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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VOLUME 25Number 33
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1352
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Soviet Makes Heirless Claim^
German Credit In England
JF,;USALEM (JTA) The Soviet Government was rannri^i k. _i
activities to obtain Jewish property in Israel' whkX was ^^^hi^'^Sf^fiJt
are h n in Russia. Authorities estimate that property valued at lionnnn i^i jCre ther-e
een transferred to the Soviet Union d at ,d00'000 MMl pounds has ai-
I feeling exists here that Soviet satellites may soon follow Russia's example and seek the re
turn ol heirless proper'.;- to relatives living |p these countries A i *"* anc see* trie re-
; office in Moscow keeps check on property of Russian citi- i racy, it said, was imposed bv Is-
zens living abroad as well as on property that can be claimed for iael because of the bitter feel-
heirs a siding in the Soviet Union. In cases where the property
can be claimed for heirs in the USSR, the Soviet authorities claim
the pi i perty lOI them.
One case involved a Tel Aviv P"""perry aid not belong to the
Austria Rejects
Reparation Claim
1 VIENNA (JTA) The Austrian Government will reject any
j possible Jewish reparations claims, it was indicated here from
I sources close to tr.e government.
Austria's attitude to Jewish reparations claims, it was explain-
er!, win be >ased on provisions contained in the dratt of the State
treaty whicn provides that Austria is relieved from making a-y
turther reparations payments.
jeweler named Wernikov who
died in 1947. and who was tech-
i ically a Russian citizen. The
Russian* representative in Pales-
I at the time demanded that
the safe of the deceased be in-
ted to establish whether it
contained jewels taken from the
Czar's court The Soviet Gov-
W recently increased its
pressure on Israel to transfer to
it prop* rty belonging to the Rus-
sian Pravoslav Society, a dissi-
g] up, which claims the
To Form Body
For Coordination
Of Bonds, UJA
NEW YORK (JTA) A com-
mittee to co-ordinate the drives j RTSLJ^C "T
of the Israel Bond organization the art,c,e declar^-
and
Russian Government or to the
Russian Orthodox Church.
German Funds
Meanwhile, some German cred-
its in Britain may be made avail-
able to Israel for needed oil ar.d
other purchases, the Times of
London reported in a special ar-
ticle on the German-Israel rep-
arations negotiations at The
Hague.
The article said there was also
a proposal that Germany apply
to the International Bank of Set-
tlements for a loan of $150,000,-
000 which, if granted, would be
placed to Israel's account.
"There are a number of other
provisions in the draft agree-
ment which, when signed and
ing, both in the Knesset and th
country itself, against any form
of negotiations with Germany.
Many Jews in Britain and Ameri-
ca, the paper added, shared this
sentiment.
The West Germa-. Government
likewise was anxious to avoid
(Continued on Page 4 A)
Ex-Nazi Chieftain
Walter Schreiber
Seeks Return Here
t e United Jewish Appeal
is expected .to be formed this
month following discussions held
between the Amabssador of Is-
rael, representatives of the Is-
rael Bond campaign, leaders of
the United Jewish Appeal and
representatives of the American
i the Jewish Agency, it
was learned here on Tuesday.
The discussions have been bas-
clecisions reached by the
Government of Israel on July
20th. The main principles ap-
proved by the Israel Govern-
ed conveyed to the Israel
issador in Washington for
implementation include:
'Full support for both the
U"ii ish Appeal.
The establishment of a
committee with representatives
Jf tlu Bond drive, the United
Jewish Appeal and the Jewish
Agency under the chairmanship
"f the Israel Ambassador.
3 Tins committee is \o plan
co-ordinated activity by both
drives ,md to issue binding direc-
lives for reconciling any differ-
ences or conflicts.
* The acceptance of agreed
schedules to eliminate con-
"icts in communities.
Details affecting the composit-
ion and program of the commit-
h i? now under consideration
by all parties concerned. The
icts were confirmed on inquiry
oy the Jewish Telegraphic Agen-
') at the Israel Imkum in
NEW YORK Dr. Walter B.
Schreiber. former high-ranking
Nazi doctor who was responsi-
ble for sadistic experiments i-.
ratified by the respective parlia- German concentration camps, is
ments. should start by the begin- seeking re-admission to the Unit-
ning of 1953, a considerable flow ed States, according to reports
of German goods to Israel and which have reached tr.e American
help the new state overcome its I Jewish Congress, it was announc-
present acute financial crisis," ed here by Dr. Israel Goldstein,
president.
"This' flow should strengthen. Dr. Goldstein, in a letter to
it also from a military point of Secretary of Stat-* Dean Achs-
view, a consideration which has
played a part in Israel's decision
on, urged that Schreiber be de-
nied admission and asked that
to start talks with Germany,' the the State Department undertake
paper commented. ja complete investigation of how
The paper sharply criticized i he entered this country initially
the manner in which the negoti- "with a view toward ending tie
have been conducted be- |dispersing of special privilege to
hird a veil of secrecy. This sec-
Washington.
in
World Congress
Of Jewish
Physicians Meets
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
Second World Congress of Jew-
! ish Physicians opened here Mon-
day with more than 300 delegates
from 18 countries participating.
Sixty physicians'from France, 50
from the United States. 20 from
Britain and ten from Turkey and
Yugoslavia were among the par-
ticipants. The four-day meeting
considered Israel's medical prob-
lems and heard monographs read
by specialists.
Premier David Ben-Gurion, in
greeting the Congress, said that
the Jews were the first to make
medicine their life vocation in
ancient as well as in modern
times. The delegates were also
greeted by Dr. Joseph Burg, Is-
rael's Minister of Health; Dr. A.
Sherman, president of the Israel
Medical Association; and Pro-.
lessor Mazor, new Rector of the ; atrocities and crimes against hu
I Hebrew University. 'manity."
, him and men of his ilk."
The Nazi doctor, brought to
this country by the Air Force and
employed at the School of Avia-
tion Medicine at Randolph Field,
Texas, left the US for Argentina
last May. alter protests of civic
groups, prominent physicians and
congressmen had forced the can-
cellation of his Air Force con-
tract.
Dr. Goldstein pointed out that
Schreiber had "actively partici-
pated in the sadistic and inhuman
medical experiments performed
on concentration camp inmate;
by Nazi doctors during World
War II." and that hs was "the
principal assistant of General
Handloser, who was sentenced
to life imprisonment by a War
Crimes Court for directing these
experiments."
He declared that, "The thought
that Schreiber might be permit-
ted to find a haven in the United
States is abhorrent to the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress ar.d will be
equally horrifying to all persons
familiar with his long record of
Officials here argue that the
Stat of Israel is unable to raise
any claims against Austria. Aus-
tr:a, they say, has never been at
war with Israel and had herself
been a victim o:" Hitlerite ag-
j gress.on.
The Austrian Secretary of In-
terior, Ferdinand Graf, address-
ling a public meeting at Ciagen-
furt Mo .-day. said that his gov-
ernment will maintain the pro-
Nazi'amnesty laws under which
| more than 10.003 former Nazis
i will have their rights and prop-
erty restored. T/h:s, he said, will
I be done despite America's pro-
To Hold Israel
Economic Parley
In Atlantic
NEW YORK (JTA) -- Israel's
achievements in economic un-
building, and her need for great-
er industrial expansion will be
leviewed by experts from Israel
and leading Americans at- a Na-
tional Economic Conference for
Israel to be held under the aus-
, pices of the Stat? of Israel Bond
I drive, it was announced here.
; The conference will open on
September 12th, at the- Chelsea
Hotel in Atlanti: City, and will
mark the launching of an in-
tensive Fall campaign for tr.e Is-
rael Independence Bond Issue.
In announcing plans for the
conference. Rudolf G. Sonneborn.
president of the Israel Bond or-
ganization, stated that the maior
theme of the sessions will be:
The Transformation Of Israel
From A Land Of Promise Into A
Land Of Performance. "The
Conference in Atlantic City
Sonneborn
City
test against these laws which
were passed recently by the Aus-
trian parliament.
"It appears that certain Amer-
ican circles are still unaware that
it was the resistance of the en-
tire Austrian people which s-j
far h3s saved Austria from shar-
ing the late of the satellite
states." Secretary Graf declared.
"Actions and comments which
we have heard recently from the
United States will not increase
out weaken the Austrian peo-
ple's will for defense."
Meanwhile, it was reported in
Vienna that Parliamentary rep-
resentatives of the neo-Nazi
League of Independents will
head a delegation to inform the
US Acting High Commissioner
that an American veto of the
f|azi amnesty laws would be con-
sidered by the Austrian popula-
tion, "an offensive tutelage and
an interference with purely do-
mestic Austrian affairs."
The Austrian Government was
seen concurrently planning to
re-introduce into Parliament a
"legal complex" of legislation em-
bracing restitution legislation and
the Nazi amnesty measures in
the event the recently adopted
legislation meets with veto in the
Aliied High Commission. This,
it was said here, was to estab-
lish tr.e determination of the gov-
ernment and people of Austria
0- this issue.
20,000 View Rishon
Lezion Festival
RISHOy LEZION (JTA)The
70th anniversary of Rishon Lez-
ion. one of the oldest settlements
in Israel, was observed here this
week in a festive mood at a huge
will i celebration attended bv more
Mr. Sonneborn stressed,
vSi^s^rSritare6 ol fc|*- 2TV *?*? """2
rael Bonds as a major channel by Isr-e* Forei8n Minister Moshe
for American aid to Israel's ec-
onomic growth."
Mr. Scnneborn
Sharett.
The town, which is known for
emphasized I its famous wine cellars, was dee-
that the conference sessions will orated with flags, and the cele-
cover not only the econom c i hrti M .' .
its plans bratlon was marked by a wine
festival. In his address, Mr.
progress of Israel and its plans
for the future, but will also chart
a program of action to make
possible the fullest mobilization
of community support for the
State of Israel Bond drive. 'The
Conference will work out de-
tailed plans to mobilize the en-
tire American Jewish commun-
ity in the Fall of 1952, in. sup-
port of this effort, and will de-
velop new projects," he declar-
ed.
Sharett reviewed the 70 years of
progress made by Jews in Is-
rael since the founding of Rishon
Lezion. He emphasized that the
first settlements were establish-
ed by pioneers who came from
the ranks of Russian Jewry is
now isolated from the rest of the
Jewish world.
Israel Granted Permission To Purchase Munitions Here
--.... Migioie to receive .military assistance on a reimoursiuie
jjMis from the United States under the provisions of the Mutual
security Act of 1949, as amended.
israd is row entitled to make applications for the purchase of
2S*ions 'rom United States
iu\ ,'ln ret"rn for payment at
ofLVilue'' Israel Presented its
'iiciai request for military as-
tutance early this winter. Other
r^Hvnn,ents in the Near Eas't al-
ment e,,8We to purchase equip-
StaVl 'An a reibursible basis, the
"to Department said, are Egypt
-nd Saudi Arabia.
The permission granted by the
""'ted States to Israel to pur-
na*e arms from this government
has nothing to do with the ap-
plication of Israel for grant aid
provided under the terms of Par-
agraph 202 of the Mutual Secur-
ity Act of 1952. This was learned
when the State Department
pointed out that.under the new
government Israel will have to
pay for everything it gets and
that the arrangement merely
means that Israel can buy direct-
y trom the government rather
than from prrVate American
companies.
It is considered a step forward
in Washington circles because Is-
rael may now be able to buy
certain categories of munitions
previously unavailable. But it
is not the implementation of the
free arms provided in the Mu-
tual Security Act and requested
by Israel last February 7th.
A spokesman for the Depart-
ment of Defense said that the
Department does not consider Is-
rael to be earmarked as a coun-
try guaranteed free arms under
the Mutual Security Act. How-
ever, funds are contained in the
Act, the spokesman said, for both
Israel and the Arab states total-
ling approximately $50,000,000,
and could be extended if recom-
mended by President Truman,
following consultation with the
Secretary of State. Joint Chief-
of-Staff. and the National Secur-
ity Council.
Bi-Lateral Agreement
Before an outright grant would
be made, it was learned, a bi-
lateral agreement must be signed.
Then an American military mis-
sion would go to Israel and sur-
vey the Israel Army and the
defense needs of the state. Ac-
tually, however, the State De-
partment has not yet indicated
officially its views on the exten-
sion of such free grants of arms
to Israel.
Because of long delayed plans
for the formation of a Middle
Eastern Defense Command
plans which have not yet mater-
ialized the State Department
has dela.ved action on the appli-
cations. Little progress has been
made toward persuading Egypt
and other Arab states to partici-
pate in a Middle Eastern defen-
sive arrangement. Some Israelis
| feel that the plan, as envisioned,
is impractical and that mean-
while, in any case, military as-
sistance should not be withheld
from a democracy known for its
resistance against aggression.
New interest in Middle Eastern,
defense was raised in Washing-
ton by the recent upheavals in
Egypt and Iran.
Washington Cool
American officials here made
(Continued on Page 4 A)


.
PAGE 2
"Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1851, Jewish Telegraphic
Agency, toc-1
- i<~.ut fin-Mian
Charles Liebman
Returns From
Study In Israel
17-year-
B. Lieb-
Beach attorney, has
after a three year stay
he
Charles S. Liebman,
,;.-. ton t Mr. Seymour
man, Miami
... ned
completed
[srael. where
chool studies at the
rsvmiiMlum in TO
on Israel's northern border, with a ""^"*J -^*~ui0n the Leban-
in Syria The situation no. tK -Roping in Lebanon rt
K
Gymnasium
A% v j
Liebman received hia early d-
,cation.m the Yeshivs
iklyn. New
the Br>x'kly
of Flat
York. Fol-
attendance at
Technical High
was the young-
Jordan
It is no
domination.
which is bound eventaua
the regime in Jordan to an bwar.^.^
.ver
wrought
i,yTo lead to the annexation of that eoun- ;
q..-These two states are fignui^nercei> w
Mental illmss of the new King_Tallal has _
sses n
th nstruction of homes a
s h< was a member pi the
ioneering Scout Moye-
rr.ent, Hattofim. and tneHerz-
; ..... s... ioty. He has
-. vi ral times through-
out bra('.
Accepted at the
nuf.ents 01 Britain and the United States ^ .
The Maclvei Report, a eontroi rsial
University of
awarded a scholar-
record
inter-
on Sun-
day. August 17th. 10 a.m.. over
rtal WMIE.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 15,
Roosevelt Affair
1952
There will be a Swim-Dante
j and Weenie Roast sponsored by
I the Roosevelt Lodge No. 177,
| Knights of Pythias, tomorrow ev-
ening, 8:30 p.m., at the Surfside
Plaza Hotel, Miami Beach. Chair-
i man of the affair is Martin Han-
"ess.
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while t're American Jewish
the Hebrew
Estab.
1924
of the
jori
Compa
take clace
:. nder.i
The question .
.can Jewish Committee end ths Arli-Dsfair.ation League walk
National Community Relation^ Advisory Council it the ma-
icai'ty there vo:cs ageinsl ths stand of these two organizations? .
ipetenl observers dcuv.t whether such a divorce will actually
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THE CULTURAL FRONT: I M greatest
the Middli has always been real a-
n J< 'l is interest has
t| tl publication b} th E -- n I Wesl Library
i -: i. Perplexed in n al I < lit on The vol-
ume excellently produced, distinguishes itself from other English
edition by an f.xtremeiy impressive introduction ty Professor Jul-
ius Guttman, of the Hebrew University, who at one tirra was also
a lecturer at the Hfbrew Unior College of Cincinnati The Guide
Ot Tre Perplexed, written in Arabic, was published in the year 1190.
nfluenci i-evei not mited 1 lh< Middli Ages oi to
j part i rid liter-
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Darwin Stapp Joins
Clarke Associates
Darwin L Stapp, form rly a
sociated for some 12 years with
li Walker, Inc., as vice pies
ident in charge of sales for I e
southern region, has joined the
tising agency of Robert K.
Clarke and Associates, Inc., 1131
[ngraham Building.
Stapp will assume the position
ol si nioi aci our.1 ex, cutive. A
native of Covington, Kentucky.
Stapp has been a resident ol Mi-
since 1937.
five sisters, including Mrs. Evelyn
Weinei and Mrs. Katherine Lay-
ton, of Miami.
Services were on Monday at
the Gordon Funeral Home, with
:. ; n i i.: on Mount Sir.ai Ceme-
tery.
Picnic At Hammock
The Ladies Auxiliary of the i
Hi ileah Miami Spi ings Jewish
Community Center will hold a
l ; :nic on Tuesday morning, Aug- |
ust 19th, at Matneson llama oek. '
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Women Sail For Service In Israel
NEW YORK (JTA) The first group of women recruits mob-
ilized by Pioneer Women, the Women's Labor Zionist Organization
of America, for a year's service in Israel sailed from here for Tel
Aviv. The women, most of whom are members of Pioneer Women
in various parts of the country, will work with immigrants in the
transition work settlements where hundred of thousands of new-
miners live until permanent housing is available. The project aims
to help ease the shortage of workers engaged in the rehabilitation
of new immigrants.
*
Erect Monument Over Jewish WARSAW (JTA) A monument has been erected by the Pol-
ish non-Jews of the village of Janikow over the mass grave holding
the hundred of Jews from Lodz who had been shot in the village by
Nazis during World War II, it was reported here. The slaughtered
Jews had worked in a labor camp located near Janikow
Confirm Arrest Of Herman, Mintz
JERUSALEM (JTA) A report from Warsaw confirms the
fact that Jacob Berman, who was removed from his post as Vice
Premier of Poland several months ago, has been arrested. The
icport also states that Hilary Mintz, Minister of Commerce and
Industry, will be tried on charges of sabotage.

2.000 Take Part in Israel Festival
JERUSALEM (WNS) More than 2.000 Jewish singers from
Vic United States and other countries, members of Jewish choirs,
participated last Sunday in the main concert of the Zmyria __
Israel's Song Festival at the Ramat Gan Stadium. The festival
started the previous Wednesday on Mount Herzl.
t
AJC Flays Resort Discrimination
BOSTON (JTA) The Mew England regional office of the
American Jewish Congress has submitted to the New Hampshire
Legislative Council a draft for legislation to outlaw discrimination
in resorts of that state, Attorney Abraham T. Alper, president of
the region, announced. For some time there has been wholesale
discrimination in New Hampshire resorts. In the resort area of
Hampton Beach is an owners' covenant whereby Jews are being
kept out of the beach area and find it almost impossible to either
: i\ or rent summer cottages.
*
Jewish Leaders In Rumania Purged
VIENNA (JTA) Orders to purge "suspect elements" from
ish communities in Rumania have resulted in a new wave of
sts of Jews throughout the country and in the elimination of
v ish community leaders from synagogue trusteeships in a num-
. of houses of worship, it was reported here from Bucharest. The
Sts are being carried out under the pretext of fighting against
e activities of elements hostile toward the building of Socialism."
are being made also of so-called "Jewish activists" who
eliminated from the Communist-dominated Jewish Democratic
imittees in Bucharest and provincial towns where they have
en active since the Communists came to power in Rumania,
o e
Xew Constitution Rars Zionism
LQNDON (WNS) The new Rumanian Constitution, the text
ich was broadcast from Bucharest, declares that Zionism is a
rialistic-Faseistic movement with headquarters in Israel which
'Stile t the People's Democratic Government of Rumania." The
raph declares further that all Zionist Activities in Rumania
ill suffer heavy punishment.

Xari Released On <*ood Rehavior
WASHINGTON (WNS) The release for "good behavior" of
General Hans Georg Reinhardt, who was serving a 15-year
tei e for war crimes, was confirmed this week by Government
John J. McCloy. former American High Commissioner for
i any, recommended Reinhardt'.--. release, and he was freed
n the Landsbery War Criminals Prison in Bavaria on July 27th.
*****
Hriiish Labor Supports Israel Stand
LONDON (WNS) The Executive of the British Labor Party
II support a resolution on behalf of Israel to be presented bv the
itish Poale Zion organization at the forthcoming conference of
party. The resolution calls upon the British Government to
k for the creation of Middle East stability and cooperation be-
ll the Arab countries and Israel. It also requests maximum
British aid in the development of the Jewish state.

IS Expert Aids Haifa Efficiency
NEW YORK (JTA) The accomplishment of an American ex-
pert in increasing the efficiency of the port of Haifa, in Israel, is
J ported from Tel Aviv in the New York Times. The expert. Dr.
Boris Stern, a specialist in labor productivity in the US Department
il Labor, was sent to Israel under the United Nations technical as-
sistance program. Dr. Stein, the report emphasizes, is not the first
xpert to diagnose the Haifa port's trouble, but he is the first in
Malta or any other part of Israel to persuade labor, management and
,'"' ^"vernmer.t not only to accept his minimum proposals but also
'" B've him the authority to put them into effect.
Miami Day Camps
Close Season
A variety of activities marked
the closing week of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center
Day Camps. The joint announce-
ment was made by the Mesdames
Leon Kaplan, chairman of the
overall Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center Day Camp
Committee, Leo Sheiner, chair-
man of the Miami Branch Home
Camp Committee, Abraham Co-
hen, chairman of the Beach
Branch Home Camp Committee,
and Jesse Freed and Nathan
Trauman, chairman and co-
chairman of the Flagler'Granada
Jewish Center Day Camps.
Flagler-Granada Day Camp
will continue for one additional
week, ending on Friday, August
22nd, the announcement indicat-
ed. Interesting programs in its
last session included a masquer-1
ade last Friday, with Group No.
5 appearing as Chanuka candles
I wrapped in orange crepe paper
complete with white wicks.
Campers presented short skits of
clowns, tramps, a hula dancer, a
pirate and a devil.
Serving as Camp Director was
Rose Strassberg, assisted by Ce-
cile Kahn, head counselor, and
Irwin Goldhoff, Don Schrager,
Henry Arman, Muriel Adelman,
Ruth Zalph, Beverly Yelen, Mar-
tin Kaplan, June Moser and Har-
old Tomarkin.
Camp Ma-Ka-Bee, the Miami
Branch Home Camp, completed
its last week of activities with
trips, swimming instruction, ath-
letics, arts and crafts and dance
| activities. Camp Ma-Ka-Bee
joined with Camp Kadimah of
the Flagler-Granada Jewish Com-
munity Center in a Carnival and
Maccabiad on Wednesdav, Aug-
|ust 13th.
The Carnival was held at the
Miami Branch, while the Macca-
| biad took place on the Flagler-
Granada Jewish Community Cen-
ter premises. The program was
planned by the children.
The final event of the season
included an over-all birthday par-
ty for campers and counselors,
I which also served as a celebra-
I tion of the tenth anniversary of
Day Camp at the Town Branch.
Awards for archery, boxing,
swimming and participation in
the Carnival and Maccabiad were
presented at that time.
Serving as Director of the Mi-
ami Branch Camp was Harry
Shamis. assisted bv Bernice Alt-
tnan, head counselor, and Esther
IShragO, Ted Wolff. Ruth Seid-
I man, Dorothy Fishman. living
Zuckerman, Alan Honig, Elinor
Blumenthal, Sharron Klinn and
Aaron Stern.
Camp Sholom, Beach Branch
Day Camp, presented its second
annual Water Show at the San
Marino Hotel Pool yesterday.
Some 100 youngsters prepared
exhibitions of swimming, diving
and water ballets. The program
marked the end of the trfree-
week camp swimming activities
in which all campers received
daily swimming instructions
from special counselors at local
pools.
Director of Camp Sholom is
Thelma Begler, assisted by Mina
Blumberg, head counselor, and
Edith Bernice, Myra Gainsboro,
Rhoda Halzband, James Honig-
baum, Joseph Jacobs, Marcia Jer-
vis, Ann Levin, Stanley Mintz,
Gerald Siegel, Louise Morgen,
Michael Simkowitz and Fred
Soifer.
The three camps, Camp Sholem
at the Beach Branch, Camp Ma-
Ka-Bee at the Miami Branch
and Camp Kadimah at Flagler-
Granada Jewish Community Cen-
ter are operated by the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter, a beneficiary agency of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion.
Pioneer Women
Sponsor Dinner
A dinner was held by the Pi-
oneer Women's Organization
last Sunday evening at the Knes-
eth Israel Congregation.
Chairman of the affair was
Mrs. Betty Pakula, with Mrs.
Fannie Kregstein acting as co-
chairman. Assisting were the
Mesdames Dora Wilensky, Yetta
Gritzman, Louis Feinstein, Sally
Wagner and Mr. Harry Kreg-
stein.
Beach Center Opens
Registration Monday
The Religious School of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center an-
nounces the beginning of regis-
tration for its Hebrew, Sunday
and Nursery Schools.
The office will register pupils
between the hours of 10 to 12
a.m., and 2 to 4 p.m., on August
18th through 21st, August 25th
through 28th and September 2nd
through 4th. The school's new
educational director is Mr. Saul
Rabin.
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PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED
LENSES AND FRAMES
DUPLICATED
LARQE SELECTION IN
LATEST STYLES
Adopts Resolution To
Continue Bond Support
Hapocl Hamizrachi of America
"as adopted a resolution at its
""ivcntion to continue full sup-
port of the $500,000,000 State of
Israel Independence Bond Issue,
particularly to urge its members
io intensify their efforts in the
sale of Israel Bonds and to sup-
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"Hanging appeals during High
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 15. 1952
EDITORIAL
I'JA Bond Coordination
News early this week the: a committee or. the
National level will soon be formed 1o coordinate
Ihe drives of the Israel Bond organization end the
United Jewish Appeal should hearten many per-
sons who have expressed concern ever the often
conflicting campaign efforts of these two groups
during the past two years.
The decisions reached as a result of the Israel
Government's deliberations last month have fin-
ally been left with Ambasscccr Abba Eban in
Washington, and implementation of the coordin-
ating plan is in motion according to news re-
leeses.
Little need be said cbout the virtues of each
organization. The United Jewish Appeal's is a
venerable fund raising effort of long stending.
Its Life Dollars campaign in America serves as
the fountainhead of local agency end oversees
support. UJA gifts have augmented the world
migration movement of indigent Jews to Israel
end continue to aid re-settlement programs there.
The Israel Bond drive, since its inception some
two years ago, has aimed at the stimulation of
capital investment in the new state, its end being
Ic hasten economic independence end industrial
end commercial development.
It is particularly unfortuncte thai both orgon-
izctions should have begun to regard their cam-
paign efforts as competitive cfiairs. Curiously,
much of the difficulty lay with the many local
leaderships that had, for emoticncl or personally
cmbitious reasons, allied themselves with one
specific drive to the exclusion end detriment of
the other. That the nature cf both the UJA and
Isrcel Bond campaiens were sufficiently distinc-
tive in terms o: aim and financial arrangement
\z preclude the possibility ci such competition.
seemed hardly a prcctical guarantee cf coord.-
-. tion heretofore.
The Israel Government's announcement ccrr.es
-.: a zzz-l tima when officials of 3th crra.-..zz-
tiens cird themselves for the Fail ci 32 end 1953.
N'WS ITEM: Israel's natural resources show
s;?ns ci radio artive minerals-Israel forms
Atomic Energy Commission.
ANOTHER STEP FORWARD -
Most important, if agreed and adhered to, is
the stipulation that reconciliation of conflicts by
the committee will be regarded as binding.
The rersonai element local leadership in
America often display regarding these most im-
tant drives, il -eerr.s, should finally be e'.im-
ted. The stakes are rather high; such CO-
r.one tco scon._________________
Israel's Windfall
The United States Government has finally
come around. Washington officicls indicated last
Tuesday that Israel will henceforth be able to
purchase military equipment here.
The decision to make available to the new
state many categories of previously unavailable
munitions must, however, not be confused with
the application for grant aid provided by the
1952 Mutual Security Act. Such aid has been
long and slow in coming. While Congress ear-
lier made a most opulent gesture in its MSA al-
lotment to Israel despite strong opposition by
pro-Arab League elements demanding to know
the reason for "discrimination" against some 40
million Moslems in the Near East area, the US
State Department resumed its courtship of the
new state's opponents more ardently than ever
before.
The Government's decision must thus be re-
garded as a direct about-face in foreign policy.
One needn't look very far for its rationale. Angle-
American leadership finds itself incieasinaly un-
important in the Near East, what with the recent
rash of depositions, exiles and revolutions there
In effect, Israel has emerged as the single re-
sponsible government showing virtual alliance
with the West.
One reason, undoubtedly, for US failure tc
implement the MSA-Israel agreement has been
Congressional reliance on Israel's friendship un-
der all circumstances. But such theoretical faith
has apparently given way to more practice!
manifestations of partnership, in light of the cur-
rent Moslem developments.
Proof that the Arab eague is jockeying fcr
diplomatic superiority lies in the fact that Amer-
ica's decision to sell Israel arms has resulted in
its application to the Soviet sphere for similar
benefit. Clearly, the United States Government
will not be outdone. To prove its complete
friendship, it announced almost simultaneously
the: American investment in the new state would
henceforth be auaranteed by American dollars.
Israel Granted Permission To Purchase Soviet Claims Heirless Property
American Munitions; Pact Talks Denied
Pcge 1 A)

- t1 Britisl Mediterrai | publicity. |
: r-in-C eclared. 1 it : -
: vis.t last week that anti-Semlti
rgc.i tion e East

. : last .- -.
i the

..:.(). Il :' Op,"
per sai '
Th Times belii v> I t thei
littli f any form of
, e, or ev< n of il diplo-
mat ip b< tween Gei -
that
The
; ./. tten and isra, '" I I which Hague and that the Jews, by
tion 1 thedefei.....I not b. pos: bl [ th. ; '
j the an Foreigi Mir -try wer< in '
. ':. 51 t. th. :'
an emenl frequently If th< Bi n-Guri< n
-1 its intei st in promotini er.t carries out its i t<
trengt : .-.-- Foreign M i i n :
Mid l< Ea t area In *' vi mber, : nsi ffici : .
, the togsthi befoi the enc
with thi Un ti'. Kin{ Itati n
lared ts .. b< hi ndii appi d," thi
refu noke in the
[i ro( m s thai they
. i If I -
i. ettes or be i ffered
thi thi G: m in
virtue ol t!,<.:: unfortur.ate his-
tory, have m vi r made a cult of
the Ions n ry the article
conclu
No Private Trading
The [srai! (; v<. i i enl w II n it
Som< the Ji is lelegati......:-':'' "'' i private com- .
panu to buy in G rmany, even
sly at thi rids I thi N. zi "er the con is n ol thi Israeli-
' ; pact, it was
In thi : mi : the Uniti that he is coi at icarrii I In '.aterr.em
........ I th( pro- |i thi d< thi i I re, Mi '
tion is it Nation
- vi characti
special ernn ital
uy foi
; mpanii
.. foi irJr.g
fforl
and ol fei
ge r : '-
US Ir.vesiir.er.ts erchai
-..'.*' red by this agency >
. i 7i
Tui .. .
I over to Israel
i in Isrsi
thai i rat i
is o help ci
I
: lizing the legist: tion n
Gem ny on repj:; tions .
ii ..nation for Jewish vi
of Nazism, but that the talk
lit; on very slowly.
"There is no likelihood f
swift conclusion cf the talks,"
he stated. "Every p< ;nt mu
thoroughly discussed and al-
though many points have been
agreed upon, they are not yet
drawn up on the final fi
The spokesman, Jerome Jai
son. added that the Con.'
will not consider t'-.e offer ol
SI07.COO.000 repaiations in
made by West Germany to the
'i. groups outside of Israel
until the legislative progran
-> ttled. He said the Is-ra'ii
gation at The Hatue will do
ing toward tigi ing the Is-
rael-German repaiations pact un-
til an understanding is reach) !
between the Conference and the
Germans.
A two-man delegation, repre-
senting the German Templars,
came here this week to ;,-k ', I
West German delegation to press
the Templars' claim for 30
000 pounds from the Isi lei G
eminent as inden nifi tion foi
thei pi operty '>... :. thej '
been handed vei I Israel
- British trustees.
* Je w 1st ihridiar
amce ir
i th. ent reach n the United ....
IS ...:.
I
national planning staff under a
Eritish chief, with headquarters
or. Cyprus ar.d composed of Brit-
ish. American, French, Turkish
-nd Greek officers. The door
would be left open for Egypt and
other Middle East states to enter
t.-.e organization later.
No Israeli Talks
The Israel Foreign Ministry
meanwhile indicated that no of-
ficial or unofficial discussions on
Middle Eastern defense had be. n
held in Tel Aviv with Earl
ish State as a sate place for
American investments. "II is now
expected that the new agreement
greatly contribute to the
promotion of investments by Am-
erican individuals and compan-
ies in Israei," a government
spokesman stated.
The view of the American
Government with regard to the
new agreement was expressed by
Bruce MacDiniel, director of the
Technical Cooperation A-Iminis-
Dr,
V the Ag
uoiarr.anr. iS now in
tration in Israel, unde whom I of Mutual Security Act funds.
up
vestment
of profits, dividends or repatria- t
'!!." f a.FIta1, T,he..PJ"{ 1S sim" I Switzerland"
liar to those concluded previous- ;
ly between the United States A anok. S,Wiy
and Austria. Denmark Greew L'ce S? SwI.k A ,he 5onfr'
France, Ital, .nd Norway For-a ir/rm-,,. ^SSL/S- Against
small -premium." .nvestments pr'o'gre h^Sn*^^ Sme
the West Ger-
imau delegation on the question
t*e Jewish Unity and the Jsw'sh
Weekly Member cf tn Jewiin Tt e-
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FRIDAY. AUGUST 15. 1952
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Umpli N pi blotter Southeast Region USY Institute Here August 24th 27th
/u* CC !'' -*- ? C-M/O f/tyf/C-fi^f The Southeast Region of Unit-1 day are breakfast, reports, lun-!ule will continue on v/ednesd
By ARTHUR LEWIS
ight, 10.r'2. Jewish Teles, .. [r.c.)
LN1TED NATIONS Although the E I'etat has
. : before the United Nations and is unl to be,
urally the greatest interest In it here, if only bee
effect it -.ay have on this organization, [h re i son
, npleted business here as far as Egypt is concerned. The Security
Coin order to open up the Suez Canal to Isra- li shipping lias been
Then, there are such questions as Palestine, Tunisia and
i, in which Egypt has shown a particular concern.
W at would be the effect of a military dictatorship on Egypt's
:i these issues and in the council of nations? Would it not
tend I make Egypt more chauvinist, more assertive hero, if not
i ive?
Seme of the delegates are surprised at the way in which Gen-
eral Naguib is being built up as a great hero. At no time could it
be said that the Egyptian Army distinguished itself during the
fighting in Palestine, and General Naguib's only claim to heroic
fame was that he commanded an Egyptian division then. He is
supposed to hare been wounded according to Cairo reports, he
was wounded three times and he may have been a brave
enough officer. However, as an Asian delegate pointed out. if you
want to praise General Naguib. you might just as well praise
General Nam II of She North Korean Army because they both
took part in the same kind of fighting.
! State of Israel was even more a United Nations responsi-
bility :nan the Republic of Korea, for it was created by the inter-
nal ii n 1 organization, whereas Korea had existed as a state for
countless centuries. The partition of Palestine was brought about
ieneral Assembly resolution. So is it with General Naguib
Egyptian invaders, the only difference apparently being
i ggression was not recognized as a crime at the time of the
I ie lighting.
way that the Western democracies have been able to ac-
late ISftlves to a military dictatorship in the Middle East
subject of some comment here. The Americans seem
G :..-. al Naguib as a kind of Egyptian Kemal Ataturk.
. hi such movement in Egypt as the progressive and for-
una Turk movement which out Ataturk in nowei
nd of the First World War.
Those who know Egypt well in the United Nations say that
what -appened was simply a military coup and that there is noth-
ing :'r,3t can csguise it as anything else but a military coup. They
are r.:t convinced thai a military dictatorship is going to prove
more beneficial to Egypt than the previous government or govern-
ents. no matter how rotten they may have been, although most
I the diplomats here feel that it would be better, if only for the
n that things couldn't be worse. Naturally, the members of
Israeli c'elegation are concerned with the rise of this military
adtx in Egypt, but they are not saying anything al the present
time.
are also surprised at the way that the British
.n.:i against Kinu Farouk, or Pnn They are saying that he brought on his own overthrow
t he thoroughly deserved his fate, when only a short time
v were-saying that he was the "only stable element in
the beginning of this year, after the burning of Cairo, there
much praise for the way that King Farouk handled the
- situation then, as there is for the way that General Naguib
tower and overthrown King Farouk. Perfidious Albion
. but such inconstancy, sueh sudden changes in attitude, the
ation >: one man who was highly regarded and the lavish
f another who is unknown, are a sign, in the opinion of
t th UN, that the West has no policy in the Middle East
' me of expediency.
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ed Syni gi gue Youth v..
its fii -' I., di 1. ng I. .-
uite from August 24tl
271 at the San .
i't the Mi ; J, ..' ;, ,
ter, it v.,
wee k.
Purpose ol tl ite is to
provide USY members with the
tunity of acquit
and knowledge which can be u--
ed in then club activit dtu ing
the year,-Morton Siegal, din toi
of the National USY. said.
Sessions at the hotel ard at
the Center will include religious
activities. s< miners, social and
recreational programs. Merr.'oer
congregations are scheduled to
send delegates here on a partial
subsidy basis. Registration fees,
according to Paul Friedman, pres-
ident of National USY. is $10.
ard includes meals and refresh-
ments.
Hotel accomodatior.s. with
three USY meir.bers assigned to
a room, will be S2. The balance
of costs will be subsidized by
Sisterhoods of Greater Miami's
congregations.
Convention consultant will be
Alex Shapiro, director of USY
Metropolitan New York. The
Sunday. August 24th meeting is
scheduled to include registration
and an- Executive Committee
meeting. The Monday session
will begin with a Minyan Serv-
ice. Other affairs listed for that
day are breakfast, reports, lun-
cheon, seminars on organiz
.i tion period end ;.
ing.
es to this p
on Tuesday will on
p i ed
IUi : :. infl
th < vening. 'I ;ereral '
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27th. with the Institute
. >sing its sessions at 1:30 p.m.
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Capitol Spotlight
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
BY MILTON FRIEDMAN
(Copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegrap
Agency, Inc.i
vii
BETH EL CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening servic-
5 at 7 p.m. Saturday morning
services are scheduled for 8:30
A class in Theology will
EST ,iiow ai 5:30 p.m. Mincha is at
pose -or which Con,:-; voted 6:15 p.m., with Shalos Seudos
...........-------- IK concluding the Sabbath.
ilunteered to participate in the k.
defense of the Middle East, but j ,*!J^rSXevents to
the State Department apparent-
ly takes the view that
the Arab .
H Kaplan will read the prayers.
*
THE HEBREW ACADEMY
WASHINGTON Israel has.
I
BETH SHOLOM will hold Pri-
ms expeu:t..i uiicme.v.......... Dt.in jnui.-'-.
apparent- suuplv arms to nations with such eVening services at 8:15 p.m.
at volun- undemocratic records as Germain ; ROMwer will be Louis
until all and Spain. Israel is kept waiting Gu^t >P^r
Schwartzman. director of the
Bureau of Jewish Education.
ticular application.
Despite the mutui inti
t.ne den ocracies I :'-d the
United Stat. s, Statt
Department t hat
: [srai .
er alienal I
till i
terms of a Midd Easl
fersive | I nld n
he A
Arab League out
::: that Ol til.
Deparl nt I

A pi
E
... the Arabs
gainst Isi
'
Sii Aral
- iverr.-
nt is tant to provide mil-
ipport 1 nal n like
is
Bill
, pent 1 ...
A nation
AHAVAS ISRAEL SYNA-
GOGUE will hold Friday even-
ing services at 6:45 p.m. Satur-
day services are scheduled 101
r.... : which wants g am., with Rabbi Isaac Ever
linate its with discussing the Weekly Portion.
ha will be at 6:15 p.m.. fol-
Israel is cone rn. I because of low 5 Shalos Seudos and
the n< ilitary rsl ip in Maariv.
*hif*?h- RFTH DJVID CONGREGA-
1 the BETH uavil< v*ww>
Arab- TION will hod Saturday morn-
; He pi -': "......
at not on 1 .
ion in _____- inir
rcles His new FLAGLERGRANADA JEW-
ead.v d", ISH COMMUNITY CENTER Wll
; :.,;.,. of munitions wit I Fri laj evi rvices ai
tatives I l p.m. Daily services are at o
lay as the State Department .! conTwrs
lements" its MutU S HIALEAH-MIAMI
itv program in that area.
Alpha Epsilon Phi
Alumnae Hear
Convention Talk
A
JEWISH COMMUNITY CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
servii, it 8 15 p.m. Reverend
I Le 1 Heim will officiate an I
What Is Faith. An Oneg
at is scheduled to follow,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon
ts in honor of then
ig] ti:. Laui ie Rose. Sain:
Interna morning em rvices will b ai
I will hold Friday evening aerv-
ices at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morn-
ing services will be at 9 a.m.
[Mincha is scheduled for 6:30 p.m.
Daily services are at 7:30 a.m.,
and at 6:50 p.nv %
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
services at 6:45 p.m. Saturday
i morning services are scheduled
for 9 a.m., with Samuel Rich-
man assisting Rabbi Alfred Wax-
' man. Afternoon services will be
at 6 p.m., followed by Shalos
Surdos, with Leonard Harris as
host. ( .
ZAMCRA JEWISH CENTER
will hold regular services Sat-
urday at 9 a.m., with Reverend
Rudolf E. Brill officiating. An
Oneg Shabbat will follow.

BETH JACOB CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
se. vices at 6:30 p.m. Saturday
morning services will be at 8:30
a 111. Mini ha is scheduled for
6:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos
Seudos. Rabbi Moses MeschelofI
will discu the Weekly Portion.
Dailj si : es are at ":30 a.m.,
and at 6:30 p.m.
*
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
. evening services at 6 p.m
s.,Hildas- morning services are
luled for 8:30 a.m., with 1
Rabbi Abraham Sachs discussing
the Weekly Portion. Mincha will I
be at 5:30 p.m., followed by
Shalos Seudos.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1952
Beach Branch Plans
Family Fun Frolics
The Summer Day Camp of the
Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
ity (.' nt. i 's Beach Branch has
planned a day of Family Fun on
.Sunday. August 17th, between
4 and 8 p.m.
Funds raised will go Into a
Scholarship Fund for Day Camp-
I ers who need help. Children will
perform at 4:30 p.m., followed by
supper. There will also be games
and gift booths.
Goldovsky. Bitter
Interviewed On WKAT
Mrs. Marie Volpe will inter-
view Boris Goldovsky, pianist
and commentator, and Conduc-
tor John Bitter on Saturday, Aug
ust 16th, 6:30 p.m., over Sta-
tion WKAT. Both artists will
appear on the eighth, and last.
Pop concert of the University of
Miami Symphony Orchestra on
Sunday evening, August 17th, at
the Miami JJeach Auditorium.
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Mi Clemi e Levy d i
. Gre Mian Alumnae GATICN will hold Friday i
tioi igno theii nlist-1 v... ,,vv attended the Con-
dlitary as- vention which was held at Glenn
stanc Th Stat. Dei I enl -A springs c from
" t Israi 29th 1 July 4th. as
ial put it. "in Thi ., m \ lcaj associ-
Aral ,i irromn mvine her was
..':.- would rathi r I ike a
. on too little, too late tor
an expendable Israel than risk
:: those great, t<.ee Arab
Leagu< ;
Bee ausi h inci I the suc-
fessful formation of a Mid-He
East command are so slim, the
withholding of arms from Israel
pending the creation of such a
command is considered by Israel
to be tantamount to a indef-
inite delay. The Mutual Si cur-
ity Acts ol both 1951 and 1952,
jjich : xtrai t< d from Con-
tration with
i ilty, contained nil-
munitions
itioi A r.panyii her was
Mrs. Sidney Lewis, president.
The n ei ting will also inclu n
further planning foi I i oming
Mrs Marvin Zank is in
charge of information
Workmen Circle
Branches To Fete
Silver Anniversary
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold* Friday evening
services at 6:30 p.m.. with Rab-
bi Irving Lehrman officiating and
Cantor David Silverman assist-
ing. Saturday morning services
will be at 9 a.m. Daily services
in the Chapel are at 8 a.m.. and
at 6:45 p.m.
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Workmen's Circle Branch No. will be at 8:30 a.m., with i:
C92 is scheduled to celebrate its Simon April discussing: Home-
silvei anniversary in conjunction coming. A class in Theology is
with the 33rd Southern District scheduled for 5:30 p.m.. follow-
c ,. ferenei it ha en announc- ed by Mincha, Shalos Seudos and
. | | [y Maariv. ^
l-rl'i and tl Ara But Is- Undei f the then ___ T, -,.,. -_
,..- tl local NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
I Isi-a,i was org : in Noven TER will hold Fridaj '
... ... si, .. .- servici it 8 p.m.. with Rabbi
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.,. secur- Soul havii .... Great Expect
ir. | the National B Di -ctors tions, will I the subji t i
__________________ _______ The branch currently m ets ii sern m to be delivered bj
its L; at ,-'.' hington Av- Rabbi. An Oneg Shabbat
with .. membership ol follow, honoring the 70th birth-
225. ' A sister group, !'.: inch No. 899, Goldman. Saturday morning
was established in 1946. to serv- vices will be at 9 a.m.
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ol 180. Both groups maintain will hold Friday evening servic-
es tonight at 8:15 p.m. Dr. Jacob
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Burt Stone Sparks
Infantry Division
To National Repute
Burt Stone, Son of Mr. and Mrs.
nave Stone. 4776 SW 2nd Ter-
race Miami. sparked C-imp
Breckinridge's S tie National Semi-Pro Base-
ball Tournament.
The 24-year-old second base-
man! who is a former Miami
Beach High School star, "was the
( utstanding player in the tourna-
ment in the opinion of the fans,
scribes and ball players. He made
spectacular fielding plays and
only one error in 29 chances."
reported The Screaming Eagle,
newspaper for Camp Breckin-
ridge and the 101st Airborne Di-
vision.
Stone won a baseball scholar-
ship to the University of Wis-
consin in 1947, then signed with
the Boston Braves Farm System
Currently holding a contract with
Milwaukee of the AAA League.
he entered the Army in 1950,
and will be discharged in April
of next year.
In addition to his parents who
reside here, are his sister and
brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Jesse Nowak, of 339 SW 24th
Road, and his nieces, Carol and
Rita, students at the Hebrew
Academy.
Jewish School*
ICiiiisiration On
September 2nd
R* gistration at all Jewish
S Is of Greater Miami has
bet n set for the weeks of Septem-
bi: 2nd through 14th. according
: the standard school calendar
pul lished by the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education of Greater Miami,
as announced by Benjamin Mey-
i rs, president.
Classes are scheduled to begin.
.t the Afternoon Schools on
Monday, September 8th. and at
the Sunday Schools on Septem-
(.: 14th.
It was also announced that
placement of teachers at the var-
ious schools is now in full swing.
Applicants have been requested
to contact the Bureau of Jewish
Education.
Construction of the new Beth David Religious School, for which
cording to plans, it is expected to be completed for the new sem
eluding nursery, pre-kindergarten and kindergarten facilities. Da
School will also be housed there, augmented by completely reno
pected to begin on the interior of the Synagogue prior to the im
ground was broken on June 1st. is now in full progress, and ac
ester. The two-story building will consist of ten classrooms, in-
ily sessions will function in the new building, and the Sunday
vated school rooms in the Synagogue building. Work is also ex-
pending High Holy Days. ___________________Associate..
Women's Group Holds
Shipwreck Party Here
The Women's Group of the
Flagler-Granada Jewish Com-
munity Center will sponsor a
Shipwreck Party on Sunday ev-
ening. August 17th, 8 p.m.. at the
Saxon Motel. Mrs. Ben Clein
and Mrs. Samuel Kirseher are
co-chairmen of the affair, as-
sisted by the Mesdames Joseph
Shankman, Morton Lebar, Mich-
ael Antin and Jack Shaw.
Bowlers Hold Banquet
The Flagler-Granada Jewish
Community Center's Bawling
League will hold its banquet on
September 7th. The new Fall
League is scheduled to start on
Tuesday. September 9th, at the
Lucky Strike Alleys, according
to Ralph Lang, chairman.
Worth Rode
Lists Artii i tit's
The North Dado Jewish Cen-
ter will hold a general meeting
on Wednesday evening. August
20th. at 8 p.m. Rabbi Harry Et-
tinger will address the member-
ship.
The Men's Club is sponsoring
a dance called. Cabaret Night, at
the Center. 13630 West Dixie
Highway, tomorrow evening,
August 16th. 8 p.m.
The next group ol Center blood
donors will meet on Sunday
morning. August 24th. at 7:45 a.m.
Hall of the blood donations go
to the Armed Services. The re-
mainder is credited to the Blood
Bank of the North Dade Jewish
Center.
Only l.. TEL AVIV CWN89 The so-called Religious Congregation,
with headquarters in Warsaw, is now the only Jewish group which
is legally recognized by the Polish Communist Government, ac-
cording to a confidential report received here from Warsaw. The
Jewish Democratic Committee, which bitterly fought the move-
ment among Poland's Jews to emigrate to Israel, has been liquidat-
ed by the Government. A large number of Yiddish weeklies ar'>
still appearing in Poland, the report states.
Hialeah Swim-Dance
A Swim-Dance will be given
by the Ladies Auxiliary ot the
Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish
Community Center on Sunday
evening, August 17th. at the Sov-
ereign Hotel.
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*3^HtThridiar_
Stanley Olstvin
is liar Mitzrah
Stan! s< n of Mr.
and Mis.
tein, 3885'NW 4th Ter-
race. Miami. will become Bar
now morning. a"k
Han:
Ti the ranks oMhose
The
airing
She's been "half-ready icr a mon.n. ...
.- th, "Drink Hearty Boys
lhe occasion.
Lester Brodv
i -shop
Saturday af-
His place is near Dr. Abraham WoHsc
aoe on whose rooi-perch I spotted the learnic ma.-,
^^ns.ud.ous^scanninothesea...
Bc^lU> ; ;.:..; GoSha::m^s'reun1on
io^Marfe ttV next week:' jonjet^dr^esm Iron, g*~
tc diggir.g through the deep treere for a coupla gees
Freshman at the University .1 Miami n September will be
jucv- FrKman elor io Pittsburgh's H, '= ^mans.
_____ .< c.-.. q..,-.- Marhim there, one
neatly
an-

HV; district manager of Singei Sewing MachilM there, and I I
FRIDAY. AUGUST 15. 1952
Browns Feted At
Golden Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Frank B: >wn ol
1236 SW 7th Street. Mia- .. ,j
celebrate their 50th wedding ai-
niversary on Sunday. August
17th, 5 p.m., at the home of theii
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
Mrt. Eugene Muchnick
Green, Muchnick
Wed At Monte Carlo
Mr. and Mrs.
O- August 2nd. at the Monte i
Carlo Hotel. Miss Francine | Mrs. Al Solomon,
Green, daughter of Mrs. Anna Avenue.
Green. 990 Biarritz Drive, be- | Hostess at the golden
the bride of Eugene Much-
!
Brou'ii
1801 SW 27th
On
: -
led a s:gh:>^ inj I i the campus I si I i '
int. S gof ( '..; i enjc
..,:. summi : visit :: m laughtei Mrs. Belli at
where husband Franklin Mar.dell i win a ]
Like rr.i ther. lik. tej the new variatioi M
Lindenbaum tea,:,- secoi
Seena teaches Spans They re
is and seeing Miami isins Mi and Mrs. Al La Frar.tz.
I, lay with th. i is Seena s I n Leonora Fox, whosi rcther
\. ... untant Arthui Edward Fcx .
NEWS LINES:
This week's Manchester Guardian carries a letter tc the public
rating that the real famine in Israel is not for iced, but for Er.g-
l;sh cocks. And makes a plea to ship six pounds ci anything good
ycu've got, for 5 shillings. Collection depots are in Tel-Aviv and
Hcifa. among othsr spots, supervised by the Women's Internation-
al Zionist Orgariialion Currency restrictions have iixed it sc
that Israeli booksellers have a tough time buying literature
making it even icugher to read literature Sometimes, though.
I think it's almost easier to write it than to read it!
NORTH BAY VILLAGE:
Dropping ini the Villi ver on th< 79th Street C
.,.:. revives that old American pioneei feeling, ii y< pick ; City
C .... evi n.:.- v n they re tossirg discussi i I T I
i artment's :. ar ther car ..- speed-graphi I catch'
accidents ... or fire hydrant protection (trui ks beei tei (king |
thi .lazes out of their fire hydrants lately) or Dippei r." betti
0 -._: es or any i i the myriad i I matter entering the realn
01 municipal ac:.___tration. In the keen audience last week sat
Milton Steinhardt. who's also president cf the North Bay Village
Businessmen's Ass'n. Beside him sat Bernie Firestone, its vice-
Fresident. During the day. Bernie runs the Sun and Shade Patio
Shop. I mention it because that's a nice name conveniently embrac-
ing every climate we can produce A'. Hoffman had much to
contribute and so icl hardware rrar. Scott Goldstein in the way of
commentaries on r >w to develop, and in which direction altr.ough.
frankly, the Village Council gives every evidence of having sub-
stantial comprehension of tins topic itself Prime-developer Sam
Sklar was also present. When I phoned him next day tc obtain an
tnswer lo a question I had there are a lot of questions or.e never
reeds answers for. and come to think of it. I prefer these Mrs.
Sklar reported he was at lhe doctor's. So whatever it was. sir. I
hope all you had to gel was an aspirin.
Later, such is the power of democracy, an auxiliary council
ahi ped itself up outside on the lawn, to air further opinions. Center
of this, sturdily h icing his ground, was Ira Levy And although
I'd heard of his smooth wit for years, this marked the first time I
could associate that lean grey-haired Hamlet with his narr.e Joe i
War.ick. I'd adm.red him for a long til
MUSICIANS ARE ALERTED to the first-class rehearsals on |
Monday nights in the Beach Y of lhe Miami Beach Symphonette.
Tremendous opening brought 40 symphcneltists lo make beautiful
music for the listening ears of Bill Reavo. Ft. Lauderdale's orches-
tra leader. Enthusiasm ran high. One lollower-from-afai is Flora
Previn, observing everything noteworthy with considerable inter- I
rst. Sne's just back from a boat trip and stay in Havana, where
i discovered a perfect alode near the Nacional, a new small'
hotel whose won.en owners are so obliging, they're replacements !
for telephones, until th phones get installed Another birthday
rolls into view for abstractionist Charles R. Jacobson. August 141h. '
Latest design in the Jacobson home is lhe unique phone shelf I
cr.e of his paintings! And you've prcbably been picking ud colorful '
itories, loo. of fhei? wall hues tomato and mocha ..."
I h< i rei lizing I've a few odds and ends to gathei into a
i ragraph, but I'm fidgety I've gol a dan ery rinute
i ieck into Mt. Sinai for surgi ry 1 now and I haven't even
gathered up my little bundle of two books, fountf.,n-pen ,
I :et I figure-. I'i take. This is so sudden!
Best o' luck io all of us!
Stanley Olstein
:-... at the Hialeah-
M : Springs Jewish Commun-
:tv CCnt' u.u
': i Bat Mitzvah is an eighth
denl ,t Kinloch Junior
; St ol, hen he is a mem-
fc r of thi Band, and attended
da Hebrew School.
Reverend Leo Heim will offici-
.: ing the ceremony.
Out- f-1 wn guests will in-
Mi d Mrs Hyman Dal-
fsky and Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
Camtnskv, of Boston, Massachus-
etts nd Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
N< w York.
Latt, Ratner Wed;
Will Reside Here
Mrs. Tillie Latt, of Detroit.
Michigan, and Mr. Michael Rat-
ner, ol 820 Michigan Avenue. Mi-
ami Ei ach, weie married on Mon-
\. :-/.ng. August 4th. at Mr.
Ratner's residence. They were at-
tended by Mr. and Mrs. Joe S.
Smith. usins of the bride.
Present at a reception follow-
ing the ceremony were Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Marks. Mr. and Mrs.
Abe Mudick a-d Mr. Jack Ep-
stein, who arrived for the occas-
ion.
The couple will make their res-
idence on Miami Beach.
cari.t -
nick, son of Mrs. Pauline Much-
nick. Barclay Plaza Hotel.
Rabbi Mayer Abromowitz of-
ficiated. Best man was Sanford
Muchnick, with Adrienne Much-
nick acting as maid of honor.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Wil-
lard Simon.
lhe bnde wore a white.nylon
net ballerina-length gown. Her
shoulder-length illusion veil was
attached to a lace cap trimmed
with cultured pearls. Her only
piece of jewelry was a strand of
pearls, a gift of the groom. She
carried white orchids on a Bible.
The bride and groom both at-
tended Atlantic City High School
in New Jersey. Following a tour
of th,- Northern states, they will
make their home in Philadelphia.
Israelite Center Meeting
The Israelite Center will hold
a regular meeting on Tuesday.
August 19th. 8 p.m.. at the Cen-
ter. Hy Morris will preside. The
third reading of the constitution
will take place at that time.
wedding
celebration will be thei: grand-
! daughter, Mrs. Bernard Shenk-
I man, of 41 SW 58th Court.
Miami residents for the past
four years, the feted couple are
; originally from Akron. Ohio,
| where Mr. Brown was t Di
; Stores owner.
Other children attending the
[anniversary celebration will in-
clude Mrs. Nellie Sitren. f 1236
SW "th Street, and Mr. a: i Mrs.
Adolph Brown, cf 1361 SW 31st
| Court.
Out-of-town guests attending
I will be the Brown's son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Brown. Akron. Ohio; Mrs.
Brown's sister. Mis. Rutl 1"
also of Akron: and the:1 nil i
Mrs. Harry Rubins. Cleveland,
Ohio.
Granddaughters, in addition to
ithe hostess, who will greet Uw
golden wedding couple are I
Misses Geraldine Brown and Lei
and Maurine Rui
Mr. and Mrs. Brown have sev-
en grandchildren gb6 one great
I grandson.
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Personally Speaking
Mis. Bessie M. Elman, oi 2840 SW 25ih Street, Miami, leit
plans ici Eostcn, Massachusetts, to act as delegate ct the
nAV Convention.
* *
Mr. and Mis. Day J. Apte have reiuir.cd to .he United
les ic"cv/ing a slay oi rcme three n-.c...h_ :.. --.-_. -. wp .._-
q a great pail ci their time in Israel, the Aptes ciso visited
11 other European countiies. At piesent, they cie in Culiiomia.
* *
Mr. Gus Trau. ct 4574 Na-jtilus Dij-.e, Micmi 3_u...i, ..-
left lei a iwo-mcnth vacation in the North.
* + *
Mr. and Mis. Acion Fan, oi S34 7th Tenace. Miami
Beech, it!' lest Fiidcy en the SS Nuevo Dominicano ici N'cssau.
With them are theii rcn, Kaivey, and Mis. Jecnett? Goci, Mrs.
I Fan's nether. Ficm Nassau, they will ijy to New York and then
meter through New England. The Fai:s wjJI ratuin here Sep-
lernbci 2r.d.
+ *
A Fciewell Faity was tendered Mi. end Mis. Isidore Gold
Iby Mr- and Mis. H. p vak and friends prioi to the Gold's de-
parture ici New Yoik, wheie they will visit theii children.
* *
Mr. end Mis. Miltcn Sirkin, ci 2024 North Eny Road. Micmi
iBeach, have left ioi New York end Camp Tamcment. Pennsyl-
vania, where they will vocation icr lhiee week.
* *
Mr. and Mis. Iradoie Cohen, of 1823 Biscayne, cel-
lebiaied theii 45th wedding cnniveisciy ct home with their
Ichilciie.T end hiend3.
+ + *
Mi. Mcnis Schneider has returned lo his heme in Miami,
|fcllcw:r.g a three-week vacation at Dunciaggcn Inn, Hendei-
lsonv;lle, North Caiclina.
* +
Cn vocction at the Lockout Mountcin Hotel, Tennessee,
Ihove re?n Mr. end Mrs. Walter Vollweilei (Beech Cpticcl Corn-
Ipcny end sen, Andy. Mi. and Mi?. Leonaid Egeit end daugh-
Iteis, Andrea and Joyce, Mr. ond Mr?. Nat Fuiman, Mr. end
IMrs. Ai LcZilo and children, Patricia and John, Mi. and Mis.
A1v:.t Watron end Dr. and Mis. Robert Levin end son, Mork.
* *
Vivienoe Rosenthcl, ci 2485 SW 22nd Avenue, Miami, is
[entertaining iriends, Mr. Sheldon Zv.eifJer. Erooklyn, New York,
land Mr. Millet A. Louis,, Elrnont, Lcr.g Island, New Ycik. at the
IRivieia Ccfccr.a Club.
* + *
The Cscecla Lake Inn, Kendeiscnville, North Caiolina,
|v/elrced the icilowing vacation anivals: Mr. end Mis. Ely
Bchwartz, Mi. Joseph Sieeel, Mr. and Mrs. Hcivev Herman
land daughter, Bonnie. Mi. and Mis. S;dney Mil'beig and
children, Sharon and Melvin. Mi. and Mis. Leo Bock. Mi. and
IMis. Are Mcloii. Mi. and Mis. Hemy Sternlie and Mr. end Mis.
|nai:y D:cmond.
* *
Du.-.cioggan Inn, Hendeisonville, North Carolina, announc-
es the iciicwing new vocation arrivals bom the Miami crea:
IM:. and Mis. S. J. Spector. Mi. and Mis. Julius Spector. Dr. and
Iran. J. S. Sperling. Mi. and Mis. Sidney Aionovitz and children.
UJcire end Tod. Mr. and Mis. Al Wise. Mi. and Mis. S. J. Bask-
P TS' JS6Ph Wei6- Mfc and Mis. Geoige Goodiriench?. Mi.
pod Mrs. Haiold Zeeman end daughlei. Roberta, and Mi. and
n,i- Marvin Mikles and daughtei. Peggy.
y&mzn flUaLc tudU>
'THE SCHOOL WITH THE MODERN APPROACH)
F.e-Cpcns for the Season
Prirate instruction for Children
and Adults
PIANO VIOLIN SIGHT-READING
Miss Cohen Chooses
Chnntillv Lace Gown
In a double ring ceremony at
the Trocodeio Restauiant on
August 2nd. Miss Esther Cohen,
-. ihc Chestertield Hotel, and
daughter of Mrs. Sarah Cohen,
New Milfo:d, Connecticut, and
Kolni, Segcl
Betrothal Told
The engagement of then-
daughter. Gail, to Mr. Donald
Segel, Forest Hills, New York,
is arnounced by the bride-elect's
Aruiiiin c
Mrs. Chester Weiner
the late Samuel Cohen, became
the bride of Chester David Wein-
er, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rubin
Weiner. 3746 Chase Avenue, Mi-
ami Beach.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff offici-
ated. Best man was Leon Berg.
Mrs. L. Gellis acted as matron ot
honor. Ring bearer was David
Cohen.
The bride wore a power blue
imported chantilly lace over satin
b;.lkiina-length strapless gown
with a f'tted jacket and long
sleeves. Her shoulder length il-
lusion veil was attached to a tri-
red cap of matching lace
ar.d satin. She carried an old
fashioned bouquet of white or-
ohids.
The couple will make their
home on Miami Bcarh.
Journal Dance Held
At West Miami Center
The Third Annual Journal
Dance of the West Miami Jewish
Center is scheduled for August
30th. at the Center. The affair
will culminate the publication of
the Journal. Bernard Weiner is
chairman of the program.
Bride "I Ui.- Da) Photo
Mrs. Phillip Eltlnger
Claire Tudor Weds
Phillip Ettinger
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Tudor,
of 1902 SW 7th Street. Miami,
announce the marriage of their
daughter. Claire Mae, to Private
Ph:liip Ettinger. son of Mrs. Eth-
el Ettinger. Monticello, New
York.
The wedding ceremony was
held last August 3rd. in the
study of Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Given in marriage by Mr. Na-
than Tudor, {he bnde"s uncle,
newlywed Mrs. Ettinger wore a
dusty rose-colored suit with
white accessories and white or-
chid corsage. Mrs. Tudor, 'her
mother,' was attired in navy
blue, with orchid corsage.
Btst n.an was Mr. Sol Sher-
man. Miss Florence Tudor, the
bride's sister, acted as [lower
girl.
The for.T.er Miss Tudor is a
graduate of Miami Senior High
School. Private Ettinger attend-
ed New York University prior to
his current tour of duty with the
United Stite Army.
A reception at Jonesy*s Res-
taurant followed the wedding
ceremony. After a wedding trip
to Mexico, the couple will residi
in San Antonio. Texas.
Miss Cm! Kohn
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
S. Kohn. 48 Almeria. Coral Gab-
les. ,:nd Washington. D.C.
Miss Kohn attended the Uni-
versity Of Miami and Tempi-'
University. Philadelphia, Penn-
sylvania. She is a member of
Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority. Mr.
Segel is a graduate of Pace In-
stitute.
The couple will be married on
September 14th.
West Miami Hayride
The Sisterhood oi' the West
Miami Jewish Center will hold
a Hayride and Dance tomorrow
evening. 8 p.m.. at Dawson stab
les. 10201 Bird Road. Mrs. Pearl
Teitler is in charge of reserva-
tions.
PARKWAY
Kosher
1255 S.W. 22nd St. Phone 9-0968
PHONE 5-4428
Pioneer Women
Hold Party
Pioneer Women. Club No. 2.
will hold a Dinner and Card
Partv on Sunday evening, Aug-
ust 24th. 6:30 p.m.. at the Knes-
eth Israel Congregation.
Proceeds will be used for the
Children's Home m Israel main-
tained by the Pioneer Women's
Council here. Chairman of the
affair is Mrs. Jacob Krar.tz, an-
nounced President Ida Jacobs.
Roosevelt Women Hold
Swim-Dance At Bombay
The Eleanor Roosevelt Chap-
i ter, B'nai B's ith Women, will
hold a Swim-Dance on Sunday.
August 17th, 8 p.m.. at the Bom-
bay Hotel, according to Mrs. Dav-
id Dubov, membership chairman.
WANTED
Nice woman for companion, must
be a capable drirer. A good
, home is provided.
PHONE 86-2389
Publish Xt'ir
Work Itn
0r. Wolf son
MIAMI BEACH
'pops'
8th and Last ConcertSun., Aug. 17th
UdJt. ci Miami Summer Symphony
John Bitter. CordueJcr
BORIS
GOLDOVSKY
Pianist and Commentator
in en Opera Evening
Miami Bfech Auditorium
Air-Condftione '
Ret. Tble Set $1 50
Unrcs. Sean 1.00 We
For Retervalioni Call l-'-J*7?
Assign Sett man
To Camp Pivhett
Lieutenant Herbert Seltman,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Selt-
ran, 901 SW 23rd Avenue, Mi-
ami, has been assigned to the
Medical Replacement Training
Center at Camp Pickett, Virgin-
jfl.
The 1947 graduate of Miami
High School received a BS de-
gree from the Chicago College
of Optometry in 1951.
At MRTC, the Army's only
rasic training center for medical
enlisted men, Seltman will train
recent inductees in the funda-
mentals of supporting patients in
nospitals and troops in the field.
Stops Laxatives
regains youthful regularity
"For thirty years. I took so many
kinds of pills and laxatives to re-
lieve constipation. Since I started
eating all-bran every day, those
troubles are over." says busy
Bethany. Mo., woman. If you. too,
suffer from irrenularity due to
lack of dietary bulk, try toasty
all-bran. It's helped thousands to
regain youthful regularity. Rich
in iron! high In cereal protein,
* provides essential B and D vita-
mins. Not habit-forming. Its the
onlv type ready-to-eat cereal that
supplies all the bulk you may
need. Eat '2 cup every day: drink
plenty of liquids. If you're not
completely satisfied after 10 days,
send empty carton to Kellogg's,
Battle Creek. Mich., and get
DOOTLE YOUR MONEY BACK!
A recent addition to the ex-
i panding number of works written
by Dr. Abraham Wolfson is his
book entitled. The Road To
Health And Happier Living.
Dr. Wolfson, who resides at
124 11th Street, Miami Beach,
incorporates in his volume sec-
! tions on mental, physical and
! spinitual health. Long known \
! here as the lounder and leader j
I of the Spinoza Outdoor Forum.
; which meets weekly at his home, '
Dr. Wolfson is a noted vegetal- ,
, ian.
Other of his works include.
Spiroza: A Life Of Reason and
The Way To Knowledge.
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hone U!M.ti2?
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PAGE 10
*JgSM FIcriciiarL
FRIDAY, AUGUST is 100
Jews In Sports
Bv BILL WOLF
(copyright, 1952. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, inc.j
GaMes Center
0|M'iis Soawm
On Sunday. August 24Ih. at
8-30 p.m., Naphtali Weidberg,
chairman of the Coral Gables
Jewish Center Men ershjpCor
mittee,
at the
ering.
Letters To The Editor]
will welcome members
seasoi '- first social gatn-
Two wrestlers, an American 200 meter race* *Jr to^be elim-
: :s "rJewishCdat^,ef tVom ''^^^ JMSSjj here.
I roughout the world who took Oar ;"<- '"./,,;,"' lRi '* \ ,/ ,,,...!,-, c.eiein Mr. Simonhof1 has offered an^la-
part in the Olympic games rec- womens Wtaen re- ^..ffilnf chairman, will an- Bond pri K
part in tne uiympie gami-a ... ::;." .u
ently concluded at Helsinki. Pin- Wittenberg, who
land.
The American, lightheavy
weight Herrv Wittenberg finish-
ed second in this event. How-
ever, the New Yorker lost the
Olympic championship he had
held since 1948. when he won
first place in the games at Lon-
don.
Boris Gurevitch, lightweight
wrestler, won a gold medal by
taking a first place for the Sov-
iet team. Other Soviet Jewish
athletes who finished in the win-
ning column included Tamar Ty-
. had been re-
garded as a hopeful, couldn't
make the 36 meter minimum re-
quired to remain in the compe-
tition. She was short by one-fifth
of a meter. Aneh Glick didr. t
do the 800-meter run in loss than
two minutes. Neither did the
Israeli basketball team, coached
bv Brooklvn college mentor Tuby
Raskin, get into the main compe-
tition. The squad was knocked
out in the preliminaries by vir-
tue of losses to the Greek and
Philippine cagers.
Israeli athletes were all enter-
n addiUoS to the Center Tom- gooJc. The contest is sull
pi, Building, designed for some forccj
1.100 worshippers
nir.g column included Tamar iv rf h) Hebrew names.
shkevich. who took 4th place in "noer ^ ^
for the
proaching'Higfi Holy Day*.
.l.-uisli Forum
Hoard On WMIE
Letters f.r- away with a thing. I fust voi'l
.;.";;; ,.,.,.,., for th cessation will nMu writing, ii nlyjjl
- the benefit of the lutl, ,,,,,, '
Respi : I,.;. lur^ .
Sol Koven >
Shan't 0 haplvr
Summer Swirl
At Sea Hull
Sharet Chapter. B'nai BVith
Young Women, will h M ;.s
Third Annual Summer Sw
the Sea Gull Hot. 1 on
evening, August 17th, 9 p
(Editor's note:
to.
;,/ publicotipti of Harry Sirnm-
,,,,,,, popular column. Ill Say
continue to fill the mail boxes of
The Jewish Florulwn. Bele.tr are
several o] the many note* re-
;.,.,.,( tlus week which were
Dear Mr. Simonhoff:
Like your hometown readers, I
alsn ree'ret that vou found it nee- ------.--
ess rv to d Continue your col- nsh music for dancing, with,,
umn I always looked for it when floor show presented by
irl at
the Sea Gull Hot. 1 on Sunday
vening, August 17th. 9 p.m
Jack Lopez' Orchestra will fur.
the women's shot-put. and Mihail
Perelrran and Joseph Berdiev.
who were on the winning Rus-
sian gymnastic team.
Two leading US team mem-
Vtr- were eliminated on tech-
ilities. Martir Engel fouled
times aft. i working his
way the finals of the ham-
,: : a, and Henrv I..
AAU : '' as dis-
:"or not walking a.
i rul( a !' wi s th(
: this ned 1
Numerous athletes had not yet
changed the names of their var-
ious native countries into the He-
brew. The Israeli Government
did this for them for the purpose
of the Olympics.
There were at least seven other
Jewish athletes entered from var-
is countries, and there prob-
were more who have not
,. been identified. They in-
: Bri1 Peter Elliot, i
| the Floridian arrived at my desk,
Simon Seiden's Jewish Forum j and reprinted several to the
of the Air will be heard on Sun- i dciight of our own readers. 1 ap-
davs from 10 to 11 a.m.. over | precjate your mentioning this
radio station WMIE, beginning r in your closing column,
with August 17th. May your book be a best seller
Inauguration, of the broadcast ; gnd may vou find it possible to
series over the 10.000 watt sta- j corltjnlu. your excellent columns
tion will be marked by the ap- | latcl
pearance of Rabbi Max Shap-
piro, spiritual leader of Beth Dav-
id Svragogue and president of
the Greater Miami Rabbinical
Association.
Beth David Tickets
Belli David
nounced early
on.
Sincerely,
Robert S- Gamzey, Editor
Intermountain Jewish
News
Denver. Colorado
Dear Mr. Simonhoff:
First of all we wart
vou to
. .. -....................
n ru t. The US
-...' coi any hor.on
-* Jf*' A ling to a i ress re] rt, at
elieast m. natt n I I to 1
: lived up to advance warnings that
In retrospect, th. attempts might be made to give
; '- Israel a raw deal. An Egyptian
-- tary of the meeting of
: -- ': J the International Wrestling
; 'V : dation. He called the roll
rhe mere 1 ha Israel _.,,..._ t.,u.(. and ,..lth time
M* to em earn,, iif Israe] ned
. was queried, the sec-
A sorting to reported to have ask-
pen rn anc was tui
. ...... ... ..... .,'.. t. m a.m., to (
gue
at goes on in
spiritually.
_ economically.
rText, I want to be in on the
Inaming contest, so I humbly sub
; nut my preference:
sional entertainers. Proceeds are<
scheduled for a number < f char-]
ities which Sharet represents.
Israel Kosher Salami
Featured At Stevens
Stevens Market, located
6209 NW 27th Avenue, will fea-
ture a special weekend food ]
demonstration of midget -alamis
manufactured locally by Israel
National Kosher Sausag Com-;
pany, Inc.. 230 NW 5th Street.'
Samples will be given shoppers!
visiting the oemonstratijn.
LEGAL NOTICE
Obituaries
he could possibly accept;!';
:. runner David Ta ak. Isi .... fm a ,.,'.,.,. fnB, dllf,., n:
HARUY AI l.i:il
_: Kuelld Avenue, Miami
m Massai huwttM, died
. Lynn He had be. n .t
resident here foi 2S yeai
including Mm Augusta Dear Mr. Simonholt.
Ml in i llea. h, ons and
.,, L. iren Sen l< i < and In-
lermi I r. In Lj nn,
ANNIE L.IEBERMAN
s.;. of 1200 BW ml. Street, Miami,
died Saturday. A resldeiH here for
il. past flv. years, she !> lurvlvcd
Sincerely.
Efi'ie Platoff
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURtl
IN AND FOR DADE COL .TV,
FLORIDA. IN PROEATE
No. 28529-A
In R. E8TAT1 i
SAMUEL S 8A. KS, I
To All Credltoi
i i j-c Clalmi
s.i id Batate:
\ i ii. ami ea. h of you .
I notified and required J
; i lalmi ;i nd demandi hi
i either .if > ou, mai h.^ i
i estate of S'AMfEI. s SA
i .-.i^.'ii late nt Dad. hior-l
' Ida, tn ihi- ii..n W F. I: |
ml Jinlni' of bade i
' fll,- lilt- ^anu- in
, i 'ountj Courth. us. I I
H.iildH. wliliin elghl alend V
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Permit me to suggest for your f,,,, n. date oi thi
forthcoming book the following !",.,,;;i',',','/ :
titles:
.. i
her husband, Samuel, a
looll He irvived
- heats in both the 100
the
ind
n"t exisl ,.;,. ,,m Monday, :! "The Miami
Rlvi ;. with Rabhl Morris Bkop
offlclatlni Interment was on Mount
Sinai I", mctei >
Z'2 Assoviation
Plans Thvatrv
Party Week
52 Association of Greater
W It's Auxiliary is
planning a Theatre Party Week
from August 17th through 23rd.
at the Carib, Miami and Miracle
' res.
Featured will be the films.
World In His Arms and What
Glory.
Proceeds will be used by the
52 Association for its work with
veterans. Ticket-- must be pur-
chased through the group or by
calling Betty Fleischer, chair-
' mar. at 5-4459. and Mrs. Fannie
R inson, at 5-9710.
ALBERT ALPERIN
s\v 16th Terrai e, Miami.
; | ,,w.i\ nn August 2nd, at bin
Sur\ Ivors include his Ife,
Syh i, one son, IiIn, a brothel.
^ .-ii. and two sisters, Mrs Bess
in and Mis Sadie Brodie
nei hi New Vol I- 'It)
for services and Interment by "The
!. lie".
Lost Tribes
Set king World Jewry
A People Uprooted
The Submerged Among Na-
tions
Your interesting column was
of course very instructive I
heard for the first time incidents
of Jewish history that I never
knew. But a far more important
function were your candid com-
; ments on local and national '
'i".'' events. With your column ready
to criticize and expose. I had the
feeling that no one could get
i iut.iiJ
;t thl
' ': {
ii.. nil
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RELIABLE DAY WORKERS
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SERVICE
37 N. E. 5th Street Phone 9-8401
AL MEIDENBERG. Owner
HELEN ROSENSTEIN
76, pnssed away on Wednesdas
Bth, i" a local hospital. She -
. her nephew Ms k Rosei
sti ii nf Bi k kl) ii. New V: K Re-
mains '. senl i" New Voi k t'ltj
for ,-' rvlee* and Intermenl b> The
Ml R de".
MARY I.KVY
60, ildi hi re foi the past 1"
Suivlvnrs include her husband, Ja.^ib,
three sisters and foui brothers R.
mains were senl to New York ("Itj
for services and Interment by the
Miami l lei h Riversid.
SAMUEL MESH
7s. of 60 SW 58th Court, .Miami, pass-
ed away Tuesday In ; local hospital,
here for the pasi -i\
i survived t,v his wife,
i-s wI'M- i,a I'n. sda> at
Kuneral Home. Inter-
A resident
% eai s, he
Rose tier\
the (lordoi
ment wai
on Mounl Sinai < "emetei s
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FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
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5505 N. W. 3rd St. Phone 87-8201
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Jewish Trade
iiL-d by Blmon Si-iden
Look for the 2-Story White
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lo contain the \tgni a.ldri
claimant and to be iworii
iii tented .i^ aforesaid, oi
DC hani-ii.
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A s K\. itl
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As Km-' uti -
Will and
SAMVBR g s.v.-K-
Kl -V.NBR fl MANNHEIMKK
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THl
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 01
FLORIDA IN AND FOR 0DE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 152186
EDSON KARL i i
\ i
MAlttlAItET 1 'V. .
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New .u K. New j. .
SUIT for divor:i
TO: Margaret Dow.
you lire in rebj n I fied ll t > '"
of i 'omplalnl f i Wvore.
fill ii against you, onfl >
quired in s.i \ i
hii or Pleading to the Bl
plnint .hi IIm tiff's Attu
STEPHEN V. KESS .Ell
l- lagler Street, M Bml, Kl
file the rn Iglm 1 Answi i u
In ih.- office of th. i rk
cult Courl in or before ti''
of Septembar, 1853 if you
Bo, Judgment by d. taull II
aaainst you for in., relief
In th.- Hill "f '.im|iinint.
Tins notice shall be publ I
each week for foui '. T
in THE JEWISH PI HRH' v\ '.
1.HXK AND ORDERED M -^'J
Plorlda, this l-'tli day i ''
E. H. I.CATIIl- :M.\N.
Clerk, Circuit i
Dad. C inty, I '
tClrcuH Com t heal)
B) M. C l-EI
l i.
STEPHEN P. K'1 .-- KB
\- irney for Plali H'l
2* II West Plagl. 81 '
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE_3 COUl
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TO: ah Credit. .,j
Having -
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Electrio and Acetylan, Waldtng
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i" ims
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Am. w3 eacll o!
in.nn.-.i ami rea '
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either "f you, maj \\ ; n6fj
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eight i atondar BonUi from .,
of the first publ
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1DAY. AUGUST IS, 1952
Jewisti norIdT/ar)
PAGE 11
lamp Sholom
Closes With
amily Frolfcr
jj..,. p shol uii <>f the Greater
I :.h Community Cen-
. nd its camp season with
Fun Frolic on Sunday,
I 17th, 4 to 8 p.m., at the
[ach Brarich, 1536 Bay Road.
Loul ed Mrs. Abraham Cohen,
.. Ci p chairman, and Mrs. Leo
Iberman. chairman of the Fam-
Fur Frolic.
Vith three camp sites in the
j the Greater Miami Jewish
n'munity Center services some
children over an eight-week
riod during the summer
Inths. Thirty per cent of these
lldm came to camp on a
,j. ;-hip basis, Mrs. Cohen
K Family Fun Frolic will in-
de games, booths, dancing and
lertainmei t. Proceeds will go
1)1. a:i o scholarship fund.
articipating as special com-
,,, chairmen of this func-
an Mrs Silly Gainsborough,
committee; Mr.
M ris I.iniado, co-
i. | ooth committee: Mrs.
Si I, chairman, prize
and Mrs. J. M.
, n ,. Mi Morris Honigbaum,
ments commit-
.1 Joseph Grim-
:.. games commit-
Schiff, chairman,
ngementa commit-
I Simkowita, chair-
i mimittee.
: Begler is director
tin Day Camp and serves as
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k
IMJCT \urser>-
liools 4 omplctc
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Great r Miami Jewish
i nter Nursery pro-
I ring completion,
i ns will be discussed at
I ting*, stated Mrs.
j C'.MJCC Nursery
t rman,
rently scheduled
i lugust 13th, Flagler-
ry Committee;
i rig, August 18th.
p.i Bea Branch: Thursday
enii A igust 14th, 8 p.m.,
; :id an over-all
I 'ting on August
Y i\ 490 SW 16th Av-
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ill be made avail-
leries to families
} it. Especially qualified
p traine i lachars, many of
irved with the
Batei Mia Jewish Commun-
C U: Nursery School for
l years, will be on
three schools,
I nan, head teach-
s
fereth Israel Center
Midsummer Dance
I Northside Cen-
" N Miami Avenue.
summer Dance
'. August 16th,
Center buildinu.
vening is Ralph
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JJEWS FROM ISRAEL
Pietrack Airs Operetta Open Religious School Enrollment
Irving Pietrack and his orches-
tra will present an arrangement
of Alexander Goldfadde: 's oper-
etta, Shulamith, on Jacob Schach-
ters Jewish Radio Hour, Sunday
August 17th, 2 p.m., over radio
station WMBM
Flagler-Gi anada Jewish Com-1 Hebrew School registration
munity Center has scheduled wil1 takt place on thc same Sun
Sunday School registration foi
September 7th and 14th, from 10
a.m., to 12 noon, according to an
announcement early.this week.
days, as well as on Monday, Sep-
tember 8th, through Wednesday,
September 10th, from 3:30 p.m.,
until 5 p.m., the announcement
said.
Hialeah Registration
Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish
Community Center will hold reg-
istration for its Sunday and He-
brew Schools on Sunday. Aug-.
ust 17th, from 9 a.m., to 12 p.m.,
and on Monday through Thurs-
day. 2 p.m.. to 6 p.m.
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AUGUST 15, 1552
oris Goidovsky To Perform Mozart
oncerto Sunday At Last Pop Concert
* knirtrkriciton
jti .'. .11 conduct the
"I .. li Symphony
th and last
] -.; Concert ser-
evening, August
th, 8:30 P-i > ai 're Eeach Aud-
,. will be Boris
s a heduled to
Mi zart's Piano Conc-er-
ajor, K488. Mr. Gold-
. s received acclaim
':. |,tan Opera radio com-
ring that organiza-
.',. ;, i -< ries, will also in-
i t ;.n Cperalogue 'i&sed on
Bizet's Carmen.
Uon to the Operalogue.
stra wiH be heard in
] ssini'a William Tell
:. Rcdgers' South Pacific
, pj] nii Sc nario and Sibel-
Finli nd ..
p^,;. -.y. who often is
t ria indication for
,..;., i. nt, replies: "I al-
y -.() si :.-. fdr the audience
nears n usic -ut has no idea
what goes on in the head of
B> man who performs jt. And
there < usually so many
eresting reasons why an artist
;-t> 'a imposition or why he
forms it th< way he does.
ny works if music canr.ot be
ly appreciated unless one
ws thi lumstances that
xpted theii composition. ]n
t, t.l enjoyment of music is
mensel) enhanced bv a knowl-
n and apprei iation of musical
, usica] history.
One day. 1 decided to tell the
lienci < oi the things that
in t.'e work? I
played, The delight and response
: li8ten< j' '' -i that
I made this a regular feature of
Dncerta. Once in a while,
an organization will insist that
I give a formal presentation
without camir.ent. 1 enjoy such
programs occasionally, but I al-
ways feel that the listeners are
missing half the fun they might
have had."
When asked how he started
his (areer. Mr. Goidovsky ans-
wers. "It all began because I was
hungry." This is actually true,
if a trifle startling. It took a
revolution to make a profession-
al pianist of a child of nir.e'
the Russian Revolution, of 1917.
"Life in Moscow." savs Goid-
ovsky. "was full of hardships in
tr.osfc days. There were no stores
and no way of purchasing goods.
In fact, money itself was abolish-
ed. The only way to augment the
meager rations doled out to my
family was by way of concerts at
factories or at workers' clubs."
Your.g Goldovsky"s mother, the
well-known violinist. Lea Lubo-
shutz, would receive a call to
perform and in exchange was
given a few pounds of bread, ap-
ples, herring, chocolate, or that
rarest of luxuries, white flour.
There was always an allotment
provided for her accompanist.
And so, the child prodigy, who
made his professional debut with
the Berlin Philharmonic four
years later, became a profession-
al almost as soon as he became
a student.
PAGE 13
Magazine Calls Orkin Chain Store
Exterminator; Has 69,000 Contracts
Boris Goidovsky
Hvbrvic Iratii'iiiff
View* Rovonl
Based on the rate of applica-
tions being received daily by the
Board of Admissions of The He-
brew Academy, Miami Beach,
Lewis M. Escott, chairman, pre-
dicted a "record registration
peak" for the 1952-1953 year and
anticipates the closing of regis-
tration even before September
4th, the official date of school
opening.
"During the coming term." Es-
cott said, "the Hebrew Academy
will not be able to accommodate
more than 225 children. This
quota has almost been exhausted,
and priority consideration will
row be extended to former pupils
of the Academy."
Dubbing him the Chain Store
Exterminator, a recent issue of
Fortune, national business maga-
zine, carried an article about Ot-
to Orkin, founder and president
of the Orkin Exterminating Com-
pany.
Because Orkin receives almost
10 cents out of every dollar spent
on pest control and extermination
in the ration, Fortune called the
firm the "General Motors of this
business." Ihe publication point-
ed out that Orkin, which has
headquarters in Atlanta, is one
of the largest companies of its
kind.
The article stated that Otto Or-
kin came to the United States
from Latvia in 1893. began ped-
dling rat poison at 14, and set up
his own shop in Richmond, Vir-
gin,a. when he was 19, as Otto
The Rat Man. In 1926. he picked
Atlanta as a central location, and
j his business has been expanding
ever sir.ee.
"His Company." safd Fortune,
"has 69,000 contracts for monthly
'pest control inspection. For $100
a house can be made termite-
proof; for $20 he will rid a house
jOf rats. Among his large ac-
counts are shipping lines, grain
elevators, railroads, chain stores
and textile mills. He also has
' the fly-control contract of the
,AEC's Oak Ridge plant."
The Company has 1,150 em-
ployees, the article reported, and
. is equipped to exterminate every
.sort of pest from mites to snakes.
j It uses 60 types of equipment,
and each branch o.fice stocks 30
kinds of chemicals. Fortune add-

ed that Orkin now proposes still
further expansion of its Chain
Store business.
The Orkin Exterminating Com-
pany operates in 22 states, the
I District of Columbia nd the
j island of Cuba, with 215 uranches
I which serve over 2,000 commun-
ities.
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PAGE 14
flewistiflerSdliar
FRIDAY, AUGUST 15. l9s
During The Week ...as
I See
It
LEO MINDLIN
Billiq. Schwartz
Form New Firm
Formation of the first public
relations and fund ra.sing agen-
cy in Florida was announced this
Seek bv M. C. Billig and Gerald
Schwartz. The firm has opened
offices at 2904 B.scayne Boule-
vard. Miami, and will open its
imain office in the One Lincoln
| Road Building, Suite 222, later
I this month. ,.
Billie resigned as national di-
rector of Trades and Industries
for the S500.000.000 State of IS-
rale Bond drive in New York to
move here and begin the firm,
which will be known as Billig &
Schwartz. He directed Rallies
For Israel throughout the nation
for the United Jewish Appeal
and the bond campaign during
the past several years. Billig al-
so served as fund raising counsel
to Henry Morgenthau, Jr.. in sev-
eral drives.
Schwartz, who has operated
his own public relations and pub-
licity office here for three years.
served as state public relations
director for the Israel Bond drive.
He was campaign director Of the
last building fund appeal of the
Jewish Home for the Aged in
Greater Miami. Schwartz cur-
rently is vice president of the
Greater Miami Professional and
Alumni Chapter of Alpha Delta
VJSfSi.ygS&ZSr^s
FOR
PRI\TI\4i
PRINCIPAL THOUGHT: e stoodI at the edge of Pier NoM
last Sunday afternoon and looked up l? "*. Below was the
su&r&Brs as tssss a-
""" A puffing smoke stack also carried the **!*"&. *&
second* smalL sea flag htoJO % transve se ^
Henrietta S.old. whose prow oispUyed IM^ name ^ ^ a
"" ^&^1^2^^S- -ere was that c
rTtmpfr^ St*S& jBBBff:3
ffifSaS^JfJB^'tth the fact that local
VSSSJMSa^ SK" adding' f=nitv:
SornTemphasized that they had nothing whatever to do with |.
iwrinsthepermits. They further stressed their immunity by indi-
SSSftJ ; US State "Department was the s^e agent fur export
tidal, with a degree of bewilderment, apologized
or 8"^ SLadief?ePre^ti-
t the cargo f scrap iron needed differenti-
The Henrietta S port is Haifa. 1 ve us
.Mi
.. .... ... ne to see the J wish merchant

Behird its presence lay more than the history of th-> new
state's expemnce since the War of Liberation ana. for that matter,
--re than rr.illenia of vision when Jews would or.ce again vie
with nations of the earth in commerce on the high seas as once
they had with Phoenicia. There was. indeed, a current history
which found its roots in the Near East and which circled back to
America's innermost diplomatic spheres. On the face of it. a
simple renture was in the process of being executed. More In-
tricately, however, Israeli-British-Us relations were practically
demonstrated. ,
issed American and English l<
. -,- of i lysis King Farouk's exile
rising did ship in Iran (doub-
. r.-.tally ill King Talal s
ved to en phasize this em-
rhat Isi s thus heavily underscor-
The new state's political and geographic situations were fur-
thsr amplified this week by announcements from Washington that
the Israel Government would henceforth be permitted to purchase
arms here and that investment there would be becked up by
American dollars. This change in attitude comes hard upon the
heels of older Congressional failure to implement fully the Mu-
tua] Security Act agreement for Near Eastern areas and. more
specifically, with Israel.
by no measure of the
truisl Earlii A a and British stands assum-
. while com tship of the ir-
gue ran ra Indeed, the Congressional
agarding 1 el' allegiance in the face of
lerr.ental I MSA as nsulting proportions. The..
; o( the Henrietta Szold is symbolic of the !
re-evaluation t Israeli-British-US relations in the light of current i
li
AFTERTHOUGHT: There was a feeling we experienced, watch- ,
ng the loading of the Henrietta Szold. that car. not easily be des- t
bed. It seems that the roots of a man's sensibility extend far
pond the bounds of his native land, reaching deeply into the tra-
tion of his lore: are! s.
A contemporary writer has called this twilight feeling "the
uncreated conscience of my race". Even so. did we discover a
tremor of buoyancy that might be considered un-American by
Senator Joseph McCarthy. Before us, stood the recrudescence of
Israel's ancient heritage, a people renewed to the active sphere of
national existence. The Star of David, asserting itself as a symbol
of traditional destiny rather than as a yellow arm band of shame
A graduate of North Carolina
State College and the University
of Miami, Schwartz was also a
member of Lead and Ink. journ-
alism honorary; Who s Who In
American Colleges And Univer-
sities- Omicron Delta Kappa,
leadership fraternity; Theta Om-
icron Pi. scholarship honorary;
and Zeta Beta Tau.
Billig. with more than iu
vears experience in fund rais-
ing is a member of Kiwanis In-
ternationay. Schwartz is a mem-
ber of the Miami Beach Optimist
Club and Junior Chamber of
Commerce.
Princess Wilhelmina
Honors Jewish Victims
THE HAGUE (WNS) Prin-
cess Wilhelmina. formerly Queen
of The Netherlands, has accept-
ed the honorary presidency of
the World Committee for the
erection of a monument in Paris
to the Unknown Jewish Martyr.
The monument will be erected in
memory of the 6.000,000 Jews
who were annihilated by the
Nazis during World War II.
Offer $500 Bond
To High Score Bowlers
A $500 United States DeW.
Bond is within the grasp ofT
amians who can roll 300 on t
bowling alley in sanctioS
league competition this seasoT
The $500 Bond is offered,
men or women bowlers bv V
eran Surplus Outlet. Miami FW
ida, and Nat Nast. the creator.'
Bowling Shirts. It ls Jg"
that the competition will D
duce at least 20 perfect sco
this season.
Veteran Surplus Outlet 19J
Biscayne Boulevard. Miami
now registering bowlers for'11
competition.
LEGAL NOTICE
Tall
rm.v cur
P R E S S. Inv.
120 N.E. SIXTH STREET
lhon< 3-71341

CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO AM. TO WHOM THKSK l-UKS-
knts BHALL COMB. ORBWF-
Thto li to certify that, where**,
Milt..11 Stro-t. Miami, Fla.
David Qraubert, Miami. Kla.
Joan 0 Btreet, Miami. i;i
did on the th clay ..f December, A.D
l!.i.,, cause i..... Incorporated under
the i>rovlnlon of Chapter I0OH. L*w
,,, ,.;., M,|:,. ACU ..( 1923, Till-. SKA
KINO COMPANY, corporation, with
it- principal place "f bualneM al Mi-
ami. Dadc County, In the State ol
.1 wherea* Ihe proper pr-
ich corporation Hth das of August, \ D IS62, r
,,. 1.. riled In the office -< Ihe Sec-
, .., i si.,-, ol th. BUU of Flor-
ida, a duls authenticated resolution
adoptvd bj the tocknoldera under
the provision* "i "aid Chaptei I00,
l.,. of Horldn, Acta of l !-.'".. Bhow-
inK the dissolution such corpora-
tion, and the Been tars "f State la
, : ,1 11,ai the requirement! "i
law nave been complied with
IN W1TNEHH WHEREOF, I
have hi unto m> hand
and have affixed the Oreal
Heal ( the State "I Florida,
at Tallahassee, the Capital,
thin the Mtli daj of August,
A i> 1952.
, (SEAL)
R A O.RAY,
Secretarj ol State
I OSCAR RAPPAPORT
Attornes al Laa
71" .-. \ Ih)Ii! Kld|
Miami. I-I.i.
r>2
tin-*-. n.t jiai VI ya-iu, nasei liiiy ajtii cii a byniuui
uionai destiny rather than as a yellow arm band of shame
and derision, struck us above all things, appearing even more sig-
nificant than the politico-military implications of the merchant
ship's docking here.
It was, however, difficult to refrain from further, less senti-
mental observation. What, for example, would neo-religious ele-
ments in the new state think of our feeling they who have become
SO militant in their attitudes that they physically hamper Israel's
commercial and industrial development in the name of ancient prac-
tice? Would they deem this feeling intrusive or foreign'.' Would
they view our deep-rooted sensibility as imitative?
Indeed, what is the nature of "national allegiance", w
dered. and what is this hold primitive religion molded in
fashion has on contemporary men?
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Lay. august is, 1952
'Jewishfkfktiati
PAGE 15
LEGAL NOTICE^
-r^7cT^JNDE FICTITIOUS
Nj0T NAME LAW.
. _. ,5'hbrbb* OIVKN that
toTi.ined, desiring to engage In
.ier. J." fictitious name of
fin'1" in I. BS CHILDREN'S
tl:U'.i,!i' it ::!2t l'ni-e De I*-on
|"K "' ,;.. .1 Qables, Ha.. Intend*
l"le\X2, W name with the Clerk
|;;;r::r; "toKri ..f d** county,
M' ,,,, SAMUEL SCHEINMAN
LEGAL NOTICE
"notice
,rtCB 18 HEREBY GIVEN by
'^J3e?;ned of the discontinuance
,,f the fictitious name,
tin
V. by
rtAIKK DP SUUTH KLDR-
liEKN'ARD HKIiCflrCK
HAKOfcD P. WKISS
S-1S
^rrrTTRCUlT COURT OF THE
cucNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
E,nFOR DADE COUNTY.
AfToriSa in chancery.
, ru no 152039
L.i tTHCLLBBi Plaintiff
Lv>\dT. 1 JOHNSON,
feXANJM." Defendant
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
Al ndei I Jnon
.019 Monroe Street
.!,.'.. :i W .-dilngton
1 ;i: HEREBY NOTIFIED
I ,,f I'omplalnt for Divorce
II ,;', ,. 1 11 ilnsl you. and you
......v.- a copy of your
, ,.,. lding t the Bill of
KnUlnl on the plaintiff's attorney.
In Rothenherg. 420 Lincoln Road,
kn.1 B-"h. Florida, and file the
tin'il answer or Pleading In the
,h. Clerk of the Circuit
. ] !, Count). Florida, on or
:,th dy of September.
ie othi wise the allegations of the
I Complaint will be taken
T ,7,nf.... I l>J you and judgment
1 11 be taken against you
lh, relief demanded In ihe Kill
I'oinptAlnt.
|li\K VXD ORDERED at Miami.
I Btd .I iv of August, IS..2.
I H LEATHERMAN,
Clerk C rcult Court
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY CHVEN that
the underslgne.l, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
JIMMY'S BARBER SHOP, at BKO s.
Drive, Miami Springs. Eia. Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of lh.- Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
A. HENRY RUSSO
............ .. ANIKAI, OARRIDO
STANLEY M PRED
Attorney for Applicants
81-4 Key-hold Kldg.
I/S-16-SS-M
I
Bv R M HICK. JR.
1 iep ity Clerk
[NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
K is HEREBY OIVEN thai
Ing to engage In
..... titloua name of
IP 'i 'I ''i's. al 249 N. W.
PI I ll.t.'iiils to
!i the clerk of
1 lade Counts.
N ER, Bole 1 pw mi
|l\ ll. si I.

i
NOT CE BY PUBLICATION
THE CiRCtIT COURT OF THE
I H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
|FLC= DA IN AND FOR DADE
CCL\TY :n CHANCERY.
No. 151948
I Plaintiff.
I.I ;:. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
1 Street
s jr.
. Ill 'I 'I HELLER, are hereby
Hill ..i Complaint for
1 n filed against you.
I1-1 I to s.-i vc a copy
Pleading to the
n' on the plaintiff's
\ EKHE.N, l-.Sij. 823
: an I, Fla and file
Vosm ei or Pleading in
11 Clerk of the Clr-
before the 41li day
If you fail to do
ill lull will be taken
I the lief demanded
Complaint.
nil be published one
i nsecul iv. w eeks
[ i ii:\\ ish i i.nitiDi \.\
'NK .'li ORDERED at Miami.
la) ot August, A.D.
K I! I.EATHERMAN,
Cln nil i 'ourt.
County, I lorlda
i
.\ \l \V STOCKING,
,,. U Clerk.
I'krtanlft
... | |.|,|
. "
3T CE OF
i:
NOTICE uwOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICF. IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CRYSTAL BEAUTY SHOP, at 1089!
N. E. 6th Avenue. Miami. Kla In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade
County, Florida.
ANNE BALKS
I/1-8-1S-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of AETNA CLEANERS AND LAUN-
DRY, at 182 S. W. 1st Avenue. Miami.
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Of Dade Coiintv. Florida.
ISADOR HERSKOWIT7.
HARRY HER8KOWITZ
MAX R. 8ILVER
Attorney for Applicant
922 Beybold Building
Miami 12, Fla.
I 8-16-22-29
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICF IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the iimlei signed, desiring to engage la
business under the fictitious name of
Jl.ltl'S CLEANERS AND LA1NDRY,
at 317 23rd Street. Miami Hearh.
Kla Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
BENJAMIN WElNgTEIN
Sole I iwiicr
HENRY NUS8ENBAUM
Attorney for Applicant
l"ll Seybold llldg.
8/1-S-1-.-22
W-r.EHOUSEMAN'S
SALE
'TICK is IIKREBY GIVEN that
[ "tot Chapter 7s of Florida
Annotated (1911). Warc-
'""'i, n i Warehouse RecelpU,
,.": ABA MOVING AND STOR-
'''. INC, a Florida corpora-
of Us warehouse lien,
in its possession the following de-
' personal property.
'"I SIMIiil.l. liotlDS AND
,,, PERSON A|, EFFECTS
|e propert) ,.f Mildred Armstrong,
an. Emrnos, iooi Tomeran Ave..
t l aim Beai h, Kla ; Harriet Crlt-
J i Hopherson, s. \V. 88th
f- Bird l: id. Miami; Ruby Child-
ijiiii and Berkley Ave., Atlanta,
1 c 0 CbM. Miller.
v .Nelson St., Arlington, Va.;
Carson, Royalton Hotel.
1 k H-ltmeiiek, <2 E, 72nd
;,. ^ Robert Harrelson,
ii,.,i,. "!" Sl- Miami: Charles
N H 2nd Ave., Miami:
VE-Imc- ::'" Mlh SI Mll,ml
;. Mm.. c,lkinSi 146Si, N w
St v, M'aml; Pearl Ross, 609
;,/ Mmiltrle, c.a.: Mrs. 11.
!, Park Avenue. K
,.; i S. Sep.-. 2110 Weal
'.....klyn, N. Y.: John
L-,. V" .' w '''"'", St., Mlaifll,
I"* t Tynlon. II617 N E
I .cMiigton Storage.
' Dai < N Y. C.j that on the
j August, 1962, during the
'..', "' "''' mainly between
, """";;" and 2:00 in the after-
IV "" front door of t$M
,,.,,'' Wreet. Miami. Florida.
.';-1 -hall off..r for sale to
b'ddel fo, ,,.sh in band.
r1 !...... '" ;,'""' household goods
" as the propert)
r. Ilubv ,..".""'""' Harriet Crltch-
llKFi.
Lex-
?WfcFTafcnl0ft '. s s1"
|''"i S,"',i',k K Tynlon. and
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICF. IS HP.KF.KY OIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BABE DRIVE-IN, at IS880 V W I7th
Avenue, Opa Locka, Florida, intends
to register sai.i name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
SAMUEL POLLACK
Bole owner
Mi HIT' >N ROTHENBERG
Attorne) for Samuel Pollack
-. S-16-X2-29
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 28541-A
In Re: ESTATE oF
FRANCES RINCER, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Bald Estate:
Y.'ii. and -... li "f >on. arc hen by
i .....I re.i ilred to present any
claims and demands which you
.idler of yon, may have agalifst the
estati of FRANCES RINUER, de-
late of Miami, I >ade I' int) .
Florida, to the Hon. County Judges
of Dade County, and file the same
in their offices In the Count) Court-
house In Dade County, rlorida, with-
in elgnl calendai months from the
.late of the first publication hereol
Said claims or demands to contain
Hi. legal address "f the claimant and
i.. be sworn i" and presented as ..-
foresaid, or same will be barred. See
Section 120 of the 1*33 Probate Act.
Date August 5th, A.D 1952,
- WILLIAM PARKER
DOROTHY PARKER
As Executors of the Last
Will and Testament of
FRANCE8 RINOER.
I lei ased.
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
SS0 Seybold Kldg.
Miami. I'la
Attorneys for Executors
8 8-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage |n
business under the fictitious name of
ALLIED INSURANCE AGENCY, at
129 N E. First Street, Miami. Florida,
Hi. nils :.i : glstl r sac! name With
i he I "l< 11 "f the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
MR. LOUIS GOLDSTEIN
s 1-8-15-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business und.r the fictitious name of
VENETIAN VILLAS, at 226-227 Col-
lins Avenue. Miami Beach) Florida.
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
lltMA KHIU.ICHMAN".
225-27 Collins Avenue,
Miami Keach. Florida
M( >KT( IN K< ITHENBERG
Attorney for Irma Khrliehman
120 Lincoln Itoad
Miami Keach. Florida
1-8-15-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
KAILA ORIGINALS, al Dade County.
Florida, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit (ourt
of Dade County, El"rlda
I'.AII.A WEINER
Role Owner
.; FORCE KASTKNBAUM
Attorney foi Applicant
1 Lincoln Road Kldg.
t/l.g-15-22______
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
buslneas under the fictitious "V.',"\.
COMFORTA1RE of Si>l TH HA'K-
IDA at bade County, Florida, intends
t,, register said name with the Clara
of Ihe Circuit "'ourt of Dade County,
n""',a- HAROLD P WEISS.
Sol.- Owner
7 K 8/1-8-13 __________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engace in
business under the fictitious name of
'HAWTHORNE ELECTRONICS OF
H-ORIDA". at ir.24 N. W 17th Av-
enue, Miami, Kluiida. intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
JULIUS SIII'.IKR,
Sole Owner
ROBERT L. BLOOMBERG
Attorney for Applicant
7IH Seybold Kuildlng
Miami, Plori.la
7/16 8/1-8-15
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
B. S. LAIN DRY 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
KMANFEI, BEITLIN
Owners
MARX M FABER
Attorney for Applicants
412 Congress Kuildlng
Miami. Florida
l/l-t-U-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage ta
buslneas under the ''^"T Treasure
DREW HoMKS, at 1118 S. "V"M''e
Drive, North Kay Village. Mian
Beach. Fla.. intends to raglWJjM
name with the Clerk Oftfce ClroW!
Court o, ;-;w!'-Vk';-k^,PMENT
CORPORATION
CENET & OENET
Attorneys for Applicant
7/25 8/1-8-15
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 151770
YOLANDA VETRANO, Plaintiff,
va
KI.IAS VETRANO, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You. ELIA8 VETRANO. 862 Mid-
land Avenue. Yonkers, New York, are
hereby notified that a Kill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Kill of Complaint on the
plaintiffs attorney, THEODORE J.
8AKOWITZ, H22 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 2Mb 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 Kill of
('..uiplallit.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 2Mb day of July, 1952.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, circuit Court,
Dade County. lorlda
i' 'Ircult < 'oin i Seal)
B) w.M W STOCKING,
Deputy clerk.
8/1-8-15-32
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 151704
JAMBS P. REID, Plaintiff
vs.
MARIA REID, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MARIA REID
435 West 19th Street
New York. New York
You. Maria Keid, are hereby noti-
fied that a Kill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a opy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Kill of Complaint on lh.- Plaintiff's
Attorney, AMOS BENJAMIN, r.o..
olympla Kuildlng. Miami, Florida, and
file the original Anawer or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit I "ourt on or before the '-'Kill
day of August. 1962, If you fail to
do so, judgment by default will lie
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the Hill of complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 21th day of .lulv, pi:,2.
i: K LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By w.M w STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
8/1-8-16-22
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 151653
WILLIAM E. BARR1NEAU.
PI ilntlff
vs.
ETHEL FIELDS BARRINEAU,
I lefendant
notice by Publication
to: ethel i i elds barrineau,
I 'cinoj.olis. Alaba ma.
You are required to serve a copy
d the Anawer to the Bill of Com-
plaint upon the plaintiffs attorney,
MORTON ROTHENBERG. 120 Lin-
coln Road. Miami Beach, Florida,
and file tb.....Iglnal in the office
of the cieik of the Circull Court on
or before August 22, 1952; otherwise,
said Bill will be tak.-n as confessed
bv you.
this 22nd day of July, V D.
Dated
1952.
(Seal)
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circull Court
By P. H RICE,
Deput) Clerk.
v 1-8-IB
Jit.
IN
In
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. *
No. 28363-B
Re: ESTATE OF
LUCAS W. SIEFKER,
I leceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you. al e hel i b)
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, may have against the
estate of LUCAS '. SIEFKER, de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, anil file the same in
then offices hi the County Courthouse
In Daile County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress Of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or
same will be barred.
Date July 21. A. D. INS. ________
// MARIE HUMES SIEFKER
As Administratrix of
the Estate of
LUCAS W. SIEFKER.
Deceased.
I. R. MAYERS
Attorney for Marie Humes Slefker
Administratrix
7/2.1 H/l-S-15
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
152015
,-KEDNA I.ICLLE RKBD^^
VS.
ELY LEE REED, Defendant
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: ELY LEE REED.
Residence unknown
You arc notified hereby. Hint a
Kill of complaint for Divorce has
buen filed against you in the above
styled cause and >on are required to
serve a cop) of your Answer on the
plaintiff's attorney and file the orig-
inal in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court in anil for Dad. Coun-
ty Florida on or before the Ith day
of September. 1962, otherwise the al-
legations of said Kill of Complaint
will be taken as confessed bv mil
Dat.d at Miami, Dade County,
Florida this Rth .lay of August. 1952.
E. K. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
Ky M. C. FEIOB.
Deputv Clerk
MANUEL I.1KEI,
Attorney for Plaintiff
I,awver* Building
228 N. l-:. 2nd Ave.
Miami. Florida
g/8-15-22-29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 151626
PRANCES C CLEMENS,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MICHAEL A. CLEMENS,
l lefendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: Mr Michael A. Clemens,
South Fields. New York
You ai.. required i<> serve a copy
of your answer to the Bill >.f Com-
plaint for D\...... on plnlnftlI
torney, nnd to file ti......Iglnal ans-
wer in the office of the Clerk ol the
Circuit Court on or before the 22nd
da) Bill of Complnlnl for I H>....... hi
tofore filed het ein, iil be tak< n ai
confessed lv you
DATED at Miami, Florida, this
22nd da) ol July, 1952,
E B, LEATHERMAN,
i 'lent of the Cli II Court
B) w M W STOCKING,
De| ity Clei k
MICHAEL Al. ISENBERG
Attorney for Plaintiff
1407 Blscayne Building
.Miami. Flol Ida
7/26 8/1-J
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 28404.A
In Re: estate OF
ALBERT M. BERMAN, Deceased
To All Creditors and AH Person* Hi
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate
You. and each of you, hi b)
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, ot
either of you. may have against the
.state of ALBERT M. BERMAN, de
ceased late of Dade County, Florida.
to ihe Hon. W I- BLANTON, County
Judge of of i lade 'ouaty, and file the
same in his office In the County
Courthouse in Dad.- County, Kloi !
within eight calendar months from
the dan- uf the first publlratlon here-
of. Said claims or demands to contain
the legal add:.-- of the claimant ami
to I..- sworn to and presented as ifo i
said, or same will be barred.
Date July 17. A D. 1962.
WALTER C. KOVNER and
MILTON It MANNHEIMER,
As Executors of tin-
Last Will and Testament of
ALBERT Al. BERMAN,
1 leceased.
KOVNER *l- MANNHEIMER
420 Lim oin Road
Miami Bead P*..>rlda
7.2:, \ 1 -.-.->
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-
I'AUL FINE. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU: PAUL FINE, care of Oen-
eral Delivery, Denver, Colorado, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Kill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs attorney, MAX R. SIL-
VER, 9Sf Seybold Kuildlng. Miami.
Florida, and file Ihe 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
< -oinplaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Aliami,
Florida, this 2'Jth day of July, 1962.
i: I'.. LEATHERMAN,
Cleik. Circuit Court,
I igde County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seall
B) w.M W STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
.MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Plaintiff
'..22 Seybold Kuildlng
Miami .-.2, Florida
8/1-8-16-22
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 151557
CLARA FINEAIAN KAI1N.
Plaintiff,
vs.
NATHAN KAI1N. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: NATHAN KAIIX
c/o Kahn Bros.
147(1 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
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Kill of Complaint on the plaintiffs
Attorney, STANLEY P.. RICHARD,
42n Lincoln Road, .Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clei
of the Circuit Court on or before 1
1 mii da) of August, 1952. if you I 1
to do so. judgment i>y default
i.e tak.-n agalnsl you for the relief
li 1 in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published 01
week for foui consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH KLI.oRIDlAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at M 1
Florida, t!.i- ISth til D.
It B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, C lit (
Dad.- County, 1
tii a 1
I. 1: II RICE,
Deputy
STANLEY B. RICHARD
1211 1. nc 1 Road
.Miami Beach, H> rid 1
7 :'.-, s i-N-i:,____________________________
HENRY (I. ROBERTS: (Address un-
1 1 .1 hereby notified that
a 1 cnpl.lint for divorce has bei
agi nst you m the Circull urt ol
fnth Judicial Circuit. In ai
for I lade "o inty, Flot Ida, 1'
, .. \ ,39, b) CATHERINE
I, Ri 'BERTS, and you are n qu
... ,e a copy of your answer -
..., n.it Sager, Attorne) for Plaintiff,
at vi" lliscai ne Building, Miami, 1
nla. and file the original answer i:i
the off......t Hi- '" rk "t th( C
1 'ourt, on or b.-fo: > August
therwisi a Id omplalnl will I
as confessed b) you. Dated JUl) IT.
E, B. LEATHERMAX.
Clerk of the Circuit Co Irt
B) WM. W. STOCKINU,
r/25 Wl '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 151625
MILDRED BAKER, Plaintiff
vs.
HECTOR FREDERICK BAKER.
Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: HECTOR FREDERICK BAKER
Address "Unknown"
You are required to serve a copy
of your answer to the Kill of i'om-
plalnt for Divorce on plaintiffs at-
torney, and to file the original aim-
er In the Office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 22nd
day of August. 1962; otherwise, the
Bill of Complaint for Divorce, here-
tofore filed herein, will be taken as
1 oiifessc.l by you.
DATED at Miami. Florida, this
22nd day of July, 1981
E B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By w.M. w. BTOCKINO,
D.-putv Clerk
MICHAEL Al ISBNBERO
Attorney for Plaintiff
1407 Blscayne Kuildlng
Miami. Florida
7/2.', I 1-s-lS
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
RE: ESTATE OF
11 VRRY LEVINE, also ni 09 n as
11 LEVINE, Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
riled my final report and petll
Final Discharge a- Executrix of the
.state of HARRY LEVINE. also
known as H. LEVINE. deceased: and
that on the 21nd day,of August. 19S-.
I will apply to the Honorable I
Judges of Dad.- County. Florida. Jor
approval of said final report and for
final discharge as Executrix of the
E.-tate of Barry levine. also
known as II LEVINE. deceased.
This 15th day of July. V,';,.,..,.
JEANETTE LEVINE
IRV1NC, CTPEN
Attorney for Estate or
HARRY LEVINE. ...,.
also known as H. LEVINE
7/16 8/1-8-16
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B:I? A • AUGUST 15, 1552 oris Goidovsky To Perform Mozart oncerto Sunday At Last Pop Concert knirtrkriciton jti .'. .11 conduct the "I .. li Symphony th and last ] -.; Concert serevening, August th, 8:30 P-i > ai '• re Eeach Aud,. will be Boris s a heduled to Mi zart's Piano Conc-erajor, K488. Mr. Gold. s received acclaim : %  |,tan Opera radio comring that organiza.', %  ;, i -< ries, will also ini t ;.n Cperalogue 'i&sed on Bizet's Carmen. Uon to the Operalogue. stra wiH be heard in ] ssini'a William Tell : Rcdgers' South Pacific pj] n ii Sc nario and Sibel%  Finli nd .. p^,;. -.y. who often is t ria indication for ,..;., i. nt, replies: "I aly £ -.() si :.-. fdr the audience • ne ars n usic -ut has no idea what goes on in the head of B> man who performs jt. And there %  < usually so many eresting reasons why an artist ;-t> 'a •' imposition or why he forms it th< way he does. ny works if music canr.ot be ly appreciated unless one ws thi lumstances that xpted theii composition. ]n t, t.l enjoyment of music is mensel) enhanced bv a knowln and apprei iation of musical usica] history. One day. 1 decided to tell the lienci %  < oi the things that in t.'e work? I played, The delight and response %  : li8ten< j %  •' -i that I made this a regular feature of Dncerta. Once in a while, an organization will insist that I give a formal presentation without camir.ent. 1 enjoy such programs occasionally, but I always feel that the listeners are missing half the fun they might have had." When asked how he started his (areer. Mr. Goidovsky answers. "It all began because I was hungry." This is actually true, if a trifle startling. It took a revolution to make a professional pianist of a child of nir.e' — the Russian Revolution, of 1917. "Life in Moscow." savs Goidovsky. "was full of hardships in tr.osfc days. There were no stores and no way of purchasing goods. In fact, money itself was abolished. The only way to augment the meager rations doled out to my family was by way of concerts at factories or at workers' clubs." Your.g Goldovsky"s mother, the well-known violinist. Lea Luboshutz, would receive a call to perform and in exchange was given a few pounds of bread, apples, herring, chocolate, or that rarest of luxuries, white flour. There was always an allotment provided for her accompanist. And so, the child prodigy, who made his professional debut with the Berlin Philharmonic four years later, became a professional almost as soon as he became a student. PAGE 13 Magazine Calls Orkin Chain Store Exterminator; Has 69,000 Contracts Boris Goidovsky Hvbrvic Iratii'iiiff View* Rovonl Based on the rate of applications being received daily by the Board of Admissions of The Hebrew Academy, Miami Beach, Lewis M. Escott, chairman, predicted a "record registration peak" for the 1952-1953 year and anticipates the closing of registration even before September 4th, the official date of school opening. "During the coming term." Escott said, "the Hebrew Academy will not be able to accommodate more than 225 children. This quota has almost been exhausted, and priority consideration will row be extended to former pupils of the Academy." Dubbing him the Chain Store Exterminator, a recent issue of Fortune, national business magazine, carried an article about Otto Orkin, founder and president of the Orkin Exterminating Company. Because Orkin receives almost 10 cents out of every dollar spent on pest control and extermination in the ration, Fortune called the firm the "General Motors of this business." Ihe publication pointed out that Orkin, which has headquarters in Atlanta, is one of the largest companies of its kind. The article stated that Otto Orkin came to the United States from Latvia in 1893. began peddling rat poison at 14, and set up his own shop in Richmond, Virgin,a. when he was 19, as Otto The Rat Man. In 1926. he picked Atlanta as a central location, and j his business has been expanding ever sir.ee. "His Company." safd Fortune, "has 69,000 contracts for monthly 'pest control inspection. For $100 a house can be made termiteproof; for $20 he will rid a house jOf rats. Among his large accounts are shipping lines, grain elevators, railroads, chain stores and textile mills. He also has the fly-control contract of the ,AEC's Oak Ridge plant." The Company has 1,150 employees, the article reported, and is equipped to exterminate every .sort of pest from mites to snakes. j It uses 60 types of equipment, and each branch o.fice stocks 30 • kinds of chemicals. Fortune added that Orkin now proposes still further expansion of its Chain Store business. 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PAGE 10 *JgSM FIcrici iarL FRIDAY, AUGUST is 100 Jews In Sports Bv BILL WOLF (copyright, 1952. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, inc.j GaMes Center 0|M'iis Soawm On Sunday. August 24Ih. at 8-30 p.m., Naphtali Weidberg, chairman of the Coral Gables Jewish Center Men ershjpCor£ mittee, at the ering. Letters To The Editor] will welcome members seasoi %  first social gatnTwo wrestlers, an American 200 meter race* *Jr to^be elim: :s "rJewish Cd at^,ef tVom ''^^^ £ '£ JMSSjj here. I roughout the world who took Oar ;•"<•£'•"./,,„;,"' § lRi '* \ ,/ „,,, ..!,-, c.eiein Mr S imonhof1 has offered an ^lapart in the Olympic games recwomens Wtaen re^..ffilnf chairman, will an* Bond pri K£ part in tne uiympie gami-a ... ::;." %  „ „.u„ ently concluded at Helsinki. PinWittenberg, who land. The American, lightheavy weight Herrv Wittenberg finished second in this event. However, the New Yorker lost the Olympic championship he had held since 1948. when he won first place in the games at London. Boris Gurevitch, lightweight wrestler, won a gold medal by taking a first place for the Soviet team. Other Soviet Jewish athletes who finished in the winning column included Tamar Ty. had been regarded as a hopeful, couldn't make the 36 meter minimum required to remain in the competition. She was short by one-fifth of a meter. Aneh Glick didr. t do the 800-meter run in loss than two minutes. Neither did the Israeli basketball team, coached bv Brooklvn college mentor Tuby Raskin, get into the main competition. The squad was knocked out in the preliminaries by virtue of losses to the Greek and Philippine cagers. Israeli athletes were all entern !" addiUoS to the Center Tomg ooJc The contest is sull pi, Building, designed for some forcc j 1.100 worshippers nir.g column included Tamar iv rf h) Hebrew names. shkevich. who took 4th place in •* "noer ^ ^ for the proach ing'Higfi Holy Day *. .l.-uisli Forum %  Hoard On WMIE Letters f.raway with a thing. I fust voi'l .;.";;;„ ,.,.,„.,., for th cessation will NMU writing, ii „nl y j jl the benefit of the lutl, ,,,,,, %  Respi : I,.;. lur ^ Sol Koven > Shan't 0 haplvr Summer Swirl At Sea Hull Sharet Chapter. B'nai BVith Young Women, will h M ;. s Third Annual Summer Sw the Sea Gull Hot. 1 on evening, August 17th, 9 p (Editor's note: to. ;,/ publicotipti of Harry Sirnm,,,,,,,• popular column. Ill Say continue to fill the mail boxes of The Jewish Florulwn. Bele.tr are several o] the many note* re;.,.„•,.,( tlus week which were Dear Mr. Simonhoff: Like your hometown readers, I alsn ree'ret that vou found it nee. %  -ess rv to d Continue your colnsh music for dancing, with,, umn I always looked for it when floor show presented by irl at the Sea Gull Hot. 1 on Sunday vening, August 17th. 9 p.m Jack Lopez' Orchestra will fur. the women's shot-put. and Mihail Perelrran and Joseph Berdiev. who were on the winning Russian gymnastic team. Two leading US team memVtrwere eliminated on techilities. Martir Engel fouled times aft. i working his way .•• %  the finals of the ham,: : A, and Henrv I.. AAU : %  as dis:"or not walking a. • i • rul( a !' wi s th( -• %  • : •. this ned 1 Numerous athletes had not yet changed the names of their various native countries into the Hebrew. The Israeli Government did this for them for the purpose of the Olympics. There were at least seven other Jewish athletes entered from varis countries, and there probwere more who have not %  ,. • been identified. They in: Bri1 Peter Elliot, i | the Floridian arrived at my desk, Simon Seiden's Jewish Forum j and rep rinted several to the of the Air will be heard on Suni dc i ig ht of our own readers. 1 apdavs from 10 to 11 a.m.. over | prec j ate your mentioning this radio station WMIE, beginning r in your closing column, with August 17th. May your book be a best seller Inauguration, of the broadcast ; gnd may vou find it possible to series over the 10.000 watt staj corlt j nlu your excellent columns tion will be marked by the ap| latcl pearance of Rabbi Max Shappiro, spiritual leader of Beth David Svragogue and president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association. Beth David Tickets Belli David nounced early on. Sincerely, Robert SGamzey, Editor Intermountain Jewish News Denver. Colorado Dear Mr. Simonhoff: First of all we wart vou to .. -• ...... n§ ru t. The US -...' %  • coi any hor.on %  %  Jf*' A ling to a i ress re] rt, at • • • %  e l ieast m. natt n I I to 1 : "• „ lived up to advance warnings that In retrospect, th. attempts might be made to give ; '• %  • Israel a raw deal. An Egyptian • -' tary of the meeting of %  %  %  %  : %  -' : % %  J the International Wrestling %  ; 'V : %  dation. He called the roll rhe mere 1 ha Israel _.,,..._ t ., u ( and ,.. lth time M* to em earn,, iif Israe] ned %  was queried, the secA sorting to reported to have ask• -• pen rn anc was tui ...... ... ..... „.,'.. t. m a.m., to %  ( gue at goes on in — spiritually. economically. rText, I want to be in on the Inaming contest, so I humbly sub ; nut my preference: sional entertainers. Proceeds are< scheduled for a number < f char-] ities which Sharet represents. Israel Kosher Salami Featured At Stevens Stevens Market, located 6209 NW 27th Avenue, will f ea ture a special weekend food ] demonstration of midget -alamis manufactured locally by Israel National Kosher Sausag • Com-; pany, Inc.. 230 NW 5th Street.' Samples will be given shoppers! visiting the oemonstratijn. LEGAL NOTICE Obituaries he could possibly accept;!'; • : runner David Ta ak. Isi %  .... f „ m a ,.,„'.,.,. fnB dllf ,., n: HARUY AI %  l.i:il _: Kuelld Avenue, Miami m Massai huwttM, died Lynn He had be. n .t resident here foi 2S yeai • • including Mm Augusta Dear Mr. Simonholt. Ml in i llea. h, !•• ons and .„,, L iren Sen l< i < and Inlermi I r. In Lj nn, ANNIE L.IEBERMAN s.;. of 1200 BW ml. Street, Miami, died Saturday. A resldeiH here for il„. past flv. years, she %  > lurvlvcd Sincerely. Efi'ie Platoff NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURtl IN AND FOR DADE COL .TV, FLORIDA. IN PROEATE No. 28529-A In R. E8TAT1 i SAMUEL S 8A. KS, I % %  To All Credltoi i i %  j-c Clalmi s.i id Batate: \ i II. ami ea. h of you I notified and required J ; i lalmi ;i nd demandi hi i either .if > ou, mai h.^ i i estate of S'AMfEI. s SA i .-.i^.'ii late nt Dad. hior-l Ida, tn ihiii..n W F. I: | ml Jinlni' of bade i fll,lilt^anuin i 'ountj Courth. us. I I H.iildH. wliliin elghl alend V ] -o* ,.*.. ^j i ri-'iiu-i. .. Permit me to suggest for your f,,,„, n„. date oi thi forthcoming book the following !",., ;;i',',','/ : titles: .. i her husband, Samuel, a looll He irvived heats in both the 100 the ind n"t exisl „,.;,. ,,M Monday, : %  "The Miami Rlvi ;. with Rabhl Morris Bkop offlclatlni Interment was on Mount Sinai I", mctei > Z'2 Assoviation Plans Thvatrv Party Week 52 Association of Greater W It's Auxiliary is planning a Theatre Party Week from August 17th through 23rd. at the Carib, Miami and Miracle res. Featured will be the films. World In His Arms and What Glory. Proceeds will be used by the 52 Association for its work with veterans. Ticket-must be purchased through the group or by calling Betty Fleischer, chair' mar. at 5-4459. and Mrs. Fannie R inson, at 5-9710. ALBERT ALPERIN s\v 16th Terrai e, Miami. ; | ,,w.i\ nn August 2nd, at bin Sur\ Ivors include his Ife, Syh i, one son, IiIn, a brothel. ^ .-ii. and two sisters, Mrs Bess in and Mis Sadie Brodie nei • -• HI %  • New Vol I' 'It) for services and Interment by "The !. lie". Lost Tribes Set king World Jewry A People Uprooted The Submerged Among Nations Your interesting column was of course very instructive I heard for the first time incidents of Jewish history that I never knew. But a far more important function were your candid com; ments on local and national 'i•".'•' events. With your column ready to criticize and expose. I had the feeling that no one could get i IUT.IIJ ;t thl : { II.. nil DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 37 N. E. 5th Street Phone 9-8401 AL MEIDENBERG. Owner HELEN ROSENSTEIN 76, pnssed away on Wednesdas Bth, i" a local hospital. She her nephew Ms K Rosei sti II nf Bi K kl) II. 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W. 3rd St. Phone 87-8201 Repi Builders of Immortal Memorials for the jrort $ niaso Jewish Trade iiL-d by Blmon Si-iden Look for the 2-Story White Building Thurmond Monument Co. MARKERS S40.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3249 Lister to Schacter's JEWISH RADIO HOUR Three Times Weekly Sunday—2 3 p.m. Wednesday and Friday—11 a.m. WMBM 800 on Your Dial SPECIAL FEATURE THE JEWISH PHILOSOPHER The Most Interesting Radio Personality Jacob Schachter Director NORMAN R. LYONS Nswtcatter ana Historical Nsrrstor lo contain the \tgni a.ldri claimant and to be iworii iii tented .i^ aforesaid, oi DC hani-ii. Date A IIK list 11. A 1 MAE -l SELTZKIt ADELAIDE COHEN A s K\. itl Rstate • f. nd As KM-' uti Will and SAMVBR g s.v.-KKl -V.NBR fl MANNHEIMKK Al Inl II. -\ s fur l'\IL"I Lincoln it. %  ;.• i Miami Ueach. i-1 Ida Si/l.".-2".-2 — 9 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THl ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 01 FLORIDA IN AND FOR 0DE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 152186 EDSON KARL i i \ i MAlttlAItET 1 •• 'V. J6 '-_ %  Smith .' th .-•••' New .u K. New j. -• SUIT FOR DIVOR:I TO: Margaret Dow. you lire in rebj n I fied ll t > %  of i 'omplalnl f i Wvore. fill ii against you, onfl >• %  • quired in s.i \ i %  %  HII or Pleading to the Bl plnint .HI IIM tiff's Attu STEPHEN V. KESS .Ell llagler Street, M Bml, Kl file the rn Iglm 1 Answi i u In ih.office of th. i % %  rk %  cult Courl in or before ti'' of Septembar, 1853 if you Bo, Judgment by d. taull II aaainst you for in., relief In th.Hill "f '.im|iinint. Tins notice shall be publ I each week for foui %  %  '. T in THE JEWISH PI HRH' V \ „ '. 1.HXK AND ORDERED M -^'J Plorlda, this l-'tli day i %  '' E. H. I.CATIIl:M.\N. Clerk, Circuit i Dad. C inty, I •' tClrcuH Com t heal) B) M. C l-EI l i. STEPHEN P. K' 1 .-KB \irney for Plali H'l 2* II West Plagl. 81 • %  v li-SZ-U — H •" %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE_3 COUl IN AND FOR DADE COy*FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 2e-if7 A IN RE ESTATE OP QBORQB Vf. 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%  1DAY. AUGUST IS, 1952 • Jewisti norIdT/ar) PAGE 11 lamp Sholom Closes With amily Frolfcr jj..,. p shol uii <>f the Greater I : .h Community Cen. nd its camp season with Fun Frolic on Sunday, I 17th, 4 to 8 p.m., at the [ach Brarich, 1536 Bay Road. L oul ed Mrs. Abraham Cohen, .. Ci p chairman, and Mrs. Leo Iberman. chairman of the FamFur Frolic. Vith three camp sites in the j the Greater Miami Jewish n'munity Center services some children over an eight-week r iod during the summer Inths. Thirty per cent of these lldm came to camp on a ,j. ; -hip basis, Mrs. Cohen K Family Fun Frolic will inde games, booths, dancing and lertainmei t. Proceeds • will go 1)1. a:i o scholarship fund. •articipating as special com,,, chairmen of this funcan Mrs Silly Gainsborough, committee; Mr. M ris I.iniado, coi. | ooth committee: Mrs. Si I, chairman, prize and Mrs. J. M. n •liools 4 omplctc frogiMiins II %  •. Great r Miami Jewish i • nter Nursery proI ring completion, i ns will be discussed at I ting*, stated Mrs. j %  C'.MJCC Nursery t rman, rently scheduled i lugust 13th, Flaglerry Committee; i rig, August 18th. p.i Bea Branch: Thursday enii A igust 14th, 8 p.m., ; :id an over-all I 'ting on August Y %  i\ 490 SW 16th Av' in transportation ill be made availleries to families } %  it. Especially qualified p traine i lachars, many of irved with the Batei Mia Jewish CommunC U: Nursery School for l years, will be on three schools, I nan, head teachs fereth Israel Center Midsummer Dance I Northside Cen" N Miami Avenue. summer Dance '. August 16th, Center buildinu. •vening is Ralph JZ" 3 J.BIRNBAUM rT* D r,ct AHOCI.U Dir.ctor W '.V2 Proudly Presents YIDDISH • CLASSICAL HOUR N CMV^T" Twice Weekly Su nday 12 Noon Uejda ^ E 'iag 6 P.M. Sunday __ 1:15 p M Our New Feature LIF E IN ISRAEL Pu Eve £y Tuesday JJEWS FROM ISRAEL Pietrack Airs Operetta Open Religious School Enrollment Irving Pietrack and his orchestra will present an arrangement of Alexander Goldfadde: 's operetta, Shulamith, on Jacob Schachters Jewish Radio Hour, Sunday August 17th, 2 p.m., over radio station WMBM Flagler-Gi anada Jewish Com-1 Hebrew School registration munity Center has scheduled • wil1 takt place on thc same Sun Sunday School registration foi September 7th and 14th, from 10 a.m., to 12 noon, according to an announcement early.this week. days, as well as on Monday, September 8th, through Wednesday, September 10th, from 3:30 p.m., until 5 p.m., the announcement said. Hialeah Registration Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Community Center will hold registration for its Sunday and Hebrew Schools on Sunday. Aug-. ust 17th, from 9 a.m., to 12 p.m., and on Monday through Thursday. 2 p.m.. to 6 p.m. See this New, De luxe Automatic G-E Range At Wolpert — The No-Stain Oven Vent that means a clean kitchen—Big Storage Drawers—Double Appliance Outlets (one automatically timed)—Extra-Hi-Speed Calrod Unit—Electric Minute Timer—and every other feature you could possibly want for easy, fast, better electric cooking 1 SEE THIS DREAM RAHGE TODAY! Authorized deafer GENERAL^ ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS %  ifllPFRTl, .'HiianQWr'" YilMHB i RRHIWS 1200 CORAL WAY mJufute Corneanu



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. PAGE 2 "Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR (Copyright, 1851, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, toc-1 i<~.ut fin-Mian Charles Liebman Returns From Study In Israel 17-yearB. LiebBeach attorney, has after a three year stay he Charles S. Liebman, ,;.-. ton t Mr. Seymour man, Miami %  .. ned completed [srael. where chool studies at the rsvmiiMlum in TO on Israel's northern border, with a ""^"*J -^*~ui 0 n the Lebanin Syria The situation „, no. tK -Roping in Lebanon rt K Gymnasium A% v J Liebman received hia early d,cation.m the Yeshivs • • iklyn. New the Br>x'kly of Flat York. Folattendance at Technical High was the youngJordan It is no domination. which is bound eventaua the regime in Jordan to an bwar.^.^ .ver wrought i, y To lead to the annexation of that eoun• ••; q..-These two states are fignui^nercei> w Mental illmss of the new King_Tallal has • •_ sses n th nstruction of homes a s H< was a member pi the •ioneering Scout Moyerr.ent, Hattofim. and tneHerz; ..... s... ioty. He has -. vi ral times throughout bra('. Accepted at the nuf.ents 01 Britain and the United States ^ The Maclvei Report, a eontroi rsial University of awarded a scholarrecord interon Sunday. August 17th. 10 a.m.. over rtal %  • %  WMIE. FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, Roosevelt Affair 1952 There will be a Swim-Dante j and Weenie Roast sponsored by I the Roosevelt Lodge No. 177, | Knights of Pythias, tomorrow evening, 8:30 p.m., at the Surfside Plaza Hotel, Miami Beach. Chairi man of the affair is Martin Han"ess. DAY WORKERS $5 8c FARE COLORED MAIDS PART TIME OR FULL TIME IN PRIVATE HOMES SPECIALIZING Hotel Maids Porters Dishwashers ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 N-E. 1t Ava. Ph. 4-3607 No Charge to Employer I WANT MY MILK Herman Waitzman Succumbs At 43 Herman Waitzman. of 6212 SW while t're American Jewish the Hebrew Estab. 1924 of the jori Compa take clace :. nder.i The question .can Jewish Committee end ths Arli-Dsfair.ation League walk National Community Relation^ Advisory Council it the maicai'ty there vo:cs ageinsl ths stand of these two organizations? ipetenl observers dcu v .t whether such a divorce will actually \ I I .... si rting nization which for • • i (vi Ifare funds .: • Howevi • fact thai ttee ai tl Vnti-D turn Lei .; ndent drive in New \ ork ties THE CULTURAL FRONT: I M greatest the Middli •• • %  has always been real a• n J< 'l is interest has t| tl publication b} th E n I Wesl Library i : i. Perplexed in n al I < lit on The volume excellently produced, distinguishes itself from other English edition by an f.xtremeiy impressive introduction ty Professor Julius Guttman, of the Hebrew University, who at one tirra was also a lecturer at the Hfbrew Unior College of Cincinnati The Guide Ot Tre Perplexed, written in Arabic, was published in the year 1190. nfluenci i-evei not mited 1 lh< Middli Ages oi to • j part i rid literird its abridged edition :.' %  '• : ::. I ..:. I I ; %  :. | NOW IS THE TIME TO ORDER ROSH HASHONA GIFTS FOR YOUR RELATIVES and FRIENDS IN ISRAEL! Darwin Stapp Joins Clarke Associates Darwin L Stapp, form rly a sociated for some 12 years with li Walker, Inc., as vice pies ident in charge of sales for I e southern region, has joined the tising agency of Robert K. Clarke and Associates, Inc., 1131 [ngraham Building. Stapp will assume the position ol si nioi aci our.1 ex, cutive. A native of Covington, Kentucky. Stapp has been a resident ol Misince 1937. five sisters, including Mrs. Evelyn Weinei and Mrs. Katherine Layton, of Miami. Services were on Monday at the Gordon Funeral Home, with :.• ; n i i.: on Mount Sir.ai Cemetery. Picnic At Hammock The Ladies Auxiliary of the i Hi ileah Miami Spi ings Jewish Community Center will hold a l ; :nic on Tuesday morning, Aug| ust 19th, at Matneson llama oek. And FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED VHamlB "D" Milk "MUk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at End of Bird Rd. A Snapper Creek $ taste ROKEACH BORSCHT soaiTT-aoMDio 3pa (j %  EXTERMINATINC CO. 5-3528 Miami Beach 509 N.E. 131h St.. Miami 2-1776 Member of B'nai B'rith The Israel Government Approved Ration Free Gift Certificate mz. The High Holy Day$ is the one time of the year when a gift from America will be highly prized and deeply appreciated. And what better gift can you send than a ration-free Scrip Certificate with which they can make S selection ... 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FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1952 ^JmlstifhrkMati PAGE 3 Women Sail For Service In Israel NEW YORK (JTA) — The first group of women recruits mobilized by Pioneer Women, the Women's Labor Zionist Organization of America, for a year's service in Israel sailed from here for Tel Aviv. The women, most of whom are members of Pioneer Women in various parts of the country, will work with immigrants in the transition work settlements where hundred of thousands of newminers live until permanent housing is available. The project aims to help ease the shortage of workers engaged in the rehabilitation of new immigrants. • • • • Erect Monument Over Jewish


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PAGE 8 *3^HtThridiar_ Stanley Olstvin is liar Mitzrah Stan! •• s< n of Mr. and Mis. tein, 3885'NW 4th Terrace. Miami. will become Bar now morning. A"K Han: Ti „ the ranks oMhose The airing She's been "half-ready icr a mon.n. ... .th, "Drink Hearty Boys lhe occasion. Lester Brodv i -shop Saturday afHis place is near Dr. Abraham WoHsc aoe on whose rooi-perch I spotted the learnic ma.-, ^^ns.ud.ous^scanninothesea... Bc^lU> ; •;•.:..; %  • G oSha: : m ^s'reun 1 on io^Marfe ttV next week:' jonjet^dr^esm Iron, g£*~ tc diggir.g through the deep treere for a coupla gees Freshman at the University .1 Miami n September will be jucvFrKman elor io Pittsburgh's H, '= ^mans. • %  .< c.-.. Q.. %  •-.Marhim there, one neatly an%  HV; district manager of Singei Sewing MachilM there, and I I FRIDAY. AUGUST 15. 19 52 Browns Feted At Golden Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Frank B: >wn ol 1236 SW 7th Street. Mia.. ,j celebrate their 50th wedding ainiversary on Sunday. August 17th, 5 p.m., at the home of theii daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrt. Eugene Muchnick Green, Muchnick Wed At Monte Carlo Mr. and Mrs. OAugust 2nd. at the Monte i Carlo Hotel. Miss Francine | Mrs. Al Solomon, Green, daughter of Mrs. Anna Avenue. Green. 990 Biarritz Drive, be| Hostess at the golden the bride of Eugene Much! Brou'ii 1801 SW 27th On : — led a s:gh:>^ inj I i •• the campus I si I i %  • %  int. S gof ( _• '..; • i enjc „.., : summi : visit :: m laughtei Mrs. Belli at %  where husband Franklin Mar.dell i win a ] Like rr.i ther. lik. tej the new variatioi M Lindenbaum tea,:,secoi Seena teaches Spans They re is and seeing Miami isins Mi and Mrs. Al La Frar.tz. I, lay with th. i is Seena s I n Leonora Fox, whosi rcther \. ... untant Arthui Edward Fcx NEWS LINES: This week's Manchester Guardian carries a letter tc the public •rating that the real famine in Israel is not for iced, but for Er.gl;sh cocks. And makes a plea to ship six pounds ci anything good ycu've got, for 5 shillings. Collection depots are in Tel-Aviv and Hcifa. among othsr spots, supervised by the Women's International Zionist Orgariialion Currency restrictions have iixed it sc that Israeli booksellers have a tough time buying literature — making it even icugher to read literature Sometimes, though. I think it's almost easier to write it than to read it—! NORTH BAY VILLAGE: Dropping ini the Villi ver on th< 79th Street C .,.•:. revives that old American pioneei feeling, ii y< pick ; City C .... evi n.:.v • n they re tossirg discussi i I • T I i artment's :. ar ther car ..speed-graphi I catch' accidents ... or fire hydrant protection (trui ks %  — % %  • beei tei (king | thi .lazes out of their fire hydrants lately) or Dippei r." betti 0 -._: es %  or any i i the myriad i I matter entering the realn 01 municipal ac:. t ration. In the keen audience last week sat Milton Steinhardt. who's also president cf the North Bay Village Businessmen's Ass'n. Beside him sat Bernie Firestone, its viceFresident. During the day. Bernie runs the Sun and Shade Patio Shop. I mention it because that's a nice name conveniently embracing every climate we can produce A'. Hoffman had much to contribute and so icl hardware rrar. Scott Goldstein in the way of commentaries on r >w to develop, and in which direction — altr.ough. frankly, the Village Council gives every evidence of having substantial comprehension of tins topic itself Prime-developer Sam Sklar was also present. When I phoned him next day tc obtain an tnswer lo a question I had — there are a lot of questions or.e never reeds answers for. and come to think of it. I prefer these — Mrs. Sklar reported he was at lhe doctor's. So whatever it was. sir. I hope all you had to gel was an aspirin. Later, such is the power of democracy, an auxiliary council ahi ped itself up outside on the lawn, to air further opinions. Center of this, sturdily h icing his ground, was Ira Levy And although I'd heard of his smooth wit for years, this marked the first time I could associate that lean grey-haired Hamlet with his narr.e — Joe i War.ick. I'd adm.red him for a long til MUSICIANS ARE ALERTED to the first-class rehearsals on | Monday nights in the Beach Y of lhe Miami Beach Symphonette. Tremendous opening brought 40 symphcneltists lo make beautiful music for the listening ears of Bill Reavo. Ft. Lauderdale's orchestra leader. Enthusiasm ran high. One lollower-from-afai is Flora Previn, observing everything noteworthy with considerable interI rst. Sne's just back from a boat trip and stay in Havana, where i discovered a perfect alode near the Nacional, a new small' hotel whose won.en owners are so obliging, they're replacements for telephones, until th phones get installed Another birthday rolls into view for abstractionist Charles R. Jacobson. August 141h. Latest design in the Jacobson home is lhe unique phone shelf — I cr.e of his paintings! And you've prcbably been picking UD colorful itories, loo. of fhei? wall hues — tomato and mocha ..." I h< i rei lizing I've a few odds and ends to gathei into a i ragraph, but I'm fidgety — I've gol a dan • ery rinute i ieck into Mt. Sinai for surgi ry 1 now — and I haven't even gathered up my little bundle of two books, fountf.,n-pen I :et I figure-. I'i take. This is so sudden! Best o' luck IO all of us! Stanley Olstein :-... at the HialeahM : Springs Jewish Commun:tv CCnt u.u ': i Bat Mitzvah is an eighth • denl ,t Kinloch Junior %  ; St ol, •'• hen he is a memfc r of thi Band, and attended da Hebrew School. Reverend Leo Heim will offici.: ing the ceremony. Outf-1 wn guests will inMi %  d Mrs Hyman Dal• fsky and Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Camtnskv, of Boston, Massachusetts nd Mr. and Mrs. Joseph %  N< w York. Latt, Ratner Wed; Will Reside Here Mrs. Tillie Latt, of Detroit. Michigan, and Mr. Michael Ratner, ol 820 Michigan Avenue. Miami Ei ach, weie married on Mon• \. :-/.ng. August 4th. at Mr. Ratner's residence. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Joe S. Smith. % %  usins of the bride. Present at a reception following the ceremony were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Marks. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Mudick a-d Mr. Jack Epstein, who arrived for the occasion. The couple will make their residence on Miami Beach. cari.t nick, son of Mrs. Pauline Muchnick. Barclay Plaza Hotel. Rabbi Mayer Abromowitz officiated. Best man was Sanford Muchnick, with Adrienne Muchnick acting as maid of honor. Matron of honor was Mrs. Willard Simon. lhe bnde wore a white.nylon net ballerina-length gown. Her shoulder-length illusion veil was attached to a lace cap trimmed with cultured pearls. Her only piece of jewelry was a strand of pearls, a gift of the groom. She carried white orchids on a Bible. The bride and groom both attended Atlantic City High School in New Jersey. Following a tour of th,Northern states, they will make their home in Philadelphia. Israelite Center Meeting The Israelite Center will hold a regular meeting on Tuesday. August 19th. 8 p.m.. at the Center. Hy Morris will preside. The third reading of the constitution will take place at that time. wedding celebration will be thei: grand! daughter, Mrs. Bernard ShenkI man, of 41 SW 58th Court. Miami residents for the past %  four years, the feted couple are ; originally from Akron. Ohio, | where Mr. Brown was t Di ; Stores owner. Other children attending the [anniversary celebration will include Mrs. Nellie Sitren. f 1236 SW "th Street, and Mr. a: i Mrs. Adolph Brown, cf 1361 SW 31st | Court. Out-of-town guests attending I will be the Brown's son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Brown. Akron. Ohio; Mrs. Brown's sister. Mis. Rutl 1" also of Akron: and the: 1 nil i Mrs. Harry Rubins. Cleveland, Ohio. Granddaughters, in addition to ithe hostess, who will greet Uw golden wedding couple are I % % %  Misses Geraldine Brown and Lei and Maurine Rui Mr. and Mrs. Brown have seven grandchildren gb6 one great I grandson. Going Formal? FOR SALE This Equipment Now in Tel-Aviv Israel 1. One SCHIELD BANTAM CRANE mounted on halftrack. powered with Diesel motor, equipped with drag line bucket, clam shell bucket and concrete placing bucket. 48 ft. boom. 2. One 16S REX CONCRETE MIXEil on four pneumatic tired wheels. 3. One LUXURY 2'i-ROOM FLAT in lhe hear! cl Tel-Aviv, furnished, including refrigerator. For information write: BEN GILLER, 523 MICHIGAN AVE.. MIAMI BEACH. FLA. Ft "rial W r a r that ii frethly ceaneo, imin./ ttyiee, properly | fitted. Comp'tte eut'ital including ahoes. PHONE 48-2084 IsINIVERSITY U MEN'S SHOP 2828 Ponce De Leon Boulevard Coral Gables urdine's the home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS leg. C.8. pat off, Miami Miami Beach Ft. Lauderdale Weal Palm Beach THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE Children's Dept. IN ALL MIAMI BEACH School togs :cr these little lolks arrive daily come in and rr.cke selections early. Mcrcis Bros, gives you more for year money MORRIS BROTHERS MIAMI BEACH 1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE 2 7 STORY FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTED WAREHOUSES AVAILABLE ALSO SILVER & RUG VAULTS AND PRIVATE ROOMS LOCAL HAULING & PACKING vVANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM NEW YORK OR VICINITY ALSO THE MIDDLEWEST AND CALIFORNIA ONG DISTANCE DOOR-TO-DOOR WITHERS VAN LINES 1000 N.E. 1st Ave. pb. 82-7561 S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS



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• Mi; • !A VA PAGE 6 fJewisiirtcridiar *** %  <* %  lU ^ %  ^ tt^ rm'" 1 '-'1 BBft Capitol Spotlight RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY BY MILTON FRIEDMAN (Copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegrap Agency, Inc.i vii BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening servic5 at 7 p.m. Saturday morning services are scheduled for 8:30 A class in Theology will EST ,ii ow a i 5:30 p.m. Mincha is at pose -or which Con,:-; voted 6:15 p.m., with Shalos Seudos ........... IK concluding the Sabbath. ilunteered to participate in the • k defense of the Middle East, but j ,*! !" J^rSXevents to the State Department apparently takes the view that the Arab %  ,„ H Kaplan will read the prayers. • THE HEBREW ACADEMY WASHINGTON Israel has. I %  BETH SHOLOM will hold Prims expeu:t..i uiicme.v..... Dt.in jnui.-'-. apparentsuuplv arms to nations with such eV ening services at 8:15 p.m. at volunundemocratic records as Germain ; ROM w er will be Louis until all and Spain. Israel is kept waiting %  Gu^t >P^r • Schwartzman. director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. ticular application. Despite the mutui inti t.ne den ocracies I • : '-d the United Stat. s, Statt Department t hat : %  • [srai er alienal I till i terms of a Midd Easl fersive | I nld n he A Arab League out ::: that Ol til. Deparl nt I %  %  %  • A pi E ... the Arabs gainst Isi • Sii • %  Aral iverr.nt is tant to provide milipport 1 nal n like is Bill pent 1 ... A %  nation AHAVAS ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 6:45 p.m. Saturday services are scheduled 101 r.... : which wants g am ., with Rabbi Isaac Ever linate its with discussing the Weekly Portion. ha will be at 6:15 p.m.. folIsrael is cone rn. I because of low 5 Shalos Seudos and the n< ilitary rsl ip in Maariv. h if*?hRFTH DJVID CONGREGA1 the BETH UAVIL< V*WW> Arab' TION will hod Saturday morn; He pi -' : %  at not on 1 ion in -•• %  inir rcles His new FLAGLERGRANADA JEWead.v d", ISH COMMUNITY CENTER Wll • ; :.,;.,. of munitions wit I Fri laj evi • rvices ai tatives I l p.m. Daily services are at o lay as the State Department .! conTwrs lements" its MutU S HIALEAH-MIAMI itv program in that area. Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae Hear Convention Talk A JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening servii, it 8 15 p.m. Reverend I Le 1 Heim will officiate an I What Is Faith. An Oneg at is scheduled to follow, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon ts in honor of then ig] ti:. Laui ie Rose. Sain: Interna morning EM rvices will b ai I will hold Friday evening aervices at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services will be at 9 a.m. [Mincha is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m., and at 6:50 p.nv % WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6:45 p.m. Saturday i morning services are scheduled for 9 a.m., with Samuel Richman assisting Rabbi Alfred Wax' man. Afternoon services will be at 6 p.m., followed by Shalos Surdos, with Leonard Harris as host. ( ZAMCRA JEWISH CENTER will hold regular services Saturday at 9 a.m., with Reverend Rudolf E. Brill officiating. An Oneg Shabbat will follow. • • BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening se. vices at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services will be at 8:30 a 111. Mini ha is scheduled for 6:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi Moses MeschelofI will discu the Weekly Portion. Dailj si : % % % %  • es are at ":30 a.m., and at 6:30 p.m. • • ISRAELITE CENTER will hold evening services at 6 p.m s.,Hildasmorning services are luled for 8:30 a.m., with 1 Rabbi Abraham Sachs discussing the Weekly Portion. Mincha will I be at 5:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1952 Beach Branch Plans Family Fun Frolics The Summer Day Camp of the Greater Miami Jewish Community (.'• nt. i 's Beach Branch has planned a day of Family Fun on .Sunday. August 17th, between 4 and 8 p.m. Funds raised will go Into a Scholarship Fund for Day CampI ers who need help. Children will perform at 4:30 p.m., followed by supper. There will also be games and gift booths. Goldovsky. Bitter Interviewed On WKAT Mrs. Marie Volpe will interview Boris Goldovsky, pianist and commentator, and Conductor John Bitter on Saturday, Aug ust 16th, 6:30 p.m., over Station WKAT. Both artists will appear on the eighth, and last. Pop concert of the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra on Sunday evening, August 17th, at the Miami JJeach Auditorium. J FUMIGATION MM NYLON TENTS ar u wrp imnnmnmi pftf torn ^ % %  %  %  %  %  ---.-. — #-• — nil ivann < %  nvVJI MI USCAYNE tlVD.PH.2-3161 %  • %  %  -1 tional Conventioi th A | h Knrnritv will :v• • KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE%  • — • rial Conventioi tn Aipnu un .1 • • j phi Sororit; w Mi Clemi e Levy d i % %  Gre • %  Mian Alumnae GATICN will hold Friday i tioi igno theii nlist-1 v .. • ,, vv attended the Condlitary asven tion which was held at Glenn stanc Th Stat. Dei I enl A s pr i ngs c from t Israi 29th 1 July 4th. as ial put it. "in Thi ., m ,• \ lca j associAral • • ,i %  irromn mvine her was ..':.would rathi r I ike a on too little, too late tor an expendable Israel than risk ::• those great, t<. ee Arab Leagu< ; %  Bee ausi h inci I the sucfessful formation of a Mid-He East command are so slim, the withholding of arms from Israel pending the creation of such a command is considered by Israel to be tantamount to a indefinite delay. The Mutual Si curity Acts ol both 1951 and 1952, jjich %  • : %  xtrai t< d from Contration with i ilty, contained nilmunitions itioi A r.panyii her was Mrs. Sidney Lewis, president. The n ei ting will also inclu n further planning foi I i oming Mrs Marvin Zank is in charge of information Workmen Circle Branches To Fete Silver Anniversary MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER will hold* Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m.. with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating and Cantor David Silverman assisting. Saturday morning services will be at 9 a.m. Daily services in the Chapel are at 8 a.m.. and at 6:45 p.m. GET AUTOMATIC DEFROSTING AT A NEW LOW PRICE! 7M Cpb"* ^" 1 KELVIN ATOR MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services Workmen's Circle Branch No. will be at 8:30 a.m., with i: C92 is scheduled to celebrate its Simon April discussing: Homesilvei anniversary in conjunction coming. A class in Theology is with the 33rd Southern District scheduled for 5:30 p.m.. followc ,. ferenei it ha en announced by Mincha, Shalos Seudos and | | [ y • Maariv. ^ l-rl'i %  and tl Ara But IsUndei f the then „___„ „ T „, -,„.,.„ -_„ ,..tl local NORTH DADE JEWISH CENI Isi-a,i was org : in Noven %  TER will hold Fridaj %  ... ... si, %  ••.. .servici it 8 p.m.. with Rabbi -] Eastei • [est in the Ha %  : %  • • .,. securSoul havii .... • Great Expect ir | the National B Di -ctors tions, will I •• the subji t i • The branch currently m ets ii sern m to be delivered bj its L; %  • at -'.' %  hington AvRabbi. An Oneg Shabbat with .. membership ol follow, honoring the 70th birth225. '


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jIUDAY. AUGUST 15, 1952 -Jewlstiflcric/iarj PAGE 7 Burt Stone Sparks Infantry Division To National Repute Burt Stone, Son of Mr. and Mrs. nave Stone. 4776 SW 2nd Terrace Miami. sparked C-imp Breckinridge's S still appearing in Poland, the report states. Hialeah Swim-Dance A Swim-Dance will be given by the Ladies Auxiliary ot the Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Community Center on Sunday evening, August 17th. at the Sovereign Hotel. SAFETY GLASS INSTALLED IN ALL CARS AUTO I AH f* & HARDWARE EXPERT REPAIRS ON HYDRAULIC WINDOWS Sales and Service at 1304 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 9-3144 (complete and jbependat/e c7if/e Setirke M IAMI TITLC & Of st met Co. 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE I Title Insurance* Pelides of Kansas City Till* Insurance Co. Capital, Surplus & Reserve* Exceed $2,000,000.00 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1892 PALMER'S MIAMI Miami's One And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Delivoryl MONUMENT CO. Serving the Jewish Community Since 1926 Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS 3277-79 S.W. 8th *" i i am Phone 4-5922 Let £.JL WORRY About Your FOOD A Complete Catering Service Beautiful Hors D'oeuvres Made to Order Rental of CHINA SILVERWARE LINENS Entertainment and all other details arranged for your formal and informal affairs PHONE 3-5463 NIGHTS, SUNDAYS A HOLIDAYS 83-1986 JACK & JILL CATERERS 24 N.W. 7th St. Off Miami Av. MUSIC DRAMA LAUGHTER "Jewish Forum On The Air" Station: WFEC (1220 on dial) Sundays 11-12 A.M. Produced and Directed by Simon SEIDEN Director PETER HELLER "You Ask — We Answer" A Program for the Entire Community Make This Your Key to a Happy Future! Start your savings pro* -fam NOW I Make a habit of saving something regularly and you will have the key to the things you want most. Dade Federal SAVINGS accounts are INSURED up to $10,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation. Your SAVINGS in Dade Federal EARN liberal dividends twice a year for you at the current rate of... w Our monthly payment HOME LOANS make home ownership easy foo. Inquiries invited. No ob'igafion. PadeTeetetal*Stwinql AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI MAIN OFFICE 4S NORTHEAST FMST AWNW AllAPATTAH BRANCH ISM NMTRWEST MIS STRICT JOSEPH M. UPTON. PrrtiJltl Our Resources Exceed 40 Million Dollars [GORDON FUNERAL HOMES "DEDICATED TO THE SERVICE OF THE JEWISH COMMUNITY OF GREATER MIAMI" Two Convenient Locations AIR CONDITIONED CHAPELS .Miami 710 S.W. 12th AVE. Phone 3-3431 Miami 1 !<* Ii 1333 DADE BLVD. Phone 5-7677 24-Hour Ambulance Service B. W. BENNETT. Funeral Director All 1111itsT %  iifilluli •m.i.t: |Vfr i-iS.-iKii„tU



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PAGE 4 +j€istFkridliiar FRIDAY, AUGUST 15. 1952 EDITORIAL I'JA Bond Coordination News early this week the: a committee or. the National level will soon be formed 1o coordinate Ihe drives of the Israel Bond organization end the United Jewish Appeal should hearten many persons who have expressed concern ever the often conflicting campaign efforts of these two groups during the past two years. The decisions reached as a result of the Israel Government's deliberations last month have finally been left with Ambasscccr Abba Eban in Washington, and implementation of the coordinating plan is in motion according to news releeses. Little need be said cbout the virtues of each organization. The United Jewish Appeal's is a venerable fund raising effort of long stending. Its Life Dollars campaign in America serves as the fountainhead of local agency end oversees support. UJA gifts have augmented the world migration movement of indigent Jews to Israel end continue to aid re-settlement programs there. The Israel Bond drive, since its inception some two years ago, has aimed at the stimulation of capital investment in the new state, its end being Ic hasten economic independence end industrial end commercial development. It is particularly unfortuncte thai both orgonizctions should have begun to regard their campaign efforts as competitive cfiairs. Curiously, much of the difficulty lay with the many local leaderships that had, for emoticncl or personally cmbitious reasons, allied themselves with one specific drive to the exclusion end detriment of the other. That the nature cf both the UJA and Isrcel Bond campaiens were sufficiently distinctive in terms o: aim and financial arrangement \z preclude the possibility ci such competition. seemed hardly a prcctical guarantee cf coord. %  -. tion heretofore. The Israel Government's announcement ccrr.es -.: a zzz-l tima when officials of 3th crra.-.. zztiens cird themselves for the Fail ci 32 end 1953. N'WS ITEM: Israel's natural resources show s; ? ns ci radio artive minerals-Israel forms Atomic Energy Commission. ANOTHER STEP FORWARD Most important, if agreed and adhered to, is the stipulation that reconciliation of conflicts by the committee will be regarded as binding. The rersonai element local leadership in America often display regarding these most imtant drives, il -eerr.s, should finally be e'.imted. The stakes are rather high; such COr.one tco scon. Israel's Windfall The United States Government has finally come around. Washington officicls indicated last Tuesday that Israel will henceforth be able to purchase military equipment here. The decision to make available to the new state many categories of previously unavailable munitions must, however, not be confused with the application for grant aid provided by the 1952 Mutual Security Act. Such aid has been long and slow in coming. While Congress earlier made a most opulent gesture in its MSA allotment to Israel despite strong opposition by pro-Arab League elements demanding to know the reason for "discrimination" against some 40 million Moslems in the Near East area, the US State Department resumed its courtship of the new state's opponents more ardently than ever before. The Government's decision must thus be regarded as a direct about-face in foreign policy. One needn't look very far for its rationale. AngleAmerican leadership finds itself incieasinaly unimportant in the Near East, what with the recent rash of depositions, exiles and revolutions there In effect, Israel has emerged as the single responsible government showing virtual alliance with the West. One reason, undoubtedly, for US failure tc implement the MSA-Israel agreement has been Congressional reliance on Israel's friendship under all circumstances. But such theoretical faith has apparently given way to more practice! manifestations of partnership, in light of the current Moslem developments. Proof that the Arab eague is jockeying fcr diplomatic superiority lies in the fact that America's decision to sell Israel arms has resulted in its application to the Soviet sphere for similar benefit. Clearly, the United States Government will not be outdone. To prove its complete friendship, it announced almost simultaneously the: American investment in the new state would henceforth be auaranteed by American dollars. Israel Granted Permission To Purchase Soviet Claims Heirless Property American Munitions; Pact Talks Denied Pcge 1 A) • t1 Britisl Mediterrai | publicity. | %  : • r-in-C • eclared. 1 it : %  : vis.t last week that anti-Semlti rgc.i tion e East %  •. : last .• -. • • i the ..:.()••. Il :' Op," • %  • per sai Th Times belii v> I t thei littli f any form of e, or ev< n of il diplomat %  ip b< tween Gei • that The ; ./. tten and isra, '" I I which Hague and that the Jews, by tion 1 thedefei I not b. pos: bl [ th. "• %  %  % %  • %  ; j the an Foreigi Mir -try wer< in •':. • %  %  51 t. th. : • an emenl • frequently If th< Bi n-Guri< n %  • %  -1 its intei st in promotini er.t carries out its i t< trengt : • .-.--• Foreign M i i n : Mid l< Ea t area In *' vi mber, %  %  :• nsi ffici : %  the %  %  togsthi befoi the enc with thi Un ti'. Kin{ Itati n lared ts .. b< hi ndii appi d," thi refu • noke in the [i • • %  ro( m s thai they i • If I i. ettes or be i ffered thi %  • thi G: m in virtue ol t!,<.:: unfortur.ate history, have m vi r made a cult of the Ions n • ry the article conclu • No Private Trading The [srai! (; %  v<. i i enl w II n it Som< the Ji %  is lelegati : -' : %  '•' "'•' %  i private com. panu to buy in G rmany, even sly at thi rids I thi N. zi er the con is n ol thi Israeli' %  %  ; pact, it was %  In thi : mi : the Uniti that he is coi at icarrii I In '.aterr.em • I th( pro|i • • thi d< thi i I re, Mi tion is it Nation • vi characti special ernn ital uy foi • ; mpanii %  %  • .. %  foi irJr.g fforl and ol %  fei ge r • : '-• US Ir.vesiir.er.ts • erchai %  %  % %  '.*' red by this agency > • %  i 7i Tui %  .. I over to Israel i in Isrsi thai %  %  i rat i is o help ci I • •: lizing the legist: tion n Gem ny on repj:; tions %  ii ..nation for Jewish vi of Nazism, but that the talk lit; on very slowly. "There is no likelihood f swift conclusion cf the talks," he stated. "Every p< ;nt mu thoroughly discussed and although many points have been agreed upon, they are not yet drawn up on the final fi The spokesman, Jerome Jai son. added that the Con.' will not consider t'-.e offer ol SI07.COO.000 repaiations in made by West Germany to the 'i. groups outside of Israel until the legislative progran -> ttled. He said the Is-ra'ii gation at The Hatue will do • • ing toward tigi ing the Israel-German repaiations pact until an understanding is reach) between the Conference and the Germans. A two-man delegation, representing the German Templars, came here this week to ;,-K ', I West German delegation to press the Templars' claim for 30 000 pounds from the Isi lei G %  eminent as inden nifi tion foi thei pi operty '••>... :•. thej been handed vei I Israel British trustees. Je w 1st ihridiar amce ir i th. ent reach n the United %  • • %  IS ..• %  .:. I national planning staff under a Eritish chief, with headquarters or. Cyprus ar.d composed of British. American, French, Turkish -nd Greek officers. The door would be left open for Egypt and other Middle East states to enter t.-.e organization later. No Israeli Talks The Israel Foreign Ministry meanwhile indicated that no official or unofficial discussions on Middle Eastern defense had be. n held in Tel Aviv with Earl ish State as a sate place for American investments. "II is now expected that the new agreement greatly contribute to the promotion of investments by American individuals and companies in Israei," a government spokesman stated. The view of the American Government with regard to the new agreement was expressed by Bruce MacDiniel, director of the Technical Cooperation A-IminisDr, V the Ag uoiarr.anr. i S now in tration in Israel, unde whom I of Mutual Security Act funds. up vestment of profits, dividends or repatriat '!!." £ f £ a .F Ita1, T he .. P J" { 1S sim I Switzerland" liar to those concluded previous•;„ ly between the United States A anok. S, W i y and Austria. Denmark Greew L'ce S? SWI.K A ,he 5 onf r France, Ital, .nd Norway For-a ir/rm-,,. ^SSL/S !" Against small -premium." .nvestments pr'o'gre h^Sn*^^ S me the West Gerimau delegation on the question t*e Jewish Unity and the Jsw'sh Weekly Member cf tn Jewiin Tt ea^aphic Agercy, Seven Art Peat,,'* Sync cat*, Worldwide Ne*i Service, National Editorial Association, Ameil. :an Association of Enfllish .Jev.nN N ewspap ers Florida frees Ai mr • % %  Th., Jewish Klcrlditui doe* A r-iaralitre the Karhruth of the ir.r< %  hn1l advrtl>i1 In It* -o hi"2n*. SUBSCRIPTION HATES: On. Year __: J-> Twi Ysars f< 00 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDIJN News Editor OFHCE and PLANT 120 N. E Shrth Street Telep hones 2-1 141—2-8 212 __ FRIDAY. AUGUST 15. 1952 VOLUME 25 NUMBER *> AB 24, 5712



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leimfaJEIcncfiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY VOLUME 25— Number 33 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1352 PRICE: TEN CENTS Soviet Makes Heirless Claim^ German Credit In England JF,;USALEM (JTA) — The Soviet Government was rannri^i k„. _i activities to obtain Jewish property in Israel' whkX was ^^^hi^'^Sf^fiJt are h n in Russia. Authorities estimate that property valued at lionnnn i^i j C re ther e een transferred to the Soviet Union d at ,D00 000 MMl pounds has aiI %  feeling exists here that Soviet satellites may soon follow Russia's example and seek the re turn ol heirless proper'.;to relatives living |p these countries A i %  "•* anc see* trie re; office in Moscow keeps check on property of Russian citii racy, it said, was imposed bv Iszens living abroad as well as on property that can be claimed for iael because of the bitter feelheirs a siding in the Soviet Union. In cases where the property can be claimed for heirs in the USSR, the Soviet authorities claim the pi i perty LOI them. One case involved a Tel Aviv P"""perry aid not belong to the Austria Rejects Reparation Claim 1 VIENNA (JTA) — The Austrian Government will reject any j possible Jewish reparations claims, it was indicated here from I sources close to tr.e government. Austria's attitude to Jewish reparations claims, it was explainer!, win be >ased on provisions contained in the dratt of the State treaty whicn provides that Austria is relieved from making a-y turther reparations payments. jeweler named Wernikov who died in 1947. and who was techi ically a Russian citizen. The Russian* representative in PalesI at the time demanded that the safe of the deceased be inted to establish whether it contained jewels taken from the Czar's court The Soviet GovW recently increased its pressure on Israel to transfer to it prop* rty belonging to the Russian Pravoslav Society, a dissig] up, which claims the To Form Body For Coordination Of Bonds, UJA NEW YORK (JTA) — A committee to co-ordinate the drives j RTSLJ^C "T of the Israel Bond organization the art,c,e declar ^and Russian Government or to the Russian Orthodox Church. German Funds Meanwhile, some German credits in Britain may be made available to Israel for needed oil ar.d other purchases, the Times of London reported in a special article on the German-Israel reparations negotiations at The Hague. The article said there was also a proposal that Germany apply to the International Bank of Settlements for a loan of $150,000,000 which, if granted, would be placed to Israel's account. "There are a number of other provisions in the draft agreement which, when signed and ing, both in the Knesset and th country itself, against any form of negotiations with Germany. Many Jews in Britain and America, the paper added, shared this sentiment. The West Germa-. Government likewise was anxious to avoid (Continued on Page 4 A) Ex-Nazi Chieftain Walter Schreiber Seeks Return Here t e United Jewish Appeal is expected .to be formed this month following discussions held between the Amabssador of Israel, representatives of the Israel Bond campaign, leaders of the United Jewish Appeal and representatives of the American i the Jewish Agency, it was learned here on Tuesday. The discussions have been basclecisions reached by the Government of Israel on July 20th. The main principles approved by the Israel Governed conveyed to the Israel issador in Washington for implementation include: 'Full support for both the U"ii


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PAGE 14 flewistiflerSdliar FRIDAY, AUGUST 15. l9s During The Week ...AS I See It LEO MINDLIN Billiq. Schwartz Form New Firm Formation of the first public relations and fund ra.sing agency in Florida was announced this Seek bv M. C. Billig and Gerald Schwartz. The firm has opened offices at 2904 B.scayne Boulevard. Miami, and will open its imain office in the One Lincoln | Road Building, Suite 222, later I this month. ,. Billie resigned as national director of Trades and Industries for the S500.000.000 State of ISrale Bond drive in New York to move here and begin the firm, which will be known as Billig & Schwartz. He directed Rallies For Israel throughout the nation for the United Jewish Appeal and the bond campaign during the past several years. Billig also served as fund raising counsel to Henry Morgenthau, Jr.. in several drives. Schwartz, who has operated his own public relations and publicity office here for three years. served as state public relations director for the Israel Bond drive. He was campaign director Of the last building fund appeal of the Jewish Home for the Aged in Greater Miami. Schwartz currently is vice president of the Greater Miami Professional and Alumni Chapter of Alpha Delta VJSfSi.ygS&ZSr^s FOR PRI\TI\4i PRINCIPAL THOUGHT: e stoodI at the edge of Pier NoM last Sunday afternoon and looked up l !" ? !" "*. Below was the su&r&Brs as tssss a — """ A puffing smoke stack also carried the *£*!*"&. *& second* smalL sea flag htoJO % transve se ^ Henrietta S.old. whose prow oispUyed IM^ name ^ ^ a "" ^&^1^2^^S-ere was that c£ rTtmpfr^ St*S& jBBBff:3 % %  ffifSaS^JfJB^'tth the fact that local %  VSSSJMSa^ SK" adding' f=nitv: SornTemphasized that they had nothing whatever to do with |. iwrinsthepermits. They further stressed their immunity by indiSSSftJ • ; US State "Department was the s^e agent fur export tidal, with a degree of bewilderment, apologized or 8"^ SL a di e f ?e P re^tit the cargo f scrap iron needed differentiThe Henrietta S port is Haifa. 1 • ve us .Mi %  .. .... ... ne to see the J wish merchant • Behird its presence lay more than the history of th-> new state's expemnce since the War of Liberation ana. for that matter, --re than rr.illenia of vision when Jews would or.ce again vie with nations of the earth in commerce on the high seas as once they had with Phoenicia. There was. indeed, a current history which found its roots in the Near East and which circled back to America's innermost diplomatic spheres. On the face of it. a simple renture was in the process of being executed. More Intricately, however, Israeli-British-Us relations were practically demonstrated. issed American and English l< • -,%  of i lysis King Farouk's exile rising did ship in Iran (doub. • • %  r. -.tally ill King Talal s ved to en phasize this emrhat Isi • s thus heavily underscorThe new state's political and geographic situations were furthsr amplified this week by announcements from Washington that the Israel Government would henceforth be permitted to purchase arms here and that investment there would be becked up by American dollars. This change in attitude comes hard upon the heels of older Congressional failure to implement fully the Mutua] Security Act agreement for Near Eastern areas and. more specifically, with Israel. by no measure of the truisl Earlii A a and British stands assum%  while com tship of the irgue ran ra • Indeed, the Congressional agarding 1 el' allegiance in the face of lerr.ental I MSA as nsulting proportions. The.. ; o( the Henrietta Szold is symbolic of the re-evaluation t Israeli-British-US relations in the light of current i li AFTERTHOUGHT: There was a feeling we experienced, watch, ng the loading of the Henrietta Szold. that car. not easily be dest bed. It seems that the roots of a man's sensibility extend far pond the bounds of his native land, reaching deeply into the tration of his lore: are! s. A contemporary writer has called this twilight feeling "the uncreated conscience of my race". Even so. did we discover a tremor of buoyancy that might be considered un-American by Senator Joseph McCarthy. Before us, stood the recrudescence of Israel's ancient heritage, a people renewed to the active sphere of national existence. The Star of David, asserting itself as a symbol of traditional destiny rather than as a yellow arm band of shame A graduate of North Carolina State College and the University of Miami, Schwartz was also a member of Lead and Ink. journalism honorary; Who s Who In American Colleges And UniversitiesOmicron Delta Kappa, leadership fraternity; Theta Omicron Pi. scholarship honorary; and Zeta Beta Tau. Billig. with more than iu vears experience in fund raising is a member of Kiwanis Internationay. Schwartz is a member of the Miami Beach Optimist Club and Junior Chamber of Commerce. Princess Wilhelmina Honors Jewish Victims THE HAGUE (WNS) — Princess Wilhelmina. formerly Queen of The Netherlands, has accepted the honorary presidency of the World Committee for the erection of a monument in Paris to the Unknown Jewish Martyr. The monument will be erected in memory of the 6.000,000 Jews who were annihilated by the Nazis during World War II. Offer $500 Bond To High Score Bowlers A $500 United States DeW. Bond is within the grasp ofT amians who can roll 300 on t bowling alley in sanctioS league competition this seasoT The $500 Bond is offered, men or women bowlers bv V eran Surplus Outlet. Miami FW ida, and Nat Nast. the creator.' Bowling Shirts. It ls Jg" that the competition will D duce at least 20 perfect sco this season. Veteran Surplus Outlet 19J Biscayne Boulevard. Miami now registering bowlers for'11 competition. LEGAL NOTICE Tall rm.v cur P R E S S. Inv. 120 N.E. SIXTH STREET lhon< 3-71341 CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO AM. TO WHOM THKSK l-UKSKNTS BHALL COMB. ORBWFThto li to certify that, where**, Milt..11 Stro-t. Miami, Fla. David Qraubert, Miami. Kla. Joan 0 Btreet, Miami. i;i did on the th clay ..f December, A.D l!.i.,, cause i Incorporated under the i>rovlnlon of Chapter I0OH. L*w ,,, ,.•;., M ,| : ,. ACU ..( 1923, Till-. SKA KINO COMPANY, •' corporation, with itprincipal place "f bualneM al Miami. Dadc County, In the State ol .1 wherea* Ihe proper prich corporation hand and have affixed the Oreal Heal ••( the State "I Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital, thin the Mtli daj of August, A i> 1952. (SEAL) R A O.RAY, Secretarj ol State I OSCAR RAPPAPORT Attornes al Laa 71" .-. \ IH)II! Kld| Miami. I-I.i. r>2 tin-*-. n.t jiai VI ya-iu, nasei liiiy ajtii cii a byniuui uionai destiny rather than as a yellow arm band of shame and derision, struck us above all things, appearing even more significant than the politico-military implications of the merchant ship's docking here. It was, however, difficult to refrain from further, less sentimental observation. What, for example, would neo-religious elements in the new state think of our feeling — they who have become SO militant in their attitudes that they physically hamper Israel's commercial and industrial development in the name of ancient practice? 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FRIDAY. AUGUST 15. 1952 +Jeist Fhjrkfo* PAGE 5 Umpli N PI blotter Southeast Region USY Institute Here August 24th %  27th /u* CC €•!'•' -*% C-M/O f/tyf/C-fi^f The Southeast Region of Unit-1 day are breakfast, reports, lun-!ule will continue on v/ednesd By ARTHUR LEWIS ight, 10. r '2. Jewish Teles, %  •.. [r.c.) LN1TED NATIONS— Although the E I'etat has : before the United Nations and is unl to be, urally the greatest interest In it here, if only bee effect it •-.ay have on this organization, [h re i son npleted business here as far as Egypt is concerned. The Security Coin order to open up the Suez Canal to Israli shipping lias been Then, there are such questions as Palestine, Tunisia and i, in which Egypt has shown a particular concern. W at would be the effect of a military dictatorship on Egypt's :i these issues and in the council of nations? Would it not tend I make Egypt more chauvinist, more assertive hero, if not i ive? Seme of the delegates are surprised at the way in which General Naguib is being built up as a great hero. At no time could it be said that the Egyptian Army distinguished itself during the fighting in Palestine, and General Naguib's only claim to heroic fame was that he commanded an Egyptian division then. He is supposed to hare been wounded — according to Cairo reports, he was wounded three times — and he may have been a brave enough officer. However, as an Asian delegate pointed out. if you want to praise General Naguib. you might just as well praise General Nam II of She North Korean Army because they both took part in the same kind of fighting. •• State of Israel was even more a United Nations responsibility :nan the Republic of Korea, for it was created by the internal ii n 1 organization, whereas Korea had existed as a state for countless centuries. The partition of Palestine was brought about ieneral Assembly resolution. So is it with General Naguib Egyptian invaders, the only difference apparently being i ggression was not recognized as a crime at the time of the I ie lighting. way that the Western democracies have been able to aclate ISftlves to a military dictatorship in the Middle East subject of some comment here. The Americans seem G •:..-. al Naguib as a kind of Egyptian Kemal Ataturk. HI such movement in Egypt as the progressive and foruna Turk movement which out Ataturk in nowei nd of the First World War. Those who know Egypt well in the United Nations say that what -appened was simply a military coup and that there is nothing :'r,3t can csguise it as anything else but a military coup. They are r.:t convinced thai a military dictatorship is going to prove more beneficial to Egypt than the previous government or govern• ents. no matter how rotten they may have been, although most I the diplomats here feel that it would be better, if only for the n that things couldn't be worse. Naturally, the members of Israeli c'elegation are concerned with the rise of this military adtx in Egypt, but they are not saying anything al the present time. are also surprised at the way that the British .n.:i against Kinu Farouk, or Pnn: one man who was highly regarded and the lavish f another who is unknown, are a sign, in the opinion of t th UN, that the West has no policy in the Middle East me of expediency. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hae you. roof rapalrad now; you will aava on a now roof latar "Satisfactory Work by Eitparjancad Man" 414 •• W. 22nd Avanu* PMON1 4'jvtHMjnnvittiivv inn Rabbi Joseph E. Rackorsky 945 Michigan Avenue • Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Phone 9-2694-5 Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverised Grade A. Soil Bulldozing Hourly or Contract Phone 4-0335 LANDCAPING OUR SPECIALTY EDWARD ALPER 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace ALL WORK GUARANTEED Peters Atlantic Service "BUMPER C M. PETERS TO BUMPER SERVICE" 5735 N.E. 2nd AVE. Rockmoor Garage COMPLETE GENERAL REPAIR SERVICE ALL MAKES OF CARS — SATISFACTION GUARANTEED PHONE 84-7448 The Southeast Region of United Syni gi gue Youth v.. its fii -' I., di 1. ng I. •.uite from August 24tl 271 at the San i't the Mi ; % %  J, ..' ;, ter, it v., wee k. Purpose ol tl ite is to provide USY members with the tunity of acquit and knowledge which can be u-ed in then club activit dtu ing the year,-Morton Siegal, din toi of the National USY. said. Sessions at the hotel ard at the Center will include religious activities. s< miners, social and recreational programs. Merr.'oer congregations are scheduled to send delegates here on a partial subsidy basis. Registration fees, according to Paul Friedman, president of National USY. is $10. %  ard includes meals and refreshments. Hotel accomodatior.s. with three USY meir.bers assigned to a room, will be S2. The balance of costs will be subsidized by Sisterhoods of Greater Miami's congregations. Convention consultant will be Alex Shapiro, director of USY Metropolitan New York. The Sunday. August 24th meeting is scheduled to include registration and anExecutive Committee meeting. The Monday session will begin with a Minyan Service. Other affairs listed for that day are breakfast, reports, luncheon, seminars on organiz • .i tion period end ;. ing. es to this p on Tuesday will on p %  i ed IUi : :. infl th • < vening. 'I ;ereral ule will continue on Wednesday^ %  27th. with the Institute >sing its sessions at 1:30 p.m. In chars ol USY arrangeGreater Miami area are Rabbj Max Shapiro, proIrs. Milton Sirkin, res r% %  al d Bert Sh< r, j Icoordinat .-j 13 A as 4% Inte est MORTGAGE LOANS HENRY E.WOLFF CO. Secvr.ty b -jPh. 9-35 UPHOISTERINC Re-Upholstery Slip Covers Drapes and Cornices SLIPCOVERS. DRAPES and CORNICES CUSTOM MADE TO YOUR ORDER RE-UPHOLSTER YOUR FURNITURE LIKE NEW AT LOW COST BY REAL DRAFTSMEN PHONE 78-0117 FOR DECORATOR'S ESTIMATE RUTKINS INTERIORS 4102 N.W. 17th AVE. 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LAY. AUGUST IS, 1952 • 'Jewishfkfktiati PAGE 15 LEGAL NOTICE^ -r^7 c T^JNDE FICTITIOUS Nj0T NAME LAW. _„. %  ,5'HBRBB* OIVKN that toT i. !" ined, desiring to engage In „„.ier. J." fictitious name of fin' 1 in I. BS CHILDREN'S t l:U '.i,!i' it ::!2t l'ni-e De I*-on |" K •"' ,•;.. .1 Qables, Ha.. Intend* l" le \X2, W name with the Clerk |;;;r: : r; "toKri .. f D** county, M' ,,,, SAMUEL SCHEINMAN LEGAL NOTICE "NOTICE ,rtCB 18 HEREBY GIVEN by '^J3e?;ned of the discontinuance ,,f the fictitious name, tin V. by rtAIKK DP SUUTH KLDRliEKN'ARD HKIiCflrCK HAKOfcD P. WKISS S-1S ^rrrTTRCUlT COURT OF THE cucNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN E ,nFOR DADE COUNTY. A FTORISA IN CHANCERY. ru NO 152039 L.i \dT. 1 JOHNSON, feXANJM." Defendant NOTICE BV PUBLICATION Al ndei I Jnon %  .019 Monroe Street .!,.'.. :i W .-dilngton 1 ;i: HEREBY NOTIFIED I ,,f I'omplalnt for Divorce II ,;', ,. 1 11 ilnsl you. and you v.a copy of your ,.,. ld ing t„ the Bill of KnUlnl on the plaintiff's attorney. In Rothenherg. 420 Lincoln Road, kn.1 B-"h. Florida, and file the tin'il answer or Pleading In the ,h. Clerk of the Circuit ] !, Count). Florida, on or :,th dy of September. IE othi wise the allegations of the I Complaint will be taken T ,7, n f.... I l>J you and judgment 1 11 be taken against you lh, relief demanded In ihe Kill %  I'oinptAlnt. |l„i\K VXD ORDERED at Miami. I Btd .I iv of August, IS..2. I H LEATHERMAN, Clerk C rcult Court NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY CHVEN that the underslgne.l, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of JIMMY'S BARBER SHOP, at BKO s. Drive, Miami Springs. Eia. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of lh.Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. A. HENRY RUSSO ............ .. ANIKAI, OARRIDO STANLEY M PRED Attorney for Applicants 81-4 Key-hold Kldg. I/S-16-SS-M I Bv R M HICK. JR. 1 i e p ity Clerk [NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW K is HEREBY OIVEN thai %  Ing to engage In %  titloua name of IP 'i 'I %  ''i's. al 249 N. W. PI I ll.t.'iiils to •!i the clerk of 1 lade Counts. N ER, Bole 1 PW mi |l\ ll. si I. %  • i NOT CE BY PUBLICATION THE CiRCtIT COURT OF THE I H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF |FLC= DA IN AND FOR DADE CCL\TY :N CHANCERY. No. 151948 I Plaintiff. I.I ; :. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE %  • 1 Street • s jr. Ill 'I 'I HELLER, are hereby Hill ..i Complaint for 1 • n filed against you. I1-1 I to s.-i vc a copy Pleading to the n' on the plaintiff's \ EKHE.N, l-.Sij. 823 % %  : an I, Fla and file VOSM ei or Pleading in • 11 Clerk of the Clrbefore the 41li day • If you fail to do ill • lull will be taken I %  the • lief demanded • Complaint. nil be published one i nsecul iv. w eeks [ i II:\\ ISH i i.nitiDi \.\ 'NK .'li ORDERED at Miami. la) ot August, A.D. K I! I.EATHERMAN, Cln nil i 'ourt. County, I lorlda %  % %  i .\ \l \V STOCKING, ,,. U Clerk. I'krtanlft ... | |.|,|„ %  %  %  3T CE OF i: NOTICE uwOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICF. IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CRYSTAL BEAUTY SHOP, at 1089! N. E. 6th Avenue. Miami. Kla Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida. ANNE BALKS I/1-8-1S-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of AETNA CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY, at 182 S. W. 1st Avenue. Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court Of Dade Coiintv. Florida. ISADOR HERSKOWIT7. HARRY HER8KOWITZ MAX R. 8ILVER Attorney for Applicant 922 Beybold Building Miami 12, Fla. I 8-16-22-29 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICF IS HEREBY GIVEN that the iimlei signed, desiring to engage la business under the fictitious name of Jl.ltl'S CLEANERS AND LA1NDRY, at 317 23rd Street. Miami Hearh. Kla Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. BENJAMIN WElNgTEIN Sole I iwiicr HENRY NUS8ENBAUM Attorney for Applicant l"ll Seybold llldg. 8/1-S-1-.-22 W-r.EHOUSEMAN'S SALE 'TICK is IIKREBY GIVEN that [ "tot %  Chapter 7s of Florida • Annotated (1911). Warc'•"••"'•i, n i Warehouse RecelpU, ,. %  : ABA MOVING AND STOR• %  '''. INC, a Florida corporaof Us warehouse lien, in its possession the following de§ %  % % %  personal property. '"•I SIMIiil.l. liotlDS AND ,,, PERSON A|, EFFECTS |e propert) ,.f Mildred Armstrong, an. Emrnos, IOOI Tomeran Ave.. t l aim Beai h, Kla ; Harriet Crlt%  J %  i Hopherson, s. \V. 88th f Bird l: id. Miami; Ruby Childijiiii and Berkley Ave., Atlanta, 1 c 0 CbM. Miller. •v .Nelson St., Arlington, Va.; • Carson, Royalton Hotel. 1 k H-ltmeiiek, <2 E, 72nd ;,. ^ Robert Harrelson, ii,.,i,. "!" Sl Miami: Charles %  N H 2nd Ave., Miami: VE-Imc:: '" Mlh SI %  Mll,ml ;. Mm.. c, l k i nSi 146S i, N w St v, M 'aml; Pearl Ross, 609 ;,•/• Mmiltrle, c.a.: Mrs. 11. •' % % %  Park Avenue. K ,.; i S. Sep.-. 2110 Weal %  klyn, N. Y.: John L-,. V" .' w '''"'" St., Mlaifll, I !" "* t Tynlon. II617 N E I .cMiigton Storage. %  Dai < N Y. C.j that on the j August, 1962, during the '„..', "' %  ''•' mainly between „, """";;" and 2:00 in the afterIV "" %  front door of t$M ,,.,,'' Wreet. Miami. Florida. %  ;-1 -hall off.. r for sale to b'ddel fo, ,,.sh in band. r 1 %  '" ;,'""' household goods "• •as the propert) r. Ilubv %  ..".""'""•'• Harriet CrltchllKFi. Lex%  ?WfcFTafcnl 0 ft '. s s • %  1 "• |''"i S,"',i', k K Tynlon. and NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICF. IS HP.KF.KY OIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BABE DRIVE-IN, at IS880 V W I7th Avenue, Opa Locka, Florida, intends to register sai.i name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL POLLACK Bole owner Mi HIT' >N ROTHENBERG Attorne) for Samuel Pollack -. S-16-X2-29 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 28541-A In Re: ESTATE oF FRANCES RINCER, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Bald Estate: Y.'ii. and -... li "f >on. arc hen by i I re.i ilred to present any claims and demands which you .•idler of yon, may have agalifst the estati of FRANCES RINUER, delate of Miami, I >ade I' int) Florida, to the Hon. County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in their offices In the Count) Courthouse In Dade County, rlorida, within elgnl calendai months from the .late of the first publication hereol Said claims or demands to contain Hi. legal address "f the claimant and i.. be sworn i" and presented as ..foresaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1*33 Probate Act. Date August 5th, A.D 1952, WILLIAM PARKER DOROTHY PARKER As Executors of the Last Will and Testament of FRANCE8 RINOER. I lei ased. MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN SS0 Seybold Kldg. Miami. I'la Attorneys for Executors 8 8-15-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage |n business under the fictitious name of ALLIED INSURANCE AGENCY, at 129 N E. First Street, Miami. Florida, Hi. nils :.i : glstl r sac! name With i he I "l< 11 "f the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MR. LOUIS GOLDSTEIN s 1-8-15-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business und.r the fictitious name of VENETIAN VILLAS, at 226-227 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach) Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. lltMA KHIU.ICHMAN". 225-27 Collins Avenue, Miami Keach. Florida M( >KT( IN K< ITHENBERG Attorney for Irma Khrliehman 120 Lincoln Itoad Miami Keach. Florida • 1-8-15-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of KAILA ORIGINALS, al Dade County. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit (ourt of Dade County, El" r lda I'.AII.A WEINER Role Owner .; FORCE KASTKNBAUM Attorney foi Applicant 1 Lincoln Road Kldg. t/l.g-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in buslneas under the fictitious "V.',"\. COMFORTA1RE of Si>l TH HA'KIDA at bade County, Florida, intends t,, register said name with the Clara of Ihe Circuit "'ourt of Dade County, n ""' ,a HAROLD P WEISS. Sol.Owner 7 K — 8/1-8-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engace in business under the fictitious name of '•HAWTHORNE ELECTRONICS OF H-ORIDA". at ir.24 N. W 17th Avenue, Miami, Kluiida. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JULIUS SIII'.IKR, Sole Owner ROBERT L. BLOOMBERG Attorney for Applicant 7IH Seybold Kuildlng Miami, Plori.la 7/16 — 8/1-8-15 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of B. S. LAIN DRY 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 KMANFEI, BEITLIN Owners MARX M FABER Attorney for Applicants 412 Congress Kuildlng Miami. Florida l/l-t-U-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage ta buslneas under the ''^"T Treasure DREW HoMKS, at 1118 S. "V" M ''„ e Drive, North Kay Village. Mian Beach. Fla.. intends to raglWJjM name with the Clerk Oftfce ClroW! Court o, ;-; W !'-V K ';-K^,PMENT CORPORATION CENET & OENET Attorneys for Applicant 7/25 — 8/1-8-15 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 151770 YOLANDA VETRANO, Plaintiff, va KI.IAS VETRANO, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION You. ELIA8 VETRANO. 862 Midland Avenue. Yonkers, New York, are hereby notified that a Kill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Kill of Complaint on the plaintiffs attorney, THEODORE J. 8AKOWITZ, H22 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 2Mb day of August. 1952. If you fall to do so. judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Kill of ( '..uiplallit DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 2Mb day of July, 1952. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, circuit Court, Dade County. !• lorlda i' 'Ircult < 'oin i Seal) B) w.M W STOCKING, Deputy clerk. 8/1-8-15-32 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 151704 JAMBS P. REID, Plaintiff vs. MARIA REID, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: MARIA REID 435 West 19th Street New York. New York You. Maria Keid, are hereby notified that a Kill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a opy of your Answer or Pleading to the Kill of Complaint on lh.Plaintiff's Attorney, AMOS BENJAMIN, r.o.. olympla Kuildlng. Miami, Florida, and file the original Anawer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit I "ourt on or before the '-'Kill day of August. 1962, If you fail to do so, judgment by default will lie taken against you for the relief demanded In the Hill of complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 21th day of .lulv, pi:,2. i: K LEATHERMAN, Clerk, circuit Court Dade County, Florida By w.M w STOCKING Deputy Clerk 8/1-8-16-22 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 151653 WILLIAM E. BARR1NEAU. PI ilntlff vs. ETHEL FIELDS BARRINEAU, I lefendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ETHEL I I ELDS BARRINEAU, I 'cinoj.olis. Alaba ma. You are required to serve a copy • d the Anawer to the Bill of Complaint upon the plaintiffs attorney, MORTON ROTHENBERG. 120 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and file tb Iglnal in the office of the cieik of the Circull Court on or before August 22, 1952; otherwise, said Bill will be tak.-n as confessed bv you. this 22nd day of July, V D. Dated 1952. (Seal) E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circull Court By P. H RICE, Deput) Clerk. v 1-8-IB Jit. IN In NOTICE TO CREDITORS THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 28363-B Re: ESTATE OF LUCAS W. SIEFKER, I leceased To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you. al e hel i b) notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of you, may have against the estate of LUCAS '. SIEFKER, deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, anil file the same in then offices HI the County Courthouse In Daile County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address Of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date July 21. A. D. INS. // MARIE HUMES SIEFKER As Administratrix of the Estate of LUCAS W. SIEFKER. Deceased. I. R. MAYERS Attorney for Marie Humes Slefker Administratrix 7/2.1 — H/l-S-15 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. 152015 ,-KEDNA I.ICLLE RKBD^^ VS. ELY LEE REED, Defendant ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: ELY LEE REED. Residence unknown You arc notified hereby. Hint a Kill of complaint for Divorce has buen filed against you in the above styled cause and >on are required to serve a cop) of your Answer on the plaintiff's attorney and file the original in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court in anil for Dad. County Florida on or before the Ith day of September. 1962, otherwise the allegations of said Kill of Complaint will be taken as confessed bv mil Dat.d at Miami, Dade County, Florida this Rth .lay of August. 1952. E. K. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of circuit Court (Circuit Court Seal) Ky M. C. FEIOB. Deputv Clerk MANUEL I.1KEI, Attorney for Plaintiff I,awver* Building 228 N. l-:. 2nd Ave. Miami. Florida g/8-15-22-29 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 151626 PRANCES C CLEMENS, Plaintiff, vs. MICHAEL A. CLEMENS, l lefendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: Mr Michael A. Clemens, South Fields. New York You ai.. required i<> serve a copy of your answer to the Bill >.f Complaint for D\ on plnlnftlI torney, nnd to file ti I glnal answer in the office of the Clerk ol the Circuit Court on or before the 22nd da) hi • tofore filed het ein, iil be tak< n ai confessed lv you DATED at Miami, Florida, this 22nd da) ol July, 1952, E B, LEATHERMAN, i 'lent of the Cli II Court B) w M W STOCKING, De| ity Clei k MICHAEL Al. ISENBERG Attorney for Plaintiff 1407 Blscayne Building .Miami. Flol Ida 7/26 — 8/1-J NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 28404.A In Re: ESTATE OF ALBERT M. BERMAN, Deceased To All Creditors and AH Person* Hi ing Claims or Demands Against Said Estate You. and each of you, %  hi %  • b) notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, ot either of you. may have against the .state of ALBERT M. BERMAN, de ceased late of Dade County, Florida. to ihe Hon. W IBLANTON, County Judge of of i lade 'ouaty, and file the same in his office In the County Courthouse in Dad.County, Kloi within eight calendar months from the danuf the first publlratlon hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal add:.-of the claimant ami to I..sworn to and presented as ifo i said, or same will be barred. Date July 17. A D. 1962. WALTER C. KOVNER and MILTON It MANNHEIMER, As Executors of tinLast Will and Testament of ALBERT Al. BERMAN, 1 leceased. KOVNER *lMANNHEIMER 420 Lim oin Road Miami Bead P*..>rlda 7.2:, — \ 1 -.-.-> IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 151809 RUTH WEINREB FINE. Plaintiff, -againstI'AUL FINE. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION YOU: PAUL FINE, care of Oeneral Delivery, Denver, Colorado, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Kill of Complaint on the plaintiffs attorney, MAX R. SILVER, 9Sf Seybold Kuildlng. Miami. Florida, and file Ihe 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 de fault will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of < -oinplaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Aliami, Florida, this 2'Jth day of July, 1962. i: I'.. LEATHERMAN, Cleik. Circuit Court, I igde County, Florida (Circuit Court Seall B) w.M W STOCKING, Deputy Clerk .MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Plaintiff '..22 Seybold Kuildlng Miami .-.2, Florida 8/1-8-16-22 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 151557 CLARA FINEAIAN KAI1N. Plaintiff, vs. NATHAN KAI1N. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: NATHAN KAIIX c/o Kahn Bros. 147(1 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 of your Answer or Pleading to the Kill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, STANLEY P.. RICHARD, 42n Lincoln Road, .Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clei of the Circuit Court on or before 1 1 M ii da) of August, 1952. if you I 1 to do so. judgment i>y default i.e tak.-n agalnsl you for the relief li 1 in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published 01 • week for foui consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH KLI.oRIDlAN. DONE AND ORDERED at M 1 Florida, t!.iISth til D. It B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, C lit ( Dad.County, 1 tii a 1 I. 1: II RICE, %  Deputy %  STANLEY B. RICHARD 1211 1. nc %  1 Road .Miami Beach, H> rid 1 7 :'.-, — s i-N-i:, HENRY (I. ROBERTS: (Address un1 1 .1 %  • %  hereby notified that a 1 cnpl.lint for divorce has bei agi nst you m the Circull %  urt ol fnth Judicial Circuit. In ai for I lade • "o inty, Flot Ida, 1' .. \ ,39, b) CATHERINE I, Ri 'BERTS, and you are n qu ... ,e a copy of your answer ..., n.it Sager, Attorne) for Plaintiff, at vi" lliscai ne Building, Miami, 1 %  nla. and file the original answer i:i the off. t Hi'" %  • rk "t th( C 1 'ourt, on or b.-fo: >• August • %  therwisi a Id • omplalnl will !•• I as confessed b) you. Dated JUl) IT. E, B. LEATHERMAX. Clerk of the Circuit Co Irt B) WM. W. STOCKINU, r/25 — Wl IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 151625 MILDRED BAKER, Plaintiff vs. HECTOR FREDERICK BAKER. Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: HECTOR FREDERICK BAKER Address "Unknown" You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Kill of i'omplalnt for Divorce on plaintiffs attorney, and to file the original aimer In the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 22nd day of August. 1962; otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as 1 oiifessc.l by you. DATED at Miami. Florida, this 22nd day of July, 1981 E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court By w.M. w. BTOCKINO, D.-putv Clerk MICHAEL Al ISBNBERO Attorney for Plaintiff 1407 Blscayne Kuildlng Miami. Florida 7/2.', — I 1-s-lS IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA RE: ESTATE OF 11 VRRY LEVINE, also ni 09 n as 11 LEVINE, Deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that I have riled my final report and petll Final Discharge aExecutrix of the .state of HARRY LEVINE. also known as H. LEVINE. deceased: and that on the 21nd day,of August. 19S-. I will apply to the Honorable I Judges of Dad.County. Florida. Jor approval of said final report and for final discharge as Executrix of the E.-tate of BARRY LEVINE. also known as II LEVINE. deceased. This 15th day of July. V,';,.,..,. JEANETTE LEVINE IRV1NC, CTPEN Attorney for Estate or HARRY LEVINE. ...,.„ also known as H. LEVINE 7/16 — 8/1-8-16 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Th IwUh Florldum soHdbs your legal notice*. W* oppraclato yottf patronageand auaran•M accurate %  •rrio* al Waal rate*. Phone 2-1141 lac messenger eervice. SEITUN & COMPANY PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGE! PHONE 9-3836 I 19) N. K. 2nd f)T. MIAMI St. FLA



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rr r f l V AUGUST 15. 1352 *"!** thrMton PAGE 9 r-~^~S*^r*-VV Personally Speaking Mis. Bessie M. Elman, oi 2840 SW 25ih Street, Miami, leit plans ici Eostcn, Massachusetts, to act as delegate ct the nAV Convention. %  Mr. and Mis. Day J. Apte have reiuir.cd to .he United les ic"cv/ing a slay oi r cme three n-.c...h_ :.. --.-_. -. w p .._q a great pail ci their time in Israel, the Aptes ciso visited 11 other European countiies. At piesent, they cie in Culiiomia. Mr. Gus Trau. ct 4574 Na-jtilus Dij-.e, Micmi 3_u...i, ..„left lei a iwo-mcnth vacation in the North. + Mr. and Mis. Acion Fan, oi S34 • 7£th Tenace. Miami Beech, it!' lest Fiidcy en the SS Nuevo Dominicano ici N'cssau. With them are theii rcn, Kaivey, and Mis. Jecnett? Goci, Mrs. I Fan's nether. Ficm Nassau, they will ijy to New York and then meter through New England. The Fai:s WJJI ratuin here Seplernbci 2r.d. + A Fciewell Faity was tendered Mi. end Mis. Isidore Gold Iby Mrand Mis. H. £p vak and friends prioi to the Gold's departure ici New Yoik, wheie they will visit theii children. Mr. end Mis. Miltcn Sirkin, ci 2024 North Eny Road. Micmi iBeach, have left ioi New York end Camp Tamcment. Pennsylvania, where they will vocation icr lhiee week. Mr. and Mis. Iradoie Cohen, of 1823 Biscayne, cellebiaied theii 45th wedding cnniveisciy ct home with their Ichilciie.T end hiend3. + + %  Mi. Mcnis Schneider has returned lo his heme in Miami, |fcllcw:r.g a three-week vacation at Dunciaggcn Inn, Hendeilsonv;lle, North Caiclina. + Cn vocction at the Lockout Mountcin Hotel, Tennessee, Ihove re?n Mr. end Mrs. Walter Vollweilei (Beech Cpticcl CornIpcny end sen, Andy. Mi. and Mi?. Leonaid Egeit end daughIteis, Andrea and Joyce, Mr. ond Mr?. Nat Fuiman, Mr. end IMrs. Ai LcZilo and children, Patricia and John, Mi. and Mis. A1V:.T Watron end Dr. and Mis. Robert Levin end son, Mork. Vivienoe Rosenthcl, ci 2485 SW 22nd Avenue, Miami, is [entertaining iriends, Mr. Sheldon Zv.eifJer. Erooklyn, New York, land Mr. Millet A. Louis,, Elrnont, Lcr.g Island, New Ycik. at the IRivieia Ccfccr.a Club. + The Cscecla Lake Inn, Kendeiscnville, North Caiolina, |v/elrc—ed the icilowing vacation anivals: Mr. end Mis. Ely Bchwartz, Mi. Joseph Sieeel, Mr. and Mrs. Hcivev Herman land daughter, Bonnie. Mi. and Mis. S;dney Mil'beig and %  children, Sharon and Melvin. Mi. and Mis. Leo Bock. Mi. and IMis. Are Mcloii. Mi. and Mis. Hemy Sternlie and Mr. end Mis. |nai:y D:cmond. Du.-.cioggan Inn, Hendeisonville, North Carolina, announces the iciicwing new vocation arrivals bom the Miami crea: IM:. and Mis. S. J. Spector. Mi. and Mis. Julius Spector. Dr. and Iran. J. S. Sperling. Mi. and Mis. Sidney Aionovitz and children. UJcire end Tod. Mr. and Mis. Al Wise. Mi. and Mis. S. J. BaskP T S J S6 P h Wei6£ Mfc and Mis. Geoige Goodiriench?. Mi. pod Mrs. Haiold Zeeman end daughlei. Roberta, and Mi. and n,i Marvin Mikles and daughtei. Peggy. y&mzn flUaLc £tudU> 'THE SCHOOL WITH THE MODERN APPROACH) F.e-Cpcns for the Season Prirate instruction for Children and Adults PIANO VIOLIN SIGHT-READING Miss Cohen Chooses Chnntillv Lace Gown In a double ring ceremony at the Trocodeio Restauiant on August 2nd. Miss Esther Cohen, -. ihc Chestertield Hotel, and daughter of Mrs. Sarah Cohen, New Milfo:d, Connecticut, and Kolni, Segcl Betrothal Told The engagement of thendaughter. Gail, to Mr. Donald Segel, Forest Hills, New York, is a r nounced by the bride-elect's —Aruiiiin c Mrs. Chester Weiner •the late Samuel Cohen, became the bride of Chester David Weiner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Weiner. 3746 Chase Avenue, Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiated. Best man was Leon Berg. Mrs. L. Gellis acted as matron ot honor. Ring bearer was David Cohen. The bride wore a power blue imported chantilly lace over satin b;.lkiina-length strapless gown with a f'tted jacket and long sleeves. Her shoulder length illusion veil was attached to a trired cap of matching lace ar.d satin. She carried an old fashioned bouquet of white orohids. The couple will make their home on Miami Bcarh. Journal Dance Held At West Miami Center The Third Annual Journal Dance of the West Miami Jewish Center is scheduled for August 30th. at the Center. The affair will culminate the publication of the Journal. Bernard Weiner is chairman of the program. —Bride "I Ui.Da) Photo Mrs. Phillip Eltlnger Claire Tudor Weds Phillip Ettinger Mr. and Mrs. Herman Tudor, of 1902 SW 7th Street. Miami, announce the marriage of their daughter. Claire Mae, to Private Ph:liip Ettinger. son of Mrs. Ethel Ettinger. Monticello, New York. The wedding ceremony was held last August 3rd. in the study of Rabbi Max Shapiro. Given in marriage by Mr. Nathan Tudor, {he bnde"s uncle, newlywed Mrs. Ettinger wore a dusty rose-colored suit with white accessories and white orchid corsage. Mrs. Tudor, 'her mother,' was attired in navy blue, with orchid corsage. Btst n.an was Mr. Sol Sherman. Miss Florence Tudor, the bride's sister, acted as [lower girl. The for.T.er Miss Tudor is a graduate of Miami Senior High School. Private Ettinger attended New York University prior to his current tour of duty with the United Stite Army. A reception at Jonesy*s Restaurant followed the wedding ceremony. After a wedding trip to Mexico, the couple will residi in San Antonio. Texas. Miss Cm! Kohn parents. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin S. Kohn. 48 Almeria. Coral Gables. ,:nd Washington. D.C. Miss Kohn attended the University Of Miami and Tempi-' University. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She is a member of Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority. Mr. Segel is a graduate of Pace Institute. The couple will be married on September 14th. West Miami Hayride The Sisterhood oi' the West Miami Jewish Center will hold a Hayride and Dance tomorrow evening. 8 p.m.. at Dawson stab les. 10201 Bird Road. Mrs. Pearl Teitler is in charge of reservations. PARKWAY Kosher 1255 S.W. 22nd St. Phone 9-0968 PHONE 5-4428 Pioneer Women Hold Party Pioneer Women. Club No. 2. will hold a Dinner and Card Partv on Sunday evening, August 24th. 6:30 p.m.. at the Kneseth Israel Congregation. Proceeds will be used for the Children's Home m Israel maintained by the Pioneer Women's Council here. Chairman of the affair is Mrs. Jacob Krar.tz, announced President Ida Jacobs. Roosevelt Women Hold Swim-Dance At Bombay The Eleanor Roosevelt Chapi ter, B'nai B's ith Women, will hold a Swim-Dance on Sunday. August 17th, 8 p.m.. at the Bombay Hotel, according to Mrs. David Dubov, membership chairman. WANTED Nice woman for companion, must be a capable drirer. A good home is provided. PHONE 86-2389 Publish Xt'ir Work Itn 0r. Wolf son MIAMI BEACH 'pops' 8th and Last Concert—Sun., Aug. 17th UDJT. ci Miami Summer Symphony John Bitter. CordueJcr BORIS GOLDOVSKY Pianist and Commentator in en Opera Evening Miami Bfech Auditorium Air-Condftione Ret. Tble Set $1 50 Unrcs. Sean 1.00 — We For Retervalioni Call l-'-J*7? Assign Sett man To Camp Pivhett Lieutenant Herbert Seltman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Seltran, 901 SW 23rd Avenue, Miami, has been assigned to the Medical Replacement Training Center at Camp Pickett, Virginjfl. The 1947 graduate of Miami High School received a BS degree from the Chicago College of Optometry in 1951. At MRTC, the Army's only rasic training center for medical enlisted men, Seltman will train recent inductees in the fundamentals of supporting patients in nospitals and troops in the field. Stops Laxatives regains youthful regularity "For thirty years. I took so many kinds of pills and laxatives to relieve constipation. Since I started eating ALL-BRAN every day, those troubles are over." says busy Bethany. Mo., woman. If you. too, suffer from irrenularity due to lack of dietary bulk, try toasty ALL-BRAN. It's helped thousands to regain youthful regularity. Rich in iron! high In cereal protein, provides essential B and D vitamins. Not habit-forming. Its the onlv type ready-to-eat cereal that supplies all the bulk you may need. Eat 2 cup every day: drink plenty of liquids. If you're not completely satisfied after 10 days, send empty carton to Kellogg's, Battle Creek. Mich., and get DOOTLE YOUR MONEY BACK! A recent addition to the exi panding number of works written by Dr. Abraham Wolfson is his book entitled. The Road To Health And Happier Living. Dr. Wolfson, who resides at 124 11th Street, Miami Beach, incorporates in his volume sec! tions on mental, physical and spinitual health. Long known \ here as the lounder and leader j I of the Spinoza Outdoor Forum. ; which meets weekly at his home, Dr. Wolfson is a noted vegetal, ian. Other of his works include. 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