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

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
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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VOLUME 25Number 27
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JULY 4. 1952
PRICE: TEN CENT3
Mc Car ran-Walter
Bill Passes Veto
(90
WASHINGTON (JTA) The McCarran-Walter Omnibus Immigration B II
PTvmSp T,rUman i" 8 3ihTg 2^2. mt"** as "worse th;in tlle -"famous Alien
! 1798;' this week was declared the law of the land <"uus /men
The House of Representatives by a margin of 17 votes, acted to override the
the measure by a vote of 278 (107 Democrats and 170 Republicans) to 113
[{('puDlicsr. s).
In the Senate, the bill was repassed by a vote of 57 to 26 its
foes, led by c
failing
Liberal civic groups, labor, racial and religious minorities ele
r. nts and the major national Jewish organizations had bitterly
I the McCai ran-Walter immigration and naturalization meas-
i;;i a.- Lt.ng racist and discrim-
ory and had appealed to the
li nt to veto the bill. His
'/"' ^"alv- ",e Dl" was repassecl by a vote of 57 to 26, its
rd by Senators Hubert Humphrey and Herbert H. Lehman.
by a margin of three votes to prevent overriding of the veto!
! iction in sendirg to the Congress
me of the sharpest and most
at vetoes in the history of
the White House brought him the
plaudits of critics of the bill and
the condemnation of its adher-
1 ents.
NEWS FLASHES
fiurion Cabinet Given Confidence
JERUSALEM (JTA) The Israel Parliament gave a vote of
confidence this week to the reshuffled Cabinet of Premier David
I Ben Gurion. The changes provided for Ehezer Kaplan to hand over
i the Finance Ministry to Levi Eshkol and to assume the post of Vice
I Premier without portfolio. Dr. Peretz Naphtali became Minister of
I Agriculture, while Chaim Cohen took over the post of Justice Min-
| ister. The appointment of Levi Eshkol to head the Finance Ministry
i necessitated his replacement as Jewish Agency treasurer. Dr. George
I Josephthal will assume the treasury post, witn the assistance of
; Moshe Kol, who will serve as co-treasurei.

Warren Attacks Vicious Rumors
I WASHINGTON iJTAj Governoi Earl Warm of California
| charged in ar. address before the National Pre*s Club here that
j "scurrilous' written propaganda is "fouling the atmosphere and
mds" whi b i prove difficult to heal. He said this
; in a pi r greater attention by the GOP t> civil rights and the
proble mority groups. Warren criticized the "withering
of the GOP saying it -would turn the clock back." He
said he ked as a ici ilist" by members of his own party
,i.t FEPC ir. California. The Governor told the press
Reports were current here that b that th? Repubi. ans ...>t implement the c civil rights planks
consideration to the employment problems of
characterized by
and SeJ.tion Act
veto. It repasssd
Democrats ana 23
Little Hope
Little hope was held out here
for the revision of the new law
in any of its major details
lor.g time to come.
tures of the bill, whi
it to challenge in the courts, were
rectified in the Senate-House con-
ference.
J32
Capitol Spotlight
BY MILTON FRIEDMAN
(Copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
cc
111VT
Fifty-nine United States Stnators have indicated agreement with
Representative John E. Rankin. of Mississippi, by sponsoring a con-
stitutional amendment aimed against the United Nations Human
Rights and Genocide conventions. Representative Rankin con-
demrtd the Human Rights program as "Communistic fanaticism" {nical grounds is shabby treatment
President Tiumr.n. c-ngered by
the reported disloyalty of high
placed Federal officials who ask-
ed Senators to override the Presi-
dent's veto, was considering their
dismissal. Or.e of the officials
mentioned in these reports was
for long consideied a bottle::, k
in the granting of visas to Jewish
displaced persons.
In his veto message. President
Truman warned that powers con-
ferred by the measure on offic-
ials were "incons.stert with our
democratic ideals." He said "to
make refugees from oppression
forever deportable on such tech-
and give gre
minorities.
an: tailed on the Senate to oppose it.
Denouncing advocates of lhe UN program to protect minor-
ities. Representative Rankin said: "They have been run out of
practically every country in Europe .in the years gone by. and
if they keep stirring race trouble in this country and trying to
force their Communist program on the Christian people of Amer-
ica, there is no telling what will happen to them there."
Despite the fact that the earliest Congressional attacks on Hu-
indeed."
The President's message spoke
of "the great popular Interest
; which this bill has created" and
urged a re-examination by Con-
Igress "of this entire matter." He
[suggested "the creation o: a rep-
resentative commission of out-
man Rights came from Rankin. Senator John W. Bricker. of Ohio, [standing Americans to examine
and Senator Pat McCarran, of Nevada, insisted they were defend- i the basic assumptions of our im-
ini; "freedom" by opposing the UN Human Rights accord. The i migration policy, the quota svs-
Btate Department had told the Senate that it wants to guard against tern and all that goes with it, the
am it petition of genocide, specifically mentioning the Nazi ex- effect of our present immigration
termination of Jews. But Senator Bricker said: "I deny that any
human being has ever been obliged to murder another human
Senator Bricker last month openly stated "the UN draft cov-
enant on Human Rights has been the primary target of my criti-
cism." To prevent American ratification of the draft covenant he
introduced Senate Joint Resolution No. 130. This would provide
for a constitutional amendment to restrain this nation from join-
ing with other nations in expressing concern over the welfare of
minority groups through ratification of the Human Rights princi-
ples. And he proudly announced that 58 other Senators, including
>uch influential leaders as Robert A. Taft. had joined him.

Two years ago Dean Rusk, former Deputy Under Secretary of
State, begged the Senate in vain to ratify the Genocide Convention.
Hi- said the United States has cooperated in the past "with other
nations in the suppression of such lesser offenses as the killing of
fur seals. It is natural that other nations look to the United States
for cooperation in the suppression of the most heinous offense of
11 the destruction of human, groups."
Mr. Rusk said the destruction of European Jewry so shocked
civiliied society that any such mass murder should be prohibited
by the international community. He told the Senate that "the
worst atrocities of Negro against the Chrisians failed to reach the
level of those perpetrated by Hitler against the Jews. No one
cn yet have forgotten the organised butchery of racial groups by
the Natia. our enemies in World War II. which has resulted in the
extermination of some 6.000.000 Jews."
Will Maslow, of the American Jewish Congress, this month
testified before a Senate committee and presented an extensive ar-
gument against the Bricker move. One Senator was visibly im-
pressed by Maslow's testimony. He was Senator Robert C. Hen-
drukson, of New Jersey, who listened to Maslow and then said ne
was convinced of the correctness of the American Jewish Congress
Position.
Sanford H. Bola. AJC Washington representative, wrote of
the Bricker amendment that "the great majority of the American
People remain uninformed on the dangers inherent in this pro-
Posed constitutional amendment." Bols wrote: Most of the ma-
terial that has been written in support of the Bricker resolution
w extremely misleading. Senator Bricker speaks passionately oi
Preserving and defending individual constitutional rights line
freedom of spetch. press and religion When in fact no pros-
pective treaty poses threats to such rights and his principal pur-
Poe it really to kill the Genocide Convention and the ",""5"
H'ghts Convention which attempt to preserve and defend ""
individual rights to life and liberty as an international maiter
without in any way contravening our own." ..-..
Bolz warned: "The broad and indefinite language of the BricK-
w resolution would create havoc in this country's international re-
gions, Would announce to the world that the era of 'new isolation-
* at hand for America, and in the name of defending our in-
O'yidual rights would prevent us from becoming Partners inpe
"tmiational charter, to assure human rights and basic decency
" the world probebly our surest weapon against Communism in
"e struggle for the minds and hearts of men."
Contnued en Page 12)
Grand Jury
To Probe
Bombings
The wave of bombings that
terrorized Greater Miami early
last Fall will be the object of a
full-scale investigation here by a
Federal Grand Jury, it was learn-
ed this week.
The December bombing at
Mirr.s, Florida, during which an
official of the National Associa-
tion for the Advancement of Col-
ored People was murdered, will
also be presented for study at
that time.
Confirmation of the impending
investigation came from the of-
fice of Florida Senator George
Smathers in Washington, D.C.
While details regarding the in-
quiry have not yet been fully
reported, it was reliably indicat-
ed that L. E. Broome, special as-
sistant to the Attorney General,
has been assigned by the Depart-
ment of Justice to direct the
Krobe. Currently in Miami where
e is studying FBI reports,
Broome refused to comment fur-
ther except to state that he
would work with jurors on the
case. .
Prior to the Mims murder of
Harry T Moore, there had been
nine dynamitings and attempts
at Houses of Worship here, in-
cluding eight synagogues and one
Catholic Church, and an addition-
(Continued on Page W
British HIP'S Flay Bonn Appointee
LONDON (JTA) Ea.-rut: Jannei several other MP's
j demand:.) In Commons that the British Foreign Office reject the
appointment of Susanna Sur.onis y the West German Government
, to cate for the welfare i I German women employed in Britain, on
1 the groun : tat she held a similar position among German women
I in Japan daring the Nazi regime. Lnder Secret ry I r Foreign Af-
rs Anthony Nutting, rejected the demand, asserting that Miss
Sii tonis had not been employed by the German Foreign 0:fice prior
I to the erd of World V.'ar II. Ke stated that "a impetent commute;
ipletelj cleared her of Nazism after an attack on her in the Ger-
; :. an p. ess."
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Costa Riea Anti-tlewish Bombing
NEW YORK JTA) Arti-Semitic agitation and attempted
bombings in Costa Rica during the past six months have been the
work of a small underground group which is attempting to poison
I the minds of the population, Dr. Maurice L. Perlzweig, political
I consultant to the World Jewish Congress, declared here upon his
j return from a five-day tour of inspection to that country. President
Ulate, of Costa Rica, has pledged to put down, with all the means
at his disposal, any terrorist actions of anti-Semites against members
or the Costa Rican Jewish community. Dr. Perlzweig said. The
President also pledged to guarantee to defend the rights and free-
doms of the members of the Jewish community.

Diseuss Middle East Command
LONDON (JTA) A discussion of the proposed Middle East
defense command took place when Foreign Secretary Anthony Edea
and Secretary of State Dean Acheson met here. However, it is
believed that no more than a general review of Middle East prob-
lems took place and that no decisions were reached.
e e e e
Arabs Admit Boycott Is Failing
BOSTON (JTA) Many Arab spokesmen, including Sami Bey
Solh. the Lebanese Premier, now frankly admit that the anti-Israel
boycott has injured Arab economies. The Christian Science Monitor
reported this week from Beirut. It quoted the Lebanese leader,
however, as declaring that the boycott the Arab's only effective
weapon against the Jews will not be lifted until Israel agrees to
move back within the boundaries of the United Nations partition
plan and pays compensation to the Palestine Arab refugees,
e e e e e
Israel Allocation ITneut By House
WASHINGTON (JTA) The House Appropriations Committee
which reduced the appropriation bill for the Mutual Security Aid
program bv $250,130,000, ?ert the bill to the House floor without
change in the Israel allocation of $73,000,000. The United States is
"continuing to work" toward a Middle Eastern defense pact "which
would taKe into account Egyptian national aspirations and provide
for the defense of the Middle East on an equal and cooperative
basis." This was made known in previously secret testimony by
Burton Y. Berry, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Near
Eastern Affairs, which was revealed here by the Senate Appro-
priations Committee.

South African Body Denies Communist Charge
JOHANNESBURG (JTA) The South African Board of Depu-
ties has presented to Parliament a statement describing as "fan-
tastic" an allegation in an official police report that the Board of
Deputies controls the Communist Party in tne Union. The Minister
of Justice referred to the report in Parliament last ADril 29th, ani
the Board subsequently demanded the right to communicate its
denial of the charges to the House.
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Nazis Attack Austrian Chancellor For Meeting
VIENNA (JTA) A neo-Nazi newspaper here has attacked
Austiian Chancellor Leopold Figl and Vienna Mayor Franz Jonas
on the grounds that during their recent visits to the United States
they had no contact with "Chrisian emigrants as opposed to those
who went when Hitler came to power" and that they associated
only with "Israelite emigres" in the US. The chatges were made by
Neue Fiont, organ of the neo-Nazi League of Independent Voters

Italian Rabbinical Council Is Re-established
ROME (JTA) The Italian Rabbinical Council has been re-
formed and is currently headed by Rabbi Gustav Gale, of Piedmont,
its new president.


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I'll Say...
A tourist visiting Bombay is immediately taken to
[the Hanging Gardens, a series of flower beds blooming
Ion a hill. A grim, unsightly, square structure com-
Imands the view of the city. The adjoining park con-
tains the Tower of Silence, wherein the strangest of
death ceremonies is practiced by the Parsees. I shall
[take the liberty of quoting the following excerpts from
The Religion of Zarathushtra" written by my friend
Dr. Irach J. S. Taraporewala. I am sure the noted
scholar and thinker will not mind.
|THE LAST HOUR
The solemn hour of death and the ceremonies that
kollow naturally form the most important and the most
hmpiessive part of the ritual in every religion. Among
Shi' Zoroastrians it is the foremost bounden duty of the
nearest relations at such a moment to repeat into the
dying ears the sacred verses Ashem Vohu and the
\huna Vairya. The person dying if conscious is also
equired to join in these prayers.
THE USELESS BODY
"As soon as the breath has left it, the body is re-
carded as impure, for it begins then to decay and to
Fall to pieces. It has therefore to be destroyed as soon
fas possible and in a manner as may be the least harm-
ful to the living. Dead matter very soon becomes a
tentre of corruption, and hence in the disposal of a
dead body care has to be taken that none of the pure
Elements of Ahura Mazda are contaminated. The Maz-
dla worshipper is enjoined 'to expose the dead body to
[he Sun'. Hence the body is not to be burnt, neither
Is it to be buried, nor thrown into water. Therefore
Ihe structures known as the Towers of Silence' are
trected, wherever Parsees are congregated in any num-
bers, in which the dead are exposed without violating
Either the sense of decency and propriety, or any of the
well thought out rules of the Zoroastrian religion.
"Soon after the spirit has departed, the body is
bathed and dressed in old worn out garments of white
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THE TOWERS OF SILENCE
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
cotton. After the sudreh is put on, the nearest male
relation (usually the eldest son) puts on the kusti re-
citing the appropriate prayers. The entire body is then
swathed in a long white robe only the face and the
cars showing. In the meanwhile a room in the house
has been washed and in a corner sand is sprinkled on
the floor or slabs of stone are laid thereon, and on this
the body is reverently deposited, until the hour of its
removal has come. The body cannot be carried to the
Tower except in the daylight hours and the usual time
tor the funeral is either in the morning or in the after-
noon. As long as the body remains in the house a priest
JJf "car reciting prayers, and keeping alight a fire in
which incense and sandalwood is constantly burnt.
None but the two corpse-bearers can henceforth touch
the body, and none may approach within three paces
01 the dead.
REMOVAL OF THE BODY
"At the time appointed the two corpse-bearers come
in with an iron bier, on which the corpse has to be
carried; and two priests stand at the door of the room
and, facing the departed, recite aloud the Ahunavaiti
Gatha. When the recital is over the assembled friends
and relations takes the last leave of the departed, bow-
ing low before the dead. Then the bier is covered over
with a white sheet and carried out. There are other
men to help the two corpse-bearers, but these may not
touch anything except the long handles of the bier.
It may also be noted that the carriers of the body, the
priests who say the prayers and the friends who follow
up to the Tower of Silence, must be dressed in white,
and they must always go in pairs, holding a white
handkerchief between them. The colour of the dress
indicates Purity and the going in pairs implies mutual
help in the hour of sorrow. Arriving at the Tower the
procession halts a certain distance from it, the bier
is laid dbwn, and the face is exposed for the last time.
All assembled bow low in the last salutation; and then
the two corpse-bearers carry the bier into the Tower.
None but these two may go inside. There the body is
placed within its proper ring and denuded of all its
clothing. For naked were we born into the world and
naked must we go out of it
THE VULTURES
The Tower of Silence, being open at the top, gives
free access to birds of prey the creatures meant by
God to devour dead bodies. Incidentally it also em-
phasizes the Zoroastrian virtue of charity even in death
by feeding the birds with our cast-off bodies. In towns
where there is considerable Zoroastrian population such
birds are encouraged to build their nests in the vicinity
of the Towers. In places like Bombay the vultures fin-
ish off the flesh within half an hour, and the bones are
completely bleached by the sun and the air within a
few days. These are then collected together and de-
posited within the central pit, where they crumble to
dust. Thus rich and poor, saint and sinner, man, woman
and child all find the same level at the long last and
mingle their dust together. Mo monument is erected so
that the rich may be marked out from the poor even
in death.
BODY AND SOUL
"The rain washes out the Tower and the water run-
ning into the pit is filtered through the bone dust
there and through the filter beds, and through the four
channels and ultimately reaches the soil pure and
clear.
"This much for the disposal of the body; but Zoro-
astrianism regards the Soul as infinitely the more im-
portant. On the morning of the fourth day after 'the
departure' the Soul crosses over the Chinvat-bridge
where the good are separated from the bad, and on the
other side it is judged by the Great Judges, Mithra and
Rashnu, while Sraosha watches over them all. The
Judges give the denarted the exact reward for all acts
done during the earthly life."
Gas Company |Flagler-Granada Gives 'Realizes Ambition
Commonded Here' Dividend On Bond Issue
The Miami Beach Taxpayers'
Association last week commend-
ed Peoples Water and Gas Com-
pany for aiding consumers 10 un-
derstand the gas rates.
Concluding its fact-finding on
the Beach, the Association had
also suggested that the gas com-
pany return consumer deposits
when satisfied that they have es-
tablished their credit.
Bond Co-chairmen Robert Tau-
ber and Joseph Masters distrib-
uted dividend checks to sub-
scribers of the Flagler-Granada
Jewish Community Center Issue
during a meeting here held late
last week.
The checks covered interest
and amortization on bonds float-
ed by the Center for a $20,000
addition to the group's building
When Dr. Robert A. Rosen,
chiropodist, from Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania, served in the
Navy, he was stationed in Mi-
ami.
Dr. Rosen made up his mind
that as soon as the war was over
he would make Dade County his
home. His office is now at 6985
Abbott Avenue.
Abraham Rochsiein. Greater Miami Jewish Community Center
physical education director Heft) is shown presenting Al Kahn.
manager of the Diamond-Berk Insurance Softball teem, the award
for winning first place in the All-Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter double round robin. Diamond-Berk Insurance battled in a
three-way play-off, taking a double-header from both the Flagler-
Granada and Miami Branch men last Sunday.
Tropical Lodge
Stages Service
I Fund Affair
Announcement was made this
|week by Alvin Budner, president
[ Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
f the first in a series of Service
Furd affairs to be launched on
Saturday evening, July 12th, at
[the Floridian Hotel, Miami
I Beach.
The Splash-Dance swim party
I is being staged by Larry Niditch,
with the co-chairmanship of Bob
aXony
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B'nai B'rith agencies throughout
the nation. "Some of the most
important agencies affecting this
community are the Anti-Defama-
tion League, Veterans Adminis-
tration Voluntary Program at
Pratt General Hospital, Hillel
Foundation and Youth Clubs,"
Budner said.
Slatko Reports
To Air Force
Twenty-three-year-old Robert
Slatko, a Miami attorney, has
been commissioned as a First
Lieutenant In the United States
Air Force.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Slat-
ko. 1235 NW 3rd Avenue, the
officer reported to Camp Stone-
man in Pittsburg, California, yes-
terday. Slatko is a graduate of
the Miami Military Academy,
with the highest scholastic rank-
ing ever attained there. He en-
tered the University of Miami
School of Business at the age of
15.
In 1950, Slatko received the
LLB degree from the University
Law School
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EDITORIAL
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uieum ;: independence ".:: desocrccy
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mud inevitably consider the new stale s bcM
Tr.ere err. ;= no bolster time "- anoerscare :-:
rpirhaal identificatjon wsfa brae] then -:* rhere
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ica s citizenry wiD show z proper regard toi tne
spirit c: 1776 and in meaning ic the world a
.zzzz. Oat nation must not be an eccnoeajc lead-
e: alone. Sphitoal teadership teems mrreney
mare important
The studenti are z.-c.-er.:/.- as diplomatically
oriented ~s ii then government At the moment
.= :::: public relation! ::: Wetl Germany to
ezpreM feelings :: misgivings and regret; the
North Atlantic Treaty Orgcrnization, together with
; Americas leadership can hardly look with
disfavor a! z former foe in the process of mend-
Students As Mi mi. *
Stude.-.: cir.c.als z: me 'zr.zr.r. WoBgasq
Gcethe University m Pranktun many, have passed a resolution urging the r-car.
Govemmenl 10 make good materiel damages and
lasses tattered by lews during the reign al the
Third ?e.::.
.-:s qua.-: a.: a: mfarmatior was crnnoanced
nationally by the American Jewish 3ocnminee
las: v.-;< anno, with the :::e: report thai the
students demand punishment tor anti-Semitic agi-
tation.
Sue- avowals z: change in hear have rela-
tively link value --less examinee in light :: the
numher zi Jewish students z- the university
Should 'he student parliament responsible for
the resolution -e peopled by ever, the smaller!
proportion c: them ii ere./ indicates deierence
paid a recent enemy
Understanding Israel's Nature
r.: '
.' Z z ."-
::.= z
.:.- =
5-Ser
re z I
'. -
ever while the students academically ce-
nplementation z: Konrad Adenauer's rep-
..-. SeptembeJ I 551. old guard Nczi
continue to infiltrate -.he thinking oi Ger-
.arae '.: is significant that the youthful
. :.-e:s:::e the r.eed for punishment of
-..-.=- \-.ere car. he no better proof that
cr Jews Still smoulders,
rtion virtually guilty of genocide resumes
.: path No amount of surface intellec-
Vlo Ovrridd*n
President Harry S. Truman has shown ij
:ge o.nce again. When the ochcus Mc
Itei Omnibus Immigration Biil ccmetoK I
aesk for official signature, he vetoed it, writta, I
ason one of the most scathing rejection in White House history. nol"H
So fcr as we are concerned, the motivation, kj
the immigration bill is obvious Current fotl
iberal, outspoken attitudes is now beinq a I
sucged by the effort to restrict "foreign'' uwj
ramed by "foreign" persons who seek legnll
entry as residents into the United States. I
I ..thermore. it is clear that impending elec.l
::cr. campaigns can most profitably be augment]
ei by last-minuie legislation designed to seem!
live for one's constituents. It will not be!
difficult for Congressional offkre-seekeis to pre,!
he McCarrcn-Walter Bill as a masterly, Wl
move against the infiltration here of Com!)
munists and Kremlin sympathizers.
This is far from the truth. The bill, in reality 1
edds further impossibilities to an already uruecrl
istic immigration stand taken by the Federal GovH
ernment some thirty years ago. In his veto mej-j
sage. President Truman stated in no uncertain
terms that the bill discriminated against portico.]
lar persons and underscored the fact that its stip-1
ulctions made superior beings of Anglo-Saxons,]
But Congress was apparently bent on its vic-
ious game which confuses internal politics with
American ideals. It is not the first time that the]
theme of Anglo-Saxon superiority was discussed]
on the legislative floors in the past few months.
Hardly less than seven weeks ago. Representa-
tive Claire Hoffman, employing similar terms,
cttacked Representative Emanuel Celler is anj
oration combining Mutual Security Aid for Israel
discussion and the immigration bill.
Apparently, the Presidential veto meant little
to the Congressmen. Also ignored was the strong
objection of meny national organizations repre-j
senting millions of citizens. The veto has been!
overridden. The McCarran-Walter BUI Is now the]
law of the lend.
tuality bent in the direction of apparent ember-1
rassment can disguise this fact. It may, perhaps
with some justification, be argued that Germany]
is currently exper.encing a sort of social evolu-j
tion end thct its end is to take a place among the
democratic nations of Europe. But a plethora oil
evidence to the contrary denies this probability.
By SEYMOUR 2 LJEBMAJi
During tr past foui
many pe pic have c >me 1
realization that Israeli! d not
rstand A icai and -
versa. T-- -< differences can be
round :.-. many phase- of our n
spective ways of life
gh b th countries art
end consider themselves democ-
racies.
brae] has -- ...-
th ugh ...:- :. = : t
Dr. Lf. Kolui bad drafted 1
stitutior. shortly after the
ation of the Stati Many lead-
ing Israelis including
.*:..-. stei E;r Gurion, felt that the
nstituti -
an -
as 1 gidity in tl
'.h:.: e part of tl
ttem E .
I EngJ
1 -
In .'.


1 E
1 la En|
nt : Pal


" -:.'ience
;" thei idges, and so tl
State has made no cha-.
I Sure, tt has trial
eated und
ial system.
While Israel i.= not a tfceo
and there is
enure.-. ar,j -t ,
niztd Rab'cinic courts. Marriage
and divorce are exclusively witn-
ln the jurisdiction of these relia-
ious bodies. Up until
n-.',ntns ago. all matters of ir-
hentance were theirs exclusively
but recently the Knesset adopted
a bill granting won,;n equal
.-. : .-..-.'-.- i :: r -
. hi
-*="- men: an: ks .
*e must apt
Israel is based upo: :. :
mlture c-c that -. a has
ilturally .- -. little
t .".
ft .- not difficult a ertair
----- >pean culture tad Eui
I thinku : nd 1 ring
ire pre minant : /-.- -_
approximately 24O.00C
Israe:. ..-; ;
:- .-.-. European rountnes
from the "' it
: Amer.ca Of th. 1 -
n of Israel
e from --

. t al
that one out oi
n Israel


W
re re:

red A
It 1
-

- -
Fun
..-. 1 re

" V a a large
;-t. m.
ment. Again, without d
ar into the field of
e phasi
Ihe : : uni
: re an intrinsic
: th 5} A
*'ord. t -wit uni n
fferent conno-
'- esented in the
-':' 51 nd thu r.t-.v Stati
in the Neai East.
lr. Israi I. practi illy evt ryoa
thi
proletari it and
: whetl
;' pro or anti-soc
'"' tobeadev -,
.'' I class warfan
11 fuU fa_
I implical
[lpft.
-' AF1
'..

-

me fit :
tenir.ent has ti
loned t

ci rd between labor an I
imenl part : .
l iropean unmn> |
lance 01 irir.g 1 litical
.e"n!l : of the
' eve that capm
and 1. enemies" 0
leach other. The Histadrut
followed thu lin. and even prior
I Israel. uUlized its
p-:tv, Hapat, to control the World
IZionist movement, and still does
so altttough there is a split in its
own railk.-, and it now has Mapai
und Mapam. F
t*j2? *f Ubor Zionist who
founded and nurtured (of course
great dea of Am,
fund.
.;.' ement | ,.,
. M, the j

movi
and krlffiug foi ;hc good'
: the country over and above]
, advancement Of ra:-.xulars> I
t ideology.
James G. MacDora!.:. in ha
Mission To Israel, states
that on a class basis, the Euro-
pean influence is ve 1 y stronfc
and -the views, the thought pat-
terns, the creeds, ait so strongly
i.arked by their European ances-
try that a trade union leader from
pre-war Vienna would not have
much trouble In picking up
where he left of:".
Israel is belabored by a low
rate of productivity by its em-
ployees as compared with Ameri-
can production standards. Union
leaders fought for two years a-
gainst the adoption of "Piej*"
work" instead of "time work ,
because they were afraid of too
great a "speedup". When their
..ttitude changed because they
perceived the necessity of >
' asing output, especially
product! for expor'. the issue
(Continued en Page 12)___
+Jnlsi>tk>ridli3r
ubllened tyry Friday """?
"y Th. Jewish Klorid an at IN *. .
1 >th atr.,t. Miami 1. Florida, t"-
'rd ai tccond-claaa matttr WJ
"SO, at to. Po.t Offica of Miamfc
Fla.. undar th* Act of March S. WJ
Tn Jewiah Floridian haa aotorotj
iha Jcwiah Unity and the J>*'"'
Weekly Mambar of tha Jtwian T"a
j^aphie Agency, Sevan Arta Feat.
Synccata. Worldwide Newa Serv-.
National Editorial >nociation. *m'
an Aaaodation of enp'iah-Ja*'"
Nawaoapara. Florida Fraa Attocj^Z.



In. Jewish Fl>ndln ilia
* tha Karl,'
hanellaei ttivrrx\nr4
< larantao tho Koahruth of t'"' '"
in It. "i
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,-"fit of the coun-
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dis(u?..n 7..,:;'. !'-'"nguinR ,

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8uaaciPTioN *TJ:M
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LEO MUSLIN
Newa Editor
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FRIDAY. JULY jjgj. o7
VOLUME 23 NUMBER
TAMMUZ II. 5712


FRIDAY, JULY 4. 1952
>Jewist HorMtar
PAGE 5
ludy Shapiro
Leaves For Israel
Shapiro, daughter of RaV
n,'l Mrs. David Shapiro, 1345
Veneti in Way, has been
di d a scholarship to Israel
the Zionist Youth Comn li-
on,
Miss Shapiro left by plane from
York last Saturday night
j| ,-, group of Young judaeans
, m all parts of the United
itcs. The six weeks in Israel
ill be spent in study and group
pjscussions od Jewish history,
lism and life in the modern
ish State.
While touring the new state,
major part of the time will be
fccnt in youth settlements, par-
iipating in agricultural and cul-
ral activities of the Kibbutz.
Formerly of Madison, Wiscon-
|n, where she was active in Zi-
rist and B'nai B'rith Youth
ork, Miss Shapiro became ac-
|ve in the Chaim Weitzman
'oung Judaea Organization im-
ediately upon her arrival here.
Ihe is an officer of that group
fed of the Greater Miami Coun-
|il She is also a senior student
the Miami Beach High School.

(Ardmore Hludloa)
Miss Judy Shapiro
'amora Hebrew
School Opens
Student Registration
The Zamora Jewish Center an-
>u.nces the re-organization of its
brew and Sunday schools for
|ip coming school year.
Pbnr will include an enlarged
: ulty ard the addition of in-
i classes in drama. Music,
hhietics, arts and crafts and gar-
It-ninR. A canvas of the Coral
fables area is* now being made
determine the number of Jew-
^h children in the neighborhood
them in the Za-
ra school.
Art ur Dstftch, chairman of
Education Committee, an-
t.ie appointment of
R -s a* principal of both
brew and Sunday schools.
Jn th mittee with TViitsch
\ San Kal.T.us, Sylvia Altman,
Esther Barrish and Mrs.
r rider,
,.. will commence on
f v -rung, July 7th, 8 p.
i will continue thereafter
k:i Monday and Wednesday even-
Kronenbergs Move
To Miami
The distance between Phoenix,
Arizona, and Miami, Florida, was
apparently too great for Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Kionenberg.
Outrooting themselves from a
city in which they had long been
communal and social leaders, the
Kronenbergs recently moved here
in order to be near their children,
all residents of the Greater Mi-
ami area.
"The sick and the lonely could
always find a haven in the home
of the Kronenbergs," the Phoen-
ix Jewish News wrote of them on
their departure. Apparently, they
[are sympathetic persons with
J whom the needy may always find
i solace. There are cases at the
i Arizona State Hospital that came
, in for complete rehabilitation
through their efforts.
The Phoenix community may
well feel the absence of the
| Kronenbergs. But such a record
I of social service will be Miami's
Mrs. Jacob* To
IfcVnri Pioneer*
Pione< i Club N
' cently held i tallation of
ottla tor th< ar at
1 el i >n. In-
stalling officer was Mrs. Mama
Shubow.
Ni w officers are the Mesdames
Jo ph Mintzes, honorary presi-
dent; Ida Jacobs, president; Ab-
raham Shedroff, vice president;
William Mahiiuth. tie: surer; Cel-
la Shwab, corresponding secre-
tary; Nat Ostrov, financial sec- ,
retary; and Mania Shubow, re- j
cording secretary.
Also installed were the Mes-
dames Nathan Bookspan, Mollie
Witner, D. Young, B. Smith, and
Pea-1 Gratz. Mnctzet Hapoalot
chairmen, Rose Marcus, B. Karp,
F. Atlas and Rose Aaster, child
rescue chairmen; Esther Kutler,
Celia Landy and Max Wolf man,
JNF chairmen.
The Mesdames L. Kasov and
B. Forman, membership; J.
Krautz and J. Tarr, ways and
means; Joseph Le Vine and Rose
Bernstein, dues; Ida Mayren, hos-
pitality; Joseph Mintzes, Israel
Bonds; and Mania Shubov, cul-
tural chairman.
(Ardmore Studios)
Interest in their community end its institutions wo shown recent-
ly by the presentation to Samuel Gerlner. executive director of
Mount Sinai Hospital, of a contribution from students of Temple
Beth Sholom Religious School raised through a Keren Ami Fund.
Shown above presenting a check to Gertner are M. H. Strass-
berg. education director of Beth Sholom, and students Roy Komak
and Gail E. Pollack, representatives of the student body.
Coral Gables JWV
To Meet At
Flagler-Granada
Officers and members of the
Coral Gables Post No. 243, Jew-
ish War Veterans of the United
States, no longer meet at the
Coral Gables Jewish Center, it
was announced early this week.
Recently concluded arrange-
ments call for future meetings to
be held at the Flagler-Granada
Jewish Community Center, 50
NW 51st Place, Miami. Meeting
nights will continue on the' first
and third Tuesdays of each
month at 8:15 p.m.
Nussman Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Jacob
Nussman, formerly of 2310 SW
11th Street, will take place Sun-
day, July 6th, 11 a.m., at Mt.
Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery.
Rabbi S. T. Swirsky will officate
Mr. Nussman is survived by his
wife, Minnie; two sons, Herbert
and Mitchell; three daughters.
Mrs. Irene Cohn, Mrs. Sylvia
Carle and Sondra Nussman. He
was a member of Corgregation
Beth El. Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company is in charge of
arrangements. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend.
Flagler-Granada
Pienlc Today
Members of the Flagler-Gran-
ada Jewish Community Center
will enjoy an All-Day Picnic to-
day at Matheson Hammock.
Paul Marks, athletic chairman,
arnounces that games will take
place for children and adults.
Assisting him are Ralph Lang,
Leon Bernard and Walter Stew-
art.
Daniel Heller Discusses
JWV-Blood Drive Here
In answer to a listener's ques-
tion about the work of Jewish
War Veterans here, Harold Sha-
piro, commentator on the radio
gain.
Meanwhile, they are finally
united with their children: Mr. : m pcopies problems, has
and Mrs. Monroe Rosean 2600 invited Daniel r'cal Heller. Com-
; SW 25th Street, Mr. and Mrs. mander Jewish War Veterans,
Sol Kronen. 1401 SW 64th Street. Miami Eo;u.h Post No 330, t0
Cultural Center
Presents Debate On
Price Controls
The Jewish Cultural Center
ill present a debate on the
Should The Convention
k i >pt A Permanent Program Of
And Price Controls, to-
i vrening.
T;ik;rg the affirmative stand
Ed Cohen and Sherwood
Buddy Udell and Bob Oi-
il argue the negative. Co-
>:>. Ross and Udell are Southern
1 Champions of the Uni-
sity of Miami Debating Team.
University of Florida
' ia reportedly the tenth
'-st debating student in the
'nited Str-
and Mr. and Mrs. B. Swan, 1231
Madrid Street.
The Kronenbergs are at their
new home, 3536 SW 24th Ter-
race.
discuss The Blood B.ink Project
Sponsored By The Jewish War
Veterans. People's Problem: is
heard on Sunday, 1:15 p.m., over
Station WINZ.
Bennett Unveiling
The dedication of a monu
to the memory of the late Isaac
Bennett, formerly of 2140 NW
48th Street, will take place San-
day. Julv 6th. at 10 a.:;-., at Mt
Sinai Memorial Park i
with Rabbi S. T- Swirsky of-
ficiating Mr. Bennett
, vived try his wife. Rachel: : \
sons, Charles B-. Irving, Harry.
! Edward and Remvick: f*o
daughters, Mrs. Anna E
' and Mrs. Florence Ballenzweig.
Arrangements are in charge of
.Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pnv Frip'ds and relath
asktd to attend. -
350 Lincoln Road
Suite 3C: Phone 5-5413
Entrance on Washington Ats.
OCULIST'S
I PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED
LENSES AND FRAMES
DUPLICATED
LARGE SELECTION IN
LATEST STYLES
-1
Adult Group Celebrates
July 4th On Beach
The Adult Social Group of the [
Jewish Community Center's Mi- j
ami Branch will celebrate the 4th |
of July weekend at the Clyde j
Hotel on Miami Beach.
|Mrs. Alter Resigns
Early this week Mrs. Ethel Al-
L 714 15th Street, Miami
IB-.ach. announced that she will
f-1 longer be officially connected
|v. th the Miami Beach Apartment
|A ii iation "due to unforeseen
circumstances**. Mrs. Alter has
>-<". a member of the group for
I' past ten years.
Young Adult Dance
The Young Adult League of
the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center's Miami Branch
will have a Tropical Patio Par-
ty Dance at 450 SW 16th Avenue
on Sunday evening, July 6th,
according to an announcement by
Miss Elva Weiss, president.
Kve Specialists
South Florida played host to
the largest gathering of the na-
tion's eye specialists when the
American Optometric Association
staged its 1952 convention at Mi-
ami Beach.
Dr. Otis White, Baton Rouge,
Louisiana, presided over the Con-
gress which staged its meetings
in Miami Beach Auditorium.
'#*
Amend Procedure On Organization Complaints
! I'NITED NATIONS (JTA) New procedures JfW^***?!?.
IpU.nts from non-governmental organizations against Kovernments
lother than complaints involving human rights were voted by tne
|C mmittee on Non-Goverr.mental Organization of the Economic
land Social Council. The committee's recommendations to the coun-
Icil would provide that circulation of a complaint by a non-0^i"
I mental organization would be held up for circulation with the criti-
Icized government's reply- -_________________________________
Golden Agers Meet
1 Henry Garison, president of the i
I f; 'Iden Age Friendship Club of '
'he Jewish Community Center's)
Miami Branch, announces that
'- group will hold a regular
, usinest meeting and social on,
Sunday afternoon, 2 p.m., at 450!
sW 16th Avenue.
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rjenistJkridHar
FRIDAY, JULY 4
- -
During The Week
..As
By LEO MINDLIN
I See It
CALL FOR CONVERTS: I
is David L. < PhD, "D '
:
Its
re-


esume that such an
make the argui :.-
One can detect the purpose of the book
jture has a distinctive characterise whi
oly appearar. -"g Bibles. It al>" I nds
elude numerous He quotations. This particular bit of
search embellishes its frontispiece with a Star of David BD
publisher's credit lire: Biblical Research Society.
The approach to the effort at converting Jews almost never
changes its manner. Primarily, there is the subtle attempt to em-
barrass. The appeal to exclusion as a negative factor gains popu-
lerity through peasant forms of thinking. If Christians are in the
majority, the converters argue, then it is clear that the minority
-ie-hards must be wrong. Augmenting this approach is a humor-
ous expression of pity for the Jewish "they" group which finds
little social or religious acceptance and which has been the tar- |
gel of persecution for what is felt to be an unreasonable insistence
en individuality.
But such naive argument for convene.? is only the firs! |
. highly complex operation. Aware of Judaism's intellectual i
quality, they quickly leave their emotional stand for more fertili
ground. Using the Bible as the cource of their attitudi
that Jews deny its principles by failing to accept Christianity. For
the prophecy of a Messianic coming is im-
. it in the divine itings, but particuia: to their thinking is the
belief that this touchy bit of soothsaying is already fulfilled. Thus.
thej 13. lack I ..' wi a ept a tanta 1 unt to faithli
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of The Hebrew Ad#my. install! offlcjr. of "The" Hebrew
Academy Women for lhe 1952-53 year. Pictured from left to right are the Mcsdames Irving Fir-
tel chairman of the Installation Luncheon: Samuel Cohen, outgoing president, handing her giTei
to Sidney Rubinowiti, newly elected president, Miami Beach Chapter, end living Rubinstein, newly
elected president. Hebrew Academy Women. Miami Chapter.__________________^^^
The problem foi rters is proving that th< Ch 1
u presupposed in Hebi Hire, they make
efl rt, takii lil rties with translations out I I
Pi h '- an ''. ses. David Cooper is no exception in
his 1 ns.
Like thers, Coopei relies hi vily 1 I :;ah and the highly ex-
ception. Why church foil
this tei .. myth, I shall nevei know. For one thing, it is
hardly original en .. I exciting. Other Eastern religions ap-
nstruction the tale of unnatural birth
C ina, foil ers t Tu-Lai poetized I
from the union of his mother witl
ere 1 >mpleting the Pentateuch.
More important however, the Christian stand blithely ignores
lhe Prophet's true intention. Seizing hold of his fantasy, they
rr.is-translate the key word in Isaiah's Prince of Peach passage,
applying to the Hebrew word "almah" lhe meaning of virgin
rslher lhan young woman.
Such imprope. application of the language was generally point-
ut at lea the European Deist
' ntirack- in terms
''.....ntened lence. But there is little point in arguii I
gical attitudes on su
tant is the viewing of conversion efi rl
in.
I shall rever know how. withoul embarrassment. Christians
-ind themselves capable of continuing their proselytizing An
egocentric orientation, which for some 1.700 years relentlessly
persecuted nonconformists, today still refuses to recognize thai,
-ike Judaism. is a minority world religion. 'Their insisterce on
majority is clearly unfounded.) Worse, lhe method it employs to
attract intelligent conversion prospects is little different from
theological sophistry of lhe middle ages.
The will 1 pi thai 1 Hebrew
Form New
Savings And Loan
Group On Beach
The Wa Sav-
ings 1 A iation has
receu irti r I egin sav-
cording to Arthur H Cours
.':. Bi a< h attorney.
The m '. association, it was
announced, is the first to receive |
artei on the Beach in IT
years and is the second to have
te i in th 1: tire county
: Hialean
association opened its d
V 1 mer United States Senal
Claude Pepper, alone with Cour-
ted as attorn -.king
''' :ngton approval of the ac-
tion. It I
ported 1 t Pepi expected
n< w
board.
O: :p include
G irdon, Mill in Ga -.
C- S man, Ben G
Silvers ind Mi 1
Steel:.
Apartment Group Has
Social Meeting Series
The first in a series of social
meetings ol th< Miami Beach
Apartment Association will be
ay, July 7th. 8 p.m..
Bl kstor.i Hotel, accord-
ing to Daniel M Broad, president.
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,u,, """' i"" cwre acuy. iiKe tne Christian s
"stead of one. forces Cooper to engage in as nonsensical I
'ZJ \ ?8v? T*- H* ^e mythical origin of "Elohim
r.e demonstrates by force of verbal virtuosity that the Plural God
be mon than two but less than four. d
.....
Perhaps such efforts may be excused on the ground that Tew
nselves, enjoyed, similar mystical games during "he VJfZl
period. There
Ka jallah
trinity is
bound.
was. for example, proof that the Cl ristiai
imphcrtm the second word ol Genesis, other examples
in terms
version seem
uncompromising
Tri ILVi.-i (oiim-il
Install! Ofiieera
Loretta Bernstein was installed
nt of the Tri Beta Coun-
'" (;' iti Miami Jewish Cen-
I a dinner recently held in
f S izanni Ynphe.
Othi: ::. ers include V
vice president: Beverly
Katims, recording secretary;
Ar.ita Leon, corresponding sec-
retary; Merle Jacobs, treasurer
J ni t Lazarus, auditor: Janet
Lipit/. .. mt-at arn s; and Ar-
len Drevich, chaplain.
KELVINATOR
arjr kL-11 .. 11\ 1
.i
Now I A MmaHonal new engine* ring v>
achievement! Kolvinator "Magic Cy-
cle"** telf-def rotting i simpler, f otter,
far more economical. Uiet no etec
trk h.afing elements. Nothing alt*
Ilk* It. Com* In and tee why If s best I
~rstsoi.ppu.aios.'
He might then, more happilv. havc
d himself the disillusion (,;: space
nd. He.ir.ight. ind. TOided
,,"' sav,' :" 'ho" Jews his faith had
'
refraired. He
s the single limitation to
in the

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ersoncilly Speaking
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Keilson. of Miami Beach, left last week-
kd for New York City, where they will spend the summer with
leir children.
* *
Miss Frances Lazaru3, dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. Murray
^zarus, 3120 SW 26th Street, who has been visiting friends in
jssau for the past month, is flying home July 6th. She will
en join her mother and sister, Nancy, at the Osceola Lake Inn,
sndersonville, North Carolina, for the remainder of the sum-
ler.
*
Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, North Carolina, announc-
the following vacation arrivals: Mr. and Mrs Maurice Nei-
|an, and daughter, Gwendolyn, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Diamond,
and Mrs. Ellen Davidson and family, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. I
tier and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Saul Zelman.
* *
New vacation arrivals at the Osceola Lake Inn, Henderson-
]le, North Carolina, include Mrs. Harvey Herman and daugh-
p, Bonnie, Mrs. Bernard Newmark, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Siegel.
and Mrs. Ellard Kohn, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rosenkranz and
jughter, Ellen, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Benenson, Miss Rhoda Ben-
nson, Mr. and Mrs. Al Perle and son, Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs.
imond Gross and Mr. and Mrs. Jess M Freed and daughter,
lancy._______________^________________________
Fete Segal in Farewell
Bernard Segal, former activi- dancing
ties director of the Jewish Com-
munity Center's Miami Branch,
was honored with a surprise
farewell party last Saturday
night ;.t the Vanderbilt Hotel
Cabana Club.
Among the 200 persons who
attended were members of the
staff, as well as representatives
of dubs and groups of the Cen-
ter. Joseph Neve] then presented
segal with a gift.
Entertainment was provided by
Nevel's musical parody. Folk
was led by Rose Schrin
and the folk dunce group of the
Miami Branch.
Or, the Arrangements Com-
mittee were Mr. and Mrs. Nevel,
Shirley and Betty Barnett. Pauia
Orlik, Lillian Novikoff and M.ss
Schein. ________
Rabbi Shapiro Speaks
Rabbi David Shapiro will be
guest speaker on Simon Seider.'s
Jewish Forum of the Air, Sun-
day morning, July 6th, 11 a.m.,
over radio station WFEC.
!
Miss Nancy Raskin
Raskin, Arnold
Rites Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Raskin, of
1628 NW 16th Street, announce
the marriage of their daughter,
Nancy Ellen, to Murray Irwin
Arnold on Sunday, July 6th.
The bride-elect graduated from
Miami Senior High School. Her
fiance, son of the late Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Arnold, New York,
attended Theodore Roosevelt during
High School there and the Stan-
dard School of Horology.
The wedding will he held in
the home of Rabbi Morris Skop.
spiritual leader of the Coral Gab-
les Jewish Center, with Miss
Lenore Gillman and Don Sehrag-
er acting as attendants. Follow-
ing a reception at the home of
the bride-elect's parents, the cou-
ple will leave on a wedding trip
to Birmingham, Alabama.
They will be at home at 1874
NW Flagler Terrace, upon their
return.
Mr. and Mrs. Sonnenbliek
Miss Zelkowitz Weds
Leo Sonnenbliek
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Zelkowitz,
of 1836 James Avenue, Miami
Beach, announce the recent mar-
riage of their daughter, Helene,
to Leo Sonnenbliek, of New York.
The wedding was performed
by the brother of the bride, Rab-
bi Marvin Zelkowitz, at Park-
view Manor in Few York City.
He was assisted by Rabbis Ar-
thur Weiss and Morris Schnall,
of Philadelphia, and Rabbi Jos-
eph Grossman, of Salisbury,
Maryland, all cousins of the
bride.
Mr. Sonnenbliek is co-owner of
Sonnenbliek and Braunschweig,
manufacturers of mink capes and
stoles. Following their honey-
moon trip, the newlyweds will
reside in New York City.
The wedding also marked the
35th anniversary of the parents
of the bride, who were honored
the reception.
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FRIDAY, JULY 4
lors were Hnwww ~... -.-- ------ ----- /-,... fV-
Ycrk. He's the head interpreter for the Supreme Cou.; of tM
Stele of New York who reads, writes, speaks and eci.s se%en
languages and often all. simultaneously, in these invo.vsd docu-
ments governments seem to prefer to ordinary tt.k T.-.e M";
delsohns remain three weeks ... So if you'd like to oil up some ot
your cTeaking adjectives come to think of it. the lire iorms
behind me I got a few cf my own that can use some help.
BIGGEST EXCITEMENT :n "banking rclei took 1
as the week closed, with I news of another S-
t:on on Miami Beach: and 2 offi
eral Ho.T.e Loan Bark ..-. Washing* n tc H ;.-
Savings to go right ahead and open. With their U -
Citizens Federal Savings and Loan has as president, as ycu
knew, David Stuzin. Special guests will induce the Mayers ct
the areas, dignitaries from Washington. D.C.. civic leaders. Ait
Apple's been over there shcotir.g lifetime pics of the exle::cr and
interior.
FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS:
The visiting Louis Schonfields ol Pittsburgh I sa -
p:rty at the Bombay Hotel when they're staying
Dr. Daniel Bernie who became resident a: S1 Fi j -"
Schonfield's brothers here are S. C. Schoniield. Coral Gab'.es build-
er, and I. Schonfield. of Normandy Is. with the Beck store chain.
Pittsburgh's Schor.field is with its Bureau of Engineering .
Whenever ycu spot Gainst rouj
can wager Syd Got! thi rest I I p tun
ticularly sleek thi othe: n:ght. d:r..r.; ct :: '.'. -ari
piece beig st ini ing swirled at tht ghl left s
v. th brown a: i signing .
In fact, it suddenly occurred to me I was silting across from
Karry SOUS, which prompted me to offer cordially. "I guess you
dcr.'t remember meeting me." He replied somewhat wearily I
thought, "Oh. yes, I do."
Beside Mwtl the George Goldbergs cf the South Seas Hotel.
They got into discussion with Max Paul ever what thi Sh.ir.ers
convention brought businessmen. This itimulaied the rertr.
BUlauers to mull the topic around, and before you could say "ten
cents" our entire table was engrossed :.-. that :r.le:r.:t:c.-.a! de-
jection called Tlrping. Hew much. When. Who ar.c why. Ruth
Gross the gorgeoui thing an my right sst next te Natalie Wain-
slain. Nat's preoccupied attention was shortly explained she
was leaving with Dodo tha r.ext morning for Old Crc.-.ard. in a
ccr.ver::ble. fcr sbout six weeks. We told her this is much too
long to stay away fro-l us, but it had little effect. She left .
She had. by the way. :%vc charming guests with he: Sarah
Meadow, who owns Biscayne Hospital in Miami, and Lilla
White .
t:e and ] .
The Exwia Steins were with them, and Mr. and
Mis. F.cyd D. Cerf. Sr.. who've beer, malting their home for the
past year and a half a: Sandpiper Villas. Lew described Mr. Cerf
Marcia Remes First
Bus Mitzvah At
West Miami Center
Marcia Ri '''
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it 1 W< st Miami Jew-
;.; emony the first
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rst 1 ''' n In
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Brown, Herman Marry At President
Madison: To Reside On Normandy Isle
' ..' |ding of their daugh-__________
Betl Ann, to Brwin Louis
,.,, ... ton of Mr. and Mrs.
Harrj Berman, 8315 Byron Av-
nnounced by Mr. and
v Bi iwn, 1233 10th
Xhe ceremony was held at the
: Madison Hotel >n June
29th, Rabbi Max Shapiro
officiatii g ___ _
M iid of honor was Ceil uer-
man, sisti r of the uroom. How-
ard Levin acted as best man.
. perry Allen Ber-
man brother of the groom, and
Stephen Paul Fregger, cousin of
the bride.
The fanner Miss Brown is a
f Miami Senior High
School ard attended the Univer-
sity of Miami. She is a charter
. ,,i Clara Hirseh Landau
Chapter, B'nai B'nth.
Foi m er I y of Philadelphia,
I', nnsylvania. the groom, a veter-
an of the Army Engineers, at-
tended schools there and the
University of Miami. He is cur-
rently engaged in radio and tele-
vision business on Miami Beach.1-, ,____ ix_u m
Out-of-town guests at the wed- seaward ItSnin lo
ding ceremony included Mr. and
Max Folk and family and
Mr s Hi rbst of Scranton. Penn-
sylvania, and Mr. and Mrs. J.
Naselow, Mr. .mil Mrs. L. Horo-
witz ard Mr. and Mrs I. A. Ber-
man and sun, all of Philadelphia.
A reception in the patio of the during Saturday services of th]
Presidi nt Ma lison followed the Ahavas Israel
ny. The couple left for ''
a two-week motor trip to Wash-
ington, Atlantic City and Phila-
delphia. Tl i y will be al home
!th, at 997 BiarriU
Drivi : ndy Isle.
Mrs. Erwin Berman
Be Bar Mitzvah
Edward ifshin. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Ifshin. 7134 Byratl
Avenue, Miami Btaih. will bej
Bar Mitzvah ton < n rr.ornwgj
Dade Cardiac Chapter
Fund Raising Affair
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The Bar Mitzvah
| of the Hebrew Si
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the ceremony in h:>
a .-tudeal
and is m
Nautili,!
'Tt\
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Hialeah Center Meets
A B isini -- mei ting of the
H S| Jewish
ity Centei will I < held
on Wi ing, July 16th,
..i 8 3 I ;
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Personally Speaking
Miss Marcia Cohen, daughter oi Mr. end Mrs. Joseph Co- i
1400 Pennsylvania Avenue, left for New York and Green I
sions. Adirondack*, where she will spend her vacation '
:othei will join her in New York later, and they will divide
time visiting relatives in Massachusetts and attending the
Sing in Brooklyn of Mrs. Cohen's nephew.
* *
(Mr. and Mis S. A. Goodman, of 8140 Hawthorne Avenue
returned home from Oak Ridge, Tennessee, where they
;ded the Briss of their grandson, Edward Allen, born to Mr
| Mrs. Stanley Cohen on June 12th. Mrs. Cohen is the former
Elyn Goodman.
* + *
[Mi. I. Goldberg, cf Di Lido Island, Miami Beach, is resting
\e Battle Creek Sanitarium, Battle Creek, Michiqan
* *
I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Millstone, of 152 NW 43rd Place, have
entertaining their niece. Miss Alice Friedman, St. Louis
touii. Other guests at the Millstone home this week include
Sins, Mr. and Mrs. Lscdore Librach and Mr and Mrs. Max
|cch, and brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Harry
:ch.
+ *
The birth of their daughter, Terry Jay, on June 4th, is an-
iced by Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Seitlin.
* *
J Mr. and Mrs. David Goldfine announce the birth of their
lchler, Leslie Sandra, on June 20th, at Mount Sinai Hospital
M
I Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Redlich, 129 SW 21st Avenue, cele-
led their 50th wedding anniversary last Sunday at the Lin-
Manor. With them were their children, Mr. and Mrs. Ker-
Shafner, Miami, and Mr and Mrs. Samuel Silverman, Mi-
Beach. Also present were their grandchildren, Rhoda and
|c!e Shafner and Sandra and Ira Silverman. Others included
lend Mrs. Caspar Pailot and Mr. and Mrs. Fcul Fayet.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Newman, 500 West 49th Street, Miami
[:.-., ere entertaining Mr. Newman's brother and sister-in-law,
r-.d Mrs. Chaim Newman, Havana, Cuba, and brother,
Elizabeth, New Jersey.
*
and Mrs. Arthur Hershbein, 1800 SW 24th Avenue, an-
lr.ee the birth of their son, Martin Simon, last June 13th. Pa-
pl grandparent is Mrs Gussie Hershbein. Maternal grand-
e.y.s ere Mrs. Sadie Faaan and the late Morton S. Fagan.
* *
The birth of their daughter, Rita Lynn, ct Jackson Memorial
^ci:el on June 24th, is announced by Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Maternal grandparents aie Mr. and Mrs. Leo Axlrod.
* *
Mr. end Mrs LarTy Flavm, of 3445 Pine Tree Drive, celebrat-
|heix 3Cth wedding anniversary at the University of Miami
Tcncert last Sunday night.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Seitlin, of 1819 SW 23rd Street, Miami,
.eeving lor a ten-day vacation at Mackinac. While there,
Seitlin will attend the Aetna Insurance Convention.
* *.
Private First Class Morton Kaufman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
fcph Kaufman, 1441 SW 6th Stieet, Miami, has arrived here
\c. 21-day furlough prior to leaving for Treasure Island, San
r.cisco. Private Kaufman received basic training at Paris
rr.d. South Ccrolina, and worked at the Pentagon in Wash-
Jon. D.C.
+ *
Sclomon Issenberg.of 145 SW 48th Court, Miami, is at home
bwing a surgical operation.
* *
Mr. end Mrs. Morris Marks, of 4495 SW 2nd Street, have
rr.ed home after a visit to Philadelphia, New York and At-
kic City. They will spend a month at the Saxon Motel here,
f:e their children. Mr and Mrs. Ben Clein, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
:' * *
Following surgery at Mount Sinai Hospital, Mrs. Sadie
of 521 NW 33rd Avenue, is resting at home.
+ +
-4i. end Mrs. Irving Kaplan, 3551 SW 3rd Avenue. Miami,
fkrated their 3Crd wedding anniversary last Wednesday
p with a dinner tendered in their henor at the Delano Hotel.
long those present were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Feldbaum. Mr.
P Mrs. Sol Fislmcn. Mrs. Gertrude Kaplan. Mr. and Mrs. M.
^:se and Bryna Beth Kaplan, grandchild of the anniversary
pie.
* +
rcce. have moved to their residence at 1401 SW 17th Terrace.
* *
2en Bcskin. cf 4399 SW 2nd Street, has left the city for an
Er.ded vacation.______________________
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Miss Hechler Weds
Pre-Medical Student
Miss Marilyn Rae Hechler was
wed to Maynard Table Rabin
at the Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter last Sunday evenirg. Rabbi
Morris A. Skop officiated.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Hechler. 808 Mariana Av-
enue, the bride was given in
marriage by her father in the
double ring ceremony. Attend-
ing was Miss Barbara Rabin, the
groom's sister, who acted as
maid of honor attired in two
skirts of nylon ret over pale pink
taffeta, a" tight lace ballerina-
length bodice and a pink carna-
tion nosegay with removable cor-
sage.
Ring bearer was Brian Lee
Grant, cousin of the bride.
The former Miss Hechler wore
a ballerina-length gown of chan-
tilly lace with illusion neckline
and Peter Pan color. She car-
ried a white Bible covered by a
bouquet of stephanotis which was
centerd by a white orchid.
Formerly of Springfield. Mass-
achusetts, the bride graduated
from Miami Senior High School
and was a member of Tau Alpha
Omega Sorority. The groom, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rabin, Chi-
cago, attended the University of
Illinois and is a pre-medical stud-
ent.
Following the ceremony, the
couple left for a two-week honey-
moon to Daytona Beach, Flor-
ida, and will be at home after
August 1st.
Miss Lone Arkis Weds Former Marine;
Carries Evening Bag For Something Old
In a double ring ceremony at
the Lincoln Manor on June 21st.
Miss Lona Arkis, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Arkis, own-
er of tht' Raleigh Hotel, became
the bride of Sol Brandies, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Brandies,
Brooklyn, New York. Rabbi Leon
Kronish officiated.
Best man was Harvey Arkis.
Warren Brandies acted as junior
best man, with Sandy Stieglitz,
maid of honor.
The bride wore a floor-length
strapless gown of white satin
and lace and a Queen Anne jack-
et trimmed with pleated tulle.
Her fitted bodice of imported
chartilly lace was trimmed with
seed pearls. Th Elizabethan hat
was of matching lace. She car-
ried orchids and stephanotis.
For something old. the bride
carried a pearl evening bag that
was used by her maternal great
grandmother. For something bor-
rowed, she used the handkerchief
of Mrs. Harvey Strau&s.
The former Miss Arkis is a
graduate of Tilden High School.
Brooklyn, New York. Mr. Bran-
dies giaduated from Industrial
Art High School. New York, and
attended Pratt Institute. He has
been recently discharged from
the Marine Corps.
The couple flew to Havana,
Cuba, for their honeymoon and

(ArdmoreSluJl.."
Mrs. Sol Brandies
will make their home on Miami
Beach.
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i a meeting on Wednesday evening.
JJuly 9th. 8:30 p.m., in the Center
Dining Hall.
Kaplan's Kosher Food Market
Formerly at 552 Washington Avenae. Miami Beach
NOW IN ITS NEW LOCATION
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We take this opportunity to express our appreciation to our
many customers for their pest patronage and shall continue
to serve them in our new premises with our usual fine
quality of
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UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF
RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY
Director. Greater Miami Vead'Hakashruth
FOR FREE DELIVERY SERVICE CALL 58-4148
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Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. of the
Beth Jacob Congregation, was
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Council of America at its 16th
annual convention held in Pitts-
burgh. Pennsylvania. The Rabbi
was elected to serve for a period
of three years.
The Rabbir.ical Council, whose
membership is composed of
young, traditional Rabbis of
America, heard Rabbi Meschel-
olf in a talk on Standards For
The Rabbi at its afternoon ses-
sion on Tuesday.
A former vice president of the
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FRIDAYjijiv y
Korea Veterans
Praise Jewish
Women Here
The Conferen of Jewish
Women's Organizations of Dadc
and Broward Counties recently
ived official praise (or the
work performed through its
Serve-A-Camp Committee.
In a letter addressed to Mrs.
Emanuel Karger, chairma:-.. Lieu-
tenant Colonel K. R. Schweidel,
commanding officer of the 140th
AAA stationed on the central
front in North Korea, wrote:
"When a soldier serves a fairly
long tour on the battle front, ho
sometimes gets very weary, and
his thinking becomes a little
muddled. Sometimes, he feels the
people back home don't really
know what goes on and how a
soldier feels."
Expressing further apprecia-
tion for the Committee's "kind-
ness and thoughtfulness in re-
membering us with your gifts",
Schweidel added: "The work
your organization is doing helps
the men to realize that the people
back home do know and are
thinking and wanting to help us."
Meanwhile, from Battery D of
the 40th Infantry Division. Ser-
geant Eugene Yellen wrote to
the Women's Organization, add-
ing his own appreciation. Yellin
has been overseas for the past 15
months.
"The Jewish Chaplain was
y position and gave us all
kinds of games," he said, indi-
ng it was the first time "some-
thing was given to us since I've
teen in the army." When Yellin
discovered that the sponsoring
organization was Jewish, "it
made me very proud to be a
In a separate note. Chaplain
Shevlin, writing from the front
-. stated: "Your most wel-
comed packages arrived about
two weeks ago all in excell-
ent condition. Needless to say
the comfort articles not only
bring cheer to the men in the
lines and forward positions, but
also add to a better understand-
ing between the different faiths."
The Chaplain added that he serv-
men in the forward areas.
The Conference of J- w
Women's Organizations here is
headed bv .Mis. Irvine Lei.:
Jesus Maria Sanroma To Perform In
Gershwin Concert With U-M Symphony
_ *. _j U -U nM tl\n nlint
, Krmot iat- Planning summer activity for the Young Adult Group J M^ B^chKlernwiphreS"n" S
rlefl to right) Bob Schanfald. Marvin Frankel. Hae KU.n. _________^____________
Larrv Widitch, treasurer.________________________________------------------
Engineers Hear Program
On Concrete Beams
Design Of Prestrosscd Concrete
Beams, was the subject of a
I program for the combined din-
ii.i meeting of the Miami Chap-
t, r. Florida Society of Profes-
sional Engineers, and the Pro-
fessional Engineers Association
South Last Florida held
at the Seven Seas Restaurant, ac-
ng t" an announcement by
Jules P Channing, president.
A model "f a prestressed con-
crete beam was used to dem-
principles of de-
sign, in the pro-
.' G, Stokes, rtis-
trict structural engineer of the
Portlai iation, and
L. R. R field engineer.
Pianist Jesus Maria Sanroma
will be guest soloist with the Uni-
versity of Miami Symphony Or-
chestra under the direction of
John Bitter during the second
concert of a summer pop series
>n Sundav evenins. July 6th. 8:30
p.m.. at the Miami Beach Audi-
torium.
The program will be devnt, I
\ lusively to work- I y t:
American con poser, George Ger-
order and the pitch of the piano
fell with the temperature. With
!no tuner available, the pianist
took his tools and in front of
a cheering audience adju
...
ed with his concert |
s an ma i in tell at a gla
how many sides h< I
published, title, .
of pian
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hwin. Sanroma will be heard
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In F ai Thr< e Piano Pre-
ludi.-.
Also featured will be selec-
tions from Porgy And Bess and
I hwin Favi nt< -. arranged by
Stone.
Sanroma not only plays the pi-
ano but can make the piano play.
Recently, whili i sing a far-
flung tour, the | :. was told
I certain cities would have to
i liminated from the itinerary
use of thi ::. of find-
ing good pianos end uf keeping
thorn in condition.
In many placi remind-
ed, climatic conditions were so
' bad that the instruments were
Iconstantly out of tune, piano tun-
iers non-existent and concerts
^hus impossible. But Sanroma re-
, vealed he can meet such emer-
gencies since he travels with his
'own tuning tools and that he him-
sc-lf is a skilled tuner.
Once, in Boston. Sanroma says,
the heating system went out of
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Ides Division
(ins Cleanup
Id. s Division key workers
: week at a Cleanup Lun-
and received assignments
ver outstanding pledges
luring the 1952 Combined
Ih Appeal here,
[c,airmen William D. Sing-
Aaron Kanner indicated
the division was still short
affixed goal and that cov-
i,f the pledges was essen-
|f Hime 40 overseas and 7 lo-
Igtncies dependent upon CJA
were to continue their
tipting assignments to urge
It.-.ts here for implementation
li.: pledges were Joseph Co-
Louis Fleishman, Sam A.
Uttin, Emil Gould, Ehiel Les-
gtr. Mrs. Frances Makovsky,
Mechlow, Al Sherman
[Carl Susskind.
I> rs, rot present at the
n but who indicated their
Inmess to act as cleanup vol-
:-. included Leo "Chick"
in. George Chertkof, Jos-
)jr.tov, Leon Kaplan, Jack
hick, Al Ossip, Naphtali
r,' :g, Sam Seitlin, George
ff and James Albert.
rkcrs in the Metropolitan
ined with the Trades Di-
kn to bring about complete
? of the outstanding
Igt-. it was announced later.
Xew Pamphlet is
Work Of Faith
The Reverend Ed Graham, the
Reverend Lewis N. Head and
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot, co-chair-
men of the Miami Round Table's
Committee on Religious Organ-
izations, announce the publica-
tion of a new pamphlet entitled
The American Dream, written by
Father John A. O'Brien, of the
University of Notre Dame and
Catholic co-chairman of the Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jews Commission on Relig-
ious Organizations.
The 31-page pamphlet is re-
garded as a "testament of the
author's faith in America as a
land of liberty and brotherhood."
In a foreword, former President
Herbert Hoover hails the book
for rendering "a timely service
to America at an hour when the
need for national unity is so
urgent."
To Meet Tuesday
Carl Weinkle, president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, has announced that the first
official meeting of Federation's
newly organized Executive Com-
mittee will be held on Tuesday,
Julv 8th. at 8 n.m.
r.l Forms
jw Council
he Labor-Management Corn-
It 'f the Miami Round Tab-
Inn lunces that the National
t' ence of Christians and
as formed a National La-
uncil to formulate a pro-
for adding the strength of
Ir :o the nation's fight against
Kidice and discrimination.
Council is not just anoth-
i ftterhead committee," declar-
Jacob H. Cunningham, di-
jf the Miami Round Table.
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ip of liberal-minded labor
0' o are interested in the
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Obituaries
Pop Com
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Gui is penoi i -
M an Mrs M : !
M R Wii!
Ri -.:... Stern, Hi
Binder, Mr. and Mrs. Henry J
N. Ison and son, Roger. Mr and
Mrs. Arthui Simon, Mr. and Mis
William Sus^man. Mr. ard Mrs.
Arthur Kaplan.
Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Lev. Dr.
and Mrs. David Brezin. Dr. and
Mrs. Al Kushner. Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Duntov, Judge and Mrs.
Kenneth Oka. Mr. and Mrs. Ehiel
Lesowoder. Mrs. Ger.er Olsen
and daughter. Patricia. Dr. ar.i
Mrs. Leo Zuckerrr.a-. Mr. and
Mrs. Nat Friedman. Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Friedman, Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Wein, Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Abess.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pick. Leo
Mindlin and Miss Hilary Levin,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Williams, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Goldberg. Mr.
and Mrs. George Eertman. Dr.
ard Mrs. Milton Jacobson, Louis
Malino and son. Elliot. Mr. and
Mrs. Abraham Kasow. Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Sirkin and Mr. and
Mrs. Max Meisel.


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Mrs M inu< I I: -tel i >
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Edmund Urey, III. a
and B brothe Oki I S.N beixlee.
were I i-i Kridaj al the G irdiin t '
Homi wltl R ibb Mori a
Sk.....ff mi. | Intu men! wan on
Mount Nelra Cemete.'j
MRS LIBBY A.BRAMS
JO of 1831 sw 21*1 Street, U ini
died on Ji i --ni Si ie uilv .
b] h-- daughter. M Ann dim
n' brother. Joseph ilnbei f, two
i. n Iren and o treat cr.ui I-
child. Renu *....... I < New
fork Cits i". *" '' In'eimenl
b) the Qordon F ineral Home
MRS LENA WEISS
:!. of SSW SW litli Street. M iml
lied on T i.--l.i' A rerldi I he In
the i' >: S3 yea h< rvlved b:
laushtei Mr* Ijn lie I "heater, am
two grandchlldrei Mi IVeiw i
i membei "f the M ami Hebre*
. hon| and <:... t Servla
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ada-.il 300.000 ad liti in
(tside the n gular qu< I i
[n the next three years
Pointing out that the Md
an-Walter n easure would con-
tinue "practically without
ihange" the rational ori|
mota svstem. Mr. Truman de-
clared that "the idea behind this
discriminatory poliCj was. to put
,t baldly, that Americans with
English or Irish names were tet-
ter people and better citizens
than Americans of other back-
ground. Such a concept is utterly
, unworthy of our traditions and
Our ideals. It violates the great
political doctnne of the Declara-
tion of Independence that '.ill
.:, en ated equal.' It d
the humanitarian's need in.-<-.
td beneath the Statue of Libert
proclaiming to all nations. 'Give
me your tired, youi poor, your
huddl-H n ass is yearnii g to
I breath
Tl e I' esidi i I i r attack
the kill a: pu tion
basii i ;' our belief i I
rothi in." H< in: I
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Prenidanl Commended
Pi i Jewi
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Mrs. David Aiper 'center) and Mra. Ben Libow f right) "dt^J"
of the Miami Beach Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, hold a h?
pencil distributed to members who brought five or mot*
members during the group's membership dri*e. New mm
were presented with Menorah pins at a recent tea. ht\t iV"
Alpert's home. 1715 Calais Drive. Mra. Herman Stern w c
man, looks on.______________________________
. I nl'rsl;lifting Israelis ...
background of peoples and
early environment. An
Jewry must learn that unity.
not mean similarity but that]
ity is sufficient if we all J
| for a better way of life fajl
[people of each country, with]
highest ethical and moral idi
|The right to criticize doeil
imply the right to abuse or i
the right to ignore the psp
1 desires of other free and
pendert peoples.
(Continued from Page 4)
that then aiose, and hsj not yet
i een completely solved, is what
shall b;' the norm. The manu-
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that Israel could well utilize the
i time and motion en-
gineers and technicians.
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in Israel patter:- their
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ILIGIOUS DIRECTORY
LVAS ISRAEL SYNA-
IE will hold Friday even-
ivices at 6:45 p.m. Satur-
\:ning services will be at
[, with Rabbi Isaac Ever
ting at the Bar Mitzvah of
I Ifshin. Mincha will be
p.m., followed by Maariv.
*
\h el congregation
ild Friday evening serv-
7 p.m. Saturday morning
ts are scheduled for 8:30
|A class in Theology will
5:30 p.m., followed by
la and Shalos Seudos.
*
[h JACOB CONGREGA-
services for Friday even-
II be at 6:45 p.m. Satur-
porning services are sched-
jor 8:30 a.m. Mincha will
i 45 p.m., followed by Shal-
kdos.
*
^H TFILAH CONGREGA-
will hold Friday evening
es at 7 p.m. Saturday
ng services will be at 8:30
j Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky
liscuss Ethics Of Our Fath-
5:30 p.m. Mincha will be
|.m.

IELITE CENTER will hold
evening services at 6 p.m.
Jay morning services are
liled for 8:30 a.m., with
A.iaham Sachs discussing
Weekly Portion. Shimele
will be guest Cantor.

LMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
*:11 hold Friday evening
es ;t 6:30 p.m. Saturday
ng services will be at 9
[ With Rabbi Irving Lehr-
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tion. A Bible class is scheduled
I for 5:15 p.m., followed by Min-
cha and Shalos Seudos.
?
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL
| AND CONGREGATION will hold
p.m. Saturday morning services
will be at 8:30 a.m., with Rabbi
Simon April discussing the Week-
ly Portion.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m. Guest speaker will be
Dr. James Cunningham, chair-
man of the Miami Round Table,
National Conference of Chris-
i tians and Jews. Cantor Samuel
I Kelemer will render the musical
portions of all services.
*
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
will hold regular Friday even-
ing services at 8:15 p.m. Dr. Jac-
ob H. Kaplan will officiate.

TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH- ;
SIDE CENTER will hold Satur-;
day morning services at 9 a.m., j
with Reverend George Goldberg i
officiating. Charles Winick, son |
of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Winick, will
be Bar Mitzvah at that time.

WEST MIAMI JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
services at 6:45 p.m. Saturday
morning services are scheduled
for 9 a.m., with Samuel Richman
as Cantor. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man will speak on the Weekly
Portion. Junior services are
scheduled for 11 a.m., with Selig
Goldin and Joe Fogel, Cantor and
Rabbi, respectively. Afternoon
services will be at 5:45 p.m., with
Shalos Seudos sponsored by Alex
'"ogel following.

ZAMCRA JEWISH CENTER
will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:30 p.m., with Reverend
Rudolf E. Brill officiating. The
] Sisterhood will be hosts at an
| Or.eg Shabbat following. Satur-
jday services are scheduled to be-
gin at 9 a.m. Mincha is at 5:15
p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos.
Jordan Bittet
Reeeiven LLtt
At Harvard
Jordan Bittel. of 3010 Alton
| Road. Miami Beach, has been
awarded the LLB degree in the
' June class of the Harvard Law
School.
While attending the law course
there, he was a member of the
faculty at Tufts College, where
he was a Director of Forensics,
Debate Coach and Instructor of
Public Speaking.
Bittel is a 1949 graduate of the
University of Florida, where he
was awarded a Phi Beta Kappa.
Phi Kappa Phi and Blue Key for
his high scholastic standir.g and
in which year he won the Na-
tional Championship in intercol-
legiate contests in Public Speak-
ing. Debating and Oratory.
Bittel, with his associate, Alan
F. Westin, of 1021 West 46th
Street, Miami Beach, have again
reopened 311 Lincoln Road, their
Summer Speech Institute, where
they give individual training in
public speaking to persons active
in professional and civic affairs.
LLB Degree Given
Charlotte Barkan
Miss Charlotte Joy Barkan,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abra-
ham Barkan, 330 SW 27th Road,
was graduated from the Univer-
sity of Miami Law School on
June 9th. She was awarded the
LLB degree Cum Laude.
Miss Barkan served on the Ed-
itorial Board of the Miami Law
Quarterly and also as Comment
Editor. She is a graduate of the
Universities of Chicago and
Pittsburgh.
Beth David Sisters
To Meet Wednesday
Mrs. Harry Laufer, president of
the Beth David Congregation Sis-
terhood, announces that a regu-
lar monthly Board meeting will
be held at the home of Mrs. Max
Shapiro, 498 SW 18th Road, on
Wednesday, July 9th, at 10:30
a.m. Hostesses will be Mrs. Sha-
piro and Mrs. Charles Alter.
Judge Kalish To
Head West
Miami Center
Judge Leonard J. Kalish was
installed as head of the West
Miami Jewish Center at a recent
ceremony, with Rabbi Alfred
Waxman, spiritual leader, acting
as installing officer.
A holder of other executive po-
sitions since the Center's incep-
tion, Kalish was also recently ap-
pointed to the position of Asso-
ciate Judge in the Town of West
Miami. He is a member of the
Board <>f Governors of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation,
chairman of the Federation drive
for the West Miami area, treas-
urer of the West Miami Youth
Foundation. Past Judge Advocate
of the Robert Richter Post, Am-
vets, and the West Miami Post
of the Jewish War Veterans.
In addition. Judge Kalish
served for two years as a mem-
ber of the Zoning Board of the
Town of West Miami and is legal
advisor and charter member oi
the New York University Alumni
Association of South Florida, In-
corporated.
Plans have been announced by
Judge Kalish for the completion
! of the Center building, and in
i addition it is contemplated that
,four additional classrooms will
!be added in the immediate fu-
Downtown Sisterhood
Has Moonlight Cruise
The Sisterhood of the Down-
town Synagogue will hold a
moonlight cruise on the Yacht,
Seven Seas, Sunday evening,
July 6th, 8 p.m. The boat will
j leave from Pier No. 8, City Yacht
Basin. In charge of arrangements
is Mrs. Ralph Kreiger.
Leonard Kalish
Mire. ,
The installation ceremonies al-
so witnessed the office taking of
Abe Blumin, 1st vice president:
Nate Zeigler, 2nd vice president:
Al Fogel, treasurer; Edward Hol-
ly, financial secretary; Sally
Sternstein, recording secretary:
and Bess Blumin, corresponding
secretary.
Board of Directors include: Lou
Brown, Dave Burrows, Morton
S. Silver, Sonny Weiner, Morris
Harris, Steve Simon, Ben Harris,
Morton Beigel and Morris Weiss.
Board Members at Large are
Martin Hammer, Jesse Teitler
and Betty Breslow.
Accountants Honored
Three Miami Certified Public
Accountants have been elected
members of the American Insti-
tute of Accountants. They in-
clude Stanley B. Levitch. Ber-
nard Olin and Willis C. Robin-
son, Jr.
iiablen Center
Open* \urseru.
Kindergarten
Mrs. George Chertkof, chair-
man of the Pre-School Commit-
i tee, announces that the Coral
Gables Jewish Center, under the
auspices of its Sisterhood, will
open a Nursery and Kindergar-
ten on September 8th. for child-
ren between the ages of three
and five.
School hours will be from 9
' a.m. to 12 noon, and from 12:15
j p.m. to 3:15 p.m.. daily. In charge
of registration are the Mesdames
Chertkof, Henry Green and Ed-
gar Miller.
ACE RUG CLEANERS
S.W. South River Drive Phones 9-1155 RUGS CLEANED, DYED and DEMOTHED
Carpet Laying and Repairing
furniture cleaning
MIAMI BEACH
'pops'
Second Concert Sun.. July 6th
Univ. oi Miami Summer Symphony
John Bitter, Corductor
All Gershwin Program
SANROMA
Mlmi Beach Auditorium
Air-Conditioned
Res. Table Seata 11.80
Unrea. Seata $1.00 Oc
For Raaarvatiena Call 8-0477
Above are Rabbi Aaron L. Arak I center) and Rabbi J. H. Ralbag
fright) in the Birds Eye plant in New York City, on a supervisory
inspection which included other such plants of the General Foods
Corporation. The Rabbis found that Jewish dietary requirements
are fully met by the following Birds Eye Frosted Foods: Quick -
Frosen Vegetables and Fruits. French Fried Potatoes and Con-
centrated Orange Juice ard Concentrated Lemonade. With them
is Austin Maclnnir. quality control manager of the Rochester
office. Birds Eye Division.
During the warm weajher
season, a glass Of delicious iced
tea gives wonderful refreshment.
To n.ake iced tea really hit the
spot, use Tetley Tea, which in-
surea getting the fullest measure
of enjoyment.
The reason iced tea means Tet-
ley Tea for tea drinkers is sim-
ple. Tetley is choice quality tee,
and it's truly delicious and sat-
isfying, hot "or iced. Tetley Tea
may be enjoyed at every season
of tie year ard on every occas-
ion, personally and for guests.
Yes, when friends come to call,
a glass of iced Tetley Tea is al-
vrave .plconio. Icfad tfa OIK"" h-
SHOPPING AROUND
WITH
ADVISOP ON JEWISH HOMtMAKINO
es thirst ar.d is a pleasant, delic-
: ious drink on a hot day. Guests
Iwill appreciate the thoughtful'
iness of beir.g served iced tea.
It's worthwhile nothtg that
(Tetley Tea has bei n preferred by
itea lovers everywhere for over
1150 years because of its unique
1 flavor and aroma. In addition
to all these outstanding qualities,
Tetley Tea is economical.
So, don't delay and buy Tetley
Tea. Always have Tetley Tea on
hand nd delight family and
gues's with a flavorful cup of hot
tea or a delicious glass cf iced
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Beach Professional ?
Hadassah Hears
Mrs. Anita Berg
The Miami Beach Business and
Professional Group of Hadassah
will be host to the Miami and
Miami Beach Units of Junior Ha-
dassah and the Miami Business
and Professional Group of Ha-
dassah at a tea in the home of
Mrs. Joseph L. Shawmut. 3.1b
Prairie Avenue, on Wednesday
tvening. July 9th. 8 p.m.. an-
nounced Miss Frances Lebar.
president.
Mrs. Shawmut is membership
co-ordinator of the Greater Mi-
ami Chapter of Hadassah. Miss
Marguerite Marx, program chair-
man of the Miami Beach Busi-
ness and Professional Group,
stated that Mrs. Anita Berg, of
Boston. Massachusetts, will be
guest speaker.
Mrs. Berg is a member of the
National American Affairs Com-
mitte of Hadassah and former
co-chairman of the National
Speakers' Bureau. She has held
a succession of key positions in
the Hadassah Chapter and Reg-
ion, including Chapter vice pres-
ident, chairman of the Public
Relations Committee and a mem-
ber of the Hadassah Medical Or-
ganization Committee.
Mrs. Berg, who is Mrs. Shaw-
mut's daughter, attended Boston
University and Hebrew Teach-
S School.
*#*
FRIDAY, IULV i |
"AL Hone*
(Associated Photo)
mgt.lUiion of the R i.wUh Center ^^S/tBffSSS ffi^^ff*
are the Mesdames Ben Cohen. Ruby Shear. Sam Raab and >P Freidson. Bernhrnxd
Mesdames Louis Kroll. Reuben L.v.ne. ^i*JJ? J3JTre the Mesd.mH Lou Kaaoff.
MIAMI TOP
SOIL CO.
Phone 9-2694-5
Wholesale and
Retail
Rough or Pulverized
Grade A. Soil
Bulldozing
Hourly or Contract
Phone 4-033S
LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY
EDWARD ALPER
1813 S. W. 21st Terrace
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
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HOTEL- SANITARIUM
Foe aesr. eoNVL*CEa
MOKWCUSU
mm owi.ri
It* w. 0~ courr
iami aooin*
Greeters Give
Esloe Award
Of Merit
Louis Esloe. regional director
of South Florida for the Hotel
Greeters of Ameri Tn pical
Charter No. 19 of Miami was
presented with the National
Award of Merit at a recent an-
nual banquet he'. I I Del-
ano Hotel.
Paul Gard. : I : Trop-
ical Charter N
:. .. Esl '. Con-
\ :iti in in Gi Michi-
gan, and :
Lou:.< R.:!-.^:". Nat '
Ameri .. First
program.
Esloe earned the plaq..
efforts in p: the pro-
gram and : nwide and
local can ._ them
was his 5] of an
essaj (he Dade
C< unty I ._ on See
Winro t -. age
16, : i m .1 :ks n s n High
ted aga nsl
241 contestai I I tl S25 De-
fens< Boi vacation
award.
Esl managing
tl P Hoi at Miami
... : en ap-
:' : reg rial rector
Israelite Center Has Grand Jury To
WMKSSS Probe Bombings
the PTA of the Israelite Center
will sponsor a Card ar.d Water-
I n Party at the Center on
Sunday. July 13th, 7 p.m.
Pi II go I
Hebrew School now un
struction. for thi
I Continued jrom Page 1)
al attempt at the Carver Village
N i housing development.
Other efforts which gave rise
impending inquiry involv-
ed Ui very of dvnamite
Israel G the steps of the Dade
M
:
.'
Mi : SI In
San-.
Hvart iiroup
Pick* Officers
Court House and of the
.-' nil : High School, as
Iditional anti-religious
lenci and desecration.
Three Inquiries
Spi ; in charge of the
FBI Ro ert Wall.
a k that a force
'- had been cm-
time in exhaustive
' the terrorism wave
sinci M inc ident which
further bomb-
New Quarters On Beach
Pansy's Flow ei S

t the B Hotel. 6911
lins .'-. M ich.
L'r
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MUSIC
DRAMA
LAUGHTER
"Jewish Forum
On The Air"
Station: WFEC (1220 on dial)
Sundays 11-12 A.M.
Produced and Directed by
Simon
SEIDEN
Director
by the Greeters.
ana
'
PETER
HELLER
"You Ask
We Answer"
A Program for the Entire
Community
-v.v.
Set tl n
I Hospri Di
Edwin P. Presl
H A
tion of Great
trl R.
I
llowing the arous-
an inci rued pub-
elect: Morton M. Halpen Hi alt i indicated that
itions had
' e the pos-
f Fi a violation.
will proceed on
u as reported, and
will .: gation of ter-
'1 against
Carver VII-
Negro leader of
'P It I been of-
i that J. Edgar
FBI ::re. tor. James P.
I'S Attornev Gen-
A B. Caldwell. head
I if Justice Civ-
n. have given
' on top priority.
.. vernment'a
had proceeded on
that civil right
to freedom
wen violated. Of-
' ver. were eare-
'"1 ti n that consideration
f a case by the Grand Jury
would neci uarily be follow-
: indictments,
lamed earlv this
Gbert J Balkin. director
Office. Ai.ti-Def-
league. Bnai B'rith.
''' welcome the news
Federal Grand Jury in
launch a full-scale
' n of the wave of
. ; Speedy apprehension.
and punishment of the
I these acts of vio-
^mst human
f worship and
go a long way to-
rn fisjs*s,mi,ar eft
FLOmoNA.. aissaq
In Re: ESTATE OF
PAUL ELLIOTT (ilLLE
NOTICE TO CREn'iT-i^
To All Creditors "m If? r**
Ing Claims or Dertwt u i?on,l
Batata: Ail
You. and each of \-.u ,
notified and i. J*
clalmii and .Ic-ii.hii,In whi,* H
either of >... may ),.,*, VLNt
jatat. of PAUL ELUoffS1
deceased late ,,f ,..,.. ,.IJ'11
Ida. to thr Hon w ""'!..
and rllANK I! I'.'Wnv,.
Judges of Dade Cunt), }
Mann, in his office iS
Courihoune In Hart,. <.," ^
within eight ralcnda: moi'ikl"
of. hald Plalma or .!..,in.| toil
the legal addrea* or th^ #
to be sworn to and |i. rented u
i-ai Section ISO of th.. if-ai iTobiu
Date June to, Ah i* *'
U1CN OII.I.KI. "'
Aa AdminlMnitor of
Ei-tate of
PAUL BLLIOTT QIOE
MTKRS. HEIMAN KAPUv"
Attorneys for Administrator
7/4-ll-lS-2ii
NOTICE TO CREOlToitr
IN THE COUNTY JUOCES ?
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY]
FLORIDA. IN PROiATl J
No. 2S3S4.B
In Re: E8TATK >>|
HKNJAM1N PRANK, DtcnsJ
To All Creditors ami All PfrKm.1
Ing Claims or Ivmanei
Said Estate
You, and each of >.,u, tr, _
notified and re claims and demands whkh tSM
either of you. ma\ h;i\e u.,.,
estate of BENJAMIN PRANK '
refined late of I>art,- Coantjr f'
to the Honorable County iud
1 >.,.!. ('ounty. .in.l ;. tht a
i his office In th- County Tour,
in Hade <"ounl> I- ., witbJn aoi
ralendar months from the date o(|
first publiiation hereof Said cM
or demands to rontsln the lend!
dress of the claimant and to be sj,
to and CoaoiUml .iloreMiil
"..Mir will be ban,-,]
SVItAII FRANK,
As Baacutrix the Lutl
iind Teatanv
ItKNJA.MIN PRANK,
aflLTOM A FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Ex< i il \
7 4-11 '
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOltl
NAME LAW
NOTICB IS HEKKI1Y OITBll
: the uiidersiKn,-!. tl, to en_.
I business under th- fi titioin nsi
Hi iRSESHl 'E KEST.U I1AXT. ilj
s W kth Street, U Kta.. lot]
to register said nami wlla the i
of the Circuit Court <( I^de '
Florida.
\ K TATL
STKTHF.N V KESel.ER
\tt,,rney for Ai>|>licant
::> W. Flagler St.
/Stl-J7 7/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FiCTITIOUt|
NAME LAW
NOTIO 18 HER1 UY i:IVKN 1
the iitidersiKii>- u
M
Shown right is Paul r.rA -j
STttTrf*1asi^WSiai1!:Ho,el -* -
of Merit to Louts Esloe. regional Hi,.e? fresentlg the Award
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tends t,, rciglsti IBM itt|
Clerk '( !). circuit Court o!
County, Florida
MILTON >Ai'Kt
HARRY B SMITH
Attorney for Applli
U" Lincoln R-t
,'?' 7/4-U-U
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COJ
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,]
FLORIDA IN PROBATE.
No. 28072
In Re: KMATK I'F
IRVING G KOBI.KT Tvcm**]
T.. All Creditors and v i'ersotur
Ing i "l.iliii- ,,: I Bald btata
Toe, and each of you,
notified and reuuii claims and demand- which >".!
either of >"ii maj 1,'n,"!
.,-, of IRVINC 0 KOBLD,
.1 late of Dade County,
t., th ll..n,.ml.!. C int Ju"l
Dade County, and file ihe mJ
his office in the inty Couriii
In Dade County. Florida, *',hmjl
lalendar months from the dte J
first publication hereof ^'f/T
r demands to conlsm the *P>
dress of the claimant and to l*
to and presented afore
Mine Will be liarred.
Date June 30. A D .-
MIRIAM KOBL8T.
As Bxecutlix -f ih* W
and Taatameni of
IRVINC G KtiHlBT^i
MILTON A. nUEDMAN
Attornev for teecutrlx
: 4-ll-l-tU_________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUM^
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAB* |
COUNTY !N CHANCEK'
NO. 15"35
KVKLYN WHITE, rumtlft.
JOHN D. WHITE, I'- Mid-inl
To: JOHN D W1IITK
114 C.ormlev
Rooaevelt. Long I"'-""'
Nemov PUBLICATIOJ
notified that a '"" 'f, Sl*t'
Dtvorea has been filed M'( ,,
and von are reoulre.l
of your Answer "X. bli
I r C up -lni "''..'.".'.Jvp.tl
Attorney. HKNKV N',,. F,
141 Seybold Building "JjJ
Ida, *nd file the ..rUiin.1 A" -
Pleading In the off., c >
of the Circuit ,,;; If
Ihe 1st day of Aug'.st. !;
fa I to do so, JudgnM-nC w ,_
will be taken again-' >"" rf
' .1. manded In the B'
Plaint- nl JU' il
l%ted this ind ^\tJ^H
^T',3olis"wf^r
HENRT NIIBMEN",*1 "
Attorney for I'talnll'
1041 Reynold Bullilm*
Miami. Florida
7 4-11-ll-tS


|aY. JULY 4. 1952
+Jewish Hot-Man
PAGE 15
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
,f CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
.FNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
In PI DA IN AND FOR DADe
TouNTV IN CHANCERY.
" NO. J51102
fHKOUHX, Plaintiff
' LER. Defendant.
IoTICE BY PUBLICATION
,AV'ID SHKtlLKK
,i Eastern Parkway
i.H,. New York.
' Vrk hkkehv notified
l:HI of Complaint for Divorce
n flletl against you in the
. ,,,ltled cause and you are
,.,,,iii-eil to serve a copy "f
I Ui to the Bill of Com-
,. (he Plaintiffs attorney*.
Mil. the original In the office of
u k of the Circuit Court on or
1 ,.. 30th day of July. 1952.
i ,il to do so, Judgment by de-
All! be taken against you for
, t .l.-m.tI..1.--1 In the Bill of
,,",',t Miami. Florida, thla 30th
; notice shall be published MM*
.k for four consecutive weeks
I," JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
' E B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court
Hj: JOHN WEST,
Deputy Clerk
,,T SILVER & MUDLOY
,,; for Plaintiff
graham Building
Florida.
IhF COUNTY JUDGES COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
NO. 2S074-A
STATE OK
r | JACOBSON. Deceased
f NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'redltora and All Persons Hav-
l.ilins or Demands Against
and each of you, are hereby
rd and required to present any
,i demands which you. or
\ou may have against the
f ISAHEL JACOBHON. tle-
,t,. ..: Dade County, Florida.
i, w. i- BLANTON and
iM.wi.iMi. County Judges
.. County, and file the same
nfflce in the County Court-
:.,,!,. County, Florida, within
,1 ,i ii .nibs from the date
i -i publication hereof. Said
demands to contain the
,. the claimant ana to
i. ii .i pi esented a- .if......
same will be barred. BM
.],,. p.,:!:: I'n.b.iie Ai I.
7lh. \ D lMl
HARRY JACOBSON, .....
\. Executor of tha Last Will
,i Testamenl of
-VBEL JACOBHON,
l lei eased.
ZIKERNICK, ESQ.
Executor
l: I
h, Florida
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
, _. NAME LAW
NOTICE- IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to eniagl in
v.- ',,.. AMINO BAKIlEiM!;. at N
W. 27th Avenue 4 N. W 7th Street
Miami, Kla.. Intend to rcgLie Zd
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv. Florida
WELDA IIER/.i m;
hotnerahSSnIrJbSII^00
Attorneys for Welda Heriog
and Robert Herzog
6/13-20-27 7/4
!Y
n COUNTY JUDGES COURT
|D'D COUNTV, FLORIDA
No 25606
TATE I If
... r.i.i'\ii:ns>'N. Deceased
JlCE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
|apLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
. i,. |.,\,-ii thai 1 have
final isport and petition i"'
I'l-.harge as Anclllarj Execu-
iti ol I" >RA BLl'MEN-
ed nil ihiit on tha iznd
1..,.'. will apply to tha
ll.,M. County Judges of Dade
id.i. for approval of said
if iorl and for final discharge
i) Executor .f the Estate
iRA IILPMENSQN, deceased.
i- |\th dai of June, IM1
DAVID BLUMENSOM
ri'N A FRIEDMAN
in for David Blumenson
:: t i-n
JME CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
JND FOR DADE COUNTY,
[FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 151071
\ UCROER, Plaintiff,
id! IM'RCKR. Defendant.
OTICE BY PUBLICATION
PXNDOR Rl'HGER
. Xelaon Avenue
l leksklll, New York
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
,i Bin of Complaint for invoice
hi file.I against you in the
entitled cause and you are
required to serve a copy of
er to ll- Hill ol Complaint
Plaintiff's attorneys, and file
tlnal In Die office of the Clerk
'in nit Court on or before the
Ha) of July, A.D. IM>, otherwise
Pro Cunfesso will be entered
you.
otlee shall be published once
i k for four consecutive weeks
II IK JEWISH FI.OR1DIAN.
NCI) at Miami. Florida, this 30th
f June. 1MB,
K. II. WEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By JOHN WEST,
Deputy Clerk
"T. KIL.VER MULLOY
s for Plaintiff
I'tnahani Building
'. Plorlda
[HE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
I FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 28222 B
ESTATE OK
I" MID I.IPPMAN, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
|l Creditor! and All Persons Hav-
cialma or Demands Against Said
Ite:
"id each of you, are hereby
1 and required to present any
- and demands which you. or
"f you, may have against the
, f EDWARD I.IPPMAN. de-
' late of Miami Beach, Dade
* Florida, to the Hon. County
- "f Dade County, and file the
In their office In the County
laa In Dade County, Florida.
' eight calendar months from
>te of the first publication here-
ld claims or demands to con-
lie legal address of the claimant
> be sworn to and presented as
aid, or same will be barred. See
n 120 of the.l;ts:i Probate Act.
ed June 1J. A.D. I5t.
QU88IB I.IPPMAN.
As Administratrix of the
Estate of
EDWARD LJPPMAN7
_ ,_ Deceased.
< CYPEN
fv for Administratrix
7/4-U-ll
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 24543
RE: ESTATE (>F
SIDNEY SCHWARTZ.
also known as
SIDNEY M. KCHWARTZ
NOTi!L.OF. 'ntention'to'make
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOT It E Is hereby given that I have
fled my final report and petition for
final Discharge as Administratrix of
the estate of SIDNEY SCHWARTZ,
also known as Sidney M. SCHWARTZ
deceased; and that on the Nth day
of July. 1J2. I will apply to the Hon-
orable ( ounty Judges of Dade Countv,
* lorlda, for approval of said final
report and for final discharge as Ad-
m nlstratrix of the Estate of SID-
NEY SCHWARTZ, also known as
SIDNEY M. SCHWARTZ, deceased.
Ihls 18th day of June, 1952.
/s/ MARLENE SCHWARTZ.
Marlene Schwartz. Adminis-
tratrix of the State of
SIDNEY SCHWARTZ,
also known as
SIDNEY M. SCHWARTZ.
MYERS, HEIMAN KA PLAN *' """^
Attorneys for Administratrix
6/27 7/4-11-18
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTic. HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned. deslrTng to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HAH IT'S DEPARTMENT STORE, at
f*M-M Sunset Drive. South Miami,
J-H.rl.la, Intends to register said name
. ,he ('ll'rk or the Clroult Cult
of Dade County, Florida.
I-OTHAM COMPANY,
a Florida corporation
...___ Sole Owner
l'.\I.I>)TT, SILVER & Ml.'l.l.OY
Attorney! for I.otham Company
"4 Ingraham Building
Miami, Florida
l/W-II 7/4-11
LEGAL NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that Hans
Hanson and Nils Joh.ins.-oii. a co-
partnership, d/b/a Center Rest, and
Bar. 67C1 N. W. 7th Ave., Miami, dis-
solved their partnership on the 16th
day of June. IMS, and lhat Hans
Hanson Intends to earn on said bus-
Inesi under the same name m sole
owner, and to rasdster said name with
th. Clerk of the Circuit Court of
DadS County, Florida
H.W'.' HANSON
STEPHEN K. KE88LER
Attorney for Applicant
HOC W. l--l.-i-l.-i
6/2n-:'7 : i-n
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
'HARRY'S DELICATESSEN". at
lii 11 South West 8th Street. Miami,
HloridH. intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
I.EO U 1.1 BIN
HENRY ZADAN
ShlMOUR B. LIEHMAN, Attorney
6/20-27 7/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undei ilgned, desli Ins to engage In
Iness under the fictitious nan.....f
i.\ JOYS DRIVE INN, SI I :.' N. W.
iTtii Avenue, Miami, Florida,
ret t*i said name with the clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
da.
/s. JOSEPH ROSE
- Oil.I'A Rl IKE
QKNET .v OENET
Ai lot ne) for Joseph a i lllda Rosa
>: 80-17 7 in
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 150775
SYLVIA 1IANII.OVEK,
Plaintiff
va.
HARRY I'.ANII.OVER,
I lefendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: HARRY BANII.OVEU
2H6:i WEST 24th STREET
BROOKLYN, NEW YORK
Yol' are reipilred to serve a i !>
of your Answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on Plaintiff's At-
toi ne> and to file \..ii! original Ans-
w.i in tha Offloe 6t the cierk <>f the
Circuit Court on or before the 17th
day cf July, IMS; otherwise the bill
of complaint for divorce heretofore
filed herein will be taken as confess-
ed bv you.
DATED at Miami. Florida, this
17th day of June, IH.'.J.
E. H I.KATHER.MAN.
Clerk of ths Circuit c,,urt
Dade Countv. Florida
By: JOHN WEST
Deputy Clerk
Name and Address of
plaintiff's attorney:
norman r LYONS,
110-11 Olympia llldg.
Miami. Florida
i/so-n 7/4-n
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 149530
MARY I.E ZOTTE. Plaintiff
vs.
GENE LE ZOTTE, Defendant
Residence unknown
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Gene I.e Zotte
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired U> serve a copy of your Ans-
wer or Pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's Attorney
STEPHEN F. KESSLER, 2200 West
Ftagler St., Miami. Kla., and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 11th day of
July. 1932. If you fall to do so. Judg-
ment bv default will be taken against
vou for the relief demanded In the
BUI of Complaint. .... .
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLoRIDlAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 9th day of June. A.i>
1952' E B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
.Circuit Cog Seal. hardie
Deputy Clerk.
6/13-20-27 7/4____________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS HEREBY fHVMN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the ^J1'^? "nm\v'
KAY-TEE PRODUCTS, at 1S7S N. W
im, Jtreet. Miami. Kb. intend, to
register said name with the tier"
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida. c T MeFARUAND
BERT SAOER
Attorney for Applicant
810 Bls-nyna Bldg.
71J-W-X7 7/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ABERMAN MFG. CO. (not Inc.). at
>,1 N. W. 29th St.. Miami. Ha., intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
CAROL/YN J. ABERMAN
__.____ J11JAN R. ABERMAN
OEOROB J. TAIJANOFF
Attorney for Applicants
6/13-20-27 7/4
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 190894
HARRY STEIN, Plaintiff.
JUUA STEIN, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JULIA STEIN
c/o I. Rubin
1555 Grand Concourse
Bronx, St-w York
You, Jl'l.lA STEIN, are hereby
notified thai a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney, GEoROE J. TALIANorF,
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or I ..for., the
21st day of July. INS. If you fail to
do so, Judgment ]> default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FIXIRIinAN.
DOME AND ORDERED at Miami,
I Florida, this 20th day of June, A.D.
1952.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE. JR.,
Deputy Clerk
GEORGE J. TAMANOFK
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
6/27 7/4-11-1S
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATf.
No. 28223-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
ISRAEL. R. OOODMAN,
also known as
I. R. GOODMAN, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, ana 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 ISRAEL It. GOODMAN
a/k/a I. It. GOODMAN, deceased late
of Miami Beach, Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the Hon. W. V. BDANTON.
County Judge of Dade County, and
file the same In his office in the
County Couithouse in Dade County,
?'lorlda, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the claim-
ant and to be sworn to and presented,
as aforesaid, or same will be barred.
See Section 120 of the 1933 Probata
Act.
Date June 17, A.D. 19.>2.
LILLIAN GOODMAN
As Administratrix of the
Estate of
ISRAEL. R. GOODMAN
a/k/a I. R. GOODMAN,
Deceased
irving cram
Attorney for Administratrix
6/20-27 7/4-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No. 150766
JEAN JOFFEE JEROME,
Plaintiff.
VS.
JERAL.D JEROME. Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: .IERAI.D JEROME
Auburn suite prison
Its Stale Street
Auburn, New York
You are hereby required to SerVS
a copy of your Answer to Plaintiff's
Bill of Complaint for divorce on
Plaintiffs attorneys, WEINHTE1N,
WE1N8TEIN X- WEINSTE1N, 120
Lincoln Road, Miami Reach. J-loiida,
and to file your original Answer In
the office "i the Clark the above
Court on oi before Jul) 16, 1862, oth-
erwl a a 1 ee Pro Confesso \\ 111
I..- entered against you.
Dated tlii-> 16th da] < June, 1952.
B. B. LEATHERMAN
ciei k of tin- Circuit C
. .-. il)
a 20 21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 150997
LILLIAN BLOCK, Plaintiff
vs.
LEON BI/k'K. Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: LEON BLOCK,
IM B6th Street.
Brooklyn '.>, New York.
You are required to serve a copy
of the Answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint upon the plaintiff's attorney
MORTON ROTHENBERa, 420 Lin-
coln Road. Miami Beach, Florida.
and file the original in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before July 24, 1952; otherwise, said
Bin will be taken aa confessed by
you.
Dated thla 23th day of June, a D
1952.
l: I'.. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of tl
(Sea!)
Bj R. H. RICE, JR.
Deput) Clerk,
6 27 7/4-1 -
IN COUNTY JUDGES 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 I have
filed mv final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Ancillary Admin-
istrator C.T.A. of the estate of ANNA
SHERMAN, deceased; and that ii
the 11th day of July, 1952. I will app.y
to the Honorable PRANK B. DOWt-
INQ. Countv Judge of Dade County.
Florida, for approval of said finil
report and for final discharge as An-
clllarj Administrator C.T.A. of the
Estate Of ANNA SHERMAN, deceas-
This 11th day Of June. MM.
GEORGE SHERMAN
KOVNER ft MANNHEIMER
Attorneya for
.v i iiiary Administrator C.T A.
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
7 I
i R II RICE, JR.
11. puty Clei k
7 111
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engi
business under the fictitious mime of
INTERNATIONAL STEEL A. PIPE,
at 1110 Bast 11th Avenue. Ilialeah.
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Ol Made County. Florida.
MAX W. TEMCHIN
William a. ADLER
Sol,- owners
AMos BENJAMIN
Attorney for applicants
a W-7 7/4-11
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 H. ARMSTRONG.
I 'cfendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JOHN E. ARMSTRONG
3i a Virginia street w,
Charleslou, West Virginia
You, JOHN E. ARMSTRONG, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been liled
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy Of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney, BEN ESSEN.
esij xl>:; Reynold Bldg., Miami, Flor-
ida, and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk
Of the Circuit Court on or before the
14th day of July, 1932. If you fall to
do so. Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 12th day of June, A.D.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal) _
By O. B. HARDIE.
Deputy Clerk
BEN ESSEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
R23 Seybold Bldg.
Miami. Florida
6/20-27 7/4-11 ______
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 180644
DOROTHY E. YATES, Plaintiff.
DOlfQLAH YATES. Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: DOUGLAS YATES
Hotel Reld. Columbus. Ohio
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
tiled against you. and you are re-
oulred to serve a copy of your answei
or pleading to the Bill of Complaint
on the plaintiff's attorney and file
the original answer or pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or liefore the 7th day of July. 1952.
If you fail to do so. Judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for
the relief demanded In the BUI of
' 'done" AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 6th day of June, A.D.
1,M" E B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By WM. W. STOCKING, D.C.
RICHARD K. SHEPARD.
Attorney for Plaintiff
2200 W. Flagler St., Miami, Fla.
6/lS-20-*7 7/* IJB
n
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 150611
PAULINE PALMER, Plaintiff,
\ -
E. O. SL'LLIVAN, si al
Defendants.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: E. O. BCLLILVAN and ETTA
SULLIVAN, bis wife.
].. Idence unknown
JULIA Sl'I.LU AN and
BULLIVAN, her husband, If she
be married.
R dance unknown
And also, all of the unknown
heirs, devisees, grantees, lega-
tees, assignees, llenors. creditors
or other claimants outlining tJ
or through, under or against
any of the above:
And also, all unknown parties
and claimants having or claim-
ing to have any right, title Of
Interest ill and to the following
described real property loc itea
and situate, lying and being In
the County of Dade. State of
Florida, to-wlt:
Lot 31 In Block II of HIGH-
LAND PARK, according to
the plat thereof, recorded in
Plat Book 2. Page 13. of the
Public Records of Dade
County, Florida.
YOU AND EACH OF YOI' are
hereby ordered and required to file
your appearance on or before the loth
day of July, 19.">2, In the als.ve styled
cause now pending in the Circuit
Court of the Eleventh Judicial Cir-
cuit In and foe Dude County. Florida,
In Chancery, wherein Pauline Palmer
Is plaintiff and the above named
partlea, yourselves and others, are
defendants, and In default of such
api>earonce a decree pro confesso will
be entered against you. Said cause
was Instituted for the purpose of
quieting title to the above described
property, as will more fully appear
from the bill of complaint filed In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
This order shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In the JEWISH FLORIDIAN. Miami,
Florida.
Dated, this 10th day of June. 1952.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By G. B. HARDIE
Deputy Clerk
WARREN S WEPMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
407 Blscaynn Building
Miami. Florida
6/1S-20-27 7/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMF LAW
ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl t
]
I, r the flctll sme pt
HL'DDLE BAR AND GRILL, -
(.venue, i

,,. the Court of Da
REBA ELL i
MICHAEL M. I8ENB
\ f. Applicant
I407 Bl
2 1-27 7/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
STRATOSPHERE APARTMENT HO-
TEU at 9463 Collins Avenue. Surf-
side, Florida, Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
SAMIEL Fl'CIIS
HARRIET CHI'SED
PEARL SCHECHTER
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPI^AN
Attorneys for Applicants
6/27 7/4-11-1*
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
SOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that.
::; i, rslgne I, desli i I i hgage lrl
buslneea under the fictitious came of
WEATHER-VIEW ol-' MIAMI "
2757 Coral Way, Miami. Ha., intends
to reglater said name with tbe^ clerk
of the. Circuit Court of Dade County.
Fl"! ,,lM LEON LA7.AR
JOSEPH PARDO
Attorney for Applicant
K14 Sc\ bold Bldg.
, 13-20-27 7/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bualnesa under the flctit mis name of
1\CKS- SERVICE STATION, at 1101
Blscayna Blvd/ Miami. Fla Intend to
,-,.,-isie,- said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. JApK FiBRMAN
ALEX DAVID
Partners
6/20-27 7/4-U
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that
Florida, 'intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the ('.rcult
Court of Dade County, Florida.
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The University of Miami Ring
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Honored at a tea given by the
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IIDAY. JULY 4. 1952 +Jewist) ncFkHan PAGE 7 ersoncilly Speaking Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Keilson. of Miami Beach, left last weekkd for New York City, where they will spend the summer with leir children. Miss Frances Lazaru3, dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. Murray ^zarus, 3120 SW 26th Street, who has been visiting friends in jssau for the past month, is flying home July 6th. She will en join her mother and sister, Nancy, at the Osceola Lake Inn, sndersonville, North Carolina, for the remainder of the sumler. %  Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, North Carolina, announcthe following vacation arrivals: Mr. and Mrs Maurice Nei|an, and daughter, Gwendolyn, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Diamond, and Mrs. Ellen Davidson and family, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. I tier and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Saul Zelman. New vacation arrivals at the Osceola Lake Inn, Henderson]le, North Carolina, include Mrs. Harvey Herman and daughp, Bonnie, Mrs. Bernard Newmark, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Siegel. and Mrs. Ellard Kohn, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rosenkranz and jughter, Ellen, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Benenson, Miss Rhoda Bennson, Mr. and Mrs. Al Perle and son, Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. imond Gross and Mr. and Mrs. Jess M Freed and daughter, lancy. _^__ Fete Segal in Farewell Bernard Segal, former actividancing ties director of the Jewish Community Center's Miami Branch, was honored with a surprise farewell party last Saturday night ;.t the Vanderbilt Hotel Cabana Club. Among the 200 persons who attended were members of the staff, as well as representatives of dubs and groups of the Center. Joseph Neve] then presented segal with a gift. Entertainment was provided by Nevel's musical parody. Folk was led by Rose Schrin and the folk dunce group of the Miami Branch. Or, the Arrangements Committee were Mr. and Mrs. Nevel, Shirley and Betty Barnett. Pauia Orlik, Lillian Novikoff and M.ss Schein. Rabbi Shapiro Speaks Rabbi David Shapiro will be guest speaker on Simon Seider.'s Jewish Forum of the Air, Sunday morning, July 6th, 11 a.m., over radio station WFEC. • %  Miss Nancy Raskin Raskin, Arnold Rites Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Harry Raskin, of 1628 NW 16th Street, announce the marriage of their daughter, Nancy Ellen, to Murray Irwin Arnold on Sunday, July 6th. The bride-elect graduated from Miami Senior High School. Her fiance, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Louis Arnold, New York, attended Theodore Roosevelt during High School there and the Standard School of Horology. The wedding will he held in the home of Rabbi Morris Skop. spiritual leader of the Coral Gables Jewish Center, with Miss Lenore Gillman and Don Sehrager acting as attendants. Following a reception at the home of the bride-elect's parents, the couple will leave on a wedding trip to Birmingham, Alabama. They will be at home at 1874 NW Flagler Terrace, upon their return. Mr. and Mrs. Sonnenbliek Miss Zelkowitz Weds Leo Sonnenbliek Mr. and Mrs. Sam Zelkowitz, of 1836 James Avenue, Miami Beach, announce the recent marriage of their daughter, Helene, to Leo Sonnenbliek, of New York. The wedding was performed by the brother of the bride, Rabbi Marvin Zelkowitz, at Parkview Manor in Few York City. He was assisted by Rabbis Arthur Weiss and Morris Schnall, of Philadelphia, and Rabbi Joseph Grossman, of Salisbury, Maryland, all cousins of the bride. Mr. Sonnenbliek is co-owner of Sonnenbliek and Braunschweig, manufacturers of mink capes and stoles. Following their honeymoon trip, the newlyweds will reside in New York City. The wedding also marked the 35th anniversary of the parents of the bride, who were honored the reception. GORDON FUNERAL HOMES "DEDICATED TO THE SERVICE OF THE JEWISH COMMUNITY OF GREATER MIAMI" Two Convenient Locations AIR CONDITIONED CHAPELS Miami Miami Beach 710 S.W. 12th AVE. 1333 DADE BLVD. Phone Phone 3-3431 5-7677 24-Hour Ambulance Service B. W. BENNETT, Funeral Director MORTGAGE LOANS HENRY E. WOLFF CO. 94431 (complete and jbepe/u/at/e c7Uk Semce IAMI TITLt &QktractCo. M 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE III DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE | Title Insurance Pelldes oi nn—i CiiT TUU Insurance Co. Capital, Surplus Retervu Exceed $2,000,000.00 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1892 PALMER'S MIAMI Miami's On* And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Doliveryl MONUMENT CO. Serving the Jewish CeiMMitySince1926 Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI f MAIN OFFICE JOSEPH M. UPTON. PMU.M ^ R fc ^ ^ n ^ Dade Federal Savings Accounts are Insured up to $10,000 ALLAPATTAH BRANCH by the Federal Saving's and Loan Insurance Corporation 1594 N.W. 36th Street OUR RESOURCES EXCEED 40 MILLION DOLLARS Dade Federal's Offices Will Not Be Open For Business Friday. July 4th % % % % % % %  Mi MMMI .d



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PAGE 8 FRIDAY, JULY 4 lors were Hnwww ~... -.------/-„,... fV- Ycrk. He's the head interpreter for the Supreme Cou. ; of tM Stele of New York who reads, writes, speaks and eci.s se%en languages — and often all. simultaneously, in these invo.vsd documents governments seem to prefer to ordinary tt.k T.-.e M"; delsohns remain three weeks ... So if you'd like to oil up some ot your cTeaking adjectives — come to think of it. the lire iorms behind me — I got a few cf my own that can use some help. BIGGEST EXCITEMENT :n "banking rclei took 1 as the week closed, with I news of another St:on on Miami Beach: and 2 offi eral Ho.T.e Loan Bark ..-. Washing* n tc H ;.-• Savings — to go right ahead and open. With their U -• Citizens Federal Savings and Loan has as president, as ycu knew, David Stuzin. Special guests will induce the Mayers ct the areas, dignitaries from Washington. D.C.. civic leaders. Ait Apple's been over there shcotir.g lifetime pics of the exle::cr and interior. FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS: The visiting Louis Schonfields ol Pittsburgh I sa %  p:rty at the Bombay Hotel when they're staying Dr. Daniel Bernie who became resident a: S1 Fi j • -" Schonfield's brothers here are S. C. Schoniield. Coral Gab'.es builder, and I. Schonfield. of Normandy Is. with the Beck store chain. Pittsburgh's Schor.field is with its Bureau of Engineering Whenever ycu spot Gainst rouj can wager Syd Got! thi rest I I p tun ticularly sleek thi othe: n:ght. d:r..r.; ct :: '. %  '. %  • -ari piece beig st ini ing • swirled at tht ghl left s v. th brown a: i signing In fact, it suddenly occurred to me I was silting across from Karry SOUS, which prompted me to offer cordially. "I guess you dcr.'t remember meeting me." He replied somewhat wearily I thought, "Oh. yes, I do." Beside Mwtl the George Goldbergs cf the South Seas Hotel. They got into discussion with Max Paul ever what thi Sh.ir.ers convention brought businessmen. This itimulaied the rer—tr. BUlauers to mull the topic around, and before you could say "ten cents" our entire table was engrossed :.-. that :r.le:r.:t:c.-.a! dejection called Tlrping. Hew much. When. Who ar.c why. Ruth Gross the gorgeoui thing an my right sst next te Natalie Wainslain. Nat's preoccupied attention was shortly explained — she was leaving with Dodo tha r.ext morning for Old Crc.-.ard. in a ccr.ver::ble. fcr sbout six weeks. We told her this is much too long to stay away fro-l us, but it had little effect. She left She had. by the way. :%vc charming guests with he: — Sarah Meadow, who owns Biscayne Hospital in Miami, and Lilla White t:e and ] % %  % %  The Exwia Steins were with them, and Mr. and Mis. F.cyd D. Cerf. Sr.. who've beer, malting their home for the past year and a half a: Sandpiper Villas. Lew described Mr. Cerf Marcia Remes First Bus Mitzvah At West Miami Center Marcia Ri %  % %  %  -.: :->;:. r. %  %  %  ->!'• : Wav, was Bas Mitzvah i %  it 1 W< st Miami Jew;.; emony %  • %  the first ted at I Ci %  ter, %  .,-• Th-.' I:rrst 1 %  • %  '•' n In :. •• Rabbi Altual • %  li d. : • Kin! Juni High ... ictive ; %  • .\ Group • %  %  5521 Brown, Herman Marry At President Madison: To Reside On Normandy Isle ..' | ding of their daughBetl Ann, to Brwin Louis ,.,, ... ton of Mr. and Mrs. Harrj Berman, 8315 Byron Avnnounced by Mr. and v Bi iwn, 1233 10th Xhe ceremony was held at the : • Madison Hotel >n June 29th, Rabbi Max Shapiro officiatii g ___ M iid of honor was Ceil uerman, sisti r of the uroom. Howard Levin acted as best man. perry Allen Berman brother of the groom, and Stephen Paul Fregger, cousin of the bride. The fanner Miss Brown is a f Miami Senior High School ard attended the University of Miami. She is a charter ,,i Clara Hirseh Landau Chapter, B'nai B'nth. Foi m er I y of Philadelphia, I', nnsylvania. the groom, a veteran of the Army Engineers, attended schools there and the University of Miami. He is currently engaged in radio and television business on Miami Beach. 1 %  ix_u m Out-of-town guests at the wedseaward ItSnin lo ding ceremony included Mr. and Max Folk and family and Mr s Hi rbst of Scranton. Pennsylvania, and Mr. and Mrs. J. Naselow, Mr. .mil Mrs. L. Horowitz ard Mr. and Mrs I. A. Berman and sun, all of Philadelphia. A reception in the patio of the during Saturday services of th] Presidi nt Ma lison followed the Ahavas Israel ny. The couple left for '' a two-week motor trip to Washington, Atlantic City and Philadelphia. Tl i y will be al home !th, at 997 BiarriU Drivi '• : ndy Isle. Mrs. Erwin Berman Be Bar Mitzvah Edward ifshin. son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Ifshin. 7134 Byratl Avenue, Miami Btaih. will bej Bar Mitzvah ton < n rr.ornwgj Dade Cardiac Chapter Fund Raising Affair N tioi 'i will hold %  id si • f its parties t the C %  Mrs 1 Proceeds an • • f the ( it-1 %  lit Clime. Bynagi gue at f i a.m. The Bar Mitzvah | of the Hebrew Si the 8th grade at : Junior High Si the ceremony in h:> a .-tudeal and is m Nautili,! %  T t\ I nor, wil Hialeah Center Meets A B isini -mei ting of the H S| Jewish ity Centei will I <• held on Wi ing, July 16th, ..i 8 3 I ; #* COOLERS CAROLINA'S FINEST MOUNTAIN RESORT.. Pi r —*' 1 be a Kiddush in i -ynagogJ I and a party ;,t :.-l-.in resj 1 dence. Going Formal? ifS CN THE BEAT: Harold Kayes wife • • xter.d :. %  n shop director Manny Mandef. who attained"national" significance F ON LAKE O SCEOLA With its own private lake and swimming pool, and nearby championship golf course. Lakeside Inn is tops for your summer vacation. Boating, fishing, tennis, other sports Nightly dancing, entertainment. AMERICAN PLAN Superb Cuisine I i • %  I li, l; I, Norton Segal. Manager HENDERSONVIILE, NX. > Formal Wear that la freshly craned, amart,y styled, properly tittad. Complete outfit! Including shoes. PHONE 48-2084 LINIVERSITY U MEN'S SHOP 2828 Ponce Do Leon Boulevard Coral Gaklet OPENING TODAY — JULY 4y," Mendelsohn's, Inv. The former Joyce Kasser smiles happily a he conclusion of t..e Orlr.odcx Hebrew ceremony which united her in marriage on Surday. June 22nd. to Mr. Murrey Shapiro. Scens of tr.e weddinq was the Shelborr.e Hotel. Miami Beach, where a •upper and reception followed. Racbis Shmaryahu T. Swirsky 13 d |?,n UeI Cro, >wita officUteFohowing the ceremony. %  he coupJe l e f, for 0 d / honeymoon in Nass=u. They Stree b ""^ at "' SW 10lh % urdtnes tu J-*./.. -^.t^vc/ i in* home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS Miami Miami Beach Ft. Lauderdal. West Palm Beach : ~ Morris Brothers has 3iq News for Allergy Suffers-; Heavy Vinyl Plastic Mattress Cove-s Tw,r S:i 3 Zip wra W ^rt — Full =; % %  .• l 9 S2 69 Plastic Pillow Cases Zip-covered Fccrn Latex PUlowa ^SB*' Morris Brothers Ho 9:30 lo 5.-3D daUy • ; \'TAINS OSCEOLA LAKE JY.Y • -AKE GSCE.QLA "OERSONVILLE. N. c T OE RUBIN •nag., NOW OPEN 'I iSS. # Sfe L .H 0 > W^ W !" BATH ~:c V K 4TE BE *CH AND 2 7 STORY FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTED WAREHOUSES AVAILABLE ALSO SILVER & RUG VAULTS AND PRIVATE ROOMS LOCAL HAULING fc PACKING WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM TEPJSEF OR VICINITY ... ALSO 1HE MIDDLEWEST AND CAUFORNIA aiSHf" V ^ LINES,,, r!**"' 1 OLDEST FURNITURE MOVEBS



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FRIDAY, JULY 4. 1952 >Jewist HorMtar PAGE 5 ludy Shapiro Leaves For Israel Shapiro, daughter of RaV n,'l Mrs. David Shapiro, 1345 Veneti in Way, has been di d a scholarship to Israel the Zionist Youth Comn lion, Miss Shapiro left by plane from York last Saturday night j| ,-, group of Young judaeans m all parts of the United itcs. The six weeks in Israel ill be spent in study and group pjscussions OD Jewish history, lism and life in the modern ish State. While touring the new state, major part of the time will be fccnt in youth settlements, pariipating in agricultural and culral activities of the Kibbutz. Formerly of Madison, Wiscon|n, where she was active in Zirist and B'nai B'rith Youth ork, Miss Shapiro became ac|ve in the Chaim Weitzman 'oung Judaea Organization imediately upon her arrival here. Ihe is an officer of that group fed of the Greater Miami Coun|il She is also a senior student the Miami Beach High School. (Ardmore Hludloa) Miss Judy Shapiro 'amora Hebrew School Opens Student Registration The Zamora Jewish Center an>u.nces the re-organization of its brew and Sunday schools for |IP coming school year. Pbnr will include an enlarged : ulty ard the addition of in%  i classes in drama. Music, hhietics, arts and crafts and garIt-ninR. A canvas of the Coral fables area is* now being made determine the number of Jew^h children in the neighborhood them in the Zara school. Art ur Dstftch, chairman of Education Committee, ant.ie appointment of R s a* principal of both brew and Sunday schools. Jn th mittee with TViitsch \ San Kal.T.us, Sylvia Altman, Esther Barrish and Mrs. r rider, %  ,.. will commence on f v -rung, July 7th, 8 p. i will continue thereafter k:i Monday and Wednesday evenKronenbergs Move To Miami The distance between Phoenix, Arizona, and Miami, Florida, was apparently too great for Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Kionenberg. Outrooting themselves from a city in which they had long been communal and social leaders, the Kronenbergs recently moved here in order to be near their children, all residents of the Greater Miami area. "The sick and the lonely could always find a haven in the home of the Kronenbergs," the Phoenix Jewish News wrote of them on their departure. Apparently, they [are sympathetic persons with J whom the needy may always find i solace. There are cases at the i Arizona State Hospital that came in for complete rehabilitation through their efforts. The Phoenix community may well feel the absence of the | Kronenbergs. But such a record I of social service will be Miami's Mrs. Jacob* To IfcVnri Pioneer* Pione< i '•• Club N cently held i tallation of ottla tor th< ar at 1 el i >n. Installing officer was Mrs. Mama Shubow. Ni w officers are the Mesdames Jo ph Mintzes, honorary president; Ida Jacobs, president; Abraham Shedroff, vice president; William Mahiiuth. tie: surer; Cella Shwab, corresponding secretary; Nat Ostrov, financial sec, retary; and Mania Shubow, rej cording secretary. Also installed were the Mesdames Nathan Bookspan, Mollie Witner, D. Young, B. Smith, and Pea-1 Gratz. Mnctzet Hapoalot chairmen, Rose Marcus, B. Karp, F. Atlas and Rose Aaster, child rescue chairmen; Esther Kutler, Celia Landy and Max Wolf man, JNF chairmen. The Mesdames L. Kasov and B. Forman, membership; J. Krautz and J. Tarr, ways and means; Joseph Le Vine and Rose Bernstein, dues; Ida Mayren, hospitality; Joseph Mintzes, Israel Bonds; and Mania Shubov, cultural chairman. (Ardmore Studios) Interest in their community end its institutions wo shown recently by the presentation to Samuel Gerlner. executive director of Mount Sinai Hospital, of a contribution from students of Temple Beth Sholom Religious School raised through a Keren Ami Fund. Shown above presenting a check to Gertner are M. H. Strassberg. education director of Beth Sholom, and students Roy Komak and Gail E. Pollack, representatives of the student body. Coral Gables JWV To Meet At Flagler-Granada Officers and members of the Coral Gables Post No. 243, Jewish War Veterans of the United States, no longer meet at the Coral Gables Jewish Center, it was announced early this week. Recently concluded arrangements call for future meetings to be held at the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center, 50 NW 51st Place, Miami. Meeting nights will continue on the' first and third Tuesdays of each month at 8:15 p.m. Nussman Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Jacob Nussman, formerly of 2310 SW 11th Street, will take place Sunday, July 6th, 11 a.m., at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery. Rabbi S. T. Swirsky will officate Mr. Nussman is survived by his wife, Minnie; two sons, Herbert and Mitchell; three daughters. Mrs. Irene Cohn, Mrs. Sylvia Carle and Sondra Nussman. He was a member of Corgregation Beth El. Palmer's Miami Monument Company is in charge of arrangements. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Flagler-Granada Pienlc Today Members of the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center will enjoy an All-Day Picnic today at Matheson Hammock. Paul Marks, athletic chairman, arnounces that games will take place for children and adults. Assisting him are Ralph Lang, Leon Bernard and Walter Stewart. Daniel Heller Discusses JWV-Blood Drive Here In answer to a listener's question about the work of Jewish War Veterans here, Harold Shapiro, commentator on the radio gain. Meanwhile, they are finally united with their children: Mr. : m p cop i es problems, has and Mrs. Monroe Rosean 2600 invite d Daniel r'cal Heller. Com; SW 25th Street, Mr. and Mrs. mander Jewish War Veterans, Sol Kronen. 1401 SW 64th Street. Miami Eo;u h Post No 330 t0 Cultural Center Presents Debate On Price Controls The Jewish Cultural Center ill present a debate on the Should The Convention k i >pt A Permanent Program Of And Price Controls, toi • vrening. T;ik;rg the affirmative stand Ed Cohen and Sherwood Buddy Udell and Bob Oiil argue the negative. Co•>•:>. Ross and Udell are Southern 1 Champions of the Uni%  sity of Miami Debating Team. University of Florida ia reportedly the tenth '%  s t debating student in the 'nited Strand Mr. and Mrs. B. Swan, 1231 Madrid Street. The Kronenbergs are at their new home, 3536 SW 24th Terrace. discuss The Blood B.ink Project Sponsored By The Jewish War Veterans. People's Problem: is heard on Sunday, 1:15 p.m., over Station WINZ. Bennett Unveiling The dedication of a monu to the memory of the late Isaac Bennett, formerly of 2140 NW 48th Street, will take place Sanday. Julv 6th. at 10 a.:;-., at Mt Sinai Memorial Park i with Rabbi S. TSwirsky officiating Mr. Bennett vived try his wife. Rachel: : \ • %  s ons, Charles B-. Irving, Harry. Edward and Remvick: f*o daughters, Mrs. Anna E and Mrs. Florence Ballenzweig. Arrangements are in charge of .Palmer's Miami Monument Compnv Frip'ds and relath asktd to attend. 350 Lincoln Road Suite 3C: — Phone 5-5413 Entrance on Washington ATS. OCULIST'S I PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES -1 Adult Group Celebrates July 4th On Beach The Adult Social Group of the [ Jewish Community Center's Mij ami Branch will celebrate the 4th | of July weekend at the Clyde j Hotel on Miami Beach. |Mrs. Alter Resigns Early this week Mrs. Ethel AlL % %  714 15th Street, Miami IB-.ach. announced that she will f-1 longer be officially connected |v. th the Miami Beach Apartment |A ii iation "due to unforeseen circumstances**. Mrs. Alter has %  >-•< %  ". a member of the group for I' past ten years. Young Adult Dance The Young Adult League of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center's Miami Branch will have a Tropical Patio Party Dance at 450 SW 16th Avenue on Sunday evening, July 6th, according to an announcement by Miss Elva Weiss, president. Kve Specialists South Florida played host to the largest gathering of the nation's eye specialists when the American Optometric Association staged its 1952 convention at Miami Beach. Dr. Otis White, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, presided over the Congress which staged its meetings in Miami Beach Auditorium. '#* %  Amend Procedure On Organization Complaints I'NITED NATIONS (JTA) — New procedures JfW^***?!?. IpU.nts from non-governmental organizations against Kovernments lother than complaints involving human rights were voted by tne |C mmittee on Non-Goverr.mental Organization of the Economic land Social Council. The committee's recommendations to the counIcil would provide that circulation of a complaint by a n on 0 ^i !" I mental organization would be held up for circulation with the critiIcized government's replyGolden Agers Meet 1 Henry Garison, president of the i I f ; 'Iden Age Friendship Club of 'he Jewish Community Center's) Miami Branch, announces that % %  •%  group will hold a regular usinest meeting and social on, Sunday afternoon, 2 p.m., at 450! sW 16th Avenue. loo or Phono Mo NAT GANS 34616 — 4-W81 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Ll !"•• Co. tor Blocayna BldoIt W. Flagitr St. V &f /Creamy Smoothness all its own! &f /Far Richer Flavor! y targejr Cyrd! REFRIGERATORS & CABINETS REFINISHED LIKE NEW u ias.Airf f fnarration *• Price, oi CaOin.U. Hottl Furnitu. • M' cl : 'V SATISFIED OH PAY NOTHING: PHONE S2-3176 inytime CALIFORNIA STYLE CREAMED COTTAGE CHEESE Bettor Because It's Breakstones! Miami Office 153 X.E. 29th Si.. Phone 82-4731



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PAGE 10 +Jmist/krjtfta€FRIDAYJ IJIV y Korea Veterans Praise Jewish Women Here The Conferen of Jewish Women's Organizations of Dadc and Broward Counties recently ived official praise (or the work performed through its Serve-A-Camp Committee. In a letter addressed to Mrs. Emanuel Karger, chairma:-.. Lieutenant Colonel K. R. Schweidel, commanding officer of the 140th AAA stationed on the central front in North Korea, wrote: "When a soldier serves a fairly long tour on the battle front, ho sometimes gets very weary, and his thinking becomes a little muddled. Sometimes, he feels the people back home don't really know what goes on and how a soldier feels." Expressing further appreciation for the Committee's "kindness and thoughtfulness in remembering us with your gifts", Schweidel added: "The work your organization is doing helps the men to realize that the people back home do know and are thinking and wanting to help us." Meanwhile, from Battery D of the 40th Infantry Division. Sergeant Eugene Yellen wrote to the Women's Organization, adding his own appreciation. Yellin has been overseas for the past 15 months. "The Jewish Chaplain was y position and gave us all kinds of games," he said, inding it was the first time "something was given to us since I've teen in the army." When Yellin discovered that the sponsoring organization was Jewish, "it made me very proud to be a In a separate note. Chaplain Shevlin, writing from the front -. stated: "Your most welcomed packages arrived about two weeks ago — all in excellent condition. Needless to say the comfort articles not only bring cheer to the men in the lines and forward positions, but also add to a better understanding between the different faiths." The Chaplain added that he servn Sundav evenins. July 6th. 8:30 p.m.. at the Miami Beach Auditorium. The program will be devnt, I \ lusively to workI y t: • American con poser, George Gerorder and the pitch of the piano fell with the temperature. With no tuner available, the pianist took his tools and — in front of a cheering audience — adju ... ed with his concert | s an ma i in tell at a gla how many sides h< I published, title, %  of pian muni • ind selling price If he is invited to :>i rform ad .... in. i 1942 and that the nee took ju>t 14 minuti an i 35 Let WORRY About Your FOOD A Complete Cater.ng StrtfJ Beautiful Hors D'oeurrts Mod* to Order Rental of CHINA SILVERWAB LINENS Entertainment and all other details arranged for your formal and informal aifain PHONE 3-5463 NIOHT8. SUNDAYS HOLIDAY! JACK & JILL CATERERS M N.W. 7th St. Oft Nti.miAw, q£l lOGUST BROS. Ay, /> tt>< htST' DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELF RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 37 N. E. 5th Street Phone 9-8401 AL MEIDENBERC, Owner '{nmiipn UfcMpr nri Rabbi Joseph £. Rackovsky 945 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5 3595 Jesus Maria Sanroma hwin. Sanroma will be heard jin The Rhapsodic In Blue. Con• In F ai Thr< e Piano Preludi.-. Also featured will be selections from Porgy And Bess and I hwin Favi nt< -. arranged by Stone. Sanroma not only plays the piano but can make the piano play. Recently, whili i sing a farflung tour, the | :. • was told I certain cities would have to i liminated from the itinerary use of thi • ::. of finding good pianos end uf keeping thorn in condition. In many placi reminded, climatic conditions were so bad that the instruments were Iconstantly out of tune, piano tuniers non-existent and concerts ^hus impossible. But Sanroma re%  vealed he can meet such emergencies since he travels with his 'own tuning tools and that he himsc-lf is a skilled tuner. Once, in Boston. Sanroma says, the heating system went out of MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M Machtel Director 5505 N. W. 3rd St Phone 87-8201 fil A^ F0H EVERY ULAJJ PURPOSE STORE FRONT PLATE and W1HDOW GLASS rurnltur. Top., Beveled Mirror, and RasUvering Our Specialty ne?w^th G sl aM and 1UfM ffi*" UORMS ORLIN mEEfeSS &f MIAMI rowillSMM HOME Socializing in Care to the Eldarly and Chranically'ni • 24 Hour Nursing Service • Special Diets Strictly Observed LEO ALU*. *„,.:, **"*• "* "ffSTiPS. LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN HOTEL Observation Tower View Into 9 States COOL, 8CENMC MM Vl>/ I K PARADISE ABOVE THE CLOUDS cnThl 5 tt T? ,el -" —* —i-n* $* A.00 10 INCLUDING ALL MEALS par person double WWWaiBWBM BOOWT ...„ ^SEBVATOHS SUGGEST* LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN H0TE 6 MILK ABOVE CHATTANOOGA TENNESSEE



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+j(ime 1 realization that Israeli! d not • rstand A icai and •• versa. T--< %  differences can be round :.-. many phaseof our n spective ways of life gh b th countries art end consider themselves democracies. brae] has -%  ...th ugh %  ...:•-• :.• = :• t • Dr. Lf. Kolui bad drafted 1 stitutior. shortly after the ation of the Stati Many leading Israelis including .* %  :..-. stei E ; r Gurion, felt that the nstituti %  an as 1 %  %  gidity in tl '.h:.: e part of tl ttem E %  • I EngJ 1 %  In .'. %  • 1 E %  • 1 la En| nt : Pal • • %  • %  -:.'ience ;"• thei idges, and so tl State has made no cha-. I • Sure, tt has trial eated und ial system. While Israel i.= not a tfceo and there is enure.-. ar,j -t • • • %  niztd Rab'cinic courts. Marriage and divorce are exclusively witnln the jurisdiction of these reliaious bodies. Up until n-.',ntns ago. all matters of irhentance were theirs exclusively but recently the Knesset adopted a bill granting won, ;n equal .-. • : .-..-.'-.i :: r %  • hi -*="•men: an: ks *e must apt • Israel is based upo: :. : mlture c-c that -. a has ilturally %  .-•. little t .". ft .not difficult • a ertair ---->pean culture tad Eui % %  I thinku : nd 1 ring ire pre minant :• / %  -.• •-_ approximately 24O.00C %  Israe:. ..-; ;• :.-.-. European rountnes— from the "' it -• •• •: Amer.ca Of th. 1 n of Israel e from -%  • t al that one out oi n Israel • • %  • W • %  • re re: • • • red A It 1 %  %  %  %  %  Fun • ..-. 1 re %  • • %  V a a large • • ; -t. m. ment. Again, without d ar into the field of e phasi Ihe : : uni • : re an intrinsic • : •th 5} •• %  A *'ord. t -wit uni n fferent conno%  '%  esented in the -'•• : 51 • nd thu r.t-.v Stati in the Neai East. lr. Israi I. practi illy evt ryoa • %  • %  thi proletari it and : whetl ;' pro or anti-soc %  ••'"' tobeadev -, %  •.'•' % %  I class warfan 11 • fuU fa I implical [lpft. -' AF1 '..• %  %  %  %  %  %  me fit • : tenir.ent has ti %  • %  • %  loned t %  %  %  ci rd between labor an I i menl part : • l iropean unmn> | lance 01 irir.g 1 litical .e" n!l %  : of the eve that capm and 1. enemies" 0 leach other. The Histadrut followed thu lin. and even prior I Israel. uUlized its p-:tv, Hapat, to control the World IZionist movement, and still does so altttough there is a split in its own rail k.-, and it now has Mapai und Mapam. F t*£j2? *f Ubor Zionist who founded and nurtured (of course • great dea of Am, • • • fund. .;•.' ement | ,., M, the j %  movi • and %  krlffiug foi ;hc good' : the country over and above] advancement Of ra: .xulars> I •t ideology. James G. MacDora!.:. in ha Mission To Israel, states that on a class basis, the European influence is ve 1 y stronfc and -the views, the thought pat• terns, the creeds, ait so strongly i.arked by their European ancestry that a trade union leader from pre-war Vienna would not have much trouble In picking up where he left of:". Israel is belabored by a low rate of productivity by its employees as compared with American production standards. Union leaders fought for two years against the adoption of "P ie j*" work" instead of "time work because they were afraid of too great a "speedup". When their ..ttitude changed because they perceived the necessity of %  > asing output, especially product! for expor'. the issue (Continued en Page 12) +J€nlsi>tk>ridli3r •ubllened tyry Friday %  ""•"? "y Th. Jewish Klorid an at IN *. 1 >th atr.,t. Miami 1. Florida, t"'rd ai tccond-claaa matttr WJ "SO, at to. Po.t Offica of Miamfc Fla.. undar th* Act of March S. WJ Tn Jewiah Floridian haa aotorotj iha Jcwiah Unity and the J> *'"' Weekly Mambar of tha Jtwian T"a j^aphie Agency, Sevan Arta Feat. !" Synccata. Worldwide Newa Serv %  -•. National Editorial >nociation. m • an Aaaodation of enp'iah-Ja*'" Nawaoapara. Florida Fraa Attocj^Z. %  In. Jewish Fl>ndln ilia tha Karl,' hanellaei ttivrrx\nr4 < larantao tho Koahruth of t'"' '" in It. "i nEEffSL S ,-"fit of th e coun''•'"1'trs and % %  ,n S rn^lS "owever, dis ( u ? .. n 7..,:;'. '-'"nguinR %  % %  %  Aortei • e h h J f!he '8uaaciPTioN T£ J: M Ona Vaar £ Two V.ara FRED E. SKCCKET Mltor and PubiaHer LEO MUSLIN Newa Editor OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Tele phones 2-1141-2gl2_ FRIDAY. JULY jjgj. o 7 VOLUME 23 NUMBER TAMMUZ II. 5 712



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JAY. JULY 4. 1952 +Jewlsti Fhridtian PAGE 11 Ides Division (ins Cleanup Id. s Division key workers : week at a Cleanup Lunand received assignments ver outstanding pledges luring the 1952 Combined Ih Appeal here, [c,airmen William D. SingAaron Kanner indicated the division was still short affixed goal and that covi,f the pledges was essen|f Hime 40 overseas and 7 loIgtncies dependent upon CJA were to continue their •tipting assignments to urge It.-.ts here for implementation li.: pledges were Joseph CoLouis Fleishman, Sam A. Uttin, Emil Gould, Ehiel Lesgtr. Mrs. Frances Makovsky, Mechlow, Al Sherman [Carl Susskind. I> rs, rot present at the %  n but who indicated their Inmess to act as cleanup vol:-. included Leo "Chick" in. George Chertkof, Jos)jr.tov, Leon Kaplan, Jack hick, Al Ossip, Naphtali r,' :g, Sam Seitlin, George •ff and James Albert. rkcrs in the Metropolitan %  ined with the Trades Dikn to bring about complete % of the outstanding Igt-. it was announced later. Xew Pamphlet is Work Of Faith The Reverend Ed Graham, the Reverend Lewis N. Head and Rabbi Joseph R. Narot, co-chairmen of the Miami Round Table's Committee on Religious Organizations, announce the publication of a new pamphlet entitled The American Dream, written by Father John A. O'Brien, of the University of Notre Dame and Catholic co-chairman of the National Conference of Christians and Jews Commission on Religious Organizations. The 31-page pamphlet is regarded as a "testament of the author's faith in America as a land of liberty and brotherhood." In a foreword, former President Herbert Hoover hails the book for rendering "a timely service to America at an hour when the need for national unity is so urgent." To Meet Tuesday Carl Weinkle, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, has announced that the first official meeting of Federation's newly organized Executive Committee will be held on Tuesday, Julv 8th. at 8 n.m. r.l Forms jw Council he Labor-Management CornIt %  'f the Miami Round TabInn lunces that the National t' ence of Christians and %  as formed a National Launcil to formulate a profor adding the strength of Ir :o the nation's fight against Kidice and discrimination. Council is not just anothi ftterhead committee," declarJacob H. Cunningham, dijf the Miami Round Table. visualized as an active ip of liberal-minded labor 0' o are interested in the |nom.EMS See this New, De luxe Automatic G-E Range At Wolpert igi" 1 '"*y &<*$s **fc~ fy* 1 '% —e. • %  %  .: / \y t m A %  V %  j*£55*^-^ %  : %  in .'.. %  %  / %  — Actually three ovens In one! Master Oven holds 30Ib turkey—Super Broiler— and Speed Oven for oneshelf cooking! AUTOMATIC OVEN TIMER —Turns your oven ON and OFF! Put your complete meal in the oven—set it for dinnertime—and go to the movies! HI-SPEED CALROD" UNITS —Five exact cooking speeds! One Extra-Hi-Speed Calrod Utility unit for extra-fast cooking starts! STRATOUNER RANGE ,— The No-Stain Oven Vent that means a clean kitchen—Big Storage Drawers—Double Appliance Outlets (one automatically timed)—Extrs-Hi-Speed Calrod Unit—Electric Minute Timer—and every other feature you could possibly want for easy, fast, better electric cooking! SEE THIS DREAM RAHQE TODAY! Authorized dealer GENERAL^ ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS Ml 5 t H'UM H OMILY 1200 CORAL WAY mmtute Corneanu



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PAGE 12 .• %  ;, V ,T,Hi.IK • \ > IIV 11V. I. Obituaries Pop Com i %  .:. an : % %  %  Gui is • • penoi i • %  M an %  Mrs M : • M R Wii! Ri -.:... Stern, Hi Binder, Mr. and Mrs. Henry J N. Ison and son, Roger. Mr and Mrs. Arthui Simon, Mr. and Mis William Sus^man. Mr. ard Mrs. Arthur Kaplan. Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Lev. Dr. and Mrs. David Brezin. Dr. and Mrs. Al Kushner. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Duntov, Judge and Mrs. Kenneth Oka. Mr. and Mrs. Ehiel Lesowoder. Mrs. Ger.er Olsen and daughter. Patricia. Dr. ar.i Mrs. Leo Zuckerrr.a-. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Friedman. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Friedman, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wein, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Abess. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pick. Leo Mindlin and Miss Hilary Levin, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldberg. Mr. and Mrs. George Eertman. Dr. ard Mrs. Milton Jacobson, Louis Malino and son. Elliot. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Kasow. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin and Mr. and Mrs. Max Meisel. 1 : %  • .. : %  %  %  ilia ml. I • Mm ....... s %  < % %  M an an I ... r Ha sue l irvlved b hei par. i t, Mr and Mrs M inu< I I: -tel i >• %  %  |i ibai R I !' %  I-!" '"" Edmund Urey, III. a and B brothe OKI I S.N beixlee. were I I-I Kridaj al the G irdiin t %  •' Homi wltl R ibb Mori a Sk ff MI. | Intu men! wan on Mount Nelra Cemete.'j MRS LIBBY A.BRAMS JO of 1831 sw 21*1 Street, U ini died on Ji i -• --ni Si •• ie uilv b] h-• daughter. M Ann dim n' brother. Joseph %  ilnbei f, two i. n Iren and o •• treat cr.ui Ichild. Renu • I < %  • New fork Cits i". %  *" •' %  In'eimenl b) the Qordon F ineral Home MRS LENA WEISS %  :!•. of SSW SW litli Street. M iml lied on T i.--l.i' A rerldi I he •• In the i' %  >: S3 yea h< • rvlved b: laushtei Mr* Ijn lie I "heater, am two grandchlldrei Mi IVeiw i i membei "f the M ami Hebre* •. hon| and < % % %  :... t %  Servla n.. .. on u—in-i. t the (Snrdoi i' ii -. al Home, Ith I tei mi m oi Mount Sin.,! i'en + ki&t thridta*_ McCarran-Waller i laton %  • • i • al %  % %  intries H a I i: '•' • : m ; %  ... latioi %  • n "•' on ended thn : • ada-.il 300.000 ad liti in (tside the n gular qu< I i [n the next three years Pointing out that the Md an-Walter n easure would continue "practically without ihange" the rational ori| mota svstem. Mr. Truman declared that "the idea behind this discriminatory poliCj was. to put ,t baldly, that Americans with English or Irish names were tetter people and better citizens than Americans of other background. Such a concept is utterly unworthy of our traditions and Our ideals. It violates the great political doctnne of the Declaration of Independence that '.ill .:, en ated equal.' It d the humanitarian's need in.-< %  -. td beneath the Statue of Libert proclaiming to all nations. 'Give me your tired, youi poor, your huddl-H n ass is yearnii g to I breath Tl e I' esidi i I i r attack the kill a: pu tion basii i ;' our belief i I rothi in." H< in: I •' %  vould subsl : : lemocra! Prenidanl Commended Pi I Jewi o| thi ihal • i • i • • Iradil .'. In a ti m to Ji • .' | | f fDA^iijrvJ %  :f h Mfmi Mrs. David Aiper 'center) and Mra. Ben Libow f right) "DT^J" of the Miami Beach Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, hold a H? pencil distributed to members who brought five or mot* members during the group's membership dri*e. New mm were presented with Menorah pins at a recent tea. ht\t iV" Alpert's home. 1715 Calais Drive. Mra. Herman Stern w c man, looks on. I nl'rsl;lifting Israelis ... background of peoples and early environment. An Jewry must learn that unity. not mean similarity but that] ity is sufficient if we all J | for a better way of life fajl [people of each country, with] highest ethical and moral idi |The right to criticize doeil imply the right to abuse or i the right to ignore the psp 1 desires of other free and pendert peoples. (Continued from Page 4) that then aiose, and hsj not yet i een completely solved, is what shall b ; the norm. The manufacturers' associationa are seeking .i much higher rate than the Histadrut. There is no question that Israel could well utilize the i time and motion engineers and technicians. Many of the smaller n-.anufacin Israel patter:their ifj t ; is of Europe • An erica. They would n k a largi profit <>n a taw illei prof' e !mg tun. tl : :> by t livity. .i till most .it inaBlUM anul "> • %  %  %  :. our ivin II il%  • • %  i M i\ A • ... Ami nore the ilture and DAY WORKERS SS k FJ COLORED MAIOS PART TIME OR FULL TIMlf iN PRiv'Tr MQUEI SPECIALIZING Hotel Maids p or Dishwaihen ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 N-E. 'it Av. Pn. H No Charge ts E-np:o> ORKIN Sure... Soft • HftUK RATS-ROACHES*MICE 5-3528 Miami B*ach 539 U.Z. 13th St, Miani 2-1776 c:;"" e M ls H i. ,ry J Snz. newly-appoialed chairman of the ;7 !" ^* nd t Zwn} t Youth Commission, preserting a plaqu-. of appreciation to outgoing chairman. S. A. Goodman, et a ree-r.t lc?;,mcriai presentation. "ec.ni Citizen* Federal Opens Tomorrow AC • %  • ii • N 5* vin l I lent, early this week > % %  entlvr. !I ; tension NW I S • 0pe • %  will P ar1 %  %  area's .' ih : %  ee tend i it on. with nun' : • %  me depositors. •i n'; V %  '' ; i,!1 sitents ol Gr. • "' %  Fourth ol Ju weekend with us," said p ; u V Int S ,U7:n 'I, Federal nd ,,„ n -;,; cution _to receive a charter in 8 e th^ ty ,P lfl > %  Th" ttct tnat we petitioned the Ferlera Home Loan Bank in Wash ngton to establish our horrn association in Hialeah is • t.onal tribute to the part northwest area is playing n the f s e s x P t a ns'onofGreLrMVmL COMPLETE 7 COURSE DINNERS — From 81.15 Sdd WiUU tK! IEST IN KOSHER FOODS .' VkV &3 1141 V/ashinqton Ave. Alr-Cor.diticr.ei STEAMING HOT CCRNE3 9EEF. PASTRAMI ^rc! 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>AY. JULY 4, 1952 + kMin*rMtor PAGE 9 >^-VV"V--*' Personally Speaking Miss Marcia Cohen, daughter oi Mr. end Mrs. Joseph Coi 1400 Pennsylvania Avenue, left for New York and Green I sions. Adirondack*, where she will spend her vacation :othei will join her in New York later, and they will divide time visiting relatives in Massachusetts and attending the Sing in Brooklyn of Mrs. Cohen's nephew. (Mr. and Mis S. A. Goodman, of 8140 Hawthorne Avenue returned home from Oak Ridge, Tennessee, where they ;ded the Briss of their grandson, Edward Allen, born to Mr | Mrs. Stanley Cohen on June 12th. Mrs. Cohen is the former Elyn Goodman. + [Mi. I. Goldberg, cf Di Lido Island, Miami Beach, is resting \e Battle Creek Sanitarium, Battle Creek, Michiqan I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Millstone, of 152 NW 43rd Place, have entertaining their niece. Miss Alice Friedman, St. Louis touii. Other guests at the Millstone home this week include Sins, Mr. and Mrs. Lscdore Librach and Mr and Mrs. Max |cch, and brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Harry :ch. + The birth of their daughter, Terry Jay, on June 4th, is aniced by Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Seitlin. J Mr. and Mrs. David Goldfine announce the birth of their lchler, Leslie Sandra, on June 20th, at Mount Sinai Hospital M %  %  I Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Redlich, 129 SW 21st Avenue, celeled their 50th wedding anniversary last Sunday at the LinManor. With them were their children, Mr. and Mrs. KerShafner, Miami, and Mr and Mrs. Samuel Silverman, MiBeach. Also present were their grandchildren, Rhoda and |c!e Shafner and Sandra and Ira Silverman. Others included lend Mrs. Caspar Pailot and Mr. and Mrs. Fcul Fayet. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Newman, 500 West 49th Street, Miami [:.-., ere entertaining Mr. Newman's brother and sister-in-law, r-.d Mrs. Chaim Newman, Havana, Cuba, and brother, Elizabeth, New Jersey. %  and Mrs. Arthur Hershbein, 1800 SW 24th Avenue, anlr.ee the birth of their son, Martin Simon, last June 13th. Papl grandparent is Mrs Gussie Hershbein. Maternal grande.y.s ere Mrs. Sadie Faaan and the late Morton S. Fagan. The birth of their daughter, Rita Lynn, ct Jackson Memorial ^ci:el on June 24th, is announced by Mr. and Mrs. Martin Maternal grandparents aie Mr. and Mrs. Leo Axlrod. Mr. end Mrs LarTy Flavm, of 3445 Pine Tree Drive, celebrat|heix 3Cth wedding anniversary at the University of Miami Tcncert last Sunday night. •* Mr. and Mrs. Sam Seitlin, of 1819 SW 23rd Street, Miami, .eeving lor a ten-day vacation at Mackinac. While there, Seitlin will attend the Aetna Insurance Convention. %  *. Private First Class Morton Kaufman, son of Mr. and Mrs. fcph Kaufman, 1441 SW 6th Stieet, Miami, has arrived here \c. 21-day furlough prior to leaving for Treasure Island, San r.cisco. Private Kaufman received basic training at Paris rr.d. South Ccrolina, and worked at the Pentagon in WashJon. D.C. + %  %  Sclomon Issenberg.of 145 SW 48th Court, Miami, is at home bwing a surgical operation. Mr. end Mrs. Morris Marks, of 4495 SW 2nd Street, have rr.ed home after a visit to Philadelphia, New York and Atkic City. They will spend a month at the Saxon Motel here, f:e their children. Mr and Mrs. Ben Clein, Mr. and Mrs. Paul :'


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PAGE 16 King Theater To Foatim* Andorson Prize Play The University of Miami Ring Theater will hold a formal open.; \iv,!l Ar.iii : -on 1' I itzer Prize-winning political satire, Both Your H tuses, on M n day evening. July 7th, at 3:30 p.m. Under the direction of Sam Hirsch. the play will run through Saturday, July 19th. and will feature a cast from the university, as well as from the Greater Miami area. •Junior Hadassah President Feted Honored at a tea given by the Miami Beach Unit. Junior Hadassah. last Thursday was the group's president. Mis.; Phyllis Goldman. Given at the home of Miss Helga Baum. 701 10th Street, the tea featured the presentatioi of a gitt to Miss Goldman for her work during the past year. Co-chairmen during the su nwill be Miss Baum and M Judy Hay. Miss Shirley Gerstein will continue to serve as vl pn. dent and membership rman, with Miss Annette Mi lieh acting as treasun r Atalanta Trading Corporation, of New York, importers of quick-frozen sea foods from all parts of the world, has established branch offices in Florida Jo handle the increasing demand for its products in the southeastern states. Joseph Greenspan. pioneer in the quick-frozen food industry, has been appointed manager of the Florida operation and will make his headquarters at 2299 NW 25th Street, Miami. He and his sales forces will cover wholesale and chain-store outlets throughout Florida and nearby states. Listen to the JEWISH VARIETY HOUR WMBM — 800 on your Dial Every Sunday from 2 to 3 Wednesday at Friday from 1:30 to 2 WTTT — 1490 on your Dial Eyery Sunday from 10 to 11 A.M. Jacob Schachter Director NORMAN R. LYONS N.wtcaitar ana Historical Narrator >Jelstncr*Jtofl FRIDAY. JULY The Great US.R0YM MASTER Ymwti^theTireoftheCmturyl ThcPhotoTRUTII and PROOFiforT miwxnfbrdoubt! % % %  Stopping Power. Here U. S. Royal Masters' Royaltex tread grips and holds where ordinary tires slip and slide! Skid Protection. See U.S. Royal Masters hold on slippery roads while other cars run the risk of skids and accidents! iAWUI T-t %  WWW AWWV 'WWW S\\\W \ JN V *V X Everlasting Whitewalls. Now no curb-scuff, no curb-smear with exclusive U S. Royal Curb Guard* protective rib! ukat I %  Hot Rita Rub!*f ronpinr Now ., within your easy reach > f NOW GET No need to wait until your tires wear out-you can afford U. S. Royal Masters now We give you— • full value for all unused mileage in your present tires—old or new • Jng, easy credit terms Up to Twice at many Safe Miles. Look how U. S. Royal Master safety Is complete*/ renewed without retreading! Trade-in Allowance for each of your tire*, on 8.00/15 I WhisewaU U.S. Royal Master*. (Equally generous allowanoa <* all sites.) SALE SIZE 6:00x16 6:70x15 6:50x16 7:10x15 7:00x15 7:60x15 8:20x15 U. S. ROYAL FACTORY-TYPE FULL CAPS! PRICE I v ^ THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY-SEE US TODAY! 7.88 8.93 9.15 9.86 10.69 10.73 11.80 Look Like New! Waar Like New! &f Guaranteed Like New! &f Loaners Never a Mounting Charge WORLD FAMOUS U. S. Til AT THESE LOW PRICES 13 11.80 i, ~L Exchange or Cap Your Ce,i„g, Char9a MMKItt •MKU 7Mxl5 Exchange on Rcappablt Cattal otherwU* add 2.50 Plus Tax jj B P T Ur Casin9s < ttoUln <3 \ Plu, Tax Norton Tire Company Inc o w. i .....I.... MIAMI 5W W. Flagler Street P h MIAMI 1454 Alton Road MIAMI BEACH Ph. 71 Ph. 5-5115



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PAGE 6 rjenistJkridHar FRIDAY, JULY 4 During The Week ..As By LEO MINDLIN I See It CALL FOR CONVERTS: I is David L. < PhD, %  D %  • %  : Its re• %  • esume that such an make the argui •:. %  -• %  %  One can detect the purpose of the book jture has a distinctive characterise whi oly appearar. -"g Bibles. It al>" I nds elude numerous He • %  •'• quotations. This particular bit of search embellishes its frontispiece with a Star of David BD publisher's credit lire: Biblical Research Society. The approach to the effort at converting Jews almost never changes its manner. Primarily, there is the subtle attempt to embarrass. The appeal to exclusion as a negative factor gains populerity through peasant forms of thinking. If Christians are in the majority, the converters argue, then it is clear that the minority -ie-hards must be wrong. Augmenting this approach is a humorous expression of pity for the Jewish "they" group which finds little social or religious acceptance and which has been the tar| gel of persecution for what is felt to be an unreasonable insistence en individuality. But such naive argument for convene.? is only the firs! | highly complex operation. Aware of Judaism's intellectual i quality, they quickly leave their emotional stand for more fertili ground. Using the Bible as the cource of their attitudi that Jews deny its principles by failing to accept Christianity. For the prophecy of a Messianic coming is im. it in the divine itings, but particuia: to their thinking is the belief that this touchy bit of soothsaying is already fulfilled. Thus. thej 13. lack I ..' %  wi a ept %  a tanta 1 unt to faithli Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of The Hebrew Ad#my. install! offlcjr. of "The" Hebrew Academy Women for lhe 1952-53 year. Pictured from left to right are the Mcsdames Irving Firtel chairman of the Installation Luncheon: Samuel Cohen, outgoing president, handing her giTe i to Sidney Rubinowiti, newly elected president, Miami Beach Chapter, end living Rubinstein, newly elected president. Hebrew Academy Women. Miami Chapter. ^^^ The problem foi rters is proving that th< Ch 1 u presupposed in Hebi Hire, they make efl rt, takii lil rties with translations out I I Pi h 'an %  '. ses. David Cooper is no exception in his 1 • •. ns. Like thers, Coopei relies hi vily 1 I : ;ah and the highly exception. Why church foil this tei .. myth, I shall nevei know. For one thing, it is hardly original en .. I • exciting. Other Eastern religions apnstruction the tale of unnatural birth C ina, foil ers t Tu-Lai poetized I from the union of his mother witl ere 1 >mpleting the Pentateuch. More important however, the Christian stand blithely ignores lhe Prophet's true intention. Seizing hold of his fantasy, they rr.is-translate the key word in Isaiah's Prince of Peach passage, applying to the Hebrew word "almah" lhe meaning of virgin rslher lhan young woman. Such imprope. application of the language was generally pointut at lea • the European Deist %  %  ntirackin terms '•' ntened lence. But there is little point in arguii I gical attitudes on su tant is the viewing of conversion efi rl in. I shall rever know how. withoul embarrassment. Christians -ind themselves capable of continuing their proselytizing An egocentric orientation, which for some 1.700 years relentlessly persecuted nonconformists, today still refuses to recognize thai, -ike Judaism. is a minority world religion. 'Their insisterce on majority is clearly unfounded.) Worse, lhe method it employs to attract intelligent conversion prospects is little different from theological sophistry of lhe middle ages. The will 1 pi thai 1 • Hebrew Form New Savings And Loan Group On Beach The Wa Savings 1 A iation has receu irti r I egin savcording to Arthur H Cours .'•:. Bi a< h attorney. The m '. association, it was announced, is the first to receive | artei on the Beach in IT years and is the second to have te i in th 1: tire county • : Hialean association opened its d V 1 mer United States Senal Claude Pepper, alone with Courted as attorn -.king %  '•' %  :ngton approval of the action. It I ported 1 t Pepi expected %  %  n< w board. O: :p include G irdon, Mill in Ga -. CS man, Ben G Silvers ind Mi 1 Steel:. Apartment Group Has Social Meeting Series The first in a series of social meetings ol th< Miami Beach Apartment Association will be ay, July 7th. 8 p.m.. • • • Bl kstor.i Hotel, according to Daniel M Broad, president. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS MIVI you. roof rpjlrd now; you will IIVI on %  new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Exporionced Men" 414 •. W. 23rd Avenue •'HONE 4-MW >UMIG*IION NYLON TEWTS fries ,, ..... T !" ^ •41 -IKAYNI iwitmiSa" GET AUTOMATIC DEFROSTING AT A NEW LOW PRICE! AHA I l\W0 DEFROSTING ,u,, • """' i"" cwre acuy. iiKe tne Christian s "stead of one. forces Cooper to engage in as nonsensical I 'ZJ \ ? 8 v? T*H !"!" ^e mythical origin of "Elohim r.e demonstrates by force of verbal virtuosity that the Plural God be mon than two but less than four. d Perhaps such efforts may be excused on the ground that Tew nselves, enjoyed, similar mystical games during "he VJfZl period. There Ka jallah trinity is bound. was. for example, proof that the Cl ristiai imphcrtm the second word ol Genesis, other examples in terms version seem uncompromising Tri ILVi.-i (oiim-il Install! Ofiieera Loretta Bernstein was installed nt of the Tri Beta Coun' %  % % %  (; iti Miami Jewish CenI a dinner recently held in f S izanni Ynphe. Othi: ::. ers include V vice president: Beverly Katims, recording secretary; Ar.ita Leon, corresponding secretary; Merle Jacobs, treasurer J ni t Lazarus, auditor: Janet Lipit/. .. mt-at arn s; and Arlen Drevich, chaplain. KELVINATOR arjr kL-11 .. 11\ 1 .i Now I A MmaHonal new engine* ring v > achievement! Kolvinator "Magic Cycle"** telf-def rotting i simpler, f otter, far more economical. Uiet no etec trk h.afing elements. Nothing alt* Ilk* It. Com* In and tee why If s best I ~rstsoi.ppu.aios.' He might then, more happilv. havc d himself the disillusion ( ,; : space nd. He.ir.ight. ind. TO ided ,,"' sav, : 'ho" Jews his faith had refraired. He „. • s the single limitation to in the %  %  POP PREVIEW: Th( % % %  : : of ^f.^!^8 U a^^ a S I !?K; f^HU reading here ass .^^Mt.'te rl 'i trtea Communistic dictribe" UnlVer51tv calhn 9 my column a 'vicious S. I. 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^wiislb-IEIIiOiriidliiaun VOLUME 25—Number 27 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JULY 4. 1952 PRICE: TEN CENT3 Mc Car ran-Walter Bill Passes Veto (90 WASHINGTON (JTA) The McCarran-Walter Omnibus Immigration B II P TVMSP T, rUman i" 8 3 i h T g 2^2. m t"** as worse th;in tlle -"famous Alien •! 1798;' this week was declared the law of the land <"uus /men The House of Representatives by a margin of 17 votes, acted to override the the measure by a vote of 278 (107 Democrats and 170 Republicans) to 113 [{('puDlicsr. s). In the Senate, the bill was repassed by a vote of 57 to 26 its foes, led by c failing Liberal civic groups, labor, racial and religious minorities ele r. nts and the major national Jewish organizations had bitterly I the McCai ran-Walter immigration and naturalization measi;;i • a.Lt.ng racist and discrim%  ory and had appealed to the li nt to veto the bill. His '/"' ^" alv ,e Dl was repassecl by a vote of 57 to 26, its rd by Senators Hubert Humphrey and Herbert H. Lehman. by a margin of three votes to prevent overriding of the veto! ! civil rights and the proble mority groups. Warren criticized the "withering of the GOP saying it -would turn the clock back." He said he ked as a ici ilist" by members of his own party ,i.t FEPC ir. California. The Governor told the press Reports were current here that • b that th? Repubi. ans ...>t implement the c civil rights planks consideration to the employment problems of characterized by and SeJ.tion Act veto. It repasssd Democrats ana 23 Little Hope Little hope was held out here for the revision of the new law in any of its major details lor.g time to come. tures of the bill, whi it to challenge in the courts, were rectified in the Senate-House conference. J32 Capitol Spotlight BY MILTON FRIEDMAN (Copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) cc 111VT Fifty-nine United States Stnators have indicated agreement with Representative John E. Rankin. of Mississippi, by sponsoring a constitutional amendment aimed against the United Nations Human Rights and Genocide conventions. Representative Rankin condemrtd the Human Rights program as "Communistic fanaticism" {nical grounds is shabby treatment President Tiumr.n. c-ngered by the reported disloyalty of high placed Federal officials who asked Senators to override the President's veto, was considering their dismissal. Or.e of the officials mentioned in these reports was for long consideied a bottle::, k in the granting of visas to Jewish displaced persons. In his veto message. President Truman warned that powers conferred by the measure on officials were "incons.stert with our democratic ideals." He said "to make refugees from oppression forever deportable on such techand give gre minorities. an: tailed on the Senate to oppose it. Denouncing advocates of lhe UN program to protect minorities. Representative Rankin said: "They have been run out of practically every country in Europe .in the years gone by. and if they keep stirring race trouble in this country and trying to force their Communist program on the Christian people of America, there is no telling what will happen to them there." Despite the fact that the earliest Congressional attacks on Huindeed." The President's message spoke of "the great popular Interest ; which this bill has created" and urged a re-examination by ConIgress "of this entire matter." He [suggested "the creation o: a representative commission of outman Rights came from Rankin. Senator John W. Bricker. of Ohio, [standing Americans to examine and Senator Pat McCarran, of Nevada, insisted they were defendi the basic assumptions of our imini; "freedom" by opposing the UN Human Rights accord. The i migration policy, the quota svsBtate Department had told the Senate that it wants to guard against tern and all that goes with it, the am it petition of genocide, specifically mentioning the Nazi exeffect of our present immigration termination of Jews. But Senator Bricker said: "I deny that any human being has ever been obliged to murder another human Senator Bricker last month openly stated "the UN draft covenant on Human Rights has been the primary target of my criticism." To prevent American ratification of the draft covenant he introduced Senate Joint Resolution No. 130. This would provide for a constitutional amendment to restrain this nation from joining with other nations in expressing concern over the welfare of minority groups through ratification of the Human Rights principles. And he proudly announced that 58 other Senators, including >uch influential leaders as Robert A. Taft. had joined him. • • • • • Two years ago Dean Rusk, former Deputy Under Secretary of State, begged the Senate in vain to ratify the Genocide Convention. Hisaid the United States has cooperated in the past "with other nations in the suppression of such lesser offenses as the killing of fur seals. It is natural that other nations look to the United States for cooperation in the suppression of the most heinous offense of %  11 — the destruction of human, groups." Mr. Rusk said the destruction of European Jewry so shocked civiliied society that any such mass murder should be prohibited by the international community. He told the Senate that "the worst atrocities of Negro against the Chrisians failed to reach the level of those perpetrated by Hitler against the Jews. No one c n yet have forgotten the organised butchery of racial groups by the Natia. our enemies in World War II. which has resulted in the extermination of some 6.000.000 Jews." Will Maslow, of the American Jewish Congress, this month testified before a Senate committee and presented an extensive argument against the Bricker move. One Senator was visibly impressed by Maslow's testimony. He was Senator Robert C. Hendrukson, of New Jersey, who listened to Maslow and then said ne was convinced of the correctness of the American Jewish Congress Position. Sanford H. Bola. AJC Washington representative, wrote of the Bricker amendment that "the great majority of the American People remain uninformed on the dangers inherent in this proPosed constitutional amendment." Bols wrote: Most of the material that has been written in support of the Bricker resolution w extremely misleading. Senator Bricker speaks passionately oi Preserving and defending individual constitutional rights line freedom of spetch. press and religion • • When in fact no prospective treaty poses threats to such rights and his principal purPoe it really to kill the Genocide Convention and the ",""5" H'ghts Convention which attempt to preserve and defend "" individual rights to life and liberty as an international maiter without in any way contravening our own." ..-.. Bolz warned: "The broad and indefinite language of the BricKw resolution would create havoc in this country's international regions, W ould announce to the world that the era of 'new isolation* at hand for America, and in the name of defending our inO'yidual rights would prevent us from becoming Partners inpe "tmiational charter, to assure human rights and basic decency the world probebly our surest weapon against Communism in "e struggle for the minds and hearts of men." Contnued en Page 12) Grand Jury To Probe Bombings The wave of bombings that terrorized Greater Miami early last Fall will be the object of a full-scale investigation here by a Federal Grand Jury, it was learned this week. The December bombing at Mirr.s, Florida, during which an official of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People was murdered, will also be presented for study at that time. Confirmation of the impending investigation came from the office of Florida Senator George Smathers in Washington, D.C. While details regarding the inquiry have not yet been fully reported, it was reliably indicated that L. E. Broome, special assistant to the Attorney General, has been assigned by the Department of Justice to direct the Krobe. Currently in Miami where e is studying FBI reports, Broome refused to comment further except to state that he would work with jurors on the case. Prior to the Mims murder of Harry T Moore, there had been nine dynamitings and attempts at Houses of Worship here, including eight synagogues and one Catholic Church, and an addition(Continued on Page W British HIP'S Flay Bonn Appointee LONDON (JTA) — Ea.-rut: Jannei several other MP's j demand:.) In Commons that the British Foreign Office reject the appointment of Susanna Sur.onis y the West German Government to cate for the welfare i I German women employed in Britain, on 1 the groun : tat she held a similar position among German women I in Japan daring the Nazi regime. Lnder Secret ry I r Foreign Afrs Anthony Nutting, rejected the demand, asserting that Miss Sii tonis had not been employed by the German Foreign 0:fice prior I to the erd of World V.'ar II. Ke stated that "a impetent commute; ipletelj cleared her of Nazism after an attack on her in the Ger; :. an p. ess." • • • • Costa Riea Anti-tlewish Bombing NEW YORK JTA) — Arti-Semitic agitation and attempted bombings in Costa Rica during the past six months have been the work of a small underground group which is attempting to poison I the minds of the population, Dr. Maurice L. Perlzweig, political I consultant to the World Jewish Congress, declared here upon his j return from a five-day tour of inspection to that country. President Ulate, of Costa Rica, has pledged to put down, with all the means at his disposal, any terrorist actions of anti-Semites against members or the Costa Rican Jewish community. Dr. Perlzweig said. The President also pledged to guarantee to defend the rights and freedoms of the members of the Jewish community. • • • • • Diseuss Middle East Command LONDON (JTA) — A discussion of the proposed Middle East defense command took place when Foreign Secretary Anthony Edea and Secretary of State Dean Acheson met here. However, it is believed that no more than a general review of Middle East problems took place and that no decisions were reached. • e e e e Arabs Admit Boycott Is Failing BOSTON (JTA) — Many Arab spokesmen, including Sami Bey Solh. the Lebanese Premier, now frankly admit that the anti-Israel boycott has injured Arab economies. The Christian Science Monitor reported this week from Beirut. It quoted the Lebanese leader, however, as declaring that the boycott — the Arab's only effective weapon against the Jews — will not be lifted until Israel agrees to move back within the boundaries of the United Nations partition plan and pays compensation to the Palestine Arab refugees, e e e e e Israel Allocation ITneut By House WASHINGTON (JTA) — The House Appropriations Committee which reduced the appropriation bill for the Mutual Security Aid program bv $250,130,000, ?ert the bill to the House floor without change in the Israel allocation of $73,000,000. The United States is "continuing to work" toward a Middle Eastern defense pact "which would taKe into account Egyptian national aspirations and provide for the defense of the Middle East on an equal and cooperative basis." This was made known in previously secret testimony by Burton Y. Berry, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs, which was revealed here by the Senate Appropriations Committee. • • • • • South African Body Denies Communist Charge JOHANNESBURG (JTA) — The South African Board of Deputies has presented to Parliament a statement describing as "fantastic" an allegation in an official police report that the Board of Deputies controls the Communist Party in tne Union. The Minister of Justice referred to the report in Parliament last ADril 29th, ani the Board subsequently demanded the right to communicate its denial of the charges to the House. • • • • # • Nazis Attack Austrian Chancellor For Meeting VIENNA (JTA) — A neo-Nazi newspaper here has attacked Austiian Chancellor Leopold Figl and Vienna Mayor Franz Jonas on the grounds that during their recent visits to the United States they had no contact with "Chrisian emigrants as opposed to those who went when Hitler came to power" and that they associated only with "Israelite emigres" in the US. The chatges were made by Neue Fiont, organ of the neo-Nazi League of Independent Voters • • • • • Italian Rabbinical Council Is Re-established ROME (JTA) — The Italian Rabbinical Council has been reformed and is currently headed by Rabbi Gustav Gale, of Piedmont, its new president.



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|AY. JULY 4. 1952 +Jewish Hot-Man PAGE 15 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE ,f CIRCUIT COURT OF THE .FNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF In PI DA IN AND FOR DADe TouNTV IN CHANCERY. NO. J51102 fHKOUHX, Plaintiff %  LER. Defendant. IOTICE BY PUBLICATION ,AV'ID SHKtlLKK ,i Eastern Parkway i.H,. New York. VRK HKKEHV NOTIFIED l : HI of Complaint for Divorce „n flletl against you in the ,,,ltled cause and you are ,.,,,iii-eil to serve a copy "f I Ui to the Bill of Com,.„ (he Plaintiffs attorney*. Mil. the original In the office of u k of the Circuit Court on or 1 ,„.. 30th day of July. 1952. i ,il to do so, Judgment by deAll! be taken against you for t .l.-m.t I..1.--1 In the Bill of ,,",',t Miami. Florida, thla 30th ; notice shall be published MM* .k for four consecutive weeks I," JEWISH FLORIDIAN. E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court Hj: JOHN WEST, Deputy Clerk ,, T SILVER & MUDLOY ,,; for Plaintiff graham Building Florida. IHF COUNTY JUDGES COURT AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. NO. 2S074-A STATE OK r | JACOBSON. Deceased f NOTICE TO CREDITORS 'redltora and All Persons Havl.ilins or Demands Against and each of you, are hereby rd and required to present any ,„i demands which you. or • \ou may have against the f ISAHEL JACOBHON. tle,t,. ..: Dade County, Florida. i,„„ w. iBLANTON and iM.wi.iMi. County Judges .. County, and file the same nfflce in the County Court:.,,!,. County, Florida, within ,1 ,i ii .nibs from the date i -i publication hereof. Said demands to contain the ,.• the claimant ana to i. II .i pi esented a.if same will be barred. BM .],,. p.,:!:: I'n.b.iie Ai I. •7lh. \ D lMl HARRY JACOBSON, \. Executor of tha Last Will ,i Testamenl of -VBEL JACOBHON, l lei eased. ZIKERNICK, ESQ. Executor l: %  I h, Florida NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS _. NAME LAW NOTICEIS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to eniagl in v.',•,.. AMINO BAKIlEiM %  %  ;. at N W. 27th Avenue 4 N. W 7th Street Miami, Kla.. Intend to rcgLie Z d name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida WELDA IIER/.i M; HOTNERAHSSNIRJBSII^ 00 Attorneys for Welda Heriog and Robert Herzog 6/13-20-27 — 7/4 !Y n COUNTY JUDGES COURT |D'D£ COUNTV, FLORIDA No 25606 •TATE I If ... r.i.i' \II:NS> N. Deceased JlCE OF INTENTION TO MAKE |APLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE i, %  | .,\,-ii thai 1 have final isport and petition i"' I'l-.harge as Anclllarj Execuiti ol I" >RA BLl'MENed nil ihiit on tha iznd 1..,•.'. will apply to tha ll.,M. County Judges of Dade %  • %  id. i. for approval of said if iorl and for final discharge i) Executor .f the Estate iRA IILPMENSQN, deceased. i|\th dai of June, IM1 DAVID BLUMENSOM ri'N A FRIEDMAN in for David Blumenson : %  : T i-n JME CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN JND FOR DADE COUNTY, [FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 151071 \ UCROER, Plaintiff, id! IM'RCKR. Defendant. OTICE BY PUBLICATION PXNDOR Rl'HGER Xelaon Avenue l leksklll, New York ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED ,i Bin of Complaint for invoice hi file.I against you in the entitled cause and you are required to serve a copy of er to llHill ol Complaint • Plaintiff's attorneys, and file tlnal In Die office of the Clerk 'in nit Court on or before the Ha) of July, A.D. IM>, otherwise Pro Cunfesso will be entered you. otlee shall be published once i k for four consecutive weeks II IK JEWISH FI.OR1DIAN. NCI) at Miami. Florida, this 30th f June. 1MB, K. II. WEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court By JOHN WEST, Deputy Clerk "T. KIL.VER MULLOY • s for Plaintiff I'tnahani Building '. Plorlda [HE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT AND FOR DADE COUNTY, I FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 28222 B ESTATE OK I" MID I.IPPMAN, Deceased • NOTICE TO CREDITORS |l Creditor! and All Persons Havcialma or Demands Against Said Ite: • "id each of you, are hereby 1 and required to present any and demands which you. or "f you, may have against the • f EDWARD I.IPPMAN. de' late of Miami Beach, Dade Florida, to the Hon. County "f Dade County, and file the In their office In the County laa In Dade County, Florida. eight calendar months from >te of the first publication hereld claims or demands to conlie legal address of the claimant > be sworn to and presented as aid, or same will be barred. See n 120 of the.l;ts:i Probate Act. ed June 1J. A.D. I5t. QU88IB I.IPPMAN. As Administratrix of the Estate of EDWARD LJPPMAN7 ,_ Deceased. < %  CYPEN fv for Administratrix 7/4-U-ll IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 24543 RE: ESTATE (>F SIDNEY SCHWARTZ. also known as SIDNEY M. KCHWARTZ NOT i£!L. OF 'NTENTION'TO'MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOT It E Is hereby given that I have fled my final report and petition for final Discharge as Administratrix of the estate of SIDNEY SCHWARTZ, also known as Sidney M. SCHWARTZ deceased; and that on the Nth day of July. 1J2. I will apply to the Honorable ( ounty Judges of Dade Countv, lorlda, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Adm nlstratrix of the Estate of SIDNEY SCHWARTZ, also known as SIDNEY M. SCHWARTZ, deceased. Ihls 18th day of June, 1952. /s/ MARLENE SCHWARTZ. Marlene Schwartz. Administratrix of the State of SIDNEY SCHWARTZ, also known as SIDNEY M. SCHWARTZ. MYERS, HEIMAN KA PLAN *' """^ Attorneys for Administratrix 6/27 — 7/4-11-18 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW „ NOT i c £. HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned. deslrTng to engage in business under the fictitious name of HAH IT'S DEPARTMENT STORE, at f*M-M Sunset Drive. South Miami, J-H.rl.la, Intends to register said name ,he ( ll 'rk or the Clroult Cult of Dade County, Florida. I-OTHAM COMPANY, a Florida corporation „... Sole Owner l'.\I.I>)TT, SILVER & Ml.'l.l.OY Attorney! for I.otham Company "4 Ingraham Building Miami, Florida l/W-II 7/4-11 LEGAL NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that Hans Hanson and Nils Joh.ins.-oii. a copartnership, d/b/a Center Rest, and Bar. 67C1 N. W. 7th Ave., Miami, dissolved their partnership on the 16th day of June. IMS, and lhat Hans Hanson Intends to earn on said busInesi under the same name M sole owner, and to rasdster said name with th. Clerk of the Circuit Court of DadS County, Florida H.W'.' HANSON STEPHEN K. KE88LER Attorney for Applicant HOC W. l--l.-i-l.-i 6/2n-:'7 — : i-n NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of '•HARRY'S DELICATESSEN". at %  lii 11 South West 8th Street. Miami, HloridH. intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. I.EO U 1.1 BIN HENRY ZADAN ShlMOUR B. LIEHMAN, Attorney 6/20-27 — 7/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the undei ilgned, desli Ins to engage In Iness under the fictitious nan f i.\ JOYS DRIVE INN, SI I •:.' N. W. iTtii Avenue, Miami, Florida, %  ret t*i said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, da. /s. JOSEPH ROSE Oil. I'A Rl IKE QKNET .v OENET Ai lot ne) for Joseph a i lllda Rosa >: 80-17 — 7 in IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 150775 SYLVIA 1IANII.OVEK, Plaintiff va. HARRY I'.ANII.OVER, I lefendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: HARRY BANII.OVEU 2H6:i WEST 24th STREET BROOKLYN, NEW YORK Yol' are reipilred to serve a i ••! %  > of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on Plaintiff's Attoi ne> and to file \..ii! original Answ.i in tha Offloe 6t the cierk <>f the Circuit Court on or before the 17th day cf July, IMS; otherwise the bill of complaint for divorce heretofore filed herein will be taken as confessed bv you. DATED at Miami. Florida, this 17th day of June, IH.'.J. E. H I.KATHER.MAN. Clerk of ths Circuit c,,urt Dade Countv. Florida By: JOHN WEST Deputy Clerk Name and Address of plaintiff's attorney: NORMAN R LYONS, 110-11 Olympia llldg. Miami. Florida i/so-n — 7/4-n NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 149530 MARY I.E ZOTTE. Plaintiff vs. GENE LE ZOTTE, Defendant Residence unknown SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Gene I.e Zotte You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required U> serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney STEPHEN F. KESSLER, 2200 West Ftagler St., Miami. Kla., and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 11th day of July. 1932. If you fall to do so. Judgment bv default will be taken against vou for the relief demanded In the BUI of Complaint. .... This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLoRIDlAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 9th day of June. A.i> 1952 E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. .Circuit Cog Seal. HARDIE Deputy Clerk. 6/13-20-27 7/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICE IS HEREBY fHVMN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the ^J 1 '^? nm \ v KAY-TEE PRODUCTS, at 1S7S N. W im, Jtreet. Miami. Kb. intend, to register said name with the tier" of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. c T MeFARUAND BERT SAOER Attorney for Applicant 810 Bls-nyna Bldg. •71J-W-X7 — 7/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ABERMAN MFG. CO. (not Inc.). at >,1 N. W. 29th St.. Miami. Ha., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CAROL/YN J. ABERMAN J11JAN R. ABERMAN OEOROB J. TAIJANOFF Attorney for Applicants 6/13-20-27 — 7/4 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 190894 HARRY STEIN, Plaintiff. JUUA STEIN, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JULIA STEIN c/o I. Rubin 1555 Grand Concourse Bronx, St-w York You, Jl'l.lA STEIN, are hereby notified thai a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, GEoROE J. TALIANorF, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or I ..for., the 21st day of July. INS. If you fail to do so, Judgment ] %  >• default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FIXIRIinAN. DOME AND ORDERED at Miami, I Florida, this 20th day of June, A.D. 1952. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE. JR., Deputy Clerk GEORGE J. TAMANOFK Attorney for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 6/27 — 7/4-11-1S LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATf. No. 28223-B In Re: ESTATE OF ISRAEL. R. OOODMAN, also known as I. R. GOODMAN, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, ana 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 ISRAEL It. GOODMAN a/k/a I. It. GOODMAN, deceased late of Miami Beach, Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. V. BDANTON. County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office in the County Couithouse in Dade County, % 'lorlda, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented, as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probata Act. Date June 17, A.D. 19.>2. LILLIAN GOODMAN As Administratrix of the Estate of ISRAEL. R. GOODMAN a/k/a I. R. GOODMAN, Deceased IRVING cram Attorney for Administratrix 6/20-27 — 7/4-11 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 150766 JEAN JOFFEE JEROME, Plaintiff. VS. JERAL.D JEROME. Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: .IERAI.D JEROME Auburn suite prison Its Stale Street Auburn, New York You are hereby required to SerVS a copy of your Answer to Plaintiff's Bill of Complaint for divorce on Plaintiffs attorneys, WEINHTE1N, WE1N8TEIN XWEINSTE1N, 120 Lincoln Road, Miami Reach. J-loiida, and to file your original Answer In the office "i the Clark • %  the above Court on oi before Jul) 16, 1862, otherwl a a 1 % %  • %  ee Pro Confesso \\ 111 I..entered against you. Dated tlii-> 16th da] %  < June, 1952. B. B. LEATHERMAN ciei K of tinCircuit C .%  il) a 20 21 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 150997 LILLIAN BLOCK, Plaintiff vs. LEON BI/k'K. Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: LEON BLOCK, IM B6th Street. Brooklyn '.>, New York. You are required to serve a copy of the Answer to the Bill of Complaint upon the plaintiff's attorney MORTON ROTHENBERa, 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida. and file the original in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before July 24, 1952; otherwise, said Bin will be taken aa confessed by you. Dated thla 23th day of June, A D 1952. l: I'.. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of tl (Sea!) Bj R. H. RICE, JR. Deput) Clerk, 6 27 — 7/4-1 IN COUNTY JUDGES 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 I have filed mv final report and petition for Final Discharge as Ancillary Administrator C.T.A. of the estate of ANNA SHERMAN, deceased; and that ii the 11th day of July, 1952. I will app.y to the Honorable PRANK B. DOWtINQ. Countv Judge of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said finil report and for final discharge as Anclllarj Administrator C.T.A. of the Estate Of ANNA SHERMAN, deceasThis 11th day Of June. MM. GEORGE SHERMAN KOVNER ft MANNHEIMER Attorneya for .v i iiiary Administrator C.T A. 120 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida — 7 I i R II RICE, JR. 11. puty Clei k 7 111 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engi business under the fictitious mime of INTERNATIONAL STEEL A. PIPE, at 1110 Bast 11th Avenue. Ilialeah. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court Ol Made County. Florida. MAX W. TEMCHIN WILLIAM A. ADLER Sol,owners AMos BENJAMIN Attorney for applicants a W-7 — 7/4-11 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 H. ARMSTRONG. I 'cfendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JOHN E. ARMSTRONG 3i A Virginia street w, Charleslou, West Virginia You, JOHN E. ARMSTRONG, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been liled against you, and you are required to serve a copy Of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, BEN ESSEN. ESIJ „ XL>:; Reynold Bldg., Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk Of the Circuit Court on or before the 14th day of July, 1932. If you fall to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 12th day of June, A.D. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By O. B. HARDIE. Deputy Clerk BEN ESSEN Attorney for Plaintiff R23 Seybold Bldg. Miami. Florida 6/20-27 — 7/4-11 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 180644 DOROTHY E. YATES, Plaintiff. DOlfQLAH YATES. Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: DOUGLAS YATES Hotel Reld. Columbus. Ohio You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been tiled against you. and you are reoulred to serve a copy of your answei or pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's attorney and file the original answer or pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or liefore the 7th day of July. 1952. If you fail to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the BUI of 'DONE" AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 6th day of June, A.D. 1,M E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court By WM. W. STOCKING, D.C. RICHARD K. SHEPARD. Attorney for Plaintiff 2200 W. Flagler St., Miami, Fla. 6/lS-20-*7 — 7/* IJB n IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 150611 PAULINE PALMER, Plaintiff, \ E. O. SL'LLIVAN, si al Defendants. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: E. O. BCLLILVAN and ETTA SULLIVAN, bis wife. ].. Idence unknown JULIA Sl'I.LU AN and BULLIVAN, her husband, If she be married. R dance unknown And also, all of the unknown heirs, devisees, grantees, legatees, assignees, llenors. creditors or other claimants outlining tJ or through, under or against any of the above: And also, all unknown parties and claimants having or claiming to have any right, title Of Interest ill and to the following described real property loc itea and situate, lying and being In the County of Dade. State of Florida, to-wlt: Lot 31 In Block II of HIGHLAND PARK, according to the plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book 2. Page 13. of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida. YOU AND EACH OF YOI' are hereby ordered and required to file your appearance on or before the loth day of July, 19.">2, In the als.ve styled cause now pending in the Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit In and foe Dude County. Florida, In Chancery, wherein Pauline Palmer Is plaintiff and the above named partlea, yourselves and others, are defendants, and In default of such api>earonce a decree pro confesso will be entered against you. Said cause was Instituted for the purpose of quieting title to the above described property, as will more fully appear from the bill of complaint filed In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. This order shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In the JEWISH FLORIDIAN. Miami, Florida. Dated, this 10th day of June. 1952. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court By G. B. HARDIE Deputy Clerk WARREN S WEPMAN Attorney for Plaintiff 407 Blscaynn Building Miami. Florida 6/1S-20-27 — 7/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAMF LAW ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl t • ] I, r the flctll sme pt HL'DDLE BAR AND GRILL, (.venue, i %  ,,. the %  Court of Da REBA ELL i MICHAEL M. I8ENB \ • • %  f. Applicant I407 Bl 2 1-27 — 7/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of STRATOSPHERE APARTMENT HOTEU at 9463 Collins Avenue. Surfside, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SAMIEL Fl'CIIS HARRIET CHI'SED PEARL SCHECHTER MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPI^AN Attorneys for Applicants 6/27 — 7/4-11-1* NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW SOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that. %  ::; i, rslgne I, desli i I i hgage lrl buslneea under the fictitious came of WEATHER-VIEW ol-' MIAMI 2757 Coral Way, Miami. Ha., intends to reglater said name with tbe^ clerk of the. Circuit Court of Dade County. Fl ,,lM LEON LA7.AR JOSEPH PARDO Attorney for Applicant K14 Sc\ bold Bldg. 13-20-27 — 7/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in bualnesa under the flctit mis name of 1\CKSSERVICE STATION, at 1101 Blscayna Blvd/ Miami. Fla Intend to ,-,.,-isie,said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JApK FiBRMAN ALEX DAVID Partners 6/20-27 — 7/4-U NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that Florida, 'intends to register said name with the Clerk of the ('.rcult Court of Dade County, Florida. RELIABLE LAI NDRY. INC. By: Stanley Kruse. President ARONOVITZ & ARONOV1TZ Attorneys for Reliable Laundry. Inc. /tl.->n-27 — 7/4 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Th* Icrwlah Florldlan toBdta your lexjal notices. W tjrppraclate yof patronage) and ouarantaM> — I to BBrrio* at iexjal rate*. Phone 2-1141 lot m—4>not gar-vice). SEITLIN & COMPANY PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGE! PHONE 9-3836 \ • N. %  Ins ST. 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FRIDAY. JULY 4, 1952 I'll Say... A tourist visiting Bombay is immediately taken to [the Hanging Gardens, a series of flower beds blooming Ion a hill. A grim, unsightly, square structure comImands the view of the city. The adjoining park contains the Tower of Silence, wherein the strangest of %  death ceremonies is practiced by the Parsees. I shall [take the liberty of quoting the following excerpts from % %  •The Religion of Zarathushtra" written by my friend Dr. Irach J. S. Taraporewala. I am sure the noted scholar and thinker will not mind. |THE LAST HOUR •The solemn hour of death and the ceremonies that kollow naturally form the most important and the most hmpiessive part of the ritual in every religion. Among Shi' Zoroastrians it is the foremost bounden duty of the nearest relations at such a moment to repeat into the dying ears the sacred verses Ashem Vohu and the \huna Vairya. The person dying if conscious is also equired to join in these prayers. THE USELESS BODY "As soon as the breath has left it, the body is recarded as impure, for it begins then to decay and to Fall to pieces. It has therefore to be destroyed as soon fas possible and in a manner as may be the least harmful to the living. Dead matter very soon becomes a tentre of corruption, and hence in the disposal of a dead body care has to be taken that none of the pure Elements of Ahura Mazda are contaminated. The Mazdla worshipper is enjoined 'to expose the dead body to [he Sun'. Hence the body is not to be burnt, neither Is it to be buried, nor thrown into water. Therefore Ihe structures known as the Towers of Silence' are trected, wherever Parsees are congregated in any numbers, in which the dead are exposed without violating Either the sense of decency and propriety, or any of the well thought out rules of the Zoroastrian religion. "Soon after the spirit has departed, the body is bathed and dressed in old worn out garments of white +Je*lslirhridNaun PAGE 3 THE TOWERS OF SILENCE By HARRY SIMONHOFF cotton. After the sudreh is put on, the nearest male relation (usually the eldest son) puts on the kusti reciting the appropriate prayers. The entire body is then swathed in a long white robe only the face and the cars showing. In the meanwhile a room in the house has been washed and in a corner sand is sprinkled on the floor or slabs of stone are laid thereon, and on this the body is reverently deposited, until the hour of its removal has come. The body cannot be carried to the Tower except in the daylight hours and the usual time tor the funeral is either in the morning or in the afternoon. As long as the body remains in the house a priest •JJf car reciting prayers, and keeping alight a fire in which incense and sandalwood is constantly burnt. None but the two corpse-bearers can henceforth touch the body, and none may approach within three paces 01 the dead. REMOVAL OF THE BODY "At the time appointed the two corpse-bearers come in with an iron bier, on which the corpse has to be carried; and two priests stand at the door of the room and, facing the departed, recite aloud the Ahunavaiti Gatha. When the recital is over the assembled friends and relations takes the last leave of the departed, bowing low before the dead. Then the bier is covered over with a white sheet and carried out. There are other men to help the two corpse-bearers, but these may not touch anything except the long handles of the bier. It may also be noted that the carriers of the body, the priests who say the prayers and the friends who follow up to the Tower of Silence, must be dressed in white, and they must always go in pairs, holding a white handkerchief between them. The colour of the dress indicates Purity and the going in pairs implies mutual help in the hour of sorrow. Arriving at the Tower the procession halts a certain distance from it, the bier is laid dbwn, and the face is exposed for the last time. All assembled bow low in the last salutation; and then the two corpse-bearers carry the bier into the Tower. None but these two may go inside. There the body is placed within its proper ring and denuded of all its clothing. For naked were we born into the world and naked must we go out of it THE VULTURES The Tower of Silence, being open at the top, gives free access to birds of prey — the creatures meant by God to devour dead bodies. Incidentally it also emphasizes the Zoroastrian virtue of charity even in death by feeding the birds with our cast-off bodies. In towns where there is considerable Zoroastrian population such birds are encouraged to build their nests in the vicinity of the Towers. In places like Bombay the vultures finish off the flesh within half an hour, and the bones are completely bleached by the sun and the air within a few days. These are then collected together and deposited within the central pit, where they crumble to dust. Thus rich and poor, saint and sinner, man, woman and child all find the same level at the long last and mingle their dust together. Mo monument is erected so that the rich may be marked out from the poor even in death. BODY AND SOUL "The rain washes out the Tower and the water running into the pit is filtered through the bone dust there and through the filter beds, and through the four channels and ultimately reaches the soil pure and clear. "This much for the disposal of the body; but Zoroastrianism regards the Soul as infinitely the more important. On the morning of the fourth day after 'the departure' the Soul crosses over the Chinvat-bridge where the good are separated from the bad, and on the other side it is judged by the Great Judges, Mithra and Rashnu, while Sraosha watches over them all. The Judges give the denarted the exact reward for all acts done during the earthly life." Gas Company |Flagler-Granada Gives 'Realizes Ambition Commonded Here Dividend On Bond Issue The Miami Beach Taxpayers' Association last week commended Peoples Water and Gas Company for aiding consumers 10 understand the gas rates. Concluding its fact-finding on the Beach, the Association had also suggested that the gas company return consumer deposits when satisfied that they have established their credit. Bond Co-chairmen Robert Tauber and Joseph Masters distributed dividend checks to subscribers of the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center Issue during a meeting here held late last week. The checks covered interest and amortization on bonds floated by the Center for a $20,000 addition to the group's building When Dr. Robert A. Rosen, chiropodist, from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, served in the Navy, he was stationed in Miami. Dr. Rosen made up his mind that as soon as the war was over he would make Dade County his home. His office is now at 6985 Abbott Avenue. Abraham Rochsiein. Greater Miami Jewish Community Center physical education director Heft) is shown presenting Al Kahn. manager of the Diamond-Berk Insurance Softball teem, the award for winning first place in the All-Miami Jewish Community Center double round robin. Diamond-Berk Insurance battled in a three-way play-off, taking a double-header from both the FlaglerGranada and Miami Branch men last Sunday. Tropical Lodge Stages Service I Fund Affair Announcement was made this |week by Alvin Budner, president [ Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith, f the first in a series of Service Furd affairs to be launched on Saturday evening, July 12th, at [the Floridian Hotel, Miami I Beach. The Splash-Dance swim party I is being staged by Larry Niditch, with the co-chairmanship of Bob aXony SUPERLATIVE DINING i lh Communal MHW flaw ON TNI OCtAN 33*4 TO 33rd ST. Stone. Contributions will be forwarded to the recently established Service Fund which corralates B'nai B'rith agencies throughout the nation. "Some of the most important agencies affecting this community are the Anti-Defamation League, Veterans Administration Voluntary Program at Pratt General Hospital, Hillel Foundation and Youth Clubs," Budner said. Slatko Reports To Air Force Twenty-three-year-old Robert Slatko, a Miami attorney, has been commissioned as a First Lieutenant In the United States Air Force. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Slatko. 1235 NW 3rd Avenue, the officer reported to Camp Stoneman in Pittsburg, California, yesterday. Slatko is a graduate of the Miami Military Academy, with the highest scholastic ranking ever attained there. He entered the University of Miami School of Business at the age of 15. In 1950, Slatko received the LLB degree from the University Law School OF STRENGTH ^taste ROKEACH BORSCHT Distributed by Hi-Grade Food Company — Phone 9-MH Independence Day reminds us that America grew strong through Freedom. Not just freedom from foreign rule, but freedom at horn*, too. Freedom for our people to use their labors, ingenuity and 1 enterprise to improve and increase our production for world peace, j prosperity and a better standard of living. We must not surrender this freedom to socialist planners. Labor and business enterprise working together under America's free economy ] will continue to keep America strong. 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A %  % %  PAGE 14 Beach Professional ? Hadassah Hears %  Mrs. Anita Berg The Miami Beach Business and Professional Group of Hadassah will be host to the Miami and Miami Beach Units of Junior Hadassah and the Miami Business and Professional Group of Hadassah at a tea in the home of Mrs. Joseph L. Shawmut. 3.1b Prairie Avenue, on Wednesday tvening. July 9th. 8 p.m.. announced Miss Frances Lebar. president. Mrs. Shawmut is membership co-ordinator of the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah. Miss Marguerite Marx, program chairman of the Miami Beach Business and Professional Group, stated that Mrs. Anita Berg, of Boston. Massachusetts, will be guest speaker. Mrs. Berg is a member of the National American Affairs Committe of Hadassah and former co-chairman of the National Speakers' Bureau. She has held a succession of key positions in the Hadassah Chapter and Region, including Chapter vice president, chairman of the Public Relations Committee and a member of the Hadassah Medical Organization Committee. Mrs. Berg, who is Mrs. Shawmut's daughter, attended Boston University and Hebrew TeachS School. *#* FRIDAY, IULV i | "AL Hone* (Associated Photo) mgt.lUiion of the R i.wUh Center ^^S/tBffSSS ffi ^^ff* are the Mesdames Ben Cohen. Ruby Shear. Sam Raab and !" >P „ Fre idson. Bernhrnxd Mesdames Louis Kroll. Reuben L.v.ne. ^• i *JJ? J3JTre the Mesd.mH Lou Kaaoff. MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Phone 9-2694-5 Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverized Grade A. Soil Bulldozing Hourly or Contract Phone 4-033S LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY EDWARD ALPER 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace ALL WORK GUARANTEED SDNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTELSANITARIUM Foe aesr. eoNVL£*CEa MOKWCUSU %  mm • % %  owi. r i It* w. 0~ courr IAMI aooin* Greeters Give Esloe Award Of Merit Louis Esloe. regional director of South Florida for the Hotel Greeters of Ameri Tn pical Charter No. 19 of Miami was presented with the National Award of Merit at a recent annual banquet he'. I I Delano Hotel. Paul Gard. : I : Tropical Charter N :. .. Esl '. Con\ :iti in in Gi Michigan, and : Lou:.< R.:!-.^:". Nat Ameri .. First program. Esloe earned the plaq•.. efforts in p: the program and : nwide and local can •._ them was his 5] of an essaj (he Dade C< unty I ._ on See Winro t -. age 16, : i m .1 :ks n s n High ted aga nsl 241 contestai I I tl S25 Defens< Boi vacation award. Esl %  managing tl P Hoi at Miami ... : en ap: •'• : reg rial rector Israelite Center Has Grand Jury To WMKSSS Probe Bombings the PTA of the Israelite Center will sponsor a Card ar.d WaterI n Party at the Center on Sunday. July 13th, 7 p.m. Pi II go I Hebrew School now un struction. for thi I Continued jrom Page 1) al attempt at the Carver Village N i housing development. Other efforts which gave rise impending inquiry involved Ui very of dvnamite Israel G the steps of the Dade M • : .' Mi • : SI • • %  • In San-. Hvart iiroup Pick* Officers Court House and of the .-' nil : High School, as Iditional anti-religious lenci and desecration. Three Inquiries Spi %  ; in charge of the FBI Ro ert Wall. A %  • k that a force %  had been cmtime in exhaustive the terrorism wave sinci %  M inc ident which %  further bombNew Quarters On Beach Pansy's Flow ei S %  t the B Hotel. 6911 lins .'-. M ich. L'r • •••. MUSIC DRAMA LAUGHTER "Jewish Forum On The Air" Station: WFEC (1220 on dial) Sundays 11-12 A.M. Produced and Directed by Simon SEIDEN Director by the Greeters. ana %  PETER HELLER "You Ask — We Answer" A Program for the Entire Community -v.v. Set tl n %  • • I Hospri Di Edwin P. Presl H A tion of Great trl R. I %  • llowing the arousan inci rued pubelect: Morton M. Halpen Hi alt i indicated that • itions had • e the posf Fi A violation. will proceed on %  u as reported, and will .: • gation of ter•• '1 against Carver VIINegro leader of 'P It I been of• i that J. Edgar FBI ::re. tor. James P. I'S Attornev GenA B. Caldwell. head • I if Justice Civn. have given on top priority. • • .. vernment'a had proceeded on that civil right to freedom wen violated. Of%  •'• %  ver. were eare'"1 ti n that consideration f a case by the Grand Jury would neci uarily be follow: indictments, lamed earlv this Gbert J Balkin. director Office. Ai.ti-Def• league. Bnai B'rith. '•'•' %  welcome the news Federal Grand Jury in • launch a full-scale n of the wave of ; Speedy apprehension. and punishment of the I these acts of vio%  % %  ^mst human f worship and go a long way torn £ fisjs* s ,mi,ar eft— FLOmo N A .. aissaq In Re: ESTATE OF PAUL ELLIOTT (ilLLE NOTICE TO CREn'iT-i^ To All Creditors "m If? r ** Ing Claims or Dertwt u i? on, l Batata: A il You. and each of \-. u ,„ notified and i. J* %  clalmii and .IC-II.HII, In whi,* H either of >..„. may ),.,*, VLNt jatat. of PAUL ELUoffS 1 deceased late ,,f ,..,.. ,„. I J' 11 Ida. to thr Hon w ,• ""'!.. and rllANK I! I'.'Wnv,. Judges of Dade Cunt), „} Mann, in his office •„ iS Courihoune In Hart,. < %  „ %  .„," ^ within eight ralcnda: moi'ikl" of. hald Plalma or .!.•„., in .| toil the legal addrea* or th ^ ££# to be sworn to and |i. rented u i-ai>| HKNJAM1N PRANK, DtcnsJ To All Creditors ami All PfrKm.1 Ing Claims or Ivmanei Said Estate You, and each of >.,u, tr notified and reart,Coantjr f' to the Honorable County iud 1 >.,.!. ('ounty. .in.l ;. tht a i his office In thCounty Tour, in Hade <"ounl> I• ., witbJn aoi ralendar months from the date o(| first publiiation hereof Said cM or demands to rontsln the lend! dress of the claimant and to be sj, to and %  CoaoiUml .iloreMiil "..Mir will be ban,-,] SVItAII FRANK, As Baacutrix %  the Lutl iind Teatanv ItKNJA.MIN PRANK, aflLTOM A FRIEDMAN Attorney for Ex< i il \ 7 4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOltl NAME LAW NOTICB IS HEKKI1Y OITBll : the uiidersiKn,-!. tl, .• to en_. I business under thfi titioin nsi Hi iRSESHl 'E KEST.U I1AXT. ilj s W kth Street, U Kta.. lot] to register said nami wlla the i of the Circuit Court <( I^de Florida. \ K TATL STKTHF.N V KESel.ER \tt,,rney for Ai>|>licant %  : %  :•> W. Flagler St. /Stl-J7 7/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FiCTITIOUt| NAME LAW NOTIO 18 HER1 UY I:IVKN 1 the iitidersiKii>-Ai'Kt HARRY B SMITH Attorney for Applli U" Lincoln R-t ,'?' — 7/4-U-U NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COJ IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,] FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 28072 In Re: KMATK I'F IRVING G KOBI.KT TVCM**] T.. All Creditors and v i'ersotur Ing i "l.iliii,,: I ".! either of >"ii maj %  • %  •• • 1 n ,"! • %  .,-, of IRVINC 0 KOBLD, %  .1 late of Dade County, t., th ll..n,.ml.!. C int Ju"l Dade County, and file ihe MJ his office in the • %  inty Couriii In Dade County. Florida, *' ,hm j l lalendar months from the dte J first publication hereof ^'f/T • %  r demands to conlsm the *P> dress of the claimant and to l* to and presented %  afore Mine Will be liarred. Date June 30. A D .MIRIAM KOBL8T. As Bxecutlix %  -f ih* W and Taatameni of IRVINC G KtiHlBT^i MILTON A. nUEDMAN Attornev for teecutrlx : 4-l ll-tU IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUM^ FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAB* | COUNTY !N CHANCEK' NO. 15"35 KVKLYN WHITE, rumtlft. JOHN D. WHITE, I'Mid-inl To: JOHN D W1IITK 114 C.ormlev Rooaevelt. Long I"'-""' Nemov PUBLICATIOJ notified that a '"" f Sl*t' Dtvorea has been filed M' ( ,, and von are reoulre.l % %  %  %  „ of your Answer "X. „bli I r C up -lni "''..'.".'.Jvp.tl Attorney. HKNKV N ',•„,. F, 1„41 Seybold Building •"•JjJ Ida, *nd file the ..rUiin.1 A" Pleading In the off., c %  •> of the Circuit ,, ; ; If Ihe 1st day of Aug'.st. !; fa I to do so, JudgnM-nC w ,„_ will be taken again-' >"" rf .1. manded In the B' Plaint. „ nl JU' il l%ted this ind ^\TJ^H ^T' 3olis"w f ^r %  HENRT NIIBMEN",* 1 Attorney for I'talnll %  %  1041 Reynold Bullilm* Miami. Florida 7 4-11-ll-tS



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lY, JULY 4, 1952 •• I'M ;#nw-tr1l**.r> PAGE 13 ILIGIOUS DIRECTORY LVAS ISRAEL SYNAIE will hold Friday even%  ivices at 6:45 p.m. Satur\:ning services will be at [, with Rabbi Isaac Ever ting at the Bar Mitzvah of I Ifshin. Mincha will be p.m., followed by Maariv. • \H EL CONGREGATION ild Friday evening serv7 p.m. Saturday morning ts are scheduled for 8:30 |A class in Theology will 5:30 p.m., followed by la and Shalos Seudos. • • [H JACOB CONGREGAservices for Friday evenII be at 6:45 p.m. Saturporning services are schedjor 8:30 a.m. Mincha will i 45 p.m., followed by Shalkdos. • • ^H TFILAH CONGREGAwill hold Friday evening es at 7 p.m. Saturday ng services will be at 8:30 j Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky liscuss Ethics Of Our Fath5:30 p.m. Mincha will be |.m. • • • IELITE CENTER will hold evening services at 6 p.m. Jay morning services are liled for 8:30 a.m., with A.iaham Sachs discussing Weekly Portion. Shimele will be guest Cantor. • • • LMI BEACH JEWISH CEN*:11 hold Friday evening es ;t 6:30 p.m. Saturday ng services will be at 9 [ With Rabbi Irving Lehr)RIAN McCUNE leal Estate Consultant 03 First Federal BIdg. PHONE 3-779* LEYI JMBINGJCOMPANY •Established 1924" S.W. 3rdSL Call 9-1416 Miller Electric Co. lality Contracting and Service 820 S. W. 4th St. Phone 9-2477 I man discussing the Weekly Portion. A Bible class is scheduled I for 5:15 p.m., followed by Min%  c ha and Shalos Seudos. &f MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL | AND CONGREGATION will hold f Governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, chairman of the Federation drive for the West Miami area, treasurer of the West Miami Youth Foundation. Past Judge Advocate of the Robert Richter Post, Amvets, and the West Miami Post of the Jewish War Veterans. In addition. Judge Kalish served for two years as a member of the Zoning Board of the Town of West Miami and is legal advisor and charter member oi the New York University Alumni Association of South Florida, Incorporated. Plans have been announced by Judge Kalish for the completion of the Center building, and in i addition it is contemplated that ,four additional classrooms will b e added in the immediate fuDowntown Sisterhood Has Moonlight Cruise The Sisterhood of the Downtown Synagogue will hold a moonlight cruise on the Yacht, Seven Seas, Sunday evening, July 6th, 8 p.m. The boat will j leave from Pier No. 8, City Yacht Basin. In charge of arrangements is Mrs. Ralph Kreiger. Leonard Kalish Mire. The installation ceremonies also witnessed the office taking of Abe Blumin, 1st vice president: Nate Zeigler, 2nd vice president: Al Fogel, treasurer; Edward Holly, financial secretary; Sally Sternstein, recording secretary: and Bess Blumin, corresponding secretary. Board of Directors include: Lou Brown, Dave Burrows, Morton S. Silver, Sonny Weiner, Morris Harris, Steve Simon, Ben Harris, Morton Beigel and Morris Weiss. Board Members at Large are Martin Hammer, Jesse Teitler and Betty Breslow. Accountants Honored Three Miami Certified Public Accountants have been elected members of the American Institute of Accountants. They include Stanley B. Levitch. Bernard Olin and Willis C. Robinson, Jr. iiablen Center Open* \urseru. Kindergarten Mrs. George Chertkof, chairman of the Pre-School Commiti tee, announces that the Coral Gables Jewish Center, under the auspices of its Sisterhood, will open a Nursery and Kindergarten on September 8th. for children between the ages of three and five. School hours will be from 9 a.m. to 12 noon, and from 12:15 j p.m. to 3:15 p.m.. daily. In charge of registration are the Mesdames Chertkof, Henry Green and Edgar Miller. ACE RUG CLEANERS S.W. South River Drive Phones 9-1155