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The Jewish Floridian ( July 11, 1952 )

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bB\wiisltUEIIiDipidliiQUP Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY JME 25--Number 28 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1952 PRICE: TEN CENTS cpublicans Split On Civil ights; Anti-Semites Greeted CHICAGO (JTA) — With the Republican National Convention me. a split was reported in the Sub-Committee on Civil Rights the question of whether discrimination in employment because ee, n ligion or national origin should be dealt with by the FedGoveriUMBt or be left entirely to each of the states which have wn statutes. I suit of the split, majorhere that approximately 200 dellegates from anti-Semitic organa rei attended both | and minority reports were I v the Sub-Committee to full Committee on Resoluwhich presented a resolui.n this issue Wednesday ing to the Convention. me majority report advocated | establishment of Federal Voleer Commission to advise and, an extent, supervise the fight finst discrimination in the les and local communities. The lonty report called for "persive" — but not compulsory enforcement, with a strict kds-off policy in states and hmunities that have their own p-discrimination regulations. nine-point program for civil Ms, endorsed by the 1952 kdership Conference on Jewish Ihts, was submitted here to the fil Rights Sub-Committee of Platform Committee of the I to7"sWping ,V 'to"meet"wVth"'rep'ublican Convention. The reS entatives of the Anti-Defama[iership conference represents re than 50 major national orjiizations, including the Jewish ips. The proposed plank nations and other extreme lightwing groups gathered in two separate "conventions'' today because leaders of the meetings could not agree with each other. One meeting, under the chairmanship of Joseph Beauharnais, was greeted by a letter from Senator Herbert R. O'Conor, Maryland Democrat. Beauharnais heads the White Circle League and is listed by the Anti-Defamation League among leading hate-mongers. Criticism was aimed at Senator Joseph R. McCarthy at a larger gathering, under tne chairmanship of Mrs. L. C. Van Hyning, publisher of the anti-Jewish Women's Voice. Senator McCommon Sense, meetings. The Beauharnais meeting stressed anti-Negro agitation while the Van Hyning group felt the "real issue" should be "Jewish Communists" and the "secret government." This rift caused the separate meetings. On To Provide Good* For Israel THE HAGUE (WNS) — Representatives of West Germany, now negotiating with Israeli representatives here on the subject of reparations to Jews, have specifically offered to provide goods de! signed to aid in the development of Israel. Gershon Avner, member 01 the Israel delegation, revealed this week. Avner stated that the %  Israel delegation is negotiating on the basis of the German offer of ; 5715,000,000 but has not necessarily accepted it. "That will depend i not only on the sum of money offered, but also on the type of goods j which Germany makes available and on the time in which these ] goods can be delivered," he said. Beigin Demands Plebiscite On Hague Talks MEXICO CITY (JTA) — A world-wide plebiscite among Jews for the ratification of any agreement on reparations reached at The Hague between the government of Israel and the West German Republic was demanded by Menachem Beigin, leader of the Herut Party, at a meeting heie during the weekend arranged by the the first day, Beauhaniais drew i Revisionist Organization of Mexico. 50 people, a much smaller crowd I than the Van Hyning meeting. Eliminate Prejudice In New York, Jewish and Christian national leaders throughout the United States joined in urging the national Republican and Democratic Parties to adopt a Fair Elections Practices Code to eliminate racCarthy was hit at this meeting ] ities" and to call to the attention of political leaders any instances of appeals based on religious or racial prejudice. "Nothing is more harmful to a self-governing people," says the code, "than Charge I'aukor Took Bribes LONDON (WNS) — Anna Pauker was dismissed as Communist Foreign Minister of Rumania as a result of betrayal by another leading Rumanian woman Communist who claimed that Pauker had accepted bribes for the emigration of Rumanian Jews to Israel, according to a story published in the Sunday Express. Mrs. Pauker is alleged to have received from $100 to $1,000 for each Rumanian ial and religious prejudice from Jew who left for Israel and to have deposited the money in a secret the 1952 presidential campaign bank account she opened in the Jewish state. Two years ago. Mis. and setting up machinery to poPauker arranged to have her aged father sent to Israel, lice any violations. The code calls for organizing non-partisan, non-sectarian committees in every community in the United States "to keep a watchful eye on campaign activtion League several months ago at the home of George Sokolsky, news columnist The gathering which heard the criticism of Mcd bring the Republican Par£ ar thy, also -listened to sarcasm r support of Federal legisladirected against Senator Roberat A. Taft. This arose from TWt's repudiation of hate propagandists who included anti-Semitism to prohibit discrimination in iloyment and to the establish nt ol a federal fair employBgency armed with enforcefit powers. Anti-Semitic Groups ^'nwhile, it was reported [ruman Flays iw Makers WASHINGTON (JTA) — Presj >nt Truman early this week I llded the Senate for its "re| Mtetli failure to act affirm| Ivelv nn his recommendation the United Nations Con!: n on Genocide and expressthe hope that "the United at' s, before too long, will poin growing number of coun%  vhich are determined to tvmt and punish the hideous gi nocide." I' President's comment-; were I d in a report transmitted Congress on the role of the it<-d States in the United NaHe announced at the same Y* that "the United States Lands t,) continue expressing its "ver the systematic vio|ions of human rights and the %  rbarous practices of mass exhnination and deportation in (stern Europe and to expose fully to world indignation." • In Chicago, Senator Robert A. Jft tuld a press conference that was in favor of the Bricker polutinn now pending in the Rate, the effect of which would '" prevent United States ratifation of the UN Conventions Genocide and Human Rights.) •ne President's report covered activities, in the Middle East, fluding the efforts of the Palme Conciliation Commission Id the work of the armistice F inn. It noted that Egypt } complied with UN reso! on the Suez Canal blockI 1 "iiainst shipping for Israel. |i resident Truman declared that presence of Palestine Arab '"gees "constituted an importit threat to the well being and •pility of the entire area, as pl l as a significant element in political differences between rel and the neighboring Arab For this reason, he said. m their attacks on General Dwight Ei Th n e h V W an Hyning meeting was! Ignore* lftt*T9 attended by about 150 persons! CLEVELAND (WNS) -Genwho wore MacArthur buttons I eral Douglas Mac-Arthur has lgand heaped praise upon him as I nored two letters of a Cleveland the man who could best be exI rabbi designed to test his atti.,.< to tkP what action they tude toward political support Communist Paper Is Banned In Tel Aviv TEL AVIV (JTA) — The Communist newspaper, Kol Haam, was ordered today to close for one week for violating censorship regulations. The decision was taken by a public committee composed of representatives of the army, journalists and the Government. # e • • e Gains Control (Iff Potash Company LONDON (JTA) — An agreement providing for the sale and confusion of issues by base api transfer of all assets of the Palestine Potash Company outside the peals to racial and religious big! borders of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan to a newly-formed otry." The code was transmitted ] Israeli corporation, Dead Sea Works. Ltd., has been reached after to political party officials in tele' discussions between representatives of the Israel Government and grams signed jointly by the six the Palestine Potash Company, it was announced by the Israel legation here. The agreement, which will be formally signed in Israel in two or three weeks, is subject both to the ratification of the stockholders of the Potash company and the consent of the British Government's Ministry of the Treasury. religious leaders. petted to take what action they considered desirable. Conde McGinli v. editor of he hate sheet. from open and avowed anti-Semites. To Attempt Emigration Of Jews From Soviet *ag>&&sSni arss. .o —. the part of the Israel Government to induce Moscow to allow Soviet Jews to leave for Israel may require time, Mr. Sharett asserted that the Israel Government feels it "has a claim" in view of the fact that the Jews are the only national minority in the Soviet Union whose problems have not been solved territorially within the frame of the Soviet regime as was the case with other minorities. Estimating that Israel will be able to absorb 4,000.000 Jews within the next 10 to 15; years,Mr. Sharett said that of the 10.re v United States has contin|d tu consider a successful vroto ics>vle the critical Paine refugee "Bfpblem as of •t iroDortamV"^^ m 'Portance. 000 000 Jews now living in varyouth and ious countries of the world, about 6,000.000 reside in the Western Hemisphere. The question whether the Western Jews to the new state by oppression as was the case with Jews in other countries, the Israeli statesman declared. Stating that he was happy to establish that what happened to Jews in Europe cannot happen to the Jews in the United States, Mr. Sharett at the same time emphasized that his trip throughout the United States has convinced him that American Jewry, in its majority, is greatly interested in helping Israel in all possible ways. The question to what extent American Jewish intelligensia will go Israel Greets Truman, Acheson On July 4th JERUSALEM (JTA) -Acti: g President Joseph Sprinzak and Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion. in cables to President Truman and Secretary of State Dean Acheson on the occasion of Independence Day, expressed the wish that the United States "may be granted the long use of their tremendous resources for the advancement of human progress" and may "enjoy peace, prosperity and happiness." • • • • • Senator Greet* Anti-Semite Groups • CHICAGO (WNS) — US Senator Herbert R. O'Conor, Maryland Democrat, sent a letter of greeting to one of the two conventions of anti-Semitic groups that were held here last weekend for the purpose of influencing the forthcoming Republican National Convention. The group to which Senator O'Conor sent a greeting was presided over by Joseph Beauharnais. head of the White Circle The other anti-Sin. itic and anti-Negro convention was chairmanship o: Mrs. L. C. Van Hyning. publisher of the Women's Voice. The Van Hyning meeting was attended 50 persons, who wore MacArthur buttons and praised as the man who could best be expected to take what action they considered desirable. • • • • Leftists Protest Sabbath Ban At Demonstration TEL AVIV (JTA) — The left-wing Mapam and Communists held small demonstrations here to protest against the ban of vehicular traffic on the Sabbath. Members of both opposition groups were told to come on bicycles, skates and donkey carts. The new restrictions are part of a fuel-conservation program. Jewish I rged To Heal Broad-Mindedly MUNICH (JTA) — An appeal to the German authorities and delegation at the reparations talks with Israel at The Hague to deal broad-mindedly and with an absence of bureaucracy with the issues involved was made here by Dr. Otto Kuester. original deputy chairman of the German delegatior.. who resigned in protest against the Government position last Spring. Dr. Kuester severely condemned Dr. Franz Schaeffer, German Minister of Finance, who, he to Israel to strengthen the coun, said ha( j no c ] ear understanding of "objective law." He said that try is. therefore, a challenge to i repa ra tiors payments to Israel could create the possibility of a new the American Zionist movement, I German -legal spirit." he said. Expects No Oppression Here Thelsrael Foreign Minister, who during his present :stay in the United States visited many large and small Jewish communUes emphasized that the misery e ,hich has driven Jews from other countries to emigrate to Israel before and after the war does not exist among Jews in the Nor is there an; president been elected a and expressed nope max [executive head oi tna: organization ior me. M was announced here American Jews will understand I by Dr. Samuel S. Hollender, chairman of the Union's executive the need to comply with his ap| board. .... peal. The convention was addressed also by s. Shazar, former i j ew ish Labor Committee Forms Separate Body hrDo^km St m e 0 mb^r U o7S : jS: NEW YORK (JTA)The Jewish Labor Committee on Monfsh AgeScy TxTculrve njeruday announced the establishment of a commission to celebrate the iatemEh" Hayim Greenberg, 300th anniversary of Jewish life m America. "We will especially member of the Jewish Agency emphasize the role which the mass immigration of Jews played in m f !" ,..1L' ML, vrk. .* Mrtthe development of our country and of our Jewish community." executive in New York; and MelKV^redicrThal American ech Neu. Mapai leader in Israel. the development the announcement said.



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Uy.JULY 11. 1952 *Je*lsli Ih^Uktr PAGE 3 A 7/ Say... Wre the Chicago Convention, prosaic Robert A. [appeared to have the edge on his more glamourous Ike" Eisenhower. This was due far more to efU organization than personal popularity. The Bug day disclosed that many people have awakenp the ruthless tactics of the Taft machine. The r.ift Chairman of the Republican Party. Guy Gab3:1. justified his steamrolling with the blur.t retort: is a parliamentary matter and not a moral quesMr. Taft has not repudiated his Chairman's ttD. IERISM fact, Senator Taft has often displayed callous in%  rence towards issues of high moral significance. Ins attitude toward Adolph Hitler. Was he ever ked by Hitler's wrecking the Weimer Republic? us smashing of German liberties? By the sadistic jii'i g in concentration camps? By the unprecedented t murders? If so, he never registered disapproval, [throughout that lurid epoch of savagry and gangIs,,,, the Senator enveloped himself with an isolation ISOLATIONIST fe can only wonder whether Mr. Taft really underthe menace of Hitler. Perhaps he did not care. jid he secretly admire that monster's ferocity and Deity? One thing is clear: American Isolationism "most acceptable to Nazi aspirations. An isolationpolicy signified indifference that was not very far i endorsement. It carried an implication that Hitcapers were quite all right, and no concern of the lA. OBSTRUCTIONIST Jut Mr. Taft did more than stand aloof. He actually feted the forces of evil. As senator he voted against lire of American vessels before Pearl Harbor. He tested the Selective Service Act, or its extension. houcht against repealing the Neutrality Act, which fcetie the sale of war materials to belligerents, that Btitain, France, Holland, Belgium, Norway, and ...rk in the coming war. LEND-LEASE World War II had engulfed Europe. Nation after nation was writhing under the iron boots of Storm Troopers. In desperation FDR. urged the Lend-Lease Act. which authorized the U.S. to supply war materials to the Allies. This act was the greatest single factor in preventing defeat of Britain, the only power left in Europe to fight Hitlerism. Yet Senator Taft described Lend-Lease as a measure to make Uncle Sam the biggest and best Santa Claus the world had ever seen. He used every bit of influence to defeat this measure almost on the eve of Pearl Harbor. THE NURENBERG TRIAL The Senator did assist in the creation of Medinat Israel. But he was deeply indebted to Abba Hillel Silver. The Jewish vote in Ohio was certainly a factor that helped to elect him by a narrow margin in the 1944 Senatorial campaign. But was he really touched by the extermination of 6,000,000 Jews? Mot from his attitude towards their murderers. When the 22 top Nazis were tried at Nurenberg, Senator Taft declared his opposition to bringing these fiends before any international bar of justice. COMMUNISM Is Taft Fit For The Presidency? By HARRY SIMONHOFF armed forces already sent. The following year, he favored the pulling of all U.S. troops out of Korea. Six months later, he demanded more militant measures, even at the risk of war with Russia, an approval of Douglas Mac-Arthur's stand. Three mor.ths thereafter, he branded the Korean War as "utterly useless and expensive." Half a year went by, and he demanded an invasion of China by Chiang Kai-shek's Nationalists, even though it would involve the U.S. in a great and endless war in Asia. UNITED NATIONS The test of any statesman's integrity is his attitude towards permanent peace. With all its defects, the United Nations is by far the best instrument that has yet been devised for the prevention of war. Why Mr. Taft should resist ar.d ridicule this world organization passes understanding. As far back as August 26, 1943, the Senator voiced objections against the creation of international machinery as a means of maintaining peace. This queer attitude suggests the basic isolationist, the provincial careerist, the yokel who betrays a pathologic distrust of all foreigners. GENOCIDE Leaning to power politics, or playing to German constituents might explain his apathy towards Hitler. But the Senator seems to exhibit a similar blindness to the Communists. He opposed the Breton Woods agreement for the financial rehabilitation of Europe, a measure designed as a protective device against conquest by Russia. He resisted the sending of military missions to Greece and Turkey, countries that became strong bastions against Russia. He was "absolutely opposed" to the Marshall Plan for economic aid t^Europe and Asia as a prevention to the spread of Communism. KOREA On the Korean War, Senator Taft's position is curiously ambivalent. His first reaction was that the President had illegally intervened in Korea; yet the policy was sound and he would vote approving the use of Mr. Taft's intuitive leanings towards Nazi philosophy is best reflected in his alleged favoring of Senate Resolution 130. Significantly this motion introduced by Ohio's Senator Bricker was apparently inspired by Rankin of Mississippi, America's No. 1 anti-Semite. This resolution aims to prevent the U.S.A. from ratifying the U-N. Genocide Convention already signed by 38 nations. It is the boast of the junior senator of Ohio that Mr. Taft has joined him in obstructing the Human Rights program sponsored by the UN. that seeks protection for religious or cultural groups in danger of annihilation. This is understandable in the venomous John W. Rankin. But it is incomprehensible why Robert A. 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The newspapers also reported that two more prominent Jews in Rumania have been removed from party office in the latest Communist Party political purge. They are Bercu Feldman, member of the Rumanian Communist Politburo and chairman of the Jewish Democratic Committee, and Sherban Leibovitz, of the Hashomer Hatzair. A Yugoslav News Agency report quoted by the press here today asserts that Rumania's second deputy Foreign Minister Anna Toma, a close associate of Anna Pauker and like her a Jew, is missing and believed to be under arrest. See or Phone Me NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. •07 Bltcayne Bldg. 19 W. Flagler St. Enjoy Kellogg's lorn Flakes Those big. crisp golden Hakes thcrt aro always so sweet and fresh are acceptable in all Jewish homos. So have the kind of dairy meals you can look forward to by keeping plenty of Kellogg's Corn Flakes on hand. Get it in the big family-size package and enjoy it often. -Tfc. 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DITORIAL In Meinoriain Two significant memorial dates will be commemorated on Sunday and Monday of next week: July 13th, the anniversary of the death of Theodor Herzl. and July 14th, that of Chaim Nachman Bialik. The calendar of a living people is enriched by slow but constant accretion. Generation by generation, some major event occurs which strengthens its being, augments its culture and tradition and adds to its ideals. Such has been the case with the lives of Herzl and Bialik, each man symbolic of a heightened aspect of Israel's existence. The one established a practical structure for fulfilling a 2,000year-old Jewish dream; the other contributed to Hebrew culture, employing what had previously been considered a dead lanauage as the instrument of his lyric poetry and showing bv literary experience that language's adaptability to contemporary needs. In a larger sense, Bialik's historic function may be described as the emotional preparation of Jewry for the new task of nation-buildinc. With the probing genius of a areat poet, he expressed its nostalgia for the dying world of the pious, self-contained Jewish town. He portrayed its changing value? through a new emphasis on heroism, self-defense and the rebuilding of Zion. But the nation would never have been bud: without the political and organizational vision ci Herzl. Spruna from a European culture very far from that of Bialik's Russian-Polish Jewry, he saw the Jewish guestion through the eyes of modern statesmanship. He brought it out of the realm of folklore and prayer into the arena of world ool*lr*. I'JUilicrs Z//eJrf&t %  '< % %  iinii Jewi< Ius %  • nt organii %  ns t East G !" ~ v" • si provid tast c • • justici *• ligatioi • T % %  mpenhilly as | J< w result to enact • Isi u an ; .1. u -: re By NATHAN ZIPRIN Crackpots And Politics c; ral i i. K Smith and his lanning to utilize n convention in trum for the nd anti-SemitSmith is said to be planning one of the boldest moves in his notorious career — physical reisure of the platform by his Ami :. idem de lai %  : W %  : < ttle • lewish vie: Nazism and to be i nsibil%  % %  In Ij assumed : ibilitatioi n fully I %  • II the War Criminals Goal And F. I i & %  ; ... t nati Altai • J*o-Hi.,er active ," : %  • 2 1 %  • ; Nazi crackpot followers during to* M \l ?'. ,he convenl 'n turmoil. it inis bold scheme is not thwarted by immediate action. Smith intends to lake the platform and deliver an anti-Semitic address coupled with a vitriolic attack on Ike the Jew." Republican een advised <.f this nd if the incident '•' '; •' %  • rding to Smith* I.';" 1 thi American people will know'where to place the blame ;• •>!;.. the protestations of P „. ';'• al 'eaders that they neither licit the s,ipp,„t of !" Smiths and his foul ilk. in £";? %  ,he Jw haters plan to th !" ,„ C nven "n with more caflet. ; h K Usand anti-Semitic h 3 I; Thls ,0 has b*en brought to the attention of the convention arrangers. [, fact pai rs to ** iSon C u Uncil nulli,i d !" ent" *•*••• by it. plarlcs Q %  Vl.T io ,. ln,lucnce the both pohtical parties happens if the platform ,of the Republican Party them and incorporate i pro-Israel plank? Will gentlemen then urge their: lowart not to vote Repu If one of the political should take then position, 1 they then advocate support] that party even at th r;sk| rejecting their own thesis regard to the Jewish vot! think those gentlemen haven ed themaelvi %  on the dilemma from which they not be able to extri selvea without serioui nan to their digmtv and pants .1 Is That The Way To Fight Communism? New York City was | learn this week that the pn der.t of one of the city*! Ian department stores had distri ted anti-Semitic literature %  hil elose friends. The gentk in question was Philip Le tilier. head of Best and pany, who included Jews an the recipients of the scur propaganda. When th* n was brought to his attention. I gentleman apologized, declui I that he thought the literatunj question contained only Communist propaganda. \\\ lv accept the apol % but question -still n could a man of Mr standing allow under nil name X I inn "n it. Published *very Fndi/ •'"'• -J oy The Jewish Floridi.in at 1 "J S'th street. Miami 18, I *• H '" %  ed at tecond-cUn matter MJ '930, at the Pcit Offi = f Ml Fl*., under the Act of Marcher The Jewish Fioridi.i i has •a* 5 the Jewish Unity ."nd the J" Weekly. Member of the Je-nn I" ,ioe : p^cuteguiit;^ ; ,..;. %  • and %  • %  • i antic dile m ; defined and (:::,| y applied." nil Jewish i-inrm:.i" •• cu.ir.'intee the Kaahrutb of tnej chandlM artvertleen l In It" £S SUBSCRIPTION "* TE |i M One Year Two Veers J FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publither LEO M1NDLIN Nrwe Editor OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141—2-82" FRIDAY. JULY U.J*ftJ VOLUME 25 NUMBB" TAMMUZ 18. 5.12



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*~ ^v T* w r IAY. JULY 11, 1952 *• Jewish tkvkUari PAGE 5 A k-^'W'WWWWWWWX, Our UN Newsletter By ARTHUR LEWIS (Copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) NITED NATIONS — The latest changes in the Egyptian Gov, nt have come at a time when the Israeli delegation has been jnsultation with the sponsoring powers here of the Security cil resolution calling on the Egyptian Government to stop its %  ference with shipping bound for Israel through the Suez Canal. During the last few weeks, the delegation has had two meetwith rcpres-


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PAGE 6 A +Jeistncridta£_ FRIDAY. JULY All week I've been purring privately like a kitten over a saucer of eam because, although a columnists meat is news. 1 m of the opinion thai it's Readers. This conviction was touched off by a Sunday newspaper s statement, in which a male columnist chortle, w.ih pleasure orer Sphi Tucker's regularly-mailed batch of dipp fj**KE?l & thev mention Miss Tucker but the tear-sheets furnish else. jits and pots on other performers. And. states he. a columnist s meat is rews." Well. Miss Tucker's nsver sent me a bundle, so I've never experienced this repture. And if she did. I wouldn t know what lc .-nake of it ... I will take people in person, any time. Consic.rcbly more exciting. Ar.d their reactions are so stimulating. F instan e. there it was 9 j f this wl tr. Svd Gotl : -' %  hen th sigl I imn shot her u| dial t.'.e phone and say: "But you s so ei rugfc: at 1 Monte C I n't m you evei • tunning." 1 in{ :e ma Mil Earlier that same day, however, Jennie Bennett had mentionec :.n the office of the Miami Beach Hotel Association, "I was diseppointed in your column this week." "I often am." I didn't recognize." she wer.t on. "the name of a sincie person I know." 3ut • ral • •: %  lertru .• v .. Saturday night n-.u : • ni a Hello ol hei ; ng. "All I i: s. I read y >ui I %  %  • %  Don't a thai I said I love it." Lik • ere 1 Afl i he lit u ..." y asking. "M id • ". : I %  %  %  %  'Jpon the heels of this huge triumph — another Reader, you see! — Ce..-ne the episode with Dr. Sam Kaplan. It proves whatdivine bala.-.ce arrrnges our world. Like gentlemai tva: md % %  loubtfully 1 n i !:• And thereafter Lati zing i ; I • I this pi frowi An not a \. nist in I Mis phonett He ag I vis.te re to the B Hoi Sun neert for Sal '%  '. %  : ma [blushed f Of course.' ] v you But 1 y rsonahty —" pologize, "I fatigu A •:• : tough da; W ting pi tures. tee\ I i lalit; n • %  n tod ai : t The night before was better, when a phone call buzzed in from the Seacomber's Manny Mandel. An explosive. "So this car aicve up right beside me at the red light, and they shouted. Manny did you see your name in the paper?' 1 I "• %  %  • i '• % %  I • r •-.-. • : Sun Tl %  % %  %  %  1 wondl what paper, wl • an thej talking ab n i New Yoj* Times maybe? This bothers m( intil I s. Sa Chaftez and Stan Lebpw, who reveal all. "Listen." he ended urgently -it i-.. • need a cup of coffee or a salami sandwich—" The same pattern wrapped around Ira Gottfried. Id dropped in for a fast haircut at his Joan's beauty shop and he am ti j in mid-air. "Start clipping me." I told him T Wait, I have to tell you something. Was it a Surprise Oui West Miami a neighbor drove past and hollered, 'Did ru %  in the papers? You and Julie?" "So juhe and I went to the corner right away and told t e ma-. Our na.-r.es in the pap. %  : %  Which one'" 'Right here.' By mail (I'm still purring, Charlotte Shalom had written"Im TV „l e P r:n ^ s w-orn out. By telephone, P n ft Thank you: but frankly. I've oeen annoyed with you a" havent dropped in to see our new And a personal visit ten minutes ago from FreH anri HAA,fnte^ U ^ f % mmand S Wh0 roch I said cautiously. "You liked—"" "—liked." thev chorused IhSfftmaVincn' %  : I f,at maLe?a r ^.um t n b o y r S a ay colum^st ,here "" ? %  *"> Its people — like you! VVeinstein, Nagel Meet In Television (; a Wed At Biscayne Terrace Last Sunday Dr and Mrs. Philip Weinstein. the University of Miami of 1516 SW 12th Street. Miami, she was active in Kappa'p, announce the marriage of their pha Epsilon Rho and Theta .daughter. Maraery. to Paul NMpha Phi. L| Jr., son of Mr and Mrs^ Paul M r. Nagel is a graduate „• '.,-' N „_,,. mi SW 11th Streetamj Beflch ^ e o Th,wedding took place, last ^.^ J ttoo] and here Lois .laconson Retmthal Told %  %  i : ..: M %  7849 I 1 (tended lian I %  W •.: %  %  if ., %  • %  • v. %  |. Estelle Litr Betrothal Of Lit/. Carpey Told North Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lit/. 3424 SW 5th Street, announce the en ighter. Es %  II A. C rpi soi %  • Mrs Going Formal? t • Air Cc V Ui C : : irt*' Mendelsohn's, Inv. Strictly Kosher -.••; RESTAURANT end CATE^RS • and Royal Palm Avenue. Miami Beach, Fla. Telephone 58-7074 J Complete Dinners from 1.65 READ A GOOD BOOK FROM OUR LENDING LIBBABY (or select a book to give somone as a remembrance) Also in Our Library: STATIONERY GREETING CARDS BAR MITZVAH and CONFIRMATION CARDS Morris Brothers 1261 Washington ~ „. *Jn Miami Beach Form.il w e h at is (ret •'/led, proD fitted. 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Ml '• %  • w ith Kabbi S it ing, Mrs. • %  vi son, M :. ... .. I Doris. V ge of Monumcnl Companj Fi ii i lives are Mrs. Paul Nagel. Jr. ment. He is a veti r n of Wa War II. havinu rved in Army Air Force The newly-wed i ip!e met I a result >f I eini vision play. T: e :::age possl They have e ttfj|, in numerous productions toge er. A reception ai linner lowed the cen n • the \ Following a two week ho moon trip to N \ -. \Va>hington. the couple .vill at home at 3627 SW 26th Ten Formal Rental Service We maintain our own tailoria depi.. therefore, perfect fit i prompt lervice assured. Coral Gables Men's Shi 2527 Ponce de Leon 83-6S MR. and MRS. SAMUEL DRE1SEN wish to thank all of their friends for their many kindnesses and sympathy during their recent bereavement % urdines... .. SUJUAUU :z~...w %  lie home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS Ml off Miami Miami Beach Ft. 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jenistncr/Jnr^ ; ., x rTTn Q Tarn rsi FRIDAY, JULY n/,^, Behren, Rosen To Wed In New York Mrs. Lestei A Bi : 2261 S\V 20th Stre. •: • ,.: >l a i. hter. Bari ara Tina, I i StanRosen, son i I Mr. and Mrs. Rosen, Bronx. New York. nated B High School i ember of the Junior D> K < n at1 nd V and i t, | itl i clol i rn York Cil n Now Christia* nonutvs To Initvil Appeai MINNEAP( : IS WNS tor and publis I ntainmg ES501 ed Jewish Ap| • • %  ; Dak Writtei F. A. V %  k in 1 550 madi it to I T a Gentile I the gift in I A ask thai • • • :' : o 11 The %  %  .-.• %  Si ISTi.'v'.'.u !'^M. nr .r JWBS FIELD SERITICE %  %  official %  Shared Speaks To EIllJL£ISIIII ri-\i r %  • ;,. Dfl Elt.idc De L.i Republic.! Dom nShenandoah JUT. II %  1 and a member ol the • le Sunday Si I in his honor will I v at the Lincoln Man I • .V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V. MUSIC DRAMA LAUGHTER "Jewish Forum On The Air" S'crtion: WFEC (1220 on dial) Sundays 11-12 A.M. Produced and Directed by Simon SEIDEN Director PETER HELLER "You Ask — We Answer" A Program for the Entire Community OFFICERS P. J. SERRALLES THEODORE A. DAVIS. JR. 1 'l • EDUARDO MORALES J. M. GARCIA W. C. PAYNE '.' %  : • ni E. A. GERARD !'. ild.r.t G. D. FAHRNER W. E. BOYD AfMUui I \ C. H. McINTIRE Al • %  •,-!.. n i A J. L. HALL FRANCES P. LYONS W. R. CONWAY DIRECTORS P. J. SERRALLES J. L. CABASSA First VI e C • •. GUILLERMO CABRERA THEODORE A. DAVIS. JR. A. J. HARRIS lent, M ,.,.-• v; CECIL P. HOLLAND :•••• Al Ml \,... KENNETH S. REYES SHELBY P. LANGSTON WILLIAM LIEBOW EDUARDO MORALES JA. ROIG Pn lit. Fe G. H. SALLEY H Bank M. M. WEISS lent, TooUy-Myron Sfrtioa HERMAN H. WIRSHING of MIAMI Pan American Bank Building 117 N. E. First Avenue. Miami, Fla. Founded December 1, 1945 Stalt'invnt of Condition AS OF JUNE 30. 1952 RESOURCES Cash :S 6.713.894.45 Government Bonds 7,370,969.05 State, County and Municipal Bonds 3,552,289.30 Dther Bonds and Securities 306,792.05 Federal Reserve Bank Stock 34.050.00 Obliqations Fully Guaranteed By U. S. Government 1.718.669.50 Loans and Discounts Fully Secured 6.440,140.41 Business and Other Loans Customers' Liability Letters ol Credit. Accruals and Other Assets TOTAL RESOURCES DEPOSITS Accruals Letters ci Credit... Capital (Common Stock) LIABILITIES Surplus, Undivided Profits and ^se^ZII' % 729.3M.51 TOTAL LIABILITIES Serving th* Greater Miami Area Connections Throughout Latin America $26,136 804.76 $ 1.715,970.43 142.664.54 389,889.65 $28,385,329.38 $26,719,916.98 43,367.35 142.664.54 1.479.380.51 $287385.329.38 COMPLETE BANKING FACILITIES %  • %  • I it Vault! • • Collection Department t • Ei • m Deputaeal Commercial Bankinc ForeiRn Department Savings Accounts Member Federal Reserve System Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporatic



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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY PAGE 9 9 BETH DAVID CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m. The series of late Friday evening services conducted by lay members is scheduled for 8:30 p.m., with a scrmonette to be delivered by Harry Simons. His topic is scheduled as: The Ethics Of Our Fathc is And The American Constitution. Saturday morning services will be at 9 a.m., with Rabbi Max Shapiro discussing the Weekly Portion. Mincha will be ;it 6:30 p.m, • • • BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 7 p.m. Saturday morning services are scheduled for 8:30 a.m., with a class in Theology following at 5:30" p.m. Mincha will be at 6:15 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. • • BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning services are scheduled for 8:30 a.m. Mincha will be at ti:45 p.m., followed by Shalos | Seudos. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will discuss The Weekly Portion. morning services will be at 9 %  •m.. with Samuel Richman chanting the liturgy. Rabbi A1 fred Waxman will discuss The Weekly Portion. Afternoon services will be at 5:45 p.m., followed by a talk on Ethics Of The Fathers. Morris Harris will be host at Shalos Seudos. 2AMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold Saturday morning servRnH u r? £&. witn Reverend Rudolf E. Brill officiating Harvey Glaser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Glick. will be Bar ftfitzvah at that time. ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6 p.m. Saturday morning services are scheduled for 8:30 a.m., with Rabbi Abraham Sachs discussing The | Weekly Portion. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at E 15 p.m. Guest speaker will be |Dr, Frederick B. Rauth, Assistant Professor of Human RelaItions at the University of Mih.iiii. Cantor Samuel Kelemer I will render the musical portions I of ;ill services. • • • TEMPLE ISRAEL will hold [Friday evening services at 8:15 li with Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, IK ii Emeritus, officiating. SatI morning services will be |at 11 a.m., when the Bar Mitzvah Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. lAhaham Weiss, will take place. TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will hold Saturpa\ morning services at 9 a.m., nth Reverend George Goldberg iating and discussing The Iwi kly Portion. • • • WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENER schedules Friday evening ices for 6:45 p.m. Saturday VACATION By DAVID SCHWARTZ (Copyright, M, Jtwlah Twlsajraphio Annoy, Inc.) At this time of the year, when everyone wants to nlav hookey from work and take a vacation we may recall the story of Rabbi Eliezer Ben Israel, the great Ball Shem Tov of the Chassidim. As a child, we are told, he liked to play hooky from Chedcr and retire to the woods. He was in love with Nature, and he brought the freedom of the open space back into the synagogue. The I fields were his Hebrew school and the trees taught him the Talj mud. Books have their use, but he j said that some people studied the Torah so much, they overlooked God. It was like a painter who copied photographs, instead of painting directly from models. He was an anomaly as a young man. A young fellow loafing in the woods, instead of bending over the sacred folios. A young man who was content to take the most demeaning positions, to dig lime for a living, to serve as a janitor, to tend bar. Where was his ambition? Yet the discriminating could recognize his unusual quality. A leader of the community, impressed by his character, pledged the young man his daughter as a bride. Shortly after, the man died. But Eliezer Ben Israel visited the home of the young woman. Her brother opening the door. NEW LOCATION Day Phone 88-6846 Night Phone 87-0055 Dade Refinishers FURNITURE SAND BLASTING & TROPICAL REFINISHING 5002 East 10th Lane. Hialeah, Fla. B. D. BINDSCHADLER M. F. SCALES taking him for a beggar, put a coin in his hands. "I don't want that," he said. "I want your sister." The brother was horrified that this tramp should think of marrying her, but the sister looked at Eliezer and took his hand and went with him. In the woods, he had gotten to know a great deal about herbs ; and he would prescribe herb medicines for sick people. But he soon found that he could also hca! people without herbs, with words; that he could heal with ideas and thoughts dropped, not in the mourns, but in the minds of people. He recognized that most sicknesses, are, as w c say today, psychosomatic, that most people are fife 1 S Ck '" the r P hilos Ph'es of The story is told of Dr. Krantz. the only Reform rabbi in the ?Ki < ? odessa that when he established his home there, he placed a sign in front of his house, reading simply: Dr. Krantz. An old Jewish woman who had tried all the physicians in the vicinity for her rich assortment of ailments decided to try the new doctor. So she went in to see him. "{. am T sorry," said the Reform rabbi. "I am not a medical doctor, I am a doctor of philosophy." "Philosophy!" said the old lady, "what kind of sickness is that?" Philosophy can be a sickness, but it can also be a medicine and healing. The Baal Shem Tov believed that religious concepts which emphasized gloom were wrong. God was everywhere. With God everywhere at his side, man should not fear. God was good. Even evil, he held, contained good. God wants us to be cheerful, he held, and He withdraws from us, when we give way to melanTholy. He believed the happy person was more apt to be the good person. If you are happy, you will tend to make others happy. The chief sin is melancholy. Almost overnight, he created a revolution in Judaism as hundreds of Chassidic synagogues, following his ideas, were established. He created a revolution without firing a gun. It was the testimony to the vitality of his ideas. A great idea conquers without an army. We run to cmbrace it. Memorial For Herzl, Blallk The memorial date of the death of Dr. Theodore Herzl and Chaim Nachman Bialik will be commemorated on Sunday morning, 11 a.m., over station WFEC. Rabbi Max Shapiro, president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Council and spiritual leader of Beth David Synagogue, will appear on Simon Seiden's Jewish Forum of the Air, eulogizing the founder of Zionism and the. famous Hebrew poet. Dr. Herzl's Yahrzeit falls on Sunday. Bialik's is on Monday. May Cut Canal LONDON (JTA) — The London Daily Graphic reported today that American engineers are re-examining the Israel Government's plan for a canal that would stretch from the Red Sea through the Negev to the Mediterranean, as an alternative to the Suez Canal. € n gr* vi it g Company commercial social hotel calling cards monogrami invitation* wadding announcement s / dial 2-8164 I2a n. •. sixth street mi ami 3 2, florida MIAMI BEACH / p o p s / Third Concert — Sun., July 13th Univ. of Miami Summer Symphony John Bitter. Cor.ductor RUGGIERO RICCI Miami Beach Auditorium Air-Con litioned Re*. Table Seats $1.50 Unre*. Seat* *• $1.00 — 60c For Reservations Call 5-0477 Deerborne School ANNOUNCES ITS OPENING WITH THE FALL TERM, SEPTEMBER 8,.1952 PRESCHOOL • KINDERGARTEN • GRADES I VIII Now Under Construction at 311 SEVILLA AVENUE, CORAL GABLES Utilizing the Most Modern Innovations in School Architecture Address Inquiries to: MARVIN S. 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fJenistfkri^L FRIDAY, JULY n, sal PAGE 10 A Miami Named As Headquarters For Israel Bonds H State -,_ %  tions i I I be local %  Milton S. Malakoff day. M lakoff. recenl I Florida State manager for th A • tenFinancial and Dc tion for Israel, said the was made to centralize sale :ds from on-fnci in the The local office will re located in Room 1401. Congress Building, and will handle the commuri ( : Jacksonville. Tamps. St. Petersburg. Orlando. Lakeland. Gainesville. Daytona Beach. Hollywood. Ft. Lauderdale. West Palm Beach and smaller towns. Operations for the sale of Israel Bonds in Greater Miami will contirue to be directed from the 1622 Collins Avenue office m Miami Beach. The S500.000.000 State of Israel Independence Bond Issue was launched May 1. 1951. To date. more than 400.000 persons have purchased S135.000.000 in bonds, lndsutrial and agricultural development designed to help Israel achieve ecor.omic self-sufficiency already is in full progress, as a result of proceeds of the first year's campaign in the United States. Malakoff said. ••Florida is rapidly becoming one of the most significant states in the country insofar as aid to Israel is concerned." he added, as he reported that plans for tensive drives ir. every Jewish community in I state are u.-.der way. ZOA President Sees a Between You and Me" iLopyi rriaht. It Bv BORIS SMOLAR Jewish Tel iraphi A| i : .toed by Ibe opposition %  a!I competing 1, reallj split the orgar i; los ,„ g ips is a ..:: •:•• %  :• %  in .. attempt to ers ipwitl -tbe}ng|pln ; : JIA; r for increase membership, the ZOA empi ^ resulu irect mail sohcitat in Bu. tiis, ^ The new ZOA admtajstrat.on w.U addresses a. the ZOA and active president in Rabbi MMe • ho iU> no convention hare proven him a good ora!or '"^ m tance speech. %  nr\ the ever, by his demonsuauve aosen. ^ ^ S£2?JSi &3J • f "MB movemer.t should be above personal grievances • • • BEHIND THE SCENES: Non-Zionist groups in this country^andin Eurooe re trving to ascertain how seriously the Isiae Go\ern Sent fell? atbut expanding the Jewish Agency to include nonZiontato They consider that the government's attitude is more mportant'in this" respect, than the present Agency executive.since • ey assume that the Agency is not interested in sharing j^osition with the non-Zionists This ..sumption docs r.ot seem to be justified in the light of the statement mads by Dr. Nahum Goldman = 1 the ZOA convention, urging the development of the Jewish Agency as a body in which Zionists and nor-Zionists could carry joint responsibility for financial aid to Israel The opinion among •:;,• non-Zionists is that i: the Israel Government really welcomes the active participati n of i or.-Zionist gi 'dies 'tandto gi n a great deal from actively entering t i Israel scene The influence whicl thev could exert in Isi ght well extend even into the field of educating the new and raw populat.on. helping to ard guide it toward g tizi I However, the question of non-Zionist participation in the Jewish Agency seems to I hallanriinff. PoriAfl d-pend largely on whether the bill on the flatus of the Agency is vllQilvlfy'HM I Cl IVU raed by the Israel Parliament in its present form, or whether it undergoes basic changes The bill envisages the enlargement of Agency as the most desirable aim of the Israel Government Shown above are members of the Ring Theater Production. Both Your Houses, which formally opened at the University of Mk last Monday evening. Reading clockwise from lower left .„ Marion Ettie. Joseph Wetsel. Joe Purnell. Dale Murphy. Bill* Richards. Bill Schledinger. Jim Branch. Adele Weaver. Peter Bit. cia. Ben Sachs and Kenneth Reid. Crowded Ring Theater Views Opening 01 Pulitzer Award Play, Both Your Houses In a letter earlv .week addr< ss< to the publisher of The Jew.sh Floridi Fred K. Shochet. Rabbi Irving Miller, newly-elected president of the Zionist Organization of An ica. expressed the feeling that the ZOA was embarking upon difficult tin* "We are now entering one of the m -t critical and challenging periods in the history of the Zit Movement."' Ratbi Miller wrote. "If we act in the spirit h characterized our Organization during the struggle for reation of Israel, I m %  hall succeed." th in? Agency ds ine RNH aeaiiouc ami ui me uicci U^..H.IC.H But while the Israel Government would sinererely welcome such expansion, leaders 01 the World Zionist Organization have no similar desire ... It must, there! be expected that differences will occur between the government and th World Zionist Organization with regard to thi implementation of certain provisions of the bill "n t e Agency's li gal status These differences, .t is believed, will find expressi n w hen the bi mi %  %  n I I ael Parliament. A MOVING DIARY: Si mething different ha appi ared in the literature i n Jewi e under the Nazis S mi th ng very moving, which will attract unprecedented ttcrt n ... it is Anne Frank. u young Jewish girl who, for two years, lived together with her fi nd 11 othei Jews, in an attuhiding from the Naz in Holland She was finally discovered by the Gestapo shortly before the liberation of Holland by the Allies and died in the Nazi camp of Eergen-Bclscn Her diary, in which she recorded her experiences and impressions during the er.tire period that shs was in hiding, was found by her friends in Holland and published the r -> The extraordinaty intellij i plaved bv : u 14-ye r-old girl in her writing is bot •• t %  %  %  „ a2 j nB %  2 1 ls '•" '• ; : I ising style 11 r d,.d A warm, crowded Ring Theater at the University of Miami witnessed the formal opening of Maxwell Anderson's play. Both Your Houses, last Monday evening. The political satire, which humorous if didactic fun at Washington corruption, is undei the direction of Professor Sam Hirseh. University Drama Department faculty member. The tei' i rfection "f the H production easily equals in exceUenci ecer.t Broadway presentat ns : taged <>n Mian i Beach, and, indeed, with the except the Hi rbert Bc-rghofL'ta Hagen-Luther Adlir interpretation of T h, surpasses them. Needli l lay, Professor Hirsch's draniatii work i always professionally satisfying, His rec|ent product i f Thi Taming Of The Shrew and Romeo And Juliet vied moii than favorably in setting, lighting and costumes with the work of finished company .I The opening performance of Both Your Housi is no excep• Hap] Hii seems also t av< oven n hi re the mmn on qu ility that plagui groups, for onthe an.ng less than uniformly fine. Bill S as Solomon Fit; : traj the bomin turned cynic and slight li ith a dethat lenies the scope of his experience. Perhaj slightly overdone at times. 3 satiric interpretation is nevertheless more than satisfying. Also credible is the performance i Jim Branch as Alan McClean, the naive, muckraking youngster who attempts to destroy the corrup tion of a political machine that took years to build. Billie Richards, as Bus, his secretary-accomplice, also performs smoothly and professionally. Others who must be acclaixd are Kenneth Reid as Sirr.eoi Gray, and Peter Barcu as Wiaj Watt. The unusual conjunction ofl good acting a--d directing maka Both Your Houses delightful stage entertainment The value | of the Hirseh production is eve* J more heightened at the mon-ent, 1 for its cynical approach casB i thoughtful light on the currrt Presidential election campaign. Both Your Houses will na through July 19th. LA oaded them-into-ca-tire";ruck;' d f e o d r dcpomt.on "and ^-H^JWSL*^ P?? 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UDAV. JULY 11. 1952 +Awisti fkrkJiam PAGE 11 A luggiero Ricci Performs Paganini tncerta Here Sunday Evening Violinist Ruegiero Ricci will | Strauss' Roscnkavah. %  Waltzes hppear with the University of and Excerpts from Carmen Miami Symphony Orchestra unBizet. Ber the direction of John Bitter Ricci, the famous 30-veain the third of a series of sumviolinist has traveled over I r : pop concerts on Sunday evglobe during the 21 years of I July Mtn. 8:J0 p.m.. at the amazingly successful career \ SJiami Beach Auditorium. child prodigy, he made his'car5i Hall debut at the age of nin". Ever since that firt suche has been in frc I mand for conceit appearan ut this country, L it America and Eur With him goes what Ricci cs his 'fiddle. a rare and Guarnerius ude in 1734.' [and insured for S30,0fK). 1 al-l ways oarry :t with me." say Ricci. "There is seldom any bunging it through customs ( Lone country to another, but I must admit that I have had more | i than one anxious moment when! eager customs officers have bed it roughly before I ci U tell them what was in it." YOUTHFUL WAGE EARNER AIDED BY UJA AGENCY LEGAL NOTICE Rugjjiero Ricci : %  • % % %  %  : %  •:' --"am Niccol. Cor.;. r Violin and Orch• jor. Rkci will also be • Pi t. Tt and s is 42, d in Pablo de Sa Zigto be ; • [ude Hen Si • %  -' V Ti • i Waltz £ > %  \iennvnp Have HvHtrirtvtl Poiiru VIENNA .\VNSi — .The ArI vans Onlj | y of three chorai I societies in Tyrol came ur.d• We. k v. Q • J Corr.munitv of Q n I rnitted a p • • gainst tl .'-..* -. (1 ties T had a re-orgai ... ipil tl I that they be re '. a teg under Hitler. :-. %  % % %  •:*: %  I • • I oi YOUNG RABBI With fifteen years in Pulnii. rice personality, graduate and Bad with Fh.D.: D.D.; and L.L.B. degrees; outstanding speaker end lecturer; organizer and leader in Youth Activities. Can Supervise a Hebrew end Sunday School; musical background ard a well-trained voice. Wishes To Change Pulpits in a Conservative or Modern Orthodox Congregation in Miami Beach or Vicinity. This is a good opportunity for an aggressive Congregation. Reason for change will be given upon request. WRITE: RABBI M.. BOX 2973. MIAMI 18 Make This Yout^Key to a Happy Fitore!^ >* Start your soviitas pr o1 gram NOWI Mok. %  habit of saving so me • thing regularly and you w'rll have fhe key ta tha things -' you wart aost. r Dade Federal SAVIMGS accounts ara IMSOKO up to $10,000 by tha Federal Savings and Loon Insurance Corporation. Your SAVIMGS in Doda Fadorol EARN liberal dividends twice a year for you ot tha currant rota of.. Our monthly payment HOME LOANS moke home ownership ooty foo. Inquirit invitod. No obligation, Dade 'Tafotal SavUuU AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI on. OtKt f (ssksasssf JOMFM M. llftOM. N** Oar Resources Exceed 40 Million Dollars IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF T ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIR'AND FOR DADE COUNT.". FLORIDA. IN CHANCEP • No. 151257 BHIRLET COHBJJ J NATHANIEL. f.'OHHX NOTICE BY PUBLICATIO'. NATHAN: HEX B M HE N I / IN THE CiRCJiT COUPT OF ELE /£'.-JUDICIAL CIRC AND FOR DAOE CO FLORIDA IN C-*SCE•.-. I512M ,:.T B' PL2L CAT •E • %  Esther Cuasana. 11 years o!d. is the chief wage carrier for bar parents and five sisters and brothers living in the wretcrs-i rr.el ah ghexto, cf Casablanca. Pale, wan and tickly. Esther works as a housemaid, helps support her tubercular father her s::le .—.-.:.-.%: ard lira other children in the family. Childrer. !:lte yooag Esther doomed to brief and b:tter lives, are the er.ti for w.orr. the United Jewish Appeal must succeed in raising $151,590.OC j. T'r..i year the UJA must move 120.COO homeless Jews to Israel fro— Hortfa Africa. Europe and Moslem lands. .--.= BV PUBLtCATIC r-( .-.....--'.. --• .UD.ClAL CIRC -_-.--,%  A S D FO< E COVNTY •. CHAMCEP 2V. -E .^jr.Z^..Z^..Z~v = ^r..Zv Ratnei Unveiling i on MUNT1NG Call wwtx cm PRESS, inc. Phono S-7124 to the : ._ I Mi ing • f I n>nha r csare* .~iT.: 7: .... LEGAL NOTICE •lor.cc :'-= -;S EWASS AMERICANS NEED VITAMINS 3Cf .S3=> r '. DC Jf tttntm X~JL: %  TMEMTtT n exfAN TO 23.4 JT A^JaXbny m 1M '.xon Wmmmm • %  %  %  si pBaeO-A-DtT OareeeS Maeapat %  •JPI I IS iianrie. Ther coat tc^j SZ.X Take ara tad try fct CO drys, t y-j* are ace ea> tmrr %  sr-arVr'. r t sn t&e e ^-v t paoup as rccx rzaxat mat fee JI reread veor cccry ?i ai fa i w tir=i=a feek>*>ep T^cr eserp. acrvaa mat 'pali i m ss oar Vbascy oack %  act eai-^ratf Aak r^r dia tar gesm^e Ovs-A-Das ,Vu) V!_-*ia V. -arrt i H C a fi i — aa


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Jewish ftoridjgiin Itarin Ll h !^k MINDLIN As I See It J1AMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JULY 11. 1952 SEC. E iraeli Labor's Strike Rights AVIV (JTA)—The Minis* I abor is preparing a bill ng all labor disputes to be •tted to mediation ten days to the calling of a work bo ige Its mediators have been Gable to interested parties for r .,., years now. Lei nt strikes were brief wherIr i -nployers felt sure of being to pass on the rises to conhuThis was no problem in l„,„st unlimited sellers' marif recent years, except where • r.ment imposed ceilings j in the way, and then the I ment usually gave in soonlater It remains to be seen .tome of strikes which me left-wing promises ri anize against large-scale Is caused by the governnew deflationary policy. far, serious problems arose ly in the sector of public em., :i t an important factor rael since at least 25 percent : wage earners are cmv central and local gov. nt and the Jewish Agency. number are employed • • : prises owned by the HisH nher wholly or in some : partnership with other izations. -tadrut-affiliated cooperancluding agricultural comii hired labor is forbidden [r H: he appointment of Michael I. Nisselson. former president a the Amalgamated Bank of Jew York, as Director of Delelopmer.t of Yeshiva Univerlly. was announced by Dr. |air.uel Belkin. president. Niselscn will be responsible for 'eloping and planning the ancing of the University's Jcpansion program, including e direction of the national E5.000.000 campaign lo estabh • Medical Center under the ;iv:rsity's auspices, with a College of Medicine, the first k the nation under Jewish %  ponsorship, as the first unit, j aron, Lesser eceive Chamber litations Here dt Hirsch Meyer has


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PAGE 2 B *Jen1stJk!Jd!^L=== Greater Miami Jewish Community Center Plans For Registration At School Efraim Gale, executiv. din f the Great Community Cent. PrePla M nday. August 251 Aug t29th, from 9 a.n I %' v. nue, Mian i, th( 3,.,,' Beach, and Fl l NW 51st PI According to Mrs. Ethel Gi --%  • %  an %  : %  man. supervisor oth : gram, the regularly scheduk I throu nun n Children from 1 lay, Si I %  mb< to pu GMJCC nursery schools will inObituaries %  % %  : \ • t cludi ils. as wc.;] as thosi register during the week of A ust 25th. Parent? enrolling their cl ren will be required ti forms indicating a dev mental background, personal history-, health history, a doctor's %  certification of good health and other pertinent material necesREUETCJ S • %  %  tdiness : the new ixp. nen %  ., i, %  ., ... A personal visit of parents :Moi required*, ..as well the nurse %  I staff, may oi serve the individual child in thi environment of a group of •s chronological age. Gale said "This visitation • also s helps the child to relai to] nur>. %  cl with the that his or her parents aninp \ ved in the next stei his v .. | .... ....... tive din I i '.: L' • Ci %  nducts i typ rams. 1 : '.; Channing To Air Civil Defense On Radio N station v. [XZ ning j [ the • Civil i %  .. n for 1 shell FRIDAY, JULY ; Swim-Dance Tomorrow Mrs. Sol Alexander new I pointed membership hair* the Flagler-Granad I jffl jmunity-CenterV has aniEE Swim-Dancq Affair to be the Saxon Motel. to mo at evening, July 12th rtH Nathan Batner right) presents ;he Batner Memorial Scholarship Award to Lester' Cohen of the ^^JSBSfSt during Graduation Exercise for Hebrew Schools ami s^nsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education The scholarship Tan annual award to Camp Yavreh. New Hampshire, in memory of Charles A. Batner. for the purpose of stimulating informed leadership in the Jewish com munity. I WANT MY MILK • Hail.in Appears On 1M Panel %  :•' ector ol th Florida Regional Ol %  B'ritl pated in • • :• • Educatioi t the M The %  i : Hold Dance Next Month s Board of the er-Granada Jewish Com' entei will h<>ld a Dinii ng t e month of August, il i nounced early Mrs. living Soul aid e coIVI turned over the pasl two Centei building %  And Bo Start m FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitcrmln "D" Milk "Milk Product!" Dacxo Protected Tlli.. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm it End of Bird Rd. A Sjppr CrtH INSURED SAVINGS Free 1 full hour porting at Miami Parking Garage, 224 S. Miami Ave. ... or Bank by Mail at Hi* Industrial SAVINGS BANK ., UONARDLABBSS.Pr„id,nl Urg.if 46 W. Flagler St. hvhai Bdnl Opp. CoiirtkoBM ,n Th So -' h An authentic Seminole Indian Village will be one nf m a „„ i h s signature on behalf of aborigines inhabiting he Eve-o art.. Standing are Sam Willie and Jackie Willie. The 'rdfarVM ingoti the North Dade County Reservation^ tf.'^ V'th. lor summer refreshment serve MAHISCHEWITZ KOSHER PAREVE borscht BY THE BAKERS OF MANISCHEWIT2 MATZOS Delicious Delicious FRUIT BLACK CHERRY by CLICQUOT CLUB p '"s Botrle De„. MADE m AMHUCA .. „ BEST „ „. WQRU)



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'.' ft %  I DAY, JULY 11. 1952 U nisfi Ftoridiam PAGE 3B randeis Graduates j rs t Class; Students eceive Nods top colleges and univeruiihout the United s ptances to graduate i, sional schools have L received by 37 members of • graduating class oi %  University, it was anite last week. ing approval of Brandeis Executive* Committee of \ erii .in Association of Law six major law schools | v In itted Brandeis students. |th several universities yet to | from, the following have I Brandeis applicants: University of Pennsylvania, I |, Columbia, Cornell. Syrand Boston. "our of Yale University's grad\ ... ils will welcome Branlatea in the Fall: the K School, Law School, Biool ol Ans and Sciences and fcma School. (It was also announced that Ivi'ti students have thusfar been | ted to medical and dental ools "Tie medical schools of •College and Boston Unisity and the dental schools of lolumbia and the Univer|v ol I'< nnsylvania have sent %  • mces. iThe Business Schools of Harird. Columbia, Cornell, and the ty of New Hampshire t o replied affirmatively to (nun i r "f Brandeis seniors. 1 : any graduate schools arts and sciences have not yet |plii-il. Princeton has accepted a student for graduate ork in political science. Bryn I iffered an $800 fellowlip in philosophy to a Brandeis Iplicant, and one Senior has gceivi I from both Yale and the etts Institute of Techfellowships carrying a if SI.000 plus tuition expises foi the study of economics. |T Woodrow Wilson School I Princeton University has also Brandeis applicant, |ith a SI.600 fellowship. A felTwship covering tuition and carI : • nd of $1,000 for work :i\ has been offered by syne University, in Detroit, ill Ni w York University has i ted a Brandeis senior for study in b'iochemistry. Mtnfkind Wins j Israelite Center intturanve Derby Has Watermelon William Rafkind, of 3711 SW |2||*|v SlIllllsiV 27th Terrace, Miami manager lor • _, j the John Hancock Mutual Life : The Dora Stein Sisterhood and Insurance Company of Boston, the i i A of the Israelite Center h is won ; 90-day contest celeinsoring a Card ard Watbrating the 90th anniversary oi ermelon Party at the Center on 'his companv. Sunday, July 13th. 7 p.m. Rafkind produced an avei proceeds are earmarked lor the Of more than S2.000 of new inHebrew School Fund. Co-chairBUrance per day during the 90ir.erf of the affair are Mrs. Israel day period and led all agents in Gold.erg and Mrs. George KessFlorida in both volume of prem| ler. Mrs. Max Lefkowitz is in iun s and nun ber of people sold. of tickets. Hebi-'w Academy 6th Grade pupils. Michael Escott end Carole Silverburg. are awarded medals for outstanding essays written or.: What Democracy Means To Me. The medals were presented by M.iurio Klein in behalf of the Elks Club of Miemi Beach. Lodge No. 1605, at a recent Assembly held in the Academy Auditorium. Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal, looks on. GORDON FUNERAL HOMES "DEDICATED TO THE SERVICE OF THE JEWISH COMMUNITY OF GREATER MIAMI" Two Convenient Locations AIR CONDITIONED CHAPELS Chiropodists See Demonstrations The newest concept in treating foot ailments was demonstrated by Dr. C. Turchin. of Washington, D.C., to the Florida group at their Chiropodist Convention recently held in Orlando. Florida. Dr. W. L. Hall, of the staff of Temple University. Philadelphia, gave demonstrations of foot casting for cases where balance is further obtained by correct prosthetic appliance. Dr. William Ellison, of Tampa, showed methods of padding used in obtaining foot balance. Attending the convention from Dade County were Drs. H. Block, J. V. Blor.de, J. A. Corsaro, H. Feinberg, F. SHolman, E. Hurd, M. A. Kleiman, M. L. Knights, S. Leopold, M. Marcus, E. Weiss. M. H. Merlin, E. Paczak and F. N. Laubenthal, Jr. Korach Heads Exchange Newly elected president of the Miami Beach Exchange Club for the next six months is Irwin Korach. Other officers include O. R. Wheat, vice president; Henry Wolff, secretary; and Emil Z. I'D. i n, treasurer. Miami Miami Beaeh 710 S.W. 12th AVE. 1333 DADE BLVD. Phone Phone 3-3431 5-7677 24-Hour Ambulance Service B. W. BENNETT, Funeral Director THE @ade7ede*&6 STORY MORTGAGE LOANS HENRY E. WOLFF CO. (complete and S^ependatte cTU/e S&urice M IAMI TITLC b i OktmctCo. 8 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Mb Insurmnc* PelldM i Kansas City Till* Insurance Co. Capital, Surplus & Reserves Exceed $2,000,000.00 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1892 PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. %  JEFOS" ^N Semng tl Jewish JEWISH f M CommHnity$ince1926 MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Deliveryl Exclusive Dealers ROCK ef AGES MEMORIALS 3277-79 S.W. 8th Straat MAIN OFFICE 45 N. I. Hrt Av*H ALLAPATTAH BRANCH 1594 N.W. 36th St. 1 JOSEPH M. UPTON Pr indent



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PAGE 4 B ,iw* r .,. %  ^a.m.n-i Capitol Spotlight BY MILTON FRIEDMAN (Copyright. 1952, Jew:.-: Vgency. Ii WASHINGTON — Neo-Na S|M''
  • ok ; .. Pavillion at Greyrding t" Mrs. Falke, social chairman. their cooperation against the Soviet Union. Although Allied Control Counsel Law No. 16 forbids veterans organizations, this law has been openly flouted as members of the Hitler SS flock to join. The SS and Waffen SS veterans are seeking to become the cadre of the new German army. J Rundl ink. '• the key official's in tl Nazi Pa tj ers "In roadcast. portion of N : nt Foreign Ofl now I er than it A.': •"• Wern i V n Grundherr, • %  %  • ; ] i • lep rtati n | I • %  • r "new v ... Wernei B i -'••• %  % % %  : : B f Eastern I • G. %  :. :.. Lucille Von Arx Views Women And Society Lucille Von Arx, Miami atspeak • %  %  ; .... ar. :e es are-established again", a rLroPn 1 ,* !tl ? n ^ 9very much in evidence and likelv na "nal>sm already recrudescent anti-SemftUm Dr C^Z eVe stron 9" and a was a "considerable gap"EtJee'n ou TrZ^T' 6 UI ,hal ,here andour actual accomplishes' professe d goals in Germany nplementation of the S. J. Freedman HEBREW BOOK 8TORE 417 Washington Ave, Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Privale Usa. Also for Hebrew Schools. C-.22 -,;•Telephone 5-9017 %  1 ----^ fSiX~ i and Flagler-Granada Board Meets '-' ie newly-formed Board of Ed-1 ,: : • FlaglerGranada sh Community Center held Tui v '-, c u ly l ? eetin on Monday, I July .th. to further plans for thy • u (w and Sunday School committee consists of Herman Feldman. chairman, Robert Tauber. Mrs. Albert Reis^ man Albert Dermer, Samuel HoiiS Lax 1 "BCn Clein and ln the High Holy Days, held a subnt meeting on Wednesday ."6 at the Center to plan fo'r tht High Holy Days. Itabbi liisvntlruth A am vtl Executive • rganiz tion announced m New York by 1* Samuel S. Hollender. of Chi g-JMthe Union, ,, d( .' r Th ', S acl ; on /'.S£ ci Dr HcJlenenHrJv %  tnbU,e tl) R:,bb ElSf ndr h s *pired leadership durmg the past decade. Since hebecame ,ts president in 1943 the il' 0 ha: \ eXp erienced an unusual period of growth, adding more than 150 new congregations to the membership rolls." COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wa, I.!:. I.SS" UP nd ^"^ ~ W "ck,r Service 840 S.W. stb atraet ASK FOR Kosher Zion Products at your LOCAL DELICATESSEN & MARKET Make Sure It's No. 1 Distributed by %  ivi\s OX FOOD SPECIALTIES CO 2 2 N.E. 2nd AVE> MIAMI Phone 3-7791 GORDOH ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Ma ton. &' repaired now; yew will eave on %  new roof later "Satufaelory Work by Experienced Man" 414 a W. zand Avenue 'HONI 4-taes "iiTtm" • SUMIGA1ION-MVLOM TENTS •** Mlr t MM re „ -j,— GET AUTOMATIC DEFROSTING AT A NEW LOW PRICE! %  Speech Si u I i, tinier t tion ol Westin and irse, part of the Adult Activities Series ol the • e direction of '.. SI im :. M imi attorney, will meeting %  : arate si Id at the Beach and Miami Brand %  GET SELFDEFROSTING KELVIN ATOR '** Now I A lentarionol new eoglneerlng M '. achievement! Kelvlnator "Magic Cycle" "lelf-def rotting litlmpler, fatter, far more economical. Use* no electric hearing elements NosMng elte like It. Come In and a why It's best I **ru*ei tppued lee,' K ;SS1^3? & Mee-el IA IlluttretW •• h. el C.ld • *. rmeter Ckertl • '4 h l U.II Anal • rertekla letter Cbeal >ltlerl • '* %  -•* erhp-r.1 Si •-Hal,.,, ateeW MA III*ti !" *ae 11 ra. fl. CeWCIW^vfke>fle* __i


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    ID A Y.JULY II, 1952 loiiimnnitles lnsi Meet Future. [yera Says jth pilot studies now being nJuiK'd in three communities I Albanyi Camden and New L tiiin the Council of Jewish derations and Welfare Funds limittee on Community Orifzation is moving ahead in imi-'-iange survey of Amerij, wish communal organizaj,, writes Stanley C. Myers, uni. Committee chairman, in June issue of Jewish Comu r it\a magazine published the C-JFWF. >,. findings of these studies, the information gained Nigh the first step — an analy.,; information gathered by CJFWF on community orjization over many years — Bx serve as valuable guides for Committee in finding ansrs to the "what, the why. and of organized Jewish life the I'nited States and Canada," notes. f larily, the current study ij Jewish community ortinn is of an experimental. oun..l in caking nature," he i •out. "The basic objecles behind it are to help comunities strengthen their presJj nunal programs, stimuli their development of ravel iuture needs, and. at time, aid them in buildvigorous and developnunity organizations." J enJstiftoridttairi PAGE 5B liami Attorney [orea Casualty |l .nt Max Nusser.baum. of Henry Nussenbaum, |SW 17th Street. Miami, was in action in Korea, on Ins 28th birthday. II. itenant Nussenbaum was \ I from the University School of Law in June. was called into the an Infantry Officer in .. few clays after his gradi\. I is recall. Lieutenant taught Sunday 1 .1 the Coral Gables Jew| • i During World War si: ved as a paratrooper \. II years and saw combat Europe. Hops Laxatives egaina youthful regularity For thirty years, I took so many toids of pills and laxatives to re|eve ron.stipation. Since I started King ALL-BRAN every day. those roubles are over." says busy ethany, Mo., woman. If you. too. u!Ter from irregularity due to ^ck of dietary bulk, try toasty LI-BRAN. It's helped thousands to Kam youthful regularity. Rich Iron, high in cereal protein, Irovidi's essential B and D vitafins Not habit-forming. It's the ply type ready-to-eat cereal that uppln-s a/; the bulk you may Iced. Eat r j cup every day: drink llenty of liquids. If you're not pmpletely satisfied after 10 days. end empty carton to Kellogg's. pattle Creek, Mich., and get 01BLE YOUR MONEY BACK! /' MASATIR ,. B mNBAU M Brm Director Associate Director W/.VZ Proudly Presents YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR NOW — Twice Weekly Sunday — || Noon [Tuatday Evening — 8 PJ*. %  -•. k_ Sunday bU PJ*. Our New Feature HAROLD SHAPIRO in PEOPLES PROBLEMS ^S^SrSjAEL R A e t P th eS f tativeS Picked At Education Bureau Meeting At the closmo mPPtina n f u„. an %  % %  ^m.^^mmut^ Benjamin Meyers, Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, Sam Prosterman, Al Quadow, Mrs. Matilda Ratner, Is•Ti'-'M*' ""*" VJUlu '" a ". rael Shapoff, Harry Simonhoff, MmViJ i?' L eb Louls Heiman Rabbi David Shapiro and Harry Morris Honigbaum. Ida Karger, Sirkin. tniel Lesowoder. Sevmour R !" _i Liebman. Mrs. Seymour B. Lie": Elected aS communit y re P re man. Dr. Max A. Lipkind, Dr. jsentatives to the Board of Direc%  A^fi&Wff^^k E V eCted t0 the Genera. Memlof Jewish Educa on fm th T^ P WCre Leonar d Barr, Josschool year lqst w 1? the eph Duntov, Mrs. Joseph Duntov, were hcK,,communitfrere~-& •* So1 G dman sentatives to the General Membership of the Bureau, which meets three times annually, and to the Board of Directors, which meets monthly. % % %  •• % % %  %  • maA n, i_.ipnina, i_ r !-. %  ..—••> %  -„ •— ——— Iharles Lippow. Max Meisel. tors were Mrs. Anna Sorin Bild. Joseph Duntov, Mrs. Leon Ell, Ben Zion Ginsburg, Dr. M. J. Glick, Morris Honigbaum, Mrs. Eva Kahn, Mrs. Ida Karger, Dr. A. Kitzen, Macey Kror.sberg, Ehiel Lesowoder, Seymour B. Liebman, Dr. Max A. Lipkind, Max Meisel, Benjamin Meyers, Sam Prosterman, Dr. H. Queen, Mrs. Matilda Ratner, Israel Shapoff and Harrv Simonhoff. MEM Top Refrigeration Values WOLPERT ii-cuacFoar &E REFRI6EIW0R with full-width freezer and de luxe features! ** -*.n-cu-f> SPACE MAKER REFRIGERATOR We could talk all day about the wonderful features of this beautiful new G-E Refrigerator! It has an Across-the-Top Freezer, rustproof aluminum shelves, full-width chiller, plus the feature* illustrated—and morel FamousG-Esdnledin refrigerating system assures you of years of dependable service. The proof is in the record! Bis Rol la-Drawers! Hold up to M bushel of fresh fruits and vegetables! Butter Conditioner! Keeps butter just right for easy, wastcleu spreading! New! Space Maker Door Shelves! Places much-used items right at your finger tips! M2001oral Way Authorized deafer GENERAL^ ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS



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    PAGE 6 B +jehLDyJ^^ Unblvs Xnrsvru ilviiistralion On %  .: N'urserj S %  %  nder 1 Mi Georj s] '• A ts. ryl ncing the i • : 51 %  Education Council Meets In Chicago %  • %  3 j • c • sented %  H A FRIDAY, JULY ii %  Academy Hears Member Drsve Progress Report M M ership H %  ': ship ] ... Jul %  13th, 9:30 a.m.. %  fast • the Mi M [rvii • Shapiro, f the M • %  ..-•• I r :• %  .... ts prog nt that the %  : ting 1 • e the si • %  • that %  :•: I • %  •. Spoil .: %  ..-. • .: s Frances M Fin '. I i K a .:' In S >. C Pro! -f the A i i J • Edi The S I. Etoi • Professioi I Jl •.'. %  N Conference i the • :. :.' %  %  C> nt W ol the Coherence o, *£ gg-g-^g led a. h f Saxony Ho el. Too r Frank are the M M 0n C e SeH o 3r liamcntarian: Leo%  v • n:l '^ l,n arrf Ha-o'd Rand, registrar. pold Schwarii calendar J'^JihS" president: H.bbi Seited ore left to right: Mr*. !" *2?n sirl %  | Walter Ros< nthal, %  : : Fred ned \ 5 s • > ':. %  ... | : %  %  W I A M Irving G 1 G Laurel Court Officers Club Meets Monday s Clu :' Laurel • \ II. ( : the Am. imes party ... ninj July 14th, !. p.m [nt %  mal Order Fel vt Hall, 215 N\V 4th % %  %  About Your FOOD A Complete Catering Strvitt Beautiful Hors D'oeuvret Made to Order Rental of CHINA SnVERWABr,| LINENS Entertainment and all other details arranged for your formal and informal affaire I PHONE 3-5463 NIGHTS. SUNDAYS A HOLIDAYll 63-1986 JACK & JILL CATERERS M N.W. 7th St. Off Miami Avi. veti .atf*T *?b. AUGUST BROS. RVt t\ : : £'.DABLE DOVEST'C HELC RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE • N. E. 5th Street Pco- 5-8401 AL VEIDENBERG. Owner 1-H Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovaky 945 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 HOUSEHOLD HINTS Going OP. a picnic? As you ladies know. I have always been verj -iastic about my favorite insecticide, but I am more told than ever on the effectiveness" of Real-Kill after our family picric last Sunday. One of the disagreeable parts of the picnic to me has always been the bug problem, but now I have this solved to my lete satisfaction. As we were packing our picnic lunch basket, my handy bottle of Real-Kill was setting on the drainboard, and, at the suggestion of my husband, we put the bottle in our basket. Before spreading the cloth for our fu ibtnd sprayed the in about a ter.-foot area with i Kill. He also sprayed the picnic table *nd bench, and 1 can tell now I never enioved a picnic h in my lite a? lo, and behold! the ants, mosquitoes, chiggers, and other insect pests that usually rr.ada picnic a nightmare f 1 me did not appear. A bug-free picnic!! You can rest assured that in the future a bottle of Real-Kill Bus Killer will be standard equipment for our picnic basket. Try it—it wi'l tr.ake your picnic more enjoyable. LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN HOTEL MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Director 5505 N. W. 3rd St. Phone 87-8201 Observation Tower View Into 9 States CaaU S


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    )AY. JULY 11. 1952 +Je*isHk>ridian .PAGE 7BLEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE %  \ Ac riii. Ll-OT. hrm E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE cvENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF TLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. COU NO. 151102k ;|!KOLER, l'lalimff MI siiKOLBR Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION I. \\-11 SHKOLBR I,I;J Knalern Parkway iin ciltH ii. New fork. .,'• \i:i: HEREBY NOTIFIED iir ,,r 1'iiiiipiaini f"i Dlvoree led iigalnst ypn In the i RUM and you are red to SI-M.a copy of lo tlir Kill of Comill.. Plaintiff a uttoriu-v s, original in the office of the Circuit Court on or Hh day of July. LMt to do BO, Judgment by irt i JOHN WKST. [ieputy Clerk ;|DVER & ML'LI/OY lor Plaintiff ingi'.iham liuilding II, Florida!. ID-IS i THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 28074-A .. KST \ IK OF" lilil'l I U'ORSON. Deceaaed 'NOTICE TO CREDITORS Icira and All 1'ersona Havor Demands Against ,,h of you. are hereby %  i required to present any ,|, IK, nds which you, or may have against the USED .lAi'iiUSiiN, ile,1 Dade County, Florida, | hl ||.m W. F. HI.ANTON an.I INK II hirtVLINOi Count} Judges ,,|. mty, and file the same lii the County Court. County, Florida, within %  .nilis fr.mi tht d.it.' %  ibiii .in. HI hereof. Said inda to oontaln the thi clalmanl and t" T i |iresented as aforeill be barred. Be : iii.1933 Probate Act. A %  1952 II vllllY JACOBSON, i of the I-t*t Will lament of JACOBBON, I leveaaed. rt.NICK. ESQ. v utor I Fl irlda |N COL\TY JUDGE'S COURT OADL COUNTY. FLORIDA No 25608 i IF ilKNSON. Deceased CE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE i. given that I have :i and petition for HI i %  %  %  %  %  \ n. ill. II > Bxecuol DORA I'.I.IVMKN.1 thai on iio'-'-'"I Will apply to tinJudges or I Wide da. for approval ofsaid ,i for final dlai ha rge i .. II tor of the Batata 'l UN Si IN, di ce ised. of June, IM2. t'WIU Rl.l'.MKNSON X \ FRIEDMAN %  \.l r.lunii-nson ; ; i-ii THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I'.ENTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN N0 FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. \o. 151071 !i Plaintiff; > R Defi n.Imt. I BY PUBLICATION ItGER Avi II .N'.M Voik rtKBY NOTIFIED ,. : foi Dlvorci ml you in the ..ml N.ni are • :. \. .i copy of thi Bill of 'oinpiaii.t ittomeya and file offloi of the Clerk i-.ii or before I ii' AD. 1912, Vtlu! u lae •. -S-. u ill b. entered I be published om-e ir i onaecutlva weeks -M FLORIDIAN. Miami, Florida, Vhls 30th : It. LEATHERMAN, nf the Circuit Court I JOHN WKST, It)' Clerk Vl.lt & ML'LLOY I'lalntiff IHiding I •IE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IriUS F0R DADE COUNTY, RiDA. IN PROBATE. No 28222. B \TK OF I. .I'I'MAN. Deceased IN0CE TO CREDITORS • • and All Persons HavI % %  mandi Against Bald %  r h -f you, are hereby -.1 I-present an) 1 anda %  hlch > .m. or have against the ^ AKD l.ll'I'MAN. d. 'Ml I i:..,. i, Dade i • the II. -ii Count) %  County, and file the "ffl • in th.County 'ade County, Florida, slendar months from -t publication herer demands to eon' addresa ..f the claimant and presented as %  "i" Will be barred See Probate Act. '•'•-Mlllll'MAN. JndnlBtrairta of the EDWARD l.ll'I'MAN. %  CYPB.N Deceased. f'.'fj Artn "nUtratrlg IN T ENTICE TO CREDITORS THE COUNTY JUDGE'S CQH N F l o 2 lr ; 0R OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. HT eased us lla\'Agalnat No. 28354.B In Re: ESTATE OF T ?f$ ', MM X ""RANK. Dei r.. AII Creditors and All Peri ing Claims or Demands Bald Batata: nnTili'i 1 "" 1 %  •"'' f •'•'"• '"" hereto notified and required to present any £JK m ;' amanda which !" u. or either of you. ,,,,,> lilVl M |„. t ,.,,, esute pi BENJAMIN FRANK, l. %  e.ised law of Dade County, Florida, to th.Honorable County Judges of I ad'•oi.nty. and file the ,.,,,„. „ i,",',' %  '" ,' h -, '"""> Courthouie i ","' 1 ; 1 "'"" %  '•• Florida, within eight p 'endarmoriths rrom the date of tbe fust pufMbatlon hereof. Bald clalma or demandi to contain the legal adareas of the claimant and t., i„. W om and presented as aforesaid, or will ii,. barred. SARAH FRANK, A Bzecuti i\ of the Last Will and Testament of B K.v.l A Mix FRANK, M1..T..N A. FMEDMAN B ^ M> Attorney for Executrix 7/4-11-18-2., to S.I III. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 28158-B In Re: ESTATE OF PAUIJ BLUOTT Oil.I.KM ..__ Deci-ased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereb) notified and required to preaeni any claims and demands which vou, or either of you, may have against the estate of PAUL ElXlOTT Oil.I.Kit d e c ease d late of Dade county, Florida, to the ll..n. \V. F. BLANTON and FRANK K. DOWIJNO, County Judges of Dade County, and file the sain, in liis office In the County Courthouse in Dade County. Horlda. within elghl calendar months from the dale Of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demandi t" contain the legal address of the clalmanl and to bcVvoru to and presented aa aforesaid, or tame wlu be barred See Se, lion 110 of the 1931 Probate Ai I Data June 15, A I> 19S2 BEN CI I.I.Kit. As Administrator of the I:-I.I i I'AII. Ki.UnlT CILLER, Dei eased MTERB. IIEIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Administrator T 4-11-lK-lo IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 24543 RE: ESTATE "I SIDNEY SCHWARTZ, also known a* SIDNEY M. bCHWARTZ I %  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Ii hereby given that i have filed in> final report and petition f.-i Final Discharge as Administratrix of the estate of SIDNEY SCHWARTZ, also known a> Sldne) U. SCHWARTZ deceased: and that on the 96th day of July. 1951, I will apply t.. th. Honorable Count) Judges of Dad.County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final dlschargri as Administratrix ..: the Estate of SIDNEY BCHWARTZ, also known as SIDNEY M. SCHWARTZ, deceased. Thin 1Mb ilav of June. IMS. /s MAI:I.I:NK SCHWARTZ, Marl.niSi-hwailz. Administratrix of the Stat. of SIDNEY SCHWARTZ, also Know n as SIDNEY M SCHWARTZ, l'., eased MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN ney for Admlnlstratrls 1/21 7/4-11-18 Notice Is hcrcb) given that Hans ii and Nils Johansson, 9 coasi inei (hip, .I i' a i "enti Resl and • I N. W 7th Ave., Mini solved the! partm da) of Juni I95S and thai Hans n.t.ii.ito cari f on mi name as (oli OWJII and I •----.: i I :.. %  mi II h ii., i '. rk f the C:i. "in i 'oUrt of I 'a.;. .'. nl i l ". • Ida HANS HANS' N STEPHEN I' KESSLEK AH. he. ••• Applicant flop w. Flagler ,-, rt- — 7 I-:I LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS v NAME LAW NOTIi is HEBEIiY UIVEN that SAMl'KI. hVi-iis HARRIET CHUSED MYERS, BE.^A W 8 KAPL25 ER Attorneys for Applieanta • -• 7/4-U-ll IM itSJ'So BY PUBLICATION P N C T w H c E <,-?^, RCU,T COURT OF THE L ei. VE ^ ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF !" R .'P A IN AND F0R DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 150694 HARRY STEIN, I'lalntiff, vs. JULIA STEIN, Defendant •I-,, i,-?T J .' T FOR DIVORCE I": JULIA STEIN C/O I. Kill.in 1555 i'.land Concourse Bronx, New ^ ork You JULIA STEIN, are hereb) notified thai a inn ,,r complaint for i>ivor.e has been riled against you, and you are required to serve a copy T'-i/"" 1 Answ.i or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, GEORGE J. TAL1ANOFF, I." Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Flor' I da, and file the original Answer or I leading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the -1st Hay of July. IH.,2. If vou fail to do so, Judgment Jiy default will lie t a Hen against you for the relief ( |,mandtd in the Mill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive Weeks in TDK JEWISH FLOIUDIAN. lH'NK AND ORDERED at Miami, Horlda, this 20th day of June, A.D. IfSl. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By It. ft. RICE, JR., Deputy ci.-ik • OEOROE I. TALIANOFF Attorney for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 1/27—7 l-ll-is LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under tinflctltiouc name ..i IIAIITTS DEPARTMENT STORE, at --'. 2s Sunset l 'live. South Mian, i ... Intenda to register said name with the Clerk of tl ll Court ol i -a le i "iin: \. E lorlda, LOTH AM COMPANY, a Florida corporation Sole > : • PALLOTT, SILVER .v MULL >Y HI for l.oili.u.i Company >"l Ingl alia 111 Bll 'I Og Miami, l la I 20-27 7 l-Il IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 150766 JEAN JOFFEE JEROME, Plaintiff, \ %  JERALD JEROME, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: JERALD JEROME Auburn State I 'i .--'.ii IS5 State SI net Auburn, New Yol k You are hereb) required t" serve a copy-of your Answer i" Plaintiff's Hill of Complaint for divorce on Plaintiffs attorneys, WEINSTEIN, WEINSTEIN & %  WEINOTEIN, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and to file your original Answer iii the office "-t the Clerk of the above Court on or before July 16, l!'".:.'. otherwise .. l'. %  •.Pro i 'onfesso w ill tered insl you. Dated tlrls I6th> das %  < June, 1952. E. B, LEATHERMAN of the CI lit C irl NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 28072 In Re: ESTATE OF IRVING ': KOBLEY, Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or Demands Against Saul Estate: You. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to preaeni any claims and demands Which you, or eiunr of you may have against the estate of IRVING c. rjCOBLEY. deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the name in his office in the County Courthouse Dade County. Florida, within i-hi ealendai months from the date of the fust publication hereof, Bald claims oi di mands to contain the legal ad' th.claimant and to be -worn to and present.-,! as aforesaid, or same win i„. barred. Dal.June 10, .\ D 1052 MIRIAM KOBLJjIY, AExecutrix of the "Last Will ai.i Testament of IRVINQ >i. KOBLEY, .... *' eased. MII.TM\ A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Executrix 7/4-11-111-23 LEGAL NOTICE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 25617B ME: ESTATE OF WII.I.AKD s. SCOTT, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Ii hereby given that I havu filed my final report anil petition for Final Discharge aa Administrator of the estate "f WILLARD s. SCOTT, deceaaed; and that on the sth day ol August, l!i">2, will apply to the Hon. iiT.i,FRANK B, DOWIJNO, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final dlacharge as Administrator .,f the Estate of WILLARD s. SCOTT, ,le< ased. 'I'liis Mil dav of July. Hi.,2 MARVIN E. SCOTT, Administrator HARRY* ZUKERNICK, ESQ. Attorney for Administrator 120 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 7. 11-18-W — R/l IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 151135 EVELYN WHITE, Plalptlff, Vs. JOHN D. WHITE, Defendant TO: JOHN D WHITE 136 ibiriniiv Avenue Roosevelt. I/ing Island N< w York. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION You. JOHN |i WHITE, are hereby notified that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been riled against you, and you are required to serve %  oopy of your Answer or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. HENRY Nl'SSENBAI'M 1041 Seybold Building. Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 1st .lay ,,f August, I95t. If you fall to do so, fudgmenl by default will be taken against you for thi • lief demanded In the Bill .-i Complaint, Dati -l this 2nd dav of .inp E. B. LEATHERMAN, i "I, rk, I 'ir. ml i 'oint, Did.Coimtv. Florida B) JOHN WEST, Deputy Clerk HENRY Nl'SSENBAI'M VI Plaintiff, 1041 Si %  h d B illdlng Miami. Florida : i-n-i8-2.i IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 26138 IN BE: Estate ol ABE BIALOLENKI, Deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given that I have Hied my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administratrix of tinBatata of AIM-: HIAI.OI.KNKI. Deceased; and that I will on thith day of AuRust, 1!I."I2, apply t. the Honorable Judges Of the above ityled court of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said final rejMirt and for final dlacharge as Admlnlatrati \ aforesaid. This 2nd day of July, 1952. DORA BIALOLENKI. as Administratrix of the Estate of ARK BIALOLENKI, 11, n i .1 NORMAN R. LYONS, Utorney for said Estate T 11-18-28 — 8/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I ll the iiii.i.-i signed, desh Ing to el under the fictitious na SHERD IAN BARBER SHi >P Shi i id. HI Avenue, Miami Bi tends to reglsti i :-i i a mi Circuit Court ol Dade County, Florida I.I'.' >N HA RIO H SMITH for A Ro id ls-23 .1 ill'. i in-: i Seal) Bj R II. RICE, JR. Dcputj %  _: i-;i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni'1'H'i: IS HEREBY GIVEN that the iiiai. ralgned, desiring t" engage In business undei the flctltloua name % %  : I.A JOYS DRIVE INN, at 1832 N. W 17th Avenue, Miami. Horlda, Intend t.. regtater aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of hade County, Honda. s JiiSEPH RoSE C.I I,DA ROBE GENET & i;K.NKT Attorneys for Joseph .V Hilda Rose 1/20-27 — T 4-11 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 150775 SYLVIA BAN1LOVER, Plaintiff HARRY KAMI.' VER, NOTICE Ti npj bill ofoi Defi %  BY PUBLICATION HARRY BANILOVER 2M WKST 21th STRI.I 1 RRii.KI.VN. NEW lORK v. 'i an i • iuli %  -I % %  %  •• rve %  ,.f your Answi r to the Bill of for Divorce on I laintlff s Attornes and to fl lu.i...: AnsOffice of the Clerk or tne : Court on or befori the %  day • f July, 1852 othi rwl ..f oplalnl "i divorce heret ffled ii--. in will be taken as confessDATED' at Miami. Florida, this 17th day eyun.. }^. r||| RMAv cierk of the Circuit Dade County, Florida • Hv JOHN WEST Deputy Clerk Name and Addraea of plaintiffs attorn. II NORMAN R I.YONS, 110-12 dvinpi.i Uldg. Miami. Florida 1/20-27 — T/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that : vage in business under thi lltioua name of INTERNATIONAL* STEEL .v PIPE. ..t. iii" EAKt nth A vi nue, H • ah, Florida, Intend li name with thi C %  i the Circuit I %  ui I ..I I lade Co inly, Ploi Ida. MAX W. TEMCH1N U II.UAM A ADLER Sole Owners AMOS BENJAMIN Attorney for applicants 6 20-27 — 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, vt JOHN B. ARMSTRONG, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JOHN K ARMSTRONG (SI A Virginia Btreet \v, Chai Ii aton, West Virginia You, JOHN K ARMSTRONG, an IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 28223. B !n Re: ESTATE OF ISRAEL R. GOODMAN, also known as I. R HI MAN", 1 easi NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All Pi rsons Having Clalma or Demands Agalnsl Said Estate: Vou. ana each of you, are hereby notified and required t" present any clalma and demanda which you, or eitlu-r of you, maj have against the estate of ISRAEL R GOODMAN a k a I I! GOODMAN, deceased late of Miami Beach, Dade Count., r Ida, to the Hon. U\ F. BLANTON. County Judge of Dad.County,*and file the same in his office in the County Courthouse in Dad. County, Florida, within elghl calendar montha from ih. date of the first publication hereof. Bald claims or demands to contain th,legal addresa of the clalmanl and to be sworn t" and pi.-.-. ill. d aa aforesaid, or same will be barred See Sei tin 120 of the 1933 Prob • Art 17 A.D 1932 J.II.I.IAN GOODMAN Aa Admlnlstr itrlx ol I • r ISRAEL R i ;•<< 'I -MAN ., I a I. It. GOODMAN, I >ei i ased IRVING CYPEN Attorney foi Administratrix 20-27 — i l-:i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni ITICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undi rslgni I desli lo i bualni aa idi I the flctltloua name of JACK'S SERVICE STATION, at ll"l Blacayne Blvd., .Miami. Fia Inti registei -. I name nh the tflerk ol the Cln Ult Court "f Dade C Florida. JACK FIKRMAN ALEX DAVID Partners I 20-27 — J i-H NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Nl iTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN i im.I. r the fl %  HAKK'i .DEI.II' ITBS8EN w • %  Htn • %  i • w |;h the Clerk of the i I D.nli County, l*" LEO I.. Ll BIN HENRY SEADAN SEY Ml d'R R LIEBMAN, All 6 :"-: %  ; Tl-11 Dat. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In aa under the flctltloua nai HORSESHOE RESTAURANT. S. W. Mil Street, Miami. Fla i to egisti r said ii ime Ith the of the Clrcull Com t ol I de ALICE TAYLOR STEPHEN F, KKSSI.KK Attorney for Applicant 2200 W. Flagler St. .. %  -27 — 7 1-11 hereby notified that a Bill plaint for Divorce haa been filed • you, ami VOU ale I. -.Hilled to %  erve a copy of your Answer or P ad ng to the Bill of Complaint on ti... plaintiff's Vtl irney, BEN ESSEN, ESQ., 822 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Florida, and file the • rlglnal Answer or the office "t the Clerk %  : lit i "ourl "ii or before the nth da) of July, 19*2. if you fail to do so, Judgmi nl by di fault will be taken against k'ou for th.relaf demandi .1 n the BUI I c.-n-i'ia nl Thla najtl a shall be published once, each week for four consecutive weeks HI: JEW ISH i-'i.i'Kii'iA.v Hi iNE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, thla l.'th daj of June. A.D. K B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Clrcull Court, Dttda County. Florida (Circuit Court Seal) Uv O. R HARDIE, Deputy Clerk BEN ESSEN Attorney for Plaintiff 823 Seybold Bldg. Miami. Florida I t/20-27 7/4-11 • IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 150M7 1.11,1. IAN BLOCK, I'lalntiff vs. LEON BLOCK, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: LEON BLOCK, 4> 85th Street, B oklyn :'. New York. You are required t" serve a copy of the Anawi r to the mil of Coi plaint upon the plaintiff's attorney. f ComI MuRTuN ROTHENBERO, 420 I.in* coin Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before July 24, IMl; otlu-rw law, aald inn win be taken as confessed bj you, this .'"th day of June, \ : i K. B. LEATHERMAN, ...f the Circuit Court K. i: 11 RICK. JU. Deputy Clerk, 1-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni ITICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I it --i ing to engagi In -ui %  ;. %  %  tinfli • it lous nai % %  '. I'NCLE Mil.TV S COC K T A I I. Ll 'I "NCK. it 1301 Collins A t-i'..;. •.,i name v %  %  Clrcull "-HI t i : I %  %  Ida MILTON SACKETT HARRY B SMITH Attnrne) for Applicant 120 Lincoln Rd 6 27 | %  %  i %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I ll thi undersigned, dealring to engage In bualnc.ta under the fictitious name "'. THE FLAMINGO BARBECUE, at N. V7, 27th Avenue & N. \v. 7th Street. Miami, Fla., intend to ri-c.isi.i-. i name with the Clerk of the Cli lit Court of Dade County. Florida WELDA HKRZiM! ROHERT HKRZin; Hl'TNKi: SHUTNER, E8QB Attorneys f.n Welda Herzog and Robert Hersng (l/lil-20-27 — 7/4 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Th Jewish Floridicm BOllclfg youi legal notice*. We appredcrte your patronage and rjuarantee accurate ••rrlc* ai legal rate*. Phone 2-1141 lac messenger service. SEITLIN & COMPANY PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGES PHONE 9-3836 I TfelgS*^ IIN.Hi..ST.HIAMHl.fL.



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    mkl*tfkr*ttor FRIDAY. JULY 11. PAGE 8 B Jewish Institute To Open At Wild Acres At Wildacres. Little Swit iand. North Carolina, on Aug ist 6th throueh 10th. the Third Annual Institute of Judaism wj presented by District Grand Lodge No. 5. of B'nai Bnth. The theme for this year's Institute will be A Mode::-. Guide For The Perplexed, and the facultv will be comprised oi Dr. Ludwig Lewisohn. Professor ot Comparative Literature at Brandeis University, writer and lecturer: Rabbi Ben Zion Bokser. Rabbi of the Forest Hills Jewish Center. New York, author and Professor at The Jewish TheolI Seminary: and Benjamin j R, Epstein. National director of The Anf.-Defamation League. B'rai B'nth. and co-authoi The Troublemakers It has also been announced I here that the North Carolina A-•.on of B'nai B'rith L will sponsor its Fifth Annual In. .' i %  v. July throug 171 Thoug .' .V Re:. 01 The Ji i consist Of RabbiLi ii it R. B:. ind Morris A In .• i." n i" the two WildInstitul here will i stitutes held in Wi Mississippi, Ok il T • %  %  I Neka. It is anticipat I I thi Wildaci i s plan will -; ighoul the entire Ui States, Europe and Israel. Films : thes Instituti s, togi thei with their ... arc bi ing ti i throughout the miliarizing Jewry witl I eed f< r Adult Jewish Education Institutes, it was report' d Maurice A. Weinstein, Char•• %  attorney, and 1st vice dent of District No. r >. B'nai B'rith. is thi four. Ii Listen to the JEWISH VARIETY HOUR WMBM — 800 on your Dial Every Sunday from 2 to 3 Wednesday & Friday at 11 a.m. The Great USROML MASTER Prows ^MtheTire of the_ ThpPhoto TMTH andPROOFifew nomnfordoitbt! Now ., within your easy reach I Everlasting Whitewalls. Now no curb-scuff, no curb-meor with exclusive U S Royal Curb Guard* protective rib! •Tntawl of %  : • J titeRuM*r ComjiMif 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 • k^ng, easy credit terms Up to Twice as many Safe Miles, look how U. S. Royal Master safety is completely renewed without retreadingl Trade-in Allowance for each of your tires, on 8.00/15 WhitewaU U.S. Royal Master (Equally generous allowances on till sizes.) SALE SIZE 6:00x16 6:70x15 6:50x16 7:10x15 7:00x15 7:60x15 8:20x15 U. S. ROYAL FACTORY-TYPE FULL CAPS! PRICE THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY-SEE US TODAY! 7.88 8.S3 9.15 9.86 10.69 10.73 11.80 %  Look Like New! Wir Like New! Guaranteed Like New! Loarers Never a Mounting Charge WORLD FAMOUS U. S. Til AT THESE LOW PRICES Exchange or Cap Your C5g, Ch r9 1 .00 tiOOxIti tfftxlf Offtxll 700x15 Gets You Rolling Exchange on Rscappable Casing otherwise add 2.50 Plus Tax WTTT — 1490 on your Dial Eyery Sunday from 10 to 11 KM. ..... ,. „ v .„ our tesings ^^ < umng £ p]us TQX Norton Tire Company Inc .. MIAMI Jacob Schachter 5i9 W. Flagler Street Ph Director NORMAN H. LYONS Ntwscaator and Historical Narrator MIAMI MM !9MXw.2dAve, MIAMI BEACH 1454 Alton Koad CM 5-5115 Ph. 71


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    July 11, 1952

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    United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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    -v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
    General Note:
    Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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    Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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    bB\wiisltUEIIiDipidliiQUP
    Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
    JME 25--Number 28
    MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1952
    PRICE: TEN CENTS
    cpublicans Split On Civil
    ights; Anti-Semites Greeted
    CHICAGO (JTA) With the Republican National Convention
    me. a split was reported in the Sub-Committee on Civil Rights
    the question of whether discrimination in employment because
    ee, n ligion or national origin should be dealt with by the Fed-
    GoveriUMBt or be left entirely to each of the states which have
    wn statutes. I .
    suit of the split, major- here that approximately 200 del-
    legates from anti-Semitic organ-
    a rei
    attended both
    | and minority reports were
    I v the Sub-Committee to
    full Committee on Resolu-
    which presented a resolu-
    i.n this issue Wednesday
    ing to the Convention.
    me majority report advocated
    | establishment of Federal Vol-
    eer Commission to advise and,
    an extent, supervise the fight
    finst discrimination in the
    les and local communities. The
    lonty report called for "per-
    sive" but not compulsory
    enforcement, with a strict
    kds-off policy in states and
    hmunities that have their own
    p-discrimination regulations.
    nine-point program for civil
    Ms, endorsed by the 1952
    kdership Conference on Jewish
    Ihts, was submitted here to the
    fil Rights Sub-Committee of
    Platform Committee of the I to7"sWping,V'to"meet"wVth"'rep'-
    ublican Convention. The reSentatives of the Anti-Defama-
    [iership conference represents
    re than 50 major national or-
    jiizations, including the Jewish
    ips. The proposed plank
    nations and other extreme light-
    wing groups gathered in two
    separate "conventions'' today be-
    cause leaders of the meetings
    could not agree with each other.
    One meeting, under the chair-
    manship of Joseph Beauharnais,
    was greeted by a letter from Sen-
    ator Herbert R. O'Conor, Mary-
    land Democrat. Beauharnais
    heads the White Circle League
    and is listed by the Anti-Defam-
    ation League among leading
    hate-mongers.
    Criticism was aimed at Senator
    Joseph R. McCarthy at a larger
    gathering, under tne chairman-
    ship of Mrs. L. C. Van Hyning,
    publisher of the anti-Jewish
    Women's Voice. Senator Mc-
    Common Sense,
    meetings.
    The Beauharnais meeting
    stressed anti-Negro agitation
    while the Van Hyning group felt
    the "real issue" should be "Jew-
    ish Communists" and the "sec-
    ret government." This rift
    caused the separate meetings. On
    To Provide Good* For Israel
    THE HAGUE (WNS) Representatives of West Germany,
    now negotiating with Israeli representatives here on the subject of
    reparations to Jews, have specifically offered to provide goods de-
    ! signed to aid in the development of Israel. Gershon Avner, member
    01 the Israel delegation, revealed this week. Avner stated that the
    Israel delegation is negotiating on the basis of the German offer of
    ; 5715,000,000 but has not necessarily accepted it. "That will depend
    i not only on the sum of money offered, but also on the type of goods
    j which Germany makes available and on the time in which these
    ] goods can be delivered," he said.
    Beigin Demands Plebiscite On Hague Talks
    MEXICO CITY (JTA) A world-wide plebiscite among Jews
    for the ratification of any agreement on reparations reached at The
    Hague between the government of Israel and the West German
    Republic was demanded by Menachem Beigin, leader of the Herut
    Party, at a meeting heie during the weekend arranged by the
    the first day, Beauhaniais drew i Revisionist Organization of Mexico.
    50 people, a much smaller crowd I
    than the Van Hyning meeting.
    Eliminate Prejudice
    In New York, Jewish and
    Christian national leaders
    throughout the United States
    joined in urging the national
    Republican and Democratic Par-
    ties to adopt a Fair Elections
    Practices Code to eliminate rac-
    Carthy was hit at this meeting ] ities" and to call to the attention
    of political leaders any instances
    of appeals based on religious or
    racial prejudice. "Nothing is
    more harmful to a self-govern-
    ing people," says the code, "than
    Charge I'aukor Took Bribes
    LONDON (WNS) Anna Pauker was dismissed as Communist
    Foreign Minister of Rumania as a result of betrayal by another
    leading Rumanian woman Communist who claimed that Pauker had
    accepted bribes for the emigration of Rumanian Jews to Israel, ac-
    cording to a story published in the Sunday Express. Mrs. Pauker
    is alleged to have received from $100 to $1,000 for each Rumanian
    ial and religious prejudice from Jew who left for Israel and to have deposited the money in a secret
    the 1952 presidential campaign bank account she opened in the Jewish state. Two years ago. Mis.
    and setting up machinery to po- Pauker arranged to have her aged father sent to Israel,
    lice any violations.
    The code calls for organizing
    non-partisan, non-sectarian com-
    mittees in every community in
    the United States "to keep a
    watchful eye on campaign activ-
    tion League several months ago
    at the home of George Sokolsky,
    news columnist The gathering
    which heard the criticism of Mc-
    d bring the Republican Par- arthy, also -listened to sarcasm
    r support of Federal legisla- directed against Senator Roberat
    A. Taft. This arose from TWt's
    repudiation of hate propagandists
    who included anti-Semitism
    to prohibit discrimination in
    iloyment and to the establish -
    nt ol a federal fair employ-
    Bgency armed with enforce-
    fit powers.
    Anti-Semitic Groups
    ^'- nwhile, it was reported
    [ruman Flays
    iw Makers
    WASHINGTON (JTA) Pres- j
    >nt Truman early this week I
    llded the Senate for its "re- |
    Mtetli failure to act affirm- |
    Ivelv nn his recommendation
    the United Nations Con-
    !: n on Genocide and express-
    the hope that "the United
    at' s, before too long, will poin
    growing number of coun-
    vhich are determined to
    tvmt and punish the hideous
    gi nocide."
    I' President's comment-; were
    I d in a report transmitted
    Congress on the role of the
    it<-d States in the United Na-
    He announced at the same
    Y* that "the United States La-
    nds t,) continue expressing its
    "ver the systematic vio-
    |ions of human rights and the
    rbarous practices of mass ex-
    hnination and deportation in
    (stern Europe and to expose
    ' fully to world indignation."
    In Chicago, Senator Robert A.
    Jft tuld a press conference that
    was in favor of the Bricker
    polutinn now pending in the
    Rate, the effect of which would
    '" prevent United States rati-
    fation of the UN Conventions
    Genocide and Human Rights.)
    ne President's report covered
    activities, in the Middle East,
    fluding the efforts of the Pal-
    me Conciliation Commission
    Id the work of the armistice
    F inn. It noted that Egypt
    } complied with UN reso-
    ! on the Suez Canal block-
    I1 "iiainst shipping for Israel.
    |i resident Truman declared that
    presence of Palestine Arab
    '"gees "constituted an import-
    it threat to the well being and
    pility of the entire area, as
    pll as a significant element in
    * political differences between
    rel and the neighboring Arab
    For this reason, he said.
    m
    their attacks on General Dwight
    EiThnehVWan Hyning meeting was! Ignore* lftt*T9
    attended by about 150 persons! CLEVELAND (WNS) -- Gen-
    who wore MacArthur buttons I eral Douglas Mac-Arthur has lg-
    and heaped praise upon him as I nored two letters of a Cleveland
    the man who could best be ex- I rabbi designed to test his atti-
    .,.< to tkP what action they tude toward political support
    Communist Paper Is Banned In Tel Aviv
    TEL AVIV (JTA) The Communist newspaper, Kol Haam,
    was ordered today to close for one week for violating censorship
    regulations. The decision was taken by a public committee com-
    posed of representatives of the army, journalists and the Govern-
    ment.
    # e e
    Gains Control (Iff Potash Company
    LONDON (JTA) An agreement providing for the sale and
    confusion of issues by base ap- i transfer of all assets of the Palestine Potash Company outside the
    peals to racial and religious big- borders of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan to a newly-formed
    otry." The code was transmitted ] Israeli corporation, Dead Sea Works. Ltd., has been reached after
    to political party officials in tele- discussions between representatives of the Israel Government and
    grams signed jointly by the six the Palestine Potash Company, it was announced by the Israel lega-
    tion here. The agreement, which will be formally signed in Israel
    in two or three weeks, is subject both to the ratification of the
    stockholders of the Potash company and the consent of the British
    Government's Ministry of the Treasury.
    religious leaders.
    petted to take what action they
    considered desirable. Conde Mc-
    Ginli v. editor of he hate sheet.
    from open and avowed anti-Sem-
    ites.
    To Attempt Emigration
    Of Jews From Soviet
    *ag>&&sSni arss. .o .
    the part of the Israel Government
    to induce Moscow to allow Sov-
    iet Jews to leave for Israel may
    require time, Mr. Sharett assert-
    ed that the Israel Government
    feels it "has a claim" in view of
    the fact that the Jews are the
    only national minority in the
    Soviet Union whose problems
    have not been solved territorially
    within the frame of the Soviet
    regime as was the case with other
    minorities.
    Estimating that Israel will be
    able to absorb 4,000.000 Jews
    within the next 10 to 15; years,-
    Mr. Sharett said that of the 10.-
    rev United States has contin-
    |d tu consider a successful vro-
    to ics>vle the critical Pai-
    ne refugee "Bfpblem as of
    t iroDortamV"^^
    m'Portance.
    000 000 Jews now living in var- youth and
    ious countries of the world, about
    6,000.000 reside in the Western
    Hemisphere. The question
    whether the Western
    Jews
    to the new state by oppression
    as was the case with Jews in oth-
    er countries, the Israeli states-
    man declared.
    Stating that he was happy to
    establish that what happened to
    Jews in Europe cannot happen
    to the Jews in the United States,
    Mr. Sharett at the same time em-
    phasized that his trip through-
    out the United States has con-
    vinced him that American Jew-
    ry, in its majority, is greatly in-
    terested in helping Israel in all
    possible ways. The question to
    what extent American Jewish
    intelligensia will go
    Israel Greets Truman, Acheson On July 4th
    JERUSALEM (JTA) -- Acti: g President Joseph Sprinzak and
    Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion. in cables to President Truman
    and Secretary of State Dean Acheson on the occasion of Independ-
    ence Day, expressed the wish that the United States "may be grant-
    ed the long use of their tremendous resources for the advancement
    of human progress" and may "enjoy peace, prosperity and happi-
    ness."

    Senator Greet* Anti-Semite Groups
    CHICAGO (WNS) US Senator Herbert R. O'Conor, Mary-
    land Democrat, sent a letter of greeting to one of the two conven-
    tions of anti-Semitic groups that were held here last weekend for
    the purpose of influencing the forthcoming Republican National
    Convention. The group to which Senator O'Conor sent a greeting
    was presided over by Joseph Beauharnais. head of the White Circle
    The other anti-Sin.itic and anti-Negro convention was
    chairmanship o: Mrs. L. C. Van Hyning. publisher of the
    Women's Voice. The Van Hyning meeting was attended
    50 persons, who wore MacArthur buttons and praised
    as the man who could best be expected to take what
    action they considered desirable.

    Leftists Protest Sabbath Ban At Demonstration
    TEL AVIV (JTA) The left-wing Mapam and Communists
    held small demonstrations here to protest against the ban of vehicu-
    lar traffic on the Sabbath. Members of both opposition groups were
    told to come on bicycles, skates and donkey carts. The new re-
    strictions are part of a fuel-conservation program.
    Jewish
    I rged To Heal Broad-Mindedly
    MUNICH (JTA) An appeal to the German authorities and
    delegation at the reparations talks with Israel at The Hague to deal
    broad-mindedly and with an absence of bureaucracy with the is-
    sues involved was made here by Dr. Otto Kuester. original deputy
    chairman of the German delegatior.. who resigned in protest against
    the Government position last Spring. Dr. Kuester severely con-
    demned Dr. Franz Schaeffer, German Minister of Finance, who, he
    to Israel to strengthen the coun- said ha(j no c]ear understanding of "objective law." He said that
    try is. therefore, a challenge to i repa'ratiors payments to Israel could create the possibility of a new
    the American Zionist movement, I German -legal spirit."
    he said.
    Expects No Oppression Here
    Thelsrael Foreign Minister,
    who during his present :stay in
    the United States visited many
    large and small Jewish commun-
    Ues emphasized that the misery
    e
    ,hich has driven Jews from oth-
    er countries to emigrate to Israel
    before and after the war does
    not exist among Jews in the
    Nor is there an;
    president
    been elected
    a and expressed nope max [executive head oi tna: organization ior me. m was announced here
    American Jews will understand I by Dr. Samuel S. Hollender, chairman of the Union's executive
    the need to comply with his ap- | board. ....
    peal. The convention was ad-
    dressed also by s. Shazar, former i jewish Labor Committee Forms Separate Body
    hrDo^kmStme0mb^rUo7S:jS: NEW YORK (JTA)- The Jewish Labor Committee on Mon-
    fsh AgeScy TxTculrve njeru- day announced the establishment of a commission to celebrate the
    iatem- Eh" Hayim Greenberg, 300th anniversary of Jewish life m America. "We will especially
    member of the Jewish Agency emphasize the role which the mass immigration of Jews played in
    mf,..1L' mL, vrk. .* Mrt- the development of our country and of our Jewish community."
    executive in New York; and Mel-
    KV^redicrThal American ech Neu. Mapai leader in Israel.
    the development
    the announcement said.


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    7/ Say...
    Wre the Chicago Convention, prosaic Robert A.
    [appeared to have the edge on his more glamourous
    Ike" Eisenhower. This was due far more to ef-
    U organization than personal popularity. The
    Bug day disclosed that many people have awaken-
    p the ruthless tactics of the Taft machine. The
    r.ift Chairman of the Republican Party. Guy Gab-
    3:1. justified his steamrolling with the blur.t retort:
    is a parliamentary matter and not a moral ques-
    Mr. Taft has not repudiated his Chairman's
    ttD.
    IERISM
    fact, Senator Taft has often displayed callous in-
    rence towards issues of high moral significance.
    . Ins attitude toward Adolph Hitler. Was he ever
    ked by Hitler's wrecking the Weimer Republic?
    us smashing of German liberties? By the sadistic
    jii'i g in concentration camps? By the unprecedented
    t murders? If so, he never registered disapproval,
    [throughout that lurid epoch of savagry and gang-
    Is,,,, the Senator enveloped himself with an isolation
    ISOLATIONIST
    fe can only wonder whether Mr. Taft really under-
    the menace of Hitler. Perhaps he did not care.
    jid he secretly admire that monster's ferocity and
    Deity? One thing is clear: American Isolationism
    "most acceptable to Nazi aspirations. An isolation-
    policy signified indifference that was not very far
    i endorsement. It carried an implication that Hit-
    capers were quite all right, and no concern of the
    lA.
    OBSTRUCTIONIST
    Jut Mr. Taft did more than stand aloof. He actually
    feted the forces of evil. As senator he voted against
    lire of American vessels before Pearl Harbor. He
    tested the Selective Service Act, or its extension.
    houcht against repealing the Neutrality Act, which
    fcetie the sale of war materials to belligerents, that
    Btitain, France, Holland, Belgium, Norway, and
    ...rk in the coming war.
    LEND-LEASE
    World War II had engulfed Europe. Nation after
    nation was writhing under the iron boots of Storm
    Troopers. In desperation FDR. urged the Lend-Lease
    Act. which authorized the U.S. to supply war materials
    to the Allies. This act was the greatest single factor in
    preventing defeat of Britain, the only power left in
    Europe to fight Hitlerism. Yet Senator Taft described
    Lend-Lease as a measure to make Uncle Sam the big-
    gest and best Santa Claus the world had ever seen.
    He used every bit of influence to defeat this measure
    almost on the eve of Pearl Harbor.
    THE NURENBERG TRIAL
    The Senator did assist in the creation of Medinat
    Israel. But he was deeply indebted to Abba Hillel Sil-
    ver. The Jewish vote in Ohio was certainly a factor
    that helped to elect him by a narrow margin in the
    1944 Senatorial campaign. But was he really touched
    by the extermination of 6,000,000 Jews? Mot from his
    attitude towards their murderers. When the 22 top
    Nazis were tried at Nurenberg, Senator Taft declared
    his opposition to bringing these fiends before any inter-
    national bar of justice.
    COMMUNISM
    Is Taft Fit For The Presidency?
    By HARRY SIMONHOFF
    armed forces already sent. The following year, he fav-
    ored the pulling of all U.S. troops out of Korea. Six
    months later, he demanded more militant measures,
    even at the risk of war with Russia, an approval of
    Douglas Mac-Arthur's stand. Three mor.ths thereafter,
    he branded the Korean War as "utterly useless and
    expensive." Half a year went by, and he demanded
    an invasion of China by Chiang Kai-shek's Nationalists,
    even though it would involve the U.S. in a great and
    endless war in Asia.
    UNITED NATIONS
    The test of any statesman's integrity is his attitude
    towards permanent peace. With all its defects, the
    United Nations is by far the best instrument that has
    yet been devised for the prevention of war. Why Mr.
    Taft should resist ar.d ridicule this world organization
    passes understanding. As far back as August 26, 1943,
    the Senator voiced objections against the creation of
    international machinery as a means of maintaining
    peace. This queer attitude suggests the basic isolation-
    ist, the provincial careerist, the yokel who betrays a
    pathologic distrust of all foreigners.
    GENOCIDE
    Leaning to power politics, or playing to German
    constituents might explain his apathy towards Hitler.
    But the Senator seems to exhibit a similar blindness
    to the Communists. He opposed the Breton Woods
    agreement for the financial rehabilitation of Europe,
    a measure designed as a protective device against con-
    quest by Russia. He resisted the sending of military
    missions to Greece and Turkey, countries that became
    strong bastions against Russia. He was "absolutely op-
    posed" to the Marshall Plan for economic aid t^Europe
    and Asia as a prevention to the spread of Communism.
    KOREA
    On the Korean War, Senator Taft's position is cur-
    iously ambivalent. His first reaction was that the Presi-
    dent had illegally intervened in Korea; yet the policy
    was sound and he would vote approving the use of
    Mr. Taft's intuitive leanings towards Nazi philosophy
    is best reflected in his alleged favoring of Senate Reso-
    lution 130. Significantly this motion introduced by
    Ohio's Senator Bricker was apparently inspired by
    Rankin of Mississippi, America's No. 1 anti-Semite.
    This resolution aims to prevent the U.S.A. from ratify-
    ing the U-N. Genocide Convention already signed by 38
    nations. It is the boast of the junior senator of Ohio
    that Mr. Taft has joined him in obstructing the Human
    Rights program sponsored by the UN. that seeks pro-
    tection for religious or cultural groups in danger of
    annihilation. This is understandable in the venomous
    John W. Rankin. But it is incomprehensible why Rob-
    ert A. Taft should favor the removal of any safeguard
    that might hinder the extermination of Negroes, Catho-
    lics, Jews, Indonesians, Chinese, or any other minority
    people from the face of the earth.
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    Jewish Deputy
    Kills Self
    TEL AVIV (JTA) Alexander
    Yakob, Deputy Minister of Fi-
    nance of Rumania and a Jew, has
    committed suicide, the afternoon
    press reported here today. The
    story was based on information
    reaching Yakob's relatives in Is-
    rael.
    The newspapers also reported
    that two more prominent Jews
    in Rumania have been removed
    from party office in the latest
    Communist Party political purge.
    They are Bercu Feldman, mem-
    ber of the Rumanian Communist
    Politburo and chairman of the
    Jewish Democratic Committee,
    and Sherban Leibovitz, of the
    Hashomer Hatzair.
    A Yugoslav News Agency re-
    port quoted by the press here
    today asserts that Rumania's sec-
    ond deputy Foreign Minister An-
    na Toma, a close associate of
    Anna Pauker and like her a
    Jew, is missing and believed to
    be under arrest.
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    Drive, will be held at the Chel-
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    through Sunday, September 14th,
    it was announced here by Max
    Orovitz, co-chairman of the
    Greater Miami Israel Bond Com-
    mittee.
    The first such conference,
    which was devoted to the in-
    tensification of American aid to
    Israel's economic growth, was
    held last September in Washing-
    ton. DC.
    "The purpose of the forthcom-
    ing conference in Atlantic City,"
    Orovitz stated in announcing
    plans for the gathering, "is to
    review the progress which the
    people of Israel have made in
    their determination to achieve ec-
    onomic independence. The con-
    ference will appraise the role of
    American Jewry in promotion of
    a partnership of investment and
    economic achievement through
    the $500,000,000 Israel Bond
    Drive."
    Samuel Friedland, Greater Mi-
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    Sam Blank and Carl Weinkle,
    referred to the fact that over
    400,000 Americans have subscrib-
    ed to more than $235,000,000 in
    State of Israel Bonds in little
    more than a year since the Issue
    was first offered for sale. "One
    of the primary objectives of the
    sessions," Friedland said, "will
    be the stimulation of an even
    higher rate of subscriptions dur-
    ing the Fall, 1952, phase of the
    drive, which will be Initiated by
    the conference."
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    DITORIAL
    In Meinoriain
    Two significant memorial dates will be com-
    memorated on Sunday and Monday of next
    week: July 13th, the anniversary of the death
    of Theodor Herzl. and July 14th, that of Chaim
    Nachman Bialik.
    The calendar of a living people is enriched by
    slow but constant accretion. Generation by gen-
    eration, some major event occurs which strength-
    ens its being, augments its culture and tradition
    and adds to its ideals.
    Such has been the case with the lives of
    Herzl and Bialik, each man symbolic of a height-
    ened aspect of Israel's existence. The one estab-
    lished a practical structure for fulfilling a 2,000-
    year-old Jewish dream; the other contributed to
    Hebrew culture, employing what had previously
    been considered a dead lanauage as the instru-
    ment of his lyric poetry and showing bv literary
    experience that language's adaptability to con-
    temporary needs.
    In a larger sense, Bialik's historic function may
    be described as the emotional preparation of
    Jewry for the new task of nation-buildinc. With
    the probing genius of a areat poet, he expressed
    its nostalgia for the dying world of the pious,
    self-contained Jewish town. He portrayed its
    changing value? through a new emphasis on
    heroism, self-defense and the rebuilding of Zion.
    But the nation would never have been bud:
    without the political and organizational vision ci
    Herzl. Spruna from a European culture very far
    from that of Bialik's Russian-Polish Jewry, he saw
    the Jewish guestion through the eyes of modern
    statesmanship. He brought it out of the realm of
    folklore and prayer into the arena of world ool-
    *lr*. I'JUilicrs
    Z//eJrf&t Progress
    while organizing his people to cope with
    the political and economic forces of the twentieth
    century.
    With the realization of the Zionist ideal, both
    in Israel and cmong World Jewry, the memorial
    dates cf both these men reflect the great changes
    that have revolutionized Jewish history in our
    own lifetime.
    Calls For Further Denazification 0ff Ih!^rd
    The removal of Mrs. Anna Pa2.*
    manian official circles was, on the (
    innocent as any sudden move m^6
    Soviet Union through its satellite Jr
    One could argue that the enS?
    tion came as a result of Mrs. Pauke
    tence or that the guestion of her ai]S 1
    the Kremlin became a spontaneous 2
    higher Communist echelons. But it rZ i
    from the outset, that none of theses*'
    was correct; it can not be assumed th?1
    act accordinq to obvious political pri
    Those who associated Mrs. Poulter"0"1
    with her Jewishness touched the basic8
    mediately. Long a personal friend of !
    in's, she symbolized one of the few
    Jewish representatives in the Soviet
    Her desperately written appeal to him
    last effort to reach Moscow by phone as
    of recalling the "resignation" attests la'
    lat'onship.
    Now the story is out. Now it is told lh-J
    Pauker was removed because of her dotT
    illegal traffic of Jewish emigration to
    Communist official circles would have us
    that Mrs. Pauker's fall into disrepute
    solely from this blackmarket trade
    Assuming the Soviet accusation is true
    Mrs. Pauker is gui.lty of having recoqnizL
    Jews constitute a specific spiritual indiv2
    which can never give way to the faceless
    ocrity that must be Communist society thcrtl
    instinctively resisted the effort to grind' thenl
    a common, unquestioning mold and that thei
    of Zionist Israel represented somethina fort
    far more valuable than the Soviet reqime
    But such conjecture merely places upon(
    munist Pauker the onus of an idealism proh
    never felt. Undoubtedly, her removal repre
    another step in the direction of destroying
    personality behind the iron curtain.
    treaty bet! .,.... leclared that the pending
    terrathen "\ :' ,r '
    ta-rei esta ned ...
    nd anti-Semn -: n strong*
    .... a statement submit,
    G' enl .... ..... the Bonn
    groups and | .
    intensive .ampa.gr tradition, a.
    Semitism i
    and appr pria,
    measures, ei rig t igitation foi
    further modifi atior
    ter.ces or wai
    prohibition of m -\
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    dared that Germany.
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    By NATHAN ZIPRIN
    Crackpots And Politics
    c;' ral i i. K Smith and his
    lanning to utilize
    n convention in
    trum for the
    nd anti-Semit-
    Smith is said to be plan-
    ning one of the boldest moves in
    his notorious career physical
    reisure of the platform by his
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    crackpot followers during to*
    m \l ?'.,he convenl'n turmoil.
    it inis bold scheme is not thwart-
    ed by immediate action. Smith
    intends to lake the platform and
    deliver an anti-Semitic address
    coupled with a vitriolic attack
    on Ike the Jew." Republican
    een advised <.f this
    nd if the incident
    ''!'; rding to Smith*
    I.';"1- thi American people will
    know'where to place the blame
    ; >!;.. the protestations of P.
    ';' al 'eaders that they neither
    licit the s,ipp,t of
    Smiths and his foul ilk. in
    ";? ,he Jw haters plan to
    th ,C "nven"n with more
    caflet. ;hKUsand anti-Semitic
    h3 I; Thls ,0 has b*en
    brought to the attention of the
    convention arrangers. [, fact
    . pai -
    rs to
    ** iSon ,CuUncil nulli,i*d
    ent" ** by it.
    plarlcs q Vl.T io,.ln,lucnce the
    - both pohtical parties
    happens if the platform .
    ,of the Republican Party
    them and incorporate i
    pro-Israel plank? Will
    gentlemen then urge their:
    lowart not to vote Repu
    If one of the political
    should take then position,
    1 they then advocate support]
    that party even at th r;sk|
    rejecting their own thesis
    regard to the Jewish vot!
    think those gentlemen haven
    ed themaelvi on the
    dilemma from which they
    not be able to extri
    selvea without serioui nan
    to their digmtv and pants .1
    Is That The Way
    To Fight Communism?
    New York City was |
    learn this week that the pn
    der.t of one of the city*! Ian
    department stores had distri
    ted anti-Semitic literature
    hil elose friends. The gentk
    in question was Philip Le
    tilier. head of Best and
    pany, who included Jews an
    the recipients of the scur
    propaganda. When th* n
    was brought to his attention. I
    gentleman apologized, declui
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    Our UN Newsletter
    By ARTHUR LEWIS
    (Copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
    NITED NATIONS The latest changes in the Egyptian Gov-
    , nt have come at a time when the Israeli delegation has been
    jnsultation with the sponsoring powers here of the Security
    cil resolution calling on the Egyptian Government to stop its
    ference with shipping bound for Israel through the Suez Canal.
    During the last few weeks, the delegation has had two meet-
    with rcpres- ted States and ha* also been in correspondence with thesa of-
    fals. The purpose of this diplomatic activity is the question
    [implementing the Security Council resolution which, by the
    Jy, wet adopted more than a year ago.
    ".\itually. no attempt has been made to find out whether the
    btian Government would comply with the Security Council rul-
    lt said that it would not, and it was left at that. The trouble
    ..it the captains and the shipping lines are afraid of the risk
    d in trying to find out whether the blockade is still being
    Ma*aboo Lodge
    lusiails Officers
    An open installation of newly-
    elected officers of the Ma:cab.j
    Lodge Ko. 182. Knights of | I
    ias, will be held tomorrow even-
    ing, 8 p.m., at Tifereth Israel
    Northside Center.
    Officers include Rubin Kutun.
    chancellor comn~.ar.der; Henry
    Hochfelsen, vice chancellor; Her-
    bert Hochfelscn, prelate: Samuel
    | Goldstein, master arms: Harry
    Tomaehin, treasurer; Morris Las-
    setter, financial secretary. Jac-
    ques Roher. secretary; Phillip
    Jacoby. outer guard: and Harry
    Rubenstein, inner guard.
    why there was a good deal of interest in the fact that
    I] n freighter carrying a cargo for Israel was allowed to pass
    I the Suez Canal without hindrance. This occurred some
    ne ago, but as far as is known here, there has been no repc-
    i In other words, the Italian freighter is the first and only
    t through the blockade.
    This ship was probably allowed free passage of the canal
    :au:e it carried food and had a csrgo of grain. At least, that is
    vi:w of the Israeli delegation here. The Egyptian Govern-
    knt has always contended that it had the legal right to halt
    _. shipment of oil, machinery and other goods which could be
    Essified as war goods because it is technically not at peace with
    fael
    The Israeli view is that no distinction between food and other
    :i be made and that the Security Council ruling is that all
    b und for Israel should be allowed through the Suez Canal
    it any hindrance. The delegation here hopes that, as a result
    tings with the representatives of the three powers which
    the resolution, these powers will bring measure to bear
    yptian Government to raise the blockade.
    Hillel Girls Installation
    Hillel Chapter. B'nai B'rith
    Girls, will install officers Sun-
    day afternoon. 2 p.m., at the
    Biscayne Terrace Hotel. Milton
    A. Friedman. National Youth
    Commissioner, will act a in-
    stalling officer.
    Personally Speaking...
    Mrs. Frieda Rappaport, of 1136 SW 5th Street, has returned
    from a five-week visit in Brool-.lyn, New York, with her daughter
    and family, the Emanuel Horowitzs. While there, she attended
    th Bar Mitzvah of her grandson, Joseph Michael, and was a
    guest al the wedding of her nephew, Sidney Siegel. The Siegels
    ere currently honeymooning at Ihe Seacombar Hotel, Miami
    Beach.
    * *
    New vacation arrivals at th~ Csceola Lake Inn, Henderson-
    ville, North Carolina, include Mr. and Mrs. Herman Barnett,
    Mrs. Fcnnie Daum, H. Fein, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Salmony and
    tcmily. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Noblett, Mr. and Mr\ H. Reiss, Mr-
    and Mrs. Abe Hanan, Mr. and Mrs. J. Robert, Mr. and Mrs.
    lerry Rachman and Mr. and Mrs. Aba Zippem.
    -* *
    Off on a Iv/o-week vacation ior New York and the moun-
    tains is Mrs. Sophie Rosenthal, d 1501 NE 1st Avenue. Mrs.
    Rosenthal motored with her dauahter and son-in-law, Mr. and
    Mrs. George Cohan, 6401 SW lbth Terrace, Miami.
    * + *
    MiE3 Esther Sussmcn, of 3701 Pine Tree Drive, has return-
    ed from u seven-day trip to the Rcyal Victoria Hotel, Nassau.
    While there, -he met Miss Mildred Krupsaw, of Miami Beach.
    Ni
    approach has been made to the Egyptian Government on
    sue, not even after the fall of the highly nationalist Wafd
    Minister as a result of the burning of Cairo. In the opinion
    Middle Eastern observers here, the changes which have
    itly occurred in the Egyptian Government are more of men
    I ilicy.
    It has been known that Prime Minister Hilaly Pasha has
    fentcd to retire for some tirr.j. He had failed to reach an agree-
    |tnt with the British over the controversial issues of the Suez
    anal Zone and the Sudan, and he was a dispirited man. King
    irouk looked around for another independent politician as his
    fecessor and found him in the person of Sirry Pasha.
    Hi ..' vir. Prime Minister Siiry Pasha's main task, like that of
    predecessor, is to try to break the back of the Wafd Party, and
    II ing to be difficult. There are reports from Cairo that there
    Inert using discontent in Egypt, and the Wafd, despite defections
    iption. has been gaining in popularity. For that reason, the
    |B< li delegation is not too sanguine about any chances of the new
    irptian Government formally lifting the blockade, as that would
    the hands of the Wafd Party.
    keal Betrothal Of
    III i Mrs. E. P. Nelson, of
    ana Street, Hollywood,
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    ii daughter, Andrea, to Paul
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    Mr. Diamond attended Samuel
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    Miss Andrea Nelson
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    County Chaoter BBYO. treasurer
    of South Florida B'nai B'rith
    Young Adult Council and was
    I recently elected president of Dis-
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    FRIDAY. JULY
    All week I've been purring privately like a kitten over a
    saucer of eam because, although a columnists meat is news. 1 m
    of the opinion thai it's Readers.
    This conviction was touched off by a Sunday newspaper s
    statement, in which a male columnist chortle, w.ih pleasure orer
    Sphi Tucker's regularly-mailed batch of dippfj**KE?l &
    thev mention Miss Tucker but the tear-sheets furnish else. jits
    and pots on other performers. And. states he. a columnist s meat
    is rews."
    Well. Miss Tucker's nsver sent me a bundle, so I've never
    experienced this repture. And if she did. I wouldn t know what
    lc .-nake of it ... I will take people in person, any time. Con-
    sic.rcbly more exciting. Ar.d their reactions are so stimulating.
    F instan e. there it was 9 j f this
    wl tr. Svd Gotl : -'
    hen th sigl I imn shot her u|
    dial t.'.e phone and say: "But you s so ei
    rugfc: at 1 Monte C I n't m you evei
    - tunning." 1
    in{ :e ma Mil
    Earlier that same day, however, Jennie Bennett had mention-
    ec :.n the office of the Miami Beach Hotel Association, "I was dis-
    eppointed in your column this week."
    "I often am."
    I didn't recognize." she wer.t on. "the name of a sincie per-
    son I know."
    3ut ral : lertru
    .- v .. Saturday night n-.u
    : ni a Hello ol
    hei ; ng. "All I
    i: s. I read y >ui I '
    Don't a thai I said I love it."
    Lik ere 1 Afl i
    , he lit u ..." y asking. "M
    id ". : I
    .
    'Jpon the heels of this huge triumph another Reader, you see!
    Ce..-ne the episode with Dr. Sam Kaplan. It proves what- divine
    bala.-.ce arrrnges our world. Like gentlemai
    tva: md loubtfully 1 n i
    !: And thereafter Lati zing
    i ; I I
    this pi frowi An not a
    \. nist in I Mis phonett
    He ag .
    I vis.te
    re to the B Hoi Sun neert for Sal
    '-'. : ma [blushed f
    Of course.' ] v you But 1
    y rsonahty "
    pologize, "I fatigu
    A : : tough da; W ting pi -
    tures. tee\ I i lalit; n n tod ai
    : t
    The night before was better, when a phone call buzzed in
    from the Seacomber's Manny Mandel. An explosive. "So this car
    aicve up right beside me at the red light, and they shouted. Man-
    ny did you see your name in the paper?' "
    1 '..... I i I r -.-. : Sun Tl
    ' 1 wondl what paper, wl an thej talking ab n i New
    Yoj* Times maybe? This bothers m( intil I s. Sa Chaftez and
    Stan Lebpw, who reveal all. "Listen." he ended urgently -it
    i-.. need a cup of coffee or a salami sandwich"
    The same pattern wrapped around Ira Gottfried. Id dropped
    in for a fast haircut at his Joan's beauty shop and he am ti
    j in mid-air. "Start clipping me." I told him T
    Wait, I have to tell you something. Was it a Surprise Oui
    West Miami a neighbor drove past and hollered, 'Did
    ru in the papers? You and Julie?"
    "So juhe and I went to the corner right away and told t e
    ma-. Our na.-r.es in the pap.:- Which one'" "
    ' 'Right here.' "
    By mail (I'm still purring, Charlotte Shalom had written- "Im
    tV le Pr:n^s w-orn out. By telephone, P n ft ,
    Thank you: but frankly. I've oeen annoyed with you a"
    havent dropped in to see our new
    And a personal visit ten minutes ago from FreH anri haa,-
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    I said cautiously. "You liked""
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    .daughter. Maraery. to Paul NM- pha Phi.
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    tIDAY. JUCY 11. 1952
    Personally Speaking
    k~l PAGE 7 A.
    *W*W*WWW
    Dr. and Mrs. Julius M. Rosenthal. of 244 West Rivo Alto
    live, Miami Beach, left for Monticello, New York, where they
    B'nai B'rith Splash Party
    Swimming meet races in ama-
    teur competition will headlire
    Finkelstein Heads Council
    Results of the elections for of-
    I ficers for the year 1952-53, of
    I the Greiter Miami B'rai B'rith
    me program of entertainment at i Youth
    the Splash Dance Party sponsor-
    spend the summer.
    + *
    En route on a European and Near Eastern tour with an in-
    Inational conference of women attorneys is Mrs. Anna Bren-
    |r Meyers Mrs. Meyers recently visited the Taj Mahal and
    It immediately thereafter for Pakistan.
    * *
    Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of!
    L,\sh Education, has left here to continue work on the Doctor-
    L Degree at Dropsie College, Philadelphia. Pennsylvania.
    Ihwartzman will return to Miami during the first week of
    Lgust.
    * +
    Dr. and Mrs. Murry Kaye, of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, are
    lending a two-week vacation with their grandfather. Mr. Kol-
    |c:: Luria, 4575 Post Avenue, Miami Beach. Expected to join
    km soon are Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Luria, New Haven, Connecti-
    L parents of Mrs. Kaye.
    * *
    Miss Marian Cohen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
    then, 14C0 Pennsylvania Avenue, is spending her vacation in
    keen Mansions, Adirondacks. Her mother will join her in New
    fc: V. later, and they will divide their time visiting relatives in
    Ic^sachusetts and attending the wedding in Brooklyn of Mrs.
    then's nephew.
    * *
    Mrs Moses Krieger, of 1114 Alton Road, with her daughter,
    l:s. Dorothy Krieger Fink, left for Los Angeles. California,
    I she will visit Mrs. M. C. Burton and Mrs. Louis Matz, two
    Iher daughters.
    * *
    Mr*. I. L. Kussner and sons, Paul and Robert, of 809 Sevilla
    Ivenue, Coral Gables, are leaving this week for a motor trip
    brth. They will spend the weekend in South Carolina, visiting
    kicther son, Conrad, and then continue to Montreal, Canada,
    Ihere they will stay at the home of Mrs. C. C. Gilletz in Val
    Icr.n. Mr. Kussner will fly north later to spend his vacation
    r.d motor back with them.
    * *
    Miriam R Fields, of the Goodwill Group of Greater Miami,:
    I spending her vacation in New York City.
    * +r *
    Dr. and Mrs. Hyman Lieber and dauahters, Frances and '
    fcrothy Oshlag, are at home at 3580 Walnut Grove Road, Mem-
    pis, Tennessee.
    * *
    Miss Connie Landau, daughter of Mrs. Esther Landau. 815
    Rlton Road, Miami Beach, left for a three-week vacation in
    Bellerose, Long Island. New York She is visiting with her broth-
    er and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Eli Landau, and nephews.
    peil and Lester.
    * *
    Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Serott, of 2631 South Miami Avenue,
    pnnounce the birth of their granddaughter early this week. Par-
    ents are Mr. and Mrs. Julian Pearson, Montreal Canada. Patern-
    pl grandparents are Mr. and Mrs Sam Pearson, also of Mon-
    treal.
    * *
    Flagler-Granada members spending their July 4th week-
    end at the Saxon Motel were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Masters and
    phildren and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Uram and daughter. Marilyn,
    fend grandson. Members who checked in for the summer in-
    rludp Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kirschner and daughter, Mr. and
    plrs. Raymond Frankel and family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Marks
    pnd daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Marks, Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
    pn Goodman and daughters, Mr. and Mrs Jack Shaw and child-
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    pein and children, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stewart and children
    P-'id Mr. and Mrs. Sol Alexander and children.
    * *
    I Mr. and Mrs. Fredric Rosenthal, of 2485 SW 22nd Avenue,
    r'iami, are entertaining Mrs. Rosenthal's mother, Mrs. Rose
    l^rams. Also visitina with them are her sister, Mrs. Rose Ab-
    pms, and brother-in-law. Jack Fieman
    * *
    I Spending their vacation at the Rendale Hotel, Miami Beach. '
    |e Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sincoff, Brooklyn, New York, brother and
    ter-in-law of Mrs. Joseph Cohen, 1400 Pennsylvania Avenue.
    e Sincoffs will follow up their stay here with stops at the
    'el Nacionale, Havana, Cuba, and Nassau.
    * *
    I Abe Aronovitz has interrupted his vacation at the Oceola
    P9 Inn, Hendersonville, North Carolina, to return to Miami for
    en day business trip.
    |ed by Tropical Lodge, B'nai
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    J Pool and Patio, tomorrow even-
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    Organization Council,
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    Edward Finkelstein, of trie Hil-
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    RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
    PAGE 9 9
    BETH DAVID CONGREGA-
    TION will hold Friday evening
    services at 6:30 p.m. The series
    of late Friday evening services
    conducted by lay members is
    scheduled for 8:30 p.m., with a
    scrmonette to be delivered by
    Harry Simons. His topic is sched-
    uled as: The Ethics Of Our Fath-
    c is And The American Consti-
    tution. Saturday morning serv-
    ices will be at 9 a.m., with Rabbi
    Max Shapiro discussing the
    Weekly Portion. Mincha will be
    ;it 6:30 p.m,

    BETH EL CONGREGATION
    will hold Friday evening services
    at 7 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
    ices are scheduled for 8:30 a.m.,
    with a class in Theology follow-
    ing at 5:30" p.m. Mincha will be
    at 6:15 p.m., followed by Shalos
    Seudos.
    *
    BETH JACOB CONGREGA-
    TION will hold Friday evening
    services at 6:45 p.m. Saturday
    morning services are scheduled
    for 8:30 a.m. Mincha will be at
    ti:45 p.m., followed by Shalos
    | Seudos. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
    will discuss The Weekly Portion.
    morning services will be at 9
    m.. with Samuel Richman
    chanting the liturgy. Rabbi A1.
    fred Waxman will discuss The
    Weekly Portion. Afternoon serv-
    ices will be at 5:45 p.m., follow-
    ed by a talk on Ethics Of The
    Fathers. Morris Harris will be
    host at Shalos Seudos.
    2AMORA JEWISH CENTER
    will hold Saturday morning serv-
    RnH u r? &. witn Reverend
    Rudolf E. Brill officiating Har-
    vey Glaser, son of Mr. and Mrs.
    Max Glick. will be Bar ftfitzvah
    at that time.
    ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
    Friday evening services at 6 p.m.
    Saturday morning services are
    scheduled for 8:30 a.m., with Rab-
    bi Abraham Sachs discussing The
    | Weekly Portion.
    TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
    hold Friday evening services at
    E 15 p.m. Guest speaker will be
    |Dr, Frederick B. Rauth, Assist-
    ant Professor of Human Rela-
    Itions at the University of Mi-
    h.iiii. Cantor Samuel Kelemer
    I will render the musical portions
    I of ;ill services.

    TEMPLE ISRAEL will hold
    [Friday evening services at 8:15
    li with Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan,
    IK ii Emeritus, officiating. Sat-
    I morning services will be
    |at 11 a.m., when the Bar Mitzvah
    Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs.
    lAhaham Weiss, will take place.
    TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
    SIDE CENTER will hold Satur-
    pa\ morning services at 9 a.m.,
    nth Reverend George Goldberg
    iating and discussing The
    Iwi kly Portion.

    WEST MIAMI JEWISH CEN-
    ER schedules Friday evening
    ices for 6:45 p.m. Saturday
    VACATION
    By DAVID SCHWARTZ
    (Copyright, M, Jtwlah Twlsajraphio
    Annoy, Inc.)
    At this time of the year, when
    everyone wants to nlav hookey
    from work and take a vacation
    we may recall the story of Rabbi
    Eliezer Ben Israel, the great Ball
    Shem Tov of the Chassidim.
    As a child, we are told, he liked
    to play hooky from Chedcr and
    retire to the woods. He was in
    love with Nature, and he brought
    the freedom of the open space
    back into the synagogue. The
    I fields were his Hebrew school
    and the trees taught him the Tal-
    j mud.
    Books have their use, but he
    j said that some people studied
    the Torah so much, they over-
    looked God. It was like a paint-
    er who copied photographs, in-
    stead of painting directly from
    models.
    He was an anomaly as a young
    man. A young fellow loafing in
    the woods, instead of bending
    over the sacred folios. A young
    man who was content to take the
    most demeaning positions, to dig
    lime for a living, to serve as a
    janitor, to tend bar. Where was
    his ambition? Yet the discrimin-
    ating could recognize his unusual
    quality.
    A leader of the community, im-
    pressed by his character, pledged
    the young man his daughter as a
    bride. Shortly after, the man
    died. But Eliezer Ben Israel vis-
    ited the home of the young wom-
    an. Her brother opening the door.
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    coin in his hands.
    "I don't want that," he said.
    "I want your sister."
    The brother was horrified that
    this tramp should think of marry-
    ing her, but the sister looked at
    Eliezer and took his hand and
    went with him.
    In the woods, he had gotten !
    to know a great deal about herbs ;
    and he would prescribe herb
    medicines for sick people. But
    he soon found that he could also
    hca! people without herbs, with
    words; that he could heal with
    ideas and thoughts dropped, not
    in the mourns, but in the minds
    of people.
    He recognized that most sick-
    nesses, are, as wc say today, psy-
    chosomatic, that most people are
    fife1 S'Ck '" the'r PhilosPh'es of
    The story is told of Dr. Krantz.
    the only Reform rabbi in the
    ?Ki tablished his home there, he plac-
    ed a sign in front of his house,
    reading simply: Dr. Krantz.
    An old Jewish woman who had
    tried all the physicians in the
    vicinity for her rich assortment
    of ailments decided to try the
    new doctor. So she went in to
    see him.
    "{.amTsorry," said the Reform
    rabbi. "I am not a medical doc-
    tor, I am a doctor of philosophy."
    "Philosophy!" said the old
    lady, "what kind of sickness is
    that?"
    Philosophy can be a sickness,
    but it can also be a medicine and
    healing.
    The Baal Shem Tov believed '
    that religious concepts which em-
    phasized gloom were wrong. God
    was everywhere.
    With God everywhere at his
    side, man should not fear. God
    was good. Even evil, he held,
    contained good. God wants us
    to be cheerful, he held, and He
    withdraws from us, when we
    give way to melanTholy.
    He believed the happy person
    was more apt to be the good
    person. If you are happy, you
    will tend to make others happy.
    The chief sin is melancholy.
    Almost overnight, he created
    a revolution in Judaism as hun-
    dreds of Chassidic synagogues,
    following his ideas, were estab-
    lished. He created a revolution
    without firing a gun. It was the
    testimony to the vitality of his
    ideas. A great idea conquers
    without an army. We run to cm-
    brace it.
    Memorial For
    Herzl, Blallk
    The memorial date of the death
    of Dr. Theodore Herzl and Chaim
    Nachman Bialik will be com-
    memorated on Sunday morning,
    11 a.m., over station WFEC.
    Rabbi Max Shapiro, president
    of the Greater Miami Rabbinical
    Council and spiritual leader of
    Beth David Synagogue, will ap-
    pear on Simon Seiden's Jewish
    Forum of the Air, eulogizing the
    founder of Zionism and the. fam-
    ous Hebrew poet.
    Dr. Herzl's Yahrzeit falls on
    Sunday. Bialik's is on Monday.

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    FRIDAY, JULY n, ,
    sal
    PAGE 10 A
    Miami Named As
    Headquarters
    For Israel Bonds
    H State
    -,_ tions i I -
    I be local ''
    Milton S.
    Malakoff day.
    M lakoff. recenl I Flor-
    ida State manager for th A ten-
    Financial and Dc
    tion for Israel, said the
    was made to centralize sale
    :ds from on-- fnci in the
    The local office will re located
    in Room 1401. Congress Building,
    and will handle the commuri -
    ( : Jacksonville. Tamps. St. Pet-
    ersburg. Orlando. Lakeland.
    Gainesville. Daytona Beach. Hol-
    lywood. Ft. Lauderdale. West
    Palm Beach and smaller towns.
    Operations for the sale of Is-
    rael Bonds in Greater Miami will
    contirue to be directed from the
    1622 Collins Avenue office m Mi-
    ami Beach.
    The S500.000.000 State of Israel
    Independence Bond Issue was
    launched May 1. 1951. To date.
    more than 400.000 persons have
    purchased S135.000.000 in bonds,
    lndsutrial and agricultural de-
    velopment designed to help Is-
    rael achieve ecor.omic self-suf-
    ficiency already is in full prog-
    ress, as a result of proceeds of
    the first year's campaign in the
    United States. Malakoff said.
    Florida is rapidly becoming
    one of the most significant states
    in the country insofar as aid to
    Israel is concerned." he added, as
    he reported that plans for
    tensive drives ir. every Jewish
    community in I state are u.-.-
    der way.
    ZOA President Sees
    a
    Between You and Me"
    iLopyi
    rriaht. It
    Bv BORIS SMOLAR
    . Jewish Tel iraphi A| i
    :
    .toed by Ibe opposition a!I, competing
    1, reallj split the orgar i; los,g
    ips is a ..:: :: in .. attempt to
    ers ipwitl -tbe}ng|pln ; : Jia;. r for
    increase membership, the ZOA empi ^ resulu
    irect mail sohcitat in Bu. tiis, ^
    The new ZOA admtajstrat.on w.U addresses a. the ZOA
    and active president in Rabbi MMe ho iU> no
    convention hare proven him a good ora!or '"^ m* tance speech.
    nr\ the
    ever, by his demonsuauve aosen. ^ ^ S2?JSi
    &3J f "MB
    movemer.t should be above personal grievances .
    ,
    BEHIND THE SCENES: Non-Zionist groups in this country^andin
    Eurooe re trving to ascertain how seriously the Isiae Go\ern
    Sent fell? atbut expanding the Jewish Agency to include non-
    Ziontato They consider that the government's attitude is more
    mportant'in this" respect, than the present Agency executive.since
    ey assume that the Agency is not interested in sharing j^osition
    with the non-Zionists This ..sumption docs r.ot seem to be
    justified in the light of the statement mads by Dr. Nahum Goldman
    = 1 the ZOA convention, urging the development of the Jewish Agen-
    cy as a body in which Zionists and nor-Zionists could carry joint
    responsibility for financial aid to Israel The opinion among
    :;, non-Zionists is that i: the Israel Government really welcomes
    the active participati n of i or.-Zionist gi 'dies 'tandto
    gi n a great deal from actively entering t i Israel scene The
    influence whicl thev could exert in Isi ght well extend even
    into the field of educating the new and raw populat.on. helping to
    ard guide it toward g tizi I However, the ques-
    tion of non-Zionist participation in the Jewish Agency seems to
    I hallanriinff. PoriAfl d-pend largely on whether the bill on the flatus of the Agency is
    vllQilvlfy'HM I Cl IVU raed by the Israel Parliament in its present form, or whether it
    undergoes basic changes The bill envisages the enlargement of
    Agency as the most desirable aim of the Israel Government
    Shown above are members of the Ring Theater Production. Both
    Your Houses, which formally opened at the University of Mk
    last Monday evening. Reading clockwise from lower left .
    Marion Ettie. Joseph Wetsel. Joe Purnell. Dale Murphy. Bill*
    Richards. Bill Schledinger. Jim Branch. Adele Weaver. Peter Bit.
    cia. Ben Sachs and Kenneth Reid.
    Crowded Ring Theater Views Opening 01
    Pulitzer Award Play, Both Your Houses
    In a letter earlv
    - .- week addr< ss< to the pub-
    lisher of The Jew.sh Floridi
    Fred K. Shochet. Rabbi Irving
    Miller, newly-elected president of
    the Zionist Organization of An
    ica. expressed the feeling that the
    ZOA was embarking upon diffi-
    cult tin*
    "We are now entering one of
    the m -t critical and challenging
    periods in the history of the Zi-
    t Movement."' Ratbi Miller
    wrote. "If we act in the spirit
    h characterized our Organi-
    zation during the struggle for
    reation of Israel, I m
    hall succeed."
    th
    in? Agency ds ine rnh aeaiiouc ami ui me uicci u^..h.ic.h
    . But while the Israel Government would sinererely welcome such
    expansion, leaders 01 the World Zionist Organization have no sim-
    ilar desire ... It must, there! be expected that differences will
    occur between the government and th World Zionist Organization
    with regard to thi implementation of certain provisions of the bill
    "n t e Agency's li gal status These differences, .t is believed, will
    find expressi n w hen the bi mi n I I ael Parliament. .
    A MOVING DIARY: Si mething different ha appi ared in the liter-
    ature i n Jewi e under the Nazis S mi th ng very moving,
    which will attract unprecedented ttcrt n ... it is Anne Frank.
    . u young Jewish girl who, for two years, lived together
    with her fi nd 11 othei Jews, in an attu- hiding from the
    Naz in Holland She was finally discovered by the Gestapo
    shortly before the liberation of Holland by the Allies and died in
    the Nazi camp of Eergen-Bclscn Her diary, in which she re-
    corded her experiences and impressions during the er.tire period
    that shs was in hiding, was found by her friends in Holland and
    published ther-> The extraordinaty intellij i plaved bv
    : u 14-ye r-old girl in her writing is bot t a2jnB
    2 1 ls '" ;': I ising style 11 ,rd,.d
    A warm, crowded Ring Theater
    at the University of Miami wit-
    nessed the formal opening of
    Maxwell Anderson's play. Both
    Your Houses, last Monday even-
    ing.
    The political satire, which
    humorous if didactic fun
    at Washington corruption, is un-
    dei the direction of Professor
    Sam Hirseh. University Drama
    Department faculty member.
    The tei' i rfection "f the
    H production easily equals
    in exceUenci ecer.t Broad-
    way presentat ns : taged <>n Mi-
    an i Beach, and, indeed, with the
    except the Hi rbert Bc-rghof-
    L'ta Hagen-Luther Adlir inter-
    pretation of T h, surpasses
    them. Needli l lay, Professor
    Hirsch's draniatii work i always
    professionally satisfying, His rec-
    |ent product i f Thi Taming Of
    The Shrew and Romeo And Jul-
    iet vied moii than favorably in
    setting, lighting and costumes
    with the work of finished com-
    pany .-
    I The opening performance of
    Both Your Housi is no excep-
    Hap] Hii seems also
    t av< oven n hi re the mm-
    n on qu ility that
    plagui groups, for on-
    the an.ng less than
    uniformly fine.
    Bill S as Solomon
    Fit; : traj the bom-
    in turned cynic
    and slight li ith a de-
    that lenies the
    scope of his experience. Perhaj
    slightly overdone at times. 3
    satiric interpretation is neverthe-
    less more than satisfying. Also
    credible is the performance i
    Jim Branch as Alan McClean, the
    naive, muckraking youngster who
    attempts to destroy the corrup
    tion of a political machine that
    took years to build. Billie Rich-
    ards, as Bus, his secretary-ac-
    complice, also performs smoothly
    and professionally.
    Others who must be acclaixd
    are Kenneth Reid as Sirr.eoi
    Gray, and Peter Barcu as Wiaj
    Watt.
    The unusual conjunction ofl
    good acting a--d directing maka
    Both Your Houses delightful
    stage entertainment The value
    | of the Hirseh production is eve*
    J more heightened at the mon-ent,
    1 for its cynical approach casB
    i thoughtful light on the currrt
    Presidential election campaign.
    Both Your Houses will na
    through July 19th.
    LA
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    Jewish ftoridjgiin ItarinLlh!^k
    MINDLIN
    As I See It
    J1AMI. FLORIDA.
    FRIDAY. JULY 11. 1952
    SEC. E
    iraeli Labor's Strike Rights
    AVIV (JTA)The Minis*
    I abor is preparing a bill
    . ,ng all labor disputes to be
    tted to mediation ten days
    to the calling of a work
    bo ige Its mediators have been
    Gable to interested parties for
    r .,., years now.
    Lei nt strikes were brief wher-
    Ir i -nployers felt sure of being
    to pass on the rises to con-
    hu- This was no problem in
    l,st unlimited sellers' mar-
    if recent years, except where
    r.ment imposed ceilings
    j in the way, and then the
    I ment usually gave in soon-
    later It remains to be seen
    .tome of strikes which
    . me left-wing promises
    ri anize against large-scale
    - Is caused by the govern-
    new deflationary policy.
    far, serious problems arose
    ly in the sector of public em-
    ., :it __ an important factor
    rael since at least 25 percent
    : wage earners are cm-
    v central and local gov-
    . nt and the Jewish Agency.
    number are employed
    : prises owned by the His-
    H nher wholly or in some
    , : partnership with other
    izations.
    , -tadrut-affiliated coopera-
    ncluding agricultural com-
    ii hired labor is forbidden
    [r H:
    he appointment of Michael
    I. Nisselson. former president
    a the Amalgamated Bank of
    Jew York, as Director of De-
    lelopmer.t of Yeshiva Univer-
    lly. was announced by Dr.
    |air.uel Belkin. president. Nis-
    elscn will be responsible for
    'eloping and planning the
    ancing of the University's
    Jcpansion program, including
    e direction of the national
    E5.000.000 campaign lo estab-
    h Medical Center under the
    ;iv:rsity's auspices, with a
    College of Medicine, the first
    k the nation under Jewish
    ponsorship, as the first unit, j
    aron, Lesser
    eceive Chamber
    litations Here
    dt Hirsch Meyer has
    Board of Governors of the ,
    Beach Chamber of Com-
    The citation was made
    his retirement as pres- ,
    : the group. D. Richard
    . succeeds him.
    ted was Alfred A. Les-
    as the Miracle Man Of 1952.
    sfgned up 101 new Cham-
    numbers, the top member-
    drive performance of the
    Both Meyer and Lesser
    given gold Life Membership
    ids,
    ?i:ncipal speaker at the group's
    annual dinner was Clement
    ihnston. United State Cham-
    li "f Commerce vice president.
    his address, Johnston scored
    pmessmen because of their "hot
    aion for security" and their
    endence on government sup-
    - must choose between gov-
    pment paternalism and the in-
    ridual freedom and responsi-
    fty which has produced Amer-
    \ as we know it today," he said.
    on principle. But too high or un-
    popular admission conditions for
    new members have forced the
    cooperatives to hire some 30 per-
    cent of their working force.
    Strikes of such employees have
    occurred, even in a factory owned
    jointly by a co-op and a Histadrut
    holding company.
    While the strike was not
    authorized by the Histadrut's
    trade union department, others
    were, but as in the government,
    usually only as a warning meas-
    ure ard for a few hours at most.
    Together with the Histadrut-
    owned enterprises comprising
    most of the country's basic in-
    dustries, the co-ops constitute the
    only sector of the Israel economy
    ' where arbitration is the rule.
    Employees in Histadrut enter-
    prises enjoy* better than average
    conditions, but are seldom sup-
    ported by uniors in demands like-
    i ly to undermine discipline or
    I raise costs sharply. Workers' rep-
    ! resentative committees were
    ! formed and recognized in them
    1 much later than elsewhere, and
    i there is still no industry-wide
    union of Histadrut employees.
    Moreover, most of their workers
    are new immigrants without the
    faintest idea of the ideals of the
    Socialist founders of this system,
    and are not likely to adopt them
    as long as their management
    Rives them no more of a say in
    their running than is customary
    11st where in Israel industry. The
    most spectacular illustration of
    the friction inherent in this set-up
    was the recent six-week stoppage
    on most Israel ships, which are
    owned wholly or in part by Sho-
    hama public enterprise belong-
    ing mainly to the Histadrut and
    the Jewish Agency.
    Israel crews had repeatedly
    struck abroad and once in home
    portsin the latter case in fact,
    against their union's temporary,
    Histadrut-appointed secretariat.
    At the beginning of last Novem-
    ber, the general secretary of the
    Histadrut baulked at statutes de-
    manded by a newly-elected sec-
    retariat of the Seamen's Union.
    During the dispute the Haifa local
    labor bosses cancelled some of
    their previous concessions to the
    seamen. Consequently, the sailors
    on shore at the timemost of
    whom were attending company-
    financed advanced coursesde-
    clared they could not advise their
    comrades to go to sea as long
    as thev were not suitably repre-
    sented", and Israel seamen began
    to sign off every Israel vessel
    reaching a home port.
    Those of military age whose
    industiun had been deferred in
    consideration of their vital occu-
    pation, including most of the
    leadership, were immediately in-
    ducteda measure taken against
    some striking seamen before.
    Shoham hired Italian replace-
    ments and the Histadrut conduct-
    ed a successful campaign for local
    volunteers. It also set up a new
    seamen's union with exclusive
    authority to man ships, threaten
    ing disciplinary measures against
    dissidents, and one ship after an-
    other left on its scheduled route
    with a new crew. Only one pri-
    vate company accepted the vet- |
    eran seamen's offer to sail any j
    ship whose owners would sign a
    temporary contract with their
    elected representatives.
    To most companies' refusal to
    negotiate behincf Histadrut's back,
    the Seamen's Secretariat replied
    with a declaration of strike. So
    call-ups ceased, but police pro- ;
    ceeded to remove striking crews
    from vesself in home ports. This
    action, which was later declared
    unlawful by a magistrate, came
    upon Shoham's request. The rank
    and file of policemen used as lit-
    tle force as possible, and some
    contributed to the seamen's strike
    fund. Meanwhile, crews struck in
    the first foreign port they hap-
    pened to call at. and in the US
    thev were sent home when their
    visas expired upon their dismissal
    by Shoham.
    Both the extreme left and right
    supported the strikers, and so did
    the Communist-dominated port
    unions of France and Italy. And
    while Mapam kibbutzim sheltered
    ', homeless sailors and some of their
    j youth broke into Haifa port to
    i support their resistance. Mapai
    called up Hapoel squads to shield
    . the strike breakers.
    Officially the goverment would
    I not interfere in a trade dispute,
    but it lauded all stops for re- |
    ! activating the merchant fleet, re- ;
    i fused a ships* officers' request for
    i mediation at a later stage, and
    .had its call for immediate return
    ! to work endorsed by the Knesset.
    The public was convinced that
    there was not sufficient cause for
    interrupting the precarious sup-
    ply of food and other essentials.
    I including timber for replacing
    I immigrants' tents with huts, and
    ! it also felt that the seamen had
    I been mishandledboth by their
    I landlubber labor bosses and by
    j the personnel department of Sho-
    l ham. It therefore welcomed a
    Histadrut promise to intercede
    j for those who had been drafted
    and refrain irom discriminating
    against any sailor registering for
    ! work.
    Whether Israel's national ship-
    ping will now become really pop-
    ular with its employees is not yet
    ; clear. Working conditions al-
    ready among the best in the trade
    outside the US have been
    further improved recently, but
    one-third of the strikers are still
    idle, with their berths taken by
    volunteers whom Histadrut will
    not discharge.
    The current Presidential election campaign is more scurrilous
    than any one since 1940, when the late Wer.dell L. Wilkie sought to
    frustrate the Democratic Party's attempt at a third term in the
    White House.
    Then the issues were obviously defined. Under New Deal
    leadership, the nation had been drawn out of the mire of a most
    devastating depression. A seemingly endless list of social legisla-
    tion, over a period of eight years, strengthened the position of the
    farmer and labor unions, insured the retirement status of workers
    at large rigidly regulated the practices of banks and insurance com-
    panies and outlined a set of rules for investment and securities so
    that stock exchange activities subsequently governed only to a
    miniscule degree the speculative aspect of business.
    Wilkie. the dark horse candidate, campaigned on one issue,
    alone. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, according to him. had em-
    barked on an aristocratic career which threatened the two-term
    unwritten law for Presidents. He could say no more about the
    Democratic regime other than that its effort at perpetuation de-
    fied the roots of traditional American checks and balances. Cer-
    tainly. Wilkie could have called attention to the incumbents
    pump-priming program and alphabet-wild agency listings which
    raised personal taxes and the national debt to astronomic num-
    bers.
    But the late Republican was in no position to do so. The New
    Deal arrangement, despite its lavish practice outlined by university
    professors pressed into government service, had apparently created
    a heretofore non-exister.t political, social and economic soundness
    which would eliminate further human disaster. To demand cur-
    tailment of spending might mean recession. Besides, the war in
    Europe was already on. and an emergency status here had been
    declared. Thus. Wilkie could do little more than stand on tradition
    while crying "me, too".
    Service Center Opens j
    Following the request of Col-
    lonel James J. Daniel, Jr., of the
    Opa Locka Base, a Servicemen s
    | Information Center has been op- ;
    i ened in Room No. 3. of the Mi-
    ami Beach Auditorium, it has
    been announced by Maurice
    Klein, director. The Center will
    1 aim toward obtaining reduced ,
    (rates at hotels and recreation ar-
    'eas for servicemen here.
    The An-riea. T^on Soc^ r.^|T "%!$*
    B. Rosenblatt. Aeato mide P"^ JumL According to
    sstss.0'^. sss- ^ T"""i"'
    laboratory.
    Such a colorless political platform was hardly considered worth-
    while by the Republicans. Feeling the need for a more vigorous
    campaign, they forced their candidate into a aeries Of slanderous,
    name-calling speeches which completely devastated him (Wilkie
    was too intelligent and sensitive for this chicanery) -and hastened
    his untimely death.
    Today, the Republican Party is operating along similarly
    scurrilous lines. Two Presidential elections have come and gone
    since its 1940 effort at dislodging the Democrats from the White
    House. While its leadership is more hungry than ever, little ad-
    vance in awareness is evident regarding the direction and desires
    of the American people. The issues at stake are more in number
    than before and function as an aspect of the international future.
    Foreign policy attitudes take priority over internal problems and
    make an altogether archaic affair of the Monroe Doctrine's iso-
    lationist stand so important lo this country's global approach
    hardly twenty years ago.
    Despite such vast sociologic change, the Republicans wage their
    I current campaign as if the New and Fair Deals never existed. They
    : resort to the humiliation of human dignity while citizens at large
    wait impatiently for explication of pivotal issues, and they St
    gigantic intra-party battles for Republican ascendancy to the ex-
    clusion of consideration for the November election. No amount of
    Dress, radio and television censorship can disguise this fact.
    r
    American Jewry comes in for a large share of slander perpe-
    trated by Republican hangers-on. and somehow it must appear sig-
    nificant that declared anti-Semites like Gerald Winrod. Joseph P.
    Kamp, Mrs. Lyrl Van Hynir.g and Gerald L. K. Smith are among
    them.
    It is pathetic enough that one of the two major American polit-
    ical parties reduces significant issues to personalities. But t
    elusion of Jew hatred as tn aspect of electioneering makes the
    present Republican campaign vicious beyond words. Therj can be
    no doubt but that the party is engaged in a self-destructive process
    which has been fostered by constant defeat since 1932. Internal
    struggle for power is the last phase of a dying organization unable
    to present a feasible alternative to enormous governmental expendi-
    ture except through abrogation of social advances.
    The principal source of anti-Semitic activity has been directed
    against General Dwight D. Eisenhower. Undoubtedly, the General
    is the sole Republican aspirant with stature enough to seize a
    Republican victory four months from now. The demented tactics
    employed by Senator Robert A. Taft to scotch his nomination
    surely represents the party's suicidal mania. Eisenhower has been
    called a "terrible Swedish Jew" in Kamp's hate sheet. Headline,
    while Winrod is responsible for the plethora of anti-Jewish propa-
    ganda, sent through the United States mail, portraying American
    Jewry as "International Zionists".
    Such an impossible, contradictory term hardly deters the hate
    mongers, nor does it elicit from Taft. the favorite candidate and
    practical Republican leader (at this moment on Mondavi, more
    than perfunctory denunciation even if only on the basis of mear-
    inglessness. Indeed, the Ohio Senator is reported as having been
    part of a delighted audience some ten days ago on the farm of M:\
    ard Mrs. Garvin E. Tankersley. Montgomery County, Maryland,
    when Assistant Secretary of Defense Mrs. Anna Rosenberg was
    ridiculed in a carnival side-show. Unfortunately, the Rosenberg
    issue is not a new one for Republicans. A stries of some twenty
    questions, recently directed at General Eisenhower by Taft sup-
    porters ard designed to evoke from him a char stand on '"pertinent
    Issue*", counted among trem an inquiry regarding his attitude to-
    ward her continued service.

    Anti-Semitic activity in Republican i ends there.
    General Douglas MacArthur. Republican keynote speaker, has.
    i xample, ignored open letters addressed to h:rr. concerning his
    feelings about political sponsorship from avowed hate mongers.
    Concurrently, it has been reported that Mrs. Van Hyning. head
    of We The Mothers Mobilize For America I that convent: n
    delegates contact her for reservations because "Jews control hotels
    and meeting places". It has also been announced that Smith, of the
    anti-Semitic Christian Nationalist Crusade, opened headqua:;
    in Chicago about two weeks ago.
    The Jewish issue may perhaps vaguely be viewed as an aspect
    of Israel's establishment and of American economic and spiritual
    support. The recent Mutual Sscurity Aid Bill, drastically slashed
    by Congress, found little or no reduction in the allocation for the
    new state. This was met with heavy attack by numerous Repre-
    sentatives and Senators who demanded to know why Israel s
    standard of living must necessarily be higher than that of other
    Near Eastern countries. Also. Jews here figured significantly in
    the battle against the passage of the McCarran-Waiter Omnibus
    Immigration Bill.
    Thus, anti-Semites have found fertile ground for the Inter-
    national-Zionist accusation by seizing the opportunity to score Jew-
    ish political activity here. Meanwhile, many influential Jews find
    themselves allied with the Republican camp, despised by many or
    | its leaders and silently forging their doom.
    The most unfortunate sidelight of the bigoted affair is that
    Rabbi Elmer Berger's American Council for Judaism found ade-
    quate representation at the Republican Convention when its repre-
    sentatives stood on the sidelines, beating their very American chests
    I while distributing anti-Zionist literature.

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    v. nue, Mian i, th( 3,.,,'
    Beach, and Fl l NW 51st PI
    According to Mrs. Ethel Gi --- an :
    man. supervisor o- th :.
    gram, the regularly scheduk I throu
    nun n Children from 1
    lay, Si i mb< to pu
    GMJCC nursery schools will in- -------------
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    register during the week of A
    ust 25th.
    Parent? enrolling their cl
    ren will be required ti
    forms indicating a dev
    mental background, personal his-
    tory-, health history, a doctor's
    certification of good health and --------
    other pertinent material neces- reuetcj
    S tdiness :
    the new ixp. nen ., i, -., ...
    A personal visit of parents :- Moi
    required*,..... ..as well -
    the nurse I staff, may oi
    serve the individual child in thi
    environment of a group of s
    chronological age. Gale said .
    "This visitation also s
    helps the child to relai to] .
    nur>- cl with the
    that his or her parents an- in- p
    \ ved in the next stei his v
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    ; Swim-Dance Tomorrow
    Mrs. Sol Alexander new
    I pointed membership hair*
    ! the Flagler-GranadI jffl
    jmunity-CenterV has aniEE
    Swim-Dancq Affair to be
    the Saxon Motel. tomo,
    at
    evening, July 12th
    rtH
    Nathan Batner right) presents ;he Batner Memorial Scholar-
    ship Award to Lester' Cohen of the ^^JSBSfSt
    during Graduation Exercise for Hebrew Schools "
    ami s^nsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education The scholar-
    ship Tan annual award to Camp Yavreh. New Hampshire, in
    memory of Charles A. Batner. for the purpose of stimulating in-
    formed leadership in the Jewish community.____________________
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    *Unisfi Ftoridiam
    PAGE 3B
    randeis Graduates
    jrst Class; Students
    eceive Nods
    top colleges and univer-
    uiihout the United
    s ptances to graduate
    i, sional schools have
    L received by 37 members of
    graduating class oi
    University, it was an-
    ite last week.
    ing approval of Brandeis
    , Executive* Committee of
    \ erii .in Association of Law
    six major law schools
    |v, In itted Brandeis students.
    |th several universities yet to
    | from, the following have
    I Brandeis applicants:
    University of Pennsylvania,
    I |, Columbia, Cornell. Syr-
    and Boston.
    "our of Yale University's grad-
    \ ... ils will welcome Bran-
    latea in the Fall: the
    K School, Law School,
    Biool ol Ans and Sciences and
    fcma School.
    (It was also announced that
    Ivi'ti students have thusfar been
    | ted to medical and dental
    ools "Tie medical schools of
    - College and Boston Uni-
    sity and the dental schools of
    lolumbia and the Univer-
    |v ol I'< nnsylvania have sent
    mces.
    iThe Business Schools of Har-
    ird. Columbia, Cornell, and the
    ty of New Hampshire
    t o replied affirmatively to
    (nun i r "f Brandeis seniors.
    1 : any graduate schools
    ! arts and sciences have not yet
    |plii-il. Princeton has accepted a
    student for graduate
    ork in political science. Bryn
    I iffered an $800 fellow-
    lip in philosophy to a Brandeis
    Iplicant, and one Senior has
    gceivi I from both Yale and the
    . etts Institute of Tech-
    fellowships carrying a
    if SI.000 plus tuition ex-
    pises foi the study of economics.
    |T Woodrow Wilson School
    I Princeton University has also
    Brandeis applicant,
    |ith a SI.600 fellowship. A fel-
    Twship covering tuition and car-
    I : nd of $1,000 for work
    :i\ has been offered by
    syne University, in Detroit,
    ill Ni w York University has
    i ted a Brandeis senior for
    ! study in b'iochemistry.
    Mtnfkind Wins j Israelite Center
    intturanve Derby Has Watermelon
    William Rafkind, of 3711 SW |2||*|v SlIllllsiV
    27th Terrace, Miami manager lor _, j
    the John Hancock Mutual Life : The Dora Stein Sisterhood and
    Insurance Company of Boston, the i i A of the Israelite Center
    h is won ;, 90-day contest cele- insoring a Card ard Wat-
    brating the 90th anniversary oi ermelon Party at the Center on
    'his companv. Sunday, July 13th. 7 p.m.
    Rafkind produced an avei proceeds are earmarked lor the
    Of more than S2.000 of new in- Hebrew School Fund. Co-chair-
    BUrance per day during the 90- ir.erf of the affair are Mrs. Israel
    day period and led all agents in Gold.erg and Mrs. George Kess-
    Florida in both volume of prem- | ler. Mrs. Max Lefkowitz is in
    iun s and nun ber of people sold. of tickets.________________

    Hebi-'w Academy 6th Grade pupils. Michael Escott end Carole
    Silverburg. are awarded medals for outstanding essays written or.:
    What Democracy Means To Me. The medals were presented by
    M.iurio Klein in behalf of the Elks Club of Miemi Beach. Lodge
    No. 1605, at a recent Assembly held in the Academy Auditorium.
    Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal, looks on.
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    The newest concept in treating
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    recently held in Orlando. Florida.
    Dr. W. L. Hall, of the staff of
    Temple University. Philadelphia,
    gave demonstrations of foot cast-
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    further obtained by correct pros-
    thetic appliance. Dr. William El-
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    of padding used in obtaining foot
    balance.
    Attending the convention from
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    J. V. Blor.de, J. A. Corsaro, H.
    Feinberg, F. S- Holman, E. Hurd,
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    S. Leopold, M. Marcus, E. Weiss.
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    Capitol Spotlight
    BY MILTON FRIEDMAN
    (Copyright. 1952, Jew:.-: Vgency. Ii
    WASHINGTON Neo-Na
    S|M''
  • Takes ** From
    roiiimuiii*alion
    FRIDAY. JULY
    11,

    Rei<
    acts :o i_.
    Si -. England.
    '
    agreemt-:-.--
    Lngland. France and West Gel
    ates, hnglana. nance dim ti w..........
    Germany is being granted its own military forces, arms plants.
    ar.d the release of ell but a very few war criminals This is done
    so the Germans will assume a "partnership with the(West aganst
    Communism. What is happening, meanwhile, is the glor if u anon
    of Hitler, Gosring and Hess, the condemnation of the Nuremberg
    tricls by some American Congressmen, as well as by "f-N",s-
    the lusty singing of Deutschland Uber Alles by a crowd of 500 at
    the Yorkville Casino in New York City and the raving of Dr Lud
    Fritsch to ex-members of the German-American Bund that
    " is contributed to present world disorder by
    r
    long the East-

    5 west
    \v
    wig .-------- -- ------
    "the United Statss has .
    encouraging Jewr.h-led Communism.
    T.-.e New Jersey hate sheet. C imm n S
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    : pretat
    Shown above at tiU Southeastern Synagogue Conierence here ml
    Phillip BeU. outgoing president, presenting the gavel to Abrahigl
    Rabhan. newly-elected president. Seated fMfl to right) ar4 Biul
    Mayer Rosenbaum. of Havana, guest speaker, and Sidney Palmer I
    toastmaster and pxasident of the Beth El Congregation. J
    All-Day Picnic
    A
    W en hi ged the Senate to rat I German 1
    Coi n J. McCloj '
    ting against Bom
    .: titaini |
    pei : th I I G
    i irriers nst t the
    Senate St I f Senal Hubei .,
    R. C'Coni eporl that I Bonn trad th<
    Corr.rr.unist r.ted to .
    not n. Hi ... | ... :
    - ''' '
    ted in ] Advanced
    3
    When the
    f 1951. the S
    '.
    .:
    \r picnic was held
    n i ::.! rs of the El-
    rel\ Chapter. H'nai
    whi n they t >ok
    ; .. Pavillion at Grey-
    rding t" Mrs.
    Falke, social chairman.
    their cooperation against the Soviet Union. Although Allied Con-
    trol Counsel Law No. 16 forbids veterans organizations, this law
    has been openly flouted as members of the Hitler SS flock to
    join. The SS and Waffen SS veterans are seeking to become the
    cadre of the new German army.
    ' J Rundl ink.
    ' the key official's in tl
    Nazi Pa tj ers "In
    roadcast. portion of N
    ' : nt Foreign Ofl now I er than it a.'-
    : Wern i V n Grundherr,
    " ; ] i lep rtati n | I
    r "new v ... Wernei B i
    -':: B f Eastern I
    G. :. :.. .
    Lucille Von Arx Views
    Women And Society
    Lucille Von Arx, Miami at-
    speak
    ; ....
    ar.:ees are-established again", a rLroPn 1 ,* !tl?n^ 9-
    very much in evidence and likelv na"nal>sm already
    recrudescent anti-SemftUm Dr C^Z eVe" stron9" and a
    was a "considerable gap"EtJee'n ou TrZ^T'6 ,UI ,hal ,here
    andour actual accomplishes' professed goals in Germany
    nplementation of the
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    Flagler-Granada
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    '-' ie newly-formed Board of Ed-1
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    Tui v'-,cu ly l?eetin on Monday, I
    July .th. to further plans for thy
    u- (w and Sunday School
    committee consists of Her-
    man Feldman. chairman,
    Robert Tauber. Mrs. Albert Reis^
    man Albert Dermer, Samuel Hoi-
    iS Lax1"- BCn Clein and ln"
    the High Holy Days, held a sub-
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    Itabbi liisvntlruth
    A am vtl Executive
    rganiz tion
    announced m New York by 1*
    Samuel S. Hollender. of Chi
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    ID A Y.JULY II, 1952
    loiiimnnitles
    lnsi Meet Future.
    [yera Says
    jth pilot studies now being
    nJuiK'd in three communities
    I Albanyi Camden and New
    Ltiiin the Council of Jewish
    derations and Welfare Funds
    limittee on Community Or-
    ifzation is moving ahead in
    imi-'-iange survey of Ameri-
    j, wish communal organiza-
    j,, writes Stanley C. Myers,
    uni. Committee chairman, in
    June issue of Jewish Com-
    urit\- a magazine published
    the C-JFWF.
    >,. findings of these studies,
    the information gained
    Nigh the first step an analy-
    .,; information gathered by
    CJFWF on community or-
    jization over many years
    Bx serve as valuable guides for
    . Committee in finding ans-
    rs to the "what, the why. and
    , of organized Jewish life
    the I'nited States and Canada,"
    , notes.
    f larily, the current study
    ij Jewish community or-
    tinn is of an experimental.
    oun..l in caking nature," he
    i out. "The basic objec-
    les behind it are to help com-
    unities strengthen their pres-
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    *JenJstiftoridttairi
    PAGE 5B
    liami Attorney
    [orea Casualty
    |l .nt Max Nusser.baum.
    of Henry Nussenbaum,
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    in action in Korea, on
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    was called into the
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    )AY. JULY 11. 1952
    +Je*isHk>ridian
    .PAGE 7B-
    LEGAL NOTICE
    LEGAL NOTICE

    \ Ac
    riii.
    Ll-OT.
    hrm
    E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    cvENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    TLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
    COU NO. 151102-
    k ;|!KOLER, l'lalimff
    mi siiKOLBR Defendant
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    I. \\-11 SHKOLBR
    i,i;j Knalern Parkway
    iin ciltH ii. New fork.
    .,' \i:i: HEREBY NOTIFIED
    iir ,,r 1'iiiiipiaini f"i Dlvoree
    led iigalnst ypn In the
    i rum and you are
    red to si-m.- a copy of
    lo tlir Kill of Com-
    ill.. Plaintiff a uttoriu-v s,
    . original in the office of
    the Circuit Court on or
    Hh day of July. LMt
    to do bo, Judgment by taken against you for
    demanded Fn the inn of
    Miami. Hoi Ida, this 30th
    ,,f June, l',:'- ,, ,
    . shall bo inibiiwntMi once
    four coffiecutlve weeks
    JEWISH KIAJRIDIAN.
    I II. 1.KATHEHMAN,
    Clerk. Circuit irt
    i JOHN WKST.
    [ieputy Clerk
    ;|DVER & ML'LI/OY
    lor Plaintiff
    ingi'.iham liuilding
    II, Florida!.
    i-d-is_____________i_________
    THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    In AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    ' FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
    No. 28074-A
    .. KST \ IK OF"
    lilil'l I U'ORSON. Deceaaed
    'NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    Icira and All 1'ersona Hav-
    or Demands Against
    ,,h of you. are hereby
    i required to present any
    ,|, ,ik,nds which you, or
    may have against the
    USED .lAi'iiUSiiN, ile-
    ,1 Dade County, Florida,
    |hl. ||.m W. F. HI.ANTON an.I
    INK II hirtVLINOi Count} Judges
    ,,|. mty, and file the same
    lii the County Court-
    . County, Florida, within
    .nilis fr.mi tht d.it.'
    ibiii .in.hi hereof. Said
    inda to oontaln the
    thi clalmanl and t"
    T i |iresented as afore-
    ill be barred. Be
    : iii.- 1933 Probate Act.
    A 1952
    II vllllY JACOBSON,
    i of the I-t*t Will
    lament of
    , JACOBBON,
    I leveaaed.
    . rt.NICK. ESQ.
    v utor
    I
    Fl irlda
    |n col\ty judge's court
    oadl county. florida
    No 25608
    i IF
    ilKNSON. Deceased
    CE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
    APPLICATION FOR FINAL
    DISCHARGE
    i. given that I have
    :i and petition for
    HI
    i


    \ n. ill.ii > Bxecu-
    ol DORA I'.I.IVMKN-
    .1 thai on iio- '-'-'"I
    Will apply to tin-
    Judges or I Wide
    da. for approval of- said
    ,i for final dlai ha rge
    i .. ii tor of the Batata
    'l UN Si IN, di ce ised.
    - of June, IM2.
    t'WIU Rl.l'.MKNSON
    X \ FRIEDMAN
    \.l r.lunii-nson
    ; ; i-ii
    The circuit court of the
    I'.ENTm JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
    n0 for dade county,
    Florida in chancery.
    \o. 151071
    !i Plaintiff;
    > R Defi n.Imt.
    I BY PUBLICATION
    ItGER
    Avi ii .-
    N'.M Voik
    rtKBY NOTIFIED
    ,. : foi Dlvorci
    ml you in the
    ..ml N.ni are
    :. \. .i copy of
    thi Bill of 'oinpiaii.t
    ittomeya and file
    offloi of the Clerk
    i- -.ii or before I ii'
    AD. 1912, Vtlu! u lae
    . -S-. u ill b. entered


    I be published om-e
    ir i onaecutlva weeks
    -M FLORIDIAN.
    Miami, Florida, Vhls 30th
    :
    It. LEATHERMAN,
    nf the Circuit Court
    I JOHN WKST,
    It)' Clerk
    Vl.lt & ML'LLOY
    I'lalntiff
    I- Hiding
    I
    -
    IE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IriUS F0R DADE COUNTY,
    RiDA. IN PROBATE.
    No 28222. B
    \TK OF
    I. .I'I'MAN. Deceased
    IN0- CE TO CREDITORS
    and All Persons Hav-
    I mandi Against Bald


    r
    h -f you, are hereby
    -.1 I-- present an)
    1 anda hlch > .m. or
    have against the
    ^ AKD l.ll'I'MAN. d. -
    'Ml I i:..,. i, Dade
    i the ii.-ii Count)
    County, and file the
    ! "ffl in th.- County
    'ade County, Florida,
    slendar months from
    -t publication here-
    r demands to eon-
    ' addresa ..f the claimant
    ' and presented as
    -"i" Will be barred See
    Probate Act.
    ''-Ml- llll'MAN.
    JndnlBtrairta of the
    EDWARD l.ll'I'MAN.

    CYPB.N
    Deceased.
    f'.'fj Artn"nUtratrlg
    IN
    T ENTICE TO CREDITORS
    THE COUNTY JUDGE'S CQH
    'NFlo2lr;0R OAOE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
    HT
    eased
    us lla\'-
    Agalnat
    No. 28354.B
    In Re: ESTATE OF
    T ?f$ ',MM'X ""RANK. Dei
    r.. aii Creditors and All Peri
    ing Claims or Demands
    Bald Batata:
    nnTili'i1""1! *"'' "f ''" '"" hereto
    notified and required to present any
    JKm" ;'.....amanda which u. or
    either of you. ,,,,,> ,lilVl. M|.t' ,.,,,
    esute pi BENJAMIN FRANK, l-
    .e.ised law of Dade County, Florida,
    to th.- Honorable County Judges of
    I ad- 'oi.nty. and file the ,.,,,.
    , i,",',' '" ,'h-,,'"""> Courthouie
    i","'1;1' "'""' Florida, within eight
    p'endarmoriths rrom the date of tbe
    fust pufMbatlon hereof. Bald clalma
    or demandi to contain the legal ad-
    areas of the claimant and t., i. Wom
    and presented as aforesaid, or
    will ii,. barred.
    SARAH FRANK,
    a Bzecuti i\ of the Last Will
    and Testament of
    B K.v.l a Mix FRANK,
    M1..T..N A. FMEDMAN B^M>*
    Attorney for Executrix
    7/4-11-18-2.,
    to
    S.I III.
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
    No. 28158-B
    In Re: ESTATE of
    PAUIj BLUOTT Oil.I.KM
    ..__ Deci-ased
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    Estate:
    You, and each of you, are hereb)
    notified and required to preaeni any
    claims and demands which vou, or
    either of you, may have against the
    estate of PAUL ElXlOTT Oil.I.Kit
    deceased late of Dade county, Flor-
    ida, to the ll..n. \V. F. BLANTON
    and FRANK K. DOWIJNO, County
    Judges of Dade County, and file the
    sain, in liis office In the County
    Courthouse in Dade County. Horlda.
    within elghl calendar months from
    the dale Of the first publication here-
    of. Said claims or demandi t" contain
    the legal address of the clalmanl and
    to bcVvoru to and presented aa afore-
    said, or tame wlu be barred See
    Se, lion 110 of the 1931 Probate Ai I
    Data June 15, a i> 19S2
    BEN CII.I.Kit.
    As Administrator of the
    i:-i.i.....i
    . I'AII. Ki.UnlT CILLER,
    Dei eased
    MTERB. IIEIMAN A KAPLAN
    Attorneys for Administrator
    T 4-11-lK-lo
    IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    No. 24543
    RE: ESTATE "I
    SIDNEY SCHWARTZ,
    also known a*
    SIDNEY M. bCHWARTZ
    I...... !
    NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
    APPLICATION FOR FINAL
    DISCHARGE
    NOTICE Ii hereby given that i have
    filed in> final report and petition f.-i
    Final Discharge as Administratrix of
    the estate of SIDNEY SCHWARTZ,
    also known a> Sldne) U. SCHWARTZ
    deceased: and that on the 96th day
    of July. 1951, I will apply t.. th. Hon-
    orable Count) Judges of Dad.- County,
    Florida, for approval of said final
    report and for final dlschargri as Ad-
    ministratrix ..: the Estate of SID-
    NEY BCHWARTZ, also known as
    SIDNEY M. SCHWARTZ, deceased.
    Thin 1Mb ilav of June. IMS.
    /s mai:i.i:nk SCHWARTZ,
    Marl.ni- Si-hwailz. Adminis-
    tratrix of the Stat. of
    SIDNEY SCHWARTZ,
    also Know n as
    SIDNEY M SCHWARTZ,
    l'., eased
    MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN
    ney for Admlnlstratrls
    1/21 7/4-11-18
    Notice Is hcrcb) given that Hans
    ii and Nils Johansson, 9 co-
    asi inei (hip, .I i' a i "enti Resl and
    I N. W 7th Ave., Mini
    solved the! partm
    da) of Juni I95S and thai Hans
    * n.t.ii.i- to cari f on
    mi name as (oli
    owjii and I ----.: i I :.. mi II h
    ii., i '. rk f the C:i. "in i 'oUrt of
    I 'a.;. .'. nl i l ". Ida
    HANS HANS' N
    STEPHEN I' KESSLEK
    ah. he. Applicant
    flop w. Flagler
    ,-, rt- 7 i-:i
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    v NAME LAW
    NOTIi is HEBEIiY UIVEN that
    SAMl'KI. hVi-iis
    , HARRIET CHUSED
    MYERS, BE.^AW*8KaPl25ER
    Attorneys for Applieanta
    7/4-U-ll
    im itSJ'So BY PUBLICATION
    PN CTwHcE<,-?^,RCU,T COURT OF THE
    Lei.VE^ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    R.'PA IN AND F0R DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
    No. 150694
    HARRY STEIN, I'lalntiff,
    vs.
    JULIA STEIN, Defendant
    I-,, i,-?TJ.'T FOR DIVORCE
    I": JULIA STEIN
    C/O I. Kill.in
    1555 i'.land Concourse
    Bronx, New ^ ork
    You JULIA STEIN, are hereb)
    notified thai a inn ,,r complaint for
    i>ivor.e has been riled against you,
    and you are required to serve a copy
    T'-i/""1 Answ.i or Pleading to the
    Hill of Complaint on the plaintiffs
    Attorney, GEORGE J. TAL1ANOFF,
    I." Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Flor'
    I da, and file the original Answer or
    I leading in the office of the Clerk of
    the Circuit Court on or before the
    -1st Hay of July. IH.,2. If vou fail to
    do so, Judgment Jiy default will lie
    t a Hen against you for the relief (|,-
    mandtd in the Mill of Complaint.
    This notice shall be published once
    each week for four consecutive Weeks
    in TDK JEWISH FLOIUDIAN.
    lH'NK AND ORDERED at Miami,
    Horlda, this 20th day of June, A.D.
    IfSl.
    E. B. LEATHERMAN,
    Clerk, Circuit Court.
    Dade County, Florida
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    By It. ft. RICE, JR.,
    Deputy ci.-ik
    OEOROE I. TALIANOFF
    Attorney for Plaintiff
    420 Lincoln Road
    Miami Beach, Florida
    1/277 l-ll-is
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business under tin- flctltiouc name ..i
    IIAIITTS DEPARTMENT STORE, at
    --'. 2s Sunset l 'live. South Mian,
    i ... Intenda to register said name
    with the Clerk of tl ll Court
    ol i -a le i "iin: \. E lorlda,
    LOTH AM COMPANY,
    a Florida corporation
    Sole > :
    PALLOTT, SILVER .v MULL >Y
    HI for l.oili.u.i Company
    >"l Ingl alia 111 Bll 'I Og
    Miami, l la
    I 20-27 7 l-Il
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
    No. 150766
    JEAN JOFFEE JEROME,
    Plaintiff,
    \ ,
    JERALD JEROME, Defendant
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    TO: JERALD JEROME
    Auburn State I 'i .--'.ii
    IS5 State SI net
    Auburn, New Yol k
    You are hereb) required t" serve
    a copy-of your Answer i" Plaintiff's
    Hill of Complaint for divorce on
    Plaintiffs attorneys, WEINSTEIN,
    WEINSTEIN & WEINOTEIN, 420
    Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida,
    and to file your original Answer iii
    the office "-t the Clerk of the above
    Court on or before July 16, l!'".:.'. oth-
    erwise .. l'.. .- Pro i 'onfesso w ill
    tered insl you.
    Dated tlrls I6th> das < June, 1952.
    E. B, LEATHERMAN
    . of the CI lit C irl
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
    No. 28072
    In Re: ESTATE OF
    IRVING ': KOBLEY, Deceased
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing claims or Demands Against
    Saul Estate:
    You. and each of you, are hereby
    notified and required to preaeni any
    claims and demands Which you, or
    eiunr of you may have against the
    estate of IRVING c. rjCOBLEY. de-
    ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
    to the Honorable County Judges of
    Dade County, and file the name in
    his office in the County Courthouse
    Dade County. Florida, within i-hi
    ealendai months from the date of the
    fust publication hereof, Bald claims
    oi di mands to contain the legal ad-
    ' th.- claimant and to be -worn
    to and present.-,! as aforesaid, or
    same win i. barred.
    Dal.- June 10, .\ D 1052
    MIRIAM KOBLJjIY,
    a- Executrix of the "Last Will
    ai.i Testament of
    IRVINQ >i. KOBLEY,
    .... *' eased.
    MII.TM\ A. FRIEDMAN
    Attorney for Executrix
    7/4-11-111-23
    LEGAL NOTICE
    IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    No. 25617- B
    ME: ESTATE OF
    wii.i.akd s. SCOTT, Deceased
    NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
    APPLICATION FOR FINAL
    DISCHARGE
    NOTICE Ii hereby given that I havu
    filed my final report anil petition for
    Final Discharge aa Administrator of
    the estate "f WILLARD s. SCOTT,
    deceaaed; and that on the sth day ol
    August, l!i">2, will apply to the Hon-
    . iiT.i,- FRANK B, DOWIJNO, County
    Judge of Dade County, Florida, for
    approval of said final report and
    for final dlacharge as Administrator
    .,f the Estate of WILLARD s. SCOTT,
    ,le< ased.
    'I'liis Mil dav of July. Hi.,2
    MARVIN E. SCOTT,
    Administrator
    HARRY* ZUKERNICK, ESQ.
    Attorney for Administrator
    120 Lincoln Road
    Miami Beach, Florida
    7. 11-18-W R/l
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
    No. 151135
    EVELYN WHITE, Plalptlff,
    Vs.
    JOHN D. WHITE, Defendant
    TO: JOHN D WHITE
    136 ibiriniiv Avenue
    Roosevelt. I/ing Island
    N< w York.
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    You. John |i WHITE, are hereby
    notified that a Hill of Complaint for
    Divorce has been riled against you,
    and you are required to serve oopy
    of your Answer or Pleading to the
    Hill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
    Attorney. HENRY Nl'SSENBAI'M
    1041 Seybold Building. Miami. Flor-
    ida, and file the original Answer or
    Pleading in the office of the Clerk
    of the Circuit Court on or before
    the 1st .lay ,,f August, I95t. If you
    fall to do so, fudgmenl by default
    will be taken against you for thi
    lief demanded In the Bill .-i Com-
    plaint,
    Dati -l this 2nd dav of .inp
    E. B. LEATHERMAN,
    i "I, rk, I 'ir. ml i 'oint,
    Did.- Coimtv. Florida
    B) JOHN WEST,
    Deputy Clerk
    HENRY Nl'SSENBAI'M
    VI Plaintiff,
    1041 Si h d B illdlng
    Miami. Florida
    : i-n-i8-2.i
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 26138
    IN BE: Estate ol
    ABE BIALOLENKI, Deceased.
    NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
    APPLICATION FOR FINAL
    DISCHARGE
    NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
    Hied my final report and petition for
    Final Discharge as Administratrix of
    tin- Batata of aim-: hiai.oi.knki.
    Deceased; and that I will on th- ith
    day of AuRust, 1!i."i2, apply t. the
    Honorable Judges Of the above ityled
    court of Dade County. Florida, for
    approval of said final rejMirt and for
    final dlacharge as Admlnlatrati \ .
    aforesaid.
    This 2nd day of July, 1952.
    DORA BIALOLENKI.
    as Administratrix of the
    Estate of
    ARK BIALOLENKI,
    11, n i .1
    NORMAN R. LYONS,
    Utorney for said Estate
    T 11-18-28 8/1
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I ll
    the iiii.i.-i signed, desh Ing to el
    - under the fictitious na
    SHERD IAN BARBER SHi >P
    Shi i id.hi Avenue, Miami Bi
    tends to reglsti i :-i i a mi
    . Circuit Court ol Dade
    County, Florida
    I.I'.' >N
    HA RIO H SMITH
    for A
    Ro id
    ls-23
    .1 ill'.
    ' i in-:
    i Seal)

    Bj R II. RICE, JR.
    Dcputj
    . _: i-;i
    notice Under fictitious
    NAME LAW
    Ni'1'H'i: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the iiiai. ralgned, desiring t" engage In
    business undei the flctltloua name :
    I.A JOYS DRIVE INN, at 1832 N. W
    17th Avenue, Miami. Horlda, Intend
    t.. regtater aald name with the Clerk
    of the Circuit Court of hade County,
    Honda.
    s JiiSEPH RoSE
    - C.I I,DA ROBE
    GENET & i;K.NKT
    Attorneys for Joseph .V Hilda Rose
    1/20-27 T 4-11
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
    No. 150775
    SYLVIA BAN1LOVER,
    Plaintiff
    HARRY KAMI.' VER,
    NOTICE
    Ti '
    npj
    bill
    ofoi
    Defi
    BY PUBLICATION
    HARRY BANILOVER
    2M WKST 21th STRI.I 1
    RRii.KI.VN. NEW lORK
    v. 'i an i iuli -I '' rve -
    ,.f your Answi r to the Bill of
    for Divorce on I laintlff s At-
    tornes and to fl lu.i...: Ans-
    Office of the Clerk or tne
    . : Court on or befori the
    day f July, 1852 othi rwl
    ..f .....oplalnl "i divorce heret
    ffled ii--. in will be taken as confess-
    DATED' at Miami. Florida, this
    17th day eyun.. }^.r|||,RMAv.
    cierk of the Circuit
    Dade County, Florida
    Hv JOHN WEST
    Deputy Clerk
    Name and Addraea of
    plaintiffs attorn. II
    Norman r i.yons,
    110-12 dvinpi.i Uldg.
    Miami. Florida
    1/20-27 T/4-11
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
    : vage in
    business under thi lltioua name of
    INTERNATIONAL* STEEL .v PIPE.
    ..t. iii" EAKt nth A vi nue, H ah,
    Florida, Intend li name
    with thi C i the Circuit I ui I
    ..I I lade Co inly, Ploi Ida.
    MAX W. TEMCH1N
    U II.UAM A ADLER
    Sole Owners
    AMOS BENJAMIN
    Attorney for applicants
    6 20-27 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,
    vt
    JOHN B. ARMSTRONG,
    Defendant.
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    TO: JOHN K ARMSTRONG
    (SI A Virginia Btreet \v, .
    Chai Ii aton, West Virginia
    You, JOHN K ARMSTRONG, an
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
    No. 28223. B
    !n Re: ESTATE OF
    ISRAEL R. GOODMAN,
    also known as
    I. R HI.....MAN", 1.....easi !
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditor* and All Pi rsons Hav-
    ing Clalma or Demands Agalnsl Said
    Estate:
    Vou. ana each of you, are hereby
    notified and required t" present any
    clalma and demanda which you, or
    eitlu-r of you, maj have against the
    estate of ISRAEL R GOODMAN
    a k a I I! GOODMAN, deceased late
    of Miami Beach, Dade Count., r
    Ida, to the Hon. U\ F. BLANTON.
    County Judge of Dad.- County,*and
    file the same in his office in the
    County Courthouse in Dad. County,
    Florida, within elghl calendar montha
    from ih. date of the first publication
    hereof. Bald claims or demands to
    contain th,- legal addresa of the clalm-
    anl and to be sworn t" and pi.-.-. ill. d
    aa aforesaid, or same will be barred
    See Sei ti- n 120 of the 1933 Prob
    Art
    17 A.D 1932
    J.II.I.IAN GOODMAN
    Aa Admlnlstr itrlx ol I
    r
    ISRAEL R i ;<< 'I -MAN
    ., I a I. It. GOODMAN,
    I >ei i ased
    IRVING CYPEN
    Attorney foi Administratrix
    . 20-27 i l-:i
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    Ni ITICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undi rslgni I desli lo i
    bualni aa idi I the flctltloua name of
    JACK'S SERVICE STATION, at ll"l
    Blacayne Blvd., .Miami. Fia Inti
    registei -. I name nh the tflerk ol
    the Cln Ult Court "f Dade C
    Florida.
    JACK FIKRMAN
    ALEX DAVID
    Partners
    I 20-27 J i-H
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    Nl iTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
    . i .
    - im.I. r the fl
    HAKK'i .- DEI.II' ITBS8EN
    w Htn
    i
    w |;h the Clerk of the i
    I D.nli County, l*"
    LEO I.. Ll BIN
    HENRY SEADAN
    SEY Ml d'R R LIEBMAN, All
    6 :"-:; Tl-11
    Dat.
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage In
    aa under the flctltloua nai
    HORSESHOE RESTAURANT.
    S. W. Mil Street, Miami. Fla i
    to egisti r said ii ime Ith the
    of the Clrcull Com t ol I de '
    ALICE TAYLOR
    STEPHEN F, KKSSI.KK
    Attorney for Applicant
    2200 W. Flagler St.
    .. -27 7 1-11
    hereby notified that a Bill
    plaint for Divorce haa been filed
    you, ami VOU ale I.-.Hilled to
    erve a copy of your Answer or
    P ad ng to the Bill of Complaint on
    ti... plaintiff's Vtl irney, BEN ESSEN,
    ESQ., 822 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Flor-
    ida, and file the rlglnal Answer or
    the office "t the Clerk
    : lit i "ourl "ii or before the
    nth da) of July, 19*2. if you fail to
    do so, Judgmi nl by di fault will be
    taken against k'ou for th.- relaf de-
    mandi .1 n the BUI I c.-n-i'ia nl
    Thla najtl a shall be published once,
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    hi: jew ISH i-'i.i'Kii'iA.v
    Hi iNE AND ORDERED at Miami.
    Florida, thla l.'th daj of June. A.D.
    K B. LEATHERMAN,
    Clerk, Clrcull Court,
    Dttda County. Florida
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    ' Uv O. R HARDIE,
    Deputy Clerk
    BEN ESSEN
    Attorney for Plaintiff
    823 Seybold Bldg.
    Miami. Florida I
    t/20-27 7/4-11
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
    No. 150M7
    1.11,1. IAN BLOCK, I'lalntiff
    vs.
    LEON BLOCK, Defendant
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    TO: LEON BLOCK,
    4> 85th Street,
    B oklyn :'. New York.
    You are required t" serve a copy
    of the Anawi r to the mil of Coi
    plaint upon the plaintiff's attorney.
    f Com- I MuRTuN ROTHENBERO, 420 I.in*
    coin Road, Miami Beach, Florida,
    and file the original In the office of
    the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
    before July 24, IMl; otlu-rw law, aald
    inn win be taken as confessed bj
    you,
    this .'"th day of June, \ : i


    K. B. LEATHERMAN,
    ...f the Circuit Court
    K. i: 11 RICK. JU.
    Deputy Clerk,
    1-11-18
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    Ni ITICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I it
    . --i ing to engagi In
    -- ui ;.! tin- fli it lous nai '.
    I'NCLE Mil.TV S COC K T A I I.
    Ll 'I "NCK. it 1301 Collins A
    t-i'..;. .,i name v
    Clrcull "-hi t i : I
    Ida
    MILTON SACKETT
    HARRY B SMITH
    Attnrne) for Applicant
    120 Lincoln Rd
    6 27 | i _______________ _
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
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    thi undersigned, dealring to engage In
    bualnc.ta under the fictitious name "'.
    THE FLAMINGO BARBECUE, at N.
    V7, 27th Avenue & N. \v. 7th Street.
    Miami, Fla., intend to ri-c.isi.i- -. i
    name with the Clerk of the Cli lit
    Court of Dade County. Florida
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