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

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
OLUME 25Number 30
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JULY 25. 1352
PaiCE: TEN CENTS
h-iiaiii To Draft Command Plans
LONDON (JTA) The Allied Chiefs of Staff have assigned to
tita.n the task of drafting two Middle East command plans, one
ovi ling for Egyptian participation and the other without it, it
, iearned here. It is understood that the United States agreed
, Britain's working out the plans because of British experts' super-
r knowledge of the area. The plans will be rushed to completion I
Ed whichever one seems more feasible will be adopted by the
MeN of Staff.

;.S. Of f iia I Arrives With Agreement
TEL AVIV (JTA) R. Freir, new assistant to American tech-
cal aid coordinator Bruce McDar.iel, arrived here Monday from
e United States with the draft of an agreement covering the
2.000.000 grant recently allocated to Israel by Congress. Mr.
ei i will confer with American Ambassador Monnet B. Davis
Li Premier David Ben Gurion on the new grant.

'ledges To Suppress Anti-Semitism
Rome (JTA) Italian Minister of Interior Dr. Mario Scelba
Ls pledged to assist in the suppression of anti-Semitism in Italy
far as the jurisdiction of his oifice is concerned, it was learned
ire The pledge came following the submission to the Ministry of
Istu-e of a number of suggestions by the Union of Italian Jewish
immunities for punishing persons who incite others to anti-Semitic
; or who commit suoh acts themselves. Fearing a new wave
| anti-Semitism, the Union has appealed to the government to put
jto immediate effect those sections of the new penal code which
Slam to anti-Jewish acts. The code itself will not become legally
lective for a long time to come.

Permitted To Elect Chief Rabbis
ISTANBUL (JTA) The President of Turkey has signed a
ll permitting the Jews of Turkey to hold an election for the po-
Lon of Chief Rabbi, the Chief Rabbinate's office here has been
formed. The Rabbinate immediately began preparations for the
potions to fill the post which has been vacant for 21 years. In
past a Religious Council named a candidate who had to be ap-
oved by the Turkish Government before he could assume office.
Iter the last Chief Rabbi died in 1931 no candidate was approved
| the government. The new law replaces this system with a popu-
election within the Jewish community.

uiununities Hold Conference
LONDON (JTA) There are at present 22 Jewish communities
I all of Bulgaria, it was reported at the first country-wide con-
tence of Jewish communities held since the end of World War II,
tordir-g to information reaching here.

[haplain Receives Bronze Star
NEW YORK (JTA) r The Bronze Star "for meritorious serv-
in connection with military operations against the enemy" has
en awarded to Chaplain Harry Z. Schreiner, who has just com-
^ttd two years of chaplaincy service including ten months in
tria. the National Jewish Welfare Board announced here today,
lere are 92 Jewish chaplains serving in all branches of the armed
Ices ..t home and abroad.'

^legation Seeks To Secure Cash
THE HAGUE (JTA) Informal talks have begun between
del. nations of Israel and Conference on Jewish Claims on how
good delivered by Germany to Israel in behalf of the Confer-
ke will be converted into cash. Bonn has offered the Claims Con-
teruv $107,000,000 in goods, to be delivered in Israel, in settle-
knt of the Conference's demand for $500,000,000 in reparations.

[criiiit Limited Emigration To Israel
I EL AVIV (JTA) A representative of the Immigration De-
rtment of the Jewish Agency left today for Belgrade to prepare
immigration of 300 Jewish families from Yugoslavia to Israel.
[number of immigrant groups are expected to arrive in Israel
t week from North Africa and Persia. The Hungarian Govern-
s approved 129 exit visas for Jews migrating to Israel, the
'roign Ministry announced here today. The announcement
P that the 129 visas came within a total of 3.000 which the Hun-
nan Government agreed three years ago to issue. So far, 2,7J)0
ws have arrived here under this agreement. The spokesman re-
ft1 I 'hat Israel had no r.ews about the immigration picture in
Tnania and Czechoslovakia.
*
[ilnapped French Priest Released
TEL AVIV (JTA) A French priest kidnapped by Syrian
&Pv from Israel territory was released this week following a sharp
leli protest to all United Nations truce supervisory machinery,
priest, Father Pierre Guichau, who was visiting Israel, was
lured by Syrian soldiers in the Lake Kinnereth region near the
ft where the Israeli, Syrian and Jordan boundaries meet. He
I blindfolded and led inside the Syrian lines where he was kept
1 the Israeli-Syrian Mixed Armistice Commission, to which Is-
protested, secured his release.

urt itekuses To Extradite Nazi
[LOS ANGELES (JTA) Andrija Artukovitch, who was charg-
**'"th taking an active role in the extermination of Jews when
dived as Minister of Justice in the Nazi puppet cabinet of
>tia, was set free here today by U.S. Judge Pierson M. Hall,
ruled that there was no basis for granting Yugoslavia's request
| he be returned to that country to face trial. The judge said
extradition treaty under which he was sought was not valid.
i
tutor Talks With Ren Gurion
1-JKRL'SALEM (JTA) Discussions on coordination of the
Vd Jewish Appeal and Israel bond campaigns in the United
ps were held this week by Henry Montor, executive head of the
P campaign, with members of the Cabinet here. Mr. Montor
[separately with Premier David Ben Gurion and Finance Min-
Levi EshkoL A joint meeting of all persons concerned with
problems is expected soon. The Israel bond drive organization
e United States is "striving wholeheartedly" to achieve good
Uons between the drive and the United Jewish Appeal, Mr.
sor told a press conference.
Relations Agencies Ui. Opposes Transfer of Israel Foreign
State Bad Housing Ministry From Tel Aviv To Jerusalem
Causing Distrust
WASHINGTON (JTA) T'-.e the Israel Foreign Office to Jeru-
. United States has notified thejsalem.
|Government of Israel r tni.k we have made our
position known to the Israelis on
Six organizations active in the ,
South declared today t:-!at blight- '.transfer of the Israel Foreign
ed housing is costing the region Ministry from Tel Aviv to Jeru-
a "fearful price" in "distrust.' sa'em. it wss learned here Mon-
fcar. rumor and ultimately open j cla>'
violence." The assertion was I This notice was conveyed to
made in a statement issued joint- ] Israel In an 3ide memoire ore-
ly by the Southern Office of the | sented to the Foreign Ministry
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai i in Tel Aviv. Tne document' ind:-
B'rith. the Catholic Committee
of the South, the Southeast Reg-
ional Oifice of the National As-
sociation for the Advancement of
Colored People, the Southern
Field Office of the National Ur-
ban League, the Southern Reg-
1 ional Council and the Texas
j Council of Negro Orgarizations.
The statement, made public in
(New South, marked the first in-
cated that the U.S. Government j
has no intention at present of
transferring its embassy from Tel
Aviv to Jerusalem.
this matter," a State Department
spokesman said today. Asked if
the Israel Government requested
that the US. Embassy move fro n
Tel Aviv tJ Jerusalem, she of-
ficial replied: "They have not
asked us ta move."
Crude Sulphur Allocated
stance of such cooperation by hu- be a special international regime
man relations agencies in the I for Jerusalem which will not on-
South "Since January 1. 1951. ly provide protection for the Holv
it said "more than 40 bombings piaces but which will be accept-
have been perpetrated in the
South by terrorists and vandals,
and many more have been at-
tempted." Most of these, it add-
ed, have grown out of racial and
religious tensions centering about
Meanwhile, the International
Materials Conference, which has
its seat in Washington today an-
nounced the allocation of 2.200
The aide memoire noted win i long tons of crude sulphur to
concert the Israel announcement | Israel for the second six months
i May 4th regarding tee transfer of l952. T;-is represents the lar-
i of tne Foreign Office to Jeru- gest sngia allocation to Israel
isalem. It said the Unted States i sm the establishment of the
vu! cont.nue to adhere to a pol- |rtata and is considered adequate
I icy insisting that there should '
to meet present reeds.
In presenting Israel's case for
the increased allotment before
".he I.M.C. sulphur subcommittee,
Dr. Ernest Levin. First Secretary
of the Israel Embassy, pointed
.out that the fertilizer plant at
Israel was to.d teat, since the.Haifa BOw has a productive ca_
Jerusalem question is of
able to Israel and Jordan as well
as to the world community.
housing.
Citing the 1950 census, the
statement pointed out that over
three-fourths of the American
cities with the worst housing are
natioral importance, the United
States believes that the United
Nations should have an oppor-
tunity to reconsider the matter
with a view to devising a status
for Jerusalem which would sat-
isfactorily preserve the interests
'I,. rin*?rJ 'paeity sufficient to cover Israel's
entire domestic requirement of
sulphur phospcate provided ade-
quate supplies of crude sulphur
are received.
in the South, and nearly three- 0j t-e wor!d community and the
fourths of the slum hous,ng is oc-1 states directly concerned. There-
cupied by Negroes. fore> tre ajde memoire explain-
"More often than not," it con-led, the United States would not
tinued. "real estate interests and view with favor the transfer of
fearful white home owners have |------------------------------------
joined forces to bar the develop-
ment of suburban expansion ar-
eas for Negroes. Thus, hemmed
in on one hand bv burgeoning
business districts and on the oth-
City To Observe
56th Anniversary
Tne Citv of Miami and the sli-
er by older white neighborhoods ami Women-s Ciub nave planned
Negroes have ciad no choice but _____. .. ^i_u_,
to seek a block-by-block conver- \ Join'- program for she celebra-
sion of the older housing from
white to Negro occupancy. It is
this -desperate transition process
which breeds conflict."
The statement recommended
that Southerners seek better po-
lice handling of housing tensions,
truly representative planning
bodies, new expansion areas for
those inadequately housed, and
more adequate provisions for
slum clearance and public hous-
ing.
tion of M.ami's 56th birthday ani
the club's 52nd birthday on Mon-
day, July 28th. A banquet will
be heid at the Women's Club to
which city officials have been
invited. Ceremonies including a
rrusical program by Caesar L^-
Moraca's band will take place
in Bayfront Park Bandshell that
evening beginning at 7:45. A-
West Germany Offers
$107,000,000 To Settle
Jewish Conference Claim
THE HAGUE (JTA) The
West German delegation to the
negotiations talks here has of-
fered 450.000.000 deutschemarks
approximately $107,000,000 to
the Conference on Jewish Mater
ia's Claims Against Germany to
fettle its global claims against
Germany for $500,000,000.
The Germans would pay this
sum to Israel i- the form of
goods, in addition to the $715,-
000,000 which has been offered
in sett!emnt of Israel's claim
for $1,000,000,000. I? would then
be up to Israel and the Confer-
ence to work out a method for
Israel to pay tre Conference for
the reparation* goods.
Neither members of the Israel
nor of the Jewish Conference del
nong those on the committee ir.
charge of the celebration is Mrs. 'egations would comment on the
Sidney L. Weintraub. I Germans offer.
MAYOR IMPELLITTERI OPENS FIRST ISRAEL EXPOSITION
DEDICATED TO MEMORY OF THE LATE ELIEZER KAPLAN
Rudolf G. Sonceborn. President of the $500.000000 State of Israel Independence Bond drive, and
Mrs. Impellitteri. look on as Hew York's Mayor outs the tape opening the Israel Exposition at
Rockefeller Plasa. For the first time in this country. Israel's industrial products are on csplay.
including hundreds of products from an automo :ile to wines and canned fruits snd vegetables.
Under the sponsorship of State of Israel Bonds, the exposition, following its stay in New York,
will be shown in key cities throughout the country. Both the Mayor and Abba Eban. Israel Am-
bassador to the United States, eulogised the late Deputy Prime Minister (pictured, right) as a "man
who possessed a spirit of self-sacrifice and was devoted to his people." More than' 300 Jewish lead-
ers attended the ceremonies.


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Our UN Newsletter
Bv ARTHUR LEWIS
(Copyright, 1952.- Jewish Telegraphic Agency.
By ARTHUR LEWIS
Aiency. inc.)
Although the anti-Semitic agi-
Uon in Iran should not be ex-
seerated. it has disturbed ob-
servers here in that it has come
not so much from the obviously
Fascist elements in the country
such as the Pan-Iran Party, and
the newly formed Nazi Party, as
! om pro-government newspap-
, ra It is considered to be par-
ticularly regrettable in view of
the fact that the Jews have been
living in harmony among the
Iranian people for many years
some of them can grace their an-
cestry back to the days of Darius
the Gnat. King of Persia.
The Jews in Iran have been
guaranteed equality along with
other subjects of the Shah by the
constitution, and they elect a dep-
uty to the parliament. Only a
short time ago. the representa-
ves ol the Jewish community in
Teheran visited Premier Mossa-
degh and wished him the tradi-
tional "one hundred and twenty
vears of life like the Patriarch
Moses" and pledged him their
support.
The agitation has disturbed
- Jews that they have sent a
ition to the Pi
him 'to take action in
the i institution (ol t te
. untry) and I ti ,:' the
- ted Natioi I ng n end
,1 and anti-S nil
t .: in Iran."
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sentative in Israel was with-
drawn. This was not an official
break in relations because the
representative did not have fun
i diplomatic status, but it was a
backward step. Yet. the Iranian
delegation at the United Nations
has "continued to show a lack 01
hostility, if not friendliness, to-
ward Israel. .
The Feddavin Party has been
Premier Mossadegh's main sup-
rh.it. and at the same time his
I undoing; it has been his staff as
well as the rod which chastises
him Its ultra-religious national-
ism its blind fanaticism, have
prevented any settlement Ol the
Anglo-Iranian oil dispute: and the
Feddavin Party more than any-
one else is responsible tor the
failures of every attempt at con-
ciliation bv the British, bv Presi-
dent Truman's special envy.
Avenll Harriman, and by the
United Nations.
As a result of this refusal to
negotiate, the Iranian economy is
in a parlous state and growing
worse. Pav for civil servants is
late. Unemployment is wide-
spread. Government public works
projects have been suspended.
'l: vemment has used up the
wheat stabilization fund for cur-
rent xpenses and cannol
ps to build up ;
[n ports are lown to a

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Mount Sinai Hospital s Second Annual
Reoort Reveals Expanded Services
to the community of ^J^SSmSA future plans to meet he
OL^eVA'^^SB thii week to members of the
^ough the graphic mediums of photographs, drawing, a, d
charts the 32-page booklet, print-
ed in blue on a white background
and prepared by the Public Re-
lations Department of the Hos-
pital, tells the storv ol Mount
Sinai's erowth in the two years
since it was founded.
The introduction contains mes-
uses from Max Orovitz, presi-
dent of the Board of Trustees, and
Samuel Gertner, Executive Di-
rect,", express the gratitude
of the Hospital to the "
$105,000 by receipts from Mount
Sinai's Jubilee show.
Among the advances made in
f.ci lies oflered and service are
& enlarging of the Emergency
ind Out-Patient Departments and
also the Blood Bank and Cardio-
graphic Laboratory, equipmentof
a physical Medicine and Rehabil-
itation Department, completion
of a new ward for colored pa-
tients, establishment of a School
of Practical Nursing, and the ad-
-m" amiss & cf==^,^
the uncasing efforts to make es.
Of particular note in the book-
let are the pages devoted to
Mount Sinai's teaching and re-
programs in which fields
gnat strides were made during
the past year.
Israeli Cantor On WMBM
Aron Weingarten. cantor and
.composed who recently arrived
ions. Listed are (r(im ferael, wjH appear on Jacob
the Hospital, the Schachter's Jewish Radio Hour
"over WMBM Sunday. July 27th,
at 2 urn._________________
Mount Sinai Hospital one of the
foremost in the Greater Miami
The report records the Hos-
pital's services to the area in
the past year which included tae
admission of 8.052 patients for
a total of 56.585 patient days.
5.086 clinic visits. 7.188 emergen-
cy treatments, and 81.355 labor-
atory examinations. Listed
the officers ol the .
282 physicians on the medical and
surgical staffs, ai the members
of the ad > inistrative staff.
A financial statement for l9ai
I ,| assets of approxi-
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apitol Spotlight
+Jmisti Fhrkllan
PAGE 3
Anti-Semites and other extreme rightists are urging
L Douglas MacArthur to run for the Presidency on
^Nationalist" ticket. He would be supported by "old
lard" Republicans and others violently opposed to
In. Dwigbt Eisenhower.
[MacArthur has still not joined with Republican
Lders who repudiated lunatic fringe elements which
Jlied under the old soldier's banner at Chicago. The
Invention revealed the wholesale emergence of hate-
tongers who rose from the sewers to infiltrate the
Invention hall and leading hotels.
1 MacArthur found that his supporters at the conven-
L included an embarrassingly active group of elderly
ditionists and various Nazi supporters who faded
kav after World War II but emerged in Chicago to
kve themselves far from dead. The MacArthur camp
ts occupied by hundreds of professional anti-Semites
no gathered in Chicago in connection with the GOP
nvention. Some proponents of Sen. Robert A. Taft
serted the Senator after he repudiated hate material
tied against Eisenhower. They all found their way
lo the MacArthur rallies.
|a few minutes after MacArthur spoke in the key-
jte address about a "coming crusade," members of
Irald L. K. Smith's "Christian Nationalist Crusade"
ktributed anti-Jewish propaganda leaflets at conven-
Ln headquarters. The leaflets favored MacArthur and
keared Eisenhower as "Ikie" and "the Swedish Jew."
Iry effective research work in connection with the
fie agitation was done by the non-Sectarian Anti-
Izi League.
MacArthur For President On Nationalist Ticket
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
meeting boasted a letter of greetings from Sen. Herbert
R. O'Connor, Maryland Democrat, who expressed regret
at not being able to come in person. At this meeting
were Conde Meginley, editor of a "Common Sense," a
New Jersey hate sheet; John W. Hamilton, who left the
Gerald L. K. Smith organization to go in business for
himself; Peter Xavier, author of "Rise, America," and
others.
Accusations were made against Sen. Joseph R. Mc-
Carthy at the Van Hyning meeting. The Senator was
accused of "associating" with suspicious people, namely,
officials of the Anti-Defamation League. Mrs. Van Hyn-
ing said McCarthy met with A. D. L. leaders at the
home of columnist George Sokolsky. Sen. Taft was
accused of a "soft attitude toward Communism" be-
caus he repudiated anti-Eisenhower hate material sent
out by Gerald L. K. Smith, Joseph P. Kamp, Gerald
Winrod, and Rbert H. William.
The Van Hyning turn-out included many of the
same people who showed up at the main MacArthur
rally addressed by Lohbeck. Those warmly welcomed
by Mrs. Van Hyning were Elizabeth Dilling, who was
tried for World War II sedition; Col. Sanctuary, who
was described as the "Grand Old Man" of the Nation-
alist movement; F. C. Sammons, of the West Virginia
Anti-Communist League and others.
So much hate material was passed out around the
convention hotels that a majority of all pro-MacArthur
stuff originated among the Nationalists. They pushed
aggressively into the Republican convention structure
and made themselves very much at home.
Don Lohbeck, chief lieutenant of the Smith organ-
ization and editor of "The Cross and Flag" took over
tne principal MacArthur rally after he was introduced
as an honored guest speaker. Lohbeck denounced the
LnnsVnaters' in the Truman administration before
the crowd of 500 persons assembled in the Gold Room
of the Congress Hotel. Large envelopes of MacArthur
promotional matter, printed by Gerald L. K. Smith's
presses, were distributed to the crowd.
The principal MacArthur campaigning was con-
ducted in Chicago by two "Nationalist" conventions
which met several days before the GOP officially con-
vened. Approximately 200 delegates from various "pat-
riotic'' groups gathered to plan strategy for the big con-
vention. A rift was caused by the question of how
much overt anti-Semitism should be used and it was
this disagreement which caused the Nationalists to
split into two factions. About 150 were attracted to the
larger meeting which took place at the Atlantic Hotel
under the chairmanship of Mrs. Lyrl Van Hyning, head
of 'We the Mothers Mobilize for America, Inc." Mrs.
Van Hyning said she felt she could not expose the
Communist "secret government" without mentioning
Felix Frankfurther, Anna Rosenberg, and Herbert H-
Lehman.
Joseph Beauharnais, leader of the White Circle
League which figured in anti-Negro rioting at Cicero,
presided over the smaller gathering. About 50 delegates
of hate organizations attended his meeting. Beauharnias
said main emphasis should now be placed on "white
supremacy" rather than on the "Jewish question." This
)l Schwartz
liami Pioneer,
ited On Birthday
In a garden setting at the home
|M ml Mrs. Isador Fine, 610
I 21st Road, on Sunday, a re-
ption honoring a long-time Mi-
li nt, Mr. Sol Schwartz.
hi lil in celebration of his
h I ii thday.
Sreeting the 250 guests, in ad-
linn to Mr. and Mrs. Fine, son-
llaw and daughter of Mr. Sch-
ITtz, were his other children.
and Mrs. Jack Schwartz, son

Sol Schwartz
daughter-in-law; Mr. and
Nathan Schwartz, son and
Ighter-in-law; two daughters,
p Ida Schwartz, of Miami, and
Arthur R. Schwartz, New
tans. Unable to be present
p his son-in-law, Arthur
prartz, and son and daughter-
^w. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R.
|w;ut/, of Tampa.
ne honor guest has lived in
Imi since 1915 and is a found-
|meniber of Beth David Syna-
Ue. He has five grandchildren
"ding Louis Fine, Miami; Pfc.
fn Schwartz, at present in
ea with the Engineer Supply
Miss Marcella Schwartz,
Rungton; and Robert Jay and
[gd Schwartz, of Tampa.
Services Held Sunday
For Mrs. Rose Temple
Hundreds of friends and
mourners gathered Sunday at
Riverside Memorial Chapel to
pay last tribute to Mrs. Rose
I Temple, long time resident.
Mrs. Temple died Saturday
| night following a t'.iree-day ill-
' ness. She had recently celebrat-
, ed her 86th birthday at a party
: in her home given by her daugh-
ter. Miss Elsa Alyza Temple. Her
residence was 1759 SW 21st St.
Mrs. Temple was the widow of
Dr. I. A. Temple, who held a rab-
binate in Dover. N.J., and other
cities. They had also made their
home in Palestine from 1930 to
1936.
Widely-known in Greater Mi-
ami for her numerous charitable
and philanthropic interests, Mrs.
Temple, who made it a practice
to recite prayers three time a
day, was an active member of
1 the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation, Congregation Beth-El
Sisterhood, the Hebrew Academy,
j Jewish Home for the Aged, and
Greater Miami Hebrew Free
Loan Society. She was prominent
I in the active work of Hadassah,
I National Home for Jewish Child-
i ren in Denver, the Jewish Con-
i sumptive Relief Society, Yesh-
I iva University, Cerebral Palsy
j Association, and Jewish Nation
| al Fund. She was active in the
Gulden Age Group of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Community
Center.
Funeral services were at 3 p.m.
] Sunday. Officiating clergymen
I included Rabbi Dr. Shmaryahu
T. Swirsky, Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff and Rev. Maurice Mam-
ches. Mrs. Temple is survived
by Elsa, Charles and John; and
a grandson, Ralph Jason, 19-year-
old scholarship student at the
University of Miami.
Interment took place in Mount
Sinai Cemetery, in the section
reserved exclusively for Sab-
bath observers.
Fishman Visits
Shoe Factories In
Israel During Trip
JERUSALEM (Special) Is-
rael's growing shoe industry got
some helpful hints last week from
Greater Miami's top Israel Bond
salesman and a one-time Ameri-
can leader in the designing of
women's footwear.
Here on an inspection tour of
factories established with aid of
the $500,000,000 State of Israel
Bond Drive, Jacob Fishman, of
5334 LaGorce Drive, Miami
Beach, earned his trip to the
young republic as a reward for
selling $80,000 in Israel Bonds to
neighbors and friends.
Accompanied by Mrs. Fishman,
the prize winner inspected a
string of new projects springing
up in the new Jerusalem indus-
trial area, including a stop-off at
a modern shoe manufacturing
firm. During his visit to the
shoe firm, Mr. Fishman was
greeted by the firm's directors
and workers.
A veteran shoe designer, the
Floridian inspected various Is-
Iraeli shoe styles, offered sugges-
j tions on new models and handled
the company's latest pieces of
' machinery.
Commenting on his tour, Mr.
Fishman said that "every one of
us in America who bought Israel
Bonds should be proud of the
fact that he or she had the op-
portunity to participate in this
sister republic's historic achieve-
ment of building a bastion of
democracy in the strategic Mid-
dle East."
Accountants Honored
Two Miami accountants have
been elected to the American
Institute of Accountants, nation-
al professional society of certi-
fied public accountants. The new
members are Harold S. Bam-
berger, 80 NW 34th Avenue, who
conducts his own firm, and Stan-
ley D. Cohn, 1035 SW 3rd Street,
a partner in the firm of Levine
and Cohn. Mr. Bamberger and
Mr. Cohn are both members of
the Florida Institute of Certified
Public Accountants and hold
'CPA certificates from the State.
[tional Council Announces Scholarship
rpetual Memorial To Sylvia Williams
phe Greater Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish
Pen has established a scholarship in the name of Mrs. Nat L.
pams. The loan scholarship, to be known as the Sylvia Williams
onal Scholarship, was announced in a resolution expressing
treat loss to the membership and the community in Mrs. Wil-
'I' ath.
'1rs. Williams was a past president of the Miami Section of
Ml and her outstanding leadership qualities benefitted many
groups, Jewish and non-Jewish throughout the community,
resolution stated. At the time of her death she was president
e Children's Service Bureau,
answering the demand of those wishing to honor Mrs. Wil-
. the Council Section decided that a scholarship would be a
fs perpetual memorial. The scholarship will be offered at the
P'sity of Miami where Council already has five students par-
T urn ln lts scholarship program. All contributions received in
I Williams' name are being directed to the fund, and further
tibutions may be sent to Council Office, 135 NW Third Ave.
Ahavas Israel Plans
New Synagogue Building
Ahavas Israel Synagogue, or-
ganized and founded by its spir-
itual leader, Rabbi Isaac H. Ev-
er, less than a year ago has pur-
chased a corner lot and building
on Miami Beach. Mr. Harry Kap-
lan, president of the congregation
announced that plans are under
way to build the new synagogue
belore the High Holidays.
Mr. Kaplan also stated that a
goal of $150,000 has been set
for the building fund. Tl%e tem-
porary house of worship and of-
fices of Ahavas Israel are located
at 7135 Byron Avenue, Miami
Beach.
ye>CWHCe^
350 Lincoln Road
Suit* 302 Phone 5-5419
Entrance on Washington At*.
ocuusrs
PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED
LENSES AND FRAMES
DUPLICATED
LARGE SELECTION IN
LATEST STYLES
Jotting down some facts and figures on Israel's industrial ex-
pansion. Jacob Fishman is shown on an inspection of one of a
chain of Israel Bond-aided factories in Israel.


FAGE 4
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FRIDAY, JULY 25
15521
EDITORIAL
Th Bade Awakening
The heat oi the current Dei inven-
tion ^ Chiccgo seems tc more
lhan nud-westera Bummei s. As a
the past two Presidential sflairs, the northern
civil rights plonk has split the allegiances c.
celeccie; to the. detriment of national prestige.
It was oood to see Texas liberal :c:ces ir
caucas t<
Allan Shive:s
:rr.: stand
tend against
Governor
L~-
syroeni rracuces.
reactionary feeling toward Fair
Maury Maverick launch-
ed
4 ir-
on a
cictrire directed ~*
anhquated
Bouthern attitudes thai would have cent' justice
to any cr.e of the r.-v.ic:-. 3
This glimmer c
ze en
Foundinq Fathers.
forward-thinking sc;:ci mod-
err., ty was especially excellent ... tig it of 3erra:-
Governoi Herman Talmadge's rrev.cus cvrwr:
that his state would have no pert in handing eve:
the country to Negroes. The Honorable Gover-
nor's words were somewhat less honorable.
.-.car: bom the bittei civil rights strife which
wracked the Convention ecrly this week how-
ever, almost no -ace of infantile hysteria was
jrieser.: among delegates tc remind observers ct
the Repub'.iccr. meeting seme three weeks ecr-
lier. Further, it seerr.s that the Democrats hed
considerably mere to say end in positive fash-
icn, about their national cr.d .r.terr.cticnol plans.
Most obvious was discussion about the United
Nations. Principal women leaders 0: the Pcrty,
including Mrs. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, spoke
in glowing terms when they referred to future
world unity cr.d American abandonment oi a
deleterious isolationist policy. It wes neverthe-
less unfortunate that more truthful references to
the states cf the North Atiar.t.c Treaty Crgcr.izc-
1:cn and tc Germcny's democratic renaissance
were not made.
It can do little ccod tc: US leadership tc
whistle in the dark. It is worse when the nation s
citizenry is led dewn the road c: distorted fact
in the name cf European strength end conviction.
When the Mesdam.es Eugenie Anderson, India
Edwards and Elecncr Roosevelt spoke cf German
cooperation with Frcnce end the '.Vest they were
Stating only half-truths.
We have written often enough .n these
columns about German Nec-Nccnsm. Passage
by the Austrian Parliament cf c law restoring
property and civil rights to seme 34.00C forme':
Nazis recently is c case in point fraitinnsil
shameless wooing by all political elements m
the German sphere as well cs on en .ntem ~ crrl
level, of such Nazis indicates that they e the
dominant force m the Reich's new orientation.
Further misinformation prcpacctec by VS
leadership, whether in political convention c:
ctherwise, can only brino the nation s atizens
to c subsequent rude awakening regarding a
situation for which it will hardly be creocrec!
A JOYFUL SUMMER !
A Symbol of Faith
A people's culture and trcdition is more than
evident both in the nature and frequency of its
memorials and festivities. Most Jewish commem-
orative events are positive in their aspect as they
bespeak fruitful intellectual and historic events
and as they prophesy hope for redemption in the
future.
Tisha b Ab the ninth day of the Hebrew
month cf Ab occurs this year on Thursday, July
31st and .5 a notable exception to general Jew-
ish optimism. Many infamous deeds, striking at
he roots cf Jewish security over a period of more
than two m.llenic occured en this date, observed
as a day oi fasting.
Both Temples were destroyed on Tisha b'Ab,
be irs- by the Eabylonians in 586 BC. and the
e-:cnd by the Romans in 70 CE. Jews were ex-
pe.le-d from England, arrested in France, fled
from the inquisitions in Spain and forced into
Mount Sinai
The proof of any organization's proqressiv I
growth lies in its constant MttappraisaL Mount!
Sinai Hospital is an example of such an organijj
tion which has been as busily engaged with thJ
matter of moving forward scientifically end
daily as it has been with turning about to vi
the past.
This method of hindsight has been used
excellent advantage by the hospital as en ind
of its rapid stride toward making Mount Sin
one cf the South's finest medical centers
recently published Second Annual Report ia
cates the hospital's successful movement in
direction.
The publication's statistics indicate that Moid
Sinai's present facilities, made available in twjl
years of operation, far exceed what was oric
ally anticipated. The hospital's phenomei
growth is most clearly demonstrated in its c
rent building program on adjacent Collins Ii._
Originally calling for a 120-bed establishment^
fulfill the proviso of 1948, when the site was tur
ed over to Mount Sinai, the program now und
study plans for a 257-bed building.
Meanwhile, the hospital continues its research!
in the fields of cardiology, pathology, otolaryngoll
ogy, radiology, as well as in many others. In]
Nursing School, having already received national
accredit, already graduated students into profes-fl
sional work and is in the process of training!
more. Recognizing the needs of Negroes in thil
crea, Mount Sinai has added a reputable Negrol
physician to its staff and has established a cHnicj
for them.
Noteworthy is the hospital's embarking upas!
the study of geriatrics the science cf dealing!
with and treating aged persons. GratifyinghJ
Mount Sinai moves forward, the community'^
trust in its competence more than fulfilled, tbtl
hospital's scientific and social awareness ev|
expending.
Italian ghettoes on this date. Other example)!
cbound.
It seems that the non-Jewish world placet!
special importance on Tisha b'Ab as a day far]
treacherous action. But the yearly memorial d\
this mournful period has not been without ill
pleasant vindication. Jewish optimism has gam-l
ed a final triumph in the establishment of Is
Tisha b'Ab remains as a symbol of faith in -
demption and of hope that never cave way
despair.
Simonhoff Leave Of Absence Elicits
Regrets From Floridian Readers
-What's Cooking-
The offices cf the Jewish Flon
iian were beseii.....
By TERRY ELMAN
Z pyright 1952. Jewish Tele-
Agency. Inc.)
Did v u know that producer
In his column last week he asked for aigsest ru -- : id "vas b cf his book whk
NY. September
1911"
2 young chicks (3 lbs. each)
2 tablespoons fat
12 mushrooms, cleaned and
peeled
One-fourth finely diced onion
One tablespoon Hour
One-half cup white wine
One stalk celery
2 sprigs parsley
1 piece bay leaf
Thyme, salt and pepper to taste
One egg yolk
ery, parsley, bay leaf ;.nd thyn
Cover pan partially and
slowly for one-halfor un
chicken is done. Remove chic
to heated platter. Also remo
herbs. Mix the egg yolk with I
soup stock and add to this son
of the liquid from the pan.
ing it gradually. Turn off heal
and pour egg mixtu:t into pal
liquid. Mix and pour this sautfl
and ;t sounded right to me. and 1 t **.* ^ ta
perhaps It will you, 1 n your
another si. that sch
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suitable to you:
-Destination The World"
I trust that your book will en-
joy great success and that ;efore
long your most unusual ad
stimulating travelogues and ar-
ticles will appear in -he FI
ian.
ELLA BECKERMAN
I a-d
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the
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FRED K. SHOCHET
editor and PuDlnW
LEO M1NDLIN
Nw Edltir
- we!! H of most of
wrote on local. natioBai an,
i problexs. (As ;.
Nig
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Cord::- J -.N-.th Miami. SatGrday ev-
to be held at the
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bowling
season.
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FRIDAY. JULY 25. ,
VOLUME 25 NUMB"
AS 3. 5752


frpiDAY, TL'LY 25, IS52
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PAC
31 Says "Misleading Impression11
loused By Council Announcement
p|, announcement of the.dcnce to the charge t:.at there
,7, wish Federations has been ;, power drive on the
Funds on con.mun- ; part of the professional welfare
l. ;> the report of the fund directors to assume leader-
E. St:: lies Committee of,.ship in this field as well as in
Community Rela- ,..,.,. eommunal endee
visory Committee ere- ... ,_.
leading impression" 'Weue funds rah aey for
out by the facts, it e Rational agencies by agr
k '
ree-
id today by the Anti- ment. In no instance have l'
League o: B'nai agreements ever included the
..... 't of the welfare funds to
Beth Jacob Announces
Selection of Cantor
Congregtlion Beth Jacob an-
nounces the selection of a new
for the 'yrngogue. Can-
tor A;. n>n V.'< U .of Israpli
utracti >n, v ill i tiant the
u'' : tor t i i -i ti i .. :.; Beth
Jacob tonight and torn
morning, a to Mr. Moi
ii. Prank, : ..; of the
:jreg;.tion.
,,, H f::'-tein, national director possibly accept the dictates of
the League in a letter to the the Council of Jewish Federa-
! that "those com-!tions and Welfare Funds, and in-
fcurJtv groups with voting ppw- deed, it is doubtful that most
W at the plenum of the NCRAC"
have given r.o "wave of approv-
to the report, but have in-
welfare funds think of themselves
in such a role. Under no circum-
stances, would the Anti-Defama-
tead shown "a great divergence tion League, for one. be party to
{ viewpoint, with a mapority ; sucn an agreement. It should al-
efir.it.4y not m favor of the so be very clear to you, of course,
eport." ... that a very large proportion, in-
The letter charged that the deed the major proportion of
taff o the CJFWF and some of ADL funds, are not derived from
be leading welfare directors who welfare fund sources."
members of the Large City
Budgeting Conference have in-
terfered With eftorts to reach an
tmicar.;-' solution and a reason-
able organization of community
{stations work."
Tl fought to the last ditch,"
declared, "against the agree-
ment i h was reached at the
n of the NCRAC des-
I i-ition. Since then,
I inity pot has been kept
, p tint by the activities
[ ::\d professionals.
. coming plenum of
| has the opportunity
I i plan which would
..\ effect upon the
nity relations field.
( entered, however.
is of the CJFWF
-lead the Ameri-
nmunity and drive for power and
I
"Wi
" the letter con-
I)r. Robert Gray son
Elected As Fellow
Dr. i; t Grayson, 612 71st
mi Beach, has been
t fellowship in the
mei.. '. i lemy of Pediatrics.
To ble for membership
i tin ty a doctor, after com-
internship, must have
leas! '.ve years ot infant and
cializition. He must
i pa.-s i xaminations given by
.n Board of Pedi-
; which he may be
Fellow upon applica-
JNF Will Award
Six Trips To Israel
The Jewish National Fund will
award six round trips to Israel
to the holders of the blue-and-
white boxes containing the lar-
gest amount, it was announced
this week. Eligible for the a-
wards are holders of boxes yield-
ing $15.00 and over. The awards
will cover tourist fare by boat
and will be distributed on a reg-
ional basis with one award each
going to the Pacific Coast, the
Southern States, the Midwest.
New England and the Basti rn
Coast and two to New York. The
names of the winners of the a-
wards will be announced in Sep-
tember, 1952.
In addition to awards in the
iorm of trips to Israel, awards in
the form of Israel products (tot-
teret ha'aretz) will be given to
'hose whose boxes yield Si0.00
snd over.
The Commission on the JNF
White-ard-Blue Box under the
hairmanship of Mrs. Israel Gold-
stein is now considering ways
and means of distributing Jew-
ish National Fund boxes in half
a million Jewish homes, stores,
institutions and industrial estab-
lishments.
Scrip To fiKracl
A iii ounces Xew
iiitt Pa<*kages
Irving Jaffe. executive vie"
president of Scrip to Israel, his
announced that the company will
now sell four different types of
Kosher food packages in addition
to the Scrip Certilicates, ex-
changeable in their ten Israel
stores for food, drugs and toilet
articles on a self-selection basis.
The new packages have been
prepared to meet the demands of
those who prefer to send stan-
dardized food gifts to friends and
relatives in Israel. Home appli-
ances will also continue to be
sold.
The new packages come in
four sizes; the economy at 9.80.
standard at 15.25. family at 19.50
ard the super at 27.50. All will
contain food items in great de-
mand and short supply in Israel
such as meat, dairy products,
fruits, sugar, sardines, etc. In
addition to these packages, Mr.
Jaffe stated that there will be
over 100 items to choose from.
The company's Miami agents
are' the Miami Beach Israel Zion-
lijt District. Room 510, 420 Lin-
coln Road, and Hairy J. Sonz,
1595 Washirgton Avenue, Miami
Beach.
Two local hospitals were the recipients recently of additional
giants from the Miami Chapter of the American Heart Associa-
tion for the extension of research dedic3ted to ailments of tha
heart. Seen above is Max Orovitz, president of the Board of
Trustees of Mount Sinai HosDilal. accepting a Sl.OOO check on
behalf of the Hospital from Dr. Earl R. Templeton, former presi-
dent of the Heart Association, while Mrs. Paul D. Bromberg. a
member of the Association's Board of Directors, looks on. Funds
will be allocated to Mount Sinai Hospital's extensive research
program being planned on heart disease and sicknesses associated
with old age to be conducted under the director, of Dr. Maiuica
Lev. Director of Research and Laboratories. Mr. Orovitz stated.
The Miami Heart Institute WM the second local institution to re-
ceive such a grant at this time.
Mrs. Simon Is Host At Desssr* Party Wednesday
To climax its successful me-T.- Road Coral Gables, on July 30th,
bcrship dr.ve the Coral Gables from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Siitrrhood will hold arf evening Community newcomers, new
dtsseit party, at the home of Mrs and prospective members are in-
Sivmnur Simon, 3309 Anderson
Miamicms Enjoying Stay
At Lakeside Inn. Carolina
Enjoying the summer at Lake-
side Inn. Kendersonville, N.C.,
are many Greater Miainians.
Among t'.".e gui'sts this week
are Mr. and Mrs. Beh Zion Gins-
burg, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Sch-
warzman, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Pallot and daughter, Barbara.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Covin, Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney Posner. Mr. and
I Mrs. Louis Richman and Mr. and
| Mrs. H. J. Cole.
Lakeside Inn, which operates
on the American Plan, is owned
land operated by the Segal broth-
I ers, Stanley, William and Norton.
it::,
f
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Gershon Miller To Present
Rabbi Shapiro At Luncheon
Rabbi David Shapiro will be
guest speaker at the weekly lun-
cheon meeting of Miami Beach
approval of the execu- Lodge, No. 1591. B'nai B'rith,
Tuesday. July 29th. 12:15 p.m..
at the National Hotel. His topic
will be "Is a Jewish Day School
Necessary?"
Members and friends are in-
vited to attend. Gershon S- Mil-
ler is chairman of the Luncheon
Committee.
w
Th >ent membership of
: outstanding pedi-
". the Academy are
lited States, Canada
America.
W*
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v.
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JEWISH VARIETY HOUR
VMBM 800 on your Dial
Every Sunday from 2 to 9
The lewigh Philosopher"
Wednesday 8c Friday at
11 a.m.
rTT U90 on your Dkxl
fy Sunday from 9i30 11 a.m.
Jacob Schachter
Director
NORMAN R. LYOHS
"caster ana H ..Uriel
Narrur
Obituaries
NATHAN QOUDBERG
::'. of M0 ith Street. Miami Beach,
paaeed away at his residence on Sat-
,,i ii.. is survived bj hla wl e.
Uussle, and brother. Mr. Ooldbera
came here 12 years ago torn W
H ,Nk x .1 Ber\ i' ea were held .it
. j..i.i .., Mi iml Beai h Chapel
meat folloVad In Mt, Neb i Cemetei
b \ MCEI. HEBOI 0
II, of 150 NH lire Street, pas- -l awaj
laal iraeJi Bervlcea held M""-
.< |n tha Oordon Puneral I hapei
with Intermeni In Mt Nebo ''"'-
u-'v. Mi Harold who leave* three
.;>.. hK'ludlne Macs and J<
b, and dauahter, came here
,|, years ko '""' -N' ^ork nnrt
... ,, i, tired bicycle mechanic.
MORRIS "MrTtKAY- i.i:\ini:
u of 1111 SW nth Terrace, paaaed
av suddenly July i-th ..i Ms real-
,,,,.,. ,|, |, survived b> hla wi-y
l.'av Services were h-hl,"' T'\'
Utim\ Riverside." Wert Mf>M|
t 10th Avenue. Intel ment followed
in Ml SlnaJ femetery.
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FRIDAY, JULY 25.
"Between You and Me9'

By BORIS SMOLAR
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COKMUNA^ CONFLICTS:
Thfc n be seen from 1
Tenner David Be:- Gurion
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lers H Mi Ben Surioi
it effective, the i ntens s
forbol tely. Mr. BenG that in N
York.l pei tense activil the UJA -
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H Brock Center. Vice President. Industrial and Personnel
o .?.'.. rern Air Lines, is shown reading an executive mem-
Relat.sns Eastern A.rL.ne Rickenbacker, President and Gen-
Cra"M^,^Et?e?n Air Lines, announcing distribution by the
^r^nv t9o all of its Supervisory Personnel of the "Primer on
con-.Fany to ail oi iis o p j reedom Pamphlet pre-
fSb^AJSiiSL&"lSK of B'nai Brith, Also shown
fre leM Gilbe J Balkin. Florida Director. Ant.-Defamat.on
Leaoue ard r"ht Sanford M. Swerdlin. member of the Flor.da
kDL ExecutiveCommittee. Captain Rickenbacker. .n his memor-
?SS- a-vs-ed that the ADLs "Primer on Communism con-
,;;.; 3 r-.cs: complete ar.d detailed explanation about the Com-
------5. movement. Communist strategy, ana other information on
Communism which should be of great interest and help to all of
.-"-".' oersonnel of Eastern Air Lines." Captain Riclcen-
:;V-a- -e, meeds to the supervisory personnel that. 'It is my
sincere wish that you study this booklet carefully and use it to
i r*-r: ability.
laVcl CroNM Asks
For VolunlMrN
Drivers. rru ptioni-ts and t
ists an needed at once by
Dade County Chapter oi a,
American Red Cross, 5020 Bis
eaytja Blvd., to replace many"
the refular volunteers who J
nut o' town. '
Motor Service needs men u
women with drivers' lieonsec .
I drive Red Cross cars to L
places as the Cardiac Childre"
Home, Veterans Hospital andi
transport the blind, according .
Mrs. Denton Harrington, thiJ
man. W
Mrs. Ritter Levinson. chairn
of the Staff Aides Service
for volunteers with or witha
business training.
Mrs. J. Rilcy Staats. chairn
of the Service Groups, states t
even though volunteers can in
but one morning or afternoon]
week, their assistance will
welcomed. Interested per*.
are asked to call the Chapter!
80-6661.
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PAGE 7
ersonolly Speaking...
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Millstone, of 152 NW 43rd Place, are
Leitaining guests from their home3town, St. LouiP, Missouri, In-
tiding Mr. and Mrs. J. Handshear, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Hendin
Ld family from Clayton, and Mr. and Mrs. D. Bistrow from St
US' *
Guests at Edgewater Manor, Hendersonville, N.C., include
s. Nathan Dubler and children, Sharon and David, Mr. and
s. Harry Barnhard, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weintraub, Mr. and
Hs. Abe Haiduck and children, Neal and Janice. Mr. Joseph
; Jacobson is proprietor of the mountain resort.
* +
Lt. and Mrs. Harvey Stahl, of Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., an-
bunce the birth of a daughter, Dianne, on July 21st, at Doc-
ks Hospital. Mrs. Stahl is the former Sarita Shulman. The
landparents are Mr. and Mrs. Moris Shulman, 1230 SW 2nd
Ivenue, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stahl. 5161 SW 4th St
* M
Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, North Carolina, annouhc-
j the following new vacation arrivals from Miami: Mrs. Max
Dffman, Mrs. Morris E. Greene, son Richard and daughter
bncy, Mrs. Julius Gaines, Mrs. C. Kirby Smith, and Mr. and
|rs. Leo E. Elliott.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. G. Kalmonson, 642 Michigan Avenue, were
Iven a farewell party at the Workman's Circle and Women's
Tub, 25 Washington Avenue. Amona those present were Mr.
Ld Mrs. H. Spivack, Mr. and Mrs. K. Tishler, Mr. and Mrs. L
fald, Mr. and Mrs. I. Cohen, Mr. Harry Abromovitz, Mr. J.
Lntov and Sonia Roseman. The Kalmonsons are leaving for
| northern vacation.
* *
Miss Nettie Oster has returned to New York following a
kcation at the Ritz Plaza Hotel, Miami Beach. While here she
Cs entertained by her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
i Oster, of Miami, and their son, Ira
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zeientz, 337 NE 28th Street, have re-
kned to Miami followinq a vacation spent in New York, where
ty stopped at the Barbizon Plaza Hotel. On their return trip
by visited their children in Silver Spring, Md.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Alvin F. Gardner left Sunday for a two weeks'
Ration in Jamaica, B.W.I.
* *
A party honoring Mrs. L. Tishler was given at the Ambas-
dor Cafeteria Sunday by the Women's and Men's Divisions
I the Workmen's Circle Club No. 692. Mrs. Tishler has left
a vacation in New York, Detroit and the Catskill Moun-
ns, New York.
* *
Following his graduation magna cum laude from Harvard,
p Jay Greenberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Greenberg,
B7. Lenox Avenue, Miami Beach, is at home for the summer.
[graduate of Miami Beach High School, Mr. Greenberg, en-
ged in research in the field of genetics at Harvard where he
1 continue his studies in the medical school in the fall.

Harbafa Ann Gould
Becomes Bride Of
.Joseph Coplon
United in marriage Sunday at
the Shelborne Hotel were Bar-
bara Ann Gould, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Gould, 1369 N
Venetian Way, and Joseph c.
officiated at the ceremonies.
The bride, who was given in
marriage by her father, wore a
gown of nylon tulle and chantilly
lace, featuring a sheer yoke with
lace applique. Her bouffant skirt
ended in a train, and her four-
tired veil fell irom a lace cloche.
She carried white orchids.
Miss Gould was attended by
her sister, Mrs. Albert W. Stern,
of Champaign, 111., attired in yel-
low net with lace-edged over-
skirt. She carried blue delphin-
ium and yellow carnations with
touches of talisman red.
The Misses Maxine Ende. Sue
Goodman and Fred Brugcman,
gowned the same as the matron-
of-honor, were bridesmaids. The
groom chose Frank Dempsey for
his best man. Ushers were Mor-
ris Gwin, Buddy Copeland and
Edward Levi. Mrs. John R. Pros-
ser was soloist.
The bride is a graduate of
Stephens College; the groom of
Ohio State University.
The newlyweds are now
spending their honeymoon in
New Orleans and Grand Lake,
Colorado.
Dr. Spector Discusses Health
Harold Shapiro, Commentator
on the radio program. "People's
Problems", has invited Dr. S.
Jonathan Spector, local physic-
ian, to discuss the subject, "Are
We Building a Healthy Nation?"-.
Sunday, July 27th, 1:15 p.m., over
Station WINZ.
Mrs. Joseph C. Coplon
Coplon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl
M. Coplon, Columbus, Ohio. Dr.
Jacob Kaplan and the Rev. Julius
Mark, uncle of the bridegroom,
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FRIDAY, JULY 25,
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"&ttictl* J Veijklou
HELEN ALPERT
lei us kill thai flatttrln* notion becauM, I b.uih.ng.y
_ it wzsn'l until now I learned s.-.c s :ne rr.ot.-.t c. u- "H
orites the belovec Judge Ted Nelson and h;s Judy) of Bay Kar
^wKm*. Nelson (if you re from this at.
sffa !# a
toPouShkeS e, : V, ar.d the third sen who's present,;, at OCS
in Cotambus Ge^. ^.^ ^ fcw JirsJ s_muei M
goli. who just rated a page-feature in Mui.c.l Couner OB M.
Fining of c?era stars: and hopped cvEr to Dr. Otto Her... to rip
p^e the ivories and extract some critical ccmrnents from ...rn .
What he said was: Even the mistakes ycu think you re going|te
make will sound artistic!" Er. Hit. I be hsve. will fc..enticed
down here seen by the Kormar.dy School*! Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Kuiermar., iherr.se>es music and art lovers. .
Mrs Nelson, devoted Irv ard the family have been our
dents for 15 years. Starting new. she's really set th ipans ana
8Pa VACATIONEDS' MAIL brings a postcard field of poppies from
Dorothy Fink in I Los Angeles sht says not 1 al t.us
to the Chamber ol Commerce) the n .. stu Colt rad ryj i -
from Kit Keats and Ruth Schaffncr and a sky-view < : tn<
west from Helen G. Sutin. Mai i n< mi for all of mem.
BEHIND THE SCENES' fascination coxes from BctnarniN
Pauiine Hochtman ol Hatiie Cerr.egie's organisation. Paulino
vivacious brunette was coming dewr. its imposing front stair-
case wiih a cropped hairdo the staff was admiring whin, like
i>.al. a strange voice said. "It's beautiful." Pauline turned and
found herself bsir.g admired by M.tltae Dietrich She's on
limilBZ close torms j.-:ih Tailco Ear.l-.head. a sclid Carnegi? cus-
tomer. Gertrude Lawrence, and others: and a'.moit r.eve.- gets
bedazzled any mere! She's in t! S I ip.
Inci r.tally, Sol 1 i is that wizai l-with-ideas. o: Waym
Liqu r,
i
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nevei th me, s I ear hip
bu; it's revclui ppea]
little set .. i
ev r.ing ". Meat '. ut to a .
._._ > ... 1.
MissTercsc Ann Blumberg Engaged
To Al "Flip" Rosen, Baseball Star
Of particular interest to baseball fans is the announcement J
"' ,,, between Miss Tcrese Ann Blumberg of Dothan i, 1
', a and Albert Leonard "Flip" Rosen, of Cleveland, Chio a J
in New Orleans and the Uni'ven
iber of Alpha Epsilon Phi Si rorit
, of Miami orchestra, Miss BlunfbeJ
Beared "n many USO programs.
. J A_ ^!. no n nl
Sophie Newcomb College in I
Miami, where she was a memb
vocalist with the University <
i meml er ol Pi Lambda .
Dunn;; Hi" war "Flip" served as Lieutenant in the navy.
In addition tc playing on the Cleveland Indians, Mr. Rosen a
.,:,,.,, with the Ed Shapiro Advertising Co., Inc., ol New Yoril
and also appears daily on a radio show with Bob Lemon of til
Indians over station WJW. Cleveland.
The wedding will take place in Dothan in OcioDei.
r.tally, Sol 1 i is that wizai l-with-ideas. o: W iym
iquor, the Publickei ries. Due to ... ; u
t-those rot pir.ts", you nol
epart; the hip-] kel fli
ttan
... te the Essex Houst
ei IS to Terry S ng. Carol
the Dei 's list in Queens ( ..- .. .
the home
our wcr.c. tax, L,:c.-nensiem Biro u presenting an unusu
in psstel which he calls "The Mora Lisa of Flciida."
I understand that ore of his paintings now hangs in
of the Irving Lehrrrians.
If you'd liks to reach him and I know he'd be delighted,
just to hear your friendship! he's living at 202 SW 7th Ave.....
fr/*iTTTitT re.
super-
half-
ing
d the
Ann
are doing well, and New England. .
NOTE: *
Expressions of sympathy have been pouring into the home of
Elsa Temple; her mother died Saturday night.
ON THE BEAT:
Leaving around August 1st to join Florence r,d the k:ds
and Sparky? a north is Eill Glick Fast flight from Hartford,
r here Mighty huge and g.,lj
er during the weekend.
Talianoff Talks
At Forums
The Beach Branch of the
Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center invites the gen-
eral public to the third ;n its
ol Summer Fi rums on
lay evening, July 29t!-.. 8:30
at the Center, 1536 Bay Rd.,
M r.i Be=ch.
Mr. George J. Talianoff, At-
' v ind chairmai Ex-
nittee i : th Fl ir
taxation League, will
.it a review of the I ook
rrouble Makers '.
There will b_- no
- rge.
Miss Xclda Rosin,
"Hurricane Honey,"
To Wed August KMli
The announcement has been
....,; 0f i e app' ach n i
. of Nelda Rosin, daughter of
Mr, and Mrs. San lor Rosin, 1515
Euclid Avi nue, Mi imi Be ich. to
Sidnev I. .1 pi son of Mr.
ar ] Mrs. Sa i Josephi r, lfiH .
lian A' 'in".
j] m Bi C immunity'
(-.... le'ted foi the
;, will t ike pi
it 7 p.m.
! Rosin ?ra lu ite "f Tren-
ii s !. attend-
e New J": ey d Hi to
S is i grad i I
v ... -i -. Si hool of
; .\ h Hon-
N '
1" '
. .. : tn pro-
vtinn of "S
is now a i hei of m..tiii*-
'..: imi Js ks in H
s i l.
M epl duate of Mi-
a i i Bea .. High Si h ol, atten 1-
c i the I'm.' er tj ol Mi in i and
n pri d m ol tv M n i
P ach Alumi ion of the
University. He also attended the
H i v bi d Si I Busini ss dur-
World War II and was commis
- ned a !. ign in the United
Stati Naval Ri i i. e. He is now
: al msnagi r of the Miami
I Sea Food Company.
i
Laurel Court Games Party
The Offinrs Club ol Laurel
.Court No. 11 will hold a games
pa: tv Mondav. Julv 28th. 8 p m .
at 215 NW 4th Street. I.O.O.F.
i Temple. Mrs. Camille Winkel-
i man is r.hairm.n of the affair.
Gamp Ceremony
I'nik's Zukernicks
At ceremonies in the Jewis.'i
clap. 1 at Camp Gordon. Georgia,
two Miami Beach families were
united when 1st Lt Michael C.
Zukernick. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Zukernick. 3134 Sheridan
Avenue, took as his bride Miss
Joan G. Sarasin, daughter of Mr.
and Mis. Thomas L. Sarasin.
" ^i>-".' u^j uui wi t>ui oiii.*
Ccr.n. lanced clonde Enid Kupper h
paity was hosted by Johnnie Feller
Mrs. Volpe To Address Artists
Mrs. Ml :.i V. e will inter-
view Modeste Alloc, Guest Con-
ductor, and Constance Keene.
Pianist, in a rour.d-iable discus-
sion on -Pop" C tits, en Sat-
mday evening, J_:-.- 26tn. at 6:30.
over Stat:on WKAT. Modeste
Alloc and Constance Keer.e will
eppear on the fith ol the "Pop"
Concerts on Sunday, July 2Tth.
Going Formal?
ISBMtt
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that it fre
cleaned, im4
t/ied. prop
fitted.
Complete on
Including shoes
CANTOR & TEACHER
Wishes year-round :- H 31 Hoiida,
pos.titn. anywhert n Florida. Ex.
parltnead :n Itadiny cono-eBa;ensl
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VALUES TO $7.95 VALUES TO SI 1 95
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Following the wedding cer
monies, at which Ch,.; lain l
ard Zim officiated, Mrs. Nat
Jolles. of Augusts. Ga., em_
tained at reception honoring thl
newlyweds.
Israelite Sewing
<>roii|i >l.'-fs
The Sewing group of the I>
raelite Center, Dor.. Stein Sister-
hood, and the F TA will med
every Monday, at 1 p.m., at
Center, 3198 SW 241 T> r:.
1 the chairman, Mrs. Irving Sp
I ling, has anr.oun
Anyone Interested : xvifld
weleome to join. All cloth
sewn by this group .'.-.il be 1
at the Bazaar to
cember. Co-chain: the
/. ar eommitt e BeJ
KatZ, Mrs. Murray rks. yJ
lHany "Buck'' SU nan ..il|
. Mrs. S. L. Cohen.
Mm. .Michael Zukernick
The bride atunded the Uni-
versity of Miami where she was
a member of Phi Sigma Sigma
sorority. Lt Zukernick, who was
commissioned to his present rank
in June and is ..ttached to tin-
judge advocate general's section
at Camp Gordon, is a graduate
of the University of Miami with
B.B.A. and I. LB. degrees. He is
a member of the Florida bar.
and tl e M li and Miami Beach
Jewish Forum Hcur
Airs Special Feaiure
On Sunday. July 27:h. a sped
i.il feature will I It oa|
Simon Seiden's J. Bh
Hour, from 11 to 12 1
Station WFEC. It .1 re
sented in connect .'.h
Hebrew Academy school
tration in Miami i
form of a dramatization of
storf by a GI, now fighting sj
Koreti wno regrets the lack 1
early Jewish education.
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PPT^AY. JULY 25. 1S52
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PAGE 9
Personally Speaking
fA^Aw/^w/^^A-^A-^^^u*.-,^.-^. .^. _^__
pr. and iira- l"-iil-p 5tern, Jan .'.r.lon.c. "lexas, announce
the birth of a daughter. Karen-Paula on June 5:0th. Mrs. Stern is
the former Thalia Yaffey. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yaf-
fey. C74 Prairie Avenue, Micmi Beach. Paternal grandparents
are Mr- end Mrs. Julius Sl=rn, 8C'9 Lf&CX Avenue. Dr. Z'.-..i ij
seivir.g cs a Lieutenant in the Army ar.J :.3 t'.C-SneJ in Sot
Antonio.
M + *
Lynn Esta. daughter cf Dr. ar,d Mr* MUlon C:Iniea. 2325
Meridian Avenue, wes born at Ml. Sir.ci Hcspllcl ca '_'. 24th.
Mje. Goldman is the former Lucille Wermcn.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Grossman left Monday by air for
Let Angeles and Hollywood, Calif., where they wiil spend sev-
eial -weeks visiiing relatives and friends. Cn their return trip
they will stop in New Orleans, returning to Miami about Sep-
tember 1st.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jccobson, 1243 Catalonia Avenue,
Corel Gcbles, announce the birth of a daughter, Barbara Jo, at
Mt. Sinai Hospital cr. July 16:h. Mrs. Jacobson is the former
Edna Greene. The Jcccbsons are also the parents of Susan
Caiol, Harvey Lewis omd Peter Andrew.
* *
Embarking cn the Queen Mary in New York on July 30th,
Mr. end Mis. Ky Rifas, 2375 SW 24th Street, will sail for Eng-
land, where they will visit Mrs. Rifas' relatives, the Farbers,
Fobeis and Wcnskers. From that point their itinerary includes
travelling through Holland, Belgium end Luxembourg, also
vu ring Lucerne and other resorts. A trip to Lake Geneva is
planned, followed by a fliaht to Venice, Florence, Rome and
Southern France. Before sailing for the United State3 on the
Queen Elizabeth from Cherbourg, the couple will spend ten days
In Paris visiting Mi. Rifas' relatives, the Tourchiks. They expect
to oirive in New York Se-lember 15th and after a brief stay
will return to Miami.
* *
Duncraggan Inn. Her.dersonvil.e, N.C., announces the fol-
lowinq list of vaca.icn arrivals frcm Miami: Mr. and Mr3.
Geoi e Sheridcn, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Marks, Mrs. Joel Rauzin.
Mrs, Nina Davis, Mis- Eleanor Davit, Miss Gloria Eisenstein,
Mr. Richard Tugg, Mr. end Mrs. Scm Durst, Mr. and Mrs. M.
Porw :h, Mr. Fred Kirby, Mrs. Jeanne S. Norton, daughter Mar-
ie and son Robert, also Mr. end Mrs. B. A. Green and Mrs.
Gertrude S. Berlin cf Micmi Beach who curved at Duncraggan
Inn, !~s! week, where '.hey will vaco:!on until October 1st.
* *
Mrs. Gilbgal J. Balldn and children. Joan Liberty and Louis
Ellis, c:.-e visiting Mrs. BaUdn'l parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. Frankel,
in Cincinnati. Ohio. Mr. Bclkin is Florida Director of the Anti-
Deic.r.ation Lecgue cf B'nci B'rith.
* ? *
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Apte, 1539 Meridian Avenue, left
[July 12th for a month's vacation in Rapid City, South Dakota,
visiti-.g their scn-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sap-
Ipsntein, and theii new grandson. Robert Allen, who was born
this month. Mrs. Sapperstein is the former Terry Apte.
* *
A party hor.orina the 60th birthday of Mr. Isidor Gold was
held recently at Cooper's. Atlendinq were Mrs. L. Elkin, Mr.
nd Mis. H. Spivack and theii children. Mi. and Mrs. W. Kram-
[cr.
* -k
A farewell party was aiven Sunday.at the Governor Cafe-
Iteria for Sonia Rosman. Present were Mr. and Mrs. I. Gold.
IMi. and Mrs. J. Levine, Mr. and Mis. Harvey Spivack. Mr. and
us S. Cohen, Mr. end Mr*. J. Beckerman and others.
* -k *
Members of the North Dade Jewish Center who are leaving
vocation are Mrs. E. Mintz, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Cohen
id Phyllis, who ere leaving for Texas; Mr. and Mrs. Fred
k; for a three week stay with their children at Biloxi, Miss.,
is. Joseph Rosenfeld is leaving for New York City; and Mr.
d Mrs. Herman J. Epstein are making plans for a trip to
:cklyn, N.Y., where thev will spend most of their vacation
fth their first crcndchild. David Patt, and his parent-, Mr. and
is. Raymond Patt.
* *
Members of the North Dade Jewish Center recently rerurn-
!:liowing vacation trips are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pressman,
[. end Mrs. Joseph Elman and Michael Kiener. Mrs. L. Drevfus,
I1- Tcvid Siecel end sans, Robert and Harold, Mr. and Mrs.
ttbert Mairow with Alvin and Jane, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
and Mr. end Mrs. Irving Miller.
* *
S".z. and Mrs. Lecn Kaplan ere entertaining Mis3 Cele
ll1' Pas?a:c, New Jersey, who i3 vacationina at the
Hotel. Miss Breitner is executive secretary at Warner
fcJ'Iewcrk, N.J.
The Family of the Late
RGE W. BLOOMBERG
wish to thank
all cf their friends
iir z_any kindnesses and sympathy
during their recent bereavement
Double Ring Candlelight Ceremony Unites
Tobee Gibson To Robert Rosenberg
In a double-ring candlelight ceremony at the Casablanca Hotel.
Miss Tobee Wynne Gibson became the bride of Robert William Ros-
enberg on July 13th. Miss Gibson is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Gibson, 304 S. Shore Drive, Miami Beach; the groom's par-
ents are Mr. Sol Rosenberg. Roanoke, Va., and the late Ellen Rosen-
berg. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan of-
ficiated.
Bridesmaids included Mrs. Mal-
colm Rosenberg, cousin of the
bride. Arlyre Shocket, Fay Brod-
sky, Swenncth F. Wagner, all
of Miami Beach. Matron of hon-
or was Mrs. Nathan Levinson,
aunt of the bride, of Arlington,
Va. The groom chose Malcolm
Rosenberg for his best man, and
Maury Lee Strauss, Morton Cecil
Rosenberg, William Singlust, all
of Roaroke. and Gilbert Rosen-
borg, of Washington, D.C., for
his ushers.
The bride wore a gown fash-
ioned in Florentine lace over iv-
o>y satin, with a princess cut
long torso bodice. It was button-
ed down the back and featured
long sleeves ending in points. The
neckline was appHqued with se-
quins and crystal dewdrops. Lace
extended over the full skirt end-
ing in a cathedral length train
of tulle and satin. The headpiece
of matching l?.ce a-.d jeweled
trim was fashioned with a three-
tierrtd hip length circular veil.
The bride carried a bible with
four white orchids. A diamond
sunburst "something borrow-
ed" was loaned to Miss Gib-
son by Mrs. Samuel Stern; Mr.
Rosenberg, father of the groom,
supplied "something old" a
diamond bracelet which belong-
ed to the groom's mother.
A graduate of Miami Beach
High School, Miss Ghson attend-
ed the L'niv rsity of Miami whore
she was a member of Delta Phi
Epsilon sorority. She was chair-
man o! Hillel Interfaith and a
member ol I student senate.
Mr. Rosenberg, a graduate of
the University of Miami, i:; now
[attending the law school. He is
'a member of Fhi Epsilon Pi.
Out-of-town guests included
Mr. and Mrs. N than Weinstein
I Mr. and Mrs. M. huchman. Mr.
land Mrs. A. Kaufman, all cf Ft.
! Wayne, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. I. J.
Gibson, San Diego, Calif.; Mr.
and Mrs. S. Phillips, St. Louis.
Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Sherman
Weinstein, Indianapolis, Inci.; Mr,
'and Mrs. N. Levenson, Arlington,
Va.; Mrs. Max Rosenberg. Roan-
oke, Va.; Harry Rosenberg and
Mrs. Rose Strauss. Roanoke. Va.
The newly weds spent their
honeymoon motoring to New
I York and the White Mountains in
few Hampshire. L'por. their re-
1 he announcement of the en-
gagement of Ruth Pelt to Stsn-
ley S. Davidson. 711 SW 10th
Aver.ue. has been made by the
bride-to-be's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Abraham Pett, 1228 West
Avenue. Miami Beach. Ruth
attended Salem (Mass.) High
School and Boston University.
Mr. Davidson, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sz'ema Davidson, of
Montreal, P.Q., was educated in
Europe. He is a member of
the Miami Jayce
Masada Holds Aqua-Dance
Masada, Miami Young Zionist
District, will hold an "Aqua
Dance" Sunday, July 27th, 8:30
p.m., at the Saxon Motel, 301
NE C2nd Street.
Entertainment will include
Stan Loebenstern. magician and
hypnotist. Members of the com-
mittee are Milton Gevirtz, Phyl-
lis Honig. Sophie Cordova, Alfred
Finkelstein and Don Sc hrager.
Anna Brenner Meyers
Reelected As Treasurer
Word has been received from
Istanbul that Anna Brenner Mey-
ers !i3S been reelected interna-
j tionai treasurer of the Ir.terna-
i tionai Federation of Women Law-
i yers. Representatives of 4,j coun-
! tries were present at the eonven-
j tion, which was held there.
Following the meeting Mrs.
Brenner left Istanbul for Rome
: and Madrid.
Mrs. Robert Rosenberg
turn they will reside at 9770 E.
B v Harbor Drive. Bay Harbor
nd.
J& COOLER **

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Off The Record
Bv NATHAN ZIPR1N
th. issue o* religious educatioa The religious block is ^ht"ie"u.
I,:,;,!;,, Eduction Of a unifbrm education law and it I
+JeistncrkiaiL
Sam Steen Chosen
As Amvets Head
\t the recent convention of the
Vvvets at the Alcazar Hotel. Sam
Steen was dected Florid- d*
partn enl eommender.
: ,v Ol Robert
Richter post.
FRIDAY, JULY 25. ipjw
mem-
^""d^SfuJA ^Xdtoeltonddr^"h- reached ..|john Miller.
pute between theWA uui connection with this crisis Orlando, junior
cntical and dangerous* nwm ^^ ^^ ^ iw>nt vlS!t ^ ,omn,and.
Memorial Evening
To Pay Tribute To
Labor Leader Baskin
A memorial evening for the
well known labor leader. Joseph
Baskin. Will he held tonight.8:30
n m in the Lyceum. 25 Washing-
ion Avenue. The program has
been arranged by the Workmen s
Ch-cle Branches 692. 699 and 1050.
Jheir Women's Clubs, the Boards
of the two Y- L- P7fh^
and the Jewish Socialist Verband
of Greater Miami.
Joseph Baskin. who passed a-
uv 4 weeks ago. was Gen-
eral S< cretary of the nation Jew-
- fraternal organization, the
w. : kmen's Circle, and editor of
its irgan, The Friend", for 38
years.
Born in
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE
NOTICE
IK MKKKI'.Y
(he undernlaneil t the dlsconi Duai 'v
ol III.' use of the fictitious

ol (Hi' use i.i tne llutltiou* Ham,
COMFORT A IRK OK BOtTH I 'I I'-
ll >A. by "'
HKRNAKH HEIlCHliK
HAIU>I>1> P. \M:i.-<
7/18 1/1-1-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW U5
NOT1CH IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underslune'l, i-i ... ...
husineim under the flctltloux i,.,.....,
roMM>lTAIIlE of SOUTH PL-OS.
IDA. nt Dade County. Florida, Intendl
to register wild name with II..
of the Circuit Court of lmde I
Florida.
HARnl.K P. WE188
Sole Owner
7 2:. 8/1-8-15
'+,,
1-
land.
studied
elec-
ce.
Russia
the
rST-ndIcoWnSs ir pt to influence public opinion is -: an- to the United States,mMW.
vcu"V' l\i nt a tmustbi but perhaps nouncd at thai Here. Mr Baskin ^cameaMO-
i no expert on) nt to pi with the Wertmghouae
the merits of the dispute. C mmoi trie plant in Pittsburgh.
remained for 6 years.
time he was ictive
.. Cil le and the
, S i ment. In 1914 he
NUGGET.. ^ Raiiery of the University of Not! Dan the general offici
..;.;'..: v .. ________________________ftheWork. :. t irele and two
-..._.- rta .. In< .,.---------- I teneral sec-
t Centuries of Painting" series .. ipacity. Mr. Bas-
s fight against
elements
the organ-
the very fal ol Israel Thi
' "- '
he has ho qualifications t idgi th< merits oi xne qbPu. v..... ,
atee I al way can and must el ur ';''.-
rdmate 1 tivities of bol i with ul anect .. -
.... ... of either of them. nt st to 1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE.
No. 28363 B
In Re: STATE OF
LUCAS W. 8IEFKER.
Dec* ,\
To All Creditors and All Persona Ha.
Ing Claims or Demands Amm.it
Said Estate:
You, and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
i.i i ins and demands Which you. or
either of you. may have asalnst the
estate of LUCAS W. BIEFKER. de-
roastifl I.iii- of Dade County, i i
to the Honorable County Ju.in.s .,(
Dade Couaty. and file the mum In
their offices In the County Courthouse
In Dade County. Florida, within ipcht
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Saul [aim
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant .mil t.. bi iwora
to and presented a nfsret
same will be barred.
Data Jub Mi A. i>. 1*52
1*1 MARIK HUMES SICFKER
As Administratrix of
the Estate of
LUCAS BIE1 ;.
l
|. It. MAY KltS
A Home) fin Marie Hum..- Klefker
Ailniinlstratrlx
7/tS l/l-t-18
.; .,. art "The Great Centui l Pamtirg m i f/ ret.,.. .....> t..,,.
Swiss publishing houst if Sklira is an ,/ ^JL^/pAk
live of providii public with a < gWeCe I-----------_ i ntrol of I
::. a :.:. str'.kini; worss ^Bhsv
it 4 ~--^.--A-_] ^r^\k __** k^ ^ ^ ^ \ ^ ^bl a a ^ ^ j^ A *^ a^&^H b^b^bW I iin in t nt.7 si v>^ t^ l^f i
o each s iccessive pi Hated and contrast* I The reproduc-
-. ves are works of art and the edil rial material is
contribution to art literature Looking through my cor-
respondence tile 1 came across a letter from Herbert Bayard Swope
sj......i still nsiders himself a newspaperman de^
. pj from th Id of journalism. Old habits, it seems,
neither easil) shed i or relinquished Evidence of the extent
, ...( determinat life in Austria, and in Europe as
..,;:. can .< gleaned from th tact that only three Jewish births.
.., |a boy, were in Vienna during the months of
April and May as against 28 deaths, eighteen men and ten worr.e:-
About :'.: Fi annually to the Frei binate
lor leave I n\ erted 1 At the same over-
men trend among Jews has nished to a vanishing i nt. In i '
. j, .. s .. [ inity duhng and si fti i the
Xaxi'j Iren against a r n Hitler
lo 1 told Israel's current prison population is
; -:.- att d al 800 Beci minor

W -. .... sect I ";; ktj" 1 to as 1 i
is become a seet n of terroris st Jews
. tuns of beard-l
-. ." I S I '
.: jnprtnted t two rabbis on 1
- shown relucts
"v en Sin n E
s ted next D
.-." lusi Mi Ian 1 Court ( A|
st Jew i : n Mai viand's ehest < urt .
HOUSEHOLD
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FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
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MORRIS ORUS IRYI\G GORDOS
With hot weath-
er here to stay
for while,
health authori-
ties a'.l over the country are warn-
ir.* housewives to carry out an
eitrnsive bug trilling program
which will automatically stop the
spread of many diseases The com-
mon house cockroach, health au-
thorities *ay. is one of the worst
offenders in the spread of many
diseases Investigators have found
that cockroaches carry disease or-
ganisms mechanically or harbor
them for a short period in their
intestinal tract. Good sanitation
and general cleanliness are the first
lines of defense in cockroach con-
trol. This could very *U be a
u.:::*.-.;> community protect
Housewives may greatly aid in
bug killing program by keeping
the premises free of garbage, dirty
bcf.'.e*. cans, and ether refuse that
serve as roach food sources.
After eliminating roach harbor-
ir.i places, a good insecticide is
recommended to destroy the roach-
es and keep them down. Of course,
for this purpoee I use Real-Kill
Bug Killer. While cockroaches are
probably the moat annoying bug
the housewife has to contend with
the preeeoce of flies and moaqui-
toes plays a defmite role in the
transmraaaoB of diseases, and many
health departments contend that
they may be responv.b.e for the
development and spread of some
of the senoua summer diseases.
To be successful, a bug killing
prc^rem must be earned out coo-
bacaaaa insects are able to
five, long distances and. although
there may be no ir.*c:i .:
.: prerr.;j*i Mdajr, ycu
SB) have plenty of them to-
morrow.
Yes. a bug-free Some is not only
a :e*::> clear, home but also one
tasa susceptible to diseases, and I
recommend Real H
K as a auccaeaful instrumer.t
foe treating your homes for
hold bugs
During .rdministration. the
jeducat .edical and social
.-< rvi( nts were organ-
ized, as well as the home for the
itary and intermedi-
ate Yiddish schools, summer
camps, youth and women's
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 151653
WILLIAM K BARRINEAl'
P nUfl
vs.
KTHHl, FIKl.nS BARRINKAr.
I>ef.- lant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO ETHBl. I1KI.I < B vRRl.VEAC,
l>emopolli>. Alabama.
V.iu are retiulr-cl l" serve
of the Answer to the BUI '. Coal-
iilalnt ui>on th>> plaintiff's aitorney,
MORTON ROTHENBERG, 4:: I.ln-
ln Road. .Mln mi Beach,
oran^..i and English speaking iinil ,,,,. ,he oriainai in th. nfii
il: ... of the Clerk of the fii
Active in the Ort. he worked '['," AwaJ '':'';";,>;'.
all for th. H1AS. the labor di- SfJ? '
New York Federa- Datasi this :;nd day of Jub. D.
Philanthropies, the : E t^ATHERMAK,
list Verband. the ] Clark of the >
Jewish Labor Committee, the (Seal) m ._
and others. In 1945 "taU ''"'' "
ih labor consultant 7 ..-, v l-.-i:.
San Francisco Conference -
N tior.s.
Mem irial Ev-
M ix H I, who
' M i
will di
The
ed by
.. a colleague and
I 1 ss (Mi Bi
1 will be
rn er co-w
. nds
LGAL NOTICE
..'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that
th.- undersigned, "leairinp In era
-. under the fl.-tlt
KlKTK-A-BTE CHIU) CARK
11 K. st sii Unootn R' .' B
r.ni-t.T -^i'l 11a" wlllJ
the Clarh ih- <
l>aile C.unty. Morlda......,....,.
MBS Kit AM S
- 1-S _____
s ~~i CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVEN"- JUO ClAL CIRCUIT. IN
a\3 cor DADE COUNTY.
C-C= :i iN CHANCERY.
n.- ;7
tiff
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NOT .E Bv PUBLICATION
. COHEN,
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the oftlc -'i.
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Clerk
FOR
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FRIDAY. JULY 25, 1952
Workmen's Cirel?
Wins Tax Suit
Tax assessments' and delir.q-
uent tax certificates against the
Workmen's Circle Branch 699
building. 1545 SW Third St., were
ordered canceled by Circuit
William A. Herin Satur-
' in a suit brought by the circle
i | s against Tax assessor J.
\ I mmus, Jr.. and Tax Collec-
tor Earnest Overstreet, the court
assessments for 1949-50-51
and 52 to be illegal because the
pup rtv is used for educational,
us ar.d fraternal purposes.
The suit says the hall in the
i uncling 's used for lectures and
lor teaching the Hebrew lang-
and Jewish subjects.
DR. SLONIMSKY RETIRES
fJewisti nor Id tar
PAGE 11
Lichtenstein Paintings Shown At Public Library
A collection of paiiu.ngs by Ar- Mr. Lichtenstein, who left hi,
hiWtionCatetho MHm"0* liv ?' h0m in Frankfo.t-nn-thc-Main
D-arvn nBm Pu*llc U' Wllh ,ho advent Hitler, lived
whero i Jfu f Boulevard, for th, past few years in Sl.ang-
wnere it will remain lor two ha China. He first settled in
weeks free of charge to the pub- Sari Francis*,"r.d now ,s making
:________________________' .iis home in Miami.
A former student of Professor)
Franz von Lenbach, of Munich,
the artist has included in his ex-
hibit a lifesize portrait of Gen.
Eisenhower in full dress uniform,
Albi rt Einstein, composer Irving
Berlin, Toscar.nini and a pastel
"The Mona Lisa of Florida."
Pioneer Women Honor Visitors
The Pioneer Women's Club No.
2 held a special meeting July
24th, at Kneseth Israel Congre-
gation, welcoming back former
officers, Mrs. Zclda Liebman and
Mrs. Elsie Wagman, who now
( side in the East.
Dr. Henry Slonimsky. who has
helped shape the thinking o<
two generations of rabbit, has
retired from the faculty of the
New York school of the Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Institute
of Religion, it is announced by
Dr. Nelson Glueck. president.
Dr. Slonimsky, member of the
,'IR faculty since 1924 and dean
since 1935, retired under the
nundatory provisions of the
College-Institute retirement
system. As Professor of Ethics
and the Philosophy of Religion,
as well as Dean, he influenced
the development of JIR gradu-
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^*%> PAGE 13
Jews In Sports
E%- BILL WOLF
(copyright, 1352, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
i :. mpic official* who
e riied the team to Helsinki
,. nfi prepared to thwart a
tile Arab nations to
f.,..: Israel out of regional
mpetitii n. It was con-
; vital for Israel to be -.veil
,,. the Olympic meet-
i eduled to be held so that
,, i di n! could be carried out.
ding to information re-
,, from Israel, the Arab plan
v mething like this: when
f, question of where subsequent
cere to be heid
i up for discussion, the Arab
i i ntstives would bid lor the
Thus if the Medit?rranean
; were held in a nation hos-
i to Israel, Israeli athletes
I ;ie successfully kept from
I peting.
T'.:; is not a new tactic. It is a
Strategy that has been in the
for some time row. The
la?; Mediterranean games that
were held were played in Aiex-
[andria. and Israel was kept away.
Israeli sportsmen were well
[await of the situation and resolv-
rd rot to let it happen again, but
to protest loud and long at Hel-
f the danger arose .

Tubby Raskin, coach of the Is-
basketbal] team, didn't like
I the way the pre-Olympic elmir.a-
ticn contest between the Israeli
rid the Phillipine team was
Ircfereed. Israel lost, 57-47.
"T.'is was the worst officiating
II have seen in years," Raskin
cc.T,rr.enttd after the game. He
h;d no quarrel with the Philip-
pine ieach. Felicissirr.o Majardo,
Iwho agi'.ed "The game was too
hcugh and the refereeing too
Hi the Philippine mentor
Isaid.
Earlier, Israel took a sound
lleat.g Irom the U.S. basketball
[team. It was only a practice
Iwoikodt, but t.-.e outcome was
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Dick Savitt has suffered an-
other tennis defest. this time in
the national clay-courts singles
competition. Playing h Chicago,
SsVitt was beaten by Art Larsen
of Californ a. Savitt, who has
cecn ..o-sidercd one of the lead-
ins tennis stars in the world, was
a favorite before the tourney and
was styl.d No. 1. Dick has'been
in a slump for some time now. .
While Savitt was losing in Chi-
cago. Herbie Fians of California
, was achieving success in Europe.
IFUrn won the men's sirgles title
i ;n the internal lawn tennis cham-
ipionships played at Gbtaud. Swit-
zerland. He took the crown by
defeating another Jewish star. Irv
Dorfman. Irv was not expected to
go as far as the finals in the
tourney, but he managed to de-
meat Jaroslav Diobny. Egypt in
the semi-finals. .

Jce Ginsberg, catcher for the
Detroit Tigers, does not have a
very impressive batting average.
At the last check t was st under the level. That's why Vic
Raschi of the.New York Yankees
couldn't have taken Joe too seri-
ously when he stepped up to the
plate in the eighth inning after
two were out and Raschi was well
on his way to a possible no-hit-
ter. A moment later Joe had
planted the tall firmly in the
stands for a home run to break
up Raschi's hopes .
Al Rosen has been hitting a
long ball lately. He's been playing
at form ard adding steadily to
his home run total. In a game
against the Washington Sena-
tors. Al smacked his 17th home
rooma 400-foot drive into the
first row of the bleachers. Only a
few days before he had enabled
Cleveland to win another game
with a score-tying homer in the
nirth inning .
Art Rubin, billiard expert, de-
feated Jack Van Gelder in the
New York State three-cushion
championship.
Pictured above are officers of the Beth Darid Sisterhood recently installed at the Delano Hotel,
celt to right are the Mesdames Harry Zuksrman. treasurer; Lawrence Simkin. 1st vice president:
Harry Liuiler, being installed as president for h"r second term: Mo:ris Rabinowitz. 1st vice presi-
dent; Phil Abrams. 3rd vice president; Herbert Shcr. corresponding secretary; and Herman Good-
man, financial secretary.
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Victor Pave Sought
Information is being sought re-
garding the whereabouts of Vic-
tor Pave, whose last known ad-
dress in the United States is in
Florida.
Mr. Pave was born in 1924 in
New York. His father's name was
Albert; his mother's, Chaiite.
Anyone having any information
concerning him is asked to com-
municate with the National
Council of Jewish Women, 3-6554.
Summer Festival Dance
The Summer festival Dance of
the Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter.
B'nai B'rith Women, will be held
8:30 p.m. Sunday evening, July
27th, in the Morocco Room of the
Casablanca Hotel, 6331 Collins
Avenue. Mrs. Jerome Robinson
is chairman of the affair.
Who do you know
that doesn't tike Kellogg's Corn Rakes?
MAKI TOUR DAIRY MEALS BITTER WITH
AMERICA'S FAVORITE READY-TO-IAT CEREAL
- h:vs lots of company when
: enjoy Kellogg's Corn Flakes.
-'-Eutc ;ust ttout everybody
these big. tender, golden
""** of ccrn. They're so fresh
na crisp you can near'm rustle
ftcn ycu pour 'em into your
BeiUr have plenty on hand for
your dairy meals. And eat to
your heart's content because
Kc.oggs Corn Flakes are delic-
roui acceptable in all Jewish
BETH DAVID: The Summer
Series of late Friday evening
services has been suspended due
to contemplated construction of
the interior-of the Beth David
Synagogue. The date of the Fall
late Friday evening services will
be announced.
Early Friday evening service;
are at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morn-
ing services will be conducted
at 9 a.m. Mincha services on Sat-
urday at 6:30 p.m.
Daily services at 8 a.m. and
6:30 p.m., Sunday morning at 8:30
a.m.

CONGREGATION BETH EL:
Sei vices Friday at 7 p.m. Satur-
day morning at 8:30. Class in
Talmud at 5:30 p.m. Mincha at
] 6:15 p.m., followed by Sholosh
I Sudoth.

CONGREGATION BETH JAC-
OB services will be held at 6:45
p.m. Friday, and at 8:30 a.m. Sat-
urday. Mincha service at 6:45
p.m. Saturday, followed by Shal-
osh Seudos. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff will preach on the Por-
tion of the Week.
Daily Religious School classes
will resume Monday, July 28th.
Synagogue services are held each
week day at 7:30 a.m., and at
6:45 p.m.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLCM:
Summer Sabbath service Friday
evening. 8:15 p.m. Guest speaker
will be Prof. Miller Ritchie, Head
of the Human Relations Depart-
ment of the University of Mi-
ami. Membership applications
and Religious School registra-
tions and re-registrations now
being accepted. Temple ofiice
open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

TEMPLE ISRAEL will hold
Sabbath Eve services at 8:15. Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan will read the
prayers. Visitors welcome.

WEST MIAMI JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
services at 6:45. Saturday morn-
i.g services at 9, with Samuel
Richman assisting Rabbi Alfred
Waxman. Junior services will be
held ct 11 by members of the
Hebrew School.
Saturday afternoon services at
6 will be followed by Shalos Seu-
dos, with Mr. Samuel Richman
as host.
The Talis and Tefi:in group
will meet Sunday morning at
8:30. Members of the Center who
have been working en the land-
scape project will be special
guests at the breakfast.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER
will hold regular services Satur-
day morrine at 9 a.m., with Rev.
Rudolt E. Briil officiating.

DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE
will hold Friday services at 6:30
p.m., and Saturday morning serv-
ices at 8:30 a.m. Cantor Cooper
will chant the services and Rab-
bi Aria Eecker will speak on
the Portion Of The Law.

ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 6 p.m.
Saturday morning services arc-
scheduled for 8:30 a.m., with Rab-
bi Abraham Sachs discussing The
Weekly .Portion. Mincha at 5:30
p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos.

TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold Satur-
day morning services at 9 a.m.,
with Reverend George Goldberg
officiating and discussing The
Weekly Portion.

YOUNG ISRAEL will hold Fri-
day evening Mincha services at
6:45. Saturday morning services
at 9 a.m. Mincha at 6:45, follow-
ed by Shalos Seudos. Services
daily at 8 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Nursery School Registration
For Fall Term Underway
Registration for the fall re-
: opening of the Flaglcr-Granad;.
' Jewish Center Nursery School
will take place beginning August
25th through August 29th, ac-
cording to Mrs. George Gittleson.
co-chairman of the Flagler-Gran-
[ ada Nursery School Committee.
I Classes will commence on Tues-
; day, September 2nd, with the
same staff as last year's headed
by Mrs. George Simon.
The school, which is part of
the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center Nursery Schools,
is operated on a non-profit basis.
Plsns for the coming semes-
ter were made at a recent meet-
ing of the Flaglei -Granada Nur-
sery School Committee, chaired
by Mrs. George Gittelson. Also
attending the meeting were Mrs.
Walter Vollweiler, Mrs. Herman
Feldman and Mrs. Ethel Gross-
iir.an. Nursery School Supervisor.
Information concerning the
I nursery school may be had by
calling Mrs. Gittelson, who lives
'at 3665 1W Flagler Terrace, at
148-6675.
Swim Dance Set For
West Miami Center
A swim-dance will be held
Saturday evening at the John-
ina Hotel, 71st and the Ocean, by
the West Miami Jewish Center.
Proceeds of the affair, which is
ur.der the chairmenship of Ber-
nard Weiner and Ben Harris, will
be donated to the Center building
fund.
MIAMI BEACH
'pops'
Fifth Concert Sun.. July 27th
Univ. of Miami Summer Symphony
Modeste Ailoo. Guest Conductor
CONSTANCE
KEENE
Pianist
Miami Beach Auditorium
Air-Conditior.ed
Ren. Taole Seats II 50
Unree. seats 11.00 eie
For Reservations Call 5-0477
IN MEMORY OF
My Beloved Wife
and Our
Devoted Mother
AUGUSTA C.
FLEISC 1131 AN
whe passed away
three years ago today.
Otttil memory fails and life
departs utm will live jotter
in our hearts
MAURICE FLEISCHMAN
HABVEY and
PEARL RUTH ALBERT
c.hyS&b&itd!
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During The Week... a
* By LEO MINDLIN
I See It
Presumably,
some ten
but subsequ
Toward
Island and
happier moments here.
HlT-rnada Plan*, omp etfon
a Jewish Community < "" Antin, Mrs. Joseph
ports that plans are | M"- cKcy^w L
pwe.nl time ,Shankman.vMrtw ^^ and
Shaw.
pier moments here. given wav to days of Mrs .
thus, several hours of ^decision have S"*n ^ no ,ho Da
-forgotten ease, thave news *W about tvpo- that tn<
^--i^^xsS1^^
I have refused to answer all phone calls
reading and working on a much
graphical errors.
exception. I ha\
-ave been spending my time
neglected literary project t^ome an enerrating task. I
d attention to expedite tt ***** gt*SL!' i7S5ldterror,
tion. I look forward to *.MMlWJgg ^^uthfuJ one. Th.
rES? ssvrssrs 2&X? su.
Hich ni'ij t-"1.'
Mrs. Jesse Freed, chairman of
v Came has announced
the first session r
With one happy completed with a very
at home and torv program. Th
sion, now in progress
with it a
BIS responjui"T ..------- ,,.,it
All of this is a means of indicating that I vowed not o '
.jmn for today's edition. Not even G*0^,^"*^ $ar East
Vice President Alben Bark eys_pos.Uon.ri Urae and the
satisfac-
second ses-
is full at
the oresent time. Members wish-
,ng to enroll their children for
the third and final session should
do so immediately.
A Kiddie Party is in store for <
the adult members of the Flag-
ler-Grar.ada Jewish Community
Center on Saturday evening.
August 9th. 8:30. at the Center.
Members are asked to come dress- .
ed in costumes from "1 year to b
years of age" Prizes will be.
awarded. Entertainment will j
St of games, contests and
dancing. Morton Lerar is chair- j
man of the affair.
Constance Keen
Featured Soloist
At 'Pop' Concert
A young American pianist. Con-
stant Keene. will be heard Sun-
day evening, July 27th. at 8.30
p.m.. during the sixth "pop con-
cert to be held this season at
the Miami Beach Municipal Aud-
itorium.
Miss Keene, soloist in Carnegie
Hall with the New York Phil-
harmonic Symphony Orchestra
and winner of the Naumburg
Award, has selected Chopin s
Concerto for Piano and Orches-
tra in E Minor, No. 1, Op.
A book drive will be held si- First Movement."
School:
No.
'Dance
of
11,
the
. ^wrtM
Jews had
.... Kfullj ss I over a period of some a.
Weller-s approach was even more cynical. Apart homta're-
marking that the Near Easts evaluation of Barkloy as a dominant
force in molding American policy with regard to the ne* state
was erroneous and beyond proper proportion, he >n?'te?n,.ha?jhe
Vice Presidents heavy, oratorical schedules at UJA an.d bond
rallies here could be more easily connected with the SI.000 fee re
demands for each appearance than with matters Plaining to
belief. He also addsd that Berkley's views were s?cond-hand ana
that the Vice President had never accepted an invitation to speak
before an anti-Zionist group.
report, wh bit! in li -. ires Am i J ry s at-
.....compete
ains th. UJA failure in meeting its fund goal.
ip
.-- .. ing n y wrath.
were it n I : an th( r matti
S appointed guardian? of -our fundami nl rattc pnn-
- asi .' ways t susi I Su s< If-app in1
enUtion of protective asp< t I those Ies
and the tacit understanding that tr -' '
garchj must virtual] assumi '. .. :- i i I mg th
: inl 11" tuallj I mankind
This sort of nonsense may be interpreted otherwise. In ig-
noring the voice of all through exclusive guardianship, the guard-
ians destroy those principles they seek to protect. Apart from the
fact that it is rather insulting to challenge a society's competence
for self-government during difficult times, it also represents the
first step toward Fascist rule.
.'.' A Foundal in ; nl
Chairman of the F tion. S irly 1
:
tivities nger
gely from lack lion T I Americai
tivit st inevital expl in I by in
nt i. : tion "..'.'. end u
' each cas
Setting up a group as the harbinger of democracy and its
principles places any community at large under illicit suspicion.
I should like to know who the Foundation's spcrsors are that they
can presume to protect me. or any other Dade Countian, from per-
sonal, intelieclual-moral conclusions? I do not want my thinking
done for me especially not by self-righteous persons who tacitly
accept their superior fiber as a matter of fact. The next step to
such implied censorship is overt gagging.
Dade County Ami sm Found.' active to the
nt of r.ausea in the recent Magruder textbook controversy here
Attacking the book on American civics as socialistic, it sought
total censorship from the county's school rooms next year. The
smear was apparently made because the late Magruder objectively
examined piv tal political and economic issues from all points of
view. Establishing its own. the Foundation demanded the deletion
of all others. Such a move would have amounted to indoctrination,
not study. The unfortunate victims, children of this community.
-.. u] I en have been molded into like-minded, sterile incompe-
t( nts. Happily, the Magruder textbook issue has been temporarily
set aside but not before the author's living collaborator, a west
coast teacher, announced that the book's definitions would be
"tightened" in its subsequent publications to conform to the doltish
needs of groups like the Dade County Americanism Foundation.
I am put in mind of not far-distant Nazi book burnings and this
nation's humorously bitter attitude toward them. It seems we have
learned nothing by re-experience. There is no man now to tell us
only fear must be feared. The hysteria of censorship-minded groups
stems from the inroads of Communism, but few realize that abroga-
tion of democratic principles in the name of their perpetuation is
precisely the method upon which Communism depends for victory.
A- a university teacher. I frequently met with students who
quou Sigm.und Freud to impress me favorably Invariable
I would ask them to name- at least one work written by the Viennese
-. and invariably, no reply to my question was forthcoming.
By extension. I am inclined to look with suspicion upon the manv
P1 to and quotations from Karl Marx.
Fear has cornered us all. Like the Medieval church which
tanned the Bible as suitable reading, proper Americans are warn-
ed away from Das Kapital and the Manifesto. But careful study
of these works would be a revelation, dispelling fear. One can
rot argue against a proposition the nature of which is unknown
Most striking in such a study would be this Marxian conclusion:'
democratic capitalism must inevitably be destroyed by its
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PAGE-15
ZTThE. COUNTY JUDGE'S court
K AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
,N FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
FU No. 281MB
, n- ESTATE OF
"Vu-'l/ ELLIOTT GILLER
NOTICE TO CREDITOR*
in'u claims or Demands Against Said
v!i' and each of you, are hereby
lifted and required to present any
'.',..- and demands which you, or
'.',,, of vou. may have against the
", <' PAUL EIJ-IOTT GILLER
', ...,[ late of Dade County. Flor-
,l; ;., the Hon. W. F. IILANTON
";i n:\NK U. DOW UNO, County
;''i,.,. ,,f Dade County, and file the
'.',, In his office In the County
rourthOUM In nade County. Florida,
iihin eight calendar months from
JV, date of the first publication here-
t i claims or demands to contain
th,. legal address of the claimant and
i i rworn to and presented as afore-
Lud ..r same will be liarred. See
V, tion 110 of the 19SS I>robate Act.
" [Mte June 25. A.D. 152.
HEX GILLER.
As Administrator of the
Estate of -_
PAUL ELLIOTT CILLER.
Deceased.
MYERS. IIEIMAN & KAPLAN
tltorneva for Administrator
7 1 11-18-M
RO
Alt
7'"
V
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
S'uTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
ii .i. islgn.Ml, desiring to engage in
,. -- under the fictitious name of
|\\VTHORNE ELECTRONICS OF
.'111 HA", at 1524 N. W. 17th Av-
i,. Miami. Florida, intends to reg-
.1 name with the Clerk of the
n nit Court of I>ade County. Flor-
JILII'S SHRIER,
Sole Owner
,i:l ur I, P.l.iMi.MltKltc,
, ui-v fur Applicant
..I.I liuildlnic
ml, Florida
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NiiTK'K IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I. rslgned, desiring to engage In
- nuclei- the fictitious name of
Hi i.NIES. nt 144S S Treasure
North Bay Village, Miami
! ia intends to register aald
11th the Clerk of the Circuit
i I lade Hint v. Florida.
DREW HEVKI.' IPMENT
CORPORATK>N
S GENET
. for Applicant
: i-s-15
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 151S85
INTONE, Plaintiff,
\\T< iNE, .Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Pantone
6tb street
klyn, Mfw York
Kgldla ffcnt^ii.-. are hereby
it a Will "f Complali I
been filed gainst yrrii.
:. qalnid to ei ve i copy
Vnswer ir Pleading to the
plain! ..n the plaintiff's
v

MYEK8, IIEIMAN A- KA
S, ) I...Ill Building. Miami.
.i file the original Answer
In the office of ihe Clerk
i 'ouri I'll or before the
f August, 195] if you fall
. Judgment by default will be
Insl mli for '!> relief de-
ilie Rill ..:' Comi
i t hall be publlahed once
i fout nneeeutlve weeks
IEWISH I'i.i RI1 HAN
\\|i ORDERED at Miami.
this 21-1 day of July, A.D.
R B LEATHERMAN,
' eric, 'limit i 'iiurt.
County, Florida

Bj \VM W STOCKING,
I'. putj c:,rk
R/1-8-1S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N"TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
[in len Igne I, dealrlng to engage in
- under the fictitious name of
HI.I..VS APARTMENTS, at INI
\< "iVenue, Miami Beach, Florida.
'" register aald name with
' Clerk of the Circuit Court of
1 County, Florida.
1*1 IMItEltTO OltVIETO
/' SILVIA tiRVIETO
IRI-.NKT .< OENBT, i:sys.
for Appliciinta
1 "-25 8/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
., NAME LAW
notice is HEREBY GIVEN that
I signed, il. siring to engage In
I under the fictitious name of
I, ,'.,.K GHEEN AHVERTISING
1 I M1DIOS, at 403 llrlckell Av-
Ulaml, Florida. Intends to reg-
;''' s.ml name with the Clerk of
; nt Court i.f 11..de County.
l"i ..l.i
... JACK I. GREEN, sole owner
,'NROE DIXON
n*> for Owner
' S'l-S
._ .NOTICE TO CREDITORS
,N ,IHE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
. Ne. 2S137 B
In Re: ESTATE OK
CALVIN NARCISENFELD,
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
If".. Y"!1"" or Remands 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 CALVIN NARCISENFELD
deceased late of nade County, I-.... -
da. to the Hon. FRANK II. IXJW-
LINIS, County Judge of nade County
and file the same In his office In the
County Courthouse In Dade County.
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the claim-
ant and to be sworn to and pre-
sented as aforsesaid, or same will
be I .a i red
nate July 14. A.D. 1932.
RUTH L. NARCISENFELD,
As Administratrix of the
Estate of
CALVIN NARCISENKELO,
l>eceased.
KOVNER & MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Administratrix
7/18-2.1 8/1-8
.. THJE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
e,VJFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
,,.,, No. 151317
IIARILYN MEYER, Plaintiff.
f"HN Meyer, Defendanl
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
JOHN MEYER
'I Grand Concourse
'"'ix '.::. New York
You
required to serve copy
i ."muvii io .-i in> a cop>
I wer to the BIN ..r Com-
[.,." ''"' Divorce on plaintiff's at-
l "'I i file the original nns-
T '!' Office Of the Cl.rk of the
I ouri on or l.. fort the 11th
} let, 1951 otharwlae, the
.1 ,' ,' '"npla.nt for Divorce, here-
:'"| herein, will he taken as
' bj you.
Florida, this
E It' I.KAIIIIMtMAN.
clerk ..r tin. circuit Court
H> \VM. \V STOCKING,
,,,. .'''Tmy C|,.,k
ltt V M lENBERG
(Ion ley for P|a|n,,
,; ^cgrn. liulldln.
/l-8
" day ..f j|v_ ,.,-,_.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
liu..",f?.B u,"l SHERIDAN BARBER SHOP, at 404".
Sheridan Avenue, Miami Beach, In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
LEON J. HUNTER
.,...,. _H"le Owner
HARRY It S'MasSI
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
7/4-11-18-2.'.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No. 151294
ADA CASTELLETTI. Plaintiff.
v.
ALEXANDER CASTELLETTI.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ALEXANDER CASTELLETTI
1122 De Kalb Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
You are required to serve a copy
of your Answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on Plaintiff's At-
torney and to file the original Ans-
wer In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 8th
day of August, IMS; otherwise the
Bill of Complaint for Divorce hereto-
fore filed herein will be taken as con-
fessed by you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, 'his 3th
day of July, A. D. ItSt.
E. Ii. LEATHERMAN,
Cl.rk of the Circuit Court
1 lade County. Florida
By: WM w STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
Nam,, and address of
Plaintiff's Attorney:
NORMAN K LYONS
'.'111-12 Olympia Building
Mi.mil, Florida
7 11-18-25 I 1
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, Plaintiff
vs.
NATHAN KOHLER, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Nathan Kohler, < o larael Koh-
ler, 2295 East 24th Street, B
lyn, N.w York.
You are hereby notified that a Kill
of Complaint lor I ilvorca baa bei n
filed acalnal you, and you are re-
quired to aerve a copy of your Ana-
v.. : r Plead tin to the BUI of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's AUorneya,
KOVNER A MANNHEIMER ISO Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or ii.-r..... tiie titii day
of Auauat, 1*52, if you fall to do
so, judgment b) default will be taken
acalnal you for the relief demanded
in the mil i.r Complaint.
Tins notice .-:!.i!i be published once
each week for foui consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this sth day of July, A.D.
11I.-.2.
B. P.. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal I
Bj It. H. RICE, JR.,
Deputy clerk.
KOVNER A MANNHEIMER
Attorney! for Plaintiff
I2n Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fia.
7/11-1K-2.-, 8/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name Ol
REITER'8 KNOTTY PINK FRUIT
SHIPPERS, at 666C Blscayne Blvd..
Miami, Florida. Intend to register
aald name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
SAMUEL REITF.R and
HILDA R. RE1TKR
Owners
MARX M. FABER
Attorney for Applicants
412 Congress Hldg
7/4-11-18-25
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 151102
F.VA BHKOLBR, Plaintiff
vs.
DAVID SHKoLKR. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: I'AVID SHKOI.Ki:
I "71 Eastern Parkway
Brooklyn, New York.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you in the
als.ve entitled cause and you are
hereby required to serve a copy of
your Answer to the Bill "f < om-
plalnt ..ii the I'lalntlffa attorneys
and file the original In the office Of
the Clark of the Circuit Court on or
before the will day of July. i"
If vou fall t'> do so. Judgment l.y de-
fault will be taken imamst > on for
demanded in the Bill of
''I'laVed'at Miami. Florida, this 0th
d*Thls notYce' shall be published once
each wek for lour gwecutlve waeka
ta the Jewish r^u&>
Clerk. Circuit < 'ourt
By: JOHN WEST.
Deputy Clerk
PALLOT. SILVER MULLOY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
804 Ingrnham Building
Miami. Florida.
7/4-11-18-25
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 28074-A
In Re: ESTATE OF
ISABEL JACOBSON, Deceased
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. W. BLANTON and
FRANK II. DOWL1NO, County Judges
of Dade County, and file the same
In his office in the County Court-
house In Dade County, Florida, 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 afore-
said, or same will be barred. See
Section 120 of the 13S Probate Act.
Date June 27th, A.D. 1952.
s/ HARRY JACOBSON.
As Executor of the Last Will
and Testament of
ISABEL JACOBSON'.
Deceased.
HARRY ZUKERNICK, ESQ.
Attorney for Executor
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
7/4-11-18-25
LEGAL NOTICE
IN TH| CIRCUIT COURT OF THst
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 15162
FRANCES C. CLEMENS,
Plaintiff.
MICHAEL A. CLEMENS.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: Mr. Michael A, Clemens,
South Fields, New York
You are required to serve a copy
of your answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on plaintiff's at-
torney, and to file the original ans-
wer In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 22nd
day of August, P.ii2. otherwise, the
Bill of Complaint for Divorce, here-
tofore filed herein, will be taken as
confessed by you.
DATED at Miami, Florida, this
22nd day of July, 1952.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Cler k
MICHAEL M. ISENHKRG
Attorney for Plaintiff
140.7 Blscayne Building
Miami, Florida
7/g. 8/1-8-15
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 28072
In Re: ESTATE OF
IRVING G. KOISLEY. Deceased
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 agalnet the
estate of IRVING 0 KOBLEY, de-
ci ised late of Dade County. Florida,
to the Honorable County Judges oi
I lade County, and file the same In
his office in the County Courthouse
In I Mde County, Florida, within elgbl
calei lar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Bald claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claim.mt and to be
to and presented as at.....-aid, or
same will be barred,
Date June ::. A I '
MIRIAM KOBLEY,
As Execul rlx of the Laat Will
and Testament >:
IRVING >:. KOBLEY,
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Km. utrlx
7 l-Jl-18-23_______________^_
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 11 WHITE, Defendant
TO: JOHN D. WHITE
I |fl t Jormley Aval
Roosevelt, Ixm; Island
New York
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You. JOHN D. WHITE, are hereby
! that a Pill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed agalnal you,
ami you .i'^- required to serve cony
Of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney, HENRY NUSSENBAL'M,
1041 Seyhold Building. Miami, Flor-
ida, and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clark
of the Circuit Court on or before
the 1st day of August, 1952. 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 Julv, IMS.
K. Ii. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Hade Countv. Florida
By JOHN WEST.
Deputy Clerk
HENRY NUS8ENBAUM
Attorney for Plaintiff,
1041 Beybold Building
Miami. Florida
7/4-11-18-25
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 2M17-B
RE: ESTATE OF
W1LLAKD S. SCOTT, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Adminlatrator of
the eatate of W1LLARD S. SCOTT,
deceased: and that on the 8th day of
August, 19i2. will apply to the Hon-
orable FRANK B. DOW LI NO, County-
Judge of Dade County. Florida, for
approval of said final report and
for final discharge as Administrator
of the Estate bf WILLARD 8, SCOTT,
deceased
This 8th day of July, 1952.
MARVIN B, SCOTT.
Administrator
HARRY ZUKERNICK, B8Q.
Attorney for Administrator
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
7,11-18-25 8/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlng to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
DEALERS ASSOCIATES
at 2600 S. W. 15th Street. Miami.
Florida. Intend to register the said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
court of Dade County. Florida.
PATRICK G. OIBB
SIDNEY A. CHAPLIN
Owners
7/11-18-23 /l _______
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. Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Sid 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 ..f BENJAMIN FRANK, de-
ceased late of Pole County, Florida.
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, ..:..i flla the same in
his office in the County Courthouse
In Dade County. Floii.la. within eight
r months from the dale of the
first publication hereof. SaM claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or
same will be barred
SARAH FRANK. ____
As Executrix of the Last Will
and Testament of
BENJAMIN FRANK.
Deceased.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Executrix
7/4-11-18-25
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 26138
IN RE: Batata of
ABE BIALOLENKI, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administratrix <>f
i!..- Eatate of ABE BIALOLENKI,
i.....teed; and that l v.ill on the Ith
da> .>!' August, 1952, apply t<> the
Hon irable .1 udges of t he above
curt of Dade County, Florida, for
,.ti <.f said final report and for
fin.il discharge as Administratrix as
i aid.
This 2nd day of Julv. Pi"'!.
DORA BIALOLENKI,
as Adr.i.nlstratrlx ..1 the
Estate oi
AHi: BIALOLENKI,
i ii teed.
NORMAN R. LYONS,
Attorney (<>: s.ti.i Eatate
7 IJ.J8.25 8/1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 151549
JOSEPH C. PUSICK, Plaintiff,
THELMA PAGE PUSICK,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: THELMA PAGE PUSICK
c/o John B. Page
Box 94
l...kew., Toms River, New Jersey
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you, and you
are hereby required to aerve a copy
of your Answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the Plaintiff's attorney,
ROBERT L. BLOOMBEHO, 740 Sey-
bold Building, Miami, Florida, and
file the original Answer in the of-
fice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before August 18, 1952, In de-
fault of which the Bill of Complaint
will be taken as confessed against
"DATED. July IS, 1952.. at Miami,
I>ade County, Florida.
E B LKATHKAMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(Seal)
By: M. C. FEKTE,
Deputy Clerk
ROBERT L BLOOMBERG
Attorney for Plaintiff
740 Keybold Building
Miami 32, Florida
7/25 8/1-8-15
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 28404.A
In Re: ESTATE m
ALBERT M. BERMAN, Deceased
To All Creditors an i All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Agalnsi
i Estate:
to i, Hid each of you, are berebj
notified and required to present an)
claims ami demands which you, or
cither of you, m \ have against the
eatate of ALBERT M. BERMAN, di
ceased late or Dade County, Florida,
t<. the Hon. w. I-. BLANTON, Count)
Judge of of Dade County, and i
same in his office iii the Count)
Courthouse in Dade County. Florid t.
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publlratlon 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 hatred.
Hate July 17. A. I). 1952
WALTER C. KOVNER and
MILTON R. MANNHEIMER,
As Executors of the
Last Will and Testament of
ALBERT M. BERMAN,
I Vceascd.
KOVNER & MANNHEIMER
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. I-Im Ida
7/25 8/1-8-15
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 151625
MILDRED BAKER, Plaintiff
va.
HECTOR FREDERICK BAKER,
Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: HECTOR FREDERICK BAKER
Address "Unknown"
You are required to serve a copy
of your answer to the Rill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on plaintiff's at-
torney, and to file the original ans-
er in the Office of the Clerk of the
circuit Court on or before the 22nd
dav of August, 1M2: otherwise, the
Bin of Complaint for Divorce, here-
tofore filed herein, will be taken as
confessed by you.
DATED at Miami. Florida, this
22nd day of July. 1152,
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By WM \v STOCKING,
Deputy le
MICHAEL M ISENPKP.i;
attorney for Plaintiff
Blscayne Building
Miami. Florida
7 J.". 1 1-8-15
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 151557
CLARA FINEMAN KAHN,
Plaintiff,
vs.
NATHAN KAHN, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: NATHAN KAHN
c/o Kahn Bros.
1470 St. Nicholas Avenue
NEW YORK CITY. NEW Y> >P.K
You. NATHAN KAHN", are hereby
notified that a Bill Of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Hill of Complaint on the plaintiffs
Attorney, STANLEY B. RICHARD,
42 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, ind flla the original Answer or
P idlng In the office of the I'
of the circuit Court on or before
1Mb .1 ,\ of August, IM1 if you I i
to di. so, ludgment by default
be taken against you for the re
di manded In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be publlahed
leek for four i live weeka
HE JEWISH FLLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED Bl M
i ;.,. mi- 18th da) of July, a. D.
i: B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, C Court
Dade Count... I
real)
B) I: H RICE, JR.,
Deputj i 'lerk
STANLEY B. RICHARD
ncoln Road
Mian i l Ii h 1- loi Ida
- j;, v l-v-15____________________________
HENRY G. ROBERTS: (Address
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dlvorci
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IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
l:i: ESTATE "F
ha RRY LEVINS, also know n as
II LEV INE, Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE i- hereby given that 1 hive
filed nn final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Executrix of the
estate of HARRY LEVIN E. also
known as II. LEVINE. demised; and
thai mi the 22nd day of August l5Z,
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>AY. JULY #,,1952 apitol Spotlight +Jmisti Fhrkllan PAGE 3 Anti-Semites and other extreme rightists are urging L Douglas MacArthur to run for the Presidency on ^Nationalist" ticket. He would be supported by "old lard" Republicans and others violently opposed to In. Dwigbt Eisenhower. [MacArthur has still not joined with Republican Lders who repudiated lunatic fringe elements which Jlied under the old soldier's banner at Chicago. The Invention revealed the wholesale emergence of hatetongers who rose from the sewers to infiltrate the Invention hall and leading hotels. 1 MacArthur found that his supporters at the convenL included an embarrassingly active group of elderly ditionists and various Nazi supporters who faded kav after World War II but emerged in Chicago to kve themselves far from dead. The MacArthur camp ts occupied by hundreds of professional anti-Semites no gathered in Chicago in connection with the GOP nvention. Some proponents of Sen. Robert A. Taft serted the Senator after he repudiated hate material tied against Eisenhower. They all found their way lo the MacArthur rallies. |A few minutes after MacArthur spoke in the keyjte address about a "coming crusade," members of Irald L. K. Smith's "Christian Nationalist Crusade" ktributed anti-Jewish propaganda leaflets at convenLn headquarters. The leaflets favored MacArthur and keared Eisenhower as "Ikie" and "the Swedish Jew." Iry effective research work in connection with the fie agitation was done by the non-Sectarian AntiIzi League. MacArthur For President On Nationalist Ticket By MILTON FRIEDMAN meeting boasted a letter of greetings from Sen. Herbert R. O'Connor, Maryland Democrat, who expressed regret at not being able to come in person. At this meeting were Conde Meginley, editor of a "Common Sense," a New Jersey hate sheet; John W. Hamilton, who left the Gerald L. K. Smith organization to go in business for himself; Peter Xavier, author of "Rise, America," and others. Accusations were made against Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy at the Van Hyning meeting. The Senator was accused of "associating" with suspicious people, namely, officials of the Anti-Defamation League. Mrs. Van Hyning said McCarthy met with A. D. L. leaders at the home of columnist George Sokolsky. Sen. Taft was accused of a "soft attitude toward Communism" becaus he repudiated anti-Eisenhower hate material sent out by Gerald L. K. Smith, Joseph P. Kamp, Gerald Winrod, and Rbert H. William. The Van Hyning turn-out included many of the same people who showed up at the main MacArthur rally addressed by Lohbeck. Those warmly welcomed by Mrs. Van Hyning were Elizabeth Dilling, who was tried for World War II sedition; Col. Sanctuary, who was described as the "Grand Old Man" of the Nationalist movement; F. C. Sammons, of the West Virginia Anti-Communist League and others. So much hate material was passed out around the convention hotels that a majority of all pro-MacArthur stuff originated among the Nationalists. They pushed aggressively into the Republican convention structure and made themselves very much at home. Don Lohbeck, chief lieutenant of the Smith organization and editor of "The Cross and Flag" took over tne principal MacArthur rally after he was introduced as an honored guest speaker. Lohbeck denounced the LnnsVnaters' in the Truman administration before the crowd of 500 persons assembled in the Gold Room of the Congress Hotel. Large envelopes of MacArthur promotional matter, printed by Gerald L. K. Smith's presses, were distributed to the crowd. The principal MacArthur campaigning was conducted in Chicago by two "Nationalist" conventions which met several days before the GOP officially convened. Approximately 200 delegates from various "patriotic'' groups gathered to plan strategy for the big convention. A rift was caused by the question of how much overt anti-Semitism should be used and it was this disagreement which caused the Nationalists to split into two factions. About 150 were attracted to the larger meeting which took place at the Atlantic Hotel under the chairmanship of Mrs. Lyrl Van Hyning, head of 'We the Mothers Mobilize for America, Inc." Mrs. Van Hyning said she felt she could not expose the Communist "secret government" without mentioning Felix Frankfurther, Anna Rosenberg, and Herbert HLehman. Joseph Beauharnais, leader of the White Circle League which figured in anti-Negro rioting at Cicero, presided over the smaller gathering. About 50 delegates of hate organizations attended his meeting. Beauharnias said main emphasis should now be placed on "white supremacy" rather than on the "Jewish question." This )l Schwartz liami Pioneer, ited On Birthday In a garden setting at the home |M ml Mrs. Isador Fine, 610 I 21st Road, on Sunday, a reption honoring a long-time Mili nt, Mr. Sol Schwartz. • hi lil in celebration of his h I ii thday. Sreeting the 250 guests, in adlinn to Mr. and Mrs. Fine, sonllaw and daughter of Mr. SchITtz, were his other children. and Mrs. Jack Schwartz, son Sol Schwartz daughter-in-law; Mr. and Nathan Schwartz, son and Ighter-in-law; two daughters, p Ida Schwartz, of Miami, and Arthur R. Schwartz, New tans. Unable to be present p his son-in-law, Arthur prartz, and son and daughter^w. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. |w;ut/, of Tampa. ne honor guest has lived in Imi since 1915 and is a found|meniber of Beth David SynaUe. He has five grandchildren "ding Louis Fine, Miami; Pfc. fn Schwartz, at present in ea with the Engineer Supply Miss Marcella Schwartz, Rungton; and Robert Jay and [g£d Schwartz, of Tampa. Services Held Sunday For Mrs. Rose Temple Hundreds of friends and mourners gathered Sunday at Riverside Memorial Chapel to pay last tribute to Mrs. Rose I Temple, long time resident. Mrs. Temple died Saturday | night following a t'.iree-day ill' ness. She had recently celebrat, ed her 86th birthday at a party : in her home given by her daughter. Miss Elsa Alyza Temple. Her residence was 1759 SW 21st St. Mrs. Temple was the widow of Dr. I. A. Temple, who held a rabbinate in Dover. N.J., and other cities. They had also made their home in Palestine from 1930 to 1936. Widely-known in Greater Miami for her numerous charitable and philanthropic interests, Mrs. Temple, who made it a practice to recite prayers three time a day, was an active member of 1 the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Congregation Beth-El Sisterhood, the Hebrew Academy, j Jewish Home for the Aged, and Greater Miami Hebrew Free %  Loan Society. She was prominent I in the active work of Hadassah, I National Home for Jewish Childi ren in Denver, the Jewish Coni sumptive Relief Society, YeshI iva University, Cerebral Palsy j Association, and Jewish Nation | al Fund. She was active in the Gulden Age Group of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Funeral services were at 3 p.m. ] Sunday. Officiating clergymen I included Rabbi Dr. Shmaryahu T. Swirsky, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff and Rev. Maurice Mamches. Mrs. Temple is survived by Elsa, Charles and John; and a grandson, Ralph Jason, 19-yearold scholarship student at the University of Miami. Interment took place in Mount Sinai Cemetery, in the section reserved exclusively for Sabbath observers. Fishman Visits Shoe Factories In Israel During Trip JERUSALEM (Special) — Israel's growing shoe industry got some helpful hints last week from Greater Miami's top Israel Bond salesman and a one-time American leader in the designing of women's footwear. Here on an inspection tour of factories established with aid of the $500,000,000 State of Israel Bond Drive, Jacob Fishman, of 5334 LaGorce Drive, Miami Beach, earned his trip to the young republic as a reward for selling $80,000 in Israel Bonds to neighbors and friends. Accompanied by Mrs. Fishman, the prize winner inspected a string of new projects springing up in the new Jerusalem industrial area, including a stop-off at a modern shoe manufacturing firm. During his visit to the shoe firm, Mr. Fishman was greeted by the firm's directors and workers. A veteran shoe designer, the Floridian inspected various IsIraeli shoe styles, offered suggesj tions on new models and handled the company's latest pieces of machinery. Commenting on his tour, Mr. Fishman said that "every one of us in America who bought Israel Bonds should be proud of the fact that he or she had the opportunity to participate in this sister republic's historic achievement of building a bastion of democracy in the strategic Middle East." Accountants Honored Two Miami accountants have been elected to the American Institute of Accountants, national professional society of certified public accountants. The new members are Harold S. Bamberger, 80 NW 34th Avenue, who conducts his own firm, and Stanley D. Cohn, 1035 SW 3rd Street, a partner in the firm of Levine and Cohn. Mr. Bamberger and Mr. Cohn are both members of the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants and hold 'CPA certificates from the State. [tional Council Announces Scholarship rpetual Memorial To Sylvia Williams phe Greater Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Pen has established a scholarship in the name of Mrs. Nat L. pams. The loan scholarship, to be known as the Sylvia Williams onal Scholarship, was announced in a resolution expressing treat loss to the membership and the community in Mrs. Wil'I' ath. '1rs. Williams was a past president of the Miami Section of Ml and her outstanding leadership qualities benefitted many groups, Jewish and non-Jewish throughout the community, resolution stated. At the time of her death she was president e Children's Service Bureau, answering the demand of those wishing to honor Mrs. Wil. the Council Section decided that a scholarship would be a fs perpetual memorial. The scholarship will be offered at the P'sity of Miami where Council already has five students parT urn ln lts scholarship program. All contributions received in I Williams' name are being directed to the fund, and further tibutions may be sent to Council Office, 135 NW Third Ave. Ahavas Israel Plans New Synagogue Building Ahavas Israel Synagogue, organized and founded by its spiritual leader, Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, less than a year ago has purchased a corner lot and building on Miami Beach. Mr. Harry Kaplan, president of the congregation announced that plans are under way to build the new synagogue belore the High Holidays. Mr. Kaplan also stated that a goal of $150,000 has been set for the building fund. Tl%e temporary house of worship and offices of Ahavas Israel are located at 7135 Byron Avenue, Miami Beach. y e>CWHCe^ 350 Lincoln Road Suit* 302 — Phone 5-5419 Entrance on Washington AT*. ocuusrs PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES Jotting down some facts and figures on Israel's industrial expansion. Jacob Fishman is shown on an inspection of one of a chain of Israel Bond-aided factories in Israel.



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I I PAGE 6 9-Jewistncridiain_ FRIDAY, JULY 25. "Between You and Me 9 %  By BORIS SMOLAR 51, .' %  is "•"• In: > COKMUNA^ CONFLICTS: Thfc n be seen from 1 Tenner David Be:Gurion '-' %  %  lers H %  Mi Ben Surioi it effective, the i ntens %  s forbol tely. Mr. BenG that in N York.l pei tense activil the UJA Fall, with variations for -, • • %  I of ; \ • • • • the t was i I INSiZ-K WFORMATIOM H Brock Center. Vice President. Industrial and Personnel o .?.'•.„. rern Air Lines, is shown reading an executive memRelat.sns Eastern A.rL.ne Rickenbacker President and GenCra "M^,„^Et?e?n Air Lines, announcing distribution by the ^r^nv t 9 o all of its Supervisory Personnel of the "Primer on con-.Fany to ail oi iis o P J reedom Pamphlet prefSb^AJSiiSL& "LSK of B'nai Brith, Also shown fre leM Gilbe J Balkin. Florida Director. Ant.-Defamat.on Leaoue ard r"ht Sanford M. Swerdlin. member of the Flor.da k D L ExecutiveCommittee. Captain Rickenbacker. .n his memor?SS a-vs-ed that the ADLs "Primer on Communism con•,;;.; 3 r-.cs: complete ar.d detailed explanation about the Com5 movement. Communist strategy, ana other information on Communism which should be of great interest and help to all of .-"-".' oersonnel of Eastern Air Lines." Captain Riclcen:;Va e — meeds to the supervisory personnel that. 'It is my sincere wish that you study this booklet carefully and use it to i r*-r: ability. laVcl CroNM Asks For VolunlMrN Drivers. rru ptioni-ts and t ists an needed at once by Dade County Chapter oi a, American Red Cross, 5020 Bis eaytja Blvd., to replace many" the refular volunteers who J nut o' town. Motor Service needs men u women with drivers' lieonsec I drive Red Cross cars to L places as the Cardiac Childre" Home, Veterans Hospital andi transport the blind, according Mrs. Denton Harrington, t hiJ man. W Mrs. Ritter Levinson. chairn of the Staff Aides Service for volunteers with or witha business training. Mrs. J. Rilcy Staats. chairn of the Service Groups, states t even though volunteers can in but one morning or afternoon] week, their assistance will welcomed. Interested per*. are asked to call the Chapter! 80-6661. %  G %  %  %  • E i I tsons Stare 1 ettlc I on a "gl to 7 ... ". I : t is ab! l ...-• Thus. 1 the .: • • ... g 1 ... i in t.-.e United S ..-...-.. e to avoid frici • %  %  • v "" I %  %  %  %  %  ai gai 7 • %  J stroyed fcy the : 01 the ( -" — _. w ta idy pre] PERSONALITY PROFILES %  rtant ] '• %  %  %  %  Miamians Named To Statewide Qptometric Posts South Fl .-. ... ttees %  • 52-5 FOA presiI v. M : the %  • '1 : • %  • %  Dr. I 5. G. Schi pu tioi Mind 1 G o.--.-• • • • • : .': : : I • and '•'• C al 1 %  • • Soul lists ii %  GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Miv >:. ,-fl;f -t.j -,row; you n. en t n roof littr '•6t sfactory Work by Ect•-:a Mn" ** tW. 23nd Avtnin tes with the state association in and organization TIT""" 1 "*' •UMIGAIION-. NYLON TENTS l,lm, ... ... ."• % %  litMt 499 in t %  *" %  mmmmr Pin irirm t* m aaM •41 MKATNC UWD.tH.2.3W GET AUTOMATIC DEFROSTING AT A NEW LOW PRICE! GET SELFDEFROSTING! KELVIN ATOR BORSCHT W COLD MANISCHEWITZ inaci rune borscht ASK FOR Kosher Zion Products at your LOCAL DELICATESSEN & MARKET Make Sure 1*1 No. 1 •Y THE BAKUS OF *A*CHiwrr2 MATZOS MORTGAGE LOANS HENRY E.WOLFF CO. D.stributed by M<:YIVSO\ FOOD SPECIALTIES CO 22 K.E. 2nd AVE. MIAMI Phone 3-7791 • n. h. ofCtld Spaa • > rM, CW.1I • U "i. h .1 sk.ll W | • NW a H iH— OMI • 1* aW,.M Crl.^r, I • ktr^abA. I.^IM, kaa IOMI Mas 1 M^IMAIDMMMS llca.h. Ca• na.lMacCMI • %  .*. ft. rfsWi *Ml • TJ aa %  1 %  11 V %  %  *" THERE H4 BETTER REFRIGERATOR. 0 RICHARDSON FURNITURE-WAREHOUSE Furiuhi.. *P. HOMtS HOTftS ond APARTMIN'S 636 N. W. 24th St. Near 7th Ave. CUlll dkaAA'll|<.lJ.MIIll.l!lli:n.l3



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PAGE 10 Off The Record Bv NATHAN ZIPR1N th. issue o* religious educatioa The religious block is ^ ht ie u I,:,;,!;,, £ Eduction Of a unifbrm education law and it I +Jeistncrk§iaiL Sam Steen Chosen As Amvets Head \t the recent convention of the Vvvets at the Alcazar Hotel. Sam Steen was dected Floridd* partn enl eommender. : ,v Ol Robert Richter post. FRIDAY, JULY 25. IPJW mem^""d^SfuJA ^X d toel to £nddr^"hreached ..|john Miller. pute between theWA uui connection with this crisis Orlando, junior cntical and dangerous* nwm ^^ ^^ ^ iw>nt vlS!t ^ omn and Memorial Evening To Pay Tribute To Labor Leader Baskin A memorial evening for the well known labor leader. Joseph Baskin. Will he held tonight.8:30 n m in the Lyceum. 25 Washingion Avenue. The program has been arranged by the Workmen s Ch-cle Branches 692. 699 and 1050. Jheir Women's Clubs, the Boards of the two YLP7f h ^ and the Jewish Socialist Verband of Greater Miami. Joseph Baskin. who passed au „ v 4 weeks ago. was General S< cretary of the nation Jewfraternal organization, the w. : kmen's Circle, and editor of its irgan, The Friend", for 38 years. Born in LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE NOTICE IK MKKKI'.Y (he undernlaneil t the dlsconi Duai v ol III.' use of the fictitious ol (Hi' use I.I tne llutltiou* Ham, COMFORT A IRK OK BOtTH I 'I I'll >A. by "' HKRNAKH HEIlCHliK HAIU>I>1> P. \M:i.-< 7/18 — 1/1-1-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW U5 NOT1CH IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underslune'l, I-I ... ... husineim under the flctltloux i,.,„ roMM>lTAIIlE of SOUTH PL-OS. IDA. nt Dade County. Florida, Intendl to register wild name with II.. of the Circuit Court of lmde I Florida. HARnl.K P. WE188 Sole Owner 7 2:. — 8/1-8-15 '•+,, 1land. studied elecce. Russia the rST-ndIcoWnSs ir pt to influence public opinion is -: anto the United States ,m M W. %  vcu"V' %  l\i nt a tmustbi but perhaps nounc£d at thai Here. Mr Baskin ^cameaMOi no expert on) nt to pi with the Wertmghouae the merits of the dispute. C mmoi trie plant in Pittsburgh. remained for 6 years. time he was ictive .. Cil le and the S i ment. In 1914 he NUGGET.. ^ Ra iiery of the University of Not! Dan the general offici ..;.;•'„.•.: v .. f t heWork. :. t irele and two -..._.%  %  rta .. In< • %  .,. • • I teneral sect Centuries of Painting" series .. ipacity. Mr. Bass fight against elements the organ the very fal ol Israel Thi "' he has ho qualifications t idgi th< merits oi xne QB P U. v % % %  %  atee I al way can and must el ur ';''.-• %  %  rdmate 1 tivities of bol i with ul anect .. •_• .... ... ••. of either of them. %  • nt st to 1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 28363 B In Re: %  STATE OF LUCAS W. 8IEFKER. Dec* ,\ To All Creditors and All Persona Ha. Ing Claims or Demands Amm.it Said Estate: You, and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any I.I i ins and demands Which you. or either of you. may have asalnst the estate of LUCAS W. BIEFKER. deroastifl I.iiiof Dade County, i i to the Honorable County Ju.in.s .,( Dade Couaty. and file the MUM In their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within • %  ipcht calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Saul [aim or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant .mil t.. bi iwora to and presented a nfsret same will be barred. Data Jub Mi A. i>. 1*52 1*1 MARIK HUMES SICFKER As Administratrix of the Estate of LUCAS BIE1 ;. %  %  l |. It. MAY KltS A Home) fin Marie Hum..Klefker Ailniinlstratrlx 7/tS l/l-t-18 .; .,. art "The Great Centui l Pamtirg M i f/ ret.,.. > t ..,,. Swiss publishing houst if Sklira is an ,/ ^JL^§/pAk live of providii public with a < gWeCe !" £I i ntrol of I ::•. A %  :.:•. str'.kini; worss ^Bhsv it 4 ~--^.--A-_] ^r^\k • ** k^ ^ ^ ^ \ ^ %  ^BL a a ^ ^ %  %  J^ A *^ a^&^H B^B^BW I iin in t nt.7 — si v>^ T^ l^f I o each s iccessive pi Hated and contrast* I The reproduc-. ves are works of art and the edil rial material is contribution to art literature Looking through my correspondence tile 1 came across a letter from Herbert Bayard Swope •• sj i still nsiders himself a newspaperman de^ pj from th Id of journalism. Old habits, it seems, neither easil) shed i or relinquished Evidence of the extent ... ( determinat life in Austria, and in Europe as ..,;:. can .< gleaned from th tact that only three Jewish births. .., |a boy, were in Vienna during the months of April and May as against 28 deaths, eighteen men and ten worr.e:About :'•.: %  Fi annually to the Frei binate lor leave I n\ erted 1 At the same overmen trend among Jews has nished to a vanishing i nt. In i j, .. s .. [ inity duhng and si fti i the Xaxi'j Iren against a r n Hitler lo 1 told Israel's current prison population is ; -:.att d al 800 Beci minor • W -. .. %  sect • I ; ; ktj" 1 to as 1 i is become a seet n of terroris st Jews • tuns of beard-l -•. ." • I S I %  %  .: jnprtnted t two rabbis on 1 shown relucts "v en Sin n E s • ted next D .•-." lusi Mi %  %  Ian 1 Court ( A| st Jew i : n Mai viand's ehest < urt HOUSEHOLD HINTS :£;:s:;=.£ DOMCSJl -' HEX" REi*5-£ -* s KfO WK KM A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 5* S E MSt-e*t ** •-•*?' i^ v£ :-;\5E=;. c-DAY WORKERS S5 b FARE COLC=ED VA QS PART T VE OR FULL TIME IN PR'\ TE HOVCS SPECIALIZING Hotel Maids Porter* Dishwashers ACE EMPLOYMENT 'Z? N.E. *st Ait P. •-SS07 No C^*rge t e En-pioyer MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. MachteL Director 55:-5 N. W. 3rd St Phone 87-S201 GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STCRE rRCHT — PLATE sad WINDOW GLASS Pwaitwpo Topa. Bviad Mirran end RoaUr^ring Oui SpecUltr IA la. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORUS IRYI\G GORDOS With hot weather here to stay for %  while, health authorities a'.l over the country are warnir.* housewives to carry out an eitrnsive bug trilling program which will automatically stop the spread of many diseases The common house cockroach, health authorities *ay. is one of the worst offenders in the spread of many diseases Investigators have found that cockroaches carry disease organisms mechanically or harbor them for a short period in their intestinal tract. Good sanitation and general cleanliness are the first lines of defense in cockroach control. This could very *U be a u.•:::*.-.;> community protect Housewives may greatly aid in • bug killing program by keeping the premises free of garbage, dirty bcf.'.e*. cans, and ether refuse that serve as roach food sources. After eliminating roach harborir.i places, a good insecticide is recommended to destroy the roaches and keep them down. Of course, for this purpoee I use Real-Kill Bug Killer. While cockroaches are probably the moat annoying bug the housewife has to contend with the preeeoce of flies and moaquitoes plays a defmite role in the transmraaaoB of diseases, and many health departments contend that they may be responv.b.e for the development and spread of some of the senoua summer diseases. To be successful, a bug killing prc^rem must be earned out coobacaaaa insects are able to five, long distances and. although there may be no ir.*c:i %  .: .: prerr.;j*i Mdajr, ycu %  SB) have plenty of them tomorrow. Yes. a bug-free Some is not only a :e*::> clear, home but also one tasa susceptible to diseases, and I %  recommend Real H K as a auccaeaful instrumer.t foe treating your homes for hold bugs During .rdministration. the jeducat .edical and social .-< rvi( nts were organized, as well as the home for the itary and intermediate Yiddish schools, summer camps, youth and women's IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 151653 WILLIAM K BARRINEAl' P nUfl vs. KTHHl, FIKl.nS BARRINKAr. I>ef.lant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO ETHBl. I1KI.I %  < B vRRl.VEAC, l>emopolli>. Alabama. V.iu are retiulr-cl l" serve of the Answer to the BUI • %  '. Coaliilalnt ui>on th>> plaintiff's aitorney, MORTON ROTHENBERG, 4:: %  I.lnln Road. .Mln mi Beach, oran^..i and English speaking iinil ,,,,. he oriainai in th. nfii !" il: ... of the Clerk of the fii Active in the Ort. he worked •'•••[',"• AwaJ •' %  ':' %  „';";, > ; '. all for th. H1AS. the labor diSfJ? New York FederaDatasi this :;nd day of Jub. D. Philanthropies, the : E t^ATHERMAK, list Verband. the ] Clark of the > Jewish Labor Committee, the (Seal) m ._ and others. In 1945 "taU •''•"'' ih labor consultant 7 ..-, v l-.-i:. San Francisco Conference N tior.s. • • • Mem irial EvM ix H I, who M i %  will di The ed by .. a colleague and I 1 ss •• (Mi Bi 1 will be • rn er co-w nds L£GAL NOTICE ..' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that th.undersigned, "leairinp In era -. under the fl.-tlt KlKTK-A-BTE CHIU) CARK 11 K. st sii Unootn R' .' B r.ni-t.T -^i'l 11a" wlll J the Clarh ••' ih< l>aile C.unty. Morlda. ...„.,.• MBS Kit AM S 1-S s ~~i CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVEN"JUO ClAL CIRCUIT. IN A\3 COR DADE COUNTY. C -C= :i iN CHANCERY. N.;7 tiff "' HEN !>.••.•.!..• : NOT .E Bv PUBLICATION COHEN, Street '%  sin a 1 ops • I.. the |i, ntlfl l.mthe oftlc • -'i. 1 r be%  .... 1 i, ITHERM \N. • H RICE, JR Clerk FOR PR1XTIXU Call a TWIN cm' PRESS. Inf. 120 NZ SIXTH STREET Phone 8-71*4 &f MIAMI cmmvAMJBacmm no MI J 9 Spec k:: -rinq in Care to the Elderiy and Chrsmically HI # ^ 24 Hour N utta og Serrice &f ) • Special Diets Strictly Obeerred &f &f &f &f • PriTale and Semi-Prlr-.e Rooms % LEO AllEH DasKtex 33S S. W. 12th ATS BU A Phensf* 2-M37 and S-2*l X S. J. Fni'dmnn HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Waahiagton Ara, Miami Baach Between Fcunh azj MBJ SU. Habr>w Raiigiovu Suppfiau For Srnaoosvea aad PriTaAe Use. Also for Hebrew Scbostal. r-xc tano Tala^boaa 5-W17 ".rr.e.-al Repair on all Make Trucks and Care Ba trie and Acetylene Weldlna; COULTON BROS. GARAGE W-eck. Rebuilt — Hody Repairs and Palntlna r-ee PU-k-Up and Delivery — Wrecker Service --'4 : till 140 SW. ?th Street SERVING GREATEB MIAMI CHILDREN MEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE W537



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nupiy iih.Y K PAGE 2 Our UN Newsletter Bv ARTHUR LEWIS (Copyright, 1952.Jewish Telegraphic Agency. By ARTHUR LEWIS Aiency. inc.) Although the anti-Semitic agiUon in Iran should not be exseerated. it has disturbed observers here in that it has come not so much from the obviously Fascist elements in the country such as the Pan-Iran Party, and the newly formed Nazi Party, as om pro-government newspap, ra It is considered to be particularly regrettable in view of the fact that the Jews have been living in harmony among the Iranian people for many years— some of them can grace their ancestry back to the days of Darius the Gnat. King of Persia. The Jews in Iran have been guaranteed equality along with other subjects of the Shah by the constitution, and they elect a deputy to the parliament. Only a short time ago. the representaves ol the Jewish community in Teheran visited Premier Mossadegh and wished him the traditional "one hundred and twenty vears of life like the Patriarch Moses" and pledged him their support. The agitation has disturbed Jews that they have sent a %  ition to the Pi him 'to take action in the i institution (ol t te untry) and I ti ,: the %  ted Natioi I ng n end ,1 and anti-S nil t .: in Iran." ne would II 1 %  %  : ~ • ith i M Bro' : • ... ;. i %  I %  sentative in Israel was withdrawn. This was not an official break in relations because the representative did not have fun i diplomatic status, but it was a backward step. Yet. the Iranian delegation at the United Nations has "continued to show a lack 01 hostility, if not friendliness, toward Israel. The Feddavin Party has been Premier Mossadegh's main suprh.it. and at the same time his I undoing; it has been his staff as well as the rod which chastises him Its ultra-religious nationalism its blind fanaticism, have prevented any settlement Ol the Anglo-Iranian oil dispute: and the Feddavin Party more than anyone else is responsible tor the failures of every attempt at conciliation bv the British, bv President Truman's special envy. Avenll Harriman, and by the United Nations. As a result of this refusal to negotiate, the Iranian economy is in a parlous state and growing worse. Pav for civil servants is late. Unemployment is widespread. Government public works projects have been suspended. 'l: vemment has used up the wheat stabilization fund for current xpenses and cannol ps to build up ; [n ports are lown to a • There is a 1 that 1 nti-Semil agitatioi • pporl .... • ntrj S • %  tan. 1 t. to is • %  • • progen • n to invite 1 Mount Sinai Hospital s Second Annual Reoort Reveals Expanded Services to the community of ^J^SSmSA future plans to meet he OL^eVA'^^SB thii week to members of the ^ough the graphic mediums of photographs, drawing, a, d charts the 32-page booklet, printed in blue on a white background and prepared by the Public Relations Department of the Hospital, tells the storv ol Mount Sinai's erowth in the two years since it was founded. The introduction contains mesuses from Max Orovitz, president of the Board of Trustees, and Samuel Gertner, Executive Direct,", express the gratitude of the Hospital to the $105,000 by receipts from Mount Sinai's Jubilee show. Among the advances made in f.ci lies oflered and service are & enlarging of the Emergency ind Out-Patient Departments and also the Blood Bank and Cardiographic Laboratory, equipmentof a physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Department, completion of a new ward for colored patients, establishment of a School of Practical Nursing, and the ad-M" amiss & c f ==^,^ the uncasing efforts to make es Of particular note in the booklet are the pages devoted to Mount Sinai's teaching and reprograms in which fields gnat strides were made during the past year. Israeli Cantor On WMBM Aron Weingarten. cantor and .composed who recently arrived ions. Listed are (r(im ferael, w jH appear on Jacob the Hospital, the Schachter's Jewish Radio Hour "over WMBM Sunday. July 27th, at 2 urn. Mount Sinai Hospital one of the foremost in the Greater Miami The report records the Hospital's services to the area in the past year which included tae admission of 8.052 patients for a total of 56.585 patient days. 5.086 clinic visits. 7.188 emergency treatments, and 81.355 laboratory examinations. Listed the officers ol the 282 physicians on the medical and surgical staffs, ai %  %  the members of the ad > inistrative staff. A financial statement for l9ai I • ,| assets of approxi-1.500.000. and an 0| atingdi I S236.770, ol which ; et by the Gn .; Jewish Federation I WANT MY MILK And Be Sr. m FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "MUk Products" Dacro Protected TKL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at End of Bird Rd. A Snipper CrMtl There Is No Service Charge For A *. 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FfflDAY, JULV^S;'I9T52 +Jmlsfi hcrkfian PAGE-15 ZTTHE. COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT K AND FOR DADE COUNTY, ,N FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. FU No. 281MB nESTATE OF "Vu-'l/ ELLIOTT GILLER NOTICE TO CREDITOR* robate Act. [Mte June 25. A.D. 152. HEX GILLER. As Administrator of the Estate of -_ PAUL ELLIOTT CILLER. Deceased. MYERS. IIEIMAN & KAPLAN tltorneva for Administrator 7 1 11-18-M RO Alt 7'" V NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW S'uTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that ii .i. islgn.Ml, desiring to engage in ,. -under the fictitious name of |\\VTHORNE ELECTRONICS OF .'111 HA", at 1524 N. W. 17th Avi,. Miami. Florida, intends to reg.1 name with the Clerk of the n nit Court of I>ade County. FlorJILII'S SHRIER, Sole Owner ,i:l ur I, P.l.iMi.MltKltc, %  ui-v fur Applicant ..I.I liuildlnic ml, Florida NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NiiTK'K IS HEREBY GIVEN that I. rslgned, desiring to engage In nucleithe fictitious name of Hi i.NIES. nt 144S S Treasure North Bay Village, Miami ia intends to register aald 11th the Clerk of the Circuit i I lade • • %  Hint v. Florida. DREW HEVKI.' IPMENT CORPORATK>N S GENET for Applicant : i-s-15 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 151S85 INTONE, Plaintiff, \\T< iNE, .Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE Pantone 6tb street klyn, Mfw York Kgldla •ffcnt^ii.-. are hereby it a Will "f Complali I been filed gainst yrrii. :. qalnid to ei ve i copy Vnswer ir Pleading to the plain! ..n the plaintiff's v • MYEK8, IIEIMAN AKA S, ) I...Ill Building. Miami. %  .i file the original Answer In the office of ihe Clerk • i 'ouri I'll or before the f August, 195] if you fall %  •. Judgment by default will be Insl ML i for '!>• %  relief deilie Rill ..:' Comi i t hall be publlahed once %  i fout nneeeutlve weeks IEWISH I'i.i RI1 HAN \\|i ORDERED at Miami. this 21-1 day of July, A.D. R B LEATHERMAN, eric, • 'limit i 'iiurt. County, Florida %  • %  Bj \VM W STOCKING, I'. putj c:,rk R/1-8-1S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N"TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai [in len Igne I, dealrlng to engage in under the fictitious name of HI.I..VS APARTMENTS, at INI \< "iVenue, Miami Beach, Florida. '" register aald name with Clerk of the Circuit Court of 1 County, Florida. 1*1 IMItEltTO OltVIETO /' SILVIA tiRVIETO IRI-.NKT .<• OENBT, i:sys. • for Appliciinta 1 "-25 8/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ., NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that I signed, il. siring to engage In I under the fictitious name of I, ,'.,. K %  GHEEN AHVERTISING 1 I M1DIOS, at 403 llrlckell AvUlaml, Florida. Intends to reg;''•' s.ml name with the Clerk of ; nt Court i.f 11..de County. l"i ..l.i ... JACK I. GREEN, sole owner ,'NROE DIXON n*> for Owner %  '• — S'l-S ._ .NOTICE TO CREDITORS ,N ,I HE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. Ne. 2S137 B In Re: ESTATE OK CALVIN NARCISENFELD, To All Creditors and All Persons HavIf".. Y"! 1 "" or Remands 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 CALVIN NARCISENFELD deceased late of nade County, I-.... %  da. to the Hon. FRANK II. IXJWLINIS, County Judge of nade County and file the same In his office In the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, 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 aforsesaid, or same will be I .a i red nate July 14. A.D. 1932. RUTH L. NARCISENFELD, As Administratrix of the Estate of CALVIN NARCISENKELO, l>eceased. KOVNER & MANNHEIMER Attorneys for Administratrix 7/18-2.1 — 8/1-8 .. THJE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE e, V JF NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. ,,.„,, No. 151317 IIARILYN MEYER, Plaintiff. f"HN MEYER, Defendanl NOTICE BY PUBLICATION JOHN MEYER '• %  I Grand Concourse %  •"•'ix '.::. New York You •• required to serve %  copy i ."muvii io .-i in> a cop> I wer to the BIN ..r Com[.,." ''"' Divorce on plaintiff's atl "'I i file the original nnsT '!'• Office Of the Cl.rk of the I ouri on or l.. fort the 11th } % %  let, 1951 otharwlae, the .1 ,' ,' '"npla.nt for Divorce, here: '"| herein, will he taken as bj you. Florida, this E It' I.KAIIIIMtMAN. clerk ..r tin. circuit Court H> \VM. \V STOCKING, ,,,. .'''Tmy C|,.,k ltt„ V M lENBERG (Ion ley for P| a | n ,„, ,; ^cgrn. liulldln. — /l-8 day ..f j„| v ,.,-,_. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In li u ..",f?. B u, l do so. Judgment l.y default will be taken imamst > on for demanded in the Bill of %  'I'laVed'at Miami. Florida, this 0th d *Thls notYce' shall be published once each wek for lour gwecutlve waeka ta THE JEWISH r^u &> Clerk. Circuit < 'ourt By: JOHN WEST. Deputy Clerk PALLOT. SILVER MULLOY Attorneys for Plaintiff 804 Ingrnham Building Miami. Florida. 7/4-11-18-25 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 28074A In Re: ESTATE OF ISABEL JACOBSON, Deceased 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. W. BLANTON and FRANK II. DOWL1NO, County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In his office in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 13S Probate Act. Date June 27th, A.D. 1952. s/ HARRY JACOBSON. As Executor of the Last Will and Testament of ISABEL JACOBSON'. Deceased. HARRY ZUKERNICK, ESQ. Attorney for Executor 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 7/4-11-18-25 LEGAL NOTICE IN TH| CIRCUIT COURT OF THst ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 15162 FRANCES C. CLEMENS, Plaintiff. MICHAEL A. CLEMENS. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: Mr. Michael A, Clemens, South Fields, New York You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 22nd day of August, P.ii2. otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed by you. DATED at Miami, Florida, this 22nd day of July, 1952. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Cler k MICHAEL M. ISENHKRG Attorney for Plaintiff 140.7 Blscayne Building Miami, Florida 7/g. — 8/1-8-15 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 28072 In Re: ESTATE OF IRVING G. KOISLEY. Deceased 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 agalnet the estate of IRVING 0 KOBLEY, deci ised late of Dade County. Florida, to the Honorable County Judges oi I lade County, and file the same In his office in the County Courthouse In I Mde County, Florida, within elgbl calei lar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Bald claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claim.mt and to be to and presented as at -aid, or same will be barred, Date June :: % %  A I MIRIAM KOBLEY, As Execul rlx of the Laat Will and Testament •>: IRVING >:. KOBLEY, MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for KM. utrlx 7 l-Jl-18-23 _^_ 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 11 WHITE, Defendant TO: JOHN D. WHITE I |fl t Jormley Aval Roosevelt, Ixm; Island New York NOTICE BY PUBLICATION You. JOHN D. WHITE, are hereby that a Pill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed agalnal you, ami you .i'^required to serve %  cony Of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, HENRY NUSSENBAL'M, 1041 Seyhold Building. Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clark of the Circuit Court on or before the 1st day of August, 1952. 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 Julv, IMS. K. Ii. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Hade Countv. Florida By JOHN WEST. Deputy Clerk HENRY NUS8ENBAUM Attorney for Plaintiff, 1041 Beybold Building Miami. Florida 7/4-11-18-25 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 2M17-B RE: ESTATE OF W1LLAKD S. SCOTT, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Adminlatrator of the eatate of W1LLARD S. SCOTT, deceased: and that on the 8th day of August, 19i2. will apply to the Honorable FRANK B. DOW LI NO, CountyJudge of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administrator of the Estate bf WILLARD 8, SCOTT, deceased This 8th day of July, 1952. MARVIN B, SCOTT. Administrator HARRY ZUKERNICK, B8Q. Attorney for Administrator 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 7,11-18-25 — 8/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, dealrlng to engage In business under the fictitious name of DEALERS ASSOCIATES at 2600 S. W. 15th Street. Miami. Florida. Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit court of Dade County. Florida. PATRICK G. OIBB SIDNEY A. CHAPLIN Owners 7/11-18-23 — /l 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. Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Sid 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 ..f BENJAMIN FRANK, deceased late of Pole County, Florida. to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, ..:..i flla the same in his office in the County Courthouse In Dade County. Floii.la. within eight r months from the dale of the first publication hereof. SaM claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred SARAH FRANK. As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of BENJAMIN FRANK. Deceased. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Executrix 7/4-11-18-25 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 26138 IN RE: Batata of ABE BIALOLENKI, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administratrix <>f i!..Eatate of ABE BIALOLENKI, i teed; and that l v.ill on the Ith da> .>!' August, 1952, apply t<> the Hon irable .1 udges of t he above curt of Dade County, Florida, for ,.ti <.f said final report and for fin.il discharge as Administratrix as i aid. This 2nd day of Julv. Pi"'!. DORA BIALOLENKI, as Adr.i.nlstratrlx ..1 the Estate oi AHi: BIALOLENKI, i ii teed. NORMAN R. LYONS, Attorney (<>: %  s.ti.i Eatate 7 IJ.J8.25 — 8/1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 151549 JOSEPH C. PUSICK, Plaintiff, THELMA PAGE PUSICK, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: THELMA PAGE PUSICK c/o John B. Page Box 94 l...kew.,ade County, Florida. E B LKATHKAMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court (Seal) By: M. C. FEKTE, Deputy Clerk ROBERT L BLOOMBERG Attorney for Plaintiff 740 Keybold Building Miami 32, Florida 7/25 — 8/1-8-15 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 28404.A In Re: ESTATE m ALBERT M. BERMAN, Deceased To All Creditors an i All Persons Having claims or Demands Agalnsi i Estate: TO i, Hid each of you, are berebj notified and required to present an) claims ami demands which you, or cither of you, m \ have against the eatate of ALBERT M. BERMAN, di cea s ed late or Dade County, Florida, t<. the Hon. w. I-. BLANTON, Count) Judge of of Dade County, and i same in his office iii the Count) Courthouse in Dade County. Florid t. within eight calendar months from the date of the first publlratlon 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 hatred. Hate July 17. A. I). 1952 WALTER C. KOVNER and MILTON R. MANNHEIMER, As Executors of the Last Will and Testament of ALBERT M. BERMAN, I Vceascd. KOVNER & MANNHEIMER 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. I-Im Ida 7/25 — 8/1-8-15 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 151625 MILDRED BAKER, Plaintiff va. HECTOR FREDERICK BAKER, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: HECTOR FREDERICK BAKER Address "Unknown" You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Rill of Complaint for Divorce on plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original anser in the Office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the 22nd dav of August, 1M2: otherwise, the Bin of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed by you. DATED at Miami. Florida, this 22nd day of July. 1152, E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court By WM \v STOCKING, Deputy • le MICHAEL M ISENPKP.i; attorney for Plaintiff Blscayne Building Miami. Florida 7 J.". 1 1-8-15 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 151557 CLARA FINEMAN KAHN, Plaintiff, vs. NATHAN KAHN, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: NATHAN KAHN c/o Kahn Bros. 1470 St. Nicholas Avenue NEW YORK CITY. NEW Y> >P.K You. NATHAN KAHN", are hereby notified that a Bill Of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, STANLEY B. RICHARD, 42 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, ind flla the original Answer or P idlng In the office of the I' %  of the circuit Court on or before 1Mb .1 ,\ of August, IM1 if you I i to di. so, ludgment by default • be taken against you for the re di manded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be publlahed • leek for four i live weeka HE JEWISH FLLORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED Bl M i ;.,. mi18th da) of July, A. D. i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, C Court Dade Count... I real) B) I: H RICE, JR., Deputj i 'lerk STANLEY B. RICHARD ncoln Road Mian i l Ii %  %  h 1loi Ida j;, — v l-v-15 HENRY G. ROBERTS: (Address %  i You ai • %  hereb) nol I dlvorci • thi %  County, Flo %  TH 1R1NE I. ip iBERTS, and uu \ %  %  Plaintiff, at S10 %  t. S lia ida. and nswer In thi off • of the i iei i> • • %  .,. mfessa i b) : %  ou. Dal I Julj i.. i: p. LEATHERMAN, i -i. i;, ..f the B) WM W STOCKING, : 25 — i-<-i5 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA l:i: ESTATE "F HA RRY LEVINS, also know n as II LEV INE, Deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE ihereby given that 1 hive filed nn final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executrix of the estate of HARRY LEVIN E. also known as II. LEVINE. demised; and thai mi the 22nd day of August l5Z, 1 ill apply to the Honorable County Judges Of Hade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Executrix of the Estate jf HARRY LEVINS, also known as H LEVINK. deceased. This lth day of July. 1J_,_ JEANETTE LEN INE IRVING I'VI'KN Attornev for Estate of HARRY LEVINS, also known as H. LEN INE 7/g5 — 8/1-8-15 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Tho !• wUh Florldiam aoIdta your Wtjcd notica*. W crppwda to your patronag* and rjuarant*>* accurate MWI at tegal rota*. Phone 2-1141 lor messenger service. SEITLIN & COMPANY ^ ^jjgCSJ^ 7 HN.tl.HT. PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGES PHONE 9-3836 MIAMI 32. FLA



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PPT^AY. JULY 25. 1S52 ggejjjj tU.Hi *r PAGE 9 Personally Speaking fA^Aw/^w/^^A-^A-^^^u*.-,^.-^. •. .^. _^__ pr. and iiral"-iil-p 5tern, Jan .'.r.lon.c. "lexas, announce the birth of a daughter. Karen-Paula on June 5:0th. Mrs. Stern is the former Thalia Yaffey. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yaffey. £C74 Prairie Avenue, Micmi Beach. Paternal grandparents are Mrend Mrs. Julius Sl=rn, 8C'9 Lf&CX Avenue. Dr. Z'.-..i ij seivir.g cs a Lieutenant in the Army ar.J : .3 t'.C-SneJ in SOT Antonio. M + Lynn Esta. daughter cf Dr. ar,d Mr* MUlon C:I£niea. 2325 Meridian Avenue, wes born at Ml. Sir.ci Hcspllcl ca '_'. • 24th. MJE. Goldman is the former Lucille Wermcn. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Grossman left Monday by air for Let Angeles and Hollywood, Calif., where they wiil spend seveial -weeks visiiing relatives and friends. Cn their return trip they will stop in New Orleans, returning to Miami about September 1st. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jccobson, 1243 Catalonia Avenue, Corel Gcbles, announce the birth of a daughter, Barbara Jo, at Mt. Sinai Hospital cr. July 16:h. Mrs. Jacobson is the former Edna Greene. The Jcccbsons are also the parents of Susan Caiol, Harvey Lewis omd Peter Andrew. Embarking cn the Queen Mary in New York on July 30th, Mr. end Mis. Ky Rifas, 2375 SW 24th Street, will sail for England, where they will visit Mrs. Rifas' relatives, the Farbers, Fobeis and Wcnskers. From that point their itinerary includes travelling through Holland, Belgium end Luxembourg, also vu ring Lucerne and other resorts. A trip to Lake Geneva is planned, followed by a fliaht to Venice, Florence, Rome and Southern France. Before sailing for the United State3 on the Queen Elizabeth from Cherbourg, the couple will spend ten days In Paris visiting Mi. Rifas' relatives, the Tourchiks. They expect to oirive in New York Se-lember 15th and after a brief stay will return to Miami. Duncraggan Inn. Her.dersonvil.e, N.C., announces the followinq list of vaca.icn arrivals frcm Miami: Mr. and Mr3. Geoi e Sheridcn, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Marks, Mrs. Joel Rauzin. Mrs, Nina Davis, MisEleanor Davit, Miss Gloria Eisenstein, Mr. Richard Tugg, Mr. end Mrs. Scm Durst, Mr. and Mrs. M. Porw :h, Mr. Fred Kirby, Mrs. Jeanne S. Norton, daughter Marie • and son Robert, also Mr. end Mrs. B. A. Green and Mrs. Gertrude S. Berlin cf Micmi Beach who curved at Duncraggan Inn, !~s! week, where '.hey will vaco:!on until October 1st. Mrs. Gilbgal J. Balldn and children. Joan Liberty and Louis Ellis, c:.-e visiting Mrs. BaUdn'l parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. Frankel, in Cincinnati. Ohio. Mr. Bclkin is Florida Director of the AntiDeic.r.ation Lecgue cf B'nci B'rith. &f Mr. and Mrs. Murray Apte, 1539 Meridian Avenue, left [July 12th for a month's vacation in Rapid City, South Dakota, visiti-.g their scn-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph SapIpsntein, and theii new grandson. Robert Allen, who was born this month. Mrs. Sapperstein is the former Terry Apte. •* A party hor.orina the 60th birthday of Mr. Isidor Gold was held recently at Cooper's. Atlendinq were Mrs. L. Elkin, Mr. nd Mis. H. Spivack and theii children. Mi. and Mrs. W. Kram[cr. -k A farewell party was aiven Sunday.at the Governor CafeIteria for Sonia Rosman. Present were Mr. and Mrs. I. Gold. IMi. and Mrs. J. Levine, Mr. and Mis. Harvey Spivack. Mr. and us S. Cohen, Mr. end Mr*. J. Beckerman and others. -k Members of the North Dade Jewish Center who are leaving vocation are Mrs. E. Mintz, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Cohen id Phyllis, who ere leaving for Texas; Mr. and Mrs. Fred • %  k; for a three week stay with their children at Biloxi, Miss., is. Joseph Rosenfeld is leaving for New York City; and Mr. d Mrs. Herman J. Epstein are making plans for a trip to :cklyn, N.Y., where thev will spend most of their vacation fth their first crcndchild. David Patt, and his parent-, Mr. and is. Raymond Patt. Members of the North Dade Jewish Center recently rerurn!:liowing vacation trips are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pressman, [. end Mrs. Joseph Elman and Michael Kiener. Mrs. L. Drevfus, I 1 Tcvid Siecel end sans, Robert and Harold, Mr. and Mrs. ttbert Mairow with Alvin and Jane, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph and Mr. end Mrs. Irving Miller. S".z. and Mrs. Lecn Kaplan ere entertaining Mis3 Cele ll 1 Pas?a:c, New Jersey, who i3 vacationina at the Hotel. Miss Breitner is executive secretary at Warner fcJ'Iewcrk, N.J. The Family of the Late RGE W. BLOOMBERG wish to thank all cf their friends iir z_any kindnesses and sympathy during their recent bereavement Double Ring Candlelight Ceremony Unites Tobee Gibson To Robert Rosenberg In a double-ring candlelight ceremony at the Casablanca Hotel. Miss Tobee Wynne Gibson became the bride of Robert William Rosenberg on July 13th. Miss Gibson is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gibson, 304 S. Shore Drive, Miami Beach; the groom's parents are Mr. Sol Rosenberg. Roanoke, Va., and the late Ellen Rosenberg. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan officiated. Bridesmaids included Mrs. Malcolm Rosenberg, cousin of the bride. Arlyre Shocket, Fay Brodsky, Swenncth F. Wagner, all of Miami Beach. Matron of honor was Mrs. Nathan Levinson, aunt of the bride, of Arlington, Va. The groom chose Malcolm Rosenberg for his best man, and Maury Lee Strauss, Morton Cecil Rosenberg, William Singlust, all of Roaroke. and Gilbert Rosenborg, of Washington, D.C., for his ushers. The bride wore a gown fashioned in Florentine lace over ivo>y satin, with a princess cut long torso bodice. It was buttoned down the back and featured long sleeves ending in points. The neckline was appHqued with sequins and crystal dewdrops. Lace extended over the full skirt ending in a cathedral length train of tulle and satin. The headpiece of matching l?.ce a-.d jeweled trim was fashioned with a threetierrtd hip length circular veil. The bride carried a bible with four white orchids. A diamond sunburst — "something borrowed" — was loaned to Miss Gibson by Mrs. Samuel Stern; Mr. Rosenberg, father of the groom, supplied "something old" — a diamond bracelet which belonged to the groom's mother. A graduate of Miami Beach High School, Miss Ghson attended the L'niv rsity of Miami whore she was a member of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. She was chairman o! Hillel Interfaith and a member ol I student senate. Mr. Rosenberg, a graduate of the University of Miami, i:; now [attending the law school. He is 'a member of Fhi Epsilon Pi. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. N than Weinstein I Mr. and Mrs. M. huchman. Mr. land Mrs. A. Kaufman, all cf Ft. Wayne, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Gibson, San Diego, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. S. Phillips, St. Louis. Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Weinstein, Indianapolis, Inci.; Mr, 'and Mrs. N. Levenson, Arlington, Va.; Mrs. Max Rosenberg. Roanoke, Va.; Harry Rosenberg and Mrs. Rose Strauss. Roanoke. Va. The newly weds spent their honeymoon motoring to New I York and the White Mountains in few Hampshire. L'por. their re1 he announcement of the engagement of Ruth Pelt to Stsnley S. Davidson. 711 SW 10th Aver.ue. has been made by the bride-to-be's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Pett, 1228 West Avenue. Miami Beach. Ruth attended Salem (Mass.) High School and Boston University. Mr. Davidson, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sz'ema Davidson, of Montreal, P.Q., was educated in Europe. He is a member of the Miami Jayce Masada Holds Aqua-Dance Masada, Miami Young Zionist District, will hold an "Aqua Dance" Sunday, July 27th, 8:30 p.m., at the Saxon Motel, 301 NE C2nd Street. Entertainment will include Stan Loebenstern. magician and hypnotist. Members of the committee are Milton Gevirtz, Phyllis Honig. Sophie Cordova, Alfred Finkelstein and Don Sc hrager. Anna Brenner Meyers Reelected As Treasurer Word has been received from Istanbul that Anna Brenner Meyers !i3S been reelected internaj tionai treasurer of the Ir.ternai tionai Federation of Women Lawi yers. Representatives of 4,j coun! tries were present at the eonvenj tion, which was held there. Following the meeting Mrs. Brenner left Istanbul for Rome : and Madrid. Mrs. Robert Rosenberg turn they will reside at 9770 E. B v Harbor Drive. Bay Harbor nd. J& COOLER ** CAROLINA'S F1NES1 HO'JHTAIH RESORT.. UMi s** .* %  *ponp*o ^S* pv •art* dabbi Joseph E. RackoTsky 945 Michigan Avenn* Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 ON LAKE OSCGOI+ With its own private lake and swimming pool, and nearby champ'or.ship golf course. Lakeside Inn %  s tops for your summer vacation. Boating, fishing, tennis. other sports. Nightly dancmi. entertainment. AMERICAN PLAN Superb Cuisine Write fOf Free Pokier, llaii-! Murio.i Srg.tl. 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HDAY. JULY 25, 1952 +Je*ist> FlcrMten PAGE 7 ersonolly Speaking... Mr. and Mrs. Paul Millstone, of 152 NW 43rd Place, are Leitaining guests from their home3town, St. LouiP, Missouri, Intiding Mr. and Mrs. J. Handshear, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Hendin Ld family from Clayton, and Mr. and Mrs. D. Bistrow from St US Guests at Edgewater Manor, Hendersonville, N.C., include s. Nathan Dubler and children, Sharon and David, Mr. and s. Harry Barnhard, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weintraub, Mr. and H s. Abe Haiduck and children, Neal and Janice. Mr. Joseph ; Jacobson is proprietor of the mountain resort. + Lt. and Mrs. Harvey Stahl, of Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., anbunce the birth of a daughter, Dianne, on July 21st, at Docks Hospital. Mrs. Stahl is the former Sarita Shulman. The landparents are Mr. and Mrs. Moris Shulman, 1230 SW 2nd Ivenue, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stahl. 5161 SW 4th St M Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, North Carolina, annouhcj the following new vacation arrivals from Miami: Mrs. Max Dffman, Mrs. Morris E. Greene, son Richard and daughter bncy, Mrs. Julius Gaines, Mrs. C. Kirby Smith, and Mr. and |rs. Leo E. Elliott. Mr. and Mrs. G. Kalmonson, 642 Michigan Avenue, were Iven a farewell party at the Workman's Circle and Women's Tub, 25 Washington Avenue. Amona those present were Mr. Ld Mrs. H. Spivack, Mr. and Mrs. K. Tishler, Mr. and Mrs. L fald, Mr. and Mrs. I. Cohen, Mr. Harry Abromovitz, Mr. J. Lntov and Sonia Roseman. The Kalmonsons are leaving for | northern vacation. Miss Nettie Oster has returned to New York following a kcation at the Ritz Plaza Hotel, Miami Beach. While here she Cs entertained by her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. i Oster, of Miami, and their son, Ira Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zeientz, 337 NE 28th Street, have rekned to Miami followinq a vacation spent in New York, where ty stopped at the Barbizon Plaza Hotel. On their return trip by visited their children in Silver Spring, Md. Dr. and Mrs. Alvin F. Gardner left Sunday for a two weeks' Ration in Jamaica, B.W.I. A party honoring Mrs. L. Tishler was given at the Ambasdor Cafeteria Sunday by the Women's and Men's Divisions I the Workmen's Circle Club No. 692. Mrs. Tishler has left a vacation in New York, Detroit and the Catskill Mounns, New York. Following his graduation magna cum laude from Harvard, p Jay Greenberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Greenberg, B7. Lenox Avenue, Miami Beach, is at home for the summer. [graduate of Miami Beach High School, Mr. Greenberg, en%  ged in research in the field of genetics at Harvard where he 1 continue his studies in the medical school in the fall. Harbafa Ann Gould Becomes Bride Of .Joseph Coplon United in marriage Sunday at the Shelborne Hotel were Barbara Ann Gould, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gould, 1369 N Venetian Way, and Joseph c. officiated at the ceremonies. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of nylon tulle and chantilly lace, featuring a sheer yoke with lace applique. Her bouffant skirt ended in a train, and her fourtired veil fell irom a lace cloche. She carried white orchids. Miss Gould was attended by her sister, Mrs. Albert W. Stern, of Champaign, 111., attired in yellow net with lace-edged overskirt. She carried blue delphinium and yellow carnations with touches of talisman red. The Misses Maxine Ende. Sue Goodman and Fred Brugcman, gowned the same as the matronof-honor, were bridesmaids. The groom chose Frank Dempsey for his best man. Ushers were Morris Gwin, Buddy Copeland and Edward Levi. Mrs. John R. Prosser was soloist. The bride is a graduate of Stephens College; the groom of Ohio State University. The newlyweds are now spending their honeymoon in New Orleans and Grand Lake, Colorado. Dr. Spector Discusses Health Harold Shapiro, Commentator on the radio program. "People's Problems", has invited Dr. S. Jonathan Spector, local physician, to discuss the subject, "Are We Building a Healthy Nation?" Sunday, July 27th, 1:15 p.m., over Station WINZ. Mrs. Joseph C. Coplon Coplon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl M. Coplon, Columbus, Ohio. Dr. Jacob Kaplan and the Rev. Julius Mark, uncle of the bridegroom, Let \vompIek and jbepenc/M cJil/e Setorice IAMI TITLE t Obstruct Co. 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY 5CROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE I M Title Insurance Pelides of Kansas City Title Insuruee Co. 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FRIDAY, JULY 25, '952 PAGE 8 "&ttictl* J Veijklou HELEN ALPERT lei us kill thai flatttrln* notion becauM, I b.uih.ng.y it wzsn'l until now I learned s.-.c s :ne rr.ot.-.t c. u"H orites the belovec Judge Ted Nelson and h;s Judy) of Bay Kar ^WKM*. Nelson (if you re from this at. sffa !•# a toPouShkeS e, : V, ar.d the third sen who's present,;, at OCS in Cotambus Ge^. ^.^ ^ fcw JirsJ s mue i M „ goli. who just rated a page-feature in Mui.c.l Couner OB M. Fining of c?era stars: and hopped cv E r to Dr. Otto Her... to rip p^e the ivories and extract some critical ccmrnents from ...rn What he said was: Even the mistakes ycu think you re going |te make will sound artistic!" Er. Hit. I be hsve. will fc. .enticed down here seen by the Kormar.dy School*! Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kuiermar., iherr.se>es music and art lovers. Mrs Nelson, devoted Irv ard the family have been our dents for 15 years. Starting new. she's really set th ipans ana 8Pa VACATIONEDS' MAIL brings a postcard field of poppies from Dorothy Fink in I Los Angeles sht says not 1 al t.us to the Chamber ol Commerce) %  the n .. stu Colt rad ryj i from Kit Keats and Ruth Schaffncr and a sky-view < : tn< west from Helen G. Sutin. Mai i n< mi for all of mem. BEHIND THE SCENES' fascination coxes from BctnarniN Pauiine Hochtman ol Hatiie Cerr.egie's organisation. Paulino — vivacious brunette — was coming dewr. its imposing front staircase wiih a cropped hairdo the staff was admiring whin, like i>.al. a strange voice said. "It's beautiful." Pauline turned — and found herself bsir.g admired by M.tltae Dietrich She's on limilBZ close torms J.:ih Tailco Ear.l-.head. a sclid Carnegi? customer. Gertrude Lawrence, and others: and a'.moit r.eve.gets bedazzled any mere! She's in t! S I ip. Inci r.tally, Sol 1 i is that wizai l-with-ideas. o: Waym Liqu r, i %  i i — nevei th me, s I ear hip bu; it's revclui ppea] %  • little set .. i ev r.ing ". Meat '•. ut to a ._._ % %  > ... 1. MissTercsc Ann Blumberg Engaged To Al "Flip" Rosen, Baseball Star Of particular interest to baseball fans is the announcement J "' „,,„,„ between Miss Tcrese Ann Blumberg of Dothan i, 1 ', „a and Albert Leonard "Flip" Rosen, of Cleveland, Chio a J in New Orleans and the Uni'ven iber of Alpha Epsilon Phi Si rorit of Miami orchestra, Miss BlunfbeJ Beared "n many USO programs. J A_ ^!. no n nl Sophie Newcomb College in I Miami, where she was a memb vocalist with the University < i meml er ol Pi Lambda Dunn;; Hi" war "Flip" served as Lieutenant in the navy. In addition tc playing on the Cleveland Indians, Mr. Rosen a .,:,,.,, with the Ed Shapiro Advertising Co., Inc., ol New Yoril and also appears daily on a radio show with Bob Lemon of til Indians over station WJW. Cleveland. The wedding will take place in Dothan in OcioDei. r.tally, Sol 1 i is that wizai l-with-ideas. o: W iym iquor, the Publickei ries. Due to ... ; u t-those rot • '• pir.ts", you nol epart; the hip-] kel fli ttan ... %  te the Essex Houst ei • .• %  IS to Terry S ng. Carol the Dei 's list in Queens ( ...••. the home our wcr.c. tax, L,:c.-nensiem Biro u presenting an unusu in psstel which he calls "The Mora Lisa of Flciida." I understand that ore of his paintings now hangs in of the Irving Lehrrrians. If you'd liks to reach him — and I know he'd be delighted, just to hear your friendship! — he's living at 202 SW 7th Ave fr/*iTTTitT re. superhalfing • d the Ann • are doing well, and New England. NOTE: Expressions of sympathy have been pouring into the home of Elsa Temple; her mother died Saturday night. ON THE BEAT: Leaving around August 1st to join Florence £ r,d the k : ds — and Sparky? a north is Eill Glick Fast flight from Hartford, r here Mighty huge and g.,lj er during the weekend. Talianoff Talks At Forums The Beach Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center invites the general public to the third ;n its ol Summer Fi rums on lay evening, July 29t!-.. 8:30 %  at the Center, 1536 Bay Rd., M r.i Be=ch. Mr. George J. Talianoff, At%  • v ind chairmai %  Exnittee i : th Fl ir taxation League, will %  .it a review of the I ook rrouble Makers '. There will b_no rge. Miss Xclda Rosin, "Hurricane Honey," To Wed August KMli The announcement has been ....,; 0 f i e app' ach n i of Nelda Rosin, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. San lor Rosin, 1515 Euclid Avi nue, Mi imi Be ich. to Sidnev I. .1 pi %  •'• son of Mr. ar ] Mrs. Sa i Josephi r, lfiH lian A' • 'in". j] M Bi C immunity' (-.... le'ted foi the ; will t ike pi it 7 p.m. Rosin ?ra lu ite f Trenii s !. attend%  e New J": ey d Hi • to S is i grad i I • •. v ... • -i -. Si hool of ; •. •.\ H • HonN 1" .. : tn pro%  vtinn of "S is now a i hei of m..tiii*• '..: imi Js ks in H s i l. M epl duate of Mia i i Bea .. High Si h ol, atten 1c i the I'M.' er tj ol Mi in i and n pri d M ol tv M n i P ach Alumi ion of the University. He also attended the H i v BI d Si I Busini ss durWorld War II and was commis ned a !. ign in the United Stati Naval Ri i i. e. He is now : al msnagi r of the Miami I Sea Food Company. i Laurel Court Games Party The Offinrs Club ol Laurel .Court No. 11 will hold a games pa: tv Mondav. Julv 28th. 8 p m at 215 NW 4th Street. I.O.O.F. i Temple. Mrs. Camille Winkeli man is r.hairm.n of the affair. Gamp Ceremony I'nik's Zukernicks At ceremonies in the Jewis.'i clap. 1 at Camp Gordon. Georgia, two Miami Beach families were united when 1st Lt Michael C. Zukernick. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zukernick. 3134 Sheridan Avenue, took as his bride Miss Joan G. Sarasin, daughter of Mr. and Mis. Thomas L. Sarasin. • % %  •" ^i>-".' %  — U^J uui wi t>ui oiii.* Ccr.n. lanced clonde Enid Kupper h paity was hosted by Johnnie Feller Mrs. Volpe To Address Artists Mrs. Ml :.i V. • E will interview Modeste Alloc, Guest Conductor, and Constance Keene. Pianist, in a rour.d-iable discussion on -Pop" C tits, en Satmday evening, J_:-.26tn. at 6:30. over Stat:on WKAT. Modeste Alloc and Constance Keer.e will eppear on the fith ol the "Pop" Concerts on Sunday, July 2Tth. Going Formal? ISBMtt Formal W i that it fre cleaned, im 4 t/ied. prop fitted. Complete on Including shoes CANTOR & TEACHER Wishes year-round :H 31 Hoiida, pos.titn. anywhert n Florida. Ex. parltnead :n Itadiny cono-eBa ; ensl air>S'nO. 'me mut'Cal era senolarly h.-.CKBround v. -.:-• CANTOR E.. BOX 29-:. MIAMI %  :. PHONE 48-2084 11N1VERSITY U MEN'S SHOP 2828 Ponce De Leon Boulevard Coral Gables Morris Brothers 12S1 Washington Qn mami §mA IT'S SEXSATiO.XAL SALE! GIRLS' SWIM SUITS from c iamous Caliicmia maker VALUES TO $7.95 VALUES TO SI 1 95 $2.95 $3.95 e AtS?l*S StyJes •• • %  J\ m ,astex -ylon lastex. sh.rred denims in bold bnght colors or r.ovelty print* si 3 SPF.XD YOUR SUMMER VACATION IS THE BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS OSCEOLA LAKE 1\\ ON LAKE OSCEOLA HENDERSONVILLE. N. C JOE RUBIN Owner. Manaaer NOW OPEN • AMERICAN PLA* ONLY CA N N E \ T uK SH AMER '* OR-SH-OWR W,TH BAT H 5SK, ATi BEA CH ANt Bar Associations. The LicutensJ is a former editorial beard meaJ ber on the Miami L;.-.v QuarttrJ Following the wedding cer monies, at which Ch,.; lain L ard Zim officiated, Mrs. Nat Jolles. of Augusts. Ga., em_ tained at reception honoring thl newlyweds. Israelite Sewing <>roii|i >l.'-fs The Sewing group of the I> raelite Center, Dor.. Stein Sisterhood, and the F TA will med every Monday, at 1 p.m., at Center, 3198 SW 241 T> r :. 1 the chairman, Mrs. Irving Sp I ling, has anr.oun Anyone Interested : xvifld weleome to join. All cloth sewn by this group •.'.-.il be 1 at the Bazaar to cember. Co-chain: • the /. ar eommitt e BeJ KatZ, Mrs. Murray •' rks. y„J lHany "Buck'' SU nan ..il| Mrs. S. L. Cohen. Mm. .Michael Zukernick The bride atunded the University of Miami where she was a member of Phi Sigma Sigma sorority. Lt Zukernick, who was commissioned to his present rank in June and is ..ttached to tinjudge advocate general's section at Camp Gordon, is a graduate of the University of Miami with B.B.A. and I. LB. degrees. He is a member of the Florida bar. and tl e M li and Miami Beach Jewish Forum Hcur Airs Special Feaiure On Sunday. July 27:h. a sped i.il feature will I It oa| Simon Seiden's J. Bh Hour, from 11 to 12 1 %  Station WFEC. It .1 re sented in connect .'.h Hebrew Academy school t ration in Miami i %  form of a dramatization of storf by a GI, now fighting sj Koreti wno regrets the lack 1 early Jewish education. ^-AJrVAK>W" vvmn ic ]-PARKWAY Kosher 12S5 S.W. 22r>l St. Phcns 9$ urdines... 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PAGE 14 9-tmishfhrkHati FmPAY.-JTJI.YZS,^ During The Week... A %  By LEO MINDLIN I See It Presumably, some ten but subsequ Toward Island and happier moments here. H„lT-rnada Plan*, omp etfon a Jewish Community < %  "" Antin Mrs Joseph ports that plans are | M"!" cKcy^w L pwe.nl time ,Shankman. v Mr tw ^^ and Shaw. pier moments here. given wav to days of Mrs thus, several hours of ^decision have S"* n ^ no ho Da -forgotten ease, thave news *W£ about tvpo that tn< ^--i^^xsS 1 ^^ I have refused to answer all phone calls reading and working on a much graphical errors. exception. I ha\ -ave been spending my time neglected literary project t^ome an enerrating task. I •d attention to expedite tt **** g t *S L!' £i7S5ldterror, tion. I look forward to %  *. %  MM lWJgg ^^uthfuJ one. Th. rES? ssvrssrs £2££&X? su. Hich ni'ij t-" 1 .' %  • Mrs. Jesse Freed, chairman of v Came has announced the first session r With one happy completed with a very at home and torv program. Th sion, now in progress with it a BIS responjui"T ..— ,,.,it All of this is a means of indicating that I vowed not o „. jm n for today's edition. Not even G* 0 ^,^"*^ $ar East Vice President Alben Bark eys_pos.Uon.ri Urae and the n ?' te ? n ha ?j he Vice Presidents heavy, oratorical schedules at UJA an.d bond rallies here could be more easily connected with the SI.000 fee re demands for each appearance than with matters Plaining to belief. He also addsd that Berkley's views were s?cond-hand ana that the Vice President had never accepted an invitation to speak before an anti-Zionist group. report, wh bit! %  in li -. ires Am i J ry s atcompete -• %  %  ains th. UJA failure in meeting its fund goal. ip .-.. ing n y wrath. were it n I : an th( r matti S appointed guardian? of -our fundami nl rattc pnn%  %  asi .' ways t susi I Su s< If-app in1 enUtion of protective asp< t I those Ies • and the tacit understanding that tr -' -• garc hj must virtual] assumi '.• .. : i i I mg th • : inl 11" tuallj I mankind This sort of nonsense may be interpreted otherwise. In ignoring the voice of all through exclusive guardianship, the guardians destroy those principles they seek to protect. Apart from the fact that it is rather insulting to challenge a society's competence for self-government during difficult times, it also represents the first step toward Fascist rule. .'.• %  A Foundal %  in ; nl Chairman of the F tion. S irly 1 • : tivities nger gely from lack lion T I Americai tivit st inevital expl in I by in nt i. : %  tion "..'.'. end u each cas Setting up a group as the harbinger of democracy and its principles places any community at large under illicit suspicion. I should like to know who the Foundation's spcrsors are that they can presume to protect me. or any other Dade Countian, from personal, intelieclual-moral conclusions? I do not want my thinking done for me — especially not by self-righteous persons who tacitly accept their superior fiber as a matter of fact. The next step to such implied censorship is overt gagging. Dade County Ami sm Found.' active to the nt of r.ausea in the recent Magruder textbook controversy here Attacking the book on American civics as socialistic, it sought total censorship from the county's school rooms next year. The smear was apparently made because the late Magruder objectively examined piv tal political and economic issues from all points of view. Establishing its own. the Foundation demanded the deletion of all others. Such a move would have amounted to indoctrination, not study. The unfortunate victims, children of this community. -.. u] I • en have been molded into like-minded, sterile incompet( nts. Happily, the Magruder textbook issue has been temporarily set aside — but not before the author's living collaborator, a west coast teacher, announced that the book's definitions would be "tightened" in its subsequent publications to conform to the doltish needs of groups like the Dade County Americanism Foundation. I am put in mind of not far-distant Nazi book burnings and this nation's humorously bitter attitude toward them. It seems we have learned nothing by re-experience. There is no man now to tell us only fear must be feared. The hysteria of censorship-minded groups stems from the inroads of Communism, but few realize that abrogation of democratic principles in the name of their perpetuation is precisely the method upon which Communism depends for victory. Aa university teacher. I frequently met with students who quou Sigm.und Freud to impress me favorably Invariable I would ask them to nameat least one work written by the Viennese -. and invariably, no reply to my question was forthcoming. By extension. I am inclined to look with suspicion upon the manv P 1 %  to and quotations from Karl Marx. Fear has cornered us all. Like the Medieval church which tanned the Bible as suitable reading, proper Americans are warned away from Das Kapital and the Manifesto. But careful study of these works would be a revelation, dispelling fear. 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FAGE 4 +Je Ui> fkridfiain FRIDAY, JULY 25 15521 EDITORIAL Th Bade Awakening The heat oi the current Dei invention ^ Chiccgo seems tc more lhan nud-westera Bummei s. As a the past two Presidential sflairs, the northern civil rights plonk has split the allegiances c. celeccie; to the. detriment of national prestige. It was oood to see Texas liberal :c:ces ir caucas t< Allan Shive:s :rr.: stand tend against Governor L~syroeni rracuces. reactionary feeling toward Fair Maury Maverick launched 4 ir%  on a cictrire directed ~* anhquated Bouthern attitudes thai would have cent' justice to any cr.e of the r.-v.ic:-. 3 This glimmer c ze en Foundinq Fathers. forward-thinking sc;:ci moderr., ty was especially excellent ... tig it of 3erra:Governoi Herman Talmadge's rrev.cus cvrwr: that his state would have no pert in handing eve: the country to Negroes. The Honorable Governor's words were somewhat less honorable. .-.car: bom the bittei civil rights strife which wracked the Convention ecrly this week however, almost no -ace of infantile hysteria was jrieser.: among delegates tc remind observers ct the Repub'.iccr. meeting seme three weeks ecrlier. Further, it seerr.s that the Democrats hed considerably mere to say end in positive fashicn, about their national cr.d .r.terr.cticnol plans. Most obvious was discussion about the United Nations. Principal women leaders 0: the Pcrty, including Mrs. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, spoke in glowing terms when they referred to future world unity cr.d American abandonment oi a deleterious isolationist policy. It wes nevertheless unfortunate that more truthful references to the states cf the North Atiar.t.c Treaty Crgcr.izc1:cn and tc Germcny's democratic renaissance were not made. It can do little ccod tc: US leadership tc whistle in the dark. It is worse when the nation s citizenry is led dewn the road c: distorted fact in the name cf E u r op ean strength end conviction. When the Mesdam.es Eugenie Anderson, India Edwards and Elecncr Roosevelt spoke cf German cooperation with Frcnce end the '.Vest they were Stating only half-truths. We have written often enough .n these columns about German Nec-Nccnsm. Passage by the Austrian Parliament cf c law restoring property and civil rights to seme 34.00C forme': Nazis recently is c case in point fraitinnsil shameless wooing by all political elements m the German sphere as well cs on en .ntem ~ crrl level, of such Nazis indicates that they — e the do mina n t force m the Reich's new orientation. Further misinformation prcpacctec by VS leadership, whether in political co n v en tion c: ctherwise, can only brino the nation s atizens to c subsequent rude awakening regarding a situation for which it will hardly be creocrec! A JOYFUL SUMMER A Symbol of Faith A people's culture and trcdition is more than evident both in the nature and frequency of its memorials and festivities. Most Jewish commemorative events are positive in their aspect as they bespeak fruitful intellectual and historic events and as they prophesy hope for redemption in the future. Tisha b Ab the ninth day of the Hebrew month cf Ab occurs this year on Thursday, July 31st and .5 a notable exception to general Jewish optimism. Many infamous deeds, striking at •he roots cf Jewish security over a period of more than two m.llenic occured en this date, observed as a day oi fasting. Both Temples were destroyed on Tisha b'Ab, %  be irs by the Eabylonians in 586 BC. and the £e-:cnd by the Romans in 70 CE. Jews were expe.le-d from England, arrested in France, fled from the inquisitions in Spain and forced into Mount Sinai The proof of any organization's proqressiv I growth lies in its constant MttappraisaL Mount! Sinai Hospital is an example of such an organijj tion which has been as busily engaged with thJ matter of moving forward scientifically end daily as it has been with turning about to vi the past. This method of hindsight has been used excellent advantage by the hospital as en ind of its rapid stride toward making Mount Sin one cf the South's finest medical centers recently published Second Annual Report i a cates the hospital's successful movement in direction. The publication's statistics indicate that Moid Sinai's present facilities, made available in twjl years of operation, far exceed what was oric ally anticipated. The hospital's phenomei growth is most clearly demonstrated in its c rent building program on adjacent Collins Ii._ Originally calling for a 120-bed establishment^ fulfill the proviso of 1948, when the site was tur ed over to Mount Sinai, the program now und study plans for a 257-bed building. Meanwhile, the hospital continues its research! in the fields of cardiology, pathology, otolaryngoll ogy, radiology, as well as in many others. In] Nursing School, having already received national accredit, already graduated students into profes-fl sional work and is in the process of training! more. Recognizing the needs of Negroes in thil crea, Mount Sinai has added a reputable Negrol physician to its staff and has established a cHnicj for them. Noteworthy is the hospital's embarking upas! the study of geriatrics — the science cf dealing! with and treating aged persons. GratifyinghJ Mount Sinai moves forward, the community'^ trust in its competence more than fulfilled, tbtl hospital's scientific and social awareness ev| expending. Italian ghettoes on this date. Other example)! cbound. It seems that the non-Jewish world placet! special importance on Tisha b'Ab as a day far] treacherous action. But the yearly memorial d\ this mournful period has not been without ill pleasant vindication. Jewish optimism has gam-l ed a final triumph in the establishment of Is Tisha b'Ab remains as a symbol of faith in demption and of hope that never cave way despair. Simonhoff Leave Of Absence Elicits Regrets From Floridian Readers -What's CookingThe offices cf the Jewish Flon iian were beseii By TERRY ELMAN Z pyright 1952. Jewish TeleAgency. Inc.) Did v u know that producer In his column last week he asked for aigsest ru • •-• • %  : %  id vas b ^ The-Men coming I ttam this bowling season. OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telep hon e* 2.114 1-gBg FRIDAY. JULY 25. •, VOLUME 25 NUMB" AS 3. 5752



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fewiislb-IEIliDiriidliiayn Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY %  OLUME 25—Number 30 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JULY 25. 1352 PaiCE: TEN CENTS h-iiaiii To Draft Command Plans LONDON (JTA) — The Allied Chiefs of Staff have assigned to tita.n the task of drafting two Middle East command plans, one ovi ling for Egyptian participation and the other without it, it ,„ iearned here. It is understood that the United States agreed Britain's working out the plans because of British experts' superr knowledge of the area. The plans will be rushed to completion I Ed whichever one seems more feasible will be adopted by the MeN of Staff. • • • • • ;.S. Of f iia I Arrives With Agreement TEL AVIV (JTA) — R. Freir, new assistant to American techcal aid coordinator Bruce McDar.iel, arrived here Monday from e United States with the draft of an agreement covering the 2.000.000 grant recently allocated to Israel by Congress. Mr. ei i will confer with American Ambassador Monnet B. Davis Li Premier David Ben Gurion on the new grant. • • • • • 'ledges To Suppress Anti-Semitism Rome (JTA) — Italian Minister of Interior Dr. Mario Scelba Ls pledged to assist in the suppression of anti-Semitism in Italy far as the jurisdiction of his oifice is concerned, it was learned ire The pledge came following the submission to the Ministry of Istu-e of a number of suggestions by the Union of Italian Jewish immunities for punishing persons who incite others to anti-Semitic ; or who commit suoh acts themselves. Fearing a new wave | anti-Semitism, the Union has appealed to the government to put jto immediate effect those sections of the new penal code which Slam to anti-Jewish acts. The code itself will not become legally lective for a long time to come. • • • • • Permitted To Elect Chief Rabbis ISTANBUL (JTA) — The President of Turkey has signed a ll permitting the Jews of Turkey to hold an election for the poLon of Chief Rabbi, the Chief Rabbinate's office here has been formed. The Rabbinate immediately began preparations for the potions to fill the post which has been vacant for 21 years. In past a Religious Council named a candidate who had to be apoved by the Turkish Government before he could assume office. Iter the last Chief Rabbi died in 1931 no candidate was approved | the government. The new law replaces this system with a popu• election within the Jewish community. • • • • • uiununities Hold Conference LONDON (JTA) — There are at present 22 Jewish communities I all of Bulgaria, it was reported at the first country-wide contence of Jewish communities held since the end of World War II, tordir-g to information reaching here. • • • • • [haplain Receives Bronze Star NEW YORK (JTA) —r The Bronze Star "for meritorious servin connection with military operations against the enemy" has en awarded to Chaplain Harry Z. Schreiner, who has just com^ttd two years of chaplaincy service including ten months in tria. the National Jewish Welfare Board announced here today, lere are 92 Jewish chaplains serving in all branches of the armed Ices ..t home and abroad.' • • • • • ^legation Seeks To Secure Cash THE HAGUE (JTA) — Informal talks have begun between del. nations of Israel and Conference on Jewish Claims on how good delivered by Germany to Israel in behalf of the Conferke will be converted into cash. Bonn has offered the Claims Conteruv $107,000,000 in goods, to be delivered in Israel, in settleknt of the Conference's demand for $500,000,000 in reparations. • • • • [criiiit Limited Emigration To Israel I EL AVIV (JTA) — A representative of the Immigration Dertment of the Jewish Agency left today for Belgrade to prepare immigration of 300 Jewish families from Yugoslavia to Israel. [number of immigrant groups are expected to arrive in Israel t week from North Africa and Persia. The Hungarian Governs approved 129 exit visas for Jews migrating to Israel, the 'roign Ministry announced here today. The announcement P that the 129 visas came within a total of 3.000 which the Hunnan Government agreed three years ago to issue. So far, 2,7J)0 ws have arrived here under this agreement. The spokesman reft 1 I 'hat Israel had no r.ews about the immigration picture in Tnania and Czechoslovakia. • • • • [ilnapped French Priest Released TEL AVIV (JTA) — A French priest kidnapped by Syrian &P v from Israel territory was released this week following a sharp leli protest to all United Nations truce supervisory machinery, priest, Father Pierre Guichau, who was visiting Israel, was lured by Syrian soldiers in the Lake Kinnereth region near the ft where the Israeli, Syrian and Jordan boundaries meet. He I blindfolded and led inside the Syrian lines where he was kept %  1 the Israeli-Syrian Mixed Armistice Commission, to which Isprotested, secured his release. • • • • urt itekuses To Extradite Nazi [LOS ANGELES (JTA) — Andrija Artukovitch, who was charg**'"th taking an active role in the extermination of Jews when dived as Minister of Justice in the Nazi puppet cabinet of >tia, was set free here today by U.S. Judge Pierson M. Hall, ruled that there was no basis for granting Yugoslavia's request | he be returned to that country to face trial. The judge said %  extradition treaty under which he was sought was not valid. i • • • • tutor Talks With Ren Gurion 1-JKRL'SALEM (JTA) — Discussions on coordination of the Vd Jewish Appeal and Israel bond campaigns in the United ps were held this week by Henry Montor, executive head of the P campaign, with members of the Cabinet here. Mr. Montor [separately with Premier David Ben Gurion and Finance Min• Levi EshkoL A joint meeting of all persons concerned with problems is expected soon. The Israel bond drive organization e United States is "striving wholeheartedly" to achieve good Uons between the drive and the United Jewish Appeal, Mr. sor told a press conference. Relations Agencies Ui. Opposes Transfer of Israel Foreign State Bad Housing Ministry From Tel Aviv To Jerusalem Causing Distrust WASHINGTON (JTA) — T'-.e the Israel Foreign Office to Jeru. United States has notified thejsalem. |Government of Israel r tni k we have made our position known to the Israelis on Six organizations active in the South declared today t:-!at blight'.transfer of the Israel Foreign ed housing is costing the region Ministry from Tel Aviv to Jerua "fearful price" in "distrust.' sa'em. it wss learned here Monfcar. rumor and ultimately open j cla >' %  violence." The assertion was I This notice was conveyed to made in a statement issued joint] Israel In an 3ide memoire orely by the Southern Office of the | sented to the Foreign Ministry Anti-Defamation League of B'nai i in Tel Aviv. Tne document' ind:B'rith. the Catholic Committee of the South, the Southeast Regional Oifice of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, the Southern Field Office of the National Urban League, the Southern Reg1 ional Council and the Texas j Council of Negro Orgarizations. The statement, made public in (New South, marked the first incated that the U.S. Government j has no intention at present of transferring its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. this matter," a State Department spokesman said today. Asked if the Israel Government requested that the US. Embassy move fro n Tel Aviv tJ Jerusalem, she official replied: "They have not asked us ta move." Crude Sulphur Allocated stance of such cooperation by hube a spe cial international regime man relations agencies in the I for Jerusalem which will not onSouth "Since January 1. 1951. ly provide protection for the Holv it said "more than 40 bombings pi aces but which will be accepthave been perpetrated in the South by terrorists and vandals, and many more have been attempted." Most of these, it added, have grown out of racial and religious tensions centering about Meanwhile, the International Materials Conference, which has its seat in Washington today announced the allocation of 2.200 The aide memoire noted win i long tons of crude sulphur to concert the Israel announcement | Israel for the second six months i May 4th regarding tee transfer of l9 5 2 T ;is represents the lari of tne Foreign Office to Jerugest sng i a allocation to Israel isalem. It said the Unted States i sm the establishment of the •vu! cont.nue to adhere to a pol|rt ata and is considered adequate I icy insisting that there should to meet present reeds. In presenting Israel's case for the increased allotment before ".he I.M.C. sulphur subcommittee, Dr. Ernest Levin. First Secretary of the Israel Embassy, pointed .out that the fertilizer plant at Israel was to.d teat, since the. H aifa BOw has a productive ca Jerusalem question is of able to Israel and Jordan as well as to the world community. housing. Citing the 1950 census, the statement pointed out that over three-fourths of the American cities with the worst housing are natioral importance, the United States believes that the United Nations should have an opportunity to reconsider the matter with a view to devising a status for Jerusalem which would satisfactorily preserve the interests 'I,. ri n *? r J 'paeity sufficient to cover Israel's entire domestic requirement of sulphur phospcate provided adequate supplies of crude sulphur are received. in the South, and nearly three0 j t e wor !d community and the fourths of the slum hous,ng is oc-1 states directly concerned. Therecupied by Negroes. fore> tre a j de me moire explain"More often than not," it con-led, the United States would not tinued. "real estate interests and view with favor the transfer of fearful white home owners have | joined forces to bar the development of suburban expansion areas for Negroes. Thus, hemmed in on one hand bv burgeoning business districts and on the othCity To Observe 56th Anniversary Tne Citv of Miami and the slier by older white neighborhoods ami Women s C i ub nave planned Negroes have ciad no choice but .. ^i_u_, to seek a block-by-block conver\ J oin 'program for she celebrasion of the older housing from white to Negro occupancy. It is this -desperate transition process which breeds conflict." The statement recommended that Southerners seek better police handling of housing tensions, truly representative planning bodies, new expansion areas for those inadequately housed, and more adequate provisions for •slum clearance and public housing. tion of M.ami's 56th birthday ani the club's 52nd birthday on Monday, July 28th. A banquet will be heid at the Women's Club to which city officials have been invited. Ceremonies including a rrusical program by Caesar L^Moraca's band will take place in Bayfront Park Bandshell that evening beginning at 7:45. %  AWest Germany Offers $107,000,000 To Settle Jewish Conference Claim THE HAGUE (JTA) — The West German delegation to the negotiations talks here has offered 450.000.000 deutschemarks — approximately $107,000,000 to the Conference on Jewish Mater ia's Claims Against Germany to fettle its global claims against Germany for $500,000,000. The Germans would pay this sum to Israel ithe form of goods, in addition to the $715,000,000 which has been offered in sett!emnt of Israel's claim for $1,000,000,000. I? would then be up to Israel and the Conference to work out a method for Israel to pay tre Conference for the reparation* goods. Neither members of the Israel nor of the Jewish Conference del nong those on the committee ir. charge of the celebration is Mrs. 'egations would comment on the Sidney L. Weintraub. I Germans offer. MAYOR IMPELLITTERI OPENS FIRST ISRAEL EXPOSITION DEDICATED TO MEMORY OF THE LATE ELIEZER KAPLAN Rudolf G. Sonceborn. President of the $500.000000 State of Israel Independence Bond drive, and Mrs. Impellitteri. look on as Hew York's Mayor outs the tape opening the Israel Exposition at Rockefeller Plasa. For the first time in this country. Israel's industrial products are on csplay. including hundreds of products from an automo :ile to wines and canned fruits snd vegetables. Under the sponsorship of State of Israel Bonds, the exposition, following its stay in New York, will be shown in key cities throughout the country. Both the Mayor and Abba Eban. Israel Ambassador to the United States, eulogised the late Deputy Prime Minister (pictured, right) as a "man who possessed a spirit of self-sacrifice and was devoted to his people." More than' 300 Jewish leaders attended the ceremonies. %  aaBBaBBBBMaBKflBaaBBBnuaa



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frpiDAY, TL'LY 25, IS52 +JelstfhrH/^r PAC 31 Says "Misleading Impression 11 loused By Council Announcement p|, announcement of the.dcnce to the charge t:.at there ,7, wish Federations has been ;, power drive on the Funds on con.mun; part of the professional welfare L. ;•> the report of the fund directors to assume leaderE. St:: lies Committee of,. ship in this field as well as in Community Rela,..,.,. eommunal endee visory Committee ere... ,„_. leading impression" 'Weue funds rah aey for out by the facts, it e Rational agencies by agr k reeid today by the Antiment. In no instance have l' League o: B'nai agreements ever included the „„„.„„ 't of the welfare funds to Beth Jacob Announces Selection of Cantor Congregtlion Beth Jacob announces the selection of a new %  for the 'yrngogue. Cantor A;. n>n V.'< U .of Israpli utracti >n, v ill i tiant the u '' : tor t i i -i ti i .. : ; Beth Jacob tonight and torn morning, a to Mr. Moi ii. Prank, : ..; of the :jreg;.tion. ,,,„ H f::'-tein, national director possibly accept the dictates of the League in a letter to the the Council of Jewish Federa! that "those com-! t ions and Welfare Funds, and infcurJtv groups with voting ppwdeed, it is doubtful that most W at the plenum of the NCRAC" have given r.o "wave of approvto the report, but have inwelfare funds think of themselves in such a role. Under no circumstances, would the Anti-Defamatead shown "a great divergence tion League, for one. be party to { viewpoint, with a mapority ; sucn an agreement. It should alefir.it.4y not m favor of the so be very clear to you, of course, eport." ... that a very large proportion, inThe letter charged that the d eed the major proportion of taff o£ the CJFWF and some of A DL funds, are not derived from be leading welfare directors who we lfare fund sources." members of the Large City Budgeting Conference have interfered With eftorts to reach an tmicar.;-' solution and a reasonable organization of community {stations work." Tl fought to the last ditch," declared, "against the agreement •' i h was reached at the n of the NCRAC desI • • i-ition. Since then, I inity pot has been kept p tint by the activities [ ::\d professionals. coming plenum of | has the opportunity I • i plan which would ..\ effect upon the nity relations field. ( entered, however. is of the CJFWF -lead the Amerinmunity and ent membership of : outstanding pedi". the Academy are lited States, Canada America. W* *&. v. _. Listen to the JEWISH VARIETY HOUR VMBM — 800 on your Dial Every Sunday from 2 to 9 The lewigh Philosopher" Wednesday 8c Friday at 11 a.m. r TT — U90 on your Dkxl fy Sunday from 9i30 11 a.m. Jacob Schachter Director NORMAN R. LYOHS "••••caster ana H ..Uriel Narrur Obituaries NATHAN QOUDBERG ::'. of M0 ith Street. Miami Beach, paaeed away at his residence on Sat,,i ii.. is survived bj hla wl e. Uussle, and brother. Mr. Ooldbera came here 12 years ago torn W H N k x .1 Ber\ i' ea were held .it J..I.I .., Mi iml Beai h Chapel meat folloVad In Mt, Neb i Cemetei B \ MCEI. HEBOI 0 II, of 150 NH lire Street, pas-• -l awaj laal iraeJi Bervlcea ••" %  held M"".< | n tha Oordon Puneral I hapei with Intermeni In Mt Nebo ''•"'•u-'v. Mi Harold who leave* three „„.;>.. hK'ludlne Macs and J< b, and %  dauahter, came here ,|, years ko %  ""' N ^ork nnrt „... ,, i, tired bicycle mechanic. MORRIS "MrTtKAYi. I:\INI: u of 1111 SW nth Terrace, paaaed av suddenly July i-th ..i Ms real,,,,„.,. ,|, |, survived b> hla wi-y l.'av Services were h-hl,"' T '\' Utim\ Riverside." Wert Mf>M| t 10th Avenue. Intel ment followed in Ml SlnaJ femetery. MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Phone 9 2694-5 t Wholesale and Retail Rough or Puivtrisad Grade A. Soil Bulldoiing Hourly or Contract Phone 4-0335 LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY EDWARD ALPER 1813 S. W. 114 Ter race) ALL WORI GUARANTEED Dlrft* &f /Creamy Smoothness all Its own! &f /Far Richer Flavor! w' t afger C urdl CALIFORNIA STYLE CREAMED COTTAGE CHEESE Better Because It's Breakstones! Miami Office 15J \.i:. 2ih Si.. Phone 82-4731



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FRIDAY. JULY 25, 1952 Workmen's Cirel? Wins Tax Suit Tax assessments' and delir.quent tax certificates against the Workmen's Circle Branch 699 building. 1545 SW Third St., were ordered canceled by Circuit William A. Herin Satur' in a suit brought by the circle i | s against Tax assessor J. \ I mmus, Jr.. and Tax Collector Earnest Overstreet, the court assessments for 1949-50-51 and 52 to be illegal because the pup rtv is used for educational, us ar.d fraternal purposes. The suit says the hall in the i uncling 's used for lectures and lor teaching the Hebrew langand Jewish subjects. DR. SLONIMSKY RETIRES fJewisti nor Id tar PAGE 11 Lichtenstein Paintings Shown At Public Library A collection of paiiu.ngs by ArMr. Lichtenstein, who left hi, hiWtion C at e t ho MHm" 0 liv ?' h0m in Frankfo.t-nn-thc-Main D-arv„n n !" Bm P u llc U Wllh ,ho advent Hitler, lived whero i Jfu f Boulevard, for th, past few years in Sl.angwnere it will remain lor two ha China. He first settled in weeks free of charge to the pubSari Francis*,"r.d now ,s making —: .iis home in Miami. A former student of Professor) Franz von Lenbach, of Munich, the artist has included in his exhibit a lifesize portrait of Gen. Eisenhower in full dress uniform, Albi rt Einstein, composer Irving Berlin, Toscar.nini and a pastel "The Mona Lisa of Florida." Pioneer Women Honor Visitors The Pioneer Women's Club No. 2 held a special meeting July 24th, at Kneseth Israel Congregation, welcoming back former officers, Mrs. Zclda Liebman and Mrs. Elsie Wagman, who now • ( side in the East. Dr. Henry Slonimsky. who has helped shape the thinking o< two generations of rabbit, has retired from the faculty of the New York school of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, it is announced by Dr. Nelson Glueck. president. Dr. Slonimsky, member of the ,'IR faculty since 1924 and dean since 1935, retired under the nundatory provisions of the College-Institute retirement system. As Professor of Ethics and the Philosophy of Religion, as well as Dean, he influenced the development of JIR graduates of twenty-seven classes. Laxative Slavery 'uled by natural relief Stop taking harsh laxatives! Every breakfast, enjoy a generous bowlful (about V4 cup) of crisp, toasty Kellogg's ALL-BRAN-it's the natural laxative cereal that may help you back to youthful regularity, lost because of lack of bulk in your diet ALL-BRAN is the only type nady-to-eat cereal that supplies all the bulk you may need. High in cereal protein, rich in iron, provides essential B and D vitamins. Not habit-forming. Why don't you try it? Kellogg's is so sure you'll like ALL-BRAN that if you're not completely talisfied after 10 days, send empty carton to Kellogg's Battle Creek, Michigan, and get DO! H1.K YOUR MONEY BACK! M.HASATIR 1.MRNBATJM "osnm Director AuociaU Director WJNZ Proudlw Presents YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR NOW — Twice Weekly Sunday — 12 Noon Tuesdsy Evening — 8 P.M. Sunday 1:15 P.M. Our New Feature HAROLD SHAPIRO in PEOPLE'S PROBLEMS „„. Every Tuesday NEWS FROM ISRAEL See this New, De luxe Automatic G-E Range At Wolpert KST"."" I..I ujl ii IM.II % %  'JW.-'I t. : 1 J**fc EMMBBa ^SjfN^y^y t" ; '' ; % %  *' %  i AUTOMATIC OVEN TIMER —Turns your oven ON and OFF! Put your complete meal in the oven—set it for dinnertime—and go to the movies! < — ~ HI-SPEED CALROD UNITS —Five exact cooking speeds! One Extra-Hi-Speed Calrod Utility unit for extra-fast cooking starts! T he No-Stain Oven Vent that means a clean kitchen—Big Storage Drawers—Double Appliance Outlets (one automatically timed)—Extra-Hi-Speed Calrod Unit—Electric Minute Timer—and every other feature you could possibly want for easy, fast, better electric cooking! SEE THIS DREAM RANGE TODAY! A of honied deafer GENERAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS nDlP tRl 5 nPiinnQuy limUHH 1200 CORAL WAY wenitute Corneanu



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