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The Jewish Floridian ( August 29, 1952 )

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itU^wiislhJEIIiDiriidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY I VOLUME 25—Number 35 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 29. 1952 PRICE: TEN CENTS [Jews Seeking Visas State 'Ethnic Origin' Second Annual Economic Conference For Israel To Be Held In Atlantic City On 12th WASHINGTON (JTA) — Jews seeking entry into the United Stattare now being required to" identify t.iemselves as Jews in theii visa applications under new regulations introduced by the Visa Diva in u the State Department, it was established bv authority, late last week. fficials originally said that the new practices a break isage — were dictated of the American Jewish Congress, sharply criticized the State Department for instructing its consular staffs to begin indentifying Jewish immigrants as such before issuing visas. He said that i i:ssd the issue with ditional facts. H nment. 01 ircl (8 indicated that ligrat j Law. is not legally required unThe Washington office of the j til December, when, the law goes B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation into effect. He asserted that the althi the McCarran-Walter' League has discussed the matState Department's action is "an Act n t enter into effect I ter in correspondence exchanged unmistabable disclosure that the %  24th. visa chief with appropriate authorities in only intent of the new McCarran the t ivernmenfc Immigration Law is to study ImDr. Israel Goldstein, president migration pr tcesses. Public figures in America and Israel will be among the speakers at the Second Annual National Economic Conference for Israel, it was announced this week bv the State of Israel Bond Drive, which is sponsoring the Conference. The meeting will take place at "he Chelsea Hotel in Atlantic City, from September 12th through 14th. Max Orovitz. co-chairman of the Greater Miami Committee of Bonds of Israel Government, said here that the aim of the Conferit is reported, was among the first to set the pattern for American economic aid to Israel, and has granted loans to the r.ew state totalling $135,000,000. Dr. Joseph Burg, Israel's Minister of Health, is coming here especially to address the National Econmic Conference. One of Israel's most important statesmen, he will present to the Conference his government's views on current achievements and will outline Israel's future needs and the key importance of American H ireaux had already ; nary orders to conrs to elicit irformar or not applicants The Visa Divisi >.•'. %  i nn 222-A Of I e '."' 11 : Act as its aui: %  • %  -tion requires that each shall state his race ar I ethnic classification." In London, a JTA correspondert camming the practice follow! by the L'S Consulate there, was informed that applicants for US visas are now being requirZOA Plans Private Investment Program Dr. Burg Gaston NEW YORK (JTA) — The further this objective. Rabbi Millaunching of a private investment i er revealed that this committee Lb v;sas are now oeing requirprogram for Israel, highlighting 1 corrmos „ d (lf i„., dpri in inA ,„ ed : tat? the lr nationality and a nationwide census of the trades. : s composed of leaders in Indusrace. Offijials explained this businesses and professions of its I try. 'aw. science and housing. mat Jewish applicants are membership, was unanimously Stressing the projected invenMpetted to reply "Jewish" as to approved early last week by the • tory among the nationwide ZOA their rave. Applicants in Loni Extraordinary Conference of the I on itUC ncv .Rabbi Miller stated don are also being required to £atmal Aj^ ?iv. formation on the race of Zionist OrgariT^atiOit-oT ffmericH. | • industl ial SJnVCu in V? SrU&flS i a "d professional inSwith'a view ££m&&i^ !" **** tOWMdi setting up a liaison with Morgenthau encc will be "to review the progrtss which the people of Israel have made in their determination to achieve, economic independence. "One of its primary objectives," he added, "will be to stimulate an even higher rate of subscripinvestment through the $500,000,000 State of Israel Bond Issue. Other American and Israel leaders who will address the Conference will be Abba Evan, Israel Ambassador to the United States: Henry Morgenthau. Jr., chairman of the Board of GoverTo Ask For Reports As. result of the expose, the toria Hotel. More than 500 deleaent announced last ptes from all parts of the coun>wed hurried confer*** attended tr.e Conference, ences bv op-level officials, that | This was one of a series of L'Herueux was cabling Amerimajor projects adopted, by the can consular officials abroad for parley, comprising a new plan 'Ti p n a 'ions taken on the of Jews as such on applicatii f r American visas. Offi iere insisted that the McCai ir Walter Immigration n it yet being implementing up a corresponding trades, businesses, undertakings and professions in Israel. This will enable the economic committee to ascertain more authoritatively what is needed in Israel in terms of macapital and designed t> mobilize Manpower chinery, expansion and resources of the Jewish comj skilled personnel. munity in the furtherance of eco| rj r sidnev Marks, national secnomic aid to Israel, promotion of j re tary of the ZOA. submitted its H e b rew education, increased program in behalf of the presiZOA participation in raising I dcnt and the newly established • it plans for its imple: funds for Israel, as well as in the : economic committee. mentation ar >eing studied and f.etd of youth and chalutziut and ; The committee, he said, will co• I to consulates in a d-; the strengthening of membership. : operate fully in these economic vanci effective date of the | The program of an accelerated endeavors with the Economic Di> termination that Jews :"' n el iio group, which should be Usted is such. So far as could irned, thre will be no ati:v religious faiths such as Cath lie. Protestant and ;'.' %  : visa nprjlications. and as n for listing Jews was t!: '< to the "ethnic" requi:, .A vision source said w ul.l b.; identified as a *P' i] group" but that he did '"'; i v.a-cess to the "new acta;] s ._,.;,,,,. a ,e being "worked m H was impossible to find ; the Visa Division questions as whether Zjr*. raced other faiths ertheless be list' v ih ethnic classification. • and instructions are rk d out in detail, it .,•, %  %  lined, and interpretive "' f '. : • %  m is not vet available. Goldenberg Ebon Vcnezky tions during the Fall. 1952 phase i nors. Israel Bond Drive; Harold J. Goldenberg, director of the Israel of the Israel Bond Drive." Herbert E. Gaston. chairman of the Export-Import Bank. Washington, will be guest of honor and principal speaker at the Conference. The Export-Import Bank, Knesset Backs Cabinet On Military,Arabs Spurn Peace 1 of requested bv the new immigrati >r JTA Bureau, but the % %  Division said that no forms, new, were available here *" wplainad that "each of our jjtes abroad prints its own Act On New Practice PH ., n, r P'^ct'ce was discussoh "D, White Hous when Jac aiaustein. president of the (fl can Jewish Committee, JERUSALEM (JTA) — Israel's Parliament, with all parties united in favor except the left-wing Mapam and the Communists, accepted a government bill late last week extending compulsory military service from 24 to 30 months. A Con munist demonstration against the bill, held during the six-hour debate, was broken up by police who made five arrests. As Mapam 'P 0 ^ !" 3 "..^! and "they must also realize that Sreh assailed the bill m the Kne> demands work on set. the demonstrators outside Saturd thev must do so Tnev waved placards denouncing Amhaye tQ submii 0 d i st .jpij ne ." erican militarism. ^he foreign minister told the The Knesset vote followed bids Knesset that Israel was always by Premier David Ben-Gurion i ready and was ready now for rnd Foreign Minister Moshe peace with each of her neighbors, Sharett for peace with Egypt and singly or collectively. He said the Arab States and a warning | however that "we are also read) by the premier that contmuing incidents on Israel's frontiers actually constituted a "petty war kept from flarlni Into major hostilities only bv the fact that Israel had a well-trained army to meet force with force and to repulse aggression from any neighbor, separtely or all of them together." The Foreign Minister pointed weu-iraineu a. .i %  out that the bill submitted to the ready to answer force with force. Knesset does not reflect on the The premier denied discriminsituation in the neighboring ation in the Armv against re, countries We have not started hilious Jews and said if there I any militarv race with them, were isSed tacidents of this I he stated. He cited Israel's innature he"would be the first to ternal peace and stability and condemn? ther-.T. He said they j said that the Jewish state strives would be "ruthlessly eradicated." to strengthen relations with all A the sarii time, he warned the peace-loving countries. rVliiious elements that they serv"Our neighbors.' he declared, ed the fatherland, not the regime "imposed a blockade on us from three sides, but we are ready to remain within such a blockade. The blockade will not breaks us. We will emerge from it sevenfold stronger. The proposed bill means only maintaining our numerical military status quo. and if we will not increase the service time a certain dwindling must come." Arabs Cold To Offer Israel's proffer of an olive branch to Egypt was praised by the New York Times in an editorial this week but drew a cool response from the EgyDtians. The. newspaper called it a "courageous and heartwarming gesture." It warned that "somewhere, sometime, somehow, sometime or other, the bitter feelings between the Arabs and Israel, the tensions, the Iron Curtain between them, must come to an.end. The alternative would be another war which could only make things infinitely worse." In Cairo, Premier Aiy Maher was quoted as saying that no official overtures had bee received. Abdul Rahman Azzam, secretarygeneral of the Arab League, said (Continued on Paoe 6) Investment Center; and Julian B Venezky, chairman of the executive Committee. Israel Bond Organization. John Rankin Is Defeated by Friend JACKSON — An intimate friend defeated Representative John Rankin in Mississippi's election of representatives to the United States Congress. Thomas Abernethy Tuesday night brought to a close Rankms' 32-year career as white supremacy, anti-minority Washington representative. Unofficial M:-issippi returns posted in Jacks • I indicated late Wednesday that Abermthv scored some 26.900 votes to Rankin's 20,568. "We have for 10 years been close friends." the victor said of the defeated incumbent. "I regret we found ourselves in the same district, thus m.kir.4 opposition unavoidable." The two corgressmen sought the same seat following tl legislature's merging of their districts last April. rhaplninw <* On Military Duty.. NEW YORK—Six more Jewish military chaplains are going on active duty between August i 31st and September 10th, making the total 97. Rabbi Max D. Davidson, chaiiinan of the Division of Religious Activities, National Jewish Welfare Board, announced i early this week. BBBBSI



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PAGE 2 'Unitf Fkrkl&r FRIDAY, AUGUST 29. Our UN Newsletter I IRTHUfl LEWIS Co| -'" 1952 Jewish .-..-._• Agency In< CN1TE1 KATl NS—Thi pi u ni ._•-.. for Xht next As>ly, the Severn .f lh V:. U. V I %  • .' Bureau Of Jewish Education Sets Official Registration; Lists Calendar :In B previous article E-jo?es:e; that this issue, which has beer, a barby p:renr.ial one here :c: the last iour rears or rr.ore —. light he irzppez. K.-werei pr:r.:e-c cut :ha* u could be raised c: the it;: -:--.--. ;y one or MR f!r:e< ust before the Assr — bly began or evir. atte: .: opered and :r.i: ;s still a dis::r.:: po=f:r:li:y. 1: has happcred w".th other items such as the Moroccan issue. -;h ai pat up a few week; beiere the las: Assembly in Paris :p*r.ec at :--E d.iarrr na % %  (-: proposals which were made after the ceJecEtes r.:c started mee::no .r. :r.e Palais de Chaillot. Howeve: the rhinrai are that it is not likely tc be raised st lhe corr.iag Assert.r y 7:. -. attitude, express* I ...... | ting thi -. %  During 1 Paris A •".-...-.-".• %  _.-:• %  %  %  Nations Paiestux %  • _• %  • • :: ..-. I %  • i i • %  -. .:.;. move to bring about T.- r.es::c.-. ;• :-. ;n5err.ar.or.al:ia:^cr. c: Jerusalem is not BH the arf-c; aithai bed Ebb :• ihe serord year running thai il :as been dropped. One rearer, is thai one c: the main parties involved :r. :art trie mair. party as the old city is within its Jordan, is no: represenred :r. :-e Vn::ed NatiorsUnited Nations. '.: .i rne :: :.-e ;:i:£; erbeaeappliraiicr. for membership has been held up because :i t.-.e Colo War However. Jordan s attitude on this q_es:.:.. :*irly well known. The Hasnemite Kingdom would have nothing to do with lhe irternationaliration of lhe -"•y places le: elone :he city as the original plan envisaged, al:"nough, in 1S53. it appeared to be ready to agree to a measure of r.:er.-.a:;rr.i. supervision of :he holy places. However, the debate B :.-e Asst~r.lv thai year :sme :o naught and a proposal to send 5 co--.;i.:r te Jerusalem did cot receive enough voles to be %  I;. %  ; .... ,. The opening calendar for the lh Scl f Greater M calls for registration at all Jewm September und aft-. : %  September of Su .-.• i Is n September 14th. the Education announci Is tl week. President %  the Bureau. Ben',' %  i in emphasizing the .... •. % %  | • %  • : : • j( .%  h r ALL-BRAN is the only type ready-to-eat cereal that supplies all the bulk you may need. It's hi>rh ^enl proftin, rich in iron, proessential B ami D vitamins, abit-foi ming. If you're not • d after 10 days, send emptyto Kellogg's, Battle Creek. Mich., and pet DOUBLE MONEY BACK! FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk 'Tvnik Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at End of Bird Rd. a Snapptr C'tt SUxHuGaAe Good Food 1225 Washington Ave Miami Beach DAY WORKERS SS & FARE COLC=ED MA:os PART Tist o FULL TIME IM PP AT E HOMES SPECIALIZING Hotel Maids Porters Dishwashers ACE EMPLOYMENT s C-a'je to Employer Jewish Funerals GUARD AGAINST Ihuuns! UTEIHIIATIIS CB. 5-3528 Miami Beach 509 N.E. 13th St.. Miami 21776 Member of B'nai B'rilh food, SCRIP now ofVs „ e -bo-s-ces. "*. o>-,


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FRIDAY. AUGUST 29, 1952 Jewlstncrldttari PAGE 3 Name Hal Herman Bay Harbor Island Publicist Town Manager J. M. Lelchuck, of Bay Harbor Islands, early this week announced the appointment of Hal Herman, Miami Beach publicist, as publicity and advertising director of the township. A University of Florida graduate, Herman will continue his present publicity office at 311 Lincoln Road. A former United Press correspondent, he is also a member of the Greater Miami Chapter. Sigma Delta Chi, professional journalistic fraternity. Mrs. Meyers Views World Trip On Forum Of Air Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers will be guest speaker on bimon Seiden's Jewish Forum of the Air. Sunday, August 31st, 10 a.m., over station WMIE. An attorney and prominent in civic .affairs here, Mrs. Meyers will discuss her recent world trip, during the course of which she was re-elected treasurer of the International Federation of Women Lawyers at that organization's convention held in Istanbul, Turkey. \ Rabbi Alfred Waxman, of the Wett Miami Jewish Center, has been appointed State Chaplain for the Jewish War Ve.Vrani Department of Florida. At the official installation of the West Miami Post No. 223 are (left to right) Arnold Bass, senior vice commander; Rabbi Waxman; Lou Phillips, national vice commander; Paul Ginsberg, national commander; and Captain Lester Soldz, stale departm ent commander. ^ Cobbs To Open Country Store • [-nationally famous Los Farmers' Market will its counterpart in Florida > vember 15th, when HenFlorida's largest gift r and pa :ker, opens mti v Store, his unique sh ipping and recrei,,nt $1,000,000 : i broki n du : August 31sC in the I. and county ofial and civic They will see "Hank" • Farmer attire, dig th a mule-drawn plow, i announced that over onehe 80 store units, which up Cobbs' Country have been leased by todii a] merchants. He said verwhelmed by the tre%  esponse from people this part of the country where, who are eager to U of my project." C untry Store will be its kind in the entire • part of the United States. e v. ill e sitNE 79th Street and the • %  running West t>> te, and South to 76th ginator and dirccI Mt rpi I e let it b : a %  main put posi : low a chi .' a daily attendance c Ci >b! s pi • ition and enti i "will hum v. it ning, noon and A not i %  attractioi will Country rlayh mam building's roof. 1! be provided theatricals, hows, concerts, shuflleI other games and square Lowe Gallery Shows Engravings An exhibit of Brazilian prints opening Wednesday. September 3rd, and resutnpl on of Its popular Studio Nights I'II Friday, Sep%  r 5th, are ann iuni i Allan McN ib, director of the Lowe Gallerj at the University of Mi Tv.ii >', L'I a zil' lead rtists In color w aqua tint, etching and drypo nt will bi repn sented in B colle ion ol 39 prints. The exhibit, Contempoi ary Brazilian Prints, is on loan from the permanent collection of the Fine Arts Department, International Business Machines Corporation! and will remain in the Gallery ur.til October 1st. Eleven color wood engravings by Oswaldo (ioeldi and 28 prints of varying media by Carlos OswaldD are included in the exhibit. The Gallery's Studio Nights will be resumed on Friday from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. They are being started a month earlier than planned, said McNab, I ecause "f the many requests for their early continuation. At these informal affairs, the Gallery provides models, work chairs and easels. Following its re-opening Wednesday, Gallery hours will return to the winter schedule: Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p'.m.: Sunday, 2 to 5 p.m.; and closed on Monday. The Gallery will not resume evening exhibit hours until October. Xursvru Svhitols Opvn Tuesday The off! : F II re-opi nii tl e Gn ati r Mian : Jewish Community Center Nursery s at the Town and Flagler-Granada Branches will take place on Tuesday. September 2nd. The present staff at the Town Is headed by Cora Frie I man. At the Flakier-Granada Branch. Charlotte Simon will head the staff. Ethel Grossman is presently taking registration at the Beach Branch, and an announcement of the exact date for the Fall reopening <>f the Beach. Nursery School will be made soon. Information may be obtained at 3-5489. f i/i MIAMI DIAPER SERVICE SUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTELSANITARIUM FM MXT. CONVAlXSCCfMI II • i'w'"o~col See or Phone Me NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Lid Ins. Co. 907 Blscayne Bldg. 15 W. Flagler St. NO-FOL DIAP** S A Baby Scale* Be" ed ^ To BABY TALK 350 Lincoln Road Suite 302 — Phone 5-5419 Entrance on Washington AT. 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?A3Z4 pJmistifkridllan FRIDAY, AUGUST EDITORIAL MeCarran \ r Burnett R \ w .:; w<. ..:— :\\>. | • OtTN : Ll] and their rcr:• s< ntath es schi lull I :. appc.-.: _::.l-.it Greatei Miarru Jewish F< it ran n M r Klasa execdLrectoi B rids :' Israel Ditiem Max Oroviu chairman Bun i ." % %  EduB< npamin M*. j ; i s, •_ U n\ and ih< Yid lish Scientific Institute. Bervl Y. rrison. secretary Als, ^::::cmg greetings wil] bf Si n '•'-. > n anagi of the InGi rm< :: %  s n and Max Haskel I I Jewish V I Dar n. chairn ar I • C gar.izat m C ittee. %  th( Nat .. I JU lit %  I '.V %  .":.;, The J • Ccrr "" Pal A %  ... -• • at th< Ly urn Pai n the su Jewisl Labor In : i CS And Its Ki l In The J< ish C< mmunIn • ft rn r [fa in will discuss U • r le :• uth in thi \v rkmen's Circle at a sp sessi>n of the English speaking anches scheduled : r the ArSingi D H tel Sunday afternoon, as well at t:-. Monday and Tuesday ings. will be devoted to : :• %  district .•(-.ritarj ai I the 22 Branches ar.c seven Women's Clut • The Banquet celebrating the Anniversary of Branch N 692. Miami Beo.:. .si :. the C nference, wOl tak< placi M i • %  • ning at th L;-\-. am T • •-11 Supper will als D Tuesday evenii %  •* •* %  Donnerstag Choir To Sing At Conference Here %  • : %  • %  %  %  • gue. The coi r w will inntrasU n tj -. • : Jewwill be g tiped ac%  g t cradle. schi I, love. riser, martyr, nope and new B ll songs. A special narration has teen written by poet L I. Schwartz and will be read by him. Mr ,-artz. who wrote the narrative poem. Kentucky, and tra: slated many Spanish and Hebrew poems of the Golden Epoch of Spain into Yiddish, recently finished another narrative :en Childhood, which is scheduled f< r .-.pptaranctshortly. Participating members of the Choir are Rita Green, soprano: od Evelyn Saluk altos Ben Grossman and ?,• Idels. lee rs; and Murray Baum. Bass Hyman Freed will be a: the pian Jacob Pat Salkow i 'Ii aiis Ai Israeli:;' IViur Stprvtrea W I npletion f its r : er will rge nu ppers during I Holy 1 S arrrw S P nnsj h anii it Rabbi A Sachi leader. .. .-.-.:> rr.ay be i ,.-, -..., daily, i seept Sabbath, from 7:30 to I -from 8 to 10 p.m. A ttee will also be or. Sundays. 10 to 12 r. .Beth Jccob Enrollment t for the 1 %  Ked by Rabb: M r I ". — = nui niuei Wd uc ar, ufhKheduled taily loltk* from 10 to 4 p j •:• pen J p l ud itudjr. USY Convention Ends Wednesday S> me 200 members of United _ogue Youth gathered here week to hol3 its first Ltade rs Training Institute. Headquarters for the Southeast Region gathering were at the Sar. Juan Hotel and the Miami Beach Jewish Center. The Institute, which convened early Sunday, set out as its pur• to provide USY members with the opportunity of acquiring sk:lls and knowledge which can be used in their cluo activities during the year. Sessions at the hotel and at the Center included religious activities, semin•nd social and recreational an ; Highlights of the many d:sussions included talks led by Racci Mayer Abramowitz, of the Shore Jewish Center, on importance of Synagogue at.:. Jewish ci mmunaJ --' %  •:•Othei :•..:.. •:•.. by Race: SanderA Tofield [Jack; iville, who out' I %  Syna• • • %  • %  : %  • Tr.( Convention Vednes ft : Local Students At Hiliel Institute %  •' •. %  %  %  ... • rted stu%  HiUel Zamora Set For Registration; Mrs. Ross Is Principal Announcement has by the Zamora Jewisl enter of registration for the Hebrew ar.d Sunday schools scheduled September 2nd through 14t The office of the Center will be open evenings, as well .^s days, during that period. Hebrew School will start on Monday. Sptember 8th. and Sunday School. September 14th, tficials indicated. Mrs. Rochelle Ross, w: has accepted the post of principal, is a descendant of a long line >f physicians, educators and Zionists. Brought up in Israel, she is a graduate of the Herzelia Gynasium Tel Aviv, and also of the Teachers College in Beth Hakerlm. Jerusalem. Mrs. Ross has done post graduate work at the Sorb Paris and holds a certificate for teaching French. She has also taught in Israel. New York and more recently in Miami Beach a! the Hebrew Academy and Miami Beach Jewish Ctr." Hialeah Holds Picnic A picnic will be he! i:..: ah Miami Springs n September 1st. L • Crandon Par! +Jenisf Fkridiar 2 it • every Pt oa> %  •* "-• Jwih Klcon *t Ii TI• "w •'cw'sn r eric a'l wmm t-e Jtwiak Ln.ti di\a thf **.fc> Member of t* J*~ >' %  raptllc *g' C y. Seven *ti a'.'. Wo'iOnvitfe N?* .at ^ ii Ed.tonal Ae: itlo m '. :• Aitociat.? cf £•---•" > .-irBr < Fifid frrt t *' ." • J-mjh Kj. .<•>%  • • • • .. i —_ Sl>BSCRPTION RATE^. Ore Year T o Vera B.00 S5 00 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and PuB'iHer LEO MINDLIN News Editor OFPCE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephone* 2-114:2 8212 FRIDAY. AUGUST 29. 195. VOLUME 25 rUMBni • ELUL 8, 5712



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,'--, AUCTUST 29. 1952 +JtHilst Tli rHUrnr V I I :jli S-esitler Arrested In Prague 1 %  id to Ins wife. • -] thi Mapai in Budapest; and Mi W plai i need n con Greal .. %  hospital in 1951, ai nting to 51,443.973. The operating income | of $1,210,205 left an operating ol $>2;i3.678 towa'd which i Federation g::.nted $93,000. For 1952, tl %  hospital has projected ; rating budget of SI.596,000 and an anticipated deficit oi S317.000. Representing the Mount Sinai li ispital Committee were Max Oroviiz, Sam Blank. Dr. Morris Goodman, Sam Levenson, William D. Singer, Leonard A. Wien, Sam Fntndiand, Dan B. Ruskin, Leonard L. Abess and Samuel Gertr.i r. • Representatives of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation were SUITS YOU TO JL"T' 5ina I l< :it. the officials : %  g ited ining and consultation b th insti tutions in :• 11 future progra.t.s involving the hospital. Ti ustees further announced their unanimous de I i extend the hospital's organizational and plan'ing activity into the operBtional area of resident here to oftset the inbred, exclusive procedural method generally adopted by such institutions. They explained that interaction between Mount Sinai on its policy-making level and the community through the Greater Miami Jewish Federation would be the new goal aimed at. "We foresee greater individual Joseph Cherner, chairman, Carl irticipation in the thinking and Susskind. Carl Weinkle. Sidrey .;; Leaders Leave For Israel JTA The Israel rr bush %  : %  1 %  i ..; %  • %  A i. to hi u h contain i i millions ol t 960,030 bi i ssing. • • Sors Seek Asylum Ru 'srnel %  \ A ) N ei Can .! ( toi ship-; \ Jbl ons' : nship In a petit n forwarded 1 I Israel note that they 1 'en poi lation — th< %  j iasm, we hj ve r id the gr< atesl m %  ndi natuj n. We have %  •-'" exten : ; yi ur ol i • a • • I n<>BEs;?Eoyc k d Demonstrate In Haifa ... : M (JTA) Sev al hundn I uni • I li the Haifa Lai or Ex nan P ilice wen (all< i aft n v l ol th lemo Count il's offices. A nu nbei tions of the li rai I p ipul lion do n< foods, since 1 deperd y %  %  %  %  day in Isn el, a n i dii al : i %  5 ni !i -i u ~ here fast we< kend. Although the lh< re :: I rael of malnutrition, i % %  I i the present tood si ort ge, it urg vernthe r.utritioi al valui • c • • Mi;t i' RK (JTA) runeral lervl I PJ i. Bernstein, former president of HIAS. Danbury H > C i-.necticut. win lt u">< RO vears old. Sandied e had UPHOLSTERING -•Upholstery ip Covers %  %  i • ; 78-0115 RU1 • 4102 N.W. 17th AVE. & He was 80 years old. CALIFORNIA r^sir-Ulcsirir %  > IEESE r***s: ^Creamy Smoothness all its own! V'Far Richer Flavor! V Larger Curd! rWJfk (Zi CALITORNIA ,CHEESE CALIFORNIA STYLE CREAMED COTTAGE CHEESE Better Because It's Breakstones'. Miami Offffire 153 N.B, 29th St., Phone 2I7: HmHHSB^^^^Hn^B. KE



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PAGE 6 *JenistFkriMnr FRIDAY. AUGUST 2 9, jgjj Knesset Backs Israel Cabinet On Military; Arabs Spurn Peace Offer %  •-< %  Israel n Arabs m I I try and • 5 long, ti said as D Syi pact ci : % %  this states J nt defense i A pact ] es that -• It { res is an tack on til :. bt net • ith i tie. the Egypt on iinced • • sta dishmca; by thf goremn : I anew i mmissior I fight C %  %  • %  and 2 m and rap ii Egypt D v test ITJ : !sn • •.' :. %  : %  -US To M*di!t E>pl %  • %  %  %  Easi ng thes • • ai LU -: • • \ pact i the ai :. n Obituaries s s %  s M V.-: ft %  N | 1 | V V • Mrt v %  %  '• Rabbi Cassel Named To Psychology Group I Knesel Is %  .. %  Ps Ass li n is compos nen pr the fk : % % %  Is Rat>. Casa 5 at present thi ned Rabl f pro! Ps lists A member of the An* : .-. >. Asst •' %  n ., graduate ->• Yeshiva and Columbia Universities, where he re..-. %  i the Master of Arts in field of Mental Hygiene For the '.^•' '•''-" : •""• •'-'-"• ten conducting Guid%  t the Knesel %  A III. Ilixlribule^ Calendar* To %  lade Srhools C in • ••'•'• % %  •' %  the approach ,ii\ specially | 153 S I C ibeing distnb;. teachers in the publj Is of Dade County.) unced by Gilbert J. Balkm. Florida director, Anti-j Defi of B'nai B'ril _, ship "f B nai Br: Iges and Women's C 'unty. in cothe Florida AOL calendars indicate | holy days, legal holidays! -;.,••: religious and patriot-, • nance occurring each to aid teachers scheduling examinations, issemblies and 1 functions. The School Calendars i the Community Re* %  of the American ttee. Young Adults Hear Talk On Europe The Young Adult Group 0 ,,. Miami Beach Jew meet on Wednesday evening. ^ tember 3rd. 8:30 p.m n ,£ Center Religious Sch v ,'.;' bly Room. *** %  Principal speaker will he fw onel Frank Dunba "!; discuss his recent trip tluwS Europe. u when regisother were Tau Epsilon Phi Has Initiation And Dance A special Initiation and Dane. sponsored by Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity will be held on Sal urday evening, September 6th at the Hibiscus Lodge. Miami Beacli Judge Harry Greenbere „f Surfside. and William B Frw man. of Lake Worth. Florida win be initiated into the ranks dance will follow. Mr. Robert L Glasser is in charge of arranee. ments. s • N Arthur Pearl To Attend Emory Medical School sity Mej S 9tlnM-fh Israel I iirofhiirul nd of parliati rea, the Congn .'-.-. • nue, M I it ica: %  %  %  • %  %  Sadler, cl [Education, fur.c• R ssel. Registration ... '..-::" %  • FUMIGATION.,., NYLON TENTS MMKATM ttVD.Pna.jio? 5 %  %  • %  %  Par! E %  %  • %  %  GET AUTOMATIC DEFROSTING AT A NEW LOW PRICEI KELVIN ATOR %  %  f A I Eta %  I -%  %  .. • %  %  %  i ASK FOR Kosher Zion Products at your LOCAL DELICATESSEN & MARKET •1IA lcs.ft.sf CeU Star* • tJ-fc. him CWI e r^,, ir, cw* BSBMBS] I • T-tIt.UM Cftawil I ll navilbsi• tMsfrffcefl GLASS E VC1 V poirosi szz-z rrr.vT ?-_*— i^ vzsz-zv G_vsa r-r=-_r. r:j, %  tm-i v-::, u: ?:„:;: 9m Specialty IA li. (>las9> and Mirror Works M-:VI>SO\ FOOB srrriAiTiEs co : ; l hsd AVE. MIAMI PkasM ; mi 'Oe^. v \3GDvr BROS R>-2 is t. sr \r' THERE n .4 BOTH RSfUGERATOK. n RICHARDSON FURNITURE-WAREHOUSE ^ N. W. 24th St. Near 7th Ave



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FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1952 U-nUti fk.ridiar} PAGE 7 j~ l i i i i i 111 mniT'i n TuiuM VII „„, r Capitol Spotlight BY MILTON FRIEDMAN (Copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) U | | I 1——^— L L %  WASHINGTON—The National Public Library and in smaller s Club, whose membership includes all sorts of seers ol ihine< to come, has been joined bv the Prophet Jeremiah of Isspots like the Fort Lauderdalc, Florida, Public Library. Israel art works are now prominently displayed in over 60 public places iah came to the club in the United States. This has rat Is art makes it more interesting. There are only a few sabra artists, but Rfoshe Castel, a Palestii ian native, has been honored by the Feigl Gallery in New York through a display of his works. One oustanding artist. Jodianan Simon, paints at the kibbu / where he lives. The varied background of accomplished Israel artists "is indicated bv Steinhardt from Germany; Reuven Rubin and Marcel Jancu, Romania; Mor| decaj Bronstein and Moshe Matus, Poland; Miron Sima and Pinchas Litvinovsky, Russia: Eliahu Sigard, Lithuania; Melita Schiffer, University Symphony Orchestra Ends Pop Series, With Subscriptions Doubled in'the form of a rare woodcut benefitted not only fhe interna' „..nited bv Israel artist Jacob tional community of art lovers ., SEShSdt but has brought vitally needed lta >and other ?,. „ Stemnarai. Hollars to tarnal Baikal visualizes the flow of Club members noted thatJereao '" !" ~ %  JL art from Israel as traffic on a miah's -non-partisan predictions Exhibits have been arranged by \ two-way street. He wants to sec 0 f political developments were Baikal at art galleries throughout American art in Israel and aln-.ore than 89 per cent correct, the nation. An exhibit at the Los %  ready the Krtessei has officially Tnt woodcut was presented to Angeles was opened by Dr. Ralph | accep ted a nainting, Resurrection, the club jointly by the writer of ; Bunch, former United Nations ; by the American. Max Band. Not this column and BA. Barkai, an Palestine mediator, who amazed onlv has Barkaj given Israel ar everyone by his extensive knowl, tists hope of f indin( recognition otJ Se of_ art The gallery where the j in America, but the art exchange exhibition took place bought two idp a has broug ht additional distinction to Israel. Israel has become known to million of American art enthusiasts as a new nation from which important things Israeli (ouinalist. We are both interested in promoting IsraelAmerican culture affinity through exhibition t( ihp introduction of Israel art in Israel painti this ecu) try. But Barkai is actually doing something to bring this ab stings. A one-man show of Steinhardt woodcuts was held in May. 1951, at the Art Institute, of Chicago. All the woodcuts President T Felt, of the Press were sold on the opening day and mav be expccte d ,n the years to Club accepted the woodcut from 50.000 visitors, mostly non-Jews, comt u ~ r \lr-oc ^oHir, anH attended in one-month. As a re| liables Center ti i Koop, CBS radio and ; n news chief in Washing. g*f invitations were extended to ated that he thought Barkai-from twenty galleries and would be well receiv' mu f" ms f or "Rg museums to rd bv the other -prophetswho hold Israel exhibitions. uent the club. I. S. Turover, In July. 1951. the Citv of Zion. SI UK Party An Orientation Party is planned for the Kindergarten and :.. i vice, president of the Illinois, celebrated its fiftieth anNu of thc Coral Gables Jew • Organizationiof America n.versary. In nearby Waukegar.. L Center on Septembl r 5th was pleased by the arrival Barkai was then conducting an l0 30 at 32Q Palermo Coral Washington of such a venerIsrael exhibit which included j Gab i PS Israeli as Jeremiah. ; works of Biblical interest. VisitT h c "sistcrhood announces that Several months ago. I met Barmg clergymen commanded that Mrs Morrjs A gk wh() holds nder the Battle Of Jericho. ; Baikal bring his exhibit, to Zion. I hc Bg d e in Education from That painting, also bv Steinhardt. He was invited to do so bv the ; Nyu and who js a grydllatc ()f being presented to the Adg* ay0r T, h T 'u "" !" useu !" 'the New York School for Jewish nistration Building of the DisZion so Barkai hung the Pictures j Teacners will be supervisor o 1 of Columbia. Someone look' "> the municipal court chambei. ^ s( hool f the musician's advanced wage scale, as well as the salaries of the concert stars presented. "Despite this increased budget." Mrs. Volpe concluded, "the deficit was $5,000 less than during the previous year." The University Pop Conceit series was sponsored by the City of Miami Beach Council up t the amount of $5,000, with the U of M carrying the balance. The Pop Concert Committee included George J. Bertman, Herman Binder, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Duntov, Mrs. Warren Freeman. Mrs. Alice Hailparn Kolb. Mrs. Maurice Lev, Mrs. Mabel P. Murray, Mr. and Mrs. Hank Meyer. Mrs. Nellie McArthur, Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Nelson, Mrs. Claude Renshaw and Mrs. Milton Sirkin. mini.trie Drive." Senator Hubert H. Humphrey answered this facetious question by saying that the "senaugh was impressed bv the Iscret weapon of the free world is \ rael art. To honor the exhibit, the the power of the human spirit as j priest procured an Israel flag


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PAGE 8 *.J m 1strkr*Ji'ir FRIDAY, AUGUST 29 TOU WONDERFUL PEOPLE: There's nolhir.s ir. the world like the miracle ci friendship! And fcr the past sereral £nd disrr.a cars the oo.dtn disthe hosp.tal roon %  •%  -%  • V .. .•< -. ..-.:... rs: I'll I looked around. She was rich:. Stunning. f.;wrs. I hi mhjoj fox the cards. A magnifier.: firs: :.-ker. Mice a hex :'. f.i— e frcrr. phctooraphers Buddy Kaye ar.d Star. Lttbov with the eoenaaaM Get a-e.l. W-j Bead you Is write t ipdoM ... A Bora! piece bfMthtakiaalj beautiful trcrr. Sarr. KapUa ar.d your ir-.er.cs :: T-e Horel Associatioa with excf.c srike-f.cwsrs. frsrr. Ka %  •• £-.d "Mother Sa-rr. Exc--ii;:e rctabuda frcrr. Grecg Throck-rcrtcr. who ; my Grecc s rT-.:e :s:-.cr. at :he ccrr.cr A masMd ecu-: of beaut-e — 1 •Baked Incredulously — :rcrr. Albany NV. A perfect pe:it;: orchid — from Bill Crc-ckett of •--e MUmi Batch S;v.-;s ar.d Lear. i.-.d then the day before : could ;.borne :r.i: China** cerr. of i plani from SkeUaga C.arke whe c br phosing :'.-.: v told rr e daily — Id baan eeet >.touched by tee thoughtful ccr.rerr. shewed :y Tr William Wldanaa ar.d Dl David K:rsh. Mrs. Kih who cxpi"! bat baby my second new sat with ^s is lhay resell d procedure while :-; flight below in thi DuPouf Building Mrs. Wickmaa pinch-hitting ::: ; day oatil nurse Marcs CaUahan re:_rr.ed frcrr. vacation *-£s %  > txpactaatly awaiting a de-ci-'.cr.. I d -.•.-;: met Mrs. Wiekmaa — but s.-e d e-eer. reeding :.-.:s column licet :: ;:i::ed — and laa rr.crr.er.: '. z z^e-ez :he:r c:f:ce ieor. she recognised me from :.-.a! wretched photo, r. '-.is ze;*~e ::: :cr ..v;.-.c sca:r :s rcc.-r. whose seer-plaque Bfcrmed ma .: waa c;o.-:-c ry Mr. ire Mrs. Leonard A. Wien. H;.:-iwas i.-.::.-.e: name: Eatty Ics:-..r ;r.i -::er = while I ncied :::.:: to lay bowcy ratbez cauriously, _:.-:* politics hcspitalt :;.-. p:cc_:c ;::;-;; ?e:'ri::>. DM j say 5:7 = 7.:;—? Ih;t :. — e 1 i!i La pure*: luck Alira ling cil carrying s. peak.^^ of :.--:i:s ;:. : : ; :.c: ikat r.;--.: :-re her much service. Operations -:••• on both. Her terribl] atiractiva and :sv;:ec f = —.%  -.-probably *-.-.. — L:: z-.i-.i-. of Cal Richard* --resale •welty tnd beautiful eaugirer Mtrtha, U. of M. grad new with tij Tic; County Welfare. Hei K:C ;.s:e: Buddy married to Nat ~ -' ::: -"I %  ". -^ire: ::. Lincoln ~;^c :re:r 19d mu be i twin tc Buddy — she does: i look .; herse.i u [na ?f.-:s V c: M W ph on rjcatfon it New Jack and Mollia Warsbel] af SW ICth Z:-.: whoae col;; .--c .: .'eye* -e: E:-:e:r< :::r High s. ilt Univi at the Un •• Law S> hooL he is P: Lambda Phi Fi I Rabbi Shapiro, Cantor Cerner Will Officiate Josepl M. -: Fli '.ir-Gr..'^ ... : %  is) C Center. 1 this eek .r.r. ..:> engage ent I : Shaj • %  Elishi th< Big H 7. Days %  %  • %  T : .. I si 7 7 • _'--: • -, in Pstts Young Judaea Holds Annual Convention gates from e very the untrv gathered at T( I V: J :. ". 17 N >rth u for the %  : • : Na'• nal Seni V ung Judaea last M • iay. AvTaham Harman, director of the Israel I ffi f Information : %  N%  % %  York C %  '%  and Aubn %  W • r : Th< S %  ent ol -..• Ala; L'ni r % %  -:• •••%  at th C nvention. Othei C nvei tion highlights were a Ral I i Ai Prei executivi iirector I • An erii -. Zi nist Y nth Commissi n. and N irn 5d ..run. execUttve irect : V ling Judaea. Fel< llarri^hi^ At I ar<'\v*ll Partv Mi and Mrs Louis ] %  I SW 16th St] honortd at a :a: 1 ta odan d br I Ji wish Center. T • party. spoHscred .hood, will ':• members of the Cc~ I fne.-.ds to present the 3a • are moving : :.. \ n-.onth. With a | Mr. Banish has member of the Board of I r the Congregation sic inception, when it was kn wn ?. ; the Kirst Congregate D • : 7 : GsHe has alsc beer, si rvir.g as chairman of the H'. tee Kn. Barrish is past dent in charge of Youth A t.vitiei for the Sisterhood Shi member of the Bcsr.-: of of the Center ar.d of thi %  >.. %  %  %  1-6477: Al C 828: Mori :--• 7 urdines the home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS Mia.-r.i IfJaa] Beach Ft. Lauderdala West Palm Beach 1 2 • 7 STORY FIREFRCCF CCNSTHUCTED WAREHOUSES AVAILABLE ALSO SILVER & RUG VAULTS AND PRIVATE ROOMS LOCAL HAULING It PACKING A"ANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM NEW ;VORK OR VICINITY ALSO THE MIDDLEWEST AND CALIFORNIA LO,C DISTANCE DOOR-TO-DOOR IM WITHERS VAN LINES lOOO N.E 1„ Ave. fc ph. 82-7561 A..1I S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS th Lc C;



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Lav AUGUST 29. 1952 *• 9mH n^rtrHrtr PAGE 9 Mr. and Mrs. Abe Katz, of New York City, will arrive on Lj c y at the Marseilles Hotel to spend their semiannual vabn here. They will also visit with their daughter and sonMr. and Mrs. David A. Hess, of 2190 S\V 13th S'rse pni + Miss Tillye Predinger. of 1425 SW 5th Street, Miami, left week for a vacation, with steps in Philadelphia, "c.; Yo:'.: Buffalo, where she will visit her filter, Mrs. Jerosia Rcs> Miss Predinger will be gone four weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Sperling, c f 5820 SW 9th Terrace, ounce the b'rth r.i their son, Lawrence Steven, at Mount jj Hospital last August 12th. The Briss was held on the 19th, Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiating. Grandparents are Mr. and living Ginsbura and Mr. and Mrs. William Sperling, all {•ami. Laurence Steven joins his brother, Terry, and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Weiner, of 1243 S W6th Street, announce birth cf their daughter, Hermeen, named after Mrs. Weiner's Ither, Herman Waitzman, who passed away two weeks ago. Br.dpGrent* are Mr. and Mrs. Morris Jacobs and Mr. and Mrs. r.q Weiner. all of Micmi. Other Weiner children are Marilyn Marty. Mrs. Miriam Press, of 911 3rd Street, Miami Beach, is ivi.-.g en August 31st, for New York and Montreal, Canada, ere she will attend the wedding of her nephew. Dr. Morton be, Mrs. Press will be away four weeks. Mrs. Anna Abrcmovitz, of the Women's Club, Workmen's :'.e No. 692, has returned from a vacation spent in New York Ksw Jersey with her two children. Mrs. Netta Kerstein, of 42 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, ned home following a vacation in New York with her t ,::d Mrs. Jercme S. Rosokoff, of Buffalo. New York, pounce the birth cf their daughter, Linda Sue, on August 5th. srents are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rosokoff, also of Buffalo, Id Mr. and Mrs. Alfred H. Predinger, 1425 SW 5th Street, MiI M Rosokoff :3 the former Diane Predinner. M Miamiana on vacation in North Carolina include Judge \z Mrs. J. M. Morris and daughter, Mrs. Joseph E. Gersten. I. md ."rs. William Hirsch, Mr. and Mrs. Loufe Krsr.skv, Mr. U Mrs. William Elatt. Mayor and Mrs. Shepcrd Broad and their two children, brris cr.d Ann. of Bay Harbor Islands, were feted early this fe"< upon returning from an extensive vacation trip through ccce. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Latter, of 6710 SW 26th Terrace, anfcnee the birth of their son, Howard Nathan. Hertz, Shugar Betrothal Told Mr. and Mis. Maurice Hertz. of 4526 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach, announce the engagement of thendaughter. Anne, to Harold Shugar, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Shugar, Baltimore, Maryland. The bride-elect attended Michigan State College, Lansing, and Miss Anne Hertz IS a past vice prisident of Miami B pleated insert and short slei cuift %  '. \. il.. pn ssed tulh I i Is Aiencon lace trimmed the ti of thi Hi rii th • %  :' %  her fing rtip > I pi .ill tiara. She v. % %  • %  forrr.al-li gloves and < • ouet of stephanotis cento witl two white or hids. Mrs. B I tin was matron of honor for her Bister ar.d woi flamingo-colored net dress i gray talfeta. She tarried a heartP ARKWAY Kosher 12^5 S.W. 22nd St. Phone 9-096S MR. EMPLOYER It you reed help Phone us please—9-0006 Thank you DE LUXE PLACEMENT A I H J< avons, 0 GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have you. /"of repair**) now; you will % %  *• on a nw roof later "Satttfaotory Work by Exparlancad Man" 414 %  W 23nd Avinu. VHON 4The Israelite Center 319E S.W. 24th TERRACE RAB3I ABRAHAM SACHS CANTOR SAMUEL SALKOW HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES ROSH HASKCNO—Beginning Friday Evening. September 19th YOM KIPPUR—Beginning Sunday Evening, September 28th YISCOR—September 23th. 11 a.m. TICKETS MAY BE OBTAINED AT CENTER OFFICE Sundays 10 a.m. to Noon Daily T.30 to 9 — Evenings 8 to 10 (Except Sabbath) y&tntri YHUUC tPiudio (THE SCHOOL WITH THE MODERN APPROACH) ReCpens for the Season t'l'iratv Institution ior Children and Adults PIANO VIOLIN SIGHT-READING PHONE 5-4423 J E. Barry Greenberg at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. The Bar Mitzvah is a 9th grade student at Miami Beach High School. He was graduated from Temple Beth Sholom Hebrew School and will begin his sophomore year at the Central HebrewHigh School this Fall. A Kiddush reception in the Center Dining Hall will follow the services. Mr. and Mrs. Greenberg will entertain friends and out-of-town guests r. their home on Sunday. August 31st, in honor of the Bar Mitzvah and their 19tii Wedding Anniversai y. This Equipment Now in Tel-Aviv Israel 1. One SCHIELD BANTAM CRANE mounted on half-track. powered with Diesel motor, equipped with drag line bucket, clam shell bucket ar.d concrete placing bucket, 48 ft. boom. One 16S REX CONCRETE MIXER on four pneumatic tired wheels. One LUXURY 2 2 -ROOM FLAT in the heart of Tel-Aviv. furnished, including refrigerator. For information write: BEN CILLER. 523 MICHIGAN AVE.. MIAMI BEACH. FLA. 2. 3. Peters Atlantic Service "BUMPER TO BUMPER SERVICE" L M. PETERS 5735 N.E. 2nd AVE. Rockmocr Garage 211 N.E. 59th STFEFT ... COMPLETE GENERAL REPAIR SERVICE MAKES OF CARS SATISFACTION GUARANTEED PHONE S4-7443 Organize Seven Li f el if Art* Soviet u Hero I e newly organized Seven • • %  lv Arts Society m t at the s : irum, 124 11th Street, ,. in an initial gath< rli st Sunday eveni '.g. m featured a critical : the philosophies of Al!.:n


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PAGE 10 fcgggg ftrridian FRIDAY, AUG UST 21 Four Miami Savings Hold stage Door Canteen Show %  And Loan Groups in Nation's Larget r^ -.:' : Greater Miami s • .. '. > :-..-.: %  ..-. 1. =:: A--.3' • • 5 nee sponsored I statit • M La C %  • i first Stag C %  %  *A ..-.. ; -: .-. rings This report from Jos pfa V Inl %  Su: A 51 31s: bficials. I the Florid men wi.. rigs. Building and Loan join men f Miami Beach .. • lunteers in ased .... M m -%  %  A rding : : Maurice K the Sti nman Stage .' %  • ed that thA A-:ld of netj Artists -• %  n | h for its nal enter to conti Iheir talent jer of Hw : : A "A •V 1 %  Federal E : Mia i an I -.' %  -. Mii ur.ong th< • -" ... g< %  :. %  > ith A Beach .:-. I : -.. growth of thi ar i I. an ass .%  %  • : • .. s Steini 5GS <3i '£ '#1 i % %  .%  nth per 3i 1951 I Ju 1952 7 tal The Stag -cleared ^ i assets of the 100 ] : :...:.. t appearing in l • .' • te in our shows t <^2 • %  •_ ^ -: : : r c f D I Ass : • It was also ai that Ci' .. %  the Mia and %  •• M • • L I AFM grant fi Aiter.i.nc a Campaign Cabinet Luncheon for Bonds of Israel Government here are left to r:wL clockwise Alex Rubin. Louis E. Goldman. Jack B. Spund. Jules P. Chaining. Theodore PrltiS Harry J. Soaj Looa B. Jacobs, Charles Millman. Ben Klein. Sidney D. Aniin. Max Orovilz. J^I rA-'Sir. Biar.ic MUxoa S. Malakoff. area manager. Carl Weinkle. Dr. Morris Gocdman, Hani Simonhofi ::.:::ri A. Straus. Emil J. Gould. Sidrey I. Bernbaum and Abe Kurman. : %  .. %  • : : %  51 Emmc Lazarus Club The E Post Registration Time Dr. Miller Moves ion for Hebrew and rj r Murray Milli Fashion I ouncil Installs Officers is ::.::;:-.. on. Hebrew School reg— '.Group Donates Radios To Childrens' Hospital N ted president of the Fas is Marin K %  • -pt the %  -_ itgomg President -" '" Id Schiff --...lation jh Mr and Mrs. Juniors % % %  I August 31st, at the .; Hebrev Scl I and Congregation, will make a presOther :: ,.-.• Iud Ben Silentation of fifteen bedside radios -dent. w: ;h accompanying ur.der-thepresipiUow speakers to the Variety .-•....-.. :. will continue from Septem ei 8th through 11th. 4 p.m.. A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE r E k* 5t;-t =:-I MC WE DENBERG :-K 2nd ier.i Noi treasurStean %  retary are S A. A: x in. An K n H<:.. M M %  : Hill/. INSURED SAYINGS Free 1 full Hour perking at Miami Parking Garage, 224 S. Miomi Ave o r Bonk by Mail at rke Hospital on Sunday. •. 31st 1:30 p.m.. at the H si • The radios were pure the pr ce< is I a benefit • • %  Cas-•••"" %  .. lanca Ho:• Loon Lake Is Site Of Golf Tournament A teur go!! Loon I Hotel. L L • Tr.e i y Frank rials • %  I. n _-. %  Builders of Immortal Memorials for the irart $ nan Jewish Trade Represented by Slm.>n Seiden UH a. w Mk Slr.H Look for the 2-Story White Building Thurmond Monument Co. MARKERS S40.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3249 'BMH J8 iMtte For i>na TM* Kt N Rt> kf"" sE* ." QV.6 O'J 1 S>' 4 9 %  i 3-l0 • %  I* -' r.cral Repair on all Make Trucks and Carl Electric and Acetylene Welding COULTON BROS. GARAGE '•' %  • ~< !: %  : .lit — Body Repairs and MM M Free Plrk-L'p and Delivery — Wreoker Ben %  a *fc ^*5 Industrial SAVINGS BANK SAFETY GLASS INSTALLED IN ALL CARS At TO I AH K HAMlinVlKE EXPERT REPAIRS ON HYDRAULIC WINDOWS S ei and Sc-v.cc at 1304 N. E. 2nd Avenue Ph:ne 9-3 /j Disuxbutec by Hi-Oi^ade W—4 Co. 1733 N. W. 7th. Avenu. Phon ; M456 Luten to Schacter's JEWISH RADIO HOUR T.-.re Times Weekly Sunday-2 -.W^^iciy and Friday-. 1 a m WMBM 800 on Yow Dial SPECIAL FEATURE THE JEWISH PHILOSOPHER The Most Irteres:.3 Radu Personality Jacob Schachter -*:tO' NORMAN R. LYONS ''• % %  •liite" M.o:ii IRVING PIETRACK WOLPERTS MID-SUMMER FURNITURE CLEARANCE! TIIOI VtVlfS 0 ITEMS TIIHOl i.UOl T THE STORK MARKED DOWN 20 to 50% 1200 CORAL WAY OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 9 P.M.



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FRIDAY. AUGUST 29, 1952 +Jewist rhridiir PAGE 11 Uh El Academy lunched Soon i by local communal lead11 lucators, the Beth El IS',', iv v. ill become a major I, n the life of Miami," RabI y-ahu T. Swirsky spir1 : -ol'the Beth El Con|,' ; ,„. said in a statement I. (his week. fec< the announcement of the E y S formation, registraf is exceeded expectation, I s w irsky indicated, as he I i that Miami's only allf tution will have its Eng, .rtment supervised by fcrHatfifld. principal of the nar.doah Elementary School. Hither details regarding the f|; early this week explamih;'* the Academy's staff will ude Sheila Ludwig, BE, and Uliss, BA. for First Grade kiction. The medical staff consist of Drs. Charles Ros%  / %  and Herbert Fletcher, %  •cording to Sidney H. Palmer, lid.-it of the Congregation, itrxr money nor effort is be: 11 renovate all classis and to procure the best in b quipment." (1 Zalis. chairman of the I E ition, indicated in [ mnouncement that f •: : ilready closed but I i parents to place • their children on ting list. larel Uiaplor iinisal Party Casablanca t Chapter, B'nai B'rith ,'. n, will hold its AnParty at the Casap H tel. Miami Beach, beI Saturday and ending I lay, I. ibor Day. I will begin Saturday In. i with a Banquet and | tn be held in the ol the Casablanca. Ilowed by a Swim> n S iy evening at the :ia club. i \ swimming will conitivities <>n Monday. an the Labor Day ektnd House Party is Lenore llc^3 MANUfACTURfD F R E S H DAILY % T Phone 9-0601 %  0 N.W. 13th Avenue "'AMI, FLORIDA Edward Klein, of New York City, has been appointed to serve as Cantor of the North Shore Jewish Center during the High Holy Days, it was announced t arly this week by A. Louis Mechlowitz, president. A lyric tenor and recent graduate of the Cantors' Conservatory of America, he was admitted to this school on the sponsorship of the American Theater Wing upon his release from the Army. Cantor Klein had been a Chaplain's assistant in Iran. The Cantor has been heard in recital in Town Hall, New York, and served in leading conservative congregations. He is currently residing here with his wife, Adrian, and two children, Frank and Linda. See this New, De luxe Automatic G-E Range At Wolpert i I'ITH*-*—\ |T1#*tf WL 1 AUTOMATIC OVEN TIMER —Turns your oven ON and OFF! Put your complete meal in the oven—set it for dinnertime —and go to the movies! •" HI-SPEED CALROD UNITS .—Five exact cooking speeds! One Extra-Hi-Speed Calrod Utility unit for extra-fast cooking starts! ,_ The No-Stain Oven Vent that means a clean kitchen—Big Storage Drawers—Double Appliance Outlets (one automatically timed)—Extra-Hi-Spccd Calrod Unit—Electric Minute Timer—and every other feature you could possibly want for easy, fast, better electric cooking 1 iff THIS DREAM RANGE TODAY! Aufhorized dealer GENERAL^ ELECTRIC i'tlllOIWlLYi ennnos 1200 CORAL WAY winituze Contpanu



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I : -.'JG'JST 29, 1=52 '• kwts.l' ff, f riidlilnir. PAGE I'J ;LIGIOUS DIRECTORY 1V /A5 ISRAEL SYNAl.j E : i Friday evenI : 6:45 p.mSaturf ervi< es are sched. with Rabbi Isaac %  e Weekly Por:; iir at 6:15 p.m.. Shalos Seudos. J-.v will" conclude the SabI rvices are at 8 a.m.. Tat ( 45 p.m. [;TH EL CONGREGATION Friday cven.ng serv.-• ; p.m. Saturday morning I ,'. hi .'.uled for 8:30 I A cli '• Theology will be liii p :: illowed by Mmcha [i ; ,.:: Shalos Studos will tl Sabbath. • • tlH JACOB CONGREGAI :.. Id Friday evening 10 p.m. Saturday rvi i s will be at 8:30 Mi scheduled for ^H; '1 by Rabbi MosH''.~'. cisi ussion of the Jkly Daily services I • and at 7 p.m. • • JWNTCWN SYNAGOGUE [l id Fi • evening services J:30 p :: Saturday morning pees an scheduled for 8:30 .ting Rabbi Arya lei el, will discuss the % .-;.-. • n. Daily services [a 8 a : and at 6:30 p.m. jRevtrend M. Cooper will be Iti : r High Holy Day serv:BP.EW ACADEMY win hold ay evening services at 6:30 SJ day morning services :< r 9 a.m. Mincha Greater Miami's Synagogue Directory I I'!' I-H< K\. r, I >r. '.' %  :•••, si Mlam Bi %  h Dav.d i M,,x Shapiro, %  .•.' %  aw 3rd Ave., £'— %  nryahu Bwlreky, Or.'.' 17th Ave., M an I %  JJCOC '. hb MOMS Meche!off. : Wash. Ave M B. s-ic c m H l.bl Leon Kronlah, I •' Ave., M B. Tfilah |>ai,|,| Joseph Rackov' 5 r lid Ac* MlI... %  i Gb't rial i Morris 8kop, Ub• • -r A '. • C ( ;;.1.>fcrlon b>r.-,gogue--'Tthnd. x, i::.. Pv W • Miami. jler.Grar.ma—50 NW "1>1 Place. pew Ac.-demv — Rabbi A'x*-<" v. !>lf> 6th St.. M.B. peah. Miami Sorinot — l:.\. • rni He K nh Ave., Hialeah %  ywood !; I.I Ja,.|,b Honlir. ConPli\. i |',,lk St., Hollywood. elite Center Rabbi Abraham atlve, "leu sw 24th M |th Israel Rabbi Abraham Can1*11 Euclid Ave.. |tni Beach I:. 1,1, 1 Irvine l^hrman. r'• %  1701 Wanh. Ave., M.B. f Hebrew School—Kabbi .s.mon Orthwk.x, 1 lfi sw 12th Ave., fi Dao, !:.,!.i,| Harrv Ettinger, wwryaii 13630 W. Dixie H'.fc-hb > Nortl \i ami. P n Short Kabbl Mayer Al.ramor '•!'..•. 620 i.ith St I t Ble '" %  Joseph Nar.it, Re•i-i St Miami. |'" h — Iteverend (Jeonre % %  ''• • N, Miami Ave. Mill M'frr, Uabbl Alfred W..xman, Miami. '" • • x. 4001 rhaae .1 h. I" ". '.it n .doll Brill, Coni Ave., 'oral IMIAMI TOP SOIL CO. "hone 9-2694-5 Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverized Grade A. Soil Bulldozing Hourly or Contract Phone 4-0335 "NDCAPING OUR SPECIALTY io EDWARD ALPER ,,'8'J S. W. 21st Terrace hL WORK GUARANTEED will be at 6:3ii p Dailj es are at 7:30 am, and I p.m. • • ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6 p.m. Saturday morning services are scheduled for 8:30 a.m. Rabbi lAbiaham Sachs will discuss the Weekly Portion. Mincha will be at 5:30 p.m., followed by Shalos ; Seudos. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6:31 p.m. Saturdav morning services are scheduled for 9 a.m.. with Rabbi Irving Lehrman discussing the Weekly i Portion. The Bar Mitzvah o! Barry, son of M". a~d Mrs* Sydney J. Greenberg, will take place at that time. Daily services arc in the chapel tt 8 a.m.. and ..at 6:45 p.m. • • • MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Ftiduv evening 'services at 6:15 p.m. Saturday morning services are schedule.) for 830 a.m.. with Rabbi Simon April discussing Sincerity In Prayer. A Class in Mincha will be held immediately precedi-g Mmcha. Shalos Seudos and Maariv. • • • NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday even, ing services at 6:30 p.m. Satur! dav morning services are sched1 uled for 8:45 a.m. Daily serv| ices are at 8 a.m., and at 6:45 p.m. • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will 1 hold Friday evening services at [8:15 p.m. Rabbi Leon Kronish will deliver the sermon. Irving Robinson will be guest cantor. • • • TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening services it 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Joseph Narot and Cantor Jacob Eornstein officiating. • • • TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will hold Saturday morning services at 9 a.m.. with Reveiend George Goldberg offir-Ptine ?nd discussing the Weekly Portion. • • • WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services will be at 9 a.m., with Samuel Richman assisting Rabbi Alfred Waxman Afternoon services are scheduled for 5:45 p.m.: and will he followed by a talk on Ethics of the Fathers. Shalos Seudos will conclude the Sabbath. • • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold Fridav evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with Reverend Rudolf E. Brill officiating. An Oneg Shabfcat will follow, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Louis Barrish. Saturday morning services are scheduled for 9 a.m.. at which time the Bar Mitzvah of Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berman, will take place. BSflirfiY %I;MI<-.IIV Laanehea N<-hol Wear Thursday R bbi Alexander s. Gro • al of The Hebrew A< i %  Mia i i ]>,. ach, I ,oun, ".' l that th i 1952-1953 Si IOOI Yeai men on Thu ning, Se] ten ei 4th. The Hi brew Academy Inclui from K i m!< rgartei 'mough the 8th Grade, in both the Hebrew ard English Depart' ments. In launching its sixth year oi 'tiv.ty, Rabbi Gross announced that th..Academy will open with : r< (.>id c in ,!!,. ,.-. ]].. i,,|,| t .,i that students will include repre lion from all sections o! the Greater Miarri an a. as weU BS Coral Gables. South Miami. HolLvwood, Hialeah and Miami Shores. Registration for the Fall Semester is held daily from 9 a.m., to 4 p.m., and from 9 a.m.. to 12 noon, on Sundays, at the Academy office. Lachs Unveiling Thl .;."., i| th late Cel i : i, formerij 1620 S W. 4th Street, will tak plai Sunday, August 31st ;t 12:30 pirn, at the Bel Tfilal etion of Mt. S nai i Cemeterj Rabbi Joseph F.' Racltuvsky off:• ating. Mrs. Lac !is is su \ ived I y • r hut and, Osias; a son, Louis; a daughter, Mrs. Rose Berki i tz and two grandchildren, Arrai gi ments are .ri charge of Pa,; Miami Monument Company; friend: r.•: .i ia.t.ve.s are asked to be present. North Shore Lodge North Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith, Wjll held b Social or. Sunday evering, August 31st. at the Nautilus H tel, BI n iincc I Mark Silverstein, tee, eai ly ti.is week. Kei.i Elavid Vnsiti I. Max Eh ipiro will ci n du | his 20th service, marking his ^dt year in Miami, during the Holy Days at Congregation Beth David on the evening of Septi mber 19th. ation at the Congregation's Hebrew and Sunday Schools, it was announced early this week, has been scheduled as ws: Sunday School. September 7th. i 10 a.m.. to 12 noon. Hebrew School, Tuesday, September 2nd, from '.i l i 5.30 p.m., continuing urtil the opening of classes on I Monday, September 8th. Nursery School registration .v:ll be on Sunday, September 7th. from 10 a.m., to 12 noon, and will also continue through .he wck. Tri Beta Council Has Fashion Show Tij Beta Council, with the cooperation of the Greater Miami .)( wish Community Center, will present its Second Annual Chow Mein Dinner, Fashion Show and Dance at the Miami Branch on Sunday evening. September 7:h. A kosher Chow Mein dinner Will be served between 5:30 and ,7:30 p.m. Highlighting the even, ing will be a fashion show staged I hy Edith Applebau.-n and featuring members of the Tri Beta Council as models. Theme of the fashion show will be Back To ; School fashions. Also on the agenda is a Miss Typical Teen contest with contestants from the various teenage clubs competing. Overall chairman of the affair is Froma Block. Susan Lapof is chairman of publicity. Saundra Prince is contest chairman, and Beverly Katims is in charge of ticket sales. JEWISH CALENDARS FOR THE NEW YEAR ARE NOW AVAILABLE • BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED • LARGE LEGIBLE NUMERALS • CONTAINS A WEALTH OF USEFUL INFORMATION ON JEWISH HOLIDAYS AND CUSTOMS Your Copy is Absolutely Free Phone or write us at once — your calendar will be mailed without delay. GORDON FUNERAL HOMES 710 S.W. 12lh AVE. Phone 3-3431 133? DADE BLVD. Phone 5-7677 Junior ll;nl.iss;ih Soptembor Affair The Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah will present a September Affair at the Spud-Nut Shop in the American Legion Hall, 303 Alharr.bra Circle. Coral Gables, on Monday, September 1st, 9 p.m. Proceeds will be used to support the Meier Shefeyah Children's Village in Israel, which is maintained solely by Junior Hadassah. Pietrack Appear SundayJacob Schachter's Yiddish Hour over s'.ation WMBM, will present Irving Pietrack on Sunday. August 31st, at 2 p.m. Pietrack and his orchestra will appear for the second time in as many weeks, due to listeners' demand, with a program of popular and Hebrew compositions. FUNDS UNUM1TEB WHi purvhasf accounts receivable, contracts, etc.. from responsible local business. Funds unlimited. Write Mm &, c o Jewish Floridian. Uox 2973* Miami 18. Fla. •Jay Hess Plays On TV Here Jay Biuce Hess, 18-vear-old pianist wh has appeared on numerous rati... and television i, v : %  Btun %  [ .. start on Jackie's K ver ti n WTVJ a t week T.' yout il n at! n ..-. %  S %  He is. 1 I Mrs. .-, H< ,2190 SW 10tn Palsy Talent Show A Talent Shi of Cen n Su p.m., at the Rivii <-•Stars will e L il. --. Can I Kratish ni Sha n Diamond. Pr are !or the -. tion. Academy Tickets A Ticket and Seating Arrangements Committee is at the Hebrew Academy daily, from 8:30 a.m.. to 5 p.m.. and from 6 to 7:30 p m. for tre reservation and sale of High Holy Day ticket--. NURSERY SCHOOL TEACHER For Local Congregation Five Mornings Per Week EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Jewish Community Center of Hollywood CALL 2-1534 WINZ 5G.0CC Watte Soon 0 0 $ Q O ^ O O o tfAR OF DAVID MEMORIAL PARK SOUTH MIAMI'S MOST BEAUTIFUL CEMETERY development prices at this time p ALMETTc ROAD, 80UTH MIAMI PH. 67-3669 Bernard E. Supworth. Pres. ]£_$ & # # $ O 2$ ^ ; ., :. %  nt Ths No.'ed Playwright ar.^ Ccr.-.menlatcr MORRIS NASATIR D ; •eiinf THE YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR-NOW TWICE WEEKLY I I Sunday — 12 noon to 1:32 p.m. Tuesday — 7 to 8 p.m. 3 FEATURES ON SUNDAY 1. A Child Is Born 2. T'-e Rabbis Corner 3. Life Ln Israel 3 FEATURES ON TUESDAY 1. Jewish Humoi 2. News From Israel 3. USsdss ParserTHE ETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE 2625 S.W. 3rd AVENUE Extends ••Ha mambtn end friends BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR We cordially :.-.-..; you to attend High Holy Day Services c! cur Synagogue RABBI MAX SHAPIRO and CANTOR MAURICE MAMCHES WILL CONDUCT THE SERVICES Assisted by the Beth David Choir Ur.dr Direction oi Miriam Donnerstag RESERVATIONS M*Y BE MADE DAIL. AND EVERY EVENING. EXCEPT FRIDAY 8r SATURDAY FROM 7 — 9 P.M. SUNDAY 10 — 12 A.M. FOR INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL 62 4795 ...



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PAGE 14 +Jeistrkrk#an FRIDAY, AUGUST 29 19:2 During The Week ... A • By LEO MINDLIN I See It ADOLF HITLER: I' |1 V JJ" .. m v hands some two weeks il'rcplete wit tographs i n. bj d camer AriSirSiS2 2 X2U oput.^ £353 Goring. I translated it from the German ."**• "W ^ !" < r,.y Leader, speak ou! our thanks in words. \S f a.>: —* %  -• f SJnl thrcughword. our faith an, *£*£**£•£ fOU. AJ IhJ there exists in trunks, love and alowmg cerot .. ... TO"-"* Leader may be seen todai in hundneas of thou,... %  fixed eyes. An entire nation. whole pecr.c £**•" *" !" and fortunate today because It has found ill yM ~ I a Leaaet hut the porso-.ifirat-.on ot J sav.c-: ^ ? ^ fthcNSDAP.t i N ational Soc.ahs = %  %  But he is "well aware Of pr.-pacar.da as a social art term and says rr.v translation i The Leader hitnse.t til ta creafest conMttteur! Such insight on the part of the cr:p?.ea *--P ""J lies his plea tor ignorance regarding global misinterpretation of Kan m.-tirations and goals. Further disbelief a rabd on ...e basis c. this remark: Propaganda Dr. Goeb be Is writes has .ike erery c:^at art its specially talented people who Mtablufe a KMM. knowl< -'' %  %  • r .% %  : v %  %  %  _• • %  %  %  ,......., %  • %  • iorl -•: eui %  :.-• %  tied :.-preturopl lead the world to rhe ccuntlet* ph: Adolf %  at ded %  %  %  5 r.i ,p anad, at 50 Ms*Education m^JJ Flaglcr-Granada Jewish munity Center held an Fdu,^ al Rally last night 51st Place. Plans and policy i f the H and Sunday Schi i l s Were nounced. Members of thp included Herman Fi-ldmani man of the Board of Dpi,'," Education; Louis SchwarS director of the Buu-au of 5 Education; Mrs. MalviJ? Liebnian. principal f thr r Beach Elementarv School I Bernard Welkind, r.cina', Flagler-Granada Sund > Dr. Bowman F. A&he seated), president of the Unirersity of Miami, is presented with a copy of The Troublemakers by Theodore R. Wayne left! and Manuel Lubel. representatives of Coral Gables Lodge. B'r.ai B'rith. The Troublemakers is the recent report of the Anti-Defamation League, which exposes the forces of intolerance here. IN THE MAIL DEVTSCHl AND ERWACHT i .: %  the other': will) the ........ onal — : %  nest Ei | .... Wi raai • :: ;• %  S V • • 5 %  M • ;: As : 1 • ."• .Fl • • ess, V Th.Turtle, comes [Songs a Daveni I Valli y Of I is fi I I Y( .: %  •' : thei %  the 01 I :. IggtSl :. title ft 1 Sinci urs, Hel< • K : s .-. H -' Strassberg Resigns "•'. H : : • B Sholom. M • %  • I S Red Cross Charts Hurricane Preparations ONLY THE NEW'52 £ eWe( REFRIGERATOR HOME FREEZER HAS No Amoving Paris — Slays Silent Fcrevtt rfrORLD'S ONLY FREEZING SYSTEM THAT GOES INTO ACTION WITH A CHANGE OF EVEN ONE DEGREE YOUR <*£<* II ud ob ... I • POSY MORTEM %  Hi M. F W %  • pter ". tny diBible. reel Disastei I Safel %  % %  .. _. %  i Te* aarmi erer:? G*r-i T iaditm* t-:*: un^ >-0 .. ; "-" "' r -" "-' Brtrie* ;:t.:.;* -a: :h* .-_;::= a-s -i--J IJ^. 7; ta y :h ^a= for a 900c de*. .-: ::s -.-;::= t .- ,„. c. A-.er.cas >cr_par,cr ;..-::.:.es. United Statee ----— -•-: .;.-.-. MrClcy r i5 icr.e -c:e :c :c*:e : --"-;= •-*= cmU uai.es$ undersTour-c Gencaa presses. v -. • • S • : %  : %  • MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director S505 N. W. 3rd St, Phone 87-8201 ORPORATiOX Ol TUTS Lewes: Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at I :i 6 8 LocAi Ttamr. 4\ _S LOANS HENRY E. WOLFF CO. E :; DECORA COME IN TODAY! %  • Miami Bottled Gas, Inc 101 W. Flagler S-.ree: Miami P^oni o- Genera' Office! 800 N. W. 73rd STREET Phone 84-0*71 -nifl €t (rs vi M§ CtmpH) commercial social hotel colling "' m onogto"' invifBti* 1 nl weeding onoun<. dial 2-W64 III .•• sixth UrM'j miomi It. flon^



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UY, AUGUST 29, 1952 %  **/*§> flcriJidr) PAGE 15 r-Grcmada ling League rards Trophies ,. Granada Bowling ,, w jl] hold its annual bantn Sundav evening, Septemih 8 P i" • a t thc D' nner Ke y fui'ant. Trophies will be L ns follows: tt place: Ralph Lang, capCharles Adelman, Harry Dave Seld and J. Seigal. place: Stan Swain, capr JHtinian Feldman, Sr., A. | a rr] CBJIOCUS. i place: Sidney Raskin, I and Milton Korotein. place: Sidney Stiller, cap|c irles Gi>)dm;in, Robert Hy Covorman. and M. ndividual averages are: 1784; B. Levina, 1712; L Bernard. 1683. v winter league starts jiesday, Srpumber 9th. 9:30 f a i the Lucky Strike Alleys. IIIHUT (amp Include* SOJIMHI Summer Home Camp of : (I ada Jewish Comity Center rnmpleted its sum(jessi n with a birthday parcampers. klS Pinafore was presented on Hay evening, Aug. 19th, at %  Center before an audience I 100 pe iple. ast includt'd-Johnnip Har\ rd Dor.nerstcin, Richard \ li ne Kromklin, Rosalie -. Lois Seltzer, Roberta Selt.; ihnson, Shelly •n Stern, Sandra i Car Smith, Miriam II Lawrence and •i nee was directed Cecils Kohn. .. Irwin Goldhofi I i unsellors, who 114 i impers during %  Beverly Yellen, June Moser, Carol i Zolth and Hei ry R >e Strassberg was i' the i rth Shore Registration ire Jewish Cengistration for its on September and 7th, [nstrucw School will t b r 8th. Sur.day luled to meet Si pLEGAL NOTICE I L\DER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW in lilVEN thai IllK til PI :.._:.• In tlliuU 111 %  umbei I22U0 thi l*lt) ,.: North ;|| • | • -Mi the del;. nf the County, Florida. 'i iml, Florida, thli i 1 MORE KIMES F EV PUBLICATION „r. E 5 IRCu,T COURT OF THE l,lTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF '•-OR'DA l\ AND FOR DADE %  IN CHANCERY. No. 152647 ''• NAW KIITZKV, Plaintiff, ; ^ SAW IIOTZKY, c ._ I 'efendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE J.NN \ \ \\\ RtrTZKY IU h iRNBI R'l MANIA herebj notified that %  Bill ,; "< roi Divorce han been you, and you are reB copy of \our Ans"In* to the lllli of com• Malntlffi Attorney, anil na Answer or Pleading • %  the Clerk of the clibefore the 21th day • %  % %  %  If you fail to do %  lefaull will l„. taken I %  J>f 'he relief demanded I .."' complaint. lid, •, ":>'l-:ilKI> at Miami. g. thla 26th .lay of August. AD. B LEATHERMAN. erk. Circuit Court, [hide County, Elorida >y WM W STOCK I NO tj clerk EHSEN" S ""' I : Bldg r"Florida I Plaintiff (lit — %  N TlCE i? OE FICTITIOUS o-rii-r NA, ,E LAW %  '••'! •i-.ii:in B to engage la n:\ T ,' l,r '''r '•'tlll'.UM name of 'I. '., ,V'^ r, : LAUNDRO. I Intnu? ,lh **• %  v L I' the • -1 L- 1 "'-'' MM name I"c52u;' f p2f k £ ,c *i C ourt JJATJUN S. AARON JESSIE AARON J s >".. I ml i" ,1 ^ u,u |nil. pu *r<-de Hldg %  i /S-12-l Roosevelt Temple Has Season's First Meeting Under the chairmanship of most excellent chief Mrs. Lewis Brooks, Roosevelt Temple No. 33 Pythian Sisters, will hold its first meeting of the season on Wednesday, September 3rd, 8 p.m. at 500 SW 17th Avenue. Plans will be discussed regarding pledges made to the Cancer Institute, Heart, Polio Foundation, Lend-A-Hand and other philanthropic organization. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN COUNTY JUDGE s COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 23597 RE: ESTATE OF CHARLES FELDMAN, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby Riven that I have find mj final report and petition for Final Mi-, li.nt, as Executor of the estate of CHARLES FELI i.M AN. deceased; and that on the :ith dav of Septembci, 1962, I will apply to the Honorable W. K BLANTON, Countv Judge of Hade County, Florida, foi approval of said final report and for flnul dlKi-hnrite as Bxeeutor of the Batata of CHARLES FELDMAN, deceased. This 22nd dav of August, 1962 1*1 LEON KAPLAN, as Bxeeutor of the Estate of CHARLES FELDMAN, I let-eased MY Kits, HBIMAN & KAPLAN l Attorneys for Bxeeutor S.'.n Seybold HldK.. •Miami. Fla. H'2!* — B/&-I2-19 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 28482 A IN RE ESTATE t)F OEORQE \V. BLOOMBBRO, I leceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO: AII Creditor! and All Paraom Having Claim.or Iiemand.i Asalnat Bald Batate: You. and each of you, are hereb) notified ami required to preaent an) claim* ami demands which yon. oi either of you, may have again*! the Batate of GEORGE W BMlDMBERfl i d, late of I lade i "ountj. Florida, to the Honorable Count) Judge* 'i Dadc County, and file the same In offli •• in Hi.i"%  T ini> i !o irthouKe In i •.' le i 'ounty, Florida, ithln eight calendar montha from ti.dal of the lirst |iubl hen Said rlalma or demanda to ennti In thi '" %  ^.il addrei : t:..i nam be oi n :.. an i |>i ••-• nted a afoi esaiil. or name \\''\ be barred I "nted %  I5UI da ol Augu t, A D., 1912, I'Win M l-.l.' iOMBER'1 and l: 'BERT I.. BMIOMBERC, i o-exei utoi s ..: the Estate of George W, Bloomberg, decea ed ROBERT I. BLOOMBERG Attorney for the Batate :i b'eyb Id Building • 1.1 22-2'.i 5 :• IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 152039 KITH Cfl.BERSON JOHNSON, Plaintiff \ %  ALEXANDER I JOHNSON, i lefendanl NOTICE BY PUBLICATION %  p i: An.in.|. %  : I. Johnaon I • %  I %  Monroe h'treet Aberdi en, Waahlngton V • I ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complain I for Divorce ha-, i n filed agalnal you, and you ire required to nerve a ropy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complain! on the plalntlffa nttorney, Moi ton Rothenberg, 120 Lincoln Road. Miami Beai n, Floi Ida, and file the original Anawer or Pleading In tinOffice of the Clerk of 'the Circuit Court. Dade i'ounty, Florida, on or the 5th day ol September, 1952, otherwise the allegat ..us of the %  aid Bill of Complaint will be taken is confessed by you and judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the BUI of I I' 1 1 III! DONE AND ORDBRED at Miami. Florida, this 6th day of August, l51. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court I Seal) By R. H. RICE. JR. Deputy Clerk t v-ir.-22-L'!' NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 151948 SAMUEL HKI.l.KH. Plaintiff. vs. Rl'TH HELLER, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Rl'TH HELLER US Baal Uth Street Brooklyn 2*, N. T. You. Rl'TH HELLER, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has l.een filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of vnur Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. BEN ESSEN, ESQ.. IB SevlMdd Bldg.. Miami, Fla., and file the origiiuil Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 4th d.i> of Beptember, 1962 if you fall to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notlos shall be published once e.nh week for four consecutive week! In THK JEWISH FLORIDIAN. HONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 4th day of August. A.I). E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida (Circuit Court Seal) t By WM W STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. BEN ESSEN Attorneys for Plaintiff 2J Seybold Bldg.. Miami. El.i 8/1-15-22-29 • si %  r N il TICE BY PUBLICATION %  > JJimLSiKHU C0U "T OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, .FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY ,., No 152517 ELI II GUILD, Plaintiff. AGNES GUILD, Defendant, N SUIT FOR DIVORCE You, AONBfc GUILD, JTT Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn 16, New v„,k, are hei.l notified thai a Hill u f Complaint for dlVoroe has been filed agalnal you, and you are required t.. serve a copy of your Answer or Plead"! K '.'., h Ul "' Complainl on the .'..-",".'"'" :,,,, "nev. Harold Shapiro, -. Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Floi Ida, .ma fu,. the original Answer or I leading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the -mi ,ia> of September, 1962 if you fail to do so, Judgment by default will he taken against you for the relief demanded In the Hill of Complaint l"'NE AND ORDERfcD ... Miami, HyM'la, this 25th day of August, E. p. LEATHERMAN, clerk, ClrcuM Court Hade County, Kloiidu lieu it Court Sea 11 P> G. II HAKDIE. Deputj Cl.-rk S/29 — /5-12-l LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of JIMMY'S BARBER SHOP, at 180 S Drive, Miami Springs, Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dole County, Elorida. A HENRY RUSSO __ ., ANIBAL GARRIDO STANLEY M PRED Attorney for Applicants M4 Seybold Bldg. 8/8-15-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BASE DRIVE-IN, at I$880 N W 27th Avenue, Opa Locka, Florida, intends to legist,-! -aid name with the clerk of the Circuit Curt of Did, Countv, Elorida. SAMUEL POLLACK Sole owner Ml IRTI iN P.' ITHENBERG Attorney for Samuel Pollack t/8-15-22-29 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 152188 EDSON KARL DO WE va. MARGARET DOWB 76SV4 South 20th Street Newark, New Jsrses SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Margaret Dowe You 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, STEPHEN F. KESSLER, -2211(1 Wrest Flagler Street. Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clark of the circuit Court on or before the 12th day of Septeinliei. 19)52. If you fail to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each Week for foul ConSSGUtlVS weeks in THE JEWISH ELORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 12th day of August, A. D. 1931 B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, circuit Court. Dade County, Florida 'Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIOE, Deputy Cl.ik STEPHEN P. KESSLER Attorney for Plaintiff 2200 West Flagler street 8/15-22-29 — 9 S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai %  !. %  indi -ined, des Ing to engs %  -uinl.-r the floi Itlou SUPREME SUPER STORE, al IS33 l,i .1. une Road V Gab 1 Intend to • • ., with the i 'le: k of the C lit C il I '.i le County, Flo SAMUEL S SIL\ ERMAN 1-^ rHER SILVERMAN A.Mi IS BENJ \MIN for Owners NOTICE i. s.RtDITORS IN THE COUNT/ JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 28539A I:: Re: ESTATE I >F SAMI 'EL s .-' v 'KS, I i • tsed To All Creditors and All Persons Having i 'I lima o Dei ndi Aga -• Said Batate: You. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to presi nl any and demands \\ hi. %  I, elthei of you, ma> have against the estate of S'AMUEL S, SACKS, deceased late %  '< l >ad. i '., IT. i.. Horlda, to the lion W F. BI. INT< 'N, County Judge of Dade County, and file the si ne in his offl %  In the County ecu i Incise in Dade County, Floi Ida, Ithln eight cs lendar from the date of the flral publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the c.'almant and to be • orn to and presented as aforesaid, oi same will be tun • Dati August ll. A.D MAE .1 SELTZER ADELAIDE CoHEN As Executrlci %  of the ISstate of. and AExecutrlcei of the Las* \\ and Testament of SAMUEL s SACKS, 1 1... eased. KOVNER .v MANNHEIMER Attorne) H foi Exec itrl es 120 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Horlda 8; 15-22-29 — 9 5 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. 152015 FREDNA LUCILLE REED. Plaintiff vs. ELY LEE REED. Defendant ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: ELY LEE REED, Residence unknown. You are notified hereby, that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you In tinabove 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 Dad.County, Florida on or before the Bth day Of .septeml.ei. 1932, Otherwise til*Ui • legations of said Bill of Complainl will be taken as confeased bj I lated at Miami, Dade 0 Florida thiBth day nl August, 19 2 E. B. LEATHERMAN, 1 • : of Cli It i .: I I Court Sea I By M. C. I'i: i'. MANTEL M.BEL Attorne: fo P Intll l..t A v era Build -> N. E. 2nd Ave. M : F| 8-15-: LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of THE LITTLE COPA, at 1II7 N. E. 79th Street, Miami. Florida. Intend to i euisi.r said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL F. RIFKIN LENORE .1. RIFKIN HI.'TNER A HL'TNER Attorneys for Applicants SCO olympia Bldg. Miami 22, Florida By BERNARD HI'TNER 8, 22-29 — /:.-12 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 50993 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Nathaniel W. Siegel. holder of Little River Valley lliainage District Tux Certificates numbered :pl and 121, dated the 29th day of May. A. I). 150, has filed sa.d certificates In my office, and has made application for tax deed to issue thej'eon in accordance with law. Said certificates embrace the following described property, situated m Dade County, State of Florida, to wit: i.oi 9, Block :. Plnewood Park, A Sub. Plat Book 6, Page 42, in the County of Dade, State of Florida, as embraced in Certificate No SO, The assessment of said property under the said certificate issued was in the name of II. R. Terry. lA>t 21, Block 2. West Little River Tract No. 2. A Bab., Plat Book 'Jt. Page 8, ill the County of Da L State of llorida. aembraced in Certificate No. 121. The assessment f s ail property under the said certificate issued was in the name of Edwin A. Granath. Unless said certificates shall be redeemed according to law, tax deed win issue thereon on the 21th day .if Beptember, A. D. 1952. Dated thla 19th day of August. A. D. 1952 1: B LEATHEAMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County, Horlda fClrcult Court Seal) B) N C. STERRETT, Deputy Clerk 8 22-2• — 9 5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I the leslrlng to engagi the fictitious na %  Hi IME %  iM \I:I: > SURVEY, al -' • P01 i %  • 1 •• •; Blvd '•" il la %  said name with 1 he • %  Court of I 'ada I' IBERT NKILINGER Soh %  %  MILTON VI 1 i. H NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LA W Nl iTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I I the undei signed is 1 AKRON FOAM RUBBER PRODUCTS Co., .1! 1512 N. W. 2nd Avi ami, ntei registei iid with th if the 1 ill ol 1 'a i. • "o 11. t y, Flo I Ml: IRVING K ELTON ,. :. owi i ; %  NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW Ni ITICE IS i: I .EN 1 the underslgned business I I VSHIONS, • 27 N St., Mini I said nai he lit Court of Dadi PAULINE MILERAT STANLEY M PR 111orney I \ •. 1 Se i Bu Idlnu NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring I" engage in business under the fictitious name of EXCEL PRODUCTS, at 249 N. W. 79th Street, Miami, Fla., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. BERNARD STEINER, Sole owner MAX R. SILVER Attorne) for Applicant 922 Seybold Building Miami 32, Florida I 1-15-22-29 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 152515 TII.I.IE BRAIN. Plaintiff. \ s ERNEST BRAI'N, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ERNEST BRAIN c ., Peck Dental laboratories Herald Tribune Building 231 West list Street New York. NY YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you .11, required to serve a copy of your I newerto the Bill of Complaint for invoice on the plaintiff's attorneys. GENET >>i GENET, 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Horlda, and file the Original Answer ill the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before tile 29th day of September, 1952. or a Deere,Pro Confesso will be entered against >ou. DATED: at Miami. Florida this 2.1th ifav of August. 19.12. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Cleik. Circuit Court Dade County. Florida By: O. B. HARDIE. Deputy Clerk 8/29 9/5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW VM'TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that leralgned, 1 engage In b !.• as nder the ii ime of PALM COURT BEAUTY SALON, .' 311 23rd St., intends to register said name Ith the Clerk of the Cli • i 'oui I of 1 'a le 1 'ounl > P ROBERT D. WAXI.ER MYERS. II El MAN a KAPLAN Attoi nej fo Applicant Seybold Bldg. 22-29 — '.' .1-12 iN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 28541-A In Re: ESTATE ITERANCES RINGER, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Ha\ Ing claims or Demanda Against said Estate: You. and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you. may have against the estate of FRANCES RINGER, deceased late of Miami. Dade County. Horlda. to the Hon. County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in th e ldP u ffices In the County Courthouse In Dade i.cintv. I-101 Ida. within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be tworn to and presented as aforesald. or same will lie barred. See Section 120 of the 1H33 Probate Act. Date August .1th. AD 1962 /a/ WILLIAM PARKER /a/ DOROTHY PARKER As Executors of the Last Will and Testament of FRANCES RINGER, Deceased. MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Slo Seybold Bldg. Miami. Fla. Attorneys for Executors ^ 1-15-22-M NOT.CE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 50990 \ • n t ha t Na t h a lei \V. Sii lei •' r \ s tiflcate N t riled SH Id CertII mad tax deed 1 %  : %  '• %  le %  1 i.j d. %  Ibi d • ... 7 Vllci Bo Su ended, Page 8" n thi 1 n t y ol 1 .....%  %  %  %  1 pro f| %  "as 1 %  nknown. I 1 %  .. I be redeemi \ deed Will If • 24th lay of Septembei, A D thla 20th day "f August, A. D. i: B. LEATHERMAN, f Cli • iurt, Dadi 1 P circuit \ C STERRE Deput) 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I I ,. I -1^1.. d, di si :.-• %  In b isli eaa un Ii r the I titl is 1 of AETNA CLEANERS AND l.M N1IRY al SI2 s W Is) A' en le, Mia 1, intend to register said name with the ci.rk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida ....—_ ISA DOR HERSKOWITZ HARRY HERSKOWITZ MAX 15. SILVER Attorne; foi Applicant 922 s. vliold Building Miami 22, Ha. \ 8-15-22-29 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Tha Jewlah Floridlan solicits 701a lsgal notlcss. Ws appesctats yom patronags) end rjuaranIss acc ur ato ssrrlc< at lsgal ratss. Phone 2-1141 lor mssssztgsr ssnrlcs. SEITLIN & %  COMPANY \ PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGE! PHONE 9-3836 IS N.C. 2rd ST. MIAMI 32. FLA.



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The Jewish Floridian
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
August 29, 1952

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:01282

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish unity
Preceded by:
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Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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itU^wiislhJEIIiDiriidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
I VOLUME 25Number 35
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 29. 1952
PRICE: TEN CENTS
[Jews Seeking Visas
State 'Ethnic Origin'
Second Annual Economic Conference For
Israel To Be Held In Atlantic City On 12th
WASHINGTON (JTA) Jews seeking entry into the United
Statt- are now being required to" identify t.iemselves as Jews in
theii visa applications under new regulations introduced by the
Visa Diva in u the State Department, it was established bv author-
ity, late last week.
fficials originally said that the new practices __ a break
isage were dictated
of the American Jewish Con-
gress, sharply criticized the State
Department for instructing its
consular staffs to begin indentify-
ing Jewish immigrants as such
before issuing visas. He said that
i i:ssd the issue with ditional facts.
H nment.
01 ircl (8 indicated that
ligrat
j Law. is not legally required un-
The Washington office of the j til December, when, the law goes
B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation into effect. He asserted that the
althi the McCarran-Walter' League has discussed the mat- State Department's action is "an
Act n t enter into effect I ter in correspondence exchanged unmistabable disclosure that the
24th. visa chief with appropriate authorities in only intent of the new McCarran
the t ivernmenfc Immigration Law is to study Im-
Dr. Israel Goldstein, president migration pr tcesses.
Public figures in America and
Israel will be among the speakers
at the Second Annual National
Economic Conference for Israel, it
was announced this week bv the
State of Israel Bond Drive, which
is sponsoring the Conference.
The meeting will take place at
"he Chelsea Hotel in Atlantic
City, from September 12th
through 14th.
Max Orovitz. co-chairman of
the Greater Miami Committee of
Bonds of Israel Government, said
here that the aim of the Confer-
it is reported, was among the
first to set the pattern for Amer-
ican economic aid to Israel, and
has granted loans to the r.ew state
totalling $135,000,000.
Dr. Joseph Burg, Israel's Min-
ister of Health, is coming here
especially to address the Na-
tional Econmic Conference. One
of Israel's most important states-
men, he will present to the Con-
ference his government's views
on current achievements and will
outline Israel's future needs and
the key importance of American
H ireaux had already
; nary orders to con-
rs to elicit irforma-
r or not applicants
The Visa Divisi >.'.
inn 222-A Of I e
'."' 11 : Act as its au-
i: -tion requires that
each shall state his race
ar I ethnic classification."
In London, a JTA correspond-
ert camming the practice fol-
low! by the L'S Consulate there,
was informed that applicants for
US visas are now being requir-
ZOA Plans Private
Investment Program
Dr. Burg
Gaston
NEW YORK (JTA) The further this objective. Rabbi Mil-
launching of a private investment ier revealed that this committee
Lb v;sas are now oeing requir- program for Israel, highlighting1. corrmosd (lf i.,dpri. in inA,
ed : tat? thelr nationality and a nationwide census of the trades. : s composed of leaders in Indus-
race. Offijials explained this businesses and professions of its I try. 'aw. science and housing.
mat Jewish applicants are membership, was unanimously Stressing the projected inven-
Mpetted to reply "Jewish" as to approved early last week by the tory among the nationwide ZOA
their rave. Applicants in Lon- i Extraordinary Conference of the I on ,itUCncv .Rabbi Miller stated
don are also being required to atmal Aj^
?iv. formation on the race of Zionist OrgariT^atiOit-oT ffmericH. | industl.ial
SJnVCu in V? SrU&flS i a "d professional inSwith'a view
m&&i^**** tOWMdi setting up a liaison with
Morgenthau
encc will be "to review the prog-
rtss which the people of Israel
have made in their determination
to achieve, economic indepen-
dence.
"One of its primary objectives,"
he added, "will be to stimulate
an even higher rate of subscrip-
investment through the $500,000,-
000 State of Israel Bond Issue.
Other American and Israel
leaders who will address the Con-
ference will be Abba Evan, Is-
rael Ambassador to the United
States: Henry Morgenthau. Jr.,
chairman of the Board of Gover-
To Ask For Reports
As- result of the expose, the
toria Hotel. More than 500 dele-
aent announced last ptes from all parts of the coun-
>wed hurried confer- *** attended tr.e Conference,
ences bv op-level officials, that | This was one of a series of
L'Herueux was cabling Ameri- major projects adopted, by the
can consular officials abroad for parley, comprising a new plan
'Ti p n a 'ions taken on the
of Jews as such on appli-
catii f r American visas.
Offi iere insisted that the
McCai ir Walter Immigration
- n it yet being implement-
ing up a
corresponding trades, businesses,
undertakings and professions in
Israel. This will enable the eco-
nomic committee to ascertain
more authoritatively what is
needed in Israel in terms of ma-
capital and
designed t> mobilize Manpower chinery, expansion
and resources of the Jewish com- j skilled personnel.
munity in the furtherance of eco- | rjr. sidnev Marks, national sec-
nomic aid to Israel, promotion of j retary of the ZOA. submitted its
H e b rew education, increased program in behalf of the presi-
ZOA participation in raising I dcnt and the newly established
it plans for its imple- : funds for Israel, as well as in the : economic committee.
mentation ar >eing studied and f.etd of youth and chalutziut and ; The committee, he said, will co-
I to consulates in ad-; the strengthening of membership. : operate fully in these economic
vanci effective date of the | The program of an accelerated endeavors with the Economic Di-
> hen following JTA disclosures, the ZOA for Israel followed the j and the Jewish Agency. It will
that Jews hive been designated I announcsment bv Rabbi Irving endeavor to enlist the support of
on applications for some time, j Miller, president, of the establish-| the US Government to aid the
Jews As An Ethnic Group | ment of an Economic Committee building of an effective technol-
The It gal terminology is con- and Department by the ZOA to ogy in Israel.__________________
struct! by the Visa Division as ,-
requi ing e listing of Jews as
hn e- issificatioiL Howev-
'"" I m ugratior. attorneys
ntel that nothing in
the a t ir in Congressional his-
,lllv. that Congress has
made a i> termination that Jews
:"' n el iio group, which should
be Usted is such. So far as could
irned, thre will be no at-
i:v religious faiths
such as Cath lie. Protestant and
;'.'" : visa nprjlications. and
' as n for listing Jews was
t!: '< to the "ethnic" re-
qui:, .
.A vision source said
w ul.l b.; identified as a
*P' i] group" but that he did
'"'; i v.- a-cess to the "new
acta;]s ._,.;,,,,. a,-e being "worked
"m H was impossible to find
,; the Visa Division
questions as whether
Zjr*. raced other faiths
ertheless be list'
v" ih ethnic classification.
and instructions are
rk d out in detail, it
.,," "' lined, and interpretive
"'f'.: m is not vet available.
Goldenberg Ebon Vcnezky
tions during the Fall. 1952 phase i nors. Israel Bond Drive; Harold J.
Goldenberg, director of the Israel
of the Israel Bond Drive."
Herbert E. Gaston. chairman of
the Export-Import Bank. Wash-
ington, will be guest of honor and
principal speaker at the Confer-
ence. The Export-Import Bank,
Knesset Backs Cabinet On
Military,- Arabs Spurn Peace

1 of
' requested bv the
new immigrati >r
JTA Bureau, but the
'' Division said that no forms,
new, were available here
*" wplainad that "each of our
jjtes abroad prints its own
Act On New Practice
pH ., .n,"r P'^ct'ce was discuss-
oh "d, White Hous when Jac-
aiaustein. president of the
(fl-can Jewish Committee,
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israel's Parliament, with all parties
united in favor except the left-wing Mapam and the Communists,
accepted a government bill late last week extending compulsory
military service from 24 to 30 months.
A Con munist demonstration against the bill, held during the
six-hour debate, was broken up by police who made five arrests.
As Mapam 'P0^3"..^! and "they must also realize that
Sreh assailed the bill m the Kne> demands work on
set. the demonstrators outside Saturd thev must do so. Tnev
waved placards denouncing Am- haye tQ submii ,0 dist.jpijne."
erican militarism. ^he foreign minister told the
The Knesset vote followed bids Knesset that Israel was always
by Premier David Ben-Gurion i ready and was ready now for
rnd Foreign Minister Moshe peace with each of her neighbors,
Sharett for peace with Egypt and singly or collectively. He said
the Arab States and a warning | however that "we are also read)
by the premier that contmuing
incidents on Israel's frontiers ac-
tually constituted a "petty war
kept from flarlni Into major hos-
tilities only bv the fact that Is-
rael had a well-trained army
to meet force with force and to
repulse aggression from any
neighbor, separtely or all of them
together."
The Foreign Minister pointed
weu-iraineu a. .i out that the bill submitted to the
ready to answer force with force. Knesset does not reflect on the
The premier denied discrimin- situation in the neighboring
ation in the Armv against re- countries We have not started
hilious Jews and said if there I any militarv race with them,
were isSed tacidents of this I he stated. He cited Israel's in-
nature he"would be the first to ternal peace and stability and
condemn? ther-.T. He said they j said that the Jewish state strives
would be "ruthlessly eradicated." to strengthen relations with all
A the sarii time, he warned the peace-loving countries.
rVliiious elements that they serv- "Our neighbors.' he declared,
ed the fatherland, not the regime "imposed a blockade on us from
three sides, but we are ready to
remain within such a blockade.
The blockade will not breaks us.
We will emerge from it seven-
fold stronger. The proposed bill
means only maintaining our nu-
merical military status quo. and
if we will not increase the serv-
ice time a certain dwindling must
come."
Arabs Cold To Offer
Israel's proffer of an olive
branch to Egypt was praised by
the New York Times in an edi-
torial this week but drew a cool
response from the EgyDtians.
The. newspaper called it a
"courageous and heartwarming
gesture." It warned that "some-
where, sometime, somehow,
sometime or other, the bitter
feelings between the Arabs and
Israel, the tensions, the Iron Cur-
tain between them, must come
to an.end. The alternative would
be another war which could on-
ly make things infinitely worse."
In Cairo, Premier Aiy Maher
was quoted as saying that no of-
ficial overtures had bee received.
Abdul Rahman Azzam, secretary-
general of the Arab League, said
(Continued on Paoe 6)
Investment Center; and Julian B
Venezky, chairman of the execu-
tive Committee. Israel Bond Or-
ganization.
John Rankin Is
Defeated by Friend
JACKSON An intimate
friend defeated Representative
John Rankin in Mississippi's
election of representatives to the
United States Congress.
Thomas Abernethy Tuesday
night brought to a close Rankms'
32-year career as white suprem-
acy, anti-minority Washington
representative. Unofficial M:--
issippi returns posted in Jacks i
indicated late Wednesday that
Abermthv scored some 26.900
votes to Rankin's 20,568.
"We have for 10 years been
close friends." the victor said of
the defeated incumbent. "I re-
gret we found ourselves in the
same district, thus m.kir.4
opposition unavoidable."
The two corgressmen sought
the same seat following tl
legislature's merging of their dis-
tricts last April.
rhaplninw <* On
Military Duty..
NEW YORKSix more Jew-
ish military chaplains are going
on active duty between August
i 31st and September 10th, making
the total 97. Rabbi Max D. David-
son, chaiiinan of the Division of
Religious Activities, National
Jewish Welfare Board, announced
i early this week.
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'Unitf Fkrkl&r
FRIDAY, AUGUST 29.
Our UN Newsletter
I IRTHUfl LEWIS
Co| -'" 1952 Jewish .-..-._ Agency In<
CN1TE1 KATl NSThi pi u ni ._-.. for Xht next As-
>ly, the Severn .- f lh V:. U. V I .'
Bureau Of Jewish Education Sets
Official Registration; Lists Calendar
:-
In b previous article E-jo?es:e; that this issue, which has
beer, a barby p:renr.ial one here :c: the last iour rears or rr.ore
.light he irzppez. K.-werei pr:r.:e-c cut :ha* u could be raised
c: the it;: -:--.--. ;y one or MR f!r:e< ust before the Assr bly
began or evir. atte: .: opered and :r.i: ;s still a dis::r.:: po=f:r:li:y.
1: has happcred w".th other items such as the Moroccan issue.
-;h ai pat up a few week; beiere the las: Assembly in Paris
:p*r.ec at :--e d.iarrrna(-: proposals which were made after the
ceJecEtes r.:c started mee::no .r. :r.e Palais de Chaillot. How-
eve: the rhinrai are that it is not likely tc be raised st lhe corr.-
iag Assert.r y
7- :. -. attitude, express* I
...... | ting thi
. -. During 1 Paris A
".-...-.-".
_.-:' Nations
Paiestux _--
::..-. I i i -. .:.;. move to bring about
T.- r.es::c.-. ; :-. ;n5err.ar.or.al:ia:^cr. c: Jerusalem is not
BH the arf-c; aithai bed Ebb : ihe serord year running thai il
:as been dropped. One rearer, is thai one c: the main parties
involved :r. :art trie mair. party as the old city is within its
Jordan, is no: represenred :r. :-e Vn::ed Natiors- United Nations.
'.: .i rne :: :.-e ;:i:; erbeae- appliraiicr. for membership has been
held up because :i t.-.e Colo War However. Jordan s attitude on
this q_es:.:- .. :*irly well known. The Hasnemite Kingdom
would have nothing to do with lhe irternationaliration of lhe
-"y places le: elone :he city as the original plan envisaged, al-
:"nough, in 1S53. it appeared to be ready to agree to a measure of
r.:er.-.a:;rr.i. supervision of :he holy places. However, the debate
B :.-e Asst~r.lv thai year :sme :o naught and a proposal to send
5 co--.;i.:r te Jerusalem did cot receive enough voles to be
. I;.
- ; .... ,.
The opening calendar for the
lh Scl -- f Greater M
calls for registration at all Jew-
m September und
aft-. :
September
of Su
.-. i Is n September 14th. the
Education an-
nounci Is tl week.
President the Bureau. Ben-
',' i in emphasizing the
.... | :
: j( .- h : nal sou
tmuity Jewish learn-
ing. 11 the vineyai I
.. j ultun Tilling their
soil a- deals
will bring a rid harvi .-: to our
Inculcating our youth
tl priiu iples and I
U enrich J'
of todav and tomorrow."
Now ..- the time", added Louis
man. executive directoi
; :: e Bureau, in his appeal to
- : -;;- at* Miami, "when
;.....- Jewisl parent, should
nking f the happiness ol
child This is the time, in
forma: Idhood years, that
pattern I happy, well-adjusted
living must be molded into the
personality of your child.
"The Jewisl school reaffirms
U : tl thai .' traditional
^hild
1952
ue: and Workmen's Circle k
Washington Avenue.
SOUTHWEST Beth n,
Synagogue, 2625 SW 3rd A2
Beth El Congregation. 5O0I a.
17th Avenue: and Mian,, Heh
School and Congregation iTm
SW 12th Avenue. U01
WEST MIAMI West Miami
Jewish Center, 5720 SW 5
ALL SECTIONS W knw.
Circle. 1545 SW 3rd Avenue
Service School* include- Fla*
l-i-Granada Jewish CommunS*
Center. 50 NW 51st Place- He
bn w Academy, 918 6th Street-
Hialeah-Miami Springs j^
Community Center. 95l East 4th
Avenue: Israelite Center 3iq
SW 24th Terrace: Kneseth' Israel
Coneregation, 1415 Euclid Ave-
North Dade Jewish Center, 13630
Dixie Highway: North Shore
.; wish Center. 620 75th Street-
and Tifereth Israel Northside
Center. 6500 North Miami Av-
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Jewlstncrldttari
PAGE 3
Name Hal Herman Bay
Harbor Island Publicist
Town Manager J. M. Lelchuck,
of Bay Harbor Islands, early this
week announced the appointment
of Hal Herman, Miami Beach
publicist, as publicity and adver-
tising director of the township.
A University of Florida grad-
uate, Herman will continue his
present publicity office at 311
Lincoln Road. A former United
Press correspondent, he is also a
member of the Greater Miami
Chapter. Sigma Delta Chi, pro-
fessional journalistic fraternity.
Mrs. Meyers Views
World Trip On
Forum Of Air
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers will
be guest speaker on bimon Seid-
en's Jewish Forum of the Air.
Sunday, August 31st, 10 a.m., ov-
er station WMIE.
An attorney and prominent in
civic .affairs here, Mrs. Meyers
will discuss her recent world
trip, during the course of which
she was re-elected treasurer of
the International Federation of
Women Lawyers at that organiza-
tion's convention held in Istan-
bul, Turkey.
\
Rabbi Alfred Waxman, of the Wett Miami Jewish Center, has been appointed State Chaplain for
the Jewish War Ve.Vrani Department of Florida. At the official installation of the West Miami
Post No. 223 are (left to right) Arnold Bass, senior vice commander; Rabbi Waxman; Lou Phillips,
national vice commander; Paul Ginsberg, national commander; and Captain Lester Soldz, stale
department commander.________________________________________________________^_______________
.
Cobbs To Open
Country Store
[-nationally famous Los
Farmers' Market will
its counterpart in Florida
> vember 15th, when Hen-
Florida's largest gift
r and pa :ker, opens
mti v Store, his unique
sh ipping and recre-
i,,nt $1,000,000
: i broki n du
: August 31sC in the
I. and county of-
ial and civic
They will see "Hank"
Farmer attire, dig
th a mule-drawn plow,
i announced that over one-
he 80 store units, which
up Cobbs' Country
have been leased by todi-
i a] merchants. He said
verwhelmed by the tre-
esponse from people
this part of the country
where, who are eager to
U of my project."
C untry Store will be
its kind in the entire
part of the United States.
e v. ill e sit-
NE 79th Street and the
running West t>>
te, and South to 76th
ginator and dircc-
I Mt rpi I e let it b
: a main put posi
: low a chi
.'
a daily attendance
c. Ci >b! s pi
ition and enti
' i "will hum v. it
ning, noon and
A not i attractioi will
Country rlayh
mam building's roof.
1! be provided theatricals,
hows, concerts, shuflle-
I other games and square
Lowe Gallery
Shows Engravings
An exhibit of Brazilian prints
opening Wednesday. September
3rd, and resutnpl on of Its popu-
lar Studio Nights i'ii Friday, Sep-
r 5th, are ann iuni i
Allan McN ib, director of the
Lowe Gallerj at the University
of Mi
Tv.ii >', L'iazil' lead
rtists In color w aqua
tint, etching and drypo nt will bi
repn sented in b colle ion ol 39
prints. The exhibit, Contempoi
ary Brazilian Prints, is on loan
from the permanent collection of
the Fine Arts Department, Inter-
national Business Machines Cor-
poration! and will remain in the
Gallery ur.til October 1st.
Eleven color wood engravings
by Oswaldo (ioeldi and 28 prints
of varying media by Carlos Os-
waldD are included in the exhibit.
The Gallery's Studio Nights
will be resumed on Friday from
7:30 to 9:30 p.m. They are being
started a month earlier than plan-
ned, said McNab, I ecause "f the
many requests for their early
continuation. At these informal
affairs, the Gallery provides mod-
els, work chairs and easels.
Following its re-opening Wed-
nesday, Gallery hours will return
to the winter schedule: Tuesday
through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5
p'.m.: Sunday, 2 to 5 p.m.; and
closed on Monday. The Gallery
will not resume evening exhibit
hours until October.
Xursvru Svhitols
Opvn Tuesday
The off! : F II re-opi nii
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at the Town and Flagler-Gran-
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Tuesday. September 2nd.
The present staff at the Town
Is headed by Cora Frie I
man. At the Flakier-Granada
Branch. Charlotte Simon will
head the staff.
Ethel Grossman is presently
taking registration at the Beach
Branch, and an announcement of
the exact date for the Fall re-
opening <>f the Beach. Nursery
School will be made soon. In-
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FRIDAY, AUGUST .
EDITORIAL
MeCarran \ When the McCanan-Walter Omnibus In
gration Bill was passed into law over a Presi-
dential veto Senatoi Heibert Lehman, of New
York, lei: the floor with tears streaming bom his
eyes.
Lehman spoke of second class citizens end
cubbed the monstrous legislation America's first
Nuremberg laws. Critics cf Harry Truman, una-
ware cf all the intricacies and foibles making up
the act, overrode the veto simply as a means of
attacking him.
Within a few short weeks, the clmost un-
mentionable results of the McCanan-Walter leg-
islation have come to light. Designed to favor
those bred from the venerable Anglo-Saxon"
rcce and to look upon others with untouchable
Superiority the law now requires Jews seeking
visas here to stipulate their "ethnic origin".
This is tantamount to recardina Jews end oth-
er minorities as specific races. While our vener-
able Congressmen, most assuredly, deplored
such practices iat lecst on the record' in Nazi
Germany, they are currently guilty of establish-
.ng similar machinery for discriminating against
people on arbitrary grounds.
Senator Lehman was right. The unfortunate
cspect of the events attending the pessage of
the McCarran-Wclter Law is thct more consider-
ation was given to the rebuking of President Tru-
man's administration than to the lew s outrageous
quclities.
John It a ii kin I';i *'*
Representative Jchn Rankin, c: Mississippi,
will do longer besmirch the halls cf Congress.
News came Wednesday that he was defected by
o close friend Thomas Abernethy ..-. the state's
First Congressional District elections
N'c properly intelligent soul can bemoan the
passir.a c: Rank::, s ."year-old Caree: based on
the philosophy of white supremacy. The bigotry

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Htvt-MutcA*
THEIR COMMON BOND
Mount Sinai's Promise
Announcement early this week the'. Mo-nt
Sinai Hospital will henceforth seek closer cc-
operation on its policy-making level with the
Greater Miami community was a pleasant oust
of breeze.
For some time now, rumors have been trick-
ling down from upper echelons that the hospital
was in the process of seeking fiimer ties with
the area's residents. According to current re-
ports, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation will
act cs liaison between Mount Sinai and the com-
munity in an effort to reduce the institution's ex-
clusive planning activity.
We respectfully remind both Mount Sinai and
Federation, however, that such premises of pub-
lic inclusion have been made a number cf times
before and that they never advanced beyond the
newspaper story stage. While, to a great extent
progress of the youthful organization has been
remarkable, its receptivity to Miami Jewry has
in our opinion, not been wholehearted and com-
plete.
In a sense, this latest announcement may be
seen as beneficial since it must inevitably fce
regarded cs an aspect of Mount Sinai's self-ex-
amination. But failure to implement it will go a
long way toward widening the deleterious gulf
between the hospital and the community's faith.
Yes, Mount Sinai is always big news. But
publicized promise had best, at lecst on occas-
ion, be fulfilled.
spewed by him on the floor of the House finds
little parallel. His was an attitude of social re-
action and pre-Civil War feudalism that belied
ail interaroup relations progress made in Amer-
ica during the past several decodes.
The Congressional Record shows that he has
opposed, with rare exception, every bit of for-
ward-looking legislation suggested by his col-
leagues. To boot, Rankin's anti-Semitic stand
will place him in the nation's history as a taste-
less malcontent who bridled at the poverty and
underprivilege of the state he represented and
who sought to disguise their neqctlve effect on
him through bitter sensationalism.
As much to be considered with Rcnkin's pass-
ing is the man who takes his place. We can only
hope that Abernethy scores a more palatable po-
litical record; his avowed friendship for the de-
posed incumbent does not, we fecr, lend toe
much strength to such hopes.
Workmen's Circle Conference
I Day Confer-
W Cin -i
Soul I I] per
Sundi A- .:'-- at 10 a.n
n thi I 2 5 Was gl i
tings y var-
is orgai i ns en
T Citv I Miami Bea< will
'- Vi Ma> r
Burnett R \ w .:; w<.
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s< ntath es schi lull I :. appc.-.:
_::.l-.it Greatei Miarru Jewish
F< it ran n M r Klasa exec-
dLrectoi B rids :' Israel
Ditiem Max Oroviu
chairman Bun i ." Edu-
B< npamin M*. j; i s, -
U n\ and ih< Yid lish Scientific
Institute. Bervl Y. rrison. secre-
tary
Als, ^::::cmg greetings wil] bf
Si n ''-. > n anagi of the In-
Gi rm< ::
s n and Max Haskel
I I Jewish V I
Dar n. chairn ar I
C gar.izat m C .....ittee.
th( Nat ..
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Jewisl Labor In : i CS And
Its Ki l In The J< ish C< mmun-
In ft rn r [fa in will
discuss U r le : uth in thi
\v rkmen's Circle at a sp
sessi>n of the English speaking
anches scheduled : r the Ar-
Singi d H tel
Sunday afternoon, as well at
t:-. Monday and Tuesday
ings. will be devoted to
: : district .(-.ritarj ai I
the 22 Branches ar.c seven Wom-
en's Clut
The Banquet celebrating the
Anniversary of Branch N
692. Miami Beo.:. .- si :. the
C nference, wOl tak< placi M i
ning at th L;-\-. am T
-11 Supper will als
d Tuesday evenii -
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Donnerstag Choir
To Sing At
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The coi r w will in-
ntrasU n tj -. : Jew-
will be g tiped ac-
g t cradle. schi I, love.
riser, martyr, nope and new
B ll songs.
A special narration has teen
written by poet L I. Schwartz
and will be read by him. Mr
,-artz. who wrote the nar-
rative poem. Kentucky, and
tra: slated many Spanish and He-
brew poems of the Golden Ep-
och of Spain into Yiddish, rec-
ently finished another narrative
:- en Childhood, which is sched-
uled f< r .-.pptaranct- shortly.
Participating members of the
Choir are Rita Green, soprano:
od Evelyn Saluk al-
tos Ben Grossman and ?,
Idels. lee rs; and Murray Baum.
Bass Hyman Freed will be a:
the pian
Jacob Pat
Salkow i 'Iiaiis
Ai Israeli:;'
IViur Stprvtrea
W I npletion f its r
: er will
rge nu
ppers during I
Holy 1
S arrrw S
P nnsj h anii
it Rabbi A Sachi
leader.
. .. .-.-.:> rr.ay be i ,.-, -...,
daily, i seept
Sabbath, from 7:30 to I
-- from 8 to 10 p.m. A
ttee will also be or.
Sundays. 10 to 12 r.
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Beth Jccob Enrollment
t for the 1

Ked by Rabb: M
r I ". = nui niuei
Wd uc ar, ufh-
- Kheduled taily "
loltk* from 10 to 4 pj : pen J
p l ud itudjr.
USY Convention
Ends Wednesday
S> me 200 members of United
_ogue Youth gathered here
- week to hol3 its first
Ltade rs Training Institute.
Headquarters for the Southeast
Region gathering were at the Sar.
Juan Hotel and the Miami Beach
Jewish Center.
The Institute, which convened
early Sunday, set out as its pur-
to provide USY members
with the opportunity of acquir-
ing sk:lls and knowledge which
can be used in their cluo activ-
ities during the year. Sessions at
the hotel and at the Center in-
cluded religious activities, semin-
nd social and recreational
an ;
Highlights of the many d:s-
ussions included talks led by
Racci Mayer Abramowitz, of the
Shore Jewish Center, on
importance of Synagogue at-
.:. Jewish ci mmunaJ
--' :- Othei :..:.. :..
- by Race: Sander- A
Tofield [Jack; iville, who out-
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Local Students At
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Zamora Set For
Registration; Mrs.
Ross Is Principal
Announcement has
by the Zamora Jewisl enter of
registration for the Hebrew ar.d
Sunday schools scheduled Sep-
tember 2nd through 14t
The office of the Center will
be open evenings, as well .^s days,
during that period. Hebrew
School will start on Monday.
Sptember 8th. and Sunday
School. September 14th, tficials
indicated.
Mrs. Rochelle Ross, w: has ac-
cepted the post of principal, is a
descendant of a long line >f phy-
sicians, educators and Zionists.
Brought up in Israel, she is a
graduate of the Herzelia Gynas-
ium Tel Aviv, and also of the
Teachers College in Beth Haker-
lm. Jerusalem.
Mrs. Ross has done post grad-
uate work at the Sorb
Paris and holds a certificate for
teaching French. She has also
taught in Israel. New York and
more recently in Miami Beach a!
the Hebrew Academy and Miami
Beach Jewish Ctr."
Hialeah Holds Picnic
A picnic will be he!
i:..: ah Miami Springs
n September 1st. L
Crandon Par!
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LEO MINDLIN
News Editor
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Telephone* 2-114:- 2 8212
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lurch do< /or 1 .'
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, internationalized. Vatican officials said this in comment
publication ol an interview given by Isi tel Pi m Mini I
n-Gurion in Jerusalem in which Mr. Ben-Gurion was quot-
ng, Jerusalem is again 100 per cent Jewisii and is the
l Isi t."
Plan Closer Cooperation Between Mo
And Community Via Federatir




'
Inilecl Synagogue Head For Ike
SVER (JTA) Maxwell Abbel. president of the United
of A:i erica, went On record today as supporting General ,
Inwighl D Eisenhower, Republican nominee for President of the
,',"..'. iti i, However, it was made clear in a formal announce- ]
led by Eisenhower's campaign headquarters here, that Mr.
leaks for himself. The United Synagogue of America is the
centrJ ,ody of the Conservative synagogues.
*
llritish Air Company Oasos Flights
LONDON (JTA) The British Overseas Airways Corporation'
I anno that its London-Lydda flight has been suspended because
ii-tion of business originating in Israel. A company spokes-
ed a Tel Aviv report that Die suspension of service was
a protest against the freezing of BOACs assets of
ej ooi Israel authorities

Z: 'SALEM (JTA) A number of Zionist leaders in Hun-
: e< n sentenced to imprisonment two yea
I st week after serving their prison terms, ;t was
11 Lease include i D Al< x ndei K i I ;
rs "i the Mapam group in Hungary ; D
>] thi Mapai in Budapest; and Mi W
plai
i need
n con
Greal
_ .. hospital
in 1951, ai nting to
51,443.973. The operating income
| of $1,210,205 left an operating
ol $>2;i3.678 towa'd which
i Federation g::.nted $93,000. For
1952, tl hospital has projected
; rating budget of SI.596,000
and an anticipated deficit oi
S317.000.
Representing the Mount Sinai
li ispital Committee were Max
Oroviiz, Sam Blank. Dr. Morris
Goodman, Sam Levenson, Wil-
liam D. Singer, Leonard A. Wien,
Sam Fntndiand, Dan B. Ruskin,
Leonard L. Abess and Samuel
Gertr.i r.
Representatives of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation were
SUITS YOU
TO JL"T'
5ina
I l< :it. the officials
: g ited ining and
consultation b th insti
tutions in : 11 future progra.t.s in-
volving the hospital.
Ti ustees further announced
their unanimous de I i extend
the hospital's organizational and
plan'ing activity into the oper-
Btional area of resident here to
oftset the inbred, exclusive pro-
cedural method generally adopt-
ed by such institutions. They ex-
plained that interaction between
Mount Sinai on its policy-making
level and the community through
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration would be the new goal
aimed at.
"We foresee greater individual Joseph Cherner, chairman, Carl
irticipation in the thinking and Susskind. Carl Weinkle. Sidrey
.;; Leaders Leave For Israel
JTA The Israel
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: nship In a petit n forwarded 1 I Israel
note that they 1 'en
poi lation th<
j iasm, we hj ve r id the gr< atesl m
ndi natuj n. We have -'"
exten : ;'
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I n<>BEs;?Eoyckd Demonstrate In Haifa
... : M (JTA) Sev al hundn I uni
I li the Haifa Lai or Ex nan
P ilice wen (all< i aft n v l ol th lemo
Count il's offices. A nu nbei
tions of the li rai I p ipul lion do n<
! foods, since 1 deperd y
day in Isn el, a n i dii al *: i 5 ni !i "-i "u~
here fast we< kend. Although the lh< re
:: I rael of malnutrition, i
I i the present tood si ort ge, it urg vern-
the r.utritioi al valui
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Mi;t i ,.;,si A memorial tor Philip A
Bavari n State Restitution Office who committed sul-
. convicted of embezzling restitution funds, v be
': y t.i Jewish community oi Munich as an expression of
.'... rbach's efforts for Jewi h vi ims N zism. A
clear Auerbach's i ame and have his conviction remov-
' rd has already been started in Germany.
.
Proles* Austrian. Pru-Xazi Laws
' TOW A (WNS) In a protest against the pro-Nazi laws pass-
' in Austria at the expense of Jewish victims ol Nazism,
' in Jewish Congress has urged the Canadian Government
' is good officea with members of the Allied Council in Aus-
lUesting 4hem to withhold their consent to these laws, a
; .Hum was submitted this week in Buenos Aalres
e Government by a delegation of the DAIA, centiai
represi ntative body of Argentine Jewry.

Israeli War Hero Hies At <2
JERUSALEM (WNS) One of Israel's greatest warJwwj.
G :. iral Itzhak Sadeh. died in Petach Tikva last Wednes-
I .ng illness. He was 62 years old General Sadeh. who
' of th. leaden of the underground Haganah and founder
force Palmah, achieved hia.greatest triumph n is-
J *'ith the Arabs when he relieved the sn all set env
': -. in the plain of Armageddon, which was b
orcea inW4, and the capture of Lydda Airpoi a
I , pa
planning of our health programs,"
il 1 Orovitz. Hailing the pioject-
ed series of meetings as a firm
forward step in inter-agency pub-
I lie relitions. Weinkle added that
such "conferences between hos-
pital and Fi d ation leadi
would serve I.....empl i zi I
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FRIDAY. AUGUST 29, jgjj
Knesset Backs Israel Cabinet On
Military; Arabs Spurn Peace Offer
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Calendar* To
lade Srhools
C in '' the approach
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i- being distnb;.
. teachers in the
publj Is of Dade County.)
unced by Gilbert ,
J. Balkm. Florida director, Anti-j
Defi of B'nai
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ship "f B nai
Br: Iges and Women's
C 'unty. in co-
the Florida AOL
calendars indicate |
holy days, legal holidays!
-;.,- : religious and patriot-,
nance occurring each
to aid teachers
scheduling examinations,
issemblies and
1 functions.
The School Calendars
i the Community Re*
of the American
ttee.
Young Adults Hear
Talk On Europe
The Young Adult Group 0,,.
Miami Beach Jew
meet on Wednesday evening. ^
tember 3rd. 8:30 p.m n ,
Center Religious Sch v ,'.;'
bly Room. ***
Principal speaker will he fw
onel Frank Dunba "!;
discuss his recent trip tluwS
Europe. u-
when
regis-
other
were
Tau Epsilon Phi Has
Initiation And Dance
A special Initiation and Dane.
sponsored by Tau Epsilon Phi
Fraternity will be held on Sal
urday evening, September 6th at
the Hibiscus Lodge. Miami Beacli
Judge Harry Greenbere f
Surfside. and William B Frw
man. of Lake Worth. Florida win
be initiated into the ranks *
dance will follow. Mr. Robert L
Glasser is in charge of arranee.
ments. s
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Capitol Spotlight
BY MILTON FRIEDMAN
(Copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
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WASHINGTONThe National Public Library and in smaller
s Club, whose membership
includes all sorts of seers ol
ihine< to come, has been joined
bv the Prophet Jeremiah of Is-
spots like the Fort Lauderdalc,
Florida, Public Library. Israel art
works are now prominently dis-
played in over 60 public places
iah came to the club in the United States. This has
rat Is art makes it more interest-
ing. There are only a few sabra
artists, but Rfoshe Castel, a Pales-
tii ian native, has been honored
by the Feigl Gallery in New York
through a display of his works.
One oustanding artist. Jodianan
Simon, paints at the kibbu /
where he lives. The varied back-
ground of accomplished Israel ar-
tists "is indicated bv Steinhardt
from Germany; Reuven Rubin
and Marcel Jancu, Romania; Mor- |
decaj Bronstein and Moshe Matus,
Poland; Miron Sima and Pinchas
Litvinovsky, Russia: Eliahu Si-
gard, Lithuania; Melita Schiffer,
University Symphony Orchestra Ends
Pop Series, With Subscriptions Doubled
in'the form of a rare woodcut benefitted not only fhe interna-
' ..nited bv Israel artist Jacob tional community of art lovers .,
SEShSdt but has brought vitally needed lta>- and other?- ,.
Stemnarai. Hollars to tarnal Baikal visualizes the flow of
Club members noted thatJere- ao'" ~ jl art from Israel as traffic on a
miah's -non-partisan predictions Exhibits have been arranged by \ two-way street. He wants to sec
0f political developments were Baikal at art galleries throughout American art in Israel and al-
n-.ore than 89 per cent correct, the nation. An exhibit at the Los ready the Krtessei has officially
Tnt, woodcut was presented to Angeles was opened by Dr. Ralph | accepted a nainting, Resurrection,
the club jointly by the writer of ; Bunch, former United Nations ; by the American. Max Band. Not
this column and B- A. Barkai, an Palestine mediator, who amazed onlv has Barkaj given Israel ar.
- everyone by his extensive knowl- tists hope of f indin(, recognition
otJSe of_ art The gallery where the j in America, but the art exchange
exhibition took place bought two idp"a has brought additional dis-
tinction to Israel. Israel has be-
come known to million of Amer-
ican art enthusiasts as a new na-
tion from which important things
Israeli (ouinalist. We are both
interested in promoting Israel-
American culture affinity through exhibition t(
ihp introduction of Israel art in Israel painti
this ecu) try. But Barkai is actu-
ally doing something to bring
this ab st-
ings. A one-man show
of Steinhardt woodcuts was held
in May. 1951, at the Art Institute,
of Chicago. All the woodcuts
President T Felt, of the Press were sold on the opening day and mav be expccted ,n the years to
Club accepted the woodcut from 50.000 visitors, mostly non-Jews, comt.
u ~ r \l-...... r-oc ^oHir, anH attended in one-month. As a re- | ____________________
liables Center
ti i Koop, CBS radio and ;
n news chief in Washing- g*f invitations were extended to
ated that he thought Barkai-from twenty galleries and
would be well receiv- muf"ms for "Rg museums to
rd bv the other -prophets- who hold Israel exhibitions.
uent the club. I. S. Turover, In July. 1951. the Citv of Zion.
SIuk Party
An Orientation Party is plan-
ned for the Kindergarten and
:.. i vice, president of the Illinois, celebrated its fiftieth an- Nu of thc Coral Gables Jew.
Organizationiof America n.versary. In nearby Waukegar.. L Center on Septembl,r 5th
was pleased by the arrival Barkai was then conducting an l0.30 at 32Q Palermo Coral
Washington of such a vener- Israel exhibit which included j GabiPS
Israeli as Jeremiah. ; works of Biblical interest. Visit- Thc"sistcrhood announces that
Several months ago. I met Bar- mg clergymen commanded that Mrs Morrjs A gk wh() holds
nder the Battle Of Jericho. ; Baikal bring his exhibit, to Zion. I ,hc Bg d e in Education from
That painting, also bv Steinhardt. He was invited to do so bv the ; Nyu and who js a grydllatc ()f
being presented to the Ad- g*ay0r- T,hT 'u "" useu 'the New York School for Jewish
nistration Building of the Dis- Zion so Barkai hung the Pictures j Teacners will be supervisor o
1 of Columbia. Someone look- "> the municipal court chambei. ^ s(.hool
ine portrayed battle represented 'lies, but the mayor stimulated
friction between the United interest on the part of Ihe entire
. Appeal and the Bond community.
At an exhibition held at Notre
Dame University, Father Cava-
The University of Miami Sym-
phony Orchestra concluded its
Summer Pop Concert series on
Sunday. August 17th. when piano
virtuoso Boris Goldovsky was
featured in Mozart's Piano Con-
certo, K488.
The successful season included
six performances directed by" the
orchestra's permanent conductor.
John Bitter. Modeste Alloo and
Izler Solomon each shared the
podium during the other pro-
grams. Soloists, in addition to
Mr. Goldovsky, were Barbara
Gibson, coloratura soprano; Jesus
Maria Sanroma, pianist; Ruggiero
Ricci, violinist: Maria Kurenko,
soprano; Constance Keene, pian-
ist; Irma Johnston Prosser, so-
prano; and John Sebastian, har-
monica virtuoso.
Mrs. Marie Volpe, University
of Miami Symphony Orchestra
concert manager, indicated in a
report early this week that the
two biggest houses were present
for the Gershwir.-Sanroma and
Goldovsky performances. She
said that the seventh, featuring
Sebastian, drew the third largest
house.
"The attendance increased
from 9,433 in 1951." she added,
"to some 20.000 this summer sea-
son."
While the sale of tickets more
than doubled. Mrs. Volpe'3 re-
port showed that the series nev-
ertheless incurred a financial def-
icit. This was explained by the
increase of some $6,000 in the
budget to meet the demands >f
the musician's advanced wage
scale, as well as the salaries of
the concert stars presented.
"Despite this increased budget."
Mrs. Volpe concluded, "the def-
icit was $5,000 less than during
the previous year."
The University Pop Conceit
series was sponsored by the City
of Miami Beach Council up t
the amount of $5,000, with the
U of M carrying the balance. The
Pop Concert Committee includ-
ed George J. Bertman, Herman
Binder, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Duntov, Mrs. Warren Freeman.
Mrs. Alice Hailparn Kolb. Mrs.
Maurice Lev, Mrs. Mabel P. Mur-
ray, Mr. and Mrs. Hank Meyer.
Mrs. Nellie McArthur, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry J. Nelson, Mrs.
Claude Renshaw and Mrs. Milton
Sirkin.
mini.-
trie
Drive." Senator Hubert H. Hum-
phrey answered this facetious
question by saying that the "se- naugh was impressed bv the Is-
cret weapon of the free world is \ rael art. To honor the exhibit, the
the power of the human spirit as j priest procured an Israel flag
in the painting." The purPose of At Fort Lauderdale. Florida. Bar-
1he presentation was to Promote kai was presented with the key
international goodwill through to the city. The medium of art
the medium of art. It succeeded | accomplished many things in the
admirably. Behind the scenes was field of human relations which
Barkai. j Israel artists may not have an-
Thanks to Barkai's imagine.- | ticipated.
Also on the faculty will be the
Mcsdames E. Herman Fisher. BS
in Education; Naphtali Meltzer,
Registered Nurse; Sidney Rich-
man, Kindergarten and Religious
School teacher: and Sanford Ziff,
graduate Kindergarten and nur-
sery School teacher.
Rabbi Morris A. Skop and Can-
tor Irving Robinson will conduct
a special children's service once
a week. Mrs. George Chertkof is
chairman.
Miami Hebrew Tickets
Miami Hebrew School and
Zamora Sisterr Open
Season With Cofiee
The Sisterhood of Zamora Jew-
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Membership Coffee of the seas-
on September 3rd. C p.m.. at the
Center.
In charge of the program is
Mrs. Carolyn Chesnan. Mrs.
Harry Friedson is chairman of
the affair, with the Mcsdames
Berta Marder, Romola Loche
and Ruth Feldman serving on
the committee.
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 29
TOU WONDERFUL PEOPLE:
There's nolhir.s ir. the world like the miracle ci friendship!
And fcr the past sereral nd disrr.a-. cars the oo.dtn dis-
- the hosp.tal roon --
V .. .< -. ..-.:... rs: I'll -
I looked around. She was rich:. Stunning. f.;wrs. I himhjoj
fox the cards. A magnifier.: firs: :.-ker. Mice a hex :'. f.ie frcrr.
phctooraphers Buddy Kaye ar.d Star. Lttbov with the eoenaaaM
Get a-e.l. W-j Bead you Is write tipdoM, ... A Bora! piece
bfMthtakiaalj beautiful trcrr. Sarr. KapUa ar.d your ir-.er.cs ::
T-e Horel Associatioa with excf.c srike-f.cwsrs. frsrr. Ka-
-.d "Mother Sa-rr. Exc--ii;:e rctabuda frcrr. Grecg Throck-
-rcrtcr. who ; my Grecc s rT-.:e :s:-.cr. at :he ccrr.cr .
A masMd ecu-: of beaut-e 1 Baked Incredulously :rcrr. Al-
bany NV. A perfect pe:it;: orchid from Bill Crc-ckett of
--e MUmi Batch S;v.-;s ar.d Lear. i.-.d then the day before
: could ;.- borne :r.i: China** cerr. of i plani from SkeUaga C.arke
whe c br phosing :'.-.: v told rre daily
Id baan eeet >.- touched by tee thoughtful ccr.rerr. shewed
:y Tr William Wldanaa ar.d Dl David K:rsh. Mrs. Kih who
cxpi"! bat baby my second new sat with ^s is lhay resell d
procedure while :-; flight below in thi DuPouf Building Mrs.
Wickmaa pinch-hitting ::: ; day oatil nurse Marcs CaUahan re-
:_rr.ed frcrr. vacation *-s > txpactaatly awaiting a de-ci-'.cr..
I d -..-;: met Mrs. Wiekmaa but s.-e d e-eer. reeding :.-.:s column
licet :: ;:i::ed and laa rr.crr.er.: '. z z^e-ez :he:r c:f:ce ieor.
she recognised me from :.-.a! wretched photo,
r. "
'-.is ze;*~e ::: :cr ..v;.-.c sca:r :- s rcc.-r. whose seer-plaque
Bfcrmed ma .: waa c;o.-:-c ry Mr. ire Mrs. Leonard A. Wien.
H;.:-i- was i.-.::.-.e: name: Eatty Ics:-..r ;r.i -::er = while I
ncied :::.:: to lay bowcy ratbez cauriously, _:.-:* politics
hcspitalt :;.-. p:cc_:c ;::;-;; ?e:'ri::>. DM j say 5:7 = 7.:;?
Ih;t :. e 1 i!i La pure*: luck A- lira ling cil carrying s. peak-
.^^ of :.--:i:s ;:. : : ; :.c: ikat r.;--.: :-re her much service.
Operations -: on both. Her terribl] atiractiva and :sv;:ec f = .-
-.-- probably *-.-.. L:: z-.i-.i-. of Cal Richard* --resale
welty tnd beautiful eaugirer Mtrtha, U. of M. grad new with
tij Tic; County Welfare. Hei k:c ;.s:e: Buddy married to Nat
~ -'::: -"- I -- ". -^ire: ::. Lincoln ~;^c :re:r 19-
d mu be i twin tc Buddy she does: i look
.; herse.i u [na ?f.-:s V c: M Wph on rjcatfon it New
Jack and Mollia Warsbel] af SW ICth Z:-.: whoae col-
;; .--c .: .'eye* -e: E:-:e:r< ::: tteut Le-c s sister .s c = ::ie married :: Joe Cohan. Th:v ..v M
:..s ;::
Miss Maxine Kcmper Weds Herbert Gray
In Garden Ceremonv Here; Chooses blue
in uui u-ii a Jerfey annoUncc
Mi .,,, cori,, Herbert Gray.
v :,.^Satur-
- .... :!.e of the bride's cous-
-,, dian^Avenue.
double-ni
Glass, Ellis Betrothal
. Told At Oilmen Party
- Mrs. Irvina Glass. 900
- -. v. .. m ami Beach.
betrothal of their
r. Judith, to Bernard El-
: Mi and Mrs Max Ellis.
51 SW 19th Street.
_ ment was formally
last Suti-

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Arlene Tendrich Is Golden Agers Hold
Awarded Top Prize Special Dance Sunday
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Miss Phylisi (
Phyllis Corb To
Wed Dan Reisman
Miss Phyllis Ccib met Donald
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Dance. The coupU--
was ar nounced <.
by the bride-eki'. -.. m:.
and Mrs. Bert I.
R' ad. Miami Beach
Miss Corb was gra
Miami Beach Hip.-. S |
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Mr. Reisman. son
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Rabbi Shapiro, Cantor
Cerner Will Officiate
Josepl M. -- : Fli -
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Center. 1 this eek .r.r. ..:>
engage ent I :
Shaj Elishi
th< Big H 7. Days
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Young Judaea Holds
Annual Convention
gates from e very
the untrv gathered at
T( I V- : J :. ". 17
N >rth u for the
: : Na-
' nal Seni V ung Judaea last
M iay.
AvTaham Harman, director of
the Israel I ffi f Information
: N- York C'- and Aubn
W r : Th< S
ent ol -.. Ala-
; L'ni r -:
-- at th C nvention.
Othei C nvei tion highlights
were a ..... Ral I i Ai
Prei executivi iirector I
An erii -. Zi nist Y nth Commis-
si n. and N irn 5d ..run. exec-
Uttve irect : V ling Judaea.
Fel< llarri^hi^ At
I ar<'\v*ll Partv
Mi and Mrs Louis ]
I SW 16th St]
honortd at a :a: 1
ta odan d br I
Ji wish Center.
T party. spoHscred
.hood, will ':
members of the Cc~ I
fne.-.ds to present the 3a
are moving :
:.. \- n-.onth. With a |
Mr. Banish has mem-
ber of the Board of I r !
the Congregation sic incep-
tion, when it was kn wn ?.; the
Kirst Congregate D : 7 : Gs-
He has alsc beer, si rvir.g as
chairman of the H'. -
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Kn. Barrish is past
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for the Sisterhood Shi
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Mr. and Mrs. Abe Katz, of New York City, will arrive on
Ljcy at the Marseilles Hotel to spend their semiannual va-
bn here. They will also visit with their daughter and son-
Mr. and Mrs. David A. Hess, of 2190 S\V 13th S'rse .
pni
+ *
Miss Tillye Predinger. of 1425 SW 5th Street, Miami, left
week for a vacation, with steps in Philadelphia, "c.; Yo:'.:
Buffalo, where she will visit her filter, Mrs. Jerosia Rcs>
Miss Predinger will be gone four weeks.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Sperling, cf 5820 SW 9th Terrace,
ounce the b'rth r.i their son, Lawrence Steven, at Mount
jj Hospital last August 12th. The Briss was held on the 19th,
* Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiating. Grandparents are Mr. and
living Ginsbura and Mr. and Mrs. William Sperling, all
{ami. Laurence Steven joins his brother, Terry, and sister,
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Weiner, of 1243 S W6th Street, announce
birth cf their daughter, Hermeen, named after Mrs. Weiner's
Ither, Herman Waitzman, who passed away two weeks ago.
Br.dpGrent* are Mr. and Mrs. Morris Jacobs and Mr. and Mrs.
r.q Weiner. all of Micmi. Other Weiner children are Marilyn
Marty.
* *
Mrs. Miriam Press, of 911 3rd Street, Miami Beach, is
ivi.-.g en August 31st, for New York and Montreal, Canada,
ere she will attend the wedding of her nephew. Dr. Morton
be, Mrs. Press will be away four weeks.
* *
Mrs. Anna Abrcmovitz, of the Women's Club, Workmen's
:'.e No. 692, has returned from a vacation spent in New York
Ksw Jersey with her two children.
* *
Mrs. Netta Kerstein, of 42 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach,
ned home following a vacation in New York with her
t
* *
,::d Mrs. Jercme S. Rosokoff, of Buffalo. New York,
pounce the birth cf their daughter, Linda Sue, on August 5th.
srents are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rosokoff, also of Buffalo,
Id Mr. and Mrs. Alfred H. Predinger, 1425 SW 5th Street, Mi-
I M Rosokoff :3 the former Diane Predinner.
* M
Miamiana on vacation in North Carolina include Judge
\z Mrs. J. M. Morris and daughter, Mrs. Joseph E. Gersten.
I. md ."rs. William Hirsch, Mr. and Mrs. Loufe Krsr.skv, Mr.
U Mrs. William Elatt.
* *
Mayor and Mrs. Shepcrd Broad and their two children,
brris cr.d Ann. of Bay Harbor Islands, were feted early this
fe"< upon returning from an extensive vacation trip through
ccce.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Latter, of 6710 SW 26th Terrace, an-
fcnee the birth of their son, Howard Nathan.
Hertz, Shugar
Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mis. Maurice Hertz.
of 4526 Pine Tree Drive, Miami
Beach, announce the engagement
of then- daughter. Anne, to Har-
old Shugar, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Shugar, Baltimore, Mary-
land.
The bride-elect attended Mich-
igan State College, Lansing, and
Miss Anne Hertz
IS a past vice prisident of Miami
B She was also a member of Coral
Gables Young Adults.
Mr. Shugar is engaged in the
, finance bus.ness in baUsrr.ore.
The couple plan a family wed-
| ding in Baltimore on Octo
19th.
Leatrice Kozlin Chooses Ballerina Skirt;
Mrs. Arthur Bolotin Is Sister's Soloist
... i shaped fan of orchids. Eleanor
Mis? Leatrice Joy Koz.in and | Robi,ns &nd Marilyn Rabin, in
Bernard Swichkow were wed last dresses of dusty rose and aqua
Sunday at a ceremony conducted net_ were attendants,
bv Raboi Max Shapiro ill the i Ilwin Swi.hkow was best man
Lincoln Manor. Carter Maurice for hls brother, and ushers were
Mamches assisted the Rabb:. with simon stt.rn A]bert Kahrii Ger.
-------,,-" aid Rabin and Arthur Bolotin.
Following their Florida wed-
1 ding ti ip. ihe couple will reside
at 720 SW 7th Street.
West Miami Center
Has Journal Dance
The Third Annual Journal
Dar.ee of the West Miami Jewish
Center will take place tomorrow
evening at the- Center.
Proceeds will go to a fund for
tlic c< mpletion of the building for
e High Holy Days. Chairman is
Bernard Weiner. The Sisterhood
will be in charge of refreshments.
Aabbl Joseoh E. RackoTsky
945 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
Greenberg Bar
Mitzvah At Beth
Sholom Tomorrow
E. Dairy Greenberg, son I Mr.
and Mrs. Sydney J. Greenberg.
2i;;r) Fairgreen Drive, Miami
i will bee n e Bar Mil rvi h
tomorrow morning, Augu.-t 30th,
Rabhi Wanted
By the newly formed Beth Sholem congregation
in Hollywood, Florida, to conduct High Holy
pay Services. May engage by the year.
WRITE: BOX 1725. HOLLYWOOD. FLA.
or Phone: Hollywood 2-2681.
Mrs. Bernard Swichkow
the bride's sister, Mrs. Arthur L.
Bole tin. acting as ist
The ride is 1 I ught
V:. an Mrs. D vid T. Kozlin
3525 SW 7th Street Mr. Swi
kow is thi : Mr. und Mrs
Maurice Swichkow, 350 SW 13tr
Avenue.
The former Miss K< zl.n
tired in white nylon tulli
taffeta. The bodice featured ;>
pleated insert and short slei
cuift '. \. il.. pn ssed tulh I i Is
Aiencon lace trimmed the ti
of thi Hi rii......th :'
her fing rtip > I
pi .ill tiara.
She v. forrr.al-li
gloves and < .
ouet of stephanotis cento witl
two white or hids.
Mrs. B I tin was matron of
honor for her Bister ar.d woi
flamingo-colored net dress i
gray talfeta. She tarried a heart-
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E. Barry Greenberg
at the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
officiate.
The Bar Mitzvah is a 9th grade
student at Miami Beach High
School. He was graduated from
Temple Beth Sholom Hebrew
School and will begin his sopho-
more year at the Central Hebrew-
High School this Fall.
A Kiddush reception in the
Center Dining Hall will follow
the services.
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entertain friends and out-of-town
guests r. their home on Sunday.
August 31st, in honor of the Bar
Mitzvah and their 19tii Wedding
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clockwise Alex Rubin. Louis E. Goldman. Jack B. Spund. Jules P. Chaining. Theodore PrltiS
Harry J. Soaj Looa B. Jacobs, Charles Millman. Ben Klein. Sidney D. Aniin. Max Orovilz. J^I
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Simonhofi ::.:::ri A. Straus. Emil J. Gould. Sidrey I. Bernbaum and Abe Kurman.
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N ted president of the
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in K -pt the
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- I August 31st, at the .; Hebrev Scl I and
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Uh El Academy
lunched Soon
i by local communal lead-
11 lucators, the Beth El
IS',', iv v. ill become a major
I, n the life of Miami," Rab-
I y-ahu T. Swirsky spir-
1 :-ol'the Beth El Con-
|,'; ,. said in a statement
I. (his week.
fec< the announcement of the
E y'S formation, registra-
f is exceeded expectation,
I swirsky indicated, as he
I i that Miami's only all-
f tution will have its Eng-
, .rtment supervised by
fcrHatfifld. principal of the
nar.doah Elementary School.
Hither details regarding the
f|; early this week explam-
ih;'* the Academy's staff will
ude Sheila Ludwig, BE, and
Uliss, BA. for First Grade
kiction. The medical staff
consist of Drs. Charles Ros-
/ and Herbert Fletcher,
cording to Sidney H. Palmer,
lid.-it of the Congregation,
itrxr money nor effort is be-
: 11 renovate all class-
is and to procure the best in
b, quipment."
(1 Zalis. chairman of the
I E ition, indicated in
[ mnouncement that
f : : ilready closed but
I i parents to place
their children on
ting list.
larel Uiaplor
iinisal Party
Casablanca
. t Chapter, B'nai B'rith
,'. n, will hold its An-
Party at the Casa-
p H tel. Miami Beach, be-
I Saturday and ending
I lay, I. ibor Day.
I will begin Saturday
In. i with a Banquet and
| tn be held in the
ol the Casablanca.
Ilowed by a Swim-
> n S iy evening at the
:ia club. i
\ swimming will con-
itivities <>n Monday.
an the Labor Day
ektnd House Party is Lenore
ll PrroidontK* Xi^lii
Past Presidents' Night will
highlight the Dinner Meeting of
Miami Beach Lodge. No. 1591,
B'nai B"rith, on Wednesday ev-
ening, September 10th, 6:30 p.m.,
at the Hibiscus Masonic Lodge
Hall, announced George J. Tal-
ianoff, president, early this week.
Expected to participate in the
program will be George J.* Bert-
man, Walter C Kovner, Harry
Zukernick, Godfrey K. Newman !
and Samuel W. Shapiro, all past I
presidents of Miami Beach Lodge. '
Paul Seiderman is in charge of !
the program.
Klein To i hunt At \orth Shore
Center Receives Flag
Mrs. Sol Coitez presented the !
Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish I
Community Center with a Jew- I
ish flag and pole in memory of
her husband. Sol Cortez. at a i
meeting of the center last Wed- j
nesday.
|bor Day Dance
e Adult Social Group of the
Jew;-!-. Community Cen-
v. 1 h I a Labor Day Dance
t 450 SW 16th Aven-
evening. Unattach-
men, over 28 years
invited.
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Jewish Center during the High
Holy Days, it was announced
t arly this week by A. Louis
Mechlowitz, president.
A lyric tenor and recent grad-
uate of the Cantors' Conservatory
of America, he was admitted to
this school on the sponsorship of
the American Theater Wing upon
his release from the Army. Can-
tor Klein had been a Chaplain's
assistant in Iran.
The Cantor has been heard in
recital in Town Hall, New York,
and served in leading conserva-
tive congregations. He is cur-
rently residing here with his wife,
Adrian, and two children, Frank
and Linda.
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PAGE I'J
;ligious directory
1V/A5 ISRAEL SYNA-
l.jE : i Friday even-
I : 6:45 p.m- Satur-
f ervi< es are sched-
. with Rabbi Isaac
e Weekly Por-
:; iir at 6:15 p.m..
Shalos Seudos.
J-.v will" conclude the Sab-
I rvices are at 8 a.m..
Tat ( 45 p.m.
[;TH EL CONGREGATION
Friday cven.ng serv-
.- ; p.m. Saturday morning
I ,'. hi .'.uled for 8:30
I a cli Theology will be
liii p :: illowed by Mmcha
[i ;,.:: Shalos Studos will
. tl Sabbath.

tlH JACOB CONGREGA-
I :.. Id Friday evening
10 p.m. Saturday
rvi i s will be at 8:30
Mi scheduled for
^H; '1 by Rabbi Mos-
H''.~'. cisi ussion of the
Jkly Daily services
I and at 7 p.m.

JWNTCWN SYNAGOGUE
[l id Fi evening services
J:30 p :: Saturday morning
pees an scheduled for 8:30
.ting Rabbi Arya
lei el, will discuss the
? .-;.-. n. Daily services
[a 8 a : and at 6:30 p.m.
jRevtrend M. Cooper will be
Iti : r High Holy Day serv-
:bp.ew academy win hold
ay evening services at 6:30
Sj day morning services
:< r 9 a.m. Mincha
Greater Miami's
Synagogue Directory
I I'!' I-h< K\. r, I >r-
. '.' :, si Mlam Bi h
Dav.d i M,,x Shapiro,
..'. aw 3rd Ave.,
'' nryahu Bwlreky, Or-
- .'.' 17th Ave., M an I
Jjcoc '. hb Moms Meche!off.
: Wash. Ave M B.
s-ic c m h l.bl Leon Kronlah,
I Ave., M B.
Tfilah |>ai,|,| Joseph Rackov-
' 5 r lid Ac* Ml-
I...
i Gb't rial i Morris 8kop, Ub-
-r A '. C ( ;;.1.>-
fcrlon b>r.-,gogue--'Tthnd. x, i::..
Pv W Miami.
jler.Grar.ma50 NW "1>1 Place.
pew Ac.-demv Rabbi A'x*-<","
v. !>lf> 6th St.. M.B.
peah.Miami Sorinot l:.\. rni
He K nh Ave., Hialeah
ywood !; I.I Ja,.|,b Honlir. Con-
Pli\. i |',,lk St., Hollywood.
elite Center Rabbi Abraham
atlve, "leu sw 24th
M
|th Israel Rabbi Abraham Can-
1*11 Euclid Ave..
|tni Beach I:. 1,1,1 Irvine l^hrman.
r- 1701 Wanh. Ave., M.B.
f Hebrew SchoolKabbi .s.mon
Orthwk.x, 1 lfi sw 12th Ave.,
fi Dao, !:.,!.i,| Harrv Ettinger,
wwryaii 13630 W. Dixie H'.fc-h-
b> Nortl \i ami.
Pn Short Kabbl Mayer Al.ramo-
r" '!'... 620 i.ith St .
I
tBle '" Joseph Nar.it, Re-
i-i St Miami.
|'"h Iteverend (Jeonre
'' N, Miami Ave. Mi-
ll M'frr, Uabbl Alfred W..xman,
Miami.
'" x. 4001 rhaae
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es are at 7:30 am, and I
p.m.

ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 6 p.m.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 8:30 a.m. Rabbi
lAbiaham Sachs will discuss the
Weekly Portion. Mincha will be
at 5:30 p.m., followed by Shalos
; Seudos.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
services at 6:31 p.m. Saturdav
morning services are scheduled
for 9 a.m.. with Rabbi Irving
Lehrman discussing the Weekly
i Portion. The Bar Mitzvah o!
Barry, son of M". a~d Mrs* Syd-
ney J. Greenberg, will take place
at that time. Daily services arc
in the chapel tt 8 a.m.. and ..at
6:45 p.m.

MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL
AND CONGREGATION will hold
Ftiduv evening 'services at 6:15
p.m. Saturday morning services
are schedule.) for 830 a.m.. with
Rabbi Simon April discussing
Sincerity In Prayer. A Class in
Mincha will be held immediately
precedi-g Mmcha. Shalos Seudos
and Maariv.

NORTH SHORE JEWISH
CENTER will hold Friday even-
, ing services at 6:30 p.m. Satur-
! dav morning services are sched-
1 uled for 8:45 a.m. Daily serv-
| ices are at 8 a.m., and at 6:45
p.m.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
1 hold Friday evening services at
[8:15 p.m. Rabbi Leon Kronish
will deliver the sermon. Irving
Robinson will be guest cantor.

TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami
will hold Friday evening serv-
ices it 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Jos-
eph Narot and Cantor Jacob
Eornstein officiating.

TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold Satur-
day morning services at 9 a.m..
with Reveiend George Goldberg
offir-Ptine ?nd discussing the
Weekly Portion.

WEST MIAMI JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday
morning services will be at 9
a.m., with Samuel Richman as-
sisting Rabbi Alfred Waxman
Afternoon services are scheduled
for 5:45 p.m.: and will he fol-
lowed by a talk on Ethics of the
Fathers. Shalos Seudos will con-
clude the Sabbath.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER
will hold Fridav evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m.. with Reverend
Rudolf E. Brill officiating. An
Oneg Shabfcat will follow, honor-
ing Mr. and Mrs. Louis Barrish.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 9 a.m.. at which
time the Bar Mitzvah of Steven,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Ber-
man, will take place.
BSflirfiY %i;mI<-.iiv
Laanehea N<-hol
Wear Thursday
R bbi Alexander s. Gro
al of The Hebrew A< i
' Mia i i ]>,. ach, I ,oun- ,
".'l that th i 1952-1953 Si iooI
Yeai men on Thu
ning, Se] ten ei 4th.
The Hi brew Academy Inclui
from K i m!< rgartei
'mough the 8th Grade, in both
the Hebrew ard English Depart- '
ments.
In launching its sixth year oi
'tiv.ty, Rabbi Gross announced
that th..- Academy will open with
:' r< (.>id c in ,!!,. ,.-. ]].. i,,|,|t.,i
that students will include repre
lion from all sections o! the '
Greater Miarri an a. as weU BS
Coral Gables. South Miami. Hol-
Lvwood, Hialeah and Miami
Shores.
Registration for the Fall Se-
mester is held daily from 9 a.m., '
to 4 p.m., and from 9 a.m.. to 12
noon, on Sundays, at the Acad-
emy office.
Lachs Unveiling
Thl .;.".,
i| th late Cel i
:.....i, formerij 1620 S W. 4th
Street, will tak plai Sunday,
August 31st ;t 12:30 pirn, at the
Bel Tfilal etion of Mt. S nai
i Cemeterj
Rabbi Joseph F.' Racltuvsky off:-
ating. Mrs. Lac !is is su \ ived I y
r hut and, Osias; a son, Louis;
a daughter, Mrs. Rose Berki i tz
and two grandchildren, Arrai gi
ments are .ri charge of Pa,;
Miami Monument Company;
friend- : r.: .i ia.t.ve.s are asked to
be present.
North Shore Lodge
North Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
Wjll held b Social or. Sunday eve-
ring, August 31st. at the Nautilus
H tel, bi n iincc I Mark Silver-
stein, tee, eai ly ti.is week.
Kei.i Elavid Vnsiti
I. Max Eh ipiro will ci n
du | his 20th service, marking his
^dt year in Miami, during the
Holy Days at Congregation
Beth David on the evening of
Septi mber 19th.
ation at the Congrega-
tion's Hebrew and Sunday
Schools, it was announced early
, this week, has been scheduled as
ws:
Sunday School. September 7th.
i 10 a.m.. to 12 noon. Hebrew
School, Tuesday, September 2nd,
from '.i l i 5.30 p.m., continuing
urtil the opening of classes on
I Monday, September 8th.
Nursery School registration
.v:ll be on Sunday, September
7th. from 10 a.m., to 12 noon,
and will also continue through
' .he wck.
Tri Beta Council .
Has Fashion Show
Tij Beta Council, with the co-
operation of the Greater Miami
.)( wish Community Center, will
present its Second Annual Chow
Mein Dinner, Fashion Show and
Dance at the Miami Branch on
Sunday evening. September 7:h.
A kosher Chow Mein dinner
Will be served between 5:30 and
,7:30 p.m. Highlighting the even-
, ing will be a fashion show staged
I hy Edith Applebau.-n and featur-
ing members of the Tri Beta
! Council as models. Theme of the
fashion show will be Back To
; School fashions.
Also on the agenda is a Miss
Typical Teen contest with con-
testants from the various teen-
age clubs competing. Overall
chairman of the affair is Froma
Block. Susan Lapof is chairman
of publicity. Saundra Prince is
, contest chairman, and Beverly
Katims is in charge of ticket
sales.

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Junior ll;nl.iss;ih
Soptembor Affair
The Miami Unit of Junior Ha-
dassah will present a September
Affair at the Spud-Nut Shop in
the American Legion Hall, 303
Alharr.bra Circle. Coral Gables,
on Monday, September 1st, 9
p.m.
Proceeds will be used to sup-
port the Meier Shefeyah Child-
ren's Village in Israel, which is
maintained solely by Junior Ha-
dassah.
Pietrack Appear Sunday-
Jacob Schachter's Yiddish Hour
over s'.ation WMBM, will present
Irving Pietrack on Sunday. Aug-
ust 31st, at 2 p.m. Pietrack and
his orchestra will appear for the
second time in as many weeks,
due to listeners' demand, with a
program of popular and Hebrew
compositions.
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WHi purvhasf accounts re-
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On TV Here
Jay Biuce Hess, 18-vear-old
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. i, v : Btun [ ..
start on Jackie's K ver
ti n WTVJ a t week
T.' yout il n at! n
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Palsy Talent Show
A Talent Shi
of Cen
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p.m., at the Rivii <--
Stars will e L
il. --. Can I Kratish ni Sha n
Diamond. Pr are !or the
! -. tion.
Academy Tickets
A Ticket and Seating Arrange-
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brew Academy daily, from 8:30
a.m.. to 5 p.m.. and from 6 to 7:30
p m. for tre reservation and sale
of High Holy Day ticket--.
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Extends Ha mambtn end friends
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR
We cordially :.-.-..; you to attend High Holy Day Services
c! cur Synagogue
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
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CANTOR MAURICE MAMCHES
WILL CONDUCT THE SERVICES
Assisted by the Beth David Choir
Ur.dr Direction oi Miriam Donnerstag
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 29
19:2
During The Week ... a
By LEO MINDLIN
I See It
ADOLF HITLER: I' |1 V JJ" ..
mv hands some two weeks -
il'rcplete wit tographs i n. bj d.....
camerAriSirSiS2 2 X2U oput.^ 353
Goring. I translated it from the German ."** "W ^ <
r,.y Leader, speak ou! our thanks in words. \S f a.>: f
SJnl thrcughword. our faith an, **** fOU. AJ IhJ
there exists in trunks, love and alowmg cerot .. ... TO"-"*
Leader may be seen todai in hundneas of thou,...- *
fixed eyes. An entire nation. whole pecr.c **" *"*
and fortunate today because It has found ill yM ~......I a Leaaet
hut the porso-.ifirat-.on ot J sav.c-: -
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i.....National Soc.ahs -
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But he is "well aware Of pr.-pacar.da as a social art term and
says rr.v translation i The Leader hitnse.t til ta creafest con-
Mttteur! Such insight on the part of the cr:p?.ea *--P ""J
lies his plea tor ignorance regarding global misinterpretation of
Kan m.-tirations and goals. Further disbelief a rabd on ...e basis
c. this remark: Propaganda Dr. Goeb be Is writes has .ike erery
c:^at art its specially talented people who Mtablufe a KMM.
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lead the world to
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at 50
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Education m^JJ
Flaglcr-Granada Jewish
munity Center held an Fdu,^
al Rally last night
51st Place.
Plans and policy i f the H
and Sunday Schi i ls Were
nounced. Members of thp
included Herman Fi-ldmani
man of the Board of Dpi,',"
Education; Louis SchwarS
director of the Buu-au of 5
Education; Mrs. MalviJ?
Liebnian. principal f thr r
! Beach Elementarv School
I Bernard Welkind, r.cina',
Flagler-Granada Sund
> Dr. Bowman F. A&he seated), president of the Unirersity of
Miami, is presented with a copy of The Troublemakers by Theo-
dore R. Wayne left! and Manuel Lubel. representatives of Coral
Gables Lodge. B'r.ai B'rith. The Troublemakers is the recent re-
port of the Anti-Defamation League, which exposes the forces of
intolerance here.
IN THE MAIL
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r-Grcmada
ling League
rards Trophies
,- Granada Bowling
,, wjl] hold its annual ban-
tn Sundav evening, Septem-
ih 8 p i" at thc D'nner Key
fui'ant. Trophies will be
L ns follows:
tt place: Ralph Lang, cap-
Charles Adelman, Harry
Dave Seld and J. Seigal.
place: Stan Swain, capr
JHtinian Feldman, Sr., A.
|arr] C- Bjiocus.
i place: Sidney Raskin,
I and Milton Korotein.
place: Sidney Stiller, cap-
|c irles Gi>)dm;in, Robert
Hy Covorman. and M.
ndividual averages are:
. 1784; B. Levina, 1712;
L Bernard. 1683.
v winter league starts
jiesday, Srpumber 9th. 9:30
fai the Lucky Strike Alleys.
iiihut (amp
Include* Sojimhi
Summer Home Camp of
: (I ada Jewish Com-
ity Center rnmpleted its sum-
(jessi n with a birthday par-
campers.
klS Pinafore was presented on
Hay evening, Aug. 19th, at
Center before an audience
I 100 pe iple.
ast includt'd-Johnnip Har-
\ rd Dor.nerstcin, Richard
\ li ne Kromklin, Rosalie
-. Lois Seltzer, Roberta Selt-
.; ihnson, Shelly
n Stern, Sandra
i Car Smith, Miriam
ii Lawrence and
i
nee was directed
Cecils Kohn.
.. Irwin Goldhofi
I
i unsellors, who
114 i impers during
. Beverly Yellen,
June Moser, Carol
i Zolth and Hei ry
R >e Strassberg was
i' the i
rth Shore Registration
- ire Jewish Cen-
gistration for its
on September
and 7th, [nstruc-
w School will
t b r 8th. Sur.day
luled to meet Si p-
LEGAL NOTICE
I L\DER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
in lilVEN thai
IllK til PI :.._:. In
' tlliuU 111
" umbei I22U0
thi l*lt) ,.: North
, ;|| |
-Mi the del;. nf the
County, Florida.
'i iml, Florida, thli
i 1
MORE KIMES
' F EV PUBLICATION
r.E. 5IRCu,T COURT OF THE
l,l-TH judicial circuit of
'-OR'DA l\ AND FOR DADE
IN CHANCERY.
No. 152647
'' NAW KiiTZKV,
Plaintiff,
;^ SAW IIOTZKY,
c, ._ I 'efendant.
SUIT for DIVORCE
J.NN \ \ \\\ RtrTZKY
' IU h iRNBI
R'l MANIA
herebj notified that Bill
,;"< roi Divorce han been
you, and you are re-
B copy of \our Ans-
"In* to the lllli of com-
Malntlffi Attorney, anil
na Answer or Pleading
the Clerk of the cli-
before the 21th day
, '''- If you fail to do
lefaull will l. taken
I J>f 'he relief demanded
I .."' complaint.
lid, ":>'l-:ilKI> at Miami.
g. thla 26th .lay of August. AD.
B LEATHERMAN.
erk. Circuit Court,
[hide County, Elorida
>y WM W STOCK I NO
tj clerk
ehsen" s""'
I : Bldg
r"- Florida
I Plaintiff
(lit
!
NTlCE i?OE FICTITIOUS
o-rii-r ,NA,',E LAW
''! i-.ii:inB to engage la
n:\T,' l,r, '''r ''tlll'.UM name of
'I. '., ,V'^r,': LAUNDRO.
I Intnu? ,lh ** v l
I' the -1 L-1"'-'' MM name
I"- c52u;'fp2fk,c*iCourt
JJATJUN S. AARON
JESSIE AARON
J s>".. I ml i",1^u,u
|nil. pu *r<-de Hldg
i,/S-12-l
Roosevelt Temple Has
Season's First Meeting
Under the chairmanship of
most excellent chief Mrs. Lewis
Brooks, Roosevelt Temple No. 33
Pythian Sisters, will hold its first
meeting of the season on Wednes-
day, September 3rd, 8 p.m. at 500
SW 17th Avenue.
Plans will be discussed regard-
ing pledges made to the Cancer
Institute, Heart, Polio Founda-
tion, Lend-A-Hand and other
philanthropic organization.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN COUNTY JUDGE s COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 23597
RE: ESTATE of
CHARLES FELDMAN, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby Riven that I have
find mj final report and petition for
Final Mi-, li.nt, as Executor of the
estate of CHARLES FELI i.M AN. de-
ceased; and that on the :ith dav of
Septembci, 1962, I will apply to the
Honorable W. K BLANTON, Countv
Judge of Hade County, Florida, foi
approval of said final report and for
flnul dlKi-hnrite as Bxeeutor of the
Batata of CHARLES FELDMAN, de-
ceased.
This 22nd dav of August, 1962
1*1 LEON KAPLAN,
as Bxeeutor of the Estate of
CHARLES FELDMAN,
I let-eased
MY Kits, HBIMAN & KAPLAN l
Attorneys for Bxeeutor
S.'.n Seybold HldK..
Miami. Fla.
h'2!* B/&-I2-19
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 28482 A
IN RE ESTATE t)F
OEORQE \V. BLOOMBBRO,
I leceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
to: aii Creditor! and All Paraom
Having Claim.- or Iiemand.i
Asalnat Bald Batate:
You. and each of you, are hereb)
notified ami required to preaent an)
claim* ami demands which yon. oi
either of you, may have again*! the
Batate of GEORGE W BMlDMBERfl
i d, late of I lade i "ountj. Flor-
ida, to the Honorable Count) Judge*
'i Dadc County, and file the same In
offli in Hi.- i"- tini> i !o irthouKe
In i .' le i 'ounty, Florida, ithln
eight calendar montha from ti.- dal
of the lirst |iubl hen Said
rlalma or demanda to ennti In thi
'"^.il addrei : t:..- i nam
be oi n :.. an i |>i nted a afoi e-
saiil. or name \\''\ be barred
I "nted I5Ui da ol Augu t, A D.,
1912,
I'Win M l-.l.' iOMBER'1 and
l: 'BERT I.. BMIOMBERC,
i o-exei utoi s ..: the Estate
of George W, Bloomberg,
decea ed
ROBERT I. BLOOMBERG
Attorney for the Batate
:i b'eyb Id Building
1.1 22-2'.i 5 :
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No. 152039
KITH Cfl.BERSON JOHNSON,
Plaintiff
\
ALEXANDER I JOHNSON,
. i lefendanl
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
p i: An- .in.|.: I. Johnaon
I I Monroe h'treet
Aberdi en, Waahlngton
V. I ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complain I for Divorce
ha-, i.....n filed agalnal you, and you
ire required to nerve a ropy of your
Answer or Pleading to the Bill of
Complain! on the plalntlffa nttorney,
Moi ton Rothenberg, 120 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beai n, Floi Ida, and file the
original Anawer or Pleading In tin-
Office of the Clerk of 'the Circuit
Court. Dade i'ounty, Florida, on or
the 5th day ol September,
1952, otherwise the allegat ..us of the
aid Bill of Complaint will be taken
is confessed by you and judgment
by default will be taken against you
for the relief demanded In the BUI
of I '.....I'1.1 III! .
DONE AND ORDBRED at Miami.
Florida, this 6th day of August, l51.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court
I Seal)
By R. H. RICE. JR.
Deputy Clerk
t v-ir.-22-L'!'
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 151948
SAMUEL HKI.l.KH. Plaintiff.
vs.
Rl'TH HELLER, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Rl'TH HELLER
US Baal Uth Street
Brooklyn 2*, N. T.
You. Rl'TH HELLER, are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has l.een filed against you.
and you are required to serve a copy
of vnur Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney. BEN ESSEN, ESQ.. IB
SevlMdd Bldg.. Miami, Fla., and file
the origiiuil Answer or Pleading In
the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 4th d.i>
of Beptember, 1962 if you fall to do
so, judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the Bill of Complaint.
This notlos shall be published once
e.nh week for four consecutive week!
In THK JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
HONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 4th day of August. A.I).
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal) t
By WM W STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
BEN ESSEN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
2J Seybold Bldg..
Miami. El.i '
8/1-15-22-29
si rNilTICE BY PUBLICATION
> JJimLSiKHU C0U"T OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
.FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
,., No- 152517
ELI II GUILD, Plaintiff.
AGNES GUILD, Defendant,
N SUIT FOR DIVORCE
You, AONBfc GUILD, jtt Eastern
Parkway, Brooklyn 16, New v,k, are
hei.l notified thai a Hill uf Com-
plaint for dlVoroe has been filed a-
galnal you, and you are required t..
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
"!K ,'.'.,,,h" "Ul "' Complainl on the
.'..-",".'"'" :,,,,"nev. Harold Shapiro,
-. Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Floi -
Ida, .ma fu,. the original Answer or
I leading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before
the -mi ,ia> of September, 1962 if
you fail to do so, Judgment by default
will he taken against you for the
relief demanded In the Hill of Com-
plaint
l"'NE AND ORDERfcD ... Miami,
HyM'la, this 25th day of August,
E. p. LEATHERMAN,
clerk, ClrcuM Court
Hade County, Kloiidu
lieu it Court Sea 11
P> G. II HAKDIE.
Deputj Cl.-rk
S/29 /5-12-l
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
JIMMY'S BARBER SHOP, at 180 S
Drive, Miami Springs, Fla., Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dole County,
Elorida.
A HENRY RUSSO
__ ., ANIBAL GARRIDO
STANLEY M PRED
Attorney for Applicants
M4 Seybold Bldg.
8/8-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BASE DRIVE-IN, at I$880 N W 27th
Avenue, Opa Locka, Florida, intends
to legist,-! -aid name with the clerk
of the Circuit Curt of Did, Countv,
Elorida.
SAMUEL POLLACK
Sole owner
Ml IRTI iN P.' ITHENBERG
Attorney for Samuel Pollack
t/8-15-22-29
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 152188
EDSON KARL DO WE
va.
MARGARET DOWB
76SV4 South 20th Street
Newark, New Jsrses
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Margaret Dowe
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Ans-
wer or Pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's Attorney,
STEPHEN F. KESSLER, -2211(1 Wrest
Flagler Street. Miami, Florida, and
file the original Answer or Pleading
In the office of the Clark of the cir-
cuit Court on or before the 12th day
of Septeinliei. 19)52. If you fail to do
so. Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each Week for foul ConSSGUtlVS weeks
in THE JEWISH ELORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 12th day of August, A. D.
1931
B. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
'Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIOE,
Deputy Cl.ik
STEPHEN P. KESSLER
Attorney for Plaintiff
2200 West Flagler street
8/15-22-29 9 S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
!. indi -i- ned, des Ing to engs
-- uinl.-r the floi Itlou
SUPREME SUPER STORE, al IS33
l,i .1. une Road V Gab 1
Intend to .,..... with
the i 'le: k of the C lit C il I '.i le
County, Flo
SAMUEL S SIL\ ERMAN
1-^ rHER SILVERMAN
' -.....
A.Mi IS BENJ \MIN
for Owners
NOTICE i. s.RtDITORS
IN THE COUNT/ JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 28539-A
I:: Re: ESTATE I >F
SAMI 'EL s .-' v 'KS, I i tsed
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing i 'I lima o Dei ndi Aga -
Said Batate:
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to presi nl any
and demands \\ hi. I, "
elthei of you, ma> have against the
estate of S'AMUEL S, SACKS, de-
ceased late '< l >ad. i'., it.i.. Hor-
lda, to the lion W F. BI. INT< 'N,
County Judge of Dade County, and
file the si ne in his offl In the
County ecu i Incise in Dade County,
Floi Ida, Ithln eight cs lendar
from the date of the flral publica-
tion hereof. Said claims or demands
to contain the legal address of the
c.'almant and to be orn to and
presented as aforesaid, oi same will
be tun
Dati August ll. A.D
MAE .1 SELTZER
ADELAIDE CoHEN
As Executrlci of the
ISstate of. and
a- Executrlcei of the Las*
\\ and Testament of
SAMUEL s SACKS,
11... eased.
KOVNER .v MANNHEIMER
Attorne) h foi Exec itrl es
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Horlda
8; 15-22-29 9 5
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
152015
FREDNA LUCILLE REED.
* Plaintiff
vs.
ELY LEE REED. Defendant
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: ELY LEE REED,
Residence unknown.
You are notified hereby, that a
Bill of Complaint for Divorce has
been filed against you In tin- 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 Dad.- Coun-
ty, Florida on or before the Bth day
Of .septeml.ei. 1932, Otherwise til*- Ui
legations of said Bill of Complainl
will be taken as confeased bj
I lated at Miami, Dade 0
Florida thi- Bth day nl August, 19 2
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
1 : of Cli It i .: I
I Court Sea I
By M. C. I'i:
i'.
MANTEL M.BEL
Attorne: fo P Intll
l..t a v era Build
-> N. E. 2nd Ave.
M : F|
- 8-15-:
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
THE LITTLE COPA, at 1ii7 N. E.
79th Street, Miami. Florida. Intend to
i euisi.r said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
SAMUEL F. RIFKIN
LENORE .1. RIFKIN
HI.'TNER A HL'TNER
Attorneys for Applicants
SCO olympia Bldg.
Miami 22, Florida
By BERNARD HI'TNER
8, 22-29 /:.-12
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 50993
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Nathaniel W. Siegel. holder of Little
River Valley lliainage District Tux
Certificates numbered :pl and 121,
dated the 29th day of May. A. I). 150,
has filed sa.d certificates In my of-
fice, and has made application for
tax deed to issue thej'eon in accord-
ance with law. Said certificates em-
brace the following described proper-
ty, situated m Dade County, State of
Florida, to wit:
i.oi 9, Block :. Plnewood Park, A
Sub. Plat Book 6, Page 42, in the
County of Dade, State of Florida,
as embraced in Certificate No SO,
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate issued
was in the name of II. R. Terry.
lA>t 21, Block 2. West Little River
Tract No. 2. A Bab., Plat Book
'Jt. Page 8, ill the County of Da L
State of llorida. a- embraced in
Certificate No. 121. The assess-
ment "f sail property under the
said certificate issued was in the
name of Edwin A. Granath.
Unless said certificates shall be re-
deemed according to law, tax deed
win issue thereon on the 21th day
.if Beptember, A. D. 1952.
Dated thla 19th day of August. A. D.
1952
1: B LEATHEAMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County, Horlda
fClrcult Court Seal)
B) N C. STERRETT,
Deputy Clerk
8 22-2 9 5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I
the leslrlng to engagi
the fictitious na
Hi iME iM \i:i:> SURVEY, al -'
P01 i 1 ; Blvd '" il la
. said name with 1 he
Court of I 'ada
I'
IBERT NKILINGER
Soh
MILTON VI
1 '
i.
H
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LA W
Nl iTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I I
the undei signed
is 1
AKRON FOAM RUBBER PRODUCTS
Co., .1! 1512 N. W. 2nd Avi
ami, ntei registei iid
with th if the 1 ill ol 1 'a i.
"o 11. t y, Flo I
Ml: IRVING K ELTON
,. :. owi
i ;
NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS
NAME LAW
Ni ITICE IS i: I .EN 1
the underslgned
business
I I VSHIONS, 27 N
St., Mini I
said nai he
lit Court of Dadi
PAULINE MILERAT
STANLEY M PR
111orney I \
. 1 Se.....'i Bu Idlnu
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring I" engage in
business under the fictitious name of
EXCEL PRODUCTS, at 249 N. W.
79th Street, Miami, Fla., intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
BERNARD STEINER, Sole owner
MAX R. SILVER
Attorne) for Applicant
922 Seybold Building
Miami 32, Florida
I 1-15-22-29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 152515
TII.I.IE BRAIN. Plaintiff.
\ s
ERNEST BRAI'N, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ERNEST BRAIN
c ., Peck Dental laboratories
Herald Tribune Building
231 West list Street
New York. NY
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you, and you
.11, required to serve a copy of your
I newer- to the Bill of Complaint for
invoice on the plaintiff's attorneys.
GENET >>i GENET, 420 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach. Horlda, and file the
Original Answer ill the Office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore tile 29th day of September, 1952.
or a Deere,- Pro Confesso will be en-
tered against >ou.
DATED: at Miami. Florida this 2.1th
ifav of August. 19.12.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Cleik. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By: O. B. HARDIE.
Deputy Clerk
8/29 9/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
VM'TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
leralgned, 1 engage In
b !. as nder the ii ime of
PALM COURT BEAUTY SALON, .'
311 23rd St., intends to register
said name Ith the Clerk of the Cli -
. i 'oui I of 1 'a le 1 'ounl > P
ROBERT D. WAXI.ER
MYERS. II El MAN a KAPLAN
Attoi nej fo Applicant
Seybold Bldg.
- 22-29 '.' .1-12
iN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 28541-A
In Re: ESTATE IT-
ERANCES RINGER, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Ha\
Ing claims or Demanda Against
said Estate:
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of FRANCES RINGER, de-
ceased late of Miami. Dade County.
Horlda. to the Hon. County Judges
of Dade County, and file the same
in theldPuffices In the County Court-
house In Dade i.cintv. I-101 Ida. with-
in eight calendar months from the
date of the first publication hereof
Said claims or demands to contain
the legal address of the claimant and
to be tworn to and presented as a-
foresald. or same will lie barred. See
Section 120 of the 1H33 Probate Act.
Date August .1th. AD 1962
/a/ WILLIAM PARKER
/a/ DOROTHY PARKER
As Executors of the Last
Will and Testament of
FRANCES RINGER,
Deceased.
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Slo Seybold Bldg.
Miami. Fla.
Attorneys for Executors
^ 1-15-22-M
NOT.CE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 50990
\ n t ha t Na t h a
lei \V. Sii lei '
r \ s..... tiflcate N
t
riled sh Id CertII
mad
tax deed 1 '
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24th lay of Septembei, A D
thla 20th day "f August, A. D.
i: B. LEATHERMAN,
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
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