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The Jewish Floridian ( August 1, 1952 )

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fewiisltUEIliOipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY LUME 25N umber 31 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. AUGUST 1, 1952 PRICE: TEN CENTS tate Department Flays Austria's Nazi Amnesty BENNA (JTA) — The Ameri[High Commissioner for Ausexpressed dissatisfaction the laws passed by the Ausi parliament early last week. bring property and civil Is to more than 20,000 formtadinj; Nazis. Bazi victims should be given Bdcration prior to Nazis," Commissioner Walter Don, stated, commenting on the J which can be vetoed by any fee four occupation powers. [Donnelly, as a member of Mia j Council, had once reJ to approve a law passed by [Austrian parliament which |d single out former Nazis for fcrential treatment by exEing those repatriated as war fcnals after April 30. 1949. legal penalties imposed on before that date. I new amnesty laws were Ited despite an appeal by the Tna Jewish Community to the lion parties not to pass them. tr these laws, thousands of rian Nazis up to the rank of leaders will get back their krties and will be reinstated fcir civil rights, with the exfin of 6,000 former members je BU>"d Order who will reftheir property but will reI without civil rights. j new laws also lift a threeold fueze on promotion and *se in salaries for 30.000 I service workers who were ry n.embers of the Nazi lallel with these laws, the Bmeru ilso passed a Comjtion Law under which |r victims of Nazism will rean additional $17 in Auscurrency for each month weni n concentration These victims have been king tili now about $23.50 Ich month of internment. ic Front, organ of the neoLeague of Independents, tokttacked the Allied Powers listening to the campaign of fcr" against the Nazis. "We ft fear thi Jewish protests. because we know from history 'that Jewish hatred is immeasurable and that the Jewish lust for revenge is unlimited," the paper said, adding that this view should not be interpreted as "anti-Semitic." State Department Stand Meanwhile, in Washington the State Department issued a statement revealing that the US GovI ernment has informed the Aus[ trian Government of its dissatisfaction with the three pro-Nazi laws passed in the Austrian Parliament. The text of the State Department's statement in part reads as follows: "The Department of State has informed the Austrian Ambas'sador in Washington that it is greatly disturbed to have received reports on the above legislation when restitution and general claims problems of victims of Nazism still have not been satisfactorily resolved by the Austrian Government, and that it is equally concerned about the action to amend the hird Restitution to amend the Third Restitutims of National Socialism. Similar representations were made to the Austrian Government in Vienna. "The Department of State is of the opinion that two iurther laws, passed by the Austrian Parliament on July 18th, granting compensation to civil servants, resident in Austria, for loss of salary and other losses suffered by them during the Anschluss, and granting compensation generally to victims of Nazi oppresion who reside in Austria, do not adequately meet the request, frequently expressed by the Government ot the Us to the Government of Austria not to discontinued On Page 4) -Nazis On Rampage; >e Immunity "N (JTA) — Deputy H. leader of the Neo-Nazi list Reich Party, has lost rhan-.entary immunity folhis conviction and senfir slandering the Gertesistance movement and in the Jews. jier. Hedler expressed re[or s>me of the statements >de and insisted that'it had been his intention to in•r slander German Jewry. id that his remarks had misinterpreted" and that had been trying to do was 'lain "historical facts". He ntenced to nine months 'nment. it Staebler, a miner, has sentenced to one year in a German court in Dusior entering a synagogue ir and shouting insults at Pngregation. Among other Fs SUe )!er made was that tnouj-h of you Jewish swine |gassed." Han,burg Senate has deUalmar Schact, onetime fiu advisor to Hitler, per'";? establish a banking wiui a capitalization of 10 deutschemarks. Al", reas on was given for ha? u J artion %  spokesman KJ. Dad y commented that J"s attitude during the ktln K ap P a !" ntl y not been n by the German peoEqyptian Revolt Seen No Danger To Israel LONDON (JTA) — Israel is in no danger of an attack from Egypt as a result of the Army coup which seixed control of the Arab state, informed observers in Britain said. Neither do these circles expect any trouble between Egyptian forces and British troops based in the Suez i Canal area. | General Mohammed Nguib, i who heads the Army group responsible for the revolt, has an unimpeachable military record, it was stated here. During the war with Israel he was wounded three times. Meanwhile, it is reported that the Israel Army this week began its summer maneuvers to test newly-acquired material and newly-learned techniques. The acquisition of new equipment by all services and the completion of training courses has put the troops in a good position to repel possible attacks by the Arabs who. General Yigal Yodin, Army Chief of Staff, pointed out, have been purchasing new arms without a halt. He reiterated his warning that if the Arabs re-open hostilities the battle will be carried into their territory. Hope Fades For Early Settlement At Hague Talks THE HAGUE (JTA) — Optimistic hopes that the reparations negotiations here between Israel and the Jewish Conference and West Germany will be concluded in a short period of time faded as the second phase of the negotiations entered the sixth week with three major points still unresolved. Progress is being made, but slowly, at numerous committee meetings. The task of formulating the point* already agreed upon into watertight legal clauses is proceeding so carefully and slowly that it will require many days to complete the job after all disagreements are cleared up. Meanwhile, Israel and Germany have not yet agreed upon the delivery schedules nor upon the types and quantities of goods to be obtained abroad by Germany for transshipment to Israel. The Claims Conference has not yet accepted the German offer of about $017,000,000 to settle its global claims, nor have the Conference and the German delegation straightened out their differences over a legislative program in Germany for individual restitution and indemnification to Nazi victims. In an effort to reach agreement on the legislative program, which Germany is as anxious as the Jews to see completed, German experts are being sent here from Bonn and even from the debt conference in London. It is reported that Herri LWolff, second in command of the German delegation in London, has been ordered to proceed to The Hague. It is also reported from Munich that the Bavarian Parliament has refused to ratify an agreement between the provincial Cabinet and the Jewish Restitution Successor Organization for a lump sum settlement of JRSO claims for the heirless and communal Jewish property, it was reported here from Munich. ^^_ Jerusalem Foreign Offices Ready At End Of Year; United States Protests Move JERUSALEM (JTA) — The temporary buildings which will house various Israeli Government offices — including the Foreign Ministry which will be transferred here from Tel Aviv — are scheduled to be ready by the end of the year, Shlomo Araza, government engineer, told a group of newsmen whom he conducted on a tour of the new government I ... center in this city. to the P oh f y that there 1 should The reporters inspected ten I ^ a special international regime concrete buildings which wiU ^ Jerusalem which wul not onserve as the Foreign Ministry of^^de protect.on for the Holy .. ., ._. ... ,, .„, Places but whicn will be acfices. Mr. Araza told them that ... ... ,. ; „ ceptable to Israel and Jordan as work will be started within a *Z .. j .u u..;iji- well as the world community, few days on the main building "T "Sir.ce tne question of Jerusalem is still of international importance, the United States Government believes that the United Nations should have an opportunity to reconsider the matter with a view to devising a status of the Foreign Ministry group. This building, which will house the Minister and his closest assistants, will also be ready by the end of the year when the Ministry is scheduled to move. US Releases Note In Washington, the State Defor Jerusalem wruch will satispartment made public the text of factonly preserve the interests v. ... ... r_ .„ .i i „„i i n f tro iimrW rnmrrunitv ar.n the its aide memoire to the Israel Government in which "concern" was expressed over Israel's decision to transfer its Foreign Ministry from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. The text reads: "The Government of the United States has noted with concern the decision and the announcement of the Israel Government of May 4th, to move the Foreign Olfice to Jerusalem. The Government of the United States has adhered and continues to adhere of the world community ar.d the states directly concerned. "Consequently, the United States Government would not view favorably the transfer of the Foreign Office of Israel to Jerusalem. The Government of the United States wishes to convey that in view of its attitude on the Jerusalem question it has no present intention of transferring the Ambassador of the United States and his staff to Jerusalem." ggggg ggB Capitol Spotlight BY MILTON FRIEDMAN (Copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) mttC 11111T Beth El Organizes All-Day Academy In Miami: County Instruction Aid Enlisted ity," Dr. Swirsky said. Representing future leaders, they must develop character, loyalty and faith." The spiritual leader indicated that the Beth El Academy would devote its educational curriculum to this end as applicable "to our nation and to Jewry at large". The Congregation's present plant will be the focal point for the new Academy's activities scheduled for session in its various classrooms,, playground ad lunch room and augmented by modern desk arrangements and lighting and ventilation design. In a statement issued following the announcement of the Beth El Academy opening, Sidney HPalmer, president of the Congregation who is currently serving his sixth consecutive term in that office, said that the school intends doing away with the "spir(Continued on Pagt 13) WASHINGTON — A private bill for "the relief of Andriji Artukovic and family" was introduced quietly in the Housei ta'Representative Harry R. Sheppard. California Democrat, shortly before adjournment. The bill would grant continued sanctuary in the United States and status to apply for American citizenship to Artukovic who is known to thousands of Jews as "the Hemnch Himmler of Croatia" As Minister of Justice and a leading Hitler collaborator in the Nazi puppet government of Croatia, Artukovic zealously implemented Hitler's extermination program. Artukovic welcomed the Nasis to Croatia by signing an order on June 4. 1941, which stripped Jews of their P^P" 1 .? %  nd _f m / pelled them to wear a yellow bsdg. with the letter Z (Zidor. oT Jew). Later he bragged that he outstripped Hitler in the speed with which his police squad, wived "th. Jewish PHUM. Yugoslav Jews reported that Artukovic personally ordered the arrest of rabbis, cantors, and talmud torah teachers. He supervised the deportation of Jewish children. One survivor testified that things of such enormity took place at one of Artukovk's concentration camos that orders were issued for a temporary "clean-up" so that a visiting Nazi commission would not be too shocked Attired in his Ustashi Nazi uniform. Artukovic appeared at various camps accompanied by high Gestapo officials. Although he was sought by Yugoslavia as a major war criminal. Artukovic arrived in the United states on July 16. 1948._and was admitted as a visitor. His temporary visa was extended three times while some ot his victims experienced difficulties getting in under refugee quotas. To escape extradition. Artukovic applied for status as a "refugee from Communism The Yugoslav Government was advised by the State Department thai it could seek his extradition under an American-Servian treaty Of IM. Seoretarv of State Dean Acheson certified this treaty as presently in force" for the "mutual extradition of fugitives from justice However Federal Judge Peirson M. Hall ruled in Los Angeles that Artukovic should be freed because he considered the extradition treaty invalid. This was after the judge said he was impressed with Artukovic's "sincerity and with his honesty-. Artukovic's lawyer stressed that his client was the victim of ••Communist propaganda". Meanwhile, extradition proceedings were denounced as "outrageous" by .the Reverend Stephen Lackovic, a former secretary of Archbishop Stepinac. Father Lackovic and other priests praised Artukovic's character. The Reverend Robert Ross of Westminster. California, told the court that Artukovic would make an American citizen "of whom we would all be justly proud Yugoslav Jewish refugees were astounded when newspapers and even important columnists rushed to the defense of Artukovic. John J. Knemevich. a California Republican cotnmitteeman. commended the Balkan section of the US Army and Navy Joint Intelligence Collection Agency during World War II. He said he bad personal knowledge of Artukovic's atrocities. Knesevich said also that he was "told by several people" that Artukovic was an enemy of Communism and should be left alone. The former intelligence commander replied: "Well, damn it. Hitler. Goering. Himmler. Mussolini and the rest of the Hasi league ware also enemies of Communism, but they were also enemies of our country". The American Jewish Congress offered evidence in the case and insisted that Artukovic's crimes were so heinous that he must be brought to trial The court hearings thus far have not sought to determine Artukovic's innocence or guilt but only to ascertain the validity of the extradition treaty. The Yugoslavs will appeal to the Supreme Court. % 



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ieJUiJUA YAClIfW .PAGE 2 *.i^i Premier David Ber.-Gurion last night announced the formation of an Atomic Energy Commission in Israel headed b> Professor Hugo Bergman* of the We.zmann l^ti u* o Science. The announcement was followed Up by sn off.cud com jvunique revealing that "certain quantities of radioactive element, hawTin discovered on Israel's soil. -The problem of supply energy is one of the basic problems of Israels economy. "* %  mSnique aid In view of the fact that Israels natural resource. Shown that there are certain quantities of radioactive e!e:r.ent> in Israel's soil, it has become necessary that Israeli scientists should conduct research into this new physical element.' • • • • • Mexico And Israel Sign Agreement MEXICO CITY 1JTA1 — A traJe t between Mexico nd Israel, based on a "most favored nations" clause was signea hen ooenins the wav for an exchange of commodities between the two slates. Manue! Tello. Mexico's Foreign Minister, signed the pact on behalf of Mexico. Dr. Moises Toff, Israel A:v plenpotentivy, signed on behalf of the Jewish State. Israel Keeps Eve On Egvpt ?onp TEL AVIV (WNS) — The repercussions of the Anr.y coup in Egvpt and tr.eir possible effects on the State of Israel are Deing lied by high Government officials 'with open eyes and increased preparedness." it was declared here by a an for the F reign Ministry following disclosure of King Farouk's abdtcat n irom the throne of Egypt. In an editorial comment on the Jerusalem Post Voted that General Mohamed Nagub Buy. pt's strong man, will be under pressure "• • v for Egypt in his dealing th Britain Mild On .lernsalem Issue LONDON WNS The British F pa Office was displeased th the ton* f the recent Ameria a tha tmnsfer by Israel ol its Foreign Ministry to Jerusi asserted the Jewish O b server ;n a report that Brit attitude toward t:.< iss tpressee Amen•nting out t tai ad I •' : --1 at Ox nt t aft i i t Middle East, the %  %  %  test : i 0 %  >". rtxent'i %  a Sarnoff Prediels TV To Israel TEL AVIV -TA — Brig nt of the R "-• • • L'nited States. G t the V • %  %  jh %  Jews .>Soum 3lme. IVroii's lleaili 5 — %  5 Argentine J I ." • vonvt'ris Demand Heir ibution s %  -at j t i .... ;..-:•. wti %  %  • Congregation* I nion K I eels Broido RK : A L ins V :' %  %  •. : '' Greater w r Israel .Minister In Britain Honored •. y •. t the S i • E %  %  • 5 Airline Halts Magazine IMstribation HEW YORK VMS) — Pan Aaxricaa World Airways has fc -• ..' • -i| • ; gress that t .... pt:B'nai B'rith Names Joseph Rayvis To Sub-Committee Joseph A Rayvis has been appointed to the sub-committee of the National Finance Council of the Supreme Lodge of B nai B'rith. it has been announced byFrank Goldmar. international president ol the Order. The committee will be charged with the responsibility of preparing plans enabling B'nai B nth and its agei to be recipients of inter-vivos endowments, trusts and gifts and testamentary dispositions. Goldman said. -\ uitmhnr of Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith, Rayvis is a native of Philadelphia and entered the investment banking business in 1930 He b associated with FranI DuPont and Company. :vr of the New York Stock Ex %  Otbers of the committee are William Gerber. Philadelphia, vice president of the Sune Lodge: Harry Wcnder. Washington DC presi.• Grand Lodg* N 5; an.: Maurice Bisgyer, :' UM Older. -. .-. Rennt r-.-.pi-;. .lew ish renters Fete Anniversarv ear and S. I. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Wufc-agtoa An. Miami B*ci: Between Fourth and F^th SU Far SrmaaocuM tad Privnaa Oea> Also for Hebrew TalephocM S-M17 Brandeis Chapter Has Party Luncheon Tuesday 7 Brat kis Chapter, Ai Cons ill hold eon of its %  n Tuesday. A t the Fu Mai ". -• Mrs. L Good' Rabbi Ettinger To Head North Dade Jewish Center Murrav Apfelbaum, president of the North Dade Jewish Center announces the apDointment of Rabbi Harry Ettinger as new i spiritual leader. Rabbi Ettinger received his Rabbinical training in the Mesifa Torah Vodaath, Nev Israel Rabbinical College and Yeshivah Karlin Stolin Rabbinical Institue He is also a graduate of Johns Hopkins University and j t he University of Baltimore. The Rabbi formerly held positions in Livingston Manor. New York, and North Bergen. New Jersey. Rabbi Ettinger will conduct his first Service on Friday evening, August 8th. His disI course is scheduled as: The Reward. Hialeah Swim-Dance A Swim-Dance Party will be sponsored bv the Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Community Center on Sunday evening. 8:30 p.m.. at the Sovereign Hotel. Miami Beach. Mrs. Shirley Rackier is chairman of the affair, with Mrs. Phil Begun in charge of tickets. The Center Ladies Auxiliary will meet at a Beach Party on Tuesday. August 19th. 10 a.m.. at Hammock. 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PHDAY, AUGUST 1. 1952 -JmistincrkUon PAGE 3 "Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR (Copyright, 1951. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) DOMESTIC DISCUSSIONS: Now that the Conference of Jewish Material Claims Against Germany is to receive $107,000,000 from The West German Government, a very important problem is developing The problem is: Should a permanent Conference office ze established to deal with the affairs connected with the receipt and distribution of this huge sum? Such an office, if established. would have to remain in existence for at least 12 years in view of the fact that the payments of reparations by Germany will probably be extended over that many years ... A suggestion has been m ade that instead of establishing a new office, the Conference shoula turn over whatever business results from the reparations agreement to the Jewish Restitution Successor Organisation ... This organization has been functioning for some time, with offices in Germany, negotiating and collecting compensation for heirless Jewish property The funds collected by this body are divided between the Jewish Agency and the Joint Distribution Committee There is no doubt that the idea of turning over the functions of the Conference to the Jewish Restitution Successor Organization will be warmly welcomed by Dr. Nahum Goldmann and Moses A. Leavitt, two of the moat active members of the Conference praesidium... However, opposition to this idea is already being voiced by other members of the Conference praesidium They argue that the JRSO is a partnership between two organizations only — the Agency and the JDC — while the Conference is composed of representatives of more than 20 leading Jewish organizations The issue may soon become one of the major issues in American Jewish communal life THE UJA-BOND FRONT: The conflict between the United Jewish Appeal and the Israel bond drive is approaching a climax ... It is now obvious to the Israel Government that Edward M. M. Warburg and Dr. Joseph Schwartz will not agree to remain the driving forces of the UJA for 1953, if the conflict is not settled And 1953 is not far off This is being realised by the Israel Government which now more than ever before is becoming very concerned over the UJA bond drive rift There is good reason for this increased worry Whether for lack of coordination between the two drives, or for other reasons, the Jewish State will this year receive much less from American Jewry than a year ago The income of the UJA this year will probably be between 10 and 15 percent less than last year • • And the sale of Israel bonds this year is thus far behind mnt sold last year ... Of course, the bond leaders still have their Fall campaign ahead, but all indication point to the fact that of bonds will not average the $8,000,000 a month which was ged last year All this presents a serious problem for the Israel Government • • And the possibility exists that since this problem cannot be solved in the United States, the Israel Government may invite leaders of the UJA. the bond drive and the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds to come to a conference to Jerusalem Originally, the Is'rael Cabinet hoped that Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett would succeed in solving the problem during his stay in the United States However, it can now be disclosed that Mr. Sharett's efiorts to bring together the leaders of the gbovi three groups at a round-table discussion did not materialize .. Mr. Sharett met with the UJA leaders and also with the leaders of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, and they wire agreeable to sit down with the Bond drive leaders and thrash matters out in his presence However, no round-table talks took place ... In the meantime, Israel's foreign currency crisis, as well as the debt of the Jewish state, is mounting An emergency situation is anticipated in the Fall, when new loan payments fall due Th.i' new grant-in-aid of $73,000,000 from the United States is, of course, a tremendous help, but it will not even go so far as to allow Israel to import raw materials for production Israel's debt at present is 115,000,000 Israeli pounds, payable in local currency, and $285,000,000 payable in dollars and other currency The difficulty is that a large part of the $285,000,000 is in shortterm loans and credits, some of which fall due soon • • • • • FACTS AND VIEWS: The best reference book on Israel has made earance in the United States and, strangely enough, its author Iritish non-Jew well known for his close relations with leading A: He is Gerlad De Gaury, and his book bears the title, The N< State of Israel The volume contains an exhaustive quantity i fact and figures on all phases of life in Israel, based on research clone in the Jewish state with the assistance of the Israel Gov< rnment One finds there detailed information on the political parties in Israel, on local government, on the functions of each Ministry, on the relations between the Jewish and non-Jewish population, economic information, facts on Israel's defense and on the system of military training as well as other data The author, who lived many years in the Arab Middle East, finds that the contest m Israel now is not with the Arabs but against nature and hazardous economic conditions ... He sees Israel as a very small country, with over half of it desert, a great need for capital and with no true backing for its currency But he is certain that the land and its resources will be scientifically exploited to the utmost exter.t possible, and emphasizes the fact that most of the desert is Potentially fertile ... He also stresses the fact that over 38 percent of the population is under 10 years of age, and that youth is adaptable GMJCC Names New Board Current officers of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Cen.Committee chairmen. Function ter will continue at their posts until November, when a regular 0 f the Executive Committee will election is scheduled. As a result of action taken by members at %  t steering Unit for an Annual meeting some four weeks ago, Stanley C Myers will I *" a &leenn un Ior remain in office as president until that time. Others holding over j the GMJCC between quarterly their duties are Dan Ruskin, Carl Weinkle and George Chertkof, | meetings of the Center Board of vice presidents, and Sidney Lef-1 _. iV Directors, court, secretarv-treasurer money than they had been re„, .. „ A i25-manBoarl of Directors ceiving, and we assumed almost Elected to the Executive Comwas chosen at this meeting, fol$25,000 in old debts which had | mittee were Charles Adelman, lowing the submission by the to *•* re-financed without delay." Abraham Cohen, Florence CornNominating Committee of a slate He indicated that the situation A Budd Cut]er was expedited through loans, as, .-, sistance by the Greater Miami Mrs. Joseph Duntov, Jessie GretJewish Federation and "a sys| man, Mrs. Monroe Gelb, Profestem of day-by-day budget consor Samuel Hirsch, Leo Huberman, Leon Kaplan, William of candidates drawn from the general membership. Also included on the Center Board were persons singled out for nomination by petition. Those elected are: BOARD OF DIRECTORS Leo Arkerman, Charles Adelman, .Shirley Barnett, Nathan Decker, Mre. Nathan Decker, Nat Blumberg, I)r. Seymour Dlumenthal, Mrs. Wm. Oapland, Jerry Carver, Leo Chalken, George C?hertkof, Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof. Den cleln, Abraham Cohen, Harriet Cohen. Mrs. Al Comanor, Abe Cutler, A. Dudd Cutler, Irving Cypen, Arthur DeCiulx, Joseph Duntov, Mr*. Joseph Duntov, Vic Eber, Morton Klterman, Mrs. Mat Rnglander, Leon A. Epstein, Ben Kssen, Mrs. Den Essen. Mrs. Herman Feldman, Mrs. Dorothy Kink, Mrs. Meyer Forer, Mrs. .lessee Freed, Milton Friedman. Henry ariaon, Monroe Clelb. Mrs. Monroe Oelb, Mrs. Leo Oelvan, Dr. Samuel Clertman, Mrs. Samuel Certman. lien (llller, Mrs. Ous Insburg, Mrs. trols". Also highlighted by his address was the appointment of the Center's new executive director, Efraim H. Gale, who assumed his duties last March 25th, and the matter of employee-agency relations which constituted a "difficult situation" following merger and re-organization. In this regard, Myers stated that, "For more than a year, rumors mingled about the financial condition of the three old agencies". These rumors, he explained, continued to increase. "It is understandable that in such a climate of feeling, members on the staff became concerned about the Kneapler, Jack Lampert, Joseph Masters, Mrs. Benjamin Miller. Leonard Schiff, Sam Seitlin. Paul Sobel, Martha Susskind. Esther Weinkle and William Zuckerman. Standing Committee chairmen who also assume posts ftn this Committee include Mrs. Miriam Sirkin, personnel; Ben Essen, nominations; Isidore Simkowitz. budget and finance; Sidney Stiller, administrative; Sylvia Chertkof, fund raising; Leo Sheiner, membership; and Fred K. Shochet, publicity. Joseph erg, I.awrence Goldl>erg, Mrs. Lawrence Goldberg, Robert GoldI security of their jobs." ner, Mrs. David M. Oordon, Jack CiorI ... ., don, Emanual C.raff, Mis. Kmanuel Myers summed up the employGraff, Dr. Robert (irayson, Mrs. Soph|ee-agency status with an ante (irimaldl, Prof, Samuel Hirsch. noi nrPm< n t that the CrpalPr MiLeo Huberman, Mrs. Leo Huberman. nouncement tnat tne ureater Ml *.. %  ..-. • .. .,.. r,m. launch I nmmnniMr f*onloi" (ius Jacobeon, Max jaoobeon, Hymen Kara, Aaron Kanner, Leon Kaplan, Mrs. I>HIII Kaplan. Irvvin KatS, Dr. Daniel Klncller. Samuel Kirschner. Dr. Erina Klasa, William Kneapler, Mrs. Rebecca Krlecer, Abe Knrraan, Jack Lampert, Leo Landls, Irving Lax, Morton LeBar, Harold Lebow, Bldney efeourt, BShlel eaowoder, Harry Levlne, Charles A. Llpplta, Phil Lyone, Dr. Irwln Makovaky, Joseph Masters, Has Melsel, Anna Brenner Meyers, Mrs. Benjamin Miller, Gertrude Miller, Joel Miller, Joseph Mooney, Sue Moss, Stanley C. Myers, Judge Kenneth Oka, Paula Orllk, Albert Ossip, Norman Pallot, Edward ivyDr, David M Preneky, Henry Rabin, I.00 Rothstvin. Dan Ruskin, Mrs Morton Rusaack, Irving Baal, Leonard Schiff, Wtllard Schlesslnfer, l.<>uis Schwartsman, Sam Beltlln, Fred Bewail, Leo Sheiner, Mrs Leo sheiner. Burton Sherman. Fr.kloff, Lewis Bternshein, Mrs. L. Sternsheln. Sidney Btlller. Mrs. Carl Susskind, Robert Tauber, Carl Weinkle, Mrs. Carl Welnkl Louis ami Jewish Community Center had just reached an agreement with its working staff regarding labor conditions, grievances, sick leave and holidays. The union deliberations came hard upon some 14 months of negotiations. At a subsequent meeting of the Board of Directors held early last week, an election took place of the Executive Committee composed of 21 members, as well as of agency officers and Standing Wometco Executive Tries Havana Trip In Outboard Cruiser To establish the capabilities of outboard cruisers, Harvey Fleischman. Wometco theatres execuWelntraub, Stuart Winston. | tive, attempted a trip from MiM "kcnn''n X JSTVrSThJSSSSl I ami to Havan in an 18-foot Santana-built boat piloted by Harry Santana. Accompanying them in an 18foot Chris Craft were flames Hamlet, of Tampa, W. C. Blood and Rube Allyr, St. Petersburg newspaperman and author. The Quartet and the Cuba Libre left Dinner Key Yacht Basin last Saturday morning. On Harry Zukernick. In his address before the group. Myers stressed the urgency of arriving at a workable association among the recently merged Jewish centers in Miami. "The merger of our Beach Y, Miami Y and JCA into our present agency, the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, is a new association of men and women in our i hand for a Bon Voyage were CuRabbi Abramowitz Airs American-Israeli Bond Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz spiritual leader of the North Shore Jewish Center, will be guest speaker during Harold Shapiro's radio program, People's Probkms, on Sunday afternoon, nugm 1:15 P m over station W NZ. Rabbi Abramowitz will ?.r^ u : America's Cultural Bond With Israel. Adult Social Grdup The Adult Social Group of the Miami Jewish Community Center.450 SW 16th Avenue, will wid a Festival Dance tomorrow venmg. West Miami Has Member Drive A membership drive to enroll 100 new members was launched this week by the West Miami Jewish Center. Harry Klein, chairman of the Membership Committee, indicated that a program for the family has been established. "Among activities are the Nursery School, Hebrew and Sunday School, Teen Agers, Sisterhood, Men's Club, Drama Group and Talis and Tefilin Group ," he said. Hialeah Center Meeting A meeting will be held by the Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Community Center on Monday evening, August 4th. community to achieve what we consider a worthwhile goal." he said. "Organizations are really combinations of individuals, and the same problems of adjustment arise in a new association of organizations just as in new associations of individuals in business." Reviewing the reasons for merger, Myers emphasized that Miami's center needs must be accepted as a collective responsibility and that "services provided to meet those needs should be planned, financed and operated by the total community." Meeting the leisure time needs of Jewish children, youth, adults and older adult groups in Dade County, he emphasized, could no longer remain the responsibility of individual communities in the area. Myers also remarked on the GMJCC's financial status which followed hard upon the heels of merger. "The old agencies," he said, 'had been spending more 350 Lincoln Road Suit* 302 — Phone 5-5411 Entrance on Washington AT*. ocuusrs PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES ban General Consul Eduardo D. Hernandez and Miguel Angel Juara, representing the Cuban Tourist Commission. Bernard Segal, former director of activities of the Miami Jewish Community Center, is now associated with the Provident Life and Accident Insurance Company and the Ackerman Insurance Agency, according to an announcement by Leo Ackerman. Segal came to Miami three years ago as Southeastern Field Director of the American Jewish Congress. ^MMMBBMr-%  \".



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FAGI4 +Jeistfkrrdi<>r FRIDAY, AUGUST 1. 1952' EDITORIAL Mr. HeigiiTs Confusion Menachem Eeigir., leader of Israel's Herut Pasty, is the men with whom Prime Minister David Ben-Gurioa recently had words on the floor of Parlicmen:. Although noted for his firmness of viewr it is said* of the Prime Minister that he is most often softspoken. That he was provoked to calling the Herut leader a hoiligan in the solemn atmosphere of the r.ew state's seat of government is surely ". indication ot Mr. Beigin's argumentative ncture. As the Stain head of a political organization cttrccting the support of Communist elements. Mr. Beigin has more than once been guilty of fomenting discussion for the sake of creating issues where none existed. Not long ago, he demanded that the Conference en Mcterial Claims Against Germany submit its act ens ct Tr.e Hague to c plebiscite by World Jewry. Only lest "week, some 60C persons attended a meeting in Rio De Jcneiro addressed by him. during which he severely BM o d w d the virtue of Isrcei's reparations talks. It was good to see Jbat the Central Committee c: e United Zionist Organization of Brczil did Ml participaH in a receptor, held is Mr. Beigm's honor following the meeting. The'propriety of The Hague talks is BO question here. More important is the tact that Mr. Beigin undoubtedly ccrries or. 1-.:= campaign .ess hem conviction and concern for Jewish destiny than for the intematonal movement his small Party represents. He lias, along w.-.h Ml masters. apparently adopted the operatng prmc.ple that the support of cny dissenting star.o -.us: mevitcbly provoke disv^rbance and cpen i w i fl t rt IB this record it is interesting to note Russio s recent diplcmctc move cesicr.rd :z toste: cissenton between England ar.d AM Dated States when Andrei Gromvko was withdrawn .IVIL RIGHTS PLANK ". B i History's Choice from the Soviet United Nctons delegation in order to assume the pest of Ambassador to the Court ol St. Jcmes. Need the parallel be carried out any furtr.er ? \.-ilioiial .It'ruwilfiii The recent decision on the part of the Israel Government to move its Foreign Cfiice to Jerusalem is apparently being carried out in hill force. A Tel Aviv dispatch late last week indicated that the Ministry's quarters would be ready for occupation by the end of the year. In the face of early UN agreements regarding the internationalization of the Holy City, this Jewish move represents the first in a long series of stratagems to incorporate Jerusalem into Israeli territory. Apparently, the original partitioners, fearing the combined anxiety of the Moslem and Roman worlds, begged the religious site issue by excluding its discussion until some later date. Needless to say, the discussion never arises. With ever increasing tensions in the Near East, they may be presumably postponed indefinitely! The Israel Government's move is its answer to such diplomatic chicanery. As a symbol of Jewish unitv through 2,000 years in the Diaspora, the practical effort to establish the new state's cap ilol in Jerusalem is historically sound. It is equally unsound for the UN to entertain further prospects of maintaining an internationally controlled site in the midst of Israel's boundaies. Most disheartening early this week was America's sharp attack against the new state's move. Holding to the UN stand, a State Department directive indicated that Foreign Office construction in Israel could not be recognized. Greet Britain's milder approach was more gratifying. Eut Jews ought not accept England's sympathetic attitude without question. Having completely lost face in the Near East during the past few years, what with the open rebelliousness of Iran and Egypt against their economic and military intrusions, London leaders perhaps feel that c universally disfavored, sympathetic stand will add to the area's confusion. One may only hope this is not so. US State Department Flays Austrians For Passage Of Nazi Amnesty Laws Continued f i i Page I crirninatS b£.i.-~: RK WtiflM SO tr.e basis cf their present resaence or cttirenshii "The Acting Unit* i High Commissionei iz "• :s the United State ser.tative on the Allied '. which is the body tc i above legislation will be su ted for considerstoon hai bee; -: rrr.ee cf t.-.e views of the Department, the statement concluded. Information reaching Wasri.r.tton brought cut the fait tr.it while the State Departrrtr.-. baa rr.ade it clear U tr.e An Government that the US a %  gainst Austria's pre-Nazi laws which affect Jewish vi c Um i I Nazism, the Soviet autbontiei have taken quite a different stand or. the matter The Soviet Union, Lite the United States, is represented cr. the Allied Council in Vienna ar.d its r epresen tst .t th.ere — like tr.e American representative — ha; tr.e right i vet any eegislati n pa.-std by the Austria Parliament Kowever. a Slate Department spokesman revealed a: a press conference here I that '•' that .-. u .-ble for the United t. meddle in inti mal An attain. Austrians in Washington ncernt I :. rsinoi N rite; t the lav, l nail: ful but are E practical r. essity "You in they otinued, tself a •-..-. %  Faaa net legally resp on si b le for wi }ngi Jewandi i Hitler regime. .airied that : sponsibiiity 15 ifiable property. tarian gesture. Austria has p.id pensions to Jt others who .--::• under the Nazis red, asserting that leveneighthi I the 20000 n Hit cases inv Iving Jews were settied satisfactcr. ;. Under the new laws, the Austrian offic.als esplair. d. Nazis ma%petition •. .< or the restoration of property and civil rights, but the only propertv | would be restored, they insisted, would be ertified private holdings and .ot properties confiscated froaa Jews ..--. Austrians po.nn amc r.. n were mea a • :.• v ictin S r. a basis • s spent in nfin :. ride adjust ent I ..... ienied promotions un%  %  • eg.--. They ad• i that the civil s-r. -r.e:.t would prob;:.%  %  x ude J< .• ; because I the Jewish faith were r_ denied -r. rity but :r* mated in ccncer.trati ramr. Zr.A_s:r.ar. ciii: ^..i said that ent I Ha: Settles ent I and ; being planm i %  'givemrr.er.t ..-. Vienna from the proceeds aging t Jews and rtben Ihey ais-e.-.ed that the ti -. .'. tha fund was iis• ith Jewish rganizal I with a view t: satisfying claims ansinji from the K • At the tune time thej revealed that -%  be %  jp of aBoot H percent 1 rty and free percent non. perry In this connection .that i irina i •. -. *' I %  • %  -DT Leopold Fij • -. %  • • nun if the -. %  0g Of SB : S bat a. t to • in of all Charge Wrecking Restitution T.-.e ger.erii : %  .: z ,r r.. med sources bert Western Germany Anal ting to at ro *e rst c ontn free world oent or. n an-d -. trying to mat victims cf Hassan p •-bill .risrn. at ksast I \.-onttsca'. less and unclaimed proper-. general purposes. The sa: tion of claims agains* u Nanregirr,' ,s the respor.s. ..••, • • %  .->an economy at iar^i. inese loan ; underlined. American Jewish Organizaperation with the community. en urging the Austrian • nt to follow the gen• 11< '• principle of resn legislation in operation ny to Greece, that heirless Jewish assets be assigned for the relief and rehabilita:' Jewish victims of Nazi persecution On every occasion. Austrian officials paid lip vice to this principle, but in actual fact have done everything to repudiate it. it was pointed out here. Meanwhile, the State Department has been receiving pleas from leading Jewish organizations calling for an American veto of the pro-Nazi Austrian laws. Among the statements sent Secretary of State Dean Acheson were or.es from Jacob Blaustein. ..-• :dent of the American Jewish Committee. Dr. Israel Goldstein, president of the American Jewish Congress, and Frank Goldman. ident cf B'nai B'rith. Israel's Development Budget Passes First Reading; Security Funds Discussed JERUSALEM (JTAl — The Israel Parliament this week passed its first reading of the 115.000.000 pound development budget. This budget is in addition to the normal budget of 168,000,000 pounds. Income is expected from three main sources: 40,000,000 pound! from the sale of Israeli bonds in the United States. 35.000.000 pour.ds from the compulsory national loan and the levy on capital and, 40.000.000 pounds from the sale Mr. Eban said representations will be made by Israel on this question. In suit H 'Ifii s: Sent To Prison DUSELDORF (WNS) An Israel Exhibits Candies In ISA Aextensive line of imported Israel chocolates and hard can% %  Elite Ltd.. the larandy manufacturer in the %  : : r. •.'. on display at : • Israel Exp siti n in New V rk l' .-.; %  • • ibuted by I Rokeach re Qua $4,000,000 anr Ua ily of government-owned real estate by the development authority and from sums set aside in the normal budget. The budget calls for the expenditure of over 35.000.000 pour.ds for agriculture, including: the establishment cf new farmine settlements, local and regional irrigation prefects, loans j unregerrate Nazi stood this week iv^affiL^H= t he ,ocai court here s lects and similar work. Over I Poured out vituperation against 25.000.000 will be spent for inJews in the Hitlerian style while dU8 V?J l 3S! udin ,he expenditure I judges and spectators sat silently, of 5.DO0.0O0 pounds for expan^ occasion for the outburst sion of electric power facilities. ^V „„ H Another 12.000.000 pounds will w as ,he Pronouncement of court te spent for communications prosentence on Horst Staebler who jects including 2.000,000 pounds i was convicted on charges of havfor the extension of the existing | ,_ rail line to Beersheba. Finally, 20.000.000 pour.ds will be devoted to housing. g entered a synagogue last year and brazenly heaped insults and unprintable epithets upon the After hearing an urgent rej congregants. When the court anfor development funds bv Financt.Minister Levi Eshkol, Km^IJS?* 1 vo,ed to advance .6.000.000 pounds for developrr ent purposes. Meanwhile, the speeding of • Mutual Security funds to urger.1 economic Problems there was discussed in •• this week by Israel Ambassador Abba Eban with A Byn ade, Assistant SecSt '• : N< : %  E ffi ..;. i • nn Min it m Tel em, to which the 1 "nment to k objection M id that the emoii i n thr ? o f h ?' uu-ail's now being stud.ed by the Israel Goven-..-'till not known '••".' ,: the matter will U P : -~u' ear ; for his disorderly conduct, Staei bier broke into abuse against Jews, completing his tirade with i the complaint that not enougof voU Jewish swine were gassed.'" +Jeislincri"' %  Fla., under tha Act cf March 3. am Tha Jewiah Fiondian h* borb tha Jewiah UnMy and the J'" 11 Weekly. Member of tna Jtwin ''"• raphie Agency, Seven Arti Feature Synccata, Worldwide Newt Service, National Editorial Ae*ocia'on, *>""• :an Ataociatlon of Bngliah.Ja*'" N ewaoanera riorlda Free _Aaoc;tJfJ. Tbc Jewiah Klondlan uora "* ruaranteo the Kaahrutb of the ""*'' p hwnH'e*. rtetl.1 In If c^li""^ SUaSCRIPTION BATES: One Year • Two Ya ara -—-——__?!-_— FRED K. SHOCHET editor and PubMahar LEOMINDUN Nawa Editor i. OFT1CE and PLANT 120 N. E Sixth Street Tele phones 2-1141-2-8 21^ FRIDAY. AUGUST 1. '9, 5 D 2 VOLUME 25 NUMBER Ab 10, 5712 j I • • L



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• miDAY. AUGUST 1, 1952 -Jetiist fhriUtr PAGE 5 Our UN Newsletter By ARTHUR LEWIS i p> right, 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) !/• [TED NATIONS — The Palestire Cunc.liatK.n C tnmii n matter of the blocked accou: ts in the same way -non of a peace settlement last year. Meiting with the vet of one lid* at a time. At present, the FCC holds on Rafael, of the Israeli delegation, over the blocked A r -. b %  '' iunts. Again, the commission had to do this because of the intransiq-ar.. of the Arab States and their childish refusal to recogniie Israel and to tit down at the same table with Israeli representatives. The cooperation which the Israeli delegation here has shown is deeply appreciated by the members of the PCC and the governments they represent, especially in view of the fact that the Arab states which have armistice agreements with Israel have little in the way of blocked Israeli accounts. Thi <>nlv Arab State which is holding a considerable amount of ] mon.v iclo/ging to Israeli citizens is Iraq, and I understand that parallel negotiations are going on with Iraq through the good Of[, tr> : friendly powers. It is taken for granted here that Israel I would not be expected to unfreeze the blocked Arab accounts without Iraq unfreezing the blocked Israel accounts. For some two years now. there have been discussions on these blocked accounts, and a settlement was reached a year ago. only to be broken by the Arabs. Although the full details are not known, it is understood here that Israel has. between 3.000.000 and 4.000.000 Israeli pounds in blocked Arab accounts. According to the United Nations statistics department, this money belongs to between 19.000 and 20.000 Arab*. Tinreason Iraq holds so much Israeli money is due to the immigrat: in of 120.000 Jews from that state to Israel. Again, it is not know:, exactly how much money is involved, but is is said to be | as Ian a sum as that in the blocked Arab accounts. In 1949. a mixed commission of experts was set up to study this pi ilem and to try to reach a solution. An Egyptian repre•he Arab States on this commission, while Israel was repres nil y one of its own people. I1953, an agreement was reached for the reciprocal unfreezing ot account*. It was to be worked this way as far as the blocked Arab accounts; were concerned: the Arab states were to pay each (wposuor up to one hundred Israeli pounds of his account, and the Israeli Government would put en equivalent sum into a trust acc._. '. .'.hich would be released to the Arab States after a peace itttlement The agreement was signed, but the Arsbs went back en their signature, possibly because they were afraid of anything connected with a peace settlement. 1 mother example of the callous manner in which the treat the Arab refugees for, of all the people involved, wretched refugees who needed the mor.ey most. ..ussiona on blocked accounts are highly technical and 11 i= possible that the Palestine Conciliation Corr.missi ble to work out an agreement to unfreeze this money. i A:abs going to abide by the agreement? Th.-y have gor.e the ii signature before. Miami Jewish Community Center Camps Engage In Varied Summer Activities %  PL**^ytf? ^ a *^**M ^T Y\ : 1 wm**fft %  %  A rL^m* W ....If f F %  '. /.LARU pkaOH A i iei dt i] t ial ( vent clud ng pel masquerades, picnics and parents meetings pa t two weeks of activity ;,t thf various summer day camps sponsored by the • ir Miami Jewish Community Center, Ephraim H. Gale, executive director, and Mrs. Leon Kaplan, chairman of the GMJCC Day Camp Committee, jo.ntly announced early this week. At the Beach Branch, a gala Pet Show was held at Camp Sholom last Friday. Registered in the show were campers' favorite pets, birds, dogs, cats, fish, a white rat and a tiger cub. Winners were: Love Birds, pets of Gloria Korenblit, most beautiful pet; Lady, a black Shepherd dog of Douglas and Menace Stanley, best trained pet; and Frisky, the white rat pet of Bobo and Jill Huberman, the most unusual pet. Hororable mention went to K. C. and Steve Schiff. K. C trained and entered Steve as a disguised tiger cub. Prizes for each pet and special certificates for their owners were presented at the end of the show.' The event was planned and executed under the suggestion and guidance of the Camp Sholom Camper's Council. Arother special event at Camp Sholom was the Fun and Masquerade held on Thursday, July 24th. Familiar campers surprised and entertained everyone when they appeared originally dressed and made up as gypsies, hobos, animals, counselors, candy, briday couples and ballet dancers. Winners, judged by camper applause ar.d a panel of judges, were Steven Kifkind. who appeared as a fortune-telling Gypsy; Pamela 'Cramer, who came as a TV set: (Roberta Fraser, who v.as a visting hobo: and Bobj Huberman. | the Ihir.g. a cherry lollipop. I Camp chairman of the Beach Branch is Mrs. Abraham Cohen. C;.mp director is Mrs. .Thelma Begler. At tno Flagler-Granada Day Camp, Camp Kadimah, of the Flaeler-Granida Jewish Community Center, an affiliate of the (iieater Miami Jewish Community Center, spent Friday. July i5th, at Greynolds Park in an all i day, all camp picnic. In the first SOtato race, Stevic Andrc-.vs ran away w th the top honors. In the girls' ii.vision, it was a tie bel Sandy Raskin and Alice -in, while John Harris won tor the boys. In a contest to determine who laughed last and who laughed loud st in camp while i iting three dry crackers and whistling \ ..nkee Doodle, the following were adjudged best. Sandy Lang, Philip Gerson, Lynn Feldmar. Harold Markovitz and Bobby Goldberg. Camp talkers were Freddy Bernard and Mary Strauss. Last night, Camp Kadimah had a turnout of parents of FlaglerGranada at a Parents Meeting. The program included a special sound film on child behaviour with commentary by Mike Strassberg. Co-chairmen of this camp Young Adults Meet The Young Adult Group of the Miami Beach Jewish Center will meet on Wednesday evening, August 6th. 8:30 p.m., in the Assembly Hall of the Center. In charge of the evening's program are Larry Niditch and Jeanne Nevel. include Mrs. Sylvia Freed and Mrs. Frances Tiauman, with camp director, Mrs. Rose Strassi cerg. | The Miami Branch Home I Camp, kr.own as Camp Ma-Ka! Bee, during the pa~t two weeks was treated to boat lides with the Harbor Patrol, fishing at ; Crandon Park, pony rides at Dressers Dam-., a vftball game with the aft r-a hool 10 to 12y< ar-old boys' group of the Miami Branch, aa well as a full I program of arts and crafts, draj matics, folk dancing, social dancing and athletic activity. Last I right, the Intermediate and Sen! ior campers held their traditional 1 Party-Dance in the gymnasium of : the Miami Branch. Harry Shami is is camp director, and Mrs. Ada i Sheiner is chairman of the Cay Camp Committee. Plans are currently being made I for a huge carnival and MaccaI biad among the three camps of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. suns YOU TO IT Dr. Hodges Opens Office Dr. Leonard I. Hodges announces the opening of his office for the practice of Internal Medicine and Cardiology at 220 Miracle Mile. Miracle Buildirg, Suite 221, in Coral Gables. MIAMI SOIL TOP CO. Phone 9-2694-5 Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverized Grade A. Soil Bulldozing Hourly or Contract Phone 4-0335 LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY EDWARD ALPER 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace ALL WORK GUARANTEED AI'llllKMt. S;uuncerr.ent by George 1 L president. increase has raised Food lr I: m 20th to a position of iota ... .ng the largest retailers, fj'iinki.-.d indicated, making his report m an annual financial naten •, i s ,,-kholders. He also pointed out that earnings for we year were affected down
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fewiisltUEIliOipidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
LUME 25-
N umber 31
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. AUGUST 1, 1952
PRICE: TEN CENTS
tate Department Flays
Austria's Nazi Amnesty
BENNA (JTA) The Ameri-
[High Commissioner for Aus-
expressed dissatisfaction
the laws passed by the Aus-
i parliament early last week.
bring property and civil
Is to more than 20,000 form-
tadinj; Nazis.
Bazi victims should be given
Bdcration prior to Nazis,"
Commissioner Walter Don-
, stated, commenting on the
j which can be vetoed by any
fee four occupation powers.
[Donnelly, as a member of
Mia j Council, had once re-
J to approve a law passed by
[Austrian parliament which
|d single out former Nazis for
fcrential treatment by ex-
Eing those repatriated as war
fcnals after April 30. 1949.
legal penalties imposed on
before that date.
I new amnesty laws were
Ited despite an appeal by the
Tna Jewish Community to the
lion parties not to pass them.
tr these laws, thousands of
rian Nazis up to the rank of
leaders will get back their
krties and will be reinstated
fcir civil rights, with the ex-
fin of 6,000 former members
je BU>"d Order who will re-
ftheir property but will re-
I without civil rights.
j new laws also lift a three-
old fueze on promotion and
*se in salaries for 30.000
I service workers who were
ry n.embers of the Nazi
lallel with these laws, the
Bmeru ilso passed a Com-
jtion Law under which
|r victims of Nazism will re-
an additional $17 in Aus-
currency for each month
wen- i n concentration
. These victims have been
king tili now about $23.50
Ich month of internment.
ic Front, organ of the neo-
League of Independents, to-
kttacked the Allied Powers
listening to the campaign of
fcr" against the Nazis. "We
ft fear thi Jewish protests.
! because we know from history
'that Jewish hatred is immeasur-
able and that the Jewish lust for
revenge is unlimited," the paper
said, adding that this view should
not be interpreted as "anti-Semit-
ic."
State Department Stand
Meanwhile, in Washington the
State Department issued a state-
ment revealing that the US Gov-
I ernment has informed the Aus-
[ trian Government of its dissatis-
faction with the three pro-Nazi
laws passed in the Austrian Par-
liament.
The text of the State Depart-
ment's statement in part reads
as follows:
"The Department of State has
, informed the Austrian Ambas-
'sador in Washington that it is
greatly disturbed to have receiv-
ed reports on the above legisla-
tion when restitution and general
claims problems of victims of
Nazism still have not been satis-
factorily resolved by the Aus-
trian Government, and that it is
equally concerned about the ac-
tion to amend the hird Restitu-
tion to amend the Third Restitu-
tims of National Socialism. Sim-
ilar representations were made
to the Austrian Government in
Vienna.
"The Department of State is
of the opinion that two iurther
laws, passed by the Austrian Par-
liament on July 18th, granting
compensation to civil servants,
resident in Austria, for loss of
salary and other losses suffered
by them during the Anschluss,
and granting compensation gen-
erally to victims of Nazi oppres-
ion who reside in Austria, do not
adequately meet the request, fre-
quently expressed by the Gov-
ernment ot the Us to the Gov-
ernment of Austria not to dis-
continued On Page 4)
-Nazis On
- Rampage;
>e Immunity
"N (JTA) Deputy H.
. leader of the Neo-Nazi
list Reich Party, has lost
rhan-.entary immunity fol-
his conviction and sen-
fir slandering the Ger-
tesistance movement and in-
the Jews.
jier. Hedler expressed re-
[or s>me of the statements
>de and insisted that'it had
been his intention to in-
r slander German Jewry.
id that his remarks had
misinterpreted" and that
had been trying to do was
'lain "historical facts". He
ntenced to nine months
'nment.
it Staebler, a miner, has
sentenced to one year in
a German court in Dus-
ior entering a synagogue
ir and shouting insults at
Pngregation. Among other
Fs SUe )!er made was that
tnouj-h of you Jewish swine
|gassed."
Han,burg Senate has de-
Ualmar Schact, onetime fi-
u advisor to Hitler, per-
'";? establish a banking
wiui a capitalization of
10 deutschemarks. Al-
",reason was given for
ha? u Jartion. spokesman
KJ. Dady commented that
J"s attitude during the
ktln KapPantly not been
! *n by the German peo-
Eqyptian Revolt
Seen No Danger
To Israel
LONDON (JTA) Israel is in
no danger of an attack from
Egypt as a result of the Army
coup which seixed control of the
Arab state, informed observers
in Britain said. Neither do these
circles expect any trouble be-
tween Egyptian forces and Brit-
ish troops based in the Suez
i Canal area.
| General Mohammed Nguib,
i who heads the Army group re-
sponsible for the revolt, has an
unimpeachable military record, it
was stated here. During the war
with Israel he was wounded
three times.
Meanwhile, it is reported that
the Israel Army this week be-
gan its summer maneuvers to
test newly-acquired material and
newly-learned techniques.
The acquisition of new equip-
ment by all services and the
completion of training courses
has put the troops in a good po-
sition to repel possible attacks
by the Arabs who. General Yigal
Yodin, Army Chief of Staff,
pointed out, have been purchas-
ing new arms without a halt. He
reiterated his warning that if
the Arabs re-open hostilities the
battle will be carried into their
territory.___________
Hope Fades For
Early Settlement
At Hague Talks
THE HAGUE (JTA) Opti-
mistic hopes that the reparations
negotiations here between Israel
and the Jewish Conference and
West Germany will be conclud-
ed in a short period of time fad-
ed as the second phase of the
negotiations entered the sixth
week with three major points
still unresolved.
Progress is being made, but
slowly, at numerous committee
meetings. The task of formu-
lating the point* already agreed
upon into watertight legal claus-
es is proceeding so carefully and
slowly that it will require many
days to complete the job after
all disagreements are cleared up.
Meanwhile, Israel and Ger-
many have not yet agreed upon
the delivery schedules nor upon
the types and quantities of goods
to be obtained abroad by Ger-
many for transshipment to Israel.
The Claims Conference has not
yet accepted the German offer
of about $017,000,000 to settle its
global claims, nor have the Con-
ference and the German delega-
tion straightened out their dif-
ferences over a legislative pro-
gram in Germany for individual
restitution and indemnification
to Nazi victims.
In an effort to reach agreement
on the legislative program, which
Germany is as anxious as the
Jews to see completed, German
experts are being sent here from
Bonn and even from the debt
conference in London. It is re-
ported that Herri L- Wolff, sec-
ond in command of the German
delegation in London, has been
ordered to proceed to The Hague.
It is also reported from Munich
that the Bavarian Parliament has
refused to ratify an agreement
between the provincial Cabinet
and the Jewish Restitution Suc-
cessor Organization for a lump
sum settlement of JRSO claims
for the heirless and communal
Jewish property, it was reported
here from Munich._____^^_
Jerusalem Foreign Offices Ready At End
Of Year; United States Protests Move
JERUSALEM (JTA) The temporary buildings which will
house various Israeli Government offices including the Foreign
Ministry which will be transferred here from Tel Aviv are
scheduled to be ready by the end of the year, Shlomo Araza, gov-
ernment engineer, told a group of newsmen whom he conducted on
a tour of the new government I ...
center in this city. to the Pohfy that there1 should
The reporters inspected ten I ^ a special international regime
concrete buildings which wiU ^ Jerusalem which wul not on-
serve as the Foreign Ministry of- ^^de protect.on for the Holy
.. ., ._. ... ,,____,., Places but whicn will be ac-
fices. Mr. Araza told them that
. ... ... ,. ; ceptable to Israel and Jordan as
work will be started within a *Z ..
j .u u..;iji- well as the world community,
few days on the main building "T '
"Sir.ce tne question of Jeru-
salem is still of international im-
portance, the United States Gov-
ernment believes that the United
Nations should have an oppor-
tunity to reconsider the matter
with a view to devising a status
of the Foreign Ministry group.
This building, which will house
the Minister and his closest as-
sistants, will also be ready by the
end of the year when the Min-
istry is scheduled to move.
US Releases Note
In Washington, the State De- for Jerusalem wruch will satis-
partment made public the text of factonly preserve the interests
v. ... ...___r_ .i__i__i i nf tro iimrW rnmrrunitv ar.n the
its aide memoire to the Israel
Government in which "concern"
was expressed over Israel's de-
cision to transfer its Foreign
Ministry from Tel Aviv to Jeru-
salem. The text reads:
"The Government of the Unit-
ed States has noted with concern
the decision and the announce-
ment of the Israel Government
of May 4th, to move the Foreign
Olfice to Jerusalem. The Gov-
ernment of the United States has
adhered and continues to adhere
of the world community ar.d the
states directly concerned.
"Consequently, the United
States Government would not
view favorably the transfer of the
Foreign Office of Israel to Jeru-
salem. The Government of the
United States wishes to convey
that in view of its attitude on the
Jerusalem question it has no
present intention of transferring
the Ambassador of the United
States and his staff to Jeru-
salem."
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Capitol Spotlight
BY MILTON FRIEDMAN
(Copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
mttC
11111T
Beth El Organizes All-Day Academy In
Miami: County Instruction Aid Enlisted
ity," Dr. Swirsky said. Repre-
senting future leaders, they must
develop character, loyalty and
faith." The spiritual leader in-
dicated that the Beth El Acad-
emy would devote its educational
curriculum to this end as ap-
plicable "to our nation and to
Jewry at large".
The Congregation's present
plant will be the focal point for
the new Academy's activities
scheduled for session in its var-
ious classrooms,, playground ad
lunch room and augmented by
modern desk arrangements and
lighting and ventilation design.
In a statement issued follow-
ing the announcement of the Beth
El Academy opening, Sidney H-
Palmer, president of the Congre-
gation who is currently serving
his sixth consecutive term in that
office, said that the school in-
tends doing away with the "spir-
(Continued on Pagt 13)
WASHINGTON A private bill for "the relief of Andriji
Artukovic and family" was introduced quietly in the Housei ta'Rep-
resentative Harry R. Sheppard. California Democrat, shortly before
adjournment. The bill would grant continued sanctuary in the United
States and status to apply for American citizenship to Artukovic
who is known to thousands of Jews as "the Hemnch Himmler of
Croatia" As Minister of Justice and a leading Hitler collaborator
in the Nazi puppet government of Croatia, Artukovic zealously im-
plemented Hitler's extermination program.
Artukovic welcomed the Nasis to Croatia by signing an order
on June 4. 1941, which stripped Jews of their P^P"1.? nd_fm/
pelled them to wear a yellow bsdg. with the letter Z (Zidor.
oT Jew). Later he bragged that he outstripped Hitler in the speed
with which his police squad, wived "th. Jewish PHUM. Yugo-
slav Jews reported that Artukovic personally ordered the arrest
of rabbis, cantors, and talmud torah teachers.
He supervised the deportation of Jewish children. One survivor
testified that things of such enormity took place at one of Artuko-
vk's concentration camos that orders were issued for a temporary
"clean-up" so that a visiting Nazi commission would not be too
shocked Attired in his Ustashi Nazi uniform. Artukovic appeared
at various camps accompanied by high Gestapo officials.
Although he was sought by Yugoslavia as a major war crim-
inal. Artukovic arrived in the United states on July 16. 1948._and
was admitted as a visitor. His temporary visa was extended three
times while some ot his victims experienced difficulties getting
in under refugee quotas. To escape extradition. Artukovic applied
for status as a "refugee from Communism The Yugoslav Gov-
ernment was advised by the State Department thai it could seek
his extradition under an American-Servian treaty Of IM. Seore-
tarv of State Dean Acheson certified this treaty as presently in
force" for the "mutual extradition of fugitives from justice .
However Federal Judge Peirson M. Hall ruled in Los Angeles
that Artukovic should be freed because he considered the extra-
dition treaty invalid. This was after the judge said he was im-
pressed with Artukovic's "sincerity and with his honesty-.
Artukovic's lawyer stressed that his client was the victim of
Communist propaganda". Meanwhile, extradition proceedings
were denounced as "outrageous" by .the Reverend Stephen Lackovic,
a former secretary of Archbishop Stepinac. Father Lackovic and
other priests praised Artukovic's character. The Reverend Robert
Ross of Westminster. California, told the court that Artukovic would
make an American citizen "of whom we would all be justly proud .
Yugoslav Jewish refugees were astounded when newspapers
and even important columnists rushed to the defense of Artukovic.
John J. Knemevich. a California Republican cotnmitteeman. com-
mended the Balkan section of the US Army and Navy Joint In-
telligence Collection Agency during World War II. He said he
bad personal knowledge of Artukovic's atrocities. Knesevich
said also that he was "told by several people" that Artukovic was
an enemy of Communism and should be left alone. The former
intelligence commander replied: "Well, damn it. Hitler. Goering.
Himmler. Mussolini and the rest of the Hasi league ware also
enemies of Communism, but they were also enemies of our coun-
try".
The American Jewish Congress offered evidence in the case
and insisted that Artukovic's crimes were so heinous that he must
be brought to trial The court hearings thus far have not sought to
determine Artukovic's innocence or guilt but only to ascertain the
validity of the extradition treaty. The Yugoslavs will appeal to the
Supreme Court.


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.PAGE 2
*.i^i FRIDAY. AUGUST 1, ma
Find Radioactive Elements In Israel
IERUSALXM iJTA> Premier David Ber.-Gurion last night
announced the formation of an Atomic Energy Commission in Israel
headed b> Professor Hugo Bergman* of the We.zmann l^ti u* o
Science. The announcement was followed Up by sn off.cud com
jvunique revealing that "certain quantities of radioactive element,
hawTin discovered on Israel's soil. -The problem of supply en-
ergy is one of the basic problems of Israels economy. "* ""
mSnique aid In view of the fact that Israels natural resource.
Shown that there are certain quantities of radioactive e!e:r.ent>
in Israel's soil, it has become necessary that Israeli scientists should
conduct research into this new physical element.'

Mexico And Israel Sign Agreement
MEXICO CITY 1JTA1 A traJe t between Mexico
nd Israel, based on a "most favored nations" clause was signea
hen ooenins the wav for an exchange of commodities between
the two slates. Manue! Tello. Mexico's Foreign Minister, signed the
pact on behalf of Mexico. Dr. Moises Toff, Israel A:v plen-
potentivy, signed on behalf of the Jewish State.
Israel Keeps Eve On Egvpt ?onp
TEL AVIV (WNS) The repercussions of the Anr.y coup in
Egvpt and tr.eir possible effects on the State of Israel are Deing
lied by high Government officials 'with open eyes and in-
creased preparedness." it was declared here by a an for the
F reign Ministry following disclosure of King Farouk's abdtcat n
irom the throne of Egypt. In an editorial comment on the
Jerusalem Post Voted that General Mohamed Nagub Buy.
pt's strong man, will be under pressure v"
for Egypt in his dealing th
Britain Mild On .lernsalem Issue
LONDON wns The British F pa Office was displeased
th the ton* f the recent Ameria....... a tha tmnsfer
by Israel ol its Foreign Ministry to Jerusi asserted
the Jewish Observer ;n a report that Brit atti-
tude toward t:.< iss tpressee Amen-
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Joseph Rayvis To
Sub-Committee
Joseph A Rayvis has been ap-
pointed to the sub-committee of
the National Finance Council of
the Supreme Lodge of B nai
B'rith. it has been announced by-
Frank Goldmar. international
president ol the Order.
The committee will be charged
with the responsibility of pre-
paring plans enabling B'nai B nth
and its agei to be recipients
of inter-vivos endowments, trusts
and gifts and testamentary dis-
positions. Goldman said.
' -\ uitmhnr of Sholem Lodge.
B'nai B'rith, Rayvis is a native
of Philadelphia and entered the
investment banking business in
1930 He b associated with Fran-
I DuPont and Company.
:vr of the New York Stock
Ex
Ot- bers of the commit-
tee are William Gerber. Phila-
delphia, vice president of the Su-
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Murrav Apfelbaum, president
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Rabbi Harry Ettinger as new
i spiritual leader.
Rabbi Ettinger received his
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ifa Torah Vodaath, Nev Israel
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Karlin Stolin Rabbinical Insti-
tue He is also a graduate of
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j the University of Baltimore.
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sitions in Livingston Manor. New
York, and North Bergen. New
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duct his first Service on Friday
evening, August 8th. His dis-
I course is scheduled as: The Re-
ward.
Hialeah Swim-Dance
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sponsored bv the Hialeah-Miami
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at the Sovereign Hotel. Miami
Beach.
Mrs. Shirley Rackier is chair-
man of the affair, with Mrs. Phil
Begun in charge of tickets.
The Center Ladies Auxiliary
will meet at a Beach Party on
Tuesday. August 19th. 10 a.m.. at
. Hammock. ______
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PAGE 3
"Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1951. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
DOMESTIC DISCUSSIONS: Now that the Conference of Jewish
Material Claims Against Germany is to receive $107,000,000 from
The West German Government, a very important problem is devel-
oping The problem is: Should a permanent Conference office ze
established to deal with the affairs connected with the receipt and
distribution of this huge sum? Such an office, if established.
would have to remain in existence for at least 12 years in view of
the fact that the payments of reparations by Germany will prob-
ably be extended over that many years ... A suggestion has been
made that instead of establishing a new office, the Conference
shoula turn over whatever business results from the reparations
agreement to the Jewish Restitution Successor Organisation ... This
organization has been functioning for some time, with offices in
Germany, negotiating and collecting compensation for heirless Jew-
ish property The funds collected by this body are divided be-
tween the Jewish Agency and the Joint Distribution Committee .
There is no doubt that the idea of turning over the functions of the
Conference to the Jewish Restitution Successor Organization will
be warmly welcomed by Dr. Nahum Goldmann and Moses A. Leav-
itt, two of the moat active members of the Conference praesidium...
However, opposition to this idea is already being voiced by other
members of the Conference praesidium They argue that the
JRSO is a partnership between two organizations only the
Agency and the JDC while the Conference is composed of rep-
resentatives of more than 20 leading Jewish organizations The
issue may soon become one of the major issues in American Jewish
communal life .
THE UJA-BOND FRONT: The conflict between the United Jewish
Appeal and the Israel bond drive is approaching a climax ... It is
now obvious to the Israel Government that Edward M. M. Warburg
and Dr. Joseph Schwartz will not agree to remain the driving forces
of the UJA for 1953, if the conflict is not settled And 1953 is
not far off This is being realised by the Israel Government
which now more than ever before is becoming very concerned over
the UJA bond drive rift There is good reason for this increased
worry Whether for lack of coordination between the two drives,
or for other reasons, the Jewish State will this year receive much
less from American Jewry than a year ago The income of the
UJA this year will probably be between 10 and 15 percent less than
last year And the sale of Israel bonds this year is thus far behind
mnt sold last year ... Of course, the bond leaders still have
their Fall campaign ahead, but all indication point to the fact that
of bonds will not average the $8,000,000 a month which was
ged last year All this presents a serious problem for the
Israel Government And the possibility exists that since this
problem cannot be solved in the United States, the Israel Govern-
ment may invite leaders of the UJA. the bond drive and the Council
of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds to come to a conference
to Jerusalem Originally, the Is'rael Cabinet hoped that Foreign
Minister Moshe Sharett would succeed in solving the problem dur-
ing his stay in the United States However, it can now be dis-
closed that Mr. Sharett's efiorts to bring together the leaders of the
gbovi three groups at a round-table discussion did not materialize
.. Mr. Sharett met with the UJA leaders and also with the leaders
of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, and they
wire agreeable to sit down with the Bond drive leaders and thrash
matters out in his presence However, no round-table talks took
place ... In the meantime, Israel's foreign currency crisis, as well
as the debt of the Jewish state, is mounting An emergency
situation is anticipated in the Fall, when new loan payments fall due
. Th.i' new grant-in-aid of $73,000,000 from the United States is,
of course, a tremendous help, but it will not even go so far as to
allow Israel to import raw materials for production Israel's
debt at present is 115,000,000 Israeli pounds, payable in local cur-
rency, and $285,000,000 payable in dollars and other currency .
The difficulty is that a large part of the $285,000,000 is in short-
term loans and credits, some of which fall due soon .

FACTS AND VIEWS: The best reference book on Israel has made
earance in the United States and, strangely enough, its author
Iritish non-Jew well known for his close relations with leading
A: He is Gerlad De Gaury, and his book bears the title, The
N< State of Israel The volume contains an exhaustive quan-
tity i fact and figures on all phases of life in Israel, based on re-
search clone in the Jewish state with the assistance of the Israel
Gov< rnment One finds there detailed information on the politic-
al parties in Israel, on local government, on the functions of each
Ministry, on the relations between the Jewish and non-Jewish popu-
lation, economic information, facts on Israel's defense and on the
system of military training as well as other data The author,
who lived many years in the Arab Middle East, finds that the con-
test m Israel now is not with the Arabs but against nature and
hazardous economic conditions ... He sees Israel as a very small
country, with over half of it desert, a great need for capital and
with no true backing for its currency But he is certain that the
land and its resources will be scientifically exploited to the utmost
exter.t possible, and emphasizes the fact that most of the desert is
Potentially fertile ... He also stresses the fact that over 38 percent
of the population is under 10 years of age, and that youth is adapt-
able .
GMJCC Names New Board
Current officers of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Cen- .Committee chairmen. Function
ter will continue at their posts until November, when a regular 0f the Executive Committee will
election is scheduled. As a result of action taken by members at t steering Unit for
an Annual meeting some four weeks ago, Stanley C Myers will I *" a &leenn* un" Ior
remain in office as president until that time. Others holding over j the GMJCC between quarterly
their duties are Dan Ruskin, Carl Weinkle and George Chertkof, | meetings of the Center Board of
vice presidents, and Sidney Lef-1 _. iV Directors,
court, secretarv-treasurer money than they had been re- ..
A i25-manBoarl of Directors ceiving, and we assumed almost Elected to the Executive Com-
was chosen at this meeting, fol- $25,000 in old debts which had | mittee were Charles Adelman,
lowing the submission by the to ** re-financed without delay." Abraham Cohen, Florence Corn-
Nominating Committee of a slate He indicated that the situation A Budd Cut]er
was expedited through loans, as- .-,
sistance by the Greater Miami Mrs. Joseph Duntov, Jessie Gret-
Jewish Federation and "a sys- | man, Mrs. Monroe Gelb, Profes-
tem of day-by-day budget con- sor Samuel Hirsch, Leo Huber-
man, Leon Kaplan, William
of candidates drawn from the
general membership. Also in-
cluded on the Center Board were
persons singled out for nomina-
tion by petition. Those elected
are:
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Leo Arkerman, Charles Adelman,
.Shirley Barnett, Nathan Decker, Mre.
Nathan Decker, Nat Blumberg, I)r.
Seymour Dlumenthal, Mrs. Wm. Oap-
land, Jerry Carver, Leo Chalken,
George C?hertkof, Mrs. Sylvia Chert-
kof. Den cleln, Abraham Cohen, Har-
riet Cohen. Mrs. Al Comanor, Abe
Cutler, A. Dudd Cutler, Irving Cypen,
Arthur DeCiulx, Joseph Duntov, Mr*.
Joseph Duntov, Vic Eber, Morton
Klterman, Mrs. Mat Rnglander, Leon
A. Epstein, Ben Kssen, Mrs. Den Es-
sen. Mrs. Herman Feldman, Mrs. Dor-
othy Kink, Mrs. Meyer Forer, Mrs.
.lessee Freed, Milton Friedman. Henry
ariaon, Monroe Clelb. Mrs. Monroe
Oelb, Mrs. Leo Oelvan, Dr. Samuel
Clertman, Mrs. Samuel Certman.
lien (llller, Mrs. Ous Insburg, Mrs.
trols".
Also highlighted by his ad-
dress was the appointment of
the Center's new executive di-
rector, Efraim H. Gale, who as-
sumed his duties last March 25th,
and the matter of employee-ag-
ency relations which constituted
a "difficult situation" following
merger and re-organization. In
this regard, Myers stated that,
"For more than a year, rumors
mingled about the financial con-
dition of the three old agencies".
These rumors, he explained,
continued to increase. "It is un-
derstandable that in such a cli-
mate of feeling, members on the
staff became concerned about the
Kneapler, Jack Lampert, Joseph
Masters, Mrs. Benjamin Miller.
Leonard Schiff, Sam Seitlin.
Paul Sobel, Martha Susskind.
Esther Weinkle and William
Zuckerman.
Standing Committee chairmen
who also assume posts ftn this
Committee include Mrs. Miriam
Sirkin, personnel; Ben Essen,
nominations; Isidore Simkowitz.
budget and finance; Sidney Still-
er, administrative; Sylvia Chert-
kof, fund raising; Leo Sheiner,
membership; and Fred K. Shoch-
et, publicity.
Joseph erg, I.awrence Goldl>erg,
Mrs. Lawrence Goldberg, Robert Gold- I security of their jobs."
ner, Mrs. David M. Oordon, Jack Cior- I ... .,
don, Emanual C.raff, Mis. Kmanuel Myers summed up the employ-
Graff, Dr. Robert (irayson, Mrs. Soph- |ee-agency status with an an-
te (irimaldl, Prof, Samuel Hirsch. noi,nrPm<,nt that the CrpalPr Mi-
Leo Huberman, Mrs. Leo Huberman. nouncement tnat tne ureater Ml
*.. ..-.__ ___ *____.. .,.. r,m. launch I nmmnniMr f*onloi" '
(ius Jacobeon, Max jaoobeon, Hy-
men Kara, Aaron Kanner, Leon Kap-
lan, Mrs. I>hiii Kaplan. Irvvin KatS,
Dr. Daniel Klncller. Samuel Kirschner.
Dr. Erina Klasa, William Kneapler,
Mrs. Rebecca Krlecer, Abe Knrraan,
Jack Lampert, Leo Landls, Irving
Lax, Morton LeBar, Harold Lebow,
Bldney efeourt, BShlel eaowoder, Harry
Levlne, Charles A. Llpplta, Phil Ly-
one,
Dr. Irwln Makovaky, Joseph Mas-
ters, Has Melsel, Anna Brenner Mey-
ers, Mrs. Benjamin Miller, Gertrude
Miller, Joel Miller, Joseph Mooney,
Sue Moss, Stanley C. Myers, Judge
Kenneth Oka, Paula Orllk, Albert
Ossip, Norman Pallot, Edward ivy-
Dr, David M Preneky, Henry
Rabin, I.00 Rothstvin. Dan Ruskin,
Mrs Morton Rusaack, Irving Baal,
Leonard Schiff, Wtllard Schlesslnfer,
l.<>uis Schwartsman, Sam Beltlln, Fred
Bewail, Leo Sheiner, Mrs Leo shein-
er. Burton Sherman. Fr. Isidore Slmkowitz. Mrs. Isidore Sim-
kowitz. Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Paul Bo-
bet. Dr. Arthur s>kloff, Lewis Btern-
shein, Mrs. L. Sternsheln. Sidney Btll-
ler. Mrs. Carl Susskind, Robert Taub-
er, Carl Weinkle, Mrs. Carl Welnkl
Louis
ami Jewish Community Center
had just reached an agreement
with its working staff regarding
labor conditions, grievances, sick
leave and holidays. The union
deliberations came hard upon
some 14 months of negotiations.
At a subsequent meeting of
the Board of Directors held early
last week, an election took place
of the Executive Committee com-
posed of 21 members, as well as
of agency officers and Standing
Wometco Executive
Tries Havana Trip
In Outboard Cruiser
To establish the capabilities of
outboard cruisers, Harvey Fleis-
chman. Wometco theatres execu-
Welntraub, Stuart Winston. | tive, attempted a trip from Mi-
M"kcnn''nX JSTVrSThJSSSSl I ami to Havan in an 18-foot San-
tana-built boat piloted by Harry
Santana.
Accompanying them in an 18-
foot Chris Craft were flames
Hamlet, of Tampa, W. C. Blood
and Rube Allyr, St. Petersburg
newspaperman and author.
The Quartet and the Cuba
Libre left Dinner Key Yacht Bas-
in last Saturday morning. On
Harry Zukernick.
In his address before the group.
Myers stressed the urgency of
arriving at a workable associa-
tion among the recently merged
Jewish centers in Miami. "The
merger of our Beach Y, Miami Y
and JCA into our present agency,
the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center, is a new asso-
ciation of men and women in our i hand for a Bon Voyage were Cu-
Rabbi Abramowitz Airs
American-Israeli Bond
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz spir-
itual leader of the North Shore
Jewish Center, will be guest
speaker during Harold Shapiro's
radio program, People's Prob-
kms, on Sunday afternoon, nug-
m 1:15 Pm- over station
WNZ. Rabbi Abramowitz will
?.r^u": America's Cultural Bond
With Israel.
Adult Social Grdup
The Adult Social Group of the
Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter.450 SW 16th Avenue, will
wid a Festival Dance tomorrow
venmg.
West Miami Has
Member Drive
A membership drive to enroll
100 new members was launched
this week by the West Miami
Jewish Center.
Harry Klein, chairman of the
Membership Committee, indicat-
ed that a program for the family
has been established. "Among
activities are the Nursery School,
Hebrew and Sunday School, Teen
Agers, Sisterhood, Men's Club,
Drama Group and Talis and Tefil-
in Group," he said.
Hialeah Center Meeting
A meeting will be held by the
Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish
Community Center on Monday
evening, August 4th.
community to achieve what we
consider a worthwhile goal." he
said. "Organizations are really
combinations of individuals, and
the same problems of adjustment
arise in a new association of or-
ganizations just as in new asso-
ciations of individuals in busi-
ness."
Reviewing the reasons for mer-
ger, Myers emphasized that Mi-
ami's center needs must be ac-
cepted as a collective responsi-
bility and that "services provided
to meet those needs should be
planned, financed and operated
by the total community." Meet-
ing the leisure time needs of
Jewish children, youth, adults
and older adult groups in Dade
County, he emphasized, could no
longer remain the responsibility
of individual communities in the
area.
Myers also remarked on the
GMJCC's financial status which
followed hard upon the heels of
merger. "The old agencies," he
said, 'had been spending more
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ban General Consul Eduardo D.
Hernandez and Miguel Angel
Juara, representing the Cuban
Tourist Commission.
Bernard Segal, former director
of activities of the Miami Jew-
ish Community Center, is now
associated with the Provident
Life and Accident Insurance
Company and the Ackerman
Insurance Agency, according to
an announcement by Leo Ack-
erman. Segal came to Miami
three years ago as Southeastern
Field Director of the American
Jewish Congress.
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FRIDAY, AUGUST
1. 1952'
EDITORIAL
Mr. HeigiiTs Confusion
Menachem Eeigir., leader of Israel's Herut
Pasty, is the men with whom Prime Minister
David Ben-Gurioa recently had words on the
floor of Parlicmen:.
Although noted for his firmness of viewr
it is said* of the Prime Minister that he is most
often softspoken. That he was provoked to call-
ing the Herut leader a hoiligan in the solemn
atmosphere of the r.ew state's seat of govern-
ment is surely ". indication ot Mr. Beigin's ar-
gumentative ncture.
As the Stain head of a political organization
cttrccting the support of Communist elements.
Mr. Beigin has more than once been guilty of
fomenting discussion for the sake of creating is-
sues where none existed. Not long ago, he de-
manded that the Conference en Mcterial Claims
Against Germany submit its act ens ct Tr.e
Hague to c plebiscite by World Jewry.
Only lest "week, some 60C persons attended
a meeting in Rio De Jcneiro addressed by him.
during which he severely BModwd the virtue of
Isrcei's reparations talks. It was good to see
Jbat the Central Committee c: e United Zionist
Organization of Brczil did Ml participaH in a
receptor, held is Mr. Beigm's honor following the
meeting.
The'propriety of The Hague talks is BO ques-
tion here. More important is the tact that Mr.
Beigin undoubtedly ccrries or. 1-.:= campaign .ess
hem conviction and concern for Jewish destiny
than for the intematonal movement his small
Party represents. He lias, along w.-.h Ml masters.
apparently adopted the operatng prmc.ple that
the support of cny dissenting star.o -.us: mevit-
cbly provoke disv^rbance and cpen i.wifltrt
IB this record it is interesting to note Rus-
sio s recent diplcmctc move cesicr.rd :z toste:
cissenton between England ar.d Am Dated
States when Andrei Gromvko was withdrawn
.IVIL RIGHTS PLANK
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History's Choice
from the Soviet United Nctons delegation in or-
der to assume the pest of Ambassador to the
Court ol St. Jcmes.
Need the parallel be carried out any fur-
tr.er ?
\.-ilioiial .It'ruwilfiii
The recent decision on the part of the Israel
Government to move its Foreign Cfiice to Jeru-
salem is apparently being carried out in hill
force. A Tel Aviv dispatch late last week indi-
cated that the Ministry's quarters would be ready
for occupation by the end of the year.
In the face of early UN agreements regarding
the internationalization of the Holy City, this
Jewish move represents the first in a long series
of stratagems to incorporate Jerusalem into Israeli
territory. Apparently, the original partitioners,
fearing the combined anxiety of the Moslem and
Roman worlds, begged the religious site issue
by excluding its discussion until some later date.
Needless to say, the discussion never arises.
With ever increasing tensions in the Near East,
they may be presumably postponed indefinitely!
The Israel Government's move is its answer to
such diplomatic chicanery. As a symbol of Jew-
ish unitv through 2,000 years in the Diaspora, the
practical effort to establish the new state's cap
ilol in Jerusalem is historically sound. It is equal-
ly unsound for the UN to entertain further pros-
pects of maintaining an internationally controlled
site in the midst of Israel's boundaies.
Most disheartening early this week was
America's sharp attack against the new state's
move. Holding to the UN stand, a State Depart-
ment directive indicated that Foreign Office con-
struction in Israel could not be recognized. Greet
Britain's milder approach was more gratifying.
Eut Jews ought not accept England's sympa-
thetic attitude without question. Having com-
pletely lost face in the Near East during the past
few years, what with the open rebelliousness of
Iran and Egypt against their economic and mili-
tary intrusions, London leaders perhaps feel that
c universally disfavored, sympathetic stand will
add to the area's confusion. One may only hope
this is not so.
US State Department Flays Austrians
For Passage Of Nazi Amnesty Laws
Continued f i i Page I
crirninatS b.i.-~: RK WtiflM SO
tr.e basis cf their present resa-
ence or cttirenshii
"The Acting Unit* i
High Commissionei iz "
:s the United State
ser.tative on the Allied '.
which is the body tc i -
above legislation will be su
ted for considerstoon hai bee;
-: rrr.ee cf t.-.e views of the De-
partment, the statement conclud-
ed.
Information reaching Wasri.r.t-
ton brought cut the fait tr.it
while the State Departrrtr.-. baa
rr.ade it clear U tr.e An
Government that the US a -
gainst Austria's pre-Nazi laws
which affect Jewish vicUmi I
Nazism, the Soviet autbontiei
have taken quite a different
stand or. the matter
The Soviet Union, Lite the
United States, is represented cr.
the Allied Council in Vienna ar.d
its representst .-t th.ere like
tr.e American representative
ha; tr.e right i vet any eegis-
lati n pa.-std by the Austria Par-
liament Kowever. a Slate De-
partment spokesman revealed a:
a press conference here I
that '' that .-. u .--
ble for the United -
t. meddle in inti mal An
attain.
Austrians in Washington
ncernt I :. rsinoi N .
rite; t the lav,
l nail: ful but are
e practical r. essity "You
. in
'
they otinued,
tself a -..-. Faaa
net legally re-
sponsible for wi }ngi
Jew- andi i Hitler regime.
.- airied that : -
sponsibiiity 15
ifiable property.
tarian gesture. Austria has p.id
pensions to Jt others who
.--:: under the Nazis
red, asserting that leven-
eighthi I the 20000 n Hit
cases inv Iving Jews were set-
tied satisfactcr. ;.
Under the new laws, the Aus-
trian offic.als esplair. d. Nazis
ma%- petition .- restoration of property and civil
rights, but the only propertv |
would be restored, they insisted,
would be ertified private hold-
ings and .ot properties confis-
cated froaa Jews
..--. Austrians po.nn
amc r.. n were mea
a :.-
v ictin S r. a basis
- s spent in nfin
:. ride adjust ent I
.....
ienied promotions un-
eg.--. They ad-
i that the civil s-r.
-r.e:.t would prob-
;:.- x___ude J< ;. because
I the Jewish faith were
r_ denied -r. rity but
:r* mated in ccncer.trati
ramr. *
Zr.- A_s:r.ar. ciii: ^..i said that
ent I Ha:
Settles ent I and .; being planm i
''- givemrr.er.t ..-. Vienna
from the proceeds
aging t Jews and
rtben Ihey ais-e.-.ed that the
ti -. .'. tha fund was iis-
ith Jewish rganizal
I with a view t: satisfying claims
ansinji from the K At
the tune time thej revealed that
-- be jp of a-
Boot H percent 1
rty and free percent non-
. perry
In this connection .-
that i irina i -. *-
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Dt Leopold Fij
-. .
nun
if the -.
0g Of SB
: S bat a-
. -
t to
. -
'
in of all
Charge Wrecking Restitution
T.-.e ger.erii :'.: z ,- -r r..
! med sources bert
Western Germany Anal
- ting to at
ro*e rst c ontn
free world oent or.
n an-d -.
trying to mat
victims cf Hassan p -- bill
.risrn. at ksast I
\.-onttsca'. .
less and unclaimed proper-.
general purposes. The sa:
tion of claims agains* u Nan-
regirr,' ,s the respor.s. .., -
.->- an economy at iar^i. inese
loan ; underlined.
American Jewish Organiza-
peration with the
community.
en urging the Austrian
nt to follow the gen-
11< principle of res-
n legislation in operation
ny to Greece, that
heirless Jewish assets be assign-
ed for the relief and rehabilita-
:' Jewish victims of Nazi
persecution On every occasion.
Austrian officials paid lip
vice to this principle, but in
actual fact have done everything
to repudiate it. it was pointed
out here.
Meanwhile, the State Depart-
ment has been receiving pleas
from leading Jewish organiza-
tions calling for an American ve-
to of the pro-Nazi Austrian laws.
Among the statements sent Sec-
retary of State Dean Acheson
were or.es from Jacob Blaustein.
..- :dent of the American Jewish
Committee. Dr. Israel Goldstein,
president of the American Jewish
Congress, and Frank Goldman.
ident cf B'nai B'rith.
Israel's Development Budget Passes
First Reading; Security Funds Discussed
JERUSALEM (JTAl The Israel Parliament this week passed its
first reading of the 115.000.000 pound development budget. This
budget is in addition to the normal budget of 168,000,000 pounds.
Income is expected from three main sources: 40,000,000 pound!
from the sale of Israeli bonds in the United States. 35.000.000 pour.ds
from the compulsory national loan and the levy on capital and,
40.000.000 pounds from the sale
Mr. Eban said representations
will be made by Israel on this
question.
In suit h 'Ifii s:
Sent To Prison
DUSELDORF (WNS) An
Israel Exhibits
Candies In ISA
A- extensive line of imported
Israel chocolates and hard can-
Elite Ltd.. the lar-
andy manufacturer in the
': : r. .'. on display at
:' Israel Exp siti n in New
V rk l' .-.;
ibuted
by I Rokeach
: arket I
fac-
tions
rid and
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lars for the Stat< I is-
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world-ot

tionaUy-
a Can
ny. Riga. Ut.
; in the gardes wn cf
t Gan on the outskirts of
- E ute was founded 10
years ago as a branch of the
uuma C jmpany. The company's
I sales totaleo $75,000 the first year
of operation. Today, they total
~*>re Qua $4,000,000 anrUaily
of government-owned real estate
by the development authority
and from sums set aside in the
normal budget.
The budget calls for the ex-
penditure of over 35.000.000
pour.ds for agriculture, includ-
ing: the establishment cf new
farmine settlements, local and
regional irrigation prefects, loans j unregerrate Nazi stood this week
iv^affiL^H=the ,ocai court here s
lects and similar work. Over I Poured out vituperation against
25.000.000 will be spent for in- Jews in the Hitlerian style while
dU8V?Jl3S!udin* ,he expenditure I judges and spectators sat silently,
of 5.DO0.0O0 pounds for expan- ^ occasion for the outburst
sion of electric power facilities. ^V H
Another 12.000.000 pounds will !was ,he Pronouncement of court
te spent for communications pro- sentence on Horst Staebler who
jects including 2.000,000 pounds i was convicted on charges of hav-
for the extension of the existing | ,_
rail line to Beersheba. Finally,
20.000.000 pour.ds will be devoted
to housing.
g entered a synagogue last year
and brazenly heaped insults and
unprintable epithets upon the
After hearing an urgent re- j congregants. When the court an-
for development funds bv
Financt.- Minister Levi Eshkol,
Km^IJS?*1 vo,ed to advance
.6.000.000 pounds for develop-
rr ent purposes.
Meanwhile, the speeding of
Mutual Security funds to
urger.1 economic
Problems there was discussed in
' this week by Israel
Ambassador Abba Eban with
A Byn ade, Assistant Sec-
St : N< : E
ffi ..;. i
nn Min it m Tel
em, to which the
1 "nment to k objection
' m id that the
emoii i n thr
?of*h?' uu-ail's
now being
stud.ed by the Israel Goven--
..-- 'till not known
'".',: the matter will
UP : -~u I Unifd Nations, he
JT'e A" '' r said that
so applied for
!roa'de"v'a,ithat Secn-tarv Bv^
SptJr"0 t a ,"ymPhetic
c EgyrptianTh^ ako <*
'. nounced he must serve a >'ear
; for his disorderly conduct, Stae-
i bier broke into abuse against
Jews, completing his tirade with
i the complaint that not enoug-
of voU Jewish swine were gas-
sed.'"
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miDAY. AUGUST 1, 1952
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PAGE 5
Our UN Newsletter
By ARTHUR LEWIS
i p> right, 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
!/ [TED NATIONS The Palestire Cunc.liatK.n C tnmii n
matter of the blocked accou: ts in the same way
. -non of a peace settlement last year. Meiting with the
vet of one lid* at a time. At present, the FCC holds
on Rafael, of the Israeli delegation, over the blocked
Ar-. b '' iunts.
Again, the commission had to do this because of the intransi-
q-ar.. of the Arab States and their childish refusal to recogniie
Israel and to tit down at the same table with Israeli representa-
tives. The cooperation which the Israeli delegation here has shown
is deeply appreciated by the members of the PCC and the govern-
ments they represent, especially in view of the fact that the Arab
states which have armistice agreements with Israel have little in
the way of blocked Israeli accounts.
Thi <>nlv Arab State which is holding a considerable amount of ]
mon.v iclo/ging to Israeli citizens is Iraq, and I understand that
parallel negotiations are going on with Iraq through the good Of-
[,tr> : friendly powers. It is taken for granted here that Israel I
would not be expected to unfreeze the blocked Arab accounts with-
out Iraq unfreezing the blocked Israel accounts.
For some two years now. there have been discussions on these
blocked accounts, and a settlement was reached a year ago. only
to be broken by the Arabs. Although the full details are not
known, it is understood here that Israel has. between 3.000.000
and 4.000.000 Israeli pounds in blocked Arab accounts. According
to the United Nations statistics department, this money belongs
to between 19.000 and 20.000 Arab*.
Tin- reason Iraq holds so much Israeli money is due to the im-
migrat: in of 120.000 Jews from that state to Israel. Again, it is not
know:, exactly how much money is involved, but is is said to be |
as Ian a sum as that in the blocked Arab accounts.
In 1949. a mixed commission of experts was set up to study
this pi ilem and to try to reach a solution. An Egyptian repre-
he Arab States on this commission, while Israel was repre-
s nil y one of its own people.
I- 1953, an agreement was reached for the reciprocal unfreez-
ing ot account*. It was to be worked this way as far as the blocked
Arab accounts; were concerned: the Arab states were to pay each
(wposuor up to one hundred Israeli pounds of his account, and the
Israeli Government would put en equivalent sum into a trust ac-
c._. '. .'.hich would be released to the Arab States after a peace
itttlement The agreement was signed, but the Arsbs went back
en their signature, possibly because they were afraid of anything
connected with a peace settlement.
1 mother example of the callous manner in which the
treat the Arab refugees for, of all the people involved,
wretched refugees who needed the mor.ey most.
..- ussiona on blocked accounts are highly technical and
11 i= possible that the Palestine Conciliation Corr.missi
ble to work out an agreement to unfreeze this money.
i A:abs going to abide by the agreement? Th.-y have gor.e
the ii signature before.
Miami Jewish Community Center Camps
Engage In Varied Summer Activities

PL**^ytf? - ^ a *^**M ^T '
Y\ : 1 wm**fft A r- L^m* W ....If f F '.
/.L- ARU pkaOH
A i iei dt i] t ial ( vent
clud ng pel masquerades,
picnics and parents meetings
pa t two weeks
of activity ;,t thf various summer
day camps sponsored by the
ir Miami Jewish Commun-
ity Center, Ephraim H. Gale, ex-
ecutive director, and Mrs. Leon
Kaplan, chairman of the GMJCC
Day Camp Committee, jo.ntly an-
nounced early this week. At the
Beach Branch, a gala Pet Show
was held at Camp Sholom last
Friday. Registered in the show
were campers' favorite pets,
birds, dogs, cats, fish, a white
rat and a tiger cub.
Winners were: Love Birds, pets
of Gloria Korenblit, most beau-
tiful pet; Lady, a black Shep-
herd dog of Douglas and Menace
Stanley, best trained pet; and
Frisky, the white rat pet of Bobo
and Jill Huberman, the most un-
usual pet.
Hororable mention went to K.
C. and Steve Schiff. K. C train-
ed and entered Steve as a dis-
guised tiger cub. Prizes for each
pet and special certificates for
their owners were presented at
the end of the show.' The event
was planned and executed under
the suggestion and guidance of
the Camp Sholom Camper's
Council.
Arother special event at Camp
Sholom was the Fun and Mas-
querade held on Thursday, July
24th. Familiar campers surprised
and entertained everyone when
they appeared originally dressed
and made up as gypsies, hobos,
animals, counselors, candy, briday
couples and ballet dancers. Win-
ners, judged by camper applause
ar.d a panel of judges, were Stev-
en Kifkind. who appeared as a
fortune-telling Gypsy; Pamela
'Cramer, who came as a TV set:
(Roberta Fraser, who v.as a vis-
ting hobo: and Bobj Huberman.
| the Ihir.g. a cherry lollipop.
I Camp chairman of the Beach
Branch is Mrs. Abraham Cohen.
C;.mp director is Mrs. .Thelma
Begler.
At tno Flagler-Granada Day
. Camp, Camp Kadimah, of the
Flaeler-Granida Jewish Com-
munity Center, an affiliate of
the (iieater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center, spent Friday. July
i5th, at Greynolds Park in an all
i day, all camp picnic. In the first
SOtato race, Stevic Andrc-.vs ran
away w th the top honors. In the
girls' ii.vision, it was a tie be-
l Sandy Raskin and Alice
-in, while John Harris won
tor the boys.
In a contest to determine who
laughed last and who laughed
loud st in camp while i iting
three dry crackers and whistling
\ ..nkee Doodle, the following
were adjudged best. Sandy Lang,
Philip Gerson, Lynn Feldmar.
Harold Markovitz and Bobby
Goldberg. Camp talkers were
Freddy Bernard and Mary
Strauss.
Last night, Camp Kadimah had
a turnout of parents of Flagler-
Granada at a Parents Meeting.
The program included a special
sound film on child behaviour
with commentary by Mike Strass-
berg. Co-chairmen of this camp
Young Adults Meet
The Young Adult Group of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center will
meet on Wednesday evening,
August 6th. 8:30 p.m., in the As-
sembly Hall of the Center. In
charge of the evening's program
are Larry Niditch and Jeanne
Nevel.
include Mrs. Sylvia Freed and
Mrs. Frances Tiauman, with
camp director, Mrs. Rose Strass-
i cerg.
| The Miami Branch Home
I Camp, kr.own as Camp Ma-Ka-
! Bee, during the pa~t two weeks
was treated to boat lides with
the Harbor Patrol, fishing at
; Crandon Park, pony rides at
Dressers Dam-., a vftball game
with the aft r-a hool 10 to 12-
y< ar-old boys' group of the Mi-
ami Branch, aa well as a full
I program of arts and crafts, dra-
j matics, folk dancing, social danc-
ing and athletic activity. Last
I right, the Intermediate and Sen-
! ior campers held their traditional
1 Party-Dance in the gymnasium of
: the Miami Branch. Harry Sham-
i is is camp director, and Mrs. Ada
i Sheiner is chairman of the Cay
* Camp Committee.
Plans are currently being made
I for a huge carnival and Macca-
I biad among the three camps of
, the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center.
suns you
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----AI'llllKMt. S;u Hebrew Academy Membership Campaign Chairman David Sha-
piro receives plane ticket for a weekend trip to Cuba from Aaron
far: ;f Fer- Tours, to b presented as an awerd to the winner of
the Academy's Membership Drive. Shown above 'left to right)
&re S.-.apiro. Ribbi Alexanaer S. Grosi. principal, ar.d Aaron Farr.
of Farr Tours and Travel Service.
Food Fair Earning
Shows Record High
.,..In.' year ended April
|' Fair. Stores, Inc.,
rgest annual increase
I Jn tory in the number ol
I "n'fc .''.id in sales, according to
>uncerr.ent by George
1 L president.
increase has raised Food
"lr I: m 20th to a position of
iota ... .ng the largest retailers,
fj'iinki.-.d indicated, making his
report m an annual financial
naten i s. ,,-kholders. He al-
so pointed out that earnings for
we year were affected down-
a"nR >sts, price curbs, higher
x rat-s and the costs involved
v' aaving supermarkets to the
*d Fair chain.
FriedlanoVa report shows that
''.',' company'! sales for the year
,;,.--,5,9'590'810- an increase of
w.94,.170. or 26.4 per cent over
(,'f'cPo:,-Vns recrd high volume
"8to.843.e40 achieved in the
ng f1Scal year. Food Fair
a.so ,-tie-gthened its position
'/"th largest retail food or-
S ;'VS a resu,t of tne p-
iui i ,c3.0 su?"markets, bring-
in th v the "umber of units
m the chain.
eonvt?,Y"A' units are now "nder
other :c"' Fr|e*land said, and
I later *"* scneduled to be added
Beach Lodge Luncheon
The Sunny Future O:" Miami
Beach, will be the subject of a
discussion by Burnett Roth, vice
mayor ol the city of Miami
, Beach, during the Tuesday noon
I luncheon of the Miami Beach
Lodge, B'riai B'rith No. 1591. on
! August 3rd. at the National Ho-
.tel.
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My Beloved Wife
and Our
Devoted Mother
ALGISTA C.
FLK1SCHMAN
who passed away
three years ago today.
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departs you will life forever
in our hearts
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JUMfe* fkriJi3r
FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1952
Our Film
By LEON GL'TTEF.MAN
:952. Jewish Telef ;
COLLECTOR'S ITEMS FROM PRIVATE MAIL:
George S. Kaufman: "By the time a
talent teral I -
Fannie Hurst: -
<" it" ..____
Karry Hirshfield: It'.- B funny
thine on earth i
Edna Ferber: "W nv n are tl
nd adhesive at forty."'
Etra Store: I: some people had a little
wits."
Sophie Tucker: "The modern woman doesn t want a man wn
satisfy her smallest wish; what she wants is a. man who will
satisfy her biggest ones."'
Danny Ktyt: "Wisdom is not only knowing when to appear ignor-
ant, cut knowing how to keep folks from finding out what a
fool you are."' .
Shelly Winters: A woman forgives the man who kisses without
consent, but never the man who lacks the courage to
she is willing.""
Ed Wynn: The world is full of willing people: some willing to
work, the rest willing to let th-
Sam Lerenson: Wealthy widows arc the only second-hand goods
that sell at :irst-rate prices.'"
Max Shulman: The early bird cat ran, and he is wel-
come to it."
Clifton Fadirr.an: "The only way to avoid quarreling
:s to let her go her way and you go
Phil Silvers: "M< ni but you <
. t of time making it."
Abe Burrows: s me people would be happy :' they '-' the
ney i m then Pi they ha
mor.ev the::- ere lit
Paulelte Goddard: Whi
nts do."
Kenny Youngrr.an: ITS at
sted. I ther I
it
.':e E. Lewis: A man !d when I the food instead of
il
Helena Rubir.stein: "The woman who is vogue on I i< ie is
tally vague o- th< inside."
Trving Berlin: "Ti has added thousands of v. : U I our
nting i used whi n it get it
?jth Roman: "When a woman lowers her voice, it's a
want t get it
Fhil Baker: "It's go* i thing that
. '
Victor Young: "II y u want to know ti. ney, try and
rov
Edward G. Robinson: "An onion can make peopk cry, ut there is
that can maki them laug
Kedy Lamarr: "God made woman .'. that man might love
her. and unreasor&ble that jht love man."
Groucho Marx: He who tries to borrow money soon discovers that
ail the untouchables don't live in India."
Harpo Marx: "It's always the best p licy to tell the truth, unless of
course you're an exceptionally liar."
Lillian Hellmen: "The secret : .. :..: writing lies in striking
the right kc-ys on the typewrit*
Eddie Car.tor: "A truthful woman is one who never lies about any-
thing except her age. her v. ight her husband's salary."
Marlene Dietrich: Men have less courage than women: imagine
a man with ten cent trying on ten suits of
clothes.
Judy Holliday: T if sno is
not proper by t.-.at time, she n<
Kirk Douglas: Some people don't min lies told about them-
what worries them is the tiu
George Jessel: The wif( whi dn an s v. I si c is married to a mil-
lionaireis not nearlj who thinks so
when sne s awake
Martha Raye: "The k:r.d of girl | I -he kind of girl women
roa-*..
George Burns: "Never put off till tomorrow what vou car. do t
there may be- a law against it by II it timi
Sid Caesar: : lfi -oeciallv if she
happens to forty.
Gertrude Berg: "The rn&i who :.: i a good, clevc-
and beautiful t want ree"
Dore Schary: an able creature wh has made millions of
,.'" i *?.;. ren C .mman
Jerry Lester. ir troubles woul -ed if the
' --on Berle: I- -
Herman jM
PaulMur,: .
Advr Kunti in
Surf side Elvvtion
II H. Ada
attorn- y, andidaf
in th
loard Election to be held il
Town of Bav Harbor Islands on
August 5th.
Aut.-.or of A Survey Of The
Legal Profession ir. Florida
entJy published in the Florida
Bar Journal. Ader's survey was
made in conjunction with a na-
tional study of the conditions of
legal practice by the Ami
-
Foui tioi
"
'.
:. Bullel
ir, ipei He
graduate of N<
ity
Othei :n the Charter i,
include Jack B
personality: Samuel" Fletch-
er, Town Councilman: Edward
O'Lrary. Surfside hotelman: and
j Sidney Steiner. executive setre-
: "' '' : Beach "
ment House Owner, A
Mount Sinai s
Nursing School
Gives Scholarships
-
- while ,"''
: I ticai Nursing al
t Sir Hospit
. the W
as announced this wink
Id Spaet 1st
- of the Mount Sinai
The scholarships will provide
- -.:- .'. .th :- : '
board, books and uniforms foi
the year"! course, Mrs. Spaet
said.
Eligible for scholarships are
young women between the ages
of 17 and 35. who are high school
graduates and citizens of the
United States. Applications are
currently being accepted for en-
rollment in the school's next
class which is scheduled for the
secord week of October.
The cou: -.'-'. : '''
instruction and clinical practice
und.r the supervision of regis-
; tered profess Mis.
Spaet indicated. "Stu I
i tice at B
.:. -v ag-
ijor ser h
- :, surgery, pedii ti -.
rs and n< w -
and of Bed and chronically
Ided
ni Sinai's S> I I Prac-
'
;. iation for
tion. Pen n
- being condu I
| at 4300 Alton Road.
sen 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.
! Information Center
Plans Leisure Time
For Servicemen Here
At a meeting held recently by
i the Servicemen's Inforn
' r in the Miami Beach Audi-
toriun nl lives of 26 civ-
nal and patriotic organ-
izations urged that a Service-
Committee be appointed to
paiticipating groups for the pur-
I pose of planning some project of
entertainment and recreation for
servicemen in the Miami area.
Mrs. Sally Soldz subsequently
announced that ladies of the
Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary
i are planning Sunday morning
! brunches for approximately 25
[ servicemen every week to be held
I in the Information Center Lounge
; at the Miami Beach Auditorium.
"After breakfast." Mrs. Soldz
said, these men will be afforded
the opportunity of spending their
:t noons at one of several oc-
ean front hotel swimming pools."
In the evening, she added, they
; may either remain there to dance.
an attend the Uni\
; Pop Concerts. Mrs. Marie Volpe
red substantial discounts
imission prices for all serv-
who attend. The Sym-
phony Club, i ted by Mis.
Cla Renshaw, vici
donated tickets I
.'> for the fii .
who apply.
Tillye Wol
ppointed to 1
'
'
serve
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(Left to right) Assistant Instructor Wilthelma Holt, R.N., of
Mount Sinai Hospital's School of Practical Nursing giving class-
room instruction to Student Nurses Jane Larson and Phyllis
Dochay in correct use of hypodermic syringe.
Kiddie Show At Flagler
Morton Lebar. entertainment
chairman of the Flagler-Granada
th Community Center, has
completed plans for a Kiddie
Party to be held at the Center
on August 9th. Prizes will be
led for the most appropri-
ate costumes.
GORDON ROOHNG AND
SHEET METAL WORKS
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minAY. AUGUST 1. 1952
+Jmlsl>Fk>rknan
PAGE 7
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Title Suggestions For Simonhoff Book
Continue To Be Received Here This Week
AHAVAS ISRAEL SYNA-
rOGUE will hold Friday evening
\*,< at 6:45 p.m.. with Kab-
STt Sabbath scheduled for 7
' Saturday morning services
i!l' be at 9 a.m. Rabbi Isaac
rvcr will officiate and discuss:
rtBtimism. Cantor and Mrs. Aar-
SPStoS" will be hosts at the
Kiddush lollowing. Mincha is
hcduU-d for 6 p.m., followed by
shalos Seudos. Daily services
are at and at *45 pnv

BETH DAVID CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evering
services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 9 a.m..
during which the Bar Mitzvah
of Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Akiba Plager, will take place.
Floral offerings will be by the
Placer family. Mincha is sched-
uled for 6:30 p.m. Daily services
are at 8 a.m., and at 6:30 p.m.
CONGREGATION BETH EL
wjll hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 7 p.m. Saturday morning
services are scheduled for 8:30
a.m. A class in Talmud will fol-
low at 5:30 p.m. Mincha is at
6:15 pi", with Shalos Seudos
concluding the Sabbath.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Fnday evening services at
8:15 p.m. Guest speaker will be
Dr. Donald D. Michelson, direc-
tor i f the B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundation, University of Miami.
Subj< t Of his discourse is sched-
uled as: Jewish Values In An
Qecl Year. Cantor San uel
Kel<::< : will render the musical
portions at all services.

MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL
AND CONGREGATION will hold
Friday evening services at 6:30
p.m. Saturday morning services
are scheduled for 8:30 am., with
Rab. i Simon April discussing the
Weekly Portion.
*
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m. Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus, will of-
ficiate.
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
services at 8:15 p.m., with Joseph
Rosenfeld conducting and Irving
Jacobson officiating. An Oneg
Shabbat will follow in honor of
David Lawrence Patt, grandson
of Mr. and Mrs. Herman J. Ep-
stein. Mrs. Epstein will be hos-
tess.

KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE- I
GATION will hold Friday even- i
ing services at 6:30 p.m. Satur- I
day morning services will be at!
8:30 a.m. Evening services are'
scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Cantor
Abraham Seif will officiate.

WEST MIAMI JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
services at 6:45 p.m. Saturday
morning services will be at 9
a.m., with Samuel Richman as-
sisting Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
Afternoon services are scheduled
for 6 j>.m., followed by a talk on
Ethics of the Fathers. Shalos
Seudos, with Mrs. B. Harris as
host, will conclude the Sabbath.
.
YOUNG ISRAEL SYNA-
GOGUE will hold Friday even-
ing services at 6:45 p.m. Satur-
day morning services are sched-
uled for 9 am. Mincha will be
at 6:45 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seudos. Dailv services are at 8
a.m., and at 7 p.m.

CONGREGATION BETH JAC-
OB will hold Friday evening
services at 6:45 p.m. Saturday
morning services will be at 8:30
a.m. Rabbi Moses Mcscheloff
will preach on Modern Consola-
tions at Shalos Seudos, following
Mincha at 6:30 p.m.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER
will hold regular services Satur-
day morning at 9 a.m., with Rev-
erend Rudolf E. Brill officiating.
|An Oneg Shabbat will follow.

ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
[Friday evening services at 6 p.m.
Saturday morning services are
'scheduled for 8:30 a.m., when
'Rabbi Abraham Sachs will dis-
Icuss the Weekly Portion.
Letter! of regret regarding the
suspension of Harry Simonhoff's
column. I'll Say. continue to till
the mailbox of The Jewish Flor-
idian. The popular author has
taken leave of absence to com-
plete work on a book he is cur-
rently preparing for publication.
Simonhoff, who is working on
a project to draw together his
observations gleaned from world
travel during the past few years,
has offered an Israel- bond as a
prize for the best title suggested
by Jewish Floridian readers. Sev-
eral letters received here early
this week are printed below:
Dear Mr. Simonhoff:
As a subscriber to and an avid
reader of the Floridian, I venture
to suggest the following names
for the book of collection* of
your I'll Say articles: The Jewish
Globe Trotter, and The World
As Seen Through Jewish Eyes
(by a Jewish Philosopher and
Globe Trotter).
Yours verv truly,
A. S. DOUGLIS
PS. Will miss your column a lot.
Hope my suggestions will prove
helpful.
Dear Mr. Simonhoff:
I regret to see your column
close. I suppose you have good
reasons for your decision. I sin-
cerely hope that you will resume
writing in the near future.
As for the name to your forth-
coming book, I don't see why you
should rot use the same title
as on the masthead of your week-
ly column. I'll Say. by Harry
Simonhoff, will sound as individ-
ualistic on a book as it is dis-
tinctive as the weekly outstand-
ing feature of The Jewish Flor-
idian. I would strongly urge per-
petuating the Dame in a perman-
ent publication.
SIDNEY H. WAGHELSTEIN

Dear Mr. Simonhoff:
I note with regret your dis-
continuance of your column in
The Jewish Floridian. I learned
a great deal of Jewish history
from reading same. In fact, vou
have a freshness of viewpoint
that one hardly finds in tr.e
standard books, which are often
stodgy and dull. You have the
quality of investing past events
with a reality and a connection
with the present. I am waiting
patiently for your book to ap-
pear.
I find the selection of a title
not too easy. The following oc-
curred to me, and I hope ore
of them may be of use. Allow
me to suggest these:
Scattered Among The Nations
From Florida to India
Seeds In Many Waters
If you can use one of the above,
I shall be very happy.
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+Jewistin*rhfiarT_
FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1953

ShictL AltifLU*
HELEN ALPERT
Dozens of u this week certainly could have used a planei to
hopSteMrom place to place. In ^.ffi^gfigigEL?*"
prcttv skilfully in order to save out a littlejomatm WU| L
P Top of Hie list. I think, ought to go "* *"?*"' as
Po'ak. one of two wonderful gals who offered her """**"
chape one for the first official Saturday night dance to entertain
all the fellows at the Marine Air Base Opa-Lock.. ******
herself the mother of a servicemsn far from homfcjP"^*J?
hZlp the boys know that although we look frivolous and plushy.
Ibis community has plenty of fellowship for *; hen
Cur civiiiration has. been arranged so shrewdlj that when
enybody does a nice thing, it's amaxing. And we rush in with
coloratulatior.s. To be congratulated, therefore are severa o her
wonderful females who also came over to make "<
nk. were happy. In this list are Edith Coleman and Dons Liv-
ingston of Jefferson Avenue and I remember thorn' *J5"g *
usfd to live next door Els* Friedel and Soma Sutir. EllaJRttMn.
Rita Kohn. Marian Kate. Sandy Weinman, and Barbara Rothman.
I noted, that evening, a surprising thing, a Uttle ?******
ever so welcome. Attending the dance were dozens of visiting RirlS
from out-of-town, guests of other hotels such as the Casablanca
Car-bean. Park L&O. Marine Terrace, Bel-A.re Savo> -Plaza1 a d
Diln:onico who discovered this Saturday night frolic to be tin
fulfillment of a maiden's prayer on tap. were two sergeants and
5UThis marked the opening "canteen- dance sponsored andCO-
ordinated bv the Tamiami News, whose friendly publisher Hal Ber-
gida. himself knows well what it's like to.be a GL Sparkplug wa
his columnist Beverlye Keusch. Racing in from their S.W. 62nd
Ave. address came her mother, father Nathan, sister and little broth-
er to beam at the triumph.
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER:
Well there was Ben Harris wringing out a wet towel at the
Johnina pool and saying that most of the folks were in its Dream
B;n. 'over theie." r.e laughed, "in a smoke-filled room
It was no ccucus. and they were picking no candidate. They
were enjoying lh flattering lights and each other's comradeship
el a weekend dingus to raise funds, via a swim-dance. Good
turnout, too. On the fly. I caught introductions to Harry Klein,
optometrist Dr. Sanford L. Ziff. the Jack Sternsteins with Sally
devoting herself 10 a tall frosted glass fhe devotes himself to
Atlantic Television) Councilman Morton M. Beigal and his
Mrs. Councilman, and the Al Lozoffs.
WANDERING ALONG THE BEAT turned up additional news.
Pretty Judy Edelman has been pinch-hitting at the Otto Birn
8sency before leaving for New York with Mom Resuming her
Casablanca post as social director is Fay Nye; she and her Mother
have taken a summer apartment at the Mt. Royal Towers .
Doubling up and back on a trip is Pearl Fishbein who lands in
Maine, then gets down into New Mexico to see her brother, atomic
scientist at Los Alamos .
In a huddle bright and early Monday morning with Sam Kap-
lan was the Frederick Hotel's Victor Silverman Bert Lasky and
her mate are also happily married to their new bedroom apartment
oil Lincoln Road Vacation took Jennie Bennett on a non-stop
1.000-m.le auto drive to Tennessee, to-visit her folks. They rolled
straight through in 21 hours .
The name-that-be!ongs-to-the-voice at Johnnie and Mack's
is Elaine Zuckner. previously of the Delmonico. Her celebrated
father is bandleader Danny Yates And in a month, as you
know, Johnnie Feller spades up the sensational new Johnnie and
Mack, three blocks long, guaranteed, he says, to stagger the world
. The family's summer-spot is the Allison .
Great piece of news will be flashed from the University of
Miami, which has secured Tony Loeb as its instructor in cartoon
ixg. for evening classes.
IF YOU DRIFT to the Floridian Hotel docks you'll see a unique
catamaran, sailing vessel built on South Seas Island principles
a huge deck across twin hulls, which renders it non-tippable and
non-seasicknessab!e (my own potent and confusing word) Con-
vt rllflinr* fr\llr\t'c tho Dr.lvrsociort iHqd \17Kq* T oraifuH ti\ A
"Tropic Bird'
Ardmora Btudtoa
Miss Afarcellf Filosof
Marcel le Filosof
To Marry In Fall
The engagement of their
daughter, Marcelle, to Donald
Andrew Kaplan. h3s been an-
nounced by Mr. and Mrs. Abram
I Filosof, 840 Lenox Avenue, Mi-
1 ami Beach.
Formerly of Paris. France,
' where she received her schooling,
1 Miss Filosof came to the United
States in February. 1950.
The bridegroom-elect, son of
'Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Kaplan.
5360 I.aCioree Drive, attended
iShcnandoah Elementary and Mi-
'ami Beach High Schools. He is
a graduate of the University of
, Florida, where he was a mem-
ber of Pi Lambda Phi Fraternity.
; A veteran of the Army, Mr. Kap-
! Ian is also the founder and head
I of the Flagler Insurance Agency.
The couple plan a late Fall
marriage on Miami Beach.
Mildred Siegel Weds Bernard Rose In
New York; Bride Chooses Chantilly Lace
On June 29th afternoon, at the
Westover Hotel in New York
City. Miss Mildred Siegel. daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sieg:
el, 7918 Collins Avenue, Miami
Beach, became the bride of Mr.
Bernard Rose, New York City.
The former Miss Siegel wore
a gown of chantilly lace baller-
ina-length, beaded WIh, seed
pearls. Her veil was an off-the-
face cap shape to match her
own. The bridal bouquet was
composed of orchids and lily-of-
the-valley arranged on a white
Bible. She wore a family heir-
loom necklace which was her
only jewelry.
Rabbi B. Aranscn, of New York
City, performed the ceremony.
Bridal attendants were the form-
er Miss Siegel's sisters. Mrs. Ed-
ward Dockson. of Miami Beach,
and Mrs. Svlvia Schaehnovsky,
of Monticello. New York. The
groom'.-- attendants were his
brothers. Private Sol Rosenblum
and Mr. Irving Rosenblum.
After a wedding trip to Lake
George1 and Canada, the couple
will reside in New York City,
where Mr. Rose is engaged in
business.
\ IKrr.-.kfusl Sunday
The Hebrew Academy Mem-
bership Campaign, now in its
fourth week under the chairman-
ship of Rabbi David Shapiro, will
hold a Second Progress Break-
fast on Sunday morning, August
3rd. 9:30 a.m.. at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center.
The Breakfast will honor mem-
bers of the Campaign Committee
who have been working towards
Mrs. Bernard Siegel
Greenberg Club
Meets; Hails
Kaufmans, Sorins
The Greenberg Family Club
met at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph T. Sorin, 1915 Washing
ton Street, Hollywood, it was an-
nounced early this week.
Dr. and Mrs. Albeit E. Kauf-
man, of Fort Lauderdale. were
extended a Bon Voyage at that
th" goal of 500 additional mem- .
bere during the current drive. I t". P"r to their leaving for an
Rabbi Shapiro has announced extended trip through Europe.
MIAMI BEACH
'pops'
Sixth Concert Sun., Aug. 3rd
Univ. of Miami Summer Symphony
Izler Solomon, Guest Conductor
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>1 ax; Shabbat Tonight
Masada. Miami Beach Young
Zionist District, will hold its
weekly Oneg Shabbat tonight, 9
p.m., in the Patio of the Car-
lyle Hotel.
Marlene Kalik will present a
book review of. Tongue Of A
Prophet. Hostesses will be the
Misses Shirley Kabir and Phyllis
Blair. Sam Soldinger, program
cnairman, is in charge of the
evening.
that reports will be presented
on the succcssof the current
campaign, ar.d further announ e-
ments of awards will be made
for winners who obtain the great-
est number o| new members for
the Academy. "More than 40
Greetings were alro extended ti
M.\ and Mrs. Samuel Sorin who
have returned here following the
conclusion of Mr. Serin's concert
tour.
The pianist appeared t! is past
Foot Soldiers have been inten- j fseason ln >. an" fourth per-
sivelv campaigning to bring the i tormarces with major syrr.phoni
rntsiU m^Whim t., 200 bv orchestras throughout the United
I States. His mast recent concert
total new memberships to 200 by
Sunday," he added.
The Campaign, which will cul- | with, the Cleveland Sym-
mir.ate at the end of the High'phony
Holiday Season, will be high-
lighted by a Victory Dinner, at
which time awards will be dis-
tributed to the successful win-
ners in the contest.
Going Formal?
Tamara Chapter Has
Splash Party Sunday
On Sunday evening, August
3rd, at the Blackstone Hotel Pool
and Patio, the Tamara Chapter,
Mizrachi Women's Organization,
will hold a Splash Party and
Swim. Co-chairmen of the event
are Mrs. Sadie Rosch and Mrs.
Charlotte Shalom. Proceeds are
for the orphans in Israel.
during which he played the
Tschaikowsky Piano Concerto in
B flat major.
Brother of Mr. Joseph Sorin,
; Samuel Sorin is the son of Mrt
iAnna Sorin Bild, 1771 SW 4th
Street, Miami.
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rmAY. AUGUST 1, 1952
personally Speaking
Word has been received here of the birth of Georgette Lynn
to First Lieutenant and Mrs. Edward I. Gross at Elmendorf Air
Force Ease, Alaska. Lieutenant Gross and his family will re-
turn 10 their home in Miami Springs next Fall.
* +
Mrs. Herman Bohrer. ct 721 West Avenue. Miami Beach.
left for New York last July 22nd, following the death cf her
father. Mr. Joseph Maletzky.
'+ <*
Returning to their horn* in Los Angeles. California, after
vising Mr. and Mrs. Benny Goldfarb. 246 Jefierson Avenue.
Micrr.i Beach, are Mr. and Mrs. Milton Rosenblatt and sons.
Stevie, Michael and Randy. The Goldfarbs are Mr. Rcsen-
blait's parents.
* *
Mrs. Gladys S. Bruckner, of Miami, left by plan* for New
York, where she will visit her daughter, Mr3. E3t Budd Lake, New Jersey. Mrs. Rose is recuperating from an op-
eration.
* *
Dr. Mark Brown, eon of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Brown, 1921 Bay
Road, has been granted a Research Fellowship at Harvard.
Winner cf the Junior Davis Cup and Tennis Doubles Champion-
ship ir. 1945. and Eastern Collegiate Singles Championship in
1944, Dr. Brown was president of the University of Miami Stud-
ent Body. He is the nephew of Pansy Flaum, Miami Beach.
* *
Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, North Carolina, includes
arccr.g its new arrivals for summer vacation Miss Elsie Katz,
Dr. and Mrs. J. Stillrnar., Mrs. V. Eskin and son, Mr. and Mrs!
Leonard Groh and family. Miss Nancy Ryttenberg, Mr. and
Mrs. M. H. Sterling, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Miller, with daugh-
ter, Charlotte, and son, Jonnie, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Greene,
Mr. cr.d Mrs. Ben Tuag, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Trauriq, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Aronovitz, Mr. and Mrs. Monrie Shrer. Mr. and
Mrs. R. W. Lichtenstein, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Stewart and Mr. and
Mis. David Bavlow.
* +
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Budner announce the birth of their
daughter, Melody, born last July 18th. ct Mount Sinci Hospital.
&-...-.".a.-ents ere Mrs. Ruth Gastfriend and Mr. and Mrs'. Sol
Budner.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Michael Horwitz. of 1420 Michigan Avenue.
announce the birth of their son. Franklin Louis, at Mount Sinai
Hcspitc! on July 21st. The Briss took place on July 29th. with
Reverend Abraham Seif officiating.
* + +
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard P. Pizer, of 405 Euclid Avenue, an-
nounce the birth of their son, David Isidore, at the Victoria
Kcspr.al on June 7th. The Briss took place at their home on
Ju.-. 14th. with Reverend Abraham Seif officiating.
* *
Mrs. Eva Pritcher, of 2155 SW 19th Terrace, left this week
for Cleveland, Ohio, where she will visit her son and grandson.
Mrs. Pritcher will return to Miami in three months.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sorin and their 13-month-old daugh-
ter, Kathy, are house guests of the Joseph Sorin family here.
*
Harold Kramer, executive director of the Jewish Vocational
Service, left for Israel last Tuesday morninq on the SS Liberte.
He w;ll return here in September.
* *
Mrs. H. Y. Waldorf and family, cf 3002 NW 7th Avenue,
'eft .ast Sunday for a vacation in New York.
_ *
Dr. and Mrs. Max Pepper, of 2101 SW 17th Street, are
'ecvmg for Europe on the Queen Mary next August 13th. Dr.
pepper will visit hospitals on a medical tour in England. France,
owitaerland and Austria and attend the International Congress
Internal Medicine scheduled for London in September. A
on Voyage party was tendered the Peppers last weekend at
e home of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rosenberg, 810 Ccledonia.
Cc---1 Gables.
I .. *
I. *** ar>d Mrs. Eli N. Argintar announce the birth of their
ImV9' Ellen Ruth' cn JulY 18th. Mrs. Argintar is the former
I =rc:a Sable. Maternal orandmolher is Mrs. Mae Sable. Pa-
prnal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Arcintar.
ii *
Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintmr. of 1510 SW 25th Avenue. Miami.
'e moved to the Prince Michael Hotel for the rummer.
.. *
ille v' vaca,Ion arrivals ct the Osceolc Lake Ir.n. Her.derson-
^ Aorth Carolina, include Victor Levine. Nathan Schwartz,
frs nt ^rS' S,anl9Y Kl'ne and daughter, Audrey, Mr. and
tos n Corn, Mrs. H. Furman and son, Joseoh, Mr. and
lb*' M Vd Rme' Mr and Mr3- Arthur Schwartz, Mr. <
JW oH and dauabter. Judy, Mrs. Morris Cohen,
u3Qr and Mr. and Mrs. M. Stiller.
j J6*Hjb n*rM**n
PAGE 9
Miami Hebrew
School Opentt
Month Early
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation w.D open its scliool on
Monday, August 4th, one month
earlier than usual, it has been
announced by Dave Kleber,
than man of the Board of Edu-
cation.
Registration and elasses will be
I held every day from 9 a.m., until
j 12 noon, during August. Stud-
ents from six years of age up
I are eligible to attend.
I Rabbi Simon April, spiritual
I leader and principal, announced
> that the faculty includes Mrs.
I Rebecca Kelemer. who formerly
i taught at the Hebrew Academy,
I and Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
Apartment 4ironp
Hears Dr. Uilbert
The second social membership
meeting of the Miami Beach
Apartmert Association will be
held on Monday, August 4th, 8
p.m., at the Blackstone Hotel,
according to Dan,el M. Broad,
president.
Speaker of the eve-ins \ill be
Dr. Michael M. Gilbert, Miami
psychiatrist, who will speak on:
The Place Of Psychiatry In The
Practice Of Medicine. Dr. Gil-
bert was formerly associated with
the Department of Psychiatry at
the University of Michigan, Vet-
erans Administration ard the Oc-
cupational analysis section of the
War Manpower Commission and
US Employment Service.
Max Azar, local humorist and
story-teller, will conclude the
program.
Ring Theater Auditions
| Tryouts For New Play
Tre Rirg Theatre auditioned
jtryoi-ts last night for Gramercy
Ghost, its second production of
the 1S>52 summer season.
The fantasy by John Cecil
Holme will be directed by Pro-
fewor Fred Koch, Jr., chairman,
of the University of Miami Dra-
ma Department and director of
the Ring Theatre. Gramercy
Ghost will open at the Ring ort
August 25th, and run through
September 5th.
LIBERAL CONGREGATION
seeking experienced choir singer
lo sing with amateur choir for
Friday night services and assist
Cantor with Congregation. Phone
48-8073 foi appointment.
Israelite Center Meets
To Adopt Constitution
The Israelite Center w 11 hold
a regular meeting on Tuesday
evening. August 5th, 8 p.m.
Hy Morris will preside. Ths
second and third readings of the
Constitution and its adoption
will take place at that time.
IN THE MAIL
Mr. Fred Shochet,
Jewish Floridian.
Dear Sir:
Would you be good enough to
permit us to call attention, by
way_ of your Letters to the Ed-
itor department, to the August
issue of Coronet Magazine,- as
therein is contained on pages 109
to 124, a magnificent pictorial
story of Israel.
Since one picture is said to be
more impressive than a thousand
words, we urge your readers to
see for themselves.
Ard may we take this oppor-
tunity to thank you for your con-
stant and complete cooperation.
We ere ever grateful for this.
Mrs. George M. Cohen
Cantor Aaron Weingarten
Beth Jacob Appoints
Cantor Weingarten
The Board of Directors cf Con-
gregation Beth Jacob, at a spec-
ial meeting he'd this week, unan-
imously elected Cantor Aaron
Wtingarten to serve as cantor'
and musical director for the Con-
gregation.
Cantor Weingarten is a des-
cendant of an Israeli family and
is a graduate of the Palestine
Conservatory of Musica and t.ne
Israeli Institute of Musical Sci-
ence.
He has served as cantor in the
Beth Midrash HagadoL the lar-
gest synagogue in Tel Aviv,
was a frequent radio artist on the
Kol Yeruahalayim program in
Jerusalem.
Since his arrival in this coun-
try, he his served as car.tor at
the B'na: Zin Congregation. Los
.'.ngeles. California. Cantor Wein-
ga.tc-n will asMSOM his dut.es at
Beth Jacob on August 15th.
Rabbi
35. married, pleasant and con-
genial p:.ror.ality. dynamic
leader, forceful speaker, ex-
cellent religious and secular
background, university gradu-
ate, efficient in moat phases
of Jewish education and youth
activities, with 10 years exper-
ience in the Rabbinate, vaca-
ticnir.g now in Miami, would
like to settle in Florida. Please
write P. O. Box 1392, Miami
Beach.
HEBREW TEACHER
Flagler-Granada Jewish Com-
munity Center seeks fully quali-
fied full time Hebrew Teacher.
Call 48-7641 after 6 p.m.
WANTED
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work. Fhone 86-2389.
Masada Swim-Deuce
The Rtndale Hotel will be
[hosts to Masada Mia:ri Beach
I Young Zionist District, at its
I Swim Social tomorrow evening.
The pool will be opened at 9
Ip.m., announced Jerry Miller, so-
; cial chairman.
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Miami Beach
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Albert H. Jeavons, Owner
Editor, Jewish Floridian.
Dear Sir:
Permit me to correct several I
items in your. Personally Speak- |
ing column published last week.
The party given Mr. and Mrs. .
G. Kalrr.onson on their departure .
to New York was arranged by a ,
group of friends, of which I was I
ore. Such parties are given very
often, but they are not organiza- '
tional and are never reported at
meetings.
Ths same correct;on is applic-
able to the farewell party given
Mrs. L. Tishler.
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____________FRIDAY, AUGUST U^
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, T^iHentrComplete Welfare Studies Here
Mrs. Prosser, lller NCJW Jtholars from 3 Cont.nentsj^^^ MTii^ '
Solomon Perform
Here On Sunday
Izlcr Solomon will be featur-
ed as guest conductor during the
sixth of the Pop concert series
given by the University of Mi-
ami Symphony Orchestra on
Sunday evening. August 3rd. 8:30
p.m.. at the Beach Municipal
Auditorium.
Sharing the stage with Mr. Sol-
omon will be the American So-
prano. Irma Johnston Prosser.
Mrs. Prosser will be heard in
works bv Hauerbach. Friml. Jer-
ome Kerns. Sigmund Romberg
and Oscar Straus. Compositions
scheduled to be performed by the
University Orchestra include the
Overture "to the Merry Wives of
Windsor, by Nicolai. the Irish
Suite, bv Anderson, the Ameri-
can Suite, by Gould, the Arkan-
sas Traveler, by McDonald, and
March Slav, by Tschaikowsky.
Mr. Solomon has made guest
appearances in leading music
centers throughout the United
States and Canada since last
January. Earlier, sharing the
tour o- the Israel Philharmonic
Orchestra with the late Serge
Kou?s<-vit7ky and Leonard Bern-
... ':-., won a marked >'
of acclaim which added 1
:.e Alice M. Ditson Aw>rd
ented him in 1950.
Prossi
i tists a: P I --
_ :.. Percy Rector Stevens and
Richard Bonnelli and u ned
proft xperienci over a
period of ten years in radio net-
work concerts." She has .->.'.<> ap-
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with the Bonstell Opera Com-
v, Dttmit. Michigan.________
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GMJCC Agrees On
Contract With
Center Employees
The Greater Miami J.
i unity Center late last week
i a union contract
o| its working staff.
1 agi ni y-employi e agrei n i '
js D( | be the fust such
n up and accepted by a cen-
ition in the South.
Following hard upon the heels
, f 14 monl mtract negotia-
. GMJCC employees now
have virtual assurances regard-
ma working conditions, methods
for presenting grievances, sick
leaves and holidays. The agree-
ment was reached after some
staff workers banned together in
an effort to clarify their status.
The new contract recognizes
the GMJCC Employees Union
; which will constitute the collec-
tive bargaining agent for member
workers. Further clarification on
the basis of employment, tem-
y status, hours, leaves, res-
ions, dismissals and salar-
are included in the agree-
ment's articles. Non-union em-
,ployees will be accorded like
tment t<> be nrovided for in
|a personnel practices code.
Members of the Union Nego-
tiating Committee who partici-
pated in the deliberations were
i Harry Shamis, Esther Shrago and
Jewel Shachat. The Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center
ICon-mittee included Harold Thur-
man. Fred K. Shochct. Isidore
i Simkowltz. Mrs. Miriam Siikin
and Sam Seitlin.
The six were recipients of
scholarships awarded by the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women,
and they bring to 74 the number
of students trained here in var-
ious fields------social work, nurs-
u: v school and special education,
clinical psychology, child psychia-
trv and graduate nursingand
returned to fifteen countries since
the inception of the program in
1946.
Three of the latest group are
from Israel, one is from Italy.
one from Holland and one from
Australia.
Batvah Jassy. an Israeli pioneer
in the field of school social work
and former assistant to the direc-
tor of the Tel Aviv Welfare De-
has returned to Tel
Aviv with two years of advanced
. nnsylvania School
of s W :*- compli ted.
turned to Israi l are
m, who spent
one year studying nursery school
at the B..- k Street Col-
. :. N-. w York City, and G" nia
Blidstein. who studied at the B<>s-
I ton University School of Social
' Work.
Carla Aghib, 28-year-old medi-
cal social worker, has returned to
her native Italy alter two years
of intensive study at the Uni-
versitv of California School of So-
cial Welfare in Berkeley. A na-
if Milan, she explained there
is great need for improved un-
derstanding of medical social
kor in Italy, because it is among
the newest of welfare services
there.
Returning to the Netherlands,
Klara Oudkerk, case work ex-
pert, said she had been struck by
the difference between the social
attitudes of the American and
Dutch Jewish communities. There
is far less intermingling between
Jews and non-Jews in. this
country than in Holland, she com-
mented. She estimated the pres-
ent Jewish population of her
country at 18.000, as against 150.-
000 before the war.
Australian social worker Leila
Chapman Whiting is returning to
' Melbourne after two years of case
! work study at the University of
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married an American, J. Frank
Whiting, during the term of her cnology.
studies in Philadelphia. Mr. Whit-
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Melbourne, where he nlans t0i
complete his own studies in psy.
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iawuel friedtewl
Appointed First..
Irandeis FeNow
Sair.ii I Fricdland, chairman of
ird of Fod Fair Stores,
i n rained one of the
.,' Fcilews df Brandeis Univer-
. Walttum,
I gg,, .-.-. ool of-
[ja)s nnnonnc-
i ci'k.
Fri< Hand i s
M 38 rr.en
nil r "' wom-
n appointed
tail Fellows of
Irandi is. S e 1 -
cted from men
nd women dis-
inguished in the
irts and scienc- .
s and promm- Frteaiana
,nt in the business and profes-
sorial life of communities
hroughnut the nation, the Fel-
ows wire singled out on the
basis < i their active interest in
he divi lopment of Brandeis.
Won.m named are Miss Susan
Jranrii is "t New York, daughter
( i late Justice for whom
jrand' is, of New York, daughter
tlrs. Max Richter, of New York,
nd M Lutie Goldstein, of San
ii. Fellows represent 16
itns n 13 states.
Last ir.onth Brandeis awarded
legre:- to the 101 members of
iduatir.g- class. Locat-
ed on d 181-aCM country campus
iear Boston, the university num-
crs a student body of more than
ind women, drawn from
10 states and eleven foreign na-
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Beach Branch Adds
New Course To Activity
The Beach Branch of the
Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
ity Center, 1536 Bay Road, an-
nounces the addition of an Arts
and Crafts Course to its activities.
Starting with leathercraft, the
group held its first meeting last
night, with Jerry Meslin as in-
structor.
tor lit I Pa tie Men
[Mt'vi On Tuesday
The Men's Club of the North
bade Jewish Center will meet
j evening) August 5th, at
p.m.
Co-chairmen of the Cabaret
light Dance, Sy Levine and Bert
prays r\, will present reports on
he function scheduled for Sat-
urday night, August 16th. Re-
ports on the Bowling team, by
Herb Marrow, and on the Blood
tank, by Barney Kaufman, will
I e heard.
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house and-hotel builders. A resi-
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I Eisenstein and president of the
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Unisf fkririt >r
PAGE 13
Charge Misleading Representation
In Federation Report On .YOM#'
NEW YORK (WNS) A charge that misleading reprcsc i -
tl ns were contained in the recent announcement by the Council of
Federation* and Welfare Funds with regard to community
ns to the report of the Evaluative Studies Committee of the
N ,1 Community Relations Advisory Council was made ths
week by the Anti-Defamat;on League in a letter by Benjamin R
Fo Beth El Organizes All-Day Academy In
Miami; County Instruction Aid Enlisted
i
The claim was immediately
stampe'i as "fantastic and incred-
ible" bv Harry Lurie, executive
directs of the Council of Jewish '
commun.ty and continue their
drive for power and control. We
believe," the letter continued,
that you have given creder.ee
^canons and Welfare Funds. 110';1^^ t"1^ there has been
f j w r a power drive on the cart of the
Th< ]et^iWJ"J& Professional welfare "fund dilS
mill R Epstein, ADL national
director, claimed that "the staff
of the CJFWF and some of the
h ;.din welfare directors who
are members of the Large City
Eudgeting Conference have in-
red with efforts to reach
mcable solution and a reas-
onable organization of commun-
ity relations last plenum of the
NCRAC despite their opposition
S;nu then, the community pot
has been kept at a boiling point
by thi activities of welfare fund
professional!.
forthcoming plenum of
the NCRAC has the opportunity
i : ive at a plan which would
lave a salutary effect upon the
whole community relations field,"
the letter said. "It will not be
eved, however, if certain
leaders of the CJFWF continue
to mislead the American-Jewish
LEGAL NOTICE
tors to assume leadership in this
field as well as in otner com-
munal endeavors.
"Wellare funds raise monev
for the national agencies by
agreement. In no instance have
,hese agreements ever included
the r.ght of the welfare funds to
dictate policy .or procedures to
ihe national agencies. No self-
respecting national agency could
possnly accept the dictates of
the Council of Jewish Federa-
.ions and Welfare Fur.ds, ar.d in-
deed, it is doubtful that mos*
welfare funds think of them
selves in such a role. Under no
circumstances, would the Anti-
Defamation League, for one, be
party to such an agreement. It
should also be very clear to you,
of course, that a very large pro-
portion, indeed the major pro-
portion of ADL funds, are not
derived from welfare fund
sources."
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
SOTI K is HEREBY GIVEN that
11 tlgned, desiring to engage in
ll rlnesp .iri.-r- the fictitious name of
Icki'sn.l. BEAUTY 8H(ji\ hi 10HH2
|.v E 6th Avenue, .Miami. I .a., in-
. .Li-or mil name with the
I'.- Circuit Court of Im.i.
i-.oi ida.
ANNE BAI.KE
!;' ..
NOTICE OF W- "EHOUSEMAN'S
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY (ilVKN that
I i '......i I'hapter 678 of Florida
Innotateci (1^41), Ware-
" r. Warehouse Receipts
\i. i MOVINO anl. si OR-
" INC, a Korida eorpora-
. i of .is warehou e lien,
in N i- sh "M< 1 pi oj-erty.
.."i SKIloIJ) GOUL8 AND
PEKSO.VAL EFFECTS
! I': ,.f Mildred Armstrong,
i Mr- Emmos, ;i'l Tomeian *ve.,
rain Beach, F!a.; Hairi-i Ort-
I o E. J HopheiHon. S W. sxth
t-* Bird lt.ii.I. Miami. Ruby Chlld-
'ih hi H.rkley Ave.. Atlanta.
J;< Betl Evans, c/o Chas. Miller,
| N n. -. n Si. Arlington. Va ;
Laura ('arson. Koyailon Hotel,
Dual; Frank II-.t.nond. 426 E. 72nd
r-i N V C: Robert Harrelaon.
I E W th St., Miami; Charlei
Itn-edy. : N. W. 2nd Ave., Miami;
i'ii, r. 300 !
IWh. Lilli. Perklna, i49Vi N. W
Ifi Avenue. Miami: Terl Ross, 60S
} Role, Jr., 676 Park Avenue. E
it, N J ; ] Sepe, 2110 >M
Bbtj C1 Brooklyn, N. Y ; John
e 142.1 N. W. 60th St.. Miami.
' i the !ith day of Auust.
' during the legal houra of aale,
u-iily between 11:00 forenoon and
|W> in the afternoon, at the front
jwof :6-U s VV. th Street. Miami.
porlda, the ui.dei signed anall offer
IP "le to the highest bidder for
W in hand, the above described
i goodl and personal effect!-
1 the propt-ity ofMildred Armstrong,
liiict Ort.han, Ruby Childers. Bet-
Kvant, Mrs. Iwiura Carman, i'.-ank
eitmui.d Ib.bert Harrelson. Charles
|" edy. ifpenhelmer, Lillle Per-
Perl Ross, Mrs. H. L. Rose. I.
1&JS& l"h" Brlduea.
Dated h Miami, Florida, this 30th
of July, 1952.
Abbotts Announce j^f
Birth Of Son
Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. Abbott,
of 4294 Nautilus Drive, Miami
Beach, announce tne oirtn 01
their son last Tuesday at Mount
Sin3i Hospital. The new arrival
weighed ir. at 6'? pounds.________
Obituaries
PRANCES RINGER
'U, I NJ BW 2nd Street. Miami.
al-<\ on July 2Hh, In a local hox-
pli She 1- survived by a ion, l ap-
' ...... -nf 1
daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Parker. She
......,, .!...-
a. K.bi-it. Services wen i n
July 2i.th. at "Thr Miami Rtvar-
side".
Continued jrom Page 1)
ment: "Mr. Epstein apparently
itual disinheritance" of Jewish
children here.
"We have been carefully ob-
serving the pi ogress being made
by the Hebrew Academy on Mi-
ami Beach," Palmer indicated,
"and after viewing- the practical
success of that institution, we
were impressed with the need
for another all-day school in the
area. The Beth El Academy will
be Miami's first."
Divided into two main depart-
rrtnts, the school will service the
needs of a secular and religious
course of study. Drawn uo by
the Dade County Board of Public
Instruction, the English curricu-
lum will be under the advisement
of Miss Eloise Hatfield, princi-
pal of the Shenandoah Elemen-
tary School. Jewish studies are
scheduled to be supervised by
Dr. Swirsky.
"Essentially, the dual program
will aim at establishing a pattern
of harmony between American
ideals and Jewish principles," the
spiritual leader indicated. Cours-
Da I.a Tuente, and three grand-
children, Joel, Robert and Roaalyn.
Service- were .11 July ..'in. ill iM-
Miaml Riverside", with l>r. Jacob
II. Kaplan officiating, interment was
in the Temple li-rael Sectioi, of Wood-
lawn I'aik Cemetery.
1 es of study already arranged for
, presentation include: The His-
' tory Of Jews In Th2 United
' States And Their Contribution
To American Development, The
1 Life Of Jews Abroad, The Place
1 Of Israel In The World. The
I Ideals Of The Bible And Jewish
i Literature. The Meaning Of The
j Sabbath And Festivals, The Cus-
Itoms And Practices Of The Syn-
! agogue and The Richness Of The
1 Hebrew Language And Writings.
1 In a subsequent statement.
' Rabbi Swirsky announced that
. the Academy Medical Board will
be under the supervision of Dr.
Charles Rosenfeld, pediatrician,
I and Dr. George Einhorn, dentist.
! Lunches prepared by a dietitian '
?re also being arranged for, he
'said.
Final plans call for students'
, being picked up by school sta-
tion wagons. Enrollment is in
EI>WARI> I. BROTMAN
S3, of KL'l BW 6th Avenue, died on
July 28tb, in a local hospital. Ma i-
xuivlved by his wife. I.ilyan, a 101),
l-eo, and two daughter*, Shirley 8ef-
I and Harriet Brotman. ftemajnl
were sent to New fork City f'.r serv-
ices and interment by "The .Miami
liivei side",
ROSA Km'II
7f, ..f 221", BW J8th Street. Miami,
died ..n July 26th. Sue is survived
by her husband, Emit, and two daugh-
ters. Emilie Wyand and Laura
Knowlea, Bh also ktavea three grand-
children, Eugene, Janet and Laura.
... v ,,. ueie on July t8th, ;.t "The
Dr. Shmaryahu T. Swirsky
charge of Joel Zalis, chairman
of the Education Committee. In-
formation may be obtained at
9-3004.
Miller
Electric
Co.
Quality Contracting
and
Service
820 S. W. 4th St.
Phone 3-2477
RACHEL MKSDKIiHiN
IS, Of 2116 BW 23id Street. Miami
died on July 27th. A resident here
for the past 3fi years, she Is sur-
vived by three sons. Sie. G. Louis
and Julius, and two daugnters. IJer-
tha If. Hi.ltsberg and Matilda Kuper-
herr She also leaves a brother.
Charles Goldstein, one sister, Nettie
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ALLIED INSURANCE AGENCY, at
I2> N. E. First Street, Miami, Florida,
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
MR. LOUIS GOLDSTEIN
8/l-8-K.-r2
ll-H
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CORAL GABLE 8 'CHILDREN'S
SHiiK SHOP, at 2328 I'once l'e I Boulevard, Coral Gables, Fla.. intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
MR. SAMI'EL SCHEINMAN
I/1-8-1I-SS
Industrial
SAVINGS BANK
I-.iure to
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9-k^lstncrkHor
FRIDAY. AUGUST l, ^
Rabbi Mescheloff
During The Week ...as i see it SpeaksAtBeach
3 bt leo mindlin Mizrachi Dinner
Wffl not intrude upon our saner Rabb, Mo^ Mesche.off^^esi-
^ noises of.boastful poUtics ^not JM^^ 2E5S2ft^
Flagler Religious
Board Plans Two
School Sessions
understanding at least for ^'^^Ze^int^ knowl- Atonal Fund Council andI non-
Chicago Democratic Convention ha%e gone home, ^ ^ prcsldent of the Miami
etts delegation who seized a micr
pacified the assemblage in the face
bv a smouldering newspaper. ,
' On. thing i. certain The co%*<^^h, heat of many
often honorable Democrats Tmboha^ I*riectiy ^ the
heads present and caused "^fS.Tta'SSvitta of Party Con-
analomy of those who *g*&J^jggS\ feeling that
ventions. Observers could not help but ""'n h d under.
the mad. little puppets who f*&*^S?JX downward.
The newly formed Board of
Religious Education of the Flag-
,h, UUml Beach M.jrach, Worn- mCT.
gone
would argue against hf Proposition the
walked about on their skulls while deliberating
the immediate Pblems *ff*
ine the State of Israel and des-
cribe the methods being empt-
ied to solve them.
Mrs Emanuel Karger will be
toast "master of the unction
whose proceeds are scheduled for
a special Israeli project. Mrs. J.
Brenner is in charge of the ar-
rangements.
rtewssrs fes gg
is precisely the crux of the Democratic leaders
Those aware of Colonel Jacob Arvey's behind-the-scenes\J* I a,jon has appi.oved_a schedule of
Federation Lists
Meeting Schedule
SuSirSKveTis precisely the crux of the Democratic leaders er Miami Jewish Feder-
rSse Those aware of Colonel Jacob Arvey's behind-the-scenes ac^ I at|Qn has oved a schedule of
tivitv know that the nomination process was more a hoax than a tings for the Board of Gov-
representaion of the people's choice and that the apparent Draft and the Executive Com-
StevenTon Movement iiTirtually the most blatant example of power mUtee fof the c0ming year, ac.
I cording to an announcement by
. .. Federation President, Carl Wein-
comparative newcomer in his field. | kle
Interviews Mrs. Proaser,
Izler Solomon On WKAtI
Mrs. Marie Volpe will im*l
view Irma Prosser, soprar.o an
Izler Solomon, guest eonducto,
tomorrow evening, 6:30 Dm
er Station WKAT. Both a"rt3
will appear at the sixth Pop Coi
cert on Sunday evening. auki,
3rd, at the Miami Beach Aud
torium.
Herman Feldman, chairman,
announced early this week that
a new Hebrew Teacher will be
hind for the Fall term The
Board is also planning to hire
teachers and run the school on a
double session basis due to lim-
ited classroom facilities.
Classes will be scheduled from
9 30 to 11 a.m.. and from 11 until
12:30 p.m.. Feldman said, cur-
ricular activities will be provid-
ed for students who find it nec-
essary to remain at the Center
due to transportation difficulties.
Stevenson
politics observed in a long time.
sidelight
liecti^'o^Senate'V^^rVhan-to-the Go^ morshipof hta State
Needless to say. this ambition was frustrated when Chicago
Democrat Arvey pressed upon him the duties of his current po-
sition while insuring the election of Paul Douglas 'who. in turn,
yearned for the Governorship! as United Slates Senator from Illin-
ois In any case. Stevenson has demonstrated his ability beyona
any reasonable doubt. The scope of his office nevertheless proved
as narrow as Stevenson feared; despite his broad ambition and
obvious excellence, few people heard of him until just a few weeks
ago.
The meeting schedule official-
ly submitted for the Board of
Governors and Executive Com-
ttee is as follows:
September 2nd. Executive
Committee: September 9th. Board
of Governors: September 23rd.
Executive Committee; October
7th. Executive Committee: Oc-
tober 21st. Executive Committee;
. nber 11th. Executive Com-1
mittee; November 25th. Board of
Governors; December 2nd. Ex-
ecutive Committee; December
16th. Executive Committee; De-
Obscurity notwithstanding, the fact remains that the highest
Democratic Partj i ei elor.s began working toward a Stevenson nom-
on as earlv'as last December. I first heard of the effort then
inclined to accept it as an accomplished fact should Presi-
dent Harry S. Truman fail to run.
Unless Primary elections are completelv worthless as an mm- (.(,.| b(-r 30th Board 0f Governors.
cation of national trends, few observers would have disputed the january 13, 1953, Executive
fact that Tennessee Senator Estes Kefauver was a favorite for nom- |c0mmittee; Februarv 3rd. Exec-
ination at the opening of the Convention. At least, he had pledged utJV(i Comrnittce: March 3rd. Ex-
im a majoritv of the country's delegates. In the face of this
majority, Kefauver was swept from his promising position by the
synthetic draft action. It would be safe to say that Governor Stev-
:.'.- reluctance >t< n med soley from his unwillii gin to be iden-
:-h President Truman's sponsorship and that, above all. he
sought to be catapulted into no political chicanery and promise of
later allegiam.
In any case, it is undeniable that the Democratic Convention
had little to do with the nomination of Adlai Stevenson. Its out-
come also served to place into a poor light the Primary election
device. But this pre-Chicago fait accompli must in no manner be
.confused with the Illinois Governor's virtue as a nominee.......
There is muchpf Theodore Roosevelt in his voice and oratory.
There is more of woodrow Wilson in his vocabulary, intellect and
still unexplored possibility. There is almost none of Franklin Delano
Roosevelt's cunning practicality yet apparent in his nature. There
at this point. Stevenson, the man. a most fortunate candidate
despite the tasteless, secret action attending his choice.
ecutive Committee; March 24th,
Executive Committee; April 15th,
Board "t Governors: April 21st,
Executive Committee; May 5th,
Executive Committee: May 18th.
Executive Committee; and May
21st, Annual Meeting.
"We are issuing this advanced
announcement in order to guar-
antee maximum attendance at
these meetings by the leadership
of community organizations who
1 are members of the Board and
the Executive Committee," Pres-
ident Welnkle stated.
Hebrew Academy Group
Hold Gala Fun Night
A Gala Fur. Night sponsored by
the Hebrew Academy Women's
What the Democratic Convention in eflect became was a bloody
1 for the conflict between the ostensibly liberal North and the
states' rights South. With Fair Employment Practices the thorniest Organization will be held on Sun-
question, delegates heard Georgia Governor Herman Talmadge in day evening, August 17th. 8 p.m.,
an oration on the subject of delivering America into the hands of at the Town and Beach Club.
Negroes, while North Carolina Governor James Byrnes echoed in Scheduled to include dancing,
slightly more acceptable terms this same malicious view. jswimming, a barbecue and card'
It remained for Texas Governor Allan Shivers to draw a none games, the affair has been ar-
too subtle distinction between his state's political organization and
the National Democratic Parly. The threat of a Southern bolt
was obviously implied here. The subsequent acceptance of the
South Carolina, Virginia and Louisiana delegations as accredited
representatives to the Convention, despite their failure to sign
the loyalty pledge, proved the North's desparate desire to main-
tain a semblance of unity.
But few can deny that the Dixiecrat attitude is as vigorously
alive as it was in 1948. It is no secret that its adherents were dis-
satisfied with the 1952 Democratic Platform and the Roosevelt-
Harriman-Lehman-Humphrey civil rights plank therein. Perhaps j
Adlai Stevenson spoke unadvisedly in his welcoming address when
he humorously referred to the Republican Convention's carnage as
proper in view of the Amphitheatre's proximity to Chicago's stock
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India Edwards who propagated further half-truths and falsehoods
about Germany's democratic development and health of the North
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structure, let alone to fend off the materialization of any impending
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LEGAL IfOT1CE
LEGAL NOTICE
---------NOTICE
vmTICK IS HKRKBY GIVEN by
.mI,-- lined >! 'he discontinuance
I'^.h. use if the flctitiou. name.
JSoMWBTA'M BDA. lv BERNARD BEBCHUCK
HAROLD P. WEISS
.,-, ft/1-l-lS ^_____^___
-^t^Punoer fictitious
n0 name law
viVTIfE 18 BBBHBY OIVEN that
.i.. ..Ait< .-IkiioH. desiring to engage In
i^TJ, tinder the fl.-tltl.ma name of
f' Ani.KTAlKE of SOUTH FLOR-
Jli.i .1 |i,,.le County, Florida, intends
I"*;.:!,,, said name with the Clerk
I',',' ,h, circuit Court of Dade County,
""'i,la HAROLD P. WEUSS,
Sola Owner
2-, 8,1-8-11
N0T1CE UND^ FICTIT.OU.
. Nt.TI'K IH HEREBY OIVEN' that
Ithe undersigned, desiring to engage In
iMlneas miner (he fictitious name of
M AI.ER'S ASSOCIATES
oo S W. 15th Street.. Miami.
f, intend t.. register tlw aid
['. iih the Clerk of the Circuit
,,.,,. ,.f Dade County. Florida;'
PATRICK O. OlrtT
SIDNET A. CHAPLIN
. innin
l.ii S 8/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
SOTH'B IS HBRBBT OIVEN that
,k undersigned, desiring to engage In
l.ii'aino-; under the fictitious name of
[i|\WTil"RNE ELFa'TRONICS OF
L-I.'.ICII A-. al ISM N. W. 17th Av-
I. ... y ml, Florida, intends to reg-
I une with the Clerk of the
irl i if I Mile County, Flor-
JCLIl'S SHRIER,
pule owner
ROBERT 1.. RI.OOMBERO
for Applicant
S. y\ I Building
llami, I oi Ida
J-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY HIVKX that
n. I. deall ing to engage in
the fictitious name ..I
|.|:i:\V II I.MRK, at III) S. Treasure
.. \ Ih Bay Village, Miami
n tends to register said
Clerk nf ti." Circuit
County, Florida.
, \\ DEVEl.i IPMENT
CORPORATION
il set
i anl

NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
> THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COU'.TY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 15:585
NNK PANT. >NE, Plaintiff,
PAN NIC. Pcf. nilarit.
SUIT FOR .DIVORCE
.-' .-,t
Nell Y.nk
p ntone, are hen bj
BUI .'f Complaint for
filed against you.
. : i t.i serve copy
or Pleading to the
on the plaintiffs
.I VF'.KS, IIKIMAV a KM'
IX, Seybold Huii'iiiiK, Miami,
rile the original Answet
I' n the .'in......i ih. i' li
* hi i i Court .in ,it' before the
\ i| let, 1952. if you r.iii
Km. nl !* default will be
you roi the 'li.-f de-
;in Bill of Complaint.
shall lie published once
hue. i foui "ii-.- it11\ neeki
in i v.ish ELOR1DIAN.
NI> ORDERED at Miami.
rial day of Jly, A.D.
i: B. LEATHERMAN,
-V rcull Curt,
Dade County, Florida
i irl Seal)
Bj WM W, BTOCKING,
i'. puty Clerk
8-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.. NAME LAW
*......H HEREBY HIVKX that
icned, desiring t.. encage in
Iness lli.ler Hie fietltlous name of
AS AI'ARTMENTS, al IMS
'' A v. ... Miami Beach, Florida,
nil |,. n-Kiter said name with
",*-!"" '' Hie Circuit Court of
'l. County, Florl.i.i
I'MBERTO ORVIETO
v. SILVIA ORVIETO
mot k oenet, esos
rr Appiicanti
[': > us_________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
k'liTi.L- ,NAME LAW
P,"'1'- IS HEREBY OIVEN that
T uMeiMtn.,1. desiring to engage in
Jljfss un.l.r the fictitious name of
T.on!;.. "REEN ADVERTISING
I.1 KTI nios, at 4HS llrickell Av-
i I, Florida, Intends to reg-
f ci """ with the Clerk itf
Mas ("ourt of Oade County,
1 :'MfMN,N;"KKN- 'e Wn'r
for i iwner
- 1-S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
c.^JTS? DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 151*53
WILLIAM E. I1ARRINEAF,
v IMnlntlff
HTHKlV FIELDS BARRINEAF
_ NOTICE BY PUsKICATrSm
TO: ETHEL fields BARRINBAU.
Demoi.olis. Alshama.
.w "I" reaulred to serve a copy
?(=ite A""*'e[ l0 ,he "'Il <' Com'
li'.\.VJL~uJ?on thv Plaintiffs attorney
MORTON ROTHENHERO. J* Lin-
.".J f i"a'.'l. M,"ml "each, Florida,
""' fll; ,hp original In the office
of the Clerk of the Clcnlt Court on
ih ui A1n"l5l,t 2,i ,M,: otherwls...
said Hill will be taken us oonfeaeed
by you.
( Dated this 22nd day of July. A. D.
E. B. I.EATHERMAN,
d ( lerk of ,ne Circuit Curt
(Seal)
By R, H. RICE. JR.
-.r .. Oeputy Clerk.
7/2.. 8/1-8-16
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 28313-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
M'CAH W. S1EFKER,
_, ., Deceased
To All t reilit.irs anil All Persons Hav-
ing (Maims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
ni.tiii.il and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of LUCAS W. SIEFKKR, de-
ceased late of Dade Count v. Florida,
to the Honorable Countv Judges of
Dade County, and file the same In
their offices In the County Courthouse
In Hade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
fn-t publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ail-
draaa of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or
same will be barred.
Date July 21. A. I >. 11.",2.
y /s/ MARIE HUMES SIEPKBR
As Administratrix of
the Beta.....f
LUCAS \V. S1EFKER,
11.1 eased.
I. R. MAYERS
Attorney for Marie Humes Slefker
Administratrix
7 2.1 s I \ -1 :
EVfLtARCUIT COURT OF THE
IFLOR.T,^ J1JD|CIAL CIRCUIT OF
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
ll'M w No- 151317
I'.M.VN MBTER Plaintiff.
iNOTirc'-'i.' '^'enaant.
'nSSTSST
"required to serve a copy
|nt f? hiv1" to tn*" "ni "f r8m-
' an" "' 'Klnal nns-
elk of the
rce i.inlntlffs at-
m th.."i.VV. '"* 'he <'riKl
'- >ffl.e of tl- cVi
t-ult Coiim "^ '" ""' 'era of the
Of \ .... ."".'"" before the 11th
'-' 19.V-'. otherwise, the
[' IV, \ "' f"r I>lv...ce, here-
L 'i In-t.-in. win i.. ...I..-. --
.1 herein,
lATF?. N v"u-
day', /", ">">'
y "' Jiilv. ih-,2
I.EATHERMAN.
will be taken al
Florida, this
iiL"'? Ptalntlff
IllSlav'J. '"'"'"'iff
RgM Kulldlng
- l/l-l
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 151257
SHIRLEY COHEN, Plaintiff
NATHANIEL COHEN, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: NATHANIEL COHEN,
C 0 1 lv is i 'oll.-n.
117 Newport btreet,
Brooklyn, New fork
You aie ifnuiic'l to serve a i-opv
of the Answer to the Hill '. Com-
plaint upon tli" plaintiff'* attorney,
SKV.M.il I! SILVRRMAN, 120 l.:n-
.ulll Roa.l, Miami II... h. I-'.. .11 I. ..ml
file the original in tin- offl......f the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or ba-
fore August S, 1!''.L': otherwise, sa !
hiii will be tak.-n ..s confessed by
Vl HI.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the circuit Court.
(Seal)
Bi l: II. RICE, JR.
Deputy Clerk.
7/11-11-2.". I 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No. 151294
ADA CABTELLETTI, Plaintiff,
vs.
ALEXANDER CASTELLETTI,
I i.f.nilant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: ALEXANDER CASTELLETTI
MU lie Kalfa Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
You are raojutred to serve a copy
of your Answer to the Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on Plaintiff's At-
tomey nn.l to file the original Ans-
wer in the office of the Clerk of the
circuit Court on ..r before the Mb
day of August. 1951; otherwise the
Hiii of Complaint for Divorce hereto-
fore fried herein win be taken as con-
fessed by you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 9th
day of July. A. D. 1*51.
K H. I.EATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
Hv: \V.\I W. SI'iiCKlNC,
Deputy Clerk
Name and address of
Plaintiffs Attorney:
NORMAN R. LYONS
910-12 Olvmpia Building
Miami, Florida
7/ll-lX-2.r> 8/1
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 151265
RITA KOHLBR, Plaintiff
NATHAN KOHLBR, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Nathan Kohler. o/O Israel Koh-
ler. 22r. East 24th Street, Brook-
lyn, New York.
Tou are hereby notified that a HIII
of Complaint lor Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
wer or Pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiffs Attoinevs.
KOVNER \ MANNHEIMBR, tM Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and
file tl.....rlglnal Answer or Pleading
In the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 0th na>
of August, 1S52. If you fall to do
so. Judgment by default will be taken
against vou for the relief demanded
in the Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive ween*
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 8th day of Jul>. A.u.
,'"' H. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court -
Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court RSe.l, rice ]R _
'Deputy Clerk.
KOVNER A MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Plaintiff
4M Lincoln Road
MUml Beach. Fla.
7/11-U-1S 1/1 -
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
_ _, NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN that
the undersigned, dMirina t.i engage In
iTm\r,Mlm.,.t'.:,lne "Ctftious name of
JER1-8 CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY,
'!,. i ,' -?r<1 S,rpe|. Miami Reach.
llTy .?''*"?," ,to rpKlster said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Diide County. Florida.
11E N .1A MIN W 101 N S T EI N
..... ""le Owner
HENRY Nl SS EN HA CM
Attorney for Applicant
141 Seyliold Hldg,
l/1-hli-H
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.___ NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BAILA DRICINAI.S, at Dade County,
I" ...rlda, intends to register said name
will, the CUrk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
HA I LA W FINER
_______ Sole Owner
QEOROE KASTENBAPM
Attorney for Applicant
I Lincoln Road Bldg.
8/1-8-16-tl
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the rictitioifs name of
H. S. LAPNDRY AND DRY
CLEANING, at Miami. Dade County.
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
ROBERT BROWN
BMANUEL -SEITLIN
Owners
MARX M. FA HER
Attorney for Applicants '
412 Congress Building
Miami, Florida
8/1-8-15-!!
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 151704
JAMES F. HEID, Plaintiff
vs.
MARIA REID, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MARIA REID
I3S Weal Huh Btreel
New York, New York
You. Maria It.iil. are hereby noti-
fied thai a Hill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed ..gainst you,
and you are required to serve .. cony
of your tnswer or Pleading to the
Hill of Complaint on the i'i ilntlff's
Attorney, AMOb' BENJAMIN, 505
Olympla Building, Miami, Florida, and
fib- the original \nan or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk <>f the
Circuit Court on or b........ the 29th
da; of August, 1952. If you fall to
do s,.. ju igmenl by default will be
taken ngalnst you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint,
DONE AND ORDERED ;.i Miami,
Florida, ibis 24th day of July, 1951.
i: It LEATHERMAN,
1 rk, < 'ir.-uit ('..in t
Dade County, Florida
B) u M W STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
8 1-8-15-22
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. '51782
I" ilto'l'll V C. .Ml 111 KICK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
OEORQE \V. MURDOCK,
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: OEOROE Vi". MBRDOCK
. o Mrs Mac Tiacher
:i:ii E. 34th street
Hr.Hiklvn :'.. New York
You are hereby notified that a BUI
of Complain! for Divorce has been
filed against you, an.l you are required
to serve B copy of iiuir Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney. MYERS, HU-
MAN ^- KAPLAN. 650 Seybold Build-
ing. Miami. Florida, and Hie the orig-
inal Answer or Pleading in the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
..r before the L'tith day i.r August. 19.12.
If you fail to do so, Judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for
the relief demanded fil the BUI of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
ni THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DoNE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 2Sth day of July. A.D.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
l>ade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
B] M C FEIOE,
Deputy Clerk.
MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
8.10 Sevbold Building
Miami. Florida
S/l-S-1.1-22
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 151626
FRANCES C. CLEMENS.
Plaintiff,
vs.
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 BUI 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, 1952: 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,
eputy Cler k
MICHAEL M ISENHERt;
Attorney for Plaintiff
147 Blscayne Building
Miami. Florida
7/25 8/1-8-15
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT""
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 2S617-B
RE: ESTATE OF
WILLAKD 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 Administrator of
the estate of WILLAKD S. SCOTT,
deceased; and that on the 8th dav of
August, 1932. 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 of WILLAKD S. SCOTT,
deceased.
This 8th day of July, 19.12.
MARVIN i: SCOTT.
Administrator
HARRY ZUKBRNICK, ESQ.
Attorney for Administrator
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
7/11-1S-23 J/l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 26138
in RE: Estate or
APE BIALOLENKL Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE It hereby given that I have
tiled my final report and petition for
! in.. I l .i-' h ii ge a A vix of
the Estate of ABE BIALOLENK1,
led; and thai I will on the itli
day of Ana ist, 1952, apply to the
Honorable Judges of the ah .v.
court of Da.le County, Florida, fur
i] oi -..i.i final report and for
final 'ii-' barge .i-- Adralnisi i
afore- lid.
This 2nd day "f July, in"".
DORA BIALOLENKI,
as Administratrix of the
Estate of
ABE BIALOLENKI,
Deci I,
NORMAN R. LYONS,
Attorney for m Id Estate
7 [>.18-jJ v i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 28404-A
In Re: ESTATE OP
ALBERT M BERMAN, Deceased
T.. Ail Creditor.- and All Per* ni Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against
Bald Estate:
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and reojUlred to present any
claims an.l demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of ALBERT M. BERMAN, de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida.
to the H.m. W 1-. BLANTON, County
Judge of of Dade County, and file the
same in his office In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the data of the first publlratlon here-
of. Said claims or demands to "iit.iiri
the legal address of the claimant an.l
lo be sworn to and presented as afore-
said, or same will be barred.
Date July 17. A. D. IMS.
WALTER C. KOVNER and
MILTON It. MANNHEIMER,
As Executors of the
Last Will and Testament of
ALBERT M. BERMAN,
Deceased.
KOVNER & MANNHEIMER
420 Lincoln K- .. I
Miami Beach. F" .rlda
7/2; 8/1 '~'S
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 151809
RUTH WEINREB FINE.
Plaintiff,
-against-
PAUL FINE, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU: PAUL, FINE, care of Gen-
eral Delivery, Denver, Colorado, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
Pluint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the BUI of Complaint on
the plaintiff's attorney. MAX It SIL-
VER, 922 Seybold Building. Miami,
Florida, and file the original Ans-
wer or Pleading In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the 28th day of August, 1952. If
you fall to do so, Judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for
the relief demanded In the Bill of
Complaint.
HONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 29th day of JtJy. 1952.
E. B. LEATHEKMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Plaintiff
9L'^ Seybold Building
Miami :i2. Florida
8/1-8-15-22
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 151557
CLARA FINE.MAN KAHN,
Plaintiff,
vs.
NATHAN KAHN. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: NATHAN KAHN
c/o Kahn Bros.
1470 St. Nicholas Avenue
NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK
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
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs
Attorney, Stanley B. RICHARD,
12n I.in. ..In Road, Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, and file the original Answi
Pl.-a.ling In the office of the Clerk
of the circuit Court on or before tin
1Mb day of August. 1152. If yOU fa I
to do SO, judgment by default will
be taki n against you for the
nded In the Bill of Complaint
This notii hall be published i
each w,,-k fm four coi
in THE JEWISH FLLORID1AN,
DONE AND ORDERED at M n 1,
Florida, this ISth da) of July, A. D.
E. P.. LEATHERMAN,
t'lei I irt,
Dade County,
Seal)
By R il RICE, JR.,
Deput) Clerk
STANLEY, B, RICHARD
120 I. Il Road
Mia i lorida
7.25 s l-N-15________________________
HENRY il. ROBERTS: (Address i'.-
V.. i a e hen ': n I le l that
a omplalnt for divorce has bei
. ,n tin- 'il Uil "III t of
the K \ enth Judl lal Circul
foi i' de Count], Flo
I a No. 1! 1539, by CATHERINE
L. i;. iBERTS, and you an
I., -. n .. copy ol
,:. Bert Baser, Attorney for Plaintiff.
:,t mo liiscayne Building, Miami, Flor-
ida, and fife the original answer In
the office "( th.- Clerk of the Clr. ill
Court, "" or before August iv 1952;
otherwise s.ii.i complaint will be taken
leased by you. Dated July 17.
IMS,
i: It. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the circuit Co irt
Bv WM. W. STOCKING,
7'25 I l-S-15
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 28137 B
In Re: ESTATE OF"
CALVIN N A m -1 SEN FEED,
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims of Demands Against
Saul Estate:
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of vou. may have against the
estate of CALVIN NARCI8ENPELD.
,1. eased late of Dade County, Plor-
,,la. t.. the Hon. FTtANK 11. DOW-
LINO. County Judge of Dade County,
and file the same In his office in the
Countv Courthouse in Dade County,
F'lorida. within eight calendar months
from the date of the first pubiicat.i.u
hereof Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the claim-
ant and to be sworn to and pre-
sented as aforsesald. or same will
be barred.
Date July 14, A.D. 1952.
RUTH L. NARCIBENFELD.
As Administratrix of the
Estate of___
CALVIN NARCISENFTILD.
Deceased.
KOVNER A MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Administrates
7/18-25 8/l-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 151625
MILDRED BAKF:R. Plaintiff
HECTOR FREDERICK HAKER.
Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: HECTOR F'RF:DF:RICK BAKER
Address "Unknown"
You are required to serve a copy
of your answer to the HIII of Com-
plaint for Divorce on plaintiff's at-
torney, and to file the original inn-
er In the Office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the L'Jn.l
day of August, 1952: 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. 19Sl
E B I.EATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By WM W STACKING,
Deputy Clerk
MICHAEL M IBBNBBRG
Attorney for Plaintiff
1407 Blscayne Building
Miami. F'lorida
7 8/1-8-15
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
RE; ESTATE I F
HARRY LEVINE, also known as
II. LEVINE. Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Elnal Discharge as Executrix of the
estate of HARRY LEVINE. also
known as H. LEVINE. deceased: and
that on the 22nd day of August, 1952,
1 will apply to the Honorable County
Judges of Dade County, Florida, for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge as Executrix of the
ICstate of HARRY LEVINE. also
known as II. LEVINE deceased.
This ISth day of July. 1952.'
JEANETTE LEVINE
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Attorney for Flstate of
HARRY I.EVINF1.
also known as H. LEVINE
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< %  • V PAGE 6 •JUMfe* fkriJi3r FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1952 Our Film By LEON GL'TTEF.MAN • :952. Jewish Telef %  ; COLLECTOR'S ITEMS FROM PRIVATE MAIL: George S. Kaufman: "By the time a talent teral I • '• %  -• %  Fannie Hurst: %  < it" .. Karry Hirshfield: It'.B funny thine on earth i Edna Ferber: "W nv n are tl nd adhesive at forty."' Etra Store: I: some people had a little wits." Sophie Tucker: "The modern woman doesn t want a man wn satisfy her smallest wish; what she wants is a. man who will satisfy her biggest ones."' Danny Ktyt: "Wisdom is not only knowing when to appear ignorant, cut knowing how to keep folks from finding out what a fool you are."' Shelly Winters: A woman forgives the man who kisses without consent, but never the man who lacks the courage to she is willing."" Ed Wynn: The world is full of willing people: some willing to work, the rest willing to let thSam Lerenson: Wealthy widows arc the only second-hand goods that sell at :irst-rate prices.'" Max Shulman: The early bird cat ran, and he is welcome to it." Clifton Fadirr.an: "The only way to avoid quarreling :s to let her go her way and you go Phil Silvers: "M< ni but you < t of time making it." Abe Burrows: s me people would be happy :' they '-' %  the ney i m then Pi they ha mor.ev the::ere lit Paulelte Goddard: Whi nts • do." Kenny Youngrr.an: ITS at sted. I • • ther I it .':e E. Lewis: A man !d when I the food instead of il Helena Rubir.stein: "The woman who is vogue on I i< ie is tally vague oth< inside." Trving Berlin: "Ti • has added thousands of v. : U I our nting i used whi n it get it ?jth Roman: "When a woman lowers her voice, it's a want • • t get it Fhil Baker: "It's go* i thing that Victor Young: "II y u want to know ti. ney, try and rov Edward G. Robinson: "An onion can make peopk cry, ut there is that can maki them laug Kedy Lamarr: "God made woman .'. that man might love her. and unreasor&ble that • jht love man." Groucho Marx: He who tries to borrow money soon discovers that ail the untouchables don't live in India." Harpo Marx: "It's always the best p licy to tell the truth, unless of course you're an exceptionally liar." Lillian Hellmen: "The secret : %  :..: writing lies in striking the right kc-ys on the typewrit* Eddie Car.tor: "A truthful woman is one who never lies about anything except her age. her v. ight her husband's salary." Marlene Dietrich: Men have less courage than women: imagine a man with ten cent trying on ten suits of clothes. Judy Holliday: T if sno is not proper by t.-.at time, she n< Kirk Douglas: Some people don't min lies told about themwhat worries them is the tiu George Jessel: The wif( whi dn an s v. I si c is married to a millionaireis not nearlj who thinks so when sne s awake Martha Raye: "The k:r.d of girl | I -he kind of girl women roa-*.. George Burns: "Never put off till tomorrow what vou car. do t there may bea law against it by II it timi Sid Caesar: : • lfi %  oeciallv if she happens to • forty. Gertrude Berg: "The rn&i who :.: i a good, clevcand beautiful t want • • • ree" Dore Schary: an able creature wh has made millions of ,.'" i %  ? .;. ren C .mman Jerry Lester. ir troubles woul -ed if the --on Berle: IHerman jM PaulMur,: Advr Kunti in Surf side Elvvtion II H. Ada attorny, andidaf in th loard Election to be held il Town of Bav Harbor Islands on August 5th. Aut.-.or of A Survey Of The Legal Profession ir. Florida entJy published in the Florida Bar Journal. Ader's survey was made in conjunction with a national study of the conditions of legal practice by the Ami Foui tioi '. :. Bullel ir, ipei He graduate of N< ity Othei :n the Charter i, include Jack B personality: Samuel" Fletcher, Town Councilman: Edward %  O 'Lrary. Surfside hotelman: and j Sidney Steiner. executive setre: "' %  %  : Beach %  "• ment House Owner, A Mount Sinai s Nursing School Gives Scholarships while '' : I ticai Nursing al t Sir Hospit the W as announced this wink Id Spaet 1st of the Mount Sinai The scholarships will provide -• % %  %  -.:.'. .th :: board, books and uniforms foi the year"! course, Mrs. Spaet said. Eligible for scholarships are young women between the ages of 17 and 35. who are high school graduates and citizens of the United States. Applications are currently being accepted for enrollment in the school's next class which is scheduled for the secord week of October. The cou: -.'•-'. %  : %  %  '• instruction and clinical practice und.r the supervision of regis; tered profess Mis. Spaet indicated. "Stu I i tice at B .:. -v agijor ser • h %  • :•, surgery, pedii ti -. rs and n< w and of Bed and chronically Ided ni Sinai's S> I I Prac' ;. iation for tion. Pen n • being condu I | at 4300 Alton Road. sen 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Information Center Plans Leisure Time For Servicemen Here At a meeting held recently by i the Servicemen's Inforn r in the Miami Beach Auditoriun nl lives of 26 civnal and patriotic organizations urged that a Service• Committee be appointed to paiticipating groups for the purI pose of planning some project of entertainment and recreation for servicemen in the Miami area. Mrs. Sally Soldz subsequently announced that ladies of the Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary i are planning Sunday morning brunches for approximately 25 [ servicemen every week to be held I in the Information Center Lounge ; at the Miami Beach Auditorium. "After breakfast." Mrs. Soldz said, these men will be afforded the opportunity of spending their :t noons at one of several ocean front hotel swimming pools." In the evening, she added, they ; may either remain there to dance. an attend the Uni\ ; Pop Concerts. Mrs. Marie Volpe red substantial discounts imission prices for all servwho attend. The Symphony Club, i %  %  ted by Mis. Cla Renshaw, vici donated tickets I .'> for the fii • who apply. Tillye Wol • • %  ppointed to 1 serve JQRSCHT €0Ld M AN ISCH EWETZ matt nnn borscht ASK FOR Kosher Zion Products at your LOCAL DELICATESSEN & MARKET Make Sure It's No. 1 Distributed by uvnrsmr FOOD SPECIALTIES CO. 2<02 N.E. 2nd AVE. MIAMI Phone 3-7791 —Ardrn* —Ardmore (Left to right) Assistant Instructor Wilthelma Holt, R.N., of Mount Sinai Hospital's School of Practical Nursing giving classroom instruction to Student Nurses Jane Larson and Phyllis Dochay in correct use of hypodermic syringe. Kiddie Show At Flagler Morton Lebar. entertainment chairman of the Flagler-Granada th Community Center, has completed plans for a Kiddie Party to be held at the Center on August 9th. Prizes will be led for the most appropriate costumes. GORDON ROOHNG AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hive you. roof repaired now; you will t.v. on %  now roof liter "Setiifietory Work by Exoirnncid Men" 414 S. W. 22nd Avenue HHONK 4-aseo < FUMIGATION me NYLON TENTS IHIIII >• i, niwm •41 1ISCATNE UVD. PH. 2-3161 GET AUTOMATIC DEFROSTING AT A NEW LOW PRICE! GET SELFDEFROSTING KELVIN AT OR Model IA niuilraree) I e. ft. e I Co I d Specs • 1J-Y rreexer cW,t l • H B h. el m A >ea I • PerMkle lettec Oeel AuOMOTfl • Ready Deer Shelve. I • Twta SWI.t-CU cri^er.1 • Irtre^l,*, lrtn>leea> I Model MA rflvtlreeed n o. ft. CsidOea r HthsrW • 4S*. rroem Cfce.ll • tt.4 n. h. el SfcoH *nl • pirid.il mi I • Twfcj aebMeU Crl^enl • titrb>,l torrte! •anaMTsr.aMa'ar^^ THERE IS 4 BETTER REFRIGERATOR n $ res RICHARDSON FURNITURE-WAREHOUSE Furmlu.. fo, HOMES HOTELS and APARTMENTS 636 N. W. 24th St. Near 7th Ave. :"> %  ';"'"



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minAY. AUGUST 1. 1952 +Jmlsl>Fk>rknan PAGE 7 RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Title Suggestions For Simonhoff Book Continue To Be Received Here This Week AH AVAS ISRAEL SYNArOGUE will hold Friday evening \*,< at 6:45 p.m.. with KabSTt Sabbath scheduled for 7 Saturday morning services i!l' be at 9 a.m. Rabbi Isaac r vcr will officiate and discuss: rtBtimism. Cantor and Mrs. AarSPStoS" will be hosts at the Kiddush lollowing. Mincha is hcduU-d for 6 p.m., followed by shalos Seudos. Daily services are at %  •"•• and at 4 5 pnv • • BETH DAVID CONGREGATION will hold Friday evering services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m.. during which the Bar Mitzvah of Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Akiba Plager, will take place. Floral offerings will be by the Placer family. Mincha is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Daily services are at 8 a.m., and at 6:30 p.m. CONGREGATION BETH EL w jll hold Friday evening services at 7 p.m. Saturday morning services are scheduled for 8:30 a.m. A class in Talmud will follow at 5:30 p.m. Mincha is at 6:15 pi", with Shalos Seudos concluding the Sabbath. • • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Fnday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Guest speaker will be Dr. Donald D. Michelson, director i f the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation, University of Miami. Subj< t Of his discourse is scheduled as: Jewish Values In An Qecl Year. Cantor San uel Kel<•::•< : will render the musical portions at all services. • • MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are scheduled for 8:30 am., with Rab. i Simon April discussing the Weekly Portion. • • TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus, will officiate. NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Joseph Rosenfeld conducting and Irving Jacobson officiating. An Oneg Shabbat will follow in honor of David Lawrence Patt, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Herman J. Epstein. Mrs. Epstein will be hostess. • • • KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREI GATION will hold Friday eveni ing services at 6:30 p.m. SaturI day morning services will be at! 8:30 a.m. Evening services are' scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Cantor Abraham Seif will officiate. • • WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning services will be at 9 a.m., with Samuel Richman assisting Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Afternoon services are scheduled for 6 j>.m., followed by a talk on Ethics of the Fathers. Shalos Seudos, with Mrs. B. Harris as host, will conclude the Sabbath. • • • YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning services are scheduled for 9 am. Mincha will be at 6:45 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Dailv services are at 8 a.m., and at 7 p.m. • • CONGREGATION BETH JACOB will hold Friday evening services at 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning services will be at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Moses Mcscheloff will preach on Modern Consolations at Shalos Seudos, following Mincha at 6:30 p.m. • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold regular services Saturday morning at 9 a.m., with Reverend Rudolf E. Brill officiating. |An Oneg Shabbat will follow. • • • ISRAELITE CENTER will hold [Friday evening services at 6 p.m. Saturday morning services are 'scheduled for 8:30 a.m., when 'Rabbi Abraham Sachs will disIcuss the Weekly Portion. Letter! of regret regarding the suspension of Harry Simonhoff's column. I'll Say. continue to till the mailbox of The Jewish Floridian. The popular author has taken leave of absence to complete work on a book he is currently preparing for publication. Simonhoff, who is working on a project to draw together his observations gleaned from world travel during the past few years, has offered an Israelbond as a prize for the best title suggested by Jewish Floridian readers. Several letters received here early this week are printed below: Dear Mr. Simonhoff: As a subscriber to and an avid reader of the Floridian, I venture to suggest the following names for the book of collection* of your I'll Say articles: The Jewish Globe Trotter, and The World As Seen Through Jewish Eyes (by a Jewish Philosopher and Globe Trotter). Yours verv truly, A. S. DOUGLIS PS. Will miss your column a lot. Hope my suggestions will prove helpful. Dear Mr. Simonhoff: I regret to see your column close. I suppose you have good reasons for your decision. I sincerely hope that you will resume writing in the near future. As for the name to your forthcoming book, I don't see why you should rot use the same title as on the masthead of your weekly column. I'll Say. by Harry Simonhoff, will sound as individualistic on a book as it is distinctive as the weekly outstanding feature of The Jewish Floridian. I would strongly urge perpetuating the Dame in a permanent publication. SIDNEY H. WAGHELSTEIN • • • Dear Mr. Simonhoff: I note with regret your discontinuance of your column in The Jewish Floridian. I learned a great deal of Jewish history from reading same. In fact, vou have a freshness of viewpoint that one hardly finds in tr.e standard books, which are often stodgy and dull. You have the quality of investing past events with a reality and a connection with the present. I am waiting patiently for your book to appear. I find the selection of a title not too easy. The following occurred to me, and I hope ore of them may be of use. Allow me to suggest these: Scattered Among The Nations From Florida to India Seeds In Many Waters If you can use one of the above, I shall be very happy. SAM1IFI. 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%  PAGE 8 +Jewistin*rhfiarT_ FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1953 • • ShictL AltifLU* HELEN ALPERT Dozens of u this week certainly could have used a planei to hopSteMrom place to place. In ^.ffi^gfigigEL?*" prcttv skilfully in order to save out a little jomatm WU| L P Top of Hie list. I think, ought to go "£••* *"?*"' as Po'ak. one of two wonderful gals who offered her %  """* %  chape one for the first official Saturday night dance to entertain all the fellows at the Marine Air Base Opa-Lock.. ****** herself the mother of a servicemsn far from homfcjP"^*J? hZlp the boys know that although we look frivolous and plushy. Ibis community has plenty of fellowship for %  ••;•• hen Cur civiiiration has. been arranged so shrewdlj that when enybody does a nice thing, it's amaxing. And we rush in with coloratulatior.s. To be congratulated, therefore are severa o her wonderful females who also came over to make "•<• •• nk. were happy. In this list are Edith Coleman and Dons Livingston of Jefferson Avenue — and I remember thorn *J5"g usfd to live next door Els* Friedel and Soma Sutir. EllaJRttMn. Rita Kohn. Marian Kate. Sandy Weinman, and Barbara Rothman. I noted, that evening, a surprising thing, a Uttle ?******£ ever so welcome. Attending the dance were dozens of visiting RirlS from out-of-town, guests of other hotels such as the Casablanca Car-bean. Park L&O. Marine Terrace, Bel-A.re Savo> -Plaza1 a d Diln:onico who discovered this Saturday night frolic to be tin fulfillment of a maiden's prayer on tap. were two sergeants and 5 U This marked the opening "canteendance sponsored andCOordinated bv the Tamiami News, whose friendly publisher Hal Bergida. himself knows well what it's like to.be a GL Sparkplug wa his columnist Beverlye Keusch. Racing in from their S.W. 62nd Ave. address came her mother, father Nathan, sister and little brother to beam — at the triumph. WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER: Well there was Ben Harris wringing out a wet towel at the Johnina pool and saying that most of the folks were in its Dream B;n. 'over theie." r.e laughed, "in a smoke-filled room It was no ccucus. and they were picking no candidate. They were enjoying lh flattering lights and each other's comradeship el a weekend dingus to raise funds, via a swim-dance. Good turnout, too. On the fly. I caught introductions to Harry Klein, optometrist Dr. Sanford L. Ziff. the Jack Sternsteins — with Sally devoting herself 10 a tall frosted glass fhe devotes himself to Atlantic Television) — Councilman Morton M. Beigal and his Mrs. Councilman, and the Al Lozoffs. WANDERING ALONG THE BEAT turned up additional news. Pretty Judy Edelman has been pinch-hitting at the Otto Birn 8sency before leaving for New York with Mom Resuming her Casablanca post as social director is Fay Nye; she and her Mother have taken a summer apartment at the Mt. Royal Towers Doubling up and back on a trip is Pearl Fishbein who lands in Maine, then gets down into New Mexico to see her brother, atomic scientist at Los Alamos In a huddle bright and early Monday morning with Sam Kaplan was the Frederick Hotel's Victor Silverman Bert Lasky and her mate are also happily married to their new bedroom apartment oil Lincoln Road Vacation took Jennie Bennett on a non-stop 1.000-m.le auto drive to Tennessee, to-visit her folks. They rolled straight through in 21 hours The name-that-be!ongs-to-the-voice at Johnnie and Mack's is Elaine Zuckner. previously of the Delmonico. Her celebrated father is bandleader Danny Yates And in a month, as you know, Johnnie Feller spades up the sensational new Johnnie and Mack, three blocks long, guaranteed, he says, to stagger the world The family's summer-spot is the Allison Great piece of news will be flashed from the University of Miami, which has secured Tony Loeb as its instructor in cartoon ixg. for evening classes. IF YOU DRIFT to the Floridian Hotel docks you'll see a unique catamaran, sailing vessel built on South Seas Island principles — a huge deck across twin hulls, which renders it non-tippable and non-seasicknessab!e (my own potent and confusing word) Convt rllflinr* fr\llr\t'c tho Dr.lvrsociort IHQD \17KQ* T oraifuH ti\ A "Tropic Bird' —Ardmora Btudtoa Miss Afarcellf Filosof Marcel le Filosof To Marry In Fall The engagement of their daughter, Marcelle, to Donald Andrew Kaplan. h3s been announced by Mr. and Mrs. Abram I Filosof, 840 Lenox Avenue, Mi1 ami Beach. Formerly of Paris. France, where she received her schooling, 1 Miss Filosof came to the United States in February. 1950. The bridegroom-elect, son of 'Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Kaplan. 5360 I.aCioree Drive, attended iShcnandoah Elementary and Mi'ami Beach High Schools. He is a graduate of the University of Florida, where he was a member of Pi Lambda Phi Fraternity. ; A veteran of the Army, Mr. Kap! Ian is also the founder and head I of the Flagler Insurance Agency. The couple plan a late Fall marriage on Miami Beach. Mildred Siegel Weds Bernard Rose In New York; Bride Chooses Chantilly Lace On June 29th afternoon, at the Westover Hotel in New York City. Miss Mildred Siegel. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sieg : el, 7918 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, became the bride of Mr. Bernard Rose, New York City. The former Miss Siegel wore a gown of chantilly lace ballerina-length, beaded WI h seed pearls. Her veil was an off-theface cap shape to match her •own. The bridal bouquet was composed of orchids and lily-ofthe-valley arranged on a white Bible. She wore a family heirloom necklace which was her only jewelry. Rabbi B. Aranscn, of New York City, performed the ceremony. Bridal attendants were the former Miss Siegel's sisters. Mrs. Edward Dockson. of Miami Beach, and Mrs. Svlvia Schaehnovsky, of Monticello. New York. The groom'.-attendants were his brothers. Private Sol Rosenblum and Mr. Irving Rosenblum. After a wedding trip to Lake George 1 and Canada, the couple will reside in New York City, where Mr. Rose is engaged in business. \1 ax ;.£ an fourth persivelv campaigning to bring the i tormarces with major syrr.phoni rntsiU m^Whim t., 200 bv orchestras throughout the United I States. His mast recent concert total new memberships to 200 by Sunday," he added. The Campaign, which will cul| % %  with, the Cleveland Symmir.ate at the end of the High'phony Holiday Season, will be highlighted by a Victory Dinner, at which time awards will be distributed to the successful winners in the contest. Going Formal? Tamara Chapter Has Splash Party Sunday On Sunday evening, August 3rd, at the Blackstone Hotel Pool and Patio, the Tamara Chapter, Mizrachi Women's Organization, will hold a Splash Party and Swim. Co-chairmen of the event are Mrs. Sadie Rosch and Mrs. Charlotte Shalom. Proceeds are for the orphans in Israel. during which he played the Tschaikowsky Piano Concerto in B flat major. Brother of Mr. Joseph Sorin, ; Samuel Sorin is the son of Mrt iAnna Sorin Bild, 1771 SW 4th Street, Miami. ]*-nnon 70 jvnne? PARKWAY Kosher 1255 S.W. 22nd St. Phone 9 OKI formal that it cleaned, styled, p fitted. Comp'ete outfits II including shoes. m -^M PHONE 48-2084 UNIVERSITY CJ MEN'S SHOP 2828 Ponce De Leon Boulevard Coral Gables & urdities,._. M < Su^^u &,*, the home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS •i*g. U.S. pat. off. Miami Miami Beach Ft. Lauderdale West Palm Beach Morris Brothers 1261 Washington On Miami Beach IT'S SENSATIONAL SALE! GIRLS' SWIM SUITS from a famous California maker VALUES TO S7.95 VALUES TO $11.95 $2.95 One and two piece styles faille lastex. nylon lastex shirred Genims ... in bold bright colors or novelty prints Sizes 7/14, 10 16 SPEND YOUR SUMMER VACATION IN THE BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS OSCEOLA LAKE MNN ON LAKE OSCEOLA HENDERSONVILLE. N. C. 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r mAY. AUGUST 1, 1952 personally Speaking Word has been received here of the birth of Georgette Lynn to First Lieutenant and Mrs. Edward I. Gross at Elmendorf Air Force Ease, Alaska. Lieutenant Gross and his family will return 10 their home in Miami Springs next Fall. + Mrs. Herman Bohrer. ct 721 West Avenue. Miami Beach. left for New York last July 22nd, following the death cf her father. Mr. Joseph Maletzky. '+ <* Returning to their horn* in Los Angeles. California, after vising Mr. and Mrs. Benny Goldfarb. 246 Jefierson Avenue. Micrr.i Beach, are Mr. and Mrs. Milton Rosenblatt and sons. Stevie, Michael and Randy. The Goldfarbs are Mr. Rcsenblait's parents. Mrs. Gladys S. Bruckner, of Miami, left by plan* for New York, where she will visit her daughter, Mr3. E3td Mrs. Eli N. Argintar announce the birth of their IMV 9 Ellen Ruth cn J ul Y 18th. Mrs. Argintar is the former I =rc:a Sable. Maternal orandmolher is Mrs. Mae Sable. Paprnal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Arcintar. ii Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintmr. of 1510 SW 25th Avenue. Miami. e moved to the Prince Michael Hotel for the rummer. .. •ille v' vaca,Ion arrivals ct the Osceolc Lake Ir.n. Her.derson^ • Aorth Carolina, include Victor Levine. Nathan Schwartz, frs nt ^ rS S,anl9 Y Kl'ne and daughter, Audrey, Mr. and tos n Cor n, Mrs. H. Furman and son, Joseoh, Mr. and lb*' M V d R me Mr and Mr3 Arthur Schwartz, Mr. < JW oH and da uabter. Judy, Mrs. Morris Cohen, u 3 Q r and Mr. and Mrs. M. Stiller. •j J6*Hjb n*rM**n PAGE 9 Miami Hebrew School Opentt Month Early Miami Hebrew School and Congregation w.D open its scliool on Monday, August 4th, one month earlier than usual, it has been announced by Dave Kleber, than man of the Board of Education. Registration and elasses will be I held every day from 9 a.m., until j 12 noon, during August. Stud%  ents from six years of age up I are eligible to attend. I Rabbi Simon April, spiritual I leader and principal, announced > that the faculty includes Mrs. I Rebecca Kelemer. who formerly i taught at the Hebrew Academy, I and Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Apartment 4ironp Hears Dr. Uilbert The second social membership meeting of the Miami Beach Apartmert Association will be held on Monday, August 4th, 8 p.m., at the Blackstone Hotel, according to Dan,el M. Broad, president. Speaker of the eve-ins \ill be Dr. Michael M. Gilbert, Miami psychiatrist, who will speak on: The Place Of Psychiatry In The Practice Of Medicine. Dr. Gilbert was formerly associated with the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Michigan, Veterans Administration ard the Occupational analysis section of the War Manpower Commission and US Employment Service. Max Azar, local humorist and story-teller, will conclude the program. Ring Theater Auditions | Tryouts For New Play Tre Rirg Theatre auditioned jtryoi-ts last night for Gramercy Ghost, its second production of the 1S>52 summer season. The fantasy by John Cecil Holme will be directed by Profewor Fred Koch, Jr., chairman, of the University of Miami Drama Department and director of the Ring Theatre. Gramercy Ghost will open at the Ring ort August 25th, and run through September 5th. LIBERAL CONGREGATION seeking experienced choir singer lo sing with amateur choir for Friday night services and assist Cantor with Congregation. Phone 48-8073 foi appointment. Israelite Center Meets To Adopt Constitution The Israelite Center w 11 hold a regular meeting on Tuesday evening. August 5th, 8 p.m. Hy Morris will preside. Ths second and third readings of the Constitution and its adoption will take place at that time. IN THE MAIL Mr. Fred Shochet, Jewish Floridian. Dear Sir: Would you be good enough to permit us to call attention, by way_ of your Letters to the Editor department, to the August issue of Coronet Magazine,as therein is contained on pages 109 to 124, a magnificent pictorial story of Israel. Since one picture is said to be more impressive than a thousand words, we urge your readers to see for themselves. Ard may we take this opportunity to thank you for your constant and complete cooperation. We ere ever grateful for this. Mrs. George M. Cohen Cantor Aaron Weingarten Beth Jacob Appoints Cantor Weingarten The Board of Directors cf Congregation Beth Jacob, at a special meeting he'd this week, unanimously elected Cantor Aaron Wtingarten to serve as cantor' and musical director for the Congregation. Cantor Weingarten is a descendant of an Israeli family and is a graduate of the Palestine Conservatory of Musica and t.ne Israeli Institute of Musical Science. He has served as cantor in the Beth Midrash HagadoL the largest synagogue in Tel Aviv, was a frequent radio artist on the Kol Yeruahalayim program in Jerusalem. Since his arrival in this country, he his served as car.tor at the B'na: Zin Congregation. Los .'.ngeles. California. Cantor Weinga.tc-n will asMSOM his dut.es at Beth Jacob on August 15th. Rabbi 35. married, pleasant and congenial p:.ror.ality. dynamic leader, forceful speaker, excellent religious and secular background, university graduate, efficient in moat phases of Jewish education and youth activities, with 10 years experience in the Rabbinate, vacaticnir.g now in Miami, would like to settle in Florida. Please write P. O. Box 1392, Miami Beach. HEBREW TEACHER Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center seeks fully qualified full time Hebrew Teacher. Call 48-7641 after 6 p.m. WANTED Nice middle-aged lady for a companion — good home and no work. Fhone 86-2389. Masada Swim-Deuce The Rtndale Hotel will be [hosts to Masada Mia:ri Beach I Young Zionist District, at its I Swim Social tomorrow evening. The pool will be opened at 9 Ip.m., announced Jerry Miller, so; cial chairman. *5W WW y"T TT3t *peiip*n ^Sa yw ivti Aabbi Joseph £. Rackovak-r MS Michigan Avenne Miami Beach Phone 5 3595 Cantor & Teacher Wishes year-round or High Holiday position, anywhere in Florida. Experienced in leading congregational singing, fine musical and scholarly background. Write: Cantor E„ Box 2973. Miami 18. MR. EMPLOYER If you need help Phone us please—9-0006 Thank you DE LUXE PLACEMENT Albert H. Jeavons, Owner Editor, Jewish Floridian. Dear Sir: Permit me to correct several I items in your. Personally Speak| ing column published last week. The party given Mr. and Mrs. G. Kalrr.onson on their departure to New York was arranged by a group of friends, of which I was I ore. Such parties are given very often, but they are not organiza' tional and are never reported at meetings. Ths same correct ; on is applicable to the farewell party given Mrs. L. Tishler. William Peskoff. Secretary, Workmen's Circle Branch No. 692 ifi Formal Rental Service I We maintain our own tailoring Idepi.. therefore, perfect fit and | prompt service assured. Coral Gables Men's Shop 12527 Fonce de Leon 83-6862 Lincoln Manor j^/3 Caterers 2 LINCOLN ROAD — ON THE OCEAN Highest Quality Catering at Lowest Possible Prices Private Air-Conditioned Banquet Rooms for 25 to 600 Weddings Bar-Mitrvaha Buffets Garden Parties At Lincoln Manor, Your Home or Hotel Air-Conditioned Wedding Chapel Free Parking on Premises Phone 58-5669 R^HOROWfTZ-HURGMtETEW A T Z O H S and' Mrs. Mrs. B. Dun %  h a ? c 7 1 a 99an Inn, Hendsr80nville, North Carolina, announcir c H M Wing new vaca,i n arrival* from the Miami area: %  V c^ M' Louis %  Kr nskv. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Trauriq, bcrl a David Pavlow MB. 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-Jewist jgJS FRIDAY, AUGUST U ^ %  J P : — T^iHentrComplete Welfare Studies Here Mrs. Prosser, lller NCJW Jtholars from 3 Cont.nent sj^^^ MTii^ Solomon Perform Here On Sunday Izlcr Solomon will be featured as guest conductor during the sixth of the Pop concert series given by the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra on Sunday evening. August 3rd. 8:30 p.m.. at the Beach Municipal Auditorium. Sharing the stage with Mr. Solomon will be the American Soprano. Irma Johnston Prosser. Mrs. Prosser will be heard in works bv Hauerbach. Friml. Jerome Kerns. Sigmund Romberg and Oscar Straus. Compositions scheduled to be performed by the University Orchestra include the Overture "to the Merry Wives of Windsor, by Nicolai. the Irish Suite, bv Anderson, the American Suite, by Gould, the Arkansas Traveler, by McDonald, and March Slav, by Tschaikowsky. Mr. Solomon has made guest appearances in leading music centers throughout the United States and Canada since last January. Earlier, sharing the tour othe Israel Philharmonic Orchestra with the late Serge Kou?s<-vit7ky and Leonard Bern... ':-., %  won a marked >' %  • of acclaim which added 1 :.e Alice M. Ditson Aw>rd ented him in 1950. Prossi i tists a: P I -• • %  %  :.. Percy Rector Stevens and Richard Bonnelli and u ned proft • xperienci over a period of ten years in radio network concerts." She has .->.'.<•> ap: ,-i in Carmen and Marta with the Bonstell Opera Comv, Dttmit. Michigan. ELISHEVA ROSENBAUM FOR V PRINTING Call TWIN CITY PRES S. Inc. 120 N.E. SIXTH STREET Phono 3-7121 i. After completing studies in ;the most advanced American techniques of social work and .education, six foreign specialist have recentlv left this country to bring the benefit of their new (knowledge back to their respective homelands, all communities I where these skills are in dire j I shortage. GMJCC Agrees On Contract With Center Employees The Greater Miami J. i unity Center late last week %  i a union contract o| its working staff. 1 agi ni y-employi e agrei n i j s D( | be the fust such n up and accepted by a cenition in the South. Following hard upon the heels f 14 monl mtract negotia. GMJCC employees now have virtual assurances regardma working conditions, methods for presenting grievances, sick leaves and holidays. The agreement was reached after some staff workers banned together in an effort to clarify their status. The new contract recognizes the GMJCC Employees Union ; which will constitute the collective bargaining agent for member workers. Further clarification on the basis of employment, temy status, hours, leaves, resions, dismissals and salarare included in the agreement's articles. Non-union em,ployees will be accorded like tment t<> be nrovided for in |a personnel practices code. Members of the Union Negotiating Committee who participated in the deliberations were i Harry Shamis, Esther Shrago and Jewel Shachat. The Greater Miami Jewish Community Center ICon-mittee included Harold Thurman. Fred K. Shochct. Isidore i Simkowltz. Mrs. Miriam Siikin and Sam Seitlin. The six were recipients of scholarships awarded by the National Council of Jewish Women, and they bring to 74 the number of students trained here in various fields social work, nursu: v school and special education, clinical psychology, child psychiatrv and graduate nursing—and returned to fifteen countries since the inception of the program in 1946. Three of the latest group are from Israel, one is from Italy. one from Holland and one from Australia. Batvah Jassy. an Israeli pioneer in the field of school social work and former assistant to the director of the Tel Aviv Welfare De• • has returned to Tel Aviv with two years of advanced nnsylvania School of s W :*compli ted. turned to Israi l are m, who spent one year studying nursery school at the B..k Street Col. :. N-. w York City, and G" nia Blidstein. who studied at the B<>sI ton University School of Social Work. Carla Aghib, 28-year-old medical social worker, has returned to her native Italy alter two years of intensive study at the Universitv of California School of Social Welfare in Berkeley. A naif Milan, she explained there is great need for improved understanding of medical social kor in Italy, because it is among the newest of welfare services there. Returning to the Netherlands, Klara Oudkerk, case work expert, said she had been struck by the difference between the social attitudes of the American and Dutch Jewish communities. There is far less intermingling between Jews and non-Jews in. this country than in Holland, she commented. She estimated the present Jewish population of her country at 18.000, as against 150.000 before the war. Australian social worker Leila Chapman Whiting is returning to Melbourne after two years of case work study at the U niversity of LEGAL NOTICE Pennsylvania School of Social Work The former Miss Chapman married an American, J. Frank Whiting, during the term of her cnology. studies in Philadelphia. Mr. Whiting is en route with his wife to Melbourne, where he nlans t 0 i complete his own studies in psy. ADRIAN McCUNE Real Estate Consultant 203 First Federal Bldg. PHONE 3-7798 LEYI PLUMBING COMPANY ••Established 1924" 2141 S.W. 3rd St. Call 9-1416 Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Represented by Simon Pelden Look for the 2-Story White Budding Thurmond Monument Co. 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W. 3rd St Phone 87-8201 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the underxlRned. desiring t %  • engage in bualneaa under the firililuiiN name 'if VENETIAN VILLAS, ; ,i L'J:,-I;U'7 Colllm Avenue, .Miami Beach, Florida, int.mis in register said name with the Clerk "f the Circuit Court .f Dade County. Horida. IRMA EHRLJCHMAN, 225-27 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida MORTON ROTHENBERt! Attorney for Irma Bhrllchman 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida S I-8-1S-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring in engage in butdncsa under tinfictitious, name "f ROCK-A-BYE CHll.h CARE SERVICE, at ::n Lincoln Road, suit.805, % %  in register said name with the Clerk "f the Circuit Court of County, Florida. MltS. FRANCES BRICK 7 18-23 > %  l-v ACE RUG CLEANERS 26 S.W. 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FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1952 iawuel friedtewl Appointed First.. Irandeis FeNow Sair.ii I Fricdland, chairman of ird of Fod Fair Stores, i n rained one of the .,' Fcilews df Brandeis Univer. • Walttum, I gg,, .-.-. ool of[j a )s nnnonnci ci'k. Fri< Hand i s M 38 rr.en nil r "' womn appointed tail Fellows of Irandi is. S e 1 cted from men nd women disinguished in the ir ts and scienc. •s and prommFrteaiana n t in the business and professorial life of communities hroughnut the nation, the Felows wire singled out on the basis < i their active interest in he divi lopment of Brandeis. Won.m named are Miss Susan Jranrii is "t New York, daughter ( i late Justice for whom jrand' is, of New York, daughter tlrs. Max Richter, of New York, nd M Lutie Goldstein, of San ii. Fellows represent 16 itns n 13 states. Last ir.onth Brandeis awarded legre:to the 101 members of iduatir.gclass. Located on D 181-aCM country campus iear Boston, the university numcrs a student body of more than ind women, drawn from 10 states and eleven foreign nations. vAI +Jml§§i fkrilrtr PAGE 11 Beach Branch Adds New Course To Activity The Beach Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, 1536 Bay Road, announces the addition of an Arts and Crafts Course to its activities. Starting with leathercraft, the group held its first meeting last night, with Jerry Meslin as instructor. tor lit I Pa tie Men [Mt'vi On Tuesday The Men's Club of the North bade Jewish Center will meet j evening) August 5th, at p.m. Co-chairmen of the Cabaret light Dance, Sy Levine and Bert prays r\, will present reports on he function scheduled for Saturday night, August 16th. Reports on the Bowling team, by Herb Marrow, and on the Blood tank, by Barney Kaufman, will I e heard. (nils Laxatives —finds amazing relief [Had tried method after method lo relieve constipation, until I lost Ulth admits New Jersey woman. rThen I started to eat Kellogg's ku-PMN daily and was amazed fi the fine results!" Delicious UL-BRAM may bring back your \ 1 regularity if suffering lias been due to lack of bulk in pet. It's the only type ready-topt cereal that supplies all the bulk you may need, ALL-BRAN is rich I i in cereal protein, pro| %  > f.il I? and D vitamins. [ %  rmlng. Eat Va cupful [ VL:-BRAN daily: drink I Is. If not satisfied [ tend empty carton Battle Creek, Mich., BLE YOUR MONEY BACK! <* ^ !" l A !" J.BIHNBAUM P gr m D'rctor Associate Director WlNZ Proudly Presents YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR NOW — Twice Weekly Sunday 12 Noon | Tu *day^, ning phL Sunday — 1:15 p #M< Our New Feature "AROLD SHAPIRO PEOPLES 'PROBLEMS E !" T Tuesday. Apartment Group X II mes MantelU Feuer To Oifiee The Miami Beach Apartment Association elected Director John Mantell as treasurer and William I. Feuer as a member of the Board, it was announced by Danlel M. Broad, me^ident. Mantell, owner of the Mar.tell Plaza Apartment Hotel, is one of the city's early apartment house and-hotel builders. A resi| dent of Miami Beach for the j past twenty years, Feuer is a I member of the firm of Feuer ar.d I Eisenstein and president of the i Feuer and Ossip Insurance Ag1 enev. Gables B'nai B'rith Sponsors Dance Sunday Coral Gables B'nai B'rith Men i 1 and Women will sponsor a dance Ion Sunday evening, August 3rd, : in the Driftwood Room of the Nautilus Hotel. Proceeds will go l to the philanthropic agencies of the Order. Top Refrigeration Values WOLPERT ucmcFOor GBPEFRIQEIWOR with full-width freezer and de luxe features! ll-cu-ft SPACE MAKER REFRIGERATOR We could talk all day about the wonderful features of this beautiful new G-E Refrigerator! It has an Across-the-Top Freezer, rustproof aluminum shelves, full-width chiller, plus the features illustrated—and more! FamousG-EsnuIcdin refrigerating system assures you of years of dependable service. The sroof is ic the record! -** We have smaller G-E models, too! Come in and see them today! Big Rolla-Drawert! Hold up to y* bushel of fresh fruits and vegetables! Butter Conditioner! Keeps butter just right for easy, wastolcss spreading! New! Space Maker Door Shelves! Places much-used items right'at your finger Ups! 1200 Coral Way Company Authorized dealer GENERAL^ ELECTRIC Ml



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FR-DAY. AUGUST 1, IS52 Unisf fkririt >r PAGE 13 Charge Misleading Representation In Federation Report On .YOM#' NEW YORK (WNS) — A charge that misleading reprcsc i t l ns were contained in the recent announcement by the Council of Federation* and Welfare Funds with regard to community ns to the report of the Evaluative Studies Committee of the N ,1 Community Relations Advisory Council was made ths wee k by the Anti-Defamat;on League in a letter by Benjamin R FoM BBTJ C1 Brooklyn, N. Y ; John e 142.1 N. W. 60th St.. Miami. i the !ith day of Auust. %  %  during the legal houra of aale, u-iily between 11:00 forenoon and |W> in the afternoon, at the front jwof :6-U s VV. th Street. Miami. porlda, the ui.dei signed anall offer IP "le to the highest bidder for W in hand, the above described i goodl and personal effect!1 the propt-ity ofMildred Armstrong, liiict Ort.han, Ruby Childers. BetKvant, Mrs. Iwiura Carman, i'.-ank eitmui.d Ib.bert Harrelson. Charles |" edy. ifpenhelmer, Lillle Per• Perl Ross, Mrs. H. L. Rose. I. 1&JS& • l h Brlduea. DATED H Miami, Florida, this 30th of July, 1952. Abbotts Announce j^f Birth Of Son Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. Abbott, of 4294 Nautilus Drive, Miami Beach, announce tne oirtn 01 their son last Tuesday at Mount Sin3i Hospital. The new arrival weighed i r at 6'? pounds. Obituaries PRANCES RINGER 'U, I NJ BW 2nd Street. Miami. al-<\ on July 2Hh, In a local hoxpli •! She 1survived by a ion, l ap' ••' -nf 1 daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Parker. She .,, .!...a. K.bi-it. Services wen i n July 2i.th. at "Thr Miami Rtvarside". Continued jrom Page 1) ment: "Mr. Epstein apparently itual disinheritance" of Jewish children here. "We have been carefully observing the pi ogress being made by the Hebrew Academy on Miami Beach," Palmer indicated, "and after viewingthe practical success of that institution, we were impressed with the need for another all-day school in the area. The Beth El Academy will be Miami's first." Divided into two main departrrtnts, the school will service the needs of a secular and religious course of study. Drawn uo by the Dade County Board of Public Instruction, the English curriculum will be under the advisement of Miss Eloise Hatfield, principal of the Shenandoah Elementary School. Jewish studies are scheduled to be supervised by Dr. Swirsky. "Essentially, the dual program will aim at establishing a pattern of harmony between American ideals and Jewish principles," the s piritual leader indicated. CoursDa I.a Tuente, and three grandchildren, Joel, Robert and Roaalyn. Servicewere .11 July ..'in. ill %  iMMiaml Riverside", with l>r. Jacob II. Kaplan officiating, interment was in the Temple li-rael Sectioi, of Woodlawn I'aik Cemetery. 1 es of study already arranged for presentation include: The His' tory Of Jews In Th2 United States And Their Contribution To American Development, The 1 Life Of Jews Abroad, The Place 1 Of Israel In The World. The I Ideals Of The Bible And Jewish i Literature. The Meaning Of The j Sabbath And Festivals, The CusItoms And Practices Of The Syn! agogue and The Richness Of The 1 Hebrew Language And Writings. 1 In a subsequent statement. Rabbi Swirsky announced that the Academy Medical Board will be under the supervision of Dr. Charles Rosenfeld, pediatrician, I and Dr. George Einhorn, dentist. Lunches prepared by a dietitian ?re also being arranged for, he 'said. Final plans call for students' being picked up by school station wagons. Enrollment is in EI>WARI> I. BROTMAN S3, of KL'l BW 6th Avenue, died on July 28tb, in a local hospital. Ma ixuivlved by his wife. I.ilyan, a 101), l-eo, and two daughter*, Shirley 8ef•I and Harriet Brotman. ftemajnl were sent to New fork City f'.r services and interment by "The .Miami liivei side", ROSA Km'II 7f, ..f 221", BW J8th Street. Miami, died ..n July 26th. Sue is survived by her husband, Emit, and two daughters. Emilie Wyand and Laura Knowlea, Bh also ktavea three grandchildren, Eugene, Janet and Laura. ... v ,,. ueie on July t8th, ;.t "The Dr. Shmaryahu T. Swirsky charge of Joel Zalis, chairman of the Education Committee. Information may be obtained at 9-3004. Miller Electric Co. Quality Contracting and Service 820 S. W. 4th St. Phone 3-2477 RACHEL MKSDKIiHiN IS, Of 2116 BW 23id Street. Miami died on July 27th. A resident here for the past 3fi years, she Is survived by three sons. Sie. G. Louis and Julius, and two daugnters. IJertha If. Hi.ltsberg and Matilda Kuperherr She also leaves a brother. Charles Goldstein, one sister, Nettie LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ALLIED INSURANCE AGENCY, at I2> N. E. First Street, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MR. LOUIS GOLDSTEIN 8/l-8-K.-r2 ll-H NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CORAL GABLE 8 'CHILDREN'S SHiiK SHOP, at 2328 I'once l'e I


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PAGE 14 9-k^lstncrkHor FRIDAY. AUGUST l, ^ %  Rabbi Mescheloff During The Week ...AS I see it Speaks A t B each 3 B T LEO MINDLIN Mizrachi Dinner Wffl not intrude upon our saner Rabb, Mo^ Mesche.off^^esi^ noises of.boastful poUtics ^not JM^^ 2E5S2ft^ Flagler Religious Board Plans Two School Sessions understanding at least for ^'^^Ze^int^ knowlAtonal Fund Council andI nonChicago Democratic Convention ha%e gone home, ^ ^ prcslden t of the Miami etts delegation who seized a micr pacified the assemblage in the face bv a smouldering newspaper. On. thing i. certain The co £%*££< ^^h, h eat of many often honorable Democrats Tmboha^ I*riectiy ^ the heads present and caused •"^fS.Tta'SSvitta of Party Conanalomy of those who *g*&J^jggS\£ feeling that ventions. Observers could not help but •""' n h d under the mad. little puppets who f*&*^S£?JX£ downward. The newly formed Board of Religious Education of the Flag,h, UUml Beach M.jrach, WornmCT gone „ would argue against hf Proposition the walked about on their skulls while deliberating the immediate P !" blems ff £* ine the State of Israel and describe the methods being emptied to solve them. Mrs Emanuel Karger will be toast "master of the unction whose proceeds are scheduled for a special Israeli project. Mrs. J. Brenner is in charge of the arrangements. rtewssrs fes ££gg is precisely the crux of the Democratic leaders Those aware of Colonel Jacob Arvey's behind-the-scenes \J* I a jon has appi .oved_a schedule of Federation Lists Meeting Schedule SuSirSKveTis precisely the crux of the Democratic leaders er Miami Jew ish FederrSse Those aware of Colonel Jacob Arvey's behind-the-scenes ac^ I at|Qn has oved a schedule of tivitv know that the nomination process was more a hoax than a tings for the Board of Govrepresentaion of the people's choice and that the apparent Draft and the Executive ComStevenTon Movement iiTirtually the most blatant example of power mUtee fof the c0ming year ac I cording to an announcement by .. Federation President, Carl Weincomparative newcomer in his field. | kle Interviews Mrs. Proaser, Izler Solomon On WKATI Mrs. Marie Volpe will im l view Irma Prosser, soprar.o an Izler Solomon, guest eonducto, tomorrow evening, 6:30 Dm er Station WKAT. Both a "rt3 will appear at the sixth Pop Coi cert on Sunday evening. A UKI 3rd, at the Miami Beach Aud torium. Herman Feldman, chairman, announced early this week that a new Hebrew Teacher will be hind for the Fall term The Board is also planning to hire teachers and run the school on a double session basis due to limited classroom facilities. Classes will be scheduled from 9 30 to 11 a.m.. and from 11 until 12:30 p.m.. Feldman said, curricular activities will be provided for students who find it necessary to remain at the Center due to transportation difficulties. Stevenson politics observed in a long time. sidelight liecti^'o^Senate'V^^rVhan-to-the Go^ morshipof hta State Needless to say. this ambition was frustrated when Chicago Democrat Arvey pressed upon him the duties of his current position while insuring the election of Paul Douglas 'who. in turn, yearned for the Governorship! as United Slates Senator from Illinois In any case. Stevenson has demonstrated his ability beyona any reasonable doubt. The scope of his office nevertheless proved as narrow as Stevenson feared; despite his broad ambition and obvious excellence, few people heard of him until just a few weeks ago. The meeting schedule officially submitted for the Board of Governors and Executive Comttee is as follows: September 2nd. Executive Committee: September 9th. Board of Governors: September 23rd. Executive Committee; October 7th. Executive Committee: October 21st. Executive Committee; nber 11th. Executive Com1 mittee; November 25th. Board of Governors; December 2nd. Executive Committee; December 16th. Executive Committee; DeObscurity notwithstanding, the fact remains that the highest Democratic Partj i ei elor.s began working toward a Stevenson nomon as earlv'as last December. I first heard of the effort then inclined to accept it as an accomplished fact should President Harry S. Truman fail to run. Unless Primary elections are completelv worthless as an mm( ( ,. | b(-r 30th Board 0 f Governors. cation of national trends, few observers would have disputed the j anuary 13, 1953, Executive fact that Tennessee Senator Estes Kefauver was a favorite for nom|c 0 mmittee; Februarv 3rd. Execination at the opening of the Convention. At least, he had pledged utJV(i Comrnitt ce: March 3rd. Exim a majoritv of the country's delegates. In the face of this majority, Kefauver was swept from his promising position by the synthetic draft action. It would be safe to say that Governor Stev:.'.reluctance >t< n med soley from his unwillii gin to be iden: h President Truman's sponsorship and that, above all. he sought to be catapulted into no political chicanery and promise of later allegiam % % %  In any case, it is undeniable that the Democratic Convention had little to do with the nomination of Adlai Stevenson. Its outcome also served to place into a poor light the Primary election device. But this pre-Chicago fait accompli must in no manner be .confused with the Illinois Governor's virtue as a nominee There is muchpf Theodore Roosevelt in his voice and oratory. There is more of woodrow Wilson in his vocabulary, intellect and still unexplored possibility. There is almost none of Franklin Delano Roosevelt's cunning practicality yet apparent in his nature. There at this point. Stevenson, the man. a most fortunate candidate despite the tasteless, secret action attending his choice. ecutive Committee; March 24th, Executive Committee; April 15th, Board "t Governors: April 21st, Executive Committee; May 5th, Executive Committee: May 18th. Executive Committee; and May 21st, Annual Meeting. "We are issuing this advanced announcement in order to guarantee maximum attendance at these meetings by the leadership of community organizations who 1 are members of the Board and the Executive Committee," President Welnkle stated. Hebrew Academy Group Hold Gala Fun Night A Gala Fur. Night sponsored by the Hebrew Academy Women's What the Democratic Convention in eflect became was a bloody 1 for the conflict between the ostensibly liberal North and the states' rights South. With Fair Employment Practices the thorniest Organization will be held on Sunquestion, delegates heard Georgia Governor Herman Talmadge in day evening, August 17th. 8 p.m., an oration on the subject of delivering America into the hands of a t the Town and Beach Club. Negroes, while North Carolina Governor James Byrnes echoed in Scheduled to include dancing, slightly more acceptable terms this same malicious view. jswimming, a barbecue and card' It remained for Texas Governor Allan Shivers to draw a none games, the affair has been artoo subtle distinction between his state's political organization and the National Democratic Parly. The threat of a Southern bolt was obviously implied here. The subsequent acceptance of the South Carolina, Virginia and Louisiana delegations as accredited representatives to the Convention, despite their failure to sign the loyalty pledge, proved the North's desparate desire to maintain a semblance of unity. But few can deny that the Dixiecrat attitude is as vigorously alive as it was in 1948. It is no secret that its adherents were dissatisfied with the 1952 Democratic Platform and the RooseveltHarriman-Lehman-Humphrey civil rights plank therein. Perhaps j Adlai Stevenson spoke unadvisedly in his welcoming address when he humorously referred to the Republican Convention's carnage as proper in view of the Amphitheatre's proximity to Chicago's stock yards. The Democrats seemed little more friendly. ranged for the Academy's Scholarship Fund. Arrangements are j in charge of Mrs. Roy S. Sitomer and Mrs. Harold S. Kaufman. See or Phone NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Lite In*. Co. 907 Biacayne Bldg. 19 W. Flagler St. ONLY THE NEW'52 1 REFRIGERATOR HOME FREEZER HAS No Moving Paris — Stays Silent Forever WORLD'S ONLY FREEZING SYSTEM m AT GOES INTO ACTION WITH A CHANGE OF EVEN ONE DEGREE YOUR CHOKE OF lN TERlOR COLOR DECORATION COME IN TODAY! "One Of The Souths "LI.-t and I Largest Distributor*" Miami Bottled Gas, Inc.| 101 W. Flagler Street Miami Phone 3General Offices 800 N. W. 73rd STREET Phone 84-0671 HEALTH RESORT MOTELSANITARIUM roe mn. coHvausctiM % %  aw aoTcouJ In his Friday evening address, President Truman missed an opportunity to ingratiate himself with American Jewry when he spoke of mutual security aid and various Near Eastern nations while failing to mention Israel. As I see it. the Truman oversight was deliberate. Recent MSA discussion in the Senate engendered much ill-will toward the administration and its Israel attitude. This gives sufficient cause for curiosity about Adlai Stevenson's position on the question. Already, many Washington officials have gone on record in opposing the new stale's uncut allocation. But the greatest disservice was that of Eugenie Anderson and India Edwards who propagated further half-truths and falsehoods about Germany's democratic development and health of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Intelligent observers know that NATO is hardly strong enough to support the weight of its own ambitious structure, let alone to fend off the materialization of any impending Soviet onslaught. Such crude misinformation is worse than misIt ading; it may soon catch the American public napping. A£ for German "democracy" — well, I can hardly think about it without becoming furious. • ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATION O I I I I T S Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at 2-4366 A A Strictly Kosher Live Poultry Market. Inc. 315 317 North West 5th Street Under the Supervision of RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY and ~-_._. n RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF Shochet On Premises Da.ly Free Delivery Service Call 2-3673 MORTGAGE LOANS HENRY E. WOLFF CO. *-M* INSURA Net 170 UNP.OIN ROAD MIAMI BEACH. FLA PHONC S-?')7R > e*irvi( CtmpHJ commercial social hotel CO Ming monojf to'' %  rvi tali an' nil wedding onnowncm# dial 2-8164 *1 n....ixth .'••] miami ,,f



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IrMDAY. AUGUST 1.1952 v\ -i* vv*/Y \< i A.-• +Jewish norkHan *l PAGE 15 LEGAL If OT1CE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE vmTICK IS HKRKBY GIVEN by .MI,-lined •>! 'he discontinuance I'^.h. use if the flctitiou. name. JSoMWBTA'M THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COU'.TY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 15:585 NNK PANT. >NE, Plaintiff, PAN NIC. Pcf. nilarit. SUIT FOR .DIVORCE .-'• .-,t Nell Y.nk p ntone, are hen bj BUI .'f Complaint for filed against you. : .• i t.i serve %  copy or Pleading to the on the plaintiffs • .I VF'.KS, IIKIMAV a KM' IX, •' Seybold Huii'iiiiK, Miami, rile the original Answet I' n the .'in. i ih. i' • li hi i i Court .in ,it' before the \ i| let, 1952. if you r.iii Km. nl !* %  default will be %  you roi the '• %  li.-f de;in Bill of Complaint. • shall lie published once hue. i foui "ii-.-• %  it11\•• neeki in i V.ISH ELOR1DIAN. NI> ORDERED at Miami. rial day of Jly, A.D. i: B. LEATHERMAN, %  -V •' rcull Curt, Dade County, Florida %  i irl Seal) Bj WM W, BTOCKING, i'. puty Clerk %  8-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS .. NAME LAW H HEREBY HIVKX that %  icned, desiring t.. encage in •Iness lli.ler Hie fietltlous name of •AS AI'ARTMENTS, al IMS '•' A v. ... Miami Beach, Florida, • nil |,. nK iter said name with ",*-!"" '' Hie Circuit Court of 'l. County, Florl.i.i I'MBERTO ORVIETO •v !" SILVIA ORVIETO MOT K OENET, ESOS rr Appiicanti ['•: % %  > us NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS k'liTi.L, NAM E LAW P,"' 1 'IS HEREBY OIVEN that T uMeiMtn.,1. desiring to engage in Jljfss un.l.r the fictitious name of %  T.on!;.. "REEN ADVERTISING I. 1 KTI nios, at 4HS llrickell Avi I, Florida, Intends to regf ci "•""•• with the Clerk itf Mas ( ourt of Oade County, 1 :'MfMN „N ; KKN •' e Wn r for i iwner *• 1-S IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE c.^JTS? DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 151*53 WILLIAM E. I1ARRINEAF, v „ IMnlntlff HTHKlV FIELDS BARRINEAF NOTICE BY PUSKICATRSM TO: ETHEL FIELDS BARRINBAU. Demoi.olis. Alshama. .w "I" reaulr ed to serve a copy ?(=i„t e A ""*' e [ l0 ,he "'Il <•' Com' li'.\.VJL~ u J? on thv Plaintiffs attorney MORTON ROTHENHERO. J* Lin.".J f i" a '.'l. M, ml "each, Florida, ""' fll ;„ ,hp original In the office of the Clerk of the Clcnlt Court on !" IH ui A 1 n" l 5 l,t 2, i ,M,: otherwls... said Hill will be taken us oonfeaeed by you. ( Dated this 22nd day of July. A. D. E. B. I.EATHERMAN, d ( lerk of ,ne Circuit Curt (Seal) By R, H. RICE. JR. -.r „.. Oeputy Clerk. 7/2.. — 8/1-8-16 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 28313-B In Re: ESTATE OF M'CAH W. S1EFKER, _, „ ., Deceased To All t reilit.irs anil All Persons Having (Maims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby ni.tiii.il and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of LUCAS W. SIEFKKR, deceased late of Dade Count v. Florida, to the Honorable Countv Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices In the County Courthouse In Hade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the fn-t publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal aildraaa of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date July 21. A. I >. 11.",2. y /s/ MARIE HUMES SIEPKBR As Administratrix of the Beta f LUCAS \V. S1EFKER, 11.1 eased. I. R. MAYERS Attorney for Marie Humes Slefker Administratrix 7 2.1 — s I \ -1 : %  EVFLTA RCUIT COURT OF THE IFLOR.T,^ J1JD| CIAL CIRCUIT OF COUNTY IN CHANCERY. ll'M w No 151317 I'.M.VN MBTER Plaintiff. iNOTirc'-'i.' '^'enaant. 'NSSTSST %  "required to serve a copy |nt f„? hiv 1 to tn *" ni f r8m an "' 'Klnal nnselk of the rce „„ i.inlntlffs atm th.."i.VV. '"* %  'he <'riKl '>ffl.e of tl„cVi t-ult COIIM "^ '" ""' 'era of the Of \ .... ."".'"" before the 11th '-' 19.V-'. otherwise, the [•' %  IV, \ "' f r I>lv...ce, hereL • 'i In-t.-in. win i.. ...I..-. -.1 herein, lATF?. N v u day', /", ">">' %  y "' Jiilv. IH-,2 I.EATHERMAN. will be taken al Florida, this iiL"'? Ptalntlff IllSlav'J. '"'"'"'iff RgM Kulldlng l/l-l IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 151257 SHIRLEY COHEN, Plaintiff NATHANIEL COHEN, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: NATHANIEL COHEN, C 0 1 • lv is i 'oll.-n. 117 Newport btreet, Brooklyn, New fork You aie ifnuiic'l to serve a i-opv of the Answer to the Hill % %  '. Complaint upon tli" plaintiff'* attorney, SKV.M.il I! SILVRRMAN, 120 l.:n.•ulll Roa.l, Miami II... h. I-'.. .11 I. ..ml file the original in tinoffl f the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or bafore August S, 1!''.L': otherwise, sa %  HIII will be tak.-n ..s confessed by Vl HI. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the circuit Court. (Seal) Bi l: II. RICE, JR. Deputy Clerk. 7/11-11-2.". — I 1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 151294 ADA CABTELLETTI, Plaintiff, vs. ALEXANDER CASTELLETTI, I i.f.nilant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To: ALEXANDER CASTELLETTI MU lie Kalfa Avenue Brooklyn, New York You are raojutred to serve a copy of your Answer to the Hill of Complaint for Divorce on Plaintiff's Attomey nn.l to file the original Answer in the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on ..r before the Mb day of August. 1951; otherwise the Hiii of Complaint for Divorce heretofore fried herein win be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 9th day of July. A. D. 1*51. K H. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court Dade County. Florida Hv: \V.\I W. SI'iiCKlNC, Deputy Clerk Name and address of Plaintiffs Attorney: NORMAN R. LYONS 910-12 Olvmpia Building Miami, Florida 7/ll-lX-2. r > — 8/1 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 151265 RITA KOHLBR, Plaintiff NATHAN KOHLBR, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Nathan Kohler. o/O Israel Kohler. 22r. East 24th Street, Brooklyn, New York. Tou are hereby notified that a HIII of Complaint lor Divorce has been filed against you, and you are re of August, 1S52. If you fall to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against vou for the relief demanded in the Hill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive ween* In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 8th day of Jul>. A.u. '"' %  H. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court Dade County. Florida. (Circuit Court R Se.l, RICE ]R 'Deputy Clerk. KOVNER A MANNHEIMER Attorneys for Plaintiff 4M Lincoln Road MUml Beach. Fla. 7/11-U-1S — 1/1 %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS _, NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN that the undersigned, dMirina t.i engage In iTm\r,M lm t '.:, lne "Ctftious name of JER1-8 CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY, '£•!,. i ,' -? r<1 S,rpe| Miami Reach. llTy .?''*"?," to rp Klster said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Diide County. Florida. 11E N .1A MIN W 101 N S T EI N ..—... ""le Owner HENRY Nl SS EN HA CM Attorney for Applicant 141 Seyliold Hldg, l/1-hli-H NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BAILA DRICINAI.S, at Dade County, I" ...rlda, intends to register said name will, the CUrk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HA I LA W FINER Sole Owner QEOROE KASTENBAPM Attorney for Applicant I Lincoln Road Bldg. 8/1-8-16-tl LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the rictitioifs name of H. S. LAPNDRY AND DRY CLEANING, at Miami. Dade County. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ROBERT BROWN BMANUEL -SEITLIN Owners MARX M. FA HER Attorney for Applicants 412 Congress Building Miami, Florida 8/1-8-15-!! NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 151704 JAMES F. HEID, Plaintiff vs. MARIA REID, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: MARIA REID I3S Weal Huh Btreel New York, New York You. Maria It.iil. are hereby notified thai a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed ..gainst you, and you are required to serve .. cony of your tnswer or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the i'i ilntlff's Attorney, AMOb' BENJAMIN, 505 Olympla Building, Miami, Florida, and fibthe original \nan• or Pleading in the office of the Clerk <>f the Circuit Court on or b the 29th da; of August, 1952. If you fall to do s,.. ju igmenl by default will be taken ngalnst you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint, DONE AND ORDERED ;.i Miami, Florida, ibis 24th day of July, 1951. i: It LEATHERMAN, 1 • rk, < 'ir.-uit ('..in t Dade County, Florida B) u M W STOCKING Deputy Clerk 8 1-8-15-22 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. '51782 I" ilto'l'll V C. .Ml 111 KICK, Plaintiff, vs. OEORQE \V. MURDOCK, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: OEOROE Vi". MBRDOCK %  o Mrs Mac Tiacher :I:II E. 34th street Hr.Hiklvn :'.. New York You are hereby notified that a BUI of Complain! for Divorce has been filed against you, an.l you are required to serve B copy of iiuir Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney. MYERS, HUMAN ^KAPLAN. 650 Seybold Building. Miami. Florida, and Hie the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on ..r before the L'tith day i.r August. 19.12. If you fail to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded fil the BUI of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks ni THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DoNE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 2Sth day of July. A.D. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. l>ade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) B] M C FEIOE, Deputy Clerk. MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Plaintiff 8.10 Sevbold Building Miami. Florida S/l-S-1.1-22 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 151626 FRANCES C. CLEMENS. Plaintiff, vs. 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 BUI 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, 1952: 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, %  •eputy Cler k MICHAEL M ISENHERt; Attorney for Plaintiff 147 Blscayne Building Miami. Florida 7/25 — 8/1-8-15 IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT"" DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 2S617-B RE: ESTATE OF WILLAKD 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 Administrator of the estate of WILLAKD S. SCOTT, deceased; and that on the 8th dav of August, 1932. will apply to the Honorable 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 of WILLAKD S. SCOTT, deceased. This 8th day of July, 19.12. MARVIN i: SCOTT. Administrator HARRY ZUKBRNICK, ESQ. Attorney for Administrator 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 7/11-1S-23 — J/l IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 26138 IN RE: Estate or APE BIALOLENKL Deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE It hereby given that I have tiled my final report and petition for %  in.. I l .i-' h II ge a A %  vix of the Estate of ABE BIALOLENK1, led; and thai I will on the itli day of Ana ist, 1952, apply to the Honorable Judges of the ah .v. court of Da.le County, Florida, fur i] oi -..i.i final report and for final 'ii-' barge .i-Adralnisi i aforelid. This 2nd day "f July, in"". DORA BIALOLENKI, as Administratrix of the Estate of ABE BIALOLENKI, Deci I, NORMAN R. LYONS, Attorney for m Id Estate 7 [>.18-jJ v i NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 28404-A In Re: ESTATE OP ALBERT M BERMAN, Deceased T.. Ail Creditor.and All Per* ni Having claims or Demands Against Bald Estate: You. and each of you. are hereby notified and reojUlred to present any claims an.l demands which you, or either of you. may have against the estate of ALBERT M. BERMAN, deceased late of Dade County, Florida. to the H.m. W 1-. BLANTON, County Judge of of Dade County, and file the same in his office In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the data of the first publlratlon hereof. Said claims or demands to "iit.iiri the legal address of the claimant an.l lo be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date July 17. A. D. IMS. WALTER C. KOVNER and MILTON It. MANNHEIMER, As Executors of the Last Will and Testament of ALBERT M. BERMAN, Deceased. KOVNER & MANNHEIMER 420 Lincoln K.. I Miami Beach. F" .rlda 7/2; — 8/1 '~'S LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 151809 RUTH WEINREB FINE. Plaintiff, -againstPAUL FINE, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION YOU: PAUL, FINE, care of General Delivery, Denver, Colorado, are hereby notified that a Bill of ComPluint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the BUI of Complaint on the plaintiff's attorney. MAX It SILVER, 922 Seybold Building. Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 28th day of August, 1952. If you fall to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. HONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 29th day of JtJy. 1952. E. B. LEATHEKMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, • Deputy Clerk MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Plaintiff 9L'^ Seybold Building Miami :i2. Florida 8/1-8-15-22 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 151557 CLARA FINE.MAN KAHN, Plaintiff, vs. NATHAN KAHN. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: NATHAN KAHN c/o Kahn Bros. 1470 St. Nicholas Avenue NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK 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 <•!' your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, STANLEY B. RICHARD, 12n I.in. ..In Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original Answi Pl.-a.ling In the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before tin 1Mb day of August. 1152. If yOU fa I to do SO, judgment by default will be taki n against you for the nded In the Bill of Complaint This notii • • hall be published i each w ,,-k fm four coi in THE JEWISH FLLORID1AN, DONE AND ORDERED at M n 1, Florida, this ISth da) of July, A. D. E. P.. LEATHERMAN, t'lei I irt, Dade County, %  Seal) By R il RICE, JR., Deput) Clerk STANLEY, B, RICHARD 120 I. %  Il Road Mia i lorida 7. 25 — s l-N-15 HENRY il. ROBERTS: (Address i'.V.. i a e hen %  : n I le l that a omplalnt for divorce has bei ,n tin. 'il Uil "III t of the K \ enth Judl lal Circul foi i' de Count], Flo I a No. 1! 1539, by CATHERINE L. i;. iBERTS, and you an I., -. n• %  .. copy ol ,:. Bert Baser, Attorney for Plaintiff. :,t MO liiscayne Building, Miami, Florida, and fife the original answer In the office "( th.Clerk of the Clr. ill Court, "" or before August IV 1952; otherwise s.ii.i complaint will be taken l e as ed by you. Dated July 17. IMS, i: It. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the circuit Co irt Bv WM. W. STOCKING, 7'25 — I l-S-15 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 28137 B In Re: ESTATE OF" CALVIN N A m -1 SEN FEED, Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims of Demands Against Saul Estate: You. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of vou. may have against the estate of CALVIN NARCI8ENPELD. ,1. eased late of Dade County, Plor,,la. t.. the Hon. FTtANK 11. DOWLINO. County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office in the Countv Courthouse in Dade County, F'lorida. within eight calendar months from the date of the first pubiicat.i.u hereof Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforsesald. or same will be barred. Date July 14, A.D. 1952. RUTH L. NARCIBENFELD. As Administratrix of the Estate of CALVIN NARCISENFTILD. Deceased. KOVNER A MANNHEIMER Attorneys for Administrates 7/18-25 — 8/l- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 151625 MILDRED BAKF:R. Plaintiff HECTOR FREDERICK HAKER. Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: HECTOR F'RF:DF:RICK BAKER Address "Unknown" You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the HIII of Complaint for Divorce on plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original inner In the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the L'Jn.l day of August, 1952: 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. 19Sl E B I.EATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court By WM W STACKING, Deputy Clerk MICHAEL M IBBNBBRG Attorney for Plaintiff 1407 Blscayne Building Miami. F'lorida 7 %  — 8/1-8-15 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA RE; ESTATE I F HARRY LEVINE, also known as II. LEVINE. Deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Elnal Discharge as Executrix of the estate of HARRY LEVINE. also known as H. LEVINE. deceased: and that on the 22nd day of August, 1952, 1 will apply to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Executrix of the ICstate of HARRY LEVINE. also known as II. LEVINE deceased. This ISth day of July. 1952.' JEANETTE LEVINE IRVING CYPF:N Attorney for Flstate of HARRY I.EVINF1. also known as H. LEVINE 7/25 — 8/1-8-15 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Th* jBwUh Florldlan oHdbj your Ugal noticM. W* appreciate your pcrtronacja and g/uQTanteej accurate Mf vice) at teaal rate*. Phoo* 2-1141 lot mMungat %  •rrice). SEITLIN £ COMPANY V ^ ^ J PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL; COVERAGES PHONE 0-3836 IB N.S. tnd ST. MIAMI SI. FLA. %  BIBMI



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