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The Jewish Floridian ( July 18, 1952 )

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY LUME 25—Number 29 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JULY 18, 1952 PRICE: TEN CENTS tawdv IMsensses Israel Plank I WASHINGTON (JTA)— Benjamin 0. Browdy, former presi,,1 tinZionist Organization of America and delegate to the ocratic National Convention has declared that he will propose to [platform committee the inclusion of a plar.k in the Democratic Win demanding the re-call of the McCarran Immigration Law th was adopted over President Truman's veto and which was factenzed by many Jewish and liberal organizations as "racial iiaracter and un-American in intent," ii;nl* Federations Council [NEW YORK (JTA) — The American Jewish Committee this L to"k issue with the Council of Jewish Federations and Weii publican Party platform was basRepublicans Take Plank On Israel CHICAGO (JTA) — The Republican National Convention last week pledged itself to maint'iin a "friendly interest" in Israel ard to help to bring about peace between Israel and the Arab countries. The plank on Israel adopted by the convention as part of the Re, Funds over the letter's report on evaluative studies of the work Jewish organizations engaged in fighting for civil rights which made public recently. The A.J.C. termed the report "incom" ard "inacurrate" In a letter addressed to the C.J.F.W.F., [john Slawson, executive vice president of the American Jewish Smittee, charged the Council with attempting "to create a bandJon p-yihology" by employing "the steamroller technique." He td that 'the use of such technique is dangerous to the entire of Jewish community relations." Eliezer Kaplan Dies Suddenly JERUSALEM (JTA) — Eliezer Kaplan, Israel's Deputy Premier who recently resigned his post as Minister of Finance because of ill health, died Sunday in Genoa. He was on his way to Switzerland where he intended taking a three-month rest, ed on a text presented to the Mr Ka P lan was 61 years old. He came to Palestine in 1923 platform committee bv ReDubI Irom Russia where he graduated as a civil engineer. Born in Minsk, lican Congressman Jacob K. Javits and modified by the committee. The original text was favored by the American Zionist Council, which represents all the Zionist groups in the United States. The text reads: "The Republican Party has consistently advocated a national homeland for t'.ie Jewish people since a Republican Congress declared in support of that objective 30 years ago. In providing a sanctuary for Jewish people ilain Irged To Act On Blockade LONDON (JTA) — Labor and Conservative M.P.'s this week ed the question of Egypt's anti-Israel blockade of the Suez Canal Conri.ons and demanded that the British Government take imliate action to force Egypt to open the canal to international Ific. Replying to Laborite Barnett Janner and Conservative Fitzrendered homeless by persecuMaelcan. Foreign Undersecretary Anthony Nutting asked the I tion the State of Israel appeals se r.ot to press for immediate action because the Suez Canal I to our deepest humanitarian inle had wider ramifications than the Egyptian-Israel or Egyptian(tish disputes. He said that the issue involved world-wide interland that the British Government would do everything possible insure that British interests and international law would be upInspeet Israel Positions JERUSALEM (JTA) — United Nations truce supervisor Gen. Iliam E. Riley announced that he visited Mt. Scopus, held by Beh fences. Tuesday, to inspect the installations there. He told Irtss conference here that he would not be accompanied by Jorp representatives. In the course of questioning by r.ewspaperp. it was learned that Gen. Riley had urged both parties to rebblish the special commission on Jerusalem and the Holy Places provided for in the Israel-Jordan armistice pact. Outlaw National Socialist Ideals BONN (JTA) — The Federal Government has concluded the r :t of a law providing changes in the German criminal statute, lludin one amendment which orders the "extermination" of ["National Socialist ideals." • • |o Check Anti-Semitic Groups 1 NEW YORK (JTA)— The New York Times reported from p.eran that the Jewish Cultural and Social Association of Iran addressed a petition to Premier Mohammed Mossadegh asking to put a stop to the anti-Semitic agitation of semi-Fascist orizations in the country. The Jews in Iran have a Deputy in Hiament and full equality with other Iranian subjects under the ptitution and the laws of the land. • • • • • • 'minar On Racial Tensions CHICAGO (JTA) — A seminar for the study of the role of the lice in handling racial tension in this country began Tuesday at f University of Chicago. Sessions will continue through July pi Fifty police chiefs and other peace officers from many parts I the nation will discuss the basic legal, social and psychological ftors that shape the role of local authorities in racial conflicts. • &f • • • iracl llclegation To tio To Moscow JERI'SALEM (JTA) — An Israeli commercial delegation will |ve s i in for Moscow to negotiate a trade agreement, it was refted hereby Shmuel Eliashiv, Israel Minister to Moscow, prior I his return to his post after a leave in Israel. • • • • • [fusion Shifts To Dead Sea Region I LONDON (JTA) — The area of tension between Israeli and % dan forces has shifted to the region between the Dead Sea and f Gulf ol Akaba where the Israel Army is row holding maneuvers [lull view of the Jordan frontier posts, the London Daily Express • • • • • troder, Founder Of Council, Read CINCINNATI (JTA) — Messages of sympathy from leaders of PJor Jewish organizations throughout the country were received m R the weekend by the family of William J. Shroder, found*" 1 I iir-t president of the Council of Jewish Federations and WelP Funds, who died here on Friday, aged 75. • • • nnivcrsary Of Herzl's Death JERUSALEM (JTA) — The fortieth anniversary of the death l"r. Theodor Herzl, founder of political Zionism, was marked here Ftey with ceremonies at his grave attended by Israel cabinet inisters, members of the Jewish Agency and veteran Zionists. f lsraiil Army unit presented arms at Dr. Herzl's tomb. I • • • • • foodman Named ZOA Chairman .NEW YORK (JTA) — Abraham Goodman, national Z.O.A.vice '"it who has figured prominently in the organizations affairs ^ a period of many years, has been named chairman of the Z.O.A. iw < ~ mmittee il %  announced by Rabbi Irving Miller, presiP of the Zionist Organization of America. %  ""man To Fight For CM Rights WASHINGTON (JTA) President Truman this week assured elation representing the Leadership Conference stincts and arouses our strong commendation. "We shall continue our friendly interest in this constructive and inspiring undertaking. We shall put our influence at the seivice of the peace between Israel and the Arab states and we shall cooperate to bring economic and social stability to that area." he' received his general education, including college training, in Moscow. For many years prior to the establishment of Israel, he was treasurer of the Jewish Agency. He was one of the acEliezar Kaplan Israel To Set Up Central Government Authority To Implement Reparations THE HAGUE (JTA) — A central government authority will be set up by Israel and entrusted with the task of practical implementation of the agreements reached in the reparations discussions.now beirg held here, the Germans delegation to the talks was informed by the Israel delegation. It was pointed out that this stt-up will eliminate all private NEW YORK (JTA) — The negotiations between the West German Government and the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany •re heading toward a satisfactory conclusion, it was reported here by Jacob Blaustein, president of the American Jewish Committee, and Dr. Israel Goldstein, president of the American Jewish Congress, upon their return to the United States today from Europe. Both are members of the Conference presidium. "Understanding between Western Germanv and the Government of Israel has now been substantially reached and negotiations between Western Germany and the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany are in their final stages." Mr. Blaustein said. "The written treaties covering these urderstandings are now being drafted. The basic understandings as to amounts, methods of payments and guarantees on the part of Germany are being arrived at after long negotiations, which, among other things, required the members of the Conference presidium to go to Europe trree times since February of this year. Mourn Kaplan's Death Leaders of American Jewish organizations issued statements mourning the sudden death of Eliezer Kaplan and emphasizing that he was an inspiration to others in Israel's battle for economic independence. tive leaders of the Histadrut'-. .ind for many years a member of the Tel Aviv Municipal Council. The news of his sudden death reached Premier Ben Gurion'; office early Sunday. A special meeting of the Cabinet was convened immediately at which • the Premier eulogized the late minister. The news of Mr. Kaplar.'s sudden death stunned the people all over the country. Government institutions lowered the national flag at half mast. The Israel Parliament held a special memorial meeting that was addressed by Joseph Sprir.zak, Speaker of the House and Deputy President of Israel. A special mrrrorial session was held by the Histadrut executive. Foreign Ifiristi**' Mosh<> Sb^rett, who was in Paris when the news of Mr. Kaplan's death broke and who rushed to Genoa immediately, accompanied the body to Tel Aviv. On the same plane were Mrs. Kaplan and their two daughters, all of whom were en route to Switzerland for a vacation when the Deputy Premier collapsed. The special plane bearirg the body landed at Lydda airport Monday. The funeral was held iri Jerusalem Tuesday. The plane was nicked up far over the Mediterranean Sea by an escort of four Air Force fighter planes. Waiting on the ground were Premier David Ben Gurjion. Acting President Joseph Sprinzak, Army Chief of Staff i Gen. Yigal Yadin, members of the Cabinet and Knesset, ard hundreds of other leaders of Israel's political, economic and social life. The Premier and Minister of Trade Dov Joseph entered the plane to pay their respects to [del jits that he will carry on non %  ^SrSmST fiiht for hi. civil Program by the Democratic National Convention. S500.000.000. At any rate, Dr. Boehm has stated that the German offer would be made this week. Dr. Heinz Von Treutschler, against whom charges of Nazi Party membership have been levelled by the Frankfurter Rundschau, will continue as a member of the German delegation. Dr. Boehm reported. Dr. Von Treutschler^ position was strengthened by a statement by the German Social Democratic Party J;,MH,, 0 I transactions in denying that Dr. Von Treutschler and lt itn S the eoods to o" had been an important Nazi and connection witn tne gooas w ue _,_,._„, u „, tv ,„ „„„<,;.;„ M rt„ provided by Germany. The central authority will, no doubt, set un a purchasing commission in .*%  •%....II ....n..|t- ()f ard set relative values. It was reported today that definite strides had been made by the sub-committee on goods and that substantial sections of that unit's work had been completed. There is a tentative agreement on categories and quantities of goods, and the sub-committee is ready to go into the question of a delivery schedule. There are two basic categories of goods which have been drawn up: the first consists of goods needed for the development of industry and agriculture, such as machinery. The second consists of durable consumer goods, such as prefabricated houses, chemicals and pharmaceuticals which can go to Israel in place of current imports and thus save Israel's supply of foreign currency. As drawn up now, the list of development goods is much larger than the list of consumer goods. Global Jewish Claims After an informal meeting here between the heads of the delegations of the Conference on Jewish Material Claims and West Germany, Moses A. Levitt and Professor Franz Boehm, it was announced that a plenary session of the two groups would be held, i their friend and colleague, then It is expected that the Germans eight Army majors carried the will then give their answer to coffin down from the plane ar.d the Conference's global claims of placed it on a special truck. Demany which will consist experts will make the actual selections of goods and will set the exact prices. It was explained that the delegation participating in the talks here can only decide the category of goods which will be provided in payment of the reparations claims stating that the opposition party could see no reason for barring him from the reparations negotiations. Purchase Supplies Meanwhile, the Jewish Agency office in Munich has been granted permission to purchase in Germany 20,000,000 deutschemarks worth of goods for Israel annually, the German Chamber tachments of the Army, Navy, Air Force and police presentod arms as the coffin was brought from the plane and placed at rest on the truck and a wreath from Premier Alcide de Gasperi of Italy was laid on top. Then the truck began its slow threemile trip to Tel Aviv along a road lined with thousands upon thousands of immigrants whose arrival in this country was in part made possible by Mr. Kaplan's stringent fiscal policies. Body Lays in State In the city itself thousands more stood silently in the streets and watched the coffin make its way to the Histadrut headquarters where the procession halted for a few minutes. Then it proceeded to Jerusalem where the Premier and few former colleagues had chosen a burial plot in the Mt. Herzl cemetery. The remains lay in state in the Premier's office in Jerusalem where it was of Commerce announced today.' guarded by a special honor guard.



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PAGE 2 fJewjstBs£JS^€% %  "MITT f FRIDAY. JULY Our UN Newsletter Bv ARTHUR LEWIS (Copyright. 1952." Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.' UNITED NATIONS — There is a] organization where mtei nanothing new in the movement of I totalization has a certain mysthe Israeli Foreign Ministry from Ijjggj a p pea l for do-gooders and Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, although ,,,.. cynical the Svrians would appear to be i %  under that impression, judging land lazy diplomats. It was FOR PBiXTING (all TWtN 1 1 TY PRESS, inv. 120 N.E. SIXTh STREET I'leum3-7134 • -.:.. %  of J • ion 1 %  %  n of t ': n • in J in t • ii %  larant to visit 1 %  I loveri %  • e 1s• %  .' ng to i K in Iraq, an : the Sj • at. Free 1 full hour parking at Miami Parking Garage, 224 S. Miami Ave. ... or Bank by Mail at Hie Industrial SAVINGS BANK S.rtnti Ir.rmi to UONAKD L ABKS, h.ud.H Drecrtt tettrue. *• W. HOgkr St. hving. U*k Op*Coirthan* W Tlw WH Voting Adult** T Hold llarbeeue ^ barbecue has been planned bv the Young Adult Group of Miami Beach Jewish Cento for Sundav evening. July 20th. Q n m at Crandon Park. .' p„f,l will meet at the Center 17th and Washington Avenue at 8 p.m., and at the front of the Rick c y •" H : pm. Members may attend without cost: there will be ., of fifty cents for non-n i ingement i • conof Arline Weisblatt. Jerry Spolter, Janet Sklow and Bob Greene: Paul D. Halpern is in I publicity. The next meeting of the Vume Adult Group of th< Miami Beach Jewish Center is scheduled for Wednesday, July 23rd. 8:30 p.m.. The guests speaker will be Leonard Coleman, whose subject will be 'Gold Discovery in Dade [County." Dancing and ments will conclude the evt ing's entertains %  nt Dr. Streitfeld Joins Cardiac Hospital Staff Dr. Murray M. Stn itf< I |, docphy in microbiology, : | %  It at N til nal fhildien's Cardiac | Hospit %  A ill study the crippling rheun A gra I late if tl Dr. Streil from McGill 1 ... Seiden Program Features Symphony The story ol the month of "Av will be featured on Simon Seiden'l Jewish Forum on the Air on Sunday, July 20th. 11 a.m.. Svei radio station WFEC. Also on the program will be The Kre.morning Walk of My Mother th<> 'Jeremiah" symphony of' the St. Louis Symphony Ora, and the "You Ask and v. A, •," feature. Mrs. Selevan Passes Mrs Lena Selevan, 64. of 1834 Meridian Avenue. Miami Beach, I away Saturday night in a local hospital. She leaves her five sons. Ted. Bernard. Dr. Sol, Arthur and Ira: also a daughter, Mrs Svlvia Benn. all of Miami Services were held at tide Memorial Chapel. Miami Beach, with interment in Ml Nebo Cemetery. Mrs. Selevan who resided here the past 20 years, was active in many charitable and civic organizations. DAY WORKERS $5 ft FARE COLORED MAIDS PART TIME OR FULL TIME IN PRIVATE HOMES SPECIALIZING Hotel Maids Porters Dishwashers ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 NE. 1st Ave. Ph. 9-3607 No Charge to Employer I WANT MY Ml AM And Be Sw, Ol FLORIDA DAIRIES! HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Mflk "MU* Products" Dsoo Protected TEL. 2-mi\ Greater Miami Deli Visit Our Farm it fnd of Bird Rd. 4 6nj, w( COMPLETE 7 COURSE DINNERS — From SI. 15 I THI BEST !N KOSHER FOODS I to/ 1141 Washington Ave. Air-Conditioned STEAMING HOT CORNED BEEF. PASTRAMI IPJ TONGLE Expertly H.in-J C.irved %¡ e 'very Service t; Your Home CATERER FOR ALL OCCASIONS S.ig9etion Wnnout Obligation Call 5-2655 — Ask for Boris Jewish Funerals ...of dignified s implicit] Conducted with a thorough knowledge faithful regard for Jewish religious traditi every service in our two complete fune Homes is surrounded by an atmosphere of dal nity and reverence. For many years, we have served Jewish famili from every walk of life. We arc mindful I every need, watchful of every detail, to thee that each funeral shall be a tribute tot departed, a solace to the living. Free Parking Swerilliii Elected To Posl With Reserve Officer* M Swerdlin, Mi %  s electi • onal %  f\Stion at I %  i ti n | • Ai T • v s I I Aven '••' : Wai tl %  with thi D -%  \ SOtlTT-BOMDID Memorial Chapel TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Miami West Flaglcr 8c 20th Ave. • Phone 9-2664 I 1 CXTCSMINATIH6 Cl 5-3528 Miami Beach 509 N.E. 13th St., Miami 2-1776 Member o: Bnai B'rith Miami Beach 1236 Washington Ave. • Phone 5-7777 -5-335SI X4>HOUI AMBULANCE SERVICE EDWARD T NEWMAN. Funer.1 Director ABE EISENBERC.Tro IN NEW YORK: 76th Street and Amsterdam Art BROOKLYN BRONX UMKJ t*i Delicious Delicious • • TRUE FRUITl BLACK CHERR by CLICQUOT CLDB Plus Bo '" Deposit MADE m AMEH, CA THE BEST B, THE WOHU) %  1HH



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\, JULY 18. 1952 7/ Say... I this issue, the column closes. Several tasks I Edertaken demand completion. Continuing these [would interfere. Not that the actual writing in much time or effort. It is rather the weekly Ron to a different topic that distracts from any taskis a leave of absence, rather than a permanent h i hope. After awhile, I intend to return writfclumn, perhaps under other auspices, and with Ft subject matter. L writings have given me much personal satis[ They have preserved impressions of extensive Jthat would otherwise be forgotten. I tried to Ifrom oblivion some of the early history of the I Jewish community. My comments on instituInd organizations, on movements and persons lometimes been termed caustic. Personally I hat criticism serves a useful purpose. Complaciould be condemned, smugness castigated, cant td. pretense punctured, honesty in public af%  ressed. If people were offended, I regret the Cy that required plain language. Whenever pos[refrain from hurting any one. staff of the Jewish Floridian has always been Hive. For more than four years my relations he Publisher, Fred K. Shochet have been ex+Je*lst Ftcrldtori PAGE 3 The Final Number Of This Column By HARRY SIMONHOFF in chapters most of the travel record, and expect the book to reach publication in the near future. I find the choice of a title not a simple matter. It should suggest the subject matter. A name ought to express impressions of a sojourn in the U.S.A. and Canada, in Mexico, Cuba, Haiti, Jamaica, Barbados, Trinidad, Brazil. It should reflect the feel of Zanzabar, Mombassa, Madegascar, Swaziland, Zululand, East Africa, St. Helena, and the Union of South Africa. I encountered the mysterious East in Ceylon and India. I thrilled to the creative joy of a new life in Israel. An indelible mark is left by the ripe cultures, the arts, and architecture of England, Ireland, Scotland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Holland, Belgium, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, and Greece. For the forthcoming book, I would welcome a name that might reflect roaming through those lands. So far,the only titles suggested are Under Strange Skies and Place* and People. Neither quite hits the mark. I will therefore appeal to my readers for assistance. I shall gladly give a $50 Bond of Israel for a suitable title. The contest is open until October 1st of this year. Every one is eligible. The person whose title is used shall receive the $50 Bond or its equivalent in cash. Please write to me at 5925 North Bayshore Drive, Miami, Florida, or in care of the Jewish Floridian. VALE and SHALOM. cellent. We part the best of friends. He gave me carte blanche, and concealed his irritation at statements that were annoying or did not meet his approval. He alone had to bear the brunt of anger or recrimination. It was also gratifying to receive correspondence from various parts of the U.S.A. and Canada. These letters, some adulatory, others hostile, would indicate that my articles were reprinted in various weeklies of the Anglo-Jewish Press, such as: The Jewish Advocate of Boston, The Jewish Post of Winnipeg, The American Jewish World of Minneapolis, The California Jewish Voice of Los Angeles, the Jewish Forum of New York, The National Jewish Post of Indianapolis, The Southern Israelite of Atlanta, The Jewish Times of Baltimore, The Jewish Criterion of Pittsburgh, The Inter-Mountain News of Denver, and other publications which I do not at this moment recall. But most pleasing were responses in the Greater Miami locality. Telephone calls would often bring the reactions of friends or the chagrin of the displeased. The casual introduction to a stranger might recall some incident or statement mentioned in a long forgotten article. Friends became more and more insistent that much of the material should be incorporated in permanent form. I am, therefore, arranging and classifying K *m %  \ —Associated y.r-r. Club of Beth David recently installed their officers Delano Hotel. Pictured left to right are Phillip Schiff. Abrams. outgoing president, and Morris Rabinowits, being Bed as president. Leonard Spiegel and Irving Rosen. See or Phont Me [AT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 IE INSURANCE NEED* |etrop:' t,in Lift Int. Co. 907 Giicayne Bldg. 19 w. Plaster at. CHANTER OR CANTOR to lead High Holy Day services for Conservative group. State fee. Give background. 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FAGE4 +Jeistncrrtian_ FRIDAY, JULY i 8i EDITORIAL Kliozor Kaplan The death of Eliezer Kaplan at the age of 61 zzhs the young state of Isxae! of one of its three leading statesmen who were at the helm and erected the affairs ot the Jewish republic from the dev of its birth four years ego until now. Together with Preside:.: Weizmann and Premier ben Gurion, Finance Minister Kaplan nourished the infant country-, attended to its economic health. When his own health cave way and he v. as farced to resign as Finance Minister, Kaplan v.as r.arr.ei Deputy Prime Minister. It was not an easy task that Kcpia:: assumed. :.-.at of directing Isrcel s flnanres. In a smell poor country that was receiving ar. vr.preceri-r-.-ed number oi immigrants he had to turn th ited crr.cur.t cf purl:: monies available "> the best possible uses. I: was. in a way, b burden that Eliezer Kaplan assumed a burden that eventucliy affected h.s health and lei to hil dea:n at an ace v/hen many s:a:e=men are 01 the r.e:cht :: :he:: rzwer and usefulness. Eliezer Kapler, will :i=c hererr.err.'cerez arate:_lly by the Jewish pecple ::: h.s work c; reasurer of the Jewish Agency before the bir;h c: the Jewish republic. As such :: -.veil :z him :c -11cca:e the funds contributed by world Jewry for Palestine cclcnizancr. a job he per::rmed w;:h erect skill. Though as Fir.ar.re Minister cf Israel Kaplan was o.ten cr.'.irized :rr the thir.es he did or left --.cone, even his critics will now in retrosoert crl-mowledge that his service to the Jewish state was cf irnmeasureable value. Eliezer Kaplan's memory •. %  ••.11 long be cherished as one of Israel s pioneer statesmen. Center Day Camps Enroll Children For Second Period .':.• treatMi l Mor • %  % %  August lot I'll Sav Together with our readers, we regret t Q in thi* week's issue that our eminent coli J Harry Simonhoff takes his leave. m "I'll Say." the title under which our r ev .w and esteemed steff member each week for* most five years expressed his opinion, and 1 *!! he saw as he observed it, was one of our standing features. Simonhoff is an oldtimer in Greater ML— Remembering our city and Jewish commi2 from their infancy he recorded much fa t future throuqh his writings. Never one to m words or sidestep an issue, his courage of2 viction was admirable. Our columnist for the past several years endeavored to qather his notes, manuscriots columns and prepare them for publication 1 traveling, lecturing and columns have taken* of his time. Now he has decided that he mi put everything aside and complete this task. "I'll Say" did much to enhance the colunj of the Jewish Floridian. Simonhoff's writm achieved national attention and prominence a as a result focused attention on our publicatiq and the community we serve. Our columnist several offers under consideration which will his writings syndicated throughout the counta If these negotiations axe consummated we feel proud of having sponsored Simonhoff's entn into the field of journalism. We are planning many new features for ow readers in the fall. With these new innovata we look forward to presenting once aaain as weekly feature Harry Simonhoff's — "I'll Say, E %  %  • %  : %  %  Today, t NJ :_ .%  p. and I % %  • • : %  : A crafts proj : %  the inti •• rk n in and the seni J ; nd the Seven Dv. • .' grouos have etrated on finder paint ring, u well a= i xteling clajr. Folk dancing among all the older groups has been developed u.der the leadership of Miss Dorn and Mrs. Esther f:il g ?P !" **** presentations fcsve become a part of the regu" : I • amp. with each group wrftm, it, Q^ ,^ Hadimah Group Hold Mioat Ride Kadimah Chapter of Pioneer Women of Greater Miami wfl! ?e %J£Zn ^ r:de "board pie seven Seas". w hio"~ i.iii leave P:er Ko. 8 a 8 'm Sat U h^L i n K 19th Pr5eds of tne boat ride will be used for whirh M0etZOt Hap aIot p ~i" which sponsors nurseries for chiWrea and the rehawStattoS i;.-a3 ant adults conun i nto Further details concerning the outing may be obtained bv con 2 !" "* M £ Fred Sandier. ^S\ursery Program Advises Parents On Srhool Term %  • %  %  %  -' %  •• % %  N s that i I secui %  -. M at t %  • : I %  flay. 1 -' rr.mg %  %  i I f after t '-; What's Cooking Shared Young Women To Enjoy Fashions Tuesday A • %  • %  Sharel n will ning, July A V." %  : 317 C ral Way. • : • tor S • nual fi Surnmei 171 gull Hoi is t's 1 held t first > 5 n ene harg 11 • • %  i been coi to i lei A. Bei : e Ber' lantz. 1 Gold%  s Hermans Return For Opening Of Building Mrs. Harvey Herman and ter Bonnie have lnterrupt• d their summer stay at the OsI Lake Inn. Hendersonville, N.C.. to return to Miami to attend tne formal opening of her hu.-band's new building. The m Radio Supply Co., 1365 NW 23rd St Gables Sisterhood Games Party Lincheon and games held by the Coral at I %  Candle' I in C nut Gr ve, on July 24th. TY.ese throughout thi yi the i hairmanRi %  n. made at C( % %  48 I 173, with Mrs. 25 The public ii TERRY ELMA] I pro. n in San 1 • %  H %  ; ore of S %  best -. t %  % %  B -',-. bl< • a very excelle: • ... SSSf er. I uill never forget ItL h3Ve 7' 0 children. He !" e is the recipe for noodlesRoD out the doujth^f cn^J sasSKSS Golden Agers Social \ %  '• l %  f the Great •.• SW 16th A.; >ne to an an. Helen Alpert On Air LSV rt Column • liscus. V D •" AJ.coming S u: Parry For Roosevelt Chapter ^uiT^sHr^ c^rLn^Meibe^ 1 £"\ are Invited to attend ^ f ends Swim Dance For~ West Miami Center evening J Uv "^ ance Saturday I'na Hotel > 7i2 h i t 2L the John Iflce, at lhe Center ofBolivian President Receives Israeli Minister To Argentina '• PAZ, I JTA — lent Dr. Victor Paz this weekend received ir Tsui Itrai I Minister to tor a discussion of reBolivia and Isolations have tied. • ••>.:. ci ;,ppre• : %  • A I .. vementa. George Bloomberg KM Services Held Frido7 On Friday, Julv 11th. fuita serA-ices for the late Georgt 1 Bloomberg were conducted at I Gordon Funeral Home, folkr by interment in Mt. New Ce__ tery. with Rabbi Morris A. Ska, officiating. Mr. Bloomberg, who resided 2240 SW 14th Street. Miami, I | his wife, Bessie; mother Reba ca; two sons, David M. and Rot ert L.; two sisters. Mrs. Franfll Baril and Mrs. Sadie Schecti of all Miami; also three broths Sam, of Pittsfi^Ul, Mass.; harr^ of Boston, Mass and Louis, Miami. The deceased first came to I ami in 1926 and settled he with his family in 1932. He i a real estate developer and bri • r and also held a law dfgn He was a former Ju.4ice cf ti Tcace in Massachu.M ttA veu an of World War 1, Mr. Bloa berg, was a member of the Fi 1 ida Historical Society, the Grt* er Miami Apartment House A • soc.ation. the American LegM a charter member of the Jew War Veterans. Norman Brosj Brown Post, and a vie pr.sidr" of the Downtown Synagogue. Mr. Bloomberg, who p away in the Veterans Kcsp.l %  as torn in Bust r. H %  1830. f^>crbrno S<*hool To SS' arch tect Mart.n Hauri and Spector dnd S the contractors. fully appointed rrodem class'ditonum, l.brarv cafeundswith jregafion of child&£e" mU age to* wUl b ular classes will be ran •' (OT pr,,ehool' S lld !" rgr the owner of the Coschools in France and England Inquines concerning nSS. Flagler-Granada Plans Open House Open Hou


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* V" -jn v*< 4 •* )AY. JULY 18, 1952 Capitol Spotlight BY MILTON FRIEDMAN (Copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) ana— — i— — %  +Je*lsi> fhr/Min PAGE 5 anaaacgg I CHICAGO — The determination of a few men and a reservoir goodwill established in Washington were responsible for the & ach n n j^riSth statinJ G plank which emerged at the Republican National Conven"it moSoVu i^isSnSfth£ f lr several days at the convention it appeared as if there L5£2 P 2^ SMSM* Citizens Committee Oppose Publicity Levy At a meeting held on July 9th, at the Delano Hotel, the Miami Bench Citizens Committee unanimously passed a resolution that the organization go on record as opposing the passage of the one mill publicity levy to be voted on by the freeholders of Miami that: propfunds should be expended by the City for publicity purposes; however, it was felt that the method of raising these funds as set forth in the proposed levy is inequitable." Including among the reasons for opposing the levy were the t.t be r.u such plank at all, or at best an indifierently-worded [Before the convention opened a feeling prevailed among momof the platform committee that there should be no specific Irence to any country, but only a vague statement on aid to the East in general. There was tremendous opposition to the i inistration's foreign aid program. The Israel plank issue was lo-isdcd by anti-Zionist testimony of the American Economic fcncil. Hart assailed the Administration foreign policy, saying fact th-t -non-freeholders would the government had aided Israel and the Soviet Union but had be assessed the additional tax lilted Spain, which he described as effective anti-Communist through personal property taxes fctry. He denounced the United Nations Human Rights pro-1 without being permitted to vote §ri and complained that America was on the wrong side in Palon the proposal; the election | should not be held in July when a large portion of the freeholders are out of the City; and direct benefits from the tax wou'd accrue to certain special interests while the burden would be distributed among all freeSentiment developed among members of the foreign relations i-committee to write a plank which called for an "objective reL" of the Truman policy on Israel, which they believed had dieted" the Arab world. It was the intention of some to write I case for the Arabs who had deserted Israel. Into this „, scene stepped I. F. Kenen of the American Zionist Council. hen effectively testified before the platform sub-committee, ansholders and owners of personal ring allegation! of the sort raised against Israel by Hart and the property." Lazarus Group Party The Emma Lazarus Group of B'r.ai B'rith will hold a games party on Tuesday, July 22nd. 8.30 p.m., at the Sorrento Hotel, Miami Beach. Members and guests are invited. Refreshments will be served. t P 1W •ing [incil for Judaism. Representative Jacob K. Javits testified bethisub-committee on behalf of the Israel plank which he exEned would help insure a Near Eastern peace and stability. When the sub-committee reviewed the first draft of the plank, Member. Senator Irving M. Ives. of New York, considered the ement undesirable because of its faint and unenthusiastic wordi< manded a strong statement commending Israel's refugee \\ il program. He was joined by Senator Richard M. Nixon, %  .. .. former Senator Wayland Brooks of Illinois, and sub• chairman Senator Eugene Millikan, Colorado. They the plank before the committee as not clearly definitive |p P' licar sentiment toward Israel and thought it completely mequati After a discussion behind closed doors the plank Brf d i Israel a "strong commendation" and pledged the party rcoopriatc" to bring economic and social stability to that area. baiJ als i th.-t Republican influence would go behind the efforts jpcac etween Israel and the Arabs. From a convention which k at first indifferent, or at best lukewarm, this resolution reprer rtist victory. It was, however, not as strong as the GOP kik v. :m,'l. but a different situation prevails today. The plank gave American Zionists a basis on which they may and rightfully expect aid for Israel should a Republican AdminJbl i ted. It was an uphill battle, won by the determinapi of a staunch friends of Israel who utilized the accomp'ish: the state as arguments in favor of the mutual value of the nt of American-Israel friendship. Development! at Chicago indicated a strong pro-Zionist sentient on the part of many Republican Congressmen and bore testify to the health of the Zionist Movement. It also proved that Republican Party is aware of the accomplishments of Israel ice its establishment. Thi plank which was adopted reads: "The Republican Party I consistently advocated a national homeland for the Jewish peo! net a Republican Congress declared in support of that objec|e 30 years a'go. In providing a sanctuary for Jewish people rened homeless by persecution, the State of Israel appeals to our tpe-t humanitarian instincts and arouses our strong commenda'•' %  %  hall continue our friendly interest in this constructive and biring undertaking. We shall put our influence at the service ] the peace between Israel and the Arab States and we shall cotrate to \ ring economic and social stability to that area. Maria Kurenko Is Fourth Soloist On "Pop" Series Maria Kurenko, soprano, will | be presented as soloist on the | 4th of the current "Pop" series j to be given by the University of Miami Summer Symphony Or-! chestra on Sunday evening, July 20th. 8:30. in the Miami Beach [ Municipal Auditorium. The artist will include on her program a song by Arnold Volpe which was inspired by a poem "The Burned Letter," by Pushkin. She will also be heard in Earnest Charles' "Let A Song Fill My Heart". Mme. Kurenko, who conducts summer Master Classes at the Julliard School of Music in New York and at the Conservatory of Music in Kansas City, has aprieared in the United States and Europe with major symphony orchestras, and in addition to her jvork as a recording artist, has appeared as a featured network artist in both her own programs on CBS and on other commercial hours. The orchestra will be heard in Tchaikowsky's -Nutcracker Suite." "In the Silence of the Night." by Rachmaninoff. "Emperor Waltz," Johann Strauss. "Allelujia," by Mozart, and Tchaikowsky's "Overture 1812." John Bitter will conduct. SUITS YOU TO A"T" OTHER ICED TI IKETETLEY! ,0 DELICIOUS0 REFRESHING Sn Miami... Breakstone's MVUPER FLAVOR} idsasah Israeli Group chedules Card Parties |Mis. Harry M. Kaplan, presiof the Israeli Group of wh, announces that a card )"> will be held every Thurs] %  %  on, 1 p.m., at the Sea Hotel. 21st Street and Ocean Ive, liur.ng the summer piths Swim Party At Saxon The Senior Teen-Age Group of the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center held a swim party at the Saxon Motel on July 8th. Jerry Mizelle, leader of the group, accompanied the teen-agers. I st>#. We Regret prough error, our advertisecnt appeared in The Jewh Floridian June 27th, static, thct Miami Diaper Servce is "South Florida's Oldl. Largest and Moat fopuiar Diaper Service". 3 s is not the "oldest" MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Phone 9-2694-5 t Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverised Grade A. 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%  t PAGE 6 ii Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR (Copji ~ "" C> THE COMMUNAL SCENE: I m d* ..... -. rfend itsell I %  ;," -. Ihis still i rt vicious %  S ita crac %  • ^ cue resr. cun R Epsl A ^ %  -< a permanent to "J* %  on in tius the *PL will pn:a:e the situation mon rrectlj --ture IneUeotallT. from the ADL 'explanations' I note that "The Troublemakers" was ..%  • : : %  organizatioc I wonder whether the compilation w less known facts acou: anu-Senutisn in book form can be considered the annua ] m Anti-D n League %  There are many %  kj : In th United States n bif try ( I to speak that in an annual report the ADL should also have indud • %  siuv< ievenw ts in the fi< • •%  '•...... -•• in TIM rrou lemakers Slat bigots' views a rtahzed for generDS U COHM • • • • • ZIONIST AFFAIRS: between the Z. pist On ition of A nd the Ameri an Lai r Zionist • %  •:.. z. oisi la • • • I % %  in away • .ny ZOA A fon t Z .'•. Dr. Helta Irifted into the ] %  • I I • the ZOA took I gard to helping tl ral Zionists in [f polici I • present to aeli 3 • H in the ZOA U follow in the Un Stal that its women's rga • tion — The Pioneer Women — have a larg< .than i n'j group Th< ?..r. •.--.: "A" (0.060 mer. Suffice I '• that thi ..lied 11.400,000 : 0n| .. n's in• %  '% %  : in Is a during : %  : %  past vear Like the Hada.--. • pith RedCross Tells Of New Chairman New chairman of the Dade erican Red Cross, Mr* M1". *> unced the app and Board comhairmen C Boris • C munity Development representative of wer and Light Co.. ted to the Bard and be%  ,an of the Disastei ices. Other appointn I :ia r_ Service committees include the following members of the board: C V. W. Trice Jr., local realtor, chairman of Home Service. Maurice Klein. Cornmar.': • e American Legion P ,-t No. 85. chairman of Safety Services: Mrs Allen Mor::.-. Junior Red Cross. Mrs Roger E. Pox was reap. pointed chairman of Nursing Servio Dr. James J. McCormck, chairman of Blood Procureit; Mrs. J. Riley Staats. chairman of Service Groups: Mrs. George E. Batcl Her, chairman ry Committee for ServGroups. Comdr. William N. afield was appointed chairr Volunteer Recognition: Mrs H. O. Vance, chairman of Public Information. The Board of Dire I ra approved the following appointts as Board Committee chairmen: Paul Weiss, chapter treasairman of Budgit and Finance: James C. Oliver, chairman .of Personnel: Charles F Helmly. chairman of Nominating Committee; Comdr. Charles A. Mills, Military Liaison rcprentaDave Bosworth. Civil Defense Liaison representative. Others are Walter L. Harris, and all past chairmen. Advisory Committee to the Board of Dirs; Dante Fascell. chairman of the Resolutions ar.d By-Laws mittee; William J. Pruitt, chairman of the annual meeting; M. Lipton. chairman of %  lal report: E. E. S< iler, rman of Special Events 11 W th Crow, chair: I ter House C ttee and ••in D. A ; C • an C • FRIDAY, JULY 18. Schachter Announces Variety Hour Programs j Schachter, directi MORTGAGE LOANS HENRY E. WOLFF CO. &f -J4JS serve i JORSCHT COLD AHISCHEWITZ IIUEI ram borscht %  Y Tm Anas o* MANiscHtwrrz MATZOS 'V COULTON BROS. GARAGE &f 8.W. 8th Street GORDON ROOHNG AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have you: reof repaired now; you will live on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 14 W. 22nd A .,.• j. fHCNE .&e*0 ASK FOR Kosher Zion Products at your LOCAL DELICATESSEN & MARKET Make Sure It's No. 1 Distributed by uvnrsoiv FOOD SPECIALTIES CO 22 K.E. 2nd AVE. MIAMI Phone 3-7791 Home Auxiliary] Honor*. Moml The Greater Miami Wr,, Auxiliary to the Jewirh R] (or the Aged will honor members at a Coffee on Tue I July 22nd, 1 p.m.. at the ; borne Hotel. 1801 Collins %  ue, Miami Beach. Mrs. Jack Udell, member* chairman, asks every memSel bring a new member. PrizeTr be awarded and a names ta will complete the afternoon? Hostesses assisting the del I man will be Mrs. Sol Silver? president; Mrs. Kate MeS | berg, Mrs. Jennie Orovib i : Maurice Perlman arid Mrs dore Cohen. Reservations'. I be obtained by calling Mrs.IU 1 5-7548. A. Louis Mechlowilx was elected president of the North Shore Jewish Center at a special election which was called due to the resignation of the former president. Mr. Melrin Pazol. Mr. Mechlowitx. a local attorney, will serve until December of this year. Dov Chapter Boat Ride Dov Chapter, Mizrachi Won will hold a boat ride Su July 20th, 4 p.m. All prowill go to the oprhan children Israel. For reservation, pbe Rose Pertes, president, at 94 ^onxpK-i 4 S*tt\ ov 1-in Rabbi Joseph C RockoTsJcy 945 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 FUMIGATION NVLOM TENTS ""' < tin %  % %  • %  • %  •I HI' iMrtfi M at aeeaaef •4ISICATNiilVD.tWur GET AUTOMATIC DEFROSTING AT A NEW LOW PRICE! SELFDEFROSTING Jewisl Variety H ir," will t every Sui I over WMBM • at 11 a.m. conducts a program on WTTT. may be heard every Sundav over that n from 9:30 to 11 a.m. N man R. Lyons, Miami •1 featui %  pro. :• %  Ji Arou:. thi World". 'The Jew"jkfbCfk KELVINAT0R O^ S* Nowl A sensational new engineering I "^ Ji achievement I Kelvbrator "Magic Cycle"** self-defrosting Is simpler, faster, far more economicaL Uses no electric heating elements. Nothin g else Nke It. Come In and see why It's beef I -ruot eppttt see.' i mm b ts 'TO**, Medel IA lllu.tri.* • t. ft. of Cold Space • -fc. Freeier CW.1I • U e, h. el Seell Areel e hstjjjh htjej ckeet %  MMMtl e HW, Oeer SU*T„| • <** "eliKeU Crlsearel M • litre-Hlfb, l.tre-aeeen MHeleewl %  > frlw nwwe 1 Meeel MA Itltrete4 n c. h. C.WCkeetl • M.4 to. fLef Sheet Areel eT^BMe>4eUCriefsrsl ^^^.^^ZLViZSiC^Z^^S^^* THERE IS A BETTER REFRIGERATOR ms RICHARDSON FURNITURE-WAREHOUSE nVmitar. •„, HOMtS HOTflS one ArARTMfN'S 636 N. 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•^ Personally Speaking Mr. and Mrs*. Al LoZito. 45 NE 69th Street, are hosts to Canadian visitors, including Mrs. LoZiio's father and mother. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Charlton. and her brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Chcrlton and daughter. Sandra, all of Toronto. Also visiting the LoZitos are a brother. Mr. Jarr.es LoZ and daughter. Florence. Mr. and Mrs. I. Hoyt. brother-in-law and sister of Mr. LoZito. accompanied by their two sons. Peter and Joe. another sister. Mrs. Cioffc and a friend. Mrs. F. Nave: jas. all of New York City. Mr. and Mrs. EUie Berenson. 4520 Alton Road, are leaving Sunday for California. They plan to spend time in San Francisco and Los Angeles among other points. They will return to Miami the latter part of September. Mr. and Mrs. Harold G. Shapiro. 115 Sarto Avenue. Coral noh Davia Parent Teachers Association recently installed ,, ..... r ,.,, „ Albeit E. Levine as its new president. Standing, left to Gables, announce the birth of their second child. RocheL who, M are Win. Phil Abrems. recording secretary; Mrs. Ernest i was bom on June 25th. The maternal grandmother ; s Mrs. Lena tsmar.. outgoing president: Mrs. Levine; and Mrs. Bernard Weintraub; paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Morris eidell. 1st vice president. Shapiro, all of Miami. + Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin BWolff, of 1435 Alton Road. Miami Beach, announce that their daughter, Sharon, gave birth to twin boys on June 30th. The parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry APierce, o'. Petersburg. Va.. named the babies Neil Richard and Reed Nolar.. The couple's other children are Barry Michael. 4 years, and Mark Louis. 2 years. Mrs. Pierce is the former Sharon Joyce, who formtaught ballet in Miami. PACT* %  Selyn Ersoff comes Bride Of In in Miller the home of the groom's |nt.-. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph er. N< w Haven. Conn.. Miss ilvr Doris Ersoff. daughter of land Mrs. Nathan Ersoff. 435 |llth Street. Miami, was unitriage with Marvin Wil|M r on June 22nd. of Nettie Goldstein, Michael Uenberg To Wed Soon The approaching nuptials Miss Nettie Goldstein, daughter of Mrs. Dora Goldstein, of New 1 erly York City, and Col. Michael Is! enberg. prominent Miami at, Southern France, tornev have been announced. CoGUST BROS Rvi tf Settling in Miami following his | separation from the service, the Miss Goldstein, a member of Colonel was the organizer and a ride, who was given in | J}f teaching staff of Temple Beth ; former president of the Chicago 'bholem. residing at 1452 Mend-> C lub of Greater Miami: also a lan Avenue is a graduate of vice pres ident of Sholem Lodge Columbia University Teachers Bna B r i th H e is affiliated with by her father, was atin a ballerina lengt.n eggla. e gown and carried a ;,n orchid. sehr\ attended the Univerof Miami; Marvin the Unitity i f Connecticut. He is h nt at the Pennsylvanftatc College of Optometry. uple toured New Engar.tl Canada on their horeyln. They will reside at 5915 I 13th Street, Philadelphia, thf ir return. College, where she received r.er the E i ks Mason an d the Shrine. B.S. degree. Formerly a Hebrew and ls a trustee of Temple Israel, teacher and administrative aswhere he formerly was president Biatant at the Society for the Ad• 0 { j ne Men's Club vancement of Judaism la New Co l. Isenberg. whose law of-' York City, the bride-to-be is also ; (lces are in the Biscayne Builda graduate of the Teachers In; ing res ides at 3888 NW 2nd Terstitute of Jewish Theological race w here the couple will make Seminary with a degree of Bachi tneir home with the Colonel's nitf-Gevertz igcment Told elor of Jewish Pedagogy. She also spent some time in Israel where she engaged in research. A former tennis tournament player. Miss Goldstein's interests r.ow lie in music and art, being an amateur painter. Col. Isenberg, a member of the Dade County and Florida Bar Associations, and of the Decalogue Society of Lawyers, receivdaughter. Jaclin, who is spending the summer at. Sky Lake Camp, Sautee. Ga. Col. Isenberg is a cousin of Golda Myerson, Minister of Labor, State of Israel. n Gevertz, son of Mr. M Morris Gevertz, New r.ouncement has been made ll troth*] of Miss Phyllis pg, .lighter of Mr. and Mrs. H'.mg, 3530 SW 16th Street, | ed the degree of Doctor of Jurisprudence at Northwestern University Law School. A member of the Jewish War Veterans, the Colonel served during World War II with the parachute and glider forces in the European theatre, receiving the bronze medal for spearheading the invasion of he ide-tO-b, a teacher in |1) County School System, %  ate of the University %  4 Mr. Gevertz is emthe City of Miami. Complete and SbependaHe o7it/e Setirice M IAMI TITLf t Obstruct Co. J 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Title Insurance Peliciee of Kansas City Title Insurance Co. 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%  4. PAGE 8 +JeistncrMif>£_ FRIDAY, JULY 18, .. d>ttlctb SVeiakfou HELEN ALPERT I've had a coxy time .his f^^^S&St.'Xi Jev :sh periodicals up and down th eastern W L r 3bSwSasrasrJ Baltimore by Mr. d l**^AE^nin^.XrJ.r, *ho h A^ady a', home in Key wes, where, he attends *. FU^Sonar Kalk-Roscnberg Nuptials Solemnized Sunday A! Hotel Roanoke, Virginia i to Hava i ON STAGE: ::.. seat and ge>j .... iliarity. She opens Goodbye Ag=in by Uncuidly crossing the twin bed to answer the phone. BM s tne hers s secretary ar.d since this is a family newspaper, natural.y I an -.oo discreel to admit she's more ... I did some soul-searching — very recommended on occasion, for ons never knows what sort of !h:ng this may dredge up — and before you could say 'Hamlet Why there it was: shed been Gerf.ude the Queen in Beach Hign s Thespian production of "Hamlet ". and before that, a Maria Marcy player in "Cinderella'' Now she's playir.g the Madeleine Carroll role orioinally on Broadway. Conrad Nagel played the hero. Since Mr. Nagel was nowhere around, and neither was anyone else. George Keaihley look that lead. It's a light, brisk, friendly farce built on a frail situat n and th not-si -frail vai ity I a gent. In it are 5 >m f Keal stu nts. The mai I is good 1 tat I •• men lati to hire hi Sup* til inc was Cathy Alch's • But really superb in timing is the Ring Theatre's "Both Your HOUMS", hard on the heels of the GOP bellowings. and itself mothered by the corruptions and political horse-traders of its day. Bv now. everyone you know has been commenting on the fine "Bus" done by Billie Mrs. Alan Rosenson Richards: on Bill Sc.-.!e:ir.gor's "Sol Fitimaurice"; on the excellent underplayed "Simeon Gray" of Kenneth E. Reid. What fascinates me is everyone's failure to comment on Maxwell Ardersor.'s terrific playwright's triumph — an amaiing writing trick in building suspense upen a small fact and watching it grow Sam Hirsch directed this, wi:h point. ON THE BEAT: Lots of news has been fluttering around Ja k A ter phone calls from gripped citizens, following the annour n i nt he's chairman of a militant beautification pri _: m I n .: | 7S>tn Street Causeway Co-chairman is George P. Jac bs. The; off dally representing the Miami Beach Taxpayers' Ass iati n and i tct to plow into the matter the moment they'.' m the St.".. Road Department Ann Schn.erer phoned to plug one of her favorite people, Ha! Murray, who's at the Casbah. and has to sire: -shi t> : e Beach, to t.-.ose hot, he's rui "Adored" teacher is Willie Oserman, gifted with the ability to "inspire" his painting pupils. Honestly, Mr. Oberman, I have never heard such rapturous and loving acclaim! Weeks ago. Mr. Oberrnan had told me he teaches "because I love loo": but it was from he earning Ruth Block Svdney Blocks fell Of Daughter Lite's Engagement : Mrs % %  Block. 807 Jeronimo Di ive, Coi renounce 1 ''•' ," : ter, I.ila Ruth, to Mr. Paul Charles S in, son ol Mr and M 925 North Short Drive, M h. 1 bride-1 luated cum laude -' B.A l< • ; : : t; %  %  Miami v. %  ent ol Epsolin 1 Nu Kappi : Miss Block, who i the H in award for outnior In the C Hi : Fine Arts a I S M : na • %  listed in v. 's Who in American Colan ; Universities. %  ; shii • .. attended i Stati gradude from the Uniity of Miami with a B-S. H did si luati work at the University of Pern: \ l\ ania and n He was ent ol Phi Epsilon i'i fratemil 1 i m-to-be a • : .i ISI us !. %  i Igi Masmi i ler, and is a: i! I with Rud i Su i rwear. Inc., and S. I Rudofker's, Inc., ">f Philadel The dati • • wedding has et for Septembei 7th. Variety Hospital Seeks Radios For Children A cah for 25 table-model radios in any condition for use at the Variety Children's Hospi!a! has teen m3de. For pickup service call Albert J. Hirsch at 3-0851. T wedding of their daughter, Ruth Sheila, to Malcolm M. Ros,„.... 0 f Mr. and Mrs. Lake of Roanoke. V.rc.n.a. -, the Hotel Roanoke on Saturday July Bth, was announced by ind Mr. Jack J. Falk. of i Beach. Thl b ride was given in i marriaee bv her father in a double S5 ceremonv with Rabbis MorGraff and Tobias Rothenber^ officiating. The wedd.ne. which took place In the hotel ballroom, w is preceded bv a family dinner. attended bv meirbera of hoth a nd out-of-town *"* %  ; %  i fro m New York. Now i Pennsylvania. Maryland. .. n DC. Virginia and • rect ption and dance i. ,i the i upti la The bride wore a nvlon tuUe ankle length gown trimmed in nt si quins. Her long sleeve jacket was caught at the %  %  ith a single button. Her of nvlon tullo. was i in sequins to carry out tif of the gown. HT bou0 f whil rti Dhanotis and double white orchids was su-crall white Bible ved at her Confirrr.aAttending the bride maid of was her sister. Miss Bar. F ik s e wore a Dink nvlon tulle ballerina length gown with matching h t and carried a bououet of oir.k and white <-,*rnaMTS. Malcolm M. Rosenberg Falks Entertain For Out-Of-Town Guests Dr. and Mrs. Jack J Falk an daughter, Barbara, of Nautfli Drive, Mian.i Beach, gave a i rcr partv at their home on Sal ti iteohanotis, and blue urday j u i y 12th. for the im. The grooms sister. lown g Uests who were fries, ,!.': %  %  i Ann Rosenberg, and j and re i atives of Mr. Robert 1 Miss rob, Wvnn Gibson, a sorRosen berg, whose marriage f| loritv sister of the bride, were ToD€e Wynn Gibson took plait and wore identical pink net gowns and carried bou|nuets of pirk and white carnaand pink stephanotis. The bride's motl er wore a navv blue net gown with a white and hid: the groom's mother a beige lace and chiffon dress with a pui pie orchid. 1 Mr. Robi rt Rosenberg, cousin ] son Mr. Seth Flax, makes of the groom, was best man. and home. ol er rousins, Mrs. Basil Suffer, j others present from Roanobi Mr Gilbert Rosenberg. Mr Mor. were Mrs. Max Rosenberg, !" ton R nberg. and Mr. Maury an(1 Mrs Morton Rosenberg, !" Lee Strauss were ushers. and Mr8 Harry Rosenberg, MB The former Miss Faulk is a Rose Strauss, Mr. and Mrs. Maifl luate of Miami Beach Senior High School, and :i senior at the !"n versitv of Miami. She is a n ember of the Delta Phi Epsilon S rity. Mr Rosenberg graduated from the Massanutten Military Acadthe the next day. Those present included Mr aal Mrs. Malcolm Rosenberg, whoa] marriage had taken place in RiT anoke the previous week, aa| Dr. ard Mrs. Charles Lippow, Meridian Avenue. Miami Be* who have just returned from I visit to Roanoke. Va where I men had told me he teaches "because I love too : but it was from n • r II his students' group, and especially Rose Kogan. ore learns how he bOIRP I 0111131' cbanasls his own devotion lo art ir.lo releasing hidden or yearning & talaatt in olhers. A greal achievement! The one physi m le ted h tl I Stal I international Cancer Cunftrence :n Brussels is Dr. Mortoi L-...n of Albany, N.Y. Dr Lev:will speak | • %  :: • •• ^ a 'l the wire stories last year oi n wit king Which precij ital I on. er to rk thai s read so much a t I elel is •• • ting, he's decided to ing Back home from M I •-' n R ad .Mrs Lil Fischer L ngl K; Jilmai -. I the Kaufl : • %  : ^ Bay. wit., 1 \ of Virginia, attended University ol Virginia, and is tating at the end of the summer from the University of Mian The i tuple is planning a postn honeymoon at the Tarleton Club. New Hampafter which they will be in Roanoke. Virginia. Lee Strauss. Mr. Sol Roscr.berJ and Mr. and Mrs. William S:Dr| lust. From Washington. DC. *a| Mr. Gilbert Rosenberg, and froaj Baltimore. Md.. was Mrs. Frtffl Weinberg. Adult League Dance The Young Adult League the Greater Miami Jewish Co I munity Center will sponsor dance on the Patio Sun* night. July 20th, 8:30 p.m.. cording to an announcement Miss Elva Weiss, president the group. The League is opt to men and women between B|j ages of 21 to 28. r • '. 1 r that ii frejhly -1 imarti j !"• -3. prope'iy C :-r -••',?! :; s-:-. A ?u U uW ? remen,fce r '>-e trim job Skiop:r" A'.per* used c do will, his boats or. Maryland's Severn River have cz-l %  ', EV& < SSl M -, f £nylh:n3 901 oii — --5.S So Ahoy! READ A GOOD BOOK FROM OUR LENDUVG LIBRARY (or select a book to gne $omo %  as a rer^embrancA1M> in Our Library: STATIONERY GREETING CARDS BAR MITZVAH and CONFIRMATION CARDS Morris Brothers 1261 Washington On Miami Beach PHONE 48-2084 UNIVERSITY U MEN'S SHOP 2829 Ponce De Leon Boulevard Coral Gables SPL %  OSCEOMJi LAKE i\\ ^N LAKE OSCEOLA HENDERSOW.LLt. N. 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1TDAY. JULY 18, 19S2 +j**Mnrridriar PAGE 9 "V^V^>^><^^^V^V rf, V^V, ^--V^V^V^%-*VV^V' Personally Speaking ^*"V .rfV-^WWW^WWWWWW/W'W Robert Alan Beldner, son of Mr. and Mr3. Leonard Beldner. 570 Jefferson Avenue. Miami Beach, was born at Jackson femorial Hospital on July 4th. Mrs. Beldner is the former Milcent Rubin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rubin. The parnal grandmother is Mrs. Minnie Beldner. Rabbi and Mrs. Mayer Katz, 721 Lenox Avenue, are spend(ig a month in New York where they are visiting their children id grandchildren. They will also meet for the first time their jndson. Elliot Sussman, who was bom last August; also a randdaughter, Susan Katz, born in February of this year. On teir return trip the couple will stop in Savannah, Georaia, to Mend a reception honoring Mrs. Katz's niece, a recent bride Duncraggan Inn announces the followina vacation arrivals fern the Miami area: Mr. and Mrs. George Sheridcn, Mr. and Jrs. P. H. Marks and son Billy. Mr. and Mrs. Welch Jordon and on William, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Baumgarten, Mr. and Mrs. John lib, Mrs. Joel Rauzin, Mrs. Nina Davis, Miss Elenor Davis, tlona Eisenstein. and Mrs. William White and son Fred Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Smolowitz, of Brooklyn, New York, re vacationing at the South Seas Hotel, Miami Beach. While ? thpv will be entertained by their son-in-law and daughter. r. and Mrs. Bernard Mandler. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Schwartzman, 6225 Alton Road, left I jst Friday for Hendersonville, N.C., where they will stay at jkeside Inn. While there they will visit their son, Robert, who enjoying a vacation at Camp Osceola. The Schwartzman's I laughter, Rosalie, i at present visiting relatives in Baltimore, there she will be joined in a few weeks by her parents, and i ^i!l accompany them on a trip to Washington. Upon their reI rn, the Schwartzmans will again stop at Hendersonville to joined by Robert for the trip back to Florida. The family ill be away for cbout a month. Miss Beverly Raphael, 1024 Pennsylvania Avenue, is ;nding several weeks in New York and is at present vaca-1 Verners Tell Of Daughter Gloria's Engagement Mr. and Mis. Benjamin Werner. 1325 SW 21st Terrace, announce the engagement of their daughter, Gloria, to Mr. William apane. Brooklyn, r>w York. The bride-to-be, known professionally as Gloria Warner, is a television and nightclub singer. Before entering the entertainmert field, she was recreation director at Jackson Memorial Hospital for student nurses; also a teacher at Citrus Grove Junior Tobi Satin Is Affianced To Jerry Hurt man An ergagerr.ent has been announced between two University of Florida students. Miss Tobi Esther Satin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob J. Satin, of Taveres, and Jerry Bernard Hartman, son Gloria Werner High School. A graduate of the University of Miami; Miss Werner received her Masters degree from New York University. Her fiance, who is now associning at Green Mansions in the Adirondacks. She will also %  te ? u w i th the New York Po ,!..._.. &f ;_ ; u~i. J TM.-I J I i_: Authority as an attorney, eradend some time in Baltimore and Philadelphia. uated f ^ m Brooklyn College with a BA. degree, receiving his Mrs. Ethel Shochet left by plane Tuesday for Margate, N. J., ttiere she will spend the summer with her son-in-law and > l e ^, -,,,^KI. i The wedding date has been set jughter. Mr. and Mrs. A. Fmley Binder. for September 6th. %  Mrs. D. Bliss and daughters, Roberta and Susan, of New Israelite Center Meets srk, are spending their summer vacation with Mrs. Bliss' irents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Roberts, of 520 W. 46th Street, Iiami Beach. Mrs. Saul Alexander has been elected a delegate by the Brber Chapter of the National Home for Jewish Children at snver and will attend the annual convention to be held at Jnver from July 20th through the 23rd. New vacation arrivals at the Osceola Lake Inn include Mr. j id Mrs. Arthur Litt and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. Lewinsky and j bnily, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Morgenstern, Mr. Warren Soned, I Ir. N. W. Winokur, Mrs. Dorothy Weiss, William Weiss, Mr. | id Mrs. M. S. Bernard, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rubin, Mr. and j ps. A. Gordon and family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Galbut and fam law degree from St. John's ColA regular meeting will be held at the Israelite Center on Tuesday, July 22nd. 8:30 p.m. President Hy Morris will preside. Guest speaker will be Judge Sam Silver. ,. MUOI •• Studio Carol Louise Katzman Carol Katzman Is Betrothed To Robert Zane Alpert The announcement of the en', gagement of Carol Louise Katz! man to Mr. Robert Zane Alpert has bren made by the bride-tobe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Moe Katzman, 13th Court, San Marco Island, Miami Beach. Mr. Alpert is the son of Mr. end Mrs. Morris Alpert, 3930 Meridian Aver.ue. i Miss Katzman formerly lived i in New Jersey and t.ie family | maintain's a summer home in Asbury Park. She graduated from i Miami Beach High School and at, tended the University of Miami where she was a member of Phi | Sigma Sigma Sorority. Mr. Ali pert, who has been a resident h?re since 1929, served with the U.S. Navy during the last war. i He attended Miami Beach schools and the University of Miami. ThLdue of the wedding has not been set. a Tobi Esther Satin of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hartman, 1804 Biarritz Drive, Miami Beach, and Detroit. Toli. a sophomore, is a graduate of Tavares High School where she was a member of Beta Club, the honor society, ar.d social editor of the school annual. Her fiance, a senior at the University, is a major in agriculture. A graduate of Miami Beach High School, Mr. Hartman is a member of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity, the varsity swimming team, and the F Letterman'3 Club. He is also a cadet officer in t.-.e Air Force ROTC. ICoom and Board tcr couple or 3ingle persons b beautiful home in fine location. Restful surroundings "th garden. Write: MRS. 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PAGE 10 Our Film Folk 3v LEON GUTTERMAN HOLLYWOOD — C lumnist s Grcucho Marx: Cultivate vici hen vou are young, and n you are old they will not ke you."' George Jesse!: "When a man with a woman, and she a cop. he is lucky: she it have called a raobi. Lou H0I12: "Be content with lot. especially if Itfl a corner one." Judy Holliday: "Women get Ides in their complexion? by i„ g a ,. : their complexKeanan Wynn: Everyone has a :: ght to be conceited until he s essful." Ed Wynn: "Money may not happiness but with it you be unr.appv in comfort. Abe Burrows: 'Some people • wholly bad: they've only mandments Hedy Larr.arr: -The best comtion*l a woman is an old I, a young heart, and a baby n 5 y Bolger: I: r.obody drop' .• ; eighth grade. ns %  uld be found to '.lege graduutGertrude Berg: "As long n n • %  %  rsyoi ng: daughter I th -1 T:ny Martin: got ideas of evolution from ob. • lath 5." Paulatta Gocldard: It is (cr a woman 1 : n against w m> Ben Blue: %  %  %  : %  way to r some %  %  • t urn down all licates• ;eff Chandler: "W mi n's styles hang but theii i n • Lauren Bacall: "Nc t of a man: him an oppor• develop his natural ca• Harvey Stone: "And then they • married and lived happily : aftei Shelley Winters: There's • thing in kissing a girl once: DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 11 N. E. 5th St'Mt Phone 9-8401 AL MEIDENBJERG, Owner S. J. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington AT*. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Private Uia. Also for Hebrew Schools. Telephone 5-9017 it'? the second Sam Levenson: T ; .I • • %  Id. Harry Hershfield: "It's better to bo laughi I at i man: le l laugh because you are. George Burns: He who laughs : si :? probably the one wr, 'tended to tell the story himself a little later." Billy Rose: "Ignorance • law does not prevent the losing lawyer from collecting his bill. Milton Berle: "M you h-nd a 'friend five dollars li never I see him again, it's worth it.' Joe E. Lewis: "The less you i have to do with some people, the less you are worse off." Jan Peerca: "A liar can aliwavs get another liar to swear !he's telling the truth." Morey Amsterdam: "Life is an everlasting struggle to keep n iming in and teeth and from coming out." Sophie Tucker: "At :.b"Ut th' time one learns to make the I of life, the most of it is gone. Ben Hecht: "Thi n an tnn types of modern literatim : e] .otic neurotic and tommyrotic." Charlie Chaplin: "If VOU can spend a perfectly useless afternoon in a perfectly useless man' %  ner. you have learned how to Edward G. Robinson: "YOU r can liv lonj %  > % %  out all •. ings that make yu want long Melvyn Douglas: "Some men vi r go to work for a living until they have given everything • iir trial." Jack Benny: "Speaking of the high cost of living, the only thing nowadays that i n is thi and even that soaks you." Piper Laurie: "When a man sks a '.'• man I ire his lot. he shouldn't be surprised if she wants to know the si; I it." Danny Kaye: "A woman knows the value of love, but a man knows its cost." Jack Warner: "Science should spend less time studying the origin of man. and more time on what his finish is to be." Sholem Asch: "Marriage is a beautiful custom in which two people share all the troubles 'which their marriage created." Henry Youngman: "Children are natural mimics: they act like parents in spite of every effort to teach them good man, ners" Georgie Price: "Bachelors who have half a mind to get married that 1 it's ;ill it r< quin s." Bud Abbott: It's e mink in et thai tei %  nsible for thi : • • %  loor." 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FRIDAY. JULY 18. 1952 Iflatfler-Granada Meet To Plan Poming Events A double-session Sunday School will be in effect during ming season at the FlaglerGranada Jewish Community Center. Herman Feldman, chairIman. will meet in the near fuIture with parents of the Sunday [and Hebrew School children Iwhen the new set-up will be exIpl.uned. I Joseph Masters, chairman of [the High Holy Days committee, hint last week with committee [members, to formulate plans for [the coming holidays. R, port Cards For Parents" Iwas the subject of Dr. Kathleen |B Hester, associate professor of Iflmuntaiy education of the UniIversity of Miami, when she adIdressed the Women's Group of |the Flagler-Granada Jewish ComImunity Center yesterday. t A report on the forthcoming Idinner-dance to be held in Auglust was given by Mrs. Irving ISeid. chairman of the affair. A team of women has been %  selected to appear on the television program "Quick on the Draw" on Monday evening, July 21st. Participating will be Edith Moore, Miriam Schiff, Mildred (ewman and Ruth Solomon. [Loon Lake Boasts [Outstanding Events Andron's Loon Lake Hotel, located in Loon Lake, Franklin bounty, New York, has scheduled a series of events to be held during the summer season. During the weekend of August 17th, the annual regatta will kdke place on the private fourmile lake of the hotel. Over Fi.xty boats and contestants from number of states on the Eastern Seaboard will participate. During the weekend of August 24th, the Loon Lake Pro' amateur Golf Championship will be held on the private golf burse. A Gershwin Music Festival and festival of other modern composers have also been arranged. Iroadway stars appearing this li at the resort include Morfcy Amsterdam, Myron Cohen, Billy Vine, Red Buttons, Harvey Stop..-. Larry Storch, Beth Hunr, Jack Durant, Johnny Howard. Tapps, Ben Yost Vikings | md Irra Pettina. Ends Laxatives < — finds amazing relief "1 have had great success with I ALL-BRAN," writes Paterson, N. J., [man. "After years of constipation, II am now regular. Thanks to my % |


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PAGE 12 Symphonette Receives Charter; Seeks Members On Friday. Julv Ufa. Circuit Judge J. Fritz G proved of the Friends Of The Miami Beach Symphonette. The tion. led 1 y ;; officers Mrs. Louis Novick presidentMrs. Theodon F Arvan, vice president: Mrs. A rar.am Haiduck. record i ._ cretary: Mrs Harry Flaum. c rr< sponding secretarv:'David R. Topp. treasurer; and Ri.hard Krieger Fink, legal adviser, has for its aim the : stering and advancirg of the newly formed Miami Beach Symphonette. The Symphonette is a symphony orchestra composed >f forty-seven musicians, all residents of Miami Beach. The group p'.ans to present various typ I concerts, including free • perances, cor.cerl I • h*en %  : : r the community. Th• ••• pr< i"" ap] i ximstely one hundred and fifty meml rs I the Fi en Is C: 1 Mij Beach Syn • nette, and 5 to obtain ss many as jsi :• of the | nl : si: Mi: mi Beach as m mShriller. Spieler In Partnership Ft rmation of a partnership for the general practice of law has been snn mnced by Leo Sheiner and Stanley H. Sp eler, with of: %  s in the Rop. Building, Mild r. Shi S Bl :• of Arts degree Cornell University and Bachelor of Laws degree :.-. Cornell %  versify Law She i e Sch I. als iv< I a Mast r of j ieorg< Wash| ingl :. Unix i rsity. H si : v n th B ... %  :' Di! : %  tors of the Gr at r Mi Jewish Community Center, the Greater Miami Jewish Fed and the Jewish Social Service Bureau Mr. Sheiner is also a member of Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith, and the Coral Gabies Jewish Center. Mr. Spieler, who attended City College of the City I >'• w York received his Bac heloi : L gree from the University of Miami. A veteran of World War II, he is a member of th Lawyers' C< mrr.ittee of the Jewish National Fund, and a trustee Tropical Lodge B'r.ai B'ril Listen to th* JEWISH VARIETY HOUR WMBM — 800 on your Dial Every Sunday from 2 to 3 "Tho Jewish Philcsooher" Wednesday & Thursday at 11 a.m. rjemstjhrrf*^ FRIDAY, JULY 18, 19J The Great IISROILAL MASTER Proves Writhe Tire of the Centuryu t r ThePliotoTRFTJ andPROOF/fenr noimmfordoubt! Now ., within your easy reach I Everlasting White-walls. Now no curb-scuff, no curb-smear with exclusive U.S. Royal Curb Guard* protective rib! •Irikrir. tl I.:..:.: Ratal BuUnr C'l-pMT 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 • *>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 Whitewall U. S. Royal Masters. {Equally generous allowances on all sizes.) THIS TS YOUR OPPORTUNITY-SEE US TODAY! SALE SIZE 6:00x16 6:70x15 6:50x16 7:10x15 7:00x15 7:60x15 8:20x15 U. S. ROYAL FACTORY-TYPE FULL CAP5! PRICE 7.83 8.93 9.15 9.86 10.69 10.73 11.80 Exchange or Cap Your Casings Look Like New! West Like New! %  Guaranteed Like New! %  Loaners No Charge Sever a Moulting Charge 1 .00 WORLD FAMOUS U. S. TIRI AT THESE LOW PRICES 1134 [[[ 1 5J| .. 11 KOOxIti tMzlS 700x15 Gets You Rolling Exchange on Recoppobl* Casina otherwise add 2.50 Plus Tax WTTT — 1490 on your Dkd Every Sunday from 9:30 • 11 a.m. Jacob Schachter Director NORMAN R. LYONS Newscaster ana Histerical Narrator Norton Tire Company Inc MIAMI 14^ a. MIAMI BEA CH ****Ph. HUI Ph. W-* 7



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kjDAY, IULY 18. 1952 jgfeft/jg*te#7 PAGE 13 Jews In Sports By BILL WOLF (copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) IA total of 18 Jewish athletes L on the U.S. Olympic team [at will go into action July 19th Eain-t athletes from many*parts the world. They will particibtc in f erring, track, wrestling U swimming. The unusually large number jems from the fact that the Inrinc team this year consists 14 Jewish stars. I Others included in the U.S. vmpic delegation now in Helliki are Martin Engel, hammer irower; Henry Laskau, A.A.U falkir.fi champion; Don Sheff, rimming star of Yale Univery; and Henry Wittenberg, (ympic wrestling charrp in the pound free-style class [portrait of an Olympic Star: here's many a cop walking the bat in New York City who I jump at the opportunity sec the Olympic Games. One them, a police sergeant is go11 he there — as a partlcit. The cop is Her.ry Witteng, who has been on the pope force for 11 years. Henry (ill be defending the wrestling jle he captured at the Olympics 1948. He earned a berth on %  is year's wrestling team by finning in the final elimination atches held in Iowa. In the ocess. he suffered some torn luscle tissue near his ribs, but is now in good shape aflr the injury, Henry told the pwish Telegraphic Agency that nless he felt he was fit, he ouliin't wart to take part beluse he couldn't do his best. [Henry, who has eight A.A.U. 'rest ling titles to his credit, venred some information about he wrestling prospects of the |.S. tiam in the face of compeltion from other countries. "I think our chances this year promising," he said. "I befv, that the toughest team to will be Turkey. Turkey is nown as the country that prouees the best wrestlers in Eurfc. S %  • %  %  . sports circles are in Helhki for the games. Colonel srry D. Henschel, chairman of U.S. Committee for Sports Isr.u 1. is getting a late start. r'll i e missing the first few Jys of the competition because has a hoard meeting of the liiuva Watch Co., of which he %  vice-president After the meethe'll fly to Finland. Also on hd will be Bob Morrison, athIic (iireetor for the National hmh Welfare Board, which has Irked closely with the U.S. pnmittee in raising funds for transportation of the Israeli fm. Other member of the U.S. Immittee are also expected to *w the Olymoics. Builders of Immortal Memorials for thi Jewish Trade Kcpr.s.nted by Simon Seiden gi m §£ IWlW.Itt MreeS pok /or the 2-Story White Building liurmond Monument Co. MARKERS $35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES •n Sundays Phone 4-3241 Hank Greenberg may turn out to be the general manager of the first major league baseball team to go on a world post-season tour The Cleveland Indians and the Brooklyn Dodgers are contemplating such a jaunt for the fall, and plans have moved a little closer to reality. A joint meeting of officials of both leagues approved "exploring" the possibilities of such a trip. This does not mean that any final OK has been given. But "it's a first step. After the meeting, Greenberg said: "There's a tremendous lot of work to be done in the next month. We're announcing this now because we want everybody to know what we're 100 New Members Join Academy As Drive Progresses At a membership breakfast of the Hebrew Academy held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Firtel last Sunday, progress reports on the current membership drive were presented. More than 100 new members have joined during the first three weeks of the eampaign, according to Rabbi David Shapiro, chairman of the campaign committee. A statement by spiritual leaders in Greater Miami has endorsed the campaign, urging citizens in the area to affiliate themselves with the Hebrew Academy, and at the same time commending the officials of the trying to do, but it should be Academy for "the superior proborne in mind that we may run, gram of American-Hebrew eduj into difficulties that will make cation which the Hebrew Acadthe trip impossible ." |erry offers and for its outstandAl Rosen only officially came ing contribution to the educat.onto bat once in his first All-Star al and cultural life of our corngame. The Cleveland star didr.'t munity." hit, but managed to draw a walk I Among the Rabbis who eni and later scored ore of the Amerj dorsed the statement were Rabbi ican League's runs on another Max Shapiro, president of the I player's hit. Rabbinical Association of Greater Spiritual leaders join in the Hebrew Academy City-wide Membership Drive by accepting membership cards from Rabbi David Shapiro, chairman of the campaign. From left to right are: Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Academy; Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Rabbi Shapiro and Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Miami: Rabbi Simon April, Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Rabbi Abraham Sachs, Rabbi Morris Skop. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky, Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Rabbi Mayer Abramovitz and Rabbi Alexander S. Gross. Social Group Fun-Frolic The Adult Social Group of the Jewish Community Center's Miami Branch will have a Fun and Frolic Dance Saturday night, July 19th, on the Patio at 4o0 SW !•. % &f% %  A vpni • A A Any building in South Florida that's built of concrete and concrete products from the ground right up... will be free from the hazards of termites, dry rot and fire. Concrete holds construction and up-keep costs down to a minimum. 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PAGE 14 *Je*istHcrMto£_ FRIDAY, IULY 18, m, During The Week ... A %  i see it By LEO MINDLIN RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY The Republican National Convention has come and gone. Bu its practical impact will be felt for a long time /he tale told .that old guard conservatism has been defeared and that more noerai. international-minded leadership will henceforth mold the Part> I policy. lo .stead now stand r„rpect7adedwuraaP^thh grown the sudden £ur?sh1 P P of Ame a r1?an fX Almost every key *£*£ *nr P to the nations "young folk", without whim Mctory in No\em nce to the nation's "young ber could not be assured. %  -..! %  • %  i %  IIMSMI Such Republican courtship underscores the parly ,.new founo sensitivity born of fire successive Presidential *§ %  *. AJeg dogged, old guard phalanx would hare come to its senses much Scon.7 In effect, the Chicago meeting gave rue to a t**"*** revolution, and if. in truth, it U indigenous in nature, then Republicanism must search for a new name. ...... wiIn essence. It had previously spelled out the attitudes ofbig business, minimum government encroachment on social and economic interplav and a sort of world isolationism that ignored the technical advances made in transportation, communication and war methodology. At least theoretically, the Party is a rejtaelj akin to the Democratic outlook, recognizing the needs of a weiiare. internationallv oriented state. The attempt to gain tne support o. independents'and voung Americans is a case in point. \Mtr.uui new, liberal force, such support could hardly oe forthcoming. she ev Hoover arid the defeated aspirant. Senator • '-• But what the Republican Party embraces in their stead proves very little, if at all. its change in heart. Certainly. General Dwight D. Eisenhower is an honorable man and the Party's only candidate of stature who universally commards the respect of American voters. The success of his militaiy career is beyond question, and the faith found in him by Europeans at large can not be equalled. He is responsible for whatever strength is inherent ir. the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, and at his feet must be placed the loss of despair before a blatant Soviet Communism. : it must not E initial phases his tune for that i his r El New York, wresl %  • : the Tail ;on going It is indisputable that Dewey must be regarded as the pc'^er behind Eisenhower's candidacy. His 92-vote bloc e'er? MCUMd :his position. While the Republican's choice is overtly tymbotk of the new. avowed international attitude, the New York Governor is a twice-defeated Presidential aspirant who bitterly (ought the New and Fair Deals in 1944 and 1948. Should Eisenhower Frcve successful in November, Dewey will urcc-bted.y be presented wiih an enviable political plum. His conservative .;--.-...-;; his fawning before industry and his prevalent r.on-interferente orientation must then insvitably gain ascendancy over the Republican seeming re-birth. A strangi Vice Nix n, of incoi • running mat A nial totyj 5 been respoi .. ity :-::. : : %  Nixon ] %  the program 1 v • II :-:. %  • .... little against i terms ol r than in power too long I .aptu.-e his 1 {•yed somewhat BETH DAVID CONGREGATION will hold Fridav evening services at 6:30 p.m. The series of late Friday evening services conducted by lay members is scheduled for 830 p.m.. with a sermonette to be delivered by Mr. Morris Rabinowitz, president of the Men's Club, whose topic will be "Pattern for Success." Saturdav morning services will be at 9 a.m. Mincha will be at 6:30 p.m. • • • BETH EL CONGREGATION -A .;; 11 Y: : lay evening services at 7 p.m. Saturday morning service! are scheduled for 8:30 a.m.. with a da 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 IB. Saturday t >> are scheduled for 8:30 B.m Mincha will be at 645 p n I '.lowed by SI I Ral Moses M • T : : DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE %  6:30 rid Sat i C : A Pon [ The ISRAELITE CENTER s at 6 i S • : • TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM %  • : Florida .'. the Ti Si : %  ndei the Mus• • Office is ily to ... p| %  •. ti : TEMPLE ISRAEL will hold 'Fridav evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus, officiating. • • TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will hold Saturday morning services at 9' ajru With Reverend George Goldberg officiating and discussing The Weekly Portion. • • WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening service! at 6:45. Boy Scouts who are vacationing at Snapper Creek will be special guests at the Saturday morning services at 9 They will participate in the services" which are conducted by Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Junior services will be held at 11. Saturday afternoon services at 6, followed bv Shalos Seudos. The Talis and Tefilin group will meet Sunday morning at 8:30. • • • YOUNG ISRAEL will hold FriUy evening Mincha services at 6:45. Saturday morning services at 9 a.m. Mincha at 6:45. followed by Shalos Seudos. Services at 8 a.m. and 7 p.m. • • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold regular services Saturday morning .it 9 am. with Rev. Rudolf EBnll officiating. Pollack, son of Mr. and Mrs. I.' u Pollack, will be Bar A Kiddush will be givAU< noi by the par.liii'. the Shifrin Unveiling l a monument • • ite BenjaShil Lido Miami Beach, will take Sunday, July 20th, 2 p.m., .' fish St i tion of woodn Pai M Shifrin vi\ %  d by :•: mother Lena, Dr. A H. Shifrin. Mi : Monument Company is in cha I an i nge• %  Friends and n lativi are asked Rippa Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Mrs Marie Rippa, formerly of Miami Beach, will take place Sunday July 20th, 10 a.m., in the Jewfe Section of Woodlawn Park Cem e tery with Rabbi Max Shapiro I officiating. Mrs. Rippa was the wife of the former Manuel Ri ppa Miami pioneer. She left two sons, Henry and Harry Spitzer and a daughter, Mrs. Clare Gordon. Palmer's Miami Monument Company is in charge of arrangements. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. 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FRIDAY. JULY 18, 1952 Jen i st fkriHif fl PAGE 15 Mrs. Volpe Inlrviw Artist Mrs Marie Volpe will interview Maria Kurenko, the Russian soprano, on Saturday evenine July 19tn at 6:30 Pm over Station WKAT. Maria Kurenko will appear on the fourth of the • Pop" Concerts on Sunday, July 20th. ^_______^_^^__ LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 151257 SHIRLEY colIEN. l'laintlffWTHANIEL COHEN, IWendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Xi NATHANIEL COHEN, c o Lewis Cohen, 437 Newport b'treet, Ilrooklyn, New York ^ are required to serve a copy of the Answer to the Hill of ComHI rut UIKW the plaintiffs attorney. .KYMol'R SILVERMAN. :0 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and fill the original In the office of the ( -i,:k of the Circuit Court n or he' August 8. 1952; otherwise, said BUI will be taken as confessed by E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. By R. H. RICE. JR. Devuty Clerk. >-:J — 8/1 .%  i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (5IVEN that i!. %  mili-rsiicned. desiring to engage In ss under the fictitious name of Ml.LAS APARTMENTS', at 1MB \Vesl Avenue, -Miami Beach, FTorida. to register s;ild name With (hi Clerk of the Circuit Court of County, Florida. /a/ CMHKItT'l ORVIETO SILVIA ORVIETO I;I:M:T OEXET. Esgs. for Applicants 7 :•-.'. — I l-l • l Iti i li'l • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW %  E IS HEREBY GIVEN that signed, desiring U> enitfi In — m der the flctfl rne %  : ', \ BYE CHILD "•AUK BERV• 311 Lincoln Roe I, Suite to register said name with k ol the Circuit Ci inty, l% % % % %  id.". MRS PRANCES BRICE %  .'. — S l-N NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW E IS HEREin ol\ EN I I signed, .: der the flcl i GREEN ADVERTISING 1DK 18, Bl I t. 11 Av. Florida, int. mii I name with the Clerk of ;,t Court of Dade County, ., NOTICE TO CREDITORS .I H f,5. OU ^J V JUOOE COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No 21137 B In Re: ESTATE ol CALVIN NAUCISKNI-KLI'. To All Creditors and All Persons Hav!. n f. V"*'" 18 or Deaaaada Against Bald Eatate: ISf*. anrt arh "' >ou. are hereby not tried and required to present anv claims anil demands which you, or either of you. may have against the estate of CALVIN NARC18ENF*ELD deceased 4ate of Dade Count) I orIda. to the Hon. PRANK B. DOWUNO, County Judge of Pale County and die the same in his offlie in the County Courthouse in l"ade Countv, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said ilalms or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforsesaid. or same will be barred. Date July l|. A TV 1JSI. RI'TH I_ NARCI8BNFELD, As Administratrix of the Estate of CALVIN NARCI8ENI ELI I, I ... -,IM 1 KOVNER & MANNHEIMER Attorneys for Administratrix 7/18-25 — 8/l-s LEGAL NOTICE • \i'K l. QREEN, %  le owner .. ttlXON for turner ; %  8,1-1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 151317 MARILYN MEYER, Plaintiff, J"li.\ MEYER. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION T". JOHN MEYER 1771 (Jranil Concourse llronX ">3. New York Yi>u arc required to serve %  copy %  : || answer to the Hill of pla.nt for Divorce on plaintiff's atmil to file tin oi Iglnal anaei in the Office of the Clerk of the Court on or before the 11th August, 1952. otherwise, the u Complaint for Divorce, herefi ed herein, will be taken as ed by you. I'ATED at Miami. Florida, this '•"'!i ';.(> of July, IMS. E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Clrcuil Court By \VM. W. JJTOCKINa, Deputy Clerk MICHAEL M ISENBERQ for Plaintiff I", lilscaync Ituildlng Florida — 8/1-8 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 151347 LEILA GREEN, Plaintiff vs. I RANK EARLE GREEN. I lefcndant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION I-'auk Earle Green o Hotel Marseilles "inl St. and Broadway S'< w York, N. Y. re hereby notified that a Bill Complaint for divorce has been i against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Ans"' r Pleading to the Hill of Coinon the plaintiffs Attorney. s. hllssel, 05 Lincoln Road. Peach. Florida, and file the Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit n or before the 14th day of TO; file c 1*51 If you fall to do so, judgment by default will be taken I you for the relief demanded Bill of Complaint. '"'-N'E AND ORDERED nt Miami. da, this nth day of July. A.D.. E. It. LEATHEItMAN. ci.rk, circuit Court Dole Countv. Florida Wit w STOCKING, Deputy Clark '•IP SClll.lSSKI. for Plaintiff ii Roar! "'I Beach, llorlda '-%  • — 8/1-g NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS „ NAME LAW NOTICEIS HEREBY S1VBN that lerslgned, desiring to engage In Businessi under the fictitious name of -i ,E A l,ER,s ASSOCIATES £-, S* 00 • w I5,h Street. Miami. J-'orlda. Intend to register the said pain,, with the aerk of the Circuit pourt of Dade County, Florida. PATRICK G. GIBB SIDNEY A. CHAPLIN n ii ., Owners 11-18-IS — g/i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 151294 ADA CASTEL1.KTTI. Plaintiff. vs. ALEXANDER CASTELLETTI. Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ALEXANDER CASTELLETTI 149 De Kalb Avenue Brooklyn. New York You are required to serve a copy of your Anawei to the Hill of Complaint for Divorce on Plaintiffs Attorney and to file the original Answer In the office of the CJers Circuit Court on or before the Mh oaj ,f August. IMS; otherwi Hill of Complaint for Divorce heretofore filed herein will be taken .. !• teed by you. i tad ..t Miami, Florida, this Sun day of July. A D IV.' B. B. LEATHERHAN, Clerk of th) Cll I I By: \N :i u STOCKING %  Name and of tiff i \ %  ti Nil'.MAN R LY( 8 ling Miami • : NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that by virtue of Chapter .!> of Honda Statutes Annotated 119411. Warehousemen and Warehouse Receipts. AHA MOVING AND STORAGE en. mc.. a Florida corporation, by virtue of Its —leluwei has In its possession the following described personal pro; • HOUSEHOLD QOODS AND PERSONAL EFFECTS as the property of OraoSS i". L Edwards, last known address 129 N W •.1st Btree*. Miami. Dade Countv. Fla.; that on the 28th day of Julv. %  luring the legal hours of sale, mainlv between 11:00 forenoon and 1:04 la the afternoon, at the front door of ABA MOVING AND STORAGE CO.. INC. 14*1 H. W. 3rd Street. Miami, Florida, the undersigned shall offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash In hand, the above described household goods and personal effects as the property of Oracle F L. Edwards, last known address Miami, I>ade County. Fia. DATED at Miami. Florida, this the Sth day of July. 1>SI. 7,11-18 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OtVEN that tiie undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fi.-titious name of STRATOSPHERE APARTMENT HOTEL, at MM Collins Avenue. Surfside, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. SAMCEI. RICH* HARRIET CH1SED PEARL SCHECHTER MYERS. HKIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants 6 27 — 7 4-11-18 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 151265 RITA KOHLER, l laintiff vs. NATHAN KOHLER, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE To: Nathan KohU-r. c o Israel Kohler. MM Easl L'lth Street, Hrooklyn, N,\v York. You are herein notified thai a BUI of Complaint lor Divorce nag been filed against yon, and yojj are required to serve a copy of \ our Answer or Pleading to the BUI of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorneys, KOVNER A: MANNHEIMBR, ISO Lincoln Road, Miami Hea.h. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or hefore the 4th day of August, IMS, If you fall to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Hill ol Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLoRIDIAN. AND ORDERED at Miami, this Sth day of July. A.D. DONE Hoi Ida, INI E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. I lade i %  lint). Plori la. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H RICE. JR.. Deputy CU IK KOVNER MANNHKIMER Attorneys for Plaintiff U'n Lincoln Road Miami n.ach. Fla. 7 lk-18-SB — s l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to tngag< In business under the fictitious name ol REITER'S KNOTTY PINE PRUIT SHIPPERS, at 6tli'i Blscayne Blvd. Miami, 1 .on.la. intend to register %  aid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Curt of Dad, County. Florida. SAMUEL REITER and HILDA R. REITER Owners MARX M. FABF.R Attorney for Applicants 111 Congress Bldg. 774-U-lf-SS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 151102 EVA BHKOLER, Plaintiff vs. DAVID BHKOLER, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: DAVID SHKoLKK 1074 Eastern Parkway Brooklyn, New York. YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you In the above entitled cause and you are hereby requited to serve a copy ol your Answer to the Hill ol I plaint on the Plaintiffs and file the original in the office ol the cicrk ..f the Circuit Court before th< 10th day of July. IMS. r,ni t,. do so. judgment by default in be taion %  ;' '••' ,,,,. %  %  ,,r demanded In the B4II 01 a rSatod n a't Miami. Flo.icla. this SOth • Toll notice shall be published once each week tor four KTSKrusV' „ THE JEWISH ^M^UMAV^ Deputy Clerk PALLOT, SILVER MULLOY Attorneys for Plslntlff 804 Ingraham Building Miami. Florida. 7/4-11-11-25 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No 24222 B In Re: ESTATE OF EDWARD LIPPMAN. I>eccased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All I'reditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You. and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of you, may have agaioet the estate of EDWARD LIPPMAN. deceased late of Miami Beach, Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in their office in the County Courthouse :n Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof Bald claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and preei id. or same will he barred. Bee n ISO of the 1P33 Probate Act. •d June IS. AD. cr.-Mi: LIPPMAN, As Administratrix of the Estate Of EDWARD LIPPMAN, %  LSI I. IRVING CYPEN v Administratrix i :: — : i-ii-is IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 20074-A In Re: ESTATE OF ISABEL JACOBSON, IVeceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You. and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of you. may have against the estate of ISABEL JACOBSON. deceased late of Dade County, Florida. to the Hon. W. F. BLANToN and HUNK B BOWLING, County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In his office in the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within e-.ght calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be. sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be Iwrred. See Section 1*0 of the 193S Probate Act. Date June 27th. A D. 1H.".:' s HARRY JACOBSON. As Executor of the Last Will and Testament of ISABEL JACOBSON, Deceased. HARRY ZCKERNICK. ESQ. Attorney for Executor 420 Lincoln Road Miami Be.n h. Florida 7/4-11-11 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No 28354. B In Re: ESTATE OF BENJAMIN FRANK. D •sed To All Credll i Havla Against Estate: fou, and each of hereby notified end reo ed I tent any clalme and demands which you, or either of urn. may have estate •: BENJAMIN FRANK, deceased late ol Dad* Countjr, Florida. to the Honorable County Judgei of Co inty, .njd file the same In his office in the Count) Courthouse in Dado County, l i within eight r months from the due of the first publication hereof, said clalme or demands to i ontaln the legal aildress of the claimant and to be iworn to and presented a..foresald, or game will be barred SARAH PRANK, Ai Executrix of the Last WUI and Testament of BENJAMIN FRANK. i >, ceased. HILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Executrix 7 I-11-1S-S5 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 28158-B In Re: ESTATE OF PAUL EI.I.IoTT CII.I.ER I %  %  .isI • NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors anil All !'• 111 Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are I.. • ly notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of you, may have against the estate of PAUL ELLIOTT lilLLER deceased late of Dade county. Florida, to th. lb ii. W. F. BLANTON I FRANK B. DOWUNQ, County Judges of Dade County, and file the same m h in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Honda, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be batted. See Section 120 of the 1!"33 Probate Act. Lhile .Tune 2">. A.D. 195S. PEN lilLLER, As Administrator of the Estate of PAIL ELLIOTT CILLER. Deceased. MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attornevs for Administrator 7 4-11-18-23 IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 24543 RE; ESTATE OP BIDNEY SCHWARTZ. also known as SIDNEY II. SCHWARTZ Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE KOTICE Ii herebj given that I have filed mv final report and petition for final Discharge as Administratrix of i f SIDNEY BCHtt \ISTZ. also known as Bldnej II scnu \I;IV. .1. and that on the 2.'ith day ,.i Jury, IWS, 1 win apply to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County. viorid.i. for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administratrix of the Estate Of SIDNEY SCHWARTl. also known as SIDNEY M SCHWARTZ, deceased. This 18th day of June. 1 % %  : ..'. ,'s/ MARLINE SCHWARTZ, Marlcne Schwartz, Administratrix of the State of SIDNEY SCHWARTZ, also known as SIDNEY M SCHWARTZ. Deceased MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attornevs for Administratrix •7*7 — 7/4-1I-1S -a. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 150894 HARRY STEIN, Plaintiff. vs. JULIA STEIN. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JULIA STEIN CO 1. Rubin l.'i.'.o Grand Concourse Bronx. New ^ ork You. Jl'LlA STEIN, are herebynotified that a Bill of Co n sol s In l Divorce has been filed against and you are required to serve a of vour Answer or Pleading to the BUI of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, OEOROE J. TAIOANOPF. 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. F Ida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk if the Circuit Court on or be for, 21st day of July. 1>52. If you fad t.> do so, judgment J>>" default taken against you for the relief demanded in the BUI of Complain: This notice shall he published once each m*eek for four c o n se cu tive in THE JEWISH FI.OR1DIAN DONE AND I IRDERBD at II Florida, this 20th day of June. A.D. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court Seall By RH. RICE. Ji:. IWputv Clerk OEOROE J. TAI.1ANOFF Attorney for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida 27 — 7 4-11-1S NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 28072 In Re: ESTATE OP IRVINO <: KOBLET, To All Creditors and All Personi Having Clal l emandi Against s.inl Estate: You. and e.uh of you, : %  hereby notified and i eojulred to pi claims and la which either of you. ma) hai • gainst I of IRVING c, Ki >BLEY, d< -. I i ti of Da di C • • F Honorabli i md file thi n the County ( of the ........ or di manda %  oni dress of thi to and presented ss .i: : %  sa id, or ed Date •< %  MIRIAM KOBLEY, As Exi cutrlx of the Last Will ;' "d T. stamen! of IRVING '1. KOBLET, Decei ed Mil.ToN A FRIEDMAN Atti ne> for Executrix 7 1-11-18-23 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 2S17-B RE: ESTATE OF WILLARD S SCOTT. Doe. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO VAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is herebj given that I filed mi final report and petit for Kmal Discharge as Admlnlsi the estate Ol WILL Mil' S SC i T. I and that on the Sth 152, will apply to th. i orabli l RANK B I" iWLINO, C Judge of Dade County, Florida oval of sad final report ••• for fli al .! ii hai ge as Admlnlsi I WILLARD b .-' sed Ith day of July, I MARVIN E Si • Admlnieti stot HARRT ZCKERNICK, ESQ. \• for Administrator 120 Lit Mian i ll< ah, 1 la — I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 151135 EVELYN WHITE, Plaintiff, vs. JOHN D. WHITE. Defendant TO: JOHN D. WHITE 136 Oonnley Avenue Roosevelt, Long Island New York. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION You, JOHN D. WHITE, are hereby notified that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are re-|iiired to ser\c a cony of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. HENRY NISSEN ItA I 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 day of August. II&S. If you fail to do so. judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill Of Complaint. Dated this 2nd day of July, 1932. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade Counti. Florida By JOHN WEST. Deputy Clerk HENRY NrsSE.NBAI.M Attorney for Plaintiff. lull STii "E %  ini ebj given thai i mj final %  h ui.il I 'i>. h ci;.Ada the Estate of APE BIALOLENKI. and tli.it 1 will on th da) nl August, ISSS, spplj I ol the above -'• %  %  i • of I'ade County, Florida, for approi .: if eaM final 11 po I t Hnal dlst barge as Altai as afoi esald. Tin* 2nd day of July, 1* DORA BIALOLENKI, as Administratrix of the Esl te of Alii: BIALOLENKI, l v NORMAN i: I.YONS. Attorney for aaW Estate 7 1-1--23 — 8/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious n.i ol SHERIDAN BARBER SHOP, at I'l Sheridan Avenue, Miami Bea tends to registei laid name With the Clerk of the Circuit Court Of D County, Florida LEON Sole HARRY B SMITH I %  or Applicant ISO Lincoln Road 7 i-ll-18-23 J HUNTER i r n> r NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OP/EN I it the undersigned, desit ing to engage .ti business under the ficlitioiis na of UNCLE Mil. TV s COCKTAIL LOUNGE, at 4301 Collins Ave., intends to register said name with tile Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad* County. Florida. !" .,.,.,. MILTON BACKETT HARRT B SMITH Attorney for Applicant 420 Lincoln Rd. 6 27 — 7/4-11-18 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Th Jewish Floridlan solicits Tour legal notice*. W• apprsckst* JOUI patronage and guarantee oxx ur ate ••rrloe at legal ratee. Phone 2-1141 las mosaenger gervice. SEITLIN & COMPANY PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL: COVERAGES PHONE 9-3836 I ^^G03?^ '• N. t. Srd T. MIAMI 31 .FLA.



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Miami, Fla
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Full Text
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
LUME 25Number 29
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JULY 18, 1952
PRICE: TEN CENTS
tawdv IMsensses Israel Plank
I WASHINGTON (JTA) Benjamin 0. Browdy, former presi-
,,1 tin- Zionist Organization of America and delegate to the
ocratic National Convention has declared that he will propose to
[platform committee the inclusion of a plar.k in the Democratic
Win demanding the re-call of the McCarran Immigration Law
th was adopted over President Truman's veto and which was
factenzed by many Jewish and liberal organizations as "racial
iiaracter and un-American in intent,"
ii;nl* Federations Council
[NEW YORK (JTA) The American Jewish Committee this
L to"k issue with the Council of Jewish Federations and Wei- i publican Party platform was bas-
Republicans Take
Plank On Israel
CHICAGO (JTA) The Re-
publican National Convention
last week pledged itself to main-
t'iin a "friendly interest" in Is-
rael ard to help to bring about
peace between Israel and the
Arab countries.
The plank on Israel adopted by
the convention as part of the Re-
, Funds over the letter's report on evaluative studies of the work
Jewish organizations engaged in fighting for civil rights which
made public recently. The A.J.C. termed the report "incom-
" ard "inacurrate" In a letter addressed to the C.J.F.W.F.,
[john Slawson, executive vice president of the American Jewish
Smittee, charged the Council with attempting "to create a band-
Jon p-yihology" by employing "the steamroller technique." He
td that 'the use of such technique is dangerous to the entire
of Jewish community relations."
Eliezer Kaplan
Dies Suddenly
JERUSALEM (JTA) Eliezer Kaplan, Israel's Deputy Premier
who recently resigned his post as Minister of Finance because of ill '
health, died Sunday in Genoa. He was on his way to Switzerland
where he intended taking a three-month rest,
ed on a text presented to the Mr- KaPlan was 61 years old. He came to Palestine in 1923
platform committee bv ReDub- I Irom Russia where he graduated as a civil engineer. Born in Minsk,
lican Congressman Jacob K. Jav-
its and modified by the commit-
tee. The original text was fav-
ored by the American Zionist
Council, which represents all the
Zionist groups in the United
States. The text reads:
"The Republican Party has con-
sistently advocated a national
homeland for t'.ie Jewish people
since a Republican Congress de-
clared in support of that objec-
tive 30 years ago. In providing
a sanctuary for Jewish people
ilain Irged To Act On Blockade
LONDON (JTA) Labor and Conservative M.P.'s this week
ed the question of Egypt's anti-Israel blockade of the Suez Canal
Conri.ons and demanded that the British Government take im-
liate action to force Egypt to open the canal to international
Ific. Replying to Laborite Barnett Janner and Conservative Fitz- rendered homeless by persecu-
Maelcan. Foreign Undersecretary Anthony Nutting asked the I tion the State of Israel appeals
se r.ot to press for immediate action because the Suez Canal I to our deepest humanitarian in-
le had wider ramifications than the Egyptian-Israel or Egyptian-
(tish disputes. He said that the issue involved world-wide inter-
land that the British Government would do everything possible
insure that British interests and international law would be up-
Inspeet Israel Positions
JERUSALEM (JTA) United Nations truce supervisor Gen.
Iliam E. Riley announced that he visited Mt. Scopus, held by
Beh fences. Tuesday, to inspect the installations there. He told
Irtss conference here that he would not be accompanied by Jor-
p representatives. In the course of questioning by r.ewspaper-
p. it was learned that Gen. Riley had urged both parties to re-
bblish the special commission on Jerusalem and the Holy Places
provided for in the Israel-Jordan armistice pact.
Outlaw National Socialist Ideals
BONN (JTA) The Federal Government has concluded the
r:t of a law providing changes in the German criminal statute,
lludin one amendment which orders the "extermination" of
["National Socialist ideals."

|o Check Anti-Semitic Groups
1 NEW YORK (JTA)- The New York Times reported from
p.eran that the Jewish Cultural and Social Association of Iran
addressed a petition to Premier Mohammed Mossadegh asking
to put a stop to the anti-Semitic agitation of semi-Fascist or-
izations in the country. The Jews in Iran have a Deputy in
Hiament and full equality with other Iranian subjects under the
ptitution and the laws of the land.

'minar On Racial Tensions
CHICAGO (JTA) A seminar for the study of the role of the
lice in handling racial tension in this country began Tuesday at
f University of Chicago. Sessions will continue through July
pi Fifty police chiefs and other peace officers from many parts
I the nation will discuss the basic legal, social and psychological
ftors that shape the role of local authorities in racial conflicts.
?
iracl llclegation To tio To Moscow
JERI'SALEM (JTA) An Israeli commercial delegation will
|ve s i in for Moscow to negotiate a trade agreement, it was re-
fted hereby Shmuel Eliashiv, Israel Minister to Moscow, prior
I his return to his post after a leave in Israel.

[fusion Shifts To Dead Sea Region
I LONDON (JTA) The area of tension between Israeli and
?dan forces has shifted to the region between the Dead Sea and
f Gulf ol Akaba where the Israel Army is row holding maneuvers
[lull view of the Jordan frontier posts, the London Daily Express

troder, Founder Of Council, Read
CINCINNATI (JTA) Messages of sympathy from leaders of
PJor Jewish organizations throughout the country were received
mR the weekend by the family of William J. Shroder, found*"1"
I iir-t president of the Council of Jewish Federations and Wel-
P Funds, who died here on Friday, aged 75.
*
nnivcrsary Of Herzl's Death
JERUSALEM (JTA) The fortieth anniversary of the death
l"r. Theodor Herzl, founder of political Zionism, was marked here
Ftey with ceremonies at his grave attended by Israel cabinet
inisters, members of the Jewish Agency and veteran Zionists.
f lsraiil Army unit presented arms at Dr. Herzl's tomb.
I
foodman Named ZOA Chairman
.NEW YORK (JTA) Abraham Goodman, national Z.O.A.vice
'"it who has figured prominently in the organizations affairs
^ a period of many years, has been named chairman of the Z.O.A.
iw <~mmittee- il ** announced by Rabbi Irving Miller, presi-
P of the Zionist Organization of America.
""man To Fight For CM Rights
WASHINGTON (JTA) President Truman this week assured
elation representing the Leadership Conference
stincts and arouses our strong
commendation.
"We shall continue our friend-
ly interest in this constructive
and inspiring undertaking. We
shall put our influence at the
seivice of the peace between Is-
rael and the Arab states and we
shall cooperate to bring econom-
ic and social stability to that
area."
he' received his general educa-
tion, including college training,
in Moscow. For many years pri-
or to the establishment of Israel,
he was treasurer of the Jewish
Agency. He was one of the ac-
Eliezar Kaplan
Israel To Set Up Central Government
Authority To Implement Reparations
THE HAGUE (JTA) A cen-
tral government authority will
be set up by Israel and entrusted
with the task of practical imple-
mentation of the agreements
reached in the reparations dis-
cussions.now beirg held here, the
Germans delegation to the talks
was informed by the Israel dele-
gation.
It was pointed out that this
stt-up will eliminate all private
NEW YORK (JTA) The
negotiations between the West
German Government and the
Conference on Jewish Mater-
ial Claims Against Germany
re heading toward a satisfac-
tory conclusion, it was reported
here by Jacob Blaustein, presi-
dent of the American Jewish
Committee, and Dr. Israel
Goldstein, president of the
American Jewish Congress, up-
on their return to the United
States today from Europe. Both
are members of the Conference
presidium.
"Understanding between
Western Germanv and the Gov-
ernment of Israel has now been
substantially reached and ne-
gotiations between Western
Germany and the Conference
on Jewish Material Claims
Against Germany are in their
final stages." Mr. Blaustein
said. "The written treaties cov-
ering these urderstandings are
now being drafted. The basic
understandings as to amounts,
methods of payments and guar-
antees on the part of Germany
are being arrived at after long
negotiations, which, among oth-
er things, required the members
of the Conference presidium to
go to Europe trree times since
February of this year.
Mourn Kaplan's Death
Leaders of American Jewish
organizations issued statements
mourning the sudden death of
Eliezer Kaplan and emphasizing
that he was an inspiration to
others in Israel's battle for econ-
omic independence.
tive leaders of the Histadrut'-. .ind
for many years a member of the
Tel Aviv Municipal Council.
The news of his sudden death
reached Premier Ben Gurion'; of-
fice early Sunday. A spec-
ial meeting of the Cabinet was
convened immediately at which
the Premier eulogized the late
minister.
The news of Mr. Kaplar.'s sud-
den death stunned the people all '
over the country. Government
institutions lowered the national
flag at half mast. The Israel
Parliament held a special me-
morial meeting that was address-
ed by Joseph Sprir.zak, Speaker
of the House and Deputy Presi-
dent of Israel. A special mrrror-
ial session was held by the Hista-
drut executive.
Foreign Ifiristi**' Mosh<> Sb^r-
ett, who was in Paris when the
news of Mr. Kaplan's death broke
and who rushed to Genoa im-
mediately, accompanied the body
to Tel Aviv. On the same plane
were Mrs. Kaplan and their two
daughters, all of whom were en
route to Switzerland for a va-
cation when the Deputy Pre-
mier collapsed.
The special plane bearirg the
body landed at Lydda airport
Monday. The funeral was held iri
Jerusalem Tuesday.
The plane was nicked up far
over the Mediterranean Sea by
an escort of four Air Force fight-
er planes. Waiting on the ground
were Premier David Ben Gur-
jion. Acting President Joseph
Sprinzak, Army Chief of Staff
i Gen. Yigal Yadin, members of
the Cabinet and Knesset, ard
hundreds of other leaders of Is-
rael's political, economic and so-
cial life.
The Premier and Minister of
Trade Dov Joseph entered the
plane to pay their respects to
[del
jits that he will carry
on
non
^SrSmST fiiht for hi. civil
Program by the Democratic National Convention.
S500.000.000. At any rate, Dr.
Boehm has stated that the Ger-
man offer would be made this
week.
Dr. Heinz Von Treutschler,
against whom charges of Nazi
Party membership have been lev-
elled by the Frankfurter Rund-
schau, will continue as a member
of the German delegation. Dr.
Boehm reported. Dr. Von Treut-
schler^ position was strength-
ened by a statement by the Ger-
man Social Democratic Party
j;,mH,,0i transactions in denying that Dr. Von Treutschler
and ltitn S the eoods to o" had been an important Nazi and
connection witn tne gooas w ue _,_,._, ,u, tv, <,;.; Mrt
provided by Germany. The cen-
tral authority will, no doubt, set
un a purchasing commission in
.*-%- ....II ....n..|t- ()f
ard set relative values.
It was reported today that def-
inite strides had been made by
the sub-committee on goods and
that substantial sections of that
unit's work had been completed.
There is a tentative agreement
on categories and quantities of
goods, and the sub-committee is
ready to go into the question of
a delivery schedule.
There are two basic categories
of goods which have been drawn
up: the first consists of goods
needed for the development of
industry and agriculture, such as
machinery. The second consists
of durable consumer goods, such
as prefabricated houses, chemic-
als and pharmaceuticals which
can go to Israel in place of cur-
rent imports and thus save Is-
rael's supply of foreign currency.
As drawn up now, the list of
development goods is much lar-
ger than the list of consumer
goods.
Global Jewish Claims
After an informal meeting here
between the heads of the dele-
gations of the Conference on
Jewish Material Claims and West
Germany, Moses A. Levitt and
Professor Franz Boehm, it was
announced that a plenary session
of the two groups would be held, i their friend and colleague, then
It is expected that the Germans eight Army majors carried the
will then give their answer to coffin down from the plane ar.d
the Conference's global claims of placed it on a special truck. De-
many which will consist
experts will make the actual
selections of goods and will set
the exact prices. It was explain-
ed that the delegation participat-
ing in the talks here can only
decide the category of goods
which will be provided in pay-
ment of the reparations claims
stating that the opposition party
could see no reason for barring
him from the reparations nego-
tiations.
Purchase Supplies
Meanwhile, the Jewish Agency
office in Munich has been grant-
ed permission to purchase in
Germany 20,000,000 deutsche-
marks worth of goods for Israel
annually, the German Chamber
tachments of the Army, Navy,
Air Force and police presentod
arms as the coffin was brought
from the plane and placed at
rest on the truck and a wreath
from Premier Alcide de Gasperi
of Italy was laid on top. Then
the truck began its slow three-
mile trip to Tel Aviv along a
road lined with thousands upon
thousands of immigrants whose
arrival in this country was in
part made possible by Mr. Kap-
lan's stringent fiscal policies.
Body Lays in State
In the city itself thousands more
stood silently in the streets and
watched the coffin make its way
to the Histadrut headquarters
where the procession halted for
a few minutes. Then it proceed-
ed to Jerusalem where the Pre-
mier and few former colleagues
had chosen a burial plot in the
Mt. Herzl cemetery. The remains
lay in state in the Premier's of-
fice in Jerusalem where it was
of Commerce announced today.' guarded by a special honor guard.-


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___FRIDAY. JULY
Our UN Newsletter
Bv ARTHUR LEWIS
(Copyright. 1952." Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.'
UNITED NATIONS There is a] organization where mtei na-
nothing new in the movement of I totalization has a certain mys-
the Israeli Foreign Ministry from Ijjggj appeal for do-gooders and
Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, although ,,,.. cynical
the Svrians would appear to be i ,
under that impression, judging land lazy diplomats. It was from the indignant note which nounced by the Israeli uovern-
thcy have sent to the United Na- :rt.r.t. at the time it was deb
tions. It is merely part of the .hitely unreal-
transfer of the government which '.*,,,. anf) .
was decided more than two years itta and mn.......I. and. p
ago. and announced then. :.:.: at
As the Israel, delegation here n .1 been put into effect is be
points out. the Foreign Ministry cause it is ; -hat.
would naturally be the last to Aside from recruiting a special
move as accommodation has to in) I rial civil service for this
te found not onlv for its offices "internationalized" city, there is
but for the various legations and the problem of where Jerusalem.
diplomatic missions attached to i city of 125.000 people, would
it. The delay has been due to get its services and supplies
housing and'nothing else. Som< I its water comes
The Syrian note assents that Tel Aviv, and presumably its
the mov. the ministry is food comes from the surrounding
"a defiance of the authority of country-side but both thesi ar-
the United Nations" which, de- eas would be outside the "int.:
d on the internationalization nationalized" city,
of J -- W Ti-, Allies found out how diffi-
; ratic tr.orou sts cu;. v run Berlin as
all th res Iuti< ns cjty; 3nd ac-
: transfer has violated tuanv thi Bril Frei and
Unl i.i ist be ad- -. ... had feed
nutted that the lmt< I P atioi tors from Western Gei It
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The guests speaker will be Leon-
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be 'Gold Discovery in Dade
[County." Dancing and
ments will conclude the evt -
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Dr. Streitfeld Joins
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Dr. Murray M. Stn itf< I |, doc-
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Svei radio station WFEC. Also
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Kre.morning Walk of My Moth-
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of' the St. Louis Symphony Or-
a, and the "You Ask and
v. a, ," feature.
Mrs. Selevan Passes
Mrs Lena Selevan, 64. of 1834
Meridian Avenue. Miami Beach,
I away Saturday night in a
local hospital. She leaves her
five sons. Ted. Bernard. Dr. Sol,
Arthur and Ira: also a daughter,
Mrs Svlvia Benn. all of Miami
Services were held at
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7/ Say...
I this issue, the column closes. Several tasks I
Edertaken demand completion. Continuing these
[would interfere. Not that the actual writing
in much time or effort. It is rather the weekly
Ron to a different topic that distracts from any
task-
is a leave of absence, rather than a permanent
h i hope. After awhile, I intend to return writ-
fclumn, perhaps under other auspices, and with
Ft subject matter.
L writings have given me much personal satis-
[ They have preserved impressions of extensive
Jthat would otherwise be forgotten. I tried to
Ifrom oblivion some of the early history of the
I Jewish community. My comments on institu-
Ind organizations, on movements and persons
lometimes been termed caustic. Personally I
hat criticism serves a useful purpose. Complac-
iould be condemned, smugness castigated, cant
td. pretense punctured, honesty in public af-
ressed. If people were offended, I regret the
Cy that required plain language. Whenever pos-
[refrain from hurting any one.
staff of the Jewish Floridian has always been
Hive. For more than four years my relations
he Publisher, Fred K. Shochet have been ex-
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PAGE 3
The Final Number Of This Column
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
in chapters most of the travel record, and expect the
book to reach publication in the near future.
I find the choice of a title not a simple matter. It
should suggest the subject matter. A name ought to
express impressions of a sojourn in the U.S.A. and
Canada, in Mexico, Cuba, Haiti, Jamaica, Barbados,
Trinidad, Brazil. It should reflect the feel of Zanzabar,
Mombassa, Madegascar, Swaziland, Zululand, East Af-
rica, St. Helena, and the Union of South Africa. I en-
countered the mysterious East in Ceylon and India. I
thrilled to the creative joy of a new life in Israel. An
indelible mark is left by the ripe cultures, the arts, and
architecture of England, Ireland, Scotland, Norway,
Sweden, Denmark, Holland, Belgium, Germany, France,
Spain, Italy, Switzerland, and Greece.
For the forthcoming book, I would welcome a name
that might reflect roaming through those lands. So
far,- the only titles suggested are Under Strange Skies
and Place* and People. Neither quite hits the mark.
I will therefore appeal to my readers for assistance. I
shall gladly give a $50 Bond of Israel for a suitable
title. The contest is open until October 1st of this year.
Every one is eligible. The person whose title is used
shall receive the $50 Bond or its equivalent in cash.
Please write to me at 5925 North Bayshore Drive, Mi-
ami, Florida, or in care of the Jewish Floridian.
VALE and SHALOM.
cellent. We part the best of friends. He gave me
carte blanche, and concealed his irritation at statements
that were annoying or did not meet his approval. He
alone had to bear the brunt of anger or recrimination.
It was also gratifying to receive correspondence
from various parts of the U.S.A. and Canada. These
letters, some adulatory, others hostile, would indicate
that my articles were reprinted in various weeklies of
the Anglo-Jewish Press, such as: The Jewish Advo-
cate of Boston, The Jewish Post of Winnipeg, The
American Jewish World of Minneapolis, The California
Jewish Voice of Los Angeles, the Jewish Forum of
New York, The National Jewish Post of Indianapolis,
The Southern Israelite of Atlanta, The Jewish Times of
Baltimore, The Jewish Criterion of Pittsburgh, The In-
ter-Mountain News of Denver, and other publications
which I do not at this moment recall.
But most pleasing were responses in the Greater
Miami locality. Telephone calls would often bring the
reactions of friends or the chagrin of the displeased.
The casual introduction to a stranger might recall some
incident or statement mentioned in a long forgotten
article. Friends became more and more insistent that
much of the material should be incorporated in perm-
anent form. I am, therefore, arranging and classifying
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Tickets to the Martha Ray
showing of "Annie Get Your
Gun" will be included in thirty
prizes to be given to guests of
Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith
"Splash-Dance" Swim Party,
which will be staged Saturday,
8:30 p.m., July 19th, at the Flor-
idian Hotel pool and patio, Mi-
ami Beach.
Originally planned for last
week, the affair was postponed
for the 19th due to inclement
weather.
Co-chairmen Larry Niditch and
Jerry Spolter have announced
there will be entertainment and
swimming contests open to the
public.
Civic organizations are invited
to attend. The B'nai B'rith Serv-
ice Fund will receive the pro-
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Obituaries
ARNOLD a KLEIN
1906 Venetian Way. pawed away Sun-
(i.iv at home. Service* were held
Wednesday at Riverside Memorial
Chapel, Miami llcach. Survivors la-
elude his wife. Sylvia: his mother,
Mrs. Amelia Klein; and two sisters.
Mi. Klein was president of the luuis-
shaw photographic supplies store, .
:::;'.i l'.iscayne Blvd.
ZILLA KOEMAN
(!4. of 1414 S\V .Mh Street, passed away ,
suddenly July 13th. A resident for
Hi., past 4 months, she came here
from New York. Survivors Include
a son, James Korman of Chicago.
Services were held Tuesday in the
Chapel of the tlordoii Funeral ROOM
Miss HARRIET sii.vi-.itsTiNi:
l.nl Normandy Drive, passed away
this Week. Services were conducted
at the Miami Beach Rlvemde.
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FRIDAY, JULY i8i,
EDITORIAL
Kliozor Kaplan
The death of Eliezer Kaplan at the age of 61
zzhs the young state of Isxae! of one of its three
leading statesmen who were at the helm and
erected the affairs ot the Jewish republic from
the dev of its birth four years ego until now.
Together with Preside:.: Weizmann and Premier
ben Gurion, Finance Minister Kaplan nourished
the infant country-, attended to its economic
health. When his own health cave way and he
v. as farced to resign as Finance Minister, Kaplan
v.as r.arr.ei Deputy Prime Minister.
It was not an easy task that Kcpia:: assumed.
:.-.at of directing Isrcel s flnanres. In a smell
poor country that was receiving ar. vr.preceri-r-.--
ed number oi immigrants he had to turn th
ited crr.cur.t cf purl:: monies available "> the
best possible uses. I: was. in a way, b
burden that Eliezer Kaplan assumed a burden
that eventucliy affected h.s health and lei to
hil dea:n at an ace v/hen many s:a:e=men are
01 the r.e:cht :: :he:: rzwer and usefulness.
Eliezer Kapler, will :i=c he- rerr.err.'cerez arate-
:_lly by the Jewish pecple ::: h.s work c; -reas-
urer of the Jewish Agency before the bir;h c: the
Jewish republic. As such :: -.veil :z him :c -11c-
ca:e the funds contributed by world Jewry for
Palestine cclcnizancr. a job he per::rmed w;:h
erect skill.
Though as Fir.ar.re Minister cf Israel Kaplan
was o.ten cr.'.irized :rr the thir.es he did or left
--.cone, even his critics will now in retrosoert
crl-mowledge that his service to the Jewish state
was cf irnmeasureable value. Eliezer Kaplan's
memory ..11 long be cherished as one of Is-
rael s pioneer statesmen.
Center Day Camps
Enroll Children For
Second Period
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I'll Sav
Together with our readers, we regret tQ
in thi* week's issue that our eminent coli J
Harry Simonhoff takes his leave. m*
"I'll Say." the title under which our rev.w
and esteemed steff member each week for*
most five years expressed his opinion, and1*!!
he saw as he observed it, was one of our
standing features.
Simonhoff is an oldtimer in Greater Ml
Remembering our city and Jewish commi2
from their infancy he recorded much fa t
future throuqh his writings. Never one to m
words or sidestep an issue, his courage of2
viction was admirable.
Our columnist for the past several years
endeavored to qather his notes, manuscriots
columns and prepare them for publication 1
traveling, lecturing and columns have taken*
of his time. Now he has decided that he mi
put everything aside and complete this task.
"I'll Say" did much to enhance the colunj
of the Jewish Floridian. Simonhoff's writm
achieved national attention and prominence a
as a result focused attention on our publicatiq
and the community we serve. Our columnist
several offers under consideration which will
his writings syndicated throughout the counta
If these negotiations axe consummated we
feel proud of having sponsored Simonhoff's entn
into the field of journalism.
We are planning many new features for ow
readers in the fall. With these new innovata
we look forward to presenting once aaain as
weekly feature Harry Simonhoff's "I'll Say,
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and the seni
J "; nd the Seven Dv.
.' grouos have
etrated on finder paint
ring, u well a=
i xteling clajr.
Folk dancing among all the
older groups has been developed
u.der the leadership of Miss Dor-
n and Mrs. Esther
f:ilg?- P**** presentations
fcsve become a part of the regu-
" : I amp. with
each group wrftm, it, Q^,^
Hadimah Group
Hold Mioat Ride
Kadimah Chapter of Pioneer
Women of Greater Miami wfl!
?e %JZn ^ r:de "board
pie seven Seas". whio"~ i.iii
leave P:er Ko. 8 a 8 'm Sat
,Uh^L inK 19th- Pr5eds of
tne boat ride will be used for
whirhM0etZOt HapaIot p~i"
which sponsors nurseries for
chiWrea and the rehawStattoS
i;.-a3 ant adults conun*into
Further details concerning the
outing may be obtained bv con
2"* M Fred Sandier. ^S-
\ursery Program
Advises Parents
On Srhool Term

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Fashions Tuesday
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317 C ral Way.
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held t first >
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Hermans Return For
Opening Of Building
Mrs. Harvey Herman and
ter Bonnie have lnterrupt-
d their summer stay at the Os-
I Lake Inn. Hendersonville,
N.C.. to return to Miami to at-
tend tne formal opening of her
hu.-band's new building. The
m Radio Supply Co., 1365
NW 23rd St
Gables Sisterhood Games Party
Lincheon and games
held by the Coral
at I Candle-
' I in C nut Gr ve, on
July 24th. TY.ese
through-
out thi yi the i hairman-
Ri n.
made at
" C( 48 I 173, with Mrs.
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is the recipe for noodles-
RoD out the doujth^f cn^J
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Golden Agers Social
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SW 16th A.-
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Helen Alpert On Air
LSV
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" liscus.
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Parry For Roosevelt Chapter
^uiT^sHr^
c^rLn^Meibe^1. "\
are Invited to attend ^ f"ends
Swim Dance For~
West Miami Center
evening JUv"^ance Saturday
I'na Hotel >7i2hit2Lthe John"
Iflce, at lhe Center of-
Bolivian President Receives
Israeli Minister To Argentina
' PAZ, I JTA
lent Dr. Victor Paz
this weekend receiv-
ed ir Tsui Itrai I Minister to
tor a discussion of re-
...... Bolivia and Is-
olations have
' tied.
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: A I .. vementa.
George Bloomberg Km
Services Held Frido7
On Friday, Julv 11th. fuita
serA-ices for the late Georgt 1
Bloomberg were conducted at I
Gordon Funeral Home, folkr
by interment in Mt. New Ce__
tery. with Rabbi Morris A. Ska,
officiating.
Mr. Bloomberg, who resided
2240 SW 14th Street. Miami, I
| his wife, Bessie; mother Reba
ca; two sons, David M. and Rot
ert L.; two sisters. Mrs. Franfll
Baril and Mrs. Sadie Schecti
of all Miami; also three broths
Sam, of Pittsfi^Ul, Mass.; harr^
of Boston, Mass and Louis,
Miami.
The deceased first came to I
ami in 1926 and settled he
with his family in 1932. He i
a real estate developer and bri
r and also held a law dfgn
He was a former Ju.4ice cf ti
Tcace in Massachu.M tt- A veu
, an of World War 1, Mr. Bloa
berg, was a member of the Fi
1 ida Historical Society, the Grt*
er Miami Apartment House A
soc.ation. the American LegM
a charter member of the Jew
War Veterans. Norman Brosj
Brown Post, and a vie pr.sidr"
of the Downtown Synagogue.
Mr. Bloomberg, who p
away in the Veterans Kcsp.l
as torn in Bust r. H
1830.
f^>crbrno S<*hool
To SS<- l( :ul\ For
Fall SeatMtcr
borne Pr.vate School,
i coi struction at 311
nn'n' C"r"1 Gables.
rs September 8th.
1942. for the fall term. The
SPiS :'1,d b>' arch"
tect Mart.n Hauri and Spector
dnd S the contractors.
fully appointed rrodem class-
'ditonum, l.brarv cafe-
undswith
jregafion of child-
&e"mU age to* wUl b
ular classes will be ran
' (OT pr,,ehool' Slld'
rgr the owner of the Co-
schools in France and England
Inquines concerning nSS.
Flagler-Granada
Plans Open House
Open Hou Julv 20th at the Flagler-Grui
Jewish Community Center, I
NW 51st Place, with Mrs Hanj
Zide actir.g as chairman. An e
ening of games and dancing W
b n planned. Refresl mentt J
be served and the affair is "P*
to all with no charge.
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)AY. JULY 18, 1952
Capitol Spotlight
BY MILTON FRIEDMAN
(Copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
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I CHICAGO The determination of a few men and a reservoir
goodwill established in Washington were responsible for the &achn n j^riSth statinJ
G plank which emerged at the Republican National Conven- "it moSoVu i^isSnSfth
f lr several days at the convention it appeared as if there L52P2^ SmSM*
Citizens Committee
Oppose Publicity Levy
At a meeting held on July 9th,
at the Delano Hotel, the Miami
Bench Citizens Committee unani-
mously passed a resolution that
the organization go on record as
opposing the passage of the one
mill publicity levy to be voted on
by the freeholders of Miami
that:
prop-
funds
should be expended by the City
for publicity purposes; however,
it was felt that the method of
raising these funds as set forth
in the proposed levy is inequit-
able."
Including among the reasons
for opposing the levy were the
t.t be r.u such plank at all, or at best an indifierently-worded
[Before the convention opened a feeling prevailed among mom-
of the platform committee that there should be no specific
Irence to any country, but only a vague statement on aid to the
East in general. There was tremendous opposition to the
i inistration's foreign aid program. The Israel plank issue was
lo-isdcd by anti-Zionist testimony of the American Economic .
fcncil. Hart assailed the Administration foreign policy, saying fact th-t -non-freeholders would
the government had aided Israel and the Soviet Union but had be assessed the additional tax
lilted Spain, which he described as effective anti-Communist through personal property taxes
fctry. He denounced the United Nations Human Rights pro-1 without being permitted to vote
ri and complained that America was on the wrong side in Pal- on the proposal; the election
| should not be held in July when
a large portion of the freehold-
ers are out of the City; and
direct benefits from the tax
wou'd accrue to certain special
interests while the burden would
be distributed among all free-
Sentiment developed among members of the foreign relations
i-committee to write a plank which called for an "objective re-
L" of the Truman policy on Israel, which they believed had
dieted" the Arab world. It was the intention of some to write
I case for the Arabs who had deserted Israel. Into this
, scene stepped I. F. Kenen of the American Zionist Council.
hen effectively testified before the platform sub-committee, ans- holders and owners of personal
ring allegation! of the sort raised against Israel by Hart and the property."
Lazarus Group Party
The Emma Lazarus Group of
B'r.ai B'rith will hold a games
party on Tuesday, July 22nd. 8.30
p.m., at the Sorrento Hotel, Mi-
ami Beach. Members and guests
are invited. Refreshments will
be served. t P1W
ing
[incil for Judaism. Representative Jacob K. Javits testified be-
thi- sub-committee on behalf of the Israel plank which he ex-
Ened would help insure a Near Eastern peace and stability.
When the sub-committee reviewed the first draft of the plank,
Member. Senator Irving M. Ives. of New York, considered the
ement undesirable because of its faint and unenthusiastic word-
i< manded a strong statement commending Israel's refugee
\\ il program. He was joined by Senator Richard M. Nixon,
.. .. former Senator Wayland Brooks of Illinois, and sub-
chairman Senator Eugene Millikan, Colorado. They
the plank before the committee as not clearly definitive
|p P' licar sentiment toward Israel and thought it completely
mequati After a discussion behind closed doors the plank
Brf d
i Israel a "strong commendation" and pledged the party
rcoopriatc" to bring economic and social stability to that area.
baiJ als i th.-t Republican influence would go behind the efforts
jpcac etween Israel and the Arabs. From a convention which
k at first indifferent, or at best lukewarm, this resolution repre-
r rtist victory. It was, however, not as strong as the GOP
kik v. :m,'l. but a different situation prevails today.
The plank gave American Zionists a basis on which they may
and rightfully expect aid for Israel should a Republican Admin-
Jbl i ted. It was an uphill battle, won by the determina-
pi of a staunch friends of Israel who utilized the accomp'ish-
: the state as arguments in favor of the mutual value of the
nt of American-Israel friendship.
Development! at Chicago indicated a strong pro-Zionist senti-
ent on the part of many Republican Congressmen and bore testi-
fy to the health of the Zionist Movement. It also proved that
Republican Party is aware of the accomplishments of Israel
ice its establishment.
Thi plank which was adopted reads: "The Republican Party
I consistently advocated a national homeland for the Jewish peo-
! net a Republican Congress declared in support of that objec-
|e 30 years a'go. In providing a sanctuary for Jewish people ren-
ed homeless by persecution, the State of Israel appeals to our
tpe-t humanitarian instincts and arouses our strong commenda-
''' hall continue our friendly interest in this constructive and
biring undertaking. We shall put our influence at the service
] the peace between Israel and the Arab States and we shall co-
trate to \ ring economic and social stability to that area._______
Maria Kurenko
Is Fourth Soloist
On "Pop" Series
Maria Kurenko, soprano, will |
be presented as soloist on the |
4th of the current "Pop" series j
to be given by the University of '
Miami Summer Symphony Or-!
chestra on Sunday evening, July
20th. 8:30. in the Miami Beach [
Municipal Auditorium.
The artist will include on her
program a song by Arnold Volpe
which was inspired by a poem
"The Burned Letter," by Push-
kin. She will also be heard in
Earnest Charles' "Let A Song
Fill My Heart".
Mme. Kurenko, who conducts
summer Master Classes at the
Julliard School of Music in New
York and at the Conservatory of
Music in Kansas City, has ap-
rieared in the United States and
Europe with major symphony or-
chestras, and in addition to her
jvork as a recording artist, has
appeared as a featured network
artist in both her own programs
on CBS and on other commercial
hours.
The orchestra will be heard
in Tchaikowsky's -Nutcracker
Suite." "In the Silence of the
Night." by Rachmaninoff. "Em-
peror Waltz," Johann Strauss.
"Allelujia," by Mozart, and
Tchaikowsky's "Overture 1812."
John Bitter will conduct.
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idsasah Israeli Group
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|Mis. Harry M. Kaplan, presi-
of the Israeli Group of
wh, announces that a card
)"> will be held every Thurs-
]' on, 1 p.m., at the Sea
" Hotel. 21st Street and Ocean
Ive, liur.ng the summer
piths
Swim Party At Saxon
The Senior Teen-Age Group
of the Flagler-Granada Jewish
Community Center held a swim
party at the Saxon Motel on July
8th. Jerry Mizelle, leader of the
group, accompanied the teen-ag-
ers. I st>#.
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Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copji ~ ""C>
THE COMMUNAL SCENE: I m d*
..... -. rfend itsell I -
;," .
...... -. Ihis still i
rt vicious S ita
crac -
'^
cue resr. cun R Epsl A^
- -< a permanent to "J*
on in tius
the *PL will pn:a:e the situation mon rrectlj --ture
IneUeotallT. from the ADL 'explanations' I note that "The
Troublemakers" was ..- : : organiza-
tioc I wonder whether the compilation w less known
facts acou: anu-Senutisn in book form can be considered the an-
nua] m Anti-D n League There are many
kj : In th United States n bif try ( I to speak
- that in an annual report the ADL should also have in-
dud siuv< ievenw ts in the fi< '-
...... -.....- in TIm rrou lemakers
Slat bigots' views a rtahzed for gener-
DS U COHM

ZIONIST AFFAIRS: ..... between the
Z. pist On ition of A ......nd the Ameri an Lai r Zionist
':..
z. oisi la I in away
.ny ZOA A fon t Z .'- Dr.
Helta Irifted into the ] I I
the ZOA took I gard to helping tl ral Zionists in
[f polici I present to aeli 3 H
in the ZOA U follow
in the Un Stal that its women's rga tion The Pioneer
Women have a larg< .- than i n'j group Th<
?..r. .--.: "A" (0.060 mer. Suffice
' I that thi ..lied 11.400,000 : 0n| .. n's in-
'- : in Is a during :: past vear Like the Hada.--. -
pith
RedCross Tells
Of New Chairman
New chairman of the Dade
erican
Red Cross, Mr* M- 1". *>
unced the app
and Board com-
hairmen
C Boris C munity
Development representative of
wer and Light Co..
ted to the Bard and be-
,an of the Disastei
. ices.
Other appointn-* I :ia'r_
Service committees in-
clude the following members of
the board: C V. W. Trice Jr.,
local realtor, chairman of Home
Service. Maurice Klein. Corn-
mar.': e American Legion
P ,-t No. 85. chairman of
Safety Services: Mrs Allen Mor-
::.-. Junior Red Cross.
Mrs Roger E. Pox was reap-
. pointed chairman of Nursing
Servio Dr. James J. McCorm-
ck, chairman of Blood Procure-
it; Mrs. J. Riley Staats. chair-
man of Service Groups: Mrs.
George E. Batcl Her, chairman
ry Committee for Serv-
Groups. Comdr. William N.
afield was appointed chair-
r Volunteer Recognition:
Mrs H. O. Vance, chairman of
, Public Information.
The Board of Dire I ra
approved the following appoint-
ts as Board Committee chair-
men: Paul Weiss, chapter treas-
airman of Budgit and
Finance: James C. Oliver, chair-
man .of Personnel: Charles F
Helmly. chairman of Nominating
Committee; Comdr. Charles A.
Mills, Military Liaison rcprenta-
Dave Bosworth. Civil De-
fense Liaison representative.
Others are Walter L. Harris,
and all past chairmen. Advisory
Committee to the Board of Di-
rs; Dante Fascell. chairman
of the Resolutions ar.d By-Laws
mittee; William J. Pruitt,
chairman of the annual meeting;
M. Lipton. chairman of
lal report: E. E. S< iler,
rman of Special Events
11 W th Crow, chair:
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Home Auxiliary]
Honor*. Moml '
The Greater Miami Wr,,
Auxiliary to the Jewirh r]
(or the Aged will honor
members at a Coffee on Tue
I July 22nd, 1 p.m.. at the
; borne Hotel. 1801 Collins ,
ue, Miami Beach.
Mrs. Jack Udell, member*
chairman, asks every memSel
' bring a new member. PrizeTr
' be awarded and a names ta
, will complete the afternoon?
Hostesses assisting the del
I man will be Mrs. Sol Silver?
president; Mrs. Kate MeS
| berg, Mrs. Jennie Orovib i
: Maurice Perlman arid Mrs
. dore Cohen. Reservations'.
I be obtained by calling Mrs.IU
1 5-7548.
A. Louis Mechlowilx was elect-
ed president of the North Shore
Jewish Center at a special
election which was called due
to the resignation of the form-
er president. Mr. Melrin Pazol.
Mr. Mechlowitx. a local at-
torney, will serve until Decem-
ber of this year.
Dov Chapter Boat Ride
Dov Chapter, Mizrachi Won
will hold a boat ride Su
July 20th, 4 p.m. All pro-
will go to the oprhan children
Israel. For reservation, pbe
Rose Pertes, president, at 94
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Rabbi Joseph C RockoTsJcy
945 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach
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Personally Speaking .
Mr. and Mrs*. Al LoZito. 45 NE 69th Street, are hosts to
Canadian visitors, including Mrs. LoZiio's father and mother.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Charlton. and her brother and sister-in-law.
Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Chcrlton and daughter. Sandra, all of Tor-
onto. Also visiting the LoZitos are a brother. Mr. Jarr.es LoZ
and daughter. Florence. Mr. and Mrs. I. Hoyt. brother-in-law
and sister of Mr. LoZito. accompanied by their two sons. Peter
and Joe. another sister. Mrs. Cioffc and a friend. Mrs. F. Nave:
jas. all of New York City.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. EUie Berenson. 4520 Alton Road, are leaving
Sunday for California. They plan to spend time in San Fran-
cisco and Los Angeles among other points. They will return
to Miami the latter part of September.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Harold G. Shapiro. 115 Sarto Avenue. Coral
noh Davia Parent Teachers Association recently installed ,, ..... ,r. ,.,, .
Albeit E. Levine as its new president. Standing, left to Gables, announce the birth of their second child. RocheL who,
M are Win. Phil Abrems. recording secretary; Mrs. Ernest i was bom on June 25th. The maternal grandmother ;s Mrs. Lena
tsmar.. outgoing president: Mrs. Levine; and Mrs. Bernard Weintraub; paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Morris
eidell. 1st vice president. Shapiro, all of Miami.
* + *
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin B- Wolff, of 1435 Alton Road. Miami
Beach, announce that their daughter, Sharon, gave birth to twin
boys on June 30th. The parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry A- Pierce, o'.
Petersburg. Va.. named the babies Neil Richard and Reed Nolar..
The couple's other children are Barry Michael. 4 years, and Mark
Louis. 2 years. Mrs. Pierce is the former Sharon Joyce, who form-
taught ballet in Miami.
PACT*

Selyn Ersoff
comes Bride Of
In in Miller
the home of the groom's
|nt.-. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
er. N< w Haven. Conn.. Miss
ilvr Doris Ersoff. daughter of
land Mrs. Nathan Ersoff. 435
|llth Street. Miami, was unit-
riage with Marvin Wil-
|m r on June 22nd.
of
Nettie Goldstein,
Michael Uenberg
To Wed Soon
The approaching nuptials
Miss Nettie Goldstein, daughter
of Mrs. Dora Goldstein, of New 1 erly
York City, and Col. Michael Is- !
enberg. prominent Miami at- Southern France,
tornev have been announced.
CoGUST BROS Rvi
tf
Settling in Miami following his |
. separation from the service, the
Miss Goldstein, a member of Colonel was the organizer and a
ride, who was given in | J}f teaching staff of Temple Beth ; former president of the Chicago
'bholem. residing at 1452 Mend-> Club of Greater Miami: also a
lan Avenue is a graduate of vice president of Sholem Lodge
Columbia University Teachers Bna, B-rith. He is affiliated with
by her father, was at-
in a ballerina lengt.n egg-
la. e gown and carried a
;,n orchid.
sehr\ attended the Univer-
of Miami; Marvin the Uni-
tity i f Connecticut. He is
h nt at the Pennsylvan-
ftatc College of Optometry.
uple toured New Eng-
ar.tl Canada on their horey-
ln. They will reside at 5915
I 13th Street, Philadelphia,
thf ir return.
College, where she received r.er the Eiks. Mason and the Shrine.
B.S. degree. Formerly a Hebrew and ls a trustee of Temple Israel,
teacher and administrative as- where he formerly was president
Biatant at the Society for the Ad- 0{ jne Men's Club
vancement of Judaism la New Col. Isenberg. whose law of-'
York City, the bride-to-be is also ; (lces are in the Biscayne Build-
a graduate of the Teachers In- ; ing resides at 3888 NW 2nd Ter-
stitute of Jewish Theological race where the couple will make
Seminary with a degree of Bach- i tneir home with the Colonel's
nitf-Gevertz
igcment Told
elor of Jewish Pedagogy. She
also spent some time in Israel
where she engaged in research.
A former tennis tournament
player. Miss Goldstein's interests
r.ow lie in music and art, being
an amateur painter.
Col. Isenberg, a member of the
Dade County and Florida Bar
Associations, and of the Decal-
ogue Society of Lawyers, receiv-
daughter. Jaclin, who is spend-
ing the summer at. Sky Lake
Camp, Sautee. Ga. Col. Isenberg
is a cousin of Golda Myerson,
Minister of Labor, State of Is-
rael.
n Gevertz, son of Mr.
M Morris Gevertz, New
r.ouncement has been made
ll troth*] of Miss Phyllis
pg, .lighter of Mr. and Mrs.
H'.mg, 3530 SW 16th Street, | ed the degree of Doctor of Juris-
prudence at Northwestern Uni-
versity Law School. A member
of the Jewish War Veterans, the
Colonel served during World War
II with the parachute and glider
forces in the European theatre,
receiving the bronze medal for
spearheading the invasion of
he ide-tO-b, a teacher in
|1) County School System,
ate of the University
4 Mr. Gevertz is em-
the City of Miami.
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Amvets Convene
Here For Meet
The eighth arnual State Con-
vention of the AMVETS will con-
vene at the Alcazar Hotel in Mi-
ami Friday through Sunday, and
the AMVET Auxiliary will hold
its seventh annual convention on
the same days, Jack Justice. State
Department Commander. an-
nounced today.
State Department officers, del-
egates and representatives from
Posts throughout the state will
register Friday.
The first business on the three
day agenda following registra-
tion will be a Department Execu-
tive meeting, then a cocktail
party.
General convention sessions
will be held all day Saturday,
climaxed by a Commander's ban-
iquet and ball.
Sunday will be devoted to a
memorial service conducted by
the AMVET Auxiliary headed by
Mrs. Marguerite Heridith of Or-
lando, president.
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FRIDAY, JULY 18,
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HELEN ALPERT
I've had a coxy time .his f^^^S&St.'Xi
Jev :sh periodicals up and down th eastern W
Lr3bSwSasrasrJ
Baltimore by Mr. d l**^AE^nin^.XrJ.r, *ho
h" A^ady a', home in Key wes, where, he attends *. FU^Sonar
Kalk-Roscnberg Nuptials Solemnized
Sunday A! Hotel Roanoke, Virginia
i to Hava i
ON STAGE:
::.. seat and ge>j ------------- .... .
iliarity. She opens Goodbye Ag=in by
Uncuidly crossing the twin bed to answer the phone. BM s tne
hers s secretary ar.d since this is a family newspaper, natural.y I
an -.oo discreel to admit she's more ... I did some soul-searching
very recommended on occasion, for ons never knows what sort
of !h:ng this may dredge up and before you could say 'Hamlet ,
Why there it was: shed been Gerf.ude the Queen in Beach Hign s
Thespian production of "Hamlet ". and before that, a Maria Marcy
player in "Cinderella'' Now she's playir.g the Madeleine Carroll
role orioinally on Broadway. Conrad Nagel played the hero. Since
Mr. Nagel was nowhere around, and neither was anyone else. George
Keaihley look that lead.
It's a light, brisk, friendly farce built on a frail situat n and
th not-si -frail vai ity I a gent. In it are 5 >m f Keal
stu nts. The mai I is good 1 tat I men lati
to hire hi Sup* til inc was Cathy Alch's
But really superb in timing is the Ring Theatre's "Both Your
Houms", hard on the heels of the GOP bellowings. and itself
mothered by the corruptions and political horse-traders of its day.
Bv now. everyone you know has been commenting on the fine
"Bus" done by Billie Mrs. Alan Rosenson Richards: on Bill
Sc.-.!e:ir.gor's "Sol Fitimaurice"; on the excellent underplayed
"Simeon Gray" of Kenneth E. Reid. What fascinates me is every-
one's failure to comment on Maxwell Ardersor.'s terrific play-
wright's triumph an amaiing writing trick in building suspense
upen a small fact and watching it grow Sam Hirsch directed
this, wi:h point.
ON THE BEAT:
Lots of news has been fluttering around Ja k A
ter phone calls from gripped citizens, following the annour n i nt
he's chairman of a militant beautification pri _: m I n .: |
7S>tn Street Causeway Co-chairman is George P. Jac bs. The;
off dally representing the Miami Beach Taxpayers' Ass iati n and
i tct to plow into the matter the moment they'.' m the
St.".. Road Department .
Ann Schn.erer phoned to plug one of her favorite people, Ha!
Murray, who's at the Casbah. and has to sire: -shi
t> : e Beach, to t.-.ose hot, he's rui
. "Adored" teacher is Willie Oserman, gifted with the ability to
"inspire" his painting pupils. Honestly, Mr. Oberman, I have never
heard such rapturous and loving acclaim! Weeks ago. Mr. Ober-
rnan had told me he teaches "because I love loo": but it was from
he
earning
. Ruth Block
Svdney Blocks
fell Of Daughter
Lite's Engagement
. : Mrs Block.
807 Jeronimo Di ive, Coi
renounce 1 ''' ,":
ter, I.ila Ruth, to Mr.
Paul Charles S in, son ol
Mr and M
925 North Short Drive, M
h.
1 bride-1 luated cum
laude -' B.A l<
;::.. t; Miami v.
ent ol
Epsolin 1 Nu
Kappi : Miss Block, who
i the H
- in award for out-
nior In the
C Hi : Fine Arts a I S
M : na listed in
v. 's Who in American Col-
an ; Universities.
; shii .. attended
i Stati grad-
ude from the Uni-
ity of Miami with a B-S.
H did si luati work
at the University of
Pern: \ l\ ania and n
He was
ent ol Phi Epsilon i'i fra-
temil 1 i m-to-be a
!:.i isi us !. i Igi Mas-
mi i ler, and is a: i! I with
Rud i Su i rwear. Inc., and S.
I Rudofker's, Inc., ">f Philadel
The dati wedding has
et for Septembei 7th.
Variety Hospital Seeks
Radios For Children
A cah for 25 table-model
radios in any condition for use
at the Variety Children's Hos-
pi!a! has teen m3de. For pick-
up service call Albert J. Hirsch
at 3-0851.
T wedding of their daughter,
Ruth Sheila, to Malcolm M. Ros-
,.... 0f Mr. and Mrs. Lake
of Roanoke. V.rc.n.a.
-, the Hotel Roanoke on Satur-
day, July Bth, was announced by
ind Mr. Jack J. Falk. of
i Beach.
Thl. bride was given ini mar-
riaee bv her father in a double
S5 ceremonv with Rabbis Mor-
Graff and Tobias Rothenber^
officiating. The wedd.ne. which
took place In the hotel ballroom,
w is preceded bv a family dinner.
attended bv meirbera of hoth
, and out-of-town *"*;
i from New York. Now
i Pennsylvania. Maryland.
.. n, DC. Virginia and
rect ption and dance
i. ,i the i upti la
The bride wore a nvlon tuUe
ankle length gown trimmed in
nt si quins. Her long
sleeve jacket was caught at the
ith a single button. Her
of nvlon tullo. was
i in sequins to carry out
tif of the gown. Ht bou-
0f whil rti Dhanotis and
double white orchids was su-cr-
all white Bible
ved at her Confirrr.a-
Attending the bride maid of
was her sister. Miss Bar-
. f ik s e wore a Dink nvlon
tulle ballerina length gown with
matching h t and carried a bou-
ouet of oir.k and white <-,*rna-
Mts. Malcolm M. Rosenberg
Falks Entertain For
Out-Of-Town Guests
Dr. and Mrs. Jack J Falk an
daughter, Barbara, of Nautfli
Drive, Mian.i Beach, gave a i
. rcr partv at their home on Sal
ti iteohanotis, and blue urday juiy 12th. for the
im. The grooms sister. lown gUests who were fries,
,!.':, i Ann Rosenberg, and j and reiatives of Mr. Robert1
Miss rob, Wvnn Gibson, a sor- Rosenberg, whose marriage f|
loritv sister of the bride, were ToDe Wynn Gibson took plait
and wore identical
pink net gowns and carried bou-
|nuets of pirk and white carna-
and pink stephanotis.
The bride's motl er wore a navv
, blue net gown with a white and
hid: the groom's moth-
er a beige lace and chiffon dress
with a pui pie orchid.
1 Mr. Robi rt Rosenberg, cousin ] son, Mr. Seth Flax, makes
of the groom, was best man. and home.
ol er rousins, Mrs. Basil Suffer, j others present from Roanobi
Mr Gilbert Rosenberg. Mr Mor- were Mrs. Max Rosenberg,
ton R nberg. and Mr. Maury an(1 Mrs Morton Rosenberg,
Lee Strauss were ushers. and Mr8 Harry Rosenberg, MB
The former Miss Faulk is a Rose Strauss, Mr. and Mrs. Maifl
luate of Miami Beach Senior
High School, and :i senior at the
!"n versitv of Miami. She is a
n ember of the Delta Phi Epsilon
S rity.
Mr Rosenberg graduated from
the Massanutten Military Acad-
the
the next day.
Those present included Mr aal
Mrs. Malcolm Rosenberg, whoa]
marriage had taken place in RiT
anoke the previous week, aa|
Dr. ard Mrs. Charles Lippow,
Meridian Avenue. Miami Be*
who have just returned from I
visit to Roanoke. Va where I '
men had told me he teaches "because I love too : but it was from n r II
his students' group, and especially Rose Kogan. ore learns how he bOIRP I 0111131'
cbanasls his own devotion lo art ir.lo releasing hidden or yearning & '
talaatt in olhers. A greal achievement! .
The one physi m le ted h tl I Stal I
international Cancer Cunftrence :n Brussels is Dr. Mortoi
L-...n of Albany, N.Y. Dr Lev:- will speak | .
' ::- ^a'l the wire stories last year oi
n wit king Which precij ital I on. er to
rk thai s read so much a t I elel is
ting, he's decided to ing
Back home from M I
-' n R ad .- Mrs Lil Fischer L ngl .
K; Jilmai -. I the Kaufl : -'.':
. ^ Bay. wit., 1
\ of Virginia, attended
University ol Virginia, and is
tating at the end of the
summer from the University of
Mian
The i tuple is planning a post-
n honeymoon at the
Tarleton Club. New Hamp-
after which they will be
in Roanoke. Virginia.
Lee Strauss. Mr. Sol Roscr.berJ
and Mr. and Mrs. William S:Dr|
lust.
From Washington. DC. *a|
Mr. Gilbert Rosenberg, and froaj
Baltimore. Md.. was Mrs. Frtffl
Weinberg.
Adult League Dance
The Young Adult League
. the Greater Miami Jewish Co
I munity Center will sponsor
dance on the Patio Sun*
night. July 20th, 8:30 p.m..
cording to an announcement
Miss Elva Weiss, president
the group. The League is opt
to men and women between B|j
ages of 21 to 28.
r ''. 1 r
that ii frejhly
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C :-r -- ',?!
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Robert Alan Beldner, son of Mr. and Mr3. Leonard Beldner.
570 Jefferson Avenue. Miami Beach, was born at Jackson
femorial Hospital on July 4th. Mrs. Beldner is the former Mil-
cent Rubin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rubin. The pa-
rnal grandmother is Mrs. Minnie Beldner.
* *
Rabbi and Mrs. Mayer Katz, 721 Lenox Avenue, are spend-
(ig a month in New York where they are visiting their children
id grandchildren. They will also meet for the first time their
jndson. Elliot Sussman, who was bom last August; also a
randdaughter, Susan Katz, born in February of this year. On
teir return trip the couple will stop in Savannah, Georaia, to
Mend a reception honoring Mrs. Katz's niece, a recent bride
* *
Duncraggan Inn announces the followina vacation arrivals
fern the Miami area: Mr. and Mrs. George Sheridcn, Mr. and
Jrs. P. H. Marks and son Billy. Mr. and Mrs. Welch Jordon and .
on William, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Baumgarten, Mr. and Mrs. John
lib, Mrs. Joel Rauzin, Mrs. Nina Davis, Miss Elenor Davis,
tlona Eisenstein. and Mrs. William White and son Fred
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Smolowitz, of Brooklyn, New York,
re vacationing at the South Seas Hotel, Miami Beach. While
? thpv will be entertained by their son-in-law and daughter.
r. and Mrs. Bernard Mandler.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Schwartzman, 6225 Alton Road, left I
jst Friday for Hendersonville, N.C., where they will stay at
jkeside Inn. While there they will visit their son, Robert, who
enjoying a vacation at Camp Osceola. The Schwartzman's I
laughter, Rosalie, i at present visiting relatives in Baltimore,
there she will be joined in a few weeks by her parents, and i
^i!l accompany them on a trip to Washington. Upon their re- I
rn, the Schwartzmans will again stop at Hendersonville to !
joined by Robert for the trip back to Florida. The family
ill be away for cbout a month.
* *
Miss Beverly Raphael, 1024 Pennsylvania Avenue, is
;nding several weeks in New York and is at present vaca-1
Verners Tell Of
Daughter Gloria's
Engagement
Mr. and Mis. Benjamin Wer-
ner. 1325 SW 21st Terrace, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Gloria, to Mr. William
apane. Brooklyn, r>w York.
The bride-to-be, known pro-
fessionally as Gloria Warner, is
a television and nightclub singer.
Before entering the entertain-
mert field, she was recreation
director at Jackson Memorial
Hospital for student nurses; also
a teacher at Citrus Grove Junior
Tobi Satin Is
Affianced To
Jerry Hurt man
An ergagerr.ent has been an-
nounced between two University
of Florida students. Miss Tobi
Esther Satin, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob J. Satin, of Taveres,
and Jerry Bernard Hartman, son
Gloria Werner
High School. A graduate of the
University of Miami; Miss Wer-
ner received her Masters degree
from New York University.
Her fiance, who is now associ-
ning at Green Mansions in the Adirondacks. She will also te?u with the New York Po*
,!..._.. ?;_ ; u~i. j tm.-i j i i_- : Authority as an attorney, erad-
end some time in Baltimore and Philadelphia. uated f^m Brooklyn College
with a BA. degree, receiving his
* *
Mrs. Ethel Shochet left by plane Tuesday for Margate, N. J., ,
ttiere she will spend the summer with her son-in-law and >le^,
-,,,^ki. - i The wedding date has been set
jughter. Mr. and Mrs. A. Fmley Binder. for September 6th.
* ----------------------------------------------
Mrs. D. Bliss and daughters, Roberta and Susan, of New Israelite Center Meets
srk, are spending their summer vacation with Mrs. Bliss'
irents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Roberts, of 520 W. 46th Street,
Iiami Beach.
* *
Mrs. Saul Alexander has been elected a delegate by the
Brber Chapter of the National Home for Jewish Children at
snver and will attend the annual convention to be held at
Jnver from July 20th through the 23rd.
* *
New vacation arrivals at the Osceola Lake Inn include Mr. j
id Mrs. Arthur Litt and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. Lewinsky and j
bnily, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Morgenstern, Mr. Warren Soned, I
Ir. N. W. Winokur, Mrs. Dorothy Weiss, William Weiss, Mr. |
id Mrs. M. S. Bernard, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rubin, Mr. and j
ps. A. Gordon and family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Galbut and fam
law degree from St. John's Col-
A regular meeting will be held
at the Israelite Center on Tues-
day, July 22nd. 8:30 p.m. Presi-
dent Hy Morris will preside.
Guest speaker will be Judge Sam
Silver.
- ,. muoi Studio
Carol Louise Katzman
Carol Katzman
Is Betrothed To
Robert Zane Alpert
The announcement of the en- ',
gagement of Carol Louise Katz- !
man to Mr. Robert Zane Alpert '
has bren made by the bride-to-
be's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Moe
Katzman, 13th Court, San Marco
Island, Miami Beach. Mr. Alpert
is the son of Mr. end Mrs. Mor-
ris Alpert, 3930 Meridian Aver.ue. i
Miss Katzman formerly lived i
in New Jersey and t.ie family |
maintain's a summer home in As-
bury Park. She graduated from i
Miami Beach High School and at- ,
tended the University of Miami .
where she was a member of Phi |
Sigma Sigma Sorority. Mr. Al- i
pert, who has been a resident
h?re since 1929, served with the !
U.S. Navy during the last war. i
He attended Miami Beach schools
and the University of Miami.
ThL- due of the wedding has
not been set.
a

Tobi Esther Satin
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hartman,
1804 Biarritz Drive, Miami Beach,
and Detroit.
Toli. a sophomore, is a grad-
uate of Tavares High School
where she was a member of Beta
Club, the honor society, ar.d so-
cial editor of the school annual.
Her fiance, a senior at the
University, is a major in agri-
culture. A graduate of Miami
Beach High School, Mr. Hartman
is a member of Tau Epsilon Phi
fraternity, the varsity swimming
team, and the F Letterman'3
Club. He is also a cadet officer
in t.-.e Air Force ROTC.
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Board
tcr couple or 3ingle persons
b beautiful home in fine lo-
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Mrs. Joseph Feld
To Lead Board
Of EdHcation
Mrs. Joseph Feld has been ap- j
pointed chairman of the Board
' of Education of the Israelite Cen-
! ter. The School, now under con- [
] sti uction, will be completed for
) the fall opening of the Hebrew ;
|and Sunday Schools. j
The Dora Stein Sisterhood and |
the PTA ot the Center will spon-
| sor a Sewing Contest, to be held
i in the Center, sometime in Oc-
tober. Prizes will be awarded
for the best in sport and dress
clothing for men, women and
children. Further information
may be had from Mrs. Max Lef-
kowitz or Mrs. Bert Toppell, co-
chairmen.
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Univ. of Miami Summer Symphony
John Bitter, Conductor
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Conducted by
Jordan Bittel and Alan Westin
of the
SUMMER SPEECH INSTITUTE
OF MIAMI BEACH
Director Jordan Bittel, right.
is demonstrating as Allen W*-
tin records, as part of the
course to be held ai th Greater
Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter's Evening Speech Studio,
opening at the Miami and
Beach branches this coming
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Our Film Folk
3v LEON GUTTERMAN
HOLLYWOOD C
lumnist s
Grcucho Marx: Cultivate vic-
i hen vou are young, and
n you are old they will not
ke you."'
George Jesse!: "When a man
with a woman, and she
a cop. he is lucky: she
it have called a raobi.
Lou H0I12: "Be content with
lot. especially if Itfl a cor-
ner one."
Judy Holliday: "Women get
Ides in their complexion? by
ig a ,.: their complex-
Keanan Wynn: Everyone has
a :: ght to be conceited until he s
essful."
Ed Wynn: "Money may not
happiness but with it you
be unr.appv in comfort.
Abe Burrows: 'Some people
wholly bad: they've only
mandments
Hedy Larr.arr: -The best com-
tion*l a woman is an old
I, a young heart, and a baby
_ "
' n5y Bolger: I: r.obody drop-
' ; eighth grade.
ns uld be found to
'.lege graduut-
Gertrude Berg: "As long
n n rsyoi ng-
: daughter I
th -1
T:ny Martin: got
ideas of evolution from ob-
. lath 5."
Paulatta Gocldard: It is
(cr a woman 1
.....
: n against w m> -
Ben Blue: ':' way to
r some '
t urn down all licates-

;eff Chandler: "W mi n's styles
hang but theii
i n
Lauren Bacall: "Nc
t of a man:
him an oppor-
develop his natural ca-

Harvey Stone: "And then they
married and lived happily
: aftei "
Shelley Winters: There's
thing in kissing a girl once:
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Sam Levenson: T
; .- I
Id.
Harry Hershfield: "It's better
to bo laughi I at i
man: le l"
laugh because you are.
George Burns: He who laughs
: si :? probably the one wr,
'tended to tell the story himself
a little later."
Billy Rose: "Ignorance
law does not prevent the losing
lawyer from collecting his bill.
Milton Berle: "M you h-nd a
'friend five dollars li never
I see him again, it's worth it.'
Joe E. Lewis: "The less you
i have to do with some people, the
less you are worse off."
Jan Peerca: "A liar can al-
iwavs get another liar to swear
!he's telling the truth."
Morey Amsterdam: "Life is an
everlasting struggle to keep n
iming in and teeth and
' from coming out."
Sophie Tucker: "At :.b"Ut th'
time one learns to make the I
! of life, the most of it is gone.
Ben Hecht: "Thi n an tnn
types of modern literatim : e] -
.otic neurotic and tommyrotic."
Charlie Chaplin: "If VOU can
spend a perfectly useless after-
noon in a perfectly useless man- '
ner. you have learned how to .
Edward G. Robinson: "YOU
r can liv lonj > out all
. ings that make yu want
long
Melvyn Douglas: "Some men
vi r go to work for a living un-
til they have given everything
iir trial."
Jack Benny: "Speaking of the
high cost of living, the only thing
nowadays that i n is thi
and even that soaks you."
Piper Laurie: "When a man
sks a '.' man I ire his lot.
he shouldn't be surprised if she
wants to know the si;.....I it."
Danny Kaye: "A woman knows
the value of love, but a man
' knows its cost."
Jack Warner: "Science should
spend less time studying the orig-
in of man. and more time on what
his finish is to be."
Sholem Asch: "Marriage is a
beautiful custom in which two
people share all the troubles
'which their marriage created."
Henry Youngman: "Children
are natural mimics: they act like
parents in spite of every
effort to teach them good man- ,
ners"
Georgie Price: "Bachelors who
have half a mind to get married
that 1 it's ;ill it
r< quin s."
Bud Abbott: It's e mink in
et thai tei nsible
for thi : loor."
Jascha Heifelz: "All of us have
sufficient to bear the
misfortuni
Kirk Douglas: "Early to bed
and early I
. g h d d< al tl.;". esn't on in
ytimi
Harpo Marx: "All people's fac-
es come from the tame mould,
but some are mouldier."
Phil Baker: "Don't marry for
iu can boi ow it eheap-
FRIDAY, JULY 18. i9
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Kullman and Miss Mary CruMT. n.n. v located in
and stretcher paSs are received in a large waiting area which
adfoirL ne examing room, observation and recovery rooms, and
duplex surgery room which is fully equipped for minor surgery
ftso mcludea in Mount Sinai Hospital's -w Emergency Room is
an oxvqen tank storage room with tanks in readiness at all times.
Provision has been made for the installation of oxygen pipe lines
to each of the rooms in the emergency unit. Over 7.000 emergency
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Iflatfler-Granada
Meet To Plan
Poming Events
A double-session Sunday
School will be in effect during
ming season at the Flagler-
Granada Jewish Community Cen-
ter. Herman Feldman, chair-
Iman. will meet in the near fu-
Iture with parents of the Sunday
[and Hebrew School children
Iwhen the new set-up will be ex-
Ipl.uned.
I Joseph Masters, chairman of
[the High Holy Days committee,
hint last week with committee
[members, to formulate plans for
[the coming holidays.
R, port Cards For Parents"
Iwas the subject of Dr. Kathleen
|b Hester, associate professor of
Iflmuntaiy education of the Uni-
Iversity of Miami, when she ad-
Idressed the Women's Group of
|the Flagler-Granada Jewish Com-
Imunity Center yesterday.
't A report on the forthcoming
Idinner-dance to be held in Aug-
lust was given by Mrs. Irving
ISeid. chairman of the affair.
A team of women has been
selected to appear on the tele-
vision program "Quick on the
Draw" on Monday evening, July
21st. Participating will be Edith
Moore, Miriam Schiff, Mildred
(ewman and Ruth Solomon.
[Loon Lake Boasts
[Outstanding Events
Andron's Loon Lake Hotel,
located in Loon Lake, Franklin
bounty, New York, has schedul-
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during the summer season.
During the weekend of Aug-
ust 17th, the annual regatta will
kdke place on the private four-
mile lake of the hotel. Over
Fi.xty boats and contestants from
number of states on the Eastern
Seaboard will participate.
During the weekend of Aug-
ust 24th, the Loon Lake Pro'
amateur Golf Championship will
be held on the private golf
burse.
A Gershwin Music Festival and
festival of other modern com-
posers have also been arranged.
Iroadway stars appearing this
li at the resort include Mor-
fcy Amsterdam, Myron Cohen,
Billy Vine, Red Buttons, Harvey
Stop..-. Larry Storch, Beth Hun-
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Symphonette
Receives Charter;
Seeks Members
On Friday. Julv Ufa. Circuit
Judge J. Fritz G proved
. of the Friends Of
The Miami Beach Symphonette.
The tion. led 1 y -;; of-
ficers Mrs. Louis Novick presi-
dent- Mrs. Theodon F Arvan,
vice president: Mrs. A rar.am
Haiduck. record i ._ cretary:
Mrs Harry Flaum. c rr< sponding
secretarv:'David R. Topp. treas-
urer; and Ri.hard Krieger Fink,
legal adviser, has for its aim the
: stering and advancirg of the
newly formed Miami Beach Sym-
phonette.
The Symphonette is a sym-
phony orchestra composed >f for-
ty-seven musicians, all residents
of Miami Beach. The group p'.ans
to present various typ I con-
certs, including free per-
ances, cor.cerl I h*en
:
- : r the community.
Th- pr< i"" ap] i xi-
mstely one hundred and fifty
meml rs I the Fi en Is C: 1
Mij Beach Syn nette, and
5 to obtain ss many as
jsi : of the | nl : si-
: Mi: mi Beach as m m-
-
Shriller. Spieler
In Partnership
Ft rmation of a partnership for
the general practice of law has
been snn mnced by Leo Sheiner
and Stanley H. Sp eler, with of-
: s in the Rop-
. Building, Mi-
ld r. Shi
S Bl : of
Arts degree
- Cornell
University and
- Bachelor of
Laws degree
:.-. Cornell
versify Law She i e
Sch I. als iv< I a Mast r of j
ieorg< Wash- |
ingl :. Unix i rsity.
H si : v n th B ... :' Di- !
: tors of the Gr at r Mi
Jewish Community Center, the
Greater Miami Jewish Fed
and the Jewish Social Service
Bureau Mr. Sheiner is also a
member of Sholem Lodge. B'nai
B'rith, and the Coral Gabies Jew-
ish Center.
Mr. Spieler, who attended City
College of the City I >' w York
received his Bac heloi : L
gree from the University of
Miami. A veteran of World War
II, he is a member of th Law-
yers' C< mrr.ittee of the Jewish '
National Fund, and a trustee
Tropical Lodge B'r.ai B'ril
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PAGE 13
Jews In Sports
By BILL WOLF
(copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
IA total of 18 Jewish athletes
L on the U.S. Olympic team
[at will go into action July 19th
Eain-t athletes from many*parts
the world. They will partici-
btc in f erring, track, wrestling
U swimming.
The unusually large number
jems from the fact that the
Inrinc team this year consists
14 Jewish stars.
I Others included in the U.S.
vmpic delegation now in Hel-
liki are Martin Engel, hammer
irower; Henry Laskau, A.A.U
falkir.fi champion; Don Sheff,
rimming star of Yale Univer-
y; and Henry Wittenberg,
(ympic wrestling charrp in the
pound free-style class .
[portrait of an Olympic Star:
here's many a cop walking the
bat in New York City who
I jump at the opportunity
sec the Olympic Games. One
them, a police sergeant is go-
11 he there as a partlci-
t. The cop is Her.ry Witten-
g, who has been on the po-
pe force for 11 years. Henry
(ill be defending the wrestling
jle he captured at the Olympics
1948. He earned a berth on
is year's wrestling team by
finning in the final elimination
atches held in Iowa. In the
ocess. he suffered some torn
luscle tissue near his ribs, but
is now in good shape af-
lr the injury, Henry told the
pwish Telegraphic Agency that
nless he felt he was fit, he
ouliin't wart to take part be-
luse he couldn't do his best.
[Henry, who has eight A.A.U.
'rest ling titles to his credit, ven-
red some information about
he wrestling prospects of the
|.S. tiam in the face of compe-
ltion from other countries.
"I think our chances this year
promising," he said. "I be-
fv, that the toughest team to
will be Turkey. Turkey is
nown as the country that pro-
uees the best wrestlers in Eur-
fc. S. my contacts in Sweden tell
they also will have a strong
am.
"We don't know very much
nut thi kind of team tnat Rus-
wiil have. However, reports
it 1 have been getting from
u: ." r. that Russia will have
me excellent wrestlers. But as
they may be, I can't pic-
Iri t any better than Tur-
Vv's wrestling team."
With H< nry ir. Finland the New
p:k police force is not with-
representation from the Wit-
|rib'-rc family. His wife is with
force as a policewoman at-
fched to the juvenile aid bur-
to which Henry is also as-
feri'-d.
lany persons prominent in
>. sports circles are in Hel-
hki for the games. Colonel
srry D. Henschel, chairman of
U.S. Committee for Sports
Isr.u 1. is getting a late start.
r'll i e missing the first few
Jys of the competition because
has a hoard meeting of the
liiuva Watch Co., of which he
vice-president After the meet-
he'll fly to Finland. Also on
hd will be Bob Morrison, ath-
Iic (iireetor for the National
hmh Welfare Board, which has
Irked closely with the U.S.
pnmittee in raising funds for
transportation of the Israeli
fm. Other member of the U.S.
Immittee are also expected to
*w the Olymoics.
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Hank Greenberg may turn out
to be the general manager of the
first major league baseball team
to go on a world post-season tour
The Cleveland Indians and the
Brooklyn Dodgers are contem-
plating such a jaunt for the fall,
and plans have moved a little
closer to reality. A joint meet-
ing of officials of both leagues
approved "exploring" the pos-
sibilities of such a trip. This
does not mean that any final OK
has been given. But "it's a first
step. After the meeting, Green-
berg said: "There's a tremen-
dous lot of work to be done in
the next month. We're announc-
ing this now because we want
everybody to know what we're
100 New Members
Join Academy As
Drive Progresses
At a membership breakfast of
the Hebrew Academy held at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Fir-
tel last Sunday, progress reports
on the current membership drive
were presented. More than 100
new members have joined dur-
ing the first three weeks of the
eampaign, according to Rabbi
David Shapiro, chairman of the
campaign committee.
A statement by spiritual lead-
ers in Greater Miami has en-
dorsed the campaign, urging citi-
zens in the area to affiliate them-
selves with the Hebrew Acad-
emy, and at the same time com-
mending the officials of the
trying to do, but it should be Academy for "the superior pro-
borne in mind that we may run, gram of American-Hebrew edu- j
into difficulties that will make cation which the Hebrew Acad-
the trip impossible ." |erry offers and for its outstand-
Al Rosen only officially came ing contribution to the educat.on-
to bat once in his first All-Star al and cultural life of our corn-
game. The Cleveland star didr.'t munity."
hit, but managed to draw a walk I Among the Rabbis who en- i
and later scored ore of the Amer- j dorsed the statement were Rabbi
ican League's runs on another Max Shapiro, president of the I
player's hit. Rabbinical Association of Greater '
Spiritual leaders join in the Hebrew Academy City-wide Member-
ship Drive by accepting membership cards from Rabbi David Sha-
piro, chairman of the campaign. From left to right are: Rabbi
Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Academy; Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackovsky. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Rabbi Shapiro and Rabbi
Irving Lehrman.
Miami: Rabbi Simon April, Rab-
bi Alfred Waxman. Rabbi Abra-
ham Sachs, Rabbi Morris Skop.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Rabbi
Joseph Rackovsky, Rabbi Irving
Lehrman, Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
vitz and Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
Social Group Fun-Frolic
The Adult Social Group of the
Jewish Community Center's Mi-
ami Branch will have a Fun and
Frolic Dance Saturday night, July
19th, on the Patio at 4o0 SW
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*Je*istHcrMto_
FRIDAY, IULY 18, m,
During The Week ... a i see it
By LEO MINDLIN
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
The Republican National Convention has come and gone. Bu
its practical impact will be felt for a long time /he tale told .that
old guard conservatism has been defeared and that more noerai.
international-minded leadership will henceforth mold the Part> I
policy.
lo
.stead now stand
rrpect7adedwuraaP^thh grown the sudden
ur?sh1PPof Amear1?an fX Almost every key **
*nrP to the nations "young folk", without whim Mctory in No\em
nce to the nation's "young
ber could not be assured. -- ..! i Iimsmi
Such Republican courtship underscores the parly ,.new founo
sensitivity born of fire successive Presidential **. AJeg
dogged, old guard phalanx would hare come to its senses much
Scon.7 In effect, the Chicago meeting gave rue to a t**"***
revolution, and if. in truth, it U indigenous in nature, then Re-
publicanism must search for a new name. ......____, wi-
In essence. It had previously spelled out the attitudes ofbig
business, minimum government encroachment on social and econ-
omic interplav and a sort of world isolationism that ignored the
technical advances made in transportation, communication and war
methodology. At least theoretically, the Party is a rejtaelj
akin to the Democratic outlook, recognizing the needs of a weiiare.
internationallv oriented state. The attempt to gain tne support o.
independents'and voung Americans is a case in point. \Mtr.uui
new, liberal force, such support could hardly oe forthcoming.
she
ev
Hoover arid the defeated aspirant. Senator '- "
But what the Republican Party embraces in their stead proves
very little, if at all. its change in heart. Certainly. General Dwight
D. Eisenhower is an honorable man and the Party's only candi-
date of stature who universally commards the respect of Ameri-
can voters. The success of his militaiy career is beyond question,
and the faith found in him by Europeans at large can not be
equalled. He is responsible for whatever strength is inherent
ir. the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, and at his feet must be
placed the loss of despair before a blatant Soviet Communism.
: it must not .....E
initial phases his
tune for that i
his
r
El New York, wresl
: the Tail
;on going
It is indisputable that Dewey must be regarded as the pc'^er
behind Eisenhower's candidacy. His 92-vote bloc e'er? MCUMd
:his position. While the Republican's choice is overtly tymbotk
of the new. avowed international attitude, the New York Gov-
ernor is a twice-defeated Presidential aspirant who bitterly (ought
the New and Fair Deals in 1944 and 1948. Should Eisenhower
Frcve successful in November, Dewey will urcc-bted.y be pre-
sented wiih an enviable political plum. His conservative .;--.-...-;;
his fawning before industry and his prevalent r.on-interferente
orientation must then insvitably gain ascendancy over the Repub-
lican seeming re-birth.
A strangi Vice
Nix n, of
incoi -
running mat A nial totyj
5 been respoi ..
ity :-::.:. : -
Nixon ]
-
the program 1
v .
II :-:. ....
little against i terms ol
' r than
in power too long
I .aptu.-e his 1
{- yed somewhat
BETH DAVID CONGREGA-
TION will hold Fridav evening
services at 6:30 p.m. The series
of late Friday evening services
conducted by lay members is
scheduled for 830 p.m.. with a
sermonette to be delivered by
Mr. Morris Rabinowitz, president
of the Men's Club, whose topic
will be "Pattern for Success."
Saturdav morning services will
be at 9 a.m. Mincha will be at
6:30 p.m.

BETH EL CONGREGATION
-a .;; 11 Y:: lay evening services
at 7 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ice! are scheduled for 8:30 a.m..
with a da 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 IB. Saturday
t>> are scheduled
for 8:30 B.m Mincha will be at
645 p n I '.lowed by SI I
Ral Moses M
T
:
:
DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE
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rid Sat i
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Pon [ The
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM
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ndei the Mus-
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'
TEMPLE ISRAEL will hold
'Fridav evening services at 8:15
p.m.. with Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan,
Rabbi Emeritus, officiating.
.
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold Satur-
day morning services at 9' ajru
With Reverend George Goldberg
officiating and discussing The
Weekly Portion.
*
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
service! at 6:45. Boy Scouts who
are vacationing at Snapper
Creek will be special guests at
the Saturday morning services at
9 They will participate in the
services" which are conducted by
Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Junior
services will be held at 11. Sat-
urday afternoon services at 6,
followed bv Shalos Seudos. The
Talis and Tefilin group will meet
Sunday morning at 8:30.

YOUNG ISRAEL will hold Fri-
Uy evening Mincha services at
6:45. Saturday morning services
at 9 a.m. Mincha at 6:45. follow-
ed by Shalos Seudos. Services
at 8 a.m. and 7 p.m.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER
will hold regular services Satur-
day morning .it 9 am. with
Rev. Rudolf E- Bnll officiating.
. Pollack, son of Mr. and
Mrs. I.' u Pollack, will be Bar
A Kiddush will be giv-
AU< noi by the par-
.liii'. the
Shifrin Unveiling
l a monument
ite Benja-
Shil Lido
Miami Beach, will take
Sunday, July 20th, 2 p.m.,
.' fish St i tion of wood-
n Pai M Shifrin
. vi\ d by :: mother Lena,
Dr. A H. Shifrin.
Mi : Monument Com-
pany is in cha I an i nge-
Friends and n lativi are
asked '
Rippa Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Mrs
Marie Rippa, formerly of Miami
Beach, will take place Sunday
July 20th, 10 a.m., in the Jewfe
Section of Woodlawn Park Ceme
tery with Rabbi Max Shapiro
I officiating. Mrs. Rippa was the
wife of the former Manuel Rippa
Miami pioneer. She left two
sons, Henry and Harry Spitzer
and a daughter, Mrs. Clare Gor-
don. Palmer's Miami Monument
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Mrs. Volpe Inlrviw Artist
Mrs Marie Volpe will inter-
view Maria Kurenko, the Rus-
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Xi NATHANIEL COHEN,
c o Lewis Cohen,
437 Newport b'treet,
Ilrooklyn, New York
^ are required to serve a copy
of the Answer to the Hill of Com-
hi rut uikW the plaintiffs attorney.
.KYMol'R SILVERMAN. :0 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and
fill the original In the office of the
(-i,:k of the Circuit Court n or he-
' August 8. 1952; otherwise, said
BUI will be taken as confessed by
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
By R. H. RICE. JR.
Devuty Clerk.
>-:j 8/1
.- i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (5IVEN that
i!. mili-rsiicned. desiring to engage In
ss under the fictitious name of
Ml.LAS APARTMENTS', at 1MB
\Vesl Avenue, -Miami Beach, FTorida.
to register s;ild name With
(hi Clerk of the Circuit Court of
County, Florida.
/a/ CMHKItT'l ORVIETO
SILVIA ORVIETO
i;i:m:t oexet. Esgs.
for Applicants
7 :-.'. I l-l

l
Iti i
li'l

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
E IS HEREBY GIVEN that
signed, desiring U> enitfi In
m der the flctfl rne ':
', \ BYE CHILD "AUK BERV-
311 Lincoln Roe I, Suite
- to register said name with
k ol the Circuit Ci
inty, l- id.".
MRS PRANCES BRICE
.'. S l-N
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
E IS HEREin ol\ EN I I
. signed,
.: der the flcl
i GREEN ADVERTISING
1DK 18, Bl I t. 11 Av-
. Florida, int. mi- i
I name with the Clerk of
;,t Court of Dade County,
., NOTICE TO CREDITORS
.IHf,5.OU^JV JUOOE' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No 21137 B
In Re: ESTATE ol
CALVIN Nauciskni-kli'.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
!.nf. V"*'"18 or Deaaaada Against
Bald Eatate:
ISf*. anrt *arh "' >ou. are hereby
not tried and required to present anv
claims anil demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of CALVIN NARC18ENF*ELD
deceased 4ate of Dade Count) I or-
Ida. to the Hon. PRANK B. DOW-
UNO, County Judge of Pale County
and die the same in his offlie in the
County Courthouse in l"ade Countv,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said ilalms or demands to
contain the legal address of the claim-
ant and to be sworn to and pre-
sented as aforsesaid. or same will
be barred.
Date July l|. A TV 1JSI.
RI'TH I_ NARCI8BNFELD,
As Administratrix of the
Estate of
CALVIN NARCI8ENI ELI I,
I ... -,IM 1
KOVNER & MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Administratrix
7/18-25 8/l-s
LEGAL NOTICE


\i'K l. QREEN, le owner
.. ttlXON
for turner
; 8,1-1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 151317
MARILYN MEYER, Plaintiff,
J"li.\ MEYER. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
T". JOHN MEYER
1771 (Jranil Concourse
llronX ">3. New York
Yi>u arc required to serve copy
: || answer to the Hill of
pla.nt for Divorce on plaintiff's at-
mil to file tin oi Iglnal ana-
ei in the Office of the Clerk of the
Court on or before the 11th
August, 1952. otherwise, the
u Complaint for Divorce, here-
fi ed herein, will be taken as
ed by you.
I'ATED at Miami. Florida, this
'"'!i ';.(> of July, IMS.
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Clrcuil Court
By \vm. W. JJTOCKINa,
Deputy Clerk
MICHAEL M ISENBERQ
for Plaintiff
I", lilscaync Ituildlng
Florida
. 8/1-8
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 151347
LEILA GREEN, Plaintiff
vs.
I RANK EARLE GREEN.
I lefcndant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I-'auk Earle Green
o Hotel Marseilles
"inl St. and Broadway
S'< w York, N. Y.
re hereby notified that a Bill
Complaint for divorce has been
i against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Ans-
"' r Pleading to the Hill of Coin-
on the plaintiffs Attorney.
s. hllssel, 05 Lincoln Road.
Peach. Florida, and file the
Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
n or before the 14th day of
TO;
file
c
1*51 If you fall to do so,
judgment by default will be taken
I you for the relief demanded
Bill of Complaint.
'"'-N'E AND ORDERED nt Miami.
, da, this nth day of July. A.D..
E. It. LEATHEItMAN.
ci.rk, circuit Court
Dole Countv. Florida
Wit w STOCKING,
Deputy Clark
'IP SClll.lSSKI.
for Plaintiff
ii Roar!
"'I Beach, llorlda
'-- 8/1-g

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE- IS HEREBY S1VBN that
lerslgned, desiring to engage In
Businessi under the fictitious name of
, -i,EAl,ER,s ASSOCIATES
-, S*00 w- I5,h Street. Miami.
J-'orlda. Intend to register the said
pain,, with the aerk of the Circuit
pourt of Dade County, Florida.
PATRICK G. GIBB
SIDNEY A. CHAPLIN
n ii ., Owners
11-18-IS g/i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No. 151294
ADA CASTEL1.KTTI. Plaintiff.
vs.
ALEXANDER CASTELLETTI.
Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ALEXANDER CASTELLETTI
149 De Kalb Avenue
Brooklyn. New York
You are required to serve a copy
of your Anawei to the Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on Plaintiffs At-
torney and to file the original Ans-
wer In the office of the CJers
Circuit Court on or before the Mh
oaj ,f August. IMS; otherwi
Hill of Complaint for Divorce hereto-
fore filed herein will be taken ..
! teed by you.
i tad ..t Miami, Florida, this Sun
day of July. A D IV.'
B. B. LEATHERHAN,
Clerk of th) Cll '
I I .
By: \n :i u STOCKING

Name and of
tiff i \ ti
Nil'.MAN R LY( 8
ling
Miami
:
NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
by virtue of Chapter .!> of Honda
Statutes Annotated 119411. Ware-
housemen and Warehouse Receipts.
AHA MOVING AND STOR-
AGE en. mc.. a Florida corpora-
tion, by virtue of Its leluwei
has In its possession the following de-
scribed personal pro;
HOUSEHOLD QOODS AND
PERSONAL EFFECTS
as the property of OraoSS i". L Ed-
wards, last known address 129 N W
.1st Btree*. Miami. Dade Countv. Fla.;
that on the 28th day of Julv.
luring the legal hours of sale, mainlv
between 11:00 forenoon and 1:04 la
the afternoon, at the front door of
ABA MOVING AND STORAGE CO..
INC. 14*1 H. W. 3rd Street. Miami,
Florida, the undersigned shall offer
for sale to the highest bidder for
cash In hand, the above described
household goods and personal effects
as the property of Oracle F L. Ed-
wards, last known address Miami,
I>ade County. Fia.
DATED at Miami. Florida, this the
Sth day of July. 1>SI.
7,11-18
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OtVEN that
tiie undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fi.-titious name of
STRATOSPHERE APARTMENT HO-
TEL, at MM Collins Avenue. Surf-
side, Florida, intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
SAMCEI. RICH*
HARRIET CH1SED
PEARL SCHECHTER
MYERS. HKIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
6 27 7 4-11-18
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 151265
RITA KOHLER, l laintiff
vs.
NATHAN KOHLER, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To: Nathan KohU-r. c o Israel Koh-
ler. MM Easl L'lth Street, Hrook-
lyn, N,\v York.
You are herein notified thai a BUI
of Complaint lor Divorce nag been
filed against yon, and yojj are re-
quired to serve a copy of \ our Ans-
wer or Pleading to the BUI of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's Attorneys,
KOVNER A: MANNHEIMBR, ISO Lin-
coln Road, Miami Hea.h. Florida, and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or hefore the 4th day
of August, IMS, If you fall to do
so. Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the Hill ol Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLoRIDIAN.
AND ORDERED at Miami,
this Sth day of July. A.D.
DONE
Hoi Ida,
INI
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
I lade i lint). Plori la.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H RICE. JR..
Deputy CU ik
KOVNER MANNHKIMER
Attorneys for Plaintiff
U'n Lincoln Road
Miami n.ach. Fla.
7 lk-18-SB s l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to tngag< In
business under the fictitious name ol
REITER'S KNOTTY PINE PRUIT
SHIPPERS, at 6tli'i Blscayne Blvd.
Miami, 1 .on.la. intend to register
aid name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Curt of Dad, County. Flor-
ida.
SAMUEL REITER and
HILDA R. REITER
Owners
MARX M. FABF.R
Attorney for Applicants
111 Congress Bldg.
774-U-lf-SS _____________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 151102
EVA BHKOLER, Plaintiff
vs.
DAVID BHKOLER, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: DAVID SHKoLKK
1074 Eastern Parkway
Brooklyn, New York. __
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you In the
above entitled cause and you are
hereby requited to serve a copy ol
your Answer to the Hill ol I
plaint on the Plaintiffs
and file the original in the office ol
the cicrk ..f the Circuit Court
before th< 10th day of July. IMS.
r,ni t,. do so. judgment by de-
fault in be taion ;' ''
,,,,. ,,r demanded In the B4II 01
arSatodna't Miami. Flo.icla. this SOth
Toll notice shall be published once
each week tor four KTSKrusV'
THE JEWISH ^M^UMAV^
Deputy Clerk
PALLOT, SILVER MULLOY
Attorneys for Plslntlff
804 Ingraham Building
Miami. Florida.
7/4-11-11-25
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No 24222 B
In Re: ESTATE OF
EDWARD LIPPMAN. I>eccased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All I'reditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, may have agaioet the
estate of EDWARD LIPPMAN. de-
ceased late of Miami Beach, Dade
County, Florida, to the Hon. County
Judges of Dade County, and file the
same in their office in the County
Courthouse :n Dade County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication here-
of Bald claims or demands to con-
tain the legal address of the claimant
and to be sworn to and preei
id. or same will he barred. Bee
n ISO of the 1P33 Probate Act.
d June IS. AD.
cr.-Mi: LIPPMAN,
As Administratrix of the
Estate Of
EDWARD LIPPMAN,
LSI I.
IRVING CYPEN
v Administratrix
i :: : i-ii-is
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 20074-A
In Re: ESTATE OF
ISABEL JACOBSON, IVeceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you. may have against the
estate of ISABEL JACOBSON. de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida.
to the Hon. W. F. BLANToN and
HUNK B BOWLING, County Judges
of Dade County, and file the same
In his office in the County Court-
house In Dade County. Florida, within
e-.ght calendar months from the date
of the first publication hereof Said
claims or demands to contain the
legal address of the claimant and to
be. sworn to and presented as afore-
said, or same will be Iwrred. See
Section 1*0 of the 193S Probate Act.
Date June 27th. A D. 1H.".:'
s HARRY JACOBSON.
As Executor of the Last Will
and Testament of
ISABEL JACOBSON,
Deceased.
HARRY ZCKERNICK. ESQ.
Attorney for Executor
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Be.n h. Florida
7/4-11-11 !
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No 28354. B
In Re: ESTATE OF
BENJAMIN FRANK. D sed
To All Credll i Hav-
la Against
. Estate:
fou, and each of hereby
notified end reo ed I tent any
clalme and demands which you, or
either of urn. may have
estate : BENJAMIN FRANK, de-
ceased late ol Dad* Countjr, Florida.
to the Honorable County Judgei of
Co inty, .njd file the same In
his office in the Count) Courthouse
in Dado County, l i within eight
r months from the due of the
first publication hereof, said clalme
or demands to i ontaln the legal ail-
dress of the claimant and to be iworn
to and presented a- ..foresald, or
game will be barred
SARAH PRANK,
Ai Executrix of the Last WUI
and Testament of
BENJAMIN FRANK.
i >, ceased.
HILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Executrix
7 I-11-1S-S5
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 28158-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
PAUL EI.I.IoTT CII.I.ER
I .is- I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors anil All !' 111 Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are I.. ly
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, may have against the
estate of PAUL ELLIOTT lilLLER
deceased late of Dade county. Flor-
ida, to th. lb ii. W. F. BLANTON
.....I FRANK B. DOWUNQ, County
Judges of Dade County, and file the
same m h in the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Honda,
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication here-
of. Said claims or demands to contain
the legal address of the claimant and
to be sworn to and presented as afore-
said, or same will be batted. See
Section 120 of the 1!"33 Probate Act. _
Lhile .Tune 2">. A.D. 195S.
PEN lilLLER,
As Administrator of the
Estate of
PAIL ELLIOTT CILLER.
Deceased.
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attornevs for Administrator
7 4-11-18-23
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 24543
RE; ESTATE OP
BIDNEY SCHWARTZ.
also known as
SIDNEY II. SCHWARTZ
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
KOTICE Ii herebj given that I have
filed mv final report and petition for
final Discharge as Administratrix of
i f SIDNEY BCHtt \ISTZ.
also known as Bldnej II scnu \i;iv.
, .1. and that on the 2.'ith day
,.i Jury, IWS, 1 win apply to the Hon-
orable County Judges of Dade County.
viorid.i. for approval of said final
report and for final discharge as Ad-
ministratrix of the Estate Of SID-
NEY SCHWARTl. also known as
SIDNEY M SCHWARTZ, deceased.
This 18th day of June. 1 :..'.
,'s/ MARLINE SCHWARTZ,
Marlcne Schwartz, Adminis-
tratrix of the State of
SIDNEY SCHWARTZ,
also known as
SIDNEY M SCHWARTZ.
Deceased
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attornevs for Administratrix
7*7 7/4-1I-1S -a.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 150894
HARRY STEIN, Plaintiff.
vs.
JULIA STEIN. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JULIA STEIN
CO 1. Rubin
l.'i.'.o Grand Concourse
Bronx. New ^ ork
You. Jl'LlA STEIN, are hereby-
notified that a Bill of Consols Inl
Divorce has been filed against
and you are required to serve a
of vour Answer or Pleading to the
BUI of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney, OEOROE J. TAIOANOPF.
420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. F
Ida, and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk if
the Circuit Court on or be for,
21st day of July. 1>52. If you fad t.>
do so, judgment J>>" default
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the BUI of Complain:
This notice shall he published once
each m*eek for four consecutive '
in THE JEWISH FI.OR1DIAN
DONE AND I IRDERBD at II
Florida, this 20th day of June. A.D.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seall
By R- H. rice. Ji:.
IWputv Clerk
OEOROE J. TAI.1ANOFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
27 7 4-11-1S
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE.
No. 28072
In Re: ESTATE OP
IRVINO <: KOBLET,
To All Creditors and All Personi Hav-
ing Clal l emandi Against
s.inl Estate:
You. and e.uh of you, : hereby
notified and i eojulred to pi
claims and la which
either of you. ma) hai gainst I
of IRVING c, Ki >BLEY, d< -
-. I i ti of Da di C F
Honorabli i
md file thi
n the County (
of the
........
or di manda oni
dress of thi
to and presented ss .i: : sa id, or
ed
Date <
MIRIAM KOBLEY,
As Exi cutrlx of the Last Will
;' "d T. stamen! of
IRVING '1. KOBLET,
Decei ed
Mil.ToN A FRIEDMAN
Atti ne> for Executrix
7 1-11-18-23
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 2S17-B
RE: ESTATE OF
WILLARD S SCOTT. Doe.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO VAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is herebj given that I
filed mi final report and petit for
Kmal Discharge as Admlnlsi
the estate Ol WILL Mil' S SC i T.
. I and that on the Sth
152, will apply to th. i
orabli l RANK B I" iWLINO, C
Judge of Dade County, Florida
oval of sad final report
for fli al .! ii hai ge as Admlnlsi
I WILLARD b .-'
. sed
Ith day of July, I
MARVIN E Si
Admlnieti stot
HARRT ZCKERNICK, ESQ.
\- for Administrator
120 Lit
Mian i ll< a- h, 1 la
I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 151135
EVELYN WHITE, Plaintiff,
vs.
John D. white. Defendant
TO: JOHN D. WHITE
136 Oonnley Avenue
Roosevelt, Long Island
New York.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You, JOHN D. WHITE, are hereby
notified that a Hill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
and you are re-|iiired to ser\c a cony
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney. HENRY NISSEN ItA I 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 day of August. II&S. If you
fail to do so. judgment by default
will be taken against you for the re-
lief demanded in the Bill Of Com-
plaint.
Dated this 2nd day of July, 1932.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade Counti. Florida
By JOHN WEST.
Deputy Clerk
HENRY NrsSE.NBAI.M
Attorney for Plaintiff.
lull S Miami. I da
I/4-11-1S-M
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 150997
LILLIAN BLOCK, Plaintiff
vs.
LEON BLOCK. Ivfcndant
NOTICE BY PUbLICATION
TO: LEON BLOCK.
488 83th Street,
Brooklyn 9. New York.
You are required to servo a copy
of the Answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint upon the plaintiff's attorney.
MORTON ROTHENBERG, 42" Lin-
coln Road. Miami Beach, Florida,
and file the original In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before July 24. 1932; otherwise, said
BUI will be taken as confessed by
you.
this 23th day of June, A.D.
Dated
less,
(Seal)
B P. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
6 21
By R. H RICE JR.
Deputy cietx.
T/4-ll-ll
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COLRT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
NO. 26138
IN RE Esl iti
HI M.ol.r.NK'i. IVCi
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO l.'AKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
N' >Tii "E ini ebj given thai i
mj final
h ui.il I 'i>. h ci;.- Ada
the Estate of ape BIALOLENKI.
and tli.it 1 will on th
da) nl August, ISSS, spplj I
ol the above -' i
of I'ade County, Florida, for
approi .: if eaM final 11 po I t
Hnal dlst barge as Altai as
afoi esald.
Tin* 2nd day of July, 1*
DORA BIALOLENKI,
as Administratrix of the
Esl te of
Alii: BIALOLENKI,
l v ,
NORMAN i: i.yons.
Attorney for aaW Estate
7 1-1--23 8/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious n.i ol
SHERIDAN BARBER SHOP, at I'l
Sheridan Avenue, Miami Bea
tends to registei laid name With the
Clerk of the Circuit Court Of D
County, Florida
LEON
Sole
HARRY B SMITH
I or Applicant
ISO Lincoln Road
7 i-ll-18-23
J HUNTER
i r n> r
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OP/EN I it
the undersigned, desit ing to engage .ti
business under the ficlitioiis na of
UNCLE Mil. TV s COCKTAIL
LOUNGE, at 4301 Collins Ave., in-
tends to register said name with tile
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad*
County. Florida. .,.,.,.
MILTON BACKETT
HARRT B SMITH
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln Rd.
6 27 7/4-11-18
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PEAS AND CARROTS 10 ox.
CHOPPED SPINACH 14 ox.
LEAF SPINACH 14 ox.
CUT CREEN BEANS 10 ox.
French CREEN BEANS, 10 ox.
CREEN PEAS 12 ox.
YOUR
CHOICE
19
KOSHtR STYLt
BOHUtSS
SILVER GRILLE
BARTLETT
Corned
BEEF
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2H CAN
20 Big, Beautiful
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