IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
[feed, desii Ina i

{' PRESCRIPTION HEALTH SHOP
\ND LENDING LIBRARY at IS27
rig ton tvenue, Miami
intend I said panic
with the Clerk of the circuit Court
of Dade Countv. Florida,
NATHXN SHUSTERMAN
NOR MA SHUSTEKMAN
/2 7/1-13-20
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 26271
In Ri ESTATE < iF
JAMES V. PASQUANTONIO
I >. AR< I,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i 'redll v Hav-
ing Claims or Demanda Attains! .-

Von. and i acfa of \ ou, are hi r< b)
d and required to present any
and demands which |
either of vou nu hai
LMES V. PASQUANTONIO
d late ol I i;ol. County I or-
Hi IN W F, BLANT) >N,
county Jink-, of Dade Couni
(be same In bit In the
Com thouse In Dade l
i, within eiulit calendar months
: of the flral |
i d i
Idn of tin
i m :. .in,! pn -
II Will .
See Seel 120 ( the 1833 1
A
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AlENIO D I iRAZIO
Aa A
JAMES V. PASQUAN rONIO
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M W R SILVER
\:' rnej : i Administrator
22 Si i bold Bldg.
Miami 12, Florida.
7/13-20-27 S,3
iiavsvht Pep* t'p
Summer Menus
With the approach of warm
weather, an old-time, traditional
food favorite, borscht, once a-
gain takes an important place on
family menus. Zesty, nourish-
ing borscht, once the pride of
Grandma's kitchen, is equally "at
home"' with modern meals and
modern meal:planring methods.
Today, instead of expending
long hours in washing, peelinu,
cutting ard cooking, as Grandma
did, the modern housewife sim-
ply calls on her neighborhood
grocer to select a jar or two. of
Manischewitz Borscht, prepared
by the world-famous B. Mani-
schewitz Company. Manischew-
itz Pareve Borscht is constmtly
tested in the special Ma-ischew-
itz scientific home kitchens. As
each batch comes from the ket-
tles, a sampling goes to the home-
kitchen laboratory to be checked
for natural sugar and mineral
content, and then to a group of
expert food t. s:< r| who make
further tests of flavor. Finally,
the borscht is scaled in steril:
vacuum jars.


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Hebrew words may soon be-
come part of prison lingo as
a number of convicts at famed
San Quentir. prison prepared
to pore over their Aleph-Beth
prirr.ers.
The unique trend came to the
B'nai B'rith Messenger, local
English-Jewish weekly, in the
of a letter from the war-
d< n requesting a supply of back
.ssues of the Messenger's week-
ly Hebrew lesson in column
: rm.
The warden explained that
the issues would be appreciated
: convicts who
ire to learn He-
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and digeation up to par. Money back
If not delighted. Ask your druggist
lor genuine One-A-Dat (brand)
Multiple Vitamin Capsule*, mad*
by Mile* Laboratories. Look foe the
Bgure "1" on the blue package.
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