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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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Combiing THE JEWISH UNITY end THE JEWISH WEEKLY
UUME 25 -Number 26
Z^M^RIDA. FRIDAY. JUNE"
27, 1952
lesume Reparations Talk;
Sever London Debt Issue
LONDON (JTA) Negotiations between the West German u. .u
uolic and State of Israel, based on the German offer to oa^I, *"* brael is to
$715,000,000 in reparations in the form of goods, were resumed iCeiVe g0ods valued at 40.000.
PRICE: TEN CENTS
manv were also resumed.
fftrmal negotiations broke
in April, when the Ger-
delegation was unable to
ke a firm offer to Israel but
l(y "recommendations" to the
on Government. Following a
jjd6 ol informal negotiations,
i German Cabinet approved a
dine bid last week which was
I subject to the outcome of the
ndon conference on Germany's
frnal debts. Under this pro-
al. the full amount which
nany accepted as due to Is-
| would be paid over a period
12 years.
Ilrie Times of London, in an
litorial on the situation, said
Jewish Claims
tes Leave
>r Hague
llhe Praesidium of the Confer-
Israeh It b.amed the 3S KS*' T^ZASTtt
for the previous breakdown in include products made in i
the German-Israel negotiations, countries. He also revealed
re-
riS7l5.0OO.OOO in reparations in the form of goods, were "resumed I eiVe g0ods valued at 400.000 000
nesday at Waasenaar, near The Hague. Negotiations between deutscheir.arks (approximately
my and the Conference on Jew1Sh Material Claims Against .SI00.000,000) within 18 months.
that it was "only reasonable" that A1,houRh the exact types and
Germany do her share in re- S'i'1<\1f Produrts. to be
fSSSn Si=rtL!*P- in^rwiS^otT^tr^edt
may
other
accusing the German delegation thT German" had" proposed that
of having departed from both they offer an additional sum to
the spirit and letter of Chancel- Israel to cover the global claims
lor Konrad Adenauer's original of the Conference on Jewish Ma-
undertakings and of having ttrial Claims and that the Con-
sought to make Israel take "her i ference and Israel decide be-
place in the queue of nations twetn themselves how the total
claiming war damages of an ord- i should be divided.
mary kind." Dr. F. Shinnar. another mem-
The new offer to Israel, it ber of the Israel delegation, said
said, was clear and binding in that Israel had accepted the prin-
the sense stipulated by the Israel ciple of receiving payment of the
Parliament and did not depend global claims and has already
on the outcome of the London reached agreement with the con-
conference on Germany's extern-1 ference on the matter. He added
al debts. "It seems to provide a '. that under no circumstances
6IGCJC1TCS LeaVe reasonable basis for the negoti-' would such agreement effect in-
ations that have just been re- dividual Jewish Claims against
sumed,"_the paper said. Germany. He declared that the
Details of Offer Revealed i latest German offer was in r.o
Details of the German propos- j way conditioned on the results of
; on Jewish Material Claims als were revealed in London by | the London debt conference,
inst Germany announced in Gershon Avner, member of the j Call For Legislation
|tw York that it has instructed
I delegation to procede to The
giie, Holland, to resume ne-
gations early next week with
(German Federal Republic.
|lne Praesidium of the Con-
wice will assemble in Europe
i keep in close touch with its
legation. The Policy Commit-
i of the Conference, represent-
II all its member organizations,
1 meet in Europe at the begin-
te of July to review develop-
nts.
fte decision to re-enter r.ego-
Ijtions was taken by the Con-
(rence in consultation with the
Sel Government which regards
i offer that the German Cabin-
[made to Israel this week as a
te for resuming talks.
e Conference delegation will
i for a settlement of its claim
fneirless Jewish assets and will
continue its negotiations for
prnan legislative measures
"* would enable individual
|?nants to obtain restitution
indemi ification for damages
ained under the Nazi regime.
*k Entry Into
iternational Red
iss Organization
Phe American Red Mogen Dav-
fror Israel, early this week is-
g1 an announcement urging
P e.iorts be directed toward
r""ng admission of the Mog-
L"ov'd Adom, the new state's
"wrpart of the Red Cross,
we League of Red Cross
" at the International Red
atm. on.V('nlion scheduled for
,gto. Canada, in July.
lit n annou"cement indicated
'Previous efforts to obtain
sion had been denied be-
lth# ner.tain number nations
-,! "d Cr()ss objected to the
r7?;,.0n's traditional Jewish
a*W-lem and insisted upon
L^iy the Red Cregcent
Ll"* Mosl
Israeli delegation. He said that | Dr. Nahum Goldmann. chair-
the proposal, accepted as a basis'man of the Jewish Claims Con-
for the resumption of reparations fererce, stressed the importance
discussions, calls for the Ger- of action by the Bonn Parliament
mans to pay Israel the ST15.000.- to ratify agreements previously
000, chieflv in goods, over a per- reached at The Hague on a Ger-
iod of 12 years. man legislative proc-am cover-
Avner said that the offer pro- tCuminued o'i Page 41
Tunis Tension Continues;
Charge French With Blame
weekfromTuL in the after- Itacks on Jewish.life and property
math of several days of attacks
on Jews by young Arab extrem-
ists. The attacks resulted in the
death of one young Jew. the
wounding of many others and
some property destruction.
Responsibility for the disorders
was attributed to extremists or
the Neo-Destour Party, the Tun-
isian Arab nationalists, seeking
to force the Jews to join in their
anti-French demonstrations. The
French Foreign Office charged
that Neo-Destour extremists
were at fault but spokesmen for
the party here and in Tunis con-
demned the attacks
A party spokesman said that.
"We stronglv condemn the inci-
dents which have taken place in
the Jewish quarter of Tun>
where the two elements na\e al-
ways lived together in accord.
He warned Tunisians
of both
are a "heavy blow against the
reputation and name of the Tun-
isian national movement, which
describes itself as progressive and
has asked the help of world opin-
ion and conscience."
The spokesman declared that
these "outrageous" outbreaks of
racial hatred cast doubt on "Tun-
isian maturity" to handle a state
and administration. He added
th't Israel hopes that the re-
sponsible elements in Tunisia
will take steps to secure Jewish
life and property in that coun-
The attacks on Jews in Tunis
had their echo in Israel when
deputies from two opposing par-
ses each proposed that Parl.a-
mnt begin immediately a dis-
cussion ot the Tunisian situation
The proposals were referred to
the Knesset Foreign Affairs Com-
Israeli Newsletter
By ARTHUR LEWIS
(Copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.)
snrl ^"i S&FOK? T Althou<* ^e agreement between Israel
?ecentlv "^ Technical Assistance Board, which was signed here
recent y merely covered the appointment of a resident representa-
iiv a iS6rVe,dwt0 glVe Prom'nence to technical assistance gen-
erally, and Israel has oeen receiving aid from the United Nations
ior some time.
Furthermore, the Swedish commercial expert, Sune Carlsen
who has just arrived in the country as resident representative, will
act as an adviser and co-ordinator for much wider plans of technical
..ssistance. In addition to a number of isolated projects, it has been
filads ad haS 3Sked fr 35 exDerts in the following
Hydraulic development, petroleum exploration, exploitation
ol peat deposits, cellulose pulp and paper production, textile and
p.aslics production, industrial diamond processing, cigar manu-
facture, metallurgy, organization of a school of public administra-
tion for the civil service, and organisation of a rehabilitation cen-
ter for the blind.
Not all of these experts will come from the Technical Assist-
ance Administration here. Some of them will be provided bv the
specialized Agencies. Mr. Carlsen's job will be to help the govern-
ment in drawing up its plans and arranging for the right agencies
to provide the right experts.

There is some misunderstanding about technical assistance,
, which is often confused with economic aid. However, technical
; assistance is just what it implies the provision of experts and
advisers, of technical assistants, and nothing else. It does not in-
clude any economic aid such as the financing of vast projects like
hydro-electric developments or the construction of bridges or fac-
[ tories.
All thai the United Nations does is to provide the experts.
It pays their salaries, while the governments of the countries to
which the experts are assigned are expected to provide any sup-
i plcmenlary staff which is needed. Finally the projects, which
the experts recommend, are to be undertaken by the governments
thmselves.
i For instance, take the case of one of the fiscal experts here,
; Dr. Henri Bloch, who went out to Israel under an agreement signed
| last year. The United Nations paid his salary and the salaries of a
couple of experts which he took along with him, while the Israeli
Government provided him with office space, advisers and a sec-
retarial staff.
Some of the recommendations which Dr. Bloch made after the
two months he spent in Israel, such as the re-appointment of taxa-
tion and new methods for the collection of taxes, have alreadv been
put into force.
It is seldom that UN technical assistance includes any equip-
ment, but later on this year a team of experts is going to Israel to
demonstrate what is called "stabilized earth construction" and is
biinging with them some machinery. "Stabilized earth construc-
tion" is a simple method: of making very cheap building meter-
ials out of the ordinary earth.
The experts will demonstrate how this building material can
I be made with this machinery, and will train Israelis as supervisors
and technicians to carry out a comprehensive housing program us-
\ ing "stabilized earth construction." Other countries with housing
! problems are expected to profit from the lessons learned during
these demonstrations.
Bll B'fflTH YOUTH CONVENE JIT
SHELBOiE TOMORROW FOR MEET
District No. 5, B'nai B'rith Young Women, will hold its Seventh
Annual Convention at the Shelborr.e Hotel, Miami Beach. National
President Midge Skwlosky will fly here from Canada on Saturday
morning to attend, it has been reported by Miss Doris Klein. Con-
vention chairman. Delegates from seven southern states are ex-
pected for the Convention which will open at 5 p.m., and continue
through Tuesday morning.
Lion
>em countries and the
^ and Sun of Iran," the
acernent stated, "are not
a objectionable, and coun-
i&Tte* b these svm-
C """Sanization."
i Star""""nrement added that
Li Davi w recognition.
ard against manoeuv- French Accused
era of "provocateurs seeking o Meanwhile, charges ttatjjj
create a diversion which will f h Government Us'nf
"? the ends of the enem.es Turlsljews aga-ns the Mo,.
of the nation." lems and that his <
(The New York Time*.report- riotin[ mjgj Fnc P ^
ed from Paris that neutial OD ate. an ,D''nKj Arab League
.............'"sh 9I.|!
BWAS?54.j
servers of the Arab--- Bagaaa oru*u
orders in Turns agreec th-Mjey counWes.^ .. m
were "out of character. t ^i(in(, lhe servit-es of
observers pointed, to the factuw
thp Rev of Tunis had reiuiu.
ourirg the Petain reg.me o.en-
force the Petain anti-Jew sh laws
rTums, and that during the
Jffie'in Moslem countries.)
Condemn Outbreak
,n Jerusalem. t. Iforeign M n
jjto spokesman ^vehacon^rn"
ttSgaWndhwogurnd.ngofJew.
a large Jewish minority which
mpeSm can easily instigate
against Arabs and Moslems.
The Arabs said Israel became
a tester" because ;'it imagines
t can protect Tums.an Jews.
Israel's v ews on Tunisia were
condemned as the stjtemente o*
the chosen people of God, who
Jere obviously chosen to dis-
seminate intrigue and sedition in
evTry place and at all times.'
Mrs. L. J. McCaffrey, secretary
of the General Federation of
Women's Clubs, and Honorable
George E. Holt, Circuit Court
Judge, will be featured speakers.
Mrs. McCaffrey will address a
brunch Sunday morning on her
recent trip to Israel. Judge Holt
will be the keynote speaker at
the closing banquet Monday ev-
ening. His subject is scheduled
as: Young AdultsFuture Lead-
ers.
The Convention will open at
sunset with a special Havdalah
service conducted by Dr. Donald
Michelson, Hillel director at the
University of Miami, who will
be in attendance throughout the
sessions as religious adviser. Fol-
lowing dinner, a Get Acquainted
Party for delegates will be held
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mil-
ton Friedman, National Youth
Commissioner. Miss Sally Gross-
man will act as chairman.
is scheduled for Sunday morning.
The afternoon workshop, on How
B'nai B'rith Young Adults Can
("Continued on Page 10)
Block Jerusalem
As Capital Site
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
Syrian Legation here has asked
the United States 'Government
not to transfer the American Em-
bassy in Israel from Tel Aviv
to Jerusalem, it was learned
Tuesday.
The legation here is conduct-
ing intensive propaganda against
"the movement of the Israel cap-
ital from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem",
ard the Syrian Foreign Ministry
has submitted copies of a mem-
orandum on the internationaliza-
tion of Jerusalem to the United
Mrs. James Stern, District pres- Nat-ons and to many states main-
ident, will preside at all busi- i taining diplomatic relations with
ness sessions, the first of which I Israel.


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+Jmlsti rkrktian
J2IDAYJUNE27
195
Form Inter-group
Relations Courses
On 23 Campuses
A record-breaking number of
summer workshops in intergroup
relations to train teachers and
community workers in ways to
dca! with inter-racial and inter-
religious problems, will be held
during July and August at 23
leading American universities in
cooperation with the National
Conference of Christians and
Jews, it was jointly announced
here by Roscoe Brunstetter,
George 'Chertkof and Dr. H.
Franklin Williams, co-chairmen
of the Miami Round Table.
More than 900 teachers and
community workers are expected
to enroll ir. the 1952 courses
which vary in length from two
to six weeks.
"The emphasis in the workshop
training is placed on concrete
problems of immediate concern
and practical value in a school or
community." the-co-chairmen ex-
plained. "In addition to the ac-
quisition of needed skills, the
workshops help teachers to de-
velop a personal philosophy and
consistent set of values to guide
them in their professional work.
"The members of workshops
drawn from different relig-
I and cultural back- .
unds. Living and worki
n the infoi nd demo-
the work-
i
- -
Worksho]
K
:
the Work '
Comrr.unii
ctor
Amsterdam To
He r'eatureil
At Loon #.#.
"..'.: v Amsterdam
dime the entertainment
4th holiday week at
Ai Loon Laki Hotel in the
New York.
Duung the current summer
- >n. the Loon Lake Hotel will !
in addition to Amster-
kich celebrities as Myron
Irra fjetina, Billv Vine
Han Stor.e. Red Buttons. Lar-'
: v Storch, Beth Hunter. Georgie
ps, Ben Yost Vikings and .
g special events to be J
tured during the Young Folks'1
i' nvention on June 26th. and the ,
4th weekend.-, will be Ca- ,
: American tournaments in'
I nnis and other sports.
. :11 also be an Aquacade
i n th four-mile private Loon
th exhibitions and tourn-
nts in boating, canoe-tilting.
: ving, water-sk i dimming,
ing d tithing. A midnil
per party and carnival will
ax the festive week.
IN THE MAIL
Editor. Jewish Floridian.
Dear Sir:
It is with great satisfaction
that the local Orthodox Jewish
.community and all traditional-
nded Jews have witnessed the
increasing recognition given to
I the observance of kashruth laws
at public functions bv our local
organizations.
During the past winter, many
local groups including the Bur-
eau of Jewish Education. Ha-
j dassah and the Jewish Federa-
tion have held kosher catered af-
I fairs so that no section of our
j community might be excluded
from participation.
We regret that .Bonds for Is-
I rael has not yet seen the mi-
i port3nce of similar action and
I that the policy of kosher public
' functions has as yet not become
| the accepted norm in our com-
munity.
We are impelled to protest the
viloation of this principle by the
Miami Beach-Israel Zionist Dis-
trict. In past years, this group
has found it possible to conduct
extremely successful kosher ban-
quest. Its last Sunday function.
however, was not kosher. Its ef-
forts at re-uniting the Zionists
on Miami Beach through "break-
ing bread togethtr"' are weaken-
ed bv such disregard for the
of a significant portion
of its membership.
!- t no i IK tell you that fish
prepared in kitchen and j
liahes with tray-
ils i- in keeping v
It j
Our glowing community
-.
:

- and cal
function, whet'
dozen peopiv
hundred, can be
with kai
ruth ts. Local rabbis.
and proprietors are all
:; to help the planning of-
k hi: functions.
National "rsianizations have al-
mally accepted the pol-
icy of requiring kashruth observ-
at all public functions. Let
our local organizations do like-
wiae, and we will have helped
cement the unity and fellowship
of our Jewish people.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
Beach Receives
Photo Of Judge
Jack Rosen
The Miami Beach Bar Asso-
ciation- will present a photo-
giaph of the late Judge Jack A.
j Rosen to the City of Miami Beach
on Monday. June 30th. 4 p.m.. at
the Municipal Court Room.
Judge Rosen and his wife were
killed in an auto-train accident
jne3r Palm Beach some three
months ago as they returned
! from visiting friends in the r.orth-
! ern part of the state.
Harry Zukernick, president of
the Association, will make the
presentation to Mayor D. Lee
Powell, who will accept the pho-
Itograph on behalf of the City.
Principal speakers will be Mu-
i nicipal Court Judge Algert Sap-
erstein and Milton Weiss.
Continental Trio
Featured At
Strauss Evening
The Continental Trio, featur-
ing Frances Warsowe. was pre-
sented in a concert by the Miami
Beach Community Center last
week.
Honored at the affair was Irv-
ing Strauss. Community Center
-.rage, who is a graduate
of the Odessa School of Fine
Arts. Trieste. Italy. Mr. Strauss'
art works have been exhibited
throughout the country.
performing trio was com-
posed of Miss Warsowe. leader
and pianist; Benjamin Noten. vio-
lin: and Frank Hennig. 'cellist.
nerly of Bos-
ton, taught at the Fox-Buonam-
ici School of Pianoforte there.
Noten has played under Antonio I
lh and in many cities
" F.n-ope. Hennig*S con-
cert work includi s p.tiormances
with major symphony orchestras
At the recent 55th Annual Convention of the Zionist Organization!
of America. Rabbi Irving Miller (center), of Woodmen. Lonol
Island, was elected president. Seymour B. Liebman left:. Miami!
Beach, was elected to the National Executive Council. Abraham!
Goodman (right), formerly of Miami and now of New York
ceived the cod as vice president.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 27. 1952
I'll Say...
In Bombay, the gracious and devout lady of a P ir?P
home showed me a shirt of white linen worn bs h
twelve year old boy.' It is short-sleeved, without a cot.
lar, like any other undershirt. But tins Sudreh
sewed in its center a small pouch, or pocket
Circh-han is the symbolic bag for the good deeds 't,
be filled each day by the wearer. The Sudreh is given
to ih. boy at a consecration ceremony that murks his
admission into the fold of Zoroaster. It took slight
imagination to identify the Parsee ritual shirt with th i
Small Tallith the Jewish boy puts on at Bar-Mitzva
KUSTI AND TALLITH nuwva.
Parsees, men and women, wear the Kusti tho
sacred girdle woven out of lamb's wool spun into' fine
thread. Its 72 strands represent the number of ehan
ters in the Persian Scriptures. The Kusti WOrn over the
Sudreh is drawn thrice about the waist to signify the
three great commands of Zoroaster Humatu"Hilkhta
Huvarshta good thoughts, good words, good deeds'
This symbolism is strongly suggestive of the Tzitzith
or fringes hanging down the coiners of the large Til
litli. the shawl worn by Orthodox Jews during waver
SIMILITUDES 6 prayer.
The morality and ethical principles of the Parsee re-
ligion closely approximate Judaism. Its meritorious
ads (Mitzvas) are similar in spirit; so are the ideas as
to what is sinful. It is also about as free of idols and
images. The Magi also had a conception of the Messiah
who will be born of a virgin and bring the dead back
to life. This is enough to convince anti-Semitic writ-
ers (and the number is legion) that Jews also appropri-
ated from others their supposedly original idea of a
Redeemer; for how can Jews be original about any-
thing? Judeophobes even allege that the Book of Job
was the work of some wise man of the East; it is im-
possible for any Jew to write as noble a book
IN THE MIDDLE AGES
Nor was the status-quo of Indian Parsees and Jews
in Europe very dissimilar. The occasional tirades of
Anglo-Indians betray resentment inspired by the com-
mercial success of the Parsee minority. Economics is
also the chief source of anti-Semitism. Parsees and
Jews were forced to leave their original homelands and
^J^^ilfhridHaf?
PAGE 3
Similarities Between Jews And Parsees
Sous' nSrfie*^1,^3 both
-" 1-Hl and KStoTSSlitoS,tob ,forbidden t0
ent. Both were d< n,.^1 5 1the natlve environ-
K^MC258SP and "i"-*
I^JiKllCASTIl.E ITIiSUTS
Jew?lrv1d ER ["ffn JV^ ** Just as
The Brahman'cM, ul, I hurch and feudalism.
ntuminati,, ,n,i n scarcf^ mVe without risk
nfit for t J .' "SCOT? dcspisc'd commerce
idered &JfiJ&^*S& 0t EuroPe
gloried in feats Of arms fi, fh \ landowner, who
mafor!tP?etPebl ttfhuinnHUred eoV'Lo the dminant
AnWtoSStM?9^ identities in
the deadly antaeonim V r \.he former cscaPfd
Jew touZ nimsoTr T r ,"eh?10Us bigotry; whereas the
ssrS pss^ass^xss szt
exioW^vWr,.^hattd by thc -*
PARSEE OBJECTION TO CONVERTS
Jews 2? pT' f f1""1"4* the indifference of
mUM t parsees towards proselytizing. Parsees
bof I US* h'nMeaS?d 3nd mul"P"ed without num-
P,WL hold.out encouragement to converts. The
JlterS f 100'00 is stationa'-y; and since
s n t ?Ug.m.enf. pL,wer and Prestige, their attitude
U not quite intelligible. Of course, there is the econ-
omic factor. The Parsees are noted for the care they
bestow upon their under privileged. In poverty strick-
T-mniJ !nnumel;abl(-; Paupers would flock to the Fire
lempies if only to obtain bare living necessities. The
rasee leaders no doubt shrink from the prospect of
taking on such a burden. Yet other converts of higher
economic and social castes could also be attracted. Per-
haps Parsee experience with converts has not been too
satisfactory.
Bert Sher To Give Sermonette
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
JEWISH LUKEWARMNESS
eom^eheniS^Jers^ LlsTut 'S&gP* *&
PYDdW0Ut newcomer. is an exception.
EXPERIEbCES IN MASS CONVERSION
,mLhe activit!es of Jewish proselytism varied with
/nR,rnd,,t,0nS' Its g,eatest was attamed
mJth8 i"an tlmes> amon2 Pe0Ple weary of childish
aS5ersanf ffi". lmm,oral,t/- B' ^e Y^iAdonoi
(leaieis of God) turned quite readily from the Syna-
gogue to the early Christian missionaries weachtaa:
Sttftt I'1"0 ha,f-baked converts eagerly whan?
a-!in.hiUrhCnSTv5 l'lteS f Judaism *or Heavenly bliss
fiif in ,'er-by 1th/og more one,ous ^an declaring be-
vel on .Cruci',ed Sav!our- '*!* fa^h in mass con-
Si S .ely shaken- Soon the Church made it a
capital offense to convert any one to Judaism. So after
the lapse of centuries, Jewish psychology was no longer
attuned to missionizing.
MAGI COMPLEXITIES i
A somewhat comparable experience befell the fol-
lowers of Zoroaster, as explained to me by Dr. Tara-
porewala I expressed surprise at the numerical de-
cline of believers in so great a religion. The sage and
philosopher declared that with the centuries the Magi-
an theology became more and more complicated. The
ritual became so involved that the plain person could
not understand what it all meant. Then came the Mos-
lem conquerors and offered a simple doctrine: "Allah
is God and Mohammed his Prophet." The reward of a
Paradise with ravishing houris attracted the more prim-
itive. The Persians went over en masse to Islam. The
more spiritual immigrated to India.
The second in a series of late
Friday evening summer services
will be held at the Beth David
Congregation tonight at 8:15 p.m.
Bert Sher, youth coordinator
for the Greater Miami United
Synag< gue Youth whose regional
I convention will be held August
25th through 27th, will be guest
speaker. Sher will discuss youth
and its relation to the synagogue.
His sc: mon topic is scheduled as:
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The Beth David summer series
is the first in the Congregation's
history. Designed primarily for
participation by young persons
and adults, the late services are
led by lay worshipers, with ser-
monettes delivered by business
and professional men of the area.
Liebman To
Appear On
Living Journal
Seymour B. Liebman, attorn-
ey and civic leader, will appear
on Simon Seiden's Living Journ-
al, a feature of the Jewish For-
um of the Air, Sunday. June 29th,
11 a.m., over station WFEC.
Recently named to the Nation-
al Executive Council of the Zi-
onist Organization of America,
Liebman will also participate in
a special memorial broadcast to
the memory of the late Paul
Oilier, youthful Miami Zionist
Pioneer who was killed in a
train-auto accident near Tel Aviv
some six weeks ago.
liabbi Mettehelofi
To Speak At
Kabbinieal Meet
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, of
Congregation Beth Jacob, will be
guest speaker at the Annual Con-
vention of the Rabbinical Coun-
cil of America, to be held in
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the
week 01 June 30th. The Web-
ster Hotel will be convention
headquarters.
Rabbi Mescheloffs theme will
be: The Rabbi As Counselor, at
the afternoon session of Tues-
day, July 1st. Topic for the day
will be Standards For The Rabbi.
As one of the executive mem-
bers of the national Kashruth
Commission of the Rabbinical
Council of America, the Rabbi
will also take part in the delib-
erations at its policy making ses-
sions. Rabbi Mescheloff is a
member of the National Execu-
tive of the RCA and a former vice
president.
Mrs. Mescheloff will attend ses-
sions of the Women's Division of
the Council as representative
from the Southeast. One of the
organizers of the sister group,
she is a former vice president.
Flagler-Granada Picnic
Paul Marks, athletic chairman
of the Flagler-Grar.ada Jewish
Community Center, has complet-
ed plans for a July 4th picnic to
be held at Mathcson Hammock.
Assisting will be Walter Stewart,
Leon Bernard and Ralph Lang.
AZA-BBG Holds
AZA-B"nai B'rith Girls, District
No. 5, held their 17th Annual
Convention at Camp Blue Star,
Hendersonville, North Carolina,
from June 16th through 20th.
Delegates attending for AZA
chapters here were Robert Fish-
er ar.d Stanley Dick, of Miami,
and Alan Baum, of Hollywood.
BBG delegates from the Greater
Miami area included Marilyn
Bauman, Audrey Slotkin, Meta
Rose Schwartz, Abby Goldfinger,
Elaine Strunin, Marion Feit, Bar-
bara Pearl, Barbara Gardner and
Suzanne Covan.
Third place winner in a story-
telling contest during the Con-
vention went to Barbara Pearl,
Miami. Other contestants includ-
ed Marilyn Bauman, Miami
Beach. Winner of the Pop Song
District Meetin
Division was Sholem Chapter'No.
14, with contestants Marilyn
Bauman, Audrey Slotkin and
Meta Schwartz.
The Southern Region Basket-
ball Team was the victor over
the Florida team in a hotly con-
tested game ending in a 55-53
score. Among participants were
Stanley Dick and Bob Fischer,
of Miami.
New officers of the District,
following election and installa-
tion at a Convention Banquet,
include Suzanne Covan, Miami,
1st vice president; Maida Swartz,
Miami Beach, reporter; and Bar-
bara Gardner, Miami, president
of the Florida Region.
Prizes given included the Com-
munity Service Award received
by the Hillel B'nai B'rith Girls,
of Miami.
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FRIDAY. JUNE 27.
1952
EDITORIAL
The Jewish Dilemma
Jews in America, as throughout the world, are
rarely regarded individually. Their actions are
judged as the actions of a group. Should one of
them be guilty of a misdemeanor, the onus is
borne by all.
Thus, for example, the Rosenberg atomic treas-
on case has elicited from many corners of the na-
tion the smear that Jews generally are traitors,
that they can not be considered trustworthy citi-
zens and that their chief motivatior. is some sort
cf international Zionisman accusation as ab-
surd as it is contradictory in meaning.
The unfortunate aspect of the Jewish position
is that Jews, in turn, can not deal legahsacally
cr.d individually w-.th the misdeeds of their co-
religionists. As Americans, they are subject to
the laws of the land. The Rosenbergs, as Jaws,
have added further fuei to vicious anti-Semites,
while the initial effort to try them by the peer3
cf their faith proved the validity of this funda-
mental principle, merely augmenting the vanity
cf hate mongers through amplification of the re-
ligion! issue.
The case of Benjcmin H. Freedman is les3 pub
licized although equally treasonable. Here, Jews
cs a group suffer his outrages but are unequip-
ped to deal with them by process of law, since
.he violation of Americcn statutes cue not involv-
ed. The financial backer of a New Jersey anti-
Semitic publication Freedman is, no less, a cous-
in of Samuel D. Leidesdorf, honorary vice presi-
dent cf the American Jewish Committee. A pro-
Arab millionaire who weeps copious tears for the
ctrocities committed against Moslem nations by
cggressive Israel, he has also been largely re-
sponsible for recent slanderous remarks heaped
upon Anna Rosenberg.
It :s inconceivable that an Americcn Jew can
be guilty of such duplicity. News reports this
week however, have indicated Freedman's
change of heart. It is felt that he will drop his

HoJrfa
Saddened Lady
anti-Semitic activity should the American Coun-
cil for Judaism accept him as a member
The Jewish anti-Semite's re-orientation is no
less odious than before; the organization into
which he seeks admission, early this week an-
Israel's Select
The bombing of a high Israeli Government of.
facial s home early this week gives much Ca
for wonder. "*
Minister of Communications David Z Pink
escaped injury when a bomb exploded on thn
doorstep of his apartment. Apparently the 0,
tack was motivated by the Minister's announce."
ment that the Sabbath be one of two days durina
the week when the use of private cars must re!
main restricted.
The two men arrested for the bombinq are
Amos Kinan and Shaltiel Ben Yair, a journalist
and reserve officer, respectively. Members of the
Canaanite sect which includes natives who con-
sider immigrants from Europe interlopers and who
long for the days of pastoral Israel some 2 000
years ago, these men took it upon themselves to
terroize the Tel Aviv community as en asoect of
their fanatic belief.
They are not alone in their strange, archaic
attitudes. Other groups have also attempted to
impose outmoded governing methods on the mod-
ern Jewish state with the resulting shameful af-
flict between secular and religious institutions
and between Sabras who quite often carry a di-
vine spark on their shoulders and the weary
shambles of a near-destroyed European Jewry.
We must, at least for a moment, wonder if
our assistance is reserved merely for Israel's
native "select".
nounced that it will send representatives to the
Chicago Republican Party Convention for dis-
tributing anti-Zionist material among delegates.
As a group. Jewry here continues to remain
shackled. The guaranteed right of freedom of ac-
tion assures the continuation of mass Jewish hat-
red on an individual basis, while the concept of
American citixenry at large as a subject of the
people's law. prevents Jewry from dealing with
the subversive sentiments of its single brethem.
Archaelogical Discoveries In Israel Resume TdlkS
Yield Key To State's Historical Past
The
y dur-
I been
ut in Um n sin ; thn
todies the Government Depart -
i. the J
tire Expl rat
I :'
ir, exesvationi were
also earned out by a French for-
'.;.- headed bv R N- ..-
^r.d J. Perrot. Many dis-
l j teen
.ance or on the fes-
tive of the Israel Defense
For.T.-
Rerr.ains dating from prehis-
ea up to the Byzantine
i have been uncovered in
various parts of the country. As a
lit of the founding of new
ttli ment) and the establishment
[migrants' quarters, antiqui-
rom various periods have
brought up from the depths
c f the eart.-.. Th j-teen layers were
revealed in the excavations at
Beth Yerah, near Lake Tiberias.
Among them were remairs from
tr.e early Bronze Age. the Middle
Bi r.ze Age and the Persian
period.
In Lower Galilee, a synagogue
was unearthed which has a mo-
saic floor with the symbols of
the twelve trices in relief
thing new in the way of
synagogue decoration in Israel.
In the reighborhood of Beth Yam.
a small port dating back to the
Persian period, was identified.
Earthenware vessels in the area
.v an er.t m ly new light on
the history of settlement along
the shores of the Mediterranean
Sea. The pottery dates from the
Fifth Century BCE. and testifies
to the existence m that early
period of a Greek center near
Jaffa. Among the discoveries at
Caesaria may be mentioned
apart from the sensational find of
a fs/nous statue remains of a
courtyard paved with used stones,
r mains of a Byzantine building,
mosaic and an inscription.
Finds made i-i Affulc-h are par-
ticularly instructive They include
earthenware vessels dating from
the Hyksos period, a factory for
making pottery, and the remains
of a furnace for the casting of
metal vessels, dating from the
period of the conquest of tha
country.
A Roman theater was brought
to light near Tantura; wine vats
and glass factories were discov-
ered in Apollonia, near Rishon:
and a Graeco-Roman cemetery
was found near Acre.
e of the investigations are
re general and comprehen-
sive int. rest concerning the Mid-
dle E neraL Such are. for
example, the findi of Mr L. Stek-
elis near Sha'ar Hagolan. The
Neolithic culture revealed in
that area has beer, given a special
name. Yarmukisn culture, ar.d it
constitutes an archaelogical find
of a variegated and unique char-
acter. The materials of which the
vessels are made include basalt,
rock, flint, sandstone, limesf DC
mud. clay and bones. The vessels
themselves include axes. hoes.
spades, knives, dishes of various
ki'ds. awls, drills, pitchers and
pots.
The remains of the small settle-
ment at Tel Yerisha brought to
light by Professor E. L. Sulenik.
of the Hebrew University, are
1 from the Hyksos period, the
smooth pressed earth being char-
acteristic of Hyksos fortifications.
The Hyksos entered the countrv
the Eighteenth Century" BCE.
and graves dating from this peri-
i od have also been discovered in
Tel-Aviv. Hyksos remains are, in
j fact, common in many parts of
| the country" The Tel Kassileh ex-
cavations added a very valuable
pter to the knowledge of the
plural period in this country.
They have also helped in the gen-
il chronological clarification of
I Israel ceramics.
Israelite Board Meets
The Board of Directors of the
Israelite Center will meet on
Thursday. July 3rd. at 8 p.m.
-____________________
Reverond Heim
Given Contract
On Sunday morning. June 22nd,
the Reverend Leo Heim was ten-
dered a contract for the coming
year as spiritual leader and prin-
cipal of the Sunday and Hebrew
I Schools of the Hialeah-Miami
Springs Jewish Community Cen-
Iter.
, The document was signed by
Chairman Nate Becker in the
presence of the Board of Direc-
tors ar.d members of the Relig-
lious Board, whose co-chairmen
jare Philip Begun and Irving Zit-
jter.
Marking a milestone in its
j community life. Reverend Heim
is the first spiritual leader to be
(chosen by the organization. The
Reverend left for a vacation and
jwiil return to assume his duties
at the Center on August 15th.
fContinued from Page 1)
mg restitution and indemnifica-
tion claims of individual victims
I of r'azism.
Referring to the German plan
of payment, he said it was hoped
. that such payment could be ef-
fected within a shorter period
and said once German commer-
cial credit is re-established, Ger-
many may apply for a loan to
' meet these moral claims" in less
' time.
The negotiations, once con-
cluded, 'should result in sub-
stantial assistance to Israels
strained economy and to individ-
ual claimants and will provide
at least some compensation in the
material sphere for the inesti-
mable, manifold and horrendous
damages inflicted upon Jewry'-"
' he added.
Arabs Protest
Meanwhile, the Palestine Arab
i Higher Committee has protested
to the West German Govern-
imert and to United Nations Sec-
retary General Trygve Lie a-
nst German proposals to pay
reparations to Israel. It demand-
ed instead that the payments be
made to Palestine Arab refu-
gees, German officials disclosed
i in Washington. A German
spokesman said the protest, re-
ceived bv the Foreign Ministry,
was being considered with the
'utmost reserve".
I The note violently accused the
I Jews of brutal aggression and in-
human persecution of the Arab
population and asserts that the
Arabs, not the Jews, are entitled
to reparations. The note com-
plained that reparations would
[strengthen the Jewish State and
(thus provide means for "new ag-
J grcssions".
13 Miamians Pass
Pharmacy Test
Thirteen Greater Miami resi-
dents have been granted licenses
I to practice pharmacy in Florida,
the state board of pharmacy an-
nounced here.
In the list of successful appli-
cants are:
I Frank J. Brady, Isidore M.
i Blumenthal. Jacob Bursuk, Abra-
ham Ludwig. Hyman Rifkin, Rog-
ler J. Williams. Solomon Reil-
|purn. Robert W. James. Jr., Dav-
id Orfen. Harvey A Pickle.
| Bertram Oshins. William Rav-
I itz and David Glaser.
Among the new pharmacists
were four Hollywood men, Frank
J. Drescher. Ignatz Jacobs, Jos-
eph Weiss and Oscar Glaser.
Form Dade
County Human
Relations Council
Ofiicial approval of the Dade
County Council on Community
Relations, a new agency devoted
to a program for better human
relations, was reported here
by Gilbert J. Balkin. director of
the Florida Regional Office. An-
ti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith and member of the Coun-
cil's Executive and Planning
Committees.
It was reported that the Board
of Commissioners of Dade Coun-
ty agreed to recommend a $10.-
000 budgetary allotment for the
Council after hearing a delega-
tion headed by Hollis Rinehart.
Miami lawyer and Council chair-
man, and representatives of a
cross-section of community ag-
encies, including the Anti-Def-
amation League.
The Council has been organiz-
ing for some time, and its new-
status. Balkin says, is "a conse-
quence of the sincere desire of
officials and the people of Dade
County to prevent, ever again,
the shocking occurrences of last
year." The anti-minority inci-
dents here included the bombing
of synagogues ar.d community
center, a Negro housing project,
and a Catholic church.
Balkin also reported that fed-
eral, state and local police of-
ficers are still actively- investi-
gating the bombings but are un-
able, at this time, to make their
findings public.
Besides ADL other agencies
here participating in the Coun-
cil's activities will be the Miami
Round Table, the Greater Miami
Council of Churches, the Greater
Miami Ministerial Association,
Central Boulevard Lions Club.
M.ami Joint Council, ILGWU.
Greater Miami Inter-Faith Coun-
cil. Conference of Jewish Wom-
en's Organizations of Dade and
Browaru Counties and the Miami
Beach Jewish Center.
Miami Business
II a Season Here
Mrs. Peter Brad, honorary
president, will preside at a final
board meeting of the Miami Busi-
ness and Professional Hadaauh
Group on Monday, June 30th.
8:30 p-m., in Tyler's Restaurant
Miss Rosalyn Klein, recently in-
stalled as president, will be guest
of honor at the social following.
Opens
\ew Offic*e Here
To keep pace with the rapid
growth of the Greater Miami Ar-
ea, the Seaboard Railroad is ex-
panding its facilities by estab-
lishment of a ticket office on
Miami Beach and is increasing
its forces, "involving promotions
for several members of the local
staff, it was annourc-d hereby.
W. J. Ficht, general passenger
agent.
The new office, to be located
at 1553 Washington Avenue, Mi-
ami Beach, will be in iharg? of
City Passenger and Ticket .Vent
James M. Gray, wel! known in
railroad, church and civic circles
here for many years.
Recognizing the growth 3f Mi-
ami Beach and the ir.rreasing
volume of year round travel it
firoduces, the Seaboard is sstab-
ishing a new position of city
passenger agent, in addition to
the Beach Ticket Office staff
The new position of ir.ide so-
licitor and passengr service**
pert has been awarded lo Clar-
ence V. Smith, who was ajmn
Bellmore, Long Island. Ne*
York.
J. M. Gray will te .-u.ceeded
as city passenger and u.ket ag-
ent in the Miami Ticket Office
bv William J. Bailey. Jr.. young
railroad man from West Palm
Beach, where he has been prom-
inently identified in church, nil-
road and civic circles for several
years. ___
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FRIDAY". JUNE 27. 1952
IN THE JEWISH SCHOOLS, 1951-1352
By LOUIS SCHWARTZMAN, Executive Director
Bureau of Jew.sh Education of Greater Eu
Children Receiving a Jewish Education
To determine with some accuracy the numh< r ni i u t
ren of elementary and Junior High School age in Greater^i "W*
the school year 1951-1952, the Bureau of Jewish Fdu^tL^13"?1 for
the aid of the Board of Instruction of Dad7c0umv aT enl,Stcd
Yom Kippur (October 10, 1951) in the public schocJ L !!!?. T
irom which was deducted the normal daily absence A ,^b.Ulated'
of 4,464 was revealed. This count was still suffi to .JtLT1
boosting the grand total to a possible 5,000 Jewish Plnm.ablesJ
,unior high school pupils in Greater Miami elementary and
Registration at the Jewish schools for the school vMr ioki i
as indicated below, totals 2,691 in the Sunday schook h 9'J,952'
the all-day and afternoon schools. Elimination^ SupHcTtion'of'en"
rollment in the afternoon and Sunday schools with the Sil i
some private students, brings the total unduXatrd JS.1 i
pupils registered at the Jewish schools of Create mL??
3,500, an increase of 500 students over that oMast v?r
This total enrollment representing approximately' 70% of the
total possible Jewish child population, is more than 3% above he
estimated normal increase in Jewish child DODulatinn in r,.
Miami. If to this 70% is added another estimaS %, to ?nclude
those children who registered during the course of the year and
dropped out and children who received some Jewish education ^n
the years before and failed to register this year, there 4ma?n about
500 Jew.sh children of Greater Miami who are no treSfanv
form of Jewish education at any time. This final number. Lain
IS a decrease of 300 children from that estimated last year Hence
cons.derabe progress in registration at the Jewish schools' maybe
noted throughout Greater Miami.
!S88" ** tH* J*Wi,h Schools <** of February 1952)
SCnwwwo Sunday"
School
Beth David (Conservative .......... 562
Cardiac Home (BJE) ................. \.....
Beth El (Orthodox).......................... 102
Beth Sholom (Liberal) ..................!"!!! 255
Coral Gables (Liberal) .......................[ 312
Fl'gler-Granada (Conservative) ........... 178
Hebrew Academy (All-Day) ..............
heorew High School (BJE) ............... \
L.a.ea..-Miami Springs (Conservative) ........ 87
I. aciite Center (Conservative) ............... 75
Kneseth Israel (Orthodox) .................
Miami Beach Jewish Center (Conservative) ... 234
Miami Hebrew School (Orthodox) ............. 99
North Dade (Conservative) .................. 43
Northshore Jewish Center (Conservative) ...... 179
Temple Israel (Reform) ...................... 326
Tifcreth Israel Northside (Conservative) ___ 64
West Miami (Conservative) ................... 129
Workmen's Circle Beach (Yiddish) ..........
Workmen's Circle Miami (Yiddish) .........
Zamcra Jewish Center (Conservative) ......... 46
Afternoon
School
175
20
84
210
75
32
212
30
15
32
38
183
80
16
87
25
48
43
49
27

Ha ,,<>,, Stahl To
Be < Hinmissionvti
m XZy ,St,"hl- son of Mr and
'from .Whl K'aduatc shortly
Schonl n= ?ff'Cers' Car.didatc
Fnr n S A'my En8'nrs, at
Fort fielvoir. Virginia.
In a letter to the Stahls, the
Headquarters Commander cited
. |he Physical, mental and
moral standards required of of-
ccr candidates." he wrote, "are
veryhigh, and in achieving these
*** Harvey has shown a
strong des,re to better serve his
country while he is in the serv-
Hil gQ^Ua,te of Miami Senior
",g'}.School and the University
of Miami, where he received the
BBA degree, Stahl is a former
|mo!Tbel;k0f.A,?A and was affili-
ated with MICA while on camp-
us. He is married to the former
Santa Shulman.
Schwartz Named
To Public
Relations Group
Gerald Schwartz, public rela-
tions director of the Greater Mi-
ami Committee for State of Is-
rael Bonds, has been elected a
member of the American Public
Relations Association.
Schwartz is also a member of
the American Marketing Associa-
tion, the National Industrial Ad-
vertisers Association, the Flor-
ida Public Relations Association
and the Florida Press Association.
He is vice president of the Great-
er Miami Professional and Alum-
ni chapter of Alpha Delta Sigma,
professional advertising fratern-
ity, and editor of the Advertis-
ing Club of Greater Miami.
Dr. Rosenthal Named
; Vice President Of
Dental Society
Dr. Albert Rosenthal, Miami
dental surgeon, was elected 1st
vice president of the East Coast
Dental Society during the group's
summer meeting held here.
Other officers are Drs. Leslie
B. Bell, of West Palm Beach,
president: Jack E. Beckwith, Mi-
ami, president-elect; William R.
tdwards. Fort Lauderdale, 2nd
vice president; and E. Monrie
J-arber, Delray Beach, secretary-
treasurer.
Dr Willard van Camp, Miami
Beach, was re-elected delegate
to the executive council of the
Florida State Dental Society. Dr.
L- L. Lund, Miami, was chosen
alternate.

Uuncraggan Inn
; Adds New Lodge
Duncraggan Inn, Henderson-
, Ville, North Carolina, announces
1 the addition of a new lodge which
I will be ready for occupancy by
I July vacation guests, it has been
I announced by Blanche and Sid
I Lewis, owr.er-managers.
The lodge, yet unnamed, is of
CBS construction with each room
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2,691 1,481
Of the Sunday schools' total, 1,323 are boys and 1,368 are girls.
Of the afternoon schools' total, 1,058 are boys and 423 are girls. The
iigures in the Sunday schools and afternoon schools of Beth Sholom
and Miami Beach Jewish Center are unduplicated and may be add-
ed for their total registration. There is considerable duplication in
other schools.
Comparison for Past Three Yean
1948.50 1950-51 1951-52
Number receiving Jewish Education ...... 2,700 3,000 3,500
Sunday Schools ......................... 2,385 2,582 2.691 |
Afternoon Schools ....................... 1,093 1,281 1,481;
Percent of Jewish children receiving
Jewish education at one time .......... 50% 60% 70%
Interpreting the Figures
1. The Bureau's statistical exploration of Jewish child popula-
tion of Greater Miami, with all due regard for the limitations of the
Yom Kippur method, throws some doubt on the estimated 9% an-
ru;,l growth of Jewish population in Greater Miami, at least in ref-
erence to child population growth. According to the Federation
census of 1947. with an annual increase of 9%, there should be over
5500 Jewish children between the ages of 5 and 16; the Bureau
study points to such a child population of about 5,000.
2. The Bureau's population study shows that more and more !
Jewish children fail to receive some form of Jewish education. The i
decline of last year, from 800 to 500 uneducated Jewish youths, I
shows that the Jewish schools are beginning to meet the Jewish j
educational needs in all areas of Greater Miami. Exposure to Jew- ,
:>h education may soon include practically all of Jewish youth; the
problem of quality of instruction still remains.
3. The sharp rise from 60% to 70% of Jewish children who are ,
iving Jewish education at any ore time, is due not only to the :
'vision in Jewish child population figures. The actual increase in
the last year in registration from 2.582 in the Sunday schools to
2.691, and in the afternoon schools from 1.281 to 1.481, gives a clear-
> r picture of gains in registration. Less duplication of registration j
in the Sunday and afternoon schools, through integrated school
units using Sunday as another session of the afternoon school.
r.derlines these gains.
4. Last year's sign of progress in greater gains for the after-
noon schools continues this year. For the first time, increase in
'' gistration at the afternoon schools is greater than that of he Sun-
day school*, 200 to 109. This is a clear indication that more and more :
I nts are recognizing the inadequacy of the Sunday schools and
seeking more instructional time for their children.
5- The increase of girls in the registration at the afternoon
' hoola is another hopeful note: in 1950-1951. 306 girls attended the
"'noon schools; this year the figure has jumped to 423. Jewisn
parents now seem to realize that the keystone to the continuity oi
Jewish life lies in the Jewish home and that an informed. Jewisn-
educated mother is an essential ingredient of the Jewish home.
6. The school-list above showing many small schools particu-
larly in the afternoon, contains a remaining danger of tdtKUoiuJ
frustration because of limited hours of instruction, inadequate latu-
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FRIDAY. JUNE 27,
During The Week ...a.
By LEO MINDLIN
-------------Mrs. Soltz Given
See it |srae| Summer
------------ Institute Award
PORTRAIT OF A PRESS PARTY: Governor-elect Dan Mc-
Carty stood in the middle of a suite at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel
last week. Tanned and considerably relaxed, he was the object of
many remarks concerning his health.
Apparently, McCarty had lost weight during his recent cam
paign. He was, he said, in the process of gaming it back slowly.
Details explaining his subsequent trip to North Carolina followed.
Adulation for the view o: the hay below elaborated upon the sig-
nificant observation that Mianuans took its beauty for granted.
There were general murmurs of agreement.
McCarty was surrounded by retinue of victorious supporter*.
All seemed loathe to discuss political issues. An obvious tone of
weariness could hardly be disguised by the deliberate, festive im-
pulse which caused momentary bursts of laughter and enthusiasm.
The caucus, the stratagems and the campaigning were dim shad-
ows that needed forgetting. I could feel a genuine effort to avoid
smoke, fast talking and professional attitudes.
The city's morning daily newspaper representative was greeted
with consummate tenderness in recognition of his electioneering
The afternoon daily's representative was ushered in with modern Israel, given by the fac-
ulty of the Hebrew University
Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz. of 511 SW
7th Court. Miami, has been a-
warded a scholarship to attend
the Israel Summer Institute,
sponsored by the Jewish Agency
for Palestine, this summer com-
mencing July 8th.
The only recipient of the schol-
arship in the South. Mrs. SolU
left for New York last night. Af-
ter several days in fTew York, she
will flv to Paris on June 29th.
I here, she will board the SS
Kcdman, arriving in Israel on
Julv 6th.
The first three weeks of the
Institute in Israel will be spent
in study and group discussions
on Jewish history. Zionism and
effort
only slightly less circumstance McCarty's supporters, through fac-
ial gestural and witticisms, expressed their gratitude by sighs of
relief that it was ail OVt ;
New. everyone could test. The battle was von and Brailey
Odham properly defeated. Someone humorously mentioned Re-
P'li'iican Harry Swan as the source of firm Opposition in Novem-
Discussion on fishing techniques dispensed with any such
notion. Moments later, m reply to a question concerning his ab-
sence from ti-e I'niversitx of Florida commencement, McCartv said
thai he had not been invited.
The Redland District News insisted the governor-elect had and
le a big issue of this; apparently, it was significant I" turn,
licated that his son %vas a member of the graduating ,,'"%"" WV' '?ve 1Man "
class and thai he certain!) would have attended were he invited i',1^ ",-, stPP,nR '" Pans
An upstart men roes tired a political remark at the Hendersonvffle, North Carolina.
shock to U was ndescribeble. Fortunately. will b*1 the last phase of her trip.
S wh St U moved with reasonable balance and
- esse, entered the party His glorious cap became the object of
d the fright of a near-disastrous situ-
.
I followed the impolite journalist with a question of my own.
I was curious about rumors first spread during the early stages
ot the gubernatorial campaign here thai McCarty would introduce
and officials of the Israeli Gov-
ernment.
A tour of the new state will
follow, with visits to kibbutzim,
the Galilee, Negev settlements,
Haifa. Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.
A special visit to Meier Shfeyah.
the orphaned children's village
supported by Junior Hadassah
funds, will also be included on
the schedule.
Mrs. Soltz will leave Israel on
Home Of Agoj
Kosidents To Be
Entortaillod H
On Sunday. jun,. 29th
star review of
Greater
an aU;
>"ngstersint.
Miami arc, will
area
Mrs. Gerald Soltz
retary of the Greater Miami Zion-
ist Youth Commission, immediate
past president of the Eleanor
Roosevelt Chapter. B'nai B'rith
Women, and vice president of the
Metropolitan Council. B'nai B'rith
Women of South Florida.
tarn residents "f the Jewish H^
for the Aged, i, ,as .*
by Leo Stemmnn early thhTS
Partiapati:gwiiibeTh ,,**,
Kings. The Hurst Trio and H
man Hunt and Natacha p-a, l
Roger Reece. accord^ **,
tad i% Taylor, tenor. wSgf
be featured, steinman ^
as master ot ceremonic
NYLON TENTS
4. ou"uvd:;^
the unit system of voting in Florida if elected. I added that such
a system could only increase the unfair demaeds placed upon
larger counties.
M Cart n no uncertain terms, remarking
: ought up by others. My reference
--: counties [ the spr-.r.sl'.oard for another question.
u reeeree a greater proportion of its tax allot -
I ,,-^. .
This had been a pivotal issue among the candidates, one upon
which all spoke eloquently while disagreeably agreeing. McCarty
sighed with misgiving. It appeared that some pertinent stand
wouid have to be forthcoming at last. He clutched my shoulder
for strength and repealed the tired statistics used by everyone
curing the recent campaign. South Florida could no longer be
considered a gold coast", he said. The area was becoming in-
creasingly stable in terms cf population and planned community
structure.
- of revision in the allocation of
where she will preside at the
annual conference of the South-
ern Region of Junior Hadassah in
Camp Blue Star.
Mrs. Soltz graduated from the
University of Miami, receiving
her degree Cum Laude. A mem-1
be: of Sigma Delta Chi, national
honorary Spanish fraternity, she j
is also president of the Southern j
Region of Junior Hadassah. sec- j
ast
sure can cast
tax future. Met not un-
them hjld in Tallah
: good intei I
' s -; -.. ...
.he governor-elect attempted a moment of optimism framed
by the knowledge of impending defeat. "If I can not succeed."
he said, then I will be a most disillusioned man. He begged for
...:,,.;TJ! h* WOuld 'chT his end quietly and without of-
l.'r.aing ether counties.
Temple Israel
Sisters Seek Funds
For Youth Conclave
Temple Israel Sisterhood will
hold a desert luncheon card partv
on Monday, June 30th. at the
Case Blancn Hotel. Miami Beach. |
1 p.m.
Purpose of the party will be I
to raise funds for sending stud-
ents to a Youth Conclave at Sky
Lake Can. p. Sautee. Georgia,
where they will attend a semin-
ar on religion. Mrs. Frieda New-
man is i airman of the event.
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Further speculation followed about the pot&ibilitv ot the ulU-
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i represent a piocWm. I un i^ciined to "feel
quaint hit cf undents* finer.:, la av case D- Asr#
presumed to have added that thai.- admission would *ecuire
as. as w*U a, sK^e4l^^cttoorstw^T^
kawwaj to nun thai Negroes have a conganitaav tow '-ftlKjaaM?
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ZIONIST CHARACTER
at the EK
-
Southeast regional co-director Robert Persky oi Augusta.
Georgia, destroyed the courage cf manr persons present 2 a
-vorous off-tbe-record speech thai could firn no nd. 'Ifc. in.
i.uanee upon silence in the face cf earth shaking report is a wivs
->orous. perhaps he may be excused in light of Rabbi Irving
MBM s recent victory at the New Ycrk ZOA Ceaseention which ,
sent a hurst of enth-jsaasan into Zionist circles throughout the ~~*
p.-.o.re cMfK-vrred :tr. the entertainment otte*vo I
A ty which has been constantly otfenriec
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hUDAY. JUNE 27, 1952
inswers To Questionnaire Decides Pop
ieries; Barbara Gibson Scheduled Here
The University of Miami has
i-.cduicd its Pop performances
Urtir.g Sunday evening, Juno
felh, at the Miami Beach Audi-
fcriurn, on the basis of a quos-
lonnairc distributed among sub-
ci ibeis at last Summer's Pop ser-
n.
The University of Miami Sym-
phony Orchestra will perform
torks most frequently requested
|v the more than 500 persons
kiswering the questionnaire. It
l-as announced late last week,
Lwever, that the s-hedule has
leer, modified to conform with
fce summer series requirements.
I Answers indicated numerous
lequcsts for the D minor Sym-
Ihony by Ceasar Franck and for
limsky Korsakoff's Schehera-
ade Suite, but it was indicated
hat that they would have to be
|y-passtd due to limited rehears- j:
lls. The series of eight concerts :
fill include two guest conduc-
ors, in addition to regular Con-
luctor John Bitter, and well-
Inown soloists.
The June 29th concert will fea-
ure Soprano Barbara Gibson,
ncludcd on the program will be
Ion Weber's Overture to Eury- .
[ithe, Kair.ennoi Ostrow by ln Macn- 19d2' ln Menotti's The
lubmstein, the Song of India! Telephone and Wolf-Ferrari's
Secrets Of Suzanne in an opera
series with the Corpus Christi
Symphony.
In concert, she has toured the
United States and Canada, and
Miss Barbara Gibson
art's Abduction from The Serag-
lio. She made her opera debut
\y Rimsky Korsakoff and Mey-
rbeer's Shadow Song from Din-
|rah. both sung by Miss Gibson.
Also performed will be Enes-
o's Roumanian Rhapsody No. 1,
Ind songs by Bishop, Herbert
pd Strauss, rendered' by Miss j hlas.appe,aurcd-*'.ith or<*estras in-
jjbsn eluding the Chicago Grant Park
Symphony and Toronto Sym-
the young ovmPn
n vinno hr Phony.
The solo artist is
oloratura soprano who, since her
lebut on the Telephone Hour ov-
Ir NBC less than three years ago,
las become a regular star on
hat program.
Tropical Chapter Meets
The Tropical Chapter of B'nai
f B'rith Women will hold a bar-
Since then Barbara Gibson has j b-que and lawn party tomorrow
ppe: red seven times on the Tele-[evening, 8:30 p.m., at the home
fhoni Hour, has been featured j of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cypen,
bn three Firestone Hour simul- j 1352 13th Terrace, Miami
lasts and has sung the leading I Beach. Mrs. Louis Wilson is
lole of Constanza in the NBC j chairman of the affair. Proceeds
Symphony performance of Moz-'are earmarked for charity.
Turk Aamed
Hrandeitt Fellow
Harold Turk, former Miami
ono'nf .mayfr' ^ boen nmcd
one Of the first Fellows of Bran-
\u*mVyy- il was ann"un""
ed today by George Alpert, chair-
man of the Wartnam, Ka,
MW institution's Board of Trus-
fw 2 mcmber of the Dade
county Commission and a Mi-
ami Beach councilman, is one of
lnii m?" ard three wmen
?irm % u th6 y0Ung University's
nr.st Fellows.
While attending the recent first
Commencement Exercises of the
four-year-old Liberal Arts Col-
lege Turk was elected a reg-
ional vice chairman of the Bran-
deis University Associates.
The Fellows represent 16 cities
in 13 states. The three women
appointed are Miss Susan Bran-
leis, of New York City, daughter
of the late Supreme Court Jus-
tice for whom Brandeis Univer-
sity is named: Miss Lutie Gold-
stein, of San Francisco: and Mrs
Max Richter, of New York Citv.
The University conferred 101
degrees this month upon its first
graduates in ceremonies which
drew more than 8,000 persons.
At present Brandeis numbers a
student body of nearly 600.
Mrs. Yagoda. Soltz
Make TV Appearance
Mrs. Burton Yagoda, president,
and Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz, past
president of the Eleanor Roose-
velt Chapter, B'nai B'rith Wom-
en, were guests of Vi Stokes-
berry on her WTVJ television
program, Queen Of Clubs, Tues-
day morning, according to Mrs.
Charles Freehold, publicity chair-
man.
The group will hold its next
meeting on July 9th, 8:30 p.m.,
at the El Commodore Hotel.
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First Brandeis University Commencement was addressed by Mrs.
tleanor Roosevelt fright) and attended by former Miami Beach
Mayor Harold Turk, who participated in the academic procession
as one of the first Fellows of the four-ycar-oid institution.
Steinberg To Lead Hillel
Named to presidency of Hillel
AZA No. 769, at a recent semi-
annual election was David Stein-
berg, who succeeds outgoing
President Julian Haber.
Others appointed to official
posts include Edmond Parnes, re-
placing David Steinberg, vice
president; Fred August, filling
the secretarial chair left vacant
by David Flaxer; and Steven
Goldberg, replacing former
Treasurer Larry Lapin.
Carl Sandier will be corres-
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Gordon replaces Ed Finkelstein's
former sergeancy-at-arms. Fin-
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FRIDAY, JUNE 27.
1952
<~>tuctltf J ielalib
oti
HELEN ALPERT
Wishing all her friends a pleasant summer is Anyuta MelicoY.
who left Wednesday for a Manhattan apartment until September
1st .'. Back home in their new house-in-the-country is Sandy
.Barton, former highlight in Borschtcapades. following a long
booking in Key West ... _, '
Brilliant vuung tenr.is-star Sylvia Ger. whose deft racquet as-
tonished 'em in Sylacauga. Alabama, has hit Chattanooga^ Top
seeding in her division. Tournament-tripping with her are ncr tain-
er. mother and brother Bob. himself placed in the semi-finals in j
both singles ard doubles ... ,
WONDERFUL JACK ROSS got back to his desk all to-
gether now. one rousing husxah! in the Miami Beach Chamber
of Commerce, on Tuesday for a few hours. He 11 be coming daily,
for a few hours, until about July 1st. Then he resumes full tune.
But Jack probably learned a lesson, when he telephoned us first
thing we used up almoat all his "few hours" gossiping and
chatting in great joy!
PHILHARMONIC:
Miss Phyllis Wttpon
rening, 67,h concert of ^ P^Uharmonic Soo.ty ^ ^^ Jq
of Greater Miami tuned up just in time
hour delayed. The patient musicians and Oliver Washhurn sat .., ... YorktT
there waiting to be eleTaied. Bui the stige mechanism balked. W til .M" iui t\-i
What it needed, probably, was some of that blasting musette mus- The engagement of
ic from Shricers. One blow and you're out of sight It was a
tender audience, howerer: no one thought of stirring biding
until the stage heared up from Us slay-down strike.
An unhappy man there was The Amaxing Maurice, who can
pull rabbits out of his pocket in a twink. just a twink but had
to dedicate himself thai erenirg inlo trying to lure a laundry
stapler out of his pants pocket. The thing wouldn t gire and
Amaxing was brooding orer the kind of fiends magic concocted
by ome demon especially hired by the laundry ...
Tony and Frances Loeb were behind us. in a coxy musician s
huddle wilh Ed Mandell: and down front were Mrs. Mandell with
daughter Harriet, where they could observe fingering end lech-
their
daughter. Phyllis, to Robert Co-
hen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Cohen. Binghamton, New York.
has been announced by Mr. and
Mrs. Irving WUpon. 1045 Merid-
lar Avenue. Miami Beach.
1 he bride-elect attended
Brooklyn College and received
the AB degree from the Univer-
sity of Miarri. Currently resid-
ing in New York, she is a past
Miss Evelyn Goldberg Weds Harold
Edelstein; Couple Honeymoons In Mexico
Miss Evelyn Goldberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. Goldt*
and Harold Edelstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Edolstein w^'
united in marriage on Saturday, June 7th, at the Lincoln Man!*
Rabbi Max Shapiro, assisted by Cantor Mamches. officiated
the ceremony. Seymour Edelstein, brother of the groom, was fet
man. ...
For her wedding day, the bride
! chose a nylon formal with wire
; inserted lace panels. The fitted
waist was finished in a sweet-
1 heart off-shoulder neckline with
|lace capsleeves and illusion yoke
complimented by three-quarter-
I length lace mitts. ____. ...
Her cathedral train of French
illusion was held in place by a
starched lace Dutch coronet. She
carried a white satin Bible with
two white orchids, showered
stephanotis and baby breath.
Miss Diane Goldberg, sister of
the bride, was maid of honor, at-
tired in orchid nylon net. She
carried a heart-shaped fan of
baby orchids with rainbow satin
ribbon shower.
Mothers of the bride and groom
wore navy and pink nylon net
and dusty rose lace respectively,
both choosing orchid corsages.
A reception for family and
friends followed the ceremony at
the Lincoln Manor. Among the
out-of-town guests attending the
weddirg were Mrs. Ben Marko-
witz and daughter, Frances, Mrs.
Norma Goldberg and Mrs. Sadie
Goldberg, all of New York.
mques ... memier of the Miami Beach Unit
Abe Greenfield took the occasion to renew his pleasure at na\- of Jumor Hadassah ar.d acted as
. I attended the organ-concert, the day before at the Bombay Hotel. fl young judaea leader and Sun
. r.en Salvador Munoz. the area's newest, most exciting music>n. dav g^od Facultv member of
ntroduced to music-lovers I picked up the criticism, that af- Tempie geth Sholorr..
on, of the organs "mechanical" therefore limited qualities Mr coren attend*
I to"counter with normal inquisitiveness: What ixV
enl isnt .n-.ited. huh?"
The select audience for Munox sew one of the friendliest
grcups erer assembled Joan Field looking like a radiant Ha-
waiian blossom Mrs. Hugo Pick in a jet-brimmed black hat
cule Pittsburgh visitors, the Ted Silvers, breexing over from the
CasabUnca Judy Youngerman enchanted by Munox' "dancs"
rhythms, particularly the Venezuelan "Joropa" Dr. Samuel
Kaplan AHentown's Mr. and Mrs. Louis Winik Chicago's
Liiy Segal ...
Attending with Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Daris he's the longtime
fiiend of the Bombay's Emanuel Schein were lhe Leslie Ho-
tel's Mr. ar.d Mrs. Orvirig Nussdorf. They bought the former
Davis Home, and everybody's stayed fast friends, proving PJ. is
attended Syracuse
University and is row associated
with a motor corporation in
Binghamton.
Women fiive
Spaghetti Dinner
? Formal. Rental Service !
, We maintain our own tailoring <
. I dmpU. therefore, perfect fit and j
n, Ralph Lang, Aaron Roth- i \ prompt service assured.
Mrs. Harold Kdelstein
th*Um/Sac Hortenee Arvan ie about to let loose with stream- rity of Miami will Wr* wj>>
The Women's Group of the
Flagler-Granada Jewish Com-
munity Center held a spaghetti
dinner on Sunday evening.
Committee in charge were the
Mesdames Aaron Shapiro, chair-
, man, Ralph Lang, Aaron Roth-
_ -TZ T "T~ land Hv Coverman.
Xatltn Awarded Assisting were Harry Zide.
f" t# k..lilflPulii'n 'Morton Lebar, Hy Coverman,
-.?I WnOiartmtp Mi,kcv Anljn and Aaron Shapiro.
A Coca Cola sch >larshiD was j jack Coher. was in charge of
awarded to Jerry Stanley Zatlin. table setting.
16-vear-cld sen of Mr. ar.d Mrs.:--------
Samuel Zatlin. 511 15th Street.
Miami Beach.
The scholarshio to the Univer-
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student at Miami
High School, attended
J tx in'the warm' tradition of a Walter Damrosch i seniors in the county was the
She was describing all this to Mrs. Benjamin D. Kauffman. a ready basis on which
listener herself steeped in the fins classics because of Ben in his ma/d^. .
youth a tremendous violinist. | Ratlin,
Well, voung and talented Norman Klein, interior decorator. Beacn
announced the de'.ut of his new shop on 41st St. One of his Boys State in Tallahassee as a
iisite dinette seu is in the apartment of Mrs Anna Kane .: Junior and was selected as chap-
furrier Joseph Questel of Tatum Waterwav Drive is Flor- ta the.re- He aJSO re.celved th,e
- representative for that Master Charge idea built in California: i Harvard Book Award tor out-
pay membersniD. .r.d charge your way through life -Vin^lri? s _____------------------:----------------_:------------:-------------------------------------Third Year Spanish Medal.
At Beach High, he was secre-
ness. it was announced early this tary of assemblies on the Stud-
week, i ent Council Cabinet and home
room president. He was also
treasurer of the National Honor
The Center will tender Pazol a
Testimonial Dinner at the Troca-
, dero Restaurant on Sunday ev-
Pazol To Leave;
North Shore Center
Tenders Testimonial
President of t.'.e North Shore
Jewish Center. Melvm Pazol. will en:ng' June 29th; ,6 Pm Waiter
return to Atlanta. Georgia, where of ceremonies will be Leo Stem,
he will resume his former busi- -'Tan- *'lth Jerr>' Sussman. a Cen-
ter founder, delivering the main
address.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1952
VVV'V^'V'V^V"
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Personally Speaking
r'WWWW
Miss Alma Rose Platkin, daughter of Mr and Mr* fh
A. Platkin, 1460 West Avenue, Miami Beach lehLlL^T
York, at the close of the University of Miami semester^ SS
the graduation of her cousin. Miss Adele aUend
nell. Miss Platkin will spend the summer
or-
the graduation of her cousin. Miss Adele Friedman Ir
nell. Miss Platkin will spend the summer SS^J&Sm
friends at Kingston. Brooklyn. Philadelphia endiZSir r?
Her mother will leave for Brooklyn cn'june^fSL^'
Platkin. Miami Herald sports writer, recently rehirn~tZ
vacation spent in MexicbT Y re,Urned from a
* *
Mrs. Hanna Farkas. of Chicaqo, Illinois i* ;*;.; l
cousin. Mrs. Miriam Wolfman, 1565 D' exef Av.nS& '
Beach. Both bom in fcrael. they have no, hXer"n S
years.
* *
Miss Any ate Melicov and her mother are leaving for a!
three-month vacation. They will divide their time between New
York City and WoodstocK. the artists' colony. The International
Music Teachers Convention, scheduled for Washinqton DC
July 7th through 12th, is also on their agenda. '
* *
Mr. Eze Hellman and Mrs. Sarah Kaplan were married last
Saturday night in the study of Rabbi Simon April.
* *
New arrivaU from Miami Beach at Duncraggan Inn Hen-
dersonville, North Carolina, are Dr. and Mrs Gerscn Wolk and
daughter, Sydell. Mrs. Albert Spiegel, Mrs. J. R. Rutledge, Benno
B. Webster, Charles Levy and Warren Spiegel.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mirell. 525 SW 64th Avenue, Miami,
will entertain Mrs. Mirell's sister and brother-in-law, Captain
and Mrs. Sidney S. Wolfeld, Fort Monmouth. New Jersey, for
one month. With the Wolfelds will be their daughters, Bernice'
and Alanna.
* *
Mr. and Mis. Phil Optner, of Long Island, New York, an-
nounce the birth of a son, Bruce Mark Visiting them from Mi-
ami is Mrs. Ida Optner, paternal grandoarent.
* *
M:s. S. Schachno, of 755 Alton Road, left for New York and
Lakewood, New Jersey, to visit friends and relatives. Mr. Sch-
cchnc and daughter, Juliet, will join her later to spend the sum-1
mer in Camp Beth Jacob, Ferndale, New York.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Glaser, 4765 SW 3rd Street, left this
week to spend two months with their children, Mr. and Mrs. Al-j
bert A. List, of Byron, Connecticut, and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Glaser, of Newton Massachusetts.
* *
Mis. Peggy Kaplan, of 4625 North Bay Road, left last week
to spend the summer in New York.
* *
Mi. and Mrs. Leo Braverman, of 701 SW 27th Road, Miami,
announce the birth of their son, Edward Jerome, at Jackson Me-
morial Hospital on Sunday, June 15th. The Briss took place on
June 22nd. Maternal grandparent is Mr. Phillip Berkowitz.
* *
Miss Edna B. Finberg, of 621 Jefferson Avenue, president of
the Louis Brandeis Auxiliary. Free Sons of Israel, recently re-
turned on the lie de France after a three-month tour of Europe.
While there, she visited her sister and brother-in-law, Lieutenant
and Mrs. Robert Kershin, who with their two children, have just
completed a three-year tour of duty with the US Army in Ger-
many. Greeting Miss Finberg at the dock were her brother. Ed-
die, and Mrs. Mae Plotkin, of 956 Euclid Avenue, vice president
of the Auxiliary. Miss Finberg will spend the summer with her
parents in Kenberma. Massachusetts. Mrs. Plotkin will be at
White Lake, New York.
* *
Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, North Carolina, announces
new arrivals for June. They include Mr. and Mrs^ A. Arthur
Price, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Block. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Block.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kufeld and daughter, Vickie, Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Josepher and daughter. Cheryl. Sam Silverste.n and Mrs
Selma Thompson, all of Miami and Miami Beach Also arriving
are Dr. and Mrs. Leslie Kuhn. of New York City. Mr. and -* ^
Wildstrom and children, Susan and Stephan. <**ffi
gan, Mr. and Mrs. L. Bamberger. of Charleston South Carolina,
Mrs. Adeline Wimpie and Robert Wimpie .of New York.City.
Louis Bernstein, of New York City. Louis L. Habinow.tz and[ Har
ry Roqen. of Greenville. South Carolina, and Isdaore Moscowitz.,
of Jacksonville, Florida.
Private Donald W Nelson's On ai Mr.and **rf&\
, 1320 Michiaan Avem ^ffiJZZsSTttZ
Maaler-Uranada
Youth Meetings
Meeting on Tuesday evenings,
'30 p.m., are members of the
Junior Group, Flagler-Granada
Jewish Community Center. Age
junto for this group are 12 to
13. Samuel Hollander is leader.
The Senior Group, composed of
members 14 to 16, meets on Wed-
nesday evenings at 8 p.m., under
the leadership of jerry Mizelle.
Zukernick To Discuss
Jews In Law
Attorney Harry Zukernick,
president of the Miami Beach
Bar Association, will discuss
Jews In The Legal Profession
during Harold Shapiro's program,
Peoples Program, on Sunday,
June 29th, 1:15 p.m., over sta-
tion WINZ.
People's Problems is a special
feature of the Yiddish Classical
Hour directed by Morris Nasatir
and Joseph Birnbaum.
Junior Hadassah Affair
The Miami Unit of Junior Ha-
dassah will hold the first func-
tion of its summer series, a swim-
dance, on Thursday evening. July
3rd. 9 p.m., at the Ocean Ranch
Hotel.
PAGE 9
Tamara Boat Ride
The Tamara Chapter, Mizrachi
Women's organization, will hold
a boat ride on Sunday, June 29th,
at 8:15 p.m. The Seven Seas
Yacht will leave from Pier No.
10. Bayfront Park, at that time.
In charge of tickets is Mrs. Max
Frank. Proceeds will be used
for Israeli orphans.
Tina Eisenberg Weds
In a double ring ceremony at
the Casablanca Hotel on June
22nd, T.na Eisenberg, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Eisen-
berg, 840 16th Street, Miami
Beach, became the bride of En-
sign Lawrence Kassman, son of
& arYi Mrs- William Kassman,
BOO- 17th Street, Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish officiated.
Best man was Bernard Kass-
man. Joyce Eisenberg acted as
maid of honor. Matron of honor
was Mrs. Martin Lundy, sister
of the bride.
The bride wore a gown of im-
ported Swiss embroidered organ-
dy made with a fitted bodice and
worn with a jacket buttoned
high at the neck. The floor-
length full skirt was made of
tieired ruffles. A matching em-
broidered organdy cloque with a
four-ticrred French illusion veil
completed her ensemble. Sly;
carried a bouquet of orchids sur-
rounded by stephanotis.
A Cum Laude graduate of the
University of Miami, the former
Miss Eisenberg was active in the
Drama Department there. En-
sign Kassman was also graduated
Cum Laude from the University
of Miami and is now in the Coast
Guard, stationed at Key West
Florida.
The couple are in Jamaica for
their honeymoon and will make
their residence in Key West.
Lesser Is Host
Officers and a.-rectors of the
Miami Beach Apartment Asso-
ciation will be the guests of Al-
fred A. Lesser, the group's 2nd
vice president, at his fishing
lodge in Tavernier.
Ensign Kassman
Mrs. Lawrence Kassman
Watermelon is
Feature Of
Sisterhood Party
The Sisterhood of the Miami
Hebrew School and Congregation
will hold a watermelon festival
and games party on Sunday ev-
ening, Jure 29th, 8 p.m., at the
synagogue.
Assisting Mrs. Irvin Sirkin,
chairman, will be Mrs. Pauline
Sokoloff, Mrs. Max Newberger,
Jack Stone and Dave Kleeber.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 97
Personally Speaking...
Mrs. Abe Aronovitz and daughter. Edith, have joined Mr.
Aronovitz at the Osceola Lake Inn, Hendersonville, North Caro-
lina, where they are spending the summer.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bregman and daughters, Alice and
Marsha, have moved into their new home, 1089 NE 165th Ter-
race, North Miami Beach.
* *
Mrs. Thelma Engel is leaving on July 1st, to visit her rela-
tives, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Schwartz and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Zeig-
ler. She will also spsnd some time with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Prad-
er, of Long Island, New York.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Scherer, 2185 SW 11th Terrace, cele-
brc'.ed their 17th wedding anniversary this week. Visiting with
their two children, Roberta and Judy, is Adrian Harrison.
* *
New vacation arrivals at the Osceola Lake Inn, Hender-
sonville, North Carolina, include Sam Pasternak, Florence F
Pollack, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Lazarus and children, Nancy and
Arthur, Mrs. Warren Soned and three children, Mr. and Mrs. S.
Cohen and family, Hilbert Leavitt, Moe and Herman Meyerson,
Miss Nell Slodarz. Mr. and Mrs. E. Weinberg, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Gross, Jack Lvovsky and Mrs. Rubinstein.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Al Sheppard, of 2763 NW 3rd Street. Miami,
announce the birth of their son, Ralph Harris, at Mount Sinai
Hospital. Reverend Abraham Seif officiated at the Briss on
Tuesday, June 10th, at the Sheppard residence.
* *
Shochet To Lecture
Before Advertising
Students Here
Fred K. Shochet. editor and
publisher of the Jewish Florid-
ian. will lecture before students
of the Charron Williams Com-
mercial College. 127 NE 1st Av-
enue, on Thursday, July 10th.
Business Administration stud-
enta in the college^ Advertising
Course will hear Shochet dis-
cuss The Community Newspaper
And Its Relation To The Small to he Convention Sunday even-
ing when a Motorcade travels to
the Town House Hotel in Holly-
It n.ii ll'rilh
Youth (onvi'iio
Hero Tomorrow
(Continued from Page 1)
Serve The Community, will be
conducted by Ephraim Gale, ex-
ecutive director of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter.
Eroward County B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization will play host
Tropical Chapter Affair
Tropical Chapter, Bn.i n- .
Women, will hold abuses!"
socal meet.ng on Tu^T^m*
irg. July 1st. 8:30 p.m ya?V*n-
Son^entoJIo^l,^Miarni Beh *
Let
Business Man.
The course is conducted by
Marion Rubinstein, newly
appointed advertising and pub-
lic relations director of Charron
\v Uiams.
Other lecturers scheduled to
wood for a Spl3sh Party, with ,
Paul Diamond acting as chair- :
man.
Monday morning, a workshop ;
on How We Can Best Meet Our
umer 'ecturers scneau eciio Natlonal Responsibilities, will be
appear before the student body Mjsj. E,al. ~ Schwartz,
include Ja:r.es C. plivei. Miami ti J_, vice president and
Manager, Grant Advertising Ag-
ency; Ralph Renick. News Edi-
tor." WTVJ: Mrs. Pat Jones. Ad-
vertising Manager, Hartley's;
McCormack Endree, Administra-
tion, Dorr Advertising Agency;
George Beebe, Managirg Editor,
Miami Herald; Sam Kaplan. Ex-
ecutive Editor, Miami Beach Ho-
tel Association; and Charles
Wurst, Westerlund and Wurst.
Emma Lazarus
Huneo Party
The Emma Lazarus Chapter,
Miss Pauline Oppenheim, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles j B'r.ai B'rith, held a Bunco Party
Oppenheim. 1610 Pennsylvania Avenue, Miami Beach, is spend-j at the Alcazar Hotel on Tues-
ing some time in Boston, where she will attend sessions of Phi; day^sve^mfy Robbins was pro.
Chi Theta Sorority. On June 24th. she will join Miss Dorothy Sail ; grarn chairman. Assisting were
in New York, where they will meet other delegates to the Na-; Carol Zipper, Fanny Spring, Bea
tional Convention of Sigma Delta Tau Sorority scheduled for the Cohen and Ruth Levy._________
Chateau Frontenac, Quebec, Canada. Miss Oppenheim, who is
a sophomore at the University of Alabama, belongs to Rho Chap-
ter there She is also chairman of Sigma Delta Tau Sorority
House.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wittles. of 2995 Flamingo Drive, an-
nounce the birth of their son, Howard, at Mount Sinai Hospital.
Reverend Abraham Seif officiated at the Briss which took place
in the home of Mr. and Mrs B. Cohen, maternal grandparents.
* *
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, of Beth Jacob Congregation, left
for New York on Sunday. President of the Greater Miami Jewisn
National Fund Council, he will meet with national executives
of the Fund to present an annual progress report. The Rabbi
will also attend an executive meeting of the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations, visit the National Mizrachi office and sit
.n on sessions with heads of the Zionist Council of America.
Rabbi Mescheloff is accompanied by Mrs. Mescheloff and their
three children, Renah, Efrom and David.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Shusterman, of 835 Jefferson Avenue, Mi-
ami Beach, are returning here after a month's vacation in Mon-
treal, Canada, and New York.
* *
Mrs. Moe Katz, of 1542 Drexel Avenue, Miami Beach, has
returned from Philadelphia where she attended the graduation
of her son. Herbert, from Temple University School of Dentistry.
Dr. Katz was president of Alpha Omega Fraternity there and
upon graduation was elected by the faculty to the John A. Kal-
mer Honorary Medical Society and the James R. Cameron So-
ciety of Oral Surgery. He will intern at the Florida Industrial
School for Boys in Marianne
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Mrs Harry I. Magid, of 1435 West Avenue, has returned
from a trip to Atlanta, Georgia, where she visited her daughter
and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald H. Gertner, and her son
and daughter-in-law, Malcolm and Iris Magid. v
national 1st vice president
program chairman. Election of
new officers and the conclusion
of district business will close
Monday's sessions.
A banquet and installation of
new officers will take place Mon-
day evening at the Shelborne.
Milton Friedman will install the
newly elected officers, and Judge
Holt will address the group. A
dance will follow.
Current officers are Mrs. James
Stern, of Miami, president of the
District; Miss Doris Klein, of Mi-
ami, 1st vice president and Con-
vention chairman: Miss Ruth
Rieter, of Washington, D.C.. 2nd
vice president; Miss Celia Gor-
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FRIDAY. JUNE 27. 1952
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Judge Nelson
Appointed To
\ow Term
Re-appoir.tment of Judge Theo-
dore Nelson as Judge of the
Municipal Court of Bay Harbor
Islands was announced this week
by Town Manager J. M. Lulchuk.
Theodore Nelson
The one-year appointment was
made by the Manager and Town
Council, of which Shepard Broad
is Mayor.
Judge Nelson has served for
the past year in the same capac-
ity. Ar. attorney with offices on
Lincoln Road and a member of
the Dade County and American
Bar Associations, he is also vice
president of the North Shore Jew-
ish Center and secretary of the
Jewish Music Council of Greater
Miami. Judge and Mrs. Nelson
are residents of the Town.
Roosevelt Women Affair
Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter,
B'nai Brith Women, held a card
and gift party last Wednesday
evening in the Wofford Beach
Hotel. Proceeds of the affair
' : t<> the Hillcl Foundation
for its r.ew building at the Uni-
versity of Miami.______________
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FRIDAY, IUNE 27.
1952
Candidates Asked SmathersRiU
For Stand On
Over-40 Workers
The National Forty And Over j'
1 Seeks Living
Cost Raise
The Senate finally passed last
I week, and sent to the House, the
s j Smathers bill to provide a "cost
; of living"' increase for retired fed-
here late last week ser.t cop.es ^.mnmi workers.
of a letter to Senators EstesKe- former m.
fauvcr and Robert Taft and Gen-
Association, with main
erals Dwight D. Eisenhower and
Douglas MacArthur. ^ increase should the
Calling upon them to make a iU W]11 come from a re_
stand with regard to qualified | e fund o{ {our and one ha)f
workers over 40 the letter which bj]li0ns of dollars bujlt up pri.
was signed by Benjamin Ehrlich. maril {rom t0ntributions of the
founder and executive indicated federai workers. Maximum in-
that /'fully one-third of our crease under the bill wU, be s324
American population waits for
some utterance touching upon its
own inalienable right to life, lib-
Intornient by the Miami Peach Rlver-
nlde I'hapel.
JOHN JAY (JACK) COUB
54, of HO Weal <''" '"''' '*""
Beach, (lied suddenly on June DM
f a heart attack. A re*la< ni
for ilit- paet ais w*r, he "''"
|., of Hi.- MUlttl I" < Kx.lianne
Chili Chamber of Cinniei..-. Tuxjwy-
era' Amoclutlon and Temp* '-1';
b-hokwn Men's Club. He aurviywl
liv Ms wife, Vera, 01......' v '"] '"
u two brother*, i'hi:ii|. an.i Nat
Cohen, and two listen, PaulIM SJM
Sadie. Ben I"- were on Tuesday at
I ment workers on the retired rolls,
I it is estimated 50,000 live here. \<;rmenl w" ""
Ihe Miami Beach Riv. r^i.le I ha|iel.
with Rnl.l'l l-eon Kronlah offlcUtlws.
Mount .\eio i n e-
erty and the pursuit of happi-
ness.' "
The letter was issued to each
of the prospective Presidential
candidates in an effort to uncov-
er their attitudes about persons
over 40 who find job-seeking and
maintenance difficult because of
"sense'.ess prejudice'*.
Executive Ehrlich called the
fully qualified, self-respecting
workers "arbitrary victims". Ac-
cording them the characteristic
of "alertness and social integra-
tion", he said they now seek their
acceptance in their true light as
worthwhile functioning Ameri-
cans with long productive years
ahead.
'Why should prejudice be al-
a year.
Well informed sources say
chances are very good that the
bill will pass and that only one
member of the House Civil Serv-
ice Committee opposes it openly.
Obituaries
REHKCCA 1M1.ANCK
75, i f -'.'.'.' BW ">th Mreet. passed
away Wednesday June 18th, In a
local hospital. She la survived by
two -'in-. Harry and Julius, and one
sister, lira. Che.-na Yarshls. Re-
mains were sent to Brooklyn, New
York, for services and Interment by
The Miami Riverside".
HARRY TRAVKRSK
68, of 1770 SW 17th Avenue, passed
away Tuesday, June 17th, In a local
hospital. He Is survived by his wife,
Rebecca, one son. Norman, one dauuh-
ter. Mrs. Sarah Epstein, and two
brother.-. Robert and Hurray, He also
leave! five sisters, Hary. Anna. Sally.
It la and Mattle. Remains were sent
ABRAHAM I'ARTINOW
9. of 752 Euclid Avenue, died on Sat-
urday, June Hth. A resident here for
the past 17 years, he Is survive. .>
hi- wife, Jennie, three sons, Ihlllin.
Herman and lxmls. and two dnuHti-
ters Sophie and Rose. Remains were
srnt to New York City for Bervlcea
and Interment by the Gordon Funeral
Home.
PHll.ll' SIKCEI-
72. of 901-6th Street, Miami Beach.
died here on Sunday. He leieurvlvad
by his wife, Yetta. a son. I'hlllp, Jr..
one brother. Nathan, and one slater,
Sadie. ArrnnRementa are In charge
of the Cordon Funeral Home.
TII.I.IE AHRAMS
70, of IH4 W Hint Street, passed
aw-av ..ii Sunday. A resident here for
the Vast five years, she Is BUrvlved
by her dauchter, Ann, a brother, Jos-
eph and two grandchildren and one
great grandchild. Services were at
the Cordon Funeral Home, with In-
terment on Mount Xebo Cemetery.
1,1 :\V WELCH
67, of 24.16 Flamingo Prlve. Miami
Beach, died Sunday at his home of a
heart attack. A resident here for the
past 20 years, he was manager of a
Miami Beach Investment benking
firm, a trustee of the Miami Beach
Elks Idge and a member of Mahi
Shrine and the Masons. Before en-
Seek Personnel For
Overseas Program
In an interview here. J. A.
Bliss, manager o! the Florida
State Employment Service in Mi-
ami, disclosed that the United
States Air Force is expanding its
recreational and educational fa-
cilities for front line airmen in
Korea and is seeking qualified
civilian personnel to assist with
the program.
Personnel are needed to man-
age hobbv shops which will in-
clude facilities for photography,
metal working, wood working,
model building, fine arts, graph-
ic arts and leather working. Ap-
plicants should be able to in-
struct in at least six different
hobbies.
The tour of duty in Korea is
one year. Base salaries range
from $3,410 to $5,060 per annum,
plus an additional 25 per cent
Daid for duty in Korea. Housing
i,S_a.Val!able and furnished
'", 501
Information may U 8ratis-
iiiioiinauon may he oh.
lrom the local FSES of Ined
NE 1st Avenue.
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PO Mil INSMCTION CAU
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5-3528
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509 N.E. 13th St.. Miami
2-1776
H-v-muti
ON
tAKTH sr Mtt/ous
ANORON'S
lowed "to swell "the relief rolls, | ,'o'5ro^kllne Massachu^tts. for serv- terlng the brokerage business, he was
interment by 'The Miami "M*^ ed In Uie New Wk
adding a needless tax on others ices and
already over-taxed, solely to sup-
port rejected men and women in
an idleness they deplore?"' he
asked.
Riverside"
ISAAC SMEI.ANSKY
r.9, of 13!" Meridian Avenue, died on
June isth. at his home. A resident
I here for the past IB years, he Is sur-
The letter concluded by asking vlved by ins wife, Sophie, two sons.
the candidates what they would
do to help the over-40 workers.
Kushen Receive*
Two Regvees
Cunt liitiiiv
One of only three students who
received more than one de-
gree with honors in the June
graduating class at the University
of Miami is Allan Stanford Kush-
en, son of Mr. and Mrs. Barney
Kushen, 1569 Meridian Avenue,
Miami Beach.
At the commencement cere-
monies held in the Dade County
Auditorium. Kushen was award-
ed an LI.B and BBA degree, both
Cum Laude. Kushen majored in
Law and Government and Min-
c red in Sociology.
He has been a member of the
Miami Law Quarterly staff since
October, 1950. was comment edi-
tor from Juno. 1951, to February, I
1952. and has been editor-in-
chiel since that date. He was
irer of the School of Law i
Btudi nt body, and was secretary I
of social affairs in the cabinet
< f the Student Bar Association. I
Kushen wrote for the Barrister.
School of Law bi-weekly, and
- the 1952 winner in the Uni-
:ty of Miami spelling bee
sponsored by the? Delta Phi Ep-
:. sir. (irity. He is a member
i : Bryan Inn of Phi Delta Phi,
honorary legal fraternity, and
was selected as its outstanding
graduate.
K ishen was tapped by Iron
Arrow, highest men's honorary
( n campus, is a member of Om-
icron Delta Kappa, national
n*s honorary leadership and
: ilarship fraternity, ar.d also
a :i ember of the Dean's corn-
ice at the School of Law in
: and 1952. Upon his gradu-
n from Miami Beach High
School in 1947. Kushen was the
ipienl of the Miami Beach Civ-
!,. ague Scholarship award.
Lawrence and Samuel, and one daugh-
ter. Dorothy. Services were the same
day at the Miami Hench Riverside,
with Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky' offici-
ating. Interment was on Mount Nebo
Cemetery.
ROSE CASSMAN
GS, of K24 Jefferiam Avenue, died on
June Hat, In a local hospital. A
resident here for the past 10 years,
she Ik survived by her husliand, Isaac.
two d.,ughlers. Adele and Evelyn, and
one sister. Hanna. all of Ml .mi Beach
Bervleea were on June 2!ml. at the
Miami Reach Riverside, with Rahbi
Moses Meechetoff offlcuitlng. Inter-
ment was on Mount Slnal Ometrry
NATHAN Kim'-FL,
72. of 603 7th Street, died on Jtin
tlSl A resident here for the past
three yeara, he is survived by his
wife, El*, one son. Sidney, and one
daughter. Rella Remains were sent
to New York City for services and
to 192. At the time of his death, he
was a member \>1 the Miami Beach
Itoxlng Commission. Survivors In-
clude his wife, two brothers and two
sisters. Services were on Tuesday
at the Miami Beach Elks flub, with
Miami Beach Riverside in charge of
arrangements.
ESTHER JACOBS
S3, of ."i01! North Bay Road, died on
June 23rd. A resident here for the
pa.-t ten v.-ais. she Is survived by two
daughters. Gertrude and Blanche, six
sons. Eugene. Herman. I.eo. Stanley.
Bnvld and Frederick, eight grand-
children and four grest grandchild-
ren. Services were on Tuesday at rhe
Miami Beach RIvemMe Remains
were sent to Harrlaburg. Pennsylvan-
ia.
1952
PARADE
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past five years, he Is survived by his
wife, a son, Jhv, one brother. Abe.
and a alster. Mrs. Clara Cohen, all
.if Miami Services were on !'.
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with interment on Mount Slnal Ceme-
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FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1352
RELIGIO US DIRECTORY w
* feaWgg Hariri!*-
and at 7 p.m. Sunday mornin
services are scheduled^ "m
.
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
vices
! services i
.m.
Fnday evening services at 6 p
tu ^fy, mo,ninS services i
scheduled for 9 a.m.. with Rabb
Abraham Sachs discussinK""t"he
night at 8:15 p.m. Dr. Joseph R
Narot will officiate.
-i" BEACH JEWISH CEN-
ho L y- t-vemng services will
be Iteld tonight at 6:30 p.m. Rab-
bi Irving Lehrman will officiate,
BETH DAVID CONGREGA-
TION will hold the second in a
series of late Friday evening
services conducted by lay mem-
bers tonight at 8:30 p.m.
Herbert Sher, chairman of the
Religious Committee, will dis-
cuss: 11 I Were 14 Instead Of 40.
Saturday morning services will
be at 9 a.m., with Rabbi Max Sha-
piro discussing the Weekly Por-
tion. Mincha will be at 6:30 p.m.
CONGREGATION BETH EL
services Friday evening will be
at 7 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices are scheduled for 8:30 a.m.
A class in Theology will be held
at 5:30 p.m., with Mincha and
Shales Siudos following.

BETH JACOB will hold Fri-
c. v (MT.ing services at 6:45 p.m.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 8:30 a.m. Mincha
will be at 6:45 p.m., followed by
Shalos S< udos, with M. B. Frank,
president of the Congregation,
acting as host.

CORAL GABLES JEWISH
CENTER will hold Friday even-
ing services at 8:15 p.m., with
Rabbi Morris Skoo officiating.
Cantor Irving Robinson and or-
ganist Stephen Kessler will as-
sist. Announcement of a Dedi-
cation Service for the Center's
new 80-foot wing will be made
in August.

HEBREW ACADEMY Friday j
evening services will be held at | WEST MIAMI JEWISH CEN-
M5p.m. Saturday morning sen- TER will hold Friday evening
a.m. services at 6:45 p.m., with Oscar
Weinstein officiating. Saturday
morning services will be at 9
a.m. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will
discuss the Weekly Portion. Af-
ternoon services are scheduled
for 5:45 p.m. Joe Fogel, William
Klein and Sheldon Rosenthal will
be hosts at Shalos Seudos fol-
lowing.
nernlup Here Children Have
Variety Show
S! y.i_y.?huOW'.9?!leSe Daze,
Jack
A. Abbott, Jack D. Bur-
fo'rmej ^ann^3"8" havc
practice of law "Zde? th^narne r,?1pre^ntedJby children" oTThe
of Abbott Burris and Langer at ~.a?1?'-G~ranada Jewis" Com-
"^0 Lincoln RnaH Mi----: ?, .
firm
mcoln Road, Miami Beach.
representatives announced
Weekly Portion. Mincha will be y thls week-
. r> m iv.ll,-...i u _.* ."
Seudos.
munity Center, with Mrs. Paul
Uraizer directing.
Edward Moore was senior an-
|tu5.30 p.m.. fullowed by Sha.Dos!hAtbo,t js a pa t idenJ JffSb. -*ted by Stephen
' *" P"irSSSt o^Pre^eS
TEMPLE ISRAEL Friday ev- I pT'" f *2iami Beac>. the Civ.
en.ng services will be held to- Lc&gu,e l MJami Beach, Flor-
.aa btate Federation ~t o._~:
B'rith
Federation of B'nai
and has been active in
numerous other civ.e projects
br of th'aSr,0rmer,y a mem-
Kloin a Ur"\ of Goldstein.,
Klein, Burns and Lehrman. He
JWha7- presidi,nt of the Miami
'each Zionist District and
The cast included Roberta
Trauman, Nancy Tauber, Diane
Tauber, Michael Solomon, Don-
nie Klein, Marilyn Strauss, Di-
ance Whitman, Lynn Feldman,
Kochelle Draizer, Buddy Bernard
Sf?e .Buiak- Harvey Starin.
Michael Johnson, Howard Kay
Garry Stiller, Steven Trauman
and Sandy Lang.
ther specialties were Ina Co-
Portion,
held at
A Bible class will be Langer
.ehrman ^StJ fSTlhSSS ^'BoSh^6'0 PrJGC,S '" *
member
M,n,, ^i'sffi as* by ?-"?.?Socvnns &X
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL
AND CONGREGATION will hold
Friday evening services at 6:30
p.m. Saturday morning services
will be at 8:30 a.m., with Rabbi
Simon April discussing: Take
God Along On Your Vacation.
A class in Mishna is scheduled
for 5:30 p.m., followed by Mincha,
Shalos Seudos and Maariv.
Mincha will follow at 6:45 p.m.
Daily services are at 7:30 a.m.,
ADRIAN McCUNE
Real Estate Consultant
203 First Federal Bldg.
PHONE 3-7796
LEV I
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Established 1924"
2141 S.W. 3rd Si. Call 9-1416
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Phone 9-2477
Sergeant C->Itin'r
Stationed Hor<
Staff Sergeant Heibert B.
! Geltner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Geltner, 1781 SW 5th Street, has
'been placed on extended active
i duty vwth the Marine Air. De-
' tatchment at the Marine Corps
Air Station, Miami, Florida.
Geltner was released from his
first tour of active duty on Ap-
: ril 4Lh. He served at the Marine
(Corps Air Station, Cherry Point,
North Carolina, with SOS-2,
; where he was a Photographic
Technician with the Station Pho-
to Lab.
On his present tour of duty,
Geltner will be assigned to work
in cooperation with the Naval
Air Reserve Training Command
at the Marine Base in an attempt
to recruit Naval and Marine pil-
ots through the Naval Aviation
Cadet Procurement Program.
jsity of Miami Alumni Associa-
tion and is currently serving as
treasurer of the Miami Beach
Chapter. U-M Alumni. He was
the first summa cum laude grad-
uate in the history of the Uni-
versity of Miami Law School.
Appoint Vtentin
Teavher Fellow;
Leaal Work Cited
Alan F. Westin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Westin, 1021 West
46th Street, Miami Beach, has
been appointed Teaching Fellow
in Government at Harvard Uni-
versity for the coming year.
Westin. a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Florida and Harvard
Law School and a member of the
District of Columbia Bar, was
formerly a Lecturer in Consti-
tutional Law and American For-
eign Policy at Northeastern Uni-
versity in Boston. He has rec-
j cntly published articles on con-
i stitutional problems in the Yale
Law Journal, the Columbia Law
: Review and the Nation.
An article entitled, Civil Liber-
; ties 1952The Responsibilities Of
: Freedom, will appear in the July-
issue of Commentary magazine.
On June 2nd, in a wire-tapping
case before the United States
Supreme Court, Justice
Frankfurter cited Westin as an
authority, referring the Court to
Wcstin's article, The Wire Tap-
ping Problem, in the February,
1952 Columbia Law Review.
Westin and Jordan Bittel, son
of Attorney and Mrs. Perry Bit-
tel, 3010 Alton Road, Miami
Beach, will return to Miami
shortly to re-open their Summer
Speech Institute for its second
season.
tables Puthians
Gables Temple r-'o. 11, Pyth-
ian Sisters, will hold regular
meetings on the first and third
Tuesday of eacn month at their
new hall, 108 Aragon Avenue.
A membership social is plan-
ned for July 8th.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 150997
LILLIAN- CLOCK, Plaintiff
vs.
LEON BLOCK, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: LEON LI.OCK,
488 xith Street.
Brooklyn New York.
You .ire required t.> MTV a copv
of the Answer to the BHl of Com-
plaint upon the plaintiffs attorney
Morton ROTHBNBERO, 421) Lin-
coln Road. Miami Beach, I'lorida.
and file the orlainal in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before July M, 195% otherwise, said
Bill will be taken as confessed by
you.
Dated this 2",th day of June. A.I>
1902.
K. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(Seal)
6 27 7
By R. H. RICE, JR.
Deputy Clerk.
,'4-ll-l
Balkin Reviews Book
Gilbert Balkin, Florida direc-
tor of the Anti-Defeir.ation.
League, B*nai B'r.th, was guest
speaker st a meeting of Miami
Beach Masada held last r.ight.
Balkin reviewed The Trouble
Makers, bv Arnold Forster and
Benjamin "Epstein, a report on
the forces of intolerarce here.
ACE RUG iu:amhs
26 S.W. South River Drive Phones 9-1155 & 82-2007
RUGS CLEANED, DYED and DEMOTHED
Carpet Laying and Repairing
FURNITURE CLEANING
Dora Stein Sisters, PTA
Hold Joint Affair
The Dora Stein Sisterhood and
the PTA of the Israelite Center
will hold a card and watermelon
party at the Center Sunday, July
13th. 7 p.m.
Proceeds will go for the He-
brew School. Co-chairmen are
Mrs. Israel Goldberg and Mrs.
Meyer Stussman. In charge of
tickets is Mrs. Sam Zollinger.
FOR SALE
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Doing good business the year around.
I Located on Dale Mabry Highway,
! about one mile from Drew Field Air
Base Long term lease or if desired
property can be purchased at a fair i
i price. License and fixtures plus i
stock, $30,000.00. One-third down, bal- ,
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 130894
Felix I HARRV BTMUt, Plaintiff,
JULIA STEIN, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JULIA BTBIN
C 0 1. Rubin
15.',5 Orand Concourse
Bronx. New York
You, JCLIA STEIN, are hereto
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed aualnst you.
ami you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney. OEOBQB J TALIANOFF,
42u Lincoln Road, Miami Beaeh. Flor-
ida, and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
21st day of July. 19:.2. If you fail to
do so. Judgment )iy default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Illll of Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH KLOKIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 20th day of June, A.D.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade Countv, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bv It. H. RICE, JR..
Deputy Clrk
OEORflE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
6/27 7/1-11-18
PAGE 13
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.KNOTiCE Is HEREBY UIVKN that
the undersigned. Uesi.ing to engage In
fcW "IftFnfte OetfilSs. name of
^i-v ':,. -MIL COCKTAIL
LOUNGE, at 4301 Collins Av. in-
Harrv B. s.M-rVhTON SACKET*
6/27 7/1-11-18
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
.... No- 24543
RE: ESTATE Ok
SIDNEY BCHWARTZ,
also known M
SIDNEY II. bUHWABTZ
NOTICE OF INTENTIOn'to'm'akE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE l> heieby given thai I have
L. ,"F, f'.n''' 'epoit and petition for
'iscli irge as Adiiiinistrutrla of
the cstat.- .,f SIDNEY Si'HW-utTZ
also known as Sidney M. BCHWARTZ
" ; -!. and that on the 85th day
of July, int. I wi;i apply to the Hon-
orable county judg.s oi Dade County,
Florida, for approval of said final
report and for final discharge as Ad-
ministratrix of the Estate of SID-
?,KY-..?.cmVARTZ- als" known as
SIDNE1 M. BCHWARTZ, de rased.
i his 18th das of June. 1952
- MARLENE SCHWARTZ,
Van..;ie Schwartz. Adminis-
tratl ix of the State of
SIDNEY BCHWARTZ,
also known as
SIDNEY M. BCHWARTZ,
MTER8, IIE.MAN & KAPLAN*"" '
Attorney! for Administratrix
6/27 7'4-11-H
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
S2S!n.SS! under the fictitious name of
STRATOSPHERE APARTMENT HO-
TEL, at 946.) Collins Avenue, Surf-
side. Florida, intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dad,- Countv, Florida
SAMUEL FUCHS
HARRIET illUSED
,... PEARL Si'HECHTER
MYERS. HEIMAN KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
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FRIDAY. JUNE 27,
PHILLIPS SCHOOL
Following his graduation from
Phillips Academy in Andover,
sachusetts. Ronald A. Lipton
has rejoined his parents. Mr. and
Ronald Lipton
Mrs, Joseph M. Lipton, 651 47th
eet, Miami Beach, for the sum-
Lipton will continue his stud-
al Harvard in the Fall. At
Academy, he was active
the Phillipian staff. He was
circulation manager of the
|i my year ook Pot Pourri
I a member of the Varsity De-
bating Team and the Phillips So-
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Rough or Pulverized
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FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1952
*Jmisii fkridfian
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE IS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 28222-B
in Re: ESTATE OK
EDWARD LiPPMAN, I -. ,;is..I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
you, and each of you, are herebj
and required to present mis
claims nil demands which you, or
either of you, nu nave against the
relate of EDWARD LIPPMAN, de-
ceased tate of Miami Beach, Dade
County, Florida, to the Hon. County
fudge* of Hade County, and flic the
name in- MiHr -office in tin- County
courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the date of the flrnl publication here-
of Said claims or demands to con-
tain the legal address of the claimant
..ili to be sworn to and presented as
aforesaid, or same will lie Imrred Bee
Section ISO of the 1933 Probate Act.
Dated June 18, AD. 195*.
C.USS1E LIPPMAN.
As Administratrix of the
Instate of
EDWARD UPPMAX,
Deceased.
IRVIXfJ CYI'EN
Attorney for Administratrix
27 "7/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY RIVEN thai
the undersigned, >i- siting i .
COMFORTAIRE or SOUTH PLOH
IDA, .u Dade County, Florid i, intend
to registei said name with the i
V ".'i' "''"" ('""" "; '" : County,
Florida.
BERNARD BEBCHUCK
6_:-i".-:,-:t"AU"Ui Wl"'ss
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS "
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREIIY niVEN that
the undi rslgne I, desidng to sni Li
business under the rictitloua ns
ABERMAN MFG. CO |m I Inc.), at
671 N. W. 29th si Miami. Fla.. Intend
k
LEGAL NOTICE
IN
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF T
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No. 150766
JEAN JOFFEE JERUME,
Plaintiff,
JERALD JEROME, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ER M.li JERi IME
Auburn State Pi
13.1 SMI.- ,-i ,. |
rn, New York
required to
I
LEGAL NOTICE
TO; .1 l-:i
._._....,...,.,.* ..,,-.,. ,. HHI OH. I, .'IT
...l -V W. 29tb si Miami, Fla., Intend
to register suld nan;. fth the Cleric
of the Clri uii Coui' of Dade > 'ounty,
Slorida.
CAROLYN .1. ABERMAN
.11' I.IAN It. ABERMAN
OBI IROE .1 TALIANOI F
Attorney for Applicants
t; 18-10-27 7 t
Notice l* herebj
Hanson and Nils
partnerstii|., ,) b
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALI, COME, liUKKT-
INC.S:
Ftedertok Flarrnn, New York, n. \.
Walter Hoffman, New York. N. Y.
William A. Hamlin, New York, N. Y
did on the 8th day of September.
A.I'. H'17 cause to I., Incorporated
under the provisions of Chapter I0OM,
Laws of Florida. Acts of 1925, SAN-
DRA POST UNOOLN ROAD. INC.,
.. corporation, with Its principal place
of business at Jacksonville. Duval
Countv. In the State .d l.orida, and
whereas the proper officers of such
corporation did on the 'tii day of
June, A.l>. 1052. Cause to be filed
in the office of the Seer.tary of Btati
. I the State of Florida, a duly authen-
i ated resolution adopted bj the
tholders under the provisions ol
i 'hapter 10096, Laws of I lorlda,
\ of 1925, Showing the dissolution
0f nii< h corporation, and the Seci
r.f st ite is satisfied I
ii nte of law have bi en complied with
IN VYITNE8S WHEREOF, I
have h.....unto set in.
and hSVI I ,;''
S nl of the State of Florida,
'
e 27
at Ta
this the
A.D. '
U. A ORAT,
Seci etarj
thi Cap tnl,
day of June,
Stati
given that Hans
Johansson, a co-
,,.,,.n Center Rest and
Bar. 6Tii 1 N. W. 7th Ave.. Miami, dis-
solved their partnership on the leth
day of June, 1952, and thai Hans
Hanson intends to carry on said bus-
iness miller the same na..... as sole
owner, and to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Conn of
Dade Count;, Florida.
HANS HANSON
STEPHEN !'. KE88LER
Attorney for Applicant
2200 w. Plaster
1/20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
I.A JoYS DRIVE INN, at 1332 -V W.
I7tli Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intend
to registei said name with the Clerk
oi the Circuit Court of Dade County,
i* lorlda.
n ISEPH I'.' ISE
- OIL-DA ROSE
OF.NET a GENET
Attorneys for Joseph .* Qllda B
6 :'"-:'7 7 l-'.l
You
of your Answer to piaintiff'i
gill "i C.....plaint for
Plaintiffs
divorce on
il n. vs. WEINSTEIN,
WEINSTEIN & WEINSTEIN 420
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida,
and to rile your original Answer In
' oil.....I th< Clerk of the a
Court on oi before Jul; 16, 1952, oth-
P o Confesso will
be entered against you.
Dated this 16th day < June, 1952
K. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Clrouit Court
i
6 20-27 7
By it. ll
I'i put;
4-11
RICE, Jit.
Clerk
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notii'E is WIREBl (ilVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name o
HARTT'S DEPARTMENT STORE, al
;,826-28 Sunset Drive, South Miami.
Ida, int.-nds to regist. r said name
with the clerk of the Circuit < ourl
of Dade County. Hon..,
I-OTHAM COMPANY,
a Florida corporation
Sole Owner
1'AI.UITT, SILVER A: MCLLOY
Attorneys for Ixitham Company
M'l lllKiaham Building
Miami, Florida
( l'ii-27 7/4-11________________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLOROA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 160405
RALPH GREEN. Plaintiff
vs.
ANN i;KEEN. Defendant. ,_,_.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ANN GREEN ._
1470 PARKCHESTER ROAD
BRONX, NY.
YOU arc required to serve a copj
of your Answer to the lull of com-
plaint for Divorce on Plaintiffs At-
torney, and to file the original Answei
in the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 2nd any
of July, A.D. IMS: otherwise, the
bill of complaint for divorce hereto-
fore filed herein will be taken as
confessed by you. .. .
DATED at Miami. Florida, this -'"'
day of June, ^ DEVI'H KM AN.
Clerk of the Circuit I'ourt
Dade County. Florida.
By: O. B. BARDIE,
Deputy Clerk
Name and address of
plaintiff's attorney:
NORMAN R. LYONS
!>1"-12 Olympia Bldg.
Miami. Florida
6/6-13-20-27 ____.
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No 25606
RE: ESTATE OF
I a d: a r.i.l \\l i INSi iN, l ii 'i i- i
NOTICE OT INTENTION TO N'AKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
Nl ITICE Is hi : havi
::. final i in I an '
r ,n.il Dischur; si
..i ihira blc:
Si i\'. ...... i. 1 thai on thi
i2, will appl!
ii ,.- i igi
approval ol
final irl and for final :
.,.. Am lllary E ol the Esti :
of I H .i:.\ i'.'.r dENSi iN, di ,. i-- d.
This imii da; of Juni 1952.
DAVID I1LCMENSON
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
\uoinev ror David Blumenson
I 20-27 V l-ll
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OWEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi In
business under the fictitious name of
INTERNATIONAL STEEL .. PIPE,
al 4110 East llth Avenue, llialcah.
Florida, intend t" register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
MAX W, TEMCHIN
WILLIAM A. ABLER
Bole owners
AMOS BENJAMIN
Allot n.\ for applicants
: 20-21 7 1-u
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORID*. IN PROBATE.
No. 28171-B
In Ite: ESTATE OF
A. JACOB PLOTKIN, also known as
A .1 PLOTKIN, and
JACOB PLOTKIN, Deceased
To ah Creditor! and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of A. JACOB PLOTKIN, also
known as A. J, PLOTKIN, and JAC-
OB PLOTKIN deceased late of Dade
i'mini;. Florida, to the Honorable
'ounty Judges of Dad.- I'muity, and
file the sain, in then Offices In the
County Courthouse in Dade County,
I lorlda, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal a.ldies.- of the
claimant and to be sworn to and
ted as aforesaid, or same will
l" barred.
Dale June 3, A.D. 1952.
DINA PLOTKIN,
As Executrix of the Last Will
ami Testament of
A. JACOB PUVTKIN
also known as
A. J. PLOTKIN'. Deceased.
SAMUEL, B. PEARLMAN
Attorney for Executrix
-0-27
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No. 150775
SYLVIA BANILOVER,
Plaintiff
HARRY BANILOVER,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: HAItltV BANILOVER
2963 WEST -'lib STREET
BROOKLYN. NEW 1ORK
TOO are required to serve OfP*
of your Answer to the BI 11 of. Con -
plaint for Divorce on IMainttff is At-
torney and to file your original Ans-
wer In the Office of the, Cftrk of the
circuit Court on or before the inn
toj f July. 1962; otherwise the Mil
,,f' complaint for divorce heretofore
filed herein will be taken as COnfSSS-
"'iWed' at Miami. Florida, this
l7th day of June, Lf?ATHERMAN,
cieik of the Circuit Court
Dade County. Honda
By: JOHN WEST
11, puty Clerk
Name and Address of
plaintiffs altoim '.
NORMAN R. LYONS,
910-12 Olympia Bldg,
Miami. Florida
6 20-27 1-U _
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 150636
MAXINE E. ARMSTRONG,
Plaintiff,
vs
JOHN E. ARMSTRONG,
dant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JOHN E ARMSTRONG
a Virginia Si eel tt .
. Wi n V
V. .. JOHN E. ARMSTRONG
that a BUI ol i
plaint for D1m li -
ilred to
of your
i iii i B of Ci tint on
; ... BEN ESSEN,
tl Bid* M mil. i
;.',.".-. glnal Ans\i
i ...
Circuit C
1 Itli d iv of Jul>. 1952, If you
i b; di II
ef de-
n the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall he published onci
. week for f< weekt
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
l.i.Ni; AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, tliis 12th day of June. A.D.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
I Circuit Court Seal) ...
By a. B. HARDIE,
Deput) clerk
BEN ESSEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
R23 Seybold Bldg.
Miami. Florida
I 20-27 7/4-11
TO:
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS IIEHEI'.Y GIVEN that
the undersigned, deeu/lng t WP
businCBS under the flcllilous name or
AIRPORT MEN'S SHOP, ft SIM Wj
W. 86th Street. Miami Springs, Flor-
ida. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florid:.^ ^^
HUTNfJR & BUWER. Baqa.
Attorneys for NILS kill I I
6'6-13-20-27____________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .....
X, iTICE 18 HEREBY OI\ ENT that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
luiKlneas under the flct>. kills "" '.'
HoRSKSIItiE RES' \l RANT. ;'
8. W. Sth Street. Miami. I; ^' "> '.
to reeisl.r said name with <"' IK
of the Circuit Court of Dade Count*.
1 i""lU' ALICE TAYLOR
ST El'11 EN F KES8LER
\ ttot nay for Applicant
W Flagler St.
7 4-11 -
IN T^'cfRC^/cob'R^rTHE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 149530
MARY LE ZOTTIO. Plaintiff
,-|.-Nk'|.i: /.OTTE. Defendant
S^denj.T unknown |voRC1
cr or Pleading io < ttorney,
i''^'",,;^ i"Kl'ss Ft WRJ Weil
"CTHE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
DONE W ORDERED at
lor?dNa? thli Mb day of June.
A.D.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engag. ir
l.usine,s under the Rlous name of
THE FI.AMINC.O BARBK. I -. >
W. 27th Avenue N. W. [th >"**{:
Miami. Fla.. Intend to r^MermM
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
cUUr.rfra.c^,v,^ix.i
ROBERT HERZOG
HCTNER A HUTNKR, ESQS.
Attorneys for Welda Hersog
and Robert Hersog
/1I-I0-I7 7/4
E. B
' :
Dade
(Circuit Court Sesn
'Deputy
|/yj-20-!7 I 4____
WEATHERMAN,
Circuit COI
. Florida.
HARDIE.
c. rk.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 150499
HELEN RIVOIRE, Plaintiff.
JOHN A. RIVOntE, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TU- JOHN A. RIVOIRE
-.777 116th Street
Jamaica. Long Island
New York _,
You arc hereby notified thai a BUT
or Complaint for Divorce has been
agalnsl you, and you are re-
nulred '.. serve a copy > your Ans-
wer or Pleading to the Bill ol Com-
pDint on the plaintiffs Attorney
ARONOVITZ A ARONOVITZ. 7
Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla.. and file
the original Answer or Pleading in
,, office of the cierk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 7th das of
m 1952 if you fall to do so. juds-
.; by default will be taken agalnsl
you for the relief demanded In the
B VI notTc.ta.nail be published once
,.,1 w.ek for four consecutive weeks
"THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. ,
'"DONE AND ORDERED at Mlwnl,
Florida, this 4th day of June. A.D.
WM' F. B. LEATHERMAN,
C'ierk. Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Conn SeanN wy^
Deputy Clerk.
ARONOVITZ ft ARONOVITZ
Attorneys for Plaintiff
748 Seybold Building
Miami. I'll
6 8-13-20-27____________________________
,u -rue CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVElT^JUDiCIAL CIRCUIT IN
^lUda. D,AnDEchanUcNeTrYy-.
No. 150544
DOROTHY E. yates, Plaintiff,
,./~i'k trATES. Defendant.
Dl NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ^TRefd/coufmbu.. Ohio
Y. i are hefeby not ^n
0f co i ,:-
ansvver
ntejnt
,., ',1,.. plaintiffs attorney an''
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 150611
PAULINE PALMER, Plaintiff.
vs.
E. Defendants.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
E. ii. SI'I.I.I I,VAN and ETTA
SULLIVAN, his wife,
Residence unknown
JULIA SULLIVAN and
SULLIVAN, hei husband, If she
be married.
R, flence unknown
And also, all of the unknown
heirs, devisees, grantees, lega-
tees, tsslgnees, lienors, creditors
or other claimants claiming by
i r through, under or agalnsl
any of the above;
And also, all unknown parties
ami claimants ha> Ing or claim-
ing io have any right, title or
I in and to the following
property Io
Ituate, 1} in .....I being In
the County of Dad., State ol
I !. to-wlt:
I. Jl In Block II of HIGH-
LAND PARK. a. Ill B to
the plat thereol d In
I" Book 2. Pa 13, ol the
Public Ri ords ol Dade
County, 1
AND EACH OF YOU
and n q dn d to rile
. on or before the leth
day ol July, 1932, In the above styled
pause now pending in the Clrcull
Court of the Eleventh Judicial < Ir-
an, l for lioi. Co int r
In Chancery, wherein Pauline Palmer
In plaintiff and the above named
lelves and others, are
defendants, and in default of SUCh
appearance a decree pro confesso win
be entered against you. Said cause
was Instituted for the purpose of
ouletlnK title to the aliove described
property, as will more fully appear
from trie bill of complaint filed In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of I >ade County, Florida.
This order shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in the JEWISH FLORIDIAN, Miami,
Dated, this 10th day of June. 1981
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Bj G. B. IIAKD1E,
Deputy Clerk
WARREN S. WEP.MAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
407 Blscayne ituilding
Miami. Florida
,: 13-20-27 -- 7 I _____
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 2S223-B
In Be: ESTATE OF
ISRAEL It. GOODMAN,
also known as
I. R. CooDMAN, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Agalnsl
Estate:
You, anil each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
i laims and demands which you, Or
either of vou, ma} have against the
estate of ISRAEL R. GOODMAN
a/k/a 1. it. GOODMAN, decease! late
of Miami Poach. Dade Count) I
Ida, to the Hon. w. F. BLANTON,
County Judge of Dade County, and
lile in,, same in his office in tic-
County Courthouse in Dade County,
Florida, within sight calendar months
from He date of tin- first publli on
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the '
ant and to he sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or same Will be I
Bee Section ISO ol the 1981 Probate
Act.
Dale Jllie- 17. AH PC.L'.
LILLIAN GOODMAN
As Administratrix of the
Estate of
ISRAEL It. GOODMAN
a/k/a I. R. GOODMAN.
1 Iceea-- '
IRVING CTPEN
Attorney for Administratrix
6/20-27 7/4-11
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 26518-B
RE: ESTATE OF
ANNA SHERMAN. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that 1 havi
filed mv final report and petition for
Final Discbarge as Ancillary Admin-
istrator C.T.A. "f the estate of ANNA
SHERMAN, deceased; and the
the Hth day of July. 1952, 1 will
to the Honorable FRANK B. DOW l.-
INC. County Judge Of Dade Co
Florida, for approval of said final
repot i ami for final discharge as An-
cillary Administrator C.'I'.A. of the
Estate of anna BHERMAN, d<
" Tliis llth day of June, 1952.
GEORGE SHERMAN
KOVNER & MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for
Ancillary Administrator I 1 .A.
U" Lincoln B
Miami Beach, Florida
6 13-20-27 7 I ____
YOU
hen by
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN
derslgned, di i Ina to
he fl minus nan
HI'DDLE BAR AND GRILL, a -
Vlcasar Avenue, Coral Gables, Ii
to register a Id ni..... Ith the i
.,, the Clrcull Courl of Dade Co
tlor,dn' REBA EL .
MICHAEL M. ISENBERG
Attorney tor Applicant
l iu7 i'.i-. aj ne nidg.
6 13-20-27 7/1______________________,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to eiigane in
business under the fictitious name of
WEATHER-VIEW OF MIAN II. t
8737 Coral Way, Miami. Ha., lni nd>
I., register said name win, the i
of the Circuit Court of Dade counts.
Florida^ tMm LAZ4R
JOSEPH PARDO
Attorney for Applicant
914 Seybold BldB-
6 U-20-27 7 t
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
INAND FOR DADE COUNTY..
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 28112-B.
In Re: ESTATE OF
ERNESTINE A. BRUNSON,
l: ceased
To All creditors ami All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against
said Estate:
You, and each of you. are herebj
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, ol
cither of you. may have .gainst the
state of ERNESTINE A. BRUN-
BON deceased late of Dads County.
Florida, to the Honorable County
hidtes of Dade County, ami file th>
same n their offices In the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida.
within -elttht calendar months from
h, date of the first publication here-
of Said claims of demands to eon-
tain the legal address of the <-ln''"'''
and to be sworn to and presented as
aforesaid, or same will be barred.
Date June 3. A.D. 1952.
E A. JOHNSON,
As Executor of the I^ist Will
and Testament of
ERNESTINE A. BRUNSON.
Deceased.
CLICK & PELTZ
'"', i.'ongress Bide.
AomneyiTfor B. A. Johnson
it (18-20-27 _________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
N NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I I
the undersigned, desiring to engag in
ii,;. ci,, uit curt of Dade County.
Fl0'ia- 1X(.K piERMAN
ALEX DAVID
Partners
6/20-27 7 1-11________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY Gl\ Eh that
h. undersigned, desiring to engap- in
S'AkwfiWs
name with the Clerk of I.-- I
^""t "bb^b^lauWt; INC.
By! Stanley Kruse.^^^
\RONoVIT7. & ARONOVITZ
xuoni. vs for Reliable Laundry. Inc.
013-^(1-27 7/1_________________.
"^^E NUAN^RLArWTITI0US
a^fcflSl SSS ot'Wde County,
Florida. T McFARLAND

m
,. pefore the fth ''>'.',;'!l-\;,.1, :.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY given that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bu8l2S under the n;'"'i^"iV">' ?
"HARRY'S DELICATESSEN. a<
,.-'South Wesl Sth gtreet. Miami.
Florida, lni ; \ '
with the Clerk of the < ItvUlt court
,.f Dade County. IJotWfc rn,N-
HENRY ZADAN
BEYMOOR B. UEBMAN, Attorney
t 20-27 I""
'--'^^-'iud.nien.'-liyde
.mil w be taken afalnst yon foi
,,,,.,, m the Bill of
''doNe"xND OHDERED at Mln.nl.
norioaT this Sth day of June. A.D.
1 '- E B. LEATHERMAN.
rierk Of the Cirou t Court
Bv WM W STOCKING. DC.
RICHARD K. SWfPARD.
sitnmev for Plaintiff _,
22M W Flagler St., Miami. Fla.
6/13-20-27 7/t
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