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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VOLUME 25Number 34
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. AUGUST 22. 1952
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Local Leaders Join Israel Bond Cabinet
Here; Schedule Planning Meeting
tw, tv-three civic, business Philip Berkowitz, Sidney I. Bern-
baum, Sam Blank, Benjamin
Bronston, Jules P. Channing, Jos-
eph Cherner, Moe Feingold, Mrs.
Dorothy Kreiger Fink, Dr. Stan-
ley Frehling, Samuel Friedland.
Charles Fruchtman, Mrs. Harry
Gersten. Ben Giller, Isidore Gold-
berg, Dr. Morris Goodman, Emil
Gould, Leon Jacebs, Howard
Kane, Ben Klein, Abe Kurman,
Sam Lachman, Sidney Lefcourt,
Seymour B. Liebman, Joseph M.
Lipton, Dr. Robert Litowitz, Dr.
Louis Lytton, Baron de Hirsch
Meyer. Benjamin Meyers, Stan-
ley C. Myers. Charles Millman,
Max Orovitz, Louis Pritikin and
Theodore Pritikin. .
Others are Joseph Rose, Alex
Rubin, Dan B. Ruskin, Harold
Shapiro, Mrs. Joseph Shawmut,
Jacob Sher, Harry Simonhoff,
William D. Singer, Harry Sirkin,
Harry Sonz, Jack B. Spund, Dr.
Joseph M. Weidberg, Napthali
A. Weidberg, Carl Weinkle, Sam
Weissel and Mitchell Wolfson.
professional leaders of the
Create. Miami Jewish Commun-
itv at a luncheon meeting last
Friday held in the Biscayne Ter-
race Hotel, became charter mem-
bers of the 1952 campaign cabin-
et for the State of Israel Bond
nrive ." be formally launched in
September.
Invitations have been sent to
a number of additional commun-
it leaders to join the cabinet
and attend the first planning
meeting of the body scheduled
for M< "day night. August 25th,
8 pin.. in the Board Room of the
Great-. Miami Jewish Federa-
tion .
Max Orovitz, co-chairman pf
the B' nd Drive, said that plans
... ere being formulated to make
this year's campaign an intensive
one
Local leaders named to the
campaign tab.net include: Jack
Ablin. Sidney D. Ansin, R. Wil-
Apte, Mrs. David Bass.
Auerbach Commits
Suicide After Verdict
MUNICH (JTA) Jewish enterprises in Bavaria were closed
Monday during the funeral of Philip Auerbach, former head of the
Bavarian Restitution Office, who committed suicide after being
sentenced last Thursday by a German court which included three
ex-Nazi judges to 30 months' imprisonment for embezzlement of
restitution funds.
Liberal circles in Munich bility anj even justification of
Withdraw Official Status
From Jewish Agency
JERUSALEM (JTA) The bill conferring special status in
Israel upon the Jewish Agency was unexpectedly withdrawn from
the Kmsset this week by Premier-David Ben-Gurion after a sharply
amended version of the Government bill had been given its second
leading. ^^r.. ....
The Premier's action was taken after "Incidental voting on the
measure when it came up for its bill was described as a setback
second reading, ''radically chang-
ed the law." The changes, car-
ried by a vote of 31 to 27, at a
- ssion lrom which more than
1 alf the members of Parliament
were absent, had the effect of
changing the proposed status of
the Win Id Zionist Organization
and the Jewish Agency from that
if 'authorized agency" of the
Jewish people for the develop-
ment ar.d colonization of Israel
as specified in the Govern-
bill to that of "repre-
sentative organization of all the
Jewish people."
Th< Government text had been
arrived at in agreement between
Mi B" n Gurion and the Jewish
Age i y Executive. It was as-
sailed by Mapam spokesmen dur-
ing the debate on the second
reading as they demanded bet-
1 ; nditiona and greater freed-
om in Israel for the Zionist Or-
ganization. Amendment of the
was described as a
for the Premier. The future of
the status bill was under Cabinet
discussion this week and it was
expected that the measure would
be re-introduced shortly by the
Government.
Withdrawal of the measure
was a move unprecedented in Is-
rael's brief parliamentary his-
tory. The Knesset's Home Com-
mittee announced however that
the Government action was legal
from the viewpoint of parliamen-
tary procedure which provides
that "the government is entitled
to withdraw any bill introduced
by them at whatever stage of
deliberations."
The Government's action in
withdrawing the bill was approv-
ed by Davar, organ of the Hista-
drut, which warned that a stat-
us for the World Zionist Organ-
ization making it representative
of "all the Jewish people" would
cause difficulties.
David Zvi Pinka* Sufcumbs To Heart
Attack At 57: Dies In Hotel Room
TEL AVIV (JTA) Members
blamed the American occupatior.
authorities for Auerbach's suicide. [
They pointed out that the occu-
pation authorities were responsi-
ble for his appointment to the
post of Restitution Commissioner
and that his tr.al should have
been conducted in camera before
an Allied court and not before a
German court.
Other circles here pointed out
that Auerbach tried to secure at !
least some restitution to victims
of Nazism at a time when Ger-
man authorities were doing their ,
best to reduce restitution to a
minimum and postpone it as long
as possible. Some emphasized that
it was an "utterly unintelligible
mistake" to appoint a court com-
posed of former members of the
Nazi Party to try a Jew who was
a former inmate of a Nazi con-
centration camp.
Prior to his suicide, Auerbach
had announced that he would ap-
peal his conviction for misappro-
priation and other charges, as
well as the court sentence.
He tremed the verdict "a sec-
ond Dreyfus verdict, a terror
verdict like those handed down
in Communist East Germany."
Rabbi Aaron Ohrenstein. who
was convicted with Auerbach
and sentenced to one years im-
prisonment, charged that the ver-
dict showed "discrimination a-
gainst Jewry."
Motions for a new trial made
by Joseph Klibansky, defer.se
counsel, were rejected by the
court which the defense accused
of prejudice.
Auerbach, former concentra-
tion camp inmate, was removed
as director of the Bavarian resti-
tution office and arrested more
than a years ago, on charges in-
cluding misappropriation, fraud
and bribery.
The Auerbach trial in Munich
"lit up as with a searchlight, the
sad hatreds which have been
seething there during the seven
post-war years." the Manchester
Guardian said in an editorial on
the trial, it was reported from
London. It declared that while
the technical charges against
Auerbach might have been jur-
idically proved and legal justice
done, there was question as to
"the moral and politi-al advisa-
.his trial"
Auerbach, the editorial noted,
had been charged with "err.bez-
blemert, blackmail, accepting
bribes and attempted submission
of false statements." The paper
said that "few of those who lived
t.-.rough the 'sauve qui peut' an-
archy c postwar Germany
whether Allied troops. Germans
or victims of ths Germanswere
.'.- gai Ltiass >f one or other
of these offenses in either a good
or bad cause."
It point" i out that 21 of Auer-
bach's relatives nad been slain
by the Nazis, that Auerbach him- j
self was a lifelong invalid as a '
result of Nazi persecutions and |
that he had already spent 141
mirths in prison awaiting trial. '
Yet, it said. Auerbach. according
to the testimony of German of-
li.ials, "displayed drive and en-
ergy enough on behalf of his own
tormented people to enable 80,-
000 of them to emigrate and start
new lives and he had saved the
restitution funds of Bavaria
from being dissipated through de-
valuation, in the currency re-
form."
The pjper declared that "the
tone and setting of the Auerbach
trial seem to have. been even
more questionable than the fact
of its being held. A'Free Demo-
cratic member of the Bavarian
Parliament declared that it was
disgraceful' that former Nazis
should try a Jew ar.d compared
the presiding judge's conduct to
that of Preisler, a notorious
judge of Hitler's People Court.
In spite of Jewish protests, the
proceedings were started during
Passover.
"Whatever the ottenses of the
convicted man," the editorial de-
clared, "the reemergence in epi-
sodes such as those of the past
which Germany has still to expi-
ate is making a disquieting im-
pression on the outside world.
Auschwitz ar.d Belson are not so
far awav that the German load-
ers have the right to forget them
when decidirg who.v. they may
sit in judgment upon and how
they will do it. And many rec-
ent incidents in Bavaria suggest
the old anti-Semitic past out of
which Hitlerism arose is not dead
after all."
*****
Restitution Office
Resumes Activity
MUNICH (JTA) The Bavar-
ian State Restitution office,
which was not operating during
the several months when the
Auerbach trial took place, Mon-
day announced the resumption of
its work.
There are some 121),000 resti-
tution and indemnification claims
awaiting settlement by this of-
fice, it was revealed here. At
the same time, it was also re-
ported than an agreement was
reached between the Jewish Res-
titution Successor Organization
and the Jewish Community of
Munich u-.der which the com-
.T unity is to receive about 1.000,-
; 000 marks worth of former Jew-
i ish communal and heirless prop-
| erty.
Meanwhile. Anti-Semitic leaf-
lets bearing Nazi swastikas were
distributed in southern Bavaria,
I calling on the Germans "to re-
member" the Nazi war crimin-
I als sentenced to death by the
I Allies.
C
of the government headed by
A President Josef Sprinzak
and Premier David Ben-Gurion
led t! ir countrymen this week
1 ing last tribute to David
Zvi Pinkas, Minister of Commun-
ications, who died suddenly at
: 57, from a heart ail-
ment.
Mr. Pinkas died in his room at
David Hotel, Jerusalem,
ourse 'if the night. His
discovered when
appear for a conference
n eml era ol the i ab-
had been suffering from
condition tor several
death w;iS the second
' e Israel Cabinet within
veeks, following that of
.'render Bliezer Kaplan.
in.' body lay in state in Tel
v. in the former Parliment
u,Wn g, with an honor guard
P" anting the Israel defense
""'- rhe funeral procession led
v members Of the Cabinet,
Wind through the streets of the
J'y. stopping before the home of
jn- dec-ased statesman and again
WhEh k hl Gl?at Synagogue of
nich he had been president. In-
Di put
A\ ,
tornmer.t was in the Old Ceme-
tery near the tomb of his parents.
David Zvi Pinkas was born in
Hungary, educated in Vienna and
came to Palestine in 1925. A
banker by profession, he was
managir.g director of the Miz-
rachi Bank and chairman of the
finance committee in the first
Knesset. He was a leading figure
in the Mizrachi movement.
Tributes to Mr. Pinkas were i
voiced by Jewish leaders and or- .
sanitations in all countries. (The
Times of London said he was
, "far and awav the most able and
In conciliatory member of the Ortho-
dox bloc in the Knesset, and it
may be hard to find a cabinet
Mic-cissor Mining the remaining
members who would be accept-
able to Mr. Ben-Gurion and his
Mapai Party.)
Premier Ben-Gurion tempor-
ally assumed responsibilities of
the ministry left vacant by Mr. (
Pinkas' death as discussions be-
gan over designation of a sue- ;
ceaaor. Mizrachi leaders it was (
reported, would have liked to,
name Dr. Aaron Barth. also a
banker, whose appointment |
would be welcomed in wide cir- |
tries but the state of Dr Barth s j
health was said to preclude his I
acceptance of the arduous post.
ommies
Flay US
VIENNA (JTA) The Com-
munist organ. Folkstimme. last
week assailed the United States
position on the Nazi amnesty
laws. It asserted that the Unit-
ed States objected to the amnesty
not out of anti-Fascism but be-
cause it wants to keep a weapon
to use against "former Nazis wh >
refuse to jump on the American
bandwagon."
American concern over the in-
demnification laws, the paper
said, was colored by the Ameri-
can desire to protect "the prop-
erty of Rothschild and those
former Austrian capitalists who
are now Americans."
An explanation of the Ameri-
can stand was offered the Aus-
trian public by the US-sponsored
Vienna daily. Viener Kurier,
which said that the .issue trans-'
cended the local scene and had
a direct bearing on Austria's re-
lations with other governments.
The paper said that recently a-
dopted amnesty legislation would
in practice grant relief to ex-
Nazis without extending compar-
able aid to their victims.
Although the American Gov-
ernment has expressed concern
over the general tenor of this
amnesty legislation, it by no
means opposes an amnesty as
>.i h. the article stated, addin?
that it merely opposed one that
would again victimize the vic-
tims of Nazism. Americans look
on Austria not as :> ex-Nazi
nation but as one that was a
victim of the external N
plagu,-. the paper declared-
It agreed with the Idea ;|
Nar.i amnesty but demanded :t
as a space, with i ir-
cumspect deli unit inn and Cl :-
tainly rot before the pledges (
restitution of those whom they
despoiled here have been made
Key American Jewish leaders are members of the newly-appointed j good The paper also wished
Planning Commission for the Israel Bond Drive, which is leaving "good riddance to all those
for Israel this week to survey the country's economic needs and Nazis who might move over to
to confer with Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion and other Gov- the Comn urist camp as the re-
eminent officials. Ltading members-of the delegation are (left I suit of not having given full ac-
to right) Julian B. Venetky, chairman of the Executive Cpmmit- commodations at once. It added
tee* Rudolf G. Sonneborn, president; and Henry Monlor. vice I that surelv men who have the
president of the Israel Bond Drive. Upon its return *o the Uni*ed I welfare of the great mass at heart
States, the Planning Commission will report on Us findings in will never let themselves be mis-
Israel to the second National Economic Conference for Israel, to I led by the attempted blackmail
be held in Atlantic City, September 12th through 14th. of a few."
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United Synagogue Youth Leaders' Group
To Meet Here Beginning Sunday Evening
fernnecrs from local and out- l Swim-Party at the Town and
i conservative congrega-
tes are expected at the South-
ern Regional Leaders Tra.n-
' nHnstitutl of the United Syna-
'"V Youth set to take place in
giami Brach on Sunday, August
uih through 27th.
According to Bert Sher, Miami,
L,ho is in charge of local ar-
*ngenunts. some 200 youngsters,
I "Jed 15 and 16, from Florida,
Gwrgia and Alabama, are ex-
., lU,l at the Institute which will
have headquarters in the San
luan hotel. Most sessions and
meals will be hcld in the MiamI
Beach Jewish Center.
Host< will be the youth groups
of local congregations, many of
which arc sponsored by Sister-
hoods here.
A three-day program of sem-
inars and workshops has been
arranged for the youngsters by
Rabbi Max Shapiro, of Beth Dav-
id Connrcgation. Jerome Gordon,
Beth David education director,
and Saul Rabin, education direc-
tor Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Beach Cabana Club. An inform-
al buffet supper and dance will
take place Tuesday evening at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center.
This
ill include talks by
Call Dr. Webman
To Active MButy
Dr. Harold Webman, Florida
dentist, has been called to active
duty with the Navy.
A past president of the Palm
Beach County Zionist Organiza-
tion, Dr. Webman is also prom-
inent in local B'nai B'rith circles
and was guest of honor at a rec-
ent meeting of Palm Beach'Lodge
No. 1146.
Dr. Webman served with the
Army as a pharmacist during
World War II. Following his dis-
charge, he returned to school,
j where he subsequently received
his Dental Surgery degree.
Currently on tour with the
Naval Reserve, Dr. Webman re-
sides with his wife and two sons
in West Palm Beach.
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Our UN Newsletter
By ARTHUR LEWIS
(Copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
Mrs. Milton Sirkin
Yiddish Hour Lists
New Radio Feature
Morris Nasatir, director of the
Yiddish Classical Hour, announc-
es the scheduled programming of
a new feature entitled, Fifty
Years In The Jewish Theater.
Connected for some 45 years
with the theater as playwright,
prompter and manager, Nasatir
said the new feature will in-
clude biographies of such stars
as Jacob Adler. David Krssler
and Bertha Kalish.
, Nasatir also indicated that he
| still unimportant, remains a tec- wilI r(V,w thl, Hves df drama-
tor to be watched." John J. Mc- I tists and composers, among them,
\ Cloy, former American High Abraham Goldtadden, Jacob Gor-
McCloy Urges
Vigil Of Nazis
WASHINGTON (JTAi "The
iico-Nari movement in Germany,
Commissioner for Germany, said
in his fir.al report made public
here this week.
The report also attached im-
din. Lei in Kobrin, Joseph Rum-
shinsky, Sholom Secunda and Al-
exander OlshaneUko.
Trie' program will supersede
the Yiddish Classical Hour's cur-
Bert Shet
nti r workers and edu-
\ : | Mire speakers
. i Tenenbaum, Savan-
ch irman of the
:. an-i Rab! i i stically.
A. Tofield, Jacksonville, '
. i forts thi mth I--.-. !
portance to the fact that a large rent feature, A Child Is Born.
I public me. ting on the theme of as Soon as it is concluded,
reconciliation with the Jews was
. hcld last February in Berlin un-
j der the joint auspices of the Con-
gress for Cultural Freedom and
the Society for Christian-Jewish.
Cooperation.
"Prominent speakers, repre-
senting all three major West
Berlin parties, gave clear State-
ments ot the nei d for Germany
to repudiate Nazi persecutions
of the Jews and clear its consci-
ence of these ads by linking
ami nds as wi re possi' 1 ."
the report said. "The qual I
the speeches was unusually high
c public responded enthus-
i o nei 'i tor the
-Y group largely cami clatter of trol No1
a single trolley in Israi I.
y p lent Char- Instead, Israelis traveling i
imbus, Geoi ia, will ,v 1" settlements ire seven-pas-
;, i g( r taxis, buses and the I
, vi i ts' for the boys and i Railway. New, speedy rail t.ans-
Mi
nairani be Portation to outlying sections of
Mit'.", K,rk ." "'untry wi sured with
Hh of Mi i the completion of i ew connecting
n t e en- !links- A lal'Si' amount of the funds
Hill k being used in expanding vital
Rogers, both
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nt schedule will be .
evening Barbecue and transportation facilities ar
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of Israel onds.
e de-
State
UNITED NATIONS The fact that Iran should be "on the list
of items with which the Security Council is "seized," as the term
goes here, is considered ironical in the light of what is happening
now.
Such a "seizure" is not the result of the Anglo-Iranian oil
dispute, as might have been 'bought. That issue did not even
get on the Council's agenda owing to the insistence of the
Persian Premier, Mossadegh, that it was a domestic and not
an international affair, and the split in Anglo-American policy.
It is a hangover of the firs? case to be brought before the
Security Council, the complaint of Iran that the Soviet Union
would not evacuate its troops from Iranian territory after the
war.
What with the nationalists and the Tudeh Communists joining
hands, and the collapse of the Western position generally in Iran,
some Americans here are gloomily predicting that the Persian King-
dom will become a satrap of the Soviet Union, just as the Central
Asian kingdoms of Bokhara, Azerbaijan and Georgia become satraps
of the old Russian Empire. How could this be brought about without
a violent clash between the Great Powers which is so much feared
at the United Nations? It would seem that the centre of international
gravity, in both senses of the word, has shifted from the hills of
Korea and the streets of Berlin to the poverty stricken, oil rich
country of Iran.
In the view of many here. Premier Mossadegh has already
taken the first step in naming the fanatical Mullah Seyed Kash-
ani, speaker of the Maylis or parliament. It was Kashani who
sent his nationalist followers to fight alongside the Tudeh Com-
munists to overthrow the short-lived governor of the pro-
Western Premier. Ahmed Quavain. The next step would be for
Premier Mossadegh to legalize the Tudah Party, which is still
technically banned, and accept Communists into his government.
Then. Iran would be well on the way to becoming e "satrap" of
the Soviet Union. Of course, this may not happen. It is certainly
true to say that Premier Mossadegh is no Red. However, the
force of circumstances may drive him into the arms of the
waiting Russians. Already, there is talk in Teheran of selling
oil to the Soviet Union and of making an oil deal with the
Russians.
While not accepting defeat, the America) s here are not fooling
themselves they i xpect that then military advisers will have t
leavi Iran when their contracts expire in October. There I &\
been d mands in the Mayli that th Americans should go.
Although disagreeing with the slubtorness of the British
stand over Iran, the Americans had accepted it in the irierests
of unity, but the turn of events no* have put Ihtem in the
position of being able to say: "I told you so." Fqr once, the
Americans have shown themselves to be much more realir:ic
over an international issue than the British. The British were
about as pig-headed and short-sighted as they have been mag-
nanimous and far-sighted on other issues, such as granting inde-
pendence to India End Burma. While the Americans wanted to
make a deal, 'he British refused to do so. saying that the Iranian
nationalists would come to their senses when they found they
could not sell any oil. They shuld have realized that fanatics
never come to their senses they only become more fanatical.
One result of the present mess in Iran, as well as in Egypt, i
to raisi Isra 1 in the opinion of Western diplomats here. Thin' is n
trouble there, no riots, no coup d'etats, despite the diffic
through which the country is passing. Israel stands oul of the Middl.
El st as a place to invest in both financially and military.
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Itonil l4*:idrs Leave For Israel North Dade Holds
Blood Donor Affair
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Arrw ri< in I
I nit. d States. The
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Xazi Made Honorary I'rosich'n.
: .WNS) Cornier Nazi Field Marshall Von K< sel-
sentenced to life imprisonment, has been informed
c; ::nan military organization, Stahlhelm, which has a
I ol 134,000. has chosen him as its life-long honorary
, it The organization, it is said, is now gathering signatures
n to free Von Kesselring.
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Makes Stand On Arms Aoqnisiiion
* vV-.-HINCGTON (JTA) A spokesman for the Israel Embassy
Iexpressed "appreciation and satisfaction" this week at the announce-
im.n: 'State Department that Israel is now eligible to receive
PS q ient aid in acquiring arms in this country. The spokes-
... |ded that the agreement covered reimbursiblc aid and that
israel is enc mraged "by this important development to hope for
le attention to its request, which is still pending, for mili-
larv i I under Section 202 of the Mutual Security Program."
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Parliament AdoptN Law On Deposits
IRUSALEM (JTA) The Israel Parliament this week adopt-
ed in final reading the compulsory loan bill which gives the Fi-
nanci Minister the right to ask banks for information on deposits.
1) / Naftail, Minister for Economic Coordination, told the
Council that controls on foreign exchange would
, mtrola to be lifted. The government, he said, was con-
slant] ir tl g for way and means to make (Controls more effici-
fiel la in which they n ust be continued.
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Optimistic Over Israrl 3n\estmentfl
"ON (JTA) Mutual Security Administration auth-
istic over the prospects of new American Invest-
I as a result of encouraging reactions to foreign in-
intee programs similar to the new America-Israi I
Mutual Security Administration staff here-is pre-
I le inquirn s from business men who are expected to
n on the new guarantees extended to encourage
stment in Isra< 1.
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fl; ng al ve Mount Ca i Hi d<
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served aft< i &< >natioi .
He also said that hal
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I aimed forces, with the remainder
j being credited to the Center's
i Blood Bank.
Ben-Gurion Airs
East Powder Keg
; Weiland Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Jonas
Weiland, formerly of 1515 Cleve-
land Road, Biscayne Point, will
take place Sunday, August 24th
at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, at 1 p.m.
Mr. Weiland, who died in an
airplane crash on August 23rd,
1951, was the owner of Station
WINZ. He is survived by his
wife, Lenore; three children. Mer-
edith, Jonas, Jr., and Fern, his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
Weiland, of Hollywood, Fla., and
one sister. Arrangements are in
charge of Thurmord*s Monument
Company. Friends and relatives
are asked to attend.
Shklair Receives
Phn Tod Mr. Irving L. Shklair, of 911
Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach.
will rec< ive ,. Doctor ol Philos-
ophy degree today at the Michi-
gan state C "' mer.cement
ex< n ises. Some 4H7 students are
sc i duled i reci ive dej rees, a-
n i ng thi m 24 ai idates for the
PhD.
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I the rei >n.' rhis he
emphasizi manda Israel's ut-
termost preparedness.
At the same time. Mr. Ben-
Gurion stretched out a hand of
peace to Egypt ar.d declared that
there is no reason for any conflict
between the two countries.
"There is no territorial quarrel
, between Israel and Egypt On the
contrary, peace between the two
countries would help Egypt to
j strengthen its international stat-
; us."
Israel. Premier Ben-Gurion
Stressed, is not hostile to Egypt
because of ancient times or even
because of its recent invasion.
"We did not dream of attacking
Egypt when the former regime
trembled, and the new regime
; was not settled as yet." he said.
I "We greet Egypt as far as her
I present government strives for
I peace. However, nobody can yet
toretell whether the Egyptian, re-
gime now is for peace or tor war.
We must, therefore, be prepared,
alert and wise."
With regard to Sj I .. t
Premier pointed e.ut that the Sy-
rian miutarv dictator Oe
I iel,
escaped
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:. !. .. such thieats can
I rec >ni iled with Syria's belong-
ing to the United Nations, but
from our defense viewpoint, wa
ft. ust rely only upon ourselves
ar.d not on external forces," he
declared.
Mr. Ben-Gurion delivered his
address in support of a govern-
mert bill requesting that military
service for Israelis be increased
from 24 months to a 30-month,
period. He called vigorously for
"relentless preparedness" empha-
sizing that Israel's enemies "did
not sit idly during the last four
years and were preparing them-
selves" against the Jewish state.
'There is no doubt," he said,
"that mere are many among the
Arabs who desire peace with Is-
rael. But their voice is seldom
heard. Most nations of the world
are interested in peace between
Israel and the Arab countries;
nevertheless there is no peac?.
Tne situation in the neighboring
countries does mt forecast sta-
bility and peace. The contrary is
true. 1 tr.e entire Middle East
only Turkey and Israel are sta-
bilized," nted out.
Gables Sisterhood Party
flying above Mount Cam He di i ,
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N I t Tru '
ess tl Jewish Welfa B
tion for Gi ce which
in or Ort ber I7th. He told this to JWB le
Wi. le Hi u e. Sam Gershovitz, JWB executivi
t,.reported thai le Pn I dd he wi tuld be vej>
it the invitation, provided his commitments "as i
; of the Democratic Partj in j ilecl n i I ivitj
lim to do so

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try Club, the Greater M!
irby Washington, D.C.. who were themselves doing
n work. Police are now investigating.
Jews Dismissed From Oil Rtefinerv
ONDON (WNS) According to a dispatch received here
. Yugoslavia, all Jewish engineers and officials who
: the Rumanian oil refineries of PloestJ have been
their posts. The report states that Russian oil spec-
Baku and other Soviet oil centers have taken their
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EM (JTA) Minister of Interior Mosl.e Shapiro told
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' week that the Israel Government will continue its
r igarding those persons desiring to leave Israel perm-
- ng as defense and treasury regulations arc not af-
piro said, the government will freely issue exist
I s. He added that Israeli passports are ready and
tied to passport, and desiring it, can get one soon.
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Praises Israel's I alholir Treatment
3 AIRES (JTA) The Catholic situation in Israel is
n certain Christian countries, Gustavo J. Franceschi. de-
I 'Uowing his return from a visit to the Jewish State.
- hi quoted statements of Catholic dignitaries in 18*-
he normal Christian religious life there. "The existing
hurdles function in the freest manner, without any private
l_ ferer.oai in their internal existence," he stated.
Badassah Inherits Russian Bequests
N FRANCISCO (JTA) The Bank of America this week.
a check for $17,726 to the San Jose chapter of Hadassah.
,' discharged the testamentary wish of the late Alter
1 the residue of his estate be used "to help the Jewish
'"' 1 rty percent of his estate went to relatives in this area.
j to a sister and her two children in Russia, all of whom
lied during the war, were claimed by the Soviet authorities,
. sir claim was dismissed by the court which approved the
.. '"^commendation, as trustee, to turn the residue of the estate
'" :_ Hadassah.
Dr. Gtorge Graham, pn
elect; Dr. ArtWur Sokoloff, tn .-
un-r: Dr. Mel Beck*'!-, secretary:
and Dr. Max Tendrich, editor and
histoi iart.
Anangements were also
at that time for Dr. Harry Jolley.
national president of Toronto.
Canada, to aidrcss the socii ty
on i >ctol er 25th, in Miami.
Alniia Omega is B National
Jewish Fraternity having as its
aims fraternalism, Judaism and
professionalise.:. With an erroll-
ment of some 8.000 nu tnbers
the National Fraternity recently
gave 525,000 to Brandeis V:
sity to set up a biological !abora-
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PAGE 7
Israeli Newsletter
By AD/v OREN
(Copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegrap.iic Agency, Inc.)
[tEL AVIV A countrywide
LI on public Sabbath observ-
l~ is barred by the status quo
t ccn.ent between the religious
Kcs and the Mapa.. Local
foMnfi and traffic regulations
,:'. in formulation and enforce-
ent according to the weight ai-
rbed t" the votes of religious
Kllors in the coalitions gov-
iin.ng most townships in Israel
I The fact that the employment
In official rest days, must have
[hc formal authorization of a sec-
ular Minister of Labor greatly
tks the Orthodox, since they sus-
L,.t secular administration. Their
KfuYal to accord formal dispen-
Otions to workers on such shifts
l,oses much public employment ,
TSteervant persons. The Ortho- j
,v object even to the holding
rf public meetings on the Sab-,
dtl. off.-nng as the single solu-
( additional full or half-
I h po\: wfck- m
J Cinem i "nd theatre perform-
Lnces nn Sabbaths and Jewish
i are out of the question
., of Israel. As a result
H duet in some rural
.',,,. servant settlements will
'r,,, j re the use of open-air
I ilh secular neighbors.
I zoos and the like are
I ible on work-free days
I did not prepare tick-
|,,s n Ivance. Closed altogether
I libraries and some
Istadiun -
Then are frequent demonstia-
Itions against too early opening
I .Hues on the short Sat-
nights in summer and the
Itoo late termination of public
j n short winter Fridays,
when proper Sabbath observance
would require work to stop much
Uailiei than is economically feas-
ible. Fire has been set to more
than one vehicle, station and
cafe used on the Sabbath. Some-
interference is offered ev-
[en to fire-fighting and water
I main repair teams. -
Mail is not accepted, and even
telegrams are not delivered on
official holidays and Sabbaths.
Ships, airlines and railways have
I to cut 20 percent of \heir effeet-
tive .pirating time so as not
even t" enter any station or port
rn sue a maintenance. A right
interpretation of Sabbath work
regulations on roads and on JNF
land used by most settlements is
impracticable if cities are not to
be without fresh food for nearly
half of each week. On the Sab-
bath there is no Jewish-owned
bus service except in the Haifa
district, where some bus routes
survived the exodus of the Brit-
ish.
A special target of the observ-
ant are the cabs running a regu-
lar Sabbath service along some
urban and interurban routes.
They are the only form of trans-
portation for anyone wishing to
visit distant relatives or to go
bathing, for example. Recently,
the Mizrachi Minister of Com-
munications found himself con-
strained to scold Isnlj.-l's cab
drivers as irresponsible and to
threaten punishment when all
cab owners chose as weekly rest-
days, under new fuel saving
measures, Friday and Saturday
-* a combination on which they
lose one night less than other-
wise and which left most of Is-
rael temporarily without motor-
ized vehicles except for ambu-
lances. The cabbies who subse-
quently re-registered for Sab-
bath duty now face a boycott on
the part of ultra-observant in-
habitants of Jerusalem.
Roadblocks to bar traffic are ,
regularly erected across some of |
Jerusalem's streets, and police
I and troops arc sometimes attack-
ed when removing them. Foreign
'diplomats' cars, which must pass
; this area to cross to the Old City,
at first found themselves in the
same boat but have since been
accorded immunity. The forcible
removal of Sabbath zealots by
the police sometimes results in
apologies by the responsible Min-
ister in the Knesseth; elsewhere,
police may have to protect Or-
thodox demonstrators against as-
sault by those who wish to trav-
el. The town of Bnei Braq, near
Tel Aviv, where crowds some-
times assailed cabs on even emer-
gency errands, now linances a
""volunteer" guard to ban un-
necessary Sabbath traffic within
its limits. And a Jerusalem city
councillor demanded withholding
of public funds for the paving
of roads which cannot be closed
Ion the Sabbath.
After the closing "f all tilling
stations in the Tel Aviv district,
affecting half a million people,
proved ineffective against Sab-
bath pleasure riding, the new
fuel saving regulations forced all
private^cars, as well as the lorries
used in rural areas for passenger
j transportation, off the roads on
( Sabbath. The Orthodox will have
to sacrifice the organization of
the very popular mass pilgrim-
ages to Jerusalem on the three
| main holidays and probably also
j to Meron in Upper Galilee on the
national religious festival of Lag
B'Omar, which this year drew
an estimated 50,000 worshippers
and sightseers.
Although non-Jews are free to
observe their own holidays and
to choose rest days for their ve-
hicles without any limitation, the
stoppage of almost all Jewish-
owned and all state-owned traffic
greatly affects their ability even
to work and send their children
to their own schools on the Jew-
ish Sabbath.
Obituaries
ABRAHAM MKI.K'H
.",3. nf 'in kiicnitfan A.yenue, Miami
Beach, iiii'il in a local hospital >
August nth. a resldsnl here for the
pant five years, 1- is survived by his
wife, Rath, ins mother, Esther, two
daughters, Annette and Barbara, and
one brother, Bdward. Services were
on August nth, with Italilil Mo ei
Mt'Si'hu'loff offli'latlng at the Miami
Beach Riverside Chapel. Interment
was on Mount sinai Cemetery.
While baseball and football are
top drawers on the US sports
scene, it's basketball and socger
that pack them in at arenas, Us-
ually open air stadiums, in Israel.
Sports products for Israeli recrea-
tion will be turned out in the near
future at the State of Israel
Bond-aided rubber factory at
Haogen, near Haifa.
MAX HI.AKKIl
60. of lilt Budld Avenue, died in a
local hospital on August IMh. He
ix survived by his wife, Rose, and
three daughters, Mrs. Lillian Arm,
Mrs. Ruth Soberer and Miss Prances
Blazer. Itemalns were sent to Bridge-
port, Connecticut tor services and
Interment by the Miami Beach River-
side.
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the existing procedure for con-
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I comply with the agreement
1 reached between them and Pie-
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The House Committee of the
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Professor Ben Zion Dinabuig.
Minister of Education, to explain
why he decided to transform the
General Zionist Teachers Semin-
ary in Jerusalem into a govern-
ment seminary with "government
trend." The religious groups see
in this action the danger of
changing the present trends in
the education system in the coun-
try.
Resolutions condemning the
Government's reported intention
to propose a national school sys-
tem and calling for continuation
of the present system of educa-
tion by "trends." were adopted
here at a country-wide confer-
ence of the Mizrachi, the Relig-
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Mule Kagln, Mrs. Annie Outterman
and Miss Sarah Qoldotsky. Services
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Tuchman, Mrs Raymond Buyon, Miss
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Jmist fkridian
FRIDAY. AUGUST
* csbttictlu s leiakhts
HELEN ALFERT
Hckn Alpert Rests Following Surgery
M Hi I A r :' v
. rs. returned 1
t Mourt Sma: Hospiti -
. ....:--- .--:
". 1951
Kahn, Levin Wed In Folkston, Geoi
Groom Is President Of Chemical c<
Planning to make their home
ind Mrs. Rob-
:.. in, who uried
gia, "n July
26th. 'I image 6t the lorm-
- Juanita Kahn was an-
I.-. | er mother, Mrs.
: H llvw.od, Flor-
Mi Levii is president of the
Si lard Chemical Company
ind affiliated with the Tn-
; Products Company. The
Mi and Mrs Isaac Levin.
5800 NE 6th Court, he is a grad-
: e i;. orgia Institute of
he was a
.-r.e.-i.b : Phi Epsilon Pi. social
I ;:ty. and Omicron Delta
Kappa. Bull log Club and Phi
Eta Sigma, honoraries. He is
row taking courses towards a
! gree at the University
of Mia
The tride. who is a student of
voice, will also continue her aca- j
work Mrs. Levin is a
i scholarship student with
ick Trull, of Chicago, and
attended Northwestern and Wis- <
consin Universities.
hi...
mparrj
Mts. Robert L>
DdkatiOc :: l ;.ir.e t: M:.:: Sir.si Hospija! frcrr the
:r::.fri F:e N_r r. Merrcry :i Meyer Te.drr.aT., Ir.c. acCOHV
pzr.-t-z the p.-es*r.:i:;c = :r:s wt*k cf a $3 00C gi!' frcrr. the grcup
:c the r.z-z.-i. rT Mrs. T:..:e L. Scfawarti :.-. group's founder
lad pre-i.zer: Sheva tr-cre czztz:.r.z :r.e cram frcrr. Mrs.
Schwartl .= Sarr.-e: S^rrrer. iwratiw alrtctos cf Mount Sirai.
-ie '*'.: Mas Crcv:-i rreiider.: cf :.-.e E^irc zi Trustees. ar.d
I: Morril Goods = imrnrm :: :.-.e E:=r: Icrk ml Appearing
cr. the plaque are ti following Bami ol tbi :f::cers cf the Pec-
f = Tree Nurse: The Mesii.-r.es Scfewartl founder ar.d president:
Charles H Radetsky .;: v.re presideBl: J. 3. Staupper. Zr.d vice
president Micha*: :-;:e:.-. :.-= nee president; QUi M. Schwartz.
treasure* ir.t '..r ir.z.i. s*rre-.sry: Benjamin Epste.r. ccrresccr.c-
..- = ierr;:ery Jester. Ec.xr s;r. = : secretary; Lcuis M. Wolk.
aeabership chairman: Ear.il Greccberg WUHana c. Barart and
."c:^ B. Friedman honorary v:ce presidents: ore Benjamin Ber-
:- Bert.-.a Z. feidman s.-.c Estei: Froedman. bororsry p.-esi-
dents. Mrs. :- -:: who bow reside! here with her daughter,
rv = :r.re -ace the preser.;a::cr. .r. memory z'. her husband. Lcuis
:.- rarts
stein, Ltvine
On Honeymoon
l .- Cantor :
1 -:':
H'tei w:t
"' i Jean Levjcc
r B
' Rraduati ::... Uni n
'..-.; \ -.r. :.:. Bom-
u.: Te
\. -' :': '" York.
Borostei: attended B
h- C.llege
Iht weddmj I : place -.
3rd
Junior Hadassah To
Hold Dance Sunday
.
I. :.
-
Kiss
1-
Brer
Jane
P.-
:
lg.
mi Beac: ;.-..
-. r a Su-ti
-: evenu i ..
it the Surfa
'.'r.h:z: :i ir:
Helga Bi.rr
chapter. Othe;
men ..-. ludt
aer, icvitat: m
'.'. .-
'.eedi are -
- Shefeyah Ch
Israel exclu .
; Jur.ior Hcz = :
Had
Dance on
. 24th, &
-'.- H tel
ent '.
Miss Ruth
and Miss
:.'
: for the
'; Vil-
. -;; "-
Tri Beta Council
Plans Dinner-Dance
And Fashion Show
T: Beta Coui t.-e co-
: ireater Miami
-" '' '' unity Center, will
presert l Second Annual Chow
Mi Dmnei Dance and Fashion
Shov Sui evening, Sep-
" :'' fct the Tows Branch.
45'' =-.v th Avenue.
A k Eher-sjyle Crow Mem
dinnei .. i served between
c i( and : zr. p ::.. Highlighting
" ninj -...:!! bt a fashion
-" ;-; sup< rvision of a
leading : .-< staged by Edith
Applebaum a.-.:-, featuring mem-
bers : th< 7:: Etu. Council as
mc-se).'
Th.e.-.e ; thi fashi n show will
be Back Tc Shoo] fashions. Ot.-.-
t: attractions of the prcg.-arr. in-
M Typical Teen con-
tesi Cr.i.::rr. ol the affair is
Fro.T.i Bl :k
Skor, Pearlman
Reside In Chicago
Mrs. Helen L. I (Miami
Beach at s. an-
nounces tl ..: f :
dter Miss I bars Jear
to Mr. Robert D. Peat
TT. -. Sat-
' mi I4i t the B
St: tford Hot
'. h o attended
in M : h and Chi-
- is att< ndi : Mrs. Mil-
' M nku tron : honor.
' as Miss Edith
Others in attendance
wen Misa D ane s tram and
.':.- Be:.-fcrd Berdiner, of Chi-
cago, and Miss Vickie-Ellen Her-
:; an : Miami Beach.
-- an, son i '. Mr. and
Mrs Louis Pearlman. Chicago,
ia c graduate of the University
of Illinois.
'. newly weds are residing in
Chicago, following a honeymoon
t:ip to the East.
Education Bureau
Meets On Sunday
The first meeting
newlv
Jack Abbott Speaks
At B'nai B'rith Lunch
Jack Abbott att and past
' lent of t Florida State
I II'r B'ritl :; be
"' '-' Wl J .; .. ;
' '-' Bead lodge
' 1 B'nai B':i1
--' 26tl 12:13 : at
'_: r.al Hotel h ibjecl
- B"i ith F tion In
Pioneer Women Affair
Mn l-.L Jaw bs. p:e.:dtnt of
-' en, Club Ne ar-
nounced early thu week that a
oinnej End !trd party ...:n be
5:ven n r Sun-
': 241 .. B1 1415
: A VI
.. } ::; earma > I r the
'; : ; Mrs Sophie
Klanta and ... :.. a Mintzes
:rt I affair
Beth David PTA Meets
- ::-' c
f th.
:."
:." -- '".:' 2974 -v. _
?'::'--- : August 25th,
0 I
\nrsi-rii School
(ommittop Plant*
Fall Oponing
The Nursery School Committee
of the Greater Miami Jewish
C o m m u n i t y Cl nter. Town
Branch Nursery School, met late
last week to plan for the Fall
opening of the school. Laura Ross
I was named chairman of the group
of parents assembled.
Shortly after the new term has
gone into effect, sub-committees
i will be formed, and parents will
te urged to select committees
on which they wish to serve. Mrs
.Ross sa:d. R.gistration for nur-
sery and kindergarten school for
: the Fall term takes place the
week of August 23.-d. at all the
Greater Miami Jewish Corr.mun-
| itv Centers.
The Town Branch is located at
450 SW 16th Avenue, with the
Flagler-Granada School at 50 NW
, ImI^o- arJ? the Btach School
it 1536 Bay Road.
Mrs Ethel Grossman, super-
' /-: aU Nunery Schools, and
ail Cora Friedman, head teach-
re in charge of information.
Miss Tobb To Wed
fiovernmeni Teacher
M ta Annette Tobb will marry
ssor Edward Sofen. of the ofgan
Government Department. Uni-. the Bureau of Jewish Educatin
versity of Miami, on Sunday. wjh be held on Sundi y Wust
' -;" '24th. 10:30 a.m.. at the office of
Ann uncemei t of the impend- he Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ii wedding was made early this ation. 420 Lincoln R. I
eek by the bride-elect's par-' ^^ Board will ell I n
'.: and Mrs. Jack Tobb.]0' lhe Executive C : i ar.
2240 SW 29th Avenue. Miami. will complete the .:.
n | the 10 outstanding C
Professor Sofen is he son of [n handling the fui ,f the
-sofen. Brooklyn, r iv. Bureau for the co:> :r. : Bt-
,.": ..i^ j1 er,M"'L "I[ ,!h.e .U >am,n Meyers, pres aid.
These include: Budget Com-
mittee. Assistance to Schools
Committee. Edu, : : C mrr.it-
tee. Extension Act.-, ty Commit-
tee, Librar\- Committi
Committee, Pcrsc.rrij C ~.m::-
tie. Nominations Coir.i
Miss Tobb is a graduate University of Miami and studied Committee.
at Wayne University in Detroit. I Meyers also anm--
Rabbi Morris A. Skop will per- tribution by the Bureau of a
form the ceremony. The couple I n<*w Curriculum Guidi fc: Sun-
:ntend to reside in South Miami. The Guide lists the bjectives of
the studies in the Jewish Sun-
day School, the aims and activi-
ties of the kindergarten, a week-
ly schedule of less< na in grades
one through four, ard the .reaof
subject matter in grades fh*.
through ten. According t Mey-
cos, the Guide also includes an
extensive bibliography ol child-
ren's books and teachers refer-
ences necessary to Implement the
Guide.
M faculty for the past five years.
received his AB degree from
Brooklyn College and the MA
degree from Columbia Univer-
sity. Professor Sofen is currert-
jy completing work toward the
PhD at Columbia.
I West Miami Extends
Facilities For Comfort
The West Miami Jewish Cen-
; ter will be more comfortable for
worshippers during the lmpend-
, ing High Holy Day season, ac-
cord'ng to an announcement ear-
ly this week by Judge Leonard
1 Kalish. president.
Operations currently in prog-
ress, he said, include the installa-
tion of an acoustical ceiling and
an air cooling system. Chairman
of the Building Committee is Lou.1
Biown.
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Personally Speakino
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PAGE 9
Fied A. Sandier has returned ircm Jacksonville, where he
Bnj a week at the Roosevelt Hotel taking an advanced Life
fdeiwritei Course.
Mis. Rae Frome and children. Franc", and Ev?1*,*,:j -f "c"'
12 h Avenue, M:cmj, hcve returned ircm a rwo-woek vaca-
jjjp to Washinqlcn, D.C., 'Jew York and Massachusetts.
*
D:. end Mrs. Joseph R. Narot, oi 1C77 NE 86.L 3tSc aava
Jlumed here following a summer vcccticn spQl with iheir
Kldren. David and Ruth, in Ventncr, New Jersey. Dr. Narot,
*o is spiritual lecder cf Temple Israel, Miami, clso visited his
jj'!c in Warren, Chic.
* *
Mi. and Mil. Leo Eiser^iein. rf 7?5 14:h F!ac, Miami
L(Ch left last Fiidcv en the SS United Sides for en extended
Lccecn tour. The Eiser.sleins will visit England. Francs, Italy.
Igiurn, Germany and spend the High Holy Days in Tel Aviv,
Ictl They expect to return here November 1st.
* *
Mr. c::d Mrs. Harold Reinhard. of 1631 Coral Gate Drive,
Ucunce the birth cf their ron, Robert Jay, en Auoust 9th. The
|jsj was held last Soturday at Mount Sinai Hospital, with
Bveierd Abrchcm Seif officiating.
* + *
Mr. end Mrs. Milton A. Friedman and children. Ronald,
snneth cr.d Judy, cf 30C1 SV/ 2nd Avenue, left last Sunday
c two-week vacation in Columbia, South Caroline, where
(ie-. will visit Mrs. Friedman's parents, Mr. end Mis. G. Stem.
+ +
Mr. and Mrs. William.Friedman, of 1837 SW 20th Avenue,
he vecctioning in New York City at the Hotel Edison. While
le.e, Mi. Friedman will attend the Annual Convention of the
(dticnal Jewelers' Association scheduled for the Waldorf As-
* + *
Mr. Alex GcJdblatt, cf 254 Palm bland, has returned to
he 0:sited Stales following eight weeks abroad in England,
ic.ee, Sv;:!zerlcnd end Israel. He will be at home in October
ftei a brief trip to Chicago, Illinois.
* +
Mr, and Mrs. Berr.ard Ehrens, el 1715 S W17th Avenue,
incunce the birth of their daughter, Sheila Joan, at Doctors
ospiici last August 10th. Grandparents are Mrs. Scdie Koff
nd Mi. end Mrs. H. J. Ehrens, all ol Miami.
-* *
Mi. end Mr*. B. S. Dennei. cf 4431 Prcirie Avenue, Micmi
ecrh. their daughter, Mrs. Nan Bernstein, end grandchildren.
Uio: cr.d JeTry, hcve returned from a motor trip to Florida's
?st cccst.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Martin, cf 2560 SW 27th Street, Miami.
mounce the birth of their daughter, Lisa Scri. at Doctors Hos-
to] lest August 6th. Maternal arandparent is Mrs. Fannie
DM, 2649 SW 27th Street. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and
jb. Jacob Martin, St. Lou;*, Missouri. Mrs. Martin is the former
le Livingston.
+ *
Dr. cr.d Mrs. William K. Boros and family. Mr. and Mrs.
fed Blcnk and Mr. Stephen Jacobson, members of the North
^ce Jewish Center, have just returned from their summer va-
'icr.s.
* *
Mr. Louis Simms. of the Simms Printing Company, Miami.
M returned from Jacksonville, where he attended the Briss of
\* ?a.idchild born to Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Simms.
* + *
Mr. end Mrs. Sherman J. Tobin. of 731 SW 24th Road. Mi-
W. announce the Lirih ol their daughter, Amy Jan, en Aug-
Beth David School
To Aid In Extending
Curricular Activities
Completion of tha new Beth
David Religious School "this Sep-
r will rr.ake possible the
extension oi our existing pro-
gram of activities." Fducation
Director Jerome Gordon an-
nounced .early this week.
The newest ideas in school
architecture, as repre.scrt'-d bv
The American School And Uni-
versity and the Dade County
Board of Education, have been
:n ornorated to provide a mod-
em center of religious learning
.'.nd recreation, Gordon said. -De-
s gned with proper lighting, ven-
tilatio- and adeoua'.e space for
a varied and efficient program,
the classrooms of this two-storv
| structure will be equipped with
the most modern school desks
and furniture."
; An innovation of the Religious
.School will be the establishment
of a dailv f'ursery School and
I Kindergarten. The program is
I Marred to provide opportunities
I for young children to live and
Iwoik together in an environment
I which encourages physical
i growth, good health habits, a
I sense of security and social and
mental attitudes which make for
Jsatisfvirg relationships in every
day living. Gordon added.
Groups will be taught by aual-
|i!ied teachers. Children from
three to five are eligible to at-
tend.
Beth Jacob Makes
Final Arrangements
For High Holy Days
Final arrangements have been ;
completed for High Holy Day (
services at Congregation Beth
Jacob, Miami Beach, it was an- |
nounced yesterday by Mr. M. B.
Frank, president.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, spir-
itual leader of the Congregation,
will speak at each service in both !
Synagogues.
Cantorial services will be under
the direction of newly-elected
Cantor Aaron Weirgarten. who
will chant the services in the
train synagogue. He will be as-
sisted by the" Reverends Samuel
Guttman. Samuel Freedman and
Joseph Ossip.
A Ticket and Seating Commit-
tee will be at the Synagogue daily
from 9 a.m., to 9 p.m., commenc-
ing Sunday, August 24th, for the
reservation and sale of tickets.
Serving on the Committee with
Mr. Frank as chairman, are David
Goldstein, Harry Genet, William
Mechlowitz. Leo Meyer, Malvin
Englander, Joseph Cohen. Aaron
Lerner, Saul Genet, Louis Bloom-
field, Louis Makovsky, John
Levy, I. Brenner, D. Whitman,
Ben Fox and Harry Sonz.
Flagler-Granada
Appoints Hurwitz
To Teaching Staff
The Board of Religious Educa-
\ tion of the Flagler-Granada Jew-
| ish Community Center announc-
es the appointment of Joseph
Hurwitz as Hebrew School
, Teacher for the coming year.
Mr. Hurwitz received his sec-
ular education at Harvard Col-
I lege and Boston University
; School of Fducation. Graduate
i study followed at Harvard Uni-
versity Graduate School of Edu-
cation and at Boston University
I Graduate School of Arts and Sci-
'. ences.
Holding the Degree of BS in
Education. Hurwitz will short;.
take the Doctor of Philosophy in
| the field of Hebrew and Related
'Subjects, including Biblical Crit-
icism. Archeology. Hebraic Civ-
ilization and Comparative Relig-
I :or.. The subject of his dissert,
tion is: Jewish Influences On The
, Koran.
Hurwitz' Hebrew Educational
Breger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mil- j experiences includl graduation
from the Hebrew Teachers Col-
lege of Boston and a Teachers
Diploma and a Bachelor of Jew-
ish Education from that institu-
tion. He has been active in the
teaching field for the past 12
years and formerly conducted
High Holy Day Services at Flag-
ler-Granada.
Hurwitz also recently compiled
special research projects for the
Bureau of Jewish Education here.
Miss Toby Gohukin
Goluskin,. Breger
Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Goluskin,
of 737 Espanola Way. Miami
Beach, announce the engagement
of their daughter. Toby, to Eli
ton Breger. 108 2nd Terrace:
Di Lido Island.
Miss Goluskin attended Miami
Beach High School. She was a
rren.ber of the Choir and Junior
Hadassah.
Mr. Breger also graduated from
Miami Btach High School, as
well as from the University of
Miami Law School. He is a mem-
ber of the Miami Beach Bar As-
sociation.
Prior to the announcement of
their engagement. Miss Goluskin
was Mr. Bregers legal stenog-
rapher.
Scher Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Dora
Scher, formerly of 820 Meridian
Avenue, will 'take place at noon
on Sunday. August 24th. with the
Reverend U. Ssilkow officiating.
Mrs. Scher. who was a resident
here for 13 years, is survived by
a son, Joseph: daughter. Rose;
and brothers Sigmund and Mor-
ris Drucker: also two sisters. Mil-
lie Driftler and Jean Rubcl. The
unveiling will take place at Mt.
Nebo Cemetery with Thurmond
Monument Company in charge of
arrangements. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to be present.
CANTOR
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Also experienced shochet. mohel, ayn-
agogue reader and shofar blower.
Can drive a car Willing to accept,
a position tor a year. Write S. H.,
Bos 29,.? Miami 18.
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that tickets for the High Holy |
Days are available daily except
Sabbath, in the Center office,
3198 SW 24th Terrace, in the
mornings from 7:30 to 9:00 a.m.,
in the evenings from 8 to 10 p.m.,
and Sundays, 10 to 12 noon.
Israelite Center Holds
Open House Registration
Sponsored by its Board of Edu- i
cation, the Israelite Center will i
hold Open House on Sunday. ',
September 7th, from 10 a.m., to
6 p.m.
Refreshments will be served
during the scheduled registration j
hours which will culminate a ,
week's enrollment period from !
3 to 5 p.m., and from 7:30 to |
9 p.m., daily. I
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All.WAS ISRAEL- KaU.i laaac Kver,
Orthodox. S2S 7Sth St., Miami R-'rh.
1IKTH I) WIIJ Kal>l" Max Shapiro, t'i,n-
ervative, 2629 SW , BKTII Kl Dr Shrraryahu Swireky, Or-
thodox, JO0 SW 17th Avr.. Miami.
IIKTII lAt'iB Rabbi Moan Mechrli,ff.
<) lh.-i,.x. .101 .111 \\ah.. Avr MB
BETH SHOLOSIRaboi l^eon Kroniah,
Liberal. 41J4 Cnate Av.. Miami Be>h.
BETH TFILAHRabbi Joatpk Rackovehy,
Orthodox, MS Euclid Avr., Miami Beach
CiiHAI. '-Mil KS -Rabbi M- rrii Shop,
Liberal, .<>" Palermo \v, Coral ISaMea,
|M>WXTOWN SVNACOUl'E Orthodea,
1.15 N\\ Inl \vr Miami
FI.Mil.KR liHWADA SO SW Slat
Place, Miautai
Hr'llKKW ACADEMY- Rabbi Mcxaarier
Ri .. u.- o lox. >'* *ih St., MB.
Ill \l I \ll MIAMI SPRIN'OS R end l.r Il-i.ii. SI E. 4ih Avr Hialcah
HOLLY WOODRabbi laeoh Hoithj, Con
. rvativ* 2OJ0 PoU St., Hoilrwood.
ISRAELITE CENTER H 'i *br>am
Sacha, ronnerrative, JIM SW .Mih Trr..
M......
KVESFTH ISRAEI Rabbi Abraham
i I, Orthodox, 1415 Karl:,I A\r..
-i Beach
M' Ml BEACH RaM'i Irvini U brmi n
I ----4 ,liv,- Kill V .-h At.. \l B.
\II\MI IIKI1RKW SCHOOL Rahl.i Sim
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Mraan.
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Bracli
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SW 17th Si Miami.
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FRIDAY. AUGUST
Workmen's Circle Southern District
Meets On Miami Beach August 29th
Thi 83rd C.-.:'-. I I ~ '-
place tl n Miami Beach d Labor Da;
August t ugt Septet
The Distncl mprises Um
of 22 branch) iiKrf-towa
delegates and guesl led :. as
Miami Beach Branch N mm,
be host 1 the : iifer- P"^tt -~-- Sprwck and to-
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ton on
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Conduct Mixed Choir
Mi and Mrs Eli Samuels, of
Street Miami Beach.
iving thi N rth. where
Mr Samuels will conduct the
mixed horu : Temple Eman-
uel. Patterson. New Jersey, dur-
High Holy Daj
Residents here since last. De-
:. Mr and Mrs. Samuels
return to Miami Beach dur-
' the first week of October. Mr.
theory.
harmony and sight readir.g. will
conduct the Temple Emanuel
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Capitol Spotlight
BY MILTON FRIEDMAN
(Copyright. 1952. Jewish Telegraphic Agencv. Inn
....,, L LV L.L................,.........^^
WASHINGTON Anti-Jewish material, prepares by faZ
Soviet i itizen, is being distributed by the Department <1 State- t?'
Office of Intelligence Research of the department is dissemm2!l
allegations that Jews are treated with favoritism in the Soviet^r, 41
This is going on at the same lime that the Library of Conm*,!
through its Legislative Reference Service, is making documeBull I
charges that Russian Jews are the terrorized victim* of anti-S. I
itism. The obvious conclusion is thai either the Stale Depart,,"1
Of the Library of Congress is putting out a lot of hokum Tk.1
Siate Department report, which contains the observations 0(
Ukranian who deserted the Red Army, is entitled. The Sovit
Union As Reported By Former Soviet Citizens. I
"He told the story of an occasion in 1939," the report saJ
"when a Ukrainian Jew stole some sugar beets from a cart relml
ing to a resident of and the latter struck the Jew in t-'<."'=I
The case was reported to the chairman of the village s< viet a-dtful
man who struck the blow was taken away and never hi ard o''_eai,|
The source said that if it had been anyone but a Jew. no suchVisvl
tion would have been taken." The source is directly quoted as ud
ing, "Jews never become soldiers."
The material is intended "to make available to students <.l
Soviet Affairs basic data for their reseatch from sources not rndihi
available." There is a sentence, buried in the middle i'. a parae-aJI
cribing the report, which states that the substanc. i | the matel
lal is unevaluated by the State Department and di i s no)
sarily reflect the views of the department or any othi. \ ., --.
agency.
A careful study of the report indicates that although the source
was described as "able-bodied" during the Nazi invasion ihtre
was no mention of any anti-Nazi action on his part in either the
guerrilas or regular army. He was drafted ir.to the Red Arir.y af.
ler fhe war and became a master sergeant. Because of his hatred
for Communism, he deserted and entered Western Europe as i
political refugee. Now he emerges as the source of anti-Jewish
material extensively printed and widely distributed by the Start
Department. He is not named because the department fears fo-
the safety of his family which remains in the Ukraine.
The report says: "During his army service fron ;m|
the source ol anti-Semitic feelings in the army. It I
tremely dangerous to speak openly against the Jews! F
lie could receive a stiff prison sentence. He said thi-- -Jen]
never became soldiers'. The Jew is crafty, is able to work witi
his head and holds such positions as doctor, supplv of::c, a u<~
or any position with the rank of officer. He said" thi *.
j to tell mild, harmless jokes about Jews which were not
offensive. The source himself said he had no feeling of prejudkel
against the Jewish race."
"The source said that in his native village there were a half-
dozen Jews in a population of 2.000 persons and recalled little a-.ti-'
Semitic feeling. During the German occupation a few person
expressed the opinion that it was good the Germans had killed the
*wt,JSSz ln fitm'ral onlv sympathy was expressed i-. t eir behalf,"
This "material" on Russian Jews did not make up the entire
report but was found in a special sub-section. The rest cf the
report dealt with the Red Army and other subjects. State Depart-
ment sources, questioned about the report, defended it. Ther
said it was valuable to the many Americans hungry for informs-
lion from behind the Iron Curtain. However, the Stale Depart-
ment did feel that people should analyze such reports before ac-
cepting all the details. It was a "sponge report," so called because
aiate Department intelligence "wrings out" everything a source
knows about the Soviet Union. An official, who would speak only
When promised anonymity, was asked whether or not it mace an,
?}!7" 'A.such '"diligence sources were anti-Semitic. He re-
plied that the important factor, which overshadowed any other
consideration, was that they were anti-Communist. It was likely,
ne added, hat a few Russians may have suffered at the hands
Tl c. ?W,,S> comm,sss and therefore became anti-Semitic*
ine state Department may know how objectively to wring or*]
h''^' ^''s- BV 0,rdinarv citizenj will fir.d themselves ronfrontei
: ,'? '''V '' K-11 ,lu'"' '" believe that Jews an treat I
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Jenisti thrMia,m
PAGE 11
ramercy Ghost
tens At Ring
leater Monday
| C'lom'oes, the smit-
,ik and ghost of a Revo-
. War soldier, will be-
1 two week haunting stint
iversity of Miami's Ring
J, on Monday evening, as
ired character in John
Holme's fanciful comedy,
' 'V Ghost.
I niel, played by Frank Ol-
refused admittance to Sol-
, :- by General George
ton because he failed to
L an important dispatch be-
l, was killed by the Red-
|\V le haunting a house in New
Gramercy Park, Nathan-
j in love with the house's
f. tenant, Nancy Willard. play-
i Mai iorv Hudec. Comolica-
, tm when Charley Stew-
newspaper reporter, and
I B rnett, a member of
I, iocial set. played by
| ,larl and William Bran-
[ I > court Miss Wil-
\
[j resolution of this quad-
L scon beginning
| it 25th, through
at The Ring The-
jr,. ction is under the
I Fred Koch, Jr.
Flagler-Granada Women
Hear Hair Stylist
Miss Koma, of the Miss Koma
Fashion Hair Styling Salon, was
guest speakt r at the monthly
women's meeting of the Flagler-
Granada Jewish Community Cen-
ter last night, discussing: Per-
sonality Development Through
Beauty Care.
Beach B'nai B'rith
Women Hold Luncheon
Miami Beach Chapter, B'nai
B'rith Women, announce a Chin-
ese Luncheon on Tuesday, Aug-
ust 26th, 12 p.m., at the Ku Man-
chu Restaurant. Hostesses will
be the Mesdames Max Bernstein,
Nat Blumenthal and Irving Solo-
>aiii> Sa rl For
RAMAT GAN. ISRAEL (WNS)
A street near the Tel Binya-
min quarter of Ramat Gan is to
be named after an Italian priest
who was instrumental in saving
the lives of many Jews during
World War II. and who was later
dpnortod to th Dachau orison
Uomv Auxiliary
\las Member Tea
ship Tea tendered
r Miami Women's
[un : the Jewish Home
II be held at the
H itel on Tuesday,
Iuj i.-1 26: 1 p.m., Mrs. Jack
:ship chairman,
j irly this week.
A : diversion, a boat
|de! i: r si dents of the Home
Gardens has been ar-
fo Thursday, August
Bth. A 1 it will leave from the
'.;n. 2380 Collins Avenue,
I Mrs. Sol Silverman
hare >f reservations.
foung Adults Hold
toller Skating Party
Thi Youi Adult Group of the
\ B Jewish Center will
lull 3 Roller Skating Party at
toctt.-'s Rink, 3001 NW 7th Av-
l iti Sunday evening, Aug-
l>t 24tl j. in. A motorcade
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ELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
iAVAS ISRAEL SYNA-
}ij I hold Friday cven-
i"~ ,.: i:45 p.m. Saturday
. are scheduled
with r.b.i Isaac Ev-
: g the Weekly Por-
Vimcha will be at 6:30
vicl by Shaios Seudos
iv. Daily services are
a.m., and at 6:45 p.m.
lETK DAVID CONGREGA-
W '- '' '' Saturday morn-
'.. vices it 9 a.m. Mincha is
[, foi 6:30 p.m. Daily
i :, at B.m., and at

Ieth el congregation
i ho I ay tvc nine, services
rday mornirg serv-
.uled for 8:3d a.m.
, i igy will follow
t :. Mincha at 6:15
Shaios S< uttos will con-
Sabbath.
*
e:th JACOB congrega-
"N .'. .li hi Id Fnoav evening
\ ices at 30 p.m.. with Rabbi
es Mes helofJ officiating. Sat-
, n ng s< i vices will be
[ Mincha is schedul-
er C.30 p.m., followed by
li i Seudos. Daily services
7:30 :. ,m., and at 6:30 p.m.
*
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
;, evening services at 6:30
Satuiday morning services
tdultii tor 9 a.m. Mincha
\] bt at i 30 pjn. Daily Serv-
. t al 7:30 a.m., ard at 6:50
V.kLZkH MIAMI SPRINGS
YISH COMMUNITY CENTER
iday evening serv-
8! B:15 i- m., with Reverend
Heim i ::;::at:ng. What Is
! Jew, will be the title of an
| lied for reading by
Begun, chairman of
i! C< mmittee. Satur-
seivi.es are at 9
wit : verend He:m dis-
ring th< Weekly Portion.
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday,evening es at 8 p.m.
Saturday rvices are
scheduled for I ... n Rab-
ci Abraban Sachs discussing the
Weekly Portion. Mincha will b<-
at 9 30 p..-:;., : I] .. | | Shaios
Seuci ?.
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE-
GATION will h.'ld Friday even-
ing services at 6.30 p.m., with
Can.or Abraham Seif officiating.
Saturday morning services w.ll
be at 8:30 a.m. Late afternoon
services are scheduled for 6:30
p.m. Daily services are at 8 a.m.,
and tt 6:30 p.m.

MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Fridav evening
services ;t 6:30 p.m. Saturday
mornirg services art scheduled
lor 9 a.m. Daily services are in
the Chapel at 8 ajr.., and at 6:45
P..T..

MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL
AND CONGREGATION will hold
Friday evening services at 6:30
p.m. Saturday morning services
are scheduled for 8:30 a.m., with
Rabbi Simon April discussing:
Just.ce Shall You Pursue. A
class in Theology will be at 5:30
p.m., followed by Mincha, Shai-
os Seudos and Maariv.

NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
services at 8 p.m. Rabbi Harry
Ettinger will oliicia'.e. assisted
by the choir. Suoject of his ser-
mon is scheduled as: Now Or
Never. At: Oneg Snabbat will
follow., honoring the birthdays
of Een Miller and Murray Ap-
felbaum.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m. Rabbi Leon Kronish
will conduct the service of pray-
er, music and a sermonette.

TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami
will hold Fridsy evtn.ng services
tonight at 8:15 p..T.., with Rabbi
I Narot and Cantor Jacob
G. B : ing,
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
services at 6:45 p.m. Saturdaj
morn in a services will be at 9
a.m., w.th Samuel Richman as-
Hhg Rabbi Alfred Waxman
Aftc rnoon services will be at 6
p.m., followed by Shaios s> udos.
*
YOUNG ISRAEL SYNA-
GOGUE will hold Friday even-
ing services at >:45 p.m. Satur-
day morning services are sched-
uled for 9 a.m. Mincha will be at
6:30 p.m., followed by Shaios
Seudos. Daily services are at 8
a.m., and at 6:30 p.m.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER
will hold services Saturday morn-
irg at 9 a.m.. with Reverend Ru-
dolf E. Brill officiating. An On-
eg Shabbat will follow.
Report German-Jewish Claims Talks
Hearing End; Goods Slopped For Export
THE HAGUE (JTA) Members 'A the delegation oj the C
ferer.ee on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany Monday indi-
tl tl lh German-Jewish reparations talks may be con-
luded at the end of this month, while a spokesman for the Israel
i egation said that only one point of disagreement prevents con-
clusion of the Israel-German ne-
gotiators.
The point 'f disagreement is
the "stability claux .. lich the
rael received as reparations from
Germany. Industrial circles in
Germany had feared this might
aopen, endangering Germany's
X or Hi llado Snls
Delegate* to I'SV
Convention lloro
The North Dade Jewish Center
Will send a delegation of is
youthful affiliates to the South-
eastern United Synagogue Con-
vention scheduled for Miami
Beach on August 24th through
27th.
Rabbi and Mrs. Harry Ettinger.
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Apfelbaum
and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blank
I will accompany the delegates to
! the Convention. The Rabbi and
Apfelbaum will conduct several
USY seminars, it was reported
here
Israel delegation demands in or- overseas markets, but their fears
der t-i secure a guarantee against were described as completely un-
loss from poss.ble devalua- I '"u^aed. It is further understood
tion (,f Grrman currency. The that "safety clauses" have been
Germans oppose this demand on '"aerted in the Israel-German
the ground that it casts doubt on agreement to this effect.
the stability of German currency, j It was also reported from Bonn
However, a compromise is ex- that 45 percent of the goods to
petted to be reached after mem- I be exported to Israel by Germain
bers of the German Cabinet re- will be steel products, while 25
turn from their vacation. I percent will be ironware and
The ooint of difference be- I non-ferrous products, and 30 pel-
twten the Conference delegation I;ent chemicjls and other prod-
and the Germans is the exter.s- ucts. Terms and methods of ex-
on of restitution to Austrian port will be decided by the Ger-
Jows n-ho suffered during Ger- man manufacturers and an Is-
r any s occupation of Austria, racl purchasing commission. Sev-
The German delegation claims eral German towns have already
that Austria had a Nazi govern-
ment of hsr own. The Germans
therefore, argue that the present
Austrian Government and not
the West German Government
should be \hz one to pay repar-
ations to Austrian Jews.
Meanwhile, it was reported
from Bonn that government cir-
cles state there will De no re-ex-
port of German goods from Is-
W*W*W>W'W'W.'W''W'W'W'W-W
offered their facilities to the
commission for use as its head-
quarters, but it is believed Co-
logne will be selected by the Is-
raelis.
August BTOS. RV?
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Extends to its members and friends
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We cordially invite you to attend High Holy Day Services
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end
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the rsfht to ror^script doctors be-
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extend the period of compulsory
..-.-. vice by I furthi r six
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Hobday explained there will
be ., special Womens' Division,
'': thi 'Si ction and Veterans'
Group. John Diaz, Florida editor
of the Pittsburgh Courier, will be
rge of the Florida Negro
section.
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TWICE AS LONG AS
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vJewist noridUan
PAGE115
LEGAL NOTICE
"VrnilNTV JUDGE'S COURT
i fn FOR DADE COUNTY,
'"%! MrATa-
. ..( fit" I )J*
l?d 1 lil.O()MHERIi.
lEOR'JE Deceased.
mOTICE to creditors
I ,'mlii"r< and All Person.
lining Claims or Demands
Against S;l"1 EtR,e: ,
ul each of von, are hereby
,,';,. '.,',| required to present any
JS, andI dimSSS which Wg. or
t'T i vou. may have against the
['' late "f Dade County, Flor-
St'.l-' .. _.^l~ .... ...Iv 1,1,1,'..-.
LEGAL MOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CRYSTAL UKAITY SHOI', al 1089J
N. E. 6th Avenue, Miami. Ha., In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ANNE BALKE
i/i-g-ii-n
I.
1
Honorable County Judges
nAe county, and file the same In
1 in the County Courthouse
,-. Florida within
l,,. >nd*r month, from the date
fih, -t publication hereof. Said
demand* to contain the
, ns ,.( the claimant and to
:., ami presented as afore-
iiii. will he barred.
...... |5th da) > August, A.D..
iVID M lll/K)MBERO and
IBBRT I- ItliOOMHERn.
executors of. the Estate
George W. Bloomberg.
'. eased. .
kpi'i' 1. BlyOOMBEHa
1 .. Estate
1 Building
I ""da .
^OTiCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
N0 NAME LAW
kliTien IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I, s|Kn, I desiring to engage in
> inder the fictitious name of
l\p CAlil'.KR SIKH", at 6S0 ti.
\\ 1 ml Springs). Fla.. Intend
: ante with the Clerk
;rt (if Dade County,
A HENRY RUSflO
ASII'.AI^OAKRIDO
AM V M. PRHD '
. ,. Applicants
-, !.| Bids;.
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 632 8. VV. 1st Avenue, Miami,
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Countv, Florida.
, ISADDR HERSKOWITZ
HARRY HKHSKOWITZ
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
HE Seybold Building
Miami 32, Fla.
8/X-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
: is HEREBY OIVEN that
null signed, desiring to engage in
, mder the fictitious name of
,i:\l, 11 \ B LE S CHILDREN'S
H)P. ai 2328 Ponce De Leon
1 1 1 laldes, Fla.. Intends
: ime with the Clerk
nt c iui t "f Dade county
I-

MR SAMl'EL SCHEINMAN
I ___________ ________
NOTICE
I HEREBY GIVEN b>
: the discontinuance
the fictitious name,
IRE 1 'I 81 'I III I'l.' >R-
BERN VRD BEBCHL'CK
HAROLD P. WEISS

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BASE DRIVE-IN, at 13SV) N. \V. 27th
Avenue, Opa Locka. Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
SAMUEL I'OI,LACK
Sole owner
MORTON ROTHENBERG
Attorney fur Samuel Pollack
S/8-15-22-21
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
COURT OF THE
ILEVE'.TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
NO 152039
IIS i.N JoH.NSoN.
Plaintiff
. \ HER I. JOHNSON,
1 lefendanl
NOT CE BY PUBLICATION
I ndei I. .1 .bus..11
M. 111 .. b'treel
I i-eii, Washington
Vol' iRE HEREBY NOTIFIED
III of 1 'omplaInt for Iilvori e
1 ed ak llnsl you, and you
? rrq 1 to serve copy of lour
11. idtng to the Bill of
11 ihe plaintiffs attorney,
iei _. 120 Lincoln Road,
ai h, !".>i Ida, and tile the
Vnswer or Pleading In the
the Clerk of the Circuit
lunty, Florida, on or
.I da) oi September,
vine the allegations of the
I II f Con ulalnt will be taken
1 t>\ you and judgment
taken against you
imieii in the Bill
ii
\ND ORDERED at Miami.
lay of August, 1953
LEATHERMAN,
lit Court
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 152186
EDSON KARL DOWE
\ s
MARGARET DOWE
7684 South ZOth Street
Newark. New Jers.-\
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti i Margaret Dowe
You aie hereby notified that a Rill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you( and you are re-
quired to serve a eop> ..f your Ans-
rtci or Pleading to the Hi'l of Com-
plaint on the plaintiffs Attorney,
STEPHEN K KEBSLER, 2200 West
Flagler Street, Miami. Florida, and
file the original Answer oi Pleading
in the offl......f the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Courl on or before the |Jth day
of September, 1952. If you fail t.. do
s... judgment bj default will be taken
against you foi the relief demanded
in the Hill of Complaint
This notice shall be published once
ea.h week for four consecutlvi weeks
in THE JEWISH PLORIIHAN
In >NE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, thii l-ih daj ol August, A. l>.
19 -'.
i: B. LEATHERMAN,
Cli rk, Circuit Court.
Dadi County, Florida
(Circuit Courl b'eal)
B) M, C. FEIOE,
1 icput v i 'lerk
STEPHEN F. RESSI.ER
Attorney foi Plaintiff
jjOO West Flagli Btrei I
S 15-22-29 : ,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
152015
KREDNA LUCILLE REED.
Plaintiff
Vs.
ELY LEE REED, Defendant
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: ELY LEE It ICED.
Residence unknown.
You are notified hereby, that a
Bill of Complaint for Divorce has
been filed against you In the above
styled cause and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer on the
plaintiffs attorney and file the orig-
inal in the Office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court In and for Dade Coun-
ty, Florida on or before the 8'.h d-y
of September, 1951, otherwise the al-
legations of said Bill of Complaint
will be taken as confessed by vou.
Dated at Miami. Dade County,
Florida this 6th day of August, 1952.
E. It. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
liy M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk
MANUEL I.I I:i:T.
Attorney for Plaintiff
lawyers Building
228 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Miami. Florida
8/8-15-22-29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 151809
RUTH WEINREB FINE.
Plaintiff,
-against-
PAUL KINK. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Vol': PAUL FINE, care of Gen-
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 Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's attorney. MAX R. SIL-
VKH, 922 Seybold Building, Miami.
Florida, and flic the original Ans-
wer or Pleading In the office of the
Clerk Of tin- Circuit Court on Ar 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 deliiallded In the Bill of
i i 'omplalnt.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 29th day of July, 1962.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
I ia.|e i 'o inty, Florida
(Circuit Court s.-.ili
By WM W, STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
MAX I!. SILVER
for Plaintiff
922 Be bold H illding
Miami 12, Florida
8 1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HOME OWNERS .SURVEY, at 2500
Ponce De l^eon Blvd.. Coral Gables,
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
HERBERT NEILINGER
Sole Owner
MILTON MAMBER
Attorney for Applicant
1 Lincoln Road Rldg.
Miami Beach. Fla.
8/22-29 9/5-12
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 50990
Notice is hereby given that Nathan-
iel W. Siegel. holder of City of Miami
Tax Sale Certificate Numbered 1915.
dated the 5th day of June, A. D.
19511, has filed said Certificate In my
office, and has made a|ipllcatlon for
tax deed to Issue thereon In accord-
ance with law. Said Certificate em-
braces the following described prop-
erty, situated in Dade County, Flor-
ida, to-wlt:
W 41' lot 12, Block 17. Alice Bald-
win Et Al Subdivision Amended.
Plat Book B, Page 87, in the City
of Miami, County of I>ade. State
of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the Certificate Issued was In
the name of Unknown. Uolesg said
Certificate shall be redeemed accord-
ing to law. tax deed will issue thereon
on the 24th day of September, A. D.
195 2.
Dated this 20th day of August. A. D.
1952.
B, B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit court.
Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court S.a] i
By N. C. BTERRETT,
Depute Clerk
8/22-29 9/5-12-1'."
I
II RICE, JR.
I' it) clerk
NC CE LNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IEREBT GIVEN that
le ring t" engage In
fli tltloui name of
I'ROITCTS, at 241 N. W.
v I, Fla intends to
r.li the Clerk of
of Daile County.
I
f
|
, I'l!
>.i:i.\\i-ii STEINER, Sole Owner
I)* K SILVER
%![" Applicant
F Building
it
i e,rl^ C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
I, E^TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
..,,,,, No. 151948
[AMI I I, HELLER, Plaintiff,
"'" 'c.',,.1;!'1'1*' "efendant.
, di%!T F0R DIVORCE
!'. fH HELLER
al 1Mb Street
Brooklyn 26, N Y
,!;;''':' HI HELLER, are hereby
."'" a' BUI of Complaint for
."" been filed against you.
"ii i. required to serve a cop)
, "'" Answei or pb-ading to the
; "HI.,:nt on the plaintiffs
,',,",', o-:\ KSSKN. BBQ,. 821
,."' Wdg Miami. Fla and file
ffl al Answer ... Pleading In
r the Clerk of the Clr-
oi before the 4th day
1952. If you fail to do
default will be taken
, <" the relief demanded
ol Complaint
r li','" ,' "'''" '' published once
I Tllu- ,, ," '"'"' consecutive Weeks
Il.0\t Jiy,V,SH '"I.ORIDIAN.
t ,AND ORDERED at Miami,
4th da) of August. A.D.
It. LEATHERMAN.
'ik. Circuit Court,
. Dads County. Florida
r"'rt Seal)
By WM W STOCKING.
N 'sm:\ 1'u,y Clerk-
i' '
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 28541-A
In Re ESTATE oF
FRANCES RINGER, Dei-eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereb)
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, may have against the
estate of FRANCES RINGER, de-
.....' late of Miami. Dad- County,
Florida, to the Hon. County Judges
of Dade County, and file th.- same
in their offices In the Counts Court-
house In Dade County, Honda, with-
in eight calendar months from the
date of the first publication hereof.
Said claim..... demands to contain
the legal address of the claimant and
to be sworn to and presented as a-
foresald, oi same "ill be barred. See
Section 120 of the IMS Probate Act.
Date August 5th, A.D. 1952.
s WILLIAM PARKER
- DOROTHY PARKER
As Executors of the Last
Will ami Testament of
FRANCES RINGER,
Deceased.
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
850 Beybold Bldg.
Miami, Fla.
Attorneys for Executors
II 8-16-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the.fictitious name of
ALLIED INSURANCE AOENCT. at
12:' N E. First street, Miami. Florida,
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dad.- County. Florida. .__,..
MR. LOUIS GOLDSTEIN
g/l.S-M-22
i:
ci,
-nit
.- <'-r Plaintiff
vi ..- "*
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
VENETIAN VILLAS, at 225-227 Col-
lins Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida ,,,.
IRMA EHR1.K H.MAN,
225-27 Collins Avenue,
Miami Beai h, Florida
MORTt IN IB 'I'll EN HER' 1
Attorney for lima Ehrlichman
420 Lincoln Boad
Miami Beach, Florida
I/1-8-1S-2I_________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HAILA ORIGINALS, at fade Count).
Florida, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dad. County. nF.orldawKiNKK
Sole Owner
GEORGE KASTFINBAUM
Attorney for Applicant
1 Lincoln Road Bldg.
8/1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engagi I
business under the I imi of
I ,v S LAUNDRY AND DRY
CLEANING, al Miami Dade County,
Kioi ida, intend to egisl laid name
with the Clerk of the circuit court
of I '.nil- Count). Plot "I i
ROBERT BROWN
i:\IANIKI. SEITLIN
i >-... net >
MARX M F'ABER
Attorney for Appll ints
412 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
s 1-8-15-22
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORPA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 151770
YOLANDA VKTRA.V'i, Plaintiff.
VS.
KUAN VETRANO, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You. ELIAS VETRANO, Ul Mid-
land Avenue, Yonkers, New York, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Dlvon e has beell filed
against you, and you are required to
serve I cop) of youi Answer or Plead-
ing to th.- Bill or Complaint on the
plaintiff's attorney, THEODORE .I
SAKOWITZ, '.'-'.' Seybold Building.
Miami, Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
th, Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 28th day of August, 1951
If vou fail to So so, judgment by de-
fault will be tak.n against you for
the relief demanded in the Rill "f
Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 2sth da) of July, 195*.
F:. B. LEATHERMAN.
clerk. Circuit Court,
I lade Count). Florida
(Circuit Court Seal) ___
B) WM W STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
8/1-8-15-22
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 151704
JAMES F. REID, Plaintiff
vs.
MARIA REID, Defendant___
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MARIA REID
435 West 49th Street
New York. New York
Vou. Maria Reld. are hereby noti-
fied that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
and VOU are required to serve a COW
of vour Answer or Pleading to the
Bill' of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
Attornev. AMOS' BENJAMIN. &0S
Olympla Building. Miami. Florida, and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the LVth
day of August, 1952. if you fall to
do' so. Judgment bv default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the Bill < Complaint
DONE AND oH1>f:P.F:D at Miami.
Florida, this 84th day of July. Ittt.
E B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By WM W STOCKING
'Deputy Clerk
Mardecai Ihinzis
Mes At 5
NEW YORK (JTA) Mordec-
ai Danzis, noted Yiddish journal-
ist and editor, died here this
week following a long illness at
the age of 65. Until recently he
had been editor-in-chief of The
Day.
A native of the Ukraine, Dan-
zis came to the United States in
1907, and soon made a name for
himself as a poet and writer. He
was managing editor of the Jew-
ish Daily News until its merger
with the Jewish Morning Journ-
al in 1928, at which time he join-
ed the staff of The Day. He be-
came editor-in-chief of The Day
in 1948, and served in that capac-
ity until his recent illness. He
travelled widely in Europe, Asia
and Latin America and was a
frequent visitor in Israel.
A close friend of the late Vlad-
imar Jabotinsky, Danzis aided
him in establishing a Zionist-Re-
visionist movement in this coun-
try and later served as president
of the American group. He was
an active supporter of the Irgun
Zvai Laumi which fought the
British in mandated Palestine.
He had also served as vice presi-
dent of the Peretz Verein, the
Jewish Writer Union. He was
well-known as a lecturer and for
his radio news commentaries ir.
Yiddish.
S 1-1-15-22
*GUST BROS RV/
Av i, ,.,, /i* sr'
2i
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 50993
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
Nathaniel \V. Siegel, holder of Little
il.n.-i Valle) Drainage District Mi
Certificates numbered ''.'< and 121,
dated the 29Hi day of May, A. D. 1'.'5".
bas tiled *-ani certificated In my ol -
flee, and has made application for
tax deed to Issue thereon In iccord-
atu-e with law Said certificates em-
brace the following described oi
iv. situated in Dad.- County, State of
i, to wit:
i ..i .. i.....h ... PI new.....i Pai
Sub., Plat Book 6, Page 12, i
county of I lade, State ol I- loi Ida,
as et Perth
Th.- assessmi nl of a Id i..... '
iiml.'
was in thi f H. H Ti
1...1 Jl, I'.l... k 8, West L-lttli River
Tract No. -. A I
24, Page In the Count) of Dadi
.- ite .,- I lot io.i. as en hi ai
i '< rtlfh ate N" 121 TI......
.....in of said >! "! i' I ni ill '
. i ei llfl' ate Issued was In the
mi me of Edw .n a Urunath.
rules- -,i d ci ates shall be re-
deemed mi ordlng t-- law, tax fli I
uiil issue the:. ..ii on the 2lth d.
of Septen bei a I > 1952,
Dated this 19th day of August, A D,
I-:. B. LEATHEAMAN,
clerk. Circuit Cou t,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Heal)
B) S '' 8TERRETT,
I it) Clerk
II I2-2J 9 5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREB? GIVEN that
th.- undersigned, di i ni to engag
business under the fictitious name
THE LITTLE COPA, at 1087 N
7!itti Street, Miami, Florida, Intend
reglstei se d name with the Clerk
the Circuit
i- k>i Ida.
US tourists visiting Israel to
view first-hand the country's
huge industrial strides, aided by
the S500.000.000 State of Israel
Bond Drive, need not be home-
sick for familiar names. Among a
host of others, there's a Broadway
Beauty Parlor in Jerusalem,
Brooklyn Ice Cream Palace on
Tel Aviv's oceanfront and for
tin West Coaster longing for a
glimpse of home, a HoUywood
Cafe.
For those hailing from a US
Tt rit irj, tht n always the Alas-
.. Cafi in Jerusali
Israi lis I on
as Americans. More populai I -
day than the one-time fav c I
i; red wati hich tastes
...:ng like American -
beverages, is Mitz, or orangi
grapefruit drinks. The bottled
Mitz is produced at several Is-
raeli c >ni : ns, the la g< st
which is Assis Distilleries, a firm
mar Tel Aviv that will soon un-
dertake to extract sugar frot-.i
beets with the assistance of Is-
rael Bor.d investments.
LEGAL, NOTICE
of
E
to
of
Court of Dade County,
SAMl'EL I' RIFK1N
LEN' >RE .1 RIFKIN
A: IICI-NKl:
foi Applicants
in tni:i:
Attorne)
R2n >l\ mpla Bldg
Miami It, Florid i
B) BCD IHiXKi:
S -':'-.':' 9 5-12
IN
In
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 285S9A
Ite: ESTATE oF'
SAMUEL B, sacks. Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of vou. may have against the
estate of SAMUEL S SACKS, de-
ceased late of Dade County. Flor-
ida, to the Hon. \V P. I1I.ANTON,
County Judge of Dade County, and
file the same In his office in the
County Courthouse in Dade County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publica-
tion hereof. Said claims or demands
to contain the legal address of the
C'almaSJt and to he sworn to and
presented as aforesaid, or same will
be barred.
Date August n. a iv I9SS.
MAE .1 SELTZER
ADELAIDE COHEN
Ab Executrlces of the
Flstate of. and
As Executrlces of the Iast
Will and Testament of
sami*f:l s. sacks.
1 '.-ceased.
KOWER MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Bxecutrtces
IL'i Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
3 15-22-29 I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl H
lei signed, desiring to eng
- under the 11< tltlous name f
PALM '' 'CRT BEAUTY SALON il
::ii -ird st intends to reglst'
said nan,, n i'h the Clei k of thi
euit Court of I lad.- i 'ounty, Florl
Rl iBERT D WAXLER
MYERS, HEIMAN ft KAPLAN
Attorne) s for Appll' ant
Seybold Bldg,
22 29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN I
the undei signed, desli Ing to
a uiid.r the fietltious n I
JERI s CLEANERS AND LAUN
st ::i7 23rd Street, Miami Bi i
F'la Intends t-- register said
with th.- Clerk of tin- Circuit Court
of Dade County, Plorlda.
BENJAMIN WEINSTEIN
Sole i iwner
HENRY NUS8ENBAUM
Attorney for Applicant
inn s. vi.oid Bldg.
g, 1-8-15-22
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
Th. Jajwtah noMdlan o-
Ddbj your lexjol notice*.
W* oppradot* t oar
patronage) and auaran-
tmm accunxto sccrlo* at
legal rats*. Phone 2-1141
lor meaaenger rvica.
SEITLIN & COMPANY
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGE!
PHONE 9-3836
y ^g^
1* N. K 3rd ST. MIAMI 32. FLA.


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22.
FEATURES EFFECTIVE
THRU SAT.
CALIFORNIA'S FINEST JUMBO'45'
CANTALOUPES
Feotures Errectiv*
Thru Saturday
p***9&([
EACH
FANCY GOLDEN SUGAR
corn4lb-25c
OPEN
LATE
TO 9 P.M.
10-in. cut
RIB
ROAS1
EVERYBODY SAVES AT FOOD FAIR
GA. RED
TOMATOES
DOMESTIC BY the
BIG EYE P,ECE
Swiss Cheese lb
c

CHASE & SANBORN All Grinds
COFFEE S.
CRISCO

PEACHES
2 19c
Carnation Ivf"*'*
NttlK 3 S 41C
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PAGE : + Lmi*t fhrk&tr FRIDAY. AUGUST 22 Ti "Between You and Me' rm inwiMinr STE^E r. • -. %  %  ; i : %  %  i %  %  : i %  e %  : I %  %  • %  %  = =:-::? I :• % %  : BBS %  Menorah Group Ha> Theater Party : Hi: ..." Bond Council Plans Sukkoth Festival %  Aide Sucth MM auspices at Organizations' of Committee of Bonds of Israel Government will -. ;-. i -reeling of the -.bdd or. Tuesday -6*.r.. 4 p.m.. at : -. B -.an and Mrs iirmen of *--] .-eased !• -. : every Jewin the city • I the to present' • %  ••-:-. I • Mr %  a? • %  • r; ..;•' Miam: Beach tun w:ll be bond purchaser! t 2Mb 1 the dale of r. urged those •-not yet rimes of 1952 at .-.: %  edul I eetuan f i I • : V w_1 he made I T-esday's rreetHoid Joint Card Party T-Business and P: jfesLsion.i Herri and Israel, Gr jpj fift dassah will hold • !" sored Card Par-. -..**! evening. August 26th | T"' S % C 2f if* 18 M? Albe" Hauer is in charge of nforW • • \ Rooserelt Women Party The Cavalier R*>.~ Setns SOUCJ Hotel %  the Card and Q—ei Party held on Wednesday eveuns by £ Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter 'gv Brith Women, according t uLv Don Stuart, chair: er-Grar.ada Bcvrl ir.c League %  :' •-T %  %  • A • %  %  T :: -. %  : %  • ttpth Ihuiil Unrolls Student* 7 Bet :. Hi brew S m 3 • • • ghaut i t the Syna... -• -v. • i • Sui 12 l Educati D:r I WANT MY MILK And Bo 8wro m FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZES Vhamin ~D~ Milk "Milk Products" Daero Protected TEI2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at End of Bird 3. A Snapptr C'M Lcrurel Ccur! Party I 1 Sisterhood Swim-Dance 5 taste ROKEACH BORSCHT Distributed by Hi-Grade Food Co mpary — Phone 9-8456 NOW IS THE TIME TO ORDER ROSH HASHONA GIFTS FOR YOUR RELATIVES aid FRIENDS IN ISRAEL! DAY WORKERS SS & FARE cc.c = ; "i DS PAS:• z Off P._L T V£ S -.*-£ MOWES SPECIALIZING Hotel Ifihti Porters Dishwashers ACE EMPLOYMENT Je*^ 5CHP1SMEL The Isroel Government Approved lotion Fr* Gift Certrftcot* 7- H g>Ho r Z-:,i %  •* %  e- • %  erf the /ear when a g'rft f>o^ *-•• '.o i. 5 p;.; ^deep r oppredoted *-t: --^ better grft con ,;. s---zo rottoft-free Scrip Cert*<5*e •*> which rhey con BMfca o telection ... In hroel .. frora over 190 Weft sajeKy kosher feed Neat, Scrip o!to tshsj a complete HM* erf Notionofry known houter-oJd electrical opplionees. Scrip is available in units of $10, $1 5, $35, $50 and up. And Something Mew{ If ye-g p'efer to send pre-pocked kosher food, SCIH -ow o*ert 4 we".bood pockogei, ipeeo 1 / pr c *d a $9.80. $15.25, $19.50, $27 i'j. MOB otna tcaw TO IMAU, IMC, SSO W. jy n.. M. T. if, H. T. BUY SCRIP FROM THESE AUTHORIZED AGENTS Miami Beach Israel Zionist District. 420 Lincob Road Harry J Son*. 1595 Washington Avenue OF IT.MOST IMPORTANCE IX Jewish Funeral Service Nothing can take the place of a thorough knowledge of Jewish religious tradition in con-, ducting a funeral service that is correct in every particular. Through many years of faithful service to Jewish families, we have gained this all-important experience and understanding. The responsibility to conduct every service correctly and with reverence, beautyand dignity, we unreservedly accept and honor as a sacred trust. | Free Parking A UTtnr*t?*t c*. S-2528 '.* -E .;:S: KU-j 2-1776 M *--i*r si Ba: r.j= S. i. Krwdman HEBETW BOOK 1TOHK 417 WasJanoion Avs. >Cajsi Beech Bet-eex Fv-ry. ^ Pifth s ^ Hafare* Hebe*** BopphM rm %  pw aaja jsMi and Private Use. JUao for Hebrew Schools. Memorial Chapel .-.. TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Miami West Flajrlcr & 20th Ave. • Phone 9-2664 Miami Beach 1236 Washington Ave. Phone 5-7777 -5-3355 2f-HOLR AMBULANCE SERVICE EDWARD T NEWMAN. Funeral Director A1E EISE.MUC. TreMurtf IN NEW YORK: 7di Street and AaMterdam Ave. •ROOILYN a*ONX LONC ISLAND



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%  v AUGUST 22. 1?52 kwlstifk rJkttetn PAGE 13 ELIGIOUS DIRECTORY i A VAS ISRAEL SYNA}ij£ I hold Friday cveni"~ ,.: i:45 p.m. Saturday are scheduled with r.b.i Isaac Ev: g the Weekly PorVimcha will be at 6:30 vicl by Shaios Seudos iv. Daily services are a.m., and at 6:45 p.m. lETK DAVID CONGREGAW % %  • '%  %  '•' Saturday morn'.. vices it 9 a.m. Mincha is [, foi 6:30 p.m. Daily i : at B.m., and at %  IETH EL CONGREGATION I ho I ay tvc nine, services rday mornirg serv.uled for 8:3d a.m. i igy will follow t •:. Mincha at 6:15 Shaios S< uttos will conSabbath. • E:TH JACOB CONGREGA"N .'. .li hi Id Fnoav evening \ ices at 30 p.m.. with Rabbi es Mes helofJ officiating. Sat, • n ng s< i vices will be [ Mincha is scheduler C.30 p.m., followed by li i Seudos. Daily services 7:30 :. ,m., and at 6:30 p.m. • • HEBREW ACADEMY will hold ; evening services at 6:30 Satuiday morning services • tdultii tor 9 a.m. Mincha \] bt at i 30 pjn. Daily Serv. t al 7:30 a.m., ard at 6:50 V.kLZkH MIAMI SPRINGS YISH COMMUNITY CENTER • iday evening serv8! B:15 im., with Reverend Heim i ::;::at:ng. What Is !• Jew, will be the title of an | lied for reading by Begun, chairman of i! C< mmittee. Saturseivi.es are at 9 wit :•• verend He:m disring th< Weekly Portion. ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday,evening es at 8 p.m. Saturday rvices are scheduled for I •... n Rabci Abraban Sachs discussing the Weekly Portion. Mincha will b udos. • • YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at >:45 p.m. Saturday morning services are scheduled for 9 a.m. Mincha will be at 6:30 p.m., followed by Shaios Seudos. Daily services are at 8 a.m., and at 6:30 p.m. • • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold services Saturday mornirg at 9 a.m.. with Reverend Rudolf E. Brill officiating. An Oneg Shabbat will follow. Report German-Jewish Claims Talks Hearing End; Goods Slopped For Export THE HAGUE (JTA) — Members 'A the delegation oj the C ferer.ee on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany Monday indi%  tl tl lh German-Jewish reparations talks may be conluded at the end of this month, while a spokesman for the Israel i egation said that only one point of disagreement prevents conclusion of the Israel-German negotiators. The point 'f disagreement is the "stability claux .. lich the rael received as reparations from Germany. Industrial circles in Germany had feared this might aopen, endangering Germany's X or Hi llado Snls Delegate* to I'SV Convention lloro The North Dade Jewish Center Will send a delegation of is youthful affiliates to the Southeastern United Synagogue Convention scheduled for Miami Beach on August 24th through 27th. Rabbi and Mrs. Harry Ettinger. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Apfelbaum and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blank I will accompany the delegates to the Convention. The Rabbi and Apfelbaum will conduct several USY seminars, it was reported here Israel delegation demands in or%  overseas markets, but their fears der t-i secure a guarantee against were described as completely unloss from poss.ble devaluaI '"u^aed. It is further understood tion (,f Grrman currency. The that "safety clauses" have been Germans oppose this demand on '"aerted in the Israel-German the ground that it casts doubt on agreement to this effect. the stability of German currency, j It was also reported from Bonn However, a compromise is ex• that 45 percent of the goods to petted to be reached after memI be exported to Israel by Germain bers of the German Cabinet rewill be steel products, while 25 turn from their vacation. I percent will be ironware and The ooint of difference beI non-ferrous products, and 30 peltwten the Conference delegation I;ent chemicjls and other prodand the Germans is the exter.s• ucts. Terms and methods of exon of restitution to Austrian port will be decided by the GerJows n-ho suffered during German manufacturers and an Isr any s occupation of Austria, racl purchasing commission. SevThe German delegation claims eral German towns have already that Austria had a Nazi government of hsr own. The Germans therefore, argue that the present Austrian Government and not the West German Government should be \hz one to pay reparations to Austrian Jews. Meanwhile, it was reported from Bonn that government circles state there will De no re-export of German goods from IsW*W*W>W'W'W.'W''W'W'W'W-W offered their facilities to the commission for use as its headquarters, but it is believed Cologne will be selected by the Israelis. AUGUST BTOS. RV? k*J IS the Bf tTf Tecch Your Children Their Religious and Cultural Heritage BETH EL ACADEMY IS YOUR ANSWER Enroll Them Today BETH EL ACADEMY Sponsored by Congregation Beth El Opening Sejttmie: 2nd. 8:30 ajn. — Foe Children Six Years oi Age HEBREW SCHOOL — Children 7 to 12 SUNDAY SCHOOL — Children 6 to 15 REGISTER NOW! L;mij €c ) Enrollment — Phone Office of Congregation Beth El. Monday hiu Thursday, from 2 to 4:30 p.m. Wl NZ 50.000 Watts Soon Proudly Presents The Noted Playwright and Commentator MORRIS NASATIR Directing THE YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR-NOW TWICE WEEKLY Sunday — 12 noon to 1:30 p.m. Tuesday — 7 to 8 p.m. 3 FEATURES ON SUNDAY 1. A Child Is Born 2. The Rabbit Corner 3. Life Ln Israel 3 FEATURES ON TUESDAY 1. Jewish Humoi 2. News From Israel 3. Missing Persons FM XDS M XIAMiTED Will purchase tutaunts receivable, contracts* etc* tront responsible local business. Funds unlimited. Write M. &, c o leu ish Floridian. Hox 2973. Miami 18. Fla. NURSERY SCHOOL TEACHER For Local Congregation Five Mornings Per Week EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Jewish Community Center of Hollywood CALL 2-1534 I YouGito Bed TO SLEEP -NOT TO FRET Who do you know that doesn't like Kellogg's Corn Flakes? MAKE YOUR DAIRY MEALS BETTER WITH AMERICA'S FAVORITE READY-TO-EAT CEREAL • hlvt ;cis ol company when %  ;-injoy Kellogg's Corn Flakes. %  Mouse jusl atout everybody JWH ihesa tig. tsnder. golden, 2f' of rn. They're so fresh %  ha you CiR he r tm rustle bow? :C,U pour em inl your vc. l;:: bve P J n *y on hand for IT? u airy rr lU And eat to y.v near! 's content — because £*"W Corn Flekes are delicHcrr.eT 6c 6 P lab: in all Jewish 1h c 'o'si Name In Cereals" •Wr nolicr how small troubles look big to you and greater troubles seem crushing when nervous tension keeps you awakfc at night? You can't be at your best mentally or phyv ically unless you get sufficient sleep. Ml lei Nervine has helped thousands to more restful nights and more peaceful days. Ask your druggist for Miles Nervine, Follow the label — avoid excessive use. Effervescent tablets, 35c and 75c—T.iqiud, 2Sc and $1.00. Miles Laboratories, Inc., Elkhart,, Indiana. THE BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE 2625 S.W. 3rd AVENUE Extends to its members and friends BEST WISH!*, FOR A HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR We cordially invite you to attend High Holy Day Services at our Synagcgue RABBI MAX SHAPIRO end CANTOS MAURICE MAMCHES WILL CONDUCT THE SERVICES Assisted by the Beth David Choir Undfr Direction of Miriam Donnerstag RESERVATIONS MAY BE MADE DAILY AND EVERY EVENING. EXCEPT FRIDAY & SATURDAY FROM 7—9 P.M. SUNDAY 10 — 12 A.M. MILES NERVINE EOR INFORMATION. PLEASE CALL 82-4795 witk I REAL-KILL fEALKUL •MSfCTMM* St.lt Oil ACT CUAN-SMIILINO euiMNtiie CAM



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PBroAY. AUGUST 22, 1952 *M/isl tkridlicin PAGE 3 United Synagogue Youth Leaders' Group To Meet Here Beginning Sunday Evening fernnecrs from local and outl Swim-Party at the Town and i conservative congregates are expected at the Southern Regional Leaders Tra.n' nHnstitutl of the United Syna'"V Youth set to take place in giami Brach on Sunday, August %  uih through 27th. According to Bert Sher, Miami, L,ho is in charge of local ar*ngenunts. some 200 youngsters, I "Jed 15 and 16, from Florida, Gwrgia and Alabama, are ex., lU l at the Institute which will have headquarters in the San luan hotel. Most sessions and meals will be hcld in the MiamI Beach Jewish Center. Host< will be the youth groups of local congregations, many of which arc sponsored by Sisterhoods here. A three-day program of seminars and workshops has been arranged for the youngsters by Rabbi Max Shapiro, of Beth David Connrcgation. Jerome Gordon, Beth David education director, and Saul Rabin, education director Miami Beach Jewish Center. Beach Cabana Club. An informal buffet supper and dance will take place Tuesday evening at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. This ill include talks by Call Dr. Webman To Active MButy Dr. Harold Webman, Florida dentist, has been called to active duty with the Navy. A past president of the Palm Beach County Zionist Organization, Dr. Webman is also prominent in local B'nai B'rith circles and was guest of honor at a recent meeting of Palm Beach'Lodge No. 1146. Dr. Webman served with the Army as a pharmacist during World War II. Following his discharge, he returned to school, j where he subsequently received his Dental Surgery degree. Currently on tour with the Naval Reserve, Dr. Webman resides with his wife and two sons in West Palm Beach. r^V^/^^^V^ Our UN Newsletter By ARTHUR LEWIS (Copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) Mrs. Milton Sirkin Yiddish Hour Lists New Radio Feature Morris Nasatir, director of the Yiddish Classical Hour, announces the scheduled programming of a new feature entitled, Fifty Years In The Jewish Theater. Connected for some 45 years with the theater as playwright, prompter and manager, Nasatir said the new feature will include biographies of such stars as Jacob Adler. David Krssler and Bertha Kalish. Nasatir also indicated that he | still unimportant, remains a tecwilI r(V „, w thl Hves df dramator to be watched." John J. McI tists and composers, among them, \ Cloy, former American High Abraham Goldtadden, Jacob GorMcCloy Urges Vigil Of Nazis WASHINGTON (JTAi — "The iico-Nari movement in Germany, Commissioner for Germany, said in his fir.al report made public here this week. The report also attached imdin. Lei in Kobrin, Joseph Rumshinsky, Sholom Secunda and Alexander OlshaneUko. Trie' program will supersede the Yiddish Classical Hour's curBert Shet nti r workers and edu\ : | Mire speakers i Tenenbaum, Savanch irman of the •:. an-i Rab! i i stically. A. Tofield, Jacksonville, i forts thi mth I--.-. portance to the fact that a large ren t feature, A Child Is Born. I public me. ting on the theme of as S oon as it is concluded, reconciliation with the Jews was hcld last February in Berlin unj der the joint auspices of the Congress for Cultural Freedom and the Society for Christian-Jewish. Cooperation. "Prominent speakers, representing all three major West Berlin parties, gave clear Statements ot the nei d for Germany to repudiate Nazi persecutions of the Jews and clear its conscience of these ads by linking ami nds as wi re possi' 1 ." the report said. "The qual I the speeches was unusually high • c public responded enthusi o nei 'i tor the -Y group largely cami clatter of trol No1 a single trolley in Israi I. %  •y p lent CharInstead, Israelis traveling i imbus, Geoi ia, will ,v 1 settlements ire seven-pas;,• i g( r taxis, buses and the I vi i ts' for the boys and i Railway. New, speedy rail t.ansMi nairani be Portation to outlying sections of Mit'.", K,rk ." "'untry wi sured with Hh of Mi i the completion of i ew connecting n t e en! l inks A lal 'Si' amount of the funds •Hill K„ •, being used in expanding vital Rogers, both Included nt schedule will be evening Barbecue and transportation facilities ar rived from investments in of Israel onds. e deState UNITED NATIONS — The fact that Iran should be "on the list of items with which the Security Council is "seized," as the term goes here, is considered ironical in the light of what is happening now. Such a "seizure" is not the result of the Anglo-Iranian oil dispute, as might have been 'bought. That issue did not even get on the Council's agenda owing to the insistence of the Persian Premier, Mossadegh, that it was a domestic and not an international affair, and the split in Anglo-American policy. It is a hangover of the firs? case to be brought before the Security Council, the complaint of Iran that the Soviet Union would not evacuate its troops from Iranian territory after the war. What with the nationalists and the Tudeh Communists joining hands, and the collapse of the Western position generally in Iran, some Americans here are gloomily predicting that the Persian Kingdom will become a satrap of the Soviet Union, just as the Central Asian kingdoms of Bokhara, Azerbaijan and Georgia become satraps of the old Russian Empire. How could this be brought about without a violent clash between the Great Powers which is so much feared at the United Nations? It would seem that the centre of international gravity, in both senses of the word, has shifted from the hills of Korea and the streets of Berlin to the poverty stricken, oil rich country of Iran. In the view of many here. Premier Mossadegh has already taken the first step in naming the fanatical Mullah Seyed Kashani, speaker of the Maylis or parliament. It was Kashani who sent his nationalist followers to fight alongside the Tudeh Communists to overthrow the short-lived governor of the proWestern Premier. Ahmed Quavain. The next step would be for Premier Mossadegh to legalize the Tudah Party, which is still technically banned, and accept Communists into his government. Then. Iran would be well on the way to becoming e "satrap" of the Soviet Union. Of course, this may not happen. It is certainly true to say that Premier Mossadegh is no Red. However, the force of circumstances may drive him into the arms of the waiting Russians. Already, there is talk in Teheran of selling oil to the Soviet Union and of making an oil deal with the Russians. While not accepting defeat, the America) s here are not fooling themselves they i xpect that then military advisers will have t leavi Iran when their contracts expire in October. There I &\ been d mands in the Mayli that th Americans should go. Although disagreeing with the slubtorness of the British stand over Iran, the Americans had accepted it in the irierests of unity, but the turn of events no* have put Ihtem in the position of being able to say: "I told you so." Fqr once, the Americans have shown themselves to be much more realir:ic over an international issue than the British. The British were about as pig-headed and short-sighted as they have been magnanimous and far-sighted on other issues, such as granting independence to India End Burma. 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llDAY. AUGUST 22, 1952 Jenisti thrMia,m PAGE 11 ramercy Ghost tens At Ring leater Monday | C'lom'oes, the smit,ik and ghost of a Revo. War soldier, will be1 two week haunting stint iversity of Miami's Ring J, • on Monday evening, as ired character in John Holme's fanciful comedy, %  'V Ghost. I niel, played by Frank Olrefused admittance to Sol, :by General George %  ton because he failed to L an important dispatch bel, was killed by the Red|\V le haunting a house in New Gramercy Park, Nathanj in love with the house's f. tenant, Nancy Willard. playi Mai iorv Hudec. Comolica, tm when Charley Stew£ newspaper reporter, and I B rnett, a member of I, iocial set. played by | ,larl %  and William Bran[ I > court Miss Wil\ [•j resolution of this quadL scon beginning | it 25th, through at The Ring Thej r ,. ction is under the I Fred Koch, Jr. Flagler-Granada Women Hear Hair Stylist Miss Koma, of the Miss Koma Fashion Hair Styling Salon, was guest speakt r at the monthly women's meeting of the FlaglerGranada Jewish Community Center last night, discussing: Personality Development Through Beauty Care. Beach B'nai B'rith Women Hold Luncheon Miami Beach Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, announce a Chinese Luncheon on Tuesday, August 26th, 12 p.m., at the Ku Manchu Restaurant. Hostesses will be the Mesdames Max Bernstein, Nat Blumenthal and Irving Solo>aiii> Sa rl For RAMAT GAN. ISRAEL (WNS) — A street near the Tel Binyamin quarter of Ramat Gan is to be named after an Italian priest who was instrumental in saving the lives of many Jews during World War II. and who was later dpnortod to th Dachau orison Uomv Auxiliary \las Member Tea ship Tea tendered %  r Miami Women's [UN :• the Jewish Home II be held at the H itel on Tuesday, IUJ i.-1 26: 1 p.m., Mrs. Jack :ship chairman, j irly this week. A : diversion, a boat |de! i: r si dents of the Home Gardens has been arfo Thursday, August Bth. A 1 it will leave from the '.;n. 2380 Collins Avenue, I %  Mrs. Sol Silverman hare • >f reservations. foung Adults Hold toller Skating Party Thi Youi Adult Group of the \ B • Jewish Center will lull 3 Roller Skating Party at toctt.-'s Rink, 3001 NW 7th Avl iti Sunday evening, Augl>t 24tl j. in. A motorcade kill eave the Center at 8 p.m.. Inn Miss Arlene WeisI committee chair) %  FINEST QUALITY SONNY BROOK FARUC J CRE4M CHEESE '** rf> Top Refrigeration Values Italian l B ris< i camp and murdered there. The priest was Dr. Giovanni I Palatucci. The street will be I r.amed Rehov Hapodim — Dr. i Giovanni Palatucci. The suggestion to name the street was imade to the Ramat Gan Municii pal Council by a group of Italian Jpwtl frorn Fiurri'V -* WOLPERT // %  eme-foor GBP&RIGEIWOR MANUfACTURID FRESH DAILY • Cut ^. fmijl YL TT'" W Imi'^M %  jf Phone 9-0601 2, 80 N.W. 13Th Avenue "AMI, FLORIDA ~~ !" ^^ !" ^~ ffitn" full-width freezer UlKsLdeluxe features! 11-CU-ff SPACE MAKER REFRIGERATOR Wc could talk all day about the wonderful features of this beautiful new O-B Refrigerator! It has an Across-the-1 op Freezer, rustproof aluminum shelves, full-width chiller, plus the features illustrated—and more! FnmousG Esr#i1c.lin refrigerating system assures you of years of dependable service. The croof is in the record! Big Rolla-Drawersl Hold up to V* bushel of fresh fruits and vegetables! Butter Conditioner! Keeps butter just right for easy, wasteless sprcadiogl Newl Space Maker Door Shelvesl Places much-used items right at your finger lips! 1200 Coral Way vam Authorized dealer GENERAL ^) ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS



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V ftVGUST 22, 1952 *.ien/f #* FhrHi/tr FAGE 5 ft'* Itonil l4*:idrs Leave For Israel North Dade Holds Blood Donor Affair I ;; WNS) Nineti .,• > have be< n %  ol I I B are I y £ the pui! n Israel m de possi • i. i Arrw ri< in I I nit. d States. The indu al, gricull I and and will hav 11 :.. ultal i ns w I Xazi Made Honorary I'rosich'n. : .WNS) — Cornier Nazi Field Marshall Von K< selsentenced to life imprisonment, has been informed c; ::nan military organization, Stahlhelm, which has a I ol 134,000. has chosen him as its life-long honorary it The organization, it is said, is now gathering signatures n to free Von Kesselring. h n i n pn I ii Makes Stand On Arms Aoqnisiiion vV-.-HINCGTON (JTA) — A spokesman for the Israel Embassy Iexpressed "appreciation and satisfaction" this week at the announceim n : 'State Department that Israel is now eligible to receive PS Q ient aid in acquiring arms in this country. The spokes... |ded that the agreement covered reimbursiblc aid and that i srae l is enc mraged "by this important development to hope for le attention to its request, which is still pending, for mililarv i I under Section 202 of the Mutual Security Program." "'• • • • • • Parliament AdoptN Law On Deposits IRUSALEM (JTA) — The Israel Parliament this week adopted in final reading the compulsory loan bill which gives the Financi Minister the right to ask banks for information on deposits. 1) •/ Naftail, Minister for Economic Coordination, told the Council that controls on foreign exchange would mtrola to be lifted. The government, he said, was conslant] ir tl g for way and means to make (Controls more efficifiel la in which they n ust be continued. • • c Optimistic Over Israrl 3n\estmentfl "ON (JTA) — Mutual Security Administration authistic over the prospects of new American Invest•I as a result of encouraging reactions to foreign inintee programs similar to the new America-Israi I Mutual Security Administration staff here-is preI • le inquirn s from business men who are expected to %  • n on the new guarantees extended to encourage stment in Isra< 1. • • • Flying Saneer Reported Over Israel A local n len eporl tl i tl at h %  fl; ng al ve Mount Ca i Hi d< K Da %  : t Cenl i. i that C ad I | aid b %  served aft< i &< >natioi He also said that hal blood donations would go to the I aimed forces, with the remainder j being credited to the Center's i Blood Bank. Ben-Gurion Airs East Powder Keg ; Weiland Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Jonas Weiland, formerly of 1515 Cleveland Road, Biscayne Point, will take place Sunday, August 24th at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, at 1 p.m. Mr. Weiland, who died in an airplane crash on August 23rd, 1951, was the owner of Station WINZ. He is survived by his wife, Lenore; three children. Meredith, Jonas, Jr., and Fern, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Weiland, of Hollywood, Fla., and one sister. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmord*s Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Shklair Receives Phn Todn.' rhis he emphasizi manda Israel's uttermost preparedness. At the same time. Mr. BenGurion stretched out a hand of peace to Egypt ar.d declared that there is no reason for any conflict between the two countries. "There is no territorial quarrel between Israel and Egypt On the contrary, peace between the two countries would help Egypt to j strengthen its international stat; us." Israel. Premier Ben-Gurion Stressed, is not hostile to Egypt because of ancient times or even because of its recent invasion. "We did not dream of attacking Egypt when the former regime trembled, and the new regime ; was not settled as yet." he said. I "We greet Egypt as far as her I present government strives for I peace. However, nobody can yet toretell whether the Egyptian, regime now is for peace or tor war. We must, therefore, be prepared, alert and wise." With regard to Sj I • .. t Premier pointed e.ut that the Syrian miutarv dictator Oe I iel, escaped However, now ; 1 Hit rite 1 hii n "1 sh< : %  not :. !. .. such thieats can I • %  rec >ni iled with Syria's belonging to the United Nations, but from our defense viewpoint, wa FT. ust rely only upon ourselves ar.d not on external forces," he declared. Mr. Ben-Gurion delivered his address in support of a governmert bill requesting that military service for Israelis be increased from 24 months to a 30-month, period. He called vigorously for "relentless preparedness" emphasizing that Israel's enemies "did not sit idly during the last four years and were preparing themselves" against the Jewish state. 'There is no doubt," he said, "that mere are many among the Arabs who desire peace with Israel. But their voice is seldom heard. Most nations of the world are interested in peace between Israel and the Arab countries; nevertheless there is no peac?. Tne situation in the neighboring countries does mt forecast stability and peace. The contrary is true. 1 tr.e entire Middle East only Turkey and Israel are stabilized," nted out. Gables Sisterhood Party flying above Mount Cam He di %  i %  %  :• % %  j abc il the saucer and I I '• > %  :'v L m >8ay Address !WR Leaders N I t Tru ess tl Jewish Welfa B tion for Gi ce which in or Ort ber I7th. He told this to JWB le Wi. le Hi U e. Sam Gershovitz, JWB executivi t,.reported thai le Pn I dd he wi tuld be vej> it the invitation, provided his commitments "as i ; of the Democratic Partj in j ilecl n i I ivitj • lim to do so • • %  •• Hooligans l)iiiag> .lewisli Tenler %  p.:.... at the Center. 1 .... Dr. Do:act Zinner Heads A3pha Orr.eep Group At a recenl dinner at t : e W st\ iew Country Club, the Greater M! irby Washington, D.C.. who were themselves doing n work. Police are now investigating. Jews Dismissed From Oil Rtefinerv ONDON (WNS) — According to a dispatch received here Yugoslavia, all Jewish engineers and officials who : the Rumanian oil refineries of PloestJ have been their posts. The report states that Russian oil specBaku and other Soviet oil centers have taken their • • Israel Will Permit .lews Exit Visas EM (JTA) — Minister of Interior Mosl.e Shapiro told i %  i week that the Israel Government will continue its r igarding those persons desiring to leave Israel perm' %  ng as defense and treasury regulations arc not afpiro said, the government will freely issue exist I s. He added that Israeli passports are ready and tied to passport, and desiring it, can get one soon. i %  I II Praises Israel's I alholir Treatment 3 AIRES (JTA) — The Catholic situation in Israel is n certain Christian countries, Gustavo J. Franceschi. deI 'Uowing his return from a visit to the Jewish State. hi quoted statements of Catholic dignitaries in 18*he normal Christian religious life there. "The existing hurdles function in the freest manner, without any private l_ ferer.oai in their internal existence," he stated. %  Badassah Inherits Russian Bequests •N FRANCISCO (JTA) — The Bank of America this week. a check for $17,726 to the San Jose chapter of Hadassah. ,' '• discharged the testamentary wish of the late Alter 1 the residue of his estate be used "to help the Jewish £'"' 1 rty percent of his estate went to relatives in this area. j to a sister and her two children in Russia, all of whom lied during the war, were claimed by the Soviet authorities, sir claim was dismissed by the court which approved the ..„ '"^commendation, as trustee, to turn the residue of the estate '" %  :_ Hadassah. Dr. Gtorge Graham, pn elect; Dr. ArtWur Sokoloff, tn .-• un-r: Dr. Mel Beck*'!-, secretary: and Dr. Max Tendrich, editor and histoi iart. Anangements were also at that time for Dr. Harry Jolley. national president of Toronto. 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W. 3rd St. Phone 87-8201 Dr. Daniel Hammond, Hammonds Open Medical Offices Daniel O Hammond and D.\ M •'" H >nd announce the "1 ofI %  .-: 15th Street, Venetia <' %  %  mi. D: Da: Hami nd is a Johi Ho] kins United the Ml) dethe L'ni versitj I '.: • 1942 Sinci thai een eng ged in resfields and < teti '.: %  rial H | ital, Uni• %  .. and at the .' • : i ;• rgia, Augusta. Dr. Morton Hammond is a spec. • in Allergy and Internal Medicine. He is a former as : sociate of Dr. Leo Crisp, Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania. Builders of Immortal Memorials for the p-Drt <* nian Jewish Trade Represented by Simon Belden Look for the 2-Story White Building Thurmond Monument Co. MARKERS S40.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3249 ... M 1 i .i*m--ii.*i.****i-. T Capitol Spotlight BY MILTON FRIEDMAN (Copyright. 1952. Je wish Telegrap hic Agencv. Inn ....,, L LV % % %  L.L ^^ WASHINGTON — Anti-Jewish material, prepares by faZ Soviet i itizen, is being distributed by the Department <1 StateT?' Office of Intelligence Research of the department is dissemm2!l allegations that Jews are treated with favoritism in the Soviet^r, 4 1 This is going on at the same lime that the Library of Conm*,! through its Legislative Reference Service, is making documeBull I charges that Russian Jews are the terrorized victim* of anti-S. I itism. The obvious conclusion is thai either the Stale Depart,," 1 Of the Library of Congress is putting out a lot of hokum Tk.1 Siate Department report, which contains the observations 0( Ukranian who deserted the Red Army, is entitled. The Sovit Union As Reported By Former Soviet Citizens. I "He told the story of an occasion in 1939," the report saJ "when a Ukrainian Jew stole some sugar beets from a cart relml ing to a resident of and the latter struck the Jew in t-'<."'=£I The case was reported to the chairman of the village s< viet a-dtful man who struck the blow was taken away and never hi ard o''_ ea i,| The source said that if it had been anyone but a Jew. no suchVisvl tion would have been taken." The source is directly quoted as ud ing, "Jews never become soldiers." The material is intended "to make available to students <.l Soviet Affairs basic data for their reseatch from sources not rndihi available." There is a sentence, buried in the middle i a parae-aJI cribing the report, which states that the substanc. i | the matel lal is unevaluated by the State Department and di i s no) sarily reflect the views of the department or any othi. \ ., --. agency. A careful study of the report indicates that although the source was described as "able-bodied" during the Nazi invasion ihtre was no mention of any anti-Nazi action on his part in either the guerrilas or regular army. He was drafted ir.to the Red Arir.y a f. ler fhe war and became a master sergeant. Because of his hatred for Communism, he deserted and entered Western Europe as i political refugee. Now he emerges as the source of anti-Jewish material extensively printed and widely distributed by the Start Department. He is not named because the department fears fothe safety of his family which remains in the Ukraine. The report says: "During his army service fron ;M| the source ol anti-Semitic feelings in the army. It I tremely dangerous to speak openly against the Jews! F lie could receive a stiff prison sentence. He said thi--Jen] never became soldiers'. The Jew is crafty, is able to work witi his head and holds such positions as doctor, supplv of::c, %  a u<~ or any position with the rank of officer. He said" thi „*. j to tell mild, harmless jokes about Jews which were not offensive. The source himself said he had no feeling of prejudkel against the Jewish race." "The source said that in his native village there were a halfdozen Jews in a population of 2.000 persons and recalled little a-.ti-' Semitic feeling. During the German occupation a few person expressed the opinion that it was good the Germans had killed the wt, JSSz ln fi tm ral onlv sympathy was expressed i-. t eir behalf," This "material" on Russian Jews did not make up the entire report but was found in a special sub-section. The rest cf the report dealt with the Red Army and other subjects. State Department sources, questioned about the report, defended it. Ther said it was valuable to the many Americans hungry for informslion from behind the Iron Curtain. However, the Stale Department did feel that people should analyze such reports before accepting all the details. It was a "sponge report," so called because aiate Department intelligence "wrings out" everything a source knows about the Soviet Union. An official, who would speak only When promised anonymity, was asked whether or not it mace an, ?}!7" 'A. such '"diligence sources were anti-Semitic. He replied that the important factor, which overshadowed any other consideration, was that they were anti-Communist. It was likely, ne added, hat a few Russians may have suffered at the hands Tl c. ? W, S > comm,ss s and therefore became anti-Semitic* ine state Department may know how objectively to wring or*] H''^' ^'' s B V 0 rdinarv citizenj will fir.d themselves ronfrontei : ,'? '''V '' K 11 ,lu '"' '" believe that Jews an treat I cm,',;'" m 1 Tl" Th,s ma deceive a lot of peopl. "'" n,l t '1 '"' 1 Jewish refugees from Eastern En General Repair on all Make Trucka and Cara Electric and Acetylene Welding COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrecks Rebuilt Body Repairs and Painting Ok „. ck U P n <> Delivery — Wrecker Sen-Ice Phone, 3--H. JMJ1 g40 s w m s r „, SAFETY GLASS INSTALLED IN ALL CARS UJWm LOCB & HARDWARE EXPERT REPAIRS ON HYDRAULIC WINDOWS Sales and Service at 1304 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 9-3U4 Listen to Schacter's JEWISH RADIO HOUR Three Times Weekly Sunday—2 3 p.m. urtanw* 7 a d Fridav — a-m. WMBM 800 on Your Dial SPECIAL FEATURE THE JEWISH PHILOSOPHER The Most Interesting Radio Personality Jacob Schachter Director NORMAN R. LYONS New.ca.ter ana Hittorieil Narrator WOLPERTS MID-SUMMER FURNITURE CLEARANCE! T HOI S AWS OV MTEMS THHOUGHWJt THE STORE MARKED DOWN 20 to 50% 1200 CORAL WAY OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 9 P.M.



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LAY. AUGUST 22, 1952 vJewist noridUan PAGE 1 1 5 LEGAL NOTICE "VrnilNTV JUDGE'S COURT i !" fn FOR DADE COUNTY, '"%! Mr ATa ..(• fit" I )J* L£?D 1 %  lil.O()MHERIi. lEOR'JE Deceased. MOTICE TO CREDITORS I ,'mlii"r< and All Person. lining Claims or Demands Against S;l 1 E tR,e: „ •ul each of von, are hereby ,,';,. '.,',„| required to present any JS, and I dimSSS which Wg. or t'T i vou. may have against the [ %  %  late "f Dade County, FlorSt'.l-' .. _.^l~ .... ...Iv 1,1,1,'..-. LEGAL MOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CRYSTAL UKAITY SHOI', al 1089J N. E. 6th Avenue, Miami. Ha., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ANNE BALKE i/i-g-ii-n I. %  1 Honorable County Judges nAe county, and file the same In 1 •• in the County Courthouse ,•„„„„-. Florida within l,,. >nd*r month, from the date fih, -t publication hereof. Said demand* to contain the ns ,.( the claimant and to :., ami presented as aforeiiii. will he barred. ...... |5th da) •> %  August, A.D.. iVID M lll/K)MBERO and IBBRT IItliOOMHERn. executors of the Estate George W. Bloomberg. '. eased. kpi'i' 1. BlyOOMBEHa • 1 .. Estate 1 Building I "•"•da ^OTiCE UNDER FICTITIOUS N0 NAME LAW kliTien IS HEREBY GIVEN that I, s | K n, I desiring to engage in > inder the fictitious name of l\p CAlil'.KR SIKH", at 6S0 ti. \\ 1 ml Springs). Fla.. Intend : ante with the Clerk • ;rt (if Dade County, A HENRY RUSflO ASII'.AI^OAKRIDO %  AM V M. PRHD ,. Applicants %  -, !.| Bids;. 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 632 8. VV. 1st Avenue, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. ISADDR HERSKOWITZ HARRY HKHSKOWITZ MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Applicant HE Seybold Building Miami 32, Fla. 8/X-15-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW • : is HEREBY OIVEN that null signed, desiring to engage in mder the fictitious name of ,i:\l, 11 \ B LE S CHILDREN'S H)P. ai 2328 Ponce De Leon 1 1 1 laldes, Fla.. Intends : %  ime with the Clerk nt c IUI t "f Dade county I%  MR SAMl'EL SCHEINMAN I NOTICE I -• HEREBY GIVEN b> : the discontinuance the fictitious name, IRE 1 'I 81 'I III I'l.' >RBERN VRD BEBCHL'CK HAROLD P. WEISS %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BASE DRIVE-IN, at 13SV) N. \V. 27th Avenue, Opa Locka. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL I'OI,LACK Sole owner MORTON ROTHENBERG Attorney fur Samuel Pollack S/8-15-22-21 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE COURT OF THE ILEVE'.TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. NO 152039 IIS i.N JoH.NSoN. Plaintiff %  \ HER I. JOHNSON, 1 lefendanl NOT CE BY PUBLICATION I • ndei I. .1 .bus..11 M. 111 .. %  b'treel I i-eii, Washington Vol' iRE HEREBY NOTIFIED III of 1 'omplaInt for Iilvori e 1 ed AK llnsl you, and you % rrq • 1 to serve copy of lour 11. idtng to the Bill of %  11 ihe plaintiffs attorney, iei _. 120 Lincoln Road, • ai h, !•".>i Ida, and tile the Vnswer or Pleading In the the Clerk of the Circuit %  %  lunty, Florida, on or .I da) oi September, • vine the allegations of the I II f Con ulalnt will be taken 1 t>\ you and judgment %  taken against you imieii in the Bill ii %  \ND ORDERED at Miami. lay of August, 1953 LEATHERMAN, lit Court NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 152186 EDSON KARL DOWE \ s MARGARET DOWE 7684 South ZOth Street Newark. New Jers.-\ SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti i Margaret Dowe You aie hereby notified that a Rill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you ( and you are required to serve a eop> ..f your Ansrtci or Pleading to the Hi'l of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, STEPHEN K KEBSLER, 2200 West Flagler Street, Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer oi Pleading in the offl f the Clerk of the Circuit Courl on or before the |Jth day of September, 1952. If you fail t.. do s... judgment bj default will be taken against you foi the relief demanded in the Hill of Complaint This notice shall be published once ea.h week for four consecutlvi weeks in THE JEWISH PLORIIHAN In >NE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, thii l-ih daj ol August, A. l>. 19 %  -'. i: B. LEATHERMAN, Cli rk, Circuit Court. Dadi County, Florida (Circuit Courl b'eal) B) M, C. FEIOE, 1 icput v i 'lerk STEPHEN F. RESSI.ER Attorney foi Plaintiff jjOO West Flagli Btrei I S 15-22-29 — : %  %  IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. 152015 KREDNA LUCILLE REED. Plaintiff Vs. ELY LEE REED, Defendant ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: ELY LEE It ICED. Residence unknown. You are notified hereby, that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you In the above styled cause and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer on the plaintiffs attorney and file the original in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for Dade County, Florida on or before the 8'.h d-y of September, 1951, otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by vou. Dated at Miami. Dade County, Florida this 6th day of August, 1952. E. It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court (Circuit Court Seal) liy M. C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk MANUEL I.I I:i:T. Attorney for Plaintiff lawyers Building 228 N. E. 2nd Ave. Miami. Florida 8/8-15-22-29 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 151809 RUTH WEINREB FINE. Plaintiff, -againstPAUL KINK. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Vol': PAUL FINE, care of General 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 Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's attorney. MAX R. SILVKH, 922 Seybold Building, Miami. Florida, and flic the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk Of tinCircuit Court on Ar before the 28th day of August, 1952. If you fall to do so. judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief deliiallded In the Bill of i i 'omplalnt. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 29th day of July, 1962. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. I ia.|e i 'o inty, Florida (Circuit Court s.-.ili By WM W, STOCKING, „ Deputy Clerk MAX I!. SILVER • for Plaintiff 922 Be %  bold H illding Miami 12, Florida 8 1-8-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of HOME OWNERS .SURVEY, at 2500 Ponce De l^eon Blvd.. Coral Gables, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HERBERT NEILINGER Sole Owner MILTON MAMBER Attorney for Applicant 1 Lincoln Road Rldg. Miami Beach. Fla. 8/22-29 — 9/5-12 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 50990 Notice is hereby given that Nathaniel W. Siegel. holder of City of Miami Tax Sale Certificate Numbered 1915. dated the 5th day of June, A. D. 19511, has filed said Certificate In my office, and has made a|ipllcatlon for tax deed to Issue thereon In accordance with law. Said Certificate embraces the following described property, situated in Dade County, Florida, to-wlt: W 41' lot 12, Block 17. Alice Baldwin Et Al Subdivision Amended. Plat Book B, Page 87, in the City of Miami, County of I>ade. State of Florida. The assessment of said property under the Certificate Issued was In the name of Unknown. Uolesg said Certificate shall be redeemed according to law. tax deed will issue thereon on the 24th day of September, A. D. 195 2. Dated this 20th day of August. A. D. 1952. B, B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit court. Dade County. Florida. (Circuit Court S.a] i By N. C. BTERRETT, Depute Clerk 8/22-29 — 9/5-12-1'." I • II RICE, JR. I' it) clerk NC CE LNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IEREBT GIVEN that le ring t" engage In fli tltloui name of I'ROITCTS, at 241 N. W. v • I, Fla intends to • r.li the Clerk of of Daile County. I f | I'l! >.I:I.\\I-II STEINER, Sole Owner I)* K SILVER %!• %  [" % %  %  %  Applicant F Building it -... net > MARX M F'ABER Attorney for Appll ints 412 Congress Building Miami. Florida s 1-8-15-22 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORPA. IN CHANCERY. No. 151770 YOLANDA VKTRA.V'i, Plaintiff. VS. KUAN VETRANO, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION You. ELIAS VETRANO, Ul Midland Avenue, Yonkers, New York, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Dlvon e has beell filed against you, and you are required to serve I cop) of youi Answer or Pleading to th.Bill or Complaint on the plaintiff's attorney, THEODORE .I SAKOWITZ, '.'-'.' Seybold Building. Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of th, Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 28th day of August, 1951 If vou fail to So so, judgment by default will be tak.n against you for the relief demanded in the Rill "f Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 2sth da) of July, 195*. F:. B. LEATHERMAN. clerk. Circuit Court, I lade Count). Florida (Circuit Court Seal) B) WM W STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. 8/1-8-15-22 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 151704 JAMES F. REID, Plaintiff vs. MARIA REID, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: MARIA REID 435 West 49th Street New York. New York Vou. Maria Reld. are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and VOU are required to serve a COW of vour Answer or Pleading to the Bill' of Complaint on the Plaintiffs Attornev. AMOS' BENJAMIN. &0S Olympla Building. Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the LVth day of August, 1952. if you fall to do' so. Judgment bv default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill % %  < Complaint DONE AND OH1>F:P.F:D at Miami. Florida, this 84th day of July. Ittt. E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, circuit Court Dade County, Florida By WM W STOCKING 'Deputy Clerk Mardecai Ihinzis Mes At §5 NEW YORK (JTA) — Mordecai Danzis, noted Yiddish journalist and editor, died here this week following a long illness at the age of 65. Until recently he had been editor-in-chief of The Day. A native of the Ukraine, Danzis came to the United States in 1907, and soon made a name for himself as a poet and writer. He was managing editor of the Jewish Daily News until its merger with the Jewish Morning Journal in 1928, at which time he joined the staff of The Day. He became editor-in-chief of The Day in 1948, and served in that capacity until his recent illness. He travelled widely in Europe, Asia and Latin America and was a frequent visitor in Israel. A close friend of the late Vladimar Jabotinsky, Danzis aided him in establishing a Zionist-Revisionist movement in this country and later served as president of the American group. He was an active supporter of the Irgun Zvai Laumi which fought the British in mandated Palestine. He had also served as vice president of the Peretz Verein, the Jewish Writer Union. He was well-known as a lecturer and for his radio news commentaries ir. Yiddish. S 1-1-15-22 ££*GUST BROS R V/ A v i, ,.,, /i* sr' 2i NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 50993 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that Nathaniel \V. Siegel, holder of Little IL.N.-I Valle) Drainage District Mi Certificates numbered %  '.'< and 121, dated the 29Hi day of May, A. D. 1'.'5". bas tiled *-ani certificated In my ol flee, and has made application for tax deed to Issue thereon In iccordatu-e with law Said certificates embrace the following described oi iv. situated in Dad.County, State of i, to wit: i ..i .. i h ... PI new i Pai Sub., Plat Book 6, Page 12, i county of I lade, State ol Iloi Ida, as et Perth Th.assessmi nl of a Id i iiml.' was in thi %  f H. H Ti 1...1 Jl, I'.l... k 8, West L-lttli River Tract No. -. A %  I % %  % %  24, Page %  In the Count) of Dadi .-• ite .,I lot io.i. as en hi ai • i '< rtlfh ate N" 121 TI in of said •>! "!•• i' I ni ill i ei llfl' ate Issued was In the mi me of Edw .n A Urunath. rules-,i d ci ates shall be redeemed mi ordlng t-law, tax fli • I uiil issue the:. ..II on the 2lth d. of Septen bei A I > 1952, Dated this 19th day of August, A D, I-:. B. LEATHEAMAN, clerk. Circuit Cou t, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Heal) B) S '' 8TERRETT, I it) Clerk II I2-2J — 9 5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREB? GIVEN that th.undersigned, di i ni to engag business under the fictitious name THE LITTLE COPA, at 1087 N 7!itti Street, Miami, Florida, Intend reglstei se d name with the Clerk the Circuit iK>I Ida. US tourists visiting Israel to view first-hand the country's huge industrial strides, aided by the S500.000.000 State of Israel Bond Drive, need not be homesick for familiar names. Among a host of others, there's a Broadway Beauty Parlor in Jerusalem, Brooklyn Ice Cream Palace on Tel Aviv's oceanfront and for tin West Coaster longing for a glimpse of home, a HoUywood Cafe. For those hailing from a US Tt %  rit irj, tht n always the Alas.. Cafi in Jerusali Israi lis I on as Americans. More populai I day than the one-time fav c I i; red wati hich tastes ...:ng like American beverages, is Mitz, or orangi grapefruit drinks. The bottled Mitz is produced at several Israeli c >ni : ns, the la g< st which is Assis Distilleries, a firm mar Tel Aviv that will soon undertake to extract sugar frot-.i beets with the assistance of Israel Bor.d investments. LEGAL, NOTICE of E to of Court of Dade County, SAMl'EL I' RIFK1N LEN' >RE .1 RIFKIN A: IICI-NKl: foi Applicants in TNI :i: Attorne) %  R2n >l\ mpla Bldg Miami It, Florid i B) BCD IHiXKi: S -':'-.':' — 9 5-12 IN In NOTICE TO CREDITORS THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 285S9A Ite: ESTATE oF' SAMUEL B, SACKS. Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of vou. may have against the estate of SAMUEL S SACKS, deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the Hon. \V P. I1I.ANTON, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the C'almaSJt and to he sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date August n. A iv I9SS. MAE .1 SELTZER ADELAIDE COHEN AB Executrlces of the Flstate of. and As Executrlces of the Iast Will and Testament of SAMI*F:L S. SACKS. 1 '.-ceased. KOWER MANNHEIMER Attorneys for Bxecutrtces IL'i Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida 3 15-22-29 I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl H lei signed, desiring to eng under the 11< tltlous name %  f PALM '' 'CRT BEAUTY SALON il ::ii -ird st intends to reglst' said nan,, n i'h the Clei k of thi %  euit Court of I lad.i 'ounty, Florl Rl iBERT D WAXLER MYERS, HEIMAN ft KAPLAN Attorne) s for Appll' ant Seybold Bldg, • 22 29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN I the undei signed, desli Ing to a uiid.r the fietltious n I JERI s CLEANERS AND LAUN st ::i7 23rd Street, Miami Bi i F'la Intends t-register said with th.Clerk of tinCircuit Court of Dade County, Plorlda. BENJAMIN WEINSTEIN Sole i iwner HENRY NUS8ENBAUM Attorney for Applicant inn s. vi.oid Bldg. g, 1-8-15-22 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Th. Jajwtah noMdlan oDdbj your lexjol notice*. W* oppradot* T oar patronage) and auarantmm accunxto sccrlo* at legal rats*. Phone 2-1141 lor meaaenger %  •rvica. SEITLIN & COMPANY PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGE! PHONE 9-3836 y ^g^ 1* N. 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ii^liB\wiislh-IEIIiDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY VOLUME 25—Number 34 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. AUGUST 22. 1952 PRICE: TEN CENTS Local Leaders Join Israel Bond Cabinet Here; Schedule Planning Meeting T W tv-three civic, business Philip Berkowitz, Sidney I. Bernbaum, Sam Blank, Benjamin Bronston, Jules P. Channing, Joseph Cherner, Moe Feingold, Mrs. Dorothy Kreiger Fink, Dr. Stanley Frehling, Samuel Friedland. Charles Fruchtman, Mrs. Harry Gersten. Ben Giller, Isidore Goldberg, Dr. Morris Goodman, Emil Gould, Leon Jacebs, Howard Kane, Ben Klein, Abe Kurman, Sam Lachman, Sidney Lefcourt, Seymour B. Liebman, Joseph M. Lipton, Dr. Robert Litowitz, Dr. Louis Lytton, Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Benjamin Meyers, Stanley C. Myers. Charles Millman, Max Orovitz, Louis Pritikin and Theodore Pritikin. Others are Joseph Rose, Alex Rubin, Dan B. Ruskin, Harold Shapiro, Mrs. Joseph Shawmut, Jacob Sher, Harry Simonhoff, William D. Singer, Harry Sirkin, Harry Sonz, Jack B. Spund, Dr. Joseph M. Weidberg, Napthali A. Weidberg, Carl Weinkle, Sam Weissel and Mitchell Wolfson. professional leaders of the Create. Miami Jewish Communitv at a luncheon meeting last Friday held in the Biscayne Terrace Hotel, became charter members of the 1952 campaign cabinet for the State of Israel Bond n r ive ." be formally launched in September. Invitations have been sent to a number of additional communit leaders to join the cabinet an d attend the first planning meeting of the body scheduled for M< "day night. August 25th, 8 pin.. in the Board Room of the Great-. Miami Jewish Federation Max Orovitz, co-chairman pf the B' nd Drive, said that plans ... e re being formulated to make this year's campaign an intensive one Local leaders named to the campaign tab.net include: Jack Ablin. Sidney D. Ansin, R. WilApte, Mrs. David Bass. Auerbach Commits Suicide After Verdict MUNICH (JTA) — Jewish enterprises in Bavaria were closed Monday during the funeral of Philip Auerbach, former head of the Bavarian Restitution Office, who committed suicide after being sentenced last Thursday by a German court which included three ex-Nazi judges to 30 months' imprisonment for embezzlement of restitution funds. Liberal circles in Munich bility anj even justification of Withdraw Official Status From Jewish Agency JERUSALEM (JTA) — The bill conferring special status in Israel upon the Jewish Agency was unexpectedly withdrawn from the Kmsset this week by Premier-David Ben-Gurion after a sharply amended version of the Government bill had been given its second leading. ^^r.. .... The Premier's action was taken after "Incidental voting on the measure when it came up for its bill was described as a setback second reading, ''radically changed the law." The changes, carried by a vote of 31 to 27, at a ssion lrom which more than 1 alf the members of Parliament were absent, had the effect of changing the proposed status of the Win Id Zionist Organization and the Jewish Agency from that if 'authorized agency" of the Jewish people for the development ar.d colonization of Israel — as specified in the Governbill — to that of "representative organization of all the Jewish people." Th< Government text had been arrived at in agreement between Mi B" n Gurion and the Jewish Age i y Executive. It was assailed by Mapam spokesmen during the debate on the second reading as they demanded bet1 • %  ; nditiona and greater freedom in Israel for the Zionist Organization. Amendment of the was described as a for the Premier. The future of the status bill was under Cabinet discussion this week and it was expected that the measure would be re-introduced shortly by the Government. Withdrawal of the measure was a move unprecedented in Israel's brief parliamentary history. The Knesset's Home Committee announced however that the Government action was legal from the viewpoint of parliamentary procedure which provides that "the government is entitled to withdraw any bill introduced by them at whatever stage of deliberations." The Government's action in withdrawing the bill was approved by Davar, organ of the Histadrut, which warned that a status for the World Zionist Organization making it representative of "all the Jewish people" would cause difficulties. David Zvi Pinka* Sufcumbs To Heart Attack At 57: Dies In Hotel Room TEL AVIV (JTA) — Members blamed the American occupatior. authorities for Auerbach's suicide. [ They pointed out that the occupation authorities were responsible for his appointment to the post of Restitution Commissioner and that his tr.al should have been conducted in camera before an Allied court and not before a German court. Other circles here pointed out that Auerbach tried to secure at least some restitution to victims of Nazism at a time when Ger%  man authorities were doing their best to reduce restitution to a minimum and postpone it as long as possible. Some emphasized that it was an "utterly unintelligible mistake" to appoint a court composed of former members of the Nazi Party to try a Jew who was a former inmate of a Nazi concentration camp. Prior to his suicide, Auerbach had announced that he would appeal his conviction for misappropriation and other charges, as well as the court sentence. He tremed the verdict "a second Dreyfus verdict, a terror verdict like those handed down in Communist East Germany." Rabbi Aaron Ohrenstein. who was convicted with Auerbach and sentenced to one years imprisonment, charged that the verdict showed "discrimination against Jewry." Motions for a new trial made by Joseph Klibansky, defer.se counsel, were rejected by the court which the defense accused of prejudice. Auerbach, former concentration camp inmate, was removed as director of the Bavarian restitution office and arrested more than a years ago, on charges including misappropriation, fraud and bribery. The Auerbach trial in Munich "lit up as with a searchlight, the sad hatreds which have been seething there during the seven post-war years." the Manchester Guardian said in an editorial on the trial, it was reported from London. It declared that while the technical charges against Auerbach might have been juridically proved and legal justice done, there was question as to "the moral and politi-al advisa•.his trial" Auerbach, the editorial noted, had been charged with "err.bezblemert, blackmail, accepting bribes and attempted submission of false statements." The paper said that "few of those who lived t.-.rough the 'sauve qui peut' anarchy c£ postwar Germany — whether Allied troops. Germans or victims of ths Germans—were %  .'.gai Ltiass >f one or other of these offenses in either a good or bad cause." It point" i out that 21 of Auerbach's relatives nad been slain by the Nazis, that Auerbach himj self was a lifelong invalid as a result of Nazi persecutions and | that he had already spent 141 mirths in prison awaiting trial. Yet, it said. Auerbach. according to the testimony of German ofli.ials, "displayed drive and energy enough on behalf of his own tormented people to enable 80,000 of them to emigrate and start new lives and he had saved the restitution funds of Bavaria from being dissipated through devaluation, in the currency reform." The pjper declared that "the tone and setting of the Auerbach trial seem to have. been even more questionable than the fact of its being held. A'Free Democratic member of the Bavarian Parliament declared that it was disgraceful' that former Nazis should try a Jew ar.d compared the presiding judge's conduct to that of Preisler, a notorious judge of Hitler's People Court. In spite of Jewish protests, the proceedings were started during Passover. "Whatever the ottenses of the convicted man," the editorial declared, "the reemergence in episodes such as those of the past which Germany has still to expiate is making a disquieting impression on the outside world. Auschwitz ar.d Belson are not so far awav that the German loaders have the right to forget them when decidirg who.v. they may sit in judgment upon and how they will do it. And many recent incidents in Bavaria suggest the old anti-Semitic past out of which Hitlerism arose is not dead after all." ***** Restitution Office Resumes Activity MUNICH (JTA) — The Bavarian State Restitution office, which was not operating during the several months when the Auerbach trial took place, Monday announced the resumption of its work. There are some 121),000 restitution and indemnification claims awaiting settlement by this office, it was revealed here. At the same time, it was also reported than an agreement was reached between the Jewish Restitution Successor Organization and the Jewish Community of Munich u-.der which the com.T unity is to receive about 1.000,; 000 marks worth of former Jewi ish communal and heirless prop| erty. Meanwhile. Anti-Semitic leaflets bearing Nazi swastikas were distributed in southern Bavaria, I calling on the Germans "to remember" the Nazi war criminI als sentenced to death by the I Allies. C of the government headed by A President Josef Sprinzak and Premier David Ben-Gurion led t! ir countrymen this week 1 ing last tribute to David Zvi Pinkas, Minister of Communications, who died suddenly at %  : 57, from a heart ailment. Mr. Pinkas died in his room at David Hotel, Jerusalem, ourse 'if the night. His discovered when appear for a conference n eml era ol the i abhad been suffering from condition tor several death w;i S the second e Israel Cabinet within veeks, following that of .'render Bliezer Kaplan. in.' body lay in state in Tel v in the former Parliment u, Wn g, with an honor guard P" anting the Israel defense ""'•rhe funeral procession led v members Of the Cabinet, Wind through the streets of the J'y. stopping before the home of jndec-ased statesman and again WhEh K h l Gl ? at Synagogue of nich he had been president. InDi put A\ tornmer.t was in the Old Cemetery near the tomb of his parents. David Zvi Pinkas was born in Hungary, educated in Vienna and came to Palestine in 1925. A banker by profession, he was managir.g director of the Mizrachi Bank and chairman of the finance committee in the first Knesset. He was a leading figure in the Mizrachi movement. Tributes to Mr. Pinkas were i voiced by Jewish leaders and or. sanitations in all countries. (The Times of London said he was "far and awav the most able and In conciliatory member of the Orthodox bloc in the Knesset, and it may be hard to find a cabinet Mic-cissor Mining the remaining members who would be acceptable to Mr. Ben-Gurion and his Mapai Party.) Premier Ben-Gurion temporally assumed responsibilities of the ministry left vacant by Mr. ( Pinkas' death as discussions began over designation of a sue; ceaaor. Mizrachi leaders it was ( reported, would have liked to, name Dr. Aaron Barth. also a banker, whose appointment | would be welcomed in wide cir| tries but the state of Dr Barth s j health was said to preclude his I acceptance of the arduous post. ommies Flay US VIENNA (JTA) — The Communist organ. Folkstimme. last week assailed the United States position on the Nazi amnesty laws. It asserted that the United States objected to the amnesty not out of anti-Fascism but because it wants to keep a weapon to use against "former Nazis wh > refuse to jump on the American bandwagon." American concern over the indemnification laws, the paper said, was colored by the American desire to protect "the property of Rothschild and those former Austrian capitalists who are now Americans." An explanation of the American stand was offered the Austrian public by the US-sponsored Vienna daily. Viener Kurier, which said that the .issue trans-' cended the local scene and had a direct bearing on Austria's relations with other governments. The paper said that recently adopted amnesty legislation would in practice grant relief to exNazis without extending comparable aid to their victims. Although the American Government has expressed concern over the general tenor of this amnesty legislation, it by no means opposes an amnesty as >.i h. the article stated, addin? that it merely opposed one that would again victimize the victims of Nazism. Americans look on Austria not as :> %  ex-Nazi nation but as one that was a victim of the external N plagu,-. the paper declaredIt agreed with the Idea %  ;| Nar.i amnesty but demanded :t as a space, with i ircumspect deli unit inn and Cl :tainly rot before the pledges %  • ( restitution of those whom they despoiled here have been made Key American Jewish leaders are members of the newly-appointed j good The paper also wished Planning Commission for the Israel Bond Drive, which is leaving "good riddance to all those for Israel this week to survey the country's economic needs and Nazis who might move over to to confer with Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion and other Govthe Comn urist camp as the reeminent officials. Ltading members-of the delegation are (left I suit of not having given full acto right) Julian B. Venetky, chairman of the Executive Cpmmitcommodations at once. It added tee* Rudolf G. Sonneborn, president; and Henry Monlor. vice I that surelv men who have the president of the Israel Bond Drive. Upon its return *o the Uni*ed I welfare of the great mass at heart States, the Planning Commission will report on Us findings in will never let themselves be misIsrael to the second National Economic Conference for Israel, to I led by the attempted blackmail be held in Atlantic City, September 12th through 14th. of a few." Leaders In Israel



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UDAY. AUGUST 22, 1952 vknislHoridictn PAGE 7 Israeli Newsletter By AD/v OREN (Copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegrap.iic Agency, Inc.) [TEL AVIV — A countrywide LI on public Sabbath observl~ is barred by the status quo t ccn.ent between the religious K cs and the Mapa.. Local foMnfi and traffic regulations %  ,:'. i n formulation and enforceent according to the weight airbed t" the votes of religious Kllors in the coalitions goviin.ng most townships in Israel I The fact that the employment In official rest days, must have [ hc formal authorization of a secular Minister of Labor greatly tks the Orthodox, since they susL,. t secular administration. Their KfuYal to accord formal dispenOtions to workers on such shifts l, ose s much public employment TSteervant persons. The Orthoj %  ,v object even to the holding rf public meetings on the Sab-, d tl off.-nng as the single solu( additional full or halfI h po \ : w f ck m J Cinem i "nd theatre performL nces nn Sabbaths and Jewish i are out of the question ., of Israel. As a result H duet in some rural .',,,. servant settlements will r ,,, j re the use of open-air I ilh secular neighbors. I zoos and the like are I ible on work-free days I did not prepare tick|,,s n Ivance. Closed altogether I libraries and some Istadiun Then are frequent demonstiaItions against too early opening I .Hues on the short Satnights in summer and the Itoo late termination of public j n short winter Fridays, when proper Sabbath observance would require work to stop much Uailiei than is economically feasible. Fire has been set to more than one vehicle, station and cafe used on the Sabbath. Someinterference is offered ev[en to fire-fighting and water I main repair teams. Mail is not accepted, and even telegrams are not delivered on official holidays and Sabbaths. Ships, airlines and railways have I to cut 20 percent of \heir effeettive .pirating time so as not even t" enter any station or port rn sue a August nth. A resldsnl here for the pant five years, 1is survived by his wife, Rath, ins mother, Esther, two daughters, Annette and Barbara, and one brother, Bdward. Services were on August nth, with Italilil Mo ei Mt'Si'hu'loff offli'latlng at the Miami Beach Riverside Chapel. Interment was on Mount sinai Cemetery. While baseball and football are top drawers on the US sports scene, it's basketball and socger that pack them in at arenas, Usually open air stadiums, in Israel. Sports products for Israeli recreation will be turned out in the near future at the State of Israel Bond-aided rubber factory at Haogen, near Haifa. MAX HI.AKKIl 60. of lilt Budld Avenue, died in a local hospital on August IMh. He ix survived by his wife, Rose, and three daughters, Mrs. Lillian Arm, Mrs. Ruth Soberer and Miss Prances Blazer. Itemalns were sent to Bridgeport, Connecticut tor services and Interment by the Miami Beach Riverside. (complete and Sbepenttalle 3tfle SetorUt M IAMI TITLC & Obstruct Co. 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE I Title Insurance Palldaa of (inui City Title 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 Delivery! MONUMENT CO. Serving the Jewish Community Since 1926 Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS Religious Leaders Seek Changes In Conscription Law JERUSALEM (JTA) — The religious parties in Israel, which are represented in the Cabinet. have presented an urgent request | to the government to reconsider %  t he existing procedure for conjscription of religious girls. Lead|ers of these parties claimed that the present procedure does not I comply with the agreement 1 reached between them and Pie' mier David Ben-Gurion. The House Committee of the 'Parliament this week requested Professor Ben Zion Dinabuig. Minister of Education, to explain why he decided to transform the General Zionist Teachers Seminary in Jerusalem into a government seminary with "government trend." The religious groups see in this action the danger of changing the present trends in the education system in the country. Resolutions condemning the Government's reported intention to propose a national school system and calling for continuation of the present system of education by "trends." were adopted here at a country-wide conference of the Mizrachi, the Religious Zionist organization. The conference, however, proposed to the Poale Agudah Israel the merger of the religious school syst< ms ir.to one. Miami Kabbi Available immediately for' High Holidays or permanent position. Speaks English, Yiddish and Hebrew fluently. Experienced Hebrew Teacher. WRITE M. N. BOX 2973 MIAMI 18 MUSIC DRAMA LAUGHTER ce Jewish Forum On The Air" Station: WMIE (1140 on dial) Sundays 10-11 A.M. Produwd and Directed by Simon SEIDEN Director also REOINA RATZKNHTKIN 72. died in ;i Beach hospital on Aus. imt lsth. while visiting heir. A reelI dsnl of Orlando, Florida, she is survived by hi-r daughter, Mrs. Gertrude I Roasnfleld, of Lima, Ohio, anil her Kim, Joseph \ Blank, <>r Miami lli-H"h. lu-mnlns were sent to Chicago, Illinois, for services and Interment by i ih


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PAGE 8 Jmist fkridian FRIDAY. AUGUST csbttictlu s leiakhts HELEN ALFERT Hckn Alpert Rests Following Surgery M Hi • I A • %  r :' %  v rs. returned 1 • t Mourt Sma: Hospiti %  ....:--%  .-%  :• ". 1951 Kahn, Levin Wed In Folkston, Geoi Groom Is President Of Chemical c< Planning to make their home ind Mrs. Rob:.. %  in, who uried gia, "n July 26th. 'I • %  • %  image 6t the lormJuanita Kahn was anI.-. | er mother, Mrs. : H llvw.od, FlorMi Levii is president of the Si • lard Chemical Company ind affiliated with the Tn; Products Company. The • Mi and Mrs Isaac Levin. 5800 NE 6th Court, he is a grad: • %  e i;. orgia Institute of he was a .-r.e.-i.b : Phi Epsilon Pi. social I ;:ty. and Omicron Delta Kappa. Bull log Club and Phi Eta Sigma, honoraries. He is row taking courses towards a !• gree at the University of Mia The tride. who is a student of voice, will also continue her acaj work Mrs. Levin is a i scholarship student with ick Trull, of Chicago, and attended Northwestern and Wis< consin Universities. HI... mparrj MTS. Robert L> DdkatiOc :: l ;.ir.e t: M:.:: Sir.si Hospija! frcrr the :r::.fri F:e N_r r. Merrcry :i Meyer Te.drr.aT., Ir.c. acCOHV pzr.-t-z the p.-es*r.:i:;c = :r:s wt*k cf a $3 00C gi!' frcrr. the grcup :c the r.z-z.-i. rT Mrs. T:..:e L. Scfawarti :.-. group's founder lad pre-i.zer: Sheva tr-cre czztz:.r.z :r.e cram frcrr. Mrs. Schwartl .= Sarr.-e: S^rrrer. iwratiw alrtctos cf Mount Sirai. -ie %  *'.: Mas Crcv:-i rreiider.: cf :.-.e E^irc zi Trustees. ar.d I: Morril Goods = imrnrm :: :.-.e E:=r: Icrk ML Appearing cr. the plaque are ti following Bam i ol tbi :f::cers cf the Pecf = Tree Nurse: The Mesii.-r.es Scfewartl founder ar.d president: Charles H R ade tsk y .;: v.re presideBl: J. 3. Staupper. Zr.d vice president Micha*: :-;:e:.-. :.-= nee president; QUi M. Schwartz. treasure* ir.t '..r ir.z.i. s*rre-.sry: Benjamin Epste.r. ccrresccr.c..= ierr;:ery Jester. Ec.xr s;r. = : secretary; Lcuis M. Wolk. aeabership chairman: Ear.il Greccberg WUHana c. Barart and ."c:^ B. Friedman honorary v:ce presidents: ore Benjamin Ber—: %  Bert.-.a Z. feidman s.-.c Estei: Froedman. bororsry p.-esidents. Mrs. £:% %  • :: who BOW reside! here with her daughter, rv = :r.re -ace the preser.;a::cr. .r. memory z'. her husband. Lcuis £:.rarts stein, Ltvine On Honeymoon %  l % %  .Cantor : 1 • • -:' %  : • %  • H'tei w:t "•'• %  i Jean Levjcc r B %  •'• Rraduati ::. %  • Uni n €'..-.; %  \ -.r. :.:. Bomu.: Te \. -' • : : %  '" York. Borostei: attended B hC.llege Iht weddmj I •: place -. • 3rd Junior Hadassah To Hold Dance Sunday I. :. • Kiss 1%  Brer Jane P.•:• •• l£g. mi Beac: ;.-.. %  -. r a SU-TI -: evenu i .. it the Surfa '.'r.h:z: :i ir: Helga Bi.rr chapter. Othe; men ..-. ludt aer, icvitat: m '.'. %  % % % %  .%  %  '.eedi are Shefeyah Ch Israel exclu ;•• Jur.ior Hcz = : Had Dance on • 24th, & -'.H tel ent %  Miss Ruth and Miss :.' : for the •' %  • %  • %  ; Vil•.• •-;; "Tri Beta Council Plans Dinner-Dance And Fashion Show T: Beta Coui • %  t.-e co: •• %  ireater Miami -"• • '' '•' unity Center, will presert l Second Annual Chow Mi Dmnei Dance and Fashion Shov Sui evening, Sep" %  %  : •' %  fct the Tows Branch. 45'' =-.v th Avenue. A k Eher-sjyle Crow Mem dinnei .. i served between c i( and : zr. p ::.. Highlighting %  %  %  • %  ninj -...:!! bt a fashion • -" ; ; "• • sup< rvision of a leading %  : %  .-< staged by Edith Applebaum a.-.:-, featuring members %  : th< 7:: Etu. Council as mc-se).' Th.e.-.e ; thi fashi n show will be Back Tc Shoo] fashions. Ot.-.t: attractions of the prcg.-arr. inM Typical Teen contesi Cr.i.::rr. ol the affair is Fro.T.i Bl :k Skor, Pearlman Reside In Chicago Mrs. Helen L. I (Miami Beach at s. announces tl ..: f • ••: dter Miss I bars Jear to Mr. Robert D. Peat TT. -. Sat%  mi I4i t the B St: tford Hot %  '.• h o attended • in M : h and Chiis att< ndi : Mrs. Mil' M nku tron : honor. %  as Miss Edith Others in attendance wen Misa D ane s tram and .'•:.Be:.-fcrd Berdiner, of Chicago, and Miss Vickie-Ellen Her:; an : Miami Beach. -•an, son i '. Mr. and Mrs Louis Pearlman. Chicago, ia c graduate of the University of Illinois. '. • • newly weds are residing in Chicago, following a honeymoon t:ip to the East. Education Bureau Meets On Sunday The first meeting • newlv Jack Abbott Speaks At B'nai B'rith Lunch Jack Abbott att and past lent of t Florida State I II'r B'ritl :; be "' '-' • Wl %  J .; •.. ; %  '-' %  %  • Bead lodge •' 1 B'nai B':i1 • --' %  %  %  26tl 12:13 : — at %  _: %  • r.al Hotel H ibjecl % %  %  B"i ith F %  tion In Pioneer Women Affair Mn l-.L Jaw bs. p:e.:dtnt of -' •"• en, Club Ne arnounced early thu week that a oinnej E nd !trd party ... : n be 5 :ven '• n r Sun'••: • • 241 • •.. B1 1415 : A VI .. } '• : : ; earma > I r the ; : •; Mrs Sophie Klanta and ... :.. a Mintzes :rt • • I • • affair Beth David PTA Meets • :: -' c • •. • %  % %  • % % %  f th. :." • %  • • :." -'".:•' 2974 -v. ?' : : '-* : August 25th, 0 I \nrsi-rii School (ommittop Plant* Fall Oponing The Nursery School Committee of the Greater Miami Jewish C o m m u n i t y Cl nter. Town Branch Nursery School, met late last week to plan for the Fall opening of the school. Laura Ross I was named chairman of the group of parents assembled. Shortly after the new term has gone into effect, sub-committees i will be formed, and parents will te urged to select committees on which they wish to serve. Mrs .Ross sa:d. R.gistration for nursery and kindergarten school for : the Fall term takes place the week of August 23.-d. at all the Greater Miami Jewish Corr.mun| itv Centers. The Town Branch is located at 450 SW 16th Avenue, with the Flagler-Granada School at 50 NW IMI^Oar J? the Btach School it 1536 Bay Road. Mrs Ethel Grossman, super%  •' %  /: aU Nunery Schools, and ail Cora Friedman, head teachre in charge of information. Miss Tobb To Wed fiovernmeni Teacher M ta Annette Tobb will marry • ssor Edward Sofen. of the ofgan Government Department. Uni-. the Bureau of Jewish Educatin versity of Miami, on Sunday. W JH be held on Sundi y Wust %  ; '24th. 10:30 a.m.. at the office of Ann uncemei t of the impend he Greater Miami Jewish Federii wedding was made early this ation. 420 Lincoln R. I eek by the bride-elect's par-' ^^ Board will ell I n '.: and Mrs. Jack Tobb.] 0 lhe Executive C : i ar. 2240 SW 29th Avenue. Miami. will complete the : n | the 10 outstanding C Professor Sofen is he son of [ n handling the fui ,f the -sofen. Brooklyn, r iv. Bureau for the co : > :r. %  : %  BT,.": ..i^ j 1 er, M"'L "I [ ,! h e U > am,n Meyers, pres aid. These include: Budget Committee. Assistance to Schools Committee. Edu, : : C mrr.ittee. Extension Act.-, ty Committee, Librar\Committi Committee, Pcrsc.rrij C ~.m::tie. Nominations Coir.i Miss Tobb is a graduate %  ~ LONG DISTANCE DOOR-TO-DO oT IMO W JTHERS VAN LINES



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M *i f mi4ftrrrtnr FBTDAY, AUGJST 22 During The Week % i t :xc sots.-:* WorW Congress of Jewish Physicians Appeals For Doctors To Work In Israel %  -•> .• •-. -.*• AS*-.',-" •--.N*" % %  %  •* Ba !* c ^^ bKb -* :" J '-*• l >"T H %  ** "**"* %  v---* nti r 111 -= OM *r" K *--•* % % %  3r : %  — %  %  %  %  -. --. -^: y/.v.:-t-s.w --. -----^si ---:ar^ -u-_ec %  : I %  • • • • CASE K. t A %  %  %  ••• %  %  %  • — .-.r.c--*c* --*-*r^*rot :e ; &f • ruxt~. na =x*= ..../.,,.-*'-..-*-*-.=rw=snrstraa ^=a. fa-nt .,.., ., ..-,,.._. MBM) ;-*rj IBB tic-w -jy=. t=U qncr .-.-| .•..-.-. -•trA ^.JIW. i*t -trpt-* at sir i • s r : .:/-.. few* %  %  • • %  : ^r-.ou, parti of the — %  % % %  > -,~* -^JJ *ir JewC --Vi> ...;;-. .-. -.. : .. ; ,-* that ducruuMllM ; exist m -_" the Lnrted % %  .ddresa "' -' P'-^.v: after iimw _. by Naa doc%  not n Bon pc bat also : ?.--.. n n = nd Patek He apnwcttas. Those us t 4 •f :*-. wji m, *-ff J in the 27- aee -i-.egorv serve two years instead f' months An ex< rr^i* for new w %  period of service *.;. : months. na -i • -i %  : : the -punficat*. =ion of Nazi '. Meanwhile, new regulations ----|W the government the rsfht to ror^script doctors be-:.rtwees 30 and 34 years of age for I period I two years' service in armed a ; *1I ,. i5 to 31 years %  .%  : %  %  I period of one year's i ^ sf them ser-.ice — have been introduced -i•-K-• Premier David B Surion in his capacity as •-Defer.se Mm -'• r. iThe vcnuncnt also intends to extend the period of compulsory ..-.-. %  • vice by I furthi r six ONLY THE NEW '5% %  Dromedary Given Kashruth Seal > / -.. %  • %  : %  %  %  More wi .... .. ....... ... ...... ... work %  %  '-.'.'•.--: : .-. -.; routt who pMIld =* %  / and th placing p f handicap %  % % %  % % % %  no eiry is in a so•' %  rfJon • be riae • •• • •. • / • • l • %  along the fc • with ess limb : % %  • • Irdeed. they n /• • lorce %  .'. -..• M nsa'ion which %  •'• •;•--• -;./:;.-,.-.-.. e %  %  • .: %  quired .': Onal M n Oth. • %  '•'-,'* Coun. • %  %  % % % % % %  %  %  i But t i cl. that 1 %  '. • II be th. ; %  •• I i virtually %  ;'•< %  • i %  < %  • > .,>. I ,,.„,,,. ntion of .he J.wi.h Vocational wuT£o ::' '"' ; 'V "' '•''"%  '-'••"• *^->* •uccaa.ful aenrity %  %  %  : ... ... | %  • ::.-< %  '. %  Jew %  %  %  kitcl I I •'in thi %  n keep oi ted to ffereni types that can be '• n ine I ,; >:' With jUSt tl n literally : '• %  tested, traditional her cakes and • • ti i tinturn poon or the whuof .; %  : : % %  • %  Dromedary aki Mixi come already : and complete, con' • %  ted balance of •• %  •• elected, choici ii gn di' "' A'l'l milk oi wati r, ,-,thi then stir to a The reUrom• :._ • Is I :. : DevFudgi • .: Wl te Cak M > %  Fruil %  '. Muffin,' Dat lorn Bread and M • Wl • mer.ts nol Its that re to ex t ex| tation lary lucts that ..• l find fa' %  %  • : ill, Orange-Nut Roll :. %  R .:. irieties 'f the I thai •. ; • .: %  : locor.ut I REFRIGERATOR HAS THE AMAZING i EWXZBGQm FREEZING SYSTEM No Moving Partt — Slays S 'enl rsflM f'fffi Hvmitvvats I'or Risen h £n grt v i a g C o m pa nj commercial social hotel j% ENGRAVED '• tolling cardi monogfomJ invitations wedding onnouncmn dial 2-8164 122 n.e. sixth $trt miami 2, florid* 1 % 



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;AY, AUGUST 21 1952 Personally Speakino l**i.l,n,rlHHn PAGE 9 Fied A. Sandier has returned ircm Jacksonville, where he Bn j a week at the Roosevelt Hotel taking an advanced Life fdeiwritei Course. Mis. Rae Frome and children. Franc", and E V ? 1 :J -f c "' 12 h Avenue, M:cmj, hcve returned ircm a rwo-woek vacajjjp to Washinqlcn, D.C., 'Jew York and Massachusetts. D:. end Mrs. Joseph R. Narot, oi 1C77 NE 86.L 3tSc aava Jlumed here following a summer vcccticn spQl with iheir Kldren. David and Ruth, in Ventncr, New Jersey. Dr. Narot, *o is spiritual lecder cf Temple Israel, Miami, clso visited his jj€'! c in Warren, Chic. Mi. and Mil. Leo Eiser^iein. rf 7?5 • 14:h F!ac, Miami L (C h left last Fiidcv en the SS United Sides for en extended Lccecn tour. The Eiser.sleins will visit England. Francs, Italy. Igiurn, Germany and spend the High Holy Days in Tel Aviv, Ictl They expect to return here November 1st. Mr. c::d Mrs. Harold Reinhard. of 1631 Coral Gate Drive, Ucunce the birth cf their r on, Robert Jay, en Auoust 9th. The |jsj was held last Soturday at Mount Sinai Hospital, with Bveierd Abrchcm Seif officiating. + Mr. end Mrs. Milton A. Friedman and children. Ronald, snneth cr.d Judy, cf 30C1 SV/ 2nd Avenue, left last Sunday c two-week vacation in Columbia, South Caroline, where (ie-. will visit Mrs. Friedman's parents, Mr. end Mis. G. Stem. + + Mr. and Mrs. William.Friedman, of 1837 SW 20th Avenue, he vecctioning in New York City at the Hotel Edison. While le.e, Mi. Friedman will attend the Annual Convention of the (dticnal Jewelers' Association scheduled for the Waldorf As* + Mr. Alex GcJdblatt, cf 254 Palm bland, has returned to he 0:sited Stales following eight weeks abroad in England, ic.ee, Sv;:!zerlcnd end Israel. He will be at home in October ftei a brief trip to Chicago, Illinois. %  + Mr, and Mrs. Berr.ard Ehrens, el 1715 S W17th Avenue, incunce the birth of their daughter, Sheila Joan, at Doctors ospiici last August 10th. Grandparents are Mrs. Scdie Koff nd Mi. end Mrs. H. J. Ehrens, all ol Miami. -* Mi. end Mr*. B. S. Dennei. cf 4431 Prcirie Avenue, Micmi ecrh. their daughter, Mrs. Nan Bernstein, end grandchildren. Uio: cr.d JeTry, hcve returned from a motor trip to Florida's % st cccst. %  Mr. and Mrs. Paul Martin, cf 2560 SW 27th Street, Miami. mounce the birth of their daughter, Lisa Scri. at Doctors Hosto] lest August 6th. Maternal arandparent is Mrs. Fannie DM, 2649 SW 27th Street. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and jb. Jacob Martin, St. Lou;*, Missouri. Mrs. Martin is the former le Livingston. + Dr. cr.d Mrs. William K. Boros and family. Mr. and Mrs. fed Blcnk and Mr. Stephen Jacobson, members of the North ^ce Jewish Center, have just returned from their summer va'icr.s. Mr. Louis Simms. of the Simms Printing Company, Miami. M returned from Jacksonville, where he attended the Briss of \* ?a.idchild born to Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Simms. + Mr. end Mrs. Sherman J. Tobin. of 731 SW 24th Road. MiW. announce the Lirih ol their daughter, Amy Jan, en AugBeth David School To Aid In Extending Curricular Activities Completion of tha new Beth David Religious School "this Sep•r will rr.ake possible the extension oi our existing program of activities." Fducation Director Jerome Gordon announced .early this week. The newest ideas in school architecture, as repre.scrt'-d bv The American School And University and the Dade County Board of Education, have been :n ornorated to provide a modem center of religious learning .'.nd recreation, Gordon said. • Des gned with proper lighting, ventilatioand adeoua'.e space for a varied and efficient program, the classrooms of this two-storv | structure will be equipped with the most modern school desks and furniture." ; An innovation of the Religious .School will be the establishment of a dailv f'ursery School and I Kindergarten. The program is I Marred to provide opportunities I for young children to live and Iwoik together in an environment I which encourages physical i growth, good health habits, a I sense of security and social and mental attitudes which make for Jsatisfvirg relationships in every day living. Gordon added. Groups will be taught by aual|i!ied teachers. Children from three to five are eligible to attend. Beth Jacob Makes Final Arrangements For High Holy Days Final arrangements have been ; completed for High Holy Day ( services at Congregation Beth Jacob, Miami Beach, it was an| nounced yesterday by Mr. M. B. Frank, president. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, spir%  itual leader of the Congregation, will speak at each service in both Synagogues. Cantorial services will be under the direction of newly-elected Cantor Aaron Weirgarten. who will chant the services in the train synagogue. He will be assisted by the" Reverends Samuel Guttman. Samuel Freedman and Joseph Ossip. A Ticket and Seating Committee will be at the Synagogue daily from 9 a.m., to 9 p.m., commencing Sunday, August 24th, for the reservation and sale of tickets. Serving on the Committee with Mr. Frank as chairman, are David Goldstein, Harry Genet, William Mechlowitz. Leo Meyer, Malvin Englander, Joseph Cohen. Aaron Lerner, Saul Genet, Louis Bloomfield, Louis Makovsky, John Levy, I. Brenner, D. Whitman, Ben Fox and Harry Sonz. Flagler-Granada Appoints Hurwitz To Teaching Staff The Board of Religious Educa\ tion of the Flagler-Granada Jew| ish Community Center announces the appointment of Joseph Hurwitz as Hebrew School Teacher for the coming year. Mr. Hurwitz received his secular education at Harvard ColI lege and Boston University ; School of Fducation. Graduate i study followed at Harvard University Graduate School of Education and at Boston University I Graduate School of Arts and Sci'. ences. Holding the Degree of BS in Education. Hurwitz will short;. take the Doctor of Philosophy in | the field of Hebrew and Related 'Subjects, including Biblical Criticism. Archeology. Hebraic Civilization and Comparative ReligI :or.. The subject of his dissert, tion is: Jewish Influences On The Koran. Hurwitz' Hebrew Educational Breger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milj experiences includl graduation from the Hebrew Teachers College of Boston and a Teachers Diploma and a Bachelor of Jewish Education from that institution. He has been active in the teaching field for the past 12 years and formerly conducted High Holy Day Services at Flagler-Granada. Hurwitz also recently compiled special research projects for the Bureau of Jewish Education here. Miss Toby Gohukin Goluskin,. Breger Betrothal Told Mr. and Mrs. Morris Goluskin, of 737 Espanola Way. Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter. Toby, to Eli ton Breger. 108 2nd Terrace: Di Lido Island. Miss Goluskin attended Miami Beach High School. She was a rren.ber of the Choir and Junior Hadassah. Mr. Breger also graduated from Miami Btach High School, as well as from the University of Miami Law School. He is a member of the Miami Beach Bar Association. Prior to the announcement of their engagement. Miss Goluskin was Mr. Bregers legal stenographer. Scher Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Dora Scher, formerly of 820 Meridian Avenue, will 'take place at noon on Sunday. August 24th. with the Reverend U. Ssilkow officiating. Mrs. Scher. who was a resident here for 13 years, is survived by a son, Joseph: daughter. Rose; and brothers Sigmund and Morris Drucker: also two sisters. Millie Driftler and Jean Rubcl. The unveiling will take place at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Thurmond Monument Company in charge of arrangements. Friends and relatives are asked to be present. CANTOR lyric tenor, with minic.il background. Also experienced shochet. mohel, aynagogue reader and shofar blower. Can drive a car Willing to accept, a position tor a year. Write S. H., Bos 29,.? Miami 18. PARKWAY Israelite Center Tickets The Israelite Center announces that tickets for the High Holy | Days are available daily except Sabbath, in the Center office, 3198 SW 24th Terrace, in the mornings from 7:30 to 9:00 a.m., in the evenings from 8 to 10 p.m., and Sundays, 10 to 12 noon. Israelite Center Holds Open House Registration Sponsored by its Board of Edui cation, the Israelite Center will i hold Open House on Sunday. ', September 7th, from 10 a.m., to 6 p.m. Refreshments will be served during the scheduled registration j hours which will culminate a week's enrollment period from 3 to 5 p.m., and from 7:30 to | 9 p.m., daily. I Kosher 1255 S.W. 22nd St. Phone 9-096r MR. EMPLOYER If you need help Phone us please—9-0006 Thank you DE LUXE PLACEMENT Albert H. Jeavons, Owner GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have you. root repaired now: yeu will u>i an a new reof later "Satlefaetory Werk by Experienced Man" 414 a. W. ttn4 Avenue ••HONK 4' M:c %  rc.cn; quests at Edgewcter Manor include Mrs. Alvin LiebpJSn end children, Ronnie and Barbara, Mr. and Mrs. John FUjen. Mr. and Mrs. Sid Brodie and daughter, Adeline, Mrs. : --<-, Mr. Ncthcn Dufcler and family and Mr. and Mrs. Sa Scr.ed and iamily. b. ,, "•• r:c gn Inn. Kendersonville, North Carolina, ennouncI v;% C::VCi Cf Ihe {clJ = w inq Miami residents: Mr. and Mrs. I „'i *' M 'cnd Mrs Ab *>H w KarLn. Mr. and Mr<=. Wil"3 Karl, Mr. end Mr=. Harry Shultz. Mr. cr.d Mrs. Gus Trau. "•and ton, L. K. Ncbe. Mi. and Mrs. C. 'Scl Gcldman. Hclpern cr.d Mr. and I* y^men fliutic Studio (THE SCHOOL WITH THE MODERN APPROACH) He-Cpenf for Ibe Season rff'*c rustriK tittn tor Children and Adults P'ANO VIOLIN SIGHT-READING FHCKE 5-<42S Greater Miami's Synagogue Directory All.WAS ISRAELKaU.i laaac Kver, Orthodox. S2S • 7Sth St., Miami R-'rh. 1IKTH I) WIIJ— Kal>l" Max Shapiro, t'i,n%  ervative, 2629 SW ,h. BETH TFILAH—Rabbi Joatpk Rackovehy, Orthodox, MS Euclid Avr., Miami Beach CiiHAI. '-Mil KS -Rabbi Mrrii Shop, Liberal, .<>" Palermo \v, Coral ISaMea, |M>WXTOWN SVNACOUl'E Orthodea, 1.15 N\\ Inl \vr Miami FI.Mil.KR liHWADA SO SW Slat Place, Miautai Hr'llKKW ACADEMYRabbi Mcxaarier Ri .. u.o lox. %  >'* • *ih St., MB. Ill \l I \ll MIAMI SPRIN'OS Ram Sacha, ronnerrative, JIM SW .Mih Trr.. 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